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THE IJISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE,ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNJMG, JANUARY 19, 1913.
Library Seeks To Fill The
Reading Desires Of All
According o Mrs. C. X. Vail. at The Makiug of a Great Canadian
Hip Chmwr Qun library. Hint lnsti i Hallway, by V A Taibot gives nmcli
tution was started with the chief Idea ptattetlcal information of value to the
o( furnishing to the Hlsbee public.
Just the books that appealed to theu
most, although some regard was ex
ercised In getting such books as
would be likely to have more than a
momentary' valu With this idea In
view, scarcely au attention was paid
to heavier works-and reference books
were almost btudlously ignored. Four
teen years agowhen the library waa
first established, there was a reason
lor this and jtbp public was satisfied,
out now throc'gh systematic, sett ed
ucatfon, and the steady ''growth of
penmanancy, a taste for the heavier
works has been developed, and ebere,
Is a constant call for the more solid
Works on history, mechanics and thei
vocational pursuits. As wai the cash!
Jn the beginning, the library Is only .
too willing to supply the need and oteel
now1 plans are being discussed in ret-1
erence to Installing one of the most!
complete reference libraries it Is pos.
Bible to obtaIp.,More and more re
gard is belng'paid to books with a
rartlcular appeal to economics, his
tory, geography and art
Seek State History.
'Another of the notable attempts of
the llbraryi is-jU, obtain a complete
Bet of books 'on tW'state of Arizona!
Kverythinc obtainable In reganj to
intending colonist, investor and en
gineer of the great Canadian north
wes.t. Jt tells a story of tlw romance
aud the tragedy of building a railway
which makes accessible 30,000.000
acres of wheat land millions of acres
of untouched timber loud and untold
mineral wealth. It is told with a vivid
nefs and fresliress that makes the
work of almost thrilling Interest.
POSSE SEARCHES FOR
TAFI FAILS 10
Man President Ad
dresses Fails to Meet
Executive Half Vay
the early bJbjor&Jlhe resources, and
the 'literature oT the country ie being
collected and"isavd'for future genera
tions. Already there is a considerable
collection v$ hefcp works, a partial
list of which has len posted on the
bulletin toarft rtis.tne reading room.
-"Nova Scotia." b Beckles Wllbon.
is a historical, descrlptlce and eco
nomic account pf the province that
has been atmosfigilorcd In the devel
opment ofldJnnaQa. 'The book, which
Is primarily intended for. the tourist,
points out'heWSIrablllt "of making
' NcAaScotlaK.iiLof settlement, de-
scribes j,is""nflural picturesquc-ness,
Jand the resources and intelligence ot
its people; '
' "The Tu'rnElile.M'b A. E. A'. Mas.
ion, tells 'a .story f a chlldles Eng
lish couple in AigentW who adopt t.
5lttle girl from a foundlings home anil
iher gradual development 4ijtb a wo
i man of commanding, position.
. A Marriage .Under Terror.
"A- MarriageJUnuei; Terror" by Pa
iric!a'Veiittt6h'Wtrays- a vhldl
picture o( Parte during the terror. It
iccourtu tWe1 experiences of a joung
"woman whose only relative Is impris
oned and heV forced marriage and
The Cradle o fthe Deep
Tho Cradle of the Deep- by 9U
Frcdorlck TIee Is a rambling dJTfcT
dies beginning WlHi Barbados and
'Trinidad The sjoxy is interwoven
with many historic anecdotes and in
cidents. There an, vivid accounts ot
the St. Plerra, disaster and the Kings
ton earthquake. ,
The tPlctureM of Polly.
"The PrctuYes oT Polly," by Mary
It. Andrews Is a pleasing story of
French peasant boy who, knighted In
boyhood by .Napoleon, devotes his life
to the Iioha'parttVt cause and w ho fin
ally becomes marshal Hnder Louis
X&poleon. , j
The Wonder .Workers.
"The Wojider Workers' by Slary
H. Wade Is" series of biographical
studies of "Luther Biirbank. Helen Kel
ler, Jane Addams, Thomas Edison,
"William George, Wilfred Grenfell and
Judge BejJAndffj-fr They ar all
simply toIdnarcoTitain materia not
clsowherenrallaulett Of sieclal use
to children and, study clubs.
