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NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
Department of The Interior.
V. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona
No ember 13th., 1912
NOTICE is hereby given that Thorn
as I. Poinfer, of Garces, Arizona, who
on March 11th, 1907, made Homestead
enty. No. 03G43, for Sl-2 NW 1-4,
SV.UsVNE.M of Section 20 and, Add'i
critrj- Olfcsc. Oct. 1M2 for SE1-4 NE
1-3 Sec. 20 Township 23 S.. Range 21 E
G. & S. R. Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to mace Final five year!
proof, to establish claim to the lane
abote described before Jared D. Tay-i
lor. V. 'S. Commissioner, at Blsbee, Ari
zona, on the J 7th day of December
Claimant names as witnesses
Horace W. Clarkson, of Blsbee, Ariz
Peter lU Ross, of Garces, Ariz.
Jacob C. Baker, of Hereford, Ariz.
Cliarles V. Hawley, of Blsbee, riz.
FRANK H. PARKER,
MINERAL APPLICATION NO. 016804
Mineral Application No. 016804,
United States Lana omce, Phoenix,
Arizona, Aug. 29, 1312. Notice, is
hereby given that James IL Howlett,
whose postofflce address Is Kelvin.
Arizona, has made application for pat
ent to too American lodo claim.
Mineral Survey No. 2S51. situated ap
proximately in Tp. 23, S. It. 24 E. G.
& S. IL B & M.. Warren Mining 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 bra. N. 46 deg.
26 mln. W. 3231.6 ft., thence N. 74 dcg.
30 mln. E. 300.4 ft. to Cor. No. 2,
. s 32 de& 05 min fl 82.7 it.
to Cor, No. 3. thence S. 86 deg. 43
mln. W. 328.6 fL to Cor. No. 4, thence
N. 32 dcg. OS min. W 10 ft. to Cor.
No. 1 the place of tho beginning. The
location notice of the American claim
Is recorded in tho Recorder' office of
Cochise County, Arizona, in Book 32
at page 557. Adjoining claims are
Virginia lodo Sur. No 1347 on the
north; OrmCnd lode Sur. No. 1303 on
the east and Baton Rouge lode Sur.
' , IMC . 41... ,n)i(h ATM in fnn.
fll:'t with Virginia lode Survey No
1 1347 a!JjOUntjng to 0.033 acres is ex
pressly excluded from this application.
FRANK IL PARKER.
Date of First Publication September 1,
ORDINANCE NO. 12
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SEC
TION 5 AND 8 OF ORDINANCE
NO. 107 OF THE CITY OF
1 BIS3EE. BEING FOR THE PRO
TECTION OF PERSONS AND
I PROPERTY IN SAID CITY
FROM DAMAGE 3Y FIRE.
BE IT ORDAINED by tno Mayor
tUS BisfcEE bAM review. BisiEAiiizdMA. Thursday
and Common Council of the City of
Bisbeo as follows:
Section 1. Section 5 of Ordinance
No. 107 of this City being an ordi
nance entitled "Ordinance No. 107, An
Ordinance for the Protection of Per
sons and Property In the City of Blt
boe from Damage by Fire" is here
bv amended so as to read as follows:
"See. 5. It s.lall be unlawful for
any person to kp stored or on hand
upon any lot or premises within th'o
corporate limits of this City any
quantity whatever of blasting powder,
dynamite or like explosive, or auy
kerosene or other kind of burnins oi
explosive fluids or oils in a quantity
In excess of five gallons, but this
lawfully engaged in the bale of such
hon rh snm shall fin'
? .I, ,-'. .m... 7,71 ,- "" ;iBe lae 'ncepuon oi tne equal Iran
"'' " M..i-B """ -"f"VMcnise movement.
as prescribed by the Ordinances of come from every section of the coun
this city. It shall be unlawful fprltry and are among the leaders in
any person within the fire limits , of I their respectho states. Tho hotels
tald City to put up or maintain anyare filled with them, and many others
stoe pipe or other flue or ch!mae. of tho delegates are being entertain-
lagciiung a EUbsianuai onnK, uioue.
cement or aaose cnitnncj, pipe or
flue, or constructed of
con-combustlblc material of likoj
cnaracier witn me materials mea-
lioned, when the same shall pas's
through any wotiden or other com
bustlble roof, floor, ceiling or wall of
build. ng, or to line the ceilings of
r.ny buildings wllhiti said limits with
cotton, wood or other
Sec. 2. Section S of said Ordinance I
No. 107 Is hereby amended bo as to
-lead as follows. j
"Sec. S. AH smoke fllucs or
smoke1 escapes of any kind for flfp
shall be so constructed and main,
lamed that tbe top of the samo shall
extend ut least two and one half feat
above tho highest point eflhs rcoi
of the building in which they arc
situated. Should any wooden build
ing be adjacent to such smoke es
capes within a limit of ten feet, then
such escapes must extend two anu
Sec. 3. This Ordinance snail be in
one half feet above the highest part
cl such, adjacent building."
force from and after its passage and
due publ.cation as by law provided.
