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THE BJSBEE DAILY REVIEW. BiSBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1906.
I Brief Giv News i
F. E. Beldon, representing the West
inghouse company ot Los Angeles, ar
rived In the city yesterday morning
and expects to spend several days here
visiting the -different patrons ot the
big electrical supply company.
R. A. Warner, representing a San
Francisco hardware firm was a pas
senger on the outbound train yester
day morning for Douglas where he
will spend the next few days In the in
terests ot his firm.
W. H. Constable, the El Paso com
mission merchant, was a passenger on
the outbound train yesterday, after
noon for Benson.
Seargent Hopkins passed through
the city last evening on the eastlxmnd
train, returning from a ti:p to the
northern part ot the county.
Wm. Shilliam, ot Benson, arrhed
in the city last evening to attend the
Republican nominating convention
which is to be held In this city today.
EL B. Reld, who resigned his posi
tion with the Consolidated Pjrlnting &
Publishing company, was a passenger
on the outbound tram yesterday morn
ing for Douglas.
Sheriff Hunt returned to his home
at the county seat yesterday morning.
P. B. Moson, manager of the Greene
Cattle company, arrived in the city
last evening to be present at the de
liberations of the Republicans today.
G. J. McCabe. arrived in town last
night from his home in the Huachuca
To Whom It May Concern:
This Is to certify that I will not be
rtsponslble for any debts contracted
by my wife, Jane Beers, she having
left my board and bed without cause
or my consent.
R. H. BEERS.
Thatcher, Ariz.. Oct. 8. 130C.
TWO NEW CANDIDATES.
LEAVES FOR CHICAGO.
W. M. Clute, a mining engineer, will
leave this morning for Chicago where
he expects to remain for the next two
or three weeks on mining business.
Its the place to eat The Tombstone
ALERED PAUL A VISITOR.
Alfred Paul, an old time resident of
Bisbeo, but later of Douglas, arrived
last evening and will proceed to the
democratic convention at Tombstone
this morning. Mr. Paul is the unani
mous choice of the Douglas delegation
for the office of supervisor.
Dr. McSwegan has diplomas from
this country and Europe and the medal
of the International Medical Congress.
He cures lung, liver, kidney, blood
and skin diseases and gives free ex
amination at the Letson block.
. REPUBLICAN DELEGATES.
Frank B. Moson, of Hereford, arriv
ed in the city yesterday from Here
ford and will accompany the Blsbec
delegation to the convention at Tomb
stone today. Mr. Moson xepresents
Robert Hennessy of International
Undertaking Parlors has removed
their place of business from the O K.
Block next door to City Hall. Their
telephone No. Is 217.
SENATOR PLATT TO RESIGN.
Reported Domestic Troubles Are
Shattering His Health.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 10. It Is re
iwrted here on authority very close to
Senator Thomas C. Piatt of New York
that he will shortly tender his resig
nation as United States senator, giv
ing as a reason falling health. Re
cent disclosures of his unhappy, do
mestic relations have so worried "him
that his friends express alarm at his
Tombstone Dining Parlors Polite
BROKER GONE; FEAR FOUL PLAY
Police of New York Scour City for
William T. Lacey.
NEW YORK, Oct. 10. The' police
are searching for William T. Lacey, a
broker, who disappeared at noon yes
terday from his home at 114 West
Eighty-fourth streeL A general alarm
has been sent out for the missing
nr.an, and all the hospitals are being
searched for him. The friends who
reported his absence sail that Lacey
hal a large amount of money on his
person at the time of his disappear
ance, and they feared that he had
met with foul play. They have thrown
much mystery around the case, how
ever, atd when they first sought the
aid of the police they asked that the
alarm for the missing man be sent
out In a confidential way.
During the past two Says two new
candidates have appeared in th9 field
for tho office ot County School Super
intendent. They are A. F. Stumpf of
Bisbee and C. A. Taylor of Douglas.
