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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA; SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL25,, 1909
A HEALTH GARMENT
FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
"IF YOU DON'T BREATHE PROPERLY
NULIFE compels deep breathing
giving the brain regular blood circulation
pure blood at every heart beat.
NULIFE b a thin, vaahatle garment, weighing but a few
ounces. It makes you breathe to the full depth of your lungs, all
the time. It is not a shoulder brace, but & scientific supporter of
the body. It straightens round shoulders, expands the chest from
two to six inches, and gives its wearer
ing carriage. c
NULIFE docs its wcrfc while you do yours it's one
of the greatest health croducinr nrments ever Invented
f il! rwrf iUf attached gguann flragr trtdav.
price, postpaid to any address.... ....?WiUU
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. rl&L. SVIAY UU.
C. I. McREiNOLDS,
Mexican Mining and Corporation
Law. Antlers Building,
Phone 470. Bisbee, Arizona.
E. G. STRICKLER,
Special attention given to Crtro-
inal and Commercial Law.
Ofilces over Citizens' Bank & 4
Trust Co, Blsbee, Arizona.
.Phone No. 300.
FRANK H. HEREFORD.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Agent for Land Script.
JAMES S. FIELDER,
Attorney at Law, Deming, N. M.
Practice in the Courts ot
Eastern Arizona, "Western
Texas and New Mexico.
? MAZE CArh
CARETTO & CO., Proprietors
X Elegantly Fitted Up For Ladles i
and Gentlemen X
J We handle the Tony Faust Coffee. X
j JOHNSON-HENNIGER BUILDING
Main Street Bisbee, Arizona.
H. W. JORGENBON,
CIVIL ZNQINIB- I
Barniir Building, Blsfce. Arts.
TJ. S. Deputy Mineral Burrri.
A. P. VON KIRBACH
. KALSOMINING CONTRACTOR. 4
Phone 126. 214 Tombstone Can.
Phone L-46. Phone B-362
Johnson Addition, E. J. Bauer.
Hughes Block, Aug. Bauer Jr.
BAUER BROS., Proprietors.
Absolutely free- from the Meat
"Why buy inferior meats, when
you can get Prime Phoenix Beet
at the same price. Fresh Sausage
of all kinds and Kansas City Pork
arriving daily. These shipments
are to be continued sad not only
for the present. Once a customer
always a customer. Phone your
orders which will receive strict at
tention. FRESH FISH FRIDAY. FRESH
Two Carloads of Fine Fat 8teers
BISBEE LUMBER CO.
CMIL MARKS, Mxnir,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Oregon and Texas Pine,
DOORS AND BASH OF ALL
MINING TIMBERS AND WCDOE3
CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
VMI Nnmi--r Tiiirni BIPUT"
iuu vnnnui iniwrv mum
and holds the spine and bead erect.
and filling the brain cells with
an erect commands
iil AA S
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Will Take to Los Angeles
Beautiful Booklet Descrip
tive of Arizona and Cities
Where Lodges Are Located
A distinct feature of the visit of the
Arizona Elks to Los Angeles in July,
a thousand strong, will be the beauti
ful industrial float that -Kill head
the Arizona section of the grand pa
rade for prizes. The floa is designed
by Mr. L. G. Knipe of Phoenix, and
fac simile drawings of the same haie
been issued and on all sides it Is
pronounced a work of are, which will
portray to the thousands of visiting
Elks in Los Angeles the wonderful
resources of this large territory.
The arrangements committees ot
the Elks are busy in all portions of
the territory, and ther is no longer
any doubt but that Arizona will be
well represented in Los Angeles.
In connection with the float which
will appear in the parade, typical of
the resources and Industries of Ari
zona, there is a movement on foot
by the Arizona Elks to distribute SO,
000 booklets about eight and a half
by twelve inches in size, and con
taining 100 pages devoted to scenes
in Arizona, and especially in those
cities where the visiting Arizona Elks
come from. These scenes will in
clude the Grand Canyon, -mining
scenes, business buildings, street
scenes. Irrigating canals, farming
scenes; in all about 200 separate and
distinct Illustrations, Interspersed
with descriptive matter regarding
each city in Arizona which boasts
of an Elk lodge.
The frontslsplece ot the booklet
will be an exact representation, by
means of embossing and color work
of the Arizona float on parade day.
