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THE BfcBBB DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNIN G, APRIL 10, ijj2.
GLARK AND ROOSEVELT
Ml THE VICTORS
(Coatlnued fruru pago 1 )
T
E
t.? aa hlEh aa v to one.
vnf- or . Polletto Wiled a small
ote. Candidates known to be friend
; .1 Seua?or I-orlmer are indicated
in tho early returns to hvo lost
sevoral contests. Chler of these as
bub-Treasurer l.cn Small, who ap
pears to It? defeated bv Go ernor De
neen, on the face of the gubernatorial
returns now in.
TUFT INSTRUCTIONS
(Continucd-trom Page 1 )
completion of of tho platform and tho
naming of delegates. isaa. planned to
liold a four-hour session tomorrow.
Ilutler will be made permanent
chairman.
No Instructions Likely
New York delegates to the national
contention will not be instructed to
"toto for tho renomlnation ot Taft."
Instead, the committee on resolutions
of tho state contention voted almost
uuuiiimousiy tonigni to support a
resolution tomorrow favorlns his re-
nominaiion, and urginlg tho
New York Delegation May
Be for the Home
Product
NEW YORK. April 9. With the re
turn totlay or Oharles K. Mnrph), the
leader of Tammany Hall, from At
lantic City, it wj8 said that should
the eouncils of part leaders bo fol
lowed, as there is every reason to be
lieve they will be. New Yolk's nine
ty delegates to the democratic nation
al convention Will m to Baltimore un-
j pledged to any candidate
! Ill addition tothe four delegates at
largo to be chosen" liy the state con
vention which assembles lioro Thurs
day. 43 congrcbbional districts will
name delegates who will be con
firmed by the state convention. It
wan announced today that no slate
lias been agreeu on as to delegates
at. large although it was said the del
egates will probably bo Senator OGor
man. Murphy, Samuel Untermeyer and
Governor Dix, or Lieutenant Got
ernor Thomas K. Conway. Other
names suggested are Isador Straus
and Alton B. Parker.
It is predicted by leading demo
crats that in the speech of Mayor
Gajnor at tho National Democratic
club dinner celebrating the blithday
of Jefferson Saturday night thero will
bo formal announcement of his candi
dacy for the presiuencj It Is said
Baseball Scores
All Coast league games postponed
on account of rain.
Boston Americans 2, Harvard 0.
Indianapolis 1. Cleveland 2.
Chattanooga ,S, 'Cleveland, second
team. 0.
St Joseph 1, Pittsburg 9.
Philadelphia Nationals 10. Ameri
cans 5. This gives tho Nationals tho
series.
Ciiiclnnattl 6, Detroit 1.
Washington 7, Brooklyn S.
Toledo 9. New- York Americans S.
Newark 2. New York Nationals 4.
St. Joseph 1. Pittsburg 9.
Baltlmoro C, Athletics, (second
team) C.
Dea Moines 2, Chicago Americans
(second team) 1.
WIGKERSHAM TO QUIT
Why Women Are Not RICH.
Man it a millionaire many timet over in the possession o( blood cells. Worm
an Is not quite so rich, for scientists have proven that the normal man has five mil
lion the woman only (our and a half million to a cubic millimetre of blood.
A docrease in. number of red blood corpuscles and a pen on "looks pale " in
Tact, it anaemic, the blood does not get tho right food and probably the stomach is
disordered.
Dr. R. V. Pierce found ears ago that a glyceric extract of golden, seal and
Oregon grape roots, queen's root and bloodroot with black cherrybark, would help
the assimilation of the food in the stomach, correct liter ills and in Nature's own
way increase the red blood corpuscles, this medicine he
called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Uy assimi
lating the food eaten the system is nourished and the blood
takes on a rich red color. Nervousness is only " the cry
of the starved nertes for food," and when the nerves arc
fed on rich red blood the person looses those irritable feel
ings, sleeps well at night and is refreshed in the morning.
