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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA. .FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1913.
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Ow mttMCtions to the famous editor of the Bottom Cooling School
Waa wces "Get up a book of recipes, of the things people Use Lii.
Find tlit htal way to male and bake each one. Then write it out so pUuily
Jhat even an inexperienced housewife can't have a failure."
"Th Cook's Book" was the result. Some of the 90 recipes were origi
nated, many of them were, improved upon, and all were personally tested by
this best known authority on cooking in America, and she. tells so clearly how
she made everytliing that one cannot go aitray.
Vh3e some of the cakes and pattry arc elaboiate enough for any occasion,
ihc recipes are aH thorougUy practical and call for no expensive and unusual
Ingredients. In addition to le&ng how to make them, the book is beautifully
iSustrated in colors showing bow to arrange and serve the dishes appetttinpjy.
More than half a raiSion of "The Cook's Book" are now in use in Amer
ican households. Yet the demand is constantly increasing. Many send for
two or three at a time to give to Inends or young house-
Keepers, uont depend on Dorrowing one irom
.neighbor have one of your own.
How to Get "The Cooks Book" Jtirajftf
la CTrry 25e can ol K C Biting Powder it packed a SrWKHfSv!
cokird cotiScite. Send u one of ihse certitiulet 'paste WflUM
it on a postal card d ou He) wkh your same and ad- x li A5V?S
dins ptaialy wBo, and The Cook'. Book" will be SlS?JSj
juilnl free of charge. Only one book for each certificate, K'Vl JSiN
Address: Jaques Mfg. Company, Chicago Bi'll(j rWr n-
Brief Local Items
Tvo Peace Disturbers.
.Two cases of disturbing the peace
Parse uj lesterday tn Justice
Tuoo r' cotjrt In jc&ch a fine of
$7.50 was imposed.
Mrs. Jul-a Cunningham has sold,
through M. C. High, bar three roam
Jwnso on Claweojt hill near Uie DO
nhy property to Michael -Gerrity.
Extra teams wee oat yesterday
cleaning the streets of the refuse
that bad been washed down by the
rain. The street denartracnt ' also
ha1 a forces, of men repairing a hole
in 8utua st.--t. at tbe corner of
the I'belpa, l)od;e Co ptoro'
XL ua k.
A & I,
I Tt im
count I tpt's ut' men of
judgment wear the
It is human nature to cive
the glad hand to the well
dressed man in preference to
the one illy attired.
W ka.c Ite Sfrtloa SoH Dertr Hiu la
all Ibc latcftl k.
Tlie gtiost ualkrii estorda In the
cit hall. bon all c;. employees
wero paid oft" It was also lay day
at the Copper Queen and a long line
of miners was stationed in front of
tbe general- offices during the aft
ernoon. TUe banks, to accomodate
tlioeo wishing to cash checks, re
Lnelo Menrlez, brought to the Cop
per Cfncen iiospltal pn Weilneadav
from Douglas, suffering from a se
vere attack of pneumonia, died at tbe
hospital yesterday morning. He has
a wife ) ving in Mexico who will be
communicated with fceforp fune.al ar
raosoment9 aro made. The body Is
beiutc held at the Palace Cnderlaw
ins eompanx. Mondcz was a smelt' r
Arbor Day Today.
Arbor Day Vnllbc appropriately
observed in all the schools of th.
-district today With sons and stcrv
Some of the schools expect to spend
a part of the djy In cicantne up tlieir
premises and otherofso observing
the holiday The banks and tbo post
offices in tbe district wll be c'os-
durintt tbe day.
Country Club Smoker.
An extensive program of-snorts .s
scheduled for the Warren rfcstriot
Country elub on tre night of K.-br i
ary 12 There will be wrestling, box
nt; and other athletic sports as well
a, music, refreshments and a sdiok
-r. The arlair Is belnc (rtven by ;he
members of the elub in honor of the
.siting delegates to the Mason!'
(iran.I l-odgb convention.
MiQh School Play Tonight.
