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? PAGE EIGHT ; THE BISBEE DAILY REV IEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1913. --' -
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Men and Youn
en's Clothing At A Good .
uction in Price
This Is Our Annual Clothing Sale
which enables you to purchase at
figures far below the regular price
See display in "2, large show windows
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Men's and Young Men's Suits
LOT NO. 1
While this as our Annua? Sale it is dif
ferent from any here-to-fore given. Our
stock is considerably larger, which of
fers a wider and bigger variety for you
to choose from. Couple that with the
established fact that you have' the gar
ments of the world's best makers at
your disposal and you can readily see
and understand why you should select
vour suit here and now while these
Clearance Sale prices are in force. We
will adjust the trouser lengths, but
will make a small charge for any other
alterations. Blues and Blacks are not
included in, this sale.
Any Suit Regular Value Up To $25.00
your qj 1 a
CHOICE iP 1 0
Sale of Men's Smoking Jackets
In Good Styles and Fabrics
Here is value that you should give
your careful consideration. Think of
getting a Smoking Jacket worth up to
$12.50 for the Sale Price of $5.
AH Sale Prices Are Id Effect at The Lowell Store
Select Your Suit Frorn t Any of These
Well Known Makes: "Hirsch, Wickweire,
Hart Schaffner & Marx; Alfred Benjamin
and Fit Form. .
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Men's and Young -Men's Suits
Individuality characteristic of all our
many different styles -is 'visible in' every
line of these garments, We feel proud
in being able to put before you such a
splendid collection of Suits for Men and
Young Men. These are the product of
the most skilled labor and the fabrics
are all Wool or , wool rand silk mixed,
showing, -this, winter's creations in
weaves and color effects, which are, to
say in the least,, the very height of ar
tistic refinement. It,gives us pleasure
to shpw s0 $uits- agjljiese, so come in
and lb,ofc them over, '.jt.No Blues or
Blacks are included. ,. Slight charge for
alterations other than.acljusting length
Any Suit Regular Value Up To $35.00
Sale of Men's & Young Men's Overcoats
Just a Few of These Left
So choose yours now.f ox these values
cannot last much longer. Reg. price
up to $25.00, Now $10.00.
AH Sale Prices Are In Effect At The Lowell Store
lew Year's Greetings
TO 3IY FRIENDS AND PATRONS:
I heartily thank them for their libera! pa
tronage during the past season, which was
jnv most prosperous year in business.
L. L- GILMAN
JEWELER AND OFFICIAL WATCH INSPECTOR FOR
EL PASO i SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY.
C At the Copper Queen-. J O. Forbes,
New York, A. S. Moore, Cananea.
At the Philadelphia. T, 3. Matson,
5E1 Paso. T. McDowell, El Paso,
iGeoTge Washburn. El Paso, D M.
"jJIlnds, Cananea. X. Donovan, Can-
anea, Mr and Mrs. George H. JlfiifS. j mr "rr. Powert, Denrer
San Diego, Bert M. Stanton, Portland.
Ore., "W Mellgran, Tombstone, M.
W. Miller, Stockton. Cal., James Dwy
er Xogales, F. J. Thomas, El Paso,
... Lowell Theatre Opens.
very well pleased -with an tney nave. A1, residents 0f
New Warren Residents.
Horses- Runaway. Mr amj Mre Bert Wren have leas-
;. Helng surfderifj' frightened, a team ' ed a flat in the Hanscom building in
or horses belonging to J. B. Anglus i Warren and are moving their, effect
ran away ironi meir nucn.s-pec; :n
tront of the Anglus store early yes
terday morning going In the direction
of the Phelps-Dodge store. As the
team turned the corner into Subftay
street, they crashed into the Phelps-
anxiously awaiting the grand opening
of the new Lowell theatre this evo-
1 ning. Although the theatre stilt larks
ja few finishing touches, this will
prove no hindrance in opening me
newL.show bouse this evening; The
management announces an excellent
Dodge store and came to a stand still.
The wagon was demoiifcheu but the
in 'at the present. time. The' Wrens! .. ., f,.- --
recently arrived .from Bethany. MUs- tCjajtieg.
curL Mr Wren Is employed in the I '
Phelps-Dodge store in Oisbee I Hawley Funeral.
The funeral oi
Returns From Hospital.
Tom To-man, of the Forman com
pany, returned from the Copper Queen
horses were unhurt. There was noth-1 hospital yesterday where he had an
In? In the wagon at the time. I operation performed on his leg which
I he recently broke when his horse
Couple Tour Country. . BiippMj -ma fei on it. The doctors
Mr. and Mrs. George H Malrs, of say that Mr porman will probably 'je
ew "York City, arrived from Tucson abje to get out on crutches in a week
yesterday afternoon whr they had or two fcl1t that u wouIi be gorne
been on a short visit, Mr and Mrs. tlme tefore na would be able to use
Mairs are making an extended tour J hjs jag again,
of the country and so far have bean
about a week ago when she unknow
ingly poured some hot ashes on some
dynamite caps. In the explosion that
iJiir6 tS-Lurn!feiir-gn strength
morning at theCoppT Queen hoUt
har Ir Camp-bell is still weak from
the recent accident, but hopes to rai-
Phii Hawley was
held yesterday at the Presbyterian
tmroii nv EVr offlMatlne. The
Copper Queen band had been secar- J
ed to play the funeral music, inter
ment was made in Evergreen ceme
, The funeral df j Herman Hentsatb,
one of the old timers nf nisbee. who
died on Thursday morning, will be
held at the Methodist church at 2
o'clock this afternoon. Rev. Decker
win ouiviaic. iui; muerai win oe nem i i .vi- v
under the auspides of Warren Camp MaMe one-
o. 9, Woodmen of the World, of
which the deceased was a member.
Held Dance. '
Quite a number o fthe young people
eitjoyed the social and dance piten
by the members of the High school fn
! tho Central school building last night.
This was the first dance held for some
titir, aud as usual was a most eu
M.G. A. mem-
Mrs Snow Thomas was removed
from the C and A. hospital yesterdi
to her home In the Mason addition.
Mrs Thoma3 was seriously injured
VteXlcan it Deported
llnum Santos, a freauenter of the
tcity arj"ot both Lowell and Uisbec
was jtaken over the Mexican line yes-
iom mat. ni3
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January 10, forthepurpbse of form- FH Tt Th. im.
Ing an association league. It is ex-, " ",;"," " ,,.,., nnr! n7,er
pected that there win be at east four ft" "' "" "r:a ,, th riw,,
A meeting1 of all Y
who" are Inlen toket Mf V??? !?&
toll will be herd at the X M. C. K-T?L" ..J c...,
teams In the league and probably six.
Iii a prwontere line of Mound Gtv Paints and Berry Bros
U. S. Hardware and Paint Shop
Naxt Door to Uncle Sam's Loan Office Main St.
Out of Hospital.
Jerry CampbeJI, who was recently
hurt when he was thrown from a bug
gy, was discharged from the Copper
that he was an undesirable alien and
.hat he should be deported,
(Mean, cotton rags at Review odlca.
Queen hospital jesterday evening and AdvertisemenL 450.
is expetted to resUmo.his duties this -
A complete stock of Builders' materials. Tools of everj
description and the best makes, and cutlery.