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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW B1SBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1907.
PAGE THREE Cochise County and Bisbee Suburbs DISAGREE ' AGAIN III THE HIE IE C Three More Cases of Pickets Are Yet to Come Up, and Will Be Attended to Next, Justice Court Notes. Review Branch, Telephone 7G, Lowell. July 13. 1907. TUo jury In the C O. White case, after deliberating for eighteen hours, were discharged at noon by Judgo Grler. It Is rumored they stood 9 to 3. Upon being questioned as to which way the majority stood, tney declined to state, but It was learned afterwards that nine were in favor of acquittal. It is not known at present what fur ther action will be taken in this case. There are still three cases against Shields, Cooper and Arndt which will probably be taken up next. Officer Bauer filed a complaint this afternoon against the man Harry Hickman, charging him with burglar izing the change room at the Pittsburg mine on the night of the 10th. Owing to the Inclemency of the weather it has been thought best to postpone the ball game which the business men of Lowell had planned to take place today (Sunday) at the Bakersvllle grounds. This game will positively take place a week from to day, weather permitting. The captains for both teams have their men assign ed to their respective positions, there There's a -World of Values in every article we handle in the line of high grade furnishings for gentlemen, From dress shirts down to socks we offer you the very best qualities at second-grade prices or lower. If your wardrobe is shy on underwear, neckwear, shirts, cuffs, collars, handkerchiefs, suspenders, gloves, etc., you will meet with the satisfaction of your desires herefor a little outlay. MARKS BROS. & BR1TT THE HUB. LOWELL. THE HUB. has been several new positions creat ed for this especial game, the prln have been several new positions creat left third base, in addition there will be two short stops. So come early had avoid the rush. John Bent, a miner, claims to have been asaulted In the Midway saloon in the Johnson addition, last night by one Robert A. Higglns. Bent, in his complaint, states he was drinking in the saloon last night with some friends when Higglns butted in, claiming Bent's money was no good. At this the barkeeper took a hand and a gen eral rough house was Immediately in full working order, with the result that Bent emerged from the fracas with a badly bent nose, having come In contact with Higglns' fist. Mr. Bent, bent all the cross-country rec ords for sprinting by rushing to Judge Grler's courtroom and swearing to a complaint charging Higglns with as sault. The judge set the case for Mon day at 2 p. m., and released Higglns under $25 cash ball. Will Malcom was placed in Jail last evening by Deputy Sheriff Frank Bauer, pending an examination by Judge Grier as to his sanity. It seems he has been acting strangely for some time, and his friends becoming alarm ed, notified the officers, fearing he might become violent and thought it best to have him placed under re straint. He was brought before Judge Grler this forenoon, who. after ques tioning him, decided to have him sent to Tombstone before Probate Judge Goodbody. there to have a thorough examination made as to his sanity. The man seems to be rational enough at times, while at others he has laughing spells which he claims he is unable to stop. Malcom has been a lesldent of Bisbee for several jears, and during that time has worked for Dick Humphrey driving a milk wagon, and has also been employed on his ranch. ( .. The woman. Viola Webster, and Boss Davis, who were arrested and held on suspicion of being implicated in the burglary of the change room at the Pittsburg shaft, were released on balL this morning by Judge Grler. The local officers got busy last night and threw out the dragnet, and as a result the justice court this morning was a very busy place. W. H. Bush was the first up, he was fined $6, which he paid. The next were seven swarthy complexloned gentlemen from the land of manana. and they were fined $6 each, but being without the