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THE BISBEt DAILY REVIEW, B'SBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1909
I T 3f )
THAT STAY NEW
Correct in every detail
We have secured the agency for the famous CRAVE
NETTE HATS and Have received them In all the NEW
SHAPES and COLORS. ' S3.50 EACH
SEE THEM IN THE-WINDOW
- Also AD the New -
FLAT BRIM DERBYS IN THE ROELOFS, $4.00 EACH
- As Vell As Several New Shapes in ROELOFS and
STETSON Soft Hats
We are showing in our window about 1S odd Suits at
S5.00 each. 'A good Suit for knockabout wear if you
can get a fit. See them at
The safe place. - On Main St.
A POOR FARM
OF DEALS 1
Organized Charity Committee
Says Many Cases Will Re
quire Permanent Help
" Committee Appointed
At tho last meeting of the charity
coininlttc-c of the Blbbeo Hoard of
Trado a committee was appointed to
Investigate tho method wuicii ruuuIu
bo used In securing for the county a
eountv oor house. Too ar "T-
Former Bisbeeite Back Among
Friends After Making Sec
ond Fortune in Lumber
Once Mine Owner
11. T. Graham, tho man. who fbusm
eo long and so valiantly for tho pos
session of El Tlgro mine, and !
reputed to bo twice a ml.l onalrv,
In Hlsbeo looking over Ci s old haunts
and enjoying the friendships ho made
SUDDEN, SEVERE ATTACKS
AEE OP FREQUENT OCCURRENCE.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a
Certain Cure Has Never
Been Known to Fail.
'ent, and pioneer das were interest-
45TH ANNIERSARY corner stone In this fraternal order. t
" " - j was first organised at Washington, D.
... .. 1.-1-1... r m c- acd Js t"11! American. Dartog. a
Tie Pythian Knights of IMs miry ess la mUMlftl
celebrated the forty-fifth annttersao j ycar 50.(h0 Knights toog part. The
of their order in true knlgbtl style order has crown until It Ik now near
last" oveoiog. The local members were tho 1,000.000 mark. The insurant
not bohh,d when the lm.rol.ed around tft-,e0ordcrf
for the occasion. They are yaetiy prond ,IrM1ian.s orchmm furnirtid the
of -their fra&eraal order, waich ranks, emsje for the ccasion, aad .those 01
among th 8rst of the land. PythUa Urpslcbortan turn tripped the light
castle presented a atmsuaUy briUtain ""l ' w "' ,rJ-,...i-u,i.,uiJ
tbi. M.i A deaclow supper ai served during
which were !a evidence everywhere. v '
Invitations were extended only
th knlK matin, who responded la
goedly numbers. Appprosimately two
boadrad member were resent, m OOURTLAND, Arit. Kes J u.
iatoresttBg bet briff prcsraBi was ent tie caw of J. O. Sharkey aab.
of the diversions of lb evening. Tie 'JainesHerrcn, two charges, before
opeetos adttres by A. H. Parses, re- Justice Qabell .today, both were H-
eeatly cf Lee Angela, was we'l worth missed ok a demurrer offered by a.
bfarioK- Mr. Parson spoke interest- torney pt:imore Korthe defease.
"Irgly of the orter and made a faror- Joe Pascom, arrested for assautUub
aWe Impression on. his hearers. Mrs. Thomas Wi'llams. had a hcariac '
J. J. Urrmon farcred the meMwh fere Justice Cabell today, and In de
wHh several -onitu. Mtss Ktlc Adidas fault of $3000 ba 1 was taken to Tsmb-
recHed and was repeated'y encored. A stone by Constable I'rlght Asssln
cordial, happy spirit prvaUed dsrliis. District Attorney Klannlgan. cva
the evening, and the Krlghts and their dactcr of the case for the terriio.
