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ST SPECIAL mEfP
From this date we will be able to give our friends liv
ing at a distance from the store prompt
and efficient service by the
PARCEL POST SYSTEM
We will deliver all orders for Dry: Goods, fMen's Fur
nishings and Shoes to any Posfcoffice or Rural Route in
the United States at pur own expense on all packages
weighing not more than eleven pounds. Simply drop us
a line or call us on the Long Distance Telephone and
we will dispatch, your package on the first train.
T7rt? nil r1tiA- onrl
Gotham Shjrts "
$1.50 in repmar "season.
TJiisJjl.OO line is com
pfetc'ia a!! aizes and in
many desT?b!c patterns
all are Coat Style
For all of our lines
of $2.09 :.nd S2.?0 values
in duettGotham and
K aricUV. Shts.
ThisiSf.50 line is not i
few' "broken lines: but a
Large and Complete as
sortment of all sizes.
Don't Overlook this
Eon all 50c values
50c for all 75c, and $1.00 i
2Q pci 'centoif on Tan
Schwartz Bros. Go,
The, Safe Place Main St
Brief Local Items
Here For Funeral.
Ed. Clothier, head of the grocery
department of the Phelps, Dodge Mer
cantile company at Douglas is in the
city coming here to console his sister
and attend the' funeral of Judge T.
D. Ilurdick which will occur this alt
ernoon. Mr. Clothier is a brother of
the mother of Judge Burdlck.
Removed to Hospital.
It. faster, of the Bakenllle hotel,
was removed yesterday to the C and
A. hospital. We is suffering with
Back From Holiday Visit.
J. M.-0'Connell returned hpmejFrl
1'day evening from a holiday with rel
atives and friends which took him
into the states of Missouri, .Nebraska
and Iowa. He says' that this Arizona:
copper country Is not the only place;
where prosperity abounds, as where
ever he went he found that enormous
crops were harvested last year and
tusiness men are enjoying excellent
New Lowell Resident.
Ken Maiden recently of Douglas,
has accepted, a position as engineer
on the sw.tjiii train, running between
Bisbee and Osbonu His family who
are now in Douglas, are to move to
this district as soon as arrangements
The funeral of Herman Hemsath,
who died on Tuesday morning, was
held yesterday at the Methodist
church. There was -a, large, defeca
tion of mcmfojucs prjllje Woodmen uf
the World, of which Mr. HeuisatlTwas
a member, at the funeral. Intenneuf
was made In Evergreen cemetery.
Forman Recovering,. yt ,j
Tom Forman. wlro'Mvae- recent) r
thrown from his horse. "and sustained
a broken leg, was examined by X-ray
yesterday at the Copper Queen hdsf
p'tal. It has been found that "his lee
was fractured in two places, but thsf
the fractures are not bad ones. Uv
wl'l probably be allowed to go aboiVi
ou cru'tches early next week.
Few Pneumonia Oases.
There are now ul'oul half a dozen
cases of pneumonia in the city. The
disease was very prevalent early last
month, but fewer cases arc now being
Post Office Examination.
An examination of post office clcrt?
will be held at the V. M. C. A. on
! January ll. The examination will te
The recently elected officers of th . for clerkships in the local post office
I Knights of Pythias are to be installed and It is expected that all the vacan-
at the next resular meeting on Tues. cles in the post office will be filled
I day night. A large crowd promise i after the examination. There are k
to be out to witness .the ceremonies. number or vacancies now in the locjil
Hcfreshments will probably be serve-d j force.
following the installation.
, Knights Pythias Install.
C. Taylor arrived In the city yes
terday from Qleason for the purpose
of having his automobile rehired.
Country Club Election.
The annual elections of officers wlli
fce held at the Warren District Coun
try club next Saturday night whan j The front of the car was damaged In
nine d'rectors will be elected and a j a collision,
nresldent annotated. Tlio officers will I
be lnstalled-on the same night. 'After j Auto Overhauled
George Jackson, of Courtland, drove
over yesterday in his I-ozlcr. He 111
remain in the city a day or two while
his car is being overhauled.
The bowling alleys at the Y. SI. C.
A, which have been resurfaced, are
now newly varnished and are in first
j the Installation, a smoker will be giv-
en ana refreshments served.
Court In Lowell.
