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7 PAGE SIX THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1913. " fl
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0UR $5.00 B00T
FULL DOUBLE SOLE
VALUE IN A BOO!
This la n boot we carry for tnln
Ine; wear and have been out or
sizes lately we ve your slit
now. If ym are one of the
many who failed to get jour
For all $1JH Values In
Cluelt ; Gotham SMrts.
For all $2.00 & ?2.r,0 values la
our Cluett. Gotham and E. & W.
$2.50 For all $3.00 Values
$3.00 For nil S3i0 & S4 Valuej
J3.T.0 For all $1.00 Values
$4.50 For all $6 & $G-"0 Values
$5.30. For all $". & $7 30 Values
;; 20 per cent OFF en these
Schwartz Bros. Co.'
(The Safe Place) (Main St.)
BARLOW IS HERE
- TO ESTIMATE
Says State Engineer's Office
Has Given No Figures
r on Tombstone Route
"T. S. Barlow, who was for several
jtars engineer of the Southern Pa
cific In Mexico along the extension
oT jhe Southern Pacific lines anu
who was engineering head or all work,
between" Guaymas and Mexico City
i!s now In IJlsbee to look after the
road- wQrko( the district for the
sjate engineering department
There have been rumors and re
ports that there "were figures indicat;
Injg $100,000 or more for seven miles
oj tho road over the, t)ivide. Mr. Bar
low states 'that no. figures hae been
given out by the office of the state
tsigineer. :Ile staxes-.that he Is here
to make tho fibres, and that Mr.
iSbb will b& here within a week. He
declares absolutely that the office
with which he Is connected has glen
out no figures- andAcan give out no
fsjures until his estima'te goes In ana
tlMr. Barlow believes that the work
lp the three southerly counties can
iJi completed about the same time.
Be has no expectation of an estimate
the Phoenix office, let alone the
Tombstone office, by February 3,
While In the city Ir, Barlow will be
tRken over the proposed highway by
automobile, tljn drivers of which un
Terstand the present road needs, Mr.
Ejulow states that after the arriva
cjt Mr. Cobb he will complete the sur
$y and that It may lake thirty days
ljjlfore 'the1 results arc In the bands of
ttre board of supervisors.
TJSeven -passengers have been carried
by a?n"ew French hydroaeroplane. ,
Business Men's Protective
Ass'n. Will Be in Ses
sion Monday Night
An important meeting of the Bls-
bee Business Mens Protective am-
elation will bo held on Monday night
at which important plans for the
year will be dlscuijed. It la prob
able that the plan of giving certiti
cates of standing, so that a custom
er can show his financial standing
whn he remoxes to another city
will bo discussed.
At prebrnt the association Is re
ratfng it complete list, which will bo
brought up to date and this data wil.
be published for distribution among
So far not more than a doxen of the
members hate sent in this data and
it Is requested that all members senu
theirs in as soon as possible so that
the 1913 book can be published.
A number of new members were
obtained last year and the associa
lion reorts a steady growth. The
association has done much to put the
credit business of the city on a firm
PRIZE flB IS PRINTED
IN THE DAILY REVIEW
As against COO competitors Brooks,
Cooper &Co., of this city, has won
one of the e'ght prizes offered by the
Sealy Mattress company of Texas, for
the most attractive newspaper adver
tisement Tbe Sealy company offer
ed the prizes last year, each prize
to consist of a $50 de lux mattress,
made by the company
The ads were to be 4 1-2 by S in:h-
es and the "Sealy Salesman" cut was
to bo run as a head. Brooks, Coop
er and Co., ran their winning ad. la
the Review Tbe company has an
nounced that they -will run tbe prize
ad again in tbe Sunday Review
Miss Olive Krigbaum, teacher in
the Central school. Is reported HI.
Mrs John A. Foi-ler and baby and
Miss Jessie Yoakum, or Warren, spent
the day In Douglas coins down in the
Mrs. D. D. Babb. of Whitewater,
who has been in ljjwell for the past
week, nursing her husband who was
recently hurt in a mine accident, lett
for her home jesterday.
Miss Katherine Krasef and Miss
Mabel Smith, of Naco. are visiting
frineds in I-owelf for a shoit time.
Slyvester Miller, of the Sulphur
Springs Valley was a Lowell visitor
S. W. French, rf Douglas, was in
the cttj esterUi on biiplnc". 'lie
came up 'n his Cadi lac and a ac-
cnm-.iied by jiis l rencli.
