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THE BiSBEE DAILY REVIEW, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1913
IN " FULL SWAY
tfBWyoiUv, Nov. 19. Stocks r;
fti "lowly, and trailing wag stupid to-
"ay. except for one arly ported whea
the market was depressed by a fairly
native Belling movement. Jn that per
iod was ospreeaed the true state of
leellng la the street, wtifcfe 1b uadfe
. The present situation Is so full of
uncertainties though, that bear do
not venture to carry their meveaefit
far. The final price changes, whtie
generally, slowing losses, e not im
Continued lack of definite Informa
tion regarding Mexican affairs', affect
ed sentiment unfavorably. The day's
trading news was also depressing.
Steel reviews indicated closing down
Of mills as not unlikely. One large
fcteel concern is reported to have laid
off 1C0O employes on account of popr
J The money market is easier call
loans being renewed at 2 3-4 Bonds
Were inaftUy steady though there was
pressure In spots. Total sales ?1,
reO.OQO. 'Governments unchanged.
f Llj&New York
. 34 1-S
. 92 1-2
. 55 1-2
. 20 1-2
. 123 1-2
e &. tin
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Brooklyn Ilapid Transit
ijaltlmore Si, Ohio ....
(5besapeakef& Ohio ....
Great Northern . . , i. . .
lnterboro CommofiTvE 14
Lehigh Valley 144 1-2
Mlesowri PaeJfle .... .... ...
Northern i'aeirte .... 101 1-S
New York Central 95 1-2
HeadaK '. 181-2
Kock Island .. 111.1
SMr ,. 10S
Steel Common SS 5-8
Steel ITd 1051-2
Southern I'aeiflc SG 1-8
.k ,v. 160 W
December , ,. 13.30
Adventure ... ,11-2
Alaska -..- 201-2
Algomah .; .11-8
Iiutto Superior t. .... .... 301-2
Calumet & Ileola 410
Catemet & Arizona 62 34
Copper Range 3G1-2
East Butte :. 10 1-2
Granby .,..,.. 603-1
Greene 'Cananca '.,.. ".,.. .. 31
Glroux ,....,...,. ...: .... 13-4
Goldfield ....'' ... 11-2
That Jar of MUSTEROLE
On life Balh-noom Shelf
It's relieved pain for nearly
everyone in the family When
Ifttla Susie had the cioup, when
Johnny got his feet wet
and caught cold, when
lamer hprained his
That jar of
there to give relief and
MU3TEROLK Is a clean, white
ointment, xnaile with oil of mus
tard. It will not blister like a
!Quick relief "for Sore Throat.
Bronchitis, Tonsllltis, Croup, Stiff
neck. Asthma, Neuralgia, Head-
ache. QonEtfilon, Flourlgy, Uliou'
matisni, Lumbago, l'lilim and
Aches of. the ttaok Of Jolnti
Sprains, jSore MiibcIcs, Bruised,
Chilblains, trusted Keet, Colds on
the Clickt -.(it pievonts Pneumo
nia). Nothing like MUSTEKOLE
for croupy children.
In 25c and 50c jars, and a
special largo haspltat size for
"" Accept no substitute.
If your druggist can
not supply you, send
2Cc or 50c to the MUS
Cleveland,, Ohio, nnd
we will mail you a jar.
postage prepaid. (60)
S. J, Buchanan. Lowcllvillc, Ohio,
"We have been using Mustcrole
for two or 'three years past and
find It very 'good. It Is always In
our medicine cupboard."
(Received .Ay U J. Overlook)
uostos, Nov. M-ffce oiy e
couraglng tafftire in tha umrtrt afJ
..r.... 1.. .j... . .. ... ..ifl
I'iwoii to imv m'wmimvm uhyfik
trnlcli is indicate ii th rutM! hi.
crease In the number cf siucbbolden.
