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BI3BEE DAILY REVIEW. TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 28, 1903.
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! "White Shirt "Waists from 1.25 to 8.50
Madras, India Linen, Irish Linen or Lawn.
A whole table :s today devotsd to a sale of white waists and they are not of T
the indifferent sort either, but are made by makers who are past masters of their
business. These simple colorless fabrics have deservedly come to be the most popular
materials for waists, for the "wonder if it will wash'' expression finds no response
from the color which is the emblem of purity.
And such a display you never saw before even in the Copper Queen Store
tucks, insertions, allover; embroideries and medallions all get fair play in the make
j up of our waists and your ideas are indeed peculiar ifwe cannot please you. You
who have been holdinjr off because the waists you have seen did not please you come
in and see these and their daintiness, -neatness and beauty will prove a silent sales
man whose charm of manner and forcible arguments you surely cannot resist.
Men's Trousers from
1.75 to 7.00 a pair
and really now isn't it the best idea ; ou ever knew ; this one of wearing
different trousers with sack coats or Norfclks and then there are so m.inj
different clothes from, which to thoote from cheviots, cassimf-res, worst
eds, worsted cheviots and serges in numberless patterns checks, narrow
and wide stripes, hair line and horringbone stripes There is even a choite
la the way the pockets are put in Side pockets and top pockets. Of a
course, nearly ever man wants the comfortable side pockets, hence our a; I
eortment in these is larger and mor varied than in the other sort. Ove- I
1,000 pair to choose from and no nun goes away from our trouser dpar'- Af
meat without being satisfied, no master how particular he maj be nor how ex I
tremc his tastes. 1
More SKoe News from tHe Busy Store J
Whatever your tastes may be we can suit you in shoes for the variety of tips, m
lasts and toes in both high and low cuts is as broad as are the assortments in our
other departments. One of the newest shoes for men is a Pat. colt skin lace, kan-
3 garoo top with Good-ear welt and the price 3.50.
A full stock of
Stea la as! look at the
New Stock of
BATH TUBS, SINKS, Etc.
Sheet Iron Work, of ell Kinds
toatratti Taken at Dotiolai
The Zoo Saloon, Brewery.GuJJ0h:23
THE BEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGRRS
Fresh Drangut Beer Alwajs on Hand. Best attention to all
AGUIRRE & CCRELLA.
HUBBARD & HENNESSY
Rolled Steel and Met&lllc Cas
kets. Embalming S. epec'alty
Lady assistant lor ladies and
Telephone No. 15.
Of Course we have WOOD and COAL
Stove and Cord Lengths
MOORE BROS, and WREN
Office at Yards in Lowell and Brewer y Gulch
J. F. Wilson Delegate
Alex O. Brodle Governor
Isaac T. Stoddard Secretary
Edward Kent Chief Justice
Frederick U. Nave ....U. S. Attorney
II. II. McCord U. S. Marshal
Frank L. Doan ....Customs Collectoor
Fen S. Kildreth Register
M. W. Mcore Register
Hugh H. Price Suveyor General
Isaac M. Christy Treasurer
W. F. Nichols Auditor
E. W. Wells Attorney Geneial
N. G. La) ton Supt. Instruction
Thomas Rynnlng ...Arizona Rangers
George Tt. Davl? District Judge
Seth Leavenworth ..District Attorney
A. V. Lewis Sheriff
F. O'Brien Probate Judge
Frank Hare Recorder
M. D. Scrlbner
. .. Tax Collector and Treasurer
Charles Wallace School Supt.
D. J. O'Reilly ." Assessor
George C. C'ark Surveyor
Thomas York Supervisor
William Pritchett Supervisor
J. J. Bowen Supervisor
Steve Roemer Assembijman
J. M. O'Connel Assemblyman
James Howell Assemblyman
M. J. Brown Justice of Peace
C. A. McDonald ....Justice of Peace
R. A. Casad Constable
31. Doyle Constable
J. J. Mulrbead Mayor
Peter Johnson Councilman
J. J. Bowen Councilman
John S. Taylor Councilman
Ed Scott Councilman
C. C. Warner Councilman
A mo? Kindred councilman
W P Miller City Attorney
J. R. Henderson Marshal
W. D. KInsey Clerk
James Krigbaum Street Supt.
