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HE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA. SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER; 8, 19J2r
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Merchants of Bisbee Are
Liberal in Contributing
Prizes for Event and
500 Birds Coming
SUCCESS Is" ASSURED
To one whois in a position to as:
judgement, Cochise county U again 10
ev Idence her ability as a leader. The
poultryjand jpt 'stock, show, to beheld
in Fair hall. Ilfsbee. Dec. 18 to 21 will
he one ot the largest and most Suc
cessful undertakings In this city.
Iue credits should lie git en thfe
merchants or Hisbee. for they are
girins special prizes most liberally, a.
complete list cannot be -made for a
few das, but not a merchant has
ibeen asked for a sleclal prize- but
what has donated a most desirable
article or cash. Eery thing from
groceries, house furnishings to sll--rer
cups. A complete list will be
published in a few days.
The people hae eIdenced the fact
that they nro much interested In a
higher class of poultry, to study how
they might build up their stock, bo
come more familiar with the various
classes and breeds. It lb known that
Ibere will be oer five hundred birds
This county has as fine birds as
any-of the older eastern sections, but
not as many in numbers. Not a breed
that Is raised anj where but what will
lie on exhibition.
The turkeys are going to be there
in a hot contest for first prize. One
of the largest Toms ever heard f
will he entered by a ranch. Another
jiarty will make a large display of
Indian Runner ducks and mammoth
geese. As a whole the exhibition will
lio of a class that would make ine
eastern fanciers sit up and take no
tice. One of the largest displays of Hom
ing and all classes of Pigeons will be
a part of the show. About one hun
dred Homing pigeons have been Im
ported to this country rom England di
rect during the last six months and
will be entered at the show in com
petition with the local fanciers. Co
chise county has the largest and fin
est class of Homing pigeons, as well
as fancy, tumblers, etc., in the entire
west. Los Angeles and the entire
coast included. The USsbee Homing
Society is a strong one, and money
has been spent freely for the Import
ing of birds with established records
for long distance racing.
The 1'et Stock will be an attraction
o itself. ' The entries will be numer
ous from the lap dog to the grey
hounds. Poll) will be on hand a en
tertain! int wild cats, Helgain hare,
and many entries that will not h
known to the committee until entries
Pon't forget, the entries close on
Pecember 11, and all exhibits must
be at the hall by 10 a. m. Dec IS.
The best of care will te given all ex
hibits free of charge. Entries shipped
in .will 'be carefully crated and re
turned to owner.
For urtber information address 1.
E. Hawes. Secretary treasurer. War
ren, Ariz. i
BBIDIBOM KftT RED HEAT
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The Passion Play, Star Theater.
hanging on his flank, Adam Uede and
John Harlan, were said to in. "Truth
Tellers.- -Do they tell the truth!"
inquired SnuL To which Corresnnnrt.
ent Champ Clark replied. -Say. mis
ter, you're not a king, j ou're the court
Send Off for Watterson
Fresh from the battlefield on his
horse. Correspondent Watterson re
JKrted that a8 he left the field, the
democrats- of the house were trying
to arrange the tariff schedules, "and
the carnage1 was frightful." Through
his glasses. Saul disprn.i iho .,,.
al on the Hull Moose, dashing towards
the large general seated nn th nut.
'.ting green, followed by the tenuis
wiuinei. sauls Inquiry as to the
identr of the nine men surrounding
Taft, was answered by the explana
tion that they were his cabinet, "who
will get Into the battle after It
.over." What was at flrst supposed to
tin Ida iIshii. .. .)..... . . .
-., .7 uu.ii u uij , uirnea out to
be Col. Jim Ham Lew-Is. and an "en
gine of war," to Saurs ancient eye"
was only Gov. Hiriam Johnson. Even
his old friend. "Joan of Arc" was
really Albert J. lieveridce. diseulfced
s. " Jlary ot the Vine-cUd Cottage."
