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WANTED Couplo without c&iltlrcn
to care for 7 rooms. Apply Iturk
WANTED Position as waitress or
chambermaid. Apply Lowell Cash
I WAOTEI) A iinsltion in (ttnrn 01
bi . warenouse. can nnte ana speak!
t Spanish. Address D. II. Cruz t
, Phone 541. 723 !
WANTED Lad attendant at Thr
Turkish Uath. 6yr
WANTED Day porter (colored)
must, be experinnced ami first
. class. Good position for right :aan
Copper Queen Hotel. (iWi
WANTED To pay the highest cash j
price for your furniture. It costs j
"yo-. nothing to call us up, and it I
will iai e you money. G. O. DRAN
SON, Johnson Add.. Phone 425 70 1
WANTED To Duy seconft hand fur-
niture and household goods. 1
Brooks Cooper Furniture Co.. j
j-ymian ijasue. u. k. St. sz
HARRIS BLOCK FURNITURE CO.
N.ew and second hand furnituro
bought and sold. Fine stock nail
paper. Brewery avenue. Phone
I.KAIt.N aulomoliilt rciairiiiK. ilT'inil
on up to date cira; elc-trical, i v 1 1 1
engineering, sur.ej'.ns. method"
most practical: room ard hoarl
wUile learning: positions tecurptl, j
satis! action guaranteed; ca;a)og
free. National School of Engineer- j
!np. alio W. 7th., Ijoh Angeles. I
I'l KNISIIED rooms. To West Quality
H.ll. 724. I
FOR RENT - Furnished housekeeping ,
rooms. Ga&hon house. School Hill. J
Between Methodist and E scopal
FOR RENT Furu.;hed rooms for !
Ilghtbou&ekeepiag J. G. Pritchard '
214 Tombstone Canyon '
FOR RENT -Two nice completely j
fura.sbed batching ruonii, cIos"
in. near towr. i"." Opera Drie, I
Mrs. H. Blunt. Inquire Blunts
Cleaning shop, Breuety Gulcb.
FOR RENT:--A quiet, warm 100m in
a private famil) Alto good board
Blunts 153 Opera lirne. Tel. ')'' ;
Inquire DIunts Cleaning Shop. I'.n
ery Gulch 698 I
HOUSE for ren'. " rotim:. tree water.!
$8.00. Geo. W. Vanderwalker. Moouj
Ave. 6'".. ;
FURNISHED rooms for rent, M. 1
Doyle, 31 Tombstone Canyon. 351 j
STEAM hoatcd rooms at the Golden,
For Sale Miscellaneous..
SPECIAL bargains Tutstlay and Wed- j
nesday only, on oil pa ntinps Mrs 1
Norrts. optxsite Baptist church.
FOR SALE Spanish conrse in later
national Correspondence School.
Cheap for ath. Box 1C!)C Bishec.
Connecting with E. F. Hutton & Co.'s private wire.
Stocks, Bonds, Grains and Cotton Arizona Copper
Stocks, a specialty.
Office Copper Queen Hotel Building. Private wires
to all principal exchanges.
J"' '"rKHIOriSWesJ. IIWSaRjW
roil SAl.K Room tig house. opioslte
V. 41. (.'. A., Sirs. Bert Tavlor. (63i)
roil SAlJ-20 shares Pitts Engine
stock at $8.50 iwr share. See
HAIGLEU, U10 Ileal Estato Man.
Sir.0.00 Days Home on Jones Hill
Address M. L. Ball. 529 CalUornla
St. Los Angeles, Calif. C95
FOR SALE 2 houses Tombstone car.
yon, Mrs. C. Louis. G6C
FOR SALE Four-room house and
furniture, also four desirably lo
cated !ots. Cheap if bought at
once. Box 793. 1m
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Legal Advert isemente.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
Depar:mcnt of The Interior.
