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COOBISE REVIEW rSATUHOAY EVENING. DECEJBER221il00
NEWS OR S
1 THE CITY $
A tino selection of Eoony Toilet arti
cles at H. Sohmiedlng's. n8-tf
Elks day at the Phoenix carnival was
the greatest day of all.
Landmark Chaptor No. 8 Royal Arch
Masons, moota tonight; work, sev onth
I E. G. Ord, the plumber, has finished
tho plumbing In the now chungo room
at the Czar hoist.
H. W. Studloy, shift boss, is conQnod
to his homo with an attack of yellow
jaundice. He suffered a rolapse last
Thursday and is reported very low.
Tom Rogors came from Tombstone
Wednosday whore ho has boon acting
ns one of tho Jurors on tho Page case.
Tho steer tying contest at riioenix
last week was won by Charles Davis,
time 41 seconds. Kd. Cavarias took
.second money in 45 seconds.
Died Dominic Carroto Wednesday
night, of miners1 consumption. The
deceased loaves a family.
Mr. Honsley, stonographor aud type
writer of Los Angeles, is a recont arri
val and has accepted a position in the
Copper Queen store office.
Dr. Carleton, who has been hunting
in Lower California, has transferred
his oporatins to Colorado and has gone
after some flno bear skins.
Waltor Johns, assayer at La Cana
wea, was in town a couple of days the
i past woek. Waltor says that La Cana
nea is the only place to live, and that
before long it will bo the greatest
camp in the southwest.
' Alra.-C. W. Hicka and children ex
pect to loavo for Los Angeles tho 29th
inst. on an extended visit to her
mother. The Review wishes the es
timable lady a pleasant visit and a
C. Harry Carleton, formerly of Clif
ton, was in Bisbee Tuesday, on route
to Nasosari, where he is in the employ
of the company at that place.
Many of her friends will be interest
ed to know that Miss Nellie Grant, for
merly of this city, was married on Sat
urday, December 15, to Mr. John A.
MoKinnon at South River Lake, Nova
William Tangeo, who has recently
accepted a position with the Moote
zuma Copper company, of Nacosari,
had the misfortune to lose a flngor on
his right hand. He was a passongor on
tho cago going up, when just as the
cablo was tightened his flngor was
caught between tho cable and tho cage
and severed from the hand.
The ladios of St. John's Guild are
hard at work preparing for the "Red
Festival" which will be held at tho
opera house on the 11th of January. A
first class entertainmont and genoral
good time is assured. This festival is
given to aid the builiing fund of St.
John's church and deserves liberal
Louit Casa, a Mexican laborer at
Don Luis, was violently assaulted last
Thursday morning by Manuel Tunseca
and Scrlllo Romoro. who used a grap
pling Jiook on their victim. Ca9a was
severely injured Jibout tho head and
his two assailants aro now inmates of
the oitjvbastile yhero thoy will bo
giveua chance to reflect on their mis
deeds for tho next six months.
One thousand copies of the Revikw
wore printed this weoknnd were all dis
tributed, moat of them in Bisbee. Tho
flRVlKW is read with interest and an
advertisement in theso columns will
reach the homo people. The managers
of the Revikw havo not abandoned
the idea of a daily and it is safe to say
tho next dally nowspaper in Bisbeo
will bo issued from tho Review oftlco.
13. Jones, of tho South Western Rail
road, was in Bisbeo Thursday ou bus
iness and reports stool laid for a dis
tance of six miles. Tracklaying has
boon delayed waiting for tho comple
tion of the big bridge Tho headquar
tors of Robinson & Toohey romained
this weok at a point three miles from
Don Luis. Grading, both in Old Mex
ico and in tho diroction of Separ, con
tinues without interruption.
The miners' now change room of tho
Copper Queen company about com
pleted at tho Czar hoist, is another evi
dence of liberality on the part of the
Coppor Queen company toward their
employes. The building will accom
modate about three hundred miners,
and is furnished with ton hot and oold
jhowers and fourteen stationary enam
eled wash stands. Electric lights will
bo UBod at night to accommodato the
night shift, and everything that will
add to the convenience' of tho miners
.will be placed at their disposal.
A. C. Davis, Jr., of Kansas City, Mo.,
is a. now oook-kooper in the company's
Miko Medigovich, of tho Arm of Med
igovioh and Nobile, who is at present
in ahospital in San Francisco, under
going troatmont, is reported to bo im
proving rapidly and is expected homo
Goo. W. Soaverns, who is intorastod
in tho Silver Bill, and Doflanco group
of minos in tho Turquoise district, was
in Bisbeo laft week and left on Satur
day for Now York city. Shortly after
January 1 Mr. Soaverns will return
whon active work will ho commenced
on the minos.
