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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1909
Great Stock Reduction Sale
13 On for a. Hew Days a.t
Its Women's Toggery Co.
Our stock miist "be reduced and in order to do so we -will offer the
trade high class merchandise at 'fabulously low piices.
A Call Will Convince You of the Great Bargains Being Shown
A BanK's First Duty
Is to its depositors. Th business of this bank is con
ducted on this basis, which is, in truth, Security and
Conservatism. Safety is considered before profits.
We feel justified in asking for your banking business,
assuring you always, coi leous treatment and satisfac
Two Irish Comedians From
the Pork and- Beans Circuit
Will Furnish the Fun, Sport
33 1-3 Seduction
Of all kinds.
Lingerie, Lace "and
All trimmed hats
We offer entire-Stcr-k
33 1-3 Seduction
The Pretiest Line in' the City.
. Voiles and Silks included, at
' 1-3 OJ
Do You Need Hosiery? See the Big Special at 25c r. Worth Double
Ribbons-Ribbons-Eibbons Half Price on Entire Stock
BY LOCAL JUSTICE
Dismissed Ovnig to Lack of
Evidence Necessary to Bind
Rv. A. K. Stewart was discharged
fro custody yesterday by "Justice
High, who told that the evidence
against the minister on a charge of
attempting to criminally assault- lit
tle Minnie Gonchln, was Insufficient
to warrant his being bound over to
the grand jury. The decision of the
court wa3 given at 11 o'clock yester
day morning. This settles the matter,
it is presumed, so far as the courts
Stewart has thus twice been dis
charged from custody on the same
charge. Rov. Rogers, in charge of the
Methodist missions in Arizona, has
been called out of the city, but will
retam in a few days to conduct the
Investigation by the church of the
caarfee against the minister. Stew
art will not .resume his pastorate o
the churches of Don Luis, Warren
swl Soatb Bisbee, pending the action
of the church.
ODD FELLOW ANNIVERSARY
Thare will be a celebration ot the
eighty-sixth anniversary of the ln
stUuUtaa of Odd Fellowship by Blsbeo
Lodge No. 10 at Odd Fellows hall
Monday night, April 26th, at 8 p. m.
AH vls.tlng members and their fam
dtelty invited, to attend.
juim-, : faiitimMitJsa
PLAN RIFLE GOflTEST
BROKEN BY JUUZOHS
leading Cities of Two Places Shifting Desert .Roads .Give
to have Contests by
Trap shooters of New Mexico and
Ar'.nzooa are planning a scries of
contests In which the shstgun .marks
men of both territories will partici
pate. Those behind the plans .are
des'rous ot Blsbeo participating, and
the local clubs of which there are
two, will take the matter up for dis
cussion scon. .
Tho shoots will he In the nature of
telegraph event. That is each club
will hold Its own shoot on its own
grounds, after which the results wll
bo ascertained aad the prize monoy
paid to the club making the highest
The Idea originated with the EI
Paso Gun ciub. In brief, the plan
Is for the different clubs at Bisbee,
Tucson, Globe, Clifton, Las Vegas.
Raton, Santa Fe, Wlnslow. Phoenix.
TucnmcarL Amarlllo and EI Paso to
pick teams of five men each. Each
team will put up an entrance fee of
$7.50, deduct the cost of targots and
turn the balance Into the purse,
which will go to the winning team.
Tho net purse will, amount to" some
thing like 50.
The plan ought to prove popular
wltti tho different gun clubs. An or
dinary practice shoot costs almost
as much for traps alone as the indi
vidual entry fee will amount to, and
each team, has the chance of "winning
Chug Vagon Experts Con
In a record-breaking trip Messrs.
A. N. Gage and Charles Bowman of
Tombstone have just returned from
Los Angeles, where they were tha
Inrltd guests of Colanl W..J. Ycusg.
Jr., a wl! known auto enthusiast.
The run from Courtland, a dlstaacs
of more than SWLmiles, was made in
the remarkable time, of 22 hours. low
ering all previous records by nearly
Thrilling experiences were encoun
tered, such as being compelled to
"Jump" the Colorado river and Rpnd
ing Mr. Gage ahead of tho machine
to hold down the read while crossing
the shifting sand dunes of the Mo
Javc desert, are only a few of the
many varied experiences reported. Yet
the boys say they had a most enjoy
abl trip and are highly elated with
J. B. ANGIUS,
J. B. ANGIUS,
We yesterday demonstrated to crovds of people the
merits of the
Ice Civ am Freezer
If you were not among the visitors to our store to
see the demonstration we would be glad to have you
call any time this week and inspect the latest inven
The Twentieth Century Ice Cream Freezer will
freeze Ice Cream, Sherbets or Water Ices in 30 sec
onds, just as smooth and nice as the old style freezer
at one-fourth the cost. 5 cents worth of ice will
freeze enough cream for 100 people in 5 minutes.
You can fill the Twentieth Century Freezer in the
morning and have ice cream in 30 seconds any time
during the day.
J. B. ANGIUS
A Goeths Celebration.