ine action progressed until the Hull
)roo,je and Its followers wero flee
ing and the man with the golf stick
was preparing to leae the green. The
battle was goon over and Saul started
post haste for Washington to seek a
Job, declaring that he had been- a
"life-long democrat since the Battle
Pull Off Bull Fight
One or the striking features of the
evening's entertainment was a rendi
tion of a complete act of the tuneful
opera of Carmen ! the -vocalists ot
the club In full costume. This was
the famous act of the bull fight, .only
It was rendered with stranger char
acters than Bizet ever dreamed of,
and even the bull was replaced by a
full grown null Moose. Entered Don
Jorge Perklnsarlo, champion null
Ufoose trainer of the world, who an
nounced that the Mexicans, tired of
bull fighting wanted a sport they had
some real hot tamales and chile cor
carne in It, which meant a Bull Moose
fight. President Garthe.. after a whim
pered conersation with President
Taft, announced that the President of
the United States assures me that ou
can have htm, (the Dull Moose) and
Carmen appears, "History's gay co
quette," as "Popular Applause" jnd
sings, "To win my smile the greatest
statesmen pause, but when mv
glances seem most fair, than have a
care, beware, beware."
Bull Moose There
The IJnll Moose, pawing and snort
ing enters, and then in order the tor
eadors ttre introduced and Invited to
explain their methods of attack Don
Roberto La Fbllettio replies. "If I had
a chance to catch my breath, I'm sure
I could havp talked the brute to
death," and hastily retires into the
group as the Bull Moose makes a
demonstration Toreador Don Champ
'I know; the way to get that Moose
Why don't they turn mil Bryan
loose on htm.
If they did that, I'd have a good
For saj ing: 'Go it mil, Oo it Bull
Then sang Carmen:
THIS WEATHER MAY
EFFECT STOGK MARKET
(By Special AVir to Levy Droe.l
Stoclt exchange officials wrben ap
pearing before the money trust com
mittee next week will present the
same arguments that were- endorsed
by the, Hughes' commission in 1909.
That report opposed incorporation it
exchanges and was Tolunatary asso
ciation, Reports show that trade continues
active in man) Hues with merchants
optimistic a's 'to the-future.
R. G. Dunn and company report
commercial failures in the United
States this week at 317 against 220
Operations of tho American Steel
foundries continue at about So to "JO
per cent of capacity, with no let up
President Shaughnessy of the Can
adian Pacific sajs proposed seventy
five million stock issue will be used
to provide for growing needs ot the
system and denies that purchase ot
another railroad or steamship lines is
TRADE VOLUME SHOWS
Carmen. But where'a Don Taftio?
That's the man I'd call, -by far the
worthiest Matador of all.
Don Jorge: Don Taftio's a good
fighter, people say.i
, Carmen: Too good for any rough
and -tumble fray,
"Frank; andforebearlng. inclined to
A libeTal mind to an ungenerous foe.
This little message he has paused
Tm busy now. let Nilles run the tight'
Yet he's the kind of man i hate .o
Fonder of duty than he is of me.
Then the climax: Don Woodrow
singing and waving his blade asserts.
"I'll bow V fjlmi over with classic
Lines of Euripides, phrases of So
hocles. Plato and Plutarch, at him l" bellow
Oratory In all its glory. I'll hurl at
him with might 'and main,
He'll get no chance to tell the story,
I'll never let him explain"
Whereupon he turns upon the Bull
Moose, who falls and Is dragged off
by tho S. P. C A, wflile Don Wood
row turns to MIs3 Popular Applause,
who greetshlrh. "Woodrow, I'm yours
for four long years, per haps."
The farewell to President Taft wa3
touchlngly convened in the verses
entitled. "On the Ohio," set to the
musfc of, 'Moonlight Ray," as follows:
11 lUU UIU WII1V DHWIV,
There's a town.
Famous since the days of yore,
Cincinnati good old station
For the leader of our 'nation
. Walts with welcoming ovation.
On the Ohio,
When the moon 8eams shine.
On the Ohio
And electric lights on Vine Street,
Are all aglow
Or If thf Rhine,
you should chance to lie.
Won't jou think of us in Washington
Whole List Showed Signs of
Sagging Shortly After the
Opening Boston Coppers
Not Regarded Cheap v -
IS EXPECTED MONDAY
BOSTON. Dec. ?. In spite ot the
better feeling at the close last night
there was Ho increased volume of
trading today and shortly after the
opening the whole list showed Miens.
of sagging 'Boston coppers are doing
very little one way or the oth,er but
tho discouraging feature is that no
body seems to consider them cheap
regardless of price. The bank- state
ment was better than expected and
tho necessary surplus has been re
stored. Copper Producers report will
be Issued Monday and will probably
show 10 to 2(1 million pounds increase.
uue io smau exports ine past montti
We still believe in sales on all
PAINE WEB1JEK & CO.