"Amateur Gardencraft." by Eden
E. Rexfoftiyi a reliable gMide for
gardeners with particularly good
chapters on roses, dahlias, gladiolus
and lilllesrThet -are- many attrac
tive and suggestive HluMratior. from
NEW YOKK. K. Y, Jan. IS. raft
tonight paid one of his frequent Sat
urdaj uight vidts to New York, ail
ing dinner engagements, chief among
which sas that of the Ohio society
annual banquet. Earlier in the even
ing he attended a private dinner In
honor of Andrew L. White, formerly
president of Cornell university, and
had a tentative engagement to drop
in later at a banquet of tbe DuoheM
county (New York) society. "When
President Taft entered the baaquet
hall where the dinner to former Pres
ident Andrew 1). White ot Cornell,
was held toniftht, the first persoa be
saw' ws Henry Puipps, a Pittsburg
steel wan. The president stretched
liis hand out and rhilingly said.
"How do jou do Mr. Phlpps?" Pbipps
looked blankly at the president a mo
ninnt. 'tPardon me. 1 don't seem to
recall your face, he said. A wave
of laughter from the diners brought
a smile to the president's face, uhich
ban been chxded a second. "Piiipps,"
be saiu. "I think If J on will take a
good look at me. you will retail inn."
Before the president coud complete
hw sentence. Pcjppfc, who continued
gazing intent' at him. broke in with:
"Why. President Taft I beg your par
don. I really did not recognize row."
The president laughed as be shook
PIiIih' hHd and walked to the place
reserved tor Win
UTES ARE 00T, GEE?
. 5TAIE AUTHORITIES
Santa Fe Railroad Offers Re
ward For Man Who
SAN UBHNAKU1NO. Cal., Jan. 18
The Santa railway tonsiht of
fered 5ii0 for the arrest of ths mur
derer of George M. Cox. a telegraph
optrator, who was slain last night
while working at his koy in the de-
lot at Sum mil, in the San Bernardmu
A posse led by Sheriff Ralphs and
A. M. Adams, representing the Santa
Ke railway, passed the day apd night
in m mountains, aearnmg ,ior tne
murdcVcr. jThay took seyornl suspepts
Into custody but found no cldft .to
connect any of there directly with the
The officers are inclined tonight to
iwlleve that tne murderer entered the
depot and shot Cox before ha had a
chance to rise from his telegraph
Key ine operators cioutes wore
TO STAND PAT
(Continued lrom Page 1)
the Greek occupation of Saloniki less
'-tkely to be disputed. In additlou to
this the allies feel that the time nev
er will be more favorable for them
Allies Better Prepared.
rroi tbe rejwrts received It is evi
dent that the Tarfctsh forces are not
lit the Vest condition, while, on tho
other hand, tbe allies, as the result
of long preparation, are nerved to a
high pitch. The sveii creeks armls
Uct lias restored their armies and
they have been gathering forces at
Important places. Throughout all the
Balkan states, according to the pleni
potentiaries at Ixndbn-, from the larg
est towns to the 'humblest hamlets,
only one cry goe tq; "War to the
bitter eud, until our eternal enemy is
driven out of Etirope forever."
Fifty Armed Indians May
Cause Call for the
Gain strength on
a partially 'pre-dlgested food
that provides easily-absorbed
nourishment for body and
GrapeiNuts food Is not only
a great,hsd!-fezoTTectiiig trou
ble. buCjaJip toriavolding U.
If ynr':'us'ual ft ood disagrees,
try thenhAnge to slssple
breakfasjo?. Grape-Nts and
cream tor a wfcefc or two.
Stomach e and new
t i " V
J l "There's a Reason"
VS t - T A
.CftTCrtl V LA
CORTEZ. Colo. Jan IS Kitty Vie
Indians, enraged b the killing of one
ot their tribe In a rifle duel with
a Mexican sheep herder off the reser
afon, are fortified In the Ute hkwii
talns in Southwestern Colorado, defy
ing the, sheriC of Montezuma couaty
and Indian agent Seer sent to take
from them Big .Rabbit, an Indian, who
shot and seriously wounded the s hep-herder.