necessary mazuma were led back to the hoosgow, protesting their innocence. Henry Wilson was the next to an swer to his name. Henry claimed he WIDER GOAD AT THE BEER GARDEN Board of Supervisors Order Suit Against Peter .Hansen and Wife to Obtain Ground for 30-Foot Road, (Special to Review.) TOMBSTONE, July 13. A review of the done by the recent meeting of the Board of Supervisors shows that considerable wa3 accomplished that is of Interest to" the taxpayers, out side of the allowing of the usual quarterly accounts of the various of ficers. A petition was granted to the BIs-bee-Naco Water Company to lay its pipe lines in the county between Naco and Bisbee, with the usual pro visions tnat tbey are to nr up roaas and streets when they are dug up, and to stand all blame for damages that might arise from any one being Injured In falling into any of the ditches that are left open. A petition was received from the various Jail guards In tho county, ask ing that their salaries be Increased from $75 per month to $90.. The matter was laid over to be taken up at the next meeting of the board. A number of leases of school lands were Issued to parties wishing to lease them for gralng purposes. Most of the land leased was in the vicin ity of the Chirlcahuas and in the Sul phur Springs valley. The district attorney was instruct- VjwiwyWtfjtfJJJWjjwwiMJjpwiHwapwagMiW,"!, t . : first national " Bisbee 1 Bailk Umied States Deposleory A General Banking Business Trans acted. An Officer of th Bank AtUnda to All Collections. W. J. Eddleman, President. hC. Newman, Vlce-Frealdaxl ott Whiley, Vlce-Prealdent. J. H. Nolan, Cashier. CAPITAL $50,000.M SURPLUS $15,000.00 OUR GROWTH Deposit, January 12, 103 9M.7M M Deposit, January 12, 10 .... 1W4W M Deposits, January 12, 1907. l2Bfi7X 11 We solicit a share of your business and we will be pleased to save yon ask us concerning oar Savings Department, also ear 3ertlflcaU of Deposit plan upon whlca we pay 4 yr cent inters. was all right as long as he stuck to the beverage that made Milwaukee fa mous, but when he switched to old John Barleycorn he was the real vil lage cut up and began to act quite devilish. Henry was seen descending from the hurricane deck of one of the stages with his shirt tail at half mast and otherwise conducting himself as though some one had put tobasco In his beer. Henry got the regulation $6 fine, which ho paid. George Moran and C. L. Faverstock were the next two to answer to their names, they also got off with $C fines, which were paid. Miss Witherell and Miss Lucy Kin ney accompanied by Jim Kinney left last night for their homes In the valley. ed by the board to commence a con demnation suit against Peter Hansen and wife to condemn a strip of road adjoining the beer garden in Bisbee. It is the purpose of the board to widen the road at this point to a width of 30 feet. The stretch of road is a very dangerous place and at present Is hardly wide enough to per mit two teams to pass. E. E. Ellin wood was employed by the board to assist in the bringing of the suit. The report of the commission ap pointed by the board at Is last meet ing to make some changes in the streets of Warren filed Its report and It was accepted by the board. Supervisor Bowen was granted a leave 4f absence from July 20th to August 20th and District Attorney Shelley was granted a leave of ab sence to date from July 9th to Octo ber 1st. The clerk of the board was Instruct ed to advertise for bids for the con struction of a branch county Jail at Pirtlevllle to cost not more than $1500. The clerk of the board was Instruct ed to write to the various justices of the peace in the county notifying them not to commit any time prison ers to the county Jail when there was a branch county jail in their precinct This move has been made necessary on account of the cbunty jail here "being filled to overflowing at the present time, there being over seven ty now confined in that institution. J. O. Meldlnldo, who ha3 been act ing as court Interpreter in the Bis bee precinct for the past two years, was removed from office and J. J. Huffacker appointed in his stead. The DPT -interpreter will assume hls duties on the 15t hlnstant. His duties will include the Lowell Justice court, and the salary was raised from $100 to $125 per month. .