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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1908.
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A BALLOON FREE
With every purchase of 50c or over
lifKi lining with store opening today, we will give a balloon
with every purchase of 50c or over.
This applies to all the 15 departments of the Mig Store and
also our Lowell Branch Store. The only restriction is that the
purchase must be made in some "one" department and not from
I'hK'ss the demand exceeds our highest expectations, we
will be alilf tu siii,pl every boy and girl that comes, although
the offer is not restricted to our boy and girl friends only but
an one making the necessary purchase may obtain a balloon
by presenting sales check at the booth Main Floor.
Those who came too late the othei time should be on hand
during the early part of the day
See the Balloons in the Show Windows at Both
our Bisbee and Lowell Stores.
Men's 75c Shirts 45c
Ttisv we shall close out the remainder of the 25 Dozen
Golf HMrta placed on sale yesterday morning. They went lively
yesterday some men purchasing two. three 6r a half dozen at
a time, declaring that the shirts are the biggest shirt bargain
they ever met with.
The range of sies and variety is yet quite complete, but
'f exect to see the entire lot gone before evening.
. Women's 75c Waists 50c
An BXfta pad in the Ready to Wear Section today is a
lot of about S dozen Waists that sell regularly at 75c. for choice
Plain White, check and str:ie effects among the assortment.
S-iecial today and tonislu -...50c
Men's suits to rrder at ten
per cent less
Until farther notice we will make Mes'a Suits to order at 10
per cent less than the regular prices (staple Blues and Blacks
ted). This inducement is made in order to keep our en
tire force of skilled tailors Imsy throughout the season.
Children's Duck Hats at 30c
Odd lines of Children's Duck Hats, White and oolured. are
offered in the Milluery Section today at 30c each values range
up to $1 .0(i each.
Special clearance prices continue on Women's
White Lingerie dresses, Tub Suits, Woo Skirts,
Millinery, Lingerie Wasts, White and Colored
Parasols, Corsets, Muslin Underwear, etc.
IN THE LLANO REGION
Among Them Some of the
Rarest Metals Found Re
cently In Texas.
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN ALL MAIL ORDERS
BISBEE'S BUSIEST, BIGGEST AND BEST STORE.
"Every fnS a Pleasure."
M. & O. E
The Cuban Cigar Co., Denver, Makers.
J. O. KITE, Arizona Representative.
Our meagre vocabulary is inadequate to describe the
merits of this week's shipment of
In the vernacular of the cow-puncher
It has got 'em all shinned
Call for veal from yesterday's Big Shipment of cream
fattened suckling calves
Direct from the alfalfa fields
Those sanitary Cold-Air Storage Rooms of
E. A. Tovrea & Co.
Are Filled with the best of everything in the meat line.
It's our business and pleasure to show you.
YOU NEED US
Because we have what you want.
Step into the Y. M. C. A. building now
and we'll ehow you what we mean.
Our slogan is "1000 members by
Jan. 1st, 1909," and you ought to be
one of them.
(Special to Tin- Rlew.)
SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. July 17
Dtaeovery or rare and. valuable min
erals in the Llano region to the nortn
west of San Antonio has just been
made public in a bulletin by F. L.
Hess issued by the I'nited States Ge
ological survey. The report shows
an Island of pre-Cambrlan rocks In
which is found, especially in a mound
called Hariinger Hill, a number of
the rarest metal minerals. Among
these the report mentions fergusonlte.
gandolinlte, polycnace, yttriliate and
crytolite. Among the minerals found
there are a number of the radio-actlce
which have a great and increasing
The economic value of these min
fials is due to the incandesocence of
their oxides on blng heated. This
p:operty makes them valuable for
use as flowers for gas and electric
lamps. Thoria. beryllia, yttrta and
izlrconia are the most useful minerals
I employed for this purpose. Until the
'discovery of these metals In the
Llano district it was very difficult to
get enough of them to manufacture
mantles for electric glow lamps. The
discovery of the deposit here, the ge
ographical center of Texas, now fur-ni-h.-.-
enough of these metals to
meet the demand.
