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THE BISBEE DALLY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1913.
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Well Known Cananea Cou
ple, Long Identified with
Copper Company, Are
United in Wedlock
TELLS OF CALIFORNIA
G S. Gedcharles, famlllaily known
throughout, the Cananea mining coun
Arf and In Uisbee and Douglas a3
.'Shorty.'- and Mis -Hatch, popular
! with a wida circles of friends In social
'Circle of Cananea a.nvl IL'sboe for sev
oral years, were quietly tnarrled lu
Le Angeles twb weeks ago. They re
turned to Cananea-yesterday, coining
to llisbee !n the morning for a brief
visit with friends before going into
Sonora, -'Following their wedding In
Los Angel&Uhey spent ten days on a
honeymoon trip to San Francisco, San
Uieso and Other noints.
Mr. GbdcBarietf Is one of the oki
timers In Cananea, being among the
first office men to join the staff of the
original Greene Consolidated Copper
company. He has been In the seneral
office df the company far ten "years,
earning promotion from time to time
and being held in esteem, as one of
'the meet competent ralnlag office men
,in tfco country. His bride went to Can
anoa some six yean, ago and became
la stenographer In the office of the
general manager, where rke remained
..until a year ago, when ill health oc
casioned a vacation trip to 1-oa Ange
. les on which' she remained until Mr.
Godcharlee. Vent to the coaft .ana
, claimed -.her. as' his bride. Thr wide
.acquaintanee.Vand popularity of the
youni c6Vftle""(irureB them a warm
welcome at CanaBea'and elsewhere in
the SoaUlwest where they are known,
Concerning conditions in California.
(Mr. Godsbarles said while here that
.ill plight of orange growers In a
tgreater part of the southern ead of
;uie state te.-piteons. In the famed Ited
tend'? and Riverside orange districts'
'and about Pomona, Ontario and 'San
jUernardino.' entire crops 4e been
gfost, rfhfie the trees bale "sustained
"damage from which they "will not fully
reepar8te fer from two to Ave or
iltore future seasons Nursery stock I
jjirjtctkmHvi. -aH fone. entailing large
'.s, avhlio ownerR of young trees,
from one"tb Ihree years of age have
in many ca&es lost their investment.
San Diego, Orange and Los Angeles
counties fared better during the cold
wave because of their proximity to
tee ocean, the greater dampness lenv
pering the frost. Also they ueneftted
from smudge smoke which noaieu in
great volume from the upper country
obscuring the Bun daily in the lower
country during the morning hours, in
the tier of three lower counties the
loss of fruit is estimated at probably
fifty ;er cent, with some few favored
totalities In and about Anaheim, in
Orange county, escaping with as lit
tle as fifteen per cent loss. In the
coast counties comparatively few
trees were damaged beyond the pres
ent season and none killed. Grower
la these counties are exiectlnK that
the higher prlcea which will later pre
vail for fruit, by reason of the great
ly curtailed crop, will make up ror a
large part. It not all. of their los
from freezing and from high winds
which did almost as much damage to
the fruit, through bruising, as was sus
tained from the subsequent cold
weather.
KING GOOD
AT FORT GRANT
Industrial School Manage
ment Eager to Gei to
New Location
Keports received frem thirty boys
recently detailed from the Industrial
school at Benton to Fort Grant to car
ry on work there ia preparation for
the occupancy of the property by the
school. If tliat these lads are making
an exceptionally good record and ac
complishing much.
'Superintendent A. U Harper oj the
Beaton school. Is naturally much grat
ified with the results coming from
the experiment, us are other members
of the faculty, all of whom are anx
ious to get' to fhe new quarters,
where there will be opportunity for
developing the youlh of the scliool
that Is now entirely lacking, by reason
of cramped quarters aad unsltablt,
lands for tillage.
. J H. Lee, one of the well known,
instructors '.of the school. In discuss
ing the'wofk'.o fthp institution with a
lievlew representative yesterday, asid
that no doubt oxUted in his mind but
that the broader opportunities for em
ploying the minds and muscles of the
boys and girls at Fort Grant would be
no much greater and so generally ad
antageous that the school would be
made, under the direction of Its pres-J
Tj
When you open a Blatz bottle there will be
satisfaction and health in store for you .and
yours. Partake of it as freely as you like, you
cannot -help but have faith in its merits as an
honest, delightful beyer&ge of rare tonic properties.
