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Bisbee daily review. [volume] (Bisbee, Ariz.) 1901-1971, June 27, 1909, Image 3

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one that at one time or another has
had nearly every young man In town
as a member
On June 18 1903 twelve young
tren jented the frame house on tho
corner of Sixteenth street and F ave
nue engaged a chef and started the
Chlrlcahua club They occupied this
place for a year and a half at the
expiration of which time Mr T T
Hlnes erected the large two etory
club bouse on the corner of Tenth
street and F avenue for the Chlrlca
hua boys and this building they have
occupied ever since
When the club was first organized
the members took turn about acting
as housekeeper and manager each
one acting in this capacity on
month and there was great rivalry
among them to see who could run
the club the cheapest However up
on moving into the new club house
this was changed the members elect
ing C O Thomas to fill this position
as long as he remained at the club
and conferred upon him the title of
-Father When Mr Thomas left
the club some three years ago Albert
Stacy was elected Father of the
club and he has retained this posi
tion continuously to the present day
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DOUGLAS SOCIETY DURING
There is an organization in this
city that is not often heaid of but
at the same time it Is one -that has
done a great deal of good in provid
ing a home for the homeless and Is
Wednesday evening at 9 oclock when
In the presence of a very few inti
mate friends Mrs Dorothy E Wllk
erson was married to George L An
drews at the home of the former on
Ninth street The bride in a hand
some empire gown of champagne
crepe de chine over champagne silk
was attended by Mrs W E Lutz
Mr Lutz stood with the groom Rev
erend George Logle performed the
ceremony using the popular ring ser
vice Mr and Mrs Andrews have
lived in Douglas for a number of
years and are well known In business
and social circles Mr Andrews re
cently disposed of his brokerage bus
iness nere ana is devoting his time
exclusively to his cattle Interests In
Mexico
Mrs H U Wilklson was -hostess
to the Baptist Ladles Aid and friends
Thursday evenlne at her home on
Eleventh street There were straw
berry question and answers and a
bean guessing contest Mrs A A
Fisher and Mr Stewart proving the
best guessers Iced refreshments were
served during the evening About ar
ty were present and a generous free
will offering was received
Mrs B A Packard and Miss Pack
ard came in this week from Los An
geles where Miss Packard recently
graduated from the Marlborough
school
Store Opens
I At 8 a m
THE BISiEE DAILY REVIEW BISBEE ARIZONA SUNDAY MORNING JUNE 27 1909
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The regular monthly dance was
given at the Country club last night
Despite the warm weather a very
pleasant evening was spent Mrs
Van Alens orchestra played Among
those in attendance were Messrs
and Mesdames It L Scott R W
Halliburton it H Hotchklss C O
Thomas Mrs Clarence Brammer
Misses Dorothy Packard Marlon
Eoach Alleen Smith Blanch Fenboel
Berg Mollie Dowdle Mamie Howe
Messrs T M Smith S R Kone A
Stacy JB Speed C L Smith A
B Packard L K Fortin J W Stone
house O Fisher Murphy Chaa
Howe
The moonlight picnic of the Lleb
ling Piano club Is being much antici
pated by the members The affair
will occur Monday evening at the
ranch home of Miss Rowena Demlng
The start will be made from Mr
Krlnbllls studio at 7 oclock and
there will be ample conveyance for
all to and from tho Demlng home
Should the weather be unfavorable
Monday the picnic will be held on
Tuesday evening Instead
Mrs M K McNamara left this
week for her home in Peoria Illinois
after a visit of several months with
her daughter Mrs O H Hirst She
will spend the coming winter witn
her daughter Omega who Is attend
ing a school or oratory In Chicago
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you let such a clothing opportunity slip by
1500
For your choice of
Mens Suits that sell
regularly for 2000
and 2250
1850
For your choipe of
Mens Suits that sell
regulariy for 2500
and 2750
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A quiet home J wedding occurred
Last Sunday the 20th the club
hold Its sixth annual dinner The
spacious dining room was artistically
decorated with pink and green
streaiatrs while the sideboard and
tables were covered with a profusion
of flowers The members who were
gathered round the festive board to
enjoy the delicious repast prepared
by the chef were the following
Father Albert Stacy E J
uie Stewart 1 u ward C A Bur
dick W J Cunningham Ed Thorn
ton A H Zachau H H Hunter A
B Packard John Mayo W Y Hotcb
kiss E T Norlander Lee Gooding
