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THE BISBEEXDAILY REV IEW, BISKEE. ARIZONA. TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1912
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OVERCOAT or SUIT?
Schwartz Bros., Co. cites you
what ou want willingly and
without a quibble We .Clajm
that It Is to YOUR RBNEFI'I
to trade at this SAFE PLACE.
We neer urge you to buy
w simply give you the full ben
efit of our knowledge give you
eonrteotts attention and guar
antee a full measure of value
for whatever price you care to
READY MADE SUITS
(Eeery one a good value)
$17.50 to $35.00
Tailored Suits to Measure
By a house we've represented
for almost ten years we need
no better argument.
to get your suit before Xmas
if you order
MONDAY - TUESDAY
SCHWARTZ BROS, GO.
"The Safe Place" Main St.
FORGERY OF OROER
PUNISHED BY FINE
Prosecution Results in As
sessment on Mexican
of Levy of $75
That the PbMps-Dodge Mercantile
eompiBr "WlM toke every precaution
to protect Hs customers aga'nst fraud
w$ shown yesterday when- a vigor
ous prosecution of Mr?eo Masld.
charged with fcgln? a ntune to an
order on the store resulted in lh-
conviction of Masld and a fine of
EVfaefcl, I! ii charged. signd the
same oi another Mexican to an order
sl'p on the Mercantile company and
secured a quantity of poods valued at
937. Amongst the rood was a watch
which was the only j.rt of the goods
secured, when be was arrested. The
goods Included clothing and tobacco
Maeid was located by nnuty Sher
iff Red Gannon; who heard that the
man was at Jerepne He Immediately
communicated,. wKh Deputy Sheriff
Hafferty, who" ar-ested Mas id and
turned him over to Gannon on Sunday.
The Mexican wis tr'ed on the chance
in Justice Hfeh's court yesterday and
was fined $73. This be was unable
to pay o he wfll be taken to Tomb
stone today to serve the fine out.
JAY HALL, AT DOWNS' ' BARBER
fhov, wW aoeet your entry for Wg
jteHltry h. "See bin at once. Ad
Core for Seasickness.
A p&csesger on a German at earner
aftr trlnr rarJoua remedies lor e
Blcknesa, at a pasealce -trttU (Gerwan)
cranberries, and found felnwelf promst.
ly eerd. All the steamers of that
Use now tave "Pfaenlrnchen mil
PraUteiJwroB ra. thci: eaw.
A tested treatment that has been
found excellent for ridlag a house
ot beetle a oorttreaOaB H ae a
feHows: Pcre half a peuad of
lndtea eal and half a pod of borax
d.porf tfcem wen lecMher unUI
thr are well mixed. Jtace a handful
o paper In convenient ataces -where
the beetles will soon a H.
REMEMBER ENTRIES IN POULTRY
afcw clsse aU . 14. Leave your
entries and fee wKh Jay Hall at
Pwwns' er shop. Adrcrtlsoment
H"A complete line of Mound
Ladies' Imported Umbrellas We Desire to jj Ladles' Plain and Fancy
A Highly appreciated Xmas Gift would be one of
niuueis m zuk um oreuas. l nese nave the very new designs in
the Solid or Plated Gold Handles, also in Sterling Silver or Plated
Silver . Hand engraved or acid eaten handles in designs that speak
volumes of praise of the engraver's skill. The bodies "of these are
made of the non-crackablc French Taffeta See our detachable
l naimie umnreua, rnce
No Lady Will
On Receiving a
Charmeuse Silk Dress
CHARMEUSE that is the
Crepe like Silk that has come to stay for a long
while ,or as long as the present styles of dress
i in vogue. It is well that
been no creation in the weaves of silk in recent $
years so well adapted to
The prices quoted on these
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lower man tnev are in uucago or New York. '
i ne reason tor tnnt is we
duce Charmeuse to the
trict. Knowing that once they become acquaint
ed it will find favor with them. Put up in
Dainty Christmas Boxes 40
to a Dress Pattern Price
The fondest recollections of youth are
the davs of the Doll and Hobbie Horse.
