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fHE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, 1913.
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The Beckoning Hand of Economy Waves Its Invitation and Points You Straight to
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE
To every -woman purchasing 1
woith of merchandise or more
Monday, Jan 27th. will he given
their 'choice of any
Ladies' Home Journal Pattern
Positively and ahsolutely a
raging' sea of irresistible bar
gains will confront the people on
Many hundreds of people of the Warren District h ave been
convinced that this
COLOSSAL MONEY SAVING SALE
Is the greatest event of marvel and untold bargains ever offered in this comunity
Don't fail to attend this GALA OCCASION Monday, January 27, and each and
every day thereafter, and receive YOUR SHARE OF MATCHLESS VALUES
Johnson Block r
Upper Main St.
GENTLEMEN, TAKE NOTICE
To every Gentleman purchas
ing a suit regardless of price,
Monday, Jan. 27th.. will be giv
en Vz Doz. j
Arrow Brand Collars
We want you to get your share
before it is "Too Late."
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CLEAR! AND FATHER
01 PHOENIX VISIT
, Smeary at State Capital De
clares That He Belongs
to No Party
PHOENIX. Jan. 2G Accompanied
by a fourteen-year-old sort who Is lin
ger and handsomer than himself, V.
H. Cleary is a visitor In phoenix. He
$s here to represent tho new precin.-t
officers of CocHlse county in the ease
Woodrow Wilson and predicts that
he will make a brilliant record cs
president. During the latt campaign
he m"le a nuratw of speeches in fa
or of Wilson in" California.
Speaking of mining in Cochise
county. Mr. Cleary declared that the
outlook was never iwore promise
Men are being Pt to work on-'nw
properties almost every day Bndth
Hsrf of shippers is constantly increas
ing In the Paradise and other dis
tricts there is unprecedented activity.
The farming Industry IS also pros'
porosis in Cochise. Throughout the
Sulphur Springs and San Simon al
leys there are productive farms aad
more land is tieing brought under
cultivation. In various sections the
that Is being argui-d before the su-1 landow nets are making arrangements!
tu-nt3. ,mrt fildv In mia wav and another tn nftt wat&-1
Years ro the Cleary family lived
in Phoenix. "Little HiH" carried tinning a most successful winter k
papers on the Gazette end. and en
In those days save promise of beirig;
rpsite a handsome, husky youngster.
Xow he weighs 165 pounds and has
Ward McAllister and Apollo Heivi
dcro looking like faded Imitations, of
the real tiling. He is tolling people
that, he expects his dad to be quite
a credit to when when Bill, Jr., grows
The prpaHt home of the fa mils, is
Inllifsboe, where Mr Cleary is en
'gageil in the practice of law. .Mrs
Cleary and the two daughters are
now on the coast.
"8 am not affiliated with any po
ift'cal party." Mr. Cleary paid iasf
etenlng. "1 am not a democrat, a
republican, bull mooser. or socialist.
.No, I have not Joined the prohibi
tionl&te. I am merel a lawyer and
am letting politics alone."
In 19f8-Mr. Cleary ran for qen
jgress on the Hearst ndeieadeaeo
luagtie ticket He ha taken quite
an active part for a number of yea.-s
as an exponent of 'progress in politics.
Though he Is not In polities now
in one way and another to st wat
on their farms. The 'dry farmers are
LAND SURVEYORS ARE
Officer 1 lionias has returned from
a two dajb tnp up Tombstone c-anyon. i
where he went to loot, after some 1
property In which be & interested
Sir. Thomas reported yesterday that
tho geographical survey, wolch Is !n
charge of Mr. Hess. Is still encamped
up the canyon, Imt has about c6wp!-t-r
etl its work.
The survey party is made up of
eight iien. They are laying off a tract
of land six tailes -square and Iiav.?
feeen- engaged In the work some time
When the toad has all been surveyed
it Is the Invention of the government
to'onen the tract for entry. The con
formation of the land is rather hilly,
although there is a considerable tract
of it located in the bed of the canyon
Ir. Cleary i a great admirer of that is good level ground.
BISBEE COUPLE WILL
Thomas O McGrath and Miss
Annie-Mae Tong to Wed
on February 9
Ilisbeo society is anticipating with
a great deal of interest the coming
marriage tetween two of its most ikp
ular young people Thomas O. Mc
Grath and Miss Ahnle Mae Tong
wnicn ) to he held at the residence
of the bride's pa'ren'S in Mesa, on
Mr. McGrath is aCpresent auditor or
the Shattticlc and Arizona Mining com
pany and has lled in this dittrist
for the past eight years. He is a
tuiet and unassuming young man and
is quito prominent in the local lodge
world and In soete) circles 1-ast.yonr
he was secretary of- the Hiks amrh.ii
held many lAsltiotts of honor a,nd
trust in the city. He came to this city
from Des Moines, Iowa, where nis
liarents now live.