Ouite a few nettv cases were tne4
in the Lowell court yesterday, three JjBowflng Alleys Completed,
cases of peace disturbance, one i
jirunk and another falling to provide. j
Frank Parker was fined 110. wtflch he!
paid on a disturbance charge, Wil-1 class condition. There are three ul
llam Campbell paid a like: fine on the the alleys and all have been corn
same charge as did James WrighL-j pleted. It is expected that a bowling
The failing to provide case was dis-i tournament will soon be inaugurated
I missed because of Insufflcjant evt- at the "Y".
idence. The defendant in the drunk-j
jeness case was dismissed on a prohii3e j postmaster's Examination.
of future good behavior and another j A civil service examination for the
I man chareed with peace disturbance position of postmaster at Naco. a
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was reprimanded and discharged.
Tsken to bounty Hospital.
Officer John Itooney took Giea. 2L
Shipley, now betas held in 1000 bonds
on a charge of grand larceny, to the
scounty hospital In Douglas yesterday.
Shipley Is In no condition to be In
lall a the wounds caused y his at-
tempted sir.clde have uot healed and
he requires the care ot a pnysiciaa
1 daily.. Shipley's case -will come up
! during the Spring term of the super
! lor court.
fourth class post office, was held yes
terday at the Y. M. c A. Only two
applications were made. It Is expect
ed that the papers will be gone over
zz& the successful candidate named
within about one month.
Returns to Post.
Mr. Elkenbarry, assistant postmas
ter, has returned to his post after a
few days absence on account ot ill;
ness. He was suffering from the
Old Timer Returns.
Jack Ward, an old timer of Blsbee
arrived n ths city yesterday from SL
David where he has ranch property.
Mr. Ward has followed the ajrlcul-
j mral development ot Arizona ana -ai- jsaay Boy.
' Ifornla very closely and Is considered ' TJbe stork left a baby boy at the
to be an authority on well arming. home ot Mr. csa .Mrs. it. ltucrai, at
A girl baSby was born yesterday to
Mrs. Arnold Smith, of Warren. Both
mother and child are reported as i'r
Men's and Young Men's Suits
At Prices so low, and quality so high, that
we will reduce our stock in a very short
time. Be the first to make your selection of
these EXCELLENT VALUES. '
SALE PRICE LOT NO. 1
Select your suit now horn this splendid collection of the
highest grade clothing on the market; no Blues or Blacks
Your Choice Values Up To $25.00
SALE PRICE LOT NO. 2
These are the kind of clothes that add distinction
to your appearance; the kind that the best dressed
men of Bisbee wear.
Your Choice Values Up to $35.00
JKSi ImI i
Ilakerville, yesterday. Sir. Hugraf is
hoisting engineer of the Hoatson
Improving Fire Equipment.
The department fire wagon, which
has been at the city black smith
shop for a number of weeks, recelv-
lug a new coat of paint, will be re
turned to the department early next
veek. The wagon Is fully 1000
pounds lighter than the .one. noV in
qse Jnd Is therefore a 'great Improve
ment for hlll-cllmbUfg. All the "har
ness of the' fire department Is also
being put in first class condition.
Chief Norton'is having the steel work
on the harness re-silvered -and. when
the newly painted wagon Is received.
the department will be In first class
Yoakum of Warren for a short time,
returned to Douglas yesterday.
. AV. Wales of Tombstmte. is spend
ing a short time In the city.
County health physician. Dr
Mlmsr. is back at work after beinir
j .confined to his house for several
Mrs. C. II. Vail, librarian at the
Copper ueen library is confined at
her home -with a severe cold.
W. H. llroph, general manager of
the Phelps Dodge Mercantile com
pany, spent Saturday In Douglas on
business connected with the company.
Three cases of disturbing the peace
came up in Justice High's court yes
terday. Two of them were lined 16.50
and the other was fined Jin. All weru
High School Notes
Pneumonia Case. '
John Anderson, a miner.. has been
removed to the Copper Queen ho9
pita!, suffering from pneumonia.
Guild Will Meet. .
St. John's Guild will meet with
Mrs. Mark P. Johns, at Warren, next
Thursday. All members are asked to
be at the house at 2.20 o'clock.
A. S. Illiem, day.clerk at the Cop
per Queen hotel, has been ill at his
homo for several days. His place 13
being temporarily filled by Henry
Poppen, tho manager.
Don Souter. the popular EI Paso
salesman, arrived -in the city last
J. If. Walker, the' court reporter at
Tombstone is In the city for a short
time, coming here to join his Klk
irlends in burning the mortgage.
John Kawlings, of the C. and A.
Queen hospital recently, .was dis
charged from the hospital yesterday
where be nau neen laid up with an at
tack of grip for the past week.
Miss Mary O'Neill, who underwent
a successful operation at the oprur
nQeen hospital recently, was -discharged
from that Institution yesterday.
