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THE EISBEE DAILY REV IEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA,- THURSDAY MORNING, 0 CTOBER 10, 1912
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Furnishings ls Decorations
for the HEAD OF THE HOUSE?
For Instance- SUITS and OVER-COATS- you'll
want a suit this fall and very likely an overcoat
naturally you want as big value for your money as is possible. You probablv
realize at that, that you have to look more to guALlir than to HKlLb.
There's lots of fraud in fabrics-stuff that looks pretty good when new. and
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sold at a temptingly low price. gSSSSft- ' )
It wop't pay you WE WANT YOU to try us on WASHINGTON or SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES
C.OOD QUALITY PAYS and these clothes have that QUALITY Besides we givo you sincere per
sonal service and absolutely stand behind everything We sell you.
GOOD SUITS--$17.50 to S35.00 GOOD OVERCOATS & RAINCOATS $17:50
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Is Yours a 'Nettleton"?
SHOES The man w
will wear no other nl
THE HABIT of wear
pa'r-Come in and get
pair of kicks For tall.
stands for what is best in MEN'S FINE
ho has worn a Nettleton knows this, and
ing NETTLETONS begins with the first
yours whether its th e first pair or a new
(And are worth it too)
AND WE SELL R
$3.50 to $5.00 Shoes
know them as that go
EGAL SHOES TOO
that need no recommendation from us-you
od medium priced, low profit 'shoe.
HATS OFF (that is vour old one) to our NEW Hats
Three of the best makers represented in our stock of
lids, in all the new fall shapes and felts
FELT HATS or STIFF HATS-
WE'LL FIT YOUR FACE AND HEAD
MALLORY "CRAVANETTED" S3.50.
H. H. ROELOFS "SMILE" $4.00.
STETSONS "GOOD GRADES" S3 AND S6.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS in general-inr-'wormdf
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REAL MFN'S STORE-when you get the habit you'll
like the way we take care of you.
NEW SWEATER COATS-
NEW PAJAMAS AND NIGHTGOWNS-CLOSED-CROTCH
GLOVES-DENTS AND FOWNES-
ENGLISH GABARDINE-RAIN AND AUTO COATS
SUIT CASES AND BAGS
CLUETT (ARROW) AND
"CROWN" SEPARATE TROUSERS-
Schwartz Brothers Co.
THE SAFE PLACE
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Thursday, Friday and Saturday
100 pieces of Fancy Outing
Flannel will be placed on sale this
morning. This grade is extra
heavy weight smooth texture and
fine finish. In the assortment
will be found all the new designs
and colors of this season, as well
as the more staple patterns.
Very special for i f)n JgJ
three days only JLJ y t&
Bargain Tables Main Floor
Brief Local Items
Pleased With Los Angeles.
A. J. KUselbers, who Is well re
membered In BIsbee. has now located
In Los Angeles whero he has taken
a position xrlth Robert Harsh and
company, a prominent real estate
firm of that city. Mr. Kisselbcrs
writes back to Blsbee friend saying
that he is much pleased with Los
Angeles, declaring that the city anJ
surroundinif country Is booming.
Otto Kroeger, the prominent Ki
Pa building contractor, waa In Bls
bee yesterday, coming hero from Clif
ton, where he is now flnlsMn tl
new court house for Greenlee coun.
ty. for which he bad the contrast.
!'. .. ,. ih. nntraet for the
.Mr. rtTPeser " "
Dodge storo In Lowell, now neanns
completion. He was formerly a resi
dent of Warren, and still owns prop
erty there and In Douglas, .where" he
built the Oadsden hotel.-
En Route to Douglas
rvvint- AMnrnev W. O. fJllmorp ar
rived in the city yesterday evening
from Tombstone. He win leave mis
morning for Douglas, where he goes
to represent the state in the hearing
in the cases of those arrested
charged with unlawfully searching a
hotel In that city. The defendants
InMiifti Manual Pllfflt'i anil two offi
cers of the Ninth Cavalry. This caso
has attracted considerable attention
Tmby Case Postponed
The case of A. E. Temby, charged
with removing from the Oliver house
a suit of clothes on which there was
a Hen for board and room rent
amounting to S1D0, was postponed
when It was called for trial yesterday
afternoon In Judge High's court. Mrs.
Jane Oliver, an important witness, be
ing seriously 11L
The " following guests were regis
tered at the Copper Queen hotel last
night: Harry H. Rappaport, Los An
geles; Fred W. Wells, Denver; D. II.
Drew, Los Angeles; I. Lai en thai, San
Francisco; J. A. Duncan. Kansas
City; J. M. Sahleln, San Francisco;
E. R. Thornton, San Francisco; B. E.
Borges, Chicago; M. S. Stern, Chi
cago; Ed Ederhelmer, Chicago; Chas.
J. Peter, Los Angeles; A. J. Sold
chmldt. Tucson; T. B. Grace. EI Paso;
Gordon Clark, Los Angeles; Arthur
W. Finlcy, Denver: C A. Tracy, Loa
Angeles; W. G. Gilmore, Tombstone.
Roy Jacobs Dies
Daw l.nti4i a ccA 9ft TM. Trhfl
was injured In an accident at the Czar
mIra m.I, Titaainr AVItnltlf hv lloinfT
caught ihy the cage, died at the Cop
per Queen hospital yesterday after
noon at 2 o'clock from his Injuries.
which consisted of a broken leg, sev
eral ribs crushed, and Internal in
juries. He leaves a wife, formerly
Miss Nora Hanley, and an infant
child. He also leaves a father and
two brothers, Kirk and Harry Ja
cobs', of Lowell." The father Is. on a
ranch seventy miles from Blsbee, and
Kirk left yesterday afternoon to in
form him of his son's sudden death.
