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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1908.
er THE SCO
Now Point of Honor Among the
School Children To Subject
To Ordea! Over One Hun
dred In Two Days.
In accordance with his determina
tion to make a vigorous and thorough
attack on the hold that small pox has
obtained upon Bisbee, City Physician
Williams has been paying particular
attention to the public schools for the
past few days. While the law has al
ways required that parents and guard
ians shall have their children vaccin
ated. It la a well known fact that the
law has never been enforced.
The method which is being pursue 1
by Dr. "Williams, with the assistance
of the teachers, is rather a diplomatic
than a compulsory one. On Monday
the first visit to the schools for the
(3. purpose of vaccinating the pupils was
vf"? made. Contrary to the general expec-
v tation, no one was required to submit
t6 the ordeal, but instead volunteers
were called for. Very much to the
satisfaction of the physician and the
teacher no lees than forty volunteered
to bare their arms and undergo 'the
slight pain that is unavoidable.
The affair was freely discussed on
the play grounds, and it became a gen
eral understanding thai, those who
would not volunteer were lacking in
the necessary courage. The result
was that when the physician called
yesterday there 'were no less than
seventy who offered themselves, and
if these at least sixty were Mexicans,
the last ones it was expected to reach
and whom it was most desirious to
Another visit will be made to the
school this afternoon at 4 o'clock, and
there is little doubt that the physician
will have all the -volunteers to which
ha can attend.
TO CONFER WITH GREENE.
EL. PASO, Jan. 21. H. R. Kicker
son, president of the Sierra Madre
and Pacific, and E. J. Gates, treasurer
of the Sierra Madre Land and Lum
ber company, left Sunday on the pri
vate car Ahumada attached 'to the
Mexican Central train for Chihuahua
where they 1111 hold a conference
with Colonel Greene.
Colonel Greene has been n Madera,
the headquarters of the Sierra Madre
Land and Lumber company, for the
past three weeks, having tiken per
sonal charge of affafnf'of the lumber
company. The resignations of Gener
al Hargraves and a number of his as
sistants have been accepted and the
effect of the colonel's assumption of
direct management Is noticeable on
The No. 1 mill will be completed
and running as soon as machinery
now on the "way- arrives. -Already a
number of contracts have been made
with mining, railroad pn& furniture
companies for this years outpuU
SMELTER BLOWN IN.
The new Imperial smelter, situated
south of Red Rock in Pinal county,
was completed and "blown 4In" this
week, says the FlorenceBlade. This
is one of the most complete and mod
ern smelting plants' in the territory
and is owned by the Imperial Mining
company, the owners of the famous
Silver Belle mines. These mines, for
two years past, have been shipping to
the Copper Queen smelter at Douglas
.about 100 tons per day of high grade
sulphide copper ore. Frank M. Mur
phy, president of'the Santa Fe, Pres
cott and Phoenix railroad, E. B. Gage,
president and general manager of the
Tombstone Consolidated Mines com
pany, D. M. Ferry and company, the
noted seed menand Fairbanks and
company of Chicago, are the controll
ing owners of the property. They al
so own the Poland mines in Yavapai
county, the Congress mine in Marl
copa and all the big mines at Tomb
stone. It is quite probable that they
will treat the ores of all these great
properties at the Imperial smelter as
It Is connected with all of them by
railroad and nearly equal distance
from each, other. This new plant will
also treat custom ores of which there
IS a large amount within convenient
distance of iL The Casa Grande dis
trict lies about thirty miles west of
it and it la only about thirty-five
miles from Florence, across a level
plain to 1L A railroad could .be
graded from here to Red Rock for
$500 per mile and with such a rail
road completed alt the last supply of
smelting ores now In sight in the Su
perior, Mineral Hill, Florence, RIp
sev. Kelvin. Ray. Riverside, Jroy,
Dudleyvllle, Saddle Mountain, Mam
moth and WInkleman districts could
be shipped to the Imperial smelter
at small cost of transportation, hence
there is no reason why the. Imperial
should not be made one of the larg
est and most successful custom plants
In Arizona If the owners should de
sire to take advantage of the oppor
tunity the situation of their plant of
fers for building up a great reduction
and refining business, a Business that
"Nylids larger legitimate profits than
'iia any other branch of industrial en
terprises. Douglas Gets Nowers Stock. The
stock of drugs .which ..was formerly
owned by Mr. Nowers on lower G ave
nue was today purchased' by F. S.
