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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY iMORNING, DECEMBER il, 1912.
Was Brought to Warren by
Johhny Scott from Here
ford Grading Camp
A Jlexlonn. named D. Drieto. snp
losed to bu insane, wag brought up
from the railroad camp near Hereford
jesterday by Johnnie 'Scott, bosi of
the camp. The Mexican 'was turned
over to the police of Warren. Mr.
Pcott "said that the Mexican had act
ed in a queer manner for a number
of days and that, on "Jlduday night.
ho jumped, into a fire and foughtd
tnose wtio attempted to take him out.
Mr. Scott reports that the rJiiroaC
work near Hereford is progressing
favorably The Southwestern has -a,"
ltrge gang of men aUthat point work. Ii
vng on llie widening" or tne railroad
right of way. The right of way will
bo Increased from sixteen to Sventv
icci pur iue enure uisiuuc jirom
Hereford to Lewis Springs.
FOILS A FOUL PLOT.
When a shamefu plot exists be
tween liver and bowels to cause dis
tress by refusing to act, take Dr.
King's New Ufc Pills, and end such
abuse of jour sv stein. They gently
compel right action of stomach, liver
and bowels, and restore your health
and all pood feelings.
'3c at ail drug-
gists. Advertisement. 216.
Millinery Has Reached The Final
Price Reductions-- Entire Remaining Stock
Segregated Into Three Lots And Offered at
Three Prices For Quick Clearence
Third off sales and Half Price sales pale into insignificance when compared with the
drastic reductions that now hold sway. Our entire remaining stock of Fall and
Vinter Millinery has been segregated into (Hree large lots and offered at three prices
for quick clearance. And since it is an acknowledged fact, that nowhere in Bis
bee could you equal "The Fair" store millinery at full regular prices, this sale pre
sents bargains that you cannot afford to ignore.
Street Hats, Dress Hals and Pattern Hats, of rare beauty, style, elegance and
becomingncss. Of course, in each lot there is only a limited number, about 100
hats in all -- we should sell them and more, too, in one daw Needless to add the
first comers will get the choice styles.
Regular Values From
$650 up to $850
Newest Styles and
A most important offer to every wo
man who seeUs a new Winter Hat,
and to whom the saving of money is
an object. There ia no des-rablo col
or that v-ou will not find among them.
They are plain or face, large or
small, severe or chic or daringly orig
inal as vou choose. Hits that are
positively without equal in Bisbee at
full regular prices S6.00. $7.50 and
SS.50 Your choice for only $2.95.
Variety Enough to Answer
Everyone's Needs $1 5 and
Up to $18 Values Choice
onlv $S !. Milbnerv of rare bemtv st!e ete,ance auo Oecomingnecs. You will flm here all the waited
colors that have been mot popular this season in a v.ariety of rrett shapes becoming to every face
Your unrestricted choice for $C93
SALE NAVAJO RUGS
A Delayed Shipment Results in Rare Bargains
For You- Savings Average ONE-FOURTH
WE PLACED our order for NAVAJO ULGS early last summer for October lth delivery through
someone's error they did no' reach us until last Saturday. December 7th, almost two months late.
Of course, we would not receive them at this late date, our rejection was wired to tho dealer, and
rather than pay trassportat'on charges both ways, he made n liberal concession in price, averaging
about ONE-FOritTH and which we are willing to share with onr patrons.
There Is a large assortment from which to choose, new and beautiful patterns and rich co'or combina
tions. The nrfces wo Kave Placed on these niss as thMr nHirinal vliio han not been exaggerated, but
a conservative estimate of their
iy, sue ana wotgm win conclusively prove.
8 A. M.
Bear 1900 Dates and Are
Very Poor Immitation
Says the Report
It is reported here from Douglas
that counterfeit tvventv-Hve cent plec-;
fs are being circulated in that city.
To .date none of the bad money has
made Its appearance in Blsuee.
The coins are dated 1900 and are a
very poor Imitation They have no
milling on the edges and do not have
the ring of a genuine silver miarter.
They are of similar workmanship to
those tiat, a few months ago. caused
the arreit at DoHglas of a Mexican
coiner, together with his wife, and an
Uoepmpllc. At thje time ASt the ar.
ifesf of this counterfeiter It was an
nounced that there was a. band of
counterfeiters In Souora, who were,
mtnufacturing spurious American
quarters, half dollars "-and dollars)
These were pasfced on the natives of
Sonora but, it Is said, tho imitations
were so bad tlut no one familiar with
Amteriuan silver money could be fool
ed with the imitations.
