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TUB BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1913.
TAFT TORECEIVE DELEGATES
WASHINGTON. P. C, Jan. 2U1
Preaidcnt and Mrs. Taft will gtvo ju
afternoon tea and reception at ih
White House on Wednesday to the
delegates and ladles attending the
first annaat-'eonientlon of the clj amb
er of commerce of the Cnit&l States.
TJbe convention. which Is to discuss
numerous matters pcrtaning to the re
lations of business to legislation, will
begin Its sessions tomorrow with an
attcndancepf delegates representing
commercial Wltes " throughout the
Have' You Dipped Into Those Great
Clothing Values We Are Offering?
F YCfO haven't, you are not awake to the great
'esrclothes buying opportunity ever presented
"irrBisbee. The splendid economies which
havebien.. offered of late in thjs clothing store,
have Keen "the more marked through the high char
acter of the tailor work and splendid .finish, as well
-as the very dressy styles. It's insuring satisfaction
to both mind and pocket-to take advantage of
For Choice Of Men's Suits
Worth From $22.50 Up To $27.50
MEN who want an extra suit more than
,. they want the small amount one would
i cost, this is your chance to get it. Everv
sizCfro'm Big Men's to Young Men's. Not the un
limited assortmenv, ot course, that you would ex
pect 'artrfg' beginning of a new season - but am
ple vacietWJto make choosing easv. Every suir
that formerly sold foi $22.50, $25.00 and $27.50
(Blues an'd Blacks excepted.) Choice for only $15.
Buying, here during this sale is like putting money
from your right hand pocket into vour left ac
tual and-decisive savings.
blues m&M WW Wf '
ana Mr-"ftC fl MP
blacks mUg mmw
Exce'pled" ElM s?S j
For Choice Of Mens Suits
Worth $17.50, $18.50 and $20.00
WTT CANNOT carry a single suit over nev
er d0 that's why we are always ujto
.. - f the-minute in styles. There are about 50
Suits in this assortment and fine suits they are,
too. Squarely up -to the best standard of style and
fit and-wear. Regular $17.50. $18.50 and $20.00
valuesfor-$l0. Come in and pick out your choice.
Lots -of-wear time ahead and next season to
.think of- '
'ft MAY XSIVE, "SOLAR PLEXUS"
CAHSON CITV, Nev.. Jan 2D A
poll of Jhe new Nevuda legislature
which convened todpy indicates tbit
a majority of the members are a I
or of amendments to the present Jan
divorce laws which are responsible
for the Iteno "divorce mill" Industry.
An amendment to tho present law win
be presented Using the period frf resi
dence at one year au& xsW
tuning a prevteton wMca
low the decree to become
before another year
OLD TRAIL ROAD
GOES OVER ROUTE
CSfSMKlA,A K,nker Nqw in Pass
le ifftctwr City and Is on His Way to
i Ills bection of Ocean to
J Ocean Highway
IS OBTAINING MANY
BL PASO. Jan. SO. R! Pan ,,,o
IPGiigratwlate itself, upon tho fact that
'the pcean to Oootu Hlchway. assoila
t'on, or tie OW Oralis assodatlbn, has
unajiy aetermioea that its National
OK Trails road shall be rout-d
through this city The association
will use the Borderland roWe west
frw HI Paso, dropping down from
Ian Cntces. N M . to Bi Pm. then
double Wack to CanuUlIo. and on westj
to the Pacific coast.
This transcontinental automobile
highway -will be worth more to EI
Paso than anothor transcontinental
railroad. Is the way the matter is look-
ea upoa ly a hi the city who are
jmvidi; time atHt thought to the sub
Jet. Why a nstlonal auto hlRhwai
's forth store than a transcontlneut
irailroad is because only a certain per-
'oikb "i passenger tramc er tour
ists on the railroad would stop here,
wniJe or the many thousands ho
will travel the transcontinental auto
highway, air will stop In 111 Pasc.
In IX Paso at the present time s
A W KSnker of Kansas City, con
nected with the Old Trails road as
sociation. Mr. Klnker U working up
membership In this city tor the asso
ciation, and he has been given ill
assistance possible by Charlet Steven
J. R Bukey, A. H Haum and others
Of the EI Paso Auto association. -V.
number of members have been se
cured, and th hnnn Is tn !H MUM
!of El Paso's residents to the roll of
the Natiqnal Ocean-to-Ocean H'gfc
Lester's Good Work
Another man who has done valn-
lable work for El Paso Is C. H. I-eetor,
a resident of Watertown. S. f)., bt
who tpends each winter here a ad who
is here now Mr. Lester Is really the
"father" of the cross country route.
In this region he has made a fog
from Itoswell through El Paso to
Phoenix, and presented tte record (o
the association The route he biased
comes through Las Cruces.
