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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1913
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YOU MEN SHOULD
THIS SHIRT SALE
ALL SUM & borne of the $2.00
grades in the CLUETT &
GOTHAM SHIRTS All are
coat stle with cuffs attach
ed in our stood flttlns shirts.
$1.50 is oiir clean up price on
all $2.00 &. $2.50 grades or our
better crude, CLUETT. GO
THAM and E. S. W. Shirts.
ALL. pi MEX know of our
fblrt lines they are the
BEST VALUES IN BISBEE
and we are not showing a few
I'roken lints only THEY
ALL QO IN THIS SALE
Ol'It ItEASOV Is to have a
CLEAN SPUING LINE when
the new ones arrive.
THEY WILL SOON BE HERE
and THIS SALE will be on
ONLY A FEW DAYS SIORE-
COATS 2(KJ. OFF
This Is that light weight
waterproofed TAN AUTO
COAT with a storm collar and
LIGHT WEIGHT but "WARM
just the thing for an Auto-Coat
$14.00 $16.00 $18.00
NETTLETON SHOES $0.00
That Is 50 cents to $1.00 less
than in ANY C1T OUTSIDE.
REGAL SHOES $3.50 & more.
Schwartz, Bros. Co.
(The Safe' Place) (Main St.J
THE THIRD DEGREE"
IS POWERFUL PLAY
' Although a much better cast could
have been chosen to play "The Third
Degree;' "Charles Klein's famous to
J Ice drama, the performance widen
was given at the Orpheum theater
last night was thoroughly enjoyed by
a- fair sized audience. Frequent ap
plause greeted the tiner passages of
the author. In which a gripping and
powerful story was told.
The story or 'The Third Degree"
fringes on the confession extorted
Trora-a--weakling under gruelling clr-l
cumstances supposed to oe practiced
1 the metropolitan police, a portray
part of the first act. The remainder
al oj is men was given in tne latter
of the play is the battling of a wo
man's wits.' the wife of the weakling.
with' the powers of the law In freeing
luir iiuguuiiu iiuui a c-Jlue ui wiiun
he is innocent.
' Claremont, California
Al Kinds of Ornamental,
Deciduous And Citrus
Trees Our New Catalog
Nickles And Dimes
" Are great. They built the
;? You can build a bank account by trading at this store-
LOSES UTILE TIME
IN STARTING OFF
Commercial Club Officials
Are Rapid Workers and
Deal with Many Subjects
in a Short Session.
ARE NOT FAVORED
County seat removal, bonding of
Ftate for rood, purposes, commission
form of government, children!! playi
ground, mining laws, the San Francis
co and San Diego., expositions.- IiO
well road, arrangements relative to
two lectures and appointments of
some committee heads were matters'
which came up for attention at thj
meeting of the directors of 'the" W'aM
ren District Comercial club last
night. The r.ew othcers and directors
were In the harness and started oft
with a snap and a vim Milch artuex
for a more successful second year
than was the phenominnl first year
of the club.
I'nder the head of new business
last night the club received the resig
nation of Mark I'. John whose bust
lies? affairs precluded his continuing
as a director. In bis place Fred W.
Hitter was elected as the third Lo
The Commercial club favors ex
hibits for the stale of Arizona at
both San Francisco and San Diego,
such exhibits to b Installed In. the
exhibit places but is opposed to an
expenditure of money for state build
ings. A resolution to that effect
was passed and copies of It will be
sent to the goteraor ard the mem
bers of the legislature. This Is the
first resolution of the kind passu) bj
any commercial organization in the
A letter wis read from Governor I
Hunt replying to the request that houay to join Mr. Smith who recently
embody In his call county seat re
moval and bonding for state high
ways. He prompted to glte these mat
ters consideration before Issuing the
The matter of the Old Trail Ocean
to Ocean Highway was
and endorsed by the club. Member
ship in the association was referred
to the roads committee. The same
disposition was made of the lecture
to be given here January 27, on the
subject of roads. As to the former
matter the directors were mucn
pleased at an Inspection of the map
which places Bisbee so prominently
Among the committee heads names.