The hundredth anniversary of the
death of Frau Rat, the mother ol
Goethe, was celebrated at Frankfort
on-the Main. A number of the admir
ers of tho poet met at the Goethe
bouse, where a model ot a monument
of Frau Rat by the well-known 'sculp
tor Herr Josef Kowarrik was on exhi
bition. Frau Rat's grave in Peter's
cemetery was covered with flowers.
iWAREHOUSE OF THE
G. COJ ESTROYED
Building and Contents Valued
at S15.0C0 Goes Up in
Smgke at Lowell
Wre yesterday afternoon destroyed
the -Lowell warehouse cf the1 Copper
Queen company.' The building and
contents wero Valued at about $15,000,
bf which the contents represented
J 10.000. The loss is partially covered
The origin cf the lire Is not known.
The flames, in the building were dis
covered about 5 o'clock. An alarm
wag immediately given, but it was
too late for tho fire company to be
of any assistance.
W. IL Brophy, manager or the Cop
per Queen store In Blsbeo, stated last
night that tho warehouse was used
fljr Supplying their local storo at
Lowell, and that Its operation would
not be Interfered with. The wa'ls
and foundation arc laot' cjjijtroyed,
and will be usel again in the recoa
strutcion of the building, which will
begin at once. ,
Baby I?uth is about 214 years of agy
and the prettiest girl in tho county.
When a stranger asks: "What Is your,
namo?" or "Who are you?" she lisps:
"I am my mamma's littlo lollypop on
INHERENT LOVE OF THE EO!l.
Characteristic That Is the Mo: Deep
ly Planted In Mortal.
The first man was a gardener, we
are told. - Certain it is that the first
men were tillers of the soil, after they
ceased to be wandering warriors.
That is where wo get our love of na
ture, declares a writer In the Kansas
City JoumaL That is why we build
parks and have flowers clambering
about our premises. That la why we
are strangely at peace when we get
out into the mountains and lose our
selves among the fragrant woods.
That is why we loathe at times the
smell of paint that is on civilization
and long for the perfume of tho llf
that is close to the green leaves and
the wild flowers. That Is why we are
no happy when we camp out and why
we are so reluctant to return. That is
why our earliest recollections of the
"old farm" are the sweetest end ten
derest of our lives. That is why we
crack a joke at the "simple life" and
"back to nature" and all' that when
somebody Is around and why wa
know, away down in our hearts, that
the simple life Is the life most worth
living and that we cannot get close
to anything sweeter or purer than na
ture, "Mother" Nature, whose sons
and daughters we arc, from whom we
may wander far, but to whom wo re
turn as prodigals, finding the prodi
gies welcome and the prodigal's
. Art In onr time seems like an
iridescent oil spread about on the snr-
.faec of the muddy waters of our civi
lization; it and life don't mix. Lon
don Saturday Review.
Used Her Information.
In one of the great-houses In the
west end of London there, was a din
ner and reception. After a while the
maid was called, and the mistress
said; "Serve the dinner; there is no
one else to come, except a relation of
little Importance." Five minutes after
ward the maid announced in a loud
tone: 'The relation of little Importance!"
Requisite Hours of Sleep.
No definlteSstandard of the number
of hours sleep required by any man
can be laid down. It depends abso
lutely on y oar self. One man needs a
great deal ef sleep, just as he needs
food. Another can get along with tour
or five hours. Dismiss the" idea that
it Is a virtue to be able to do with a
small quantity of sleep.
"Glvln some people education,' said
Uncle Eben, "is purty much like put
tin' music in one o deshere taJkla'
machines. It's all right when It goer
In. but It sure do sonn' like., trash
when it comes out." Washington Star
Retracing Our Steps.
"Dat Darwinian theory," said Uncle
Eben, "wouldn't worry me none if I
could be good an' sure dat some of u
weren't doublln' on de rail." Wash
Don't lmagino that simply because
he 3tands nervously on tho street
cortcr fidgeting around, and ever and
anon glancing at the faje of his Wal
thani, and occasionally mutters the
mytterioua words, "uaso hit." or "bat
ting average" that he is a subject for
a lunacy commission. Nix, he Is slir
piy a djed in the wool, double distilled
tartv trird decroe basoball fen. and
Hi anxiously and Impatiently awaiting
j tho hoar when ho can catch a car
it thi LalJ grounds.
Hundreds of theee said fans Will be
t n on the streets of Bisbee this
morning and this afternoon, but from
I o'clccfc on to C, It Is Bate to bt
that any man Been walking dowir an;
of tlu streets of the city can't Ml a
Hero utage column from a table d'ho'e
dinner and dottm't oven know whr
led .he big lt35"J3 la batting last
Bisbee Is going to turn out in full
force today, and well they may, for
the game that is to be played at War
ren this after-icon between the Reg
ulars and "Tomato Ilracers ' or Van-
nigan. Is one of great moment to the
local ball fiends. It not only marks
tho opening of tho local season,, but Is
also Intended to give tho manage
ment ot the big team that Is to come.
a chance to get a line-up on the abil
ity of the players now In the city, and
furthermore, tho funds from today's
game will be turned over to the treas
urer ot the baseball (und committee
for use In the future.