Visiting Phoenix. ,to. They are of the opinion that the
Mrs E. C Shaw, a tister of Mrs , Bisbee "rounders" are using a better
W. B. Kelly of Bisbeo has arrlv ed in class of boose.
Phoenix from BiBbee, where she visl o
ted her sister tor a month. Mr. Shaw Get More- Claims,
who is traveling out of San Francisco The McDonald brothers and- John
for a mineral water company, will MetcaJf paid a visit Sunday to the
soon Join bis wife at Phoenix and .McDonald group of claims west of tho
make that city his headquarters Icily. The latter two staked out two
o ' more claims. They found George Stew
After Business. ' art and Frank Oliver doing assessment
D. W. Semple, editor of the Tomb- work on the Brunswick lode. Justice
stone American, is In the city for the McDonalds says that a deal for thirty
purpose of establishing a branch agen- claims in that section may be made
cy. He is also after the elushe sub- in the next few weeks The purchase
scriber. The American recently made price will not be far from $100,000.
a htt by show ing up the hop Joints in o
Tombstone, which were raided by the Band Concert.
omcers latei, and two Chinamen) One of the events, of the season will
caught In the act of hitting the pipe, be the concert by the Copper Queen
t band at the opera house Sunday ev en-
Baseball Practice. ing. The proceeds of the concert will
The baseball boys were out Sunday bo expended In the purchase of new
afternoon for a practice game, all of music which will be used during tho
the boys reporting for duty. Tbey will summer open air concerts Ly the band.
be out again this afternoon and on An excellent program Is promised tD
two days- more this week. An effort all who are present neit Friday even
Is now being made to pull off a game" Ing.
between Bisbee and Htfactiuca' next " 0
Sunday afternoon at Don Luis. Going to Ireland.
o Several friends of Mr and Mrs. Dan
Another Factory. Wel-'a ide-i'J .hea. a iece;i:ioii :il
In the near future another cigar thelr home Sucda evening. They wlli
factory will be started in this city. jeavo tomorrow to MMt in lreld,
The factory will bo located in the aftcr na ears a-.sence Jr03S lhfJr
large brick building on Railroad ave- native land. Those p-Sient were Mr.
nue, owned by Charles Holtz. The and Mr8. c Kennev. Mr. a-i.l Mrs.
, proprietor is a skilled cigar maker and Wm. Fahey, Mr. and Mrs. M K. Cay
has been wun tne ,i iropico compaaj sidyt Mr aad Mr3 Branderson, Steve
for some time. .Bradish, Mr. and Mrs. Uaa Welch,
o 'Mrs. Lamore, Miss Mara'o Rock, MUs
Fixing Uo. Nettle Rock, Miss Mas?!? Vamvro,
William Black had men basy jes- Sam Ford, Thomas Fe'i.o, Mike Han-
terua alternoon installing nis new re- n0D Harry Jennings. Dennis Twomcv.
James Kemcv, K"r- Kemicy Jcstpa
McNeills, Jame3 Mi-Gaunsy, Nick Mc
Cormlck, James Letson, Steve O'Keefe
Dan O'Donnell Dan Donnell) and oth
MARKET PRICES YESTERDAY
In the local report the retail price
is rated on the best quality:
Flour, per 100 lbs 3 40
Sugar, per 100 lbs 6 75
Bacon, per lb 16
Skinned ham, per lb 17
Ham, per lb 16
Dry sale pork, per lb 14
Pink beans, per lb 05
Navy beans, per lb 05
Lima beans, per lb 08
Eggs, Kansas, per doz 35
Lard, pure 3-t! pall, per lb... .16 2 3
Rice, fancy head, per Ifc 12
Rice, ordinary, per n 10
Coffee, Mocha and Java, lb... .40
Coffee, ordinary, per lb 16 2 3
Hay. alfalfa, per ton 13 no
Oats, per 100 lhs 2.10
Barley, per 100 lbs 2.10
Bran, per 100 lbs 185
Potatoes, fane yBurbanks, lb . . .02V4
Onions, fancy Oresons, per lb23
"3i"3s-; is's-3-55'j5-?'2'5v5'l'5-5'5iS-i j-r'S':': z-,y:$'zii 'v-zy'i-'s,
Half Way House...
