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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE. ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER, 8, 1912.
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OVERCOAT or SUIT?
Scltwartzf ,15ros., Co. Rives you
what you want willingly and
without a quibble We .claim
that it Is to YOUR BENEFIT
to trade at this SAFE PLACE.
We never urge you to buy
we simply give you the full ben
efit of our knowledge give ou
courteous attention and guais
ante-n full measure ot value
for whatever price you care to
READY MADE SUITS
(Eeverv one a good value)
? 17.50 ro 35.00
Tailored Suits to Measure
By a house we've represented
for almost ten jears wt need
no belter arpument
to1' get your suit before Xmas
if j ou order
MONDAY - TUESDAY
"SCHWARTZ BROS. GO.
"The Safe Place" Main St.
Have )our sit cleaned
pressed at the
AU FINGER. Mgr
Suits made, to order $2.1 up
Goods , called for and delivered.
You will find that druggists every
where speak, well of Chamberlain's
Cough Ilemedy They know from
long experience in the rUe" of it that
In cases of coughs anil colds it can
always be depended upon, and that it
Ij) pkasant ind safe to tak Vat
teale bv ail dealers dvertlsement
In Times of Prosperity
Prepare for Adversity
Invest Some Money in Good Land
It Means Safety and Profit
20j.qcres and a competency,
40 acres and independence,
. 80 acres and wealth,
is about the 'way it works out In
,'The Yuma Valley
' With its rich' alluvial soil, its unexcelled Government
irrigation system and its salubrious and productive cli
mate, iland selling here at from
' . , , . $50.00 To $100.00 An Acre
Suggests' an investment on which exceptionally large
returns will be realized, bot,h from the products of the
land and the increase in value that will rapidly come
' u;ifi the development or, the valley.
Write us' for particulars or come and let us show you
The Yuma Valley Land Co.
John A. Campbell, Mgr.-P. O. Box 307, Yuma, Ariz.
Office next to Commercial Club Exhibit Room
A complete line of Mound
Tale of Friendship Forgotten
Is Told, in Court by
PRISONER .IS HELD
When the easo of Paul Suornx. a
Slaonlan, charged with aggravated
assault upon Jacob Tree von, a coun
tryman. In a Iowell saloon last Sun
day morninir. camn before tbn Justlco
court yesterday un Interesting case ot
misplaced Y-onftdenco was brought to
light. .Treevon. thoi'omplalntant, had
to bo brought from the C. and A. hos
pital to tostlly. His head nas swath-
eu in uanunges anu ppiinig anu lie
probably will bo blind In one eye foi
At an early hour last Sunday Jacob
iTreevon with a" company of- friends
wore having a hilarious tlmo In one
of tho Lowell saloons. Paul Siwrax
was also there Itecomlng a little
boisterous with an over absorption Of
liquor. Treeon, playfully brushed the
cup oi i am 3uniz, wnum no iuhmu
,eted to be one of his sincerest friends,
lie hardly thought at the tlmo that
he was making a mortal enemy of a
man who had onco shared his sec-ets
and enjoyed his bounty and his love
Sporaz at the time did not seem to
object to the treatment he was re
ceiving from his friend, but when lat
er Trpevon was pushed upon h s
back across a pool table and was
wrestling with a man who was bis
superior In strength. Sporax Is al
leged to hae seized a billiard cue
trace of the recent snow storm
of his comrade. He missed, break
ing the smaller end and again seiz
ing the cue, this time by the smalled
end. be is said to have struck the
helpless man a fearful blow across the
upper part ot nis lace.
Treovon bled from mouth, nose and
eyes ami later, when he was taken
to tho C and A hospital. It was found
that his nose had been broken, hta
cheek bone splintered and his eye
sight of one eye probably lost, as well
as the hearing impaired In one ear
and other injuries of a serious nature
Treovon had been In the hospital
ever since tho assault when called
jesterday and Immediately following
the trial ho was taken back.
IP WILL NAME
Although the contest for the naming
of the new Lowell picture theater now
being erected is but four days old,
more than one hundred letters have
been received b the management
from various people in the Warren
district who are anxious to cam tho
?.". gold piece which is being offered.
When a sufficient number of names
have been received, a committee of
five Ijowell business men will ac as
judges in selecting the most appro,
prlate name submitted, this name to
appear on tho new house. Ml names
must be in not later than Saturday.
December H Address J 1 Trailer,
Mgr., l-owell, Arizona. Advertise
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
It UADY going to San Francisco
'touhl care to assist mother with
two children on tho trip for a tasb
-on9lderation please reply Mrs li
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City Faints and Berry Bros.
