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.THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1909.
,Only Two More Days of
at these Special Prices
S30 to 835 Suitings
MADE TO ORDER
836.50 to S4CT Suitings
MADE TO ORDER
842.50 to 850 Suitings Q'J (
MADE TO ORDER O I .0J
BIG SUTRO TUNNEL
CATCHES FIRE INSIDE
THE NATIONAL GIUROi
AND GLOBE TROUBLE
Men Overcome As They Fight Territorial Malitia Advised To
Way To Flames Blaze
Be Ready If Called
Important Functionary en Mer
chant Vessels Is the Cook.
Tbero is one functionary on mer
chant easels of all kinds who has
very much moro to do with the "peace
nnd dignity" of the floating common
wealth thau shore folks usually Imag
ine. I refer to the cook, who is some
times called the "doctor." Why he Is
given this cognomen Is not altogether
plain, for his handiwork fcMoik has
any therapeutic value and in the past,
at lenst, has had much to do vlth
sending poor rallorraeii to a doctor. If
not to Davy Jones locker. In fact.
Uicro was a lime in nautical history
vvbeu the presiding genius of the gal
ley was lu tuch had repute that to
call a man a "son of a sea cook" was
a. most opprobrious epithet and one
Order Today for Febru
TAILORS TO MEN WHO KNOW
VIKG1NIA CIT1. N.'V. Jan. 2!.. At (Phounlx Uazettv 1
about 7 o'clock lao. evening tiro was) liota tho local cempuules of tint un
discovered lu tho Suiro tunnel at u tional guard Save been ordered to hold
point 3500 feet frcm tho Wnrd shaft, themselves In readings to bo in
nnd four miles rroui tho mouth of tho (;iobo at an hour's notice should con
tunnel. An alarm was given and men dlllons rt that camp btcomo m se
rushed from all quarters, to fight tho i0us as to require tho presence 01
names. Tho fire was at tho C. & C. troops, and the captains of the other
Juuctlon from which tho tunnels run companies tbrouraout tho territory
in various uirecuuus iu wmiiiti nun i.aiv been notlfled that tho call to i tint would Do emphatically rescntcj
other mines. The tanoke prevented arms may como at anyt moment. In those dajs (and to some extent to-
.... n'V.a.r.r...":,..! '" ."W"". Governor Pag day) the cook was covertly despised
.. r. " ""- -- , r.-ceneu a iciegrani-frotu uiobo to the
combination shaft and tho fo of t.ffect that ,here , aIire!wlwJon ol
imoi. s were taken In from tlio butro. tloub!o and thal ,t becomo twees-
After an all nlgnt battle tho men a:y for tho lnlnt) , anJ cu.
wero ablo to set within a hundred lell, ct ljat )aet, , tho
fret of the firo on the cast sldo and territor'al -nllltia for protection. Mr
the blaio was held at tho Comblna- iso Immediately notified Colone.
tlon drift, boveral miners were over- coKKlns. who called at tho armory
como by smoke. ' about nine o'clock to Inform tho nrem-
tno nro is unuor control, ueiweou btrs ot company JJ that thoy might granted suth privileges as "hanging
six hundred aid seven hundred feet bo called to the front. The officers of out" In tho galley w hen rough weather
rL, MnHHi .nfn.n? C PMr A wero alo notified and tel- at night made the watch on deck
be" rcnXo Tin n few s The f?n" ""' to th smtcfal for such shelter. In other
mater Is Mowing freely through the . ?. "f,", ."? . tee,. In good graces of his culinary
slulco boxes ,.. .',", ' ".'V A,Ci".. " "!., majesty, who frequently was a moro
,.-... H-v.. ..uuutu u. UIUUC. 0.1-U ... . ........
Colonel Cogsfna thU morning. "It is
bv in means certain that tno militia
will bo called out and wo sincerely
hcio thai conditions will not becomo
such as to m.iko It necessary to uso
force. If It I necessary for tho X.