Choice goods constantly In stock SUNNY BROOK WHISKEY ?
Case good on Jemand. , ICE COLD BEER. 1
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(Special to Review.)
Calumet, Michigan. April'27. Paine,
Webber and company today Issued the
following list of stock- quotations for
mining companies near Bisbee:
Copper Glance 60
Calumet and Arizona 190 00
Calumet and Pittsburg . . ..'... 170.00
Calumet and Bisbee 12 dt)
Calumet and Cochis 17 50
Lake Superior and Pittsburg'. ...130.00
Huachuca Consolidated 2.50
Wolverine and Arizona. - .". ..IS Op
Black Diamond 4 00
frigerator In the saloon that is to be
opened next to the Bisbee drug store
He already has his bar in place and
Is getting the fixtures arranged as
fast as possible
The next term cf court will hear
the ev idence in a divorce case that in
volves two Bisbee couple well known
Tho husband is a miner and" his wife
alleges that he ha3 not supported her
SMALLER NEWS ITEMS
Bruce Perley went to Douglas yes
terday for a short business visit. He
will return today.
Dan O'Neill, the clever ball player,
for several months. The couple have ia " to bo o"1 afte,L a stort
several small children. The papers ,IInesf He, wiu O0n b ehS ISO
in the case will probably be served to
day. -a -
The first steps toward a Fourth of
July celebration will be taken at the
fire house tomorrow evening. Everv
Rev. J. M. McComl) wa3 here Sun-
At Don Lui Wednesday afternoon
tincAo oinrk ur-tlf Tj-k 4rt TZ WiluW inL ri
i WUICa 14V.C T fcW IUU WTSVVfc. - .
maU owned by Tom Wright and car lrom "ougjaa 10 asaiac in tne nea
James McLaughJIn. The distance to 'cation, of the new Presbyterian
be run is 400 yards, and each oner.cllurcl1-
backs his horse to the amount of $300. J- H- t10 and 3re ln the
The iteds have been in preparation "? Mr. LaRue represents-Baker and
for the event for several days, and a "amnton oi am rrananco
good race is expected
Yesterday evenlcs a &mall fire at
No 33, Brewery Gulch, called out the
fire department as well as a large
crowd of people. The ringing of the
fire bell called out the chemical en
gine, which raced to the scene of the
Delegate Wilson, who has been ill
at' Phoenix for ten days, is elowly
recovering and will probably be out
The city campaign is now- on at
Phoenix. The democrats have nomi
nated Emil Ganz for mayor, and the
republicans have placed Walter Ben
nett at the head of their ticlet
The Knights- of Pythias- who went
firp. The flamfvs hart hepn ;xtinmlsh.
ed when the firemen reached the to- Cananea to help install the new
METAL" MARKET REPORT
New York, April ?7
Standard 13 25?
lake. .... , ". ..14 50013 75
Electrolytic ' ... 14.5015.75
Casting . . . ... 14.3015.75
Silver . . . . 53 7-S
Mexican dollars , . 42
E. A. Tovrea
Ben F. Sneed
S. F. William
An air of msJTy Is about all there
Is to some men
Rev. Shields 111.
Rev. Harvey M. Shields was sud
denly taken ill Sunday evening after
the dedication exercises and waa ob-
MtreA tn en to hfa hftm nni summnn
medical attendance. Inquiries mado 'as InternaUonal, wag. in the city over
lodge there, returned to the city Sun
day evening. The were given a ban
quet while away.
Scott White Is in tie city. He may
rturn today to the placer diggings
of Colonel W. C. Greene in Sogora.
