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THE RISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY. 11; 1913.
VL KOB MODEL F
The most widely sold style in
America NOB MODEL.
Its shape welcomes the foot
straight inside, sweeping out
side.short vamp.toe and heel of
medium height. Comfort
able and fashionable.
If you wear
this shoe you
A street shoe
for bard tisace.
Leather Dlueher and
Button style. Price. 14
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ILL LECTURE HPT. BBEEMHY
ON GOOD ROADSi VISITING AJOS
Government Engineer Tour-'Accompanied by Douglas
ing Arizona with Import- ine Mead or L. & A. Passes
ant Data for All Inter
ested in Better Roads
Through Tucson; Iden
tified as BuIL Moose
Jh? many other styles 4E?
I 1 IN BOTH DRESS AND ill
Pll SEMI-HEAVY WEAR. ? I
IN BISBEE JANUARY 25 'THE C. & A. SMELTER
Plans will be mad.e during the com- Capt. J. C. Greenway, of the '-lu-ins
week for tbe.untertalnment of .met and Arizona, passed through Tuo-
Kuglneer "Hrlljlgk is being sen' ; son on T nursday enroute to proper
out by th governnienVto lecture on ties ht bas under development In ihe
Hood roads. It baCaot yet been de-AJo mountains. He" Is accompanied
ddd In which hail his lecture wlllj&r J, S, Douglas Noting the presence
be given. ff" "ese genueinen in tne om i'uec
Mr. Burroll will Iocturo here on the"' me.f-iiy star says
For the BEST AM, CALIFOR
MA STOCK HEAVY DOU
BLE SOLE SHOE. We've
found tnis shoes to be the best
wee ever sold For under
$100 for nil $150 values in
Cluctt & Gotham Shirts.
SI ..) for all J2 00 and- $2.50
Clueit. E. & W. and Gotham
J14.00 for $17.50 Tan
?lG.0u ior $20.00 Tan
$18.00 for $22 JO Tan
Schwartz Bros. Go.
The Safe Place Main St
night of the twenty-fifth. His trip
through the slate Ih an extensive one
and on it he will vhl all the prin
ii;al cities and fourteen counties. He
has a very complete line of data on
the roads of this section and it Is ex
pevled that his lectures will be of
great benefit. He carries with him a
complete stereoptican outfit and has
many slides showing -the various
classees of road work. His expenses
are being paid by the government.
hu has adopted this means of
bringing directly before the people
the best methods of road construction
In their particular locality.
Ho will be accompanied by an as
sistant sent by the Arizona Good
Roads association, at Prescott. The
eNpenses of this assistant, together
with other expenses, will have to be
paid by the association and. for this
reason, the Arizona association has
asked that the various boards of su
pervlsors In the counties in which
Mr Burrell will ltcture, appropriate
j0 each to defray these expenses.
NADO NATIONAL FOREST during
the season of 1913, must be filed In
my office at Tucson, Arizona, on or
before February 1. 1913. Full lnfor
niation In regard to the grazing fees
to be charged and blank, forms to
be used in making applications will
be furnished upon request
R. J. SELKIRK,
Notice is hereby given that all ap
plications for permits to graze cattle,
horses and" goats within the CORO-
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
Department of The Interior.
(J. S. Land Oltlcc at Phoenix, Arizona
December 6th., 1912
NOTICE Is hereby given that John
H. Hughes, of Hereford, Arizona, P.
O, who on March Stb... 190S, mad.
homestead entry. No. 1433-041S1. foi
N. 1-2 NW 1-4, SW. 1-4 NW. 1-4.
Sec. 4 SE. 1-4 NE. 1-4 Sec. 5, Township
24 S- Range 22 E.. G & S. R. Meridian,
lias filed notice of intention to make
final three year proof, to establish.
claim to the land above described, be-
Ifore Jared D. Taylor. United States
(Commissioner, at Bisbee, Arizona, ou
the 14th day of January, 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Jacob C. Baker.
Charles A. Martin,
Mrs. Angus Gillls, all of Hereford.
FRANK H. PARKER:
jjrTH"pupe FOOO WHISKEY lT.as, 1
PURE FOOO WHISKEYI
To arrive at the top in any department of
commercial effort one most produce, offer and do bet
ter than lias been produced, offered or done before.