James Lee P C McMullen E C
Robinson Jack Baglln R G Arthur
W J Fox
Th Silver City Independent of Sil
ver City N M announces the mar
riage at that place on June 1C of
Miss Margaret Eunice Thompson to
Clyde Bloodgood a prominent young
cattleman cf Kingston N M Miss
Thompson will be remembered by a
number of Douglas friends having
taught recently in the Fifteenth
street school In this city
Miss Aileen Smith returned to
Douglas this week from Pomona col
lege Claremont California She will
spend the summer here entering col
lege again this fall
Mr and Mrs W D Georgeson be
gan housekeeping today at 701
Sixteenth street in the house former
ly occupied by Mr and Mrs L II
Van Treese Mr and Mrs Van
Trees have moved to the Ryan
home on Seventh street
Mr and Mrs C D Parsons have
gone to Seattle to take In the expo
sition
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A Special Purchase of Womens Garments j
Just Received and on Sale Tomorrow at a THIRD to ONE HALF Under Value I
For a week or Ten days now It has seemed that most every manufacturer of Womens Garments has had a sur
plus lot some times small some times large but in any case the little prices they asked surprised us
It is pretty thoroughly -breezed about among the manufacturers that we seldom pass an underpriced lot of gar
ments if the quality comes up to our standard We have selected some of the better values and they are offered
tomorrow atONE THIRD to ONE HALF undervalue
1000
Lor Linen Jacket Suits Actually
Worth 1500
They were bought at a fraction of real worth or we never
should have them to sell for less than 15 00 There are
two piece Garments of Ramie Cloth and LInenette in Plain
Blue Tan and White trimmed In buttons and straps to
match the skirts are Gored and Pleated styles
The Jacket Suits are cool and airy made of Linen In
White Bins and Champagne Skirt and Jacket trimmed
with Insertion We wish particularly to call you atten
tion to the fullness with which they are cut the simplic
ity and good taste of the trimmings and the perfect work
manship Suits actually worth 1500 at
1000
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4m
500
For Pretty Lingerie Dresses
Regular 1000 Values
If these pretty Summer dresses were bought In a regular
way they would not sell one cent cheaper than 1000
Tis a bit of good fortune that we are able to offer these
for less mado of soft sheer white Lawns and Batiste in
Princess and Empire styles
Surfeited as we always are with fashionable beauty
and elegance of this description these beautiful dresses
moved even us to overflowing enthusiasm cool comfort
able rich and beautiful la their simplicity yet artfully
finished with Iace and Insertion you will consider them
well worth 1000 but we have priced them at
500
Irresistible Low Prices in the DryGoods Department Tomorrow
Economy Llnons 36 inches wide In
Champagne Golf Blue Alice
Blue and Old Rose regular 20c
quality special the yard
I5C
Long cloth full thirty six inches wide
regular 16c quality twelve i
yards in a piece special Mon
day per piece
5135
Long cloth full thirty six inches wide
regular 20c quality twelve i
yards in a bolt special Moik
day per Doit
rSi75
Pretty White Dimities In even and
broken cnecks the quality mat
usually sells for 20c special
Monday per yard
12G
Womens Linen Handkerchiefs with
embroidered edge and Hemstitched
borders The kinds that usually
sell for 15c specially priced for
Monday THREE FOR
25C
Baby Bonnet Specials 75c
A beautiful assortment of Infants Washable Bonnets made
of white mull daintily trimmed with fine Valenciennes Lace
and Insertion and a profusion of pretty ribbons in 40ft
delicate shades sizes 11 to 14 regular 12d values
special at
5C
Percales and Ginghams at
Little Prices
12 1 2cAmoskeagChambrays per yard 10c
12 1 2c Utility Ginghams per yard 10c
15cToile Du Nord Ginghams per yard 12 1 2c
15c Bates Seersuckers per yard 121 2c
8 1 3c Best Quality Apron Ginghams 6 l 4c
Best Calicoes all colors per yard 5c
10c Southern Silk Cheviots per yard 7 1 2c
12 1 2c Book Fold Cheviots per yard 10c
15c Manchester Percales per yard 12 1 2c
Womans Lisle Hose Boot Lace ef
fect Black only absolutely fast
colors regular 75c values per
pair
Ladles fine Plain Gauze Hose in tan
only all sizes the qualities
that sell for 25c a pair
special at
Ladles fine Plain Gauze Lisle Hose
in Black fast color seamless
worth 50c a pair special
at
Stuarts Oatmeal Toilet
Soap three cakes in a box
special Monday per box only
2000
For your choice of
Mens Suits that sell
regularly for 3000
and 3250
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Flags Bunting Festooning Lanterns Fans Etc lV cnnakl j
motional ColorslorFovrthf July Decorations Kva3UIICllJIC
35G
17 l 2C
Good Quality Rubber Hair ftns
three pins on a card worth 10c
