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THE B1SBBE OAfhf -KEVlf&W. BISBBfi. ARIZONA'. SUNDAY MORNING, -Al'l.lL-2$, iyj2' -
OLD APES ARE
llIEB AT FT. Sill
Those m Arizona Are
Hankering After Their
HOUART. Okla.. April 25. Th&t
the Gcroulmo band of Apache In
dians, prisoners' of war on the Kort
Sill Military neserat!on in Oklahoma,
arc not wanted in Arizona by a per
centage of the Apaches in that state.
is Indicated in a letter received by a
member of..the Gronimo band.
Sonio paragraphs of the letter, in-1
( er pre ted into .Englh-b, arc .Hiibslan-,
tiaiK- as follows: j
"All Indians are biolhers, but there
are still some good Indians and bad'
Indians. We have Iimuu how 'your'
band has progress.-d in civil pur-i
suits on .the Kort Sill Reservation, hut
t funr tliot -ntm .tl.I m er wYr vol.
- IViM WIU.- JVUA VIU UlVil) 4V - . .
MreilPf. thn mfimnrv ni flprnnimn nrpl rlaHlffaU
"WOMAN'S WORK IS NEVER
It is the faithful woman In tho
homo, who docs the cooking, sweep
ing, dusting, washing and ironing, am
bitious to kevp -her home as neat as
a pin, aud often having two or three
children who require care and atten
tion, who calls for our sympathy.
Mnr Overwork is the result. Outraged na-
Such women bhoaid remember that
Lydia K. PlnWham's Vegetable Con
pound Ik the. exact medicine they
need when their Sstrength is over
taxed and female weakness and de
rangements make '.lie a buiden. For
nearly forty "years It has been tho
standard remedy lor such tioubles
MORE INTEREST IN
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90; IJruce ePrle.v. V7.
to take nn the mirsults! ciallsts: A. T. Thatcher.
F . i nPt. -
wc follow and mal;e sood citizens o! lne repuuncans ami socialists nan
themselves under the government of ! no ""update for aldermanic Jobs,
this new state" 'but 'In the ftrst ward there were
Oeronimo w.-s an outlaw, lie iJthiee democratic offerings for coun
representative, of a tvn of old chiefs t-ilman. U A.' Itrown is eliminated.
that died In thd b'!ef that they' hal an1 Henacw and Hill will be thej
been wronged by the United States ir'.v candidates hi the election on
government and were never willing) '" 27-
to forgive. Our loaders belong to Assuming that the democratic con
that class of Indians who, althoush ' test for the nomination far city mar
behcvinir that the Indians were not ha! drew out the largest democratic
treated fair in other generational ton, and the republican contest for j
have forgotten what they thought street super isor iolll the high
wero wrongs and arc -willing to io'THe of that party, and uddim: ten-j
every endeavor to become good ctvt.-six socialist wite. tho vote pilleii '
izens themselves ann each those ctl In the iwiirrarv was S2T. The uumbfi '
their tribes that they must submit te, i that had registered at the close of
the Inevitable and forget, at least all Krldav was 1,170. i
outward demonstrations of hoetilit i City ClerK FRTflatrick led the dt-tno-
to the laws that have put into oU cratic tiokot.ulth.jL total of 40ti otel
llvion many of the ceremonials of ttia in the three wards, and Hassett Wit-1
Indian- tribes that were cherished bj kins led the 'republican ticket with
our father..' 274 votes. The' highest nurrioer o'. J
"If your people want to -come democratic vote's in a single contest1
lack to Arizona we must have assur-1 was 19 i for the" four candidates for'
auce that they arc willing to co-.city marshal. -uincity votes more than
operate with us in car endeavor to (the high T.te ior an individual, I. II.,
become good citizens of Arizona and ntzpatrick. for city clerk. t
the United States. If the United I Taking the Vots cast by democrats:
States government desires to givo iH. candidates for citv marshal, 494,'
our people allotments on the Arl as a criterion of the party's strength
.ona resen-aUoc inr objections will , , Msbee? and the vote of republicans :
i.e tiled unless wc liave assurances ! or 8treet supervisor, 307. as the crl-,
i rom you tbat you will become of Ou- ,priott f tmU Dartv's strenKtb. the
democrats have the -best of it by 1ST i
. otes. ,"" - '
I Alexander Marry, who is not a real-1
J dent of Bisbee. bnt of Warren, re-'
i ceived a ebnipHmetitary democratic
i vote of one for mayor, and Wen Frank-1
enburg received f6ur republican totes
CAPTAIN DID NOT SEND
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The city election will be held on)
May 27. a iuo.u,th from yesterday, and j
May 17. The saloons weie closed
Virtual!.- a fleet of steamers within a f'om tnWnlght -ijnlurday until six
jadius of fifty miles from the Titanic, o'clock this morning.