Douglas It was reported on Saturday
that this stock of drugs had been pur
chased by Brown and Whitehead, but
this deal was not completed and this
morning Mr. Hill, the representative
of the Los Angeles board 6f trade,
who had charge of the Nowers store
for the benefit of the creditors, soldi
the stock and fixtures to F. S. Dong
las Mr Donglas stated today that
he had secured the services of a first-;
class druggjrt and prescription man!
and that it was his intention to fit up
a first cJo3s drug store and continue
the business at the old stand. The
bulness Is to be continued under the
name of the "Owl" drug store and it
is to be supplied with a complete
stock In every department. The build
ing occupied by NBwers is owned by
Douglas and Sparks and they were
creditors of the Nowers business. Mr",
Douglas Is one of tie pioneers- of vthe
city and has many friends here" who
will wisM him all kinds of success in
hts new venture. Douglas" Dispatch.
Enthusiastic -Gathering of Vic
torious Reds at Y. M. C. A. .
The younger members of the Y. M.
C. A. had a great time at tha banquet
which was given them last night at
the building ty the management of
the Association cv at least thore
who were Jortunateenous'o. to be on
the winning side in the recent con
test which has been under way among
the Juniors for, some time.
As In the more generally known
contest among the older members
tha Reds came off the field victorijus.
The contest among the Juniors closed
on the 11th of the present month,
and was won by the narrow margin cf'
four points. The banquet last night
was in celebration of the victory, and
was a very lively affair from start to
finish, in which cheering, hand clap
ping -and college yells took a promi
nent part. Physical Director Hunt
ington acted as toastma-jter, and. af
ter the toasts Secretary Bucmyjr,
made a rousing address that cMW
forth general applause. -
While not on so large a scale :ih
tha contest among the older mem
bers the junior contest) excitei keen
interest among the younger members,
and has been a great help to both
them and tha Association, and all in
terests are thoroughly satisfied with
the "result. About twenty-flva attend
ed the affair.
NEG.R0 HANGED, BUT
RESCUED IN TIME
fOfficers and Citizens Foil An
DOTHAN, Ala., Jan. 21. The ne
gro, Franklin, who last night was
taken from Sheriff Butler and his dep
uties and hanged to a tree, is again in
the hands of the law, and stands a
chance for recovery. The mob last
night was so closely followed by the
officers and law-abiding citizens, deter
mined, if possible, to avoid a lynching,
that it did not havettae to get the
victim outside the corporate limits,
and hurriedly stringing him up to the
first tree and thinking they had riddled
him with bullets, fled. On the arrival
of the officers the negro was still,alive,
and was immediately cut down and
placed in the county Jail. It is said
ha ill recover.
LONG TIME PARTNERS
ARE FOUND MURERED
Califoma Crime That Puzzles
WEAVERVILLE. Calif.. Jan. 21.
Joseph Bebeau and' Fred Holmes were
found murdered this morning in their
ranch home on Salt Creek, three miles
from Hayfork. One was shot in the
head, the other in the breast. There
is no clue to the murderer. Robbery
was not the purpose, for nearly $100
was left untouched on the table. It is
believed the tragedy occurred Friday.
Bebeau and Holmes lived together
twentjvfive years. Holmes working for
Bebeau. Both were pioneers of Trinity
kcounty. Neither drank, and they were
never Known to nave nad a quarrel
between themselves or anybody else.
ARE HAVING CONFLICT
Disagree Over Naval Officer
With Evans Fleet.
