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THE BISBEE DAILY REV TEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
Our Pre-Holiday Sale of Women's Garments
This morning we inaugurate our annual FRE-HOLIDAYafo of women's f VV" S!?F2? msm" Compare the garments with those you find elsewhere at the same prices.
Outer Apparel, Furs and Millinery. Garments of unusual' elegance and dF2d g Cp72lt4sW' We urge you to do this with the full assurance that there is none to
distinction at figures to astonish all. Hundreds of garments every IJrJlflfjJglsfjJJeB-f-y- PPM fi JJI compete. The stupendous bargain event for which hundreds of wpmen
one of which was selected with utmost care as to material, finish and fcj"'1" JT !. " t ','"'' wait, has arrived and the bargains are bigger than ever before' If O'ou
make. As to linings and trimmings you could" want no better. The Store That Gives Better Value are interested it is wise to act promptly.
Tailored Suits, Coats, Street Drislses, Evening Costumes and Millinery---the
Season s Newest and Best Styles, Fabrics and Colors at a FOURTH to a THIRD LESS than Regular Prices
Regular $15 Values
You will Hud difficulty in be
llevlng that there 1b not some
mistake that has resulted in
this offering of Serge' Dresses
at JU.S3, so original ere the
sty les. so evjdeiu is the, qual
ity even to the most casual
observer. Made of all-wool
Serge in brown. na and
black garments that hao
bold up to now for $10 00.
choice for JO 95
Regular $20 Values
The woman who secures one
or these beautiful dresses for
J'." will hate reaton t,o
congratulate herself. For
' here are dainty little Part
I Dresses of Silk and Chiffon.
and Street Dresses of Serge.
Aocliei-nes and Panama
Cloth Fashioned in a lie
v-ildering variety of graceful
and pleasing styles. Regular
$20 values Tor J12.S5.
Regular $25 Values
Dresses of Silk Aoeheunes
Grenadine. French Seige and
Messalme. They're made ia
the most attractive styles or
the season, including Fan
niere and Princess effects.
Not one of then' has hereto
fore sold for lees than $22 it)
and we have been very con
se'rvative indeed in fixing $2..
as the value of the I'esi of
themChoice for 516 65.
Exquisite Evening Costumes
$27.50 up to $32. 50 values, Special
This is oi. of the best (Ollectiors of dresses we hae ever offered ai this Ion jiff, and
it is an unusual opportunity io .-.cure a handsome Ker.ng uowu at a (sreat sawng Ma
tcrial include Messaliue, Silk Cb.tton Grenadine. Xe- and most favont- Wool abms
Dresses that lormerly sold for S-'T oil jp to 52 so choice for $19 93
Beautiful Party Dresses
$35 and $40 values Reduced to
The rani:e of ( hoirccis more limi'ed at this price than in au of the other lots The as
sortment inclndp about 15 Street and Part y Ures.ts in the most ffevtte new inouela
Materials Satin' Cuarm'euse, Crepe Meteor; Chiffon .end Messaline Itcguiar $J". and Sl
alues reduced to $2o.9a.
Quilted Japanese Robes j
V la- li 7- xf i ii
t : 'Af '' 1 . i Dl
V m- V- '
' 11s 'II! i-&
ft--' V one unti
Women's lmiorted silk quilted Hobcs. made of good
hu tjiia!"j Jal allege silk and lined with the wine
silk in i-oi.trastitiK i olor. with r-heet waddini; be
trteen an.i held In tilacr with machine siitchiug Yoi
hai urohahlv admired these in our show cases
an.! v. ill le glad of this opiortunity to purchase
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Mil P W Plli .1 i 1 tW I I i vSAAtfPk IE
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Reduced from $20
The utmost in alue giving
seems to hae been reached in
this splendid assortment of
Ta-lored Suits at $11.45. They
are made of Fancy Cussinieres,
Diagonal Worsteds. Mannish
Mixtures and Serges in smart
new sbadee of bnn. gray and
tan; Jackets ar lined throug
out with good quality satin
Suits that hae sold up to now
for $2"iiu .Choice for $11.45.
Reduced from $25
Here's a splendid assortment
of Tailored Suits that we have
repeatedly and truthfully ad
vertised as very sueoial a'.ues
at $25 and $22.50 and tfiey are
now marked at $18.45. The ma
terials Include Serges. Whip
cords, c'hevljts 'acd .Mixtures,
llanusomo specimens of ths
Tailor's art. The season's most
favored new models Your un
restricted choice for $1S.45.
