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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, AVEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER G, 1912
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SPOTS SUFFRAGETTEs
Said a .onrtn prominent In the
ll liL" r"l" Lf. ftf. C0"V.try.?5 ?l
WetfSd in Wand Uut through ' bor j " ,", c, I' '."J'J4'
lemlnlnty. that subtle. Inborn obarm j "her! are ,33 Pfeclncts ln the c,t
whloh has made her man's maBler NClA vr. .. . u-.i0i
through these many centuries.' IUNFW ?rn ' fc ..u T !? ,!
Whether little Harold, the four year ' Chairman MCCombs of the democrat!,
old son of a prominent resident of ' c.on"ded a R"velt v'ctrv ' "
Warren ever heard this btatement is '
ery doubtful. anjay. Harold hue .., , , . ..
ideas of the "proper sphere ot omen" ' , BSTON'. Nov- 5-WNson's strength
that are distinctly his own. Harold "Boston exceeded that of Roosevelt
was sitting playing ln the wind -on the and Ta,t co'mb(l"ed' e la-tter tw aL"
WH district of Warren when-a lady
from a nearby house St-nuM W' nn '
from a nearby house stepped out' on
the-porch and started to. Whistle 'for ,
fher dog which was some distance .
1 down the road.
-rhi'. f,nn, t,t . - I
- .uj vuub tuiA Huwaai
! to do. remarked the youngster, "I I
1 Ivt ehes a suffragette.'
ATTENTION ELKS,
t Special meeting for Initiation
j Thursday. N'ov. 7th., S p m
i J. M. BALL. E R.
K 1! COX, SEC .
Advertisement. 439.
A Big Saving for the Woman Who
Purchases One of These Suits at
You will find difficulty in believing that there is not -omi mistake tha
has resulted in this offering of Tailored Suits at $12 15 bo original aro
the styles, so evident is the quality, even to the most casual observer
Hade of fanc mixed casslmeres in gray and tan. and Navy Serge The
Jackets are extremely modish, 32 inches long, not elaborately trimmed,
but .fanltlessl cut? and finished, lined throughout with a good quality ot
satin Suits that jou'd consider good value at $20 prued in the Basement
store at ?!2.4i".
Messaline and Serge Dresses
Templinely Low in Price
Dresses o' Mpssaline Silk and Naty and Brown Serge Str.ctly tailored
models in the most attractive styles of the season. ery simple In design,
with the straight slender lines that make the one-piece dresses feuch beau
tiful apparel when they are really well fashioned. Some have lace yokes,
others trimmed with braid and fancy buttons. You'll And the new Robes
pierre xollar on some of those made of raessallne.
The offer represents a splendid assortment of dresses and the saving
is really one worth while Choice for $9 95.
Long Black Plush Coats
Easily Worth $20 Special
How ruam women aie going to do without thai endlessly useful separate
coat, when the 'in -ecure a well made and ultra fashionable garment for
$13 HO Heres a f!ianc for an extraordtparj Coat BARGAIN made of
Black PI'ish with la-te shawi coll. r and turn 1 ack cuffs of Astrakan clotn.
lined throrght ut wth satin, and i .stening with three lare fane) buttons.
JJt the coat for seiicral sen ice morn ng noon 'nd night Special at $13 00
each
Street and IJJ045
Dress Hats P-
We hae a most magnificent dis
play of M.llinerv in the Basement
and all remarkable alues Take a
look at these hats priced at $3.45,
they compare anrabl with hats
sold elsewhere at J." and $0 There
is a anetv ot stle-, n ost becom
ing phapes all rashionaoly and at
tractivel trimmed
A Remarkable
,M65-
100-Piece Dinner Set
Trimmed With Gold in Wreath Design
The scope and usefulness of our ' ulna and Glassware store in the Basement could at no tirafc be better
demonstrated than now. Oprs ? a stock that the tastefuj housekoerer and the economical minded wo
man both like to roam through- hey find it a source oT pleasure to come here, an pricings are on a most
conservative hasls. In fact, thei '.re not to be matched
This 100-Plece Dinner Set pr'-ed at $7 45 Is trily representative of the remarkable bargalne It affords
-and no woman whose china, do et needs replenishes can afford to Ignore this offer. There are exactly
100 pieces In this set, of good quai'ty porcelain china neatly and attractively decorated ii gold fa wreath
deign. A good value at $12.50 Specially piiced at $7 43.
BeerTankardd? 1 95
!$1
& Six Steins
Oue large china Tankard. 1C
inche high, ax steins to match,
decorated In flowpr and foliage
pattern, so skillfully and artistic
allt.dono that It closely resembles
thesojialneihand work,-worth rcg-uilrlrJo-snecJal
at flfr
;EARLY INDICATIONS
OF THE ELECTION
0
Pace
(Continued froraJPage 1)
ST. PAUL, Nov. 5The first
pre.
". u.iu.n3 w. va rr.vCU
b Ta,t ,our ear a9v The demo-
cratlc "Jmlnee made a
ver ,th.e vte flWen Bryi
Complete returns of the
sllght gain
3ryan In 1903.
city showed
Roosevelt. 21,548: Taft 21,177: Wil-
.. .
