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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
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,Ve always shoy a large
and complete line of RE
GALS - the medium
priced low profit line.
New Ones Here Now
in street shoes and in the
Regal High Top Boots
. V $7.50 '
A boot that will surprises
you for wear in these
mines as well as on top.
Below - we show the
new low toe model
this is extreme but some
customers want it if
so, we have it for you.
CRISPIN MODEL g
Regal Shoes reflect the
new style -developments
months earlier than other
This CRISPIN MODEL has
all the characteristic lines and
touches of the London two
guinea hand-made boot. Flat
sole, wide shank, low, flaring
right and left heels, moderate
toe. Tan Viking Russia and
Back of their fashionable exterior Is
s rugged -wearing power born of ster
ling leather and workman-like sewing
nh honest thread, as in all
Schwartz Bros. Go.
'The Safe Place'-MainSt.
Pegleg in Canan'a.
John Doc. the peg-leagcd negro
v,ho Lroke out ot the city Jail Suuda
night by digging the cbnfinln walls ot
his coll away, was reported seen la
Cananea yesterday afternoon where
he was begging alms from the passers
by. The police o fthe cit will not
Prosecute the caso .nj fnurther and
will allow him liberty as long as he
keeps dear of Blsbee.
TORONTO'S NEW HOCKEY. ARENA
TOHOSTO, Ofit, Dec 3 Toronto s
new, hockey arena, possessing the larg
est fcesur?ace on American continent,
is completed In every detail and will
be opened to -the public this week.
The building Is a fireproof structure of
stontV stel and concrete. The Ico sur
face is 00 reel by 85 feet. Seating
accommodations will be provided for
S,KK'spectators. The building will be
available not only for Ice sport tut
for' horse and automobile showB and
' OILMAN UP-TO-DATE.
U t Oilman, the well known Bis
Lee jeweler, has secured an expert
designer and Jewelry manufacturer.
After considerable correspondence
Mr Dan O'DonnelL, of New York, ac
cepted this position and has arrived
here. His presence now win do espe
cially appreciated by those in Blsbee
who may desire Jewelry of special and
original design for holiday presents
Mr ,GHman has a splenuld display of
holiday goods now ready for inspec
tion. Advertisement. -ii
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Every Woman's Comp!exion
is bound to show whether or not slie Is in good physical condition.
If thc complexion is muddy, the skin sallow; if pimples or skin
blemishes appear it is then attentwn most be Riven to improve
the bodily condition. There is one safe and simple vay.
Clear the- system .and, purify the blood with a few doses of
This well known vegetable family remedy is famous for tts power
to improve the action of the orcans of digestion and eliminat.on.
TheySrill regulate the bowel, stimulate the liver, tone the
stomach and you will know what it is to be free from troubles,
from headaches, backaches, lassitude, and extreme nervousness.
They wfll make you feel healthier and stronger m every way
By clearing your system of poisonous waste Becclmm's P.lls
vrill hove Bood effect upon your looks these they
Will Beautify and Improve
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U'A complete line ot Mound
CZAR DECIDES THAT HIS DAUGHTER OLGA-
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Czar Nicholas Is said to have made up his mind that In the event ot
the death of his son h's daughter, the Grand Duehesa Olgu. aged 16.
shall Inherit the Itusslan ihrore. The Czar's action In thus JcprlUng his
brother Crand Dnkp Mf-barl. of succession to the throne Is reported to
be due to his helif that the grand duke, on tho throne, would undo all
the reforms th--. N.'holas has brought about lu behalf of the people.
Discuss Party Matters and
Suggest a Meeting of
The meeting of the democratic cen
tral committeemen of the Warren
district was held at JLowell In the
ffice o' Justice George Smith last
Ight when discussions relative to the
rty Interests and the advisability
f a call for a meeting or the full
ounly committee v-as considered.
Arter sever.il plans were proposed
nd adopted, It was agreed that the
ounty committee should bo called at
Touclaa on or about December It
nd this action will be communicated
'o Chairman Hanklns.
Jt is expected tbit some definite
ictlon regarding the seekers or the
artj patronage wII be dlscucsed at
the county committee's meeting In
Douglas. The meeting last night was
held on a call of Vice Couaty Chair
man M J- Sullivan.
THIRD "TITANIC BABY"
Lit'le Miss Born to Voman Widowed
CLEVELAND, Dec 3. A telegram
ot congratulation from Sirs. John Ja
cob Astor received today by Mra.
