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THE mSBEE DAILY REVIEW, B1SB1SE ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 5, 1913.
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BUSY WEEK ON
Large Stocks and Good
Treatment Hold Home
Trade as in No Oth
er Mining Town
PAY ROLLS GROWING
lay day money will corao out to
day with the promise that merchants
of the city are .going to find the bal
ance of the week exceedingly busy
and inure active In trale than any
tdmliar period tnoy have experienced
hince the rush of the holidays, when
lllsbee trade surmounted .the best
previous records. In its history.
i'Uhele puy foils now exceed a to
tal of tcntr th"an halt'a million dol
lars the month, 'lue great bulk ot
this money U being spent directy in
the Warren district Probably in no
other "mining town in the country Is
there as larso u part of the earnings
fepunt at home as "there is here, for
in nearly all other mining towns the
mall 'order houses and the lures of
big city stores cut deeply into the
As for all other conditions, there
Is a reason why lllsbee enjoys this
valuable sort of pre-eminence In the
matter of a home trading public It
iu in the fact that the Hlsbe mer
chants extend to their home tiadp as
good and better values than arc to
be obtained througll the mail order
houses or In the big city stores.
Furthermore, the home merchant
is always here and if the purchaser
concludes that he .wants to make an
exchange or is not entirely satisfied
with his purchase, he knows that ht
can 'go back to the home store from
which, he bought and talk things over
directly with the man who waited
upon him, getting courteous 'treat
ment ai-d satisfactory adjustment,
while in the case of the foreign store
or mail order house he would havt- no
Beyond this, the stores of the War
ren district are enrrying stocks that
are unequaled in extent, quality and
variety in any of the larger cities
when the item of local needs is con
sidered. Stocks now carried In the
district embrace all of the best line3,
standard goods and specialties that
traveling men declare would - put
store buyers in many larger cities of
the country to shame.
Each month there is being found
more and more Justification for the
largo stocks carrfcd by the" thome
merchants and which they are con
stantly Increasing, for each month
the trade Is bigger. .P.isbee pay rolls
and imputation are advancing all the
time, hand In banc
rt h Evory
25? ft- stotaon
X. " j-F&i beftrsth
J VvsiiJ Vj SlBtton
i Mi t li. namo
V. M. Thompson Falls from
Girder of New C. & A.
ccunr. That's why men of
judgment wear the
Jt ii human nature to civc
the jlad hand to the well
drcsscd man in preserence to
the one illy attired.
V73 fcr fte Steteta St M Dcrb, lliu U
tCA It !!( I! lei.
Yes the new Stetson
Hats For Spring and
Summer are here. Priced
For Spring and Summer
rep In and let us show
you the SENSATION
model in any leather, in
You will be well pleased
-with them and also make
voiir feet feel glad. .
Priced at $6.00 Snd $6.50
Schwartz Bros, Go.
The Safe Place. Main St.
DOUGLAS. Feb. 6. . M. Thomp
son, a?ed 33 years, residing at 17S3 C
Avenue, a well known steel worker
and alderman from the sixth .ward bt
the present city council, died Monday
night at 10:45 o'clock in the Calumet
hospital as the result of a fall oi
thirty-live feet, from a girder at the
Calumet and Arizona smelter, where
he was employed by the Kansas City
Structural Steel company. Thompson's
fckull was badly fractured on the right
tide. He also suffered concussion of
the brain at its base, his left arm wad
broken and his right badly Injured
Lost His Balance
According to men who were work-.
Ing with him at the time, Thompson
was engaged In putting naling strips
on the girtx and purlins, to which the
corrugated Iron outer coat of tho
building was to be fastened. Some
of the holes had not been drilled
large enough In the beginning, anu
Thompson found that he would have
to enlarge them. In doing this work,
two men are generally employed.
Thompson is said to have told the
man who was to assist him, that he
believed he could do the work better
alone. He was handling the air motoi
by himself, it Is said, when the drill
became fouled. In endeavoring to ex
tricate the drill from the 'hole, Thorap
sou lost his balance and plunged
down thirty-five feet, landing on- his
hands and bead in 'a pilS'of scrap'-irdn
on the ground beneath,
The Injured man was given tem
porary treatment at the smelter. As
soon as possible he was placed In an
automobile and taken to the Calumet
hospital. He was given such relief as
possible upon his arrival, his Injuries
being rebandaged, and the left fore
arm, which was found to be broken,
put in splints. He was In an uncon
scious state when he arrived at the
hospital, and died without recover
Mr. Thompson was recently married
to Miss Willie McMahan. a well known
Douglas girl. His bride is prostrated
Besides his wife, Mr. Thompson has
one brother in Douglas, S. F. Thomp
son, superintendent of the- municipal
water plant. Another brother, Old
Thompson, Is city marshal of Clifton.