There should 1kj lots of fun and
circus business at today's gamo but
the fans are also promised some real
baseball playing, as the members of
both teams have been practicing a
great deal of. late, and state that the
contest will bo a good one from start
"Happy" Dcemer and Eddie lie
Lean,, the two versatile Irish come
dians have kindly donated their ser
vices for the amusement of the
crowd. Happy will wear a brand new
pink necktie and a heavenly smile,
while Eddie, afte" much persuasion,
hns cwitetited to appear In the fam
ous old pair of pink tights that made
hi! name known all over Pine Ridge,
Arkansas, when he was doing the
"Leap of Death" with the Bumlung
circus, back in the early -eighties.
Hero they are: see where they plav:
Bisbee Locals Kelley, center field:
Blair, nltcher; James, catcher; Flan
ittan third base: Hurd. first base:
Masteron, left field: O'Mnlley. second
base; Fricklc, right field; Boswell,
Bisbee Royals Edmunds, catcher:
Porter and BarnetC pitchers: Hoff
man, first base:Dawsn, second base:
Harper, third" base: SlcCann, short
stun: Bailey, left field: Clow, center
field; Spencer, right field; Graham will
hold the indicator. It Is understood
the Locals will send to Denver for
McXeal to hold down the third sta-tfon.
CITIZENS BIK 8 TRUST GO.
Bisbee and Court and
O BASEBALL RESULTS .
IN THE BIG LEAGUES
At Boston R H E
Philadelphia 4 3 C
Boston 1 S 1
Batteries Plank and Thomas Ar
rellanos and Spencor.
At Chleagc R H E
Detroit '. 1 5 2
Chicago 3 C 1
Batteries Jones, Spear and
Schmidt; Smith and Sullivan.
At New York R H E
Washington.. 0 5 0
New York 1" 15 1
Baterles Lake and Klelnow; John
son, Keeley, Street and Blankenshlp.
At Cleveland R H E
Cleveland 7 11 4
SL Louis 3 11 5
Batteries Sitton and Easterly;
Waddell, Bailey and Criger.
At PHto?,iii-! R H E
Pittsburg 0 2 3
Cincinnati 4 8 0
TintteriPM Maddoi and Gibson:
Fromme and McLean.
Philadelphia 4 C 2
Boston.. w '
Tinttprios Foxen and Dooln; Linda,
raann; McCarthy and Bowerman.
At-Naw York ' R H E
New York 0 7 1
Brooklyn - ;
Harmond. Dnrnam ana ocmci.
Rucker and Bergen.
At St. LOUIS n n r.
Chicago.. 5 J
SL Louis.. .. l 5 5
TL-ittHpa Brown and Moran;
Beebe and Bresnahan.
WE WILL EXAMINE
that watch of yours and toll you just
what is peccssary to be done and
what It will cost to put it in
PERFECT RUNNING ORDER
then you can leave' it or not as you
please. In all kinds of repair work,
wo do only the very best work and you
need have no hesitancy in leaving the
finest article in our care.
L. L GILMAN, Jeweler
Flat Iron Building
Bisbee Music Store
Price Llct Most Popular Talking
VICTOR II $30.00
VICTOR III -....$40.00
EDISON STANDARD $25.00
EDISON STANDARD COM
EDISON HOME COMBINA
ZONOPHONE "10-INCH REC-
VICTOR 10-INCH RECORDS.. 60c
VICTOR DOUBLE 10-INCH
RECORDS. .2 75e
Genuine Victor Needles, 60c per
I guarantee these prices to be
the lowest in the United States and
the only prices authorized by the
the factories. No oods can ba
sold at a less price. Outside ad
vertisers hold up their patrons for
freight and express extra.
Uncle Sam's Loan ffice
MONEY LOANED ON EVERYTHING
MINING STOCK ESPECIALLY.
A large stock of Jewelry and Sporting Goods Always on
J Hand. -
1 Main Street - New Building
23 a a.
M. M.KING, Mgr.
N D A Y
"TH SHOW THAT BUST
THE LAUGHTER TRUST"
In "The Arrival of Lord Waik-in-fast"
PRETTY GIRLS THAT SING AND DANCE, COMEDIANS THAT
ARE FUNNY. SPECIAL ELECTRICAL EFFECTS.
10, 15 and 25c
R H E
.4 7 2
.3 9 4
At Los Angeles
Vernon.. ..-.. . .....
UnttpHps Browning ana
Hitt and Hogan.
At Portland ;
Portland 5 10 ?
Los Angeles "
nattcrles Brlswalter anu - un.u-
dorff: Carson and Armbruster.
At San Francisco
Wlggs and Lalonge.
R H E
..4 7 3
..8 12 2
The Edelweiss Cafe
rawer? Bldg., Brawary Ave
RESTAURANT FOR LADIES
I Top Notch Beers
"Pilsener" and "Select"
lwai 1 r w n w j ra
lU,,nAVM W i. .-
iDrmO LlLTmj 'rTTV
At All Grocers $3.75 per case
of two dozen Quarts
The Swigert Bros. Optical Co.
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tfto us ou boach ttwcm
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