A large corporation manufacturing
I an electrical lamp has lately acquired
jthis valuable deposit which is so
(large that th" corporation supplies
I its wants by working the mine a few
j months at a time. It Is supposed that
. other rare minerals of a similar char
acter will be found In the mounds
near Fiarringer Hill, but so far they
ben only partially prospected. The
men working these mines have the
jskin of Oei:- faces and arms affected
ca ii vj i ftuuuui u u (.111- i auioa n .-
of the mrifli there. It Is confidently
expected that sooner or Iat r valuable
deposit.- of radium, the most costly of
m ia!s. will be found in the Llano
of the revolution
Furnished Country on the Re
cent Trouble on the Border
(Special to The Review.)
SAN ANTONIO, July 17. Lurid
stories about the revolution in
Mexico have furnished a great deal
of amusement for the peopl" in San
Antonio and the border country. As
a matter of fact this revolutionary
movement has been brewing for three
or four years, one hotbed of it being
in this city where several arrests
haw been made and trials held. The
revolution is. however, confined to a
few discontented people and Is not
regarded seriously by those who are
in a position to know the facts. The
revolutionists proper have naturally
attracted to their standard the ban
dits who more or less always infest
the mountains in northern Mexico
and are ever ready to join in any un
dertaking that promises a chance to
loot: stripped of this lawless "element
the revolution proper is insignificant.
The Mexican government seems thor
oughly aroused to a necessity of
hunting these brigandsvout of their
hiding places, and if any of them
drift across the Rio Grande they are
likely to have a warm reception at
the hands of the United States cav
alry that is waiting there to receive
frets. It is likely that the rest of
the revolution will be a mere gather
ing in of highway robbers who will
be dealt very summary justice when
In England Coming to the
United States to Stump
Country for Ticket.
NEW YORK. July 17 The disap
pointment of the socialist party in the
United States over its failure to se
cure the services of the Countess of
Warwick in the presidential cam
paign has been lessened in no small
degree by the announcement that
Kier Hardie. M. P.. now recognized as
the leader of the radical wing of the
labor group In the British house of
commons is coming over to take the
stump in behalf of the socialist ticket.
Word has just been received by the
New York section of the socialist par
ty that Mr. Hardie will arrive here
Mr. Hardie visited the United States
in 1895 and on that occasion he made
a much more favorable impression on
American workingmen than had John
Burns, who had been a visitor to the
l"n:t,-d States a short time previously.
The reason is not far to seek. Burns
is an aristocrat among working peo
ple, while Hardie is not. Burns
dresses In fine clothing and looks lit
tle like a laborer. Hardie, on the oth
er hand, dresses and acts in much the
same manner as he did when he was
a working miner years ago.
since he was suddenly taken with a
stroke of paralysis at Bowie and re
moved to Phoenix in a dangerous con
dition. He was taken to Los Angeles
in the hope that it might bring im
provement. In possession of all his mental facul
ties. Judge Street lies in bed bodily
helpless, unable to speak, because of
the paralysis of the muscles of his
throat. He is able to move his right
arm at times but this Is the extent
of his physical exertion.
After a life filled with great men
tal and physical exertioruthe condition
of Judge Street is extremely pathetic
to those who have seen him. For
hours at a time he lies in bed and
sobs helplessly over his condition.
Letters from Mrs. Street indicate
that there is no hope of recovery and
that the former chief justice will grad
ually grow weaker until death relieves
him. He suffers no pain, and makes
his few wants known by gestures.
OF FOSTER FILED
He Finds the Territory in Good
Shape Past Year Praise
for the Officials,
RATES IS NOW ON
The annuel report of Public Exam
iner W. C. Foster, for the fiscal year
ending June 30, has been made public.
Generally speaking the report Indi
cates that all of the county gc?rn
ments in the territory an in a flatten
ing condition of regularity and the
records well kept.
The examiner says that as a whole
the county governments have been
well administered. There were many
instances in which attention wn
calb'il to carelessness or indifference
to the letter of the law, but special re
ports to the governor were deemed
necessary in only five instances dur
ing the year.
Continuing the report says: "In
this connection it may be well to
state that no country in Arizona
since the passage of the law creating
the office of public examiner, has suf
fered a loss through the embezzle
ment of its funds by its officials. Dur
ing the first two years of the opera
tion of the law numerous discov ries
were made of county officials using
public fumls for personal srain Eviry
dollar was recovered without suit.
