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THE BISBEE DAILY' REVIEW. BIS BEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 1906.
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EARLY SPRING gALE
. 0F LACES AND
Embroideries
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CHE latest development that is causing wide
spread comment in the Lace market is an
advance of 10 percent to 20 percent in prices of
Nottingham Vals, Calais, French Valenciennes,
Irish and Venise Galloons, etc. etc. And our
Eastern Representatives: (We have them) , in
form us that this increase has come to stay--due
to the law of demahdj-which is causing a
congestion in the lace centers such as St. Gall,
Arbon, Plauen, fiochst, Nottingham, etc. etc.
BUT having placed our orders ahead of the
rush and before the advance, we are in a
position to give you your usual bargainsbut
THURSDAY being a LEGAL HOLIDAY we will
hold this special sale FRIDAY.
Special for Triday
Laces and Embroideries
LACES Lot 1 Consists of Vals, In pretty designs and various
widths, an unusual bargain One you can't afford to miss.
Oinie Dozens Yards 25 cent its
LACES Lots 2, 3 and 4. Included In these lots are Clunles, Tor
chons, Irish and Venise Galloon's and French Valenciennes, In unus
ually pretty designs and various widths. Regular prices are Just
double what we are asking.
Lot 25c Lot 3-I0c Lot 4-15c
ST. GALL EMBROIDERIES Insertlngs and corset cov
er embroideries in a great variety of pretty designs for underwear,
dress trimming In fact any of the Innumerable ways that may
strike the fancy of the individual, all the different widths, too, and
the regular price is Just twice this sale price. These also come In
lots.
Lot MOc, Lot 2112 l-2c, Lot 3-15c
Lot 420c9 Lot 02Sc
Closed all Day today
SAVINGS BANK NEW
BUSINESS VENTURE
Three Local Banks Form
Stock Company Wiln
$100,000
BIsbeo (s to havo a Savings Bank
& Trust company, wun a capitaliza
tion of $100,000. This is the latest an
nouncement In the local business
world, and the stockholders In the
new company will be none other than
the three local banks, the Bank of
BIsbee, Miners & Merchants and the
First National.
With this capitalization, together
with the high .financial standing of the
above-named institutions, the savings
bank which is to be started in iJisoee
will easily be the strongest financial
tnafttntfnn In ArWntift
One of the officials o a-local hank
yesterday. In speaking of the proposed
new enterprise, stated that such a
move had been under consideration by
the three local banks for some time, i
Finally, the Bank of Bisbee made Its
plans known In this respect, when
they discovered that the other two ,
banks were already at work along the
same line. Then it was that the prop-,
osltlon was launched for the three ,
banks to form a stock company, with
a capital of $100,000, and institute a
savings hank, in which all three bank
ing institutions should share equally.
The proposition met with favor with
the directors and papers are being
drawn up this week to this effect.
In this connection it is stated that
the savings bank in all probability will
be located In a fine brick and stone
building which It is the intention of
Mr. Muheim to erect on his property
known as the Dubacher building at
the Intersection of Brewery and Main
streets.
Bisbee has long needed such an in
stitution as a savings bank, where
small Investors can save their money,
and at the same time have it draw an
Interest. It is expected that the sav
ings bank will be a reality during the
next six months.
FIXICO AND WILD CAT JAILED.
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Two Seminole Indians Held for Mur
der In Territory.
Muskogee, I. T., Feb. 21. Deputy
Marshal Cordell brought in two pris
oners, Barney Flxico and Wild Cat,
yesterday, charged with the murder of
Billy Cully, a Seminole Light Horse
man, on the third of this month. A
ight horseman is a mounted Indian
police officer. ,
When Wild Cat was put in Jail here,
one of the:-deputy marshals, Bass
Reeves, recognized him as a man he
had arrested once twenty years ago. J
Reeves arrested hlih on a murder j
cnarge ana was tatting mm to ton
.Smith for trial. When they reached
the Arkansas river. Wild Cat made his
escape. He had nbt been seen or
heard of since, and the officer sup
posed he was dead until he turned
up at the Jail here today. Wild Cat
and Fixlco'are both Seminole Indians.
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PERSONAL NOTES.
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YEOMEN GIVE DANCE.