I wis attacked vlth a severe nervous disease, fateh was caused ly
a aisoraemi stomacn ana liver, wnies aib. jas. u. ljvclt. or wash
burn. Teniu. Route 2. Box 23. 'All my friends thoufbt I would die and
the best physicians srave me up. I was advised to try lr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, aod derived much benefit from same. My
case had run so lonjr, it had become so ehronlc that nothmgr would elTect
a permanent cure, but Dr. Pierce's medicine has done mueh for me and
I highly recommend it. I heartily advise Its use as a sprimr tonic, and
further advise nillnir people to take Dr. Pierce's medicines licfore their
diseases have run so Ions that there is no chance to be cured.
8
W
J. D. Lmxr. Esq.
Dr. I'icrce's Medical Advised 31 stamps, to pay for wrapping and mailing only.
Even If Taft Should Be Re-
'elected Attorney General's
Resignation Is in
EASTERN MARKETS
YE S T E R D AY
Victoria
1 1-2
&tate delegation to carry out tho ' U,v cIose friend! and Readers that the
ia-t's choice
BITTER OPPOSITION
SHOWN BY ORANGEMEN
Immense Demonstration in
Opposition to Home
Rule in Belfast
BELFAST. Ireland, April 9. That
the ouitosition of Ulster, on which
tho Irish unionists mainly base their
hopes of ultimately defeating home
rtile. Ife as strong as in S or 1S93,
the years In -which Gladstone intro
duced his two hmie rule bills for
Ireland, seems to have been fairly
demonstrated by tho tast throngs ol
Qrangeinent and unionists, who acam
registered totlay their unalterable
and unaltered opposition to a parlia
ment for Ireland in any form. A
demonstration of l.'O.OOO enthusiasts
passed in procession beforo the union
ist leaders this afternoon. After thi3
tho imenso gathering adopted a reso
lution, refusing to acqept home rule
in any form. &ant; the national an
them, and dlgpor.l
ninety delegates or New York, eten
though uumstructcd, will -vote fur
Gat nor
RUEF STORY IS HELD
UP FOR THE BEING
Paper Announces Article Is
Likely to Make Enemies
for Prisoner
WASHINGTON". April 0. Attorney
General Wickersham will not servo
In tho cabinet after March 4. even It
Taft is re-elected. It was announced
today. It was also stated that Wick
ersham and tho president are in
thorough accord over tho liollcy of
tho administration regarding trust
prosecutions, and today's announce
ment is without any political signi
ficance Every cabinet odicer ro
srsus at the end of the administra
tion." said Wickersham. "and I ex
pect to resign March i ne.t. As to
entering a future cabinet, I do not
SAN FRANCISCO. April 9. The
Bulletin, the afternoon newspaper
which started, to publish what is
claimed to be "the inside history of
the famous graft cases in San Fran
cibco, written by Abraham- Huef, now
In San Quentin prison, today an
nounced it would discontinue the
tho publication of tho stories until tho
indictments which aro hanging over
Kuef shall be dismissed.
"Publication will bo discontinued,"
it Is announced, "until tho remaining
indictments, which remain as possi
ble weapons for tho enemies tho storj
may make, are disinisted." Tho mo
tion to dismiss is now before Judge
During, who stated It would be taken
up "In due course of time."
WOMEN VOTE SALOONS.
HOLIEST!:!!. Cnl., April 'j Tills
tonn went wet vocterday, a 'major!
ty of women toting against prohibition.
A nn. 1a,(1 on Savings
i pel Lcllt Accounts by the
CITIZENS' BANK . TRUST
Co., Main Street, Slsbee.
NEW SUGAR TRUST HEAD
NEW YORK. April !l Washlucton
I J. Thomas was elected head of the
sugar trust. This was announced in
a statement which explained Uiat in
190S. on Uie death of Iiavemeyer,
Thomas accepted the presidency "for
the iKirioso of assiting in protecting
tho stockholders' '
(Uy L. J. Overlook)
BOSTON. April 9. The action of
the local market today was tho host
evidence possible pr tho strong posi
tion of the local coppers. After yes
terday's great activity and sharp ad
ance, it was natural to expect more
or less realizing toda. Prices held
remarkably well, and tho belling was
much smaller than expected. The
market became dull on tho decline
and rallied easily toward tho close.