I'. S. Iaiid Offict. a' Phoenix, ri.ona
Novembur Uth., 191
NOTICE is herebv given that Tiiou:
as I. Pointer, of Gan.es. Arizona, who
on March 11th. rjn". made llomestea-i
enty. No. n2C4.!. for S 1-2 NW 1-t.
SW 1 4 NE 1-4 of Section 2o and, Add"!
ntry OlS.'jJ!, Oct !!12 lor SE 1-4 NE
1-4 Sec. 20 Township ZZ S., Range 21 E
C. S. R. Mendian, has filed notice
of intention to raae Final 11 e year
prcof, to ebtabiish claim to the lane
above dehciibed before Jared D. Tay-1-jr,
I . S. Commissioner, at Bisbee. An
zona, on the J 7th day of December
Claimant names as witnesses:
Horace W. Clarkson, of Bisbee, Ariz
i'eter M. Ross, of Gurcea, Ariz.
Jacob C. Caker, of Hereford, Ariz.
diaries F. Hawl. or Bisbee, Ariz.
FRANK H. PARKER.
MINERAL APPLICATION NO. 016804
Mineral Application No. 01CS04.
United States Lana onice. Phoenix.
Arizona, Aug. 29. 1912. Notice Is
hereby given that Jamer. M. Howlett,
whoso postolfico address is Kelvin.
Arizona, has made application for pat
ent to the American lodo claim.
Mineral Survey No. 2S51. situated ap
proximately In Tp. 23. S. IL 21 E. G.
& S. It. B. & M.. Warren SUnlng Dis
trict, Cochise County. Arizona, de
scribed as follows: Beginning at Cor.
No. 1 whence U. S M. M. No 4 War
ren Mining District brs. N. 40 des.
20 min. W. 3231.6 ft., thence X. 74 deg.
30 min. J3. 200.4 ft. to Cor. No. 2,
tuevce S. 32 deg. OS min. E. 82.7 ft.
to Cor. No. 3, thence S. SG dcg. 45
min. W. 328.C ft, to Cor. No. 4, thence
N. 32 des. OS min W. 10 ft. to Cor.
No. 1 the place of the beginning. The
location notice of the American claim
ir. recorded in the Recorder.: office of
Cochise County, Arizona, in Book 32
at pace 557. Adjoining claims pre
Virginia lode Sur. No. 1347 on the
north. Orm-nd lode Sur. No. 1393 on
trie east and Baton Rouge lode Svir.
No. 139S on the south Area In con
flict with Virginia lode Survey N'o.
tli BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BtgREfe, ARtgOttA. WEDNESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER
ORDINANCE NO. 182
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SEC-I
TlON 5 AND 8 OF ORDINANCE
NO. 107 OF THE CITY OF
BISBEE. BEING FOR THE PRO ,
TECTION OF PERSONS AND ,
PROPERTY IN SAID CITY
FROM DAMAGE BY FIRE. !
BE IT ORDAINED by tno Mayor
and Common Council of the City of
Hisbce as follows:
Section 1. Section 5 of Ordinance'
No. 107 of this City being an ordi
nance entitled "Ordinance No. 107, An
Ordinance tor the Protection of Per
sons and Property in the City or Bis
bee from Damage by Fire" is here-'
b amended so as to read as follows
"Sec. 5. It stall be jn dw : ui
any person to kjp stoicd ... ..an i
upon any lot or pnmits . u. n t.it
corporate limits of this City any ,
quantity whatever of blasting powder, 1
dynamite or like expiorive, or any '
keroseno or other kind of burning 01 ,
explosive iluids or oils in a quantity '
in excess of fh c gallons, but this J
tbali not apply to the casst. of those
I lawfully engaged in the sale of such
' articles, when the same shall be j
i kept in a Liuildlu'? which is Ore-proof
! as prescribed by tho Ordinances ot '
I this city. .It shall be untawtul for!