It should be in your home for hospitality's
sake, at least. Phone for a case.
LOWELL BEER GOJ
Distributors
Lowell, - - firizona v-.
ent head. A, U Harper, one of the
tnoded. Institutions of Its kind In the
Country and productive of results in
good and useful citizens that woulu
set a new s.tand ard.
Beside thee important features, Mr
Lee expresses confidence that within
a coupie oi years me ton uroni
fcohool with its 2,000 acres of land,
much of t provide with ' water, and
susccptiDle to farming, will be sell
sustaining. The boys of the school, as
excellently Illustrated by the thirty
now employed at Fort Grant are eager
for the change and lor the opportuni
ty to work that" will be afforded.
At the present time there, are 119
children at. the Benson school. Tbo
quarters are entirely unequal to
handling near this number with ef
ficiency. The school management Is
obliged to .make the best of the situ
ation that it can and under the cir
cumstances Is credited with good
H'orR. It is nevertheless sensitive to
the fact that It Is only doing a small
part of the work -for those under Its
care that It could do if It had the
t.vallab'e room and opportunities that
the Fort Grant property, with Its half
a million worth of bi'lldlngs and Its
lands will afford. It Is consequently
much hoped by the scool management
that the legislature will at early date
take the necessary steps that remain
to be made before the Fort Orant
property comes formally and finally
into the possesion of the state for
the purposes thaV have been decided
upon, wfien removal from Itenson
ull be made.
Ileal battle clones of, the Baikan
war taken on the tiring ylne, to bo
seen at the ltoyal Theater commenc
ing with' today'B .matinee. We get
them first. -Advertisement. 318.
head the article on the saving of
money on Page Eight In tomorrow's
Issue of this "palter. Advertisement.
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The Sale Of Under muslins
Continues For
The Entire Week
The Garments Are Snowy White and Superbly Finished-
The Designing, Making and Trimming of These Garments Is
All The Most Critical Taste Could Demand
Mountains of snowy white Underclothes have melted away under the enthusiasm of the hundreds of eager shop
pers that thronged The Fair store undermuslin section yesterday. Mountains of new garments to take the
places of those that were sold Monday are being heaped high to he reach' for all who comes this morning.
This is not a sale of cheap underwear - hut jGOOD underwear CHEAP. We have worried with scores of
manufacturers to gel the muslins, cambrics, nainsooks and longcloth good: the sizes full; the sewing neat and
nicely finished, and the trimmings correct and tasteful. Every garment possessing a degree of nicety that can
not fail to meet the unqualified approval of all women of taste. If you did not get your share of these beautiful
Undermuslins Yesterday you may do so today with the assurance that values are equally attractive.
LOT No. 1
50c
This ftsortrartit includes Gowns, I'ettlccat?,
Drawn. and Corset Covers, cut good and
full, well made and nicely trimmed. Women
ought to bay Hberally of tbece aad we
hive prepared with extra large quautltiea
hut still ther- may not be enough at the
mIo price, to make your selection early.
LOT No. 2
i
This assortment Includes Vrlncess
Slips. Chemises, Gowns, Petticoats,
Corset Covers and Drawers, witn
trimmings of Embr.widery, Insertion
and Sne lafce. When vou see the qHRlIty ot
materials ami trimmings and note the ex
cellence of workmanship you'll wonder
how they can be made to sell for such a
I'ttle price.
LOT No. 5 $195
Choice P
PRINCESS SLIPS, GOWNS AND
PETTICOATSA BIG ASSORT
MENT BEAUTIFULLY MADE
Cewns, Petticoats and Prlncetw Slips, made of the finest Muslin, Nainsook or Lone
cloth, with trimmings of beautiful embroidery lace.aBT4 ribbonthe bavin? will. average i
THIRD aad when we ssy that, we really say too little for the value this group offers
for the money but it is not our waj; to over-rate our bargains even better than you
expect.
