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VOLUME V.
BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, iqoa
NUMBER 223.
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Box 3 cakes 65c
m. KMC JWto fffev
The Best Sorts
of Toilet Soaps
When buying toilet soaps, don't economize too "
much. To do so isn't economy at all; it's almost fool
ish foolish when you stop to think what is apt to
result from the use of cheap soaps.
Uout;h, chapped fckin, smarting sensations, pimples, and other
akin eruitions--nearly nil due to Impure soaps.
The best is the cheapest is never so true as
when applied to soaps.
1 he kinds told of below stand head and shoul
ders above the rest of the worlds of soaps', tach has
become famous because of some particular virtue
and each is absolutely pure.
Colgate's Mountain Violet,
' Sweet Pink.
' Heliotrope,
Pear's Uuscented,
" Scented,
Cuticura.
Packer's Tar,
Woodbury's,
Williams' White Glycerine.
Amole, Plain,
Tar,
" Rose, -
SHAVING SOAPS
Williams', Bar,
Pink,
Colgate's,
Cudoma Soap
Delicate fabric and laces won't stand washing
in the ordinary manner and with the ordinary soap.
Rubbing wears them out and poor soap rots-them.
CUDOMA a-new soap is made just espec
ially for dainty delicate fabrics.
For the asking you can get at the Drug Coun
ter a booklet telling all about CUDUMA soap but
better than any number of booklets is a trial of the
soap itself.
" 3 " 65c
" 3 " 65c
"3 " sec
" 3 " 60c
" 3 " 75c
" 3 " 75c
" 3 75c
" 3 " 35c
" 3 " 25c
" 3 " 25c
" 3 " 40c
Cake 10c .
" 25c
" 10c
Small size,
Large size,
DRUQ COUNTER
3 cakes for 25c
2 cakes for 25c
Admiral Sampson
Retires from Service.
LEADING PURSUITS
Washington, Feb. 8. Bear Admiral Sampson mado famous
through Santiago victory and later through the Sampson-Schley
controversy, retired today after forty-five years active navy ser
vice. Today is his sixty-second birthday. From this time on
he gets a yearly income of $1,781. Admiral Sampson has grad
ually failed for some months and is not expected to live long.
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' "Til iS 1S nO VU illbeas agreeably sur-
. t 1 prised upon examining our
3 Fairy Tale . . Btocof ,
a Qent' Furnishing: Goods
1 Mttbe'traveling man was to find clean sheets on his bed in a
cooKtry .hotel. Everything is clean and brand new. Our
? Holiday Trade was so heavy that we were unable to offer a sac-
rificing tale.of Overstocked Goods and we have been more than g
bray getting in New Novelties and Staples ever since. If you .
'.& a . nam liot nnir of ahoes. cloves. susDenders. workine
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American Girl Weds
Swedish Count.
Pails, Feb. 8, It Is reported here
today that Miss Helena Gorha Wild,
an American resident in Paris Is about
to marry Prince Eugene, of Sweden if
he can gain his fathers consent and
can arrange to resign his succession to
the throno of Bernardotes as his elder
brother Oscar did when he made a
Morganic alliance. Prince Eugene is
a painter.
Big Ship Kreonland Launched.
Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 8. The big
gest ship ever built in America, the
Kroonland, constructed at the Cramp
shipyards for the International Navi
gation Company, and which is to ply
between New York and Southampton,
was successfully launched today.
Though the event was attended with
little ceremony it was witnessed by
thousands of sightseers who thronged
the shipyards.
The principal dimensiops of the big
vessel are, length over all, CW feet,
and from deckline to keelon 42 feet.
The gross tonnage is 12,000, and on a
displacement of 18,000 tons sho will
draw 26 feet of water. Her contract
speed is 17 knots.
In building the Kroonland and her
sister ships, Finland, now on the ways
at Cramps, and the Vanderland and
Zeeland, built abrtad, the Internation
al Navigation Company's officials have
endeavored to get away from the ocean
greyhound idea and to supply vessels
which will cross the Atlantic comfort
ably in about eight days and allow the
Introduction of all sorts of convenien
ces In the make-up of the vessel.
Canlval of Sports.
Boston, Mass., Feb. 8. Some record
performances are promised at the 13th
annual indoor handicap meeting of the
Boston Athletic association to be held
in Mechanics building tonight. The
entry list of the met is the largest
ever seen hereabouts. The big special
event of the meet will be the 40 yard
scratch ev?nt (invitation) in which A.