I any person within the fire Unfits of
t-u:d city to put up or maintain an
stove pipe or other Quo or chimney,
excepting a substantial brick, stone,
cement or adobe chimney, pipe or
flue, or constructed of substantial
non-combnstibje materia of like
character with the materials men
tioned, when the samc shall pass
through any wooden or other com
bustible roof, lloor, celling or wall of!
building, or to line the ceilings 0(1
.-.!iv- buildir.gs wi'.uit said limits witbj
1-euon, wood or other combustible .
material " I
bee. 2. Section 8 of said Ordinance
! No. 107 is hereby amended so as to
i leud as follows.
"Sec. 8. Ail smoke fllues or!
I smoke escapes of anv kind for fire
1 thai! be so constricted and main'
juiined that the tap of the same shall
extend at least two and one half feel!
above the highest joint of the root
of the building in which they arc
,' situated. Shoulr; a:iy wooden builti
i ing be adjacent to such smoke es
I capes within a limit of ten feet, then
such escaieb mi:st ettcij wo anu
Sec. 3. This Ordinance snail be in )
one hall reet aoote tne nig nest part
!cf such adjacent building."
force from and after its parage and
due publication as by 'a a provided.
Passed by the Common Council o
bis City of ISisbec on the 6th day o
Approved by the Mayor on thi
Jlth day of November, 1912
JOHN WILLI 4 MS.
Attest: M. L. BUTLER.
City Clerk. 58.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior.
L". S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
November 33th, 1912
NOTICE is hereby given that Jere
miah M. Rich, of McNeal, Arizona,
'vbo, on July 2nd. 19u8. made Horae-fcU-nd
entry. No. 06. for W 1-2 NW l-t
and Wl-2 SW1-I. Section 31, Town
sh'p 21 8.. Range 26 E.. G S It
Meridian, has lied notice of inten
tion to make final Three year proof,
to establish claim to the land abovn
described, before Juretl D. Taylor, U
S. Commissioner, at Bisbee, Arizona,
oa the 17th day of December, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
John Burrows, of Lowell. Ariz.
James Park Emery, of McNeaT, Arizj
William Diotzman, of McNeal. Ariz.,
John F. Peace, or McNeal, Ariz.
FRANK II. PARKER,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
IN -THE COUNTY OF COCHISE,
STATE OF ARIZONA
IN THE Matter of Uh Estato ano
Guardianship of ETHEL R- SAMP
SON, MARGARET E. SAMPSON
and EMORY SAMPSON, Minors.
Notice of Settlement of Account.
NOTICE is hereby given thai
Florence I. Foster, Guardian of the
Kstaeb or Ethel. R. Sampson, Margaret
K Sampson and Emory Sampson.
Minors, lias rendered and presented
for settlement, and filed in aaid Court,
her Final aooount 6pTr GaanHaneblp
of sa.d estate and that Friday. ilMi
Sixth day of Deiur, 1612, at V.iM
o'clock P. M., at th Cert.rooni it
said Court, at th' COBrt House ta
the 'city of . Tombstoje. In said Ctf-
chhKi County. het bee dy awoiirtefl
by tho Judge qf sW euirt, ffer the
pettlement of said aeetHfit at whleh
tisie ami ptace any person InteraMeo
in said estate may appear and file hte
nmiiX' rr & "l'?.k? i as "- 1 -
ujaLittfrhsfli w - 1 !! iiMian MnrTTiMiiMiiwMnMr
Vinii iMarM6Ba I
HER BEAjt.'iJL GOIDEN HAIR.
'1 nou tli. c fas tiisi.ic '.omen
of Louuon art- i.u."S 'licir bair loos.
dow.i their i.ucks, and it's a mighty
sc-nsil.le fad aw !ar as the hair is
.oncrnrd," sill the visin.ng hair
drefef.es whose own hair is a veritable
crown. I let raiuo loose always when
"If that fad gets popular, it means
.hat people "ill lake pains to grow
their own hair instead of piling a lot
of deceiving puffs and sw.tcnes on
their heads. Letting the hair hang
loose is the lx.st tonic I know ot Look
at the peasant women in '.he old coun
try. They hardly know what a hairpin
looks like, and lteir hair is magnif
"Say You'd L surprised if yo.i
kuew how many women were almost
bald. It's a fact. The wtj I have to
manage to make them look nice taxes
all my ingenuity. And 1 don't wonder.