LOT No. 3
$m
Prices Sites. Drawers. Gowna ami
I'ettieotrts la ft variety of stylos,
of soft flHlshefl MWrfin. ommbri or aetaeook,
dtintlty lrinnt with He. H. B. treks or
ewfereklerr If. haiHUowe owwark pa
teres. The wo xnslv attiwtt ol
feeauttfat Usdermmilins w hr ever
abown at a modest jwH Cb for IJ6
LOT No. 4
65
Petticoats, Gowns, and Princess Slips
at a price much lower than
sch beatttlfrt garmerits sold for be
fore. Th loveij tacf. insertions and en
broideries wh b!ch these charming gar
aeu re trimmed will appeal Irresistibly
to ijprten ot reined rHrn oVitloai tasts.
Chweeot a large assortment for only $1.65.
LOT No. 6
Choice
rtir1Zi. PRINCESS
$z
SLIPS, GOWNS AND
PETTICOATS, FINE IN MATER
IAL AND MAKING
Thte awwrtmiit lnenJ I'rtn HHf N-Uicouu and liowns. mad of the finest quality
bleached MnHn. CtnUtr or Na!rmk Women rta8 '.Ik- plenty of dainty Vndernus-
lltu, am ( w n ipporf'inliy o " ra pretty .-tvle. worthy jtarments at a
very Biodwt iri:- iiaMl-cnuo o)i'-ii"i from tthPU 'o choose Choice for $2.45. ,
' Ml Aril
MUSUN DRAWERS 35c
Ye1l aurs t- tlxs material aloo
h wethftfce pnee. to rtay Botblw
of tb work aad worry o-t making.
Mftde of a mod quality of bhmMb In
a varfwty of styles. wKh laee or cxn
bfofctary -trimming. wabnaHa styte. re
mwksWe value at SSc.
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MAIN STREET
IW&
CORSET COVERS 25c
Corset , Co yers-In a variety t;aJ2
tome trimmed wlth'lace Insertionu
les, ,
and
beading job with ribbons other
Btyloh tnramed with embroidery' of
Tordion lace, AH dean, fresh and
now an ientitlonallv sood value - -at
the sale price Choice 26c.
Personal Mention
W. R. Spauldlng left yesterday for
Kl Paso, whore he will take a post
tlon with the Sheldon hotel.
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3. C. Phillips Is confined to his
room at the-X M. C. A. with an at
tack of- mumps.
George Cook, of ElPaso, Is In the
city on a short business trip.
P.' Vail left yesterday for El Paso,
where he will accept a position with
the El Paso Herald.
C. llibbard is reported as ill with
the mumps.
T. A. Hughes of Warren and Car-
tain George P. White of the Ninth
cavalry, were Jo-nhstone business
visitors yesterday.
M. W. Powell. K. P. Brewster. Dr.
Patton and Dr. Ionatd were visitors
at Ft. Iluachuca Sunday.
Attorney A. It. English aad son of
Tomb3tone. are Blsbee visitors for
several days.
E. A. Hughes of Tombstone, spent
the week-end In thefcity.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Shields, left
for Salt Laku City yesterday where
Mr. Shields father recently died.
Frank Hilman and Henry Pratt o
Cananea, are business visitors In the
c!t? for several days.
Louis Osborn of Hope, Michigan,
visiting his uncle, M. J. Sullivan of
Upper Lowell for a short time.
Edna Wishart, the little daughter of
Mrs. Matt McMInn of Upper Lowell
is reported ill.
fxaam
A Little Good Goal
it
Makes a bis hot Arc when a
a lot of poor coal sends out no
heat at all. It is ccocomlcal to
buy our coal because it is
clean, goes farthest, makes
most heat, leaves very little ash
and costs no morelier ton than
poorer grades. We deliver to
any part of the city.
' American Block Lump
Oak chunks. Juniper and Oak
J wood. Any lengtb,
Independent Fuel & Feed Company
Office Mala St, Opp. Palace Stables
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L. J. OVERLOCK
BROKER
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS; Pains Web
ber & Co, Do Von and Calumst.
Logan & Bryan, Chicago and Nivw
York.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
EUROPEAN PLAN
Special $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner From S;30 to 8 p. m.