The Borderland route begins at
Dodge City, Kansas. At this polBt the
eastern tourist will swing southwest
through El Paso, to the Paclfc,coa3t.
Tbp eastern uortion of the route s
' fn cmn.1 uh.lla Mgtt.i-ttir e limih
the older states. The intention is to
have constructed a pited highway
from ocean to ocean. Jt Is a -JUS,
j undertaking but ts moving towa'd
success The National .Automobile,
j Manufacturers association stands
i ready to donate a per cent of its
learnings, which will total JlO.OftO.Wto,
tf the federal goernment will make
'an eqjal appropriation This total
sum in addition' to the road work be
!:ng done by western states and coun
't'es will put a paed highway from
i.he Atlantic to the Pacific through
The El Pato Automobile club eas
)een at work on a project Jto get a
good road out ot the valley onto the
Mesa, and has spent about S1500 in
There had teen efforts made to send
the old trails road through to the Pa
cific by a more northerly route, hut
snow and mountains proved a physi
cal barrier, and it f'nally was decid
ed that the association must use the
tcrderland route through El Paso.
HOUSE APPROVES PLAN
Congress Consider Incorporation
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. SO
Articles of Incorporation for the so-
ciiied Rockefeller foundation, to ad
minister a philanthropic fend of $106.
000.009 to be donated y Rockefeller,
passed the house today by a vets
132 to 45, after some eppositkm. The
measure now goes to the senate
BANK OFFICIALS SENTENCED
Ccnvlcted of Grand Larceny Peni
tentiary Sentences Imposed
' NEW YOHK. X. Y-, Jan. . Dv
id A Sullivan, former president of the
Mechan'cs and Traders bank, of
Brooklj n. and Broc JR. Shears, form
,er president of the Borough bank, of
i Brookl n, were convicted of grand
larr-en) and received prison seatcacee
'tods Sullivan was genleaced to
i Sing Sing prison from two to four
-ar ana smears to i"e peiiueaiuiij
i of three senths.
Bill Gives Right to Acquire Added
. Sixty Acres Without Living On It
1 WASHINGTON. U C Jan. .
i A bill introduced by Uepresatative
Taylor, of Colorado, to- permit berae-
i steaoers aerintig av acres to 'a see an
sMHiomil sixty without living on the
property five years as the Iiw ni
.requires parsed the bouse toay.
SOLDIER SEES RED
i Austrian Ccrporal Kills Five. Wounds
Three and. Fires Barracks
VIENNA.. Austria. Jan 20 K cot-
B'ooral fn the Austro-Huncirlan arm v.
during a sudden attiok of raadness
today, snot aml killed fi'-e comrades ot
the elrhteenth infantry and taUliy
wouadd thtee'' others' atfrNevctliaie,
I'HerioSovna. Hither. j,et:fire to the
tnre httn,' He was later killed by a
"Oil AWZONA Palr3oid', Wct
I Hernia." fair ail wuriner.
Vice President-Elect Mar
Received at Arizona
- Capital City
LIKES THENEW STATE
vice Presldent-oiect Marshall "m
Given a hearty welcome la Phoenix
which the Gazette thus describes .
Met Uy the Indian school band and
a delegation of lb prominent citi
zens of tot state -ot Arizona and tb
clly of Phoenix. Vice President-elect
Thomas 11. Marshall and Mrs. Mai
shall, urrised tn jyioenix tills morn
lug at 8:50 over the Santa I'e, to
spend their vacation in. the Salt HIv
er Valley before the vice president
elect has to go tt Washington for
the Inauguration. The delegation
meeting Governor and Mrs. Marshall
wns beaded b Adjutant General. liar-
rl. Mayor IJojd U. Christy, Treas
urer Wolpe of the state Democratic
Central committee and Chairman Wal
ter Itrnwuer of the county central
rommHteo. A gr;at many citizen:) of
the oitj and Mate were also at the
Santa Fe station to meet the nexi
second citizen and second lady in the
laud. The governor and his wife wer
preceded to the Adams hotel by the
bund, and their machine was fol
lowed by many machines owned In
the city. The governor registered at
the Adams, whole he stayed until af
ter lunch, when he left for Scottsdale,
where he will live while vlsIUng th
Salt Hirer Valley.
From very Indication both Gov
ernor and Mrs. Marshall had a ery
pleasant trip from Indiana to rnoe.
ulx. When seen thfe morning bj a re
porter of The Democrat, the govern
or said: "We had a ftae trip at.d wo
both are Hlghty glad to be in Ari
eon." lie was aeked whether be liked
Arizona and his reply was quite
characteristic and direct. He an
swered by saying. "Young man. If
were thirty-five at the present mo
ment and knowing what I do of Phoenix,-
Artfc, I should resign tho vice
presidency of the United States and
come to Phoenix awPHve."