Harrv Constable, the well knowr.
commercial roadster, was here visit
ing his customers yesterday
Nick Nobile, who was a pioneer oi
the Warren distrinct, is in th'e city.
after an extended absence. " He la
uow residing In Califdrnla. Mr. No
bile Is jet an extensiveVroperty own
er in Blsbee. .
J. C. Collins as returned to the
cilv from a business trip to Los
Angeles and othr points on the Pa
Deputy Sheriff "lied" Gannon has
returned from Tombstone.
George Shirkey andwlfe. of Here
ford,' arrived" in the city yesterday in
Officer Walter Brooks has returned
from a trip to the coast.
Mrs. Alace Morton and daughter,
who have been visiting Mrs. N. D.
Navareti. sister of Mrs. Morton, will
leave today for Los Angeles, where
they will spend the remainder of the
winter before leaving for the east
TO CURE A COLD IN. ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists- refund -money It
it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S slg
liatnre is one each boi. 25c. Adver
"lam an old 'man -and many of my troubles
never happened."-ELBERT HUBBARD
rEE white hair and wrinkled faces of our busy men and women tell
of doabt, fear and anxiety more than disease or age. Worry pays
havoc with the nervous system so thatdigestion is reined and sleep
banished. What oil is to the friction of the delicate part of an engine
Golden Medical discovery
JLhlnrtbbWndtheiMTnd heart in turn are fed on par. rich blood.
raVia- thTcrTof "tarred nerve, for food.- For forty years "Golden
KedJcrfj recover?' In liquid i orm has given great aatlsfaetScn aa a, tonic and
Now It can be obtained in tablet form-from dealer in medicine
crtendSO onecn tt tamp fortHalbox. Write n.V.Pierce,Buffalo.
DR. PIERCE'S FtXAEATJT PEIXETO
BeMro emuttpatsac. resaJnte tho Mrer.
and biwel. KMT to UkOMCanW
Brief Local Items
New Drinking Fountain.
A new drinking fountain has been
installed at the Y. M. C. A.
Will Deliver Lectures.
Ulder T. J. Shophard, of Tucumcarl,
X. M.. will speak at the Mormon
church apposite, the Warren laundry
on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, at
7:30 ji. m. No admission will bo
Returns to Naco.
Reyes Medlsina. a Mexican, who
has been at tho C. -& A. hospital for
more than a month, has been dls.
charged and will return to his bonis
at Naco. .Medlsina was brought . to
Blsbee following a railroad accident
in which his rieht toot was cut off.
Inji'red at Gardner.
J. J. Rowell. a miner employed at
the flardr.er shaft of the Coper
Queen, was seriously Injured yester
day while working In the mine. Hi3
left foot was badly crushed and he
received other Injuries. Ho was re
moved to, the Copper Queen hospital
Over Borderland Route.
George Crowley, a mining man oi
El Paso, arrived in the city yesterday
In his Reo automobile on his way to
California. He will stop for a short
time at Cila Bend and will then con
tluue to the coast.
But One Case.
Only one case came up before Jus
tlce Thomas yesterday, it was that
of J. Smith, charged with disturbing
the peace. He was fined $40 and was
Reading Room Open.
The new reading and correspond
ence room of the Y. M. C. A.. U
cated on the second floor of the "Yn
building, has been opened. The read'
lng room was formerly located on
the main Door. .
Fire at Warren.
Fire, of unknown origin, broko out
In the old warehouse of the Warren
companj. at Warren at about S o'clock
last night and completely destroyed
tbe building. The building was for
merly used as tbe office of the en
gineer of the company and was latei
need as a storehouse, but at the time
of the fire nothing of value was in
the building. The loss Is estimated
at about $l.r0. No one was injured
at the Cre.
County Receives Fines.
Matt Tolan and William Nova con
tributed $10.00 to the county coffers
yesteiday when paying their fines for
having imbibed too freely of the cup
that cheers. Matt laid down a shin
inp ten dollar gold ipioce while Blllie
drew on his account for six dollars
The cases were tried In the Lowell
The funeral of William Vlacls. who
was killed earl.v yesterday morning
in a cave In af the Gardner shaft
will be held this afternoon at tho
Catholic church at 2 o'clock The de
ceased is survived by his widow,
Magdalena. bis brother George and
his brother-in-law, Tony Knngas.
Salt Lake Real Estate.