So bring the little Tots to our Toy De
partment rhat they too may
joys ot Cnnstmas time.
Masons Elect Officers.
A meeUng of the Masonic Blue
lodge wag held last Thursday night at
which the officers for the year of
1913 were elected No definite date
has yet been fixed for the installation
of the new oiflcers, but it is expected
Uiat the installation eeremon'es will
be held during tho last week of the
month. The following fe the list of
the officers efected: J. J. O'Laughlln,
master: J. E. Fry, senior warden:
Arthur Cold well. Junior warden;
Frank Bledsoe, treasurer; Baseett
Watkins, secretary; and Dr. X. C.
Lee Company in Douglas.
The .lames P. Lee Co. closed a suc
cessful four week engagement in this
city Sunday evening and left far
Douglas early yesterday mernisc
where they will give a number of
The Kpworth Leainte B4Me study
class will meet at the heme ef Mr.
Jesle X. Gooding te night at S:66 p.
Jean Degnan, the ilromtnent eaitte
Hiyer of Denver, yesterder loaded a
ra'n of cattle at Xaeo wbloh he had
purchased from owners In Sonerx.
Mr. riefrnan stated that he pah! the
top prlee for these cattle, based on
$$l for yearlings. On Saturday he
contracted for Ave hundred calves,
now on tb,e range in the Chiriaahua.
mountains for whlah. ho is to piy
$16. These are the best prices eer
paid for cattle in Cochise count v.
Last week xome-cows were sold at
Wlllcox tor ?10, including the eahe?
It has net been very long since $15
was regarded as a good price for a
Killed 93 Ducks.
A hunUng party composed of Con
sal Fred Simplch, C O. Ellts. and H
City Paints and Berry Bros
4 up to 15.0U.
of this new '
it is so for there has
th estyles of today
dress patterns are v
are anxious to intro
LADIES of this dis- .
in. wide and 5 yards
share in the
U. lUre. or Douglas iml J. S. WiJ
i l'am, M J Cunningham and Dr
I Shine of Wstpo returned yesterday
from a bunting: trip oved Sunday in
tho vicinity of Xacozarl. bringing
(huge spoils of victory. From the num
ber of ducks, "one hundred and n'ne-ty-tbree
which Uiey brought it seems
almost useless for other hunters o
visit the seiko part of the country.
The Blsbce partT returned to their
home this afternoon.
At the Copper Queen: C. C. Harris.
Philadelphia; Henry G. Clark, Doug
las: J- Fred Ryan. Chicago; Mrs. Pet
er Jenson, Benson- George Knowles.
Douglas: E. M. Laurence. Phoenix;
A. Gundlack Ch!ca?o; E. Shucfc, Can
anea; W. R. Stineei. Schcrctadv,
X. Y.; D. Klaugel. El Paso: J. M.
Grasty. Dallas: E. J. Anderson, Tuc
son: R A. Tievman, Phoenix; J. C.
Having. El Pao.
At the Philadelphia. Robert Jones,
Central City. Gel.; A S. Fair. Xaco
sari; If. J. Dilson, Xeffiles; B. W. O
Rear, Xogales; Peter HcrtL
Two robberies. In neither of which
much property was secured, oecured
on Sunday night. Thieves entered
f the Bisbee Drug company and secured
$12 n cash. The second robbery wns
at the Belmont bouse, where a nem-
1 her of reems were entered. Proper
ty of sawll vahf was taken.
Arrives by Auto.
' Mrs. Vteterfa Arerak), together
, with her sister, Vlmteln. and her two
daughters, arrived In the etty yester
day by autowb'iA from Cnnanea, Mux.
The party will remain 1n IHsbee for
a few days.
Nn Boxing Tonight.
There will be no Itoxing match at
the Y M C A. tonUbt. as It has been
found that the boxers matched will
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U. S. Hardware and Paint Shop
Nsxt Door to Uncle Sam's Loan Office Main St.
of Early Buying
not !.- able to appear on account of
the conflicting of the day and nlglr
shifts in tho m'nes. The match will
be held next Tuesday, when a eont-i-bution
will be taken up to pay thoso
who arc en chlft, to tox.
