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THE BTSBEE DAILY REVTEW.BTSBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 36, 1912.
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Note the Perfect Fit
and the reinforced heels and toes.
Af are characteristic of
Iron Clad Hosiery
but the picture does not ihow the fine Itxhnt
nor the n'ttf niA nor the. 'tpecii! twUt'
which give tuch wonderful strength
and durability to
them and guarantee
would be pleased to
abow you the goods
IRON-CLADS in all colors, BLACK, TAN, NAVY
GREY, etc. In
25 cents a pair and 35 cents, 3 for $1.00
ALSO-MED. WEIGHT and LIGHT WEIGHT CASH
MERE 25 and 35 cents pair.
WORKING SOX for the M1NES-SPEC1ALLY priced
S5 cents per dozen and $1.25 per dozen
Schwartz Bos. Go.,
The Safe Place . Main Street
Fight for Presiding Officer
of Lower House on Hand
and Special Election
Will Be Held
SAY COCHISE ENTITLED
t 1? r-irreiitiy reported anions local
li.lltlela.-s tjiat Governor Hunt will
I make soma .kiwi of announcement
early next well relative to the tiult-h-
I talked-of special session of the. legis
lature, which hnngs over the Arizona
I political sanation like the IMlknn war
I cloud. The- announcement will pie
cipltafc twq state-wide political fights
' If Uie announcement contains definite
announcement' of a special session.
, First and closer to the people will
bo a big fight for the house speakjr-
, ship, which will ho made vacant by
tho resignation, of Sptuker Sam Ilrad-
i nor. of -Itenson. Incidentally a howl is
going np from the taxpayers of the
county at the prospect of having to
play $3,000 .for a stecal election
merely becauso Ilradner wanted to
Against So Many Surgical Op
and Mrs. Moore Escaped.
Sikeston, Mo. "For seven years I suf-1
f ered everything. I was in bed for four
or five days at a time
every month, and so
weak I could hardly !
walk. I cramped and '
had backache and
headache, and was '
so nervous and weak
that I dreaded to see
anyone or have any- 1
one move in the room.
The doctors gave me I
medicine to ease me
at those times und said that I ought to
have an operation. I would not listen to
that, and when a friend of my husband '
told him about Lydia E. I'inkham's Veg- '
e table Compound and what it had done j
for his wife, 1 was willing to take it.
Now 1 look the picture of health and feel I
like it, too. I can do my own housework, ,
I hoe mv carden. and milk a cow. I can '
make sure of a b. Bradner or , cnU.rta-m company and enjoy them. "I
Vourse acted OS uny .other mortal ., v;.it ,,, T hlQ nit wn a .-
Brief Local Items
Army Band Concert Soon.
Tty; Ninth Cavalry band, which is
considered one of the liest in the
country will give a concert in Warren
Park on Saturday afternoon followlu
Thanl.-sglvlng. The Ninth Cavalry
band has been favorably received
wherever they have been heard and
a treat Is therefoiv? in store for all
who hear them.
representation of attorneys
defenso that Its main witness,
Randall, of Douglas, was out of
State. Ionard's bond of $1,500 was
continued In force until the time ot
the preliminary. It is expected that
the case Will be set for one day next
Invltcd to Play Polo.
The El Paso army men are expect
ing to hold a polo tournament on
lionies in the tiear future and they
have asked the members of tho "Ninth,
cavalry to send a competing team.
Although some of the best riders in
the United States army aro among
Troop B., stationed at Warren, it Is
unlikely that a team will be sent from
Lieut. Robinson Injured.
Second lieutenant John A. Robin
son, of the Ninth cavalry, was ser
iously hurf Tuesday by being caught
In a guidj wire while speeding on his
tharger. He was thrown to the
yrojiwtvand received severe bruises
.aKout tnkv right knee, head and back.
lie is mV in an Improved condition.
Park Leased for Came.
The football- nine of the Country
club has leased the Warren Park for
Sunday morning 'preceding Thanks
giving and for Thanksgiving morn
ing, whn they expect to play the
crack team from Cananea. On Thanks
giving afternoon two Soccer teams
will play a game.
Provide Attractive Features.
Jtesplendcnt in its coat of sree'.i
and white, which was finished yes
terday. the new band stand at I.6-
well makes a very attractive appear
ance. It Is intended to give band
concerts there every Sunday after
noon, weather permitting. This is
only one of many features the busi
hyW iPlerests of Lowell are project
ing to draw the people to the down
Yesterday's Hotel Arrivals.