'"" -"""'
JACKSON, Nov. 5. The democratic
majority In Mississippi is estimated
at about 105,000.
BALTIMORE, Nov. 5. The News,
progressive, concedes Maryland wil!
I gu to wiiiun Dy a plurality o1 it,ww,
which says the meager; returns from
50
ple5
Messaline
Petticoats
sample 'ine of Waists made ol
Messalinp and Net over soft silk.
Some art plain tailored, others hae
fanc 'ace and medallion yokes, the
newest of this season's models It
wou'd be hard to duplicate them
outside the f'asement Store for less
than $" but wr ve marked them at
$2 nc.
$995
$195
Value in Decorated Dinner Ware
Lead Blown 50
:$2!
Goblets Doz
Here ar genuine Lead Blown
Ghws Goblets for less monej than
you ordinary pay for common
tumblors, they're hand-cut In sun
burst pattern, with three Inch
stem, two sizes, 5oz. sfee at $2.50
per dot., 7pz size for $8 per dOz
MAIN STREET
4SS&&& (&&Bl&
the state indicate It will be largely
Increased by the voe of the counties.
Roosevelt Is running a good second.
LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 5. Gov. Wil
son carried Arkansas by 60,000 ma
jority. DES MOINES, Nov. 5. Estimates
Kt S o'clock frqm seen scattered
counties out of ninety-nine ln the
state give Roosevelt an estimated ma
jority' of 1550.
OMAHA, Nov. 5. Senator Hirscfa.
cock, democrat, Issued a statement at
9 o'clock claiming Nebraska for Wil
son by 35,000.
NEW YORK, Nov. 5: Chairman
Wllllam Barnes, Jr, of the republican i
state committee, shortly before seven
o'clock tnlght made a statement that
Wilson will carry New York state by
a plurality of between 100,000 and 150r
000.
NEWARK. Nov. 5 Meager returns
rorr widely scattered p'eclncts Indi
cated at 10:30 o'clock tonight
thatlof
Wilson carried his own state of Newl0f
Jersey by a safe plurality.
AUSTIN,
democratic
elected.
Tex., Nov.
nominees In
5. All the
Texas were
PORTLAND, Nov. 5: The success
of the democratic electoral ticket In
$12
Wine
Set
75
Giass Wine Set, con
sisting of Tankard
decorated in grape
design !n natural
colors, and six -long
stem glasses to
match, worth $2 "0
per set, special at
$17
i Water Set
;$3sVal.For
$2
25
uiass water set, donslstlng of
one lare pitcher add six ery
thin, lead blown, eight ounce bell
shaped tumblers tr. match, hand
cut in sunburst pattern. The price
we ask is about half you'd have
to pay i notlier stores, per set
$2.25.
J
$T45
SZEDO
Maine which gives Wilson and Mar
shall six votes In the electoral college
was Indicated by returns at 10 o'cl6ck
from. three-faurths of. the state. .At
that hour, Wilson had 44,444 a plurali
ty or 4481 over Roosevelt and 16,861
over Taft.
BOSTON, Nov. 5: Indications with
half of the state tabulated were that
Massachusetts favored today the dem
ocratic candidate for president for the
first time In Its history. Governor
apparently was reelected by an In
creased plurality. Incomplete re
turns from sixteen congressional dis
tricts shewed democrats have made
gains.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 5. Regis
trator of vote's Harr Zemansky, es-
tlmated Wilson will carry San Fran-
Cisco by 30,000 plurality.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 5. Nine
hundred and fifty-four districts out ol
6593 in Pennsylvania gave Taft 55,
633: Wilson 51,029; Roosevelt 51,374.
DES MOINES. Nov. 5. On a halls
returns from 131 oreiincts outside
p0k county. Roosevelt leads Wil-
con in Iowa by 25,000
NEW YORK, Nov. 5. New York
State will cast its 45 electoral votes
for Wilson for president; Congress-
I man William Sulzer Is elected Gov
ernor. k iu.iu o cic-k tonigni oniy
about two-thrds of the up-state dis
tricts and about half of the el'y' dls"
triets were counted. Upon these re
turns, republican Chairman Barnes
conceded that WMson had carried the
state by about 100,0C0, while demo-
cra'ic state Crairman palmer claimed
Wilson will have a plurality of 250,-
IKiU.
PITTSBURG, Nov. 5. Special re.
turns to the Pittsburg Leader, Sena
tor Flynn's paper, give IIS districts
in Allegheny county out of 685;
Roosevelt 11,284: Wilson 5207: Taft
5911.
NEW YORK. Nov. 5. Chairman
Dixon, of the progressive party, short
ly after 8 o'clock, said Col.' Roosevelt
would carry Illinois by 100,000 and
indications were that Vermont will go
for Roosevel1.
CHICAGO. Nov. 5. Indications at
7 o'clock are that Col. Roosevelt will
carry the state outside of Cook
county by 90.000.
