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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MORNING', MARCH 17, 1909.
Tomorrow the Charming Groups of New
I TAILORED SUITS Will Reveal Many Spring Fashion Secrets
. m "tore Opens &7& Sc&ZrrSrC Store Closes ussTP-y? S7T7
vt 8 a. m. MilTiiiiiiiMiiiaii ! i At 6 p. m. 5MW& &Zt2
They're Rolng to surprise you pleasantly. In pracc. In trlmncsa and
smartness lu fabric beauty, in perfection of tailoring. Their superiors have
not been shown iu New Yorli this season. The style changes from those ol
tho past season are subtle, rather tlmn radical. Hlplcss Coats, tight flttlng
sleeves, long skirts again predominate. Still there aro novelty touches,
modifications and elaborations little master strokes of assigning genius,
which enhance and perfect tho charm of theso new spring suits.
Those things cannot bo described. Words cannot do Justice to tho
graceful Jlnes and rich color beauties of theso new1- sjirlne suits. They
are here for you to see. to examine, admire and buy at prices whlqh tempt
Exceptional Values in Spring Suits
We are sure of your delightful surprise, for every suit in this, offering is a,
jralue most exceptional Coats arc 32 and CC Inch lengths, satin and button
trimmed, lined with fine satin. Skirts aro plain gored and button trim
med. A wldo range of colorings 1s shown at this price, Including the
new grays, bluos, tans, resida, etc., materials aro fine Serge3, Panamas,
Worsteds and Prunolla Cloth StyWs are all very new and attractive. Tho
biggest collection we havo ever gotten together at this low price.
Ho suro to Inspect this showing. It means a big saving
1-1 the purchase of your new Spring Suit. - .
Very Special at , ... -.
Our Showing of Spring Suits at $20.00 is
The chic and charming inoaels Included In th's showing are unsurpassed at $20. Suits that
possess tlwso delightfully artistic touches only .seen in tho more expensive garments.
Keprescnted aro tho modestlilalrPtallored.find the dressiest, fancy-trimmed effects tho
now straight line, seml-Jittcd and the new cutaway models In the various correct coat
lengths. Skirts In tho new gored or flared styles, .plain or trlnuned to match coats this
season's newest materials In all the latest shades and black. We'ro told every day by wo
men who have shopped elsewhere, that noLocnly are "Tho Fair Store" Suits
more In variety than shown In other stores, but that our values are far morej
generous than can be found elsewhere In (ho city. This superior line at ?20j
bears out their statements, and nowhere in the Southwest can you equal these ,
Suits In stylo and quality, at this price, only
We have the most magnificent display of. New Spring Millinery
on the second floor of the Annex Building. We respectfully ask your inspection
Wide choice at
Wo specialize In these hate,
and it seems Incredltable what
snap and stylo and what good
materials are In Unjiu at the
modest price. Somo of SI1K,
some of Chiffon, others of Straw,
trimmed w'th flowers, foliage,
wings and ribbon bows hats of
extreme becomingness and rich
No woman in Bisbee should fail to see this gorgeous display of
new Spring and Summor Hats,, tho equal of which wo claim Is not
to be seen hereabouts. Fashion's mast favored models are shown,
some that have never been equaled before either in style or pr'cc.
Many beautiful creations from the foremost designers of the world
are hore, many pretty Paris Pattern Hats, a wide assortment o
swell New York models all in Keeping with "The Fair" famous
good taste and correct less of style. Priced up to $25 00, some down
to $2.50, and all remarkable values.
Great values at
There's so much to be said re
garding tho superb showing of
Spring Hats, hvioed at J3JG0 .that
we hardly know just where to
begin or end. There's such a
wealth of style as to seem al
most l'mltless In variety styles
that have fashion's highest en
dorsement millinery that will
appeal nnreslstably to alL
A Sale of Slightly Soiled and Mussed Undermuslins Prices On Jf-lVJf
average at reduction of fully WX1C Xlall
During the recent big sale of UndeVmusIins. In which was sold almost 100 dozen garments, and as Is usually tie case in a sole or this kind, sev
eral dozen -are left It is those left-over garments that we wish to dispose of at less than HALF PRICE. Of course they are a ljttlo soiled
aud mussed from handling, but not a garment in the entire collection which you would hesitate to near which jqu would not be glad, to own.