G A. to tura out, .lowovcr. wo aro
Colonel JlcCllntock of tho Flrbt In-i
'fokmTl B0UGHT 0FF THE BURGLAR
to LiIoIm;. He Is Intimately acquainted
b the occupnnts loth of .the forecastle
and the cabin, though the men "for
rard" outwardly professed affection
(or him and apparently were never so
happy as when they could wash his
clothes or do him various other favors,
with the hope of getting sundry "leav
In'w" from the cabin tablo or being
I The men who were overcome by
tmoke. revived after a ftvv hourt. The
damage Is not great.
COPPER, STEEL AND IRON'
I HAVE SAGGING TENDENCY
I NEW YOIIK, Jan. 28. The block
market today again demonstrated tho
narrow professional rulo Into which
It ha? fallen. Thero was little trace
of an thing bejond a reversal ot jes-
terda s operations. Traders who
powerful ienon In some respects than
the "old man" himself. It Is almost
needless to ndd that the more skilled
as a cook the cook was tho more pro
found was bis influence both fore and
nft. Itut ho wasn't often uiuob In the
way of skill, all tho same. Shipping
with tao imputation of that placo and An old
Danker' Bargain With
;.,, i:wu. '"" "uo Mteii thai If ih. m rtnt. .hv ! Unweleomo Visitor.
S?riJ?LoKB - by tho' "William nslow Sherman, the old
trarv as to direction to that of jos-l AniiT,ra.n' Ww and Cornish miner?, banker, had the coolest nerve of any
tenfaj The reactionary tendency of maiiJ of """J419 lived there maay man I know." said a man who knew
.New York Central had effect on tho , ' Ti , ,. ...,.....,:, " . U1,IU SC,B1P cars aB- ucl' ""cr-
;: . . " "" '" ",a 'Bn"..iuv ,nan WTaS nn oW uja,, an1 partially
- u..Mu.M.bM rr nnll r.T- n-iciin tT - Tf.ll fiv.,., m
horse, he Ptitrml his Iedroom late at
Yakama Count In tt Stato of
WaahinKton"lll make a .fine mhlblt
of apples at the Alaska-Yukon-lacific
Kvposition In SUtIo a 1&09. The
apples ara tho umo variet that Jas.
J Hill benoS, the King and Quwn of
Kngiaad every yoar.
Tho Callfcrnla. promotion commit
teo will run an excursion to the
Alaska-YukDc-licIfic ExiKsitIoa on
June 1, 190?, after wilch the mem
hera will vjxplolt th' fair to ineouragf
wholo llsL ax it Droved much that hnd
been reported. Prospects for iron and
steel products Is gloom and bad ;
depressing effect upon tho whole mar
The prico of copper showed iht
shtent sagging temlenc. llouds wero
Sintom1in 1 10fl"J u 111 K r"rllfM
nia da- at the Alabka-Yukon-l'jciflc fic-,11rS: Vnlon ,,acJfic- " IS; U. S.
ExDOsltion. Tho ume flawin bo i,tce1' - "-s; lT- s- Steer IreferroI,
Exposition. Tho tame aayvnn bo
chsoned as. San Francisco day. This
will bo ihoCanalvenjary'of the date
tb Stato Jwaj admitted to Uio ITnlotu
Tho Roston Profcsbionul Women's
Club aas taken up tho mitter of un
necessary nolso and held meetlig
rrccntl at w jlch the" uubject ws dls-ci.s-ed
by .rs. !"aac U R'e of New
Ynr1., the prophet of tho ntl iioUc
(except Sundays) to and from Leadville, Courtland and
jGleeson. Leaves Brophy's stables, Lowell and Lead
.ville at 8:00 a.'m. sharp. Fare each way $3.50; 50
pounds baggage free.
Uncle Sam's L"Qig
MONEY LOANED ON EVERYTHING.
MINING STOCK Especially.
A large stock of Jew'elry and Sporting Goods always on
Main Street. .- , New-Building
ICE, 'ELECTRIC- LIGHTS ANDP0WER.
PHONE NO. 197. , ..., n,,,M
office opposite oepot TELEPHONE SERVICE.
