TK BI8BEE DAlLf REVIEW, BIS3EE, ARIZONA. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1905.
See For Yourszlf
Children's sizes; 3 to 11, 12.50.
Misses' sizes, 11 1-2 to 3, $3.0.1.
Youths' sizes, 11 1-2 to 2. $3.00. P
Coys' sizes, 2 1-2 to 5 1-2, $3.25.
Women's A to E, sizes 2 to 8, i
Men's A to EE, sizes 51-2 to
11, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00.
The Elk Shoes
For man, woman and child.
The shoe for style, comfort and
wear. Made of genuine elk hide
Koodyear welt, elk soles; can be
cleaned with soap and water.
These shoes are, we believe, the
most wearable, most practical
and most attractive shoes for j
the masses on the market today, if
These shoe3 arc in a class by i
THE WEDGE Fine Wines uxors Ciars
Yotsr Patronage Solicited
No. 28 Pain Street.
Dreyspring Gibson, Proprietors
Finest Resort in the Territory
MUSICAL ATTRACTIONS NIGHTLY
Standard Furniture Co.
18 Brewery Gulch. Phone 244
Second Hand Goods
17 NEW DESIGNS
A very large assortment of Bedroom suits
at a bargain. All kinds of Second-Hand
goods. "We pay the highest cash price
for second hand goods.
I bianaapo t-u
THE MAN WHO KNOWS
Always travels via the
Golden St ate Limited
' or ,the
Double daily service between San " Francisco. Los Angeles, El
Paso and Kansas City, St. Louis and Chicago, via the
Sou. Pac.-E. P.-N; E. & Rock, Island Systems
to the details of the service, schedules 'and rates via this line by
calling on your nearest ticket agent or addressing
A. N. BROWN, Gen. Pass. Agt, EI Paso, Tex.
OUT BY RAINS
E. P. 5,'jS. W. Loses Bridge Beyond
Fairb:nkand Takes to S. P.'Track.
A. & N, M. Again Loses Clifton
Bridge Phoenix, Globe and Cana
nea Cut Off.
The lallroads have been getting
it heavily in Arizona In the last fen'
days. As matters stood last night, the
E. P. & S. W. is operating between
Falrbank and Benson by the kindness
of the Southern Pacific, the Gila Val
ley & Globe. Northern is operating not
at all, the Arizona & New Mexico is
again shut out of Clifton, with trouble
all along the line between Lordsburg
and Clifton, the Cananea road is shut
down, the Souier Pacific and the
Santa Fe on their main lines are op
erating much behind schedule time.
and the Maricopa-Phbenis line Is out
The E. P. & S. W. trouble occurred
yesterday morning about a mile be
yond Falrbank, the San Pedro, which
is in high flood, carrying out a small
bridge. As a result the train from
Benson, -which snould have arrived
here about 11 o'clock, did not get in
until 4 in the afternoon. The delay
wpp caused by the fact that after mak
ing up to Jthe washout the train had to
run back to Benson and get on the S.
P. line. With the use of this line
other trains of the day -eie put
through with small loss of time. It
was expected last night that the wash
ed out bridge would be back in place
today. It Is probable that other dam
age will result from the flood, how
ever, along the river and therefore
likely that the S. P. track will continue
in use for a couple of days.
The damage on the A. & N. M. is
said to be considerable, and is likely
to close the road for a couple of days.
The bridge at Clifton went out for the
third time in four months. The
Phoenix line troubles are bnt a repe
tition of the washouts that have kept
the road closed almost continuously
during the last two months. The
worst trouble on the G. V. G. & N. is
between Bowie and Fort Thomas. No
bad washouts aie reported on the
Cananea road much soft track being
the cause of annulment of Its trains.
HONORED ROUGH RIDERS
Care of Them.
Douglas March 17. Ben Daniels, su
perintendent of the Territorial Prison,
is in Douglas with Mrs. Daniels, vis
iting his brother-in-law, Charles Thom-
ason, of the custom house. Mr. Dan
iels arrived last night from Washing
ton where he was one of the famous
gaurd of honor of the President dur
ing the Inauguration. He was a mem
ber of the Rough Riders and Is one
of the old timers of the Territory
and has been prominent In Territori
In speaking about the inauguration,
Mr. Daniels is very enthusiastic. He
said that the President kept nis guard
of honor about his carriage ' from
morning to the close of the great
event and that the men dined at the
White House. The President knew
every man in the guard personally.
Tomorrow Mr. Daniels will leave for
OF STREET PAVING
And Other Items of Detail, IsrjCiJy En;
glneer' Before Putting Out Spdcifi
cations for Bids Trade Shrinkage
In the Meantime.