Regardless of tho low prlce3 they are neatly made and nicely trimmed.
6g FOR CORSET COVERS, worth JL00 and
uCjLK. flDe Nainsook or soft finished
Cambric, a. varioty of
pretty styles to choose
- FOR CORSET COVERS, worth J2.C0. $2.00
Qrand $1X0, some with entire front of Valen
y''c!ennes Lace and Insertion, somo of Imita
tion firawu Mexican work, drawn with silk rib
bon, splendid values at the regular price.
nment priced to sell regularly at 50c. made
.rf nwl niiiilltv Muslin. La.cn or Embroidery
$ .50 & $ 1 .75 Gowns
These are fully long and of good qual
ity Muslin, trimmed With lace, em
broidery, or combination of laces and
insertions. Designs aro very good
ind tho garments much better than
Tu'd think possible for then
-rlce. usual JL50 and $L75v!lf
kinds at XUW
FOR MTJSUN DRAWERS, trimmed with a
hemstitched Tuck3 and
othor styles ombroidory
l cl'ister of three hemstitched Tuck3 and
edged with Lace,
mn FOR WOMEN'S MUSLIN DRAWERS, reg-
DliCuIar 75c ond 85c va,ues made of best soft
''quality Muslin, umbrella bottoms, trimmed
with pretty Laco or Embroidery.
- FOR WOMEN'S MUSLIN DRAWERS.
yjjrnsade of fmo Cambric, out full and neally
' v' finished, elaborated with One tuck'ng
Embroidery, Laco and Insertion. Regular $1.50
and 51.75 values.
' The Big Store on the Alley The largest in the Southwest devoted
exclusively to Dry Goods and Women's Ready-to-wear Apparel.
BE NO NEW
Dr. Ricketts Denies Report
Expend SI ,000,000 in This
DOUGLAS. Arizona, March 1C
Tho published report that the
Grecn&Can&aca company was about
ready to begin tho construction of a
tew concentrator which was to cost
one million dollars has no foundation,
according to a statement made by Dr.
RlckctU In this city this morning.
"I was amused at this ronort." said
tho general manager of tho Grecne-
CanaDea company, "it probably grew
out of the fact that wo havo decided
to add' eighty additional vanncra to
I our present concentrating equipment
nicn mciuaes mo mills naving a
dally capacity of 2100 tons of ore."
The additional vanners are for the
purpose of Increasing the efficiency of
the plant rather than with the idea of
increasing the capacity of the mill,
according to Dr. Rlcketta.
Concerning the output now at Can
anca Dr. Rlcketta stated that the
Grcenc-Cananca produced daring the
month of February 3,850,000 pounds
of copper bullion and S0.000 ounces of
anea for a short stay on business and
pounds of copper will be proaucea
during the month of March and a cor
responding Increase In the amount of
The copper was prod need at a cost
of 10-1-2 cents per pounds. Including
every item of cost until the metal
a3 sold In New York.
The Greenc-Cananea company Is
now carrying abbut 2700 men on its
payroll and about 2000 of theso men
It will be seen that even at the
present very low price of copper the
Grecne-Casanca is making a good prof
It for the stockholders in the company.
Mr. asd 3rn IL O. Elliott of Claw
wn Hfii entertained last evening with
"five Hnnkcd." Four tables were fill
ed Tilth ruckIs. Mfea Daisy Baker
received -the jirlze.
UTILE GIRL 15
Three-Year-Old Child's Cloth
ing Catch Fire, Seriously
"' Burning Her
DOUGLAS, Arizona, March 1C
Joon, tno tnree-year-oia daugnter
of Mr. and Mrs. a D. Parsons, had
a narrow escape from death yester
day morning, when, at 11 o'clock, at
the Parsons home on Thirteenth
street, her clothes became ignited and
it was all her mother could do to
smother the flames before burns ot
sucji severity as to prove fatal had
been Inflicted. As it Is, tho child is
seriously burned" about the body ana
face, though ber parents are hopeful
they are such as will not leave scars.