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY POPPEN, Manage
ytpjpW" Property
,3"'',F6r QmcE Sales W"ith
Bbg&ii and
Seed
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Phone 10. Main Strcc
'A. G. Stevenson, of the
Springs valley, is spending
uays In Lowell.
Sulphur
several
Jerry York B. C. Sweack and H.
I. WIcke, all of Lowell, are reiort
ed III.
It. Cummick, George M. Dougla.
and W. H. Mltwhnll, of Douglas, aro
business visitors In the city.
L. A. Boyd, who was hurt In the
Cardner shaft two weeks ago, Is now
able to bo out on crutches.
TO TRY 21 AUTO BANDITS
PARIS, Feb., J. Twenty-one of the
surviving members of the Oennet
Garnler gang of automobile bandits.
wKcse exptolts In robbery and mur
der attracted worW-wIde attention
last summer? we're placed on trial in
the assize court today. An Immense
throng of spectators, incluoing man:.
women and glrH, filled ike courtroom
when the case was railed. The crimt
alleged against the defendants are
so numerous that it is expected that
at least three week will be required
for the trial. Several hundred' witness
es have been summoned to testily.
BRIDGE AND
STRUCTURAL IRONWORKERS
LNDiAXAPOLtS. Jod.. Feb. 3. The
International AsOClattnn nf llririen
and Structural Ironworkers, of whk-
organization a majority of the officer
and mauy of the other member are
under conviction for alleged partldpa
ilon (n the dynamite conspiracy, will
begin Its annual convention In tHls
city tomorrow. The consideration of
numerous questions arising out of thr
conviction of the leaders will occupy
much of the time of the convention.
The sessions are expected to last a
week or ten days.
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Lutnbers JLime, Cementj
Paint of All Kinds, Build
ers7 Hardware, Plate and
Window Glass,
We wish to call especial attention to the fact that we
are putting in a complete line of B .P. S. Paints,
manufactured and guaranteed by THE PATTERSON-SARGENT
CO. Cleveland, Ohio.
Henderson
Watkins
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THE ANTLFRS CAFE
MAIN STREET
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OPPOSITE P. 0. PHONE 221
ROBINSON
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THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXICO RAILROAD GO,
PASSENGER SERVICE
C 55 a. m. Lv Clifton ar. 3:53 p. m.
i 7 34 a. m. Lv Guthrie Lv 3:12 p. m.
! S-18 a. m. Lv Duncan Lv 2:26 p rn.
i 0 33 a. at Lv LordsbnrgT,v 1:23 p. m.
1045 a. m. Ar Hacslta Lv 11:0 p. m.
South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific west bound train
. No. 1, leaving Lordsbarg 10:S7 a. rn,
'Mountain Time.
Pa 1 o -. . I i xr a ,-., i Satb bound train connects with El
aloLeLilVcry.Paa & Southwestern east bound
train ior ci raso, loavinp; narnna at
11.50 a. itu Mountain Time, and
with west boand train fer DougIa3
land Disbee. leaving Haehita at 16:50
ia. m. Mountain Time.
IL K. MINSOX,
and Undertaking Co.
Bowen &. Hubbard, Proarletor
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Phone
Elibco 23
Phans I
Lowell 7 j Clifton, Ariz. Ge&erl Passenger Agent
ATTENTION K. P.
1I members and visiting brothers
of ilathbonp Lodge No. 10. are re
quested to meet at 1, P. Hall Tues-
fday, Feb. 4, at 1:30 n- m. to attend
:unerai of Hro. Wm. Mathewn.
k . My Brfer.t -1
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-advertisement
I)j-f- oBportunltr to fnrnish your
iirrtrw at a MgJ savinr while the an
nuaj j-'enrnary furniture aio tsjin at
Ihe'PBalps Dodgo store A1v?rtlg,-
iSCATARRH j I O. K. LIVERY and j
uMfi BLADDER i I UNDERTAKING Co.
RsSSflflAwB B,it.ls-!t-i 1 ROBERT HENNESST, Prop, j
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HOSPITAL TRAINING
.St. Joveph's Hospital. Ihoenrx. Ari
tmut, offers a tare years' course at
traifftnj-; ftr einf)ea iaron-wtton ad
drcsF Bttperlal klwit of TrainlBX
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