OYSTER BAY, Nov". 5. Col. Roose
velt carried Oyster Biy, his home
town, by a plurality of 292. The vote
for Roosevelt was 510, Wilson 218
and Tr.ft 67. The Colonel's own elec
tion district voted Roosevelt 331;
Wilson 86; Taft 28.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 5. The Wash
mgton Times, Frann Munsey's pa
per, concfdes Wilson's election "by
a tremendous sweep'
TEXAS AS USUAL.
AUSTIN. Tex.. Nov. 5 Abilene
county complete, Wilson 735; Roote
velt 13; Taft 24: Debs 49; Chahn
none. Gov. Colquitt 731, Lassiet 16;
Johnson 34; Andrewr 49.
EAGLE PASS, Nov. 5. Complete,
Wilson 132; Rooievelt 54; Taft 19;
Chafin, none; Dtbs r6ne.
Gov. Colquitt "96; Lassiet 56; John
sen 109: Andrews, none.
KERVILLE, Nov. 5 Complete.
Wilson 204; Roosevelt 30; Taft 36;
Debs, none: Chafm, none Gov. Col
quitt 210; "Lassiet 29; Johnson 36;
Andrews, none
BEEVILLE, Nov. 5 Complete. Wil
ton 20; Roosevelt 30; Taft 36; Debs
none; Chafin none. Gov. Colquitt
273; Lassiter 33; Johnson 17; An
drews 28.
HOUSTON, Nov 5.-96 precincts
out of 40s give Wilson 9365; Ta't
830; Rooievelt 730; Debs 429; Chafin
; for governor Colquitt 473; Lassi
icr 601: Johnson, none.
GEORGIA DEMOCRATIC.
ATLANTA. Ga., Nov. 5, Wilson
carries this state by an overwhelm
irg majority.
MISSISSIPPI DEMOCRATIC.
JACKSON, Miss, Nov. 5. Wil;on
carries Mississippi by a great major-
I ity.
! CINCINNATI, Nov. '5. Five
I clnds give Taft 477; Wilson
pre
393,
Roosevelt 165.
i ov prct-iucis in imio give imi u.'.
Wilson 23,203; Roosevelt 1057; 12
in -i , Ai-t- , Y-. ,,o,
reminds in city or Cincinnati lau
103; Wilson 489; Rooievelt 152.
Arkansas 5 out of 6 wards In Hot
Springs give Wilson 579; Ta't 18;
Roosevelt 243. Fourteen wards in
Little Rock out of 35 give Wilson 2,
199; Roosevelt 783; Taft 452. Jaccc-
way 2511. Remmel 927.
Scattering returns indicate Wilson
elected by large majority and demo
cratic congress.
Reurns from forty precincts out of
290 in New Hampshire give Taft 3445;
Wilson 3111; Roosevelt 1527. Scattei
Hg 197. Hartford, Ccnn, 67 townc
out of 168 Wilson 49,847; Ta't 42,964;
Roosevelt 22,405.
WILSON WINS IN LOUISVILLE
LOUISVILLE. Ky Nov. 5: Fifty
two precincts In the city and county
give Wilson 809 majority.
SULZER ELECTED
NEW YORK, .Nov. 5, 11 p. m -The
Sun flashes Sulzers election.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 5, Scatter
ing returns from the election dis
tricts in the wards In Philadelphia,
usually carried by republican leaders
snow Taft is leading by about two to
one over the combined vote (of Wil
son and Roosevelt. Up to 9 o'clock'
no returns were received from the
An excellent opportunity for young
man to learn saddlery and harness
trade, -will be llborally paid for all
work done, alio $1 a day extra for
delrerlnir naners for four hours daily.
r!onda.rs off. Inquire Review office
Advertisement 4it.
reform wards. In the state outside ot
Philadelphia but the first returns
thowed Wilson was leading strongly.
FOSS LEADS WELL
BOSTON, Nov. 5: 367 out of 1102
precincts In Mass. including all except
eight Boston precincts. Fots, demo
crat 65021; Walker, republican 35303;
Bird, progressive 31429.
LOOKS GOOD FOR TEDDY
CHICAGO, Nov. 5: Associated
Press says, at 7:20 p. m. the indica
tions are that Roosevelt will carry
Illinois outside Cook County by 9000.
If returns corns In at the present ra
tio. UNCLE JOEBEATEN
NEW YORK, Nov5: The Sun says
Uncle Joe Cannon Is defeated for con'
gress.
HAS CLEAR MAJORITY
NEW YORK, Nov. 5:-TfiF"Assoef.
ated Press says that national chair
man McCcmbs of the democratic na
tional commmittee at 7 o'clock says
New York state will" exceed expecta
tions and that the entire" state will
give Wilson greater Vote than the
combined vote of Taft and Roosevelt.
McCOMBS CLAIMS BIG VICTORY
NEW YORK. Nov. 5: Chairman
McCombs of the de nccrattc national
committee annqunced shortly after
9 "clock tonight 'the TlcWrf for "Wil
son Is complete.-' He said Witeou Car
ried Massachusetts, Maftip. Connetl--ut,
Maryland and New Jersey and all
of the south, '
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