A Midhirmmer Nights' Dream,'
the fanciful Shakespearcn fairy play
U1 be given at the Orphean thU'
evening, under the awnlccs of he
lrlee High school Athletic associa
tion. Many tickets have already
teen sold and success in all ways tg
Yes the new Stetson
Hats For Spring and
Summer are here. Priced
For Spring; and Summer
step in and let us show
tyou the SENSATION
model in any leather, in
You will be well pleased
with them and also make
your feet feel glad.
Priced at S6.00 and $6.50
Will Live In Warren.
Captain Theoare . Sehaltz, ol
Troop D. Ninth Cavalry, expects to
I rioK lis Ifc and iteughter to War
reri soon. They will probably occupy
the Morrison residence.
UiikIMi at th I'lilveri'lty of Arizona
her been secured by C. V. Phllbrook
fur an address at the High School ou
Al-rll . Mti JVrry will fleaU ou tie
lliarher edHoation of women and will
supliIciiuHit the lecture wttn severs
roiml Ufblo conferences with the pi"
pits and teucliers. Miss Perry Is said
to Iks a brilliant speaker and is :
womhh of large and vurl&d exerieiiCH,
Committee Wants Room. J
Cuii llailtlw, tli.iirmBii of the ac
eamxHmiitMms committee of ll'e Ma '
bnmc grand ole couveiitiou which,
!h to convee In-tY.ls city next SI on-.
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uiiy, intti-os remei. ij ma iiih-v
hoitsebolders twho may have rooms
for rent to klrHtly supply 1dm with th
eceary iBformatlou. There will be
liter than ItW dtlgates In tne city
from all parts of the Mtate of Ari
umi and there are not enough rooms
in tbe hotels, to accommodate ail.
Lenten Services Prevail. I
-Special Lenten services prevail tnj
the CatboMc church durteg the entire
forty day's. During the seAson there
will bo mass at the church on Moti
(yi. Prldfti and Satnrtiay?, be-
MunliiK at 7.U0 a. m. and on Tuesdays
'.Vidtitft-ilays and Thursdays, mass will
be given at tlie convene These will
rAinmeiice at C.30 a. m. Sptcbil ser-
H will Le held at the church eery
Kriday fvenine eommeiiclng at 750
p. m. Father Sleurer will preach ni
Balkan War- Pictures.
The Itoyal theater has received a
telegram from the Ueneral Film
company stating that the theater will
also run tbe Ilalkan War pictures on
Will Build In Warren.
Km! I Grabe. field geologist for the
Copper Queen Mining company, ev
pects to build a CaliforniH btinpalo
in Wirren in the near future. Tbe bun--:alo
!s to be situated on Vista street
and is to ost between $G,000 and
Curley Hnssell lias returned to tlm
city after several months' absence
being during tho greater part of the
tlrao at Hay. He sustained what ha
thought ar slight injury to his left hand
shortly a before leaving that camp
t!!ood poison subsequently developeu
and he entered tbe Sifter Hospital at
Phoenix, where amputation of the
forefinger was fouml necessary to stop
the spread of the iioiton. Ou leaving
the hospital the first of the week he
Every day brings several cordially
inclined men to the offices c tno
school boprd with requests for the
latest infonnation in regard to the
proposed high school building to bo
erected In the city. The men are archi
tects or architectural agents, .who
are acquainting theiruelres with' the!
topography of Hlsbeo and local condi
tions so as to be- able to submit esti
mates aad drawings v-ln n bids are
asked for the new building. Among
those who were in the city during the
week were F. C. Hurst, of Puoeut.
Mr. Hurst formerly had ollices in this
city. Ik C. Slarsh, of Marsh and Co,
Ixjs Angeles, and W. J. Bllewnaii of
I os Augcles.
Turnish vou'r! At Vet
home now and
Curtains And Portieres
Attractive .Sale 1nnnirP at nf
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Prices, Make it a point to at
tend this RifS Vtimituro. Kuonf.
