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THE BISBEE OAILY REVIEW BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1910
' ', ' ' PI i PAGESEVEll
Hay be permanently overcome
y proper personal efforts
with the assistance of the one
TRUiy lENCnCIAL IAXATIVE-SVRUP
Wm ENABLES ONE TO FORH tE6U(AR
HflNlS WHY. SO THAT ASSISTANCE TO
mm. m k gradually wspenseo
WW WHEN HO LONGER REEDED. AS THE
EST OF REMEDIES. WHEN REQUIRED
ARETO ASSIST NATURE AW HOT TO SUP
PLANT THE ftPRAL FUNCTIONS. WHKH
HOST lEPEMD SLTIHATEiy UPON PROPER
WORISHHENT. PROPER EFFORTS AND
RI6HT LIVING GENERALLY.
TO 6CT in BOOTCM. EFFECTS. RlViS(i BUV THE
6&'uwe.Syrup'Fics and Elixir cr Senna
twrcivso ev thi
California Fig Syrup
FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS
CSt 5IZF C-Mii.' PRICE 50 A BOTTIX
Erickson Howe Aaie mmed
their jewelry store into the new and
commodious nuarfpr In ihn Alfred
Paul building, opposite the Gadsden,
where they will be glad to welcome
their friends. They are now open to
the public and their store presents
a very attractive appearance. Quan
tities of cut glass, silver and hand
painted china are artistically arrang
1 ed, In their large show cases. Tho
present storo is lighter and better ar
ranged for the display of their stock.
The walls and celling are delicately
tinted with white and light blue, and
are in keeping with the general ap
pearance of the store.
Tho board of directors of tho Coun
try club held an Important meeting
last night and made plans for an ac
tho and interesting golf season,
which will begin next Sunday, and
will practically bo uninterrupted until
the coming of the Christmas holidays.
There are new cups offered, other
prizes put up and there will be din
ner contests between teams to be se
lected. Match play, medal play, team
play and individual work will all re
ceive encouragement by the directo
rate of the club, and tho busiest of
busy seasons is close at hand, Includ
ing the1 trip of a team to El Paso,
forjneiibershla upon which the golf-
Ti7gTconUngentlii inowiwoi klns.hard. I
fore the directors at their meeting
last night was the election of one
active member and two ladv assocl-
ate members. The club continues Its .
steady growth and a highly prosper-1
ous winter Is before it. with plenty
ot club activity along all lines.
trol of the Douglas street railway
FUNERAL OF M'GARTY
DOUGLAS, Oct. 3. (Special)
T. L. McGarty has gone home.
The last Bad rites hate been said
over all that was mortal ot him and
this has been laid away in conse
crated ground. His memory still
lives and will long lhe in the minds
of those who knew him and ad
mired his strong and manly nature.
This morning Douglas lodge 355
B. P. O. E. met at Elks hall and fifty
members marched with bowed heads
and measured steps down G ave
nue to the late residence ot their ab
sent brother. Here the beautiful fu
neral service of the order were con
ducted, unoer the direction of Ex
alted .Ruler Dodgo C. Hooper. These
e'jded, his brother Tlks followed the
body to the church, chore the im
pressive funeral sc-Ice3 of the Ro
man Catholic church were held by
Rev. Father Gheldorf. From there
to the grae was a sad journey that
many took to pay a last sad farewell
to one they had known and loved.
The services at the church were
largely attended and so wero the cer
emonies at the grave. Many hand
some floral tributes were offered to
the frlen and brother who had gone
A Beauty Tip
When the skli' "cVps on u isnmy ap
pearance one should taka -sppclal care
of It. Mote the -oap on vell with
water whfii washing. The fHCe should
be dried wun n T ofT towel Ap
ply a wlniplf rpmedy of one dram
of boracif add mixed with four
ounces of nt-cwutrr Itpforp the face
I quite dry n llltle powder ttliould b
placet! on It. Tlwm rub he face eently
with n chatnol affir tbf powder ha
dried. In many cae- wbr the blood
li not at fault for the condition thl
r-r'pdy will be found entirely sufll-
t a to take away tbe ataiuy appear-
"I t" coorplltj .
rUuM-eltt-d'; . I DuId ray be la 8a
vro tmartnm tost he cut auae Br
ore t til u v-WIng." Detroit Km
ihr trlnfi mut lw morand not
f 10 ux in tn tcr world loan tby
ar hrp. Tbl workl nalj
rtsr Kti, Wedk, WMry.WttoyEycawa
Dt.,-1 m UrU, Er ttmOt. Uril. 2b. Mc fUt
Mo-bi. Er Salvo, is AMpicTBM,2ScIjee
trrz books and advice free bt mail
m MSSUMEO HUES
Many are the men and women who
bae become famous under a changed
name, while they might have remain
ed unknown or practically so, despite
talent or ability had they retained
their given or baptismal name. It
Is not alone law breakers or lac
evaders -who change their names, of
ten without authority of the court,
but writers, actors, politicians, men
in eiery walk of life.