&& w!Wnmeti?s Weax?&&j&t Men s Wear lgggjg $1.75 the Pair For Women's Long Silk Gloves In Grey, Black and White, an unusual value at this low price. JULY CLEARING SALE of - Women s Ready-to-Wear Summer Apparel 50c the Pair For Women's Lace Hose In Grey, Tan, Black and White, worth regularly 75c the pair, full fashioned and seamless. 60 DAYS' DELAY ON H Dl (Special to Tho Review.) PHOENIX, July 13. "The continu ous hlgn water in the Colorado river will result in a sixty days' delay on the work at the Laguna dam," said Engineer L. C. Hill this morning, hav ing just returned from a trip to Cali fornia and the Yuma project. "Strange to say," be continued, "the water at Yuma shows five feet higher than at this time last year, and it has been high ever since May 28. We expect that it will be in October be fore there is sufficient decline in the water to permit of a continuation of the work. "In fact, there are only about 230 or 300 men at work now and these men are engaged in keeping things In shlp-shapo and cleaning up. "Conditions at Laguna can best be understood by stating that some time ago all efforts to pump the water out of the coffer dam were stopped, and at that time the pumps were pumping 10,000 gallons a minute, over 1,000,000 gallons a day. The water in the coffer dam is now at least twenty-five feet deep." Engineer Hill also reports one-third of the dam five feet above the origin al low-water level, or what the en gineers call zero. According to the Information that he gives, if the rise in the river will delay for two weeks the dam will be in a condition where little damage or delay will result. All of the government people ara looking for high water about July 20. They do not explain their reasons for expecting thp water so early, but it is understood that it Is raining in Sonora earlier this year than usual and the Sonora rains are the rains that Phoenix catches in the summer. MONDAY IS AMATEUR NIGHT At the Theatre Royal; be on hand and enjoy the fun. 437 'iSJiXJSJSJSHtJSJSJSSSiSHs&lStS!'- LOWELL s DRUG CO. DRUGS & SUNDRIES 3 $ ICE CREAM AND SODA. ALLEGRETTI'S CANDIES. Prescriptions Accurately Compounded. Newspapers and Periodicals. Si5Si5iitiSirttjvSirt? T HOSE who have waited from choice or necessity can now participate in one of the most far-reaching,, profit destroying sales ever inaugu rated oV this house. All this season's styles no old stock every garment up to date. Every Spring or Summer garment will be disposed of at this sale regardless of cost or value. There are thousands of dollars' worth of high-class merchandise all marked for quick clear ance. Sale begins Monday at 8:00 a. WITH GREAT EXPECTATIONS THEY WILL BE FULLY REALIZED Pretty Washable Eton Suits Specially Priced PROFIT has been disregarded in these Items. The main thing is to sell the goods, sell them quickly and reduce our stock as much as possible. These are hot, trying days. Let us suggest to you the comfort 'of one of these Cool Suits. Note the reductions. $ 7.50 Washable Eton Suits at $, 4.95 $12.50 Washable Eton Suits at. $ 8.65 $15,00 Washabje Eton Suits af $11.25 $17.50 Washable Eton Suits at : -$12.65 Jap Silk Waists Underpriced For the Week WHEN you see Monday's great collection of Jap-Silk Waists, you'll find it hard to believe that such pretty. Dainty Garments brimful of style could be sold at such startl ing nrices. Time now demands that the big overstock should be pounded right down without delay. Prices have been shattered to do it. $6.50 Dainty Jap-Silk Waists at $4.45 $7.50 Dainty Jap-Siik Waists at $5.25 $8.50 Dainty Jap-Silk Waists at $5.85 $9.50 Dainty Jap-Silk Wais.ts at-,. $6.95 Remarkable Bargains in Women's Lingerie Dresses THEY are all this season's goods, up-to-date in every re spect made of the finest quality Batiste, Persian Lawn and Sheer Linens, in White, Pink. Blue, etc., elabor ately trimmed, notable offerings at these prices. $ 7.50 Lingerie Dresses now $5.95 $ 8.50 Lingerie Dresses now $6.45 $ 9.50 Lingerie Dresses now $7.25 $10.00 Lingerie Dresses now $7.85 Unusual Values in Lingerie Waists For the Week WE feel that the backward Spring is responsible for some little delay in the distributing of these beautiful Summer Shirtwaists. We have a few too many In the finer grades. We'll reduce 10 Doze,n for this Week's selling as fol lows: $ 6.00 and $6.50 Lingerie Waists at.