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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1912.
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$200 IH GASH
Poultry Association Offers i
Premiums to ex
hibitors at Its
When one sfops to conoIJer the ago
of the Cochise County Poultry asso
ciation, as compared to shows hold
all over .the country- we certainly
Should taste pride In the most literal
prizes which are offered as awards for
the prize winners, ldsbee and CochUo
coinity, neter does things by halves,
but no matter what the undertalfii
may be. the spirit of the country Is
one of the very highest standards.
Our people will certainly have reason
to feel Justly proud of her second aa
nual exhibition. Certainly they should
be able to point with pride at $200
in cash prizes offered at this eutcr
During the early part of the conilnx
week a full list of the donations wlh
be published and a, more complof
list of the special prizes offered. Not
enly will there be the coteted blue
ribbon on all specials, but no winner
will be without his evidence of prizes
Below is given a lew of the specials,
though this list is not complete as
Warren District Commercial Club
(to be divided) $10.00
I. W. Wallace, for largest exhibit 6.i0
L L. Oilman, largest Tom turkey.
Safety Itazor, 4.io
Torea and Co, boiled ham (to lie
Haze Cafe, meal ticket, for largest
Fair Store, pair lace curtains, best
lair Indian Runner Ducks) 5W
Itobt. Sasse. Z It), bo fine candy,
best barred Hock hen. 2.30
Dan B. Seed, best R. I. re hen, S.oo
J. B. Augltis, 30 lb. sack floiir. (t.)
he specified) "2.00
llenkle Jewelry Co. hand paintoJ
China, (to be specified) 2.30
Bisbee Drug Co. fountain pen. (to
lie specified) ' 2.00
Hall and Bledsoe, leather hand has.
Ho be supplied) 2.T.Q
Peter Jolins-on Market, boiled ham,
best white Leghorn hen. 2.09
Standard Furniture Co. (to be sukv
Schwartz Bros., half dozen Iron
Clad 603u best Orpington bird 2.00
Buxton-Smith Co, box Ked apples,
(to be supplied) . 3.10
r. A. Chapman, (to be supplied 2.00
V. I.. Fletcher (to be supplied)
lien fancy white Leghorns.
SUIT OR OVERCOAT
Is A Question Of Immediate Consideration
What to buy and where to buv it - is a problem
tnat confronts every dresser of good taste and
personality. Now that you may fairly under
stand our position in the clothing business, you will
kindly pardon us for a little '"BOASTING' or the
'BLOWING OF OUR OWN HORN." The facts
we would have you know: We have just received
a replenished stock of the late winter styles, fresh1
from The House of Kuppenheimer - Prices range
Comprising pretty tones of plain gray Serges and
wide wale Worsteds; also the very popular gray
invisible plaids and pretty mixtures.
The coats have Fashion's latest improve
ments. Whether in a Suit or Overcoat, one
conspicious feature of these hand-tailored gar
ments the perfect COLLAR and SHOULDER.
It is sufficient to attract attention and evoke an
expression of genuine admiration anywhere.
Kuppenheimer clothes are different from the
-.common class of ready-made clothing. They give
the grace, the comfort, the fashion and the fit' of
the most carefully made custom garments, but cost
little more than HALF '
o a y
o -i. Wl.
WITH NEy EQSTAGE yjSNI).LNfr tyACHTNE
In the effort to
giY the pubUo
good postal er
vice the pct
maiter general i
trying out a now
Invention la the
form of a posts
machine. One of
the machines is in
tha lobby of the
office building and
a 'penny placed
in the slot marked
"one cent stamps
will operate the
ism which forces
the penny stamp
out of a horizon
tal slot. The same
operation Is nec
essary for .the
There Is a letter
box below where
the mall may b
W A. Nowlin (to be supplied) Wh-Orj-
L. K Hawes (to be supplied) 15
S C. R. J. It. eggs 5.00
Sir. R. H Krelw, of Tombstone,
Silver Cunfor best Homing pigeon
raised In Cocnise County.