A Want Ad Pays
Try One and Watch Results
ealEstate a nd Mines
Acting Governor lao sala Ihis
night that tie blttiaHon at Globe was n!s" to, "n7 ,n,sk,,,1 burSlar ran
growing scniewhat ulanulng and tnat I81"" 5
tho s.ieriff nilht not oo ablo to ban-1 "c tbM ,ia'1 a 'S sun trained on
die tho trouble. Therefore I notlfled Sherman lu a mlnatc. The banker
Colonel JlcCllntock and Adjutant Gca- Jtt wared it aside with a tired hand.
Stock Li&t. I ' v'EK'ns ui nave uo militia u -i-ut tnat away.' no saw irritably
NEW YORK. Jan 2S Amalsnmnlo.! eaulu?JB- nua s tervices later bo 'Let us dlsesss this matter like gen-
Copier. 75 5-. Americau Smelting. S4 I "m1 necessary to protect propert tlcmen.' The burglar was so sur
Atchlson. S9 1-S: St. Paul. H9H: New a2 . ?UCh an,51S-,nc' J opo prised he laughed. 'Now. you could
lork Central. 128s;. I'enisvlvanla. ".'" "vw "..c "" lu" Blv'' Bah ",D hurt me if you wantl to and might
1324. Heading. 133 5-S; Southern Pa- ,1 Prccauiionarj y wUh uu Ln
hnzeks.' said Sherman. 'But you
might be caught, and there's a slight
probability that you could dispose of
my toilet articles profitab'ly. What
would jou consider a fair cash propo
sition to go awayV They talked It
over in all peace.
I "The burglar thought be ought to
! hav o ?10. but Sherman, after Inquiring
ailU. Into the man's habits, .said" $S was
' ,.n.I1f-l. Wl, vaa hn ut.T ..miA a
known thief. If this were your first
offense, I'd iay your price, but now
U"! jMjlico liav o your picture you
- Chicago Gram.
CHICAGO. Jan. 2S. May wheal
closed at $1.07 1-S, and July. 97 1-4
Oats Ma closed at 52ft 52 1-Sc:
July, 464 Q 46 5-S.
Cattle and Sheep.
CHICAGO, Jan 28 Cattlo receipts,
8.500 head Market stead for best,
others weak Ueeves. $4.2007.20;
Texans, $4.2005 00; westerns. $3.90
5 60; blockers and feeders. $3.25&
5.40; cows and heifers. $1.S5Q'5C0;
minis jr. r.TS nn
Sheep receipts, 13.000. Market was Pjo8fcnfrlect Taft Bailod
weak to 10 cents lower. Natives,
$3.405.75, westerns, $3.405 75;
yearlings, $5.907.00; lambs, natives,
$3.50g;7 70, westerns, $5.5007 73.
TAFT SAILS; HIS
Party-of Engineers Leave
NEW YORK. Jan. 28. There was a
severe break in London tin today
Spot was quoted at 121 13s: futures
at 12G'123 6d. Locally tho market
was weak and lower. Spot. $27 C7U
Lopper was lower in London
WASHINGTON. Jan. 2S. WUjni
v.uui it-nuu naruor uo uau nearly it
not quito flnishedThls first jab of
cabinet making. Tho probablo make
up of the cabinet is as follows:
Sccrcfcir of Stajc, Philander C
ivuox of Pennslvaiiia.
Secretary of War. John J. McCook
of Now York.
Socrotary of tho Navy, Georgo voa
L. M!eer of Massachusetts.
Postmaster General, Frank Hitch-
Spot'cocU ot Massachusetts.
w.as,?uote? at i:58 17s Cd and '"turps f Secktarj of tho Treasury, Mjron T.
8 AjS 15s. .The local market was Herrlck of Ohio.
11.254c. electrolytic. 13.5rt13C2U-
Lead unchanged al 12 lo ."i in
ixnaon; $1.1504.20 locally.
Spelter unchanged In both marl.!.
21 12s C1 in London: $5 03r5.10 lo-
MACHINERY FOR ROOSEVELT DAM
Secretary of the Interior, Rio-aard
.V. nallinger of Washington.
Attorney General, George W. Wlck
ersham ot New York,
Secretary of Commerce and IborJ
Charloa P Nagel ot Missouri.