ST. PETERSBURG. Jan. 21. The
conflict which has arisen between the
Russian ministry of foreign affairs and
the admiralty, regarding the alleged
efforts of Commander Diatchkoft to
secure permission to accompany the
American fleet on the voyage to the
Pacific, has aroused much comment
here, over the fact that the officer was
the only one permitted to accompany
the fleet, but chiefly as evidence of
discords prevailing between the two
Publication of the correspondence
In the afftir is regarded at the foreign
office as grave indiscretion, tending to
discredit Russia ndiplomacy in the
ejes of the 'world. There are indica
tions that important persons are back
of the campaign being conducted by
the Novoe Vremja, as only the high
est officials of the two ministries con
cerned were cognizant of the Incident.
CANADIANS TO BLAME
FOR JAPANESE INFLUX
Big'Corporations Asked Tokio
To Send Labor Along.
OTTAWA. Ont, Jan. 21. The re
port of W. L. Mackenzie King, royal
commissioner appointed' to inquire in
to the influx of Oriental labor to Can
ada, presented to parliament this even
ing his report. He established that
the Japanese government had been
observing the agreement to restrict
Immigration, and that the departure
of the Japaneseforeign office in April
from regulations hitherto in force was
mad only at the request of the Ca
nadian Steamship Company, backed
by the Canadian Pacific Railroad and
other influential -Canadian Interests,
which represented at Tokio that Jap
anese labor was needed and desired in
If there was a change, says King, in
the riollcy of Japan, it was not one
that could adversely affect- the Inter
est of the nuntry without Canadian
cltlzensjor Oinadlan corporations first
placing upon it the seal of approval.
STEAMER BRINGS SMALLPOX,
VICTORIA, Jan. 21. The steamer
Belloppbon cf the Blue Funnel Una,
reached uar-mtlne this afternoon from
Liverpool. la the Orient, with five
cases of smallgox on board. The
steamer has been quarantined. The
-victims are all white, members of the
FRISCO'S BOND ISSUE,
SAN FRANCISCO. Jas. 21. The
first tep in the iond faette of $3fy
090,900, fori- temtttiG fmKie? fceeeaa
ties was taka by the' board of super
visors today, when it passed to Hip
point of u declaratory ordlaanee.
New Wagon Will At Last Start
For Bisbee Road Up Chi
huahua Hill Wanted To
Besides the attempts they are mak
ing to Improve the servlceof the fire
department by building additional
tanks with proceeds from balls and
other entertainments, the firemen of
the city are at the same time paying
due attention to every other need of
the -department. At the meeting of
Company No. 2, which, was held Mon
day night, the question of opening a
road through Chihuahua Hill was
taken up and discussed from every
standpolnL The co-operation of the
city council will bo asked, and the
property owners will be consulted as
ip whether or not they are willing to
donate a sufficient amount of property
along1 the proposed route to enable
the city to build this much needed
highway, it l highly Important, both
for the protection of the property on
the hill, and that of the business sec
tion of the c'ty. that a means of ready
access to all parts of the hill in case
of fire be afforded.
In regard to the wagon, of which so
much has been said and nothing seen.
Chief Henkel is In receipt of a letter
from the company which Is construct
ing it, stating that the wagon has been
built and that they are now only wait
ing for the paint and varnish to dry
before they ship it It is therefore'ex
pected that the wagon will be loaded
for shipment by the latter part of the
present week at the latest By the
time the wagon has arrived a man
will be on the ground ready to at-once
put the horses in training for respond
ing promptly and obedietly to alarms.
Arrangements have been made with
a man 'who is thoroughly familiar with
this class of work and the horses are
expected to be as well trained as those
?n an' of the larger cities.
At the meeting of the company
n,bove referred to, the coming mas
querade ball that is to be given by
tie firemen was fully discussed and
additional plans laid that will assist
in making a success of the occasion.