Tho Rev. A. Elliott has beon in town
during tho wook aud will conduct tho
Christmas service of tho Protestant
Episcopal church in Library Hall to
morrow. This will bo tho last of Mr.
Elliot's Visits for some time as tho Rov
B. G. Lee will assume charge of St.
John's Mission at the boginning of tho
John Rafferty, a sou of Erin, was up
boforo his honor, Judge Williams,
Thursday morning, for being violently
drunk, and doing other things unbe-1
coming a gentleman. Rafferty said he
couldn't think how he got into Bisbee.
Starr gave him twenty-five days time
enough to think it up.
Shoriff-olcct Doll Lewis returned
from a trip to Yuma Sunday. Dell
has already taken up hs residpneo in
Tombstono and is ready to assumo his
official duties January 1. That he will
mako a satisfaotory sheriff goes with
Councilman E. S. Ives, of Yuma
county, was a passonger on tho east
bound passenger train at Benson last
Sunday on route east. Mr. Ives has
boon conceded the position of presi
dent of tho council and he will mako a
model prosiding officer.
B. Jonos, who has charge of tho com
missary for Robinson Toohey, con
tractors on tho South western railroad,
mado a flying trip to Globo last woek,
whore ho was called as a witness in a
damage suit against tho G. V. G. & N.
railway. Mr. Jonos was formerly su
perintendent of this lino aud was in
chargo during tho construction of the
'road from Goronimo to Globe.
Tho annual convocation of Landmark
Chaptor No. 6. Royal Arch 'Masonsj
was bold last Tuesday evening in the
Masonic Temple, at which the fol
lowing officers, elective and appoint
ive, were ohosen for the ensuing Ma
sonic year: C. C. Warner, High Priest;
Edward Cain, King; H. M. Woods,
Soribo; Walter Douglas, Treasurer;
Frank J. Graf, Secretary; Rov. H. W.
Studley, Chaplain; V. R. Stiles, Capt.
of tho Host; G. W. Gerry, Principal
Sojourner; D. W. Matthews, Royal
Arch Chaplain; W. K. Cliambors, Mas
ter 3d Voil; J. J. Muirhe ad, Master 2nd
Veil; Jumos Wood, Master 1st Voil;
Richard Ham, Senior Staward; C. W.
Moon, Junior Steward J. L. Brown,
Musical Director, and Eichard Runnlo,
Sontinel. Dr. F. A. Sweet, Grand King,
and Mr. V. R. Stiles, Grand Royal Arch"
Captain of tho Grand Chapter of Ari
zona, wore present, and installed the
newly chosen officers into their re
spective stations. Landmark Chapter
now has a membership of 45 and en
joys a degree of harmony and pros
perity which ensures longth of days
and boniflcent influences to tho Royal
Craft in southeastern Arizona.
L. Boyd, more familiarly known
among his friends as "Liu," arrived
Woduesday evening from Yavapai
county, after an absonce from Bisbeo
of ten years. Mr. Boyd is au old em
ployee of the Copper Queen. These
old Coppor Queen miners will drift
back to Bisbee, and in all thoir travels
thoy don't find a better camp in the
wost. Mr. Boyd has spent a groat part
of his life in prospecting aud tells an
interesting story on n mining superin
tendent up in Moutann. Mr. Boyd got
into town lato one evening with his
pack animal and was told to go up the
side of tho mountain and wait along
side the trail until tho superintendent
came along, and he would probably get
a job. "Lin" took up his station as di
rected, togothor with his pack horse.
In a few minutes the superintendent
oamo in sight and' Boyd halted, him.
Ho carofully scrutinized the outfit and,
in answer to an application for work,
said: "If I was to give you a job you
wouldn't stay two months boforo you
would be off prospocting again."
Yos," answered Lin, "aud if it wasn't
for us prospectors you would't havo
your prosent job." This truth soemod
to strike the superintendent as the
best.thing ho had heard in a long time.
Lin got tho job, remained four months
and waV off on another prospecting
Allie Sowles made a flying trip to
Patronize your homo merchants in
buying holiday goods. Several of our
business houses have beautiful displays.
A post offlce-inspeotor was h,oro last
week and deoidod that tho Bisboe office
should be enlargod and othtr noedod
B. A. Packard is baok from tho Pho
nix carnival whoro ho mixed a great
deal of business with some pleasure
The Phconix papors fail to state
whothor "Pack" was with those two
lawyors who went to see 'Little Egypt.'