Author of Noted "Kinney;
Bill Arrives from Globe
on Tour o-' Southern
GILA COUNTY BOOMS I
Hon. Alfred Kinney, a pioneer citl
zeu ot Olobe, was In Illsbeo os.ter
day. arriving from hta homo on the
.Homing train. Mr. Kinney was u
member of the constitutional conven
tion 'from G1IU county and he is thd
author of what Is known as the Kln
noyxiilll Introduced by lnm duKng th
first legislature, he being a senator In
that body. This measure a9 iet?ard
ed as the limit of radicalism and
provided that iu the state of Arlzoni
no ont should bo emplocd In a mine
or ou n railroad who could not speak
tho English language.
, This measure was defeated In the
legislature, but so determined was
Senator Kinneey to have It placed on
the statute book that he undertook to
put on the ballot of thp last election
as an initiative measure. In this he
;only failed because some of the in
itiative petitions failed to reach the
office of the secretary of state within
Jtho required time. ,
Whether it is tho Intention ot Sen
ator Kinney to again push this meas.
uro In Uie special session of the le,?
Islature Is no't known. Asked yester
day the nature of his business lit ills
Leo ho stated that lie had none and
was simply visiting Beveral points Jn
the state to seo what adrapcement
they had made since he saw them
last. Ho stated that he would go to
Douglas today and that he would go
,to Douglas today and that he would go
from there to Nogales and from there
to Tucson, so it may bo that he .s
again sounding the members ot the
legislature on tho Kinney bill.
Alfred Kinney has resided In Globe
since 1SS1 and has always been re
garded as one ot the foremost citl
zeens of Gila county. Ho was the first
mayor o Globe and some years ago
was a member of the board of su
pervisors and held the office of coun
ty treasurer at another time.
Speaking of Globe and Gila county
Mr Kinney stated that there was
great activity now In-the Globe min
ing district Tho Miami country Is
twomlng and an enterprise has been
started to build an electric railway
which will connect all the Me min
ing properties anil camps in the
Miami country with the city of Globe.
A francbiso has been asked for this
purpose by N. U Amser. of Boston,
and an elecUon on the proposition
will soon be held. It is the opinion
of Mr. Kinney that It will cirr
Mr. Kinney stated yesterday that
be noted that liisbee had made great
advance sine 'iris last lsit twelve
vear ago At that time he camp Into
tho camp from iNaco in a hack. When
the part) reached the can) on just this
side of Lowell they met a flood of
water that was rushing down tn
canyon from the mountains. The wa
ter reaehed the bed of he stage be
fore tli team could pull it on higher
gmund lo safety and evn then Kln
ne) declares that ho regarded his po
sition as unsafe because of the dang
er that another and higher wave
might be encountered.
Instals- New Machinery.
Raymond nrown, proprietor of the
Wardrobe Tailoring Establishment
has Installed one cf the latest ma
chines that has )et been placed on
the siark-H for cleaning soiled, cloth
ing, be it cither silk, cotton or wool.
It cleans automatically and wltnout
injury to the most delicate garment.
Clothing placed in this machine for a
few minutes is taken out dry anc
ready for pressing, as ths wonderful
machine not only cleans the clotliej
Lut w rings out the fluids as well.
Also. Called Tetter, Salt Rheum, pru
ritus, Milk-Crust, Weeping
ECZEMA CAN BE CURED TO
STAY, and vheu I say cured. ! mean
just wh.it I say C-U-R-B-D. and not
merely patched u;i for a while, to re
turn worse than before. Remember
I make this brcau statement after
putting ten ycara of my time ou this
o:e disease and nandling in the mean
time a quarter o fa million cases of
ais dreadful disease. Now, I do not,
care what all vou have used, nor
how many doctors have told you that
you could not be cured al! I ask Is
just a chance to show on that I know
vbat I am talking about. If you will
write mo TODAY, I will send you a
FREE TRIAL of my mild, soothing,
(guaranteed cure that will convince
you more in a day than I cr an) one
else could in a month's time. It you
are disgusted and discouraged, I dare
you to give me a chance to prove m)
claims. By writing me today yon will
enjoy more real comfort than you had
ever thought this world holds for
you. Just try It and you will see 1
am telling you the truth.
Dr. J. E. Cannaday, 1702 Park Squars,
References: Third National Bank,
Could you do a better act than to
send this notlco to some poor
sufferer of Eczema?
U. S. Hardware and Paint Shop
Next Door to Uncle Sam's Loan Office Main St.
Iluy her a range, we have a
large assortment lu many
ver beautiful ueslgn. vvlili
all the latest attachments,
etc Wo'rlso.have tho most
beautiful line of pictures
that was'flvcr ottered at dou
ble the price we are asking
All framed and ready for
hanging. In gold, mission and
golden oak, frames, very suit
able for preents. See our
new line of mlrro-sf in all
sizes, including tho newest
shapes. Wo havo a mirror
for any part of the house.