With the renewal of rain and return
of Main street to a sea of mud, clam
or arose on that thoroughfare yester
day about tho plans for paving that
were recently agreed upon by the
property owners and the street com
mittee of the Council.
At the office of CTly Engineer Jor
gensen it was stated that the response
was awaited to a number of letters
sent out before further steps were tak
en by tho .city toward bringing about
the much desired paving. These let
tors were penjClo various cities for
the purpose of ascertaining tho meth
ods followed by each in asphalt pav
ing and the success attendant. The
letters will also bring Information as
to the cost of paving and other items
of detail in connection which the city
engineer desires in hand before draw
ing up specifications under which bids
will be asked fr work here. It is not
probable that these specifications will
be out under a month.
Meantime business men in the
down town district are suffering dis
tinct shrinkage In trade because of the
fact that people are keeping off of the
stroets " except when absolutely com
pelled to travel through the mud. Con
sequently the pedestrian is not the
only individual who has a big and long
kick coming at the situation as it
If You are Perplexed
In reference to the best disposition of the amount of money (smill or large), which
you are purring aside for your family or for your old age, write The Mutual Life'
Insurance Company of New York for information a to the form of policy that will
best suit ypur needs. Here is an example of results :
The late Archibald X. Waterhouie. of rhiladelpfti. who iJitd tud&nto U.t
Friday, held pollde. .mouutlog to f&,oo (a The Mutual. Life Insurance '
Company o' New York. The. forms of insurance under which these polld
were issued were so selected that lAs widow wilt received once n oco In cash
nd ao annual Income of j,ooo for twenty years, and Ifshe Is living at the end
of that period .he will receiveKSo.oooin cash, maklnjthe total amoant received
wdertliese policies iio,coo on which the premiums paid by Mr. Wafethouse
amounted to only txjM.n. (, M, ,, , jr. ,Jt jyy
INSURANCE COMPANY OF
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America RICHARD A. MeCURDY, President Wo
BACON IS A FARMER.
Actor Who Will Appear
SHIRLEY CHRISTY. MANAGER, Phoenix, Arir.
MEXICAN SHOT AT DOUGLAS
Trouble Occurred in a Saloon Man
Douglas, March 17. A shooting af
fray occurred between two Mexicans
in a negro dive in this city last night'
at about 11 o'clock, when Sr, Rodri
guez fell with a bullet through his
lung. The unknown Mexican who
did the shooting escaped. Rodriguez
PHOENIX RAILROADS SUSPEND.
Phooniv, March 17 Cav Crwk
flood waters reached the capital this
morning. Railroad traffic is again
BENSON NEWS NOTES.
(From the Press.)
Mrs. C. P. Moss has returned from
a visit at Tucson.
W. D. Martinez Is 'building a neat
cottage in the Land addition.
M. G. Seeley's mother arrived Fri
day from Yuma on a short visit.
The popular Friday night dances
will be resumed next week.
I Mrs. C. C. Eby of Tucson visited
' Sunday with her many Benson friends.
I Mr. and Mrs. Bowman and Mrs.
Tom Turner drove up to St. David
Sunday for an- outing.
I Mrs. John Dunbar' and little daugh
ter left Tuesday for a visit with Mrs.
Ben Sneed at Hereford.
Mrs. Lamareux returned the first
tof the week to her home in "Bisbee
'after a short visit with her - mother.
J. M. Martinez did not like the looks
of things at Paradise, returned to Ben
son, and Js now atTiis home in Tucson.
Mr. and. Mrs, 'H. K. Street and Mrs.
Longly from .the' Stone House were
registered &l the Banks for a few days
Sam Friedman -was wearing the
broad but proud smile last week be
cause the stork left a ten pound baby
boy at his home Friday lasL
C. S. Stevens, the lumber dealer,
received considerable lumber last
week for his new yard, and he has a
large amount in transit.
Foreman J. B. Grant has a force of
men at work raising the depot, prob
ably for the last time as the struct
ure has lived its day of usefulness.
Miss Jennie Mentor Is at Douglas
"for a several days' visit with friends.
Arthur Walker has returned to the
city from a month's vacation spent on
the coast. He reports that there has
been almost continuous heavy rains
there during the last week.
Few people who witnessed
Frank Bacon's artistic portrayal of
"Amos Hill" in "The Hills of Califor
nia" know that he attained that ru
ral ease on a farm of his own. In
one of the most delightful spots in
Santa Clara Valley, he owns a pretty
orchard home, where during his va
cations he prunes his trees and even
follows the plow as though that was
bis only vocation in life.