For a time it seemed that this office
v.ould go beggltiz for a candidate, but
at the last moment two democrats
were found who were willing;
Tombstone Dining Parlors Krued
For tho legislature there haveen no
active candidates wiy tho exception
of Nteal Bailey of Naco, who is seek
ing a re-nomination to tho Assembly
where" he'served with honor and dis
tinction two years ago. Mr. Bailey
will be one of the nominees, and we
hear the names of John Slaughter and
Owen Murphy mentioned for the re
maining two places.
HERE IS A 3NAPI
A 2-room house on Laundry Hill for
$250; terms, $30 down and $10 per
month. J. B. THOMPSON CO.
So far there has been no opposition
to Frank Goodbody as Probate Judge
and the indications were last night
that the present incumbent would be
nominated by acclamation.
Bulletins direct from the convention
hall will be posted on the Review
bulletin board during the afternoon.
Eating away from home loses Its
terrors if jou patronize the Tombstone
WILL VISIT SONORA.
E. B. Ried, who has Just resigned
his position as city editor of the Bis
bee Daily Review, will leave in a. few
day? for a visit to various points of
interest in the state, of Sorora, Mexico.
Mr. Reld intendes to take an extensive
trip, and will probably be absent from
the United States for about a year.
IN THE COURTS.
Frank Hawkins, cha-gd with having
burglarized the pawri" shop on Ma:n
street belonging to Bro-vn & Ho.-vitz,
was arraigned before JidKO Murphy
jesterday morning, heird the com
plaint "read, and was notified of bis
rights in the premises. The justice
set the preliminary hea..-in for Sat
urday, October 13, at "i p. in.
ARIZONA WOMAN'S CLUBS.
Arrangements are already being
planned for the meeting of the Arizona
Woman's clubs, which is to be held at
Prescott on three days, beginning Nov.
21st. The railroads have published
a rate good for delegates only, of a
fare and one-fgurth for the round trip
from all points in the territory. The
attendance at the meeting promises to
DIES OF TYPHOID.
Frank Swanson, a miner in tho em-
"O. K." TAILORING,
Perfect Fitting Suits to Order.
Cleaning, Pressing and Repair-
SUTTER &. WULFERT,
O. K. St, Opp. Pythian Castle.
DECKER'S TAILOR SHOP
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing
and Dyeing in all its branches.
Over Turf Saloon.
Phone 185, Main SL Bisbee.
1 RESTAURANT L
CARRETTO & CARRETTO.
9. K K r. K K K K H H . K i
V. FOR SALfE (
. Complete set of Cooper's t
; works, Leatherstocking Tales, v.
K etc. Entirely new, cloth ,blnd-
lvlng. toid titles; 32 volumes; n
will sell for $17.50; cost $2S.00. .
Come quick if you want
Audress, Box 914, City. ?
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Manufacturers of Ice
Electric Lights and
'Phone No, 1 97. OFFICE OPP' DEPOT.
If I I J'
P'oy of tho Copper Quoen company,
died at th-j hospital yesterday morn
ing from a complication of typhoid
fever. Swanson was brought to the
hospital last Thursday, -after hat ing
suffered a week at his home with an
attack of tho fever. He was Jn a
ery weak condition at tho time, on
account of complications which had
arisen, and little hope was enter
tained for his recovery. He came to
Blibee about a year ago ami has been
employed In tho mines ever since.
His relatives live at Rldqeway, Pa.,
and have been communicated with,
but no reply has been received as yet
as to the disposition of the remains.
The body was taken in charge by the
International Undertaking company.
WILL NOT RUN.
T. J. Flannlgan, district attorney of
Cochise county, was in the city yester
day on business connected with his
office. It has been mentioned several
times lately that Flannlgan would
seek a renomlnation, but he stated
yesterday to several of his friends
that he would not be a candidate un
dr any circumstances.
THE COWBOY'S WORK.