Louis B. Srouf e, cashior, loaves today
orto-morro.vfor California on a Christ
mas vacation. Mr. Sroufe has not
beon well for the past weok and wo
hope the trip will put him ou his feet
Twonty eight cars of cattle, two and
throe year olds, were shipped yo3torday
from Don Luis station to Bakersfleld,
Calif., having boon bought by S. E.
Anderson through Georgo Spindle.. A
further shipment will bo mado next
Scott White was in Benson Sunday
to meet W. C. Greono who was expected
from Phoenix. Mr. Greono was de
tained by business matters arid Scott
I returned to Tombstone tho same day.
Joo Whittaker, an old Tombstoner,
was in Bisbeo on Saturday and left tho
first of tho weok for La Cananoa, where
ho will tako tho position of architect
for tho Greene Consolidated Copper
Attention is directed to tho advor
tisement of Diamond Bro 'a in another
column of the Review. Diamond
Bro.'s are a lato acquisition to tho bus
iness circlej of Bisbeo, and odor somo
choice bargains in dry goods, clothing,
gents' furnishings, etc.
Christmas services nnder the auspices
of St, John's Mission Protea;ant Epis
copal Church, will be held in Library
Hall Sunday December 23, Rav. A. El
liot officiating, 11 a. m. Morning Pray
er, Litany and Sermon. 8 p. m. Evening
prayer and sermoa.
James Negri, Jr.. a lad of about 14
years of age, sustainod a bad fracture
of his right arm last Saturday as a re
sult of a fall from a pilo of lumber whero
ho was at play with some other boys.
Tho injury was dressod by Dr. Sweet,
and is at present going ou to a good
Walter and Viotor Zabriskie, sons of
Col. Zabriskie, of Tucson, camo to Bis
bee last Tuesday and may decide to
remain hero. 'Walter is no stranger to
the town, having beon employed here
for somo timo previous to the outbreak
of tho Spanish war.
A tennis club was organized in Bisbeo
this week with a membership of twenty-five.
The courts have been laid out
on the Higgins ground in the rear of
he residence owned by Mr. R.V.Stiles
Two courts have been laid out with
necessary backstops etc. and a small
club houso will be erected on the
ground for tho safe keeping of nets,
rackets, ball1 et;. Applications will be
received by L. F. Hanmer, P. O. box
221. Tho momborship foe is $2 with
monthly dues of twenty-ilve oent3.
Mr. Ralph A Smith, assistant mana
ger of tho Bank of Arizona at Jerome,
arrived in Bisbeo yesterday and is tho
guest of Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Sweet. A
small informal reception was givon Mr
Smith at the doctor's residonco on
Jm lay evoning affording him an op-
frionds, of whom ho has a goodly num
ber in Bisbeo. Ho was for several
years employed in tho Bank of Tonib
stono during the palmy days of that
city's prosperity and it wa during that
timo that ho received the training and
experience that so well fitted him for
tho duties of tho position of trust and
responsibilito which he now holds.
James Nevells was killed last Satur
day by an old adobe wall falling upon
him at Rock Creek canyon about six
miles from tho McKittriok ranch in
the Sulphur Spring valley. He was
employed at tho MoKittrick ranch do
ing some repairing, and started out
about 8 o'clock a. m. on that day to
get somo adobes from an old adobo
wall at tho mouth of Rock Crook can
yon. Tho uoxt morning his loam had
roturnod to tho ranch and Mrs. Parka
took up the soarohj following tho
wagon tracks to Rook Creek canyon,
whoro alio discovered hia romaina un
do? the adobo wall. In placo of pick
ing the adobes off the top of the wall
ho had been digging them out ut the
tho bottom, thereby woakoning tho
foundation of it, causing it to fall, and
he was caught aud crushod to death.
A fatal aocidout happened to a Mexi
can laborer on tho Morouoi Southern
one day last wook, says tho Clifton Era.
Drill holes bad been made for blasting
out the rook in an open cut, aud tho
Moxicau was engaged in pouring pow
der into tho holes. Ono of tho holes
choked up, when tho Mexican, instead
of using a stick which was provided for
that purpose, picked up a drill and
commenced pounding in tho hole. The
result was an explosion, which throw
rook over forty or flftyiinen at woak in
the cut below, two of whom were
slightly injured. The -Mexican, who
watf responsible for the aocldent was
so. badly hurt that ha died en route to
the hospital at Morenci. The wonder
was that more people were not hurt by
Copper Queen Store
Some suggestions and hints for the belated and
bewildered seeker after Christmas Gifts.
