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lHE blbbht. DAUY KKVihW, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 191?
A Man's Gift Should Come From
A Man's Store
SCHWARTZ BROS., CO.
Always have an excellent assortment of timely sugges
tions for His gift- selected with an idea of Usefulness
and always of The Best to Be Had in Quality. . .
Most. any Man wUi appreciate an article from the store
J)res$ Gloves $1.50 to
An excellent assortment ct
dressed and undressed kid and
Cape Goat tote silk lined and
"Dents" and Fownes are the
Mtkes be wonts.
Combination Sets to
Silk Sox and Tie
$75, $1.00 and $1.25
Silk Sox, Tie and Hand
kerchief, $1.50 and $2.00
Also with tie clasp and pla to
match tic color
Many Good Ideas In Theao
Coin Purses, 50c
Card & Bill Wallets,
Collar Bags, $2.00 &
A new Idea In collar bags
away from the old style round
Suit Cases and Bags of
(Smoking Jackets all sold)
We've a few nice Bath Robes
for Men at JS.OO each.
We've Three Mackinaw
Coats, $8.50, $9.00 and
Sweater Coats & Vests.
$3.00 to $8.00
Most all Bisbee men want one)
of our Sweater Ccats. , We've
handled the best and largest
line to be fcund aiwl you can't
make a mistake.
Pajamas and Night Robes
75c to $1.50 Gowns
J1.50 and $2.00 Paamas
la that -warm comfy outing
flannel, made, right
Umbrellas for Men
S3.50 to $7.50
No need to pay ten or twelvo
dollars for a fine silk umbrella.
We're the' Magic Folding Han
dle Onfca in flc? silk at $5.00 to
Auto Gauntlets, $2.50,
$3.50, $4.50 up'to $7.50
Hansen's Gauntlets "
in the plain black or tan and
the fine lined ones.
A few pair extra fine lined
and fnr gauntlets at
$6.00 to $7.50
Sox for Men that are Sox
Phoenix Pure Silk, all
Colors, 50 cents
Iron Clad Mercerized Sox
All frolors in this famous hose,
both for wear and looks
25c & 35c Pair
See our Silk and Wool at 50c
Silk In the Plain and Fancy
and neat initials
50c, 75c and $1.00
Cock Fight, Bull Fight and
Linen in Plain or Initial
25c and 50c
For Men and Women, ?35c to
$2.00 In the Famous Good
Muffler, tho Phoenix
You'll And Just what you want
in a Muffler or Reefer
Neck Wear for Men
50c, 75c, $1, $1.50 & $2
A fine line of knit tlos and
all silk ties from the beat of tie
makers T. TX. Kelser Co.
Long Narrow Shape s tad the
stjltsh flowing end3 in every
color and pattern.
$2.00, $2.50, $3.00
Shapes Opera, Itomeo and
Colors Tan, Black and an Al
legator. Fancy . Armbands, Sus
Cuff Links, Tie Pins,
'Tie Clasps '
..n especially go.d Cuff Link
solid gold small diamond genu
ine, at $7.50.
Now Then Regarding
No man can afford to overlook us
when thinking of buying a Suit
Our CMhlng Butlnesa Is conducted on a
Ippltlmate bases. We buy only The high
est class, well tailored, all wool suits
madeby the 'countr'y beat makers.
We give you perianal service, we taka
great ca e In bulng what our trade de
mands and we take great care In giving tho
customer the suit he wants.
We alter them to fit so haggling over the
cost to us to make It right exactly so
and one price all th. time, a fair one now
and no unreasonable rednetinn tn th nhi-
fellow Juit after Xmas. If he gets it for fcarirttt Hr&ah QUnihtS
less you must pay more. o-u 2.'
Any Price Above Twenty Always Worth lis Price
Btabee TemPrature From Miami
Minimum 3C, maximum 52. -Cloudy' Among arrivals last evening werl
and no precipitation. Mr. and Mrs. Kearnes, who come from
Miami for a visit at the heme of Mr ,
To Locate Here
Harry Brown is here from Cour
land and will make tuto city his fu
On Official Business
Parley McRas, deputy sheriff, 'Rill
'eave today for Tucson, to be gone
several days on official business.
and Mrs. John Hughes.
The BUbee Auto company sold yes-
t terday a Studebaker 4, to W. G. Bran-
don of Douglas. iMJr. Brandon re
turned home in his new car last night.