Th.ls question was Interestingly
treated upon by Judge Vann In New
York In the case of Smith vs. U. S.
Casually company, under the head
the common law right to change
one's name. Tho learned judge goes
Into history on the subject, touching
on the suffix son and prefixes ot
Mac, Fits and O. Ho comes to
lalnters, authors and others of ear
lier period and finally quotes Walsh'
Handbook of Literary Curiosities"
'Authors and actors know the al
uc of a mouth filling name. Herbert
Lythe becomes famous as 11 auric
"""jmure. uncsc u iooie cnarms
an "dience as Rosa d'Erina. John
"' uroaannn necomes Henry Irving.
Samuel C. Clemens and Charles R.
Browne attract attention under tho
eccentric masks of Mark Twain and
Artemus Ward. John Rowlands
would never liae become a great ex
plorer unless he had first changed
his name to Henry M. Stanley,
James B. Matthews and James IJ.
Taylor might have remained lost
among tho mass o' magazine contrib
utors but for their cunning in drop
ping the James and sanding forth as
Eradner Matthews and Bayard Tay
lor. "Would Jacob W. Reld have suc
ceeded as well a3 Whitelaw Reld?
While some of these names are
merely professional psuedonyms, oth
ers arc adopted as tho real name,
and In time became the only name of
the person who assumed it.
"Many other Instances of volun
tary change of name, might be ad
ded, but we will mention only two
more. In Larke's 'General Grant and
His Campaigns, (page 276) it is
stated, and the fact is well known,
that Gen. Grant's baptismal name
was Hiram Ulysses, and he bore that
appellation until he was appointed S.
cadet at West Point. Gen. Hamer,
who nominated him for a cadetship,
by some means got his name mixed!10 tidsz
up with that of his brother. He was
ney Grant." and that same onceso
recorded on the books of the mill
Ury ac0 W not bo changed
He was baI'sed into tho military
ECh01 as u s- Grant ani bo nas
eer since been thus designated.
Another Instance, equally well estab
lished by current history, is that of
president Cleveland, who had the
baptismal name of Stephen G.
CIe eland. After he entered his
teens he omitted the word 'Stephen'
and assumed the name of Grover
Cleveland, by -which he was known
throughout his distinguished career.
"Out of the groundwork of custom,
as shown by the early history of tne
subject, the common law sprang and
ras gradually developed. The an
cient custom was for the son to
odont a sur name at vMi, regardlesa
of that borne by his father, and the
nractice continued occasionally until
the present time, has extended to the
slven .name also. If the Insurance
policy in question had been issued
nnder the same clrcnrastancos. t
General Grant or President Clet
.and. would it have been valid? In
deed, it may well be asked, would It
have been valid If Issued to either of
those noted men. had it followed the
name given at birth Instead of the
one acquired oy adoption and by
which they were known while filling
the most exalted positions and will
be known for all time? There are
but few decisions directly in point,
although there are many dicta by
eminent judges recognizing an estab
lished rule that a man may change
his came. Christian, surname, or
both, without resort to legal proceed
A single turn of the handit of a bptt
letter stamping machine cuts a stam
from a strip, moistens and aiSxe it.
registers the transaction and ejects the
To ma We it possible reach tbe bot
torn of a trunk vithont xtooping ot
an Illlnois'"nfan ban patented a trunk
with metal logs which slide in guide
ways on the corners to raise it.
A new machine separates tbe white-
and yolks of opened egRS by allowing
the former to pas through a sieve and
automatically ejects bad eggs, which
will not separate, their weight tripping
The fact remains that aviation would
be an ideal sport: If the earth did not
keep getting la the way. Kaunas City
Women will hare to leant bow to get
off an airship better than they do ofi
a street car. Tbe steps are awful blfib.
:t won't be 1ob oow before cosa
plaint will be registered et tbe creed
of the avlattoa ceaspaates la over
crowding the alnhlpa. peer service
generally ia aatiqaated ihlea. Bade
qate landtag facBUiea, sad se .