If jou aro troubled with chronic
constipation, the mild and gentle ef
fect of Chamberlain's Tnblcts make
them 'especially suited to vour 'ca""
Tor sale by all dealers. Advertise
troe worth, as a comparison with prices
L&J7 , ; 'I
SA VE ONE-FOURTH
Rugs Actually Worth $2000
Rugs Actually Worth $25.00
Rugs Actually Worth $29,00
Rugs Actually Worth $30.00
Rues Actually Worth $32 00
Rugs Actually Wortn, $3S 00
Rugs Actually Worth $38.00
MACHINE GUNS WILL
BE A NEW FEATURE
Sham Battle Between Mem
bers of Troop of the
. Ninth Cavalry
One of the features of the military
feld meet to take place In the War
ren nan rarK on tne alternoon oi .
Sunday. December 22, will be a sham
battle between the members of Troops
A, 1) and C, Ninth Cavalry, In vvhlcij
a thorough test 1f the new machine j
guns adopted .by the I'nlted States '
Army will be made. The machine
guns are similar to the regulation j
army rifle in appearance but thereon-J
lain a magazine vvnicu win noia live
hundred .bullet which may be shot
automatically Ip j-apld succession. ,
"machine gun cuu'shootOO bullets In
a minute, fired 'it rapidly changing
targets. This is done by moving the
otary stand on which the gun rests.
Iftlrty elcfit calibre blank cart rice J
"will be used Inline practice by both
fcidea and points as to' the efficiency
of tho new guns will be reckoned by
the army regulations.
Garbage, and other street refuso in
Minneapolis 'is burned to generate
current for 200 arc street lamps.
A neV biking powder is being made"i
from a heretofore valueless by-product
of tho manufacture of maple
Regular Values From
$950 up to $1250
Positivelv the greatest assortment of
SWKI-L MILLINERY ever priced at
$t i3. Large, medium and small mod
els in Silk. Velvet and Satin de
signed with wings and fpnev feather?
others trimmed with flowers, vel
rft. pretty ribbons an dornaments
Hats that are worth $9 30, $10.00 and
up to $12X0 and every hat a good
value at Its original price. A splen
did range of attractive colors and
black Choice for ?L45.
To describe this collection or
Trimmed Hats and Pattern Hats
is well nlsn impossible. We
have but to "Say that hi morn
ing we place on sale our entire
remaining stok of Hats rang
ing In price from $1" .".0 up to
and including $1S30 vap-es for
other stores' dak for equal quail- j
6 P. M.
THERE IS A DIEFEHENGE BETWEEN
Hi PROMISES AND HI RESULTS
Promise won't overcome hair
trouble. The manufacturers of New
bro's Herpiclde promise nothing which
Is not justified by ait intelligent uso
of this preparation. .The deplred end
ultimately becomes an accomplished
fart. This I; the reason that Herpiclde
has thousands of satisfied mends alt
over Ihe yryrid. f r t , ''
By keeping the scalp clean and
healthy and destroying the dandruff
Payment LasrJMonth on Cur
rent Tax Bills Amounted
to $84,278.04. Monthly
Report of Measure
(Oscar K. Coll, Staff Correspondent
T0M!JST0NB.riz Dec,-9, Coun
tv Treasurer Charles W. Hicks has
iiled wltli the clerk of the board of
biipervlsors his monthly report upon
the condition of the treasury for the
month ending November Suth, and
tho same does Indeed revoul some
very interesting figures relative to
the financial condition of the county
The report shovA that on the first
day of November there was a balance
in the county treasury of $91.746.06,
while the receipts and collections dur
ing the past month amounted to $103.
174.22. making a total of $196.960 28
handled In that department of the
county government durng the past
November went on lecord as an ex
ceptionally good month, owing to tho
tax collection for the present car.
and it is expected the treasurer's re
lort for December will far exceed the
receipt of the past month, owing to
the" fact that all county and state
taxes wilt become delinquent on th
third Monday of this month, and ac
cording to the assessment rolls there
will be collected for taxes In tho
neighborhood of $b00,000 for 1912
Princ.pal among the receipts for No
v ember were the following items:
Justice and constable fees 5 -9S.C0
Itecorder Murphy, fees .. . 537.2u
Superior Court, fees 397 20
Slmrltf Wheeler, fines, fees '
and licenses 2,409 95
Incidental recefpts 2G5.63
Kxcess Tax Sales 67 90
rh.. re.vort further shows tho sum
of $84 27S.0J to hire been collected by
rr- .,..-.... ui-i fri- tnTM fnr the
rurr.nt vear. the bame being creulted
as follovs to the various funds:
State and County Taxes . $s.u
Sieclal School districts tax L472.o7
svhnnt taxes . .. - "
Ilr.nrl !,VPS 574.00
High school taxes . 4-'10
IJond and Interest tax . .. 4.044.11
t.ji Tovue 1!l07-OS-u9-10-lt 1.72a 81
The disbursements dimng November
amounted to J34.342 50. showing a
balance in tho county treasury on .w
vember 30th of $162.417.7S. Principal
among the disbursements were the
General county warrants . $ la.sJ.