U the Copper Queen hotel: E. J.
Henderson. Tucson- J. W. Dietrich,
San Francisco; G. Ganz. New York;
C. C. Ialricli, Denver; Hazel Miller,
San Francisco; A. P. Munter, New
York; L. H. Gadsby, San Francisco,
C. Cepon, California; B. A. Jennings,
Douglas; C. W. Henry, San Francis
co- A. It. Stansel, New York; H. U.
Whitaker. El Paso; Dr. E. Martlner.
El Pabo; Parker L. Woodman. Phoe
nix; W. Hill, Puoenix; Miss G. Mar
tin. Douglas; T. A. Martin. Douglas:
C. I Duval!, San Francisco; A. M.
Merger, El Paso; W H. Forbes, El
l'aso; Mr. and Mrs. Consadine, New
York: A. C. Cole, Cananea; C. E. Min
or: Gordon McKImbal, J. C. Rlghter.
Jr., V. S army, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Bennett; W. J. Grigg. Los Angeles.
would have done, for even the monkey
In the jungle does not release tiU
foothold until bU tall is ecnrely
I wrapped around the limb of an ail
Can Hold But One Office
I If the attorney general could have
. . hurried up his decision In the .matter
lOr tn5 nf , ollirlMllx nf nn.ln 1 ant
Dr. i as state representative after having
U,e ' accepted an office of trust and profit
under the state administration, the
vacancy could have been filled in th
election Jnst held. But the mill of
constitutional law grinds slowly and
It was not until after election day that
the grlta ranie forth to tho effect that
no state official could occupy two
berths at the same time So Mr.
Bradner, according to his statement,
will remove his feet from lower No
t. and tuck them under the desk of
the secretaryship of tho lhe stock
Had the member occupied both
there would' no doubt have been a
bowl and ss It is there is a honl
There appears to bo no way out of
holding a $n.00O voting contest. It
will be great for tho politicians but
tlj units of the war munitions plant,
the pocket books of John Doe and
Richard Roe, the famous Common Peo
ple twins, already are exercislnx the
High School Dancing Party.
The senior class of the high school
will give a dance this evening at tho
as any ordinary woman, any day in the
month. 1 wish I could talk to every
suffering woman and Kirl." Mrs. Dema
BtTHUNE, Sikeston, Mo.
Murrayville, 111. " I have taken Ly
dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
for a very bad case of female trouble
and it made me a well woman. My
health was all broken down, tho doctors
said I must have an operation, and I was
ready to go to the hospital, but dreaded it
so that I began taking your Compound.
I got along so well that 1 gave up the
doctors and was saved from the . Dera
tion." Mrs. Ciuules Mooes, 'J P
Ho. 3, Murrayville, 1IL
HEAD 10 SPEAK HERE1
BKbee was not -cuf by Dr. A li
Wilde, president oi the Vnlvendty ot
Arizona, who lias Just concluded a
short sneaking tour of Cochise counn.
giving lectures at Douglas and Tomb-
ted right of protest.
Governor Will Not Interfere
The painful process of swallowing
the pill has been In progress for se
'era! days and the politicians have so
far out of respect bestitated to start
the iiolltical rumpus. There apocars
to be nothing on ubicli to hang tho
hone that the governor may ar'noint
Central school building In hono;- of' a successor to Hrailner and thus stop
the members of the Tucon higb the $5,000 purse-leak. The admitus
school football team, who will play tratlon opposition, how ever, would p
the local high school team on War- parently be glad to see the governor
ren held this afternoon. Tho dance) usurp the prerogative that appears to
hall has been decorated with the col-t liejong to tbo people, as tbey are sav
ors of the two schools i Of campaign thunder. It would give
. ! them something, they say, to couple
Association Football Meeting.
There will be a general meeting of
all the soccer fans of the Warren
district Sunday afternoon, at V
o'clock at the league's headquarters
in Brewery Gulch. Business of lm-'
portancc to tho league is to be con
sidered and all fans are requested to
sacred and constltutlonally-guaran '. stone The reason that the university
Nw Level at riggs.
.Intensive explorations are going on
sx the ,Briggs shaft of tue.Q. and A,,
and pre beds were found 'containing
rich-,'values The shaft will be sunk
200 f,eet and a new level will be es
tablished. The present low level Is
Lowell" SDlrit Wins.