The committee of Elks having this
in charge proposes to see to it that
each visiting Elk in Los Angeles from
eastern cities and the Pacific coast
cities carry home with them a souve
nir of Arizona and Arizona Elks,
something that will be prized and
kept for the future and will be a last
ing advertisement of Arizona's re
sources. The Intention is to thoroughly ad
vertise Arizona through the Elks
throughout the United States and
should go a long way toward getting
votes for Arizona on the eve of being
granted statehood, and attracting to
the territory a great deal of atten
A man seldom creates ranch ur
by building for himself a fine znauxo
Wheat Rust Everywhere.
Wheat rust Is limited to no section
or grade of grain, but Is encountered
all the world over.
Well Provided with Libraries.
There are In the state of New York
43 Tillages of between 1.000 and s finn
inhabitants which have free libraries.
, First Submarine Boat.
The first submarine .boat was tried
In Plymouth harbor.. England. ia17Xt
During the four years we have
been in business we have made
It a point to select and buy the
best goods the rriarket affords.
Each year we have tried to
better the quality of our can
ned goods until now they
have a reputation among our
customers for quality and price.
Each year we have tried to
give better service to our cus
tomers and our increasing bus
iness and satisfied patrons tell
us we are succeeding.
Those who have not visited
us are cordially Invited to call
and Inspect our goods.
Yours for Business,
Raf aelovich 6c
Try us and see
19 Nacd Ave.
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH '
Sunda school at 0:45 a. ni. C. A.
UurhnT supfrlntendent. Lesson:
"Tho Cotpel in Antioch." Acts II:-19-u;,
Jun ,r Christian Endeavor at 2:30
p m. Mrs C. E. Uuchner superintend
enL Topic: "Preaching Christ in
the Home Land." Acts 0:42. Lead
er, Ago s Johnson.
Drotherhood at 6:15 p. rn.. led by J.
L. Bowden. Subject: "Municipal
Preaching b'y the pastor at 11 a. m.
Subject: 'The Individual and the
Stcreoptlcon lecture on homo mis
sion uork among the Indians at 7:30
p. m.ff Part of the lecture deals with
the Indians of Arizona and there aro
several views of Dr. Cook's work
among the Pima, as well -as vie s of
tho Papago and ravajo lnouans ot
our own territory.
Prayer mceling Wednesday at 7:30
FIRST fcTAPTIST CHURCH
.vIp In V M. C A. IllbV
school at 10 a. m. Lesson: "Tho
gcspel at Anfloch. Mr. J. H. Dcma-
rest superintendent. vorsnip anu
umnn nf 11 . m. Theme: "The
WW Tmlh nT.rt IJf- It. Y. P. U. at
jGi3o'p. m. Topic: "African Mis
sions." W. ti. Htoner presiaenu ivt cu
ing worsnip at :uv. suujeci. "
Tho Ladles' Aid will meet with
Mph .1. Hnrrla 'on Wednesday even
ing at 7:30. A welcome and greeting
to all. John K. rvanar, pasmr.
PREACHING AT VARREN
Rv. J. E. Kanarr, pastor ot tho
F-rst Baptist church of Ulstee, will
preach in the Warren chapel at 2
p. m. A cordial InUtation to all.
"CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE .
The regular Sunday services of the
BIsbec Christian Science Society are
held at 11 a. m. in MedlgovieS lull.
. Annra -it of tho Homier Queen
hoteL Tho subject forAprI125willbc
"Probation After Death." The sub
ject and sermons are copyrighted by
the Rev. Mary Baker taay.
METHODJST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
After two weeks of special serv
ices and three Sundays out of the
pulpit the pastor will speak at boCi
services Sunuay ana win oe eiua i
see as large congregations as we
have had during the last three "weeks
Tho morning Bubjcct is: "The Blessed
.Man." Evening: "A Fcollsh Question
and a Wise Answer." The pastor
will also be present at the other two
Important sen-Ices. Sunday school
and Epworth league, where all young
people not otherwiso engaged wll?