special Monday the card
Cabinet Wire Hair Prins assorted
sizes In a box and sell regular
ly at 10c special Monday
a box
35C
71 2C
5C
5G
MENS WARM WEATHER CLOTHING AT SPECIAL PRICES
Just in Time for the Fourth
Surely this is your opportunity to buy a new Suit for the Fourth A
glance at our window display and an inspection of the stock inside the
store will show you the savings quickly and concisely This store
cannot afford to disappoint you by over promising It is not neces
sary to go into details about the styles the tailoVingr the fabrics If
they were not all they should be in every regard they would never be
on sale here They are clothes made by The House of Kuppenheim
er Clothing of style and quality in which every man can save Will
fl iMfa torn
m00m
Mrs W T Daniel and son Ellis i
of Bartlett Texas are visiting at the
homo of Mr and Mrs B F McOee
pn Eleventh stieet
Mrs Margaret W Speed and little
granddaughter Katherlno McKean
left this week for California to enjoy
coast breezes for some time
The follow lnir were the invited
guests of the club Albert M
Samcs Dodge C Hooper J H Cal
vert and S R Kone
nnrf Tm flnre e TT Kellv are
recreating for several weeks on the
coast
Mr and Mrs W S Dixon were
Douglas people coast bound this
week
DOUGLAS PERSONALS
J B Larrazola of Las Vegas N
M who formerly resided In Douglas
la spending a few days In the city
with his bride They are guests of
the Gadsden
Mrs T F Mahoney and children
hate gone to Venice Cal for the
remainder of the summer season
Cliff W Parsons the well known
traveling man Is at the Gadsden
S B Crawford left this morning
for Muskogeer Oklahoma
J T Hood was an arrival from
Blsbce this morning
Mr and Mrs W S Dixon left jes
terday for Los Angeles
F Obermiller of Bsbee is In tEe
city
Pete Johnson the cattleman of
Blsbee spent yesterday In Douglas
W C Greenes private car Verde
passed through Douglas yesterday for
Cananea with Mrs Greene and a par
ty of friends on board
Mrs W A- Sherwood of the Court
land Arlzonan after spending several
days In Douglas looking after busi
ness Interests returned to Courtland
today
Mrs Mary Graham who has been
visiting relatives for some time In
Douglas returned today to her homu
In Urbana Ohio
Ewan Williams an employe of the
Copper Queen smelter leaves this
evening for a long visit in England
L Coombs the Sonora mining
man has returned to Douglas after
enjoying himself for several months
at Seattle and other western points
Harry Berry customs officer at
Lochiel is here on a business trip
FASHION
Fair Eve devised a walking suit
Of Jungle grasses soft and crimpy
She thought It rather neat and cute
But Adam grunted Rather skim
py
A cloak of palm leaves sought for
miles
She made and came to be admired
Bnt Adam said The silly Btyles
you women wear Just make me
tired
She built herself a little hat
Of lilies Eve was very clever
led asked him what he thought of
that
And Adam blurted Well J never
So next she placed upon her head
A feathered three-by-four creation
The little word that Adam said
Is barred from parlor conversation
Tet Eve refused to be a dowd
And tried an autumn tinted sash
on
Til dress to please myself she
vowed
For what does Adam know of
fashion
What use to seek apjlause from
him
He scoffs and says I cannot reason
Well then my law shall he my
whim
And that shall change with every
season
Since then revolving cycles bring
The gayest fashions and the queer
est
And Eve declares Its Just the
thing
While Adam murmurs Is it dear
est
Arthur Guiteman In Womans
Home Companion
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REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR
From the New York Press
When a woman will eat onions lfs
a sgn she Is married
After a man builds a house he has
a lasting horror of doing any more
foolish things
The man who sets out to learn
how to make money does mighty well
to learn how not to lose It
The thing that interests a woman
about a wedding is the people the
brides mother said were to be pres
ent but they wouldnt come
Theres nothing a girl likes so
much when she is going to meet the
man shes engaged to as to write a
letter to give him
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POINTED PARAGRAPHS
From the Chicago News
A dollar bin In the hand beats two
due bills In your mall
The milkman is sometimes also an
advocate of pore watc
A mana credit Is usually good
when he doesnt need It
Its still a question whether love
Is an asset or a liability
Its nice to live In the country
nice for your city relations
The woman who marries a crankj
old bachelor Is as big a fcol as hf
is
COMMENCEMENT WEEK
NEW HAVEN ConiL June 26
The approach of commencement
week at Vale university has attract
ed to New Haven tho usual large
crowd of alumni and friends of rela