A joint meeting of the two compa
nies of the city will be held on the
evening of the last Thursday in the
present month, at which time there
are many important questions to come
up for consideration.
FOUR ARE INJURED
IN AMMONIA EXPLOSION
Tank Blows Up and Causes
Loss of $30,000.
GREEXSBURG. PaJan. 21 Four
men were Injured, two seriously, and
damage amounting to $30,000 was
done when a large amonla tank under
the pavement of the Hotel pappe, ex
ploded today The pavement was
wrecked foKa distance of fifty feet
The front, wall of the drug store
adjoining the iiotel was torn down and
windows shattered for a block. The
loud report caused a panic among the
guests of the hotel.
TAKEN IN NEW YORK
May Explain Where Revolu
tionists Get iheir Funds
NEW YORK, Jan. 21. Inside light
on the financing of the Haytien revo
lution, now ia progress, is likely to be
unfolded as the result of the arrest
of Joseph Girodean, who was taken in
to custody today by secret service men
and arraigned, charged with counter
feiting the paper currency of the Hay
tien government The arrest was ef
fected under the personal direction of
Chief Wilkie of the secret service
bureau. It is said that there is more
behind the arrest than the allegation
of counterfeiting. Giordaln pleaded
not guilty ami is held In 575,000 bond
COURT MARTIAL HALTED,
DETROIT, Mich., Jan. 21. A tel
egram from the war department at
Washington brought to an abrupt
halt the court martial at Fort Wayne,
of Lieut Russell F. Hazzard, Seventh
Infantry, charged with embezzlement
and forgery. The telegram saltr the
war department had received infor
mation that Hazzard was mentally in
competent and that more timp would
be allowed -for the .preparation of his
FIRE DEPARTMENT DANCE.
Member of the Douglas fire depart
ment will give a dance in the Orphenm
theater Saturday evening. Rudolph's
orchestra will furnish the music and
every effort will be made by the boys
to see that all visitors enjoy the even
ing. The committee on arrangements
appointed at the last meeting of the
boys, consists of Messrs. 3. G. Dowell,
Jean Igo, Harvey Johnson, George
Hill and Omar Phelan. The proceeds
cf the dance will go to the department
treasury. Dancing will begin at 9
o'clock and a program of twenty num
bers will be carried out. Douglas Dis
RELIEVED OF ARSENAL.
Bill Sparks, a colored gentleman,
whose residence is afL&gana- Dam,
was rounded up ia Tamyesterday
afternoon "by Ranger Wheeler,ani re
lieved of a rifle, an ample supply pf
ammunition, two business looking
knives and $43.25, The temporary
appropriation of theso articles, how
ever, was merely incidental to the
arrest of the negro, who was sus
pected of being on the warpath.
Earlier in the day Sparks bad eld
the Ranger that he broagfct fee gun
to town to have the sights fixed, but
as it was known that b& bleed ex
isted between him and another negro,
he was closely watched, and was not
detected ia tie making of a asove
toward getting his sights fixed. So
scenting a "nigger In the woodpile,"
the Ranger took time by the forelock.
MY Of SHEEPMEN
NEAR DEAD III
Trouble Expected When- Flock
of 20,000 Reaches "Hole
In the Wall." '
GRAND JUNCTION. Col, Jan. 21.
The army of Montrose sheepmen,
with flocks numbering 20,000, broke
tamp ai aawn yesterday morning and
ien ior tne Utah line, making two
mues a day. They were In camp last
night af Bovinla In hostile territory,
hut no trouble is feared on account
of the 200 armed guards scattered Tor
mllea about the stocld
They erected a monument of bould
ers and dirt on the spot where Peter
Swanson a sheep herder, was mur
dered a few .months ago. On the
shaft they posted a notice that 'the
reward 6f $2,000 was raised to $10,
000,; Wr the capture of his slayer.