Socrctar of Agriculture, Frank O.
lwdea. of llllno's.
lTesidontlect .and- M.-S.. Taft. .w Ith
a small atari or civu engineers to in.
spect tho Panam'canat fitb) Mr.
for tho Isthmus, tho
r . ' -. i
C.fjriM tiaj,tf Ostciill Ainninmf C. , Ck
iSneclal to tho Rev few I
WASIU.NGTON. Jan 2S Conir.-t .Taft. sailed
has been awarded to the Fulton en- party will reaci Now York about
Bine worn, of Los Angeles. Callror- February ! on, tho return trip,
nla. for fum'saing two 42-inch, bal-1 The two big wahlps,' tho' North
ance valves for use in regulating tho Carollnt and tho Montana, as they
dlichargo from tho penstock com swung out Into wo harbor and passed
munlcatlng with tho Roosevelt rese lout, attracted considerable attention
voir,- Salt River irrigatloa project. Aboard tho big cruiser North Caro
Arlzonn. The contract prico is $7.50o una wore tha Iresldont-olect and "lis
for material. $10 per day to I- charg- ,mxt. Including Mrs, Taft and Wen
cu tor tho servico of nn erecting en- oii Mlschler his assistant secretary.
S, i f,ni?.t , -conlor- who has been witi Mr. Taft since near frienrj:
M."n.n, WUh a-n," l Secretary Carpenter left for ome-,UGAI UIB"U'
I-. uto of 11 cents per pound. w h 1Ul j. me
iiii inn v in ini'in aiou vt iu . .
aboard that vessel, on the other at the grocery. What do
cruiser wa tiw party or newspapw you think I do? Everywhere
oor-cpondents. 0 ithey put my picture, a new
EMMA GOLDMAN lone-each time, in the paper.
liberty Bell Flour
brand of Jams,c
CHILI AND PERU AT OUTS.
VALPARAISO. Jan 23. A rupture
in too diplomatic relat'oin. lxAween
Chile and Peru, signalized by (he
withdrawal of Senor J. M. Eehnlque,
tho Chilean minister at Lima, aroiir
ed moro or lesi oxcltement hero and
old anlmotsltles between tho two coua
trie., dating back to tho war of 1S79
and the consequent acquisition: of
tho Peruvian- province ot Tacna and
Arica by Chila. jave to a. certain
mensuro. len revived. It is declared
hero today that a Chilean squadron
under Admiral Wilson, now in tho
Mrait or Magellan has boon ordered
DISCUSSING NEXT CENSUS.
COIjORADO SPRINGS. Jaa 2S.--Ono
ot tho worst snow storms of do
winter, accompanied by a piercing
wind, li sweeping Colorado Springs
WASHINGTON. Jan. 2S Almost the
entire vesslon of tho house was taken
up today with a dltciuion of the con.
ferenco report on a bill providing for
i 7,t 1 .frTZ2a' . pron8l?n and tho Pikes Peak region. A fall ot
55? '! U .?lrt,0r.,0t CT"l "'".u-tween 12 to '- degree In tho tern-
nn rrinUDS f h re Peraturo has taken place slnco noon,
ports done by private concerns In caso r .-.. r..i .J. j.- ..
such action should bo deemed advis- ,.. "'' ff" ."' -. "J!". "'
latin -iB ln.j tn TV... ,.,,.. ""uw u iiei. Jiu iuu iu-
.atin wTi i,,Vi- ;.:,"."?""'": mometer registeres as low as 8 below
,....u.. ... .... uVM uuuu ulfnjUKUt'U
wncn tno noose adjourned,
0RDERD RELEASED My work is to tell everybody
san FRANcliHoT Jan. 2s-Thc where to buy good groceries.
trial of Miss Kmma Goldman, tho an- ' je rjiy plflCe Veiy Well
archlst 3peaker, and Dr. Ben Reltman, , . . , .
her manager, charged with calling un- OeCailSe It IS a gOOU place
lawful Meetings, was held before Po- w1prp 4UPV iroot nnp ursll
lice Judgo Deasy ihls nftcmoci. Onlyjw'le'6 lney l'eal one w6"
I hey treat everyone well
where I work, because they
carry good groceries and
sell them at the right prices.