In the local curb issues Saginaw
has been in fair demand at advanced
prices with offerings scare under
G3-1. Denu holds firm at Gl-2 bid
'for large sized block. Warren quiet
without transactions. .
CLOSING QUOTATIONS, Dec. 7.
(U J. Ovcrlock)
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Baltimore and Ohio
Chesapeake and Ohio -.
Canadian Pacific aV.
Louisville and Nashville
New York Central ....
Southern Pacific ih....-
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kf Casts Indica
Correct Optical Service
Old tried and reliable
Your Watch Maker.
High Grade Jeweler,
L.L. Gilman &
May ... .
V?5; i site '5 ; i
Will have one dish that has both
engaging flavour and true nourish
mentthe strength-giving, life-sus--
taining factors which exist in wheat
' and barley, stored there by Summer's,
sun for Winter's comfort-.
And remember Grape-Nuts food
is more than "something good to eat." It is a brain
and body builder rich in the vital phosphates so essen
tial to the daily rebuilding of the tissue cells of the
Brain and Nerves.
Grape-Nuts carries in most digestible form the food
elements that make muscle, vigor and nerve.
"Thare's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts
Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Pure Food Factories, Battle Creek, Mich.
January . .
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'Caliimet and Hecla j
Calumet and Arizona .......
(Inspiration Consolidated ....
Old Colony .-
Ray Con"wlIdated ,
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tun juypci -...$. ...--...
Victoria '.... '..'.
Butte Superior -
j Chino ..,. v.. .?'
Saginaw bid iff..
B.,and A- ... . v-----'-4
n. and I ...' !?
Lucky Tiger ....
North Tigre ....
San : Antonio ....
Ray Central ....
Chemung .ax ....
Calumet Oil ax ..
Baltimore Oil ax .
WILL TELL BISBEE
OF CHARITY WORK
Noted Speaker Will Deliver
Address Here Upon
Organized charity Null be the sub
ject discussed by Francis II. Mclean
In) this c!tj; Tuesday, December 17
It has been arranged to give the peo
pld of jhis city an opportunity to hear
one of the best posted men on this
subject and one -who can explain his
subject In a manner that cannot bur
hold the interest of his hearers. He
-a 111 be at the Y M C A. and no
admission fee will bo charged, the
Charity Bureau of the board of trade
has arranged to bring him here to
aid In tho extension of the splendid
work which they are doing.
.Mr. 'McLean, who will be a guest
of Bisbee on the seventeenth Is Gen
eral Secretary of the National So
ciety of organized charity. The work
of this off! eo Is such that he travels
much and Is In touch with the work
that is being done In all sections of
the. countr. What he has to say will
therefore be both Interesting and in
structhe to people' here and iindoubt
jedly thro will be a large audience
wno will uesire to hear and meet
him His accejitance of the Invita
tion to speak here has been received
and arrangements are being made ac
. hilo .arrangements for the enter
tainment of the visitor have not beeji
complied It istexpected that a lunch
eon will be tendered him at which he
will meet rpreschtatives of the most
ptominent -organizations of the dis
trict that are at all interested in
the work which he represents
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WE ARE oing to have our After Christmas Sale
before Christmas and thus give the ladies of this district
an opportunity to purchase their Christmas hats at ridicu
lously low prices. All our trimmed'iiats will be closed
out at below cost. Our trimmer will leave for the' East'
ern market in a few days to arrange for new Spring
lines and we will close out our entire line of millinery
before she goes at the most tempting prices that were
The Bon Ton Millinery Go.
Higgins Slop Tombstone Canyon Phone 88
3000 FEET OF FILM
required la producing the Passion
Play, Star Theater today. Advertise
if you need glasses for weak eyes,
Headaches. Nervous troubles, or for
any other reason, oil on Dr. Schell of
Tucson He will bo at the Copper
(jueen Hotel tomorrow and Tuesdaj,
on his- regular quarter' visit Two
days only Satisfaction guaranteed
are relieved at once by an applica
tion of Sloan's Liniment. Don't
rub, just Uy on lightly.
