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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1906
IS II GREAT
THE COPPER QUEEN STORE
THE COPPER QUEEN STORE THE COPPER QUEEN STORE ' JHE COPPiS QUEEN STORE THE COPPER QUEEN STORE
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Opening' of Fashionable ( Fusy Tomorrow
EXQUISITE FURS IN THE OPENING
tertained at Local j Branch.
Stereopticon LetciTre' Very
interesting. ' i
So tost are ,tho activities of tbo Y.
M.,C. A. following one another these
- days 'that the officers and members
are kept busy planning and carrying
them tout. -
'After tho closo of the Association
Conference at Douglas on Friday ov-
onlng four'of tho International secre
. tarles of tho Y. M.- C A. who were In
4 attendance camo to Bisbee. They
f are Mr. Geo. D. McDill, Mr. Bruno
Hobbs. Mr. J. R. Thompson and Mr.
Fred S. Goodman. These men spent
, yesterday in looking over Bisbee and
In conference with the local Associa
Last night Mr. Goodman, who is at
the head of tho Bible 'Study Depart
ment of the International icommltteo
Kao an interesting sercopticon lec
ture to men in he Y. M. C. A. Gjm
iiasluru. Seventy-five views were
thrown on the screen show ins the re
ligious work for men in various parts
of the world. The Bible study classes
in the great shops, in tho army and
navy and in foreign lands ft ere espe
After the lecture about fifty men
gathered in the evening.class' room .of
the Association and an" Informal re
ception was held for the secretaries
present. Mr. J. R. Thompson spoke
pointedly on the Christian man fir
business life. Mr. McDill, of the
railroad department, followed with a
jjhort talk on the Christian man in
fallrolli business, and" Mr. Goodman
briefly outline oi SMt Study Cam
paign of the AB&ociation.
The best treat that has been plann
ed during the visit of the International
Secretaries to Bisbee will come thj
afternoon at 4 o'clocK." Mr. Goodnlan
wlfl then address tne men's mass
njeeUas at t&e Y, LC, A. cajhe sub- j
ject or "Alter Temptation wnai?
Special music has been prepared, con
sisting of vocal and iolin solos. The
singing will be good and cheering. A
special Invitation Is extended to all the
men of Bisbee to be present.
Mr. Goodman is a strong and earn
est speaker, and those who hear him
this afternoon will enjoy a great treat.
At 3:15 this afternoon a meeting will
be held for boys at the Y. M. C. A.
Gymnasium. This meeting wil I be
addressed by Mr. McDill, of the rail
Mr. McDill is one of the most inter
esting men in trie,. Association work,
and has a pleasing manner that will
be sure to 'captivate the boys at this
afternoon's meetingiThe boys of this
Association are looking forward to
this .their first Sunday meeting, with
a great deal of Interest, and no doubt
a large number will be present. The
meeting will not be confined to the
membership alone. All boys of the
clt yare Invited to bepresent.
In the evening, a, union service of All
the churches of the city will be held
in the T. M. C. A. gymnasium at
7:45. Mr. Goodman will also address
this meeting. Special music has been
arranged,, for thia: meeting, also, and
and "the members of alt churches as
well- as, those. -who.. are -not. church
members, are invited to hear Mr.
Goodman's addrcedJat this; lime.
THE DOCTORS AGREE.
Two Physicians Both Agree on the''
. New Scientific Dandruff Treatment.
Dr. J. M. Powell, of Spokane, Wash..
,ays: "Herplcide has given good -satls-iactlon
In my family for dandruff."
' Dr. W. G. Alban. of Walla,. Walfa.
'Wash., ays: "I find Herpfcide all that
Is claimed'' for It 'as a dandruff cure-1
shall prescribe Jt." Dandruff is agerm
disease and you can't, cure it' unless
you kill the dandruff germ; and you
can't do that unless you use Xewbro's
Herpicide, the only preparation in the
world that destroys the parasites. A
delightful haid dressing: alleys itch
ing instantly; makes hair glossy and
soft as silk. It Is a sure dandruff de
stroyer. Sold by leading druggists. .Send 10c.
.in stamps for sample to the HeTpiclde
Co.. Detroit, Michigan.
BISBEE DRUG CO., Special Agent.
Chicago 33; Indiana 8.
, CHICAGO, Oct- 27. Chicago's
t fleet-footed back field ran up a big
score on the Indiana tJnlversity foot
ball eleven at Marshall Field this
i tho Indlaaa'gcu line flvtftimes In the
first halfand fo'uVtlmes In thevW
ond half, while Cuptaln Eckersall
score a.pretty.dTop Wck Xros lhe.43
"yfd!lle: O hi ,Ui V OV-W i
The final count was Chicago 33: In-aaa.Sr-
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Suitable for This Climate
THE NEW FURS HAVE ARRIVED AND GO ON DISLAY TO-MORROW
FOR THE FIRST TIME NONE TOO EARLY EITHER '"AS THE
WEATHER OF THE PAST WEEK WOULD INDICATE OUR FURS
HAVE BEEN SELECTED PRINCIPALLY IN SCARFS, NECKTHROWS,
PELERINE CRAVATS, ETC. SUITABLE FOR-THIS CLIMATE, A NECK
AND SHOULDER PROTECTION BEING ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL
MORNING AND EVENING COME IN AND LOOK THROUGH TO
MORROW OR ANY DAY THIS WEEK.