Market Breaks Sharply.
There were many interested spectators-
watching the stock board In
Levy Bros ' brokerage office. In the
Copper Qnqen hotel, yesterday when
word of the Wg break In the market
was heard. It was tho general op'n
ion on Saturday that the market had
seen the worst of the break oceas'on
ed by the commerce court decision on
t)j Htrriman lines, but the break
yesterday was even more severe In
the raalority of stocks than last week.
Some of tbte notable losses were- U.
P., S points; Amalgamated Coppe.-,
3 points; Redding. 4 points: Atchison.
2 points. American Beet Sugar, 3
points; American Sugar, 2 points; C.
& A 3 points; Steel Common, 3
BointS. Shattuck held firm Tn tho
case of this stock1 K is lieHeved that
the hoMings are in strong hands aad
wilt not he sacrificed.
Funeral of Slmcn Jacques.
The funeral of Slnen Jacques was
bald on Sumtiy afternoon, the Eagles
offiWtetlng at the ceremonies. The
funeral was held at the Cathelio
cbttreti and the fhneral procession
later made Us way to Evergreen ceme
tery. The procession was headed by
the Copper Queen band and many
Bagles were te the lie or march.
Transport Train Returns.
The transport train of the Ninth
Cavalry censisUng of twolve wagons
drawn by twenty-four teams of mules
arrived In WanVn yesterday after
noon to encamp for trie evening be
fore returning to the! quarters ia
Douglas Two wcteks ago, the trans
port arrived in Douglas with tbe
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XUgAll Cold Caff Lluka Sterliug Coin Purse j t I
h Wla V G0W Seart Wn Chain and Locket . - J v.'i
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k 1 i& ' Gold Lavarllere
? K - Gohl Shirt Studs
T XI . n.vM rnl.lent Mutton
c$i4d!'- Mat.Oe, i Sa.'k - Cold Bral.t , .
?::':::'( ' Vfltei. Cfts. OoMSetlltHS
-?f"i watcKOWta ., "Slot-lfnir IWr fiecelrcrs ,
9, f-3:v "WSL ". V. vl T W-ASjlfif 9W
property of Troops T K, and L, who
Bjd been transferred to Nogales on
account of tho coming removal of
tho Fourth cavalry from Ft. Haachuea
to the Hawllan Islands. The trans
port was In charge of civilians
who were returning with the outfit to
the camp In Douglas.
Methodist Church Will Give Reception.
The Firfet Methodist church will
teiuler a public reception to the Rev
A. w. Aukuison D. D.. the new super-
uicnucni oi me .Memouisi episcopal
work known as "The Ariona Mission"
and to tho thirteen new members re
ceived since conference, Oct 1. At
tho Y W. C. A. building Wednesday
rjec 11 at 8:00 p. m.. by the kindness
of Secretary Miss Carlota Moyer. This
church will give a public reception to
new members once each quarter dur
ing the year. Previous to the recei
t'on at 7:00 p. m., thp first quarterly
conference of the yoar will te held In
the church parlor when Dr. Adkinson
Held in $1000 Bond.
T. It. Mosley was arrested on Satur
day, charged with crime against na-
Labor Pcorly Paid.
Palermo, Italy, produces quantities
or outfits for brides, principally In
mnslln. The girls who do the work
set from 12 to 25 cents and the
skilled workers from 30 to 60 cents a
A capstan Is built Into a sew block
and tackle with which one man can
handle loads of one thousand pounds
and two men, loads of four thousand
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In no former season have we offered so
more morougmy cuinnieruiiu vaiues man can oe seen here today.
White Hemstitiched Handkerchiefs of Pure Irish Linen or real
dainty lace Handkerchief with Linen center or barred centers and
colored borders We are showing special new designs in the
French and Madeira embroidery work on the finest of Handker-
r-uueu lut cam up iu s.j cacn. i
Too Many Carvats
WHEN the selections are made from such
styles and patterns
."' j I in our Chritmas display. A .great many points
Qof excellence might
our Cravats, the
k.Q&l to emphasize this
i - J ' 'x intenumg uiits ot neckwear to- men that thev
- v ,f will find in our disp lays the greatest range for
J.; ' . selection and designs that will not become com
"" "' ; J mon. Prices 50c up to $2.00 each.