It Is not expected that the funeral will
be held before Friday. Coroner Smith
of Lowell and a jury viewed the body
at the hospital yesterday afternoon
and will later hold the inquest.
Weight of w'heat and Oats.
A bushel of wheat weighs, on the
average, CO pounds, and oats from 38
Proof of Progress.
We are gradually becoming ashamed
of .places that crush the spirit out of
Our Daily Special.
It Is All Right to Put up a Bluff,
but be Sure you don't Trip Over It
Truth In Jesting Term.
Man's Inhumanity to children maker
SounUess successful factories. Life.
Reason Demanded There.
You can't evado nature's laws oa I
Ererglado land buyers, of whom
there are a large number in Blsbee,
Cananea and Douglas, will be great
ly Interested in an article on the
Everglades of Florida, published in
the current (October) number of The
Review of Reviews, which gives an
accurate and reliable description of
the greatest reclamation project In
the history of the world. Advertise
RAISED SO PER CENT
The price of a necessity, cows' milk,
was increased fifty per cent In the
Warren district yesterday.
Announcement was made by several
dairymen yesterday that milk would
ho retailed at seven and a half cents
per pint Instead of fle cents per
pint measure, on account of the ' high
cost of living" for cows. This moans,
of course, that Increases in the price
oo alfalfa and hay will be borne by
the milk consumer, who doesn'i eat
tho alfalfa at all.
It was said by one dairyman that
all of the dairymen would Increase
the. retail price of their'mllk two and
a half c(nts per pint, and some, at
least, have already put the new prices
into effect. It Is not known if the
price per gallon or larger quantities,
or thq prices to 'dealers have been
raised, as no annduncement was made
of the increase In price except by
word of mouth to customers. How
ever, tn.e majority of customers of
milkmen are perhaps those who buy
by the pint, and they will he the
ones most affected by tb'o' stiff in
crease, unless they use .canned' or con
Filling the Holjows.
Vlthln ten years twenty-flve SQuaro
miles of land around New York hava
been filled in with rubbish and coal
Chinamen Wearing Sweater.
Among other foreign "garments,
Chinamen are buying many sweaters.
In colors they prefer green, whlto
and maroon. ' :. .
WILL PAY DIVIDEND
If Strike in Bingham Not
Too Long Drawn Out
Monev Will Be Paid
BOSTON, Oct. 9. Wo understand
that Utah Consolidated will pay an
other dividend this year unless tho
strike in the Bingham camp is too
long drawn out. The last dividend was
paid In Mar. being at the rate of 50
cents per share.
Estimated net earnings for the first
half of 1912 were placed by President
Chnnnins at slightly in excess of $300,
000. Copper prices have materially
improved einco that time, o course,
so that earnings from July 1 up to
tho time the property was shut down
on account of the strike must have
been proporlonately greater.
President Channlug has be?n at tho
property since the inception of tho
strike and Is expected to remain thero
until the trouble has been settled.
Parisians Find Rent a Burden.
Rents in Paris have Increased hear
Jly within the last decade. The num
ber of vacant dwellings is constantly
decreasing and many citizens fear that
within five or six yeas they 'will eith
er have to pay unbearably high rents
or move outside the city.
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October 12, 1492, date of the dis
i co very, of America ,by .Christopher
'Columbus 'the 'great' Italian navigator.'
' Data memorabile che dovrebbe es
sero scolplta con lettere dl oro net
,gtorno 11. jgrarX nayieanle Chrlstoforo
Colombo, scopri II nuovo mondo; im
'mortalizando con questo fatlo 11 sue
pome, o-quello dell'Italla. intern, Ad
D. P. ROSSI
These are the eloments to which
we owe our success.
Strength: In the consYrvairveTTare
ful management of the bank'saffalrs
by men of known Integrity 'and abil
ity. Resources: Capital, stockholders'
liability and a reserve fund that is
held for the protection of those who
deposit their money here.
Service: The courteous, prompt and
careful attention of every ofllclal or
employee of this institution to your
banking and business needs.
4 per cent on Savings.
THE BANK OF BISBEE
Advertisement. - 772.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has received the duplicate
assessment roll of the city of Blsbno
and warrant for collection of taxes,
and the same are now In my posses
sion, and that said taxes will be de
linquent on the third Monday in De
cember of 1912, and that unless paid
on that day, or prior thereto five per
centum will be added thereto as
penalty; that the place at which pay
ment of said taxes shall be made Is
the office of the undersigned In the
City Hall, Blsbee, Arizopa.
Dated Oct. 2, 1912. Advertisement,
B. T. WATKINS.
City Marshal and
To the Stockholders of the
Heflfern Mining: & De
velopment Company .
who have not paid in their assess
ment, who hold stock not transferred
in their name, who have loaned
money on stock, etc., can exchange
their stock, share for share. In tho
reorganization of the company by pay
ing the assessment on their stock of
one cent per sbare. The money can
be pa:d to Albert Dahlberg, stopping
at Victoria Hotel, Brewery Gulch.
Call on me between 3 and 6 p. in
ns I will be In during those hours, of
Blsbee or to Mr. Albert Heffera, Bos
392, Doufjlas, Arizona within thirty
days from date. Tho stock will not
be recognized unless this assessment
is paid upon their stock when the
company is reorganized. Send money
by draft, postal or express money or
der or restored mail. Advertise
ment Yours respectfully,
755. ALBERT HEFFERN
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