tives of the graduates The program
will be ushered In with the baccal
aureate address by President Hart
ley which will be delivered in Wool
sev hall tomorrow morning Monday
will be alumni class day Tuesday
alumni day and Wednesday gradua
tion day
S P SHOPS SHUT DOWN
OGDEN Utah June 24 Many de
partments of the Southern PacUIc
shop plant were closed down tonight
until next Thursday morning July L
and several hundred men are tempora
rlly out of work The cessation of
work at this time Is due to a general
order for retrenchment wherever pos
sible during the balance of this the
lait month of the railroad yar
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Try Murine Eye Remedy for Red
Weak Watery Eyes Trachona Gran
ulated Eyelids and PJnk Eye Murine
doesnt smart soothes eye pain
GOMPLin HORSE
TRnDEJULLED OFF
Stock Bought Traded for
Goats Then Seized by
Government
From Douglas International
A Mexican sold the horses to Billy
Gardner Gardner traded them to an
American for goats and the latter
turned them over to a customs offi
cial upon the tatters demand backed
by the power ana majesty of the
American government
This being the case whats to be
done about it asks Gardner asks the
American and asks the government
In the meantime all are seeking the
Mexican And he may have made the
deal Innocent of any malice
The government took a hand in
the deal when claim was made by a
line rider that the horses were Mex
ican horses and therefore amenable
to duty or seizure The American
who had received the horses In trade
for his goats took up the matter
with Gardner and Gardner Is trying
to take up the matter with the Mex
ican who however Is not available
Tho horses have been seized and
if the Mexican shall not be found
some one connected with the deal
may find that he has been handed
a mighty big lemon Everyone with
the possible exception of the Mexi
can is an innocent person yet the
government hasthe horses
seems like rather hard luck
FASHIONS OF ALL AGES
DISPLAYED IN LONDON
LONDON Juno 26 The Fair of
Fashions a costume exhibition mod
eled on tho lines of the similar show
recently held In Paris was opened
today in the Royal Horticultural halL
The show is the first of its kind to
bo held In London and is already at
trading much attention particularly
among women The exhibits Include
the latest and most exquisite crea
tions of the famous modistes and mil
liners of Paris Vienna New York
and other centres of fashion In a
separate but none the less Interest
ing department of tho fair are to bo
seen the stjles of bygone days in
frocks hats lingerie shoes and other
details of the toilette Thousands of
dollars worth of Jewels and rare laces
are comprised among the exhibits and
some of the antique costumes also
are of priceless value The exhiBI
tlon will continue through next week
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PAGETHREE
HtnTENED
Br EL PASO VA6RAMTS
EL PAEO June 25 The anony
mous letter writer again broke looso
and sent a communication to Chief
of Police Ken F Jenkins warning
him that If he proceeds with his ac
tion against the vagrants and other
undesirable citizens h will meet
the same fate as Manen Clements
The chief in his reply considers the
anonymous writer a coward
The envelope in which the letter
was mailed showed it passed through
the El Paso postofflee
The letter to the chief and bis re
ply are as follows
El Paso Tex June 22 09
Chief Jenkins Sir Tour case
have Been Before the House for
Some time and after a warm Discus
sion we decided that you have By a
long measure over KtonvA vmr
Bounds therefore we have added
you name to our list to Be Stole We
Send you this to allow vou
another Short Chance We dont pro
pose to let no Chief run the town
there never was one allowed to run
it we nave turned you over to the
old reliable the one whom we ap
pointed to Steal a Sirtaln fresh ono
from the Coney Island a short time
ago How Simple you was to try to
Bring about a conviction In that
case We dont appoint men to do
our work that will Be Convicted So
you Slow down old man and Dont
Be Pokey about It We will give you
until Saturday to make a Statement
In the paper if vou dont wn win
take it for Granted that vou mean to
continue Your crusade on other peo
ples Business
We will then there Proceed lo
Send You the way of Manen Cle
ments Your friend
Signed J L Pres M K Sec W
W L Vice Prcs J B T P R B Com
mittees
The cowardly whelp or whelps
who wrote the above anonymous let
ter would not hurt a sure enough
man In a dark secluded spot pro
vided his hands were not tied be
hind him So I take advantage of
your time limit and give you two
days and nights in the clear in whi h
to execute your threats before Satur
day
B F JENKINS Chief of Police
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