The Yeomen Lodge of America will
give a masquerade dance at Pythian
Castle Friday night. An admission of
fifty cents each will be charged, tbjs
Including supper. A prizo will be
given for the most comic makeup, and
the most original costume. A good
time generally is anticipated.
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crfANK WOULD BE BRIDEGROOM.
PROBATA NOTICE.
In the Probate Court of Cochise Coun
ty, Territory of Arizona.
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Dated February 15th, 190C.
J. E. JAMES,
Clerk of Probate Court.
First Publication February 17, 190G.
In, the matter of the
-Estate of ) Notice
Edward Grenfell, deceased.)
Pursuant to an order of the Pro
bate Court of Cochise County, Terri
tory of Arizona, dated February 15th,
1906, notice is hereby given of the
hearing ol the petition of L. C. Shat
tuck, administrator of the estate, of
Edward Grenfell, deceased, praying
tor an order authorizing him as such
administrator to enter into a contract
.with, the Saginaw Development Com
pany, granting to said company an
extension of the time for final pay
' xnent of the purchase price of the in
terest of said estate In and to the fol
lowing described mines and mining
claims, situated in the Warren Mining
Efcjtrfct, CcfchJsJ; County, Territory
f Arizona, now "held by said Saginaw
Development Company under a con
tract for the optional sale of said in
terest to Watts S. Humprhey, which
said option has been assigned by said
Humphrey to the said Saginaw Devel
bpment Company j jthe location no
tices of which are recorded In the of
fice of the County Recorder of said
Cochise County, in the Books of Rec
ords of Mines, as follows, to-wit:
World's Fair, recorded In Book 12
at page 600.
Logan, recorded in Book 12 at .page
616.
Shattuck, recorded In Book 12 at
page 616.
Leland Stanford, recorded In Book
12 at page 615.
Senator, recorded In Book 13 at
page 2.
Paymaster, recorded in Book 13 at
page '7.
Congress, recorded In Book 13 at
page 3.
Cherokee, recorded In Book 13 at
page 3.
- Calumet, recorded In Book 13 at
page 10.
Grenfell, recorded In Book 13 at
page 211.
Keating, recorded In Book 13v at
page 235.
Shattuck No. 2, recorded In Book
27 at page 478
The time of payment and the terms
more fully set forth In the form of
and conditions of said contract being
contract attached to said petition, to
.which reference Is hereby made for
the particulars thereof, and Wednes
day, the 28th day of February, 1906,
at 10 o clock a. X., at the court room
of said court, has been set as the time
and place for the. hearing of said pe
tition, and all persons Interested in
Bald ctetato are hereby notified to
appear, at that time and place, then
and there to show cause, if any they
have, why an order should not be
granted to said administrator author
izing him to, grant such extension "of
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
ON ISSUANCE OF BONDS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That
in accordance with the Organic Law
of the Territory or Arizona, and the
Revised Statutes of Arizona pertain
ing to elections and pursuant to a res
olution of the Common Council of the
City of Bisbee passed and adopted at
a meeting of the said Council held on
the 14th day of February, 1906, by
which resolution it was decided to
call a special election, at which elec
tion should be submitted to the quali
fied electors and owners of real and
personal property subject to taxation
in said city, the question whether or
not said city should Issue bonds for
the construction of a sewerage system
in the said City of BIshpR n snorini
election will be held in the said City
Of Bisbee On the 20th day of Mnrrh.
1906, between the hours of 8 o'clock
m the morning and 6 o'clock in the
evening of said day, at which election
Will be Submitted in tho nngllflnJ
electors and owners of real or person
al property subject to taxation In the
said City of Bisbee, the question
whether or not the said City of Bisbee
shall Issue bonds In the sum of Eighty
Thousand Dollars for the construction
of a sewerage system In the said city,
said bonds not bear a rate of inter
est (exceeding six per centum per
annum payable semi-annually, and
said bonds to run twenty-five years
and be payable as follows, to-wlt:
During the first five years of the
time which they are to run onlV th
interest shall be due thereon, and
at the end of each year therpfter
besides the Interest, there shall be
due and payable on said bonds the
sum of Four Thousand Dollars nntil
the said bonds shall havn hr-pn nalri
Notice is further given that said elec
tion Will be held In thn fnlln-nrlno
places In the Frst Ward, at the Fire
House: in tha Siwmil Wnrrt In ho
building in the rear of Fire House
formerly occupied by J. E. Thompson;
in the Third Ward, in the Johnson
tflOCK.