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tlll"lyJ EXCELLENT VALUES OFFERED
fice for our
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SPECIAL SALE OF
Vernis Martin Ucd
Rcff. $16.50, Now . . $11.75
Vernis Martin Bed
Reg. $8.50, Now . $6.50
Reg:. $1 8.00. Now Si 3.50
Heavy Iron Bed
Reg. $25.00. Now $16.50
Schroll Filler Bed
Reg. $13.50. Now $6.50
Child's Iron Cribs
Reg. $13.50, Now $10.50
Woven Spring Cribs
1 Reg. $12.00, Now $9.50
SPECIAL SALE OF
Living Room Chairs
Reg-. $8.00, Now . . S6.00
Reg. $11.00, Now . . $8.00
Reg. SI 2.50, Now . . $9.50
Reg. S15.00, Now .. $11.25
Reg. $18.00, Now . . $13.50
Reg. $2.75, Now . . $1.75
Reg. S2.50,Now . .$1.75
Reg. $2.25, Now . $1.75
Arm Chairs and Rockers
Reg. $10.00, Now . $7.50
Reg. 815.00, Now . . $9.95
Reg. $28.00, Now . S21.00
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EXTRA FINE RUGS
AT SPECIAL PRICES
Reg. $25.00, Now . .
Reg. $30.00. Now ,
Reg. $35.00, Now . . S24.90
Reg. $40.00, Now . $32.75
Reg. $22.50, Now . . $M,85
, 30'' Off Reg, Price.
A. J, Mathews Coming.
A. .1. MatliewH, president of the
State Normal school at TemH haa
written to C. F. Hnlhrook that he In
tend? to be in tho city fr the meet
ins of tbt. Masonic flrand Lodge. Mr.
Matheos bas ex'ended an Invitation
to all his former normal school pupils
iu meet him and d-o-ivts mPtters of
n.iitiiil interest. Diin,-.g his stay lr
the clt. Professor Oi I'hews will ad-
drvb tbe pupils of the Ilisbee High
Mules Bring i300.
JIulos at $3oo ier inlr was the
price received by a Sulphur Springs
vuiley rancher yesterday. A loc-jil liv
tryman. was the .purchaser. The mules
wrro solid black and handsomely
matched,. One welrhed SCO pound
M-hile the other wetehed 9Sr, jiouiids.
Cummins, Phoenix. Charles H Kit
enrdge. Providence, It 1 ; Jack l.e
.Montroce, Ciriciiitlati, l, M.-A JSaa
sltt. St. Iu'ls. fi. C. WltiK, N-w
York; C. K Mlcltfnu and uife, Uen
ver. Col.; William Stocmar, N,v
York, S McMamiB. rwjglas;' Ward
Davies, Oananea. William J. Oenl
ng, Canana. Aijna K. ilotirne, Ari
zona; t l Slgr;.Dos Caleyas; It.
U. Tibby, Dos CjibeyasiJCv. Joiin-
tson, l)os cabeyasf Jee,rAdam8, Dos
Cabej-as; Charles V. Wf3ton, Dos
Cabeyas; It. L. Hooper, lXiuglas; T.
C. Houghton, S. Whltters, Scranton,
At tlie Philadelphia: C. K. Jacou
sin. Mrv J. Triblet, M. M. Wilson,
Tucson; W. A. Johnson, (iiolie: F.
J. Consldpy. Nogales; G. P. Miller.
Santa Barbara. Cal. "
Charming Luncheon. -
Mrs. John Treu entertained, a num
her of prominent society laJios ot
tbe city with a charming luncheon a
the Warren District Country clab.
The club-room was decorated In pink
and white and there were pink and
white flowers on tho tables. After
the luncheon cards were played.
Schwartz Bros, Co,
1 The Safe Place. Main St.
Numbered county road tax receipts
have been received by lh corp-
l tions In tbe city for "dtetrtfeut on
-among Us employees and the remit
'ting of $! for every employee on th
company pay roll. The city marshal
I will collect the taxes In the city from
;all those who are not employed by
a eorporaron ana tnc county aMs
isors. will iironae ior uk coneeiions
'of those livirta; outatdc the city limits.