Fifty years ago we determined that Sunny Brook
must be the tmest whiskey distilled and aped In Old
- Kentucky and we have never deviated from this
policy. Today we arc known as the larvest distillers
of fine old whtskia tit the tcorld.
Sunny Brook reached the ton because it
....,.-.a ill stlira ir n,.11ri,w flnmr rrraisite DOtl
auetand ton properties. The fr-end. Sbii.it Brook made yrJtmtobtctmu
of its qoalitT -Ml onnty . stm it. friend, and an ot er tela broad land tMiorftr
S - i ..,. rt..L. i. rr Mne. itralzht KenturSy Whisker aaaJs
fi Inpetof. UyonwanttolawwTOTayeettlnstrio
Bro.k-Tb P Food Wlulcer. BFAD T'lF 1 AHFl.
! lib tl I' I
S.nla in bond. Every bottle U filled and then sealed with the Grteit Sumo, coder
the dirett supervision of 1 f insctoTv u
best alyays ask or Saonr Brook The Par I
A. STEINFELD & CO.
GeRrJI PlUributors TUCSON, ARIZ.
Captain John C. Greenway, general
manager of the C. and A. Mining com
pany at Wanen. and J. S. Dou;las',
ot Douglas, j)ent yeslerday in tiro
city, leaving In the afternoon for AJo,
where the C. and A. company is con
ducting development work.
"Captain Greenway asked mo to ac
company him to AJo to examine some
recently discovered ore Indications
with the view to determining whether
they are merely surface scabs pr cf
greater depth and extent," said Mr
Lkpiglas. -While out In the moun
tains wo -rpect to get somo big gam.
a Captain Greenway has Informed
me that there are some splendid
mountain sh,eep there."
Captain Greenway always registers
at hotels as being from Warren. On
,the other hand Illsbee people say lie
is irom Klsbee. The truth of the mat
ter Is that Captain Greenway does
lue at Warren, which is only .a resi
dence section of Ilisbee to all intents
Why shouldn't I register from War
ren?" he asked. "We have a fine III
tip .town, no better In the state."
Captain Greenway was dressed in
an" outing costume but a red bandana
handkerchief in his pocket Identified
him as a Bull Mooser. The captain
was one of the Arizona delegates to
tha Progressive convention at Chi
"1 am out of politics." said Captain
rGreenway when the subject of poll
tics was mentioned, "but I want tc
say that I am a good enough Ameri
can citizen lo hope that Woodrow Wil
son makes good. I will be the first
to praise him If he does "
Comlning from Hisbee. where the
ground is coered with Bnow, Captain
Ureenway looked with enious eyei
on Tucson w eather and were it on the
market or marketable the caplalr.
would hae taken an option on I.
right away. As it was he basked in
it for several hours and said that H
was the finest winter weather he ever
"We are -continuing our develop
ment work at AJo and at Superior and
are sinking a three-compartment shaft
at the latter place The mines at Mis
use aro miming along as usual and
we are al3o continually working our
Courtland properties. The output or
the Hisbee mines was greatly in
creased during 'the last year and we
have experienced a difficulty in get
ting sufficient ore cars to handle the
output of the camp.
"The Calumet and Arizona smelter
at Douglas is progressing rapidly and
It will be completed within the coa
tract time, before August 30. ahd the
cost of it will be well within the ap
propriation. It will cost about $1,
200,000 and will be .the best smeltoi
In the southwest."
There hatp been frefiuent rutnors
of late that the C. and A. was pre-
paring to consolidate with other prop?
erties, but Sir. Greenway said that all
this talk was mere surmise, as noth
ing had been given out,- It was In
ferred from his reply that there might
have been a basis for the rumors.
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S VtUp yV1 av .ass
Vg?Lv Six Cakes
,y i'fc for
fieiv r t,, f hiMMAm
:ui JUUI UflKUICTI
J 'tween meals to
. temporarily stave off
nothing so delicious and
good as chocolate.
But be sure to get the
world's best the imported
Li ths New Package
Separate wrappers keep the six in
iiviJAjI pieces hard, clean and
( all On Ixtitr stores.
Matrn f tlie HotM-fanums Cbocolatt
aal Coma Whiril siiKt 1X26.
ompany the local delegation
Study Club Meet.