Said snecial election will h con.
ducted in all respects as a regular
election la said city, excepting only.
tnat me rorm or the ballot to be "im
nished electors shall be as follows:
Shall the bonds for the mnctrnrMnn
of a sererage' system be issued? Yes.
anaii tne bonds for the construction
of a sewerage system be Issued? .No.
Dated and done at the office of the
Mavor and fVitnmnn Csmnfli nt tho
City of Bisbee this 16ih, day of Feb
ruary, 1306.
a W. HICKS.
City Clerk.
r Grand Washington's birthday ball
at the upera House tonight.
Police Arrest One Who Insists
Should Be Honored Man.
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Washington, Feb. 21. The White
House wedding was not devoid bf
crank features. Every occasion of
importance is reflected at the Presi
dent's home by the appearance of
some demented individual. The wed
ding has produced a new Prince of
Denmark. His name Is not Hamlet
it Is Peter Carlson. "I am to marry
Miss Roosevelt this morning," he an
nounced to a policeman on guard, "and
the match was arranged by my royal
mother. Her Highness the Queen of
Denmark. I am Longworth's brother,
and this proposed marriage is all a
mistake."
Carlson was arrayed for the nup
tials. He wore an opera hat, some
what the worse for wear; a soiled
white vest and a pair of dove-colored
trousers that were travel-stained. He
insisted that he met Miss Roosevelt
upon an army transport at New
York and that their engagement fol
lowed. He predicted serious interna'
tional complications and warned the
United States that Denmark was not
to be trifled with. He has been com
mitted to the asylum for the insane.
TEXAS CHOOSES AFFIRMATIVE.
Columbia, Mo., Feb. 21. la the de
bating contest between the University
of Texas and the University of Mis
souri, Texas has chosen the affirma
tive of the question submitted by
Missouri for the interstate debate.
This gives to Missouri the negative
In this year's debate, both with Kan
sas and Texas.
SILK
Mrs. E.- T. pillette left yesterday for
Alubug.uero.ue, - where she will spend
several days visiting friends and rela
tives. Dr. C L. Edmundson left yesterday
for a few days' visit with friends In
Tucson.
W. P. Stiles arrived here yesterday
from El Paso and will spend several
days here for the E. P. & S. W. rail
road. Mrs. John Smith and daughter,
Mary, will leave for their home in Los
Angeles Saturday after spending a
few days here with friends and rela
tives.
City Marshal Snodgrass left yester
day for a few days in Tucson.
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Washington's Birthday The school
children at the schools In Lowell, Don
Luis, South Bisbee and at the Central
High School will today hold the regu
lar celebration of Washington s birth
day. Very appropriate exercises have
been arranged, and the school children
will give a part of the day from their
studies to these exercises.
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Main Street Fight Officer Wllmuth
yesterday arrested M. Ryan and Chris.
Sarensen for fighting on Main street.
The two men quarreled in a saloon
To settle the difficulty they agreed to
go out into the street and settle it
with hard kpuckfes. Offirer Wll
muth appeared on the scene in time to
land both In fall.
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Death Reported Charles L. Ford
died yesterday at noon at his home on
Castle Hill of spinal mcnegitis. He
has been sick for several weeks. He
is a miner and has been employed at
the Holbrook shaft during the two
years he has been living .in Bisbee.
The funeral arrangement has not been
made, but interment will be at the
Evergreen Cemetery.
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Yourself
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Injustice
When you take your' prescriptions to
any other Drag Store to be filled.
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If you have any doubt that we do the largest pre
scription business In Bisbee, step Into our store and we
WILL PROVE TO YOUR ENTIRE SATISFACTION that
this Drug Store fills more prescriptions than any other
Drug Store in Bisbee. Hence, Good, Pure, Fresh Drugs
dispensed by competent men.
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Rinehart's Drug Store
On the Corner opp. the Depot.
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Phone J04.