Passed by the Common Council of
bis City of Blbbee on the 6th das ot
Approved by the Mayor on th"
Mth day ot November. 1912 e
Attest: M. L. BLTLER,
City Clerk. 5Sb
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION -Department
of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
November 13th, 1912
NOTICE is hereby given that Jero
mlah M. Rich, of McNeai, Arizona,
who, on July 2nd, 1908, made Home
stead entry. No 06, for W 1-2 NW 1-1
and Wl-2 SW1-4. Section 34. Town
ship 21 S.. 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 above
described, before Jpred D. Taylor, U
S. Commissioner, at nisbeo, Arizona
ot tho 17th day of December, 1312.
Claimant names as witnesses
John Burrows, of Lowell, A.rlz
James Park Emery, of McNeai, Ariz.
William DIetzman. of McNeai. Ariz.
John F. Peace, of McNeai. Ariz.
FRANK II. PARKER,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
IN THE COUNTY OF COCHISE,
STATE OF ARIZONA
IT THE Matter of the Estate ani
Guardianship of ETHEL R. SAMP
SON. MAHGARET E. SAMPSON
and EMORY SAMPSON, Minor3,
NoMee of Settlement of Account, j
NOTICE is hereby given that
t Florence I. Foster, Guardian of th
Kataes of Ethel R, Sampson, Margaret
M Sampson and Emory Simpson,
Minors, has rendered and presented
for settlement, and filed in said Court,
h'er Final account of her Guardianship
ot said estates and that Friday, tho
Sixth "day of December, 1912, at ltOO
Lo'clock P. M, at the CoHrt-room of
said Court, at the Court Houso in
the city of Tombstone in sold Co
chise County, has been duly appointed
by the Judge of said court, for tho
settlement of said account at which
time and place any person interested
In said estate may appear and file his i
exceptions In writing, to the- said
account and contest the same.
J. E. JAMES,
Clerk of the Superior Court
By O, B. WILSON,
Dated November 18tb, 1912.
Insuring private Cup.
To Insure tho owner of a private
sharing cup kept In a barber shop
that he is Its only user there has been
invented a paper cap to oner it,
) which cannot bo removed without
breaking a teal.
Dollars More They Are Going Abroad
Women Wilt Meet Under
New Ten Starred Banner
PHILADELPHIA, Vm, Nov 20: evening session will bo conducted cn
Elated over the recent addition of tirely by the National Collego Equal
four stars to their flag, hundreds of Suffrage league, of which Dr. M Car
delegates to the forty-fourth annual ey Thomas, president of Bryn Mawr
convention of the National Woman , r, . A , , , , , ,
Suffrage association, which meeU to-1 ColIese- Is th hcad- Tno "
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r11leo" ttlA ITIAot nntnVI. !....
Tho wrrtmay Vi 'A
ca in private homes.
n-i. nw.n.. Hr.A-t t t- ..t.
mo vivhiMui ir uteu lur liiu eslu
erlny provides for many novel and
attractive features. Wltherspoon Hall,
where most of the sessions will be I
held, has been handsomely decorated i
for tho occasion. Tho six-star fla
conspicuous at the former conven
tions of the organization, gives way
this year to tho ten-star flag, the four
new states representing tho States of
.tLiiui&au, ntiuixu. wjefeuu uuu rtll-
zona, which adopted woman suffrago
amendments at tho recent elections.
A fine array of tatont has been ob
tained to address tho arious meet
ings, consisting of prominent men
and wtmen who have become fam
ous for their demotion and labor
along different lines- of human activi
ty. The meetings ill ary in charact
er from a grealfouldoor rally in In
dependence Squaiv) on the opening
day to a thanksgiving service on Sun
day afternoon in the Mietropolitan
Opera house. Al) of the evening ses
sions will be open to the public.
At tho formal opening of the con
vention tomorrow night Miss Jane
Addams, of Chicago will preside and
the national president. Rev. Anna
Howard Shaw, will deliver her ann lal
address. Another feature of the eve
ning's program ''will bo addresses
from leaders who aided the cause to
victory- in Arizona, Michigan, OM3
gon and Kansas.