Adefe Nazrallah. humble member of
the local Syr'jn colony, wh was wld-.
owed by the Titanic disaster and lias
Just become a mother.
Her's Is the 'third "Titanic" baby,
the' second being a child lorn to Mis.
Luclen 1. Smith, at Cincinnati.
The third "Titanic" babj Is a girl.
Cake Twenty-Five Yea-s Old.
A veteran baker of Qulncy, Masa,
had a unique experience shortly be
fore retiring from business a short
time ago A wedding caUe 25 years
old was brought to him by a local man
to be refreshed for his sliver wedding
anniversary. He had baked the cake
himself for the wedding, 25 years be
fore. sine Easy TatKs.
Let the wan nho complains because
his work Is bard renumber that cheap
people can w.j care ot the easy task.
City Paints, and Berry Bros,
THRONE LP SON DIES
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PEIER HANSEN DIES
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Pioneer of District Passes
Away Afh." Many Years
Peter C. Hanson one of the "old
timers' or Blsbee. died yesterday
morning at the Copper Queen hospit
al, he had been 111 only a short time
Mr. Hansen was fltty-rour years ot
age He was a native of Germany anu
came to this country more than twen
ty five years ago. Ho has teen In
Blsbee for many years. With his wife,
who died about four months ago, ho
oaned the old beer garden, near Low
ell He and his wife came to Blsbee
when the city was only a small min
ing camp and they have lived bore
Mr. Hansen was a member of the
local Order of Owls. Arrangements for
Jie funeral have not jet been mnde
but will bo decided upon today. It
Is probable that the Order of Owls
will participate In the funeral cere
monies. Interment will be made in
Emll NicholasKy. a nephew, is the
only surviving relative of Mr Hansen
In this section.
Y. W. C. A. PREPARE
FOR ROLL BAZAAR
Dollies. Dolli03. Dollies, all kinds,
imsll or big, wax; or rag white or
yellow, red or brown, dolls that lack
ttnly breath to make them real sure
enough live babies will be on sale
next Saturday at the Young Women's
Christian asboclatlon from 10 a. ro. to
10 p. m. This will be one big doll
taziar and so complete have the la
dles on the commlttou made It, that
one will find Just the' sort of dolly to
delUbt the little girl hearts.
On Friday afternoon. December B,
there will Ite a big doll show at the
Y. W. C. A. to which all tho little
girls of tho city are Invited. Homo
made candy will also Ibe on sale and
during the afternoon delicious cake
and sandwicfcss will be served.
MARINE DRAFTSMEN ORGANIZE
PltfUADELPinXTa- Dec. 2.rr-Ma-xlne
draftsmen from all parta of tho
United States held a well attended
fathering here today for tho purposa
of formlnnva. national organization ot
their craft along- the lines of similar
techcfcal societies of a national scone,
Several State organizations of marine
draftsmen were represented by dele
gates and signified thrfr willingness
to become affiliated with the national
body Tho membership will be divided
into three grades, members, asoclates
and Juniors, according to the appli
cants' training andeiperlenco .
Have your suit cleaned and
pressed at the
X Charles Walker ?
r Tailoring; Company
f AL. FINGER. Mgr.
Suits made to 'order- $25 up
Goods called for and delivered.
U. S. Hardware and
Naxt Door to Uncle Sam' Loan
DR. DOUGLAS GIVES
CHEER TO TUGSQN
Mentions Gulf of California
as Great Water Highway
With Tucson as Com
When the first passenger train
reached Tucson last week over tho
new extension of the El Pao and
Southwestern railroad. It was greeted
by a vaBt outouring of tli ecitlzena
of tho Old Iueblo. After tho passen-
I gcra had alighted from the train John
II. Wright, the prominent atomoy
made a speech In which lie painted
tho oncoming prosperity of the clt
as a result of the coming of this new!
railroad until all who heard hlb were
converted into a mass ot noisy en
thusiasm. ' "
After iMr. Wrlglit had explained
the great mineral Industry or the fu
ture which would "be trlbueAry to
Tucson and told of the next railroad
enterprise wnlch would connect tne
C.ty with tho Gulf of Mexico at Tort I
Lobos, making Tiicaon practically a j
seaport city, the business men or tnc
city having in charge the officials ot
the railroad present, marched to the
' Old I'uoblo club whero a banquet had
been provided. At the conclusion ot
this banquot Judge Sawtollo thought
ot Dr. Douglas and the board ot dl
(rectors of the railroad company, back
in New York. 39 Jojm street and pro
!osed that a resolution expressing
congratulations on the completion of
the enterprise and gratitude for what
It meant for Tucson. Tne resolution
carried with a Mhoop! and a whoopee!