Edward E. Hoffman, vice president
and treasurer of the Hoffman Broth
ers' i.oan and Trust company, deal
ers In Salt Lake real estate, arrived
in Bisbee jesterday. He was accom
panied by S. A Riel, who will re
main in Bisbee as general agent of
the company Already a number of
Bisbee citizens have purchased Salt
Lake property through the agency of
A meeting of the captains of the
various High School basket . ball
teams was held at the Central School
yesterday afternoon. It was decided
that the first game this afternoon.
between the Centrals and the Sopho
mores, should ba called at Z o'clock
and the second game, between the
Freshmen, and the Senior-Junior, at
6 o'clock. The games today will be
ihe second of tbe series.
Search for Missing Man.
Postmaster Cassidy has received a
letter from Daniel Shea, at Fall Riv
er, Mass.. asking him that he assist
in locating Partlck Sullivan. The let
ter states that Sullivan, who is an
uncle of Shea, left Fall River thirty-
five years ago and that he was lo
cated In this section about Ave year
ago. Three sister, Hannah Sullivan,
Mrs. Dora Shea and Mrs. Mary Sbee
han, together with a brother. Eugene
Sullivan, are anxious to llnd tne
whereabouts of the missing man.
Special Railroad Rates.
Word has been received by the
local dfffces of th'e Southwestern that
the road will, quote special rates for
both the Grand Lodge meeUng of the
Masons", which is to be held In tnls
city February 10 to 15, and for the
Women's Federation meeting at'Doug-
las, which will be held January 2S-3L
Quite a number of local lodge women
expect to attend tne latter meeting.
The rates will be oao and one-thlrc
fare for the round trip.
Returns from Morenci.
W. H. Brophy, general manager of
the Phelps Dodge Mercanulc com
pany, returned yesterday from a busi
ness visit to Morenci where tbe com
pany has a large mercantile estab
lishment He says that section of the
stale Is enjoying prosperity ajong
with Cochise county and other south
ern counties. On Tuesday and Tues
day night there was a heavy snow
fall at Morenci and when Mr. Bro
phy left there yesterday morning
much snow yet remained on the
Guess Wrong Again.
About five years, ago X wrote to you
that I had been u terrible sufferer1
from kidney and bladder troubles, anj
tbat my physician informfd me that
my left kidney was in such condition
that there was no hope for my re
covery. I was advlsojl to try your
tiwamp-Iloot as a last resort, and af
ter taking fou,flfty-cent size bottles,
I passed a gravel stone which weigh
td ten grains. I afterwards forward
ed jou this gravel stone. Have had
no return of any trouble since that
time and cannot say too much in
favor of your wonderful preparation,
Swamp-Root, which cures, after phy
Very Triily Yours.
V. H. HOIINR
Roulo 5. Box 30. Roseboro, N. C.
Personally appeared before me,
Ihin 31st dny or July, 1909. F. H.
Home, who subscribed the above
statement and made oath that the
dame is true in substance and In fact
JAMES M. HALL.
Dr. Kilmer &. Co.,
Blnghamton, N.- Y, I
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do for
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Bins;-
hamton. N. Y.. for a sample bottle.
It will convince, anyone. You will
also receive a booklet of valuable in
formation, telling all about the Wd
neys and bladder. When writing be
sure and mention The Bisbee Daily
Review. Regular fifty-cent and one-
dollar size bottles for sale nt all drug
ftores. Advertisement 699
At the Copper Queen: W. H. Con
stable, I.os Angeles; A. E. Llndroot
Denver; H. R. Johnson, George-. D.
Walters. Sam Relder, W. K. Morn
son, Los Angeles; H. A. E. Chand
ler. Tucon; C. A. Reger, Burlington;
J. D. Horan, Los. Angeles.
At the Philadelphia: Cliff Newiand,
Midland. Tex., William Thomas, Mid
land. Tex.; A. L. Ford, Tucson; M
J. Rogers. El Pa&o; James A WIIco.
San Diego; J. F. Flanders, Los .nu
geies, M. J. Mackey. Yuma.
Missing Man Is Found.
The Review again proved Itself to
be an efficient detective but this time
the human Interest of the story lies
in tbe fact that a very much cha
grinecl employed Is today studying tin
combinations of different letters of
the alphabet that spell Jack I.uxem.
WIien the employer turned a lettet
over-"to-The Review asking informa.
tion as to the whereabouts of the
above named Individual, he did noi
know that that man had been one of
his trusted confidents for the past
nine months and yesterday mornlns
Jack LiiTem came to his boss and In
trod need himself
In The Theatres
"Graustark," George Barr Mct'utch
,eons thrilling romance of a lovo be
hind a tnrone has not only maae a
fortune for tho author, but for two
different firms of publishers, and now
promises to make, one or a firm ot
theatrical 'managers, who have, secur
ed tbe dramatic rights for the book
and are pre;nting the. play in the
leading cities of America, this sea
It Is conservatively estimated that
more than one million people have
read the book, and as there is an edi
tion on the market now selling for
fiftv r--nr. it will nrnnaMv rnntiuue
to bt reod for some time to come.