His mother and three sisters are res
idents of Sabinal, Texas.
You will get very good values In
the Clean Up Hat Sale at the Phelps
DANCING SCHOOL FRIDAY
Young men and ladies, if you wish
to learn to dance meet us at the Fair
Hall Friday night the "eh. Ladies
taught at half price. Williams and
Clark, teachers. Advertisement 353
NOTICE OF POSTPONED ANNUAL
WEEETING OR ARIZONA AUTO
MATIC AIR ASSACIATION.
Petition Put Out for Signa
tures Outlines Ideas
The meeting lostponed from Slon
day night Jan. 27 will be held Mon
day night. Feb. 10th at 7-30 p. m.
at I S. Williams' office in Allen
I'lock All stockholders requested to
W. S. LANFORD. Scc'y.
- Advertisement 33-
GnEENE CANANEA COPPER COMPANY
Dividend No. 4
A dividend of 2.".c per share on the
outstanding capital stock has been de
clared, payable Saturday, March 1.
1013, to stockholders of record at
"5 00 o'clock p. m.. Monday Februarj
10. 1'j13. Transfer books will not b!
CHARLES A. DLNPAX, Treasurer
Through the Bisbee Commercial
club there was made public yesterday
the policy and the plans which that
organization will endeavor to enlist
tnc aid of other commercial bodies ol
the county In support ot the matter
6f projected state highways.
Copies of tho petition embodying
the views of tho Commercial club
were put out in the city last evening
for signers, and copies were mailed
to Douglas, Tombstone and other
points in the county to be circulated
for. signatures. It is probable thai
those who may disagree with the
Hues of action and the plans set forth
in the Commercial club petition will
have opportunity to express their
VlitV' 111 nttin- naitHftne h- h.
forwarded, although there Is as yet no
organized plan of proccedure along'
this line, so far as known. It is true.
however, that the Commercial club
ideas do not agree in all details with
the ideas ot somo who have given
study to tho state highways matter
and it is also true that these are like
!y to be heard from. Tho general ex
planation is that in the discussion that
II1 ensue, common ground will be
reached upon which all can unite
forces. The petition put out by th
Commercial club will -come up at the
Good Roads convention to- be held In
Phoenix beginning February 10. it
reaus as fellows:
We, the undersigned voters and tax
payers of Cochise county, favor the
immediate completion of the present
projected state highways and the
further construction and maintainancp
of a complete system of state high
ways connecting county seats and iiu
portant jioints of the several counties
with each other or with the state
highways with money to be raised by
a state bond Issue.
We therefore, respectfully submit
and urge the senators and representa
tives of Cochise county to vote for
and assist by all honorable means too
enactment of a law at this session ol
the legislature providing for a bond
issue iu au amount sufficient to com
plete, construct and maintain such
highways and further providing that
seventy five (iu) per cent of the pro
portionate part contributed by each
county or for the iayment of which
each county is resionsible be ex
pended within such county and that
the remaining twenty-five Ua per
cent go into a general state fund.
We turther favor such bond issuo
in an amount not less than Jo.OOO.OO-J
for such purposes with proper pro
visions for the retirement of such
bonds at Mated intervals.
The maintainance of such roads by
The definite location and construc
tion of such state highways by a non
imrtisan stale commission of them
created by law in connection with
county commissions for each county
which shall have authority in their
We heartily endorse the iiroject of
a national highway and favor the co
operation of state and nation for its
The state roads which desire con
structed in Cochise county are as fol
lows: New Mexico Line to Douglas 50 miles
Douglas to Bisbee 24 miles
Bisbee to Tombstone 2S miles
Tombstone to Fairbank J miles
Fairbank to Westerl coun
ty line 19 miles
i Forest to Courtland and Glee-
son 24 miles
C.lecson to Willcox 30 miles
Will give you one of the Best
Bargain Box Sales
Ever given in Bisbee
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware
Chaffing Dishes Two Diamond Rings
EVERY BOX HAS A PRIZE
The Henkel Jewelery Co.
.A.A.A. A -A . A A .,,
,J. A. A .A,.