The l?tes are armed with magazine
rifles and aru making so determined a
stand that tbe sheriff etunerd here to
day to gather a posse of fifty men to
pursue the rtes into the mountains.
ralees the Indians yield tbe saeriif
said that be would call upon the state
WESTERN GOLF ASSOCIATION
CHICAGO. Ill, Jan. lS.The con
trolling powers for the game of golf
throughout a large section of the
country rounded up at Blacksto&e ho
tel this afternoon and began the
transaction of business in connection
with the annual meeting ot the West
ern Golf association. Clubs from Pltts-1-nrg
to Denver and from tho lakes
to the srulf were reDresented by dele-
I gates. Chief interest ia Uhe metinS
centers in tne allotment ot tne ciian
piofiship tournaments for the coming
season. Spirited competition is on for
the honor of entertaining the amateur
championship event. All of tbe pres
ent officers of the association are
slated for re-election They are
1 resident John D Cad of Rock Is
land, Vice President F U Woodward
of Uemer Secretarj C. E. WHlard
of Chicago, and Treasurer Bruce D.
Smith of Chicago.
ENGINEERS GO OUT
BANGOR. Maine. Jan. IS Althongn
100 locomotive engineers and firemen
employed on the Bangor and Aroo
stook rail read strvsk today for an in
fer ease In wages, the road's passenger
sendee was maintained In part. The
trains were manned by men brought
hero from outside the state several
days ago, in anticipation ot tbe strike.
The freight service, devoted largely
to print paper, It at a standstill.
NEEDS WAITER Ai
NOT AN 1ERTAIER
Supposed Corpse Comes -to
- and Demands Service
CQRXING. -V- T, Jan. IS.- Af an
andemJter was preparing' to eauaju
his body today. Harrj Brlgtum, of
Ulysses, Pa., straluhtened vp in ted,
and ajtfccd for breakfast. After eatin;.
BrlgBam ssM he felt better than a
had foi-tlayl' Brtgham. who tiad bean
Ui a long time, waa found. "Mead" by
his family. After two hoars" effort to
atonse him the gttHiraoaetf the usder-taker.
NATIONAL STOCK SHOW
DENVBR. fjloloi Jan! 13. Brery
thing is in readiness for the' opening
lure Monday of the efjflMh annual Na
tlonal Western Stoojv sow, The show
wW cofMnae through tke week. At
the stoefejrrd for Ine eVent.' aru
thousands (?f thoroughbred cattle,
pedtsrewl stieeft aad faifey hogt. A
large atteadance of stoal gnawers and
tfeaiers ie expected from the oaUj
western and middle western states.
TO REMOVC REMAINS
SAVANNAH, Gff Jan. 'EVIn or
der to make tbe final' arrangements
for the removal of he recnanw of Col
oftel "Liaht Horse Harry" Lee. a com
missioner from the Virginia legisU-
tUre-afcsed throo)h Beref-toda' en
rhutfrtn f!umberfcndlMand. where the
famous RcvolHUonary hero, father of
tOeneral Robert E. Ise. wa "burled
more than a eenwry ago. Jespll tna
cbJeoUon made by the Georgia Di vis
ion of tiw rMmgntars ot the American
Kemli'iar consent ktw been obtained
GOVERNOR HARMON ABROAD
NEW YORK. Jan. 18. Judson liar
men, who test week retired from the
Sir. ernorshlp of Ohio after a contin
uous service of four years, departed
today on a long vacation trip abroad.
The ex-Governor ie accompanied by
Mrs Haroon B&- their daughter.
Mrs. A. Jf. Vrjht The jiany wlli
travel extensively in Egypt, Greece
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED You to telephone 244,
write us or call if you have furni
ture for sale highest cash price
paid or exchanged Hquse furnish
ings complete easy jtayroems
Standard Furn Co , Allen Block
A COMFORTABLE HOME
vhould fx" the aim of every young
man. Real estate Is today. &nd al
ways wiU h. the safest and best
paying investment. We have plen
tv ot '
GOOD CITY PROPERTIES
with hose erected thereon, that
an ibe Jiought right. If J'ou have
mo(nJr that irfnot earning Its jirpp
" per interest. ou will' do wel! to
lock into thefe otferUigs.