While in Phoenix" TOany entertain
menu, banquets afld other attrac
tions have been provided for the next
vice president Tho '.governor has al
ways been a boote?.for the youngest
state and regardless, of the fact that
Iw is now the vice president of thti
nation, will continue to be a friend
qf Arizona. He has, been in the
harness now for a good while and
the reason fcr hls-44p was to ge'
anav from the labors of his office
mhI take a good tost before hi new
Hdmtnistratkm begins at Wasbfcigtou.
Phoenix in thf entertainment of
Mich distinguished visitors is golnt,
to do itself proud Phoenix is de
lighted to. hae such visitors in the
valloy and the spirit and the' door Is
attvays pen to the next vice president
ot the United States and the second
lad of the land.
?fave Enjoyed -Long Life.
Living In the Isle ot Vjght Is a
family of three brothers and two sis
ters who arc all in receipt of tho old-
ago pension, and whoso combined
age total 387 years". ' The veteran of
the family is Mrs. Ann Harris of
Cow es, aged eighty-four: the "baby"
of tho family Is Mr. Robert Butt of
Niton, who has seen only beventy-two
Arrigo Bolto, who has just been
lemlnated by King Victor ImBMuel
if Italy an one of the new senators,
s famous as a musician, and well
uown as a composer and writer. Ho
s a native of Pad an, but Milan Is his
jOHie my adoption. There he won his
lrst succesees In 1SC2. His "Mephls
opbeles" Is the v-ork by which he Is
st known to tho general public.
What a Woman Knows.
' Men think that women always talk
about men when theT are alone, says
a writer In Harper's Bazar. Would
that that were true! Fbr women are
cever so interesting as when thoy dis
cuss tho single aspect which men show
to women, tor that Is tho only subject
that women know.
A compact traveling case Is a book
shaped writing pad wblcb folds over
flatly, and when opcr-ed reveals eera
partBients for all the correspondence
necessities, as well as a calender and
narrow slides holding sseraorandam
slips. One of these fits nicely Into a
One of the strangest things in this
world Is how willing a girl who can't
swim is to enbart on 'the -sea of
xaatrhaoay without 'a UioboaL Qal
PiWL- u HiBrl
iseffs.aaSt7po4f n ur trer-wdw(v1
9tCJr.H -1M b BtM !,, . -
m IP ,a i en fc - I
Eaodaa M'j- Cmpjnr. UiKak. KJaa. y
H ft IssaBsslHstuBdsnsisis-S
HOW MBS. BROWN
During Change ot Life How
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound Made
Iola, Kansas. "During tho Change
of Life I was sick for two years. Bt-
fore I took your raoc
icine I could not
bear the weight of
my riotbes and was
Moated very badly.
I doctored with th rue
doctors but tliey did
me ho good. They '
said nature must !
have its way. My I
sister adHsei.tna to
take Lydia H. Pink
ham's Ye go table !
Compound and I purJuosed a betllc. ,
Before it was gone the bloating left roe ,
and 1 was not so sore, l continued tak
ing it until I had taken twelve bottles.
Now I am stronger than I have been for
years and can do all my work, even the
washing. Your medicine Is worth its
weight in gold. I cannot praise it
enough. If more women would take
your medicine there would be mora
healthy women. Yoa may use this let
ter for the good of others. "Mrs. D.
JL BnoWN, S09 N. Walnut SL.Iola.Kan.
Change of Life is one of the most
critical periods of a woman's existence
Women everywhere should remember
that there is no other remedy known to
so successfully carry women through
this trying period as Lydia E. Pinkham's
If jou want special advice write to
Lydia V. lUukham Medicine Co. (conn
dential) Lynn, Hass. Your letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
woman and held in strict confidence
10 CONVICTS IKE
Take Horses and Believed
to Be Making Their
Wav to Mexico
PHOENIX. Jan. 20 Two conticai
escaped from the peuiteatiary at Flor
ence last night. They left on stolen
horses and are believal to have head
ed for the Mexican Hue.
George Towa4ey and John Oldham
are the names o the escaited con
victs. It is understood that Loth are
long term men,
Townsluy is Heecribed' as being CJ
1 ears old. 5 feet 7 inches In heigsit
and weighing 136 pounds. He uas
blue eyes, Hgat brown hair, a scar
on the right 'side of his beaJ and a
three-inch scar on the left side. Fojr
of his upper teeth are crowned with
gold and he has a acclnati3n tnar.t
on his left arm.
John Oldham is 22 years old and i
feet Sl-4 inches tall, bis weight a
127 pounds. His eyes are dark blue.
his comirfexkm fair, and his hair
black. He stands tery ereet. His Mi
hand is broken and his flncers ire
tent at the second Joint.