Daily Fashion Hint
BBBKf . 4aaac
gy43tfig3? ""sIIa 'aaaav
t 9b8bE -j fcS""C- v asK
!auaaanf 1? ? -. VV V' l HK
mnucoifMGHT in sy ECi-ruiut
ixxcvcurx corntfiuT. , wtw tvkk wcmalu vq.
Must Make It
Pay You To Read
Whatever he does to make his
store ot moro importance to you than
me store o" his competitor must
be explained, hinted or suggested
to you and he can only do that by
enchaining your attention to his
He Is aware that you "know
things" about stores about goods
values, prices. He therefore knows
that to advertise something that is
actua'ly high priced or not actually
priced on a profit-dividing plan is
to merely give proof of the non-use-fulness
cf his store to you.
;Xow the r-erchant knows that his
storo Is useful to you. And he knows
that he must make it more and more
so. So his problem resolves itself
5JQNLY. GOOD VAL-
TISING, HE MUST MAKE
EVERYTHING IN HIS STORE
Thus, to mako storekeeplng pay
he must be a big advertiser, and to
make advertising pay he must make
it pay tho person who reads It.
The inexorable logic of modern
business therefore compels the
merchant to make it pay you to read
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' Estate of William Harris, Ds
ceased Notice is hereby given by tho
undersigned, the Executor of the
last Wl'J and Testament of William
Harris, deceased, to the creditors
of and all persons having claims
against the said deceased to ex
hibit them, with the necessary vouch
ers, within four months after the
first publication of this notice to
the said Executor at the office of
F. B Dorr, attorney for said Execut
or. BIsbee Arizona, the same being
the place for the transaction of the
business of said estate, in said coun
ty of Cochise.
Executor of the last Will and Test
ament of William Harris, deceased.
Dated this 1st. day of October,
First publication October. 4, 1910.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
Of the Second Judicial, District o-
the Territory of Arizona, in and foi
tho County f Cochise.
John H, Slaughter. Pntntlff. vs.
G. Ke!ly, Defendant.
Action brought in tbe District Cour
ot the Second Judicial District of th
Territory of Arisona, in and for the
County cf Cochise and the ccmrlala
filed in the cUd County ot Cochise
in the office ot the Clerk ot said Dls
The Territory of Arizona send
Greeting To J. Q. Kellj.
You are hereby required to appes
la an action brought against you d
the above named plaintiff, In the Dls
trict Court ot the Second Judlcla
District of the Territory of Arizona
in and for the County ot Cochise, ant
to answer the complaint filed then
in within twenty days (exclusive o
the day of service), after the serrletj
on you of this summons (if serve
within the county; otherwise wKfcif
thirty days) or Judgment by detent
YM be takes against you accordtoc
to the prayer ot said computet. .
Given under ray hand and the Sea
of the Dtotrict Court of the Seem,
Judicial District of the Territory of Ar
ixoaa, in aad for the Cooaty of Co
chiae, this 4th day of May, hi th
year of oar Lord one theaaaad B4e
A. R. OAKDNlMt
T W. KBOOCW.
B. P. 0. ELKS
No. 671, mee
first and thtr
Tuesdays ot eack
month at Od
Vltlng brothers cordially Invite
M. A. PETERSON,
OftDER EASTERN STAR
Pearl Chapter No. .
MeeU in .aiaaoala aal
Second and Faartt
Wednesday of oaat
Dovle Thomas, W. at
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Rathbone Lodz. No, H
KnIAt cf Pythlai
meer the first- secont
Jand fourth TusiCIpjs cl
gecch month In Pythta
F Ca stlii
Vlilting brother oi
W. C. MAINZ, C. C.
C. KRIGBAUM. K of It- B
t. & 3rd
S0N0RA LODGE No. 23,
I. 0. 0. F.
meets every Monday at 8 p. n. b
Masonic Halt Visiting brothers car
G. C. FISHER, N. O.
H. L. JENNINGS, Secretary
BISBEE LODGE No. 10,
I. 0. 0. F.
vYedSoSday evening In Odd Folio
Hall. Main St. Visiting brothers
nordiatly tnvlled to attend.
Win. TAYLOR, N. O.
THOS ELAIR, Secretary.
DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH
bodge No. 3 meets In L O. O. F. hall
lain street, first and third Frldaj
venlnga ot each month.
GRACE H. KIOHT,
MRS MAUD PERRY, Secretary.