A very interesting meeting of the
'Uudy Club of the Y. W C. A. we3
field at the association yesterdaj aft
rnoon at which a number of ladies
rere present Mrs. C. M. Hen-ifl led
he meeting which consisted of read
nsi. from the most prominent, auth
ors of the South. The next u..i lag
t the i.ub will be held on the lst
)f th's mri'ith when a study of thj
Miters r.f the Colonial period will be
made A cord'al mutation lias been
issued to all the ladies interested m
A baby girl was born yesterday to
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Pelton. Both
aiother and baby are reported as do
ng well. ,
Clean, cotton rags nt Review offlcs.
J Brief Local Items
Celebrate With Party.
Mr and Mrs. Walter Hubbard, o.
Tombstone Canyon entertained a
number of friends with a birthday
party Thursday evening, the occasion
being the sixth birthday ot their son
John. Refreshments were served and
music was enjoyed until a late hour.
Among those present were -Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Hanley, Miss Anna Hanley,
George Brown and Miss Marcella Gannon.
io off! STERLING Iiooff
Silver Picture Frames
The Neatest and Most Lasting Home Ornament to be
Found at 10 Reduction Off Regular Price.
L L. GILMAN
Official Watch Inspector For E. P. & S. W. 2?y.
Leak In Main.
A leak in the main of the Warren
company caused a loss of nearly 100,-
000 gallons of water Thursday even
ing. Bursting of the pipes on account
or, tne cold weather was the cause.
'Workmen were employed nearly nil
night In fixing the leak which was
finally stopped early Friday morning.
Leaves for Eastern Markets.
Mrs. A. C Right, ot the Phelps,
'JJodge millinery department, left for
the east yesterday afternoon on a
buying trip. Mrs. KIght will visit
Chicago and remain seieral weeks in
detailed Bids fop Jail.
Marshal Watkins has rent to a
aumber of firms from which he re-
.eiieU Ifds for the instalation of the
aew jail Jn the city hall building, ask
ng for more details as to the matsr
al the bidders propose using. It is
ixpected that this information will be
received In time to present al tho
lext meeting of .the city council.
E. Klinchin, charged with disturb
ing the ieace. was fined $10. and com
mitted, yesterday. In Justice High's
ourt. John Brennan. charged with
mo same offense in a clt case, re
ceived the fine of $7 50, which he
First National bank. Extensive im
proieraents In the property, includ
ing the lowering of the floor to the
pavement level and the Installation
ot a new floor, are being made. As
soon as these are completed, the
Smoke House will occupy the prem
ises with a complete stock of smok
ers' goods, j, , ssWMf
At the Copper Queen. Frank Hill
man, Cananea; "Isadora Loventhal,
San Francisco; Grant H. Tod, Oak
land; E. A. Scharlack, San Francisco;
Leon I. Morse. San Francisco, Hart
ley Green, Pasadena. P G. Beckett,
Globe; Earl R. Craver, El Paso. R. U.
Maxwell, Denver. B. J Schulte. Mil
waukee; D. F. Broderson St i-ouls;
Charles A. Edmendson, Cananea S
B. McCluskcy, Cananea.
Basket Ball Game.
Tho Ilouglas and Ilisbee Y. M (J
A. basketball teams will meet this
evening at 8 o'clock in the Y gjm
for the second of the series of games
uetweeu the two teams In the tlrst
jame, pteyeJ 2t Douglas, the Dougla3
icam was the victor. The game t
n'.ght will he followed by a game be
tween the'HIgh school girl's team and
the Alumni team.
a How's This? e
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Re
irard for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
We. the undcrslsned. hive l.nown r. J
Cheney for the last 15 years, and bottcio
him perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and nnanclally able to carry
out any obligation rrjula by Ms Ann.
NATIONAL DANI Or COMMEHCE.
Hall's Catarrh Curo i, tal:ei Internally.
aoila i r.-i'ly urx..i the blond and mu
crrs n- 'aci-i of t ,e )stem Testimonial
sr-.t : : lri V; .eats p r boi lo Sold
by rll T nj.'stx.
Tal-c liaii'n 1'araUr 1111s for coustlpa'Ion.
The New' Royal
Combines simplicity of Construction
with great strength of parts by the
addition of ball bearings in the stand
We have the light
est running mach
ines on the market
they have a posi
tive accuracy of
insures perfect work at all times.