Governor iHint, who is la Tucson.
was notif'ed of the escape He in
structed Watdea R. B. Sims of the
penitentiary to offer a reward of i'
apiece for the capture of Ohlhan and
How jthe two convicts escaped 's
not known. They got awa last night
aiout 10 o'ccloek. one riding a black
horse and the other a gray.
A salt rub is most Ixwftclal U the
he4utk, and eas be oUUUm1 by procur
ing a bowl of moistened salt with
which the body should be rubbed. An
other invigorating plan is to buy the
rock sat, draw a tub of water and let
tin cups full of salt dissolvp In it be
fore ta"t-g the mornlnsr plunge.
Eiiective Home Remedy
Jt I MTlei tattitr w-Imb tbc lsngs
nrr oll A trtj ur to a mhu
tortnfn T ttot mbIjt ripni-lT-. hot R ta
volrtu ifinntrln ttm htmtr ih1 fiiranr.
iJoHf arr lirnetttrvt 1 ct trvr -m HAfriT re
tara. Krtknii Allrmtlre i uSXttv. for
lioM treatm. tor eM4r
St S AUntlr xr. Hi.l.nlfc-KL .V J.
-fm-tewwa . to tbr full f I f
traw1 a rry nvrr fUl wbftrli ttlft
M m? hms; t bM I !. ntitm
spntam. ami mr ftbTi-l i n tkn tk! am t
onc s iv a troruia luiianiuii- At
this tlnr I wnt Jf- 4 t Fj-S
B -.flrlativ. I itast t same ikI
rog-wrnixJ tkaK H thv lt rrk ia
(H4ber I tn-irtK In ,fflfrT. tm& tfc
trmt wtk In Jsunnrv IWK, I mnrant
mj Ffcni.ir M-rbpari"i bxtlnfp (ptteM S
fxnt ChIIt rrtor' t hrslrk Jt t
Bet fti. year Klbft- my rrrmAf Juts tM4
etfiicl ait I f-it.t pral fi-1cin3ars
ANreulwr m hitblr 1 Imv rtrvin
rarndxl ft wttla vxrellrat ffmiUa.'
iSlgmidt W. XL TATKM.
V". Luian' Attrrallw irrUr Jj, Hroe
rhltH. Aaduaa. Hay tVvef TSral and
'-tW Tnmbir al hi apbutMlue
j'jwmb ! not nxitatat (mttimia rplirtrs
or baliM-fofMinii; draca Afc fer kit
trBfe of rrtttntttt. k4 wrtte I fottnu
Ijihwmtorj-, t1iflmclj.bU r for it rrl
dtttre Far aal by all Iea4tfir drog-jriata
Lowell Drug Co., in Lowell
T47"lr- yu as-fr fr bQer d
vw E&T&BM' stittite. Insist on having ihe
hansQT Beer, (the beer that is bottled at the
Brewery.) Delivered to you at $3.$0 pjer case. ..
If your grocer does not have it, call
lT Smokeless A
Efficient. Will heat a good sized room,
even in the coldest weather.
Economical. Burns nine hours on one
gallon of oil.
Ornamental. Nickel trimmings; plain
steel or enameled tur
Portable. Easily car
ried, from room to
room; weighs only
elsven pounds; han
dle doesn't get hot
Lasts for years
431 MrLt Slt
Ollice Main St.,
.fijii'iiiS; S'fs; ..ijrfrj ni aHt Bv J&2aa outside booms 1
' JsiSS?- WTff mPsBt ISO with bath I
' "" Si a I X BJcj NORrMtRMMOTELCO PHOP 1
I GheHOTELthnuBEST M L-cArE rBA"K crahpton. Moab
g lnall the WEST" jys-N CONNECTION Rates i 00 per day ..pJ
The Warren Ranch FtmEA5S
. ... A.
have been bought in. large lots by me before the an-
nual raise in price. See loose stones in front win
dow. Mounted ones in
tce is 90 per cent on the
L. L. OILMAN. -
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
.Official Walch Inspector For . P. & S. W. Ry.
We Handle the Two Best Brands of:
O O AL On The Marked
Gallup Domestic Lump $14.50 per Ton'l
Dpwson Fancy Nut . . . $13.50 per Tong
Order Some and be Convinced,
Brophy Carriage Company
Boston & Brown
Agents of the Copper City Brewing Co.
M llBsssshKaVBMP'Muaait ' W
SP l fi
A Little Good Goal
Makes a big hot fire when a
a lot of poor coal serds out iw
heat at alL'It Is ccoi'onical to
buy our coal, because it is
clean, goes farthest, makes
most heat, leaves very little ash
and costs no more per ton than
poorer grades. We deliver to
any part of the city.
American Block Lumfi
Oak chunks Juniper and Oak
viooct Any length.
& Feed Company
Opp, Palace Stables
side window. My iniaran-
' Lowell Arix.
not take a sub-1
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