The oiUcer said this mistake in fi"x-
1'ng accurately the position of the FEATURE SONGS TO BE USED AT
doomed ship was a fatal one. Wito THE ROYAL THEATRE THIS
WEEK BY HARRY
icebergs and Molting ice covering thci
northern sea, a ship of even the size,
of the Tltatnlc might well be over-,
looked through such a variance. ) Tho songs to he used at the Itoy:'l
Ismay is Pleased 'Theater, commencing Sunday eteuini;
.1. Kruce Ismay. managing director by Harry Freeman are a littlp ut of
of the International Mercantile Ma-1 the ordinao, bein brand new from
j 'lie company, was much cheered byi'he iiubhshers.
the testimony of this afternoon. He, One of tlie sor.rs "Billy" is thej
listened eagerly to accounts of his j song that Kd. Itaraes of the Oiphew.i
conduct arlhe lifeboats as told by I circuit scored audi a tremendous hit
stewards and seamen. His eyes fair-ith and hat. been adopted by th"
') beamed when Steward Crawford j lollies for the u-or or 1912 and is
told bow Ismav- bad called for women considered by sons writers and sim;- j
to go in ono or the boats, and had , ers as one of the liest put out by the
s-aid to the woman who told him she l Von Tilzer Publishing Co.
was onlv a stewardess: "You are a! Tne otuer M)ng s Bert vt imams
woman, take your place In the boat." latest hit Mammys Shuffle and
' Ismav listened intently as Steward I Dance."
rtriirht tostifinH bo hart not left tlie! On account oi the constant e-alis
fhsip until after all the large life-1 and requests for tne s-ong uied la-t .
boats had gone, and only one or two "Everybody- Doing It.- this
ollapelble- lifeboats were left on deck, &"5 win lw useu as an eucore.
After tho session was oer, the c.jr- Mr- freeman har, leceixed a large
rldor in tho senate bulldlmc near the assortment o'- congs from the Snyder
oram-rUce' room was crowded withi I'uhlishmg company, all of the- lates-.
anxious sailors of tho Titanic who"' W '" on dur.ng .iS-s
lead been, brought here at the call May ,eie Tie diflnt changes dm
of tho- coinmftte-0 since tho rescue I "f tll! ?ok will inng out son.e o.
.-hip Carpathia brought them to New t..- latest and mosi Kpu,ar eoi.'
York. Thev were a nervous lot. X.,t used on 'he- auu'VtJle stae.
Iclitg permitted to leave-,. they faced
the prospect ot ,Saturday night and ,
Sunday, without fluids. "If it i not ,
too 'late to- g(t rudnev for the saltoi
men," Ismay 'declared', "t can ee' tbiit'
it is advanced.-' Finally, the-, wire
escorted to the capitol in a body, and
advanced their witness fee money.
TEODY GETS SEATTLE.
I SEATTLE. A6rn ?7.-About w" '
otcr .cast -at- rpjmHcan-denict.rat.
pVimafles tdclay. Oi.ly abjut thou
sAnd .were iIemo?ratic vote-s and m a.r
I all these wero" for 'Woodron V .'.
ron." Of the reiHiMiran -votes ltooiH
Ml received, 3,0(K), I.a Follcttc 1yJO.
and Taft. iW. . m
tFOUR KILLED IN MINE
CiS.VANEA, April 27. -iir
Avcro' killed by a cave-in in the t
miHe. Two i:ha:s are u-ltk d
will -lie TOWSfirect
OBSERVE GRANT'S BIRTHDAY
OAI.H.VA, April 27.-Tlir , ue4
birthday anniversary of (, r ..