F. Duffey, of Georgetown University,
who won last year In record time, will
go against F. Scheuber, of Harvard,
W. A. Shick, the crack Andover
printer, and W. D. Eaton, of Am
herst. The team re.ay races are aiso
attracting much attention.
Pennsjl
Glucose Starch
Trust formed.
New York, Feb. 8. A Corporation
was organized for the purpose of merg
ing all the Glucose Starch manufactur
ing interest. The company is incor
porated in New Jersey under the name
of the Corn Production Company, cap
ital eighty million dollars. It is under
stood that Morgan, Rockefeller, Mar
shall Field and Norman Ream are
backers.
'5 shirts, OTceralls, or in ilact anytmng in iHe rurnismng viuuub
I ftne or miner' supplies., come in and see our goods before you
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ie mnM und urto-date. A. Y. SMININCK. main sx. s
'aea-easaga'saas. j?.'iV'wriririinr
Colored Champions Meet.
Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 8. The six
round go between Frank Chllds, of
Chicago, and "Denver Ed" Martin,
which is slated for the arena of the In
dustrial Athletic club tonight, has
aroused lively interest in sporting cir
cles. The two men have been match
ed several times in the past year but
were prevented from coming together
by leital proceedings. They are the
rival claimants of the colored heavy
weight championship, but will hardly
settle it in a six-round bout, particu
larly where no decision is given as In
this city. Reports from their respec
ts e training quarters today indicate
that both are in excellent condition
for the go. Childs is an aggressive
fighter of the hard-hitting type, but
Martin is considered the more clever
of the two and consequently Is expect
ed to win the decision on points.
Copper Queen Hotel Now
Open.
A Magniflcieit Hestelry Unsur
passed In The Terrltery
With Every Equipment
And Excellent
Management.
One of the magnificent acquisitions to
the numerous departments of Blsbee's
commercial life and one of the indls
penslble Institutions that meets the de
mands of a much felt need Is the new
hotel that is past completion and now
open to the public. No city Is com
plete without a first-class up-to-date
hotel and certainly this may be said of
tbe Copper Queen it is at once sug
gestive of the great Industry from
which It takes its name.
The new Copper Queen Hotel Is of
the old Mission style wbien Is entirely
appropriate to the great southwest.
Tho Mission fathers have left monu
ments of their work dotting this en
tire seotlon and anything suggestive of
that great civilizing work certainly
has a Ottlng place.
After a year and a half of unremit
ting work and the expenditure of up
wards of $75,000 the hotel is complete
and practically finished. This Beems
like a big amount laid out for the
building alone but when we think of the
expense of everything when laid down
The manager of this hotel is Charles
Rouzer, who came here last November
and has labored faithfully since then
to get the hotel opened. ""Mr. Rouzer
is eminently competent and has had
broad experience In this particular
line. For twelve years he was the
manager of the Columbia Club at Ind
lanapolls, the most popular club of that
city. The club has a membership of
1200 comprising all the popular and
prominent men of that city. Ex-President
Harrison, Gen. Lew Wallace, Jus.
Whltcomb Riley, and Senator Seve
red ge are some of the Columbia Club.
Mr. Rouzer Is very enthusiastic over
the success of the hotel and says the
only objection Is it Is too small.
Mr. Edward Rouzer, son of Manager
Rouzer, is day clerk and Robert J.
Wilson Is night clerk, both being en
tirely efficient and acquainted with the
business. The first dinner will be
served at the Copper Queen Monday
night.
POST OFFICE ROBBERS.
Make Good Their Escape
at Morenci.
Better feeling In Graham County.
A Railroad Accident.
The Morenci Standard.
South Carolina Y. M. C. A.
Columbia, S. C, Feb. 8. Delegates
and visitors' from all parts of the state
have arrived for the annual convention
of the South Carolina Y. M. C. A.,
which will be In session here during
the next three days. A formal wel
coming meeting has been arranged for
this evening, at which aidresses of
greeting will be delivered on behalf of
the city, the churches and the local
branch of the association. Tomorrow
is to be given over to religious ser
vices when the pulpits of the leading
churches of the city will be occupied
by eminent divines who are among tbe
visitors. Judging by the large num
ber and prominence of the arrivals the
convention will be the most notable in
tbe history of the state organization.
iHnVaHL
C. C. BQU7.KR,
Manager Copper Queen Hotel.
here and the liberal wages paid to
labor in every department it doesn't re
quire much thought to see where the
Morenci, Feb'y. 0.
Special Correspondence.