" Sloan's Liniment lu dons more
food th&a anything I have erer tried
or (tilt JoinU. 1 gut mjr bind hurt to
boll j that I had to atop work rtjLt in
tneLusieUtlineof theycar. Ithuught
at lint that I wonht have to hf
hand takczr off, hut 1 got a Lottie of
bloan'a Liniment aDtt rural xnThand.
VYlLTOX ffliu us, Morns, Ali.
'" Good for Broken Sinews '
"O. a. Jo.tts. Baldwin, L.L, vrrUw t
I used Moan's Liniment for broken
slnevs atote the knea e.ipeaued br a
fall and to mj great satisfaction was
able to resume work in less than three
-weeks after the accident."
Fine for Sprain
M. IhMHT'A.'VorirL.'M Somerset
SU. TUlnfleM. X. J., writes :-, A
friend r-riIirJ his ankla so badly
that It vent black. ! laughed vihen
I told htnx that X would have him out
lna week. I applied Sloan's Liniment
and In four days he was working and
said Sloan's was a right good iini-meet."
SOc, and 1.00
on hones, cattle,
poultry sent free.
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OEmasO HOLLY WREATHS
vtete-JJilJaydrW Our popular sized Holly Wreath
y. SScSii' for Xmas, $1.00 each. Smilar,
10-foot strings, $1.50 per dozen Asparagus I'luraosus and Aspara
gus Sprengeril Sprays, S1.50 per 100. Asparagus Plnmosus, Sfoot,
50c each, $4.r.0 per dozen.
Write for prices on cut flowers.
Armacost, The Florist
Cash with order. Ocean Park, Cal.-
The Brewery Racket: Store
We have now on display a complete assortment of
HOLIDAY GOODS of every description that defy
competition. Come quick and make your selections
early before the rush coriies to hand. Presents for
both younjr and old, high and low, rich and poor.
For the Little Tots
Dolls 25 cents to $3.00
Rattlers 5 to .20
Doll Buggies 75 to 3.00
Tin Roller Toys 5 to .50
Little wagons -25 to .50
Express wagons 25 to 50
Express wagohs 90 to 2.5C
Games 10c to .50
Toy Tea Sets 10 to Si. 50
Tin Horns 5c to .25
Rubber Balls 5c to .75
Toy Trunks 20c to $1.40
Garden Tool Sets 15 to .25
Banks 10c to 1.50
Teddy Bears and Ted
dy Dolls 25c up.
Toy Guns and Pistols
5c to ' .50
Target Guns 75 to 3.00
Stuffed Animals 10c
and Sulkies, all prices.
Harmonicas 5 to $1.00
Musical Tovs, many kinds.
Magic Lanterns. -Moving
Wash Tubs and Boards, -toys
Toy Pastry Sets.
Pianos $1.50 to $3.50
Horses, Burros, Dogs,
Toy Sad Irons 10c to .50
Cotton and Silk Handker
chiefs. Cloth and Hair Brushes
Mirror and Comb set
Toy Books, many kinds
Hand Bags, Purses, Pipes
For the Older Head
Watches and Clocks
Art Leather Goods
Pillow Tops, "Tie Racks
Smoker Racks and Motto
Large and Small Pictures
Paper Xmas Designs
Fancy Chin aware
Cake Plates, Tea Sets
Chocolate Sets, Placques
Salad Bowls, Nut Sets
Glass Water Sets
Wine and Whisky Sets
Fancy Gold Decorated
,Bisbee Souvenir Glass
Perfumery, All Kinds
Tool Sets, etc., etc.'
We have recently added to our already" complete
line a handsome assortment of Candies, Chewing
The Tree decorations are beautiful, Tinsel Festoon
ing paper. Xmas stockings, Tinsel Decorated Bells.
Flying Angels and Glittering effects of all denomina
tions. ' : J
The Xmas Booklets and Cards are many thousand.
All prides and of the most beautiful ""designs." The
best line of Local View' Post Cards in the City to
gether with Burro, Indians and Arizona and Xmas
scenerv Cards at 1 st. each. All comic and sen'ti
mental Cards 10c doz., 3 doz. 25 cets.
DON'T FORGET THE RACKET STORE ON
BREWERY GULCH, Wc have the above named
articles and thousands more too numerous to men
tion. - WKmmgsemmsimffK- .
. J. W. WOOD, Prop.
s- OP RACKET STORE
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