The men enlisted in the equal suf
frage cause will have their innings
Friday evening. The session will be
in tho entire charge of the National
Men's League for Woman Suffrage
and men only will apiiear on the pro
gram as speakers.
The program for the Saturday
But two rivals stand In Harvard's
way to tha eastern' intercollegiate
football championship, DaHmoutb onJ
Tale, Crimson- fans expects Harvard
to 'win 'bpth 'contests. , 1
The Cambridge institution baa an
unusual number of starthls year.
JJrfckley has shone the brightest, b.ut
Cantaln Wendsll'aBd Pannenternavc
both given good accounUjlof: thea-t
Mlves. nd are expected be tsa
ytftant factors" In tbe two-'TemalnlEs
nes. - -' jm -
morning, November 21,
rate on the subject of equal suffrage.
A special program has baen pre
pared for the Independence Square
rally tomorrow. The original Wo
man's Declaration of Rights will bo
r,ead, and Mrs. Charlotte Pclrce, tho
only living signer, will be present,
and to formally presented with a
bouquet of flowers.
Tho Sunday afternoon thanksgiv
ing ilenice In the opera bouse will
probably bo the largest indoor su!
fraeo mectlne ever held in this coun-
try. The background of the stago
will be a hues world map, showing
the progress of the tuffrage move
ment up to date. All the suffrage
territory will be painted in bright
ted. A band of sixty musicians will
furnish the music for the meeting.
Rev. Anna Howard Shaw will preside
and among the speakers will be Miss
Jane Addama and Miss Julia Lathrop,
tho latter the newly appointed head
of the Children's i)Ureau.
A mass of routine work will be dis
posed of at the daily business ses
sions of the convention. Reports will
be received from tho various nation
al officers and committees and from
delegates representing all of tha
states. These Reports will embody
a narration or the progress made dur
ing the pist year, the plans of cam
palgn found most effective and an
exchange of Ideas through debate.
The speakers who will to heard
at night sessions will include many
persons of national or international
prominence In addition to those al
ready named they will include Mrs
Harriet Stanton BhUch of New York,
Miss Harriet Taylor Upton of Ohio,
Mrs. Susan W Fitzgerald of Boston,
Mrs. Robert La Follette of Wiscon
sin, Baroness Von Suttner, the cele
brated advocate of International
peace, and iMlss Carrio Chapman
Catt, president of the International
Woman Suffrage Alliance, who bca
Just returned from an eighteen
months' trip around the world.
The election of officers of the as
sociation for the ensuing year is a
subject that is clready exiting I."e
1 discussion among the deleg: tes.
Rev Anna Howard Shaw, of Phila
delphia will bo a candidate for re
election to the presidency and will
be seriously opposed for the flret
time during tho eight years she has
held the office. Tbe opposition has
centered upon Miss Laura Clay of
Kentucky as their candidate. The
supporters of Dr. Shaw profec3 to
ftjel no fear over tho result of the
I The annual output oi the cotton
f seed Industry is in valao close up to
the $300,000,000 mark. Until recent
fears the seed of the cotton plant, ex
cept what was required for planting
inrposes, was practically valueless.
In tho opinion of tho southern cotton
farmer. Tha seed was hauled away
to be dumped Into the streams or left
to rot In fields. Today this Is chang
ed and the once despised byproduct
of the cotton fields is steadily loom
ing In Importance. In the shape of
oil for lubricant and table purposes,
meal for cattle food, cake and hulls
for fertilizer, food, ctc cotton seeds
are a source of enormous wealth to
the jouthem country. The Industry,
which only a few years back was un
known, is now a gold mine.
Matter cf Credentials.
I am honest. Intelligent, discreet,
industrious, and capablo of making
fiends," sal the young man who was
looking for employment. "Well," re
plied Senator Sorghum, "you ought to
get along; although I have seen a lot
of men go before conventions with
those fame recommendations and fat:
to get more than a complimentary
I !'..- Sa- J
IDr. Woods Hs'tchllnson says thai
poverty Is a disease. Well, thero 1
the gold cure. Judge-
Kcor Mother Earth.
A bargain In a golf rig has decided
one girl to go Jn for the ancient gam
at p resort famous for that sport.
i i "
& J C. A. Voi
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WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 23.
Tuesday Chapt Council
Thursday K. T. Reg.
Gcorgb A. Bridge. t V
Basselt WfltUns. Seer F. & A U.
I T. Abracu. H. P.
F. E. Bennett, T. I. M.
George A. BrldVe, E. C.
W. R. Banks, Sec'y., Huachuca Coun
cil, R. A. M. & K. T.