M. S. Krebs. slher and gold cap
fpr bet chicken in show
M. S. Krebs. slher and gold vaso
for best pigeon in show
Thos. llobson (to be Mipplied) 3.0D
Entries are coming in fine. Get
your birds and pets in tine for this
show. Entries close Saturday, Dec.
14 and may be left with Jay Hall at
Downs' Barber shop.
GREEK STEAMER SINKS
FCars Expressed That All Hands Have
LONDON. England. Dec. 11. The
Greek steamer Anonlos, from Flume,
Hungary, has been lost with all
hands on board it is feared, off the
Scilly islands. Quantities of wreck
age marked Greta Holme, the former
name of the Anonios. hoe been wash
ed ashore According to latest ad
Vces the non-os left Algerias oa
Dec. 2. bound for Uierpool.
's Suits And Overcoats
Fashionable Striking Distinctive
$1812 UPWARDS TO, $30
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ihll ss rjj rc-jg JUfai
PciUce Vending .njcnlna.
Health of francis joseph
VIENNA. Dec. 11 TJie extraordin
ary mental freshness-displayed bv tl.c
Emperor Francis Joseph during (lie
tecent critical period In International
politics has amazed even those moft
familiar with his man clous energy.
The venerable emperor, who is now
in his elghty-th'rd year, has a thor
ough Knowledge of the entire course
of the Balkan war and is acipjalntci
with the names of all the military
leaders of all the important enr- Re
ments. An exact account of the
events has been laid on the table of
the empiror's study since to first
outbreak or hostilities, wltn a large
map of the seat or war, upon which
the emppror has indicated tl.e losl
tion of the various armies daily by
means of colored flags.
GALVESTON, Texas, Dec 11. Rep
resentathes of many railroals es
senibled In Galveston today to attend
meetings of the Southwestern Pas
senger association At the conclusion
of tJ elr separate meetings the wo as
sociations are to hold a joint meeting
fo- the discussion of a nnml'r of
problems of mutual interest.
X flmim m
K C Baking Powder is guaranteed
absolutely pure and wholesome.
1 here is no Kochelle salts, no
harmful residue left in the food
that is leavened with K C.
Even the most delicate can eat hot
breads raised with K C without distress.
Try K C Baking Powder breads if yeast
raised bread does not agree "with you.
LIST OF GHRISIiS
Library Has Arranged Books
In ;V.anne'r 'Accessible
.An interesting list of Christmas
books have just been compiled by the
librarian of the Copper Qaeeu library
which may be haa on application ut
the library. The books hde been
arranged m such a manner that any
one can easily glance over tnem and
pick out the one desired. They have
been placed on a special laule neur
the children a department and are'u.s
The Christ Story, Tappan, When
the rilug- Lame, rtodges. The Bache
lor's Chustmas, Grant, Man m Lonuiy
Laud, Kosher, Christmas In Uiuc'u
Times and .Many l.ands. WaUer, lsie
bultable Uh:ld, Duncan. Story of tnc
Othur Wise Man, Van Dyke. First
Christmas Tjee, Ven Dyke, Eyory
Hour, Wiggiu, BirjU Christmas Carol,
Wiggin; uetty Lelcesior'a Christmas,
Jneu, In me Hospital at Mrubnasjo,
Lilutch, colonial Mor.es, Story Booit,
fage Chribtmas Books, lhackeray,
Cuitsmias Stones. DickeUH, Christ
mas Books, Dickens, Christmas Kvu
on ljonesome, John Fox, Jr.; Christ
mas Evergreens, Allen, St. Nicholas
Book of Plays and Uperattas; bL
Nicholas Book of Christmas Stories,
tauta Claus on a Lark, Gladden:
fChnstmus Eery Day. Uowells; lae
jfhristmas Angei, Brown, The Chnst-
mas Augei, I Jie; auiuiuuu nun
Christmas 1'ocKets, Stuart; Chllarea'3
Book of Christmas, Dier, Christinas
Carols, Old and .Sew, Brsniley.