I prosecution or undue publicity. 1 am
plased to state that with the present
system of accounting and the high
character generally of the county offi
cials of Arizona the disposition here
tofore existing to use county funds
for personal gain has been almost
eliminated But few discoveries of
this class were made during the past
year and In each case the amount
involved was trifling."
BILL TB SAVE HEN
Proposed to Hold a Territorial
Congress in Tucson at
an Early Date,
TUCSON, July 17. Within a few
I call will' be issued, signed by
the officers ot the Tucson chamber oi
commerce and the Maricopa County
Commercial club, addressed to th
several boards of trade and chambers
of commerce in Arizona asking these
organizations to send one delegate
u u to a territorial meeting to be
held in Tucson for the purpose of in
augurating a territorial movement for
M curing more equitable freight ratea
for Arizona iiolnts.
This was the result of a meeting of
the committee on transportation ot
tin- chamber of commerce, hel If
the chamber of commerce rooms yes
terday afternoon. Those present at
the meeting were Albert Stelnfield,
Mose Drachman, A. FVanklin. P. H.
Jacobs, A. Heinman and W. B Kelly.
The action taken yesterday by the
committee was the result of several
communication.- which have passed
between the committee in Tucson and
tli.- Maricopa County Commercial
club, and within a week It is ex t
ed that the call will be issued and tl-e
time and place for the meeting fixed.
In general it is the intention to or
ganize a territorial association com
posed of representatives from the rer
an business men's ors.'-.izations all
over the territory and to appoint nl
cers to carry out th- bjects of th"
association the sectrlng of 1 - ;r
f-vight rates in this section. At first
it was the intention to confine the
organization to southe-n Arizona, but
affording to the call whlci -as pub
lished, all towns in fcrtsona bavin a
board of t.'ade or chamber or fe.m
merce will be invited to send a rep
.esentative to the first meeting.
Reviaw Want ids Bring Result-
to make speeches
Judge Taft Scheduled to Stump
Lone Star State During
IN THE ALLEN BLOCK.
Georgia Legislator Would An
nul Wedding When Husband
Is Trapped by Lingerie,
ATLANTA. Ga.. July 17. Woman's
most cherished aids to self-beautifi-cation
are threatened by a bill which
has just been introduced in the state
legislature by George Glenn, repre
sentative for Whitfield "county, who
seeks to throw around man all the
safeguards against the allurements or
His bill, if passed, will prevent the
disillusionment so common after mar
riage when the husband discovers
that half of his wife's hair is a rat.
her form made lovelier by the deft
use of pads and her complexion en
riched by the use of paint and powder.
So long as a woman chooses to re
main single she will, under the Glenn
bill, have a right to use all the alas
to beauty she desirs and to exert her
blandishments upon the more suscep
tible sx at will.
If she wants to get married, howev
er, she must appear as she really is.
For the measure provides that should
a woman entrap a man into marriage
through the use of paints, powder,
cosmetics, artificial teeth, paddings,
drop-stitched hose, high-heeled shoes,
corsets. V-cut waists, lingerie or peek-a-boo
waists the marriage will be de
clared null and void.
The bill was referred by the speak
er to the committee on ways and
means, where it will r?celve careful
consideration. It is understood that
pressure is being brought to bear
ujon the members by their wives to
amend the measure considerably.
(Special to The Rcview.
SAN ANTONIO. Tex., July 17. An
nouncement Iras been made by
Colonel Cecil Lyon, the head of the
Republican party in Texas, that Sec
retary Taft has promised to make a
number of speeches in Texas between
now and election time in the interest
of the Texas Republican ticket. It
Is also generally admitted that "Chas.
W. Ogden of San Antonio, one oi tire
leading attorneys of the state, will
:be the Texas nominee for governor.
There is wid? spread displeasure m
the state towards the Campbell ad
.ninistration and already a Democrat
known as honest Bob Williams the
village blacksmith is contesting witn
Governor Campbell the Democratic
nomonation for re-election. The Re
publicans "believe that this will breed
enough faction to make possible the
election of a strong man nke M".