Salary warrant!. 'I?-
Koad warrants """
Hulldlng fund warranu ... '"lu
County School supt expenss
warrants . . . ;
institute warrants i,ei
High School warrants .... --j -
School district warrants .. s.j.-j
School district interest cou- ,
ions paid -,-wi.v''
The follow hig balances remalnctl
in tne princiimi cvui; -
wmter 3Utn- i
c.f.nni nnllriini? fund $ 4.60j.-
-J-"vv- . t rtO A".
(iencral county fund -J-''ti:
Salary fund ..;.. ,J-'i?o',1
Iload nind iZ'.-.XA
State TdX fund ..- -''i-'T
l'natmortioned sohool tunu -.""'
School dlstrlcfrfand J?C7.-:
High School fund ,,su.5
School bond ana iuw"
fund . . -
F:tess Tax Sales fund ....
T'tiMaimeil estate? fund . . .
Teachers' Instate fund ...
CHILD SACRIFICES SELF
Little Girl. Though Ablaze Saves
Baby Sister First
M-c-T i i-ti, iv, 10 A rare
example of calMteb forethought was
vn tfMlav b? S year old Pearl SK.n
iu.fnn. her fteath from burns.
ACC. w--. ...
She was singlBg her baoy s-sier .u
sleep In rront ol a siove an u n.
1 UnltafT hnr (IroSH. AlthOUgll
ablaze "in an Instant the l"le gtrj
laid ihe baWyttarefuHy on a ohair. awl
causa ner inuiuc y- "".v:
, .nninn. intn tho vSi-H. and nlHng-
Ing Into the snow. She lived only u
DRIVES OFF A TERROR.
The chier executioner of death in
the winter and spring months is pneu
monia. Its advance agents an- colds
and sfH'. In any 'attack by one of
these maladies no time should be
lost In taking the best medicine ob
tainable to drive it ol Countless
thousand have found this to beffir-Vln.-'c
v itisrnK-ry 'Mvthuzliand
belfevcs it has kept him from having
pneumonia three or rour ttmes,"
writes Mrs. Oeorge W Place. Ilaw
sonville; A.'U.''ad lor cpughs, coldo
and croup weliavo never found its
cfjual." Guarantted for all bronchial
affections. Price 30 cts. and J LOO.
Trial fcotUP fteo'ai all drngS'.ite.
germ. Newbro's Herpiclde makes
beautiful hair Hcrpicido prevents, the
hair from falling and allows It to grow
unhindered and naturally except In
cases' of chronic baldness which is
Newbro's Herpiclde In S0C and ?1.0o
sires is sold by all dealers who guar
antee It to do jill that Is claimed. It
you are not satisfied our money will
be refunded -Advertisement 1U
Expected to Be Operating
- Three Tjrains to Tucson
by First .of New Year -
TUCSON, A'rit, Dec 2 Commcnc
tag on the Hrst of tht new ?ar the
El Paso and Southwestern, will run
two or three trains dally each way
over the Tucson division. Two dally
trains will certainly be run, and If
the business Justifies it. three will be
scheduled to leave nndarrlvejin thU
city each 3ay. It is expected that the
big Increase of business which will
come with the new year will make
this necessary. ,
The engineering olUces of the com
Iny have been discontinued at Tuc
son and from now on the engineer
ing problems will be bolved at the of
(Ice of J U. Emerson, division engln
eet located at Douglas J S Harlow,
who was construction engineer during
the buildim; of the jards, has gone
to El Paso.
All construction work on the trackh
in the yards has beon completed.
About 14 milos of track have been
laid in Tucson aud this comprises the
jards. A gang of men is ballasting
these tracks now and it Is thought I
they will be finished within a short
Work on the new depot was started
Monday Excavation for the foimda
lions gees on steadily It is said thai
the building was supposed to be com
pleted on December 1 The Pear&on
company, of El Paso, have the con
tract The worlj on the depot war
held up early in the fall by un'.ime
Work on the freight depot s pro
pressing rapidly. All the concrete
foundations are down and soon the
construction of the builuing wiK be
commenced. The round bouse will be
llnlshed thortl It Is of concrete and
brick and will shelter 12 engines
.PACIFIC COAST HOCKEY BEGINS
VANCOUVER. P. C. Dec. 10 The
Pacific .Coast Hockey League, with
teams in Westminster. Victoria ani
Vancouver, inaugurate? its champion
ship schedule tonight under condi
tions that promise tht most success
fill season in the history of the sport
in this section The beasou will con
tinue until March 7.