THE REAL ESTATE MAN
O. K. Blk. Phone 76
For $1 .65
I in -nr tnnri hA si 4- o I
1 itlKIHCU 11UIO
WORTH TO $10.00 V WHERE QUALITY IS WEDDED WITH LOW-PRICE J WQRm TQ $13m
Choose A Smart Handsome Separate Skirt
Here Monday And Pay A Fraction Of Its Real Value
r Ml!" rj Mfp"
It is the final clearance of Women's Separate Skills. Not a
garment is reserved All are marked to so at the present
low prices which are the final closing figures.
The offer embraces our entire remaining stock and in
cludes the newest colors, popular fabrics and styles that
are absolutely new and correct Materials are Worsteds,
Homespuns, Cijcviots, Mixtures, Whipcords and Serges.
Every original price we quote is absolutely genuine and
the reductions are exactly as they arc noted here. We
have the goods and you will get them at exactly the prices
F r Skirts Worth
Reg. S8.50 & $10
When wfl tell you that the original
soiling prices of these skirts were
$S.S0 and $10.00 you'll probably
think we're exaggerating, but we
simply ask you to come and view
the garments for yourself they
will more than come up to your
expectations. Not a large assort
ment. however, which make it all
the more Imperative that you act
jiromptly If you expect to share the
Clearing Silk Petticoats
$15.50 & $7.50 a QC
For Skirts Worth
You'll not make a mistake In se
lecting a Skirt from this collec
tion, as the styles are practically
good for another season. There is
not a skirt In. the lot worth less
than $13.50 and Bomo that sold
for as much aa $15.00 your choice
for $6.9", Perhaps these valua
tions may seem ridiculous to you.
but nevertheless, they're true.
They're all high class garments,
stunning and exclusive models.
Knowing as we do the Importance
of the valued represented In this
offering of Silk Underskirts, we
advise jou to come early Monda)
for best selection. Not an unlim
Red number to choose from, hut
the assortment includes black, and
nearly all colors Choice for $4.95.
$10 & $12.50 95
VALUES FOR j
Here's an offering of Silk Under
skirts that commands prompt ac
tion, if you wo'ijd share the rich
est values. They're made of thy
finest grade -of soft Taffeta and
Mescaline Silks; in black and mobc.
fnvored colore, regular valufs-from
$10.00 up to $12h"0 Choice for
Bewitching Style. and Liberal Economy Becon To This
Magnificent Display And Sale Of Lovely SILK WAISTS
Exquisite Styles, Rich Colorings
And Pretty New Designs
Buy now. it you need a pretty Silk Kimono or
if you exoect to need one, for jou never be
fore had the chance to obtain such beauilfu'
styles at a full TUIUL) less then thilr real
They're made ot' softest China Silk in deli
cate fh&des of p'nk, blue, lavender and white;
some are elaborately trimmed with lace, others
In bpniitlrul Hower and figured patterns, rich
in design and coloring. Lcoe back styles and
others shirred at the waist, with close fitting
telt low neck or sailer collar; elbow or Jap
Note The Savings
$5.00 Silk Kimonos for ... 33.35
$fi50 Silk Kimonos for ... S4.3S
$7.50 Silk Kimonos for .,. $5.00
SS.50 Silk Kimonos for ... $5.65
$10.00 Silk Kimonos for ... S6.65
$12.50 Silk! Kimonos for .'.. $8.35
$1500 Silk Kimonos for ...$10.00
i ; !
i i '
Here arc two handsome lots ot waists. Certainly they represent the
utmost skill of their artistic designers and most exquisite combinations
of colors, 'flip great varietj of pretty models incluiled in this clearance
are especially commendable for their beauty and new style features
There are thoee made of Channelise, Not and Chiflon In both simple
and elaborate styles In an unusual tarict of fascinating design. Tail
ored and fancy waists of Mcssnllne and Taffeta Silk in many 'fcharurtsB
models all beautifully .made. The range of yhclce is wide as th sale
starts, but the best stylos find iptick sale, so bo on hand early.
