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"mE3t" us. - -V. .- -i,. . i'j mn 'Hf "" !' imW ni "" M ll I . . WM p.jW ; rtft TITE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11 . 1 912 MM m ' - -- -..., .---.w.J.v, - ' - - - " " "i - -T--, i, i i - - : ?. f (f I m ft ft rfl i ''' " lm PAGE EIGHT f r"7 ' " 'lT I j ll' MV. i . iNew 91 &- " i! iiP rn & E 1 t ml , ohoes A.r1 11 Aiv a te-iy v it I Here W : Now j ITS A POSITIVE PLEASUttI: to " ANNOUNCE The arrhwi of MORE "REGALS" REGALS are SO Royd and its such a pleasure to have them and scii :hem that to be out of sizes (as we have hccw Iatelv) is p. calamity. We've Your Size & Style Now. $3.50 . to $4.50 Street Regals, Light Regals, Heavv Regals But AH Reg.K $3.50 up get a pair now New Mallory Hats $3.50 New Netjleton Shoes - $0.00 NewNeckwear 50c to $2.50 New Things All Time. Special Sale On Men's Trousers Befo-'e the arrival of our NEW SPRING TROUSERS we ore de sirous of disposing of ALL OUR FALL & WINTER WEIGHTS. So all $7.30 & JT.00 TROUSERS I5..1CI ?6.00 TROUSERS 54.23 $5.00 TROUSERS $3.75 $1.00 TROUSERS ' $3.00 $3.50 TROUSERS $2!"h $3.00 TROUSERS , $2 SO WE'VE LOTS of ALL SIZES excepting 33 and 34 waist and a few of then. A FALL WEIGHT trpuser is better for good liard servlco than a light weight and these are our good grades in the -CROWN MAKE." NEW MALLORY HATS $3.30 NEW NETTLETONS $1100 New NECKWEAR .50c to $2.10 iros., uo. The Safe Place, Main St ffllllil piPisii Iff i ill III MSii : Mi-llli if r iJl'i -3 It Ki'tr h tLtuv I IFrp- tiKit-'fii It Pri 'r l-f i-HS'f 'Mm f I'll?' t rf InSI'SrlS! Mr '" v HI TELLS OF HIS Bisbee Man Paper ol I ells Douglas. I-urmshing ' Beef to Camps PROPOSITION IS Ed Tovrea, of liiihco, was in thp ei: -sienlay for the purpose of rnftitinK Rome cattle men from tiim h in buying hfef. Mr. Tov. rpa, IRldcs having two of the big pes' butcher lulnees In the War ren dHirict at Uiabce and Lowell, is also handling tho beer contracts foi the ooiiBtnictum camps on- the eitenslon of the El I'aso & South western railroad. He stated voaler- ''ilaj evening that he was killing i from four to seven beeves dally to supply the twenty-six grading camps on uih iiimv line ueiwceu. fuiruanusi am) Tucson. To do thU requires the: uiaiiucuiince ui iwo improiseu . regarUitiR Hliort weights and he said, slaughter houses, five wagons and Wo are hero for ihe purpose of pro tccms. besides a force of a dozen tectlng the people-and I belleie that men. Mr. Tovrea Is giving this con- we should take action In regard lo tract his porsonal attention: 'and 'this proposed ordinance." makes from two to tlireo tris to j The major's attention was "called the new line of road every week, ito the lejiort of the sealer of weights Mr Tovrea. has been in the butch-j and measures of the city of Tucson er business for more than twenty !'. a piominent citizen yesterday and years In Arizona, successive! v at the mayor will obtain. data from Tup) Gila Bend, l'hoenls. Jerome and in ' BO on the workingH of the ordinance llisbce for the last ten years. Heit,,ere an1 submit it to the Blsbea had the contract and supplied baet i council. The following from the re to the contractors at tho Roosevelt ' 1n of ,,lc Ti.cson olHcialsr gives dam for two years during the con- !'ome ld6a , of tuo operation of the struction of that great resenoir. , ordinanco In that city Mr. Tovrea was one of the ielo-' . Works in Tucson, gates from Cochise county to the .. M? othcr Instances might be r,1nKtIHiMnnf1 r-nnvontlnn nml Is considered to be about as close to Governor Hunt and other new state officials as anyone in Cochise coun ty and is suspected of having in side information concerning appoint ments to be made by the new gov ernor, aiier ins insiauauon nexi or course amons tlle mnmn( rabie ,)Ur. week Tovrea. however, declares cnnses Tnc crroction of aenceM that he is no wiser than others and .spates has, therefore, lesulted to the would not undertake to make slate general financial betterment of tv,e for the reporter last night, but ad- people at large, including uudoubtcd mitted that he regarded R. B. Sims, jy, thousands of dollars annually, of "this city, as almost certain to "The inspection of coal-wcighiug ap get the position of superintendent of paratus. milk containers, yard sticks the prison. Ho stated that the