All the Christmas magazine have
armed and may be seen in the read
ing room on me first Hour.
HAD NO DULL TIME
OX HER OCEAN TKIP.
Mrs. Edwa-d B. Aliop.
That there were no dull moments
for lire. Kdward B. AIsop, tbfe gay
young- wife of the aged millionaire
Alsop during their recent ocean trip
from Europe, is vouched for by the
passengers aboard the American liner
She evidently spent all her travel
ling allowance before reaching New
York, for she gave a diamond rln;
to the chief steward as security for
her champagne check. When the
liner came alongside, the was dis
covered at the rail smoking a cigar
ette, hugging a gloomy Blenheim
spaniel and offering to the dog's nos
trils again and again her bouquet.
Before her marriage Mrs. Alsop
was Etna Pope 21111 of Georgia.
MURDERS HIS CHILD
Father Confesses Crime But Fails to
Keep Promise of Suiclde
CHICAGO, 111.. Dec 11. Charles B.
Rose, who dteapiteared a month ago,
after hi two year old daughter was
found smothered to death, was arres:
ed today. When the body of the chil 1
was discovered, a note was found m
the room purporting to be signed by
Rose and declaring he committed
same, and intended to kill himself.
HANSING. Mfclo. l)ec.' 'llAjlipre-
sentaiives or tne, lanor organizations
of Michigan and leading manufactur
ers of the state began a two days"
uuieiuure ipuaj mui uie oiaie in
dustrial commission with a vtotv to
agreeing opm satisfactory Interpre
tation tof some of the provisions of
the new worMngmen's compensation
Harold F. Perry, .representing the
Commercial department of the West
ern Union 'Telegraph company, was
in the city ivsterday check'ng up
condltlonsihere, relating to the bus
iness of the company.
E. E. KUinwood returned to tbo
clty yesterday after; haing attended
to business In El ,Paso foi-'bevera!
James Suits, the well known resi
dent, of Douglas and a large propert
owner, was in Bisbee jesterday, be
ing called here on business.
W. W. Webb, proprietor of the
Douglas' Dime theater and pioneer
moving picture man' In that city, was
a Bl8feee .visitor jeterday.
It. L. Brown, of Douglas was In the
cltj yesterday. He was one of the"
pioneer "coilUuctors who first ran
trains Into Bisbee and has many
friends here who arc always glad to
C. L. Beckwltb, who went to I.51
Angeles to make his home more than
a year ago, after having resided in
BIsbeo for twcnt-two years, arrived 1
yesterday morning, expecting to re
main, for seeral days.' He was s.'ei--ed
warmly bj his many friends in Bis
bee. J. B. Speed, Justice of the peace at
Douglas and Frank Clark, constable,
weie In Bisbee yesterday, admiring
the many evidences of prosper.'
Dr. Haney, chief surgeon of the
Grjene-Cananea company, J as. Duffin,
mining superintendent of the same
company and L. A. flagy, prhate sec
retary of Dr. IUcketts. were all visi
tors in Bisbee yesterday.
Fred (IT. Sumlennan, the "Fish
King" is making bis usual calls in
man is 1
.Klder, the Prescdtt lumber
l visitor in the clt.
P. P. Kyle, train Inspector of'tho
El Paso and Southwestern lines, ac
companied by Sirs. Kyle Is a business
Msitor in the city.
John J. 1'enree. nrlchial owner of
! the Commonwealth mlno at Pearce, is
spending a thort time in the city.
V S. Jlelgrcen, of Tombstone, was
visitor in BIsbeo yesterday.
1 Geo. 1. Fisher, the Tucson inus.e
man. Is a business visitor in the city.
.Max Levy, hood of the firm of
lxty Bros., which has a branch in
tbis c'ty. will arrive In the city vo
ui from Denver.