BROTHERHOOD OF, AMERI
Richard I. Homestead ill
meets seccd and ftrart
Tuesday at Fair HalL
W W UIDLEY. For- -".o
4 I BOROUGHS,
P O. Box
I. 0. R. M.
'' -i !"hurd -.-t
7-30 o'clock in Pythian Cstle. All
visiting Red 5Ien welcome.
SAM VERRAN, SacheEi
F. C. FENDERSON, K. of R.
D. COHEN. Medicine Man.
tbe World meet a
Mmeuberz' hall the second aar
fo'inh Mondajs of each month. VI
ting brothers Invited to Bttead.
Geo. F. Black. C. a
C. N. Thomas. Clerk.
MU A Bisbee Camp No 13.413,
"rl. Modern Woodmen of
America, meets first and
and third Wednesday In Pythian
oastie. Visiting neighbors are In
vited to attend.
J D. TAYLOR R. L. MOTZ
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
EL PASO & SOUTHWESTERN
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the El Paso & South
western Railroad company, for the
election of Directors., to serve for
the ensuing year, and for the trans
action of such other business as
may bo properly brought before the
meeting, will be held at the office
of the company in Bisbee. Cochise
County, Arizona, on Monday Novem
ber 14, 1910, at 12 o'clock noon.
.N THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF COCHISE, TERR!.
TORY OF ARIZONA
In the Matter of the Estate of
Joslah Heal Mank, Deceaaed.
Notice cf Hearing Petition
Notice is hereby given that Clara
P. MankJiaaflled la this court, her
petition praying for letters of ad
ministration of the estate of Jo
slab Heal Mank. deceased, aad that
the fame will be heard oa Friday,
the 36th. day of September A. D
1919.. at 10 o'clock te the fereaees
of said day, at the Ceartreem of said
court, hi Tombstone, Comity of C
chiae, Territory of Arisen, aad af
persona iatereated la said estate art
"T&4? pdr 'ytr
Botlfied then aad there to appear aad
shew cause, if aay they bare, "Why
the prayer of said petiweaer akoafi
BOv a WtW -p, "
Dated 8etebw tStk, 1M9.
' Z. B. JAaTJM
: , Clerk.
WANTED. 1 FOR SALE. '' ' ' ' ' "
WANTED Men quick to learn a
trade in months instead of years;
No expsr.se for instruction; Auto
mobiles, electricity, plumbing, brick
laing. Actual- contract work; 200
students last ear. Catalogue free.
Apply Mr. Maldnnado, Judge High's
1 ' i
WANTED Men and women solicit
ors. A good proposition for 3 or
1 live peop'e, call at BIsbee Drug
Co, Lowell Branch. 432.
WANTED A partner In th? saloon
business, at once. Apply to the
St. Elmo Restaurant. Brewery A-e.
WANTED Eery new-comer In Bis
bee to get their barber work done
at The Oak Sirber Shop. Allen
Building, opposite Y. W, C. A.
per Queen Hotel.
273, MEN Learn automobile business.
Great demand for skilled help. We
teach by mail, send you Auto
Model. Get $23. Weekly job. Mako
$10., weekly while learning. RO
CHESTER, AUTO SCHOOL 169.
ROCHESTER, N. Y. 40C.
FOR RENT OR SALE 23 Room
House, rooms all full, splendid lo
cation, reasonable rent. Inquire
Standard Furniture Co, Allen
FOR RENT Furnished, front room
for rent 55 Cast Hill, Mrs Bur
FOR RENT Furnishfd room, 'rfdy
pr-. rrea :.i . Mm. 1'riiiK I hn
bon Castle Hi", rcir IMS 'Cc S.a-b'"-
FOR RENT After Oct, 15, 5 room
house 108 School Hill. Inquire
Mrs Connol'y 33t
FOR RENT Furnished or un-
furnished rooms, also light
housekeeping rooms, fun:
ishcj or unfurnished. C-.1
Sirsriard Purnlt-iru n
Building I'rewvrv .:ikh
'A. .- todghlll. Pro j.
Furnished or unfurnished
rooms for rent. Old Stand-
ard Furniture Co.'s Build-
ing. Brewery Gulch. W. S.
ROOMS FOR RENTt
Furnished or unfurnished,
Old Standard Furniture Cos
Building, Brewery Gulch, W.
S. Stodghlll Prop.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
room cottage. Apply Geo. Rob
erts, Main St., or 54 Mason Hill.
FOR RENT Furnished room close
In. Apply Hlch's House, next to
Stag Club. 98 School Hill. 307.