Worth up to $6.50
We unhesitatingly claim this to be
the biggest and best Bargain In
Silk Shirtwaists wc have ever of
fered. It is certainly a matchless
opportunity tc buy a handsome
blouse at a most economical price.
The good styles, the splendid ma
terials and the excellent making
of these garments are undoubted
ly familiar to you. The offer In
cludes every waist that formerly
sold for $3, $fi.00 and $6.50 Your
choice for $2.65
& Chiffon Waists
$8.50 to $10 Val's
This clearance time tinds us with
a very large assortmont ot C'har
muese. Net sind C'lWrm Wateta. A
collectlqn that for vnctety of rtyle
and beauty of design wc hsv nv
or before equaled. And, tho re
markably low price at which tby
are offered daring thfa- win places
them nithin reach ot the most
slender purse. To evtn attempt
to describe tite mtvy lofoly stffes,
is out ot the question. Regular
$8.10 and $10.00 value for $3.85.
Wc Outing Flannels For Jl Yd. C$6.50 Down Comfortables For S4.J0
Ol'TING FLANNEI-S. 32 inches wide, in light, medium and dark colors, I - "' T'
and a variety of patterns, the quality that reguarl; seils fo. 10c a yard,
special at 7iC.
15c Fleeced Goods For JQc Yard
FLHGCBP CiOODS. 32 Inches wide, suitable for house noKltgee. In
dotted, figured, floral and Persian patterns, le qoaltty. special a yaru
20c Kimono Cloth For Y&fezA-
KIMONO CIX1T115, .2 incht wiUo. flaeco lined, in strii?Spe-rarind
bordered patterns, a p!endid assortment, 20c qualify tt -si TafSfcic.
15c Outing Flannels For lOcYarel
OUTING FIJVN'E-S. vers, heavy quality, suitable tor Underskirts, in
gray. tan. brows and red barette effects, regaiar 15c qBallty at lbc a
20c Eden Flannels For 12cM 5
EDK.N FLANNELS, especially adapted for Sirtwnlstji. 27 iircbes wide,
la pin stripes and plain colors, 20c quality, saitr-jirlce 12e a yaro.
1 2 Vi c Outing Flannels For Qc Yard
OUTJJG.-FTA?BLS im;awidr.raape pr naMnilrsaf'd.' colors, inclading
stripes, checks,' figirf and plaids, 2S Inches Wide, 12?c quality.' special
a yard 3c. ' l f
85c Wool Challies For 4QC Yard
WOOL CHALUES. 27 Inches wide, in stripes, figures, dots and bor-
derert patterns especially adapted for Vart IJrcsaes, WalsU. etc., S5c
quality, sale prlre toe a ard.
We still have a few of those plidid Down Comfortable we're sell
lag for $1.50 that wore formerly prieea at JC.oe. Thejr re Jnri wi
der strictest jsanltary condklone d AH with cta3 down featheM,
there is only a limited rwml-r. w tWwwfore niaizs U a.Mlty
of buying promptly, as a dlur miaht nksan mbxting jt gf tkM
snlendld tarxalns. Covered both tWas with th AmK qWiHtr-MMeft
V In beautiful flower destsn. J'
Sale Of Women's
Women's fine cotto Jery Ribbed UbIbh
sults rjurments t designed that the fir
It perfect, they are thoroughly shrunk and
JiBaehed io the jtb. Aw will net kse
tdr Mstr or their eiasticKy witfc repeats
wasWnjss. l'aionS4t that wi iilease aad
sctfsfy the most particular woman.
7oc unionsuirs uc
St tt I Inlnncilitc " !!
$1.25 Unionsuits 90c
$1.75 Unionsuits $Oo
WOMEN'S ,COTTON $-f .00
VESTS'AND'BANTS v 1
$1.25 & $1.50 Values
Women's Jersey Ribbed, heavy weight, cot
ton Tcbto and Pants; Vests are made with
high nock, short or long sleeves; ankle
Itingth rents, garments tnat conform to the
exact shape of the figure as long as they
U) tefc Ute riba tack to Vtrgtsi
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