ST. JOhN. X. 15. Dec. 10. In the
Cathedral here this morning his Ex
cellency Mgr Stagni. Papal Delegaf.
consecrated 51gr. Edward A. Le
Ulanc as bisr-op of the Itoman Catho
lic diocese of St. John. His Excel
lency vas assisted in the ceremony
by prelates and priests from all of
the eastern Provinces.
MOST INHUMAN PARENTS
Gcuge Out Their Child's Eyes To Win
CEUHEUE, Franco, Dec 1 .
man and wife living at Gave were
yesterday caaght gouging out tee e.ei
of their five year old cb'ld. with the
o ect of rendering It more pitable
pnd thus telng able to obtain a a
beggar more sympathy from the pub
lic. Tho child was made blind befre
r,Al)erimem& iu ueticiniijr s.c w
have shown that dried potatoe vines.
: -i . i r.w.., .... in
have tho same value for feeling stock
as good mettdow hay.
Stone in Bladder Removed1
Without An Operation
In the Spring of lOOf, I was caafineJ
to my bed with kidney troub and
throught that I would never recs ver
I took a lot of medicine but did" no!
reaHce any, benefit from anything. I
finally saw Dr. Kilmer's Swaino-feoot
advertisement" aa sent "for a'sptt-o
bottle and thought the sample bottle
helped ae, so I bought more of the
medicine from m Druggist, and afte
using a few bottles discharged a very
large stone from my bladder.
After paiflng infa stoae my health'
was very mHch Improved and 1 lmve
been abler to continue ray business
without any serious sickness.
J. h. KXOWLES,
Personally appeared before me this
8th day of September. 1909. J. Loftus
Knowies who sabscrlbed the above
statement and made oath that the
same Is troe in substance and Jn fact
J. H. WHIDDOK.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For
i ' I 'yu
SefliftoXir.WlmeriS: Co isingham
ton. N V.f for a sample bottle. It will
convince -anv-one. You -will also receive
a booklet of valuabio information, tell
ing all about the Kidneys and bladder
When writing, be Hrc and mention
The Bisbee Dally Review. Regular
Cfty-cent and one-dollar size bottles
for sale at all drug stores Advertise
ment ' 2t3
Connecting with Logan &. Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS; Paine Web
ber S. Co., Bos.ion and Calumet.
Logan & Bryan, Chicago and New
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
Coal Must be
About thfe timo isn't It? Dct
teu have us put you Id your sup
ply right iow. Then you'll hava
that oh" your mind any way.
Coal doesn't spoil and vou have
got to- get It sooner or later
So why not order now and thus"
be prepared for any emergency.
Oak chunk's. Juniper and Oak
wood, any lengths, chicken feed
lllahoo TAInnnnnn "7r
Lowell Tt'epbone 120
Office Jtaln St,
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Glass Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d'Hote
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily
List Yoiir Property
For Quick Sales With
C. '3A'l"rj rr-
Bisbee Lumber Company, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RETA(. DEALERS IN OREGON AND
TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DOORS AND J-.aSHES OF ALL KINDS, MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L.125 EMIL MARKS, Manager.
and Undertaking Co.
Bowen &. Hubbard. Proorleton
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Itbee 23 Lowell 7
Musical Director Orpbeum
Violin and Piano
Studio - - Lockie House
107 School Hill. Telephone 427
CHICHESTER S PILLS
Sum EV DillCGlSTS OIHTWHEPf
London will navc one of the most!
camjiro'senlve Aviation expositions J
ever heid in February.
1'llUH Ut4 iM U4 HitVV
$, &- &
&. Feed Company
Opp. Palace Stables
Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p
HENRY P0PPEN, Manage ,
K. w ,- fvl
and Fire Insurance
New House Right
L'Se our cement for foundation
worl. and your home will stand
the test of time. Wo can fur
nish anything in the lumber
line from a shingle up, and re
member if It comes from this
yard you get the best '
vvTS0N Lumber Go,
iTHE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD CO.
"IJa ia Lv Clifton ar 4 03 p. m.
S.ly a m. IA Guthrie Lv 3 30 p. uu
-9"O0 a. m. Lv Duncan Lv 2 30 p. m.
10 2 a m. Lv Lordp'.-urg Lv 1:33 p.m.
11 20 a m. Ar Hachita Lv 12 10 p. m.
South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific west bound train
So 1. leaving Lordsburg 10.57 n, m..
South bound train connects with El
.Paso & Southwestern east bound
tra'ir for El Paso. leaving Ilaehlta at
lt:57 a,- nu Mountain Time, and.
with west bound train for Douglas
and Bisbee, leaving H.ichlta at 11:59
a. m.. Mountain Time.
R. K. MLS'SON',
Clifton, Art. General Passenger Agent
O. K. LIVERY and
ROBERT HENNESar, Prop.
Phone IS. Up. Depot Asibul&nt
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