By Auto To Tucson
G C Barclay, purchasing agent for
the Copper Queen, wlth headquarter-'
Robert Hennessey and C. Jarboe jn ouglas, was here yesterday on bus-'
will leave today In the Hennessey car
for Tucson for a few days on business.
They expect to return about Saturday.
Real Estate Transfer
Judge High yesterday sold two lous
adjoining the K. of P. hall, the proi
erty of V. J. Brophy, to Charles Ole
son. The consideration named was
Stole Tamale Can
Ernesto Nupo was arresttd yester
day upon a complaint filed against
him for stealing a tamale can. His
case is set for today at 4 o'clock be
fore Judge High.
In the Courts
Four men were arraigned before
Judge High yesterday, all charged
with breacU of the peace. Each was
fined and upon failure to pay were
ordered put to work on the city
lness connected with his office.
George Medlgovlch will arrive to
night from the University of Illinois,
where he has ben attending. He
will visit relatives until after the holidays.
Herbert Kejghtly. traveling rqpro
sentatlve for the.'El Paso Times, e
turned here last night from Douglas,
where he -wasfor several Uays on
V Tlnrn tn 1r 3n.l Mrs Jo firadv. on
nnnrfi rrlv n. irirl. Tip mother and .
child are doing welt Mr. Grady was have had the Investigation of an Im-'j
down town a short while after the pcrtant case in nana ana io nae ou-t
That great interest is involved in
the $400 piano contest at the Cyclone
store Is shown by-the crowded street
In front every -Wednesday which Is
the voting day.-; ; J
P. W. Heathy Inspector In charge
of the Immigration service at Doug,
las, who returned, to Douglas yester-,
day following a "several days visit on
official business, Is understood to
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The World is Full of
Cheap Clothes, and so long as
there are plenty of men willing to pay real
money for them, the crop will continue to
Look at our Hart Schaffner & Marx suits
and overcoats at $25; if you think $12.50
or $15 is all you can afford, pay the price of
' two suits at one time $25 and get mor
real value than the two cheap suits would
We Have Clothes That Sell From
CopjrfsM HR tckSr& Uarx
How About a
arrival of the little visitor but was so
excited that he could not say just
what the baby weighed.
Archie Laird and Miss Laura Mook
were married yesterday afternoon at
the home of the bride's parents. Judge
Smith officiating. The bride has only
lived here a short while, coming from
tained the Information -which he.
sought. The latter will apply to Inv
migration service matters in Tucson .
and El Paso, where the information'
obtained here is expected to be of,
He would appreciate a new suit on Xmas day just
as much as father or mother and you couldn't spend
your money on a present more wisely or with more
satisfactory results. Our line of boys suits is conr4
plele in every respect, both as to price and sizes for
the little fellows. Russian Blouses and Norfolk Suits
Strenuous Trio " iS
An auto party arrived here yes
terday morning from Douglas, after-
liveu iicio a 9 a womimio 4tln It ua m.ilA In si
South Dakota a few weeks ago. The "."""" "',, . .. . ....Il
vunhAii na r ma nnnv can i
.UliVUCII V. Wt- V VUV fM rf w- I
$3.00 to $7.00
groom has lived in this district a num
ber of years and is emploed a3 elec
trician for the C. & A. They will
make their home In Lowell.
that tho road between here and DoJg
las was in very j bad condition the
iworst they had seen in some time
After a few hours spent here In greet
ing friends they left for their home In
Tombstone. Those constituting th
party were: Jonathan W. Walker and
wife. Judge A. C. I-ockwood, A. W.
The famed J. Sam Houston, was
hero recently as head of tho Houston.
aTew- days Mr T Houston sUtes that) Wentworth anU J. N. Gaines
his carnival has been closed for the
winter and that he is now directing
A tour of the country by musical com
edy company. His show will probablj
to iere In the near future.
WOODMEN'S CIRCLE DANCE
Dance Fair Hall Monday, Dec 22nd
P.rennan's orchestra. Good time as
i sured. Refreshments curved. Ad
mission $1.00. Toadies free.