ladiee were eDtrrtamcd charmlnsjly. ant Attornry CK'lmo-e ppear for
Th Il'rbee Indgp Wi crKanlzrd In tho defense. Wil'lans was knocked
May, 18Q, with twfy-snn chart rr aown wttH a Eton and almost killed
messbera, many of whom were pres- by tte defendant
RESTAURANT FOR LADIES
liapa few counties in tho United &ero in early days. Graham Is a
BUKKMJ uuiit- leuuw, raiutT unuer Uio
averago height, ctcn and c.reful in
his speech. In conversation he Bhows
lilmsclt to bo a man Of educat on, with
a mind able to sec Into the (uturo turn
a straight line termed by h 8 lips,
which shows he has tho pertinacity
to carry out plans mado because ot
nhat he has seen. Mr. Graham will
remain hero only a short t me, return
ing to Chicago, his present headquar-
Srates as largo as Cochlso which has
no poor houso, but there are few
counties In which there has been
Slnco tho organization into a sin
Bio body of tho different charities
6f tho city, however. It has developed
that there aro quite a few cases
which are not only In need of Imme
diate aid, but have no rrospect what-
oer of being In better position in the
future. Families nnablo to
111 1. An 9 . jn S-t "
charity of tho community, it is main
tained. They cannot bo allowed to
suffer, and jot tho scope of the work
planned by the charity J mmltteo
did not contemplate carrying, a largo
list of Y.hat will practically be pen
sioners. Messrs. Coleman and Sains
bury were annotated a committee to
ascertain what steps wore nessary
to secure a poor farm.
At tho meeting which was held
Thursday night at tho Y M. C A
the following were- present: J. E:
Fry. K. D. Kaley. W. ELicer, J. E.
Kanarr, N. G. Solnsburj'. FrHl Coler
man, C. W. Allen, C P Iluchner. G.
1C Ileynold3, Ulgs'oman, Headburg.
Several cases which different mem
bers ot the organization had been
appointed to look Into, were reported
on. In some cases relief was, granted,
in others further Investigation was
ordered. Initiatory steps were tak
en toward securing some ono (6 take
charge permanently o ftho work of
the secretary of tho organization.
Tho committee is getting its work
An Exhorter Who Obtained
Goods on Forged Order
Fined By Justice
An unnanal feature of a case v.hlcii
came up In Juit'oe High's court yes
terday was the fact that the defend
ant announrrd to the court that be
was a "polished man." After the jus
tice had "polished" him off with a
fine of $26, some of the spectators
had more faith in Ills opiH'cu.
Arthur Wllmott 1- the n of
iBdivfaual la fi&estlon. When -net
working in the mine be beats the
smi-8 drum and joins la tbe hallelu
jah chorus of the Salvation Army,
lie Is also said t ? sc cf t!e roost
earnest uthorters in tho raEKS.
-HIKlln mtar evidently f dntv.i
proliably taking a rest from too rauc-1
overtime work at the time be got
Into trouble. At any rate he fo-(;r!
the'nanrc of dne Bd Alrery to aa or
der for eertala uercaaifdlfe cf which
be deemed himself la need and which
the Cqbfier Qoeea store bad la aimn
daoey. There were lerfcns objee
ttawc to this method ef filling his
wants from several qwarters, and he
He deemed a trial sit the hands
He demanded a tral at the bands
of the court, got one, was touad
gailty, flnd $S. paid it, and hit for
e Fdilw.'iiS. Cfe 0
7W vvT &
OTTO 06I8ENHOFER 8 EVERYTHING THE
rrcpricier. y .. . nt, . m - r
Brewery Bldo, Brewery Ave. fi rtKnt ArrUnUC
Somen's ioggery Co.
Come in and look
them .over r
BASKET BALL TEAM
IS flOl SOiILESS
Locker in Which Gin! Suits
Were Kept Broker Open
anu his children are In a Callmrnla
school. Asked last night by a Review
man as to his Intentions for the fu
ture, ho stated that ho would finally
locato In Southern California, and
that ho and asaccates were at prvt.
ent buying up large tracts of farm
land in the Golden State.
He was very philosophical over a is
loss of El Tlgre mine, worth nu
Tcm $0,000,000 to $7,000,000, nnd
srated that had sot events turned out
as Cicy had and ho hal retained hl
nterest in tsc mine no would imtv
been wcrth less, today that he Is a3 a
result of having. lest it the famous
awsuit, wiietoln he sunk his fortuiu,
and left the country $200,000 In debt.
"When tho supreme court had de
cided against me In 1906,00 said In
Graham in responso to a request to
tell cf the events leading up to
his acnu'stlon of largo timber tracts
in British Columbia. "I 'aad friends left
who enabled me to reach Cal fornla.