There have been no definite results
so far from tho investigation of the
postotBce robbery which occurred here
I last Thursday. Deputy Sheriff Gus
i Hobbs and Postoffice Inspector J. I
i Driscol, of Prescott, have been at wcrk
I running down every possible clue, but
so far no arrestB "have been made. The
J registered letter pouches which were
I taken In the robbery were found es
I terday by .the officers in the canyon be
' low town, also a "few postage stamp"
i were picked up in the road. The
1 ' stamps were believed to have been In
cluded in the robbery and the finding
of them points to thefact that the bur
1 glare did not at once leave town after
doing their work. The safe was not a
modern one nor of the time lock var
iety. It was not blown open as report
ed at first:- iTho knob was knocked off
and the door forced by means of a
"Jimmy" which had been taken from
a tool chest belonging to Lyman Dodge
a carpei-ter who is working on the new
IN THE MINES.
Operations in And About
This District.
Noticeable Activity Owing to the
Advance in Copper The "
Big Companies Making
Plans For The
Future.
There is a better .feeling among
mining men, generally, ad the smaller
stock companies this week, than has
been evidenced during the past thirty
da) s, or since the telegraph wires
ticked off the steady decline in copper.
This, condition has been brought about
by the encouraging reports received
from the East and later iu the week
was substantiated by rising market
reports.
The smaller companies, who have
promising prospects, and were depend
ing on the sale of btock for the de
velopment of their property, were sud
denly confronted with a declining cop
per market, and a falling off in the de
mand for copper properties. With the
rise of the market, the investors nat
urally begin to turn their attention to
this field again.
Locally, the topic of conversation
this week, was tbe announcement by
the Copper Queen company of the ulti-
f mate removftlof the smelters from
Blsbee to Douglas. This has beon
hinted at and sur rised fur the past
three-months but tho information, or
fact, was not made public until thU
week. Supt. Walter Douglas was
asked this week by a Review reporter
as to the effect of the removal of the
smelters from Bisbeo to Douglas,
viewed from a business standpoint.
Mr. Douglas very candidly stated the
removal of the smelters from Bisbeo
would not effect the future of Bisbee.
"Tbe places of the smeltermen will be
filled by an increased mining, force
long before the day for the removal of
the smelters arrives," said the Sup
erintendent. This opinion is shared
by the leading business men and the
announcement has caused no flurry In
Bisbee real state. . - .,
monejigoes. (gymnasium building. The officers
We enter the office after passing an ) may jjave jdis more important dis
easy flight of stairs to find It beautiful- coveries than they are giving to the
Memorial of Lincoln.
New York. Feb. 8. Congregational
In tbeseicuurcDCS throughout the country are
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AKE A NOTE OF IT,
We mean our address. It will pay you to remember It
in case you need anything in the way of SHIRTS, UN
DERWEAR, HOSIERY. NBCKWKiR, HATS, ETC.
Our store should appeal to you in particular from
the fact that our stock is new, clean and up-to-date.
We mean to save jou something on every purchase and
WHAT WE SAY WE DO, WE DO DO.
SCHWARTZ BROS.
DUBACHER
BUILDINQ
Brewery
Avcaue
events Harvard will race Pennsjl-iexpectej observe tomorrow as-a me
vanla, Cornell will go against Prince- j raorai to Abraham Lincoln in response
ton, Dartmouth against Columbia, and to an appel issued by the American
Williams against Amherst. Missionary association.
i "Abrnham- Lincoln," says this ap-
NeW Method for Extracting Ore peal, "was born in the mountains of
' the South, where schools and churches
have been established by this associ-
Salem. Ore., Feb. 8 Wm. Long,
who for the past six w,eeks has been
here claims that he has discovered a
new process for extracting gold ores
which is much cheaper than the old
method by producing three times the
amount of gold which is gotten by the
smelter. H's claim Is somewhat simi
lar to that of Profossor Wjnne who re
cently died in Denver.
ation. The Negroes have grown into
a great multitude of more than eight
millions, among whom this association
has planted its institutions and mis
sions. Through its missionaries the
colored people are being trained in
shop, on tbe farm, in the school and
church and home for Christian respon
slbility."
ly finished with California redwood
and attractively panelled. A large
mantle over the fire place is one of the
finest obtainable. Almost all the other
rooms lead off from tbe office. The ladles
parlor to the right occupying a very
sightly position is exceptionally fine
and tastily arranged In mahogany
with rich green silk plush and
satins. The effects of tbe bl-nding is
charming. Beyond the parlor and
leading Into the office is a large and
commodous billard pat lor substantial
ly arranged with tables and chairs and
other eoulnments. Revond this la a
buffet, a barber shop, wash room, bath i wl,nter season
rooms, etc., all thoroughly furnished
and up-to-date. To the left of the of
fice is the large dining hall beautifully
lighted, having a seating capacity of
seventy-eight persons. In the rear of
the dining room are two private din-
public and the fact that Postoffice In
spector Driscoll U still here would en
courage that belief. Tbe loss amounts
to about $1000 In cash and stamps. Mr.