CrJnt was observed here tnd.j' 'r h
bishop Ireland rleliven i the ..'1 -
A Skin cf Beauty Is a Joy Forover.
DR. T. Felix Oouraud's Orlantal
Cream or Macloal Beautiflsr.
rwkl-s, Jl th T.W s,
Kui,u4 (tin Pinwi
man rrrrj DtcTJ8
oa beiatr. ard d.
Cc neimiAa. Xt
lias stood tte trit
o 64 rnri. i4
! r Bftnule t
Acctf.t nm covor
frtt f rult
r-B. Ir. J. A.
Secretary of Commercr and t.br
harr niA ta m
ivir r.1 ibe bt. Kail that In
(liafles Xtttel liads from Mi.-iour(.
TnouKh a licKtywr l profestbD. it laj
uaid that I,,- if. ninrM fliiMlvt 'inft-rcr. .
"'a yS utiii cd in art than he is in iJUr4ca mr thpj
Ta ""i'"!! law. He is alvtavu readar in HLBruak'
ff nren' m tu ' xmfti c tk tpiestions of art. andmis said that
rw- siiakeB with the flnlsliedi kwl-
edge of a ronnoissear. Secretary 'XaJ
ge is rrwidoHl Taft a peraOMi rp-
Revl6Wi"Want AdS. Pay gaUon ot tfie T-lUnlc disaster.
kin pirpritr.i - rr ul ty ftll drciH d Yvxji
Good Drtvicr io th VH ftn, Cc3 o4 Zorrype,
fEBaT.KDFIUS, Pit. 37 Brd Jssn Stat XrKl
1$0g& 72zsf-" Beautiful Gathering Of Summer Cottons
PRETTY SOIESETTES 25c
SIcrcTlzed SoisetteF, :i2 inches wido
at 2-V .1 yard The ranse of ,iew Spring
colcis io so large, nil so new ana
- attractive that you'll And choosing
FANTANA FOULARDS 35c
PRINCESS SILKS 30c
FANCY DIMITY 20c
Especially desirable ror evening dress-' Fancy Dimities are the most popular
es -or foi more simple drosses and ' of all SuTihier Dress Cottons. P.latn
waists for g'jneml wear. Every neY! colors In evjery nesw sprlux Hhatle-and
shade that's fashionable
sented. per yard 80c.
FRENCH VOILES 25c
Fan'ana Foulards are soft and -cling French Voile In Cream. Cadet Illue.
ttWsr,T3,'f. '" nd len'1 thoiaseives gruceluil
-CKijUSUw ti. tho fasluonin? of iitotty oiossea fot
rret near or afternoon. Ail new
raring colors and patterns.
new dotted, -igtired and. flower strew n
RAMIE- -LINENS 35c-
You'll not find cnythlng for smart
Lavender. I'lnk. Cliampacnc and , Tailored Frocks, at the price that will
white ground with black or brown ' compare with .these pretty ltamie Liu-
hairline strire. Donl mlhS seelnaJuns. They have a. highly lurtrous iin-
thes tt.mcrrw- per rd 23c.
Uh,,8neJVInolude evtr. spring shade.
Fashion's. First Choice!
CREAM SUITS OF
Serge And Whipcord
exceptionally ne flriftly wwvei 'Whipcord aua
Frcruh and Wii Wale Cieara Serges. Faultlessiy
tailored models. Several classy new designs froi
which to choose; coal llnpa with taraniccd Skin
ner's Satin: slzea for Miss-a anl Women. Sei'e
this unuaeal OP! ortunlty Mionee a bcautital Cream
Suit tomorrow iad you'll have uisOK to cor.
gratuktte yourself ;.ih time you 'wear it throughout
the summer. Mcst reumrkable va'u?s at $to and 530
A Remarkable Offering
NAVY SERGE SUITS
Values You Can't Match
Tliere is muh earnest planning arx clee.- mercl'.an
dltfini; back of this offer of Navv Serges Suita at
itS'.t. Byt WU KNOW the women who nuy thej"!
uUs are taring-to ef more than one season's solid
satisactor; wear oui of them ai-d are COMIN'J
BACK for another suit of the same tlepondable
style ami quality. Choose a nobby Navy Jlluc Sci
Suit tomorrow at "The Fair" and nay exactly $29.ii'
jro are posltlte you could't duplicate any one of
the suits under 3S.