Miss Annie Mae Tong is a opular
school t3achr and up to Friday aft
ernoon, was teacher In the Central
school where she was In charge of
the fifth grade. She Is a graduate of
the Tempe Normal school and has
been in H'sltc for the past three
years. Sinc announcing her engage
ment and prospective marriage, she
has been the recipient of many social
attentions and . was pijsented with
.Many. -token of esteem last Friday
when she left jtfie " Central school,
from both the faculty and the pupils.
After the wedding In Mesa, Mr. and
Mrs. McGrath will spend their honey
moon In Pasedena. and other cities
oo the Pacific coast, returning to
Warren wbure they expect to make
their home. They will live In the
bungalow formerly occupied by J. H
Grayson, which has been renovated
and thoroughly overhauled for the pro
Brief. Local Items
Your success depends more on what
JfVTieV " vou 'do than who vou are.
That's the American of it.
v "- VYIUI a. UCu Dioui, aicauy ucivcs cum a
sound body, all things are possible.
"" a. i ir coffee fogs -your, brain and shakes your
,jUidu'' nerves, isn't it "good business" to quit coffee
Tw. Fighting Cases.
Two f;.t.cg i; fipVIng rmc up in
Justice Tho.iitto, eoun yst.Tday.
!li "he mei (?? flnc-i i'r-'.
Cuiid To Meet
St, John's Guild will meet on Thurs
day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the resi
dence of Mrs. John True, at Uakers-
Business Association Meets
A meeting of the llisbee Huslnesa
Mtjn'a Protective association will le
held tomorrow. Important plans for
the work of the association during th
year will -be discussed.
Three Vagr'ncy Cases.
Three vagrancy cases came up be
fore Judgo High yesterday in the K-
Iice court. They were- Peter Cook,
Henry 13rquist and Ted lierjtilst. Ail
three forfeited bonds of $SS each..
Undergoes Second Operation
K. Kftkenbafry. assistant tiostmastor
has undergone a second operation on
his arm and Is reported as doing
Arrested on Serious Charge
Uoy Cochran was arrested for ob
taining money under false pretenses
by cashing several worthless checks,
in Uow'ell and Uisbee yesterday. The
checks were passed on Ulsuee and
lx)wel! business men The trial will
be held in howell, Monday afternoon.
Royal Audiences Pleased.
Jtaral auffenoes have 'been-'Verj'
much pleasfd of late the cause eing
the splendid singing which Is being
rdfered fc connection with ,the regular
bnl, uion lienry, is tne singer ami m
a fine tenor voice, he sings the popu
lar ballads of the day.
Interesting Picture Exhfb't.
A photograph of especial interest to
llisbee is now on exhibition In the
wintiow of the Citizens Uank and
Trust company, on Main street. The
photo is entitled "Mining a mountain
of copper w'th steam shovels " The
picture was taken at Itingtiam, near
Salt I-ake City.
Spend Day In Courtland.
George Jackson, J. K. Jlenderson
and chief of police, 'Itassett Watkln.
are to spread the day lu Courtlaud
and will leave the city early this
morning in an automobile, returning
late in the evening.
Servian Club to Meet. '
A meeting of the Servian club will
la held at 1 o'clock this aftemoqn.
It is requested that all the memhers
Tho Cochise Motor company recent
ly to sold an automobile to E. A.
Stogdllf. of JfggervUle. who is notv
tryitig the machine out, much to the
pjeasure or his friends. The car Is
the latest model Ford.
Thousands of wide-awake people, have taken the hint and
use Postum instead of coffee.
"There's a Reason"
Postum w a pure food dnnfc made of choice wheat aad &e juke
ot Southern jugar-cane, roaca suu mraw - "-
Iutely free frcm caiteae V.ttte coaee pow or any
injurious ubslancc oold by grocers everyvrawo
Poitnia Cerul Co, Ltd.
Battle Creek, Mich.
Monthly Lecture. .
The lecture given by Professor
at titi Y. M. C. A. on Friday night
was such a success and was so well
attended that the officials of the as
sociation will try to have at least
one lecture gh en 'each month. It ha?
not yet 4een tiV'clded who wilt be ask
ed to give the February lecture.
Postponed Club Meeting,
On account of so many members of
the llisbee Woman's Club contemplat
ing attending the State Fdcratfon
meeting in Uouglah Jan. 25-31 theru
will bet co'inpetlneioMhe club Friday.
The program plafined'for that day will
te omitted. , t
Enters State University.
Miss Gladys Hodgson, daughter of
Capt Hodgson, of the Copper Qneen
company, is to enter the state uni
versity next Monday In the Freshman
class. 5Iiss Gladys was taken to Tuc
son Friday by her father and other
members of the Hodgson family in
Builds Own House.
The residence ot Johan Ceron which
has been building for the past four
years, is nearlng completion. The
house, situated in the divide. In War
ren, is a two story, adobe and plaster
dwelling and was built entirely .