Most of these women have been pin
ning their hiir up tilit ever since
they were noing to rchool TUey nevi-r
Mve it a rest or a decent airing. The
e-.en braid ii up tight and put it in
curlers over night enough to kill any
hair. Some women seem to tbiuk it
isn't quite r siieotabi.. to lei their
hair bang down except in strictest pri
vacy while they're combing it.
"They call me in at the la-t minute,
when they've about lost t-vtry hair
they ever had, and then tin Me "
me. by some niiracie, to grou a ne
crop for thorn in less than a month
ACCORDING TO UNCLE ABNER
feller will waliow in baby
!.'Ute- he gets married, but aner that
he starts to bn-uk up the luiutnre u
ii.r wife calls hi.n a fie't na.ne. I
There ain't nothing that will last
lunger i.ian a iu.c leie-r uii a icuc.
hadn't orter w ritten in' the first place.
It's a- queer world. Before marriage
:i feller always wants to go beggy
ridin' and the gal don't .and after tbey
:rc manved she 'always wants to go
fcnd ho ain't got. no time.
When a feller Rot-s along the stre;
iookin' at himself in the plate glass
winders bo is either in love or be
l.as got a new hat, and most likely
ciceptloae In writing, to tho said
account and contest the same.
J. E. JAMES,
Clerk of the Superior Cssrt.
Dy C. B. WILSON.
Dated November IStb, 1312.
- f 726
NOTJCE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Lelta S. Voods, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given by the aa
dersigned Administrator of the Estate
of Lotta S. Woods, deceased, to the
creditors, of ami ail perfcoas havlns
claims against said deead, to ex
hibit them with the icseary vouch
ers Within four months after the first
publication of this notice, to the sabl
Aflmtniatratrvr at thanHIrAtt nf Utlin.
wood & Ross. Attorney at-ljiw; hi
Bisbee. Cochise Comity. Ariwtia,. the
sains beimc-Uie. place lor the trans
aetien ot thofbusiae or saM (Htate.
(Signed.) . HENRY M. WOODS,
AdmiiiMrlitor ot the Estate ot Lfttia
S. "tt09! Dfec5p(l.
Dated at imbee, 0oW- Oottcty,
IttuKAA nnliica fiHtitV A rl tll thil I
Date.. of first publication November
Te faith that some women have
in ha.r tomes is something awful.
The 11 ia all kinds of prices for toa-
i- s. w tu-ii the oul tonic their poor
iia.r uee.is is made up of equal parts
a r anU freedom.
I etoro ! went into this business
and :.&rn.-d a whole lot about worn
us ...ir or balrlessness 1 had a
lotriw whose wonderful golden hair
"a ..s admired. It was certainly
l"iii'i! and she always had it mcel
trMji.ti in (act, 1 never saw her
ithoit her hair being nicely dressed.
si e .. a a liandsomely formed woman,
.0 a!' th. men ndtaircd her.
One evening this neighbor and her
hri-Uand called unexpectedly and
:ol::u uie w-.th my hair down. I ex-
1 'aincd that this was my custom at
1 home that it seemed to be good for
! my liair and rested my head.
1 "Well, now,- said my neighbor's
1 husLand, 'I call that sensible. Why
don't you do that. Myrtle?- he asked!
turning to his wife. 'Your're always I
complaining abont headaches and
your hair falling out.'
' " 'Tea you ought to avc your beau
, tiful uair,' I urged her.
j " 'Well, maybo I will,' she answered
Au ua;o aiivi uiu urn u:iuiu
.ot afire. We flat-dwellers gathered
is the hall somewhat simultaneously.