Wonderful Assortment Of Newest Styles In
Cream and Pencils Striped Serge Suits
. A Ct '.Irtitful irrav or (Oiie--:lv t.iMOietl 8!ts. . ach with .-v
novel touch Of trimming that '.e-i lis the-m inliwuualit and
smrtness. All tii ne.vesi e'r-ai t ratines art- n-T(JiciuHl, TH'
inriluc'Inc AVWiKords. and h.mdsome nmiort.i! SMrzes In Dia2- C'
,otv?.l .'nl ra'itt eie'. Ma'tv hae- )rettil embroidered C"i
b'ri ri:d t"u3. e-thers sN- eflrtie 'rinimins; of lieav) mf-ra-r.c
lares."-rach one is dutin-ily nt-w an 1 -riiarmiai.. and a
v?'..? c 'voncier at -ZT.
Display Of Silk Dresses
The Most Elaborate Eer Shown Here
We ?i-.ve tl:n i'in' tmins and have'apaiel m'tter time nor Effort in our ecterminu
tien to nrovi!e .n a'joi ltt-Iy eompteta as",KVy of SJilc .JJreases jtwiuiif'il beyo-id all bo.
Iter aried t siit the ptronairaeed of litmrcd.-- oi'-iotien who are wise cnoimn to trust
tka dcsisnlnr of th'Jr toitmto Stjlf tiiwrt rx&m thfiA depend uixm the limited
skill and hioIrdr of dreisteaiera. Prienja b yin ?t Jltj0and rahse upwards by 'rv k
creta to tC5. i
For Street &.
Of Pretty Styles
For Street Wear
$16.50 to $35 $10 to $27.50 $12.50 to $22.50
Fash on-o la co-jtitlrs-, tost Vn . ?; ,at will r-r.-- ;oi a T u-ii will tailored --iin.-lif
of oh-r'niT;7 now effects.
riraccfi! tip? ns o' CSilon fi)ii!'i
idia of t ie s'yl'sd po-
'iea of T-ri'.'e-Ij v-,roljS
TrtTca lnl plain coltH.n Anl tfirp.Mie and clabe.ate,gi a-
cransontfTr; erects, .wTssa lions butiri.i txsvon.l rom
lines. dainJK'St new pattertu w'- n. 13xtuislte!v iji riatil
of Foulard and 3ft. drapln v ! i"R le!s iitiiiy adorned witn
rharmeuse. X'rlced at tJC.50, i V'c c o r.:tcl cmtruidery nt
$la o to $a.i
510 to 327.C0.
Il. toseihtr with nove-i tnm
miug eftei'ts, muko these)
ck-AcT Frcck. i.irlie,ejUa-lv
defirahie. Materials include
I"iro Linen. Terrc-ioth, Edr.
lisil Hep and Hami" Linen, in
exc-ry favorite spring color 5'.
' fTT Jrty I Mil iKii
QrQ& illlllMn. ,!,!
SfVs Jn Mil lillllU1 J
Ml lllil 111 U
Exclusrve New . Effects
$1.50, $3.50,, $5
Only tlirce or four of any one lie-'
sign, so you can easily Imagine
w hat a marvelous variety Is offered
for your chG0c!r.;r. Styles ot be
wltchinr beauty, - designed- for. tho.
.exclusive patronage enjoyed by
"The Fair." .And our most partic
ular customers pronounce them
by far the. daintiest Blouses they
have ever purchased anywJhere
Peplum styles from Jl.S'', 52.DO up
$2.00 and $2.50
Such values as you"o never
'dreamed of in perfectly new. frebb,
suowy Waisis of Voile and LTu
Kcrie. Any number of very at
tractive new deigns In both lace
and embroidery trimmed effects.