The sheeD will us near Furlts to.
day and topight. They took five
uwu.0 w ifJ3 rt I'U) JUlUb UU ICT&T
Cattlemen west of the city are re
fusing to sell the sheepmen any
A clash Is feared In Utah, as the
marchers must cross the dead-line of
the notorious Hole-In-the-Wall gang
of cattlemen, who in the past have
slain many sheepmen and slaughtered
WETMORE GETS PLUM.
PROVIDENCE, R. I.. Jan. 21. For
mer United States Senator George
Peabody Wetmore was elected to the
United States senate on the first bal
lot cast by both branches of the as
sembly here today.
ARRESTED, TAKES MORPHINE.
CLEVELAND, Jan. 21. John M.
Batchert, president of the Reliance
Oil & Grease Company, under arrest
on the charge of using the malls to de
fraud, swallowed morphine today and
probably will die.
OPEN LAMP CAUSED IT.
GREENSBURG, Pa., Jan. 21. The
erdlct of the coroner's jury which In
vestigated the Darr coal mine explo
sion was returned tonight, exonerat
ing the Pittsburg Coal Coampany and
attributing the explosion to tie use of
an open lamp.
EXPLOSION ON FRECH SHIP.
PARIS, Jan.. 21. A' .special from
Toulon to the journal sasthat forty
seen milometers jOfr-povjder exploded
on board the French armored cruiser
Victor Hugo during p'ractUe. Consid
erable damage was done, but no one
was Injured. -
The Hotel Man Turned His Court Ex
perience to Account.
A Mlssou-l Ju'dge'lravcfing on cir
cuit, once had before him In a mpmiI
country town J case. In which a tavern
keeper was held for llie payment of :
large amount of money which be ii.i.l
not jgreed definitely to pjy. The co'irt
declared that, although his Kn;emeni
was not on record. It was imoiwii in
construction or Implied In hN pirtict.
patlon in a business jji-ocoitilu,; con
nected witli It. ' '
After Judgment hail tieen rendered
the court adjourned Tor 'dinner. sMiu
the Judge found th.it the only ttitjua
house In the place was the iuu ty'pt b
the defendant In the c.ise lie luil Jn-,1
decided. lie also found that the de
fendant personally snporlntcntled th
preparation of the mejls and that tlip
food was charged for on the EuroiK-iD
The judge called for two boiled eggs.
which, with the other food he ordered,
were brought to him ilone to a turn
He ate them, and at the end of the
meal the bill was presented to him.
He was astonished to read on it the
following items: Two boiled eggs. 15
cents; two chickens at 75 cents. $1.50.
Calling the proprietor, he asked
"How's this? I've had no chickens
Why do you charge me for them?"
'vThose are constructive chickens,
your honor," answered the Innkeeper.
"Why, they are Implied In the eggs
you know," the man persisted.
His honor began to understand and
said no more. New York Times.
CUPID AT THE BAR.
Why the Loving Maiden Posed as a
"If yonere- a a Jury, Clara," said
the embdrra-sed young lawyer hesi
tatingly. "I could plead my cause with
more self possession. But in Cnpld.
courts I don't think t can claim to be
a first class advocate."
"Perhaps- you hffte not .had an ex
tensive practice. William," suggested
the maiden softly.
"That's It exactly, Clara." eagerly
rejoined the ybung man, moving his
chair a little nearer. Tm a new hand
at this business. But 1VI felt sure the
Tes wasn't prejudiced against ttKs
"What kind of jnry are you considering-
me. William?' she asked. witJ
downcast eyes, '
"A common Jury, ot course. You
couldn't bs a grand Jury, yon know."
"Because I don't picad tofore Kranil
"I thlakv William," said the Muslims
maiden,- "I would, rather; or this occa
sion, be. consltlered'a grand Jury. i(
Fyon don'f mina." '
"Because" And she hIJ. her far
somewhere in the vicinity of hi coat
collar "because- I have found a lru
High School Teacher Sometimes
yoa appear reaHr teaaly a some
times too are qte ffemiaR
hereditary I sappoee;, Qw?pt
my ancestors were sales aad,tte eth
er half females. School Beard Jcwr-
Miners' and Merchants' Bank
UrC. SHATTUCK, President,
J. M. MUHEIM. Vice PreaidenL
J. H. HOOD, Cashier.
E. V. SPIERS Asst Cashier.
C. A. BENNETT, Hr. Lowell Branch.
Actors Hav Been Known to Die Frotr
Perhaps the most terrible malady
which can attack the actor In the
course of his performance In the pe
culiar disease known as stage fright.