Curbs
Saginaw bid 4 3-1
Ahmcek 300
n. and L. 15
1$. and A- 4
P.IPtllo " 1
J'Denn ax"".. "." ."'."."".".'.".I!" 0 1-8
Corblu 2G-&
Davis Daly 13-5
Klenlta ax 2 1-2
Hoton i 5
Kerr Lake , . . . . 3
Lucky Tiger 41-2
Goldfield 41-4
North Tlgor 12
North Lake 7
Nacozarl , 15
Raven 46
Rosalia 25
Sierra 13-4
Conner Kanzn started mi lust before
the close, and It looks as it it wasica niunio -h
about to hate a rood adtance. I Inn
cock and North Butte have both beon
tery quiet for tho past week, and
are due for sharp upward moiotnent
care to state what my action will be j Keep long of tho coppers and buy
until a position is tendered me." i more on every reaction.
PAINE, WEBBER and CO,
STEAMER SINKS, 3C0 LOST
Disaster on Nile Claims Pitiful Toll!
Copper producers' report decreased
363,000 pounds.
Total sales New York 963,000.
IXJNDON. April 9. The steamer
that foundered in tho Nile as the re
sult of a collision with another ves
sel jesterday, was a local excursion
boat, which according to reports here.
was conveying 300 pass.enge.-s, all of
CLOSING QUOTATIONS, April 9
New York
Amalgamated . . . .T. " S3
Anaconda 43 T-S
American Smelters S7 7-b
Atchison 109 7-b
whom are believed to hate been i.t-' "rookl n Rapid Transit 83
Bohemia 3 3-4
S. W. Miami , 9
Tonoah 7 1-2
Tonopah Belmont 101-2
Tiiolomne 4
Warrior ax 9S
Warren bid : 2 7-8
PIANIST
.Wishes engagement for orchestra,
dance, etc. Mrs. J. I. Sullivan, Phor-o
S52. 45
tautines.
AMERICAN IS MURDERED
Laborers in Mexico Kill Manager of
Mine
WASHINGTON. April 9. Uncer
tainty again exists as to how many
persons are implicated in the murder
of W H. Walte. the American manag
er of tho Ksniftrnlflpn Minim -nm.
ipany, at Ochotol. eVra- Gruz, thib
week. Reports to the state depart
ment say sevoral laborers aro In
tolted. Consul Haskell, of Salina
Cruz, will continuo tho iutestigatlon.
We Will Pay Your
Druggist 50 Genfs
'. .' 247 5-s I For a Ful1 Size Box of Make-Man Tab-
37 5-s ! ieis i ne nesuits w 111 Amaze Y on,
135 1-2 1 Uo ,ou realize that your he ilth.
0UCU6U1, iiuiiintH3 ana even iiio useiL
uion me condition or your
109 1-i '
SI 3-S
METAL MARKET
NEW YORK. April 9. Standard
copper quiet, siot and futures 13.30
to 13.87. Exports this month 7,039
tons. Lead 4.20 to 4.27 1-2. "
r
Stetson Hats
$4.00 to $7.00
Stetbou Hats in Staple U!ok-.
Novelty Styles and Derbies In an
the newest spring shjpes aud
shades at $, ,, to $7
w
Hawes Hats i
$3.00
If tou want the tery best $3 Hat
the price will buy Choose a
Hawes Our assortment includes
etery latoritc spring shape and
color.
When A Man Buys A Suit
Elsewhere He Hopes It's As
Good As A Kuppenheimer
WHEN j ou see a man drivinjr arr unknown hijjh-priccd car it docs not fol
low that his best judgment is expressed in that machine. More than
likely he prefers a Pierce-Arrow. Hut choice is one thing, preference
quite another. Sentiment, sympathy, friendship or monetary considerations may
have a wonderful bcarinjr on his choice, but in fluence his preference they can
not.
It's much the same in buying dothinjMhc fact that all men who pav $20 to
35 for SUITS do not wear Clothes made by "The House of Kuppenheimer," does
not indicate a preference for the other makes, half so much as it manifests a de
sire to keep on friendly terms with a neighbor or acquaintance in the clothing
business. "Kuppenheimer" Clothes cost no more than the ordinary kinds-
Prices Range From
Baltimore and Olii
Chebapeako and Ohio
Canadian Pacific ....