ORuEB OF EASTERN STAR
Pearl Chapter, No. t,
Meets Id Maronlc Hail
BeconJ asd Four
Vednesdays ot each
Anna Leroy W u
Mrs Luella Snodgrass. Sec'y.
INITIATION Nov. 27. 7:C0 p. m. Sharp
SONORA LODGE NO. 21
I. O. O. F.
Monday night In Eagle Hall.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
W. L. Summers. N. G,
C. R. Perclval, Sec'y.
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10.
I. O. O P.
meets evarv too
r5 J-- rPKflav ftrn!ner It
Odd Fellows- Hall, Main St. at 7:39
Visiting brothers are cordially Invltod
FRED YARCHO, N. G.
fllOS BLAIR, Stcretary.
OrlDER OF OWLS.
Ing first an-i
days of each
ODD FELLOWS' HALL.
C L. Means, Prea. G. J. Rcardon, secy
BROTHERHOOD OP AMERICAN
Richard I. Homesteady 895
meets second and fourth
&8J Tuesday at Odd yellows
'I Hall, visiting Archen are
It Hoover, Foreman.
E. D. SUnson. Correspondent. Boi
w. o. v.
Wooamen of the World
meet at, Fair Hall, th
second and tourtl
Mondays of eact
month. Visiting brot
era Invited' to 'attend
O. B. Thomas.1 C. C"
a N. Thomas. Clerk. "
Like the "Pill" Nut."
Tbe "pill" nut tree grown In tne
Boutbcrn'PRjt-pf thc-lslaai of Luzon,
and, nowhere else In 'Jthj 'Philippines.
It Is a large tree,and,jlts5eed Is fle
scribe'd as extraordinarily rich In
flavor. All tho Americans Jn the Phil
ippines think It tha finest nut grown.
When the nuts are roasted. If a light
ed match be touched to one ot them,
It will burn like a lamp, bo rich is It
Man must work. That Is certain
as tbe tun. But he tsar work- grudg
Jns'y.'or be may work gratefully, or
be inajr-'work as;a machine. ;Ie. can
not always chooso'Sla wort, but ho
can do It In a caneroug temper and
with an up-looking heart. There Is
no work so rude-that he may not ex
alt It; there Is no work so "impassive
that jie may not breathe it s'oul into
It; there Is, no work'so'dyjl that ho
Kay not enllvea it Henry Gile.
i3T jS SET
W WJ '
tODGE NO 671..
Uvular metln im 'nrt bl
Friday of each m'ontii
VisiUne brothers cordially tnTttn
J M Ball Exalted Ruler
F M Cox. Secretary
T. F. B.
Sisbee Lodge No
t.l' meets even
lnr at K. of
P Hall Vliiuni
Ellen Foley, rresldent
Rarbara 'bearer. Secretary
K. & L. O. S.
Knights and Ladles of Security meet
In Medigovjch Hall every 2nd. and
James F. Humphries, President.
Grace Downing, Box 3G0, Sec'y.
Anna M. Shields, Financier,
P. O. Box 1471. (73)
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Rathbone Lodge No
10 KnlghU of Pythias
meet the first, second
and fourth Tuesdays
of each month In Py
thian Castle 7:30 p. m
Pythian brothers cor
ED KING, C. C.
J. C. KRIGBAUM, K ot IL S.
1. O. R. M.
Meets every Thursday evening t
7:30 o'clock In Pythian Ctuitle AI
visiting Red Men welcome
Wm. -R. Tonkin, Sachem.
F. C. Fenderson, K. of R.
M. D. Cohen. Medicine Man.
I. O. O. F.
GOLDEN RULE ENCAMPMEN
L O. O. F. Meets
ery second an
fourth Friday a:
7:30 p. m. Odd
Fellows Halt. a
Geo. vauuei walker, C P.
F. C. Fenderson. Scribe i
BISBEE LODGE NO. 71. .
Meetings every Friday night, Mason
ic Tfirnple. Visiting.? brothers cordial
Jr Invited. r K
F. B. Bennett, Dictator.
J A- M. Vonk. Secretary. '
F. O. E.
Blsbee Aerie 175, F. O EL, meet
first and third Mondays, 3 p. n
Fair Hall. Visitors eordlally ,ivl
Jas. McDonald, Pretldent.
U. JJ. Cohen, Aerie Physician
Dreadnought JL0. L,a
Meets every Men
day night at 7:?C
Eharp at Maai
ic hall. Vislties
brothers cordially la
tK. KYLE. W. M.
IL FJERQUS. Bee.
Sec'y.. Box 426.
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