, last night were Trade and Agricul
ture. Ross Griffith; Schools and Edu
cation, Frank F. Bledsoe; State Legis
lation, J. M. Ball: City Legislation,
L. J. Overlock; Legislation drafting.
George Neale; Playground, S. K. Wil
liams, Commission form of Govern
ment, J. M OConnell; Roads. Jobii,st
J Bow en. Several committees re
main to be filled and will be named
at the next meeting
Reformed Heathen Followed
to Grave by;Americans
iWho Get Souvenirs
Word was received yesterday from
Tombstone that Louies Hlngr. a Chris
tian Chinaman, was buried yester
day at that city in the city 'burial
giound 'and that the Chinaman 'was
sW a Christian btirtal
There were no food offerings to!
the departed spirit, as Is the custom
at Chinese funerals, and no 'uncral
papers were distributed along the line
ot march, which is supposed to fool
the "evil spirits." Few of tho mem
bers of the Chinese colony were at
the funeral. A number of Airerlcan
I friends of Hing attended the funeral
in auiomoDiies. ai me conclusion oi
the ceremonies each of the Americans
was nresented with a nickel, wrapped
tin Chinese envelopes bearing many
Chinese characters thereon. It was
explained that-these were -good wish
to Louies" tokens.
HELENA. Mont, Jan. 14. Thomas
J. Walsh, of Helena, preferential can
didate, received every vote cast In the
two houses of the legislature today
for United States senator. The houses
highest building in the world.
Plain Price Store
EARL D. HAMMACK, Prop
Cor. Johnson Blk., Main Street
All Arrangements Ready for
First League Plav Which
Is Due Saturday
The complete, schedule of the Y
M.' C. A. Basket Ball league hns beea
arranged and calls for two gana
each Saturday night 'up to and irictn'd
nz March 1. .'
There are four teams In the league,
wblch was organized on Monday
U-'ght. The first games will be play
ed on Saturday night. Each of tho
teams Is charged an initntlon ( or
5 1. SO, which will go towards th fund
'or the purchase of prizes for the
winning team. No admission will "be
charged to the games.
The 'following Is the schednlo or
the league: January IS, Reds vs;
Blues, and Greens vs. Blacks, Jan
uary '23. BhleH vs. Greens and Reds
Vs. Bla?ks; February J, . niue.i vs.
Blacks and Greens vs. Reds; February
8. Greens vs. Blacks and Reds vs.
Blues: February 15, Reds vs. Blacks
and Blues vs. Greens; March 1, Reds
vs. Greens and Blues vs. Blacks.
WEEKS TO BE SENATOR
BOSTON, Mass., Jan. 14. John W
Weeks, of Nenton, received, the ma
jority vote for IJ. S, Senator In bolt)
houses of the Massachusetts legisla
ture today. He olled the full re
publican strength. A joint session
tomorrow will ratify the vote.
H. Garcia, violinist at the Royal
theatre for some time past, leaven tor
EI Paso this morning to spend several
weeks with his brother, who is con
sidered to be one of the ablest Mex
Mrs. L. A. Smith and son of Don-
ver Colo., arrived in the city yester-
accepted a position at the Junction
mine. The Smiths Intend to make
their future home In Upper Lowell.
E. II. Wiles of l-OHell leaves for
Tombstone this morning to be gone
for several days.
E. J. Williams, of White Water fs
spending a short time in Lowell.
Mr and Mrs. C. E. Smith and daugh
ter. May. are visiting Mrs. Smith's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Downey ot
F. R. Crandell. cf Santa Fe inter
nal revenue Inspector, is spending sev
eral days In the city on an inspection
Alfred Paul, of Douglas, arrived In
the city yesterday In his automobile.
John W. Walker, court stenograph
er of tne superior court ai lomo-
wag a Blsbce visitor yesterday.
Constable J. J. McRea left yester-
day for Douglas,
on a short business
i S J. Elkenbarry, assistant post,
' master, lias gone to Elgin for his va-
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES
A special meeting -will be held In
Fair Hall today at 2:30 p. m. Im-
Brief Local Items
Marshal Watklns has received the
specifications on one of the three bids
that have been made for 'the installa
tlon of the city jail in the city ball
building. The bids as at first re
ceived did not give sufficient infor.
maotlon as to the material to be
used, eta It is expected that all the
tpeciflcations will fie ready" for pre
sentation of the city council, on Sat
urday night. '
Boxing and Basketball.
Arrangements have been made for
a boxl.ig match to be held before
the games of the Y, M. C, iA. basket
ball league, on Saturday night ; The
bout will be between Pourtliouse
end Freeman, both of whom are In
the boxing tournament The - bout
will be called promptly at 8 o'clock.
Organize Bowling Team.
At a meeting to be held tonight at
the- Y. 51. C. A. a bowling team will
be organized. The team will arrange
fcr games with the Douglas team. It
Is expected that the flrst game will
be played before the end of the
month. ' '
Baby Boy. v
A baby boy was born on Tnerday
afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Otto John
son, ot O. K. Trail.
Charles Wright l Dead.