Tho screams of Uic little girl, who
had been left alone In a room for a
few minutes, brought Mrs. Parsons,
who was nearby. Into the room. The
child's clothing was then afire and
Mrs. parsons sought to smolhertIio
names, which she accomplished,
though with difficulty. It was at first
thought the child's clothes became Ig-
miea irom a gas stove, nut this morn
ing she was able to talk and she said
a match which she lighted was re
sponsible. She was resting comfort
ably today and serious consequences
wero not feared.
HETTY GREEN INVITED
OTTAWA. OnL, Mar. 16. Mra. Het
ty Green of New York las been ten
acred an invitation by the Old Boys'
assoc'atlon of Windsor to attend a re
union next August. Mrs. Green anu
ber daughter, who waa recently mar
ried to Matthew Astor Wilks, and her
son, Edwin Green, now a railroad mag
nate, lived In Windsor about thirty
yoare ago. At that time the son
earned a small salary and contributed
to tho upport of lis mother and sis
ATTEMPT T OBREAK JA1U
CinilUAIIUA, Mex.. Mar. 16.
Three men under death sentence, led
by Allno Reyes, attempted to over
power the guard at the Sta'e pcBlten
tlary and escape early on Banday
morning, but his call aroused associ
ates and tho men wero overpowered
and sent back to their cellsTbey had
skeleton keys, bat bo weap&as.
The Appropriations Are Much
Larger and the Deficiency
Continues to Grow Bond
WASHINGTON. March 1C War
taxes, special taxes, plus a bond Is
sue,, are expected to prove necessary
to provide money to run the govern
ment In the present emergency. Tho
reonue problem daily Is becoming
tho large and overshadowing bugaboo
seriously troubling tho-framers of tho
new tariff act
At present the tariff bill carries a
tax on coffee, and one on tea, and re
tains tho Impost on sugar, all ot
which win be big revenue producers.
Hut protests by tbo thousands are
raining in upon members against
"breaKrast tablo taxes
Tho upshot apparently nlll bo that
the new taxes will bo spread out over
more articles, incuaing smaller as
sessments than thoso now fixed by
tho bill upon coffee and tea. Involving
an additional SO cents upon beer and
probably stamp taxes upon commer
When the final taxing program Is
decided the question of a bonH Issue
wll not be settled. The additional
revenue will bo coming in for a year
Deficit Keeps Climbing.
In tbo last year or more of stress
liabilities of the EOVKmrnen"- he ac
cumulated to about $50.(100,000, ana
tho deficit ha3 kept' climbing, notwith
standing tho postponement bf meet
ing micli debts as could be postponed.
Tho complete rtpcal ot the tariff
on lumber and other forest products
is called for In a flood of letters
which reached Washington today.
They are slgnodby Frederick J
wngnt, caitor of Karin and Stoce.
of St. Joseph. Mo., who professes to
speak In behalf ot the farmers of the
He says the farmers believe that
what amounts to a lumber trust prac
tically controls the price ot lumber all
over the country.
View of the Farmers.
"The farmer knouts full well,"
says Mr. Wright, "that if he could
not raise cereals and provisions
enough to feed the country, the con
suming millions would knock the tar
iff off these commodities in a flash.
Ho knows very well the present tim
ber crop, which is practically the only
crop that can be raised. Is nearly ex
hausted, comparatively speaking, and
he cannot understand any process ot
reasoning which undertakes to de
fend tbo tariff on these commodities."
As proof of his contention that a
lumber trust exists he points to the
fact that lumber has increased in
price anywhere from 73 to 200 pe:
cent within the post fifteen years.
PRESIDENT GOING TO NEW YORK
WASHINGTON. March 1C Day
after tomorrow President Taft will
tase his first trip out of town since
his Inauguration. He is gotng to New
York to lulnll seeral engagements
made some time ago and he plans to
remain In the metropolis two days.
On Thursday afternoon the presi
dent will be the principal speaker at
exercises to be held In Carnegie ball
In memory of Grover C'eveland. The
date will be the anniversary of the
late president's birth. Mayor McClel-
lan will preside at the exercises and
the speakers will Include Chief Justice
Fuller and Governor Hughes, In addi
tion to the president.