But a few hours of buying time left
but time enough, for every de
partment here has merchan
dise a plenty.
HERE FOLLOW HINTS:
A bright new collection of
American out glass Ameri
can is tlie best, you know.
and celery bowls, salts and
peppers, and other pieces in
bright,' glistening cut glass
Single plates, daintily dec
oratod. Unique, and odd sin
Stein, Tobbaco Jars
Ash holders, for the men folk.
In buying silverware, that
marked "Sterling" is most sat
isfactory, for it removes all
doubt aa to quality.
Useful and appropriate gifts
inexpensive," and oach"'With
tho ''Sterling" stamp
Cuticle knives, nail files,
buffers, paper cutters, tongs,
cream jara, curlers, manicure
scissors, tea strainers, scales.
Ebony mi.nicuro sets, neat
ly boxed or singlo pieces,
brushes and combs, military
Crushes, baby brushes, hat
brushes all with sterling sil
Solid Gold Jewelry
Plain band rings or artistic
ally mounted rings for eith
er sex. Gold, silver or enam
eled watches, all standard, re
Scarf pins, an unusually
handsome assortment. These
answer for Milady's1 stiok-pina
aa well aa scarf pins for men.
A good variety to choose from
at Two or Three Dollars, al
though there are some mount
ed with genuine atonea.
SoliuGold Link Cuff but
tona, collar buttons and ahirt
Alwaya appropriate, pretter
than ever this season. Plain
hemstitched, various widths
hems, evory thread linen.
Pure linen, neatly embroid
ered. Sheer Swiss, elaborate
Handkerchiefs with lace in
sertions and lace edges.
Fine cotton, lisle, silk plat
ed, pure silk. Black or col
ored. Drop stitch, crepon ef
fects or embroidered, Polka
dot or vertical striped.
Not utilitarian waists made
of flannel because flannel is
warm, but because Dame
Fashion has decreed flannel
waists to bo "tho thing."
French flannel in all the
light dainty colorB, aa well as
the darke shades. Silk em
broidered, appliqued, trimmed
with gold braid, corded aud
tucked. You can't go wrong
with a gift like this.
Now, vory now. "Every
other woman one meets is
wearing them," writes our
New York buyer. Rostand's
famous play, L'Aiglon, atartod
the vogue. Black satin or
volvot with silver and gold
trimmings compriso the belt.
From tho waist dangles black
satin ribbons with gilt metal
Plain or fancy colored flan
nels, satin piped, quilted lin
ings; or made of plaid black
goods. Cosily comfortable.
More informal than house
coats, m tre comfortable than
ono would b Hove. Once used
indispensable. Imagino a
long, loose, warm covering
from shoulder to feet, fasten
ed at waist with girdle for
lounging, and you'll under
stand the "indispensable."
City stores don't show a
better assortment than you'll
find hero now. Select, exclus
ive as to quality none but
the good kinds being admit
ted to the stock. Prodigal,
almost reckless aa to assort
ment. The proper shapes, the
Especially for gift giving
Silk and satin, embroidered,
gold and silver buckles, indi
Single or double breasted,
gay or sedato in colorings,
silk or worsted effects.
Single or doublo breasted
combined in one vost, aa in
"Ves-Two" makes a double
gift, at about the same coat.
Santa Claus' old standby
when in doubt. As appropri
ate this year as ever, with tho
additional advantage of more
and better kinds to aelect
Slippers for either men or
women in the different leath
ers and shapes.
Worsted and felt slippers
for all sizes and ages.
Any good style of shoe you
want at any price you may be
limited to. At tho price you
pay you get full show-worth.
That wind up, that make a
noise, that amuse, that in
stuct. A host of ingenious
toya for "Young Americans."
With real hair and natural
looking oye3 that open and
closo. Dolls of rubber that
are dolls despite tho hardest,
1 roughest usage the baby will
Jointed dolls, kid body
dolls, rag dolls. Great, large,
life-size dolls, tiny dolls, and
all sized dolls between.
Dolls to dre3S and dolls
A Christmas necessity.
An extra supply to meet the
Christmas demands. Abso
lutely fresh, perfectly pure
its Guuthor's. Wo put it up
for you in half or ono pound
boxes, assorted, or all one
kind as you wish.
Crystalized fruits, neatly
Your Christmas shopping
will bo incomplete without a
visit to our candy counter.
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