In Investment companies and the
large number of odd lot transactions
being made. This Investment iuying
does not stow In the market, but the
volume of stocks In the aggregate
which Is thus removed from the mar
ket is enormous anl will furnish the
strongest argument tor a bull marks
When confidence returns. Total sales
New York 1109,900. Metal 151-4 to
Old Dominion 4
Phelps Dodge 210
Inspiration Consolidated. ....
jslo Royale .1.
MifamI .... i.T.. .?."... 213-4
Mohawk . , .
Nlplssing . . .
Shattuck ...I , -'J2'
Supericr oBston ...'.1 .... . 2 34
Utah Consolidated .... ,. .. 81-2
Utah Copper .-. 481-2
B. L L.
New Cornelia 314
North Tigre 8
Sierra ... ... C
S. W. Miami 2
San Antonio ..... 2
Savanna i 1
Tonopah .... 4 1-2
Warren ...) y, ,1 Gl-8
Tpnopah Belmont 714
fWest Bnd 122
Wolverine ... fi. 75
Warrior .,... 1..S0
Verde ..,. ... .-. :. -45
Calumet Oil .A .' 40
Baltimore Oil 25
Gold Reed 5
Davis Daly ....'. 1 7-S
Elenlta at ...
Kerr Lake . . .
Lucky Tiger . .
t Mex Met .
1 ; Mason Valley
1 Morn than 70Q.090 bushels of gralo
were on board vessels' lost during ra-
icerit storm on Great, LaSee.
( State of .Vew' York has brought suit
against Brie railroad to recover ?61P.
d, alleged 'd.-tmagesas .result of for
est lires sfarted'' byuparkyrom rail
road's loconloti'ves. mJ
"Feeling fit" is merely a
matter of health. You can
feel fit and full of vim and
vigor through the regular use
of a good mineral water.
Standing alone in its class,
the high regard in which
WHITE ROCK WATER is
held hy the doctors of today js
attested by its enormous sale;
Incomparable Mid-Season Reductions On
Women's Tailored Suits, Cloth Dresses, Coats And Millinery
Here's a chance to get a smart Fall
and Winter Hat at about one-half its
real value. Tailored and Dresa styles
In a pleasing variety tht usually sell
for $6 50 and
S7 50 Cbdfce for f$0J
11 hue no idea how quickly these
pr"ttv Trimmed Hatb wi.l be .napped
u at this special sale price. The
Mason's best (Styles and colors repre
sented Recular $10 and S12 50
lvalues for GT3j.
offered at prices
THE STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST
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Our entire remaining stock of Women's Tailored Suits, Coats, Cloth Dresses and Millinery are
that bear no relation whatever to their real value.
The Garments include a splendid variety of style and coloring. Each one of them was especially selected as a par
ticularly good value. They were originally priced at figures that we considered clo3e and they were voted by all
who saw them to be excellent money's worth at regular prices. v
In offering these smart, handsome Suits, Coats and Drcises, and ulira-fashionable Millinery at such extraordi
nary reductions at this period of the, season, we are presenting a distinct buying opportunity to the wome nof this
District. Don't miss it!
SU I TiS
-n (u vara
WORTH TO $20.00
A racK of Suits that will
rejoice the heart of th
woman wpo wants a
fctylish, up-to-date, ser
viceable bull for general
purposes at ait amazing
reduction In price.
Made of line serges,
whipcord and nobby mix
tures, best linings and
good tailoring werth. up
to. $18 50 Choice for
WORTH TO $27.50 j WORTH TO $32.50
Here are huurt, well
tailored suits that you
can depend upon as
thoroughlj up-to-date in
stjle. of good materials
and absolutely perfect m
Fashioned of Whip
cords, Diagonals, Serges
and Novelties. A glance
will tell you they were
txot over-priced at origi
nal figures $25 and $27.50
Handsome Tailored SuiK
up-to-the-minute in style
and fabric at such r
ridiculously lav. price
that few women who
.really appreciate smart
suits at an economical
price will be able to re
sist tho tempting values.