Mr. Ceron In his s.paTe time while o!f
Alexander Jacobson, who lias resid
ed in thl3 city for the last eleven
jears. and Miss BHa Nymau were
married last night af the residence
nf r..v J. n. I'ritchard. who officiated
The bridesmaid was Miss Ina John
son. Many friends of the couple were
resent at the ceremony.
New Features at Orpheum.
New aots and new pictures will be
put on at the Orpheum tonight. The
first vreek of vaudeville at the theatre
closed last night and the idea has
proved a great success. Tonight for
tho first time. Swor and Westbrook,
two good '"coon shouters," "will be
seen for the first time. There will
also -be a complete change In the pic
Ashby Hearing . Postponed.
The case of Join Ashby, who is be
ing held on on assault charge with
intent to kill, was not heari yester
day afternoon owing to the absenc
of law era. who for the roost part are
now in Phoenix. The case has been
fet Mfor onday afternoon at S o'clock.
Ashby Is still confined in the Lowell
BUY YUMA VALLEY LAND
WE SELL IN TRACTS 40 ACRES OR MORE
Fertile Alluvial Loam Soil under Government Ir
rigation Project. Healthful, Dry and Productive
Climate. Raise ten to fourteen tons of Alfalfa per
acre. Fruit and General Farm Products accord
ingly. Paradise for Cattle,Hogs, Poultry and Bees.'
Main, Line R. R. transportation and only a few
hours to Coast and City Markets. The Farmer's
Joy-land. The Investor's Opportunity. ,Prices are
lower than they will ever be again, so BUY NOW
, -$50 to $100 an acre on terms. For further par
ticulars call on or address
The Yuma Valley Land Company
John A. Campbell, Manager
Gandolfo Block, First St., Yuma, Ariz., or Pan
B. Seed, Local Agent, Bisbee '
The funeral" of , 6an Momchllovieh
who died at his home in Lowell yes
terday afternoon, will be held from the
Palace UniJertaklng Parlors this , aft
ernoon at 2:30. Mr. Momchllovieh
was for some time past, the watcn
man at the Cole shaft. A wife and
one child survive him. He was a
members of the ftagles and the Ser
vian society and these organizations
will have charge of the funeral. In
terment wilj l) made In Evergreen
Sends Off New Schedule-
One.mieti4,. faatfl4 title UTll ttl.4
new "eight hour" schedule to Wam
Ingtnn for the aDDroml of tho DOSt
office department. Tne new scneu-
uleprovidos lor a working snilt or
eight hours for all the clerks in the
rem nffloa nlH TM!n ft niflllA 11 n at tht
request of tne postofficedepartment
The new schedule will necessitate a
number of changes in tne time tnai
the windows at the post office will bo
Our Sunday dinners are steaming with popularity. '.
Relieve ypur wife of drudging for one day.. Bring ,
.the family and take Sunday dinner at ,t
J. R. PILLOW, Prop.
At the Copper Queen: Quia J. An
derson, Phoenix: W. F. Delloves, New
York; W. G. Bansemer, Deraing;
FronV M. rfaln. Iin Beach: Edward
P. Grindell, Borderland; M. O. Eld-
ridge. Washington. tl. C; Malcolm
A. Frazer. Prcscott: E It. Thorntou.
San Francisco; C. E. Heineman, Dodg
las; K. M. Hart, Tucson; Mm. AdiJie
tini- TiM-enn- I R Patron. Cananta:
S. A.' Goff. Cananea; J. R. Jones f
Af th Philadelnhla: J. A. Milb. Ot
tawa, Can.; B. B. Lankslings. Alama
gordp, iN. St; George Panagolis;
1 HUIU4D -. IKUItUlli uiwfc., . -. --.
ton, Tucson; J. B. Turner, El Paso,
P" V Tlnvnann. It!khpf Mrs. If . L.
Laskcy. Cananea; Mrs. James GreeneJ,
Cananeat Miss Annie uesan, cananea.
Good, . Cookin
ias saved many a goddmans' stomach,1 if 'you are
suffering from "quick lunch" service, call -on the
"HM DoIioM." RIIQV RPP rAPPonrJ ,-nn twill finrl
our food different.
Fresh " oysters, spring chickens and good coffee our
specials. , '
BUS BEE CAFE
WATCH THIS SPACE
For Announcement From The
& PAINT STORE
Main St., Next "Boor To "Uncle Sim's" Loan Office,
Resume Act've Drills.
Activ"o drilling was commenced by
the soldiers of Troop B. Ninth Cav
alry yesterday, after let-up of nparly
two weeks on account of the cold
weathsr and th wet plL Serral
new drills arp being taught the so
dlers and special ''emphasis is being
laid on the' sabre drill which consists
of a man rldln? full speed with drawn
swurd and Implanting: it In a largt
leather had set on a post