Worth up to $35
Not a suit in the lot that could
be duplicated in any other store
for less than our regular sell
In? prices $3(1 and $U5. Garments
that buy'ers iave all season de
clared bargains at tho original
figures. Materials include every
mixture tbat is attractive, fine
serges and sturdy worsteds". In
numerable pretty styles to
choose frcm Your choice for
Women s Handsome Long Coats
ONE -FOURTH OFF REGULAR PRICES
How niauv v.cmcn are going to do without that endlessly useful separate Coat when they cau
bw one a FOl'KTH loss than its real value. Hero's a chance for Just such a saving, and, there's
not a single freakish stylo in the assortment, oen the most novel and striking garment show-in-;
good ta:e in design, fabric and trimming. Full let.gth Coats made of Broadcloth, HJack
I'nish. fnuey Mixtures in light and" dark bhad es of gray and Ian. Serge3 and N'r-veltV Cltak
ings. Take your chece of our entire stock and pay ONE-FOCRTH less than the price marked on
the sale tag.
$12 50 Coats Reduced to $9.35
$15.00 Coats Reduced to ...811.25
$ 18.50 Coats Reduced to .813.85
$20.00 Coats Reduced to S15.00
$25.00 Coats Reduced to .. .'.$18.75
$27.50 Coats Reduced to 820.65
$30.00 Coats Reduced to . . .$22.50
$35.00 Coats Reduced to . . . .$26.25
n ., ; 7 4- A Q;lh V;
VUILLGU. tlin. I.llivyf ivvJ
Regular $6.00 A
Values, Special P"
There is nothing ir.ore beaut ltttl or 'nor" desirable or'
comfortable for -vear about tnt- house than oi.e ot tl.eSe
pretty uuilted laiuuife Kimonos. There is onli a
liimieil niiint'er anl now tliat ih , nc la been re!
I they "ill 11 in a hurry i. va:.ie- lor 1
I u . i e
Take Your Choice Of Our Entire Stock Of Fall
And Winter Millinery And All You Pay Is
,tiid complete it. For )unt
I'atte'n Hats, t-ouic :rom
MANY A WOMW WHO 'HOOSKS A NEW SI' IT OK A D RF.SS- IN (he sale mrntioucl above will awaken alrih to the necessity of a hat 10 ro. ,;
ini! needs we art- otierini: our entire remiimni: stock of Fall and Winter Milliuery at exactly HALF-PRICE. Included are Street Hats, Ilre-ts Hats jm!
and others trmn the haiius ol our own .nimitable artists.
Our Chief e-oncern m, living the women of llisbee smarter styles, a better selection and Letter values than they can possibly obtain in any o'her reputable milliuery store in the
Southwest Choose todav and all you pay is ON F. HALF th e orifinal selling price.
M Black Velvet Shapes $49
Newest Styles, worth $7.50
T'i s i the first Cut-price sale this season o!
these beautiful IJIack Velvet Hats. Large. Medium
itnd small shapes Such graceful, becoming styles
that ihey peed but a touch of trimming to make
m ready to wear $7.."i values for $4.'.t5.
$5.00 Hats, Now ...$2.50
$6.50 Hats, 'Now ...83.25
$.?0 Hats, Now . ..$3.7o
$S.50 Hats, Now . . .84.25
Reg. $10.00 Hats, Now . . .$5.00
Reg. $12.50 Hats, Now . . .$6.25
$15 00 Hats, Now $7.50
$1S.50 Hats, Now $9.25
$20.00 Hats, Now $10.00
$2C0 Hats, Now $12.50
$30.00 Hats, Now $15.00
$35.00 Hats, Now S17.50
(Paradise Birds $174
Regular $25.00 and $27.50
This .s the first opportunity you have had t6 buy
Para-Use ilirds for less than their real value.
th! have per! m heads, lull breast and finest
quality pluniace. They have sold up to now for
'..'". 5.1 "ii anil j,.'i, ana gooa aiuc at nun.
Choice for $17.15.