J llslmforth who has been spend
,n several fays in Warren on a bus
nt'ss trip, returned to his home .11
'ruan. New Mexico, yesterdiv.
rhougb only one-tenth 01 an inc-li
diar-etcr. a new steel wire for
' toplace .soys has a tensile slrergil
.'.".0,000 lounds to the square Inch.
You Need TIZ
Puts Life, Vim, Energy Into Tired
Feet, Limbs, Spine, and Is a Win
der for All Foot Troubles.
Free Trial Package Brings Jay
If your feet feel as if the were
stuck In the mud if they feel a if
each stei were a trip-lmmer blow
get a box o TIZ .from any druggist
TIZ font batti draws out the po
sons that 'ode in the foot pores
next daj s jou will be looking at otb
er sufferers instead of being the ob
ject of commiseration. Corns, art
gpnej bunions are U-o'ueed.' fe( are
smaller, shoes lit ffne. An If yoti
hare never tried tilts woader, TIZ,
write to Walter letter Dodge k C,
1223 S Wabash Ave., Chicago, 1 li
ter a free trial padnwe, or get a 25
coot box at any drug store, depart
ment, or general store. You will
never know real foot comfort until
jou have used TIZ. 21.
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS: Paine Web.
1 ber & Co., Bos.lon and Calumet.
Lcgan & Bryan, Chicago and New
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
Coal Must be
About this tlmo Isn't it? Hot
ter have us put you in your sup
ply right now. Then you'll have
that oh your mind any way.
Coal doesn't spoil and you baro
got to get It sooner or later.
So why not order now and thuj
be prepared for any emergency.
Oak chunks. Juniper and Oak
wood, aP' lengths, chicken feed
Bisfbee Telephone 25
Lowell TCvpbone 123
Oiace Main St
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe ,
Special $1.00 Table d'Hofe Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. m."
Reg lar 50c Luncheon DaUy HENRY P0PPEN, Manage
List Your Property
For Quick Sales With
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Phone 10. Main Strec
6" JJ ' ' l FL 1 if
Bisb?c Lumber Company, Inc.
VHOLESALE AND RETAIL 'JEALER3 IN OREGON tia
TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD 8Hr.Gl.ES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DOORS AND CASHES OF ALL KINDS, MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-12S EMIL fhARKS, Manager.
Pal ace Livery
and Undertaking Co.
Bowen & Hubbard. P-oorlttors
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Bltbee 23 LcwelJ 7
' tunned in
su!a bears IholMlQY
JJnrarc r ferm nirrfieitt
Hate your snit cleaned
pressed at the
AU FINGER. Mgr.
SuMs' made to order $25 up
Gepjfc egDttl for ami delivered.
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& Feed Company
Opp. Palace Stah'.es
New House Right
Lse our cement for foundation
work and your home will stand
the test of time. We can fur
nish anything in the lumber
line from a shingle up, and re
member if it comes from this
yard jou get the best
THE ARIZONA ANDREW
MEXICO RAILROAD GO.
I " K a b Lv Clifton ar. 4:03 p. m.
8 15 a n Lv Guthrie Lv 3:30 p. m.
I 9 CO a to Lv Duncan Lv 2:35 p. m.
1 10 2o a m I.v Lordp'.urgLv 1:33 p.m.
1 11 "0 a m Ar Ilachlta I.v 12:10 p. m.
South bound train connects with
I Southern Pacific west bound train
No. 1. leaving Lordeburg 10:&7 a. m.,
South bound train connects with EH
Paso & Southwestern east bound
tra n for El Paso, leaving Ilachlta at
11 59 a. m, Jlountam Time, and
with west bonnd tra.n for Douglas
and Bisbee, leaving Ilachlta at 11:59
a. m.. Mountain Time.
R. K. JII.NSON.j ,
Clifton, Ari. General Passenger Agent
O.K. LIVERY and !
ROBERT HENNESar. Prop.
Phone 16. Op. Depot Ambulance
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