Buy your heating stovo
here and you will be pleased
In both price and ijuallty. A
full line of everything In thr
THE BUSY BEE CAFE
BISBEE AND LOWELL
Brief Local Items
County Recorder Owen Murphy .e
turned to Tombstone yesterday after
noon after spending several da)s
among old friends In livvell. Mr.
Murphy was pleased with the pro
gress 1-ov, ell Is making and stated
that he hoped to see it one of the
leading cities In Cochise county.
Receives Finishing Touches.
The finishing touches icro put on
tho new PboIpsODodge store in Low
ell yeste-rday when a delayed ship
ment of fixtures was Installed and the
cash carrier was nut In.
Golf Match Postponed.
Tho golf match between the mem
bers of the Douglas Country club and
the Warren District Country club has
been positioned Anotner week on ac
count of the InHement weather and
the unfavorable condition ot the turf.
The Douglas team, numbering twen
ty people, had intended lo come over
In automobiles, the new train sche
dule having made It difficult for them
to come to Warren for the match
play and return the same day.
Lad es Guild.
The ladles of SL. John's Guild will
meet with Mrs. G. Sherman on Qual
ity Hill next Thursday afternoon at
Jacks Funeral today.
The funeral of Simon Jacks who
died at the C. arid A hospital Tues
day, will be held at the O. K. Under
taking parlors at '5 o'clock this after
noon, under tho t auspices of tho
Eagles. The Keverand Father Meurer
of the Catholic church, will officiato
at the services. The burial will '
made in Evergreen cemetery The
I deceased was a member of the Eagles
in Sllvertain, Colorado and came to
I this city but recently. He has no
known surviving relatives.
Funeral of Baby Prlogia.
The funeral of Joseph Prlogia, the
2 months old son of Frank Priogia
will take place a the residence this
nftprnoon at 2 o'clock Interment will
fce made In Evergreen cemetery.
Tho city has a force of men out
repairing the wail near the lumber
yard, in Brewery gulch. Other gangs
are at work on the retaining walls
and steps In ariods parts of the city,
keeping the city property In repair.
Few Christmas Stamps.
Tho local post office department re
ports that few ot the Red Cross
stamps are being sent out on their
letters by Bisteeltes. The de
partment has received Instructions
from Washington that the stamps
may bo affixed only to the backs of
lettera'and that 'ho stamps are? to be
put on. letters, destined for foreign
1 A one armed man, named Lee, kept
the police busy on Friday night when
$ ler iu mm luau a ujkui. hi J4ii. tie
i started a fight in a saloon and, though
,be only had one arm to do It with,
ho made things so lively that It was
Impossible to get him out of the
SEE THE GREATEST PLAY
that was ever staged. The Passion
Play. Star Theater today. Advertlse-ment
It lHfrlL "Pv
111 "CantM " ff-,Vfit''' T
Oysters & Fish
Best of Everything
building In the course of the fight
he drew a knife and it finally took
five men to overpower him. He was
ilodged in the jail and was yesterday
fined $7 ."u in Justice High s court,
where he was charged with drunken
ness. Leavo Hospital.
Five patients were discharged from
the Copper Queen hospital )esterday
as cured. Amongst the number was
H. J. HIerl. druggist of the Copper
Queen, who has recovered sufficient
ly to leave tho hospital.
The case of James Crovises. charg
ed with not paying his board bill, v-.as
dismissed yesterday In Justice Highs
court. thi rnmnlnlntrint w lt!ulr:ii m?
jtho charge and paying the costs
Too Much Celebration.
An aftermath of tho mine pay dav
came yesterday when five men were
hailed to Justico High's court, each
charged with druiikeness. The men
were J. S. Simmonds. fined $7 50 and i
committed, .1 A. Gillis. fined $7 '. i I
'and committed, M. I.eo, fined $7 jo, ,
line paid , John O'Neil. fined $7 .'.0 and i
I committed and Anton o Alverez, ftneJ t
l ?t. and committed
Will Prosecute Vandals.
The local post office authorities
have decided to vigorously prosecute
anyone discovered defacing the armv
recruiting posters in tho building
There are two of the posters, one for
the army and the other for marine
yorps, and Postmaster Cassidy stated
yesteruay tnai tne posters nave to be
constantly renewed as some persons'
have started the practice of smear-
Star Tlunter today, Dec Rtli.. Ad
Stone in Bladder Removed
Without An Operation
In the Snrinir nf lliii 7 n Minfirn. I
tn mv tifirl lifh kdlnav it-ntila inrl
throught that I would never recover.
i too a ioi ot meaicme but uia not
realize any benefit from anything. I
finallv 'K1W Dr Kilmpr's SwnmrRrtnt
advertisement and sent for a sample
nouie anu tnougiit. tno sample oottie
helped me. so I bought more of thj
mrdlcln. from mv Tmiereist- nnd lifter
using a few bottles discharged a"Tery
argc stone irom my oiauaer.