find a welcome. Our Sunday school
has classes for all ages and good
teachers for each class. The official
meeting ot the church Tuesday even
ing; weekly prajcr meeting Wednes
day evening. Tho subject Wednesday
evening will be: "What Paul Thought
of Prayer." The Y. M. C. A. sub
ject for Sunday will be: "Thelmage
of Caesar." Special music by the
choir. At the evening service some
thing will be said concerning' the
flaspheroy and defecratlon of f3xe
Sabbath in opening tho baseball sea
son on that' day In Blsbee. This In
spite of the fact that many prominent
church people ore connected with
tho local organization. E. D. Raiey,
CHURCH OF CHRIST
9:54 a. m.. Bible school. Phoenix
Is leading In the contest. Let each
member keep his motto: 'Bring my
self, bring my friends, bring my of
fering, bring my Bible and b on
time. Lesson is In Acts, 11th chap
ter. 11 a. ra. Subject: "What's In a
Name." The morning sermon will be
on the union name for the unity of
Christians. 7:30 p. m. Topic: "Bar
ntbas." STEREOPTICON LECTURE
ON THE INDIANS
Tho last cf the series of stereoptl
con lectures dealing with different
ralsslcn fields, which have been
given, from month to month will be
given Sunday night In the Presbyte-
Tln .inr.h Tho "Inrllnns 9nt thfi
subject of this last lecture, and by
them wIH be given. Tho Sioux, ez
Perces, Hop!, Pima. Papago, Navajo
and other tribes will be considered,
and some ot the scenes characteristic
to each tribe will be shown. The
Indians of Arizona occupy a prom
inent place In the lecture. The Nav-
ajo blanket weaver Is seen at work;
and th& liogan, or dwelling, cf the
peopTo Is shown. The snake' dance
sh! dwalrf dwaf lyaldw lyaldw lyadad
of the Hopl, tho keys of old houses
cf the Pima are shown. The means
used to reach these people and to at
them for citizenship are shown. Per
haps no Individual has done more
for them than Ef Cbote; who Vr
almost forty years has been at work
among the. Pima Indians of Arizona,
near Sacatop, and who has over 1500
Christian Pima to show as the fruits
of his efforts. The public is Invietd
to the lecture.
It Vas All Within.
A practical Joker carried an onion in
his vest pocket Jo the depot when bid
ding farewell to a young lady, and
took a bite now and then to induce
rears. Before the train departed bo
had eaten the entire onion. The young
lady, perceiving the situation, re
marked: "Ah, you have swallowed
your griefl" Harper's Weekly.
Hearty Old-Time Meal.
From Pepy"a Diary: My wife had
pot ready a very fine dinner, viz: A
dish of marrow bones, a leg of mut
ton, a loin of veal, a dlBh of fowl, three
pullets and two dozen of larks all in
i dish; a great tart, a neat's tongua.
a dish of anchovies, a dish of prawns
Politeness a Valuable Asset,
The more exalted a man is by sta
Mos, the more powerful should he be
by kindness. There is no policy like
politeness, since a good manner often
succeds where the best tongue has
failed. Ponteness is most useful to in
spire confidence In tho timid and en
courage tho deserving. Magoon.
Below arc given tho answers to tho
pictures printed at tho top ot tho
classified column during last week:
What part of a soldier's equipment?
What United States president?
A good conundrum is like an Inan
imate object, because it cannot die. A
correspondent of the New York Sua
recalls, one propounded by the poet.
John Godfrey Saxe. Although of repu
table age'. It has not been much In
print Can you tell me why a hroo-
crlte's eye can better decry than yoo
can, or I. upon how many toes a pussy
Way to International Peace.
The nations can have perpetual
peace If they will, and without the
cost of eternally preparing for war.
They can arrange for It by binding In
ternational agreements, and that
would be the common-sense way to
proceed and the eminently practical
way. Victoria (B. C.) Colonist.
When a cocktail talks In a bnshvrss
deal, do not pin your faith on what It
says. Boston PosL
No one Is useless In the world who
lightens the burden ot It for anyone
Let the Act Speak.
Let him who has bestowed u benefit
be silent. Let him who received it tell
of It Seneca.
CUSTOM ASSAY OFFICE
Assayers, Chemists," Metallur
gists CRITCHETT AND FERGISON
Successors to Hughes 6. Crltchett.
Agents for Ore Shippers
112 San Francisco St. El Paso, Texas.
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fit VT&" SsHi?''"'
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N i- V. 'S- Vfflf In,
Miners' and Mercliants' Bank":
l. c. shattuck.
l. j. overlook.
J. T. HOOD.
i. M. MUHEIM.
t FULLY EQUIPPED To Do Anything
FranK J. Graf, BroKer
THE COPPER HOUSE OF THE WEST.