.am iNeck Furs and. Scarfs
u j r on
., .. r?om.e Interesting , Values From!
, Amongst, the ,NEW Arrivals
Cluster blended mink cravats .-,. . w VM. .v ,.QAjA. 4,t.Y3 ... .1 $2.75
Isabella Pelerines " iv
"- v. , $10.50
i...i...Ji. . $1350
Blended Watermlnk cravat '"..... ?
Electric Chinchilla scarfs
Black Fox boas '.j,...
Russian Mink Pelerines .
Isabella Fox Scarfs ....
A Splendid Showing of New Tailored Suits and- Wraps
More New Arrivals in j&
Women's Tailored Suits
They are totally different
from anything we eer had
before both In tne cut and
stjle and in the trimmings.
And they come at a time
when women are clamoring
for tho new and the differ
ent. You aro always safe to look
for It here.
New , Raincoats for Women
New garments of this sort,
received within tho last
month, are worth a thousand
left oier from last spring.
The 6fes are the latest. The
materials are all new.
A raincoat is made for ser
vice and these are cut with
' but two Ideas protecting a
woman properly and glviug
-her a becoming, tallorlsh ef
$15. .Fitted raincoats the
gores cleverly concealed un
der box pleats, or side pleats.
Starting with the .$22.50
kinds Imported cravenet Is
The $25 model has a, stand-
up close collar and is made
lth a round yoke effect.
There are at least 20 styles
of which we shall not at
tempt to give descriptions I
Some aro in broadcloth oth
ers in mannish cheviots.
weeds, etc. A woman will
find pretty nearly everything
from a shopping suit to a
calling costume among them.
Some beautiful demi-cos-tumes
in broadcloth and oth
er soft finished fabrics from
$35.00 to $55.00.
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The Correct Lengths for Fall
The most popular outer garments for this fall aro three
quarter and seven-enghth length coats, either semi-fitted
or loose mannish effects of broadcloth, cheviot and fancy
mixtures. All of these aro here In an assortment of styles
that will make jour selection easy.
In Broadcloths there are a half-dozen grades of ma
terials, with halffitted or loose backs. Made with notch
?!' 0..C0,,aIe,5'' trimmed with silk velvet and braid
$21.00 to $35.00
In Cheviots, 4G to G2 inch coats, semi-fitted or half-fitted
made with man's shape collar 6f cloth or velvet. $15,
51S.50 and $25.
Jn;LV eU?Vcro are coats made ot English tweeds
and all-wool Scotch homespuns, in stripes, large plaids and
ch?oJf3- Tery coIor combination imaginable. $15, $1730
520.C0 and up to $25. Come tomorrow!
In new 'fMglish.. Mixtures, plaids, stripes, etc. Loose back
models prettily trimmed. $20 to $10.00.
The Latest and Best Suitings
Women insist upon having soft finished materials this
season, and nearly every kind of cloth woven conforms
to this demand.
They can be best described as resembling a soft heavy
cassimere wcavc heavy enough to make a good coat,
jet not so heavy as to make a clumsy skirt. The
Yesterday we secured the best things yet In a lot of weave forms indistinct checks, narrow stripes and mlxt-
foft finished suitings for $1 a jard.
tures. Just the thing for a smart tailored suit
(See display in our north show window) -
Worsted Suitings 50c, 65c and 75c
They come In distinct plaids, stripes and checks and I It is hard for anj body untrained in the dress good3
mostly In gray effects.
world to tell from the expensive $2 and $3 worsteds.
Plaids are almost alwajs serges, and our assortment at
present is amazingly good. This doesn't mean merely
bright tartans and clean-looking shepherd's checks for
the children and school girls though our assortment
of, these Is wonderfully good but a splendid collection
of the smaller plaids and checks which women are
choosing for their own serviceable dark dresses and
It is only when you feel of this cloth rid examine it
sharply that you discover the difference between it and
more expensive qualities.
Blanket Time Now
Sjfmg to the sudden weather changes in this vicinity "preparedness" should be your
Wool is- advancing so are prices elsewhere, but not so here, because of tremendous early
oraerSi , J
Heavily fleeced cotton blankets 65c, 90c, $1.25 and $1.50 pair
Heavy blue wool army blankets $2.50 pair, .
3-4 Wool blankets at $3.25, $3.75, $4.25 and $4.50 - v
White Wool blankets, colored borders $5.00, $7.50, $9.00 and $10.00. ... V.'-'!- -.
Oregon1' blankets 10x4, 12x4 and 14x4, $5.00, $7.50 and $9.00 pair j
"Marysville" colored blankets extra heavy, $10.00 pair. .