Redmen GWe Dance.
Despite the rainy weather of lout
night, quite a few people were pres
ent at the dance of the Redmen
which was elven ats the Pythian
! Castle last Bight, following tho regu
lar meeting of the order. Itrennan's
I Orchestra furnished the music and
ja delightful time was enjoyed by all
Wallle Schwartz, of Schwartz Ilros
company. Is back from Tombstone at
tending to pay day rush or business.
having been excused from Jury ser
ice. He left a large cofony of jurors at
Tombstone who watched his depart
lire enviously but to no purpose, tha
court being determined to hold a suffi
cient number al hand" to move the
btisinesK of tho session with all pos
City Sealer Quick is now making
regular tests of weights and meas
ures throughout the city. At preseut
he is malting his rounds In a bugsyr
furnished by Supervisor, Loreneo
Wright A light rig. approved" by
the council, will probably soon be
Mere Showers. .
The exceptional season of rainfall
is cutting deoply Into the fair record
of Arizona for sunshine days In mia j
winter, generally marked down almost
to the exclusion of ndtes of "cloudy."
Settling the dust the last few nays
and freshened air, howeTer, are en
tirely acceptable. Weather forecasts
are continued showers.
Heavy Police Court Docket.
Nine cases, all for disturbing the
iwace or for druukeness were before
Judge High In police' court. The
nine were fdund guilty and f.ncs as
gregatlng about J 55 imposed. There
was an even larger number of casjs
on Wednesday and the fines for tlie
two days amount" to more than $ 100.
J Moose .Postpone.
i Owing to Inability to finish the pool
i an1 billiard .towrnnment this week, the
I celebration of its completion bas been
. -niiiorMl another week and will be
! h td on Sunday night February 1C
I Tbe tournament htm bow besn In
progress for several weeks ami eonu.
) high scores are being made, boverat
tteauttntl irojinies win oc asuracu iu
Mrs. E. V. lleffner ancLdlttle daugh
ter arrived yesterday from Uncoln to
make their home In the city, joining
.Mr. Heffner, who has been here sev
eral months as a machinist
Death by Accident
At a mooting of 'he coroner's jury
held Ir. Lowell jesterdpy. it was de
cided that the nnkr.own V-xi si i who
van hilled by iho U.O tra'a v eilses
l. i..rl:'. l.a. met hX dc.im thrcugh
accident The man still remains un.
identified. No preparation!; havo been
wade to lner the !ody.
It has been reported to tbe county
officers that Amelia Nosogerl, aged
fifteen years, has run awcy witn
Jleyneido Ortiz, aped twenty It is
belioved tha the. pa'r have rpne to
Douglas and yesterday tele'grami
were'sept"to that cify and other
nearby towns asking their apprehen
slon. The mother of the girl nas
stated that If tho pair are mnrried
she will not prosecute.
L. B. Hanes of Warren is 111 of tue
J. It. Williams has
Warren from Phoenix.
Lieutenant O. II. Davis has return
ed to camp after a short time tour
ing surrounding country.
Anno B Bourne, a high Official of
the Frate.-nal Brotherhood Lodge, li
at the Copper Queen hotel.
Ward Darrcs and W. J. iyr:a::- oi
the Cananea Copper Co's store are
Lowell bus.ness ,ma.
homo in Warren.
Is ill . at his
Mrs. W. F. Thompson, of Stuttgart,
Ark., Is visiting her brother, C. M.
ftlhson of Warren. Mrs. Thompson
hhs her baby with her and expects
to make an extended visit x
Dr. H. H. Van Kirk of the Ninth
cavalry returned to Warren yester-
pany, has returned from an El Paso
C. (A. Austin, Chief purchasing
agent of tho Phelps-Dodge Interests,
with offices In New York, Is spend
Ing rf short time in Jho fcity.