ap- brend. liquid measures, etc., have re pointment of Mulford Wlnsor as suited similaily to the benefit of pur private secretary to the governor chasers, because the great majority o' should be satisfactory to all, as .Mr. merchants, ignorant of the fact tha Winsor is a man of known ability their. scales read unreliably, piompt and of excellent qualification for !' and cheerfully weicomo these lq the position. Douglas International, spoctlons and subscouent correction? land adjustments. While upon this subject. I will say that I have en LINCOLN WAS SOFTHEARTED ntorl scales that while apparent ly Lalancing properly, so far as the t Throughout the War It Cut Him ; the Quick to Have to Sign a Death Warrant.' te In the American Magazine Ida M. Tarbell has told a really great Lincoln story. It is presented in the form of recollections of Lincoln, told by Billy Brown, a Springfield, 111., druggist, who knew Lincoln intimately. Follow ing is an extract from a talk Lincoln once gave his old friend Brown. It is presented just as Brown told it: "Then there's that pardoning busi ness. Every now and then I have to Hr it un with Stanton or some officer for pardoning so many boys. I sup- nno tt'a tirottr mr1 fr.r hotn nnl tn , have all their rules lived up to. They've worked out a lot of laws to euieiu this army, and I s-pose It's natural enough for 'em to think tho most im ponant thing In tho world is bavin 'em obeyed. They've got It fixed so the hoys do everything accordin' to regulations. They don't even let 'em die of something that ain't on the list got to die accordin' to the regula tions! But by jingo, Billy, I ain't goln' to have boys shot accordin' to nc dumb regulations! I ain't goln' to u. ,... -!,. a -. ivu.. i the army If I can help it. Jfs so what they say. that I'm - for an excuse to pardon some body. 1 do 0, every time I can find a reason. ihen they're young or when they're green or when they've been worked on by Copperheads, or when they've got disgusted lyln' still and come to think we ain't dola our job when I se I that I ain't goln' to have 'cm shot. "And then there's my leg cases I've got a drawerful. They make Holt maddest says he ain't any use for cowards. Well, generally speakin', 1 ain't, but I ain't sure what I'd do il I was standln' In front of a gun, and more'n that, as I told Holt one day, If Almighty God gives a man a coward ly pair of legs how can'he help theli running away with him? Stops Sp amng. Two small curved ribs ltam th (pout n a new actl-splasblng faucet prev nt the water spattering as it Is sues, no matter what the pre&ure MEDICINE USED IN RURAL piS. TRICTS I Over 33 per cent of the population of the United States are said to live ! lu rural districts remote from physi cians or drug stores and they are obliged to depend upon proprietary medicines to a very great extent. ' To the women in these homes, such , standard remedies as Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound comes as i a boon and a blessing. For nearly forty years this splen- did medicine, compounded from roots iand herbs, has been relieving the wo men of this country from the worst ' forms of female Ills-. Merit alone , could bav e stood such a test. ; AVOID TROUBLE BY HAVING YOUR INSUR ANCE WRITTEN BY BRUCE PERLEY, . THE MAN WHO KNOWS HOW.. . . iEffl IHSPH t T i (Success of Ordinance BIG1 Tucson Wins Advo m i cates in rsisbee USEFULLNESS SHOWN A weights and measures ordinance. Minllar to that of the city of Tucson, if. being advocated for Rlsbee. Coun cilman Quick, of the eity council, is one of I he advocator. He brought the matter un at tho l.iit meeting of the city council and urged that some action bo taken on the ordinance that wjk piciiared nearly a year a?o nud lies neen allowed 10 reina.n in a j.iKeon hole since that time. The Ihf rnunrll oouucllniaii reimrtcd to that he has received many complaints 'iuu.ru. uiwuk. Ill me case OI men: tieut Italances and scales, it follows naturally, since they have almost in varlntly been found to favor the deal er. that similar conditions control rel ative to all other commodities in dally use by the people, thus enta.ilinp a heavy aggregate ioss. distributable. naked eye can discern, under the test inR apparatus clearly indlcito c'onsii. erante variances, to the exten of as much as eight ounces to