H. S. Van Gorder, store manager for
the Detroit Copper Company Is the
postmaster.
There Is decidedly betterfeelingnow
noticeable among all classes in Gra
ham county, than existed two weeks
ago when tho price of copper was drop
ping from one to two points every day,
and the farmers of the Gila valley were
uneasy because of the dryness of the
Now everybody in the
mining camps have taken a new hold
on conDdence as the price ot copper
steadily advances and the recent rains
and snow itorms have made thefarmer
jubilant over the better prospects of a
Kansas Biennial Law Upheld ,00 pastors t0 Sce PaIcstge
UIIIIIHIH""" MSlilill
The Pioneer Soda Works, f
T. F. flETZ, Proprietor.
B'5BEE.
ARIZONA.
doods delivered to any part of City
flail .orders receive prompt attention.
New York, Feb. fe.The White Star
liner Celtic, which sailed for Europe
today, has among its passengers 100
! clergymen and others from various
Topeka, Kas , Feb. 8. The supreme
court today upheld the biennial elec
tion law -by which five circuit judges
are nominated by the governor and
UKW OinCB Ujr IXaWUB U '"""v"L.rf.fP.n...l..nl. h ...Iv,,.
elected. The legislature passed the'- :,,' ,'pa,nn Th
law for the stated purpose of producing
a number of elections. The judges,
have hitherto beeu elected in off years. '
l
4WREA & MOSSMAN
Teidy,Jr., is Better.
Groton, Mass., Feb. 8.-Teddy Roose
velt, Jr., is better this evening. The
crisis is reached in six days. Ilia
mother is with blm. Tbe president
has not come, but postponed his trip
to Charleston for a few days.
on a pilgrimage to Palestine. The
parly is one of ue largest of its kind
that ever left this city, rivaling In num
bers tbe Catholic pilgrimaites made to
Rome each spring. The tour is under
the direction of Rev. Dr. Edwin S.
Wallace, of Greensburg, Pa.
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Xholce Beef, Pork, Mutton, 'Sausage and
Dressed Poultry.
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OUR MOTTO
will be 'The Beet Always." By merit alone we.
expect to Bbare your patronage. Keepectfolly -licitinB
your trade at the old stand of Overlook's.
betting your
DeNvera to aar Part
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Tetopa
New Mils Passed
"" Washington, Feb. 8. -The House
Dassed a number of "unanimous con-
Tsent" bills today, also a bill frequirlg
foreign steamers to submit to federal
boiler inspection in United States
ports.
tiae Accepts Presidency
New York, Feb? 8. It is rumored
that Lyman T. Gage has decided to ac-
Lcept the presidency of the 'Continental
Trust company of 2;cw York.,
f Schley In Washiniten.
- Washington, Feb. 8. Admiral and
Mrs. Schley arrived this morning.
Indians Meet the President
Washington, Feb. 8. Half a dozen
of the Kiowa tribe of Indians called
at the White House today and were
presented to Roosevelt by Curtis, of
Kansas. Tbe Indians were led by
Chief Washuna dressed In full Indian
costume, from feathers to mocassins
'Washuna told the reporters he was
107 years old.
Skeletons Unearthed ly Graders.
, St. Joseph, Mo , Feb. 8. Graders
unearthed three skeletons In the heart
of tho city today, undoubtedly recently
buried, as hair was growing on tbe
heads. There are no indications of
murder yet.
Metal Reports.
New York, Feb. 8. Copper, 13;
lead, M.00; sliver, S5 1-8.
sufficient supply ot water during the
ing rooms for families or private par -! 8eason when the croP3 wiU need lrri'
ties where thlrty-ix plates may ie Batin
laid. The dining room U one of the' During the past week there has been
most cheerful and attractive to be seen
anywhere. The china and silverware
is all of especial design Laving a mon
ogram of the hotel on every piece. The
glassware in the buffet U composed -of-j which caused
a selectibn of very rare and some of 1 that quarter.
unusual design. Every piece Is cut
glass with the monoxram ( Q. etched
upon it and many design- Lave never
been used in any hotel before. Tbe
silver wine coolers are of uneque design.