. On the evening of the wedding at
th-Elks" bazaar, when lweii prov&j
such a snlendld. host, having attracted
the -largest crowd and-increased, the
coffers of the Elks with more than
J1S00, it Is Interesting to note that
nearlv thn whole town of Lowell was
presenL All the business houses, by
mutual agreement, closed tneir places
at 8 o'clock, thus giving their clerks
and customers a chance to be present
to aid In the celebration.
Putnam Lecture Enjoyed.
The lecture on 'The canal zone
given by Secretary E. A. Putnam of
tho Y. M. C. A. at the Y. W. C. A.
building Thursday evenng was large
ly attended and much enjoyed. Tne
lecture -was 'illustrated with photo
graphic views taken by Mr. Putnam
on the Isthmus and his talk had all
of tho charm of personal remlnlscense.
After .the lecture a social hour was
enjoyed by those present, Mrs. Ellin
wood and Mrs. Bledsoe acting as
hostesses for the association.
Leonard Case Postponed.
Tbo rase of the state against Leo
nard was postponed indefinitely yes
terday when It was called for a pre
liminary hearinn before Judge High
In the morning at 10 o'clock on the
Weights for Sealer Arrive.
The heavy weights belonging to the
testng apparatus of tho city sealer
of weights- and measures arrived yes
terdav and -were at once forwarded to
the office or 6tate inspector of
weights and measures at Phoenix to
be compared with the state standards.
Miner Is Injured.
A R- Evans, a miner employed at;
the ' Oliver, sustained, a dislocated
shoulder and bruises In a minor accl-.
dent last night and was taken, to th
S. F. S. F. DANCE.
Dance given by S. F. S. K. Sunday.
Nov ITtb, 8 p- ra. Admission $1.00.
Gur Pawson Fancy Nut
Is becoming more and more Recog
nized as the leading Domestic Coal
on the market. Try some at S1350
Per Ton Phone 284
Brophy Carriage Compasiy
with the auto-jierpetuatlon stunt thai
was used from the stump in the last
'Blsbee politicians agree that the
speakership should revert to Cochise
county but speculation has not pro
ceeded further than that The report
from Douglas that Parsons probably
would be a candidate to succeed Brad
ner as a member of the house w.vs
discussed by jx)lltltlons but comment
was non-committal. The fight for the l
Speakership apjars to be open at
this stage of the game.
Presidency of Senate
The other Interesting point of the
political situation Is the probable fight
over the presidency of the state sen-
atV Cunlff, the present president.
will of courso seek the honor again
but be.wlU-prottibly have opposition
even in the progressive household.
The Sduthwestern Stockman, a paper
party owned by Senator H. A. Davis,
or recent issue, contains a significant
utterance that may be construed &3 a
shadoft- of coming events. It is ob
served that: It 1 not improbable
that the service or lack of service In
behalf of the referendum measures
will contribute to the political for
tunes or misfortunes ot several men
prominent In the democratic party."
After patting those on the back who
championed the measures referred to
and pointing with pride to the record
ot Senator Davis, the editorial ob
serves pointedly: "President Cunniff
of tho state senate, who led the fight
against the submission of the suf
frage amendment and In opposition
to the mlper's lien law, finds his
courso repudiated." This observation
radiates significance when It Is known
th.it Senator Davis himself has had
his sbonbfers measured for tho toga
ot th senate presidency.
Graham May Be Elected
Coming tbek -to the house speaker
ship for thb nonce. It Is known that
friends of Ttllilo Graham, of Lowell,
who -was called upon a number of
times at the last session to preside
over house deliberations, have spoken
to him to sound him out as to wheth
er he will ask for the speakership.
His reply Is said to have been cautl
Some of these possibilities will
emerge from the cocoon state follovy
Ing the announcement of the ddmlnfs
questlon. The covernor Is known to
be against an extra Session during
tratlon attitude on the special session
this year and the question was placed
before tbo attorney general, who is
(expected lo give answer early next
president did not give his lecture he:e
wns that he Is scheduled to give a ,
lecture on thiee successive evenings !
here some time during the month of ,
This announcement was made yea-
terday by School Superintendent i
Chas. F. Phllbrook, who confe. red l
with Dr. Wilde Thursday when h
wan here for a few hour en route to
Will Lecture on Mining
The lecture, which will be deliver
ed in three sections, wilt be on min
ing and and especial invitation will
be given to mining men to hear t
The University president is an authu.
ity on the subject and the lecture will
constitute a liberal course in the
science of mining.
It has not been decided as yet wen
the lecture will be given except that I
it probabl) will bo early next month. !