After passing this stone my health
was verv much Imnroved and I have
been able to continue my business
without any serious sickness.
J. L. KNOWLES,
Ppf-nnnllv nnrwinrpri before me this
Sth day of September. 1909. J. Loftus
Knowlts who subscribed tho .a,bore
Ltitamnnt nnrl mnHn rv.llfl that the
same Is true In substance and in fact.
J. H. WHIDDON.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y.C for a sample bottle. It will
nmvtnrA nnvnnA Vnll -will also rCCelW
a booklet of valuable information, tell
ing all about the kidneys ana Diaaaer.
When -writing, he sure and mention
The BIsbee Daily Review. Regular
fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles
for sale at all drug stores. Advertise
A ROUSING BIQ
These new suits are in fine Tweed
and whipcord, also blue serges
faultlessly tailored, jackets lined
with satin, skirts semi-plaited, excep
tional values at $15.00
to $25.00. Sale price
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ing ink and sticking labels on thun
The posters are government propert)
and persons defacing them can there
fore be prosecuted h the government
Kay Foster, the little son of Mr
and Mrs Jack Foster, of Warren, fell
while playing and trdke his wrist
The little chap is reported as pain
fully hurt, but not serious!) so.
REPORT OF THE
iners and Merchants Bank
At BIsbee, In the Statp of Arizona, at the close of business Nov. 2C,
Loans and Discounts. less due from Directors $ C37J93.IS
Due from Directors .-.. . Nono -
Overdrafts . H7.7lr
United States Bonds SOjOO.Oa
State, County and Municipal Bonds S3.3Sa.00.
Other Bonds. Stocks, Securities, etc... I9.00G.MJ
Banking House. Furniture and Fixtures 2ZJQQ0M,
Ileal Estate C9JE0 WOf
Current Expenses and Taxes paid it23.S0T
Specie 22.51S.S6 I
I-egal Tender and .National Bank Notes 37,218.00
Exchanges for Clearing 2,152.(m
Other cash items .j, -IG-Su
Due from State and National Bank.
Approved Reserve lAgents - 21 7,1 C2. II
Due from State and National Banks,
not Reserve Agents 1.2GG.S3 220051
Assets not included; under alove heads, vizi
Mexican Money .(gold value) ."..... 1.973JS7
Total i :?. T $1.25S.u02JK:
Capital Stock pahl i" ? 00.000.09
Surplus , .' jjBO,00fl.Oti,.
Undivided Profits JN.3I0.23
Individual Deposits subject to .check ' $332,7S7.23
Savings Deposits tX l2,GC7vlS
Demand Certificates of Deposit ' 3S0.0O '
Time Certificates of Deposit ..-,.... -... 140.00
Cashier's checks outstanding.--....-. ... 2,0-12.24 - , ;
Due State and National Banks'..-...". 31.47E05 l,llf,C2.10
Reserve Tax,Fund 2.np040;;
Reserve for interest ..& .. - L200.C'O.
, Total..' $1.2.-.S,r02.33'
State of Arizona, County of Cochise, ss f , ,
I, P. M- Buokwalter, Cashier of tho above named bank;lo solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to the best ot my knowledge and
'P. M. BUCKWALTER.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this Sth day of December, 1912
(SEAL.) P. H. F1TZPATRICK,
-Li -$b "" - 1 Notary Public.
My commlsslon'jexplros Ee.?20; TJIG.
COKRECTr-ATTRST """ '"
. L. C. SHATTUCK
I J. OVKRLOCK
BRUCE PERLEY has removed" his FIRE INSURANCE
OFFICE to Room. J, Maze Bldg.
A complete stock-of Builders' materials, Tools of every
description and the best makes, and cutlery.
OF LADIES' SUITS
A special purchase
of pretty sample suits,
such variety, such value
and such sfyle are not
seen ordinarily for less
than double our present
price and would be a
bargain at $15.00 to
i Warren Schoolroom Opens.
j Mr C F Philbrook, the superln
. tendant or schools stated that the
I third room in the Warren scho-il
! would again be opened Wcdiiesd ly
I morning, after being closed for sev-
-iu wt-vits i lie room win oe 'II
charge f Miss Irene Buckctt. This
will ureatlv relieve Miss Benedict
who liar, had the classes of both the
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