Women's Misses' And Children's Sweaters . ONE FOURTH OFF
SF.CONIl FLOOR 'K l.
tjlRK TO PLEASE YOI
TAKE A LI
NO ONE NOWADvYS YOl'NG OR OLD. CAN AFFORD 1 O HE WITHOUT SWEATER COAT. IT IS NECESSARY IN THE WVRIHtOIIE ON Ol "R
A LARGE WIJ VARIED STOI K OF ALL THAT'S LATEST VXD REST IN SWEATERS FOR WOMEN. MISSES AND -HI I.IIRKN QUALITIES ARE
VANTGK OF Ol P. LARGE STOCKS AND THESE SPECIAL SALE PRICES
Misses and tniidren s fc.ru sweaters tor ; . .Sl.So j v'omen s 5?o.00 Sweaters Kcduced to 5j.o
Misses' and Children's $2.00 Sweaters for ' SI. 50 Women's $6.50 Sweaters Reduced to S4.85
Misses' and Childien's 83.0 Sweaters foi 82.65
Misses and Children's $4.00 Sweaters for , .82.95
Women's $8.50 Sweaters Reduced to $6.35
Women's $10.00 Sweaters Reduced to .87.45
SW i. o r py.
l ! fl' $
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LIFE IN CALIFORNIA: 13 VISITING OANANEA AFTER 6AMBLERSI OF SUNDAY SCHOOLS
Finds Lost Man Near
Ontaria, California, in
The Umely arrival of Jokn Hughes,
division superlatendeat of tho Copper
Queea CoBsolidated Mining coiajny.
of this cHy at a point near Ontario,
California last week, probably saved
Cie We of J. B. Smith, of Corona CaL
According to reports jnPhoeslx pa
pers. Hushes, together with his son,
as raaklBg a tour of CaHfornia anJ
had arrived at a polat near Ontar'o.
ob the Ios AngeleB road, when lie
found Smith, who was Hearly dead
from hunger and exposure- Smitn
bad taken the wrong road and baJ
heea Iot for mere than two dayg. He
was takeRitoiOitrto In. the IiUKfis
car and.Iater stated 'that, 'but' for W
helBB few ml Sy Hk1u-. -he would
tare perished in the desert. .
'Judged, by Written Woffc, '
' Too dontt know .a -"wOBJan uBtZ
ou haTe 'had a- letter ,irom 'her."
Tenderhooks ," ty Ada Veyinon.
i """" - "''"' '
Output of Copper in Big
Mexico Camp was Record
Breaker Last Month
W. It. Thornton, president ot tJjc
Greene Consolidated Copper company
arrived In Douglas yesterdav moraine
and was met there by l)r. I O.
Rlckettg and' taken on to Canane.i.
President Thornton is making one of
hfH occasional lsits to the Cananea
property. 'df Jwhlch he Is the head.
Dr. Rickett. who was In Risboo
Slonday night. Mated tbat the copjier
output at Cananea is now greater
than it ever was before and that dur
ing the month of iNo ember the pro
duct amounted to S.500.000 oiin..
The camp id now in a normal condi
tion and no further concern is Xelt
on account , of revolution tioubii
which tltirfhs- the ist year dmtu.b
cd indastry more or less at times.
Beth Wers Learning.
"I never had sbj- lde that one had
to- learn, to 'much aften'raarri'- My
Emily Is'Uaralng to'cook a"nd I am
learning locatl" LustlgeiiUaetter.
Deputy Shtrifftt Hams Ar
rests Men Caught Hiaying
Game of Poker
Cochise County Was Well
Represented at Tucson
Friday and Saturday
mountains or on the deserts, in ihe
effort tn net a complete list
W c. Pearce of Chicago, associa'e
general secretary of the International
Sunday school association, who v. s
In Tucson to address the teachers on
The Meaning ot the Modern Sunday
School Movefent," and other 'i'
jects. said (that the teacher is ihe
hlne upon which the Sunday school
The lifteeBth annual convention Cf , ,"" la 8a,d by "Ioal autl.or
the Arizona SundV School assocla-, ,tle8- Ile continued that 15 per cunt
tlon was held, in Tucson tot dV , Z?ZX'n&
and Saturday.. -The. attendance was equipment and 85 per cent on the
good from many aeetions of the teaeher. The Sunday school is tho
George Day. H. Mayler. T. Campbell. Btate. Those who attended from .o-, teaching service of the church and
Reports from Dcuglas state that
iieputy Sheriff Charles Harris got
busy yesterday morning, as per orders
from Sheriff Wheeler, and commenced
a campaign to stop card playing In
public places in Douglas. He arrested
C A. Hillman. T7 A. Holden and P. S.