George F. Meek, editor of the Doug
Our Monthly Publication
will keep you posted on our
work and methods. Walled
Free to the
of any responsible house. j
E. A. TOVREA & CO.
(Successors to Tovrea & Mossman)
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Cold Air Storage Market. All Meats Refrigerated seven days before cuttlne
We are successfully filling a field of our own creation.
We acknlvwledg: no competitors. Phone 14.
I The average man clings tenanously
jto fcis own opinions bu he expects
i other people Jo change theirs
ask to see their
Sofa Pillow Outfits
almost indispensable to those
doing needle work, and while
there see their Millinery dis-pkij-.
New goods arriving
weekly in this department.
! f WEST RESORT IN THE TERRITORY ;
, MUSICAL ATTRACTIONS NIGHTL I
ITHE BREWERY " "
I Dubacher &. Muheim.
Liquors and Cigars
Brewery Avenue Bisbee, Arlzon
1 Some men would get along much
faster If they didn't waste so much ,
time telling other people what they
would do if they had a chance.
Lend man thine C27S but not thine
SEWING MACHINES, i
CASH REGISTERS &
SAW FILING & KEY fTTTING.
J. C. RAUB
A homely rich girl Is prettier than a
beautiful poor one in the eye3 of
aa 4 ihoet ire mom.
ImjMjrttnt Uctort la y"
drrM. A iowdfor Mt-o-
4ate hit will qocer
ooe whoI ap
brand of stif
and soft hati
in the latett
They don't cort I
and y, but they're '
every bit aj gooa.
at his home lat eight brought out the
pleasing Information that he will be
out again today."
. . r-a
Sol Goldbaum, bartender at the Big
Adobe .saloon at-Naco-when it "wa3
held up come time ago, has eox re
covered his reason, and if working
for a brother In Tucson GoMbaum
Is now entirely over his illness,
brought on by constant worry of the
robberj of the ta'oon at Xaco
Bisbee Is row being flooded with
cheap labor, another lot or foreigno1""!
arriving ln the city yesterday. They
are men who are willing to work for
$2 50 per day, and will bo brought in
to competition with Americans receiv
ing much better wages.
'' Cananea Fiesta
The bis? fiesta, which begins at Can
anea on May Jth and lasts for sev eral
davs will consist of bull fights, horse
racing, steer tvlng, baseball, broncho
'bursting, comedy, fireworks, dancing
girls allegorical parade, double and
1 rlnsle drilling cor.t-sts and other ex
i citing and equally interesting e vents
Outlook is Good.
While B A Packard was in t!e
uty yesterday from his big cartle
ranch on the San Pedro river he sta
ted that the recent rains have had a
grand e!fect oa thesummer feed and
that the Tanges In his section are
'fasti beginning to be covered with
green feed. He predicts one of the best
seasons, the cattle men of Southern
Arizona have had for several jears
Is Too Quiet.
, Justice Brown and Justice McDon
ald are complaining aoout tne lacs ci
business that is now staring them in
tho face. Both of them say that Bis
bee Is now more orderly than it has
been at any time since the first of the
i year. Both spent yeateraay wimoui
anything but civil business to atesd
Sunday, visiting with relatives.
The band bovs are getting, ready
for their concert at the opera house
It was reported yesterday that two
clever Los Angeles boxers are coming
here to challenge the local boys to
combat in the roped arena.
Several Michigan mining men went
to Cananea yesterday tct.Iook at tho
smelters and mines there.
Iiruce Perley has resigned bis posi
tion In the office of the Copper ueen
to accept employment with the Calu
met & Arizona,
Mr. and Mrs. II A. Morrow- have
bought one of J E. Williams' bouses
at 509 School Hill. The will be at
home after. May 1st.
Inhabitants of New Mexico believe
in a future state
Let the COLD DUST twins rto your work."
Use dear watr (hard or soft) "and
nothing else to do your cleaning.
Hard water becomes soft the moment
GOLD DUST touches it and every
thing washed with the solution
becomes clean and bright; onequaled
for brightening windows and mirrors.
THE N. EL FAIRBAKK COMPANY
Ctaace, SnrTotk, Barton. St. Low.