These are in the new style drop
.m, " wqaMuia
head and cabinet make. Prices
$25, $30, $32.50, $35 and $40
at office these can be purchased
uu ci ii Kzaoy pciiiiciii. jjia.ii. . i
At the Philadelphia. J. F Johnson, fesed after haili.g been subjected
Tucson; John Calvral, Cananea; E. I to a fourteen-hour examination by
A. Johnson, Tucson; Edward Marks, luc pojce. Several years after the
ttlivujLi r. r. Attiu-s, lycu.cr, . l-.,
Mann. Nogales; J, F. .Howard,
Paso; W. J. Cusley. Tucson.
,j I .execution the really guilty jiarty
" "cSnfesse'd. When he ftad the details.
The Wrong Man Executed.
Charles Klein was prompted to
write "The Third Degree" after read
ing of the execution of the wrong
man for a crime to wkich he con-
Mrr-'Klelu conceived of the plot ot his
present play and that he struck a
popular cord is best shown by the
legislation and court rulings against
the preliminary investigations of the
police of the larger cities.1 The play
also contains a strong romantic story
G. H. Foster, a. miner employed in
,the Oliver shaft, was yesterday r
moved to the7 Copper Queen hospital
suffering from cuts and bruises.
Pot Oftlce Examination
An . eitamlnat'on for post office
clerks will "beheld it the Y 31. C. A.
at-9 o'clock this 'morning. The ex
amination will be for the filling of
positions- in the local 'post office.
Two New Arrival.,
The stork arrived 'yesterday with
two taby girls. .His" first stop was
at the home of Mr- and Mrs. George
Gregovich, In .Dubacher capyon, and
the second 'was at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Willis Dye. at Don Luis.
F!rt Suit Filed.
The first suit to be filed with Wal
ter Thomas, newly' appointed justice,
of the peace, waa, filed yesterday. It 1
naa a iiluii aim win prouauiy
pome up for hearing early next weet
Tax Commission Report. . .
The state tax commission report is
now out No nynfon of mine taxa
tion law Is made 'in the report owing
to the fact that the 1912 report ot the
output of the mines is not yet avail
able.- This report will probably be
ready about February 1. when a sup
plemental report, covering the mine
taxation will be Issued. The tax law
"proposed by the mine owners was for-
waraeq to .rnoenix some time ago.
Director to Meet
ITie board of directors of the Y.
W. C. A. will meet in the rooms ot
the association next Tuesday morning
to discuss matters pertaining to the
Interests of the Institution.
New Mall Schedule,
, The new mail schedule, made neces
sary by the recent change In the rail
road time table, has been posted on
the Main street side of the post offiie
above receiving boxed. TSs mail for;
the west closes at 1:30 p. m. and for
the east at S.S0 p. m. Tna registered
mall for the west closes at 6 p. m. and
for the, east at 1 pm. Mall for war
ren and Lowell closes at 8:30 a. m.
and at 3 p. m.
K. Ps. Go to Cananea.
Fifteen members of the Knights of
Pytnias leave for Cananea In several
automobiles this afternoon to pay a
visit to the lodge there. The return
trin tr111 hA morlo Stinrlair affAnlnY
JAmong .those who are to make the
trip, win u, u. u. jiamows, j. n.
Verfuth, N. A. Patterson. W. Hully,
J. VIck-ovica, R. Beei and county at-
Itorney, W. J. GllEwe of Tombstone
no win come nore especially to ac-
v Electric . Water Heater
Baby Bottle Heater
Electric Sewing Machine Motor.
Returns from Coast.
"Dad" "Walsh returEW yesterday
from a holiday visit with his family
at Ocean Park. Ke Says that the
weather In Los Angeles was extreme
ly cold during the early part ot this
week and he Is of the opinion that
the loss of citrus fruit from the freeze
will be even greater than the reports
sent out In tho news reports Walsh
was glad to get back to sunny Ari
zona. Smokehouse to' Move.
J C White, proprietor cr the Smoke
House, has rented the building on
Main street formerly occupied by the
Hot Point 6 lbs. Price
General Electric 6 lbs. "
Westinghouse 6 lbs.
American Beauty 6 lbs.
We have all of the above appliances for 'sale and all
are sold subject to acceptance or, rejection after
Bisbee Improvement Co.