SPECIAL WIRE SERVICE TO ALL MARKETS.
Send For Quotations and
I COPPER QUEEN HOTEL. PHONE 111.
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Carl Clausen, Engineering Office,
10 THE FRONT FAST
Mining Companies Are Inaug-
erating Many Important
KELVIN", April 23. Sinca our last
report business and pleasure seem to
have conspired toeether to trnrlr nil
Kelvlnites overtime. Tho continued
improvements in connection with th
Hay Consolidated Copper company's
concentrate, plant has necessitated
another shut down, but no shifts aro
lost Uy employees as all hands are
used on repair work. The company's
recent statement or business done
and ore handled In the past few
months looks good, indeed, and when
plans for the new ailll are put in
motion, Kelvin will hum. Wo under
stand from good authority that mate
rial and men for the grade work of
the copper company's standard gauge
lino connecting the mines at Ray
with the Southern Pacific railway at
this point are being rushed forward,
and that the rails will begin coming
as soon as the grade work is well
nnd'r way Then. In the fall, when
work on the large new mill begins,
come of our old prospectors who have
gotten interested in the hills will
gasp In surprise at the town spring
ing up where they left our present
village Tho copper company's now
dry crusher machinery recently in-
stal ed seems to have proved success
ful and stay be removed at once un
less better results are made.
Oru sister town of Hay 13 apparent
ly intent upon holding us down to a
neck to neck race in both the busi
ness and social, line, and from tho
amount cf lumber going up from the
yards here dally it seems to have
us skinned in house building.
Tho Arizona Hercules Mining com
pany and the Arizona Central Cop
per company, both of which have
their headquarters at Ray are mak
ing numerous improvements. The
iormer company has recently built
six very attractive cottages on the
hills overlooking the town, all of
wheih are occupied ny employes. Xbo
latter company is getting busy am!
reports say that they will soon waDr
considerable help. Buslneis in all
lines is undergoing changes daily lor
the better. Mr. Spiller, tazaivr t
the Hercules stjr at Ray, was heard
to say yesterday that he would te
almost obliged to havo more help In
a short while
Misfit Charity. '
To treat a poor wretch with a bot
tle of Burgundy and fill his snuS box
Is like giving a pair of laced rufSes
to a man that has never a shirt on bis
back. Tom Brown.
Surface mildews may be cured by
dusting equal parts of sulphur and
lime. To make the measurement more
accurate, 'eJj;!i both tho powders be
Too Fond of His Family.
A story comes from Russia that a
citizen there ate his wife, brother and
four children. Another man inordinate
ly fond of his family. Portland Oro
gonian. A Coward.
A coward boasting of his courago
may deceive strangers, but he is a
langhlng-stock of those who know hlzn.
BRANCH AT LOWELL, ARIZ.
FOR CAS H AND ON SUBSTANTIAL MARGIN.
Cataogues For Anythini Ysu May
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co.
We Are Now In the Market for
the purchase of Copper Or
and Copper Matie
Copper QueenConsolidated Mining Comp'y
' DOUGLAS ARIZONA
l. j. overiock Broker
Direct Wire c
To All Exchanges
The Home of Amcnans
Tr 1;le&s?e, tXm pl&c to get a rijc
n-t 4 til ft Tftlftt TJtstT StrlaL..
to-dxta Turzomts. Bplek-aad-Bf&a Horses which cm sake rzi Ua.
Most aaythlzx re ul U ztx wareis, tr to Mr sy tka taur, tr
JKaiace bivery taiDie
BOWXN HUBBARD, Floes
L. C. 8HATTUCK,
J. M. MUHEIM,
J. T. HOOD,'
, E. W. SPIERS,
C A. BENNETT,
Mgr. Lowell Brent.
in the Banking Line
Engines, Boilers, Pumis, Tur
bines, Generator, Mstora, Elec
tric Supplies, Mint Cars, Balls,
Direct Acting Hststs, Oeared
HoItU, Electrle Hoists, Air
Compressors, Rock Drllle, Elec
tric Drills, Mint Cit, Cast,
ings Forging and Supplies.
Complete Equipment for
Mines, Copper Smelting
and Converting Stamp
Mills, Concentrators, Cy
anide Plants, eis.
Attenttas Is !i
LLOOAN . BRYAN, CHICAM.
PAINE, WEBBER A CO, BOSTON.
which will mil yo u crsrr ro,
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