Erie
Great Northern . . . x.
-Missouri faclllc 46 3- depend
Lehigh Valley 1CS I nervous syju-m? You have simply R.t
Northern Paclfip 15J.4 y..?1" H "?" sirenRin ana ncrvo
.Noruiorn I .lciuc 1--u builder. Mnke-Mnn Tablet iiotirt.h and
New ork Central I. 114 1-b enrich thn bloo.1 unit strengthen und quiet
I'ennsyh anla " 1257-Si "err nerve cell In the ytem. ,
U.-.,li.i , ,1.,-r.l , Kesulta prove It. results will prove
Iteaains t HJUj-M it in your case, and theso results will
Rock Island ' 29 3-4 I cost you nothlnjr. not a icent. We will
Snirar .! 1"l ay. tor. ya n Sn-cent full-size 1 of
S. i A :.,.. ' ilake-Man Tablets. Yon are under no
Steel Common iJo-i olillRation whateter except to use them
Steel ltd 113 as directed. Isn't that a fair offer-
c, i.,,i ,-! -cm! the coupon to-dny ami liecln tis-
5l ,ul "1 "s I Ins Jlakc-Ian Tablets without delay
anu juat waicn lion- iour nerousncss,
exhauntlon. sleeplesgness, loss or flesh,
stomach derangements, rheumatism,
melancholy, poor, thin blood, liter and
kidney trouble, will leave vou. Make
Mnn Tablet nreMldntficn hoi In nil KniR
Stores on n Kiinrnntee or money refunded.
CUT OUT FREE 50c COUPON
)IAKll TM1LETCO,
OtKS Malc-:Ll!Mc.lrpt. Zl.rhlracslll.
I hte ncrrrnse-l Miakp-M.n TaIM. Iiefora Bed
with to tr frvr, a I u!l.ise!urent boi.
Dmasl't. N.id .
Mr Nftme
Ad.lrt -
" Writs oUlnlr one bo to each ts-i'ly
Southern Pacific 115
Union 1'aciOc
Holiday.
July,
Grain
Cotton
.. 1731-4
1I.0C
'i:'
$20. to $35.
46
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An Ideal Man's Store
Boston
Adventure 6
Algomah 7
Arizona Commoreial G
'Allouoz 40
Centennial ,. J2
Calumet and llecla '.. 493
Calumet and Arizona 74 1-4
CopiKir Range -i G3 1-2
East Rutto 15
Oranhy 47
Oiroux (5 1-S
(Jreeuo Cauanca ..i ". 0 1-S
Haucock ' 31
Heltotlo . 1 1-i
Indiana 17
Inspiration Consolidated 21) 1-2
'Lake i 17.
I Michigan 3 1-2
Massachusetts S
Mohawk 01
Miami 2C 1-2
Mayflower 171-2
; North IJutto 33
I Nevada Consolidated 2D 1.2
Nipisslnt; &1-S
Old Colony 111-2
(Juincy 87 '
Ray Consolidated .. 20 1-fc
Shannon 14 3-1
Shattuck 21
Utah Consolidated 14 3-1
Utah Copper G3
Phelps Dodse bid 215
WVdvorino Ill
i Winona 7
I
IGHT DISCLOSES EITHER
FILTH OR PURITY
While darkness hides them, this is why our
TANNHAUSBR
Beer is always bottled at the Brewery
only in crystal white bottles, thus insuring .
cleanliness and purity. Can you see what is
in a black bottle? Order a case today and
be convinced that Beer bottled at the Brew
ery is the best. Everywhere for sale, 2 doz
Qts. $3.50. For any information call Phone
243.
Boston & Browtir Agents
COPPER CITY BREWING COMPANY
BISBEE, ARIZONA
Man
HAIGLE
The Real Estate
Fire Insurance The Best,
Bargains In Homes
Money Money Money
TO LOAN
Phone 76, O. K. BIk.