FOR RENT Best location in Bisbee
on Brewery Ave. A completely
furnished store including safe,
cash register, typewriter, etc Ap
ply to Nick Noblle. P. O. Box 1870
Bisbee, Arizona. 417
FOR RENT Ten room boarding
house, nicely furnished. Enquire
Exchange saloon. Johnson addi
FOUND Ladles' coat, green co.or,
left at Odd Fellow's hall, last Owl
dance. Owner can recover sane
by eating at this offlce and pay
ing ior WW U. r.
t. BROWN'S IN T0WH
NT AT -
f CLEAfMHC, PMm AMD
- m, MBWIM BLOCK
FOR SALE Bookcase, mission Mor.
rls chair, mahogany rocker, cup
board, kitchen cabinet, good as
new. Cheap. No. 15 Warren Ave.
FOR SALE Cheap on account of
"sickness, the Globe Hotel. Inquire
witliin Hotel. 431.
FOR SALE One upright Kingsbury
piano, brand new, ? 4 50 CO tnstru
ment for $173. Address P. O.,
Box 370. BIsbee. 545
FOR SALE 23 hens, one rooster.'
Sound thoroughbred. Telephone
FOR SALE Smith Premier Type
writer No. 4, good condition, case
etc., price ?33.00. Addres3 "Blsbcc
Review X. 397.
FOR SALE Dobson Turnl-
ture company. Entire stock.
House for rent or for sale. ,
Box 3331, Bisbee, Arizona.
. 363. ,
FOR SALE Two well built 2 room
houses, just painted over. $700.00
$100.00 cash, balance $20 00 per
month and Interest. You can liv:
in one and rent the other furnished,
'for enough. to maka"yur payment.
Address Box 247. Phoenix, Ariz
FOR SALE Pair good work horses
130 00 E A. Tovrea & Co. 33U
rOR SALE 1100 lb. horse and long
delivery wagon, cheap Phone LOO.
S W Dobson.
fi acre ranch, 5 room modern
cottage, 28 miles from Los An
geles, betweei Ontario and Po
mona, In San Bernardino Co.
California. 440 bearing peach
trees, best variety, 300 euca
lyptus trees, 23 walnut, 21
orange Als0 family orchard
grapes etc., 6 shares of water
piped en land, near railroad sta
tion and street car line. Tele
phone If taken at once price
BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
Arizona 5 New
Mexico R.W. Co.
Connects with El Paso & South
western at Hachita.
Connects with Southern Pacific!
Connects with MorencJ Southern
A. T. THOMPSON
NEED A PLUMBER?
GET ONE THAT UNDERSTANDS
THE BUSINESS. MAY COST A
UNDERSTAND AND OUR PHONE
IS NO. 268.
OICUS PLUMBING & HEATING
CARETTO A CO, Prcprte'ori
Elaaantly FHted Up Far. Ladle
We handto the Tony fawat Cef
MMtret, aXsaea, Artcen. f
AR1 YOUR EYES NOT
If so call and let us Insure
tusm, against the harmful und
dissgreeabid effects of eje
s'raln, with a propel ly fitted
pair cf lenses.
Dr. Rockefeller, my optom
etrst. is registered by examin
ation In New York. Minnesota
and Arizona and has had a
wide experience with proper fit
tfi'g glasses. Wo grind our own
lenses for each eje defect.
C. M. HENKEL
" 4- O
.-uusic tessons given by a
graduate ot ithe , Academy-pfjfcja-.
Music of Berlin. 20 years fexwf'V5
perience. Best of references.
Private lessons ghtn at a
moderate price. Inquire
Blunts Cleaning Shop.
To exchange Blbee roil itate for
pood mining stocks .Aiip'v P O
Box 1329. or Hardware H-r!.-t Store.
CUICK LOANS on rurr.f.i -. finncs.
eta No publicity. goo-l f-maln to
your possession eas mtments.
Johnson & Kalgler Pl,..t.. r!
To exchange, one lot No COS,
38 In Warren townslte for
stock. Box 1459, BIbee
Mrs D Fletcher,
163 Opera D-lve,
NOTICE TO MINING MZN
Good Brunton Compass for sale
cheap. Review oftce 338.
BCWEN &. HUBEAP3
i uisoee and
the memory ot that Jan un-
satlifactcry suit jou orrVrrd of
Ub o'her fellow and clet your
NEV SUIT OR OVERCOAT
frcra the line o
M. & O.
Fiiiest Clothes to Measure
COO SAMPLES TO SELECT
Fit ard Workmanship Guaran
teed Errpcrium B dg. Phcrf B47.
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