Charles Wright, for a number oi
We offer One Hundred. Dollars Re
ward for ny case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
P. J. CTTENET tc CO., Toltdo. O.
JWe, tho underxtgnei!. have known T. J.
Cheney for the Uzt U rears, and believe
aim perfectly honorable In all bualnen
transactloni and financially able to carry
out any obllratlon made by hit firm.
NATIONAL BANF OP COMMERCE;
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood 'and mu
cous surfaces of the syttem-'TestlaioalaU
sent rre. Price 7i centa per bottle 8IJ
by all DrutnrUts.
Take KaU'a ramUy Kill tit csatUpaiao.
A WWII A! CAIF
TAILORED IN OUR OWN SHOPS ,
"Vrmf 'f.lrvfTneic anrl frVio irckT vrvn
Jt ir&w. ivuiioo
wear them are an index of your
character. They cut the big
gest figure and it will pay to
have them right. When mak
ing 'your selection it isn't a
question of will this - material
make a gopd looking suit? The
deciding factor should be will it
stay good looking? Every fab
ric in. this sale is strict pure
wool, and as to the fit and style
they must be right
For We Guarantee them
By having your Suit made here,
it will enable you to have the
best. of workmanship put into
it, because we have none but
the best in our work shop,, we
alsohavea big variety of this
season styles for you to select
Order Your Suit Now. Blues or Blacks are not Included
VALUES TO $36.50, SALE PRICE $30.00
VALUES TO $45.60, SALE PRICE $34.50
S OFF REDUCTION
yearn a resident of this city, died
yesterday. TInT'deeeased" was about
forty years of age. Ho was at one
time guard forltlie city prisoners and
was later a teamster. He has : da
tives living in JiVw .Mexico and, un
(I t ey are communicated with. m
fdne al arrangements will be) made.
aisak. " jf
" Iadviga Malsak, the fifteen months
old daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Walter
Maisak, who died "on Monda), was
twirled vesterday. The funeral was
held iat 2 .o'clock yesterday afternoon
ot the Catholic church. Father Meuer
officiating. '' 'V
Is Visiting Daughter. '
DtI John B. ilond, -accompanied ,by
Mrs. Bond has arrived In Varr5for
a visit with their daughter, Mrs. ligf
Ilster. Dr. Bond Is an old resident of
Little Rock, Arkanfca'p, and comes to
Arizdna to remalrf' '.tyr the winter,
though he has not fully decided as to
staying here. He- may go to Tucson
rs hi- hpard much of the dories o?
mat cnmaiey sjieaxins or toe state i
Of Arkansas' Dr. uond says it Is now-
enjoyinij unusual prosperity as a re'
suit , of excellent crops last year.
Will Not Meet
, The regular meeting of the BIsbee
JVoman's club which was soheduld
fr Friday afternoon, has been post
poned until some later date.
New Stamps on Sale.
The neW Panama-Padta erposttton
stamps, a supply of wnlch'was re
cently received $y,,the post office, will
be put on sale'.-loday. The stamps
are of .the one, five and ten cent de-
t nominations. A Jsupply,-)f the two
cent issue wui De receiteu suuu.
One Police Court Case.
! Only one case came up yesterday
'before dudge High. It wis a awe
of vagrancy. In which the defendant
forfeited his bond of $10.
Justice Thomas is getting his ot
flee in the Muhelm building equipped
with a telephone Isysem and othei
court room necessities. , All the fur
niture has now been moved Into the
Hotel Arrivals. '.'
At the Copper Queen: F. R. Cran
dall, Santa Fe; Joe Werthime, ' Chi
cago; D. T. Fennell. EI Paso; Ed
wad Perclval and wife. Chicago; 1L
M. Hawkins. Denver; A. W. Mullen.
Denver; J. W. Plece,.San, Francisco;
H. Schumbolt, Chicago; U. Suttoa,
tat Angeles; 6. Buseia, New York;
D. A. Masse, city; J. 3. Clark, Pli3
nix; J. V.Jali6lt, Csaae4; R, W.
Lean, Sao) Francisco; C, O. Rider, St.
Joseph; George E. Klsfcer, St. Iiuls;
J. K Payne, St Louts.
CtXIK. UllO CY T uu
ON EXTRA TROUSERS
At the Philadelphia. W. C Payne,
El Paso; A. J Hicks, Tucson, M. J.
Love. El Paso; P. A. Martin, Nogalcs;
J. H. Archlbold. Los Angeles; Martin
J. Carey, Benson; J. J. Calero, El
Paso; John J. Baynlor. San Diego; K.
Elections Not Complete.