Throughlts.evil effects strong men and
women have been known to faint,
break down and do many other queer
things, and there are even on record
several cases of people who have died
through tills horrible seizure.
Some years ago' a young novice who
was to appear for the first time ar
rived at the theater very white and
shaky. Brandy being given him, he
appeared slightly better, bnt no sooner
had he set his foot on the stage than
he clapped his hand to bis heart, with
a low cry, and fell down dead. TIk
overwhelming sensation Induced bj
stage fright had attacked his heart
and his theatrical career ended thci
even at Its beginning.
Quite ns ghastly was the case of the
.young amateur actress who. strangely
(enough, had never experienced stage
irignt wnen piaying wun uer ieuow
amateursbut who was seized with the
attack on making her first professional
appearance. She went through the
scene aided by the prompter, her eyes
glazed, her hands rigid, and when the
exit came it proved her exit from life's
stage as well as the mimic boards, for
she staggered to her dressing room and
fell into a comatose state, from which
she never recovered.
TVrhnna hnwnrr. h mnsf rwuMlllflr
Instance of all was that of the veteran!
performer who had gone through thirty
years of stage work without experienc
ing this malady. One night, however,
he confided to a fellow player that a
quite unaccountable nervousness had
suddenly taken hold of him and that he
did not think he could ever act again.
His comrade laughed at the notion
and urged him to go on, as usual, but
his astonishment may well be conced
ed when the poor old player went on
the stage and, after making several
vain efforts to speak, fell back and ex
pired. The doctor who made the post
mortem examination stated that death
was due to failure of the heart's action
evidently induced by the presence of
an attack of stage fright. Pearson's
Mermaids and Mermen.
Not many generations ago mermaids
and mermen were believed in implicit
ly. Says the Aberd en Almanac of
New Prognostications For the Year
1CSS: "To conclude for this year 1CS&
Near theplace where the famous Dee
payeth his Tribute to the German
ocean, if curious observers of wonder
ful things In nature will be pleased
thither to resort the 1, 13 and 29 of
May and In divers other times in the
ensuing summer, as also in the harvest
time, to the 7 and 14 October, they
will undoubtedly see a pretty company
of mar maids, creatures of admirable
beauty and likewise hear their charm
ing sweet melodious voices
"In well tun'd measures and harmonious
Extol their maker and his txmnty praise.
That godly honest men. in everything.
In quiet peace may 'live, God sav the
Heaving the Log.
Heaiing the log is one of those pic
turesque sea expressions with which
all landsmen are acquainted, though
probably few could explain the exact
process. The "log" is a quadrant shap
ed piece of wood loaded with lead at
the curve. The line to l which it is at
tached Is 120 fathoms long and Is di
vided by knots Into equal distances of
forty-seven feet each. These distances
are the same fraction of a nautical
mile (a knot) as twenty-eight seconds
Is of one hour. Consequently the num
ber of knots that slip off the reel In
twenty-eight seconds after the "Jog" Is
In the water la the speed per hour that
the ship Is making. SL James Ga
Extracts from Miss Evergreen's tl!a
"This is mjr eighth birthday. A new
brother cameT His name will be Frlti
"Fritz is twenty years old today-Just
a year younger than I. People always
take us lor twins.
"Fritz will be thirty years old tomor
row. bis wedding day. ,How the time
does fly! Of course- ho is eight years
my senior and used to carry me about
when I was a baby; still it seems
strange to think of the boy getting
married." Fiiegende Blatter.