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Re'igious Workers Gone Major
Morton, Adjutant Plumstead, Capt. and
Liuetenant Ebert left yesterday for
Douglas after holding two meetings at
the library here. They stated the
meetings were quite successful.
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Died of Asthma J. J. Brazil, a re
spected citizen of this community,
died yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Mr. Brazil has been a sufferer for four
months from asthma. The funeral
will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the residence on Clawson Hill,
Rev. Burcham officiating.
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Coming With the Review Mr
Forbes, of El Paso, arrived In Bisbee
last evening, and has" accepted a posi
tion with the Review as advertising
manager. Before coming to Bisbee
Mr. Forbes was advertising man on
the Herald, and later had charge of the
advertising for the E. B. Welch Co.
in El Paso. Mr. Forbes is rated as
one of the best advertising men in the
Southwest today, and the Revlewis
pleased to announce that this paper
has secured his services.
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Under Difficulties The Review Is
engaged this week in moving its me
chanical plant and occupying the third
story of Its new building. Before the
first of April, the Review will be en
larged to a seven column paper, and
orders have been placed for a fast
double-feed Hoe press and another lln
otypo machine.
NAQUIN & CO,
Ostermoor Mattresses
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COAL OIL,
Was a surprise to the men who lived by candle light,
and the man who was used to coal oil smoke and
smell side-stepped a little when they wanted him to put
- in gas. All of these are now
Hopelessly Behind the Times
We would like to explain t yon the many advantages
and points, of superiority of
ELECTRIC LIGHTS
Over others
Bisbee Improvement Company
Copper Queen Hotel Building.
Phone 197,
Buy direct from the factory. Pay
less and wear the best. Sold direct
to the consumer. Mail orders prompts
ly filled.
Send for samples.
LOS ANGELES SILK WORKS, 511
S. Broadway Lof Angeles Cat
Remeber, Raatz & Sasse. the noted
candy men.
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Grand Washington's birthday ball
at the Opera House tonight
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When down town, come and see my
choice meats. Moshier's Market, Up
per Main streeL
Grand Washington's birthday ball
at the Opera House tonighL
AFRAID OF STRONG MEDICINES.
Many people suffer for years from
rheumatic pains, and prefer to do so
rather than take the strong medicines
usually given for rheumatism, not
knowing that quick relief, from pain
may be-had 'simply by applying Cham
berlain's Pain Balm and withoHt tak
ing any medicineJnternally. For sale
by all-dealer In patent medicines
LOST A. small, redback memoran
dum book, well filled with notations.
'"JlndePwIll confer a great favor by
returning same- 'to. X. R: Allen or
this" office. ' .i .u.
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE.
In the Probate Court of Cochise
County, Territory of Arizona.
In the matter of the Estate. of Clyde
T. Scott, deceased:
Upon reading and filing of the peti
tion of Emil Marks, administrator of
the Estate of Clyde T. Scott, deceas
ed, praying that the administrator be
authorized, empowered and direct
ed to mortgage the real estate
belonging to said estate, which
is described a3 follows, to-vrft: j
Three lots situated on Main street'
via Lowell between the property
of the Bisbee Lumber Company and
the Bonanza Circle Hotel, together
with the uncompleted two-story brick
building thereon situated; said property-
being, in Cochise County. Terri
tory of Arizona.
It Is ordered that ill persons Inter
ested In said estate appear before the
above entitled court on Monday, the
19th day of March, 1906, at the hours
of 10 o'clock a. m., at the court room of
said court, then and there to show
cause, If any they have, why
said real estate and the whole
thereof, should not bo" mortgag
ed for the purpose of securing
the sum of five thousand ($5,000) dol
lars, for the purpose of completing
the above described- building, as Is
core fully set forth In said petition,
reference to'which is herein made for
further particulars.
Dated this 16th day of February,
1906. '
FRANK V7. GOODBODY,
- . -- . Probata Judge.
1st Pub. Feb. IT,' im- "...
Our Second Hid Gloves
FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW WE OFFER
LADIES' KID GLOVES
In Dressed and Undressed, all leading shades, 2
clasps, self stitched and fancy at
95c
PER PAIR
EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED
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The Peoples' Cash Store
Muheim Block
Next Door to' P. O.
Phone 238
COCHISE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.,
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