A large attendance Is promised at
Red Seeleys cowboy tournament at
Don Luis Sunday. Much Interest is
manifest among all classes of people
In tho sDOrt that it to be furnished by
the cowboys who will try for the prizes
to be offered for roping, tlelng and
btandinc a big herd of calves from the
Jake Shearer ranch in tho Sulphur
Springs Valley. In the life of the cow
toy there is little that furnishes him
the rcreatlon and sport that branuing
calves does. Yet tho work requires
the greatest skill In riding and throw
ing tho riata and there is a keen ri
valry among the boys of the range
when they meet in a calf-branding
contest. The most Interesting feature
of Sunday's contest lies in the brand
ing of the calves. Tho hurry and
fccurry Incidental to building tie fire
for the irons and the placing of the
brand on the calves often causes the
best men to slip up and lose a con
test of this kind. Sunday's contest Is
but the second of its kind that has
been arranged for thi3 section and bids
fair to draw a largo crowd.
HAS DISLOCATED FOOT.
Want and Classified Adds
Dr. Fred Williams was painfully in
jured jc3terday morning while return
Ing from a call on a patient. Ho was
rilling horseback, and had reached a
muddy spot on the brick pavement In
front or the O. K. stables, when his
horse lost Its footing, and fell In such
a way that the doctor's right foot was
caught in the stirrup, and several of
the small bones broken. He was
taken Immediately to the Copper
Queen hospital, and it will probably
be three weeks before he will be able
to use his Injured member.
KKK K n . n n . n . K n
Krofer Has Partner. Otto Kroex
er, tho well known contractor, h
.een Joined in business by E. F. Fish
er, of Toledo, Ohio. Mr. Fisher arriv
ed in Douglas yesterday and will re
main here. The new firm will con
struct tho Gadsden hotel in this city,
for which Mr. Kroecer secured thf
FOR SALE, HOUSES We are start
ing fire new houses on Johnson Ad
dition, 4 rooms, pantry and closets;
see us; on reasonable terms. J. E.
FOR SALE, HOUSES We will only
have a few houses more, on tho easy
payments; these houses will be new
and clean; see us at once; own your
own home. J. E. Thompson Co.
DONT WORRY1 Get the -money 701
seed from Turner, 25 Mala streeV
(Next to English Kitchen.)
OR RENT 2-rooms for light house
keeping. Inquire phone 120, or Mr.
Pritchard of Pritchard, Hagcn Co.
WANTED Clean cotton rags at this
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY Of rent
Ice houses. Also have some snaps
in 'houses and lots, cash and easy
payments. J. E. Thompson Co.
HOTEL LA RITA The best la
Tombstone for the traveling man
Large and cool rooms. Jas. Barren,
FOR RENT Threo furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. 117 School
FOR SALE New 4-room house, $950.
75 Oregon street, Johnson Addition.
FOR RENT Johnson Addition by 11th
3 rooms, Idaho street $17 00
3 rooms, Johnson Ave $18 00
4 rooms, 47 J. E. T. Ave $25 00
C rooms, 21 Johnson Ave $30 00
4 rooms. Tate Hill $25 00
These houses will be empty by 11th.
J. E. Thompson Co.
WANTED Cook at Stag Club.
IP YOU WISH To boy. sell or rent
house, see us. We drive yoa to
the property J. E. Thompson Co.
WANTED Watch repairing; work
guaranteed. Turner, 25 Main St.
FOR RENT 3 rooms, furnished for
light housekeeping; Tombstone
Canyon. Inquire Standard Furniture
FOR SALE One washing machine
wj wringer, .uu; one canon
heating stove with pipe, $4.00; one
3-4 Iron bed -with spring and mat
tress, $10.00. Inquire 90 front or
37 back door. Quality Hill.
BROKE7 See Turner. Money to loon.
25 Main street, next to English
FOR SALE HOUSESlf you have
$200 or $300 cash, and can pay $25
monthly, we can get you a -home;
new, well built and reasonable. J.
F Thompson Co.
FOR RENT 3-room, furnished cot
tage, close to Review. Call at Re
WANTED Room-mate: terms $9.00.
Inquire 11 Knob Hill. J. H. Coles.
"OR SALE Complete new bedroom,
sitting room, dining room and kitch
en furniture in first-class condition.
Apply Bisbee Improvement Co.