the avolrd". pols no'ind. caused bv the wearing o knife edges or from other reasons. In such instances, the dealers are not morally biamable, but, nevertheless lne corrections rendered through sue inspections revert to tho people's benefit." In regard to the number of inspec tions. aipprocals, condemnation am the seizures, the report was in detail with a summary showing total Inspec tions of 267, condemnations 149 jrv provals us. seizures 30. Tho results so far as our citizen- hln is concerned are hfchlv irmfifv inK bcauso the Institution of "the in SnCCtlOll S.VStem haS CatlSed tile S.ll '"g to .ur ".uIe of several thousands ,,-t,.i,.. ,h , -, -, - -. Uw...u uj luiiijieiiiu:; correc "a ,"',"' " J?'1 "V."?" A tvpiral insianre. Hut of imttr mav be ciled in Uiustration: .Practi r?llv all of the butter roiipl in Tucson is received throiieh viia f ,-r. go ft Co.'3 Express. That m'mmnr-. fWAPllp rli . .. a . ,..Uo o,iU aicrp moniiii)" re ceipts of about ir.000 rounds. But ter tests, four months ago. proved the average roil to contain H 3- ounces avoirdupois; at present Jhe aronirp "'"- "f roil is lo 1-2 Ounces. Sinc "1P neople of Tucson are now nhfi!... ...-,-.. - ... .- - " tiLIter ?u"ces "t!onal to SKSffi K., an avelace ret;lll sein m UDo ccnts per pound, with a total monthlt consumption of ie.0 pounds.'wouU mean J300 per month, or, proportion ctcly $3,!00 per annum upon this sli gle item, HUMOR IN HIS EXAGGERATION Jablth Furlong's Recital Illustrates the Characteristic That Makes Maine Stories So Amusing. Novel and exaggerated smiles and comparisons characterize Maine speech Instead of such commonplaces as ",s light as a feather" and "An dark as a pocket." the comparisons are likely to bo "Forty pounds lighter than a straw hat" and "As dark as the inside of a cow." And it Is this same humorous ex aggeration that make3 many a Maine story so likeable. Jablsh Furlong, who worked for old man McKusick in hay ing time, had it. "I had the greatest luck out gunning the other day," said Jablsh. "I was walking a log across a deep hole in the brook, when I see a squirrel up a spruce on the furder bank. I up right there and fired, and I fetched down 'he squirrel and a partridge besides that was sctttn' In the spruce buddlD But the old gun kicked me into the brook. Well. I floundered around catcbin' holt of everything wtthlD reach, and when I found myself up on the bank. I bad a mink in one hand, a mushquash In t'other and the scat o' mer pants was full o' trout." Big feature pictures Star Theatre todsy and Monday. ESDAY TO see noon Taft Misses'- Lincoln's' Birthday But Selects ! Another Day as Signiiranl j THE VALENTINE STATE J WASHINGTON, D. t. Feb I 10 (SptM-ial to Review.) Th president will issue bis ' proclamation admitting Ari- , zona Into the union, on Feb- j runry II. at 10 am. ( ? The president's proclamation ad mitting Arizona Into the union of states will bo a Valentine. A tele gram irom The Rei low's correspond ent at Washington, yesterday an nounced that tho president had set next Wednesday, February 14. .at 10 o'clock a.xn as the time for Issu ing his proclamation. The president. It was assumed, ws unable to Issue the proclamation on February 12, the anniversary of Lincoln's birth, but he has done the ttefxt best thing, and will admit "Wo'una" to the V. S. on St. Valen tine's Day. Of course thero will be those who win charge that the president is flirting with Arizona for the bestow al ofyher delegation to the republican national convention, but it probably lust so happened that the prod, ma tion wilt be issued-on the annual mat ing day. Though the proclamation will be larded with heavy language as " it appearing to-wit: Tho presi lent, that conditions heretofore pre scribed having been complied with, to-wit: eliminating the recall, now therefore b It and It is hereby or dained that Arizona Is a state in fee simple and fee complex, and entitled to all the privileges and appurtenan ces appertaining thereunto and there under and moreover, as hereinbefore provided for and herein referred to singularly, phtrally, collectively, pro bono publico, e pluribus unum and multum In parvo and more adlib," tht meaning that will be conveyed in the language of the.Arizonans is, Bill, you are on." Celebration Sltll Heard The celebration idea Is still fen mentlng