Every one a new arrival. Sec them,
Monday priced at $2 and $2.50.
$2.50 to $3.50
'This is ..n entirely nen- lot ot
waists some are plain tailored
with only plaits or tucks for trlm
minpr; others, have beautifully,
hand-embroidered fronts; Ions'
sleeves, laundered collars and
cuffs. Priced at $2.50 to S3. 10.
Blouses of Messa-
$5, $6 and $6.50
Latest novel! fes In changcableTaTi
fctas iihri!issali!ies; all new rot"
ors and wnitc: maeranie collars
and touches of .velvet ; some show
the neW'uopluut effect prirecl at
' up to SC.50.
ASTONISHING VALUES 1 A AA
AND QUALITIES AT $ J5. l .UU
.An ar?crtrctnt cr Cc:-'s ths'. arc in.commonly stylish anvJ
distinctive In appearand t v.-cll as thoroughly hWi
ra"le in quai..--. JIade o' spleudicJ quality l"ure Linen
'hat pie su:-h e.vel'e'it juitn nf& do not soil easilr.
Coat 'va' -s that beckon .' ije v oman who, from .cholee
or nc.-resL.ity. wishes ;o tcoBci'ze Choice $10.
Stunning Serge Coats
Creat Assortment And Clevet Styles
Coils of T3i :, -crgi?, with fiar.dao-!,e novelty ff-j "7 Cf
collars and cif Coats of hny Dlagcna! ? 'Oy
Oc-am Se r . wii
ot cob'jv n .-.tri
rr- oTinlly ,-,i; in
prie'-s :.::'- ias Ir:
!;; fnn'-y ccliar?; ate-j.
iud many inor tfca
r i.' rftvie and eiuality.-.tt t?'
. I.--.0 to S23.JI).
Popular Pongee Coats
Very Smartest And Novelty Styles
C?1 Q r" r F varied that one
tplO.OU ai'atited to almost
F. varied that one can Ub4 ecluaive style
everyk coat purntwe.
ftrnvv nufrnmp tir.- rfr.h nAel mltu
lit tO rat'' '' "nd eraeroidery fw a dlstiifcMve
tO'!fll ft Clllftr arff i.lfj fMt Invtm har.
.nr prices, ranging from $18.50
1 $35.00 i y ,wn!'t:ae
Monday We Will Clearly Demonstrate Our
Style Supremacy In Smart Millinery
CLEVEREST NEW CREATIONS rCJO
BEAUTIFUL TRIMMED HATSS
FOR EVERY OCCASION AT "
Mcd.-ls wcrthv Tour Fjtoclal atti nlior. so artisti. allj have
the favorite spring blossoms been arnnge-1 to gi e just tlie
riRht effect not piled on indiscriminate . but cunningly
placed with aiiarent carelessness, winch is reall; the laii
touch o; .irt. All we ask of you is to allow us to hhow you
how charmingly these lovely hats will blend isitn your nv
An awrortTiicit winch for stj'e. variety and
:ill-.roiiiid citira'-tlteness cannot be equaled
In Iiisbec, or excelled in the- entire South
west een at a much higher price.
Style Is Paramount In
Our Styles Trave Ireen mo-t carefullj chosen
fT their smart lines graceful, becoming
and ctrrect. Tlie rcst is easy when you
hao the riglu style foundation. Genuine
Milan wide- viriety. best stles at JS 50
to $12. "o. H.-inj.s. t'h'i-s-, I-shoins and Fan-i"-
rtralcla f-rom 2.25 to $.' .".n.
MODISH STYLES IN fr
TRIMMED HATS P
liistnjctive models from New Yorfs fore-mnt-t
Millinery Artists, in the original do
shjns which lend the- last touch of clc
jsaucc to an elaborate Rovn. ?10 !s an es.
tremoly low price for any one of these- beau
tiful creations and. tiiev will compare fav.
orably With $12 .'0 and $1." hats seen else,
Smart Street Hats At f
-.$2.50, $3.00 and $4:00
Ii-'Cahvas. Java BraHs, Mllant. ami Chip,
wonderfully becoi:ung new designs. iileaV
Ins color combination!-; convincing values
priced at ?2.r.0, $3 and $1.
onderful Assortment New Styles Fine Values
Ken? arkable V aiues ffi "g
Genuine Panama Hats Special jjj 6.00
One of the 4rr.anost"and "most sati-fae'or.- hat.s one ican choose? for summer wearing.
