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"WANTED Cook, apply residence l.
J. Cunningham. "S 651
WAITRESS wanted at Mason Hotel.
"WANTED -Roomprs and Knanlera.
nlco clenn Wpnn rooms. Good Gerv
' nun cocking. Mrs. Ii. Illuht, 13j,
Oiera llrive. 652.
JV'OOW vants boarlefs and roomers.
Arply Mrs. Gibbs, Jones 1IHL
IRS. M1LL1MAN: wishes to. announce
she has opened a dining room up
stairs In the Hughes House. 627
WANTED TO RENT 4 or 5 room
house, modern, furnished or unfur
nished. Higglns Hill or Warren
Apply Legal Tender, Lowell. Ask
for Mr. Greeley. 630
WANTED The woman who took the
. brown hat through error late Sat
urday etening from The Fair store
' wrapping counter, to kindly return
it at once and get hex's ns the ono
she now has in her Jssessloniti
the property of another patron.
LEARN automobile repairing, driving
on up to dale cars; electrical, civil
. engineering, surveying; methods
most practical, room and board
while learning; positions secureJ;
satisfaction guaranteed; cataioj
free. Xat'onal School of Engineer
ing, 2110 W. 7th., Los Angeles.
WANTED Clean cotton rags at Re
view office. 450
WANTED Girl for general
work. Phone 380.
42S. WANTED To pay the highest cash
Filce for your furniture. It costs
yd nothing to cr" us up, and It
will save you mc ej. G. O. BRAN
SON, Johnson AJd Phono 425 76
IARRIS BLOCK FURNITURE CO.
New and second hand furniture
bought and sold. Fine stock wall
paper. Brewery avenue. Phone
WANTED Clean cotton rags at Re
view office. 450
WANTED To buy all the sec
ond hand furniture in the
Warren District. Phone 341.
Brooks-Cooper Furniture Co.,
TWO FURNISHED houses lo rent.
One three" tom and other four
juuiu. iuiuiitr .iv. i jivuuiua
street. Lowell, or'Bnsy Bee res
FOR RENT Furnished modern five
room house In Warren.' Party rent
ing must board owner. Desirable
'jiroposition to right party. Address
a 01. Review. C73
FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms for
gentlemen, 4 Quality Hill. 567
FOR 01EXT Light housekeeping
rrootns, 189 Teraby Avenue,' known
jjs the Stoner- bailding. f '566.
TRRRACE House, O. K. Street, 1
'block from depot. Good rooms and
table board by day or week. Fur-
'aished rooms for light housekeep
MB ! M. Levy . Established 1900 S. Levy I
MWk 11 r . ..i. n r: u.. 9. r - -.:.,n-A ,;ra
uiiii..iiS wini u.w,(iu..i v. vw.o r,- ..-. .a speafl m excess ,ot wxamitespr
s v u TYr"v 7M snprmiu - ' rx i
Mm, Office Copper Queen Hotel Building, r private wires
mW ' all prmcipal exchanges. ;.
mwr Phone !3 r Disoee, -nnz. J"' Tl iw i . j I
liSVAi II WLIUKE UV , IliiliJiruiill.. 1 iwugl'iuiio
DINKGink Always Does Get ItIf He Waits Long
f M .- .
ok- y Mrr, b q .,iaSSi is
STEAM heated rooms at the Golden,
Main St SC
For Sale Miscellaneous..
FOR SALE or trade Boulder, Cole
rado residence, value $1200, for
: I Is bee property. Address Box 126S
FOR SALE CHEAP House and lot
t CO bearing fruit trees, good well
Apply 43 Wood Canyon. 465
FOR SALE Cheap, good general
family horse and buggy. Phone 1S9.
FOR SALE Fine Jersey cow, fresh
In two weeks. Dan Joyce, Warren.
FOR SALEi-Three houses and lots
on Orchard or Bropby Ave., good;
property to rent, inquire of John
Farley, 227-C Orchard Ave. 634
FOR SALE Patagonia oJTers .many
opportunities for live miring -men
I can locate you on good inside
.-.copper and silver claims that will
" sell for big money this year. Have
Ik good shipping copper property for
-teale or lease on liberal terms. Thir
.ty years a pioneer In this district.
Write me. Wm. Powers, Patagonia,
MONEY TO LOAN On real estati
and negotiable stock and bonds al
Cr simpltf-intercsf. Bay your own
home and pay for it at less thac
?10.00 per month, including botn
note and interest. L. T. Frazler,
Rooms i J and 14 Allen Block.