Although a complete list of the
newly elected beard of directors Sot
me warren uisinct country ciuu
was published In Wednesday's pa peri
the various appointive ofllces havo
not yet ,b"een filled owing to the in
ability of tne board to meet. It was
expected that all the offices would be
filled on the night of the election but
as the full board was not present
at fte time, this iart of the election
has been postponed until some later
To Command Troop C.
' Captain Fred J. Herman, '.from tho
detached service, arrived in 'Warren
yestej-day enroute to port 'Huachuca
'where -he Is 'to take command of
Troop C, Ninth tsyralry, now under
son. Mr. Nicholson will probably re-
maln with tfie troop a while longer
but ' Capt. Herman w 111 have com
Held fcr Investigation.
Although two dismissals were
made in the gambling cases which
appeared before the Lowell couyt.
Tuesday arid Wednesday, the manager
of the saloon In which the arrests
were made, Is being- held in $200
bonds until further testimony is heard
iu the case. The manager is charged
with conducting a gambling houstt
Valuable Horse KflleaV .'.
Whether the valuable troop horse
that died yesterday "died a natural
death or was killed bya street car"
Is being debated among the soldiers
Atafloned In Warren. At any rato
he 'is dead. It appeara that the
horse which was one of the best
among those in Warren, had a se
vere case of colic nearly al day
Tuesday and everything was done to
relieve the animal but to no avail.
Uuring Tuesday nteht the horse
strayed away from the picket and
went over and lay down in the street
car track. Some time later, the
street car ran Into the animal dis
abling. It and a few momenta later
Change Irf LlDrary Hours.
The change in the library hours ot
the Copper Queen library appeared
on the bulletin window sign for the
first time yesterday. The new change
Is In the hours on Sundays when the
library will be open frbia" 11 o'clock
a. m. to 1 p. m. Books will be re-
celved and circulated between these
Bench Made Tailored i
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hours. No changes have been made
in the hours regulating the reading
Repair Ball ParK Fence.
Work on th fence of the Warren
bali park was commenced yesterday
and it is hoped that the fence will
be finished before the end of ths
week. A peculiar result of the storm
whicb blew much of the fence dowi.
was, that the fence wan torn away
.ia. spots of twenty and thirty feet
apart on all four fides of the en
closure and in no place did it tear
down the whole side of it.
Enlarge Grocery Department.
The grocery department of the
Phelps-Dodge Mercantile company has
recently been enlarged again al
though this department 'had been
doubled In capacity within the past,
few weeks. Several new cases have
Home Bakihfl Reduces
THE U. S. DspL of Agriculture in Experiment Station Bulletin
No. 142 says that ten cents 'worth "of wheat supplies almost
three times as much protein and ten times as much energy as
round Xteai, and with some other cuts of meat the difference is
If then, one really desires to reduce her weekly meat and grocery
bills, she need only make, more use ofher oven,
Who ever beard man, woman or child complain that good- home-made
biscuits, muffins, cake and cookies appeared on the table too often? Instead the
tendency H "to make a meal of them" and tbVvariety is so great that something
you bake yourself coald well be the chief feature of every meal.
Home Baking is Simplified by
the Use of K C Baking Powder
With K C, you can make things moist and rich yet bare them
light and feathery, wholesome and digestible. Biscuits may be mire J
the night before and baked fresh for breakfast. Muffin need not
be dry and heavy. Yotf can make a cake so light that you can
hardly get it out of the pan whole, yet it will not fall.
K C is not like the old fashioned baking powders. It Is double
acting and continues to give off leavening gas until the dough Is
cooked through. K C is sold at a fair price a large can for 25
cents. This would be no object if strength and purity were sacri
ficed, but every can is fully guaranteed under State and National
Pure Food laws and to pleate. We take all the chances. Your
money back If yeu do not get better results with K C than any
baking poVrder ycu ever used.
Includes can in your next grocery order, try seme of the new
recipes that appear in this paper from time to time. Then you will
have gone far toward solving this vexing "Cost of Living" problem.
been Added and the stock increased,
and" t,wo new clerks have been, added
to- the' force. The new clerks art.
uJtfessrsj' Julien and Hollock. one
coming from Muney. Ind.. and the
other from Goldlield. Nevada.
CARD OF THANKS
, We wish to thank the many friends
and, jirjghbors and esirecially Rev.
K. 0 rOecker. and Mrs. -Ethel Day.
for .their kindnesr and sympathy
sUov.fi during the Illness and at the
time ' qff the death of our wife and
.W. If. DAY,
,WILL H. DAY. CSS
j JCARD OF THANKS.
I" wih to thank all my friends and
acquaintances for their sympathy ami
assistance, and for their presence at
the .funeral of my wife.
THOMAS O'ROURKE. CS7
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