Particularly pood crtralityC hand hiade JMuainat'-rrtc-it effects In crown and brim. Hats
siificrior in cuialitv -. to SJS. and lo radois.od' lit some shos. ChoU.-e-Monday, for $G
VSeCIAL PURCHASE AND SALE WOMEN'SN
SWEATERS-SAMPLE LINE-ADVANDED style
Chnrmlncly dainty and pirlih frtH.-ks. lot cluldrsn froai
? io ji cfr ' .ice. Material are fa-it color Ciiiigharn.-!,
"l:a i.brp n end IVrcales. iirrltv trnuninps of l.rai.1.
I?nci8 or en-broiUc-ry, rem. rkaUe -aiucs at ?l.nn
;! Smart New Styles atffil ,SQ
tf,s handfor.e k,'' ciion o; tlre;i"W urired at SI "'
I, One-Fice- ,.nd ''silc-r aiyl -b-.t wc feel nurt an
no be equaled eir-i urc Vr 1'js than Jl.li to -"
i ,.;de ot La.tv Jir "ras, Prca'ei and rSinghaui om
n..s' ace tbt-jo prettv. daiaty Mule frocks 10 aiireci
r.'. ti. wonderful aiues.
Dainty New Models $2.50
Ir. so "naM a m a'e dfi-ription of the bis s-sorttoem
o-- drot-8 t this irke If topoeg'.bji- Made oi ihc iuoki
aarviceable ivftfh r,. ate rials In color.-, iliat launder bean
ttf.il'y; Dutch N'erL's, thrct-iuirtcr and Kiiaono sleeves
Exclusive New Ef f ectS'$S0'
The .cr-"!t Va-jfi aTjd becomins lull" I.'s's f"-Olrh-
ar.1 MI-if froirt j to 14 years, m i' tc-r Tliomion.
Eailcr a'.c! (vn- P t ce hivU. o-ic i- -mi pK-. oth-r.
ere in .u.ous ecs'-s of elilc:.itt .
up t o
Vapo'i htvlc-i in Suit cases that
CiTOf to lib for emir.,. dihiKJSl
from a-' maker Vanienlar-'abtiat
bis n-iitilatior. for workmanbhlp,
n.id uoht of 'hem wer Intended
tc h'-li for double tomorrow's
6 p. rn. . '
.T3fc. - fSHttS
.awBBBBui1r ti ,- ' V
T his offer in Women s and Misses'
Sweater Coat-- embraces a sample line
purchased from The Marinette Knitting
Mills at a very liberal concession in
prices, and tho savings to you average
a Kl'LL TIIHIIJ. They aro the advanced
f.tyles for Fall and Winter 1312 and 13.
There are high and low neck style
with' shawl or sailor collars", and a few
of tho popular "rough nock" models.
There are plain, wenfes and rough f--fecW
'In white, tan, gray, cardinal and
navy;- iwmc w'iUv contrasting colored
collars and cuffs.
Sweaters, today, ar not worn lor pro
tcction only, and should not be laid away
for occasional up. For Indoor or ow-'
door sports, for motoring and traveling,
for Jleld. street, mountain or seashore,
it is appropriate . ,-.
Tlw rMUnNCH;:hKnlbcel roa
man el. No stretelv pdU orfstrafn carrtfe
stroy Its beautiful Hues becauee It's all
hand woven. Sale price are as follow.
t?.i0 SWEA'iEftS KOU . . .'. .x. . . . .tT:3
J3..0 SWKATBItS KOU ..i'i&t
jJ'.OO SWEATERS KOU t-' . . .'.SS3--.
. J7...0-SWEATrJKS'r;ait. ... . . ..i.-IQO
' J10.00r'SWE.TETtS'FOK V.-tKff
?12.50 SWEATERS FOR