Thc resolution was prepared and
sent to Dr. Douglas by John Metz,
president of the chamber of com
merce. A reply to this telegram has
been received by Mr. Mefz and Is as
"Personally and speaking for tha
board, 1 wish to thank you tor the
congratulatory telegram of the 20th.
InsL. and for your good wishes which
I hope wo shall continue to deserve.
"I think that Tucson may look for
ward to a very bright future as being
the nearest commercial center to what
I believe will prove to be a great
water highway the Gulf of Califor
nia" The significance of the concluding
words of Dr Douglas should mean
much to Tucson as without the Port
Lobos railroad the nearness of Tuc
son to the Gulf of California would
be o fno advantage In the future
FENG1NG OF RANGE
IS UPHELD IN COURT
Nevada Case Is- Decided in
Favor of Cattle Com
SAN FRANCISCO. ,Cal, Dec 3
The United States circuit court of ap
peals sustained todajrj the decision of
the Nevada district court in the gov
ernment's suit against the Golonda
Cattlo company. The company was
accused of having fenced In govern
ment land In Nevada to obtain ex
clusive grazing use for Its cattle. The
trial court upheld the company's de
fense that the fencing It had done on
tho range did not prevent public uae
of the land. The appellate court di
rected, how overv that tho company
provide additional openings In Us
This is the casa which Congress
man William Kent was orlS-iialb
made a parVy. but the case against
him was dlsmisbed on bis showing
that, though an ofTIcer of the com
pany, he liad nothing to do with fenc
ing the land.
PROBE ELECTION FRAUD
COLUMBUS, O- Dec, 3. Tho dra--Ing
of a grand jury begun today,
which will be charged with the Inves.
ttgatlon of the charges of corruption
alleged to have "been practiced at the
recent election In Jerterson County.
One of tho charges tQ he Investigated
Is that contributions' were solicited
and received from candidates to pay
for a new organ for tho colored church
in Steubenvllle. Under tho laws ot
Ohio it Is a corrupt practice to solicit
funds from a candidate.
First Assttant" Attorney General Jo
seph McGhee and Special Counsel Pe
tnr D. Dembsey will assist Prosecut
ing Attorney Jay S. Paisley, ot jener-
son county, In tho investigation of the
changes. Owing to these charges the
!nni trill h isued only to those can
didates who wero elected without cor.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERS MEET
NEW YORK. Dec 3, Arrangements
have been concluded for the annual
meeting of tho American Society of
Mechanical Engineers, which will as
emble at the society headquarters in
this city tomorrow for a three days'
session. It is announced that the ses
sions this year will compriso, a great
er variety of topics than ever before.
STEERS AWAY OP
CHICAGO, Doc 2. The highest
prico over paid for seeers in open
market reachod. today when Augus
Yearlings bought in at $12 per hun
dred for eastern trade. Thd highest
previous price was $11 60 October 23.
Correct Optical Servlc0
Old tried and reliable
Your Watch Maker.
L. L. Gilman &
Brief Local Items
A. J. Sullivan, a resident of LowelL
,wf8 jesterday removed to the Copper
Queen hospital. He Is suffering from
Elmer DusUett, ot South Ilisbee,
underwent an operation yestcrdax at
the C A. hospital fdr appendicitis.
He Is reported as doing well.
Addition to Family.
George Medlgovich. of School IliU,
is the proud father of a bab boy,
which arrived Alonday morning.
Disturbing The Peace.
A white man an da Mexican were
each convicted yesterday afternoon
In Justice High's court ot disturbing
the peace. The white man was fined
?7.50 and the Mexican $0 and both
PeddlUjig Without License.
Justice High held a hearing yester
day in the case of Mrs. J. von niodres
ser who Is charged with peddling
without a license. Justice HlBh took
the case under advisement and a sec- j
ond hearing will be held at ." o'clock .
Msny New Clerks.
Among tho many new clerka in the
new Phelps Dodge store In I.owell i
are Miss Gertrude Sillivan. drug de
partment: Miss Hortenso Ritten, dry
goods Miss Jrrdle ISoiighster, dry
goods; Miss Nellie Butler, wrappmi?
Among the new men clerks are , Mr.
WinsteaiU shoes: pnd H. Downey,
New Shoe Shop.
A new shoe shop has been opened
In the building formerly occupied by
the Phelps-Dodge store in l-owell.