Materials Include Matr
lase. Brocades, Broad
cloth. Serge and fine
Mixtures Choice for
$35 To $37.50 Tailored Suits
You rnuit come and see these stunning. Ugh chm Suits td fully appreciate the
merits of this remarkable otter, for mere words are utterly inadequate in describ
ing the entrancing beauty of these delightfully new garments.
Visions of loyclmesc; copies of imported models evolved In the fertile minds
of master Parisian artists. Made of soft.clin?iiig materials that pocsess wonder
ful draping possibilities Including Brocage Jr.cquard, Duventyne, Broadcloth,
I'opIIhs and Fancies $15.00 and ?37.50 values for $26.65.
Worth to S18.50
These won't last long because of the ir
resistible attractiveness of the style and
value 'tnd also because of the limited
Thcio are smart, practical Tailored
Tracks of Wool Serge and Poplin, In
stylos to meet the pronounced deas of
the woman of quiet taste. Beautifully
draped models and smartly trimmed;
values to 31S.50 ior 312.65.
Worth to 522,50
One of the biggest surprises of your life
, awaits yott at "The Fair" this morning.
I 'Just imagine paying $14.05 for handsome
j cloth dresses that were never Intended
to retail for less than $20 and $22.50.
( And really these prices aro a conscrva
i tive estimate of their true worth.
Materials Include Serge, Poplin, Whlp
i cord, Eponge and Ratine in all wanted
j colors Choice $14.95-
Deputy Sheriff Red Gannon received
a letter yesterday from Sheriff J. D,
Patty, of Greenlee countyj. stating that
the two check artists who were ar
rested here In the Phelps Dodge store
hy Officer Kempton' were being taken
to F.orence to begin aervlag terms to
which they were sentenced quickly
after being .taken to Clifton to face
the 'forgery charges on which they
wero taken from here.
Sheriff -J. D. Patty came here after
the men and took them to Clifton,
n the superior court there, they
pleaded guilty and were sentenced to
cere from one to 14 years in tho peni
tentiary. They gave their names as
WilMam Ihitchinson and A. M. Rus
sell. When arrested here they had pur
chased gcods to the amoun'. of S21.
at the Phelps Dodge store and ten
dered a check for $C in payment
The name of a prominent Sulphur
Springs cattleman was signed to the
check. The cashier of the store be
came suspicious and told the clerk to
detain the men while he called an of
ficer. Their arrest followed and while
they bad not succeeded in getting
money on the check Sere Deputy
Shenff t Gannon Had accomplished
fco;I work In looking them up else
where and had ascertained that they
hail operated successfully at Clifton,
where they were certain of conviction
It was !n consequence of this that
Slu riff Patty got them, no charges
being filed here.
The following is an advertisemeut submitted by Master Henry Attaway
the recent "AD" contest b Mr. ilalgler. :
The place to make big profits
Homes bought on highest paid cash
And sold on lowest terms, Big life and .fire insurance
with little fees.
Phone No. 76, Bisbee
The Real Estate Man,
Box 1762 Bisbee,'. Arizona.
Sale Of Coats That Guarantees Every Buyer The Most For
Her Money Garments That Embody All Elements Of Service And Worth
Regular Values to $18.50
It rdly seems probable tha: such an offer
fetJeoU would be made so early In the
MMMft, vrKh winter Just beginning and months
at m time ahead, 1W iripvextkelese It Is true.
AkL RWWft have onfcj to e these handsomo
om6 to'b cMviuftt th;.t they are positively
flJ-W vkHi- VMrUM In.MUe liouotos, As-
itfmn !ti pietty Xlr .:-CHoIce $13.75.
Regular Values to $22.50
These are pre-eminently the most beautiful
and finest Coata we 'have ever ottered atgpuch
an unusual low price 1, two weeks before
And we doubt if they can be duplicated
elsewhere in Bisbeo e-verf at Uie original
prices. $20 and $2S.C0. Made of Serge, Broad
cloth, Bedford Cord, Fancy Boucles, Astrak
han and 3 wide range of novelties.