For The Older Boys
Norfolks, Double and Single
Breasted Suits, some with two
:mirs ot Pants. Let Santa
Claus bring him one for
Christmas, at from
1 A new saloon will be opened oa
the 20th at Lowell by Martin King,
- . . . . .j
of Bisbeo ana unancs imeiman ci A jn,,.,, ot Bisbee Command
Warren. The saloon will be on tbe!nry No 4 viense be present at Reg-
mam street ana win oo Known as iuu
i tf i
f""-" iri ii i mi i ii.tut i n r M a
German Beer Hall. This addition wlil
As chief probation officer in the
trict. There are 30 in Bisbee. 22 in,
Lowell, 1 tn Bakervlllo and 1 in Don
DANCE, TUESDAY, DEC. 23rd
; . Bowlers Coming
ATTENTION KNIGHT'S TEMPLAR r Saturday evenlnc the Douelas bowl-
ers will come to Blabee to play the
first game in the contest for perpetual
cup for tho possession of which tho
two cities contest aach year. Tho
cup is now 'In the possession of the
Doug as Y. M. C. A. The team which
Is coming from Douglas is composed
of A. D. -Brown. W. W. Young. Arthur
Mayci E. C. Piper, B. Baltzley, A. W.
ular Conclave and Election of Off.
cers Thursday. DecTnS. 7:30 P. M.
W. R. HANKS. Recorder.
I Given by tho Pythian Si6ters at K.
of 1 hall. Music by brenan's O
Regular meeting Friday night,
Dec 39, 3 p. m. Initiation.
W D EVANS, E. R.
E M. COX, Secretary
99 "' ffi&
W. J. Ralney was here yesterday
from Douglas calling on his trade. He
states that business is not as good
now as it will bo rafter the hol!das.l
The merchants have already been
supplied for the holidays and are, nctj
placing new orders until after tho
Is:. ' j
Chas, Willard. an extensive fruit SPIRELLA CORSET -
and vegetable grdwer of the Salt Mrs Avlln, C2 Jiggerville. Phono
River valley, is here for a few days 423.
on business. v
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
We, the undersigned, have pur
chased the Pike Saloon ut Lowell
from John Ajo and Elmer Jaukkari
and we will only be responsible for
debts contracted by us. .
(Signed) J.' F. Bel ton, j'
J. C. Fisk.
Wheezing in tne ;ungs iudlcatos
that phlegm is obstructing the air
passages. BALLARD'S HORI
HOUND SYRUP loosens the phlegm j
so that it can bo coughed up and
ejected. Price 25c, SOc and $1.00 per'
bottle. Sold by Bisbee Drug Co. -Adv.
Schwartz Bros., Co.
Gift buying and selections are easy at this store. Wo
have a complete line of up-to-the minute jewelry and
by buying now you have an unbroken stock to pick
. POR HER
Hi?-16,? atcl1''- nia' Droochea. Necklaces. Lavel
Hores. Bar Pins, Neck Charms. LockeU. Collar Pins
abTe for et l 0ther art,cle" "
Ctiff IJnks, Scarff Pins. Fobs, Vest Chains, Coat Chains.
Cigar Cases. Cigarette Cases, Cigar Cutter (l3 gold Md
silver) Pocket Knives, Watches in all the standwd
SSm""! m 6 fc"n0Ut' Howard. n Gold Filled and
Solid Gold, and tho most beautiful line or diamonds la
the southwest to pick from.
See ou display window for other suggeaUons.
Omclal Watch Inspector K. P. & S, W. R. R,
C W. Miller, superintendent of con.
struction for the Barber Asphalt Co.!
of New ork Is hero for a few days.
He Is now superintending a Job in
E! -Centro, Cat While here Mr. Mil
ler will look over the proposed paved
I road between Lowell and Warren and
when the work comes up will prob
ably offer a bid.
Officers here ere notified yester
day mornfng that a Mexican named
Jose Ybarla had shot another -Mexican
at Courtland Tuesday eight.
Ybarla is described as about 25 years
of age, S feet and 8 inches tall,
t weighs about 143 lbs. and wears a
small back moustache. Deputy Shor-
' iff Gannon left yesterday morning for
the valley In hopes of heading Ybar
la oif, as be was supposed to have
j started this way.
W. Dreyfoss and wife, of Tucson,
are' Siere $:r a Xf days Visiting
J. L. GInter and J. ,W. Miller, cf
Safford, arc here for several days en
W. L. Brown, of Courtland, Is hero
for several days on business.
W. H. Vhean, of Morenci, Is a bus
iness ilsltor here. He ia registered!
at the Copper Queen,
THE SAFE PLACE
Heartburn ia a symptom of indt
gesUon. Take a dose of HERBINS
ia such cases. The pain disappears
instunUy. Tho .bowels operate
speedily and you -feel One, vigorous
and cheerful. Price Euc. Sold by
Bisbee Drug Co.1 Adr.
Xmas Gift Box
We have Kodaks from SI to $65
Lowell Drug Co.
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