1 .StTtT "Vir U
VI lit Nea
You luve ix individual
pieces each large enough
f rrnponrjly udttf ml dtA
At all At bttttr stares
Makrri mt I be vorU-'UBcafl
CbocvbLe aul Ccroa Sscbari uvt
Oleeson to Tombstone 14 miles
Douglas to Courtlar.d 31 miles
lllsbee will be well represerted at
the Good Roads convention. The
county is allowed the appointment ot
three delegates, the city two and the
Commercial club two. The city has
alrcadv appointed John J. Uowen and
Dr. F. E. Shine and the Commercial
(tub has appointed J. H. Gray and
J. R. Henderson. The board of su
pervisors have been asked to appoint
R. U Stalllngs.
AU of these delegates have agreed
to le in Phoenix by 'Februarj' 10.
The delegates wilt payhelr own ex
jtenses. It is expected that most of
them will make tho trip in automo
biles. With the present status of the
good roads movement in Ariona. it is
held to be Important that Uisbee havs
a strong representation ut the meet
ing anil it is considered that the dele
gates named will form a very repro
Aluminum Cooking Utensils. Light in weight,
bright as silver, cannot crack or rust Heats quicker,
Saves fuel and will last a lifetime. Note window
display and ask for prices.
U. S. Hardware and Paint Store
Main St., Next Door to "Uncle Sam's" Loan Office
BISBEE II HITS
J. ,V, Hampton Active Fig
ure in Coast to Coast
Arlzonans arriving in Ashville, X.
C lor tne conference of governors
and prominent citizens who are to
gather there for conference on the
coast to coast highway project, will
find a Bisbee man of prominence
awaiting them, with a good deal of
advance work done in their behalf.
He Is J. W. Hampton, formerly of
this city but for the last several years
Identified with active business enter
prises in North Carolina with h!j
headquarters at Asheville. Although
out of Arizona, Mr. Hampton has by
Tbe Home of Refined
WHERE EVERYBODY GOES
Program for Tuesday
$PHOt6 plas -&
"":, . , ' . i
"TRAPpfNG; THE C0NSPRA
"WHEN JOEY VMS ON
A story of a child's bravery,
"HIS WESTERN WAY"
Real Cowboy .story
"THE MUMMY AND THE
"STRANGE PLACES AMD
QUAINT PEOPLE IN
a, a TV MV
Sunday and Monday
Feb. 9 and 10
THE HOME OF HIGH CLASS
Concert 6:45 by Royal Orchestra
Elbert Veale, Director
"The Great Divide" Maurice
"Berlin wle es welnt undLacht"
"Charge ot the Light Brigade"
Pictures at 7 Sharii A continuous
Matinees Tuesday. Friday. Satur
day and Sunday at 2 p. m.
PICTURES FOR TUESDAY,
"PATHE'S WEEKLY NO. 51"
Showing real battle scenes at the
battle of Lulle Burgas. These
scenes were taken on the firing
line and are tbe best yet secured
of the Balkan war. " ' '
-THE VINTAGE OF FATE"
Dramatic tale of California.
' "THE NEW SQUIRE"
A strong, viril-e ttiral drama.
"JINX'S BIRTHDAY PARTY"
"SHE'S A PIPPIN"
A slap-bang-wboop-eui-up pair of
pleasure producers -teeming wltH
ludicrous side-splitting surprises.
Excljsivc Agency for the celebrated
WurlitKT" Automatic Musical In
struments for Skating Rinks and Jlov.
ing Pictures Theaters. Write for free
EL PASO PIANO COMPANY.
Oldest Piano House in El Paso, Texas
St. Joseph's Hospital. Phoenix, Ari
zona, offers a three years' course of
training For detailed information-address
Superintendent of Training
School. Advertisement. -322
Novelty Hats in broken lines at a
big Reduction In the Clean Up salo
at the Phelps Dodge Store.
Try The New Way
of Curing Corns
Easy As One. Two, Three; No Fuss,
No Pain, by Using "GETS-IT."
Just take two seconds to put a lit
tle "GETS-IT" on that corn. That
no means forgotten It, nor has his con '9 "done for" as sure as the sun
DO YOU WANT TO REDUCE THE GOST OF LIVING?
you are interested, send for our 416 page Il
lustrated Catalogue, sent only upon request.
Address P. O. Box 326, Station C Los Angeles, Calif
Ferndell Brand Food Products
are selected from those sections of the
world which produce the best grade
of each variety.