Tht irift rt the nair of "pants"
made from mohair arranged for Sec
retary Tart nas arousea a nieiy ieei
Ing of interest in that candidate in
Texas, and plans are being made for
a presentation of the "pants" when
he visits San Antonio. At the same
time, N. R. Powell, a cattle raiser of
roMne Tev q will have reariv for
'presentation to the Republican candi
date an enormous cnair mane ui
horns from the long horn cattle that
used to be so common in Texas. This
chair will be ". 1-2 feet tall by about
five feet wid and will certainly be
large enough to hold the big candi
date arrayed in that pair of "pants"
made from a billy goat which are un-
l questionably man's size.
saiu Riuai nnMPANY
SCAFFOLD HAS HISTORY;
KEPT IN READINESS
Cochise County Gallows Inno
cent Looking Timber Pile.
London Capitalist Who Is In
terested on Inspection Trip.
JUDGE STREET IS
AT DEATH'S DOOR
He Was Former Chief Justice
Away back in the brick enclosure
by the side of the court house 'at
Torabtone. one can observe an Inno
cent pile of framed timbers painted
an unsuggestive liver color. The
parts ar shaped with mortise and
tenant and prepared to be adjusted
like Solomon's temple, without the
sound of saw or axe or hammer. An
inoffensive pair of stairs is included
in the collection, up which seven
men have taken their last walk. In
two hours this humbie collection of
pine could be prepared as a deadly
engine to send human beings to eter
nity. The Bisbee five and the Halderman
rrothers stepped from the platform" of
this scaffold to eternity, and it might
behoov the individual who contem
plates robbery and murder to remem
ber that It is In a good state of pres
MINNEAPOLIS TO HAVE
A GREAT BALLOON RACE
With little change for better or
in his condition, but growing
ly weaker, former Chief Justice
Wbter Street lies at death's door In
Los Angeles, the end apparently being
only a matter of time.
For over two months Judge Street
has showed little change either way
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. July IT
Tomorrow, if the weather and other
conditions are favorable Minneapolis
will have its first taste of the new
sor; of balloon racing. For several
weeks preparations have been goinag
forward for a balloon race to start
from the state fair grounds. It Is ro
be a long-distance endurance contest,
international In Its scope.
SILVER KING. July 17 A. W.
Downs of London, England, is here
looking over the properties of the Sin
Rival Milling company. n which he is
interested. Mr. Downs is more than
well pleased with what he has seen
and believes that with a little more
time and labor his company's hold
ings will become one of the biggest
silver and copper producing mines in
W. F. Donald of Phoenix and Atchi
son. Kansas, is looking at the Silv-v
King property in the interests of him
self and his associates. He is going
through the underground workings and
exploring the old Chimney of the Sil
ver King. He claims that it Is one of
the most mystifying ore chutes he has
tsf had the opportunity to explore
and thinks that without a doubt there
is as much if not more ore in the old
mine than was ever taken out.
Harry Rahn. foreman of J. H. Mc
Cabe on the old Cloudburst, has a
force of men at work straightening
out the workings and has discovered
several ore chutes running good val
ues in silver and gold. He has also
had the old Stoneman grade Silver
King road, put In strictly first class
conditifn from the old town of Pinal
to the Silver King mine, a dlstanc of
five and one-half miles. General F.
N. Solawass. who yesterday passed
over the road to the Silver King prop
erties, states that he had no trouble,
whatever, with his machine and found
It far beyond his expectations.
The Gilson properties closed divr.
July 1. and will remain idle until the
new machinery, ordored for the Mc
Gred and Brown group, arrives.
The six-horse teams of the Gibson
group have been put on the road haul
ing oil and ore to and from the Supe
rior properti-s- There are now so
manv freight teams on the roads of
this district that they have the same
appearance as in Lie days of the old
Review Want Ads Bring Results.
New York Central Lines
Boston and Return
Until Sept. 24th inclusive
from St. Louis $33
'BIG FOUR ROUTE"
From Chicago $29-
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Good for return 30 days
Correspondingly low fares to
Canada, Adirondack Mountains
and St. Lawrence River
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THE DAINTY WOMAN'S FRIEND
THE GAS RAIVGE
NO RUST OR DIRT TO SOIL HER DRESS.
NO COAL TO HANDLE OR KINDLING TO LAY.
A TURN OF THE KEY A MATCH, AND THE FIRE IS MADE.
COOK WITH GAS.
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The very best, full kip leather, double soled, sewed
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See these shoes, examine them, no matter if you need
them today or not, and you will agree we sell a $4,00
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