$3.95 $ 7.50 and $8.50 Lingerie Waists at$4.95 $ 9.50 and $10.00 Lingerie Waists at$5.85 $11.50 and $12.50 Lingerie Waists at.-S8.45 Clearance Summer Parasols DANINTIEST Summer Parasols. Attend to your wants whUo the etock Is ample, and affords a variety for selecting. We have all the wanted styles and the prices are away down, too. White embroidered and openwork Linen with natural wood handles. Ponge Silk in plain colors with contrasting border. Silk in plain colors with Persian and Fancy borders, and the new effects In Black and White Checks, Stripes and Plaids. Tho season's newest and best styles are all Included, S3.50 Parasols reduced to $2.35 $4.50 Parasols reduced to $2.95 $5.00 Parasols reduced to .$3.75 $6.50 Parasols reduced to $4.25 $7.50 Parasols reduced to $5.85 White Goods Sale-Great Savings in Price THE3E tempting price attractions are for White Goods of the kind wanted "right now." A clearance of Handsome and Choice pahrina Tioaip-rta nmi WpatM are all Jfew this season. Suitable for Shirtwaist Suits, Lingerie Dresses, Waists, etc The time to buy tnese is now. wnen you can use wem to ine oesi. uuvoumsc. (Items below will give an idea of the savings presented. The 25c Dotted Swiss on Sale at 20c 40c Dotted Swiss on Sale at 30c 15c Nainsooks at the yard 10c 25c White Waistings reduced to 18c 35c Mercerized Waistings now 22c 50c White Dress Linen at - 40c 60c White Dress Linen at. - 50c rir 99 raffr.Mjgl U ifl zi tZW slrgSar;Mgl aTOgregi Lace and Net Waists On Sale' THE Waist Department was crowded all of last week, and on all sides we heard expressions of satisfaction and delight over the exceptional bargains. We have Included in this week's sale our entire stock of exquisite Lace and Net Waists at Specially Reduced Prices for the first time this sea son. This should encourage very active selling In the Waist Section. $ 7.50 Lace or Net Waists at $ 5.75 $ 8.50 Lace or Net Waists at $ 6.45 $10,00 Lace-or .Net Waists at $ 7.65 $12.50 Lace or Net Waists at $ 9.95 $18.50 Lace or Net Waists at $13.75 'r.fujfit'tLjfiijft1ii"J'l- :fiiiririirii''i1,i i'iirn ion rinin rr r r f-r r f r r r r"1 r r-r r r r n r r rfc r r fiit- ' Houses and Lots P0R SALE on easy payments. Also new and clean two, three and four room houses for rent In John son Addition. We drive you down and bring you back. J. E. Thompson & Co. Jesse Yoakum, Agent Call at Office of I. W. Wallace. WOODS &TREZISE RETAIL BUTCHERS. Phone Orders Given Prompt Attention. Phone 140. LOWELL. Dr.R.R.Freeman, Dentist LOWELL, ARIZONA. Marks' Building. Office tele phone No. 36.. Residence telephone No. 263. F$.S. Grier JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, REAL ESTATE and RENTALS. Phone Office, Lowell, 30, 1 ring. ncsiaence z rings. THE Pike Saloon HARRIS & LEONARD, Proprietors. Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Phone 319. ARIZONA. LOWELL P. w. WILLSON THE LOWELL PRODUCE MARKET, We are receiving dally fresh shipments of PLUMS PEACHES GRAPES TOMATOES CUCUMBErtS and best Cabbage on the market. Creamery butter and ranch eggs. Phone Lowell 50. 5S5S5555S5S5S;S &', g Busy Bee Restaurant i g ;s 3 Open all day and night. Special attention to Miners' buckets. Meal Tickets $5.00. "The Marks" Rooms and Transients. MRS. F. C. FENDERS0N, Proprietress. - :::: midway saloon :::: Wines Liquors and Cigars. Johnson Bros. Johnson Block. :::i NACO road :::: THE ORIENT SALOON The Up-to-Date Place. The best of stock and service our specialty. SCOTT WHALEY & CO, Props. White House Saloon Lowell, Arizona. First Class Wines, Liquors and Cigars. FREDRICKS& SCHMIDT. Proprietors. ' Strictly First-Class Goods. THE LEGAL TENDER Fitzslmmons &. Jennings, Props. LOWELL. ARIZONA. Private Long Distance Telephone In Connection. THE BANK BAR. WHISKEYS BOTTLED IN BOND. OPPOSITE MINERS & MERCHANTS BANK. LOWELL. GL W. BERK, PROP.