; ev crybody excited, of course. Some
: iKMly clutched my arm and wept hys
terically: "Ob, near, trb, dear, oh
A' first I didn't recognize the angu
lar, flat-chested woman with the th.n.
; mouse-colored hair gathered into a
' button at the back ot her head. Then.
' with a shock, 1 realized that it was my
j handsome neighbor with tho beautiful
I (.-olden hair! In her fright at the alarm
or l.re, she had run out without her
wis and pads.
"Its always puzzled me, though,"
concluded the hairdresser as she stood
oil to v iev. the coiJure she had just (
linished, "to know how she kept her '
husband decuved. Of course, ho,
wasn't home much he was a travel-!
! ing man But I know he was ab-io-
1'itely sincere that evening when he
told hrr to loilow 1 1 e-xamplc and let
btr ban hanj. loos.- 1 wonder if the-
1 1 jre the- wig to bed when he was
A '!:"N' Ionian km m 'itrru! u.
.i ini-lity sight eh'aiK.r ti.jii oiir Km
rif r nnt- i. married
1" ncie ail udvi-rtisiu' ayb tlio
TO A SPiNSTER.
The leaflets turn
From green to gold.
The northern broeze
Is growing cold.
Tis late we know
Hut do not l ret;
Be brave and you
May find him yet
Do not give up,
Kap on, m' dear
Is ktii: leap Year.
FROM HICKEYVILLE CHURCH.
QUI Man Purdy has got a new
wooden leg made ont'n Norway pop
lar, and every time he stands still in
the rod for a minute hU leg takes
root and he has to have it chopped
loose by the ltook and ladder depart
ment Elmer Jonea bought & bottle
of violet tek at TlWifs grocery tho
other day. An, there Elmer, what s;
tke lady's name?
Mies Lutie Bibs-Ins exects to take
a coarse In a musical observatory this
winter. Hank Tumms says be
always thought an observatory was
a place where they keope followers. Of
coarse they aro both wrong. An ober.
vatory Is the place where the wealker
Wliliam Tibbitts sold a package ot
hooks and eyee Thursday. Must, J)
osouwboiiy JsJIiaViBa ew:drWina(hi!'TlDbitt'rf Is' chest and ha bos wont
Hi" tlltu TA t"HH 1
a. . TAaaaajy. I WU l IXTV VltJ IV tr UWI V fcWC
.. Elmer Jones' shoulder was all WV- chest pro Lectors he has 'sela''aSrcr-erod-
with iwder, fetid ths other-day' Used so much of late. Seme roller
which b sab! be got carrying home a1
sok of flr. Tell taat to tha marines,
Kfter. X fetter de't Mloa wlHInei
Mloa hi miner
store to buy Hour.
Grandma Perkins fe not much bet'
many hopes for her. She lathed and
ter at this writing ami there ain't
WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 23.
Tuesday Chapt. & Council
Thursday K. T. Reg
George A. Bridge. -V. if .
Bassett Watklns, Secj. F. t A M
1 T Abramj. H. P.
F. E. Bennett, T. I. M.
George A. Bridge. E. C.
W. R. Banks, Sec y., Huachuca Coun
cil, R. A. M. & K. T.
ORUER OF EASTERN STAR
Pearl Chapter, No. .
Meets In Masonic Hall
EecooJ asd Fourtn
WedneEdayB of each
Anna Leroy W a
Mrs Luella. Snodgrass. Sec'y.
INITIATION Nov.7. 7: CO p. m. Sharp
SONORA LODGE NO. 23
I. O. O. F.
Monday night Id Eagle Hall
Visiting brothers cordUlly invite)
W L. Summers. N. G.
C R. Percival. Sec'y.
filSBEF LODGE NO. 10.
I O O
meets every tw
"S" nppf!a ATonlni
Odd Fellows- Hall. Main St. at 7:30
Visiting brothers arc cordially invited
FRED YARCHO. N. G.
THOS. BLAiR, Secretary.
OrtDER OF OWLS.