Stephen Roemer, traveling auditor
of tho Wells Fargo Express com
pany, with offices In Tucson. wa3 :f.
day from an Inspection trip pn Iie visitor In the city yestrday.
J V Williams returned to Phoe-'
W H. Hrophy. general manager of nix vesterday, after -several days In
tbe Phelps-Dodge Mercantile comf I the itv
Miss Thelma Brown, daughter ol
Xr. and Mrs. S. A. Brown of Iwell,
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Miller of
the Sulphur Spring valley were Low
ell visitors yesterday. Mrs. Miller
Is recovering slowly from her recent
I. If. Tadlock, the Douglas con
tractor, was a Lowell vlsftoi yesterday.
Gentle and Sure
You, also, should give ap
proval to this efficient family
remedy your bowels will be
regulated so surclyand safely ;
your liver stimulated; your
digestion so improved by
Aluminum Cooking Utensils. Light irt weight,
bright as silver, cannot crack or rust Heats quicker.
Saves fuel and will last's lifetime. Note window
display and ask for prices.
U. S. Hardware and Paint Store
Main St, Next Door to "Uncle Sam's" Loan Office
la boat JOc 7Cc
Taken to Hospita,'.
II. V. Bennett employed at Uic
electrical shop of the Coper Queen
had his back tadly wrenched yester
day and was removed to tbe hoopl-tal.
Will Address Pupils.
Miss Alvlna Perry,
At the Copper Queen: A. S. Dia
mond, Denver; Ben Spltlz, Kansas
City; C. O. Block, San Francisco; T.
B. Orace, El Paco; J. Williams, Phoe
nix; F. C. Miller, El Paso; AV F
A COLD IS A COLD
Whether you class your cold as a "mild Indisposition," or whether it
deserves more-serious-consideration. It Is exerting the rame tax OS
your physical strength and rltn'Jty. Look to your cold at this tlm
of year. Don't take chinces, but check It at onco with a box or
. BISBEE DRUB GO'S LAXATIVE GOLD TABLETS
Present day sale3 show that nisbee Drug Co.s laxative Cold Tablets aro
enjoy ine greater popularity than any cold remedy we sell This Is due to
the fact that repeat orders are coming In from customers who know
the worth of this effective cold remedy. To have a cold Is human, but
to let It persist, is unpardonable wben this ready relief can be ofb-
' tained upon request cither by phone, postal or a personal call. Mailed
to any address on receipt of price j3r per box.
PATENT YOUR LAND
$3.00 Per Acre! $3.00 Per Acre!
IT WILL NEVER BE CHEAPER
?3.00 Per Acre! . ?3.00 Per Acre.
M. fe Leverich & Co., take pleasure In announcing that Navaio
Base is now on the- market and available for the selection of lands in
Arizona. We congratulate our customers that we aro able to sell tbi
excellent base at so low a cost
Desert Land Entrymen who hac encountered tho almost -prohibitive
expense and great physical dldlcuUy of proving .up under that law
are afforded an Inexpensive method of acquiring- title.
Stock Men can acquire land for range and pasturage.
Farmers, Settlers, Investors, jour opportunity Is NOWI
Navajo Base is Issued under the same law as Moqul Base, if you are
one of those who were disappointed In not securing Moqul while H
was on the market get Navajo NOWI Moqul went up In price. Na
vajo mty repeat that history!
Small selections cannot be made. If you wish only 1C0 or 320 nTc
get jour friends aid neighbors in the same township to Join in our
WHAT TO DO
Send us description of your land! Send ns relinquishment If tho
bind Is embraced In an entryl Ttemlt three dollars per acre! THAT'S
Wo get title for you or you gel the money hack!
OUR GUARANTEE IS GOOD!
$3.00 Per Acre! $3.00 Per Acre!
"Write Us About Land Matters'"
M. E. LEVERICH & CO.
JOHN H. PAGE M. E. LEVERICH A. W. LAUTZ
P. O. BOX 984 PHOENIX, ARIZU.na
PUBLIC LAND SPECIALISTS
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