There I remained a month, when I
1-ct fcr British Columbia to look after
an option whkh I had on a copper
mine in taat country Nhlle taere l
became Interested la the rich timber
tracts of cedar, pine and spruce, and
within thirty dajs hal contracted to
buy 30,000 acres of timber land, witn
sixty days In which to make tho nrsi
payment During those sixty days I,
associated with others, managed to
tcrrow my part of the first payment,
and so the start was made. We erect
ed a mill on the tract,, and tho com
pany Is at present known as tho B. F.
Graham Lumber company.
In the fall of that year and during
the eight months following wo boug.ii.
110.000 acres ot additional 1'mber land
with an estimated stumpage of 4,400,
000,000 feet of luHfbfr. The tract tu
owned by Widely scattered individuals.
nod In closing up tho different deals I
traveled 44,000 m'les ,the first jcar
and 55,000 miles the second. These
trips carried me to all parts of the
United States. I was offered $150,000
Ju t .for my contract on this last acre
age, but reused to listen o an. offer
Zl WW lata lasi. isrp ir?;i. wiiita
we recently sold to eastern parties.
This ,Je was made on terms which
are act to It made nubile It Is not
tip be fhoaght taa we had an easy
time- la ho'dlBK to the land and .u
Tueetrrj: the contract price during the
panic, ,w:iKb lowecd. ,the prtoe or
tomeer. wo nave paia as tiisn as
pr cent a moathfor tbe use of $100.
000, and many "fines as high a rate for
smaller sums. was aereshary to do
so In crder to jrf t he mocey But we
did it, and the recent deal is the re-
la conclucien he stated that he
and h's associates still had between
jO.OOO and SOjtOO acres, with m'lli
go'as Asked as to tbe amount re
ceived for the 11 1.000 acre tract so'l
reccntl. he preferred not to state,
but added that Lie purchasers value I
it at $1 a thousand feet, which, for
the 4.400 000.000 feet, makes a total of
B1SBEE RIFLE TEAM
GOES TO TUCSON
Will Shoot a Match With Pick7
ed Military Team on
TImt stria of tbe feasjtqttnll. teaat
of tbe Bl bee high school, are to-
dianaBt because some wtfeeHns;
wretch has taken an of their pretty
basketball suits. They reported tbe
theft last Saturday night when they
were to have played a game between
themselves at the time the Douglas
girls wt-re over to rtltelr game.
la eager aat'otpatlod of aa Interest
lag game of their favorite pastime
before a large crowd of admlrtog
frieads, a sborCtlme before the gntiie
they tripped off to tho room in which
was the. locker wherein their suits
wire kept Jwcge of their astonish
meat whtn very salt but oof had
dMppar-d! The oear Tiart been
tnrced opea and they were sjoae
H proveil to bo no prank of their
boy schoolmates, as they half sus
pected, and o this day there has been
nothing, seen-afthcse suits. It was
aggravating, because the girls, who
are of course In tho domestic idmn
I department, bad made their own suits
aftor selecting the very prettiest de
sign In all the fashion books.
BUI Nye's sort job.
BUI Nye In his earlier days once ap
proached the manager of a lecturo on
rean with an application for employ'
ment, and was asked If ho bad ever
done anything In that line. "Ob, yes,'
raid Bin. "What have you doner
"Well." replied Bill, "my last Job was
in a dime museum, sitting In a barrel
with the top of my head sticking out
Imposing as the largest ostrich-egg in
If yourcliild haaertrhid croup, yon need !
no description ot tbe symptoms, uut to tho
inexperiecced, the peculiir ringing conrli is
ofteu unnoticed until the dieaie i well un
der way. A child may go to bed at night in
liU usual health, except perhaps a colcLonly
to awaken a few hours later with a well de
veloped attack of croup and the remainder
of the night is spent by tbe jnxious parents
in trying to relieve bis Buttering, which is
usually more or less experiiuemaU It Is
usually difficult to secure tho services of a
1 phjuicUn in tlie middle of the night, and he
hIiouUI' never be depended uwn as the case
must be treated at once. A bottle of Chsm
lerlain' Cough Itemedy in tbe house will
save anxiety, expense and perhaps the life
of the chiliL When this medicine is given
at the first indication of croup, the attack
may be avoided, and even after the croupy
cough has appeared, It will prevent the at
tack. We have never known it to fail to
effect a cure in any ca1 of croup, and it is.
we tciievr,in more general use in tbe United
Htates for that dL ease than any other remedy.