"Merino" blankets 12x4 size $11.00 pair - '
"California" Vicuna blankets S1 1.50 pair
California mottled blankets in different weights, extra large size at $10.00, $12.50 and
$16.00 pair. (
Plaid hlankfits. fins soft wnnl rnhee.. hpH cmore atn cc en
Plaid blankets, extra warm and heavy $7.50 the'pa'ir; ' -'
Clothes for Men
THE ONLY THING THAT COUNTS
This Ready to Wear Clothing business has mado won
derful advance in the last few years. It has been a
steady, strong growth not produced by sensation or
Why has it grown?
Because people believe in us because Merit is the
only thing that permanently makes for success.
If a business can hold its old customers and In ad
dition steadily gain new trade, it's an entirely safe
proposition that it Is going ahead evpry year. That's
exactly what we are doing.
The place where so many are satisfied must be a
good place to deal don't you think so?
Fall Suits . , $12 to $40
"""Fall Overcoats . $12 to $35
Hows of KuppnhImr v
Buying Here is Safe
A great feature of this great retail establishment, with its many shop
ping comforts and conveniences, is that bulng here is absolutely safe!
Whether jou do jour shopping hurriedly or do it with care and deliber
ation, there is no chanco of you making a mistake in the quality of' the
goods you purchase.
We will tell you why.ln the first place, after the article purchased has
reached your home you can subject It to the most careful inspection,
you can test It In every way. Look upon It under the blaze of an elec
tric light or tho. light of a lamp. If the article should not come up to
every expectation, if it should not meet every promise made for It, all
you have to do Is to return It to this store and It will be cheerfully ex
changed. There will be no questioning; simply make your request known, hand over
tho goods and you may have new merchandise In exchange.
In fact. It Is our earnest desire to protect our customers In every way.
We have no wish merely to sell goods and reap a temporary profit. We
want every man, woman and child who buys an article in this store, no
matter -what It is, to be' thoroughly' satisfied,' for common sense tells you
that a satisfied customer is the best advertiser that anybody can have.
The thousands of people that wo have satisfied, not only as to quality but
also as to price, -are really the foundation" of this great business edifice.
$5, $6, $7.50 and $8
In Out that's the story in two words of
our less expensive hate.
Tomorrow morning starts with a goodly
supply In the cases have been replenished
with felts, velvets, largo shapes and small
ones. And according to our ruie.no two of
them are alike.
So If you don't find something at first trial
which fits you, don't be discouraged the
chances are that a little patience will se
cure the thing that will really be a soITd
An Exhibit of Children's Millinery.
Chlldren have their share In the new fashions! Thoughtful mothers will
be glad to see what we've been planning for them this fall In .the way ot
sensible hats for school or dress wear Brlng the girls In to see our
smart showing of hats
More & Handsomer
The' illusion- is still that of -elaborate needlework.
Indeed, some of the new Passamenteries are hand
wrought. - If- they aren't: they seem to be. Designs'
with numerous branches as it were. This to give
free scope to the Invention ot the designer.
Passamenteries in all colors and combinations of
colors, blent as are the hues of flowers. The thread
of girt Is much In evidence. Steel and black give
artistic subdued effects.
me black trimmings These ,Large showing of handso
embroidered effects, in ornaments worked out of
braid as adroitly as If they were drawn.
Braids the new radium and other effects. The dV
signs, and widths, and colors seem, countless.
There is nothing new under ffthe- sun In buttons,
bralds'and gimps 'that Is not reflected in some 'prac
tical, beautiful, way.
tButtoBS,'paying large deference to handsome simile
effects, are charming. Indeed, jr
In, are in the warm autumn tints that
help so wonderfully to "cheer up" a
The variety of patterns la" so extensive
that at a moment's notice a color scheme
and design can .be produced to har-
monizo with the general "get up" of any
Prices by the yard are:
Cotton chain wool Ingrains 45c, 55c. 75c,
All Wool ingrains 80c yard
Tapestry Brussels carpet at $1.10 and
Axmlnsters $U5 and $1.50 the yard.
Best body Brussels $1.75 yard
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ROOM SIZE RUGS
$3.50, $4, $5, $6.50 and up to
The modern floor covering7 which eliml
nates dust from your rooms "on account
of how easy It is to clean house. Our
rug department now occupies the entire
rear section of our great second floor,
the stock being almost trebled. In low
price rugs we show some nice patterns
as low as $3.50 and in Brussels we are
offering a special line of 9x12 at $16X0
J Extras in Carpet Store
In the midst of the multitude of beauti
ful carpets and rugs In the Carpet Store
several of the most needed little things
for the home are to be found.
New Waists for
$2.50, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00.
Fashion's Latest Creations Here
With the largest stock and assortment we have ever
shown, with the most beautiful styles, this store
stands ready to'malntaln Its supremacy In thl3 de
partment. Linked with all other advantages are
I tne unmatcnaDiy low prices aaneti uuu uur uunu
r offer of E-nbroidered Linen and Popllnctte Waiits
from $2.50 up is attracting many women who want
practical Fall Waists.
New Lingerie Waists tailored and evening waists at
$3.50, $4X0, $5X0 and up to $15.00.
New Flannel Waists from $3.50 to $7X0
I Smart models in Worsteds and Plaids for street wear.
$6.50, $7.50, $10X0 and 915.00.
Rich Creations In Chiffon, Panama and Veilings from
$10.00 to $37.50. "