Reduced trom S25 & S27.50
Yes Indeed; we are anxious to imve you see
tjietc beautiful Coats. eery pne on the second
floor Is bubbling .over wilh interest and ex
ci'temcnC We know if you,Jwijnpay this sec
tion a yiiit and take a peep at'tlle coats you
cannot tail to share oar enthusiasm. Coat
style 'and coat fabrics that- embody all Uio
latest and correct features for fall and win
ter. fzt-ui ana i.ou tames i". i?.so.
success mm of
IKE EP. S S. HI.
(Continued from Page 1)
employment will increase a good deal
more as the new business which is to
Le striven for is gained.
In the local passenger train service
cs regulated to the new running time
en tne main lii there aie t ad
Cit'onsl trains given tho public. The
new serviteo is considered exce it'on
a ! good betftfr the city and l'?ig
Ijs and El Paso. Among other tsgs,
lii-bee once mor has a dire.; -ra'n
to and from El Paso. Instead of stop-
i'ing for Uie night at Douglas, tho
main lino day train for El Paso no
omes to Bisbee, making this the divi
sion end terminal. It comes thronrh
ith its complement of Tnall, baggage,
express, day cars, buffet and parlor
car, tie full crew qf the train spend
ing the night here, following arrival
at & in the evening. This train goes
out each morning direct for El Paso
at 7.40. The Bisbee passenger has
the advantage, if he wishes it, of find
ing htij breakfast available aboard the
train. Nor Is there a change of cars
necessary between the city and Doug
las or El Paso.
THE ANTLERS CAFE
Main St, Phone 221
J. T. McGrath, D. McKee, Props
re made of good materialc,
good lumber, roofing, etc., i3
required in their construction.
If you aro contemplating
building a hlmo you shpuld ex
ercise good judgment in select
ing tho materials to be used
In its construction.
If you buy of us you will get
the best and at prices no high
er than inferior materials are
sold at elsewhere.
"Hiph Cost of Living"
Is a Misnomer When
Applied to Tobacco
Mascot a Great Factor in Keepins
Down the Cost of Tobacco Smoking
LtNDERSON I 1 s
watkins L.umber io-
We have just received a supply of
MEAL and CAKE
Best feed on earth for milk cows
that we wish to call our at
tention to at this writing
paint that is pretty in effect,"
durable and sun proof. We
furnish it In any quantity or in
standard size cans ready for
use in a moment Of coitrso
we have everything that goes
wilh paint sand paper, putty,
oil, driers, brushes, etc. Wo
guarantee all our materials and
charge moderately for them.
In reference to tobacco, th "high
roU of living" problem, which is at
present occupying the minds of the
AmdHwin nilfilff frAm nrt fwtlin1rl '
especially since Uie advent of Ma-scot
tobacco. As an instance, tho
manufacturers of Mascot claim that
in selling it for 5c they are giving tO
the smoking public just as much in;
quantity and quality as is provided
by the famous 10c Barley tobaccos. J
that their method of picking Mascot)
In moisture-proof poucfees H an idea!
method, both In point of cenredierfee i
and ability to retain the orlgiaal.
freshnes of the tobacco. To (mote,
them: "Mascot Is really a 16c prop
osition at a 5c expenditure." I
To support these arguments, and
to induco the smokers of this city,
to And out for themselves that their
claims are Justified, the makers of
Mascot have arranged with local
dealers to Rive freMfftr a few day
only a . handsomo "Maseqt Dog",
ftdarf'pln tpeacli purdtaorof a 5c
pouch of Mascot, '
These scarf-pins are sure to be in
Bssibee Lumber Company Inc.
Emil Marks, Mgr. Phone 25
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
Company Reduction Works
Wc are now in the Market
for the Purchase of -
Copper Ore and Copper Matte
Correspondence" Solicited. ,
great demand. Adv.
London Itoyal Society, conferred
goH medal on Dr. Alexander Graham
Bell, Inventor o! telephone
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co.
UUUULAS, AK1Z, 1