in Bisbee, and there is still a likelihood that it will be pulled oft if Bisbeo overlooks the celebration, 't will stand unique among the cities of the territory In more ways than in having more V O. lock boxes and more femlnie iostal clerks than any "lty in Arizona. Professor C. F. Phllbrook, superin tendent of the schools of the district, has agreed to allow the school chil dren (o participate in any celebration tht h held, aHd will grant a half holiday on Admission Day if it is re quesreil by the president of the board of trade or a celebration committee. Whether or nbt tho elected officials of tho state of Arizona take the oath of office on the day on which the proclamation is signed by the presi dent, depends on Uio disposition o. the chief justice of the supreme court of Arizona, which will administer the oath of offlco to the officials. If. as was dono In Now Mexico, that ofli cial prefers to wait official informa tion, that is, tho proclamation it self, then Arizona officials will wait until tho return of Messenger Kirke from Washington. As Governor-elect Hunt has said that he would take the oath of ollice on the day of the issuance of the proclamation. It is presumed that he has been assured by the chief justice that he will as sume telegraphic information from Washington that the proclamation has been Issued, as official informa tion. If talng3 are running smoothly In the president's official household next Wednesday. Arizona will mat w-ith 'he union on St. Valentine's Day, and between tho lines of the heavy stufl in the proclamation, the sentimental may read- Roses are red, violets aro blue; Bees love honey, but Oil, yon Arizona! RULER MAKES THE SEASONS When Ertperor of China Declares It Is Summer People All Doff White Clothing. The emperor of Chin, has some strange JuUes. One of these Is the ordering of the seasons. It is summer In America when the sun warms tho earth, and not until then, but in China. It Is summer when tho emperor (or. at the present Uaie, the regent) says ii s summer. As soon as the emperor declares that summer has come every body In China puts off winter clothing, and arrays himzelf In summer garb, no matter what his feelings on the sub ject may be All domestic arrange ments are made to suit the season, as proclaimed by the emperor, although they may not suit the Individual at all The nearest approach to the Chinese system of ordering the seasons is the practice observed In France la all pub He buildings. There It is winter on and after October 1 Fire are then lighted In all government offices, and the employes exchange their whltf- summer nalstcoats for the thicket and darker ones of winter. At thai date the public libraries are closed at four, and In tho streets the sellers of toasted chestnuts make their appear ancc. In official France It is winter, no matter what the weather may say and no matter what unofficial France may think. Big feature pictures Star Theatre today and Monday. ADVERTISE IN THE REVIEW ION ; Wind- FINAL CLEARANCE OF MEN'S SUITS This is the final we 2k ol the big clothing sale. For this week we have reduced ali suits made to sell at Si 2.50 and $15.00 for fast selling at MR & . - a'. . X"i Nine Dollars and Twenty-Five Cents the Suit This is. a special inducement we are offering to close the season with a big money saving event. There are suits in this assortment that resemble $25.00 suits and probably will wear as well. Not a lot of ill made and ill fitting garments made to sell cheap, biit good, well made, well fitted and shaped garments that are manufactured to sell for more. All seams are accurately stitched, the pockets inserted correctly, the buttons securely fastened, trousers shaped the same as a twenty-five dollar suit, in fact you will be well pleased with one of these suits at the low price. MIMtf li ' law 1 111 ff p:ia "v s-i;j rcjsr t LAI V In P"L-!M sty c. - 1 I fiH I fe cl 1 9HK I tl .. . 1 immlwk I USsJel I Vk -isw'ft-. LTrg--.ti!jre i:Kw 1 mm 6SSS s&a tTvi?i Sssa 1 "MT?si nvmi-rjn I !! 