The prppnetor. Henry Grant, is a
well known resident of ibis city hav
ing been here for more than fourteen
vears. His shoe repairing department
is komcthlng entirely new in this pari
of the country as It 13 all aone Dy
machinery,, rim by electric power.
New Lowell Restaurant.
Trotman and Shirk, the Lowell res
tauranters, are remodeling a part of
the newly vacated Phelps Dodge store
In Lowell where they expect to open a
first class establishment
The Women's league of the Pres
byterian church will meet In tho
rooms of the Young Woman's Chris
tian association this afternoon at
The St. John's guild will meet wth
Mrs. Marez of Mason Hill this weeic
The meeting will be held at 2.P.0,
Bisbee Will Play Douplai.
A' basket ball game between Blsbee
and Douglas will be played next
Saturday evening at the Douglas Y,
jr. C A. This Is the first game in the
series to be played this winter be-
tween the two towns and promises to
be most Interesting as both are
nicked teams and have diligently prac
ticed until Ihey are exceedingly
strong. Tickets will bo placed on sale
at Douglas' early this weeic to defray
th .xnnss of the visiting team. The
Douelas team nroralses to give the
visitors a chance to show their play
New $3,000 at Hereford.
Work on tearing down the old wood
en structure which spans thc San Pe
dro river at Hereford was commenced
yeMerday and aa scon as the bridge
lias been torn down the new one
composed of steel and concrete will
be started Immediately. The new
bridge will be of the steel tubo type
and the cost will be In the neighbor
hood of J3.000. Tho contractors ex
pect to have It completed In thirty
Office Main St.
YOU men who care to
see a demonstration of the
force of our activities in gathering
together the largest and finest assorted stock
.of overcoats ever. exhibited should come here and
study our window display. The possibility of get
ting such remarkably handsome overcoats as we've
assenibled here will be a revelation to you.
A special feature is the "OvtC?" Roswell Convert
ible Collar coat manufactured by Rosen wald &
Weil of Chicago. You'll find a wonderful array
" of weaves and colorings..
Mr.-and Mr3. James II Warno have
returned to HIsbee after spending
lhef honovmoon In Los Angeles, Re
dondo BeJch and other California
points. A reception was held on Sun
day night to welcome the couple back
to the city. They will make their fu
ture home In Ilisbee.
Mrs. W. J. McGregor recently ar
rived in the city from Victoria, B. C,
to pay a visit to her mother, Mrs. D
I Kirk, of Upper Lowell.' Mrs. .Mc
Gregor will spend the winter here
Mrs. It. E. Hcrrendfcpn has re
turned from an extended visit, in IJf
Gus Hlckey, chairman of the board
of superviboi-s, left jesterday on a
short trip to Tombstone
AlnYnndnr Mnrr. nRRffltnnr tl!3frtct
attorney. wll leave today ior Ton-
stone, where he will attend a meet -
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At some time or another nearly everyone
cets an attack of the "blues," everything seenw to
go wrong, and the whole world hai a dreary loot.
That k the time when a little Sunny Brook-The
Pure Food Whiskey -will perform a magical change.
Its rich, fragrant bouquet, and mellow flavor make
It a delicious beverage every golden drop pleases
the senses and soothes the nerves. Best of all, ,ts
absduU purity ond ktghh imioUd ndmiuu I properties maio
Its us penecxiy jc- . .-"
Sunny Brcok-The Pure -Food WTiiskey-is Bottled In
. v...i- i.. ik. r-r.n fVivernment Stamp, so that In
end U. S. Standard iwj prow.
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A. STEINFELD & CO.
A complete stock of Builders' materials, Tools of every
description and the best makes, and cutlery.
m-4 of the board of supcrviaord
C r. Dutton, insix-ctor of the Unit
ni St I'M Pin Office department, who
bus !. In the city ftr a short tlirm
let jV"ttti!ay for DoJiUu.
William SlvicI, In charw of the o-giMt-rrlns
department ef the C. and A.
&t the lior.io? smcHr. was a vliilor
In ififljee jesterday.
W II. Brophy made a business trip
to Douglas. yesterday.
Harold Elliott of the law office of
Ellinwood and Ross, returned yester
day from Douglas where he had been
on legal business.
E. It Plrtlo, the prominent real es
tate dealer of Douglas, was a visitor
In Blsbee yesterday. Mr. Pirtle Is al
so state agent for the Cadilac aato
mobile. BAZAAR -At
the Woman's Club, Friday after
noon. Dec Cth. Alirctis. l'mcy vvork.
Ferns. Bulbs and homemade candy.
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