UlSBEB DltUG CO., Bistre, Naco and
It Was All Within.
A practical Joker tsirrled an onion In
bis vest pocket to tho dopot when bid
ding farewell to a young lady, and
took a bite now and then to Induce
tears. Before tho train departed Lc
bad eaten the entire onion. Tho young
lady, perceiving the situation, re
marked: "Ah, yoa have swallowed
your grief!" Harper's Weekly.
Hearty Old-Time Meal.
From Pcpy"s Diary: My wifo had
got ready a very fine dinner, viz: A
dish of marrow bones, a leg of mut
ton, a loin of real, a dish of fowl, throe
pullets and two dozen of larks all In
a dish; a great tart, a neat's tongue,
a dish of anchovies, a dish of prawns
CITIZENS BANK & TRUST GO.
DO A GENERAL
NESS AT BISBEE
R. M. MOORE, Cashier,
W. H. RANKIN, Ass't Cashier.
CHAS. L0CKLING, Assistant
Cashier & Mgr. at Courtland
Uncle Sam's 5fe
MONEY LOANED ON EVERYTHING.
MINING STOCK Especially.
A large stock of Jewelry and Sporting Goods always on
Main Street - New Building
Politeness a Valuable Asset.
The moro exalted a man Is by sta
tion, tho more powerful should ho be
by kindness. There is no policy like
politeness, since a good manner often
succeds where the best tongue has
failed. Politeness Is most useful to in
spire confidence in tho timid and en
courage the deserving. Magoon.
M. M. KING Mgr.
TONIGHT and Matinee
Cxtlnct Stars Still Visible.
It is a fact, startling as it may
seem, that many of tho stars wc sec
twinkling In tho sky at night, may
havo ceased to exist centuries ago.
Somo of these stars arc so distant
that even light takes hundreds or
thousands of years to travel from
them to ns; and tho rays which en
able us to see them to-day may have
left them thousands of years ago. We
see them, not as they are to-day, but
aa thov were long ages ago.
SUNDAY NIGHT, "A WALL STREET ROMANCE
TUESDAY, FAREWELL NIGHT AND BENEFIT TO ':
.; MR. ARMIN, "THE MIDDLEMAN."
PRICES 25c, 35c and 50c ,
" SEATS. NOW OjST SALE
I i ne i i li
at anq-. . Brabee
Hftle team wit) leave' tlrfsV afternoon
In a special" ear occupied Jointly by
them and the Masoas who are xofcig
to Tncsoa and Phoenix, to attend th.
exercises of tbe ShrlaTs.
The team is headed for Tucson.
where they will shoot with a picked
team of tea from tie military com
pany of the Okl Pueblo.
After tberr arrival In Tucson the
IMsBwe team will spoad Sunday at
the raasjeo in Temee, where
Etatcss ar to b shot, getting used
to tbe conditions there. The matche,
will be at the 204, SOB and 000 raaos.
The team from Blabee will be smi
poeed of the following men: Rob
ert Lyons. C. P. Ilawley, M,- W. Mit
chell, J. B. Curry. F. ,C. Horst. Bas
rett WatkiM, Matt McMInn. J. W.
Fllier, James Nichols, W. II. Apgar
The Msbc Rlflo team has so far
proved its sii'rlority over every
team against which It ha gone, and
they are very keen about winning the
match for which thy will leave this
fm WAIT FOR US ffflfe
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The Swigert Bros. Optical Co..
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T) C lCmJO Oft MfUCATtO
NDCT TRIP J"" March K to 19.
ili tUj iSjK
J. A. McFATE, Prop.
Williams & Flannigan, Counsel
np HE finest sites for Business Locations' in the Rapidly
I growing camp of Courtland are those in the McRate
Townsite. They are immediately surrounded by the
leading shafts of the big companies, which will be shipping
ore as soon as the railroa nter the camp. Besides m
shaf Is alreadv sunk, diamond drills are at work on all sides of
the McFate Townsite.
hi sMnfiA asm tt
tJtu'jjQjj rA.z.sijLr vWi
OVER half the lots have beeil sold, especially to business
men in Bisbee, Tombstone, Tucson, Douglas, and in
quiries are now coming in from Los Angeles and all
over the countrv. NOW is the time to buy at nominal fig
ures. The McFate Townsite is the logical location for the
future. If you want lots now, write or wire to
J. A. McFATE,
Courtland - Arizona