IN THE SUPREME COURT
IlN THE COUNTY OF COCHISE,
STATE" OF ARIZONA.
Notice of Hearing Petition.
IN THE Matter of ihe Estato o
ANGELA DIAZ de HANSEN,
NOTICE is hereby given that John
.V. Hogan has filed in this court
Petitlcn praying for Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate of Angelr
Diaz de Hansen, deceased; and tha
the same will be beard on FrMaj
the 17th day of January, A. D., 1913,
at 10:00 o'clock In the forenoon ot
said day, at the Courtroom of said
court, in the City of Tombstone,
County of Cochise, State of Arizona,
and all persons interested In said es
tate are notified, then and there to
appear and show cause, if any they
have, why the prayer of said petition
er should not be granted.
J. E. JAMES,
Clerk of the Superior Court
Dated December 28, 1912.
NOTICE OF TIME OF HEARING Or
PROVING WILL. OF
V PET5R HANSEN.
" NOTICE is uereby given, that the
17th day of January, 1913, at the hour
of one o'clock p. m at .he Court
room of the Superior Court of State
of Arizona, in and for Cochise Coun
ty, in the court bocse of said cornty.
In the City of Tombstone, has been
appointed as the time and nlace for
proving the will ot Peter Hansen, de-
tlon of John W. Hogan. for letters
testamentary, and also for the deter
mination by the court ot the validity
of a certain document purporting to
Lo a will of aid deceased, made in
favor of one Erall NIkoloosky. and
dated November 24, 1912. and denied
to bo valid by tho said John W
Witness Hon. Fred Sutter, Judge o
said Superior Court, and the hand aad
THE BISBEi DAILY ItEV IEW. B1SBEE. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY
qt fc i iiHi ii i i ii in i i i i
teal cf tbo Clerk, of the Superior
Court of the State of Arizona, In and
for Cochise Couuty. This 28th day
of lJeceinber. 1912.
J. E. JAMES,
Clerk of the Superior Court
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of The Inter'or,
U. S. Land Office at PhoenU, Arizona.
December 6th. 1912.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
Charles P. Koch, of BIsbee, Arizona,
vho, on April 21st, 19C5, mad home
stead entry. No. 30743426. for SW.
1-4. Section 34, Township 22 P- Range
2G E., G. S. R. Meridian, has flleo
notice- of intention to make Final five
year proof, to establish claim to the
l&nd above described, before Jarcd D,
Tavior. U. S. Commissioner, at BIs
bee, Arizona, on the 14th day of Jan
Claimant names as witnesses:
Qulntman Loe. of Lowell, Arizona.
Frank Crlstinl, of Lonell, Arizona.
William R. HalL of Blsbcc, Arizona.
William J. Rucastle, of Lowell, Ariz.
FRANK H. PARKER,
NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOND
Because in our Judgment it is ad
visable d to do. we. the undersigned
TrcKtees of School District No. 2 of
Cochise County. State of Arizona, and
me iJoaro oi tiaucauuu m "
ia .. . . -... ...! " .F nl-tiiul
Hlch School District. District No. 1,
said County of Cochise, State or An
zona, do hereby call an election to
h held on Saturday. February 1st,
in the certain building situated In the
City ot BIsbee, said County and State,
known as the Central fachool nulla
ing. for the purpose of submitting to
the tasnaycrs of said district. .
Whether the Bonds of said District
bo Issued and Eold for the purpose cf
raisins money with which to con
struct a High School Building in and
for said District, purchasing a site
and equipping tho same.
John J. Hill. John S. Warren and
Richard Humphreys, qualified clectora
of said High School District of
whom John J. Hill shall act as In
spector, are appointed by us
jidges for the purpose of conducting
said election, and the pons tnereot
will be open on said election day
Irom the hours of 9 o'clock A. .3L,
to 5 o'clock P. M.
The amount of said bond Issue shall
be eighty thousand (?SO,000.00) Dol
lars In the aggregate1 and consist of
eighty (80) Bonds of the denomina
tion of One Thousand ($1,000.00) Dok
lars each, and shall be numbered from
1 to SO Inclusive and bear interest
from their date at the. rata of five
and ono half per cent (5t&) per an
num and both the principal and intu
eat shall be payable in gold coin of
the United States of America and the
Bonds are to run as follows:
Nog. 1 to 10, both inclusive to be
doe 3 yrs. fron? date.
Not 11