The Last of the Plagues.
One by one the plagues of Egypt are
being abolished by science. The frogs
were abolished long ago by the drain
tile. Th? fleas are checked fiy Insect
powder, ami the darkness that could
be felt has melted uway before the arc
feht The sixth plague still remains
In full glory. The fly Is always with
ns. The great Dr. Radcliffo used to
declare that the three worst annoy
ances of life were smoke, files and lr
relevant questions. Collier's Weekly.
Wanted to Be Posted.
Restaurant Patron I see that yen
have on the bill of fare "assorted pies."
Walter Tea. sir. Rest&arant Patron
Well, the lost time I was here I found
a nail la a pieee of pie; and. the time
before, it w-sa a collar button. What
kifid ot an assortment have yon got
BRANCH AT LOWELL, ARIZ.
SURPLUS .. .. .' $50,000.00
L. C. SHATTUCK,
U J. OVERLOOK.
J. T. HOOD,
J. M. MUHEIM.
to .do anything in
(THE ONE PRICE STORE.)
We carry the test line of Mn
A Call will
- MAIN STREET.
wary Clean Up Sale
vur Space Clo'sely for Real Bargains.
F-Ktii MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY we offer ALL
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR AT 1-3 OFF.
F0RTHE ENTIRE WEEK
ALL WAISTS, both SILK and WASH WAISTS
AT 1-3 REDUCTION.
OUR ENTIRE LINE
AT JUST 1
SUITS 1-3 OFF ON ALL SUITS
This includes our ENTIRE LINE OF LADIES' SUITS.
These prices should comend your closest atten
tion, being made on strictly High Class Merchandise.
January Clearance Sale
This GREAT SALE5s now in Full Swing. Every Department in the
Store Participates. Note the Sweeping Character of the Prices Be
low They are Indeed Worth Considering. They Mean Considerable
Savings to EVERY PERSON who takes advantage of them. We say
nothing of the QUALITY of the GOODS You Know the Kind of
Merchandise we handle It is Guaranteed Always During This Sale
as at All Other Times.
One.thlrd Oft Corset Sale, a good
time to fill all corset wants; all
new models offered at uniform 're
duction of 33 1-3 per cent less than
regular; white and colors.
?L50 Corsets Sale price gl QQ
75c Corsets Sale price... V.CQq
Sale ot Wool Waists; made of
Mohair and novelty fabrics, black,
white and all colors; this Is a little
lot ofseasonajb!e Waists that we
have picked up for little money;
regular prices are $2.00 and $2.50.
Sale-price M 45
The Miner's Store
I. , ,
Enrique Hijar y Hare
Civil andjainlnn Engineer for Mexico. The Mexican Englm.
American! In Mexico, becauca ha ic petted, thoroughly, In ii- tin
guagea and laws, custom and way of both Republics.
GRADUATE OF THE CITY OF MEXICO.
pe!altl: Acquiring and Keoawlng cf Public Lands and vin(ni
Claim. Beat of referancaa.
HOTEL WOODWARD. MOCTEZUMA, 80NORA, MEXICO
the Banking line
Wear that can be found in t. e city.
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- 2 PRICE.
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Skirts! SkirtsIJ Skirts!!!
Made of Mohair, Panamas, Chif
fon, broadcloths and voiles; reg
ular prices were $6.09 to $10.00
Bale price $4.95
pne lot of Ladies' trimmed Hats
they are beauties, values up to $9.
On sale now "at" CM CQ
Ladies' Fancy Japanese Kimonos,
satin trimmed, long and short
On sale now CM qk
On sale now 1 IK
for pleasure, the place to get a rig
which will suit you In every respect
Is the Palace Livery Stable, There
are to be found stylish, up-to-date
Turnouts, Splck-and-Span Hunt
which can make good time. Ittost
anything ycu want In road wagons,
etc., to hire by the hour, day or
Palace Livery Stable
BOWEN & HUBBARD.
'Phone Skldoo 23.