Judging by the Immense crowds who
turned out to see this play when pre
sented in ew York, Chicago, Philadel
phia and Pittsbnrg. the majority of
.those who read the book desired to
see the story portrayed In dramatized
form. Orphqum Theatre, Monday,
Rnpflal mpetlne palled for Saturday
night Jan. 25th, 8:30 p. m. Initiation.
I J. -M. 1IAL.L., ti. n.
E. M. COX. Sec'y.
THE HAREM CAPTIVES
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This Girl Recovered
The maks of &kmn Alterative,
wbkb U dolus to much good for Coo
snmptlTrg. are contiooelljr !o receipt ot
about solely tbrougb tbe of thU medi
cine, oese repon axe wj
command of any one Interested, and many
of tbe writers la thlr irratitndehJtTesBe
zntfd tbat like anfferers rrlt direct and
learn wbat It did for tbem. Here It one
trwlro-n: 421 Second Ave, Aurora, 111.
-Oentlemen : 1'ardon me for not writing
.. . . w .....u. . IF I AnM atlT
I eared. 1 can now truthfully say I am
perfectly wtu. I wlib to expre my
neanreic inanss. uae w ..
roDgb. no night sweats, no bay ferer
Since a child of two years, I have heen
ailing with long; tronble, which Brew
worse at I irrew older. At the see of
foorteen, tbe doctor said If I could not
be sent Sooth I would torely die of Con
sumption. KTery winter I would be sure
to have either Browhltls. rieurUy or
Pneumonia. I had Typhold-I'nuemonla
one time, t bad catarrh of tbe stoaoajn
and bowels and had Hay Fever for the
last few years; bnt bare not anything of
tbe kind thU year.
"I will answer all letters sent to me,
asking- a history of my case, from any
(Sworn affldavltl ETTA PLATD
(Fire years later reports stUl well.)
Eckmsn's Alteratlte 1 effectire In Broa
ehttltr Asthma. Hay Fever; Throat and
Lone Troubles, and Jo upbuilding- the
tystem. Docs not ceatala poisons, elates
or habit-forming- drug, f? booklet
ttlliac of recoveries, aed wrtu to Sckaan
'Tr-...- n.ti.1i,l Ta for more erl-
'. dence. For tale by all Stadias tfrugilsts
Lowell Drug Co., in Lowell.
Sample Shoe Sale
LADIES' OXFORDS &
Pumps the Advance Styles
We have been most fortunate in procuring this
sample line of Oxiords and Pumps for by so
doing we are able to save our customers from
$1.00 to $2.50 on each purchase. Of course you
know there is always a limited number to any;
very special value. Therefore be shoe wise and
select yours today. These come in all the ad
vanced styles and In all leathers. Sizes 3J4. 4
and 4z in B widths. Values $3.50 up to $5.00.
Sale Price 12
A Complete line of Men's Lace Boots, all styles
and leathers, prices $5.00 up to $10.00 pair
Appliancss. For mj
Electric Water Heater
Coffee Percolator " -Baby Bottle Heater
Chafing Dish " Warming Pad
". ' Tea kettle' Curling Iron
"- Disc Stove " Vacuum Cleaner
Electric Sewing Machine Motor
" Hot Point 6 lbs. 'Price
"t General Electric 6 lbs.-"
Westinghouse 6 lbs. '
American Beauty-.6 lbs.
We have all of the above appliances fort sale and all
are sold subject to acceptance or rejection after
$54 - Life Guarantee
Bisbee Improvement Co.
DON LUIS DANCE TONIGHT
Don't miss the club dance tonight
at Don Luis. Everybody invited,
h 30 p. m. Advertisement 124.
John G. Jobnton. the.famous lawyer
indf' no lest famous art expert was
alklns about tome of Sargent's cruel
y realistic portraits. "Sargent once
sainted a Philadelphia woman." Mr
Johnson said, "and when the work was
dnlahed the lady's coachman called
for lt.tf"Ai th coachman was study
ing the portrait Sargent laid to him:
-How do you. like HI' The man an
twered thoughtfully: "Well. sir. ye
might ba.vemade It a little better-loole-!a
meblie; but If je had, ye'd have
molted It.' "
WATCH THIS SPACE
For Announcement From The
V. S. HARDWARE
& PAINT STORE
Main St., Next Door To "Uncle Sam's" Loan Offlce.
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