In this part of Amos Hill, the sim
ple, honest-hearted old farmer, he
lives the character his natural mag
netism and quaint drollery fit into the
part like a glove.
"The Hills of California" is a rural
classic, ranking with the best plays
of this order; it abounds in natural
comedy situations and purest heart
interest, smiles co-mingled with tears
and a perfect satisfaction, that all
ends well, when the curtain falls.
Mr. Bacon's success in this play
was phenomenal last year and this
year's production exceeds the other in
"The Hills of California" will be
presented at the Bisbee Opera House
on Sunday, March 19.
Champion Liniment for Rheumatism.
Cbas. Drake, a mall carrier at Cha-
pinvllle. Conn, says: "Chamberlain's
Pain Balm Is the champion of all lin
iments. The past year I was troubled
a great deal with rheumatism in my
shoulder. After trying several cures
the storekeeper here recommended
this remedy and it completely cured
me. Tnero is no use of anyone suf
fering from that painful ailment when
this liniment can be obtained for a
small sum. One application gives
prompt relief and its continued use
for a short time will produce a perma
nent cure. For sale by All Dealers in
210. MORE COAL.
ARE ACCEPTED FROM Anrui.
TECTS OF EL PASO TWO I
BUILDINGS CALLED FOR.
Are to Cost $15,000, the Amount Voted
at. Kecent Bond Election Will Be In
Different Parts of the City.
(Special to Review.)
Douglas. Ariz., March 1C The
plans of Prost & Prost, architects, of
El Paso, have been accepted for the
two new school buildings which are
to be erected in this city this spring.
The two buildings- will cost In the
neighborhood of $15,000, which amount
of bonds has already been voted, with
the subsequent 'sale of the bonds to
tho Bank of Douglas. The larger of
the two buildings will bo located on
Fifteenth street, and" will be built after
the mission style. This building will
be used mostly for the intermediate
grades, pupils of the higher grades to
attend as formerly in the main build
ing on Seventh; street.
The third building, which will be
used only for the primary grades, will
be erected in Pirtleville. The latter
building will cost about ?3,000, while
tho former Is to- cost $12,000. The
completion of the building will occur
during the summer months ensuing,
and all will be In readiness for the
use of all three buildings for school
purposes at the beginning of the next
' If yotr desire to go to a home-like
restaurant, go to Mrs. Muirhead's Cas
tle Rock Dining Parlors.
Going to Remodel?
If so, you will do
it with the in
tention of im
pail is to interest
you in our abili
ty to improve
and perfect your
" " We do but one
kind of work the be3t and use
the famous "Siwutodr Ware, every
piece of which is guaranteed by the
manufacturers to be strictly " first
quality. Let's talk it over. We
have samples in our show room.
Bisbee Plumbing Company,
61 R. R. Ave. Bisbee, Ariz.
The Mines Exchange
FINANCIAL AGENTS FQR MINING
WANTED Copper and gold prop
erties in Arizona and Sonora. Mines
which have ore deposits shown by de
velopment work preferred.
Owners, of mining lands are Invited
to send us full details of such proper
ties with prices, boad terms, etc.
P. O. Box 808.
Naquin & Co. for bargains in stoves.
Oysters on half shell at the English
Lunch buckets for miners filled with
special care. Whitehead's Pestauram
Oysters on the nair
shsll at the
Naquln & Co. sell the cheapest.
Naqula & Co. give big
Naquln & Co. are the housekeepers'
Spring wagow, delivery wagons
and all kinds of wagons can be founc
at the Brophy Carriage Repository a
Phone 210 for "WOOD and COAfc.
ALLIGATOR PIPE DREAM.
The new window at the Alhambra
Ice Cream Parlors Is a dream In pipes.
The variety, from the Missouri Meer-
cbaum to the most expensive amber,
Insista en tenerlos
Hay un Motive I
FOR SALE AT
j. A. KARLSON
For clothes that will fit, wear and keep the shape.
They are cut and made right, that's why they are so
pleasing to the wearer. We also do
DYEING, STEAfl and DRY CLEANING
REPAIRING AND PRESSING
LADIES' AND HEN'S GARMENTS
All work guaranteed.
Upstairs Scbmid Shattuck Bldg.
Closing' Out Sale of
WILL LAST BUT A PEW DAYS LONGER
2,000 Rolls of Wall Paper
Selling at 25 per cent below original prices
Builders .Hardware, Ammunition
Table Cutlery, Picture and Room
floulding, General Hardware, &c.
All Going At Cost
BISBEE TRADING CO
Fixtures for Sale
Store for Rent...
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