P. S. I work at the
four witnesses woe examlu-d, and .it
tho concUstnn of tho evldajce. iro
court Instrnj-'d the Jury to return a
verdict of acquittal.
STOM IN COLORADO.
WIND AND FIRE.
K.MI), Okla.. Jan. 2S. Tho most
fcevero wind nnd dust storm In years
prtvalled In nortU Oklahoma thU af
ternoon, doing moro or less damage.
As far as known no liv-cs have been
lost At Goltry, twenty miles west
ot En!v several houses wero blown
dawn-, and at Carmen, forty mllos
vest, tie flames, driven by a fiurcn
vjad. destroyed half tho btrMnes
j zero, with a. strong wind blowing.
NO SENATOR ELECTED.
ilADISON. Wis. Jan 2S. Senator
Stephenson lacked one voto of elect
ion again today when tho second ballot
of the joint assembly was taken. He
rccel.cd 14 senators' votes and 52 ot
tho assembly. Thern wero nrenent is;
members of the leclnlitii. thn. . S'"J.95fW"W Li' -THJiJiW
-t - ...w v -l nniij' irj7iriiMt.Titii frnrun' hiiij j
quiring 67 votes to elect.
Old papers, 25c per hundred at the
Brewer' Gnlr.h. Pnone 97
Xrs. window's Socthlag Syxvp
H Wn Bt for iwr SIXIK'TTVE TTJUrT"
MIHJOKBof WOTHER3 fr tKHr rHIIJ)W
urn. v "rii u i m. n t.iinfDWtw tm r.. ua
RntiTffRMth..TFfT.n AnVTkHihjnnuM .1.1 &
all rAIS: CCIIKH DID CUUCmH I. Itw b.
rri !!. worlO. B n inj sk ror"Mra wii
Ew' 8..tliinr Srrar." d u do oibr kit
TVity.fl crnf bnttl On.rmntd ooir t
rvlnd IwniArt, Jane 9t)i.1il fWbt Nnml.
km AN OU) AM WEXl, 1KIEU litUiliV
oiigbr"(o be ghd to accept any fair
compromlse'nnd run no risk.'
"The burglar Anally agreed to take
3S. Sherman pullrd out a ten dollar
bill. 'Give me $2 change.' said he.
And he got It before he paid." Kansas
. American Humor.
A'nerlcau humor cststs. It dhtln
guUhes the national character. It per
nicates all our affairs. It U not ot
ilwriglnal descent. It was not brought
from Kngland or Holland by the fa
l,hers. Its saving grace was lacking
under Puritan rule. The humor of
IJiedrleh Knickerbocker is all tho
mora taking because of tho absence of
all sense of humor ln the sab'ects of
his chronicle. If our humor came over
from Urin ln the first rush of Immi
gration it was quickly adapted to Its
new environment. It was modified
and changed by new circumstances
ipd conditions, geographical, ethnolog
ical, atmospheric Wherever It came
from It Is a boon which saves- us from
a lot of needless trouble and worry.
New York Times.
"I wonder why it It." remarked the
rtranger to me.
"Why what is!" I queried
Up groaned and oiplaiiied thus:
"Why Is It that chefs at rotanrants
think that the mere addition of a to
mato to anything under the inn justi
fies their calling the combination some
thing 'a TEsiagnoIer"
"1 wo 'eggn a rKpagnoIe. My curi
osity is at once aroused. 'What,' 1 ak
myhclf, 'do the Spaniards do to eggs'f
So I order 'eggs a TKspagiiole.' What
are they? Eggs- with tomato.