THE publishers of Good Housekeepln'
Magazlno want representatUes,
local and to travel. They pay .y
liberal commissions and a1" g.ve
large cash prizes. For ter WTlte,
giving reference ' .. House
keeping . ,.drtnient, Spring
contract three, weeks ago and began
the w ork a w eek ago.
Mai' to Mexico! During tho first
sevfn Oays of October 1740 packages
prssed through the Douglas postofflce
for points In Mexico. If this rate
should e maintained for tho year the
Douglas pobtoffico would handle 103,
66" packages every twelve months.
Durins the same time 99C packages
were rece'd from Mexico, which flg-
urluc as alnve would give a total of
5. 7!.') for th jear.
Died. W. M. Blanton at his resi
dence between Fifteentn auu Six
teenth streets yesterday afternoon at
5 o'clock. The funeral services will
be held at the deceased's residence to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock. The
dpceased -was a member of the I. O.
O. F. lodge and will be buried under
the auspices of that order.
6 Xk). Wallace
Better Values in Men's Clothing
Were Never Offered So Early in
CI3 EA For All Wool and Worsted Suits
MJ.3U Worth $17.50.
These are elegant, neat patterns, fine heavy woolens and fine,
smooth finished worsteds. handsome effects In black and white
mixtures, neat stripes, pleasing plaids and club checks,
single and double breasted styles and all sizes, for the
fall stocks are now complete. These jou would consider splen
did values at the prlceiof $17.50.
flA For Men's Wool Suits, Better
Ul Than Mnst Sllfi.Rn firarles.
These suits thU season's er latest models, in the medium and long
sacks; some with center vents, some without vents and somo
with side vents. New and pleasing colorings and French effects
and. beautiful fine worsteds, perfect fiting, and faultlessly tailor- Z
ed; magnificent suits; wouldbe considered splendid values if sold
at $18.50. J
$17.50 to $35.00
Single breasted novelties that set off an ath
letic figure strong groad shoulders, from
fitting back, and the slight flare to the
side seams, some of which are press
ed, gives a shapeliness that does
not exaggerate the form and adds much
to the extreme smartness of the garment.
The front of the garment possesses a
straight and easy hang, while the back Is ex
quisitely modeled to define perfect form lines.
Tho pressed side semas give the skirt the
graceful and fashionable flare.
7Cr ror Stiff Bosom Shirts, Worth
Ut. lln tn S2.00.
Our prices are unusual at the be
ginning of the season, but wo have de
cided to increase business this season at
the cost of profits. We are still building.
Though many would be satisfied with the
popularity we have attained, we are still
endeavoring to add to the store's enviable
reputa tlon. We strive not alone 'to give the
best values In Bisbee, but the world's best
values and this week shall be made very
Interesting In our shirt section. The values
offered are very desirable, clean, new and
JP. Q. GWYNN CO.
(SUCCESSORS TO H. H. HUNTER & CO.)
CARRY A FULL LINE OF TOILET ARTICLES,
NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES AND BOOKS OF
Prescriptions Carefully and
Free Delivery to Any Part' of the City
Getting All Thaf s Coming to Him
is the happy state of the horse
fed on oats or other grain or
feed. We not only buy and
therefore sell the best in
the market, but we handle
and store it so that it is kept
free from dust and insects
Good thing for your horse,good
thing for you, to get your grain
and feed here.
but between our kind of Jew
elry and the other sort there's a
vast deal of difference, a dif
ference you will appreciate only
when you have looked over my
assortment thoroughly with an
eye to beauty and real worth.
Cheap Jewelry I do not handle.
But genuine gems, gold and, sil
ver ware, cheap for money I ask,
is to be found always here.
Watch, Jewelry repairing and
diamond setting a specialty.
C. IN. HENKEL,
Main Street, Bisbee.
Moore Fuel &
Feed Com pany
Have removed from old
Office, opposite Palace
Stables, to new quarters
On Main Street I
Next to Angius' Store I
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Scstora Packing go.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL'
Cold Air and Storage Meats a Specialty. Wc lay
special stress on accommodating our retail customers.
Markets located at Mesa, Ronqnillo and Chivatera
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