Opposite Depot
24o '..TSr --.
WE MAKE MANY HITS
With Our C arefui Fits
Quality, Price, Comfort,
Durability
Tirst Aid to Weary Feet A Perfect
Fit! We No' Only GUARANTRE the
I'ir.st A.d 'n the Shies Wo Oiler You.
Hut All Others Essentials,
What More Can e Do, Except to
Make the Trice Risht,
WHICH WE 1)0
GUARANTEE SHOE ' ''
& LEATHER CO.
Jobiibou Iilock -- Main at
Prof, Fred L Oabeilo
Musical airec&tr or tho Or
phcum. Piano Teacher.
Studio Orpheum Theatre.
10 a. m. to 5 p. m. 1'honc 360.
Round Trip
Summer Fares
via
To
NOTICE
Files kill more people every
year than are killed In ward
They carry tvphoid and other
germs by the millions from
places of nith to articles o'
food. To got rid of them, tlielr
'cdiiiK places must ho removed,
refuse and garbage must be
burned or hauled ntvay from
premises jGarnuKe' cans. musK
be cqtored lo.kccp fyii flics. MI
derfd animals! must bpS- inricd. .
, Wbqre drain pipes clnity"iin-"'
,f on ' ftlie burface, chloride ot -J
. lime miiht bo freipiently fcpriuk-'
'led alout the outlet.
Those who fall to obserte the
abote, will bo guilty or a mis
demeanor, and will be prose
cuted. PeCsrdcp
BOARlr" HEALTH.
Atchison, Kansas 33SU0
Boston. MasH 105 30
Baltimore. Md 102,'J
Chicago, 111 ct.00
Colorado Springs,. Colo .. 45.00
Council Biuffs, la 5.-..00
Denver, Colo 1500
Duluth, Minn 7j,;o
Kansas City, Mo 55.00
Lent en worth, Kans 55 00
Memphis,. Tenn 65.00
Minneapolis, Minn r,$;,o
Montral, Canada 103 .'0
New York City, X. y. ...I03J10
Omaha, Neb 55.00
Philidelnhia, Pa 103.G0
Portland, Me 108.50
Pueblo. Colo 45.00
Qt'ehec, Canada 111.50
St Joseph, Mo '. ... 55.00
St. Ixnils, Mo GSJW
St Paul, Minn CS30
Toronto, Canada 90.70
Washington, V. C 102.30
TICKETS ON SALE
Apn! 25, 2G, and 27 (To Min
neaiioIiB and St. Paul only)
May 3, 4, 9. jo, II. 12, 13. U,
15. 1C. 17. 1&, 10. 23, 30.
Juno G. 7, 8, 13. 11, 15. 17, U.
13, 0. 21, 25, XI. 2b, St
July I, 2, 3, 15, 1C, 22, 23. 28, 2.
30, SI
August 1, 2, 3, A, 3, 0, 7. II, 13,
16. 22, 23, 21,. 2-J. 30 31.
Scptomber f'3, G. 7,i'e,UI. 12.
FJnal Ko'ttirn Limit
. OCTOBEnSI.Jl'JI-'
Kjlll information regardinq
routes.', Pnliflian a berths. stot- '
over pritilcep., etc. wjir he
thecrfully furi'iisl;l'il by, iyour -Agent
or by EUGENEV KDS, '
General Passemtfr'Aglnt,'
EL PASO, TEXAS.'"
Frio Valley Land
A 10-Acre Farm, capable of producing $5,000
yearly, on terms of S25 cash Balance $10 monthly
Fowler Brothers Land Co.
Fowlerton, Texas
HOGAN & SEED, local agents
OVERLOC
BROKER
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS; Paine Web
ber &. Co., B09 ten and Calumet.
Logan &. Bryan, Chicago and New
York.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCKS
Gallup, Dawson and Anthracite
COAL
Prompt Deliveries' Made to all Parts of the District
Horses and Mules for Sale
Brophy Carriage Company
LOWELL PHONE 284
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
EUROPEAN PLAN
Special $1.00 Tabic d'Hote Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. m.
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY P0PPEN, Manager
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Right Size
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