"I see 'chicken fricassee a I'Espa
gnole.' Nothing but tomato mixed with
chicken. And thus it goes on and on
through life, a continual round of
hopes deceived. Spanish sauce Is to
mato catchup. It Is abMird; It Is care
less. Chefs have uo right to be so
lazy. Why. If the same degree of care
lessness is allowed to run rampant
through other clawes of men tosldcs
chefs I do not doubt"
Here the stranger got positively,
"I do not doubt that tho good old
phrase 'walking Spanish' will lx ap
plied to stepping on a tomato. I fear
It; I fear 1L"
And he faded thence, shaking his
head with gloomy foreboding. New
One day Mrs. ProHcr'fold" MrT Ten
nyson that Mr. Lowell had wrltteu
somo lines on her birthday and that .
she must Insist upon reading them ti
him. The English ioet looked nt her
askance nnd submitted with bad grace
Mrs. Procter did not go further than
tho opening line, "I know a girlthey
tay she's eighty- Tennyson ecotv'led
and sprang to bit feet with n gesture
of impatience "Too famUlarr he
growled out in high disdain nnd re
?ued to listen to tho remaining lines
Mrs. Procter jwrscvered in her effort
to bring the two iocts together, anil
they Hiriily met and became Intimate
friends. Mr. Tennyson was a man of
many caprices nnd had a touch of shy.
pess m.d cold reserve which made hlni
unwilling to meet a stranger.
A Sly Dog.
The late Dr. James 1'recm.in dark
used to tc.ll tills story of his dog:
"At imo tlnw my dog was fond of
going to the railway Matlon to nee Utr
people, aul I always ordered him !
go home, frarlng he would be hurt by
the cars. He easily understood tbatff
he went thero It was contrary to my
niches So whuncver he was near thr
station If he mw me coming he would
look the other way and pretend not to
know me. If he met me any where else
he always bounded to meet me with
great delight. But at the station It
was quite different. He would pay m
attention to my whistle or my call
He even pretended to be another dog
nnd would look me right In the face
without apparently recognizing me.
He gave me the cut direct In the most
Impertinent manner, the reason evl
dently being that he knew he wai
doing what was wrong and did not
like to 1 found out. Possibly he may
hnve relied a little on my nearsighted
ness In hU maneuver."
Tennyson and Lowell.
yirs. Procter, the wife of Harry Corn
wall, was a great figure ln Loudon llt
rary society when Mr Lowell was
United States minister at Hip Vxmrt of
"t. James. Mrs. Procter was most
anxious to bring Tennyson and Mr.
Lowell together. 'J'ennywn. who was
vvhlmsIcaljRj'.hlSjiirvjudlci!, made va
rious cxcrf"u.d.ifreetod to believe
that Mr. Lovyrl' was ,a. ijoe&Firttle
whoso, graces of srjb' "ucKjijTr oSl)-
Ambulance rii.j (....ination.
Scene Hamilton South Haugh, Hot.
dler supjKjsed to liave I'cjs, -vwvW
Is brought I j -jurgeon's tent by bea
era. Itearcr Trciwrtlng) Severe scalp
wound, sir. accompanied with Inscnsi
blllty. Surgeon Well, what have yon
done? Rearer Dressed the wound, sir.
and gave him n little whisky and wa
ter. Surgeon Whisky and water! now
Old 3011 expect an insensible man to
swallow that? 15earer He axed fort, '
sir. London Illustrated Bits.
Theso mere vassals of the town
have the audacity to say my poems
make theui sick," said the proud hard.
Vou don't object to thenC'do you.
"No, Indeed," auswered the strangrr.
"And may I ask who yon are?"
"Why. I am the town physician."
Chicago News. "
Virtue of Hospitality.
Hospitality solves nnd annnls even '
the mysterious antagonisms that exist
between raet-'Q'hl9 glorious and beau
tiful and sacred rite makes nil men
nrotlicrs. -nRMH' Saturday Journal
Famous Indian Hot Spring's
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wonderful waters are recom
mended to cure rheumatism
gout, dropsy, liver, kidney am!
stomach troubles, blood du?
ordecs and women's aliments
Beautiful lawns and shade trees
Large plunge and swimming
oool; nlso fish lako and boating;
'awn tennis and croq.net an
swings. Try oar wonderful mut!
and mineral baths. It you aro
sick, get well. It m. get pleasure andresL
Dr. W. E. Llndtey, a prominent physician, la now located at th
Springs, and will make a opec&ty of diseases of all kinds.
All kinds of Rainproof Covers
Protect Your Horse
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