1 JiJ"? I- PROF. SHAW HERE. Pror. Shaw of New York City, is now engaged as a pianoist at City of Bisbee Saioon on O. K. Street from 7-30 to 10 p. pj. It. Carretto, prop -Ifil Brief Local Items j Son Born. . Born to Mr. and Mrs. Milo Sargei't, ! j i f- rr-..!i . Ui J. XV, llilll, U bUIl. j Trimmer to Arrive. , Miss DeVilviss, an experienced east ern milliner, will arrive in this city ! about February ISth to take charge of the trimming department of the Bon -Ton Millinery company. Decker to Speak. Rev. E. G. Decker, of tho First Methodist church, will speak at the Y. M. C. A. men's meeting this after noon. There will be special music and singing. All men are cordially invltcd. Social a Success. Tho Y. M. C. A. social at the gymnasium Friday evening was a splendid success. A large audience of men and women enjoyed the varied program that had been arranged and which included music and athletic stunts. Both the Copper Queon and Calumet & Arizona bands played dur ing the evening. Building Progresses. The moulds of the first story of the Knight3 of Columbus building on Opera Drive harebeen built and the cement will be poured sometime thl" week. Owing to the narrowness of the street, the entrance will bo on tire north irtde. clce to the street and there will be a rw seeond s4ory es trance. " . rvimtn fMnh flanriv ' Invitations are out for" tho dance of E5Z32EKOE Up mm JiHF U&& 7 V-.' -i U V X ., 7 Vfh , Mt rifv 1 V ANNOUNCEMENT We are now located the Johnson Block. Main Street, with a full line of men's dress and work Shoes. First Class Shoe Repairing in conn ection. Our Motto Is "THE BEST ONLY" Therefore we guarantee all Shoes and Repairing. Guarantee Shoe and Leather Co. Rhone 382 Borrego Bros, M'p'rs- fv ?rxa,x. 'st tfi-V r- 29&1. t.J? "?, r " t?YSjJt3S$ For Manufacturing ZSS-g SrqX'gKvg) C. M. HENKEL, Jeweler and Optometrist the Warren District Country club, to celebrate the completion- of the addi tions and the reopening of the houso. Invitations speak of the fair as "Informal," but rumors that It will be quite elaborate. af are Leave for Kansas. F. E. Baldwin and Mrs. Anna Hall left yostorday for Literal, Kansas, to attend the bedside of their mother, Mrs. A. Baldwin, who is seriously III Up from Sonora. W. G. McDonald is here with -his wife, Mrs. Jeness McDonald. Mr. McDonald is manager of the Mnlbabi saw mills near Frontcfas, Mexico. I Fined for Fighting. t, i Frank Russell and W. C. Clarr. were arrested yesterday by city ol "flcers on the charge of fighting ann fined $7.50 each, which they paid. Neil Owens wa3 arrested yesterday af ternoon on the same charge -and was sent to Jail to await his hearing. New Gas Mains. A force of workmen employed by the gas company is working day and night shitt laying new mains in tho 1 uslness section of the city While the gang was at work on the street between the Copper Queen store arJ general office, the fire department was kept informed as to the location cl obstacles in the street Kiest Pays License. Jos. Kiest. 'who was arrested for flnfncr tniRinesa In tha rltv limits without paying a license, took out a license yesterday ana we case Sale rf' or Repairint in First-Class Shape Go to against him was dropped. Kiest Is tho Bisteo representative of a Brook lyn tea concern. I Droadvv3y Being paved. The pavement of Broadway alley is progressing. The alley is bein; paved with brick, laid on edge, to make climbing easier. When com pleted It will afford residents ot School Hill a smooth and wcli-lightel and nearer way of going home. Tha pavement changes what was one ot the worst walk:) in tho city to one of the best. Visitors from North. The Sandon brothers of St Paul. Minn, are the guests of Mrs. Jenesi McDonald. The Sandon brothers (fou in number) are well known In the musical world, and while In the city rendered a musical program at tho Y M. C. A. They are touring the southwest and filling vocul cngago ments In all the larger cities, but stopped at Bisbee for the purpose ot visiting their old time acquaintance, Mrs. McDonald. Clevern:s3 ef School Boy. Young Garnet Cochran, of the Lin coln school, has proven himself a clever artist as well as an embryo sculptor by constructing a miniature of a desert caravan, fully equipped for an over-desert Journey. The three steers are moulded of clay and the "schooner" was made through a nat ural ingenunity aided by a jack-knifo. The outfit Is complete, even to the wa ter keg and' the cooking pot swing ing from the axle oLthc wagon. The "outfit" Is on exhibition at tho Cen tral school building. . j to ! zl 1 ? s e o 'i a 2 al M: V rnmmr .t... ........... . - . . ..