Mrs. Mark P. John and daughter,
Jenevlve, of Warren, are on a short
vIglt .in Tombstone. They are the
guests of Dr. and 'Mrs. 11. H. Hus-hart.
Ceo. rtoberts, who recently fell and
broke his log is reported to be dolnj
nicely. The broken leg is still in a
cast but it is fending rapidly and the
doctors say that Roberts will be out
John Foster of Warren, who has
been In Agua Callentes for the week,
returned home yesterday.
Miss Charlotte Johnson, who has
been visiting Mr and Mrs. Jesse
During the past week many pupils
have been absent from High school
on account of Illness. Em He Yoakum, I
Howard Warren and Kenneth Pea
body were among these.
Louise Williams, whose mother has
been called east on account of the
illness of a relative, is not attending
school now, but Is keeping bouse for
Medina Cochran, who has been visit
ing the Naco Dairy ranch for two
weeks, will return Monday.
Mr. Mathews, of Wyoming will ar
rive in a few days to fill the position
of principal of Central school. This
position was formerly held by Miss
At the end of the semester, several
transfers of teachers will be made,
because of resignations. Miss John
ston of Lincoln will have the sixth
grade at Central, and Miss Stadlinger
will take her place in the fourth and
fifth grades at Lincoln. The latter
Is a graduate of the New Jersey Nor
mal and of Manual Training Mechan
ical Institute, in Rochester, .New
York. Miss Goodwin will take Miss
Tong's room In Central, wh'ch Is the
fifth grade; Miss Wagner will have
charge of the first grade, Mexican
room at Central.
Friday night, the High school gave
a party, with Misses Malam, Hiirn,
Newkirk and Bartlett, as chaperons.
Numerous invitations were Issued to
the friends of the pupils and an en
joyable time was spen;.
The first game of basket ball this
season will b played here, Jan. 17,
between the Douglas and Sisbee boys
and also the girls or Douglas and Bis
bee. The remainder of the games
have been scheduled as follows:
Bisbee vs. Tucson, at Tucson, Jan.
Bisbee vs. Douglas, at Douglas, Jan.
Bisbee ts. Tucson, at Bisbee Feb.
20c Cigars kj
SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS ,
To Introduce this famous brand of 10c cigars, wc
will, piece them on sale Saturdajg and Sundays for
rc each. Try this brand we are sure you will be
come an enthusiastic booster for Lyman Hall ci
gars. Among our regular five cent sellers will b
found the celebrated I.a Azora Operas, and. Permit
cigars. We cirry all classes of Domestic and Ha
vana cigars. Pipes, Tobaccos, etc.
Smokehouse Cigar Stand
J. C. WHITE, Prop.
New Year's Greetings
TO MY FRIENDS AND PATRONS:
I heartily thank them for their liberal pa
tronage during the past season, which was
my most prosperous year in business.
L. L. GILMAN
JEWELER AND OFFICIAL WATCH INSPECTOR FOR
EL PASO & SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY.
NOW AT THE
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Next week the High school basket
ball girls will play a team or the IL
S. Alumni, who ar here for their
vacation from the Flagstaff normal.
1M PVr.lTINft CHARE ACROSS THE
Continent for a Criminal." Star The-
ater Sunday and Monday Advertise
war began. Some defects winch then
existed had been corrected; prepara
tions which before the war were
made almost secretly re now con-
They are making Inquiries of the ducted openly, the commissariat ana
nnwers n to what Is Ilk pi v to be civ sanitary arrangements and concen-
en the allies on the irreducable terms,' tration of supplies wero satisfactory,
particularly as to the matter cf whatl and the 'regiments had been brought ,
debt will be saddled on the territor-' up to lull strength so that, while
ies. which probably would be ceded, three months ago they were facing
Important Council. I the unknown, now they are con.
The Balkan Dlenlpotentlaries held frontef by a certainty.
a most important council this after
noon. The Greek, Servian and Monte
negran delegates asked Dr. Daneff to
state frankly the real condition or the
Bulgarian army, because If they were
to adhere to Friday's ultimatum they
must be in a position to make deeds
Dr. Daneff absured his colleagues.
that the Bulgarian army could con
tinue he campaign without cause for
anxiety, and if Turkey failed to un
derstand that defeat meant the losa
of Her European territory the re
sumption of war would speedily bring
her to reason. Adrlanople, he added.
nr TUnpff. n a. solemn declaration.! has now been educed to such straits
affirmed that the Bulgarian army was' that the first shell t'arown into the
now in better shape than when thctown would mean its surrender