The pantry is furnished with all
modern appliances incluilng steam
dishwashing machinery, entirely novel,
water, steam and air wash and dry the
dishes not even a towl is applied.
Here are also coffee urns in which
coffee is made and kept hot by steam
as well as other up-to-dato appliances.
A six foot shaft way leads Into the kltch
en. Tbe kitchen is thirty feet square
and is especially designed. Every
modern appliance for this department
is found here. The entire outfit was
selected by Manager Rouzer from the
Boston Street Range company of Cin
cinnati Much ot the cooking la done
by steam. The pastry room is equip
ped with Burton's improved bake ovens
which look very much like a steam
boiler. This has a capacity far beyond
the needs of the ho'-el.- There are long
refrigerators in plenty besides a large
cold storage plant that Is being placed
in the kitchen where meat, eggs, etc,
may be kept Indefinably.
There are forty-four rooms beautiful
Jy furnished with large brass and iron
bedsteads with large box spring mats.
The rich heavy carpeting and window
drapery all came from Marshal Field
& Co., Chicago. The cost of the fur
nishings throughout cost approximate-
y3S,000.
STABBED
Nicholas fuentes Narrowly Es
capes Death From The
Knife of Jesus Cierras .
At a late hour last night Nicholas
Fuentas, a Mexican, was fonnd about
a mile antUa half up Brewry Gulch
stabbed. The officers were at once
notified and went in search of the one
commiting the crime. Fuentas told
the officers that a gang of wood chop
ers just over the hill were the offend
ers and that one Jesus Clerra was the
one who did the stabbing. Officsr
Doyle brought the gang in and locked
them up,
Dr. Caven was sent for and upon an
examination of the wound stated that
it was not serious and the injured man
would recover.
a dozen or more new cases of smallpox
developed In Morenci and the pest
bouse is crowded. Several cases were
found in the company lodging house
general uneasiness in
All the cases are very
mild and there seems to be no expecta
tion of fatality from the disease. Supt.
Mills and the company physicians are
doing everything possible to check a
further spread of smallpox. A year or
more ago when this disease first ap
peared at Duncan, in this county, and
at Lordsburg, New Mexico, there was
a difference of opinion as to whether
(t was really mallpox or not, but now
the physicians here and at Clifton and
Dr. Lacy, the county physician at Sol-
omonvllle agree that it is smallpox.
" The first issue of the Morenci- Stan
dard will make its appearance on Mon
day next. It will be a 4 column quarto.
The paper, will start wlth.ari unusual
amount of advertising patronage. Tbe
people of Morenci are giving to the
new enterprise a very hearty support
anofa large circulation is assured from
the start. The Standard has a com
plete plant for newspaper and job
printing of all kinds.
A man named Guy Thomas, who
.works in the Arizona Copper, Compa
nles concentrator was run oyer in . one
of the little railroad tunnels here sev
eraldays ago. Hisjoot was so badly
crushed that amputation 'was'necessary
He is getting along nicely now.
SMwstorm In London ,
London, Feb. 8. Snowstorms envel
ope the whole of England in darkness
and prevents navigation at London.
Toe weather is the severest in twenty
years.- at
Robins-Knight.
The many friends of Mr. Joseph Rob
ins will be pleased to learn of the very
happy wedding that took place atTue
son last Tuesday when Mr. Robins mar
ried Miss Bessie Knight of San Fran
ciso. Mr. Robins came to Bisbee about
a year ago and has been in the employ
of the El Paso & Southwestern Rail
way 'since that time. He has made
many friends here who wish him much
happiness in thajuture. The bride is
a delightful youngvjady who carries
the distinction of being a native daugh
ter of the Golden West. She came
from a good home where she was ex
tremely popular. The newly married
couple returned from their wedding
trip Wednesday and are now living
in the new house recently erected by
Johnnie Twomey. The Review joins
many frinds in wishing the couple
much happiness and prosperity. ' "
Cactus Club Dance '
The Cactus Club held iu regular
monthly bop .Friday night with thd
usual good result. There was about
the right number present to -enjoy
themselves upon.tho floor.
The dance was given earlier than
usual this month on account ot the
near approach of Lent, whlchsome
members observe. The music was bet
ter than usual and refreshments were
served throughout the evening.. The
evening dresses worn by the ladies
were especially attractive. . All ex
pressed themselves as having one ot
the most pleasant evenings -of all th
dances.
$300,000 Fire In Illinois. .
Wappella, 111., Feb. 8. Fire starting
in the elevators swept the business
district today and also consumed' resi
dences. Thre is no Sre department.
'Three hundred thousand dollars was
the estimated loss. - -
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