Ing first and
days of each
ODD FELLOWS' HALL
L. Means, Pres. G. J. Reardon, sacy
BROTHERHOOD OP AMERICAN
Richard I. Homesteady 895
jWl meets second and fourth
Jl Tuesday at Odd yellows'
v Hall, visiting Archert ar
W. c R Hoover, Foreman.
E. D. Stlnson, Correspondent, Boi
W. O. W.
Woodmen or the World
meet at Fair Hall, th
second and tourtt
Mondays of each
month. Visiting, broth
era invited to attend
T. . -
O. a. Thomas, C. C
C. N. Thomas. Clork.
plastered two "louses last week and
is digging a well at tills writing for
Uncle Ezra Hark ins.
Amos Butts, our popular and con
genial undertaker, has gone to Chi
cago for an extended visit of two
days. Those expectlne to die please
can up his wife, who is alee, an ex
pert ombalmer. also -meaglftg, man
icuring, cMropodlng and palm read
ing. Hank Tumms drops a ouarter in tho
collection plate at the meeting house
every Sunday and takes out a dojlarj
change. No kick has been made, as
the folks believe the money may- as
well go to the heathen at home as
Thieves have lteen.jobb4fl' William
ilnirn In 1a .ta- . t.M iC nfrr Vij.
cut a holeMn the fcoiiow ol the otrgaul
at th imetln' House BHd Twfl Old
Man PHrdy started to numn' her p
she blew Mm out of'th'e winder. Then
wasn't so wind for the organ so Rev
Hudmrtt made up the' cfeftetenoy by
preaching an hour longer thua HMaL
2U?r 2fj (AiT
UV vW TO
lwwIWmHnmii i"im)i imf
a taxi ::
LODGE NO. 671 .
Regtifar meetinr tint and thlr-l
Friday of. each montn.
Visiting brothers cordially Inrlted
J M. Ball. Exalted Ruler.
F- M Cox. secretary.
T. F. B.
Bisbee Lodge No
452 meets overj
ing at K. .of
P. Hall. Vlfitini
t Ellen Foley. President
j narbara Shearer, Secreiary.
K. &. L. O. S.
Knights and Ladies of Security meet
In Medigovich Hall every 2nd. and
4 th Thursday.
James F. Humphries. President.
Grare Downing. Box 3C0, Sec'y.
Anna M. Shields, Financier,
P. O. Box 1471. (73)
KMGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ra'hbone Lodge No
10 KnighU of Pythias
meet the first, second
and fourth Tuesdays
of each month In Py
thian Castle 7:30 p. m
Pythian brothers cor
ED KINO, C. C.
' J. C. KRIGBAUM, K of R, S.
I. O. R. M.
Meets every Thursday evening ai
I 7:30 o'clock In Pythian CasUe Ail
visiting Red Men welcome.
Wm. R. Tonkin, Sachem.
I F. C. Fcnderson, K. o R.
I M. D. Cohen. Mcdicino Man.
I. O. O. F.
GOLDEN RULE ENCAMPMEN I
L O. O. F. Meets
cry second an.
fourth Friday at
7:30 p. m. Odd
Fellows' Hall. AJ)
Geo. Vanderwalker. C. P.
F. C. Fcnderson. Scrlbe-
BiSBEE LOf3GE NO. 718.
Meetings every Friday night. Mason
ic Temnle. Vlsltlnr hrnthitra .nn1UT.
F. E. Bennett. DlctAtor.
JAM Vonk. Secretary.
F. O. E.
Bisbee Aerie 17E, F. O E, meet
first and third Mondays, 8 p. .o
Fair Halt Visitors cordially wol
las McDcnaJd, PrejldenL
U. D. Cohen. Aerie Physician
Dreadnought L. O. L.
Meets every Mon
day n!ghtfat 7:3C
sharp at Mason
ic ball. Visions
fflVi Droincrs coruiaiu m
? e lf, KYLE. W. Hi .
'Sv .. R. FERGUS, :rs.
te- sec'jr Box 426..