J WE are also showing what we think and what
we believe to be the greatest assortment of
Hose. Tie and Cravat Sels, ever shown in Bis
bee. As a proof of their valuation in the eyes
of our customers, but very' few see them that do
not buy. We have every color that a man wears.
Prices $1.25 up to 3.00 a set.
OA rA 97.1n
Hire. His bond was fixed at SWufl.
Ho was unable to rafre it and is be
ing held for trial on Dec. 11 at 2 p.
tru, in Justice High's court.
New Time Table.
A new Ume table, affecting tho lo
cal train service, will l(c issned by
the El Pago & Southwestern on Dee.
Inter City Volley Ball.
Arrangements have Heen made bv
tho local Y. M. C. A. with the Doug
las Y. M. C. A. for a volley ball
game, to bo pliycd at the local Y.
Jf. C. A. on the twenty-first. Tho
local team will bo made up of five
of the best players In tho volley
ball leagde, to be selected later. The
gamo will go to the winner of tho
bijst two out of three games.
Martin Ijee, a miner employed at
the Uncle Sam shaft of the Copper
Queen mine, wishes the announP
ment made that he was not tho "M.
Leo" arrested on Friday night, charg
ed with drunkeness. ,
New Stamp Issue.
The post offlde department at Wash
ington has decided to Issue a new ser
ies of stamps, in celebration of the
Parnma-Paclflc exposition. The
stamps will be Issued on Jan. 1 and
It Is expected that shipments of them
will e recelvied at the local post of
fice soon after that date.
To Argue Case.
United States Attorney JCif Morri
son will leave on Thursday for Phoe- j
nbr, where he goes to conduct the go.- j
ernment caso in the J. U. Aiexinder
case. Alexander, n former Inu an
agent. Is accused of misappropriation j
of funds. The case comes up on Dee i
1C. Mr. Morrison does not expert tot
go to Phoenix In Ume for the Campa
case, whieh comes up on Vednesda
as the case has alreadv been all
workrd nn Tho iMer lean eoernmentt
has started extradition proo -dm".s
against Campa Mr. Mo.r'son will be
represented In the case by his as
sistant. O. T Ritchie
A complete stock of Builders' materials, Tools of every
description and the best makes, and cutlery.
wide a tange for choice or
as are so extensively shown
be mentioned in favor of
Silks are of the bast. We wish
fact in order to assure Women
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AlllUCLA JifiSl UJO.AC
Thursday Dec, 12
to $1.25 Sale'Price 3C
Silk vals. to $1.25 Now 50c
Ittiwrai of Baby Priogia. ?1
p- .-rlip'furtcrlil of Joseph Priogia the
(JrUant'scn of Mr. and Mrs. rrafc
fPrrogia; was held on Sunday after
noon, rue services were nem at, ins
Catholic chHrch. Interment uas nmde
,ln Kierprecn eemetery. :
Parcels Post Coming.
Postmaster Cassldy has received
word that the post office department
at Washington began shipping on
Xov. 20 the stamps that ar, to be
used on art'cles sent by the new par
cels poet. Tho stiraps wilt to here In
time for the inauguration of the par
cels post service, which Is on Jan.
Only Cancelation Stamp.
BIsbeeites will miss the "time re
cehted" stamp on the'r letters 'begin
ning Deo. 20 and lasting until Jan. 3.
The stamp will not be iwt on the
backs of letters during this Ume, as
every effort is Weing made to help !n
tiu aulpv- Kimlllnr of the Christmas
mall and the post office department
has deeKien tnai mis exira raoor cau
be done away with.
Ball Park for Army Officers.
The Warren ball park was lot to
tlie offleers of the Xlnth Cavalry yes
terday afternoon for a military fish!
meet and maneouvers to be held there
Sunday afternoon, December 22. On
this occasion, the iNinth Cavalry band
will come up from DougUs to give
a concert In the park.
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