Seward, whom he found nlaying poker
In the Pony Cigar store on (1 Avenue.
Judge K'ce held the men for appear
ance at a date to be nxed later when
chise county were: Mrs. K. M. Dur-1 aflouiu ranK co-ordinately wllh th
ley. of Lowell; Mrs. M. K. Gage, ot i preacfilnK 8erlc- The International
ninucti flLuuui uaHiK imtti ( iiiiif; in
Hlefeee; Mrs. K. A. Putnam, Mrs. J. A.
Jtockefellow. Mrs. V. J. Iemarest
uuee ui -a ii.iie iu ue mm iwiei tieii - - -- - -i
the .lisinrct ai-otney eai. be present, a1"1 Ml Henrietta Rockefellow. of
HarrU says Ue iaw no money ctaage umueiuiie. am u. .. wi, -.
hands but -.hat chips vcre being u?'ed. j Caroline Taylor. Miss I- ifcigles. Miss .
Harris says tiiat he shall' proceed, to i Griffith Ingles. Douglas: -,,
arrest all parties found r.b.yirigkpoker! - That Arizona has 11.009 Sun,Jay
300,OCO Bridge 'or St John
'n'tfcc haUions. or any ether game of
Unele Pennywlse Says:-
"We shaald al. study, Ue'oarVrs of
our. great nen. a good walajto get
on' an lnvestlgaUng commlfteo.
J. , S-.
school pupils in 218 sohools was th) St. John. X. llDec. 2. Bids cloeed
repoft of the convention. Tho r-' with the Provincial Government to
pert wa mai by Secretary O- R- J 'lay for the creation of the new traffic
Crate nl Phoenlr. The ftcunris MMed i and street railway, bridse to connect
on reports from 113 -school pnd. anl Het and West SL John. The bridge
estimate far .thp.'.-rt- ySgprelary LwiiUcostjOter 3W,0W and will be tho
Craig'tiasbeen diligent in hunt1ng.-or thijflong spandral arch hedge In tho
Sunday sokools hidden" away -la tho world.' '. !
FIGHTING NEW LAW
Concerted Action of Local
Officers Throughout State
' ' Ask for Injunction
Together with committees of pre
cinct officers throughout the state., a
committee of Cochise county precinct
officeholders, headed by Coastable C.
X. Thomas, have started a flght
against the recently iasscd law which
provides that all precinct offices shall
becomo vacant on January 1.
It it. clalmetl that the recently
passed taw is unconstitutional, law
yers have been engaged and they have
stated that the law cannot be put Into
effect In order to obtain concerted
action in fighting the law, j he commii
teesiwill hlro attorneys to- bring ,r
straining slte agajnerjaei tVeral
county boards from1)a?nK.anypra.'
oinct offices vaeant
- To' thfcl end funds, aro LeiBg raised
to -y'-ior tW ceiiaiel. In a eirelr
letter pflt out by the local coaimlt
tee it Is stated that, should eupb. pre
ofnet donate 31-3 per eet of one
lnonth's salary, a fund amply suffi
cient to hire uuoruevh to fight thj
law will thus be raised. The cam
paign to raise Puidr will be vigorous
ly pushed as suit must be brought be
fore December 1j. Should the fund
raised amount to more than Is re
quired the balance will be returned
pro rata to all subscribers'.
GOOD ROADS MAIN TOPIC.
CHICAGO, Dec. 2. Tho subject of
good roads, both stato and national.
Is to be tho principal topic ot discus
sion tt the eleventh annul.! convention
of the 'American Automobile associa
tion whfch opened here today at tho
Auditorium hotel foi a session of two
days. The aso(iat!ou was formed iu
this city in Marclt 1902 and many of
the founders and former officers ot
the organization are among thoe pres
ent at the present gathering. The na
tional organization now . compntei
forty-four' state bodies and ."i loU
clubs and Is In a flourishing condition.
Vnder the stimulating, influence of.
he staler organisations many- states
have'KpetitMa'rge sains for'thebuIIeHag
and improvement of roads and at the
present eonvuption steps will be con
sidered, to vxlewf'tho propaganda for
good roads to the 'states which bao
not yet taken any steps in that direc
tion. The convention will closes to
morrow with the annual banquet.
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