From the pick of these superior
, crops,, only such as are worthy of the
t Ferndell Brand are used.
Nothing better can be produced.
J. B. Angius
"The Pure Food Grocer"
enthusiasm concerning the state aad
its people waned in the least Blsliee
In particular Is firmly and properly
fixed in his mind as the big Arizona
town and he has sent to the Review
for several copies to be forwarded
daily during tbe life of the hlghwiy
meeting, which opens on the 12th and
continues a week, in order that Ari
zona visitors and attendants may be
kept posted as to what is going on in
Mr. Hampton has taken a large rat
in the coast to coast ihlghway move
ment, inaugurated by Governor Locke
Craig of North Carolina, and in the
forthcoming conference will be a
prominent figure. Recent Issues of
newspapers in the south giving, sup
port to the movement quote Mr
Hampton in Interviews In which he
tells of the Interest that has grown
up in Arizona and other states in the
movement and predicts large support.
Methodist Minister Recommends
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Rev. James A. Lewis. Milaca, Minn.,
v, rites: "Chamberlain' Cough Reme
dy has been a needed and welocem
guest in our home for a number o!
years, I highly recommend it to my
fellows as being a medicine worthy
of trial In cases ot colds, coughs, and
croup." Give Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy a trial and we ere confident
you will find it very effectual and con
tinue to use it as occasion requires for
rises. The corn shrivels up, vanishes.
jears to icomeasrmanji.'otljers. -liae
doiKs. Ftor3sle by- allwlraJeralMUdver
tispnSenfc" ' j 236.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Your druggist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any
-ase of Itching. Blind, Bleeding or
Protruding Plies In G to 14 days
5" cents. 419
The Show They're All Talking About
HALL SISTERS I CARL KAREY
Harmony Singing and Dancing. In Pianologuo
"PATHE WEEKLY No. 50." "JOHN CARETTO'S ESCAPE," "A J
Complete change of Vaudeville and Pictures Every Wednesday and
TWO SHOWS TONIGHT STARTING 7:15
Prices Always 10c-15c-25c Phone 360
JACOB SCHMID, Prop.
21 Reels" of Pictures a Week.
Admission 5c and 10c
Program changes every day
An hour cf high class entertainment awaits you at this show house
DON'T FORGET THE WARM ROOM.
SEUMAS MAC MANUS
A Merry Ramble Round Ireland
Illustrated With 110 Stereopticon Views
Thursday Evening, February 6th, 8 p. m.
At K C. Hall
List Your Property With
M. C. HIGH
gREAL ESTATE and RENTALS
Exceptional Facilities For Quick Service
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 side window. My guaran
tee is 90 per cent on the $1.00.
- L. L. GILMAN
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
Official Watch Inspector For E. P. & S. W. Ry.
OPENED JAN. I st 1913
WHEN IN 05 ANGELESfll
Jv STOP at tAe NEJJfj 1 1 jy
Aifi vttV v 'Sifeei Ba Sob sV iDkiV
pi 8 SFa k w flaL? !am&
In. oil the WEST"
ZOO OUTSIDE ROOMS
ISO WITH BATH
120 W. 2NO ST..NEAR HILL
NOBTXeRN MOTEL CO.. PROP.
CAFE 'RANK L CRAMITON. I-1GR.
TN CONNECTION RATES noora day op
-When I Think of All the Things I
Tried for Corns and Failed, and
"GETS-IT" Get 'Em In
That's the surprise you get hy nting
this new plan corn cure. There's noth
ing tc stick to the stocking or sock;
your corn pains stop. You're saved
the bother ot applying plasters that
make the corn bulge ont from tho
core. You're saved salves that eat
into the healthy flesh and "puir no
more fussing with bandages. You
doa't have to help by picking and
dragging put your corns, or cutting
with knives or razors. . ,
i 'GETSlT'. is 1 safe, painless, stops
paln! nVyerrMrts'.be41t&y'ffeh. IS
is guarantl-ed.t Try ' itj'oaf warts cl;
louses and bunions, too,
"GETS-IT Is sold at all drusslsts
at 2., cents a bottle or sent direct by
fc lAwrence & Co Chicago.
Sold in Uisbee by I'helps Dodge
Mercantile Co.. lllsbee Drug Co., Cen
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
Company Reduction Works
We are now in the Market
for the Purchase of -
Copper Ore and4 Copper Matte j
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co.
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