The mining Industry, the principal j
one ot the state, is given due recog- j
nuton at me siaie university.
Jack Olmstead, ot the C. and A
engineering force, returned from an
extended trip to Courtland yesterday
Mrs. J. T. Hood is
Frank C. Bledsoe.
Mrs. 'M1. C. Spires' of Cananoa Is
1 expected to vist her Jistor, Mrs. It. U.
Coover, In the near future.
Walter Lanford who was hurt while
cranking his automobile and was tak
en to the Copper Queen hospital for
treatment is reported to be In a im
proved condition. Ho will be nble to
be out In a very few days.
E. S. Mardz. of the, Phelps Dodge
store in Lowell, Is back at his work.
He lias been absent for nearly a weeK
on account of Illness.
J. U Frazer. representing a moving
picture concern from Los Angeles, Is
visiting in Lowell.
W K. Flora, spent yesterday at
Tombstone on .business.
P. U Woodman, formerly mining
superintendent for the Copper Queen
r.f this city arrived In his automobile
from Phoenix seiterday. This Is Mr.
yobdmatCR nrst vjsit to the cltv
sfnA teavfiif !t last'1 snrinn.
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A. C. Cole, superintendent ot thrv
smelter at Cananea was n business
visitor in the city yesterday.
1 06 KJ
econd Day Sale
Suits For The Little Men
70R the benefit oi those who
have not attended this sale
of Boys' Suits, we wish, to call
your attention to the fact that
on occasions of this sort "we off
er you extra good values at a
big saving. In- this assortment
you will find styles and designs
that are sure to please your fancy.
So come in today for this is the
last day of the sale, and what
you save on your purchase will more than recom
pense you for your trip to the store.
Boys all wool knee pants Suits in a good range of
colors and designs. Sizes 7 to 17 years
Regular Price $600, $700 and $750 Now
Boys' knee pants good styles and good
cloths in all wanted sizes. Reg. price 75c Now
Yw? K f iHf
you ask for beer do not take a sub
stitute. Insist on having The Tann-
hauser Beer, the beer that is bottled at the
Brewery.) Delivered to you at $3. SO per case
If your grocer does not have it, call
Agents of the Copper City Brewing Co.
Elks Greatest BAZAAR
a nw iTi rrr i-ga
Will End Tonight
Gananea and Douglas are &omin&
bazaar and visiting his friend William
C. Johnson, of tho Central bar .
Parker Ij. Woodman, formerly Co
per Queen mine superintendent, ar
rived in tho city last night and Is a
guest at the Copper Queen Hotel.
B. A. Jennings of Douglas was a
business visitor in the city yesterday.
A. C. Cole and C. E. Minor of Can
nnea are in the (Sty. guests at tho
Copper Queen hotel.
C. E. Minor, superintendent of the
4 C's company of Cananea passed the
day In town.
W J Bennett and wife ot Benson
are recent arrivals at the Copper
i Frank a. uougias. oi tue ouieiwr
1 City, is in the city attending the Elks
County Attorney W. G. Gilmore
went to Douglas yesterday afternoon
after spending the day in Bisbee.
Mrs. Green, the mother of H. F.
Green, of Lowell, Is III of pneumonia
at the Copper Queen hospital.
The condition of Harry Anderson,
who is critically 111 of pneumonia at
his home at Coartland, was no better
25c lb. Live
All our Turkeys are corn fed and fat
A complere line of 'Mound City Paints and Berry Bros.
U. S. Hardware and Paint Shop
Next Door to Uncle Sam's Loan Office Main St.
BIG BANERS TO TESTIFY and some In New York. Subpoenas a I-
I ready have been issned for the wjt-
WASIUNGTON. D. C, Nov. 13: In nesses to caiIed ,carjy , thc hear.
responds to the summons of Chairman , inga John D Rockef0iier. J. Plerpont
Pujo, them emfcers of the House com- Morgan, George H. Baker, George W,
mlttee oa banking and currency are i Perkins andp radically evory flnsn
roundlng up here for a meeting to , cler prominent In New York banking
.complete plans for the future coarse .circles are expected to be questioned
of the Investigation Into the so-called by the committee in its efforts to db
money trust The hearings will be Hover whether as mall group of rich
resumed at an early date. Some of men has a controlling grip on the
the hearings will be held In this city j finances of the country.
A complete stock of Builders' materials, Tools of every II
description and the best makes, and cutlery. ,"'