Thursday evening tho president will
be the guest of honor at a dinner to
be given by tho Yaie alumni society
of New York. A year ago Mr. Taft
accepted an Invitation to be the
guest at the Yale dinner to bo held
In New York early In the winter. The
pressure on his tim, nowever, made
It necessary that tho engagement be
postponed. The Yale alumni were glad
to accede to his request for a post
ponement, since It turned out that by
doing so they would entertain a pres-5
ment instead of a presidentelect.
GDANJUATO, Mev.. Mar. lfc. II. P.
Smith, F. Wf Updegraf and Krea
Wood, the Amercan mine officers
who kilted one Mexican and wounded
threo otjers for stealing ore, have
been released on bond from tho prison
at Granadltos by the efforts of tho
American consular agent.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
County of Cochise, Territory ot Arizona.
In the matter of the estate of Con
D. Sullivan, deceased.
Notice of Clearing petition:
Notice Is hereby given that Frank
Bauer has filed In this court his peti
tion praying for letters of adminis
tration of tho estate of the above
named decedent, and that tho 6ame
will bo. heard on Saturday, tho 27th
day of March, A. D. 1900. at 10 o'clock
In tho forenoon of said day, at the
court room of said court. In Tomb
stone, county of Cochise. Territory of
Arizona, and all persons interested In
said estate aro notified then and there
to appear and show cause, it any they
Save, why the prayer of said petition
er should not be granted.
Dated March 11th, 1909.
J. E. JAMES,
of Sonera Champion "Mining Company
BISBEE. Arizona, March 12. 1909.
NctJce Is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockholders of
tho Sonora Champion Mining Com
pany will bo held at tho L O. O. F.
hall, Bisbee, Arizona, March 27th, vt
4 oVlock p. m- 1909, for tho purpose
of e'ectinc officers for the ensuing
year and for such other business as
may rmi' before. the meetlnc.
By order of thc'boaTd of directors.
F. B. CHAFFIN, Sec.
Dated Bisbee, Axlzoaa, March 12,
1909. '.. . . . ,,
Beef. We make our own
Pork Sausages and Lard
Live Chickens and guarantee
Fresh Fish them to be
Eggs clean and
Pickled Pigs Feet
Pressed Corned Beef
Liver Sausage Hamburger
t Wienerwurst Boiled Hams
Pork Spare Ribs
'Vetf i did
Mutton - -
Lard , . j
Salt Mackerel ,.,
Corned Beef &
Head Cheect t :,
Bisbee Meat Company, Inc. .
EVERHARDY MARKET, PHONE 6S, BREWERY GULCH 0B
JOHN TRUE MARKET, PHONE 213, WACO ROAD.
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THE DAINTY WOMAN'S FRIEND
THE GAS RANGE
NO RUST OR DIRT TO SOIL HER DRESI.
NO COAL TO HANDLE OR KINDLING TO LAY.
A TURN OF THE KEY. A MATCH, AND THE FIRE X MAD.
COOK WITH GAS.
Bisbee Light & Power Co.
Rooms 4 and 5, Johison-Henninger Building.
E. B. MASON COMPANY. Inc. I
Wagons, Buggies, Gasoline
Engines, Farming Imple
ments, etc. ' '
Our Vehicles Will Bear'ln--spection.
Phone L-24. ' "
Bisbee, - - Arizona
WINDOW SCREENS. 75c UP. "r
Deor Bereem, $2X0 up. Deo and Window frames tr.d other mill
work correspondingly low. Bubte Cabinet Work, Naeo Road,
next Beer Garden.
Kinsey S McLaughlin
i ,, ...
Office Allen BIdg.
We Move the Earth.
TrSnSfer Always-some one at ths
i-, Call us up. Phone 413.
LOmpanV Address Box 1189.
Piano Moving a specialty.
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ICE, ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND POWErT
PHONE NO. 1J7. . .
office opposite depotTELEPHONE SERVICE
If you have a Want V 5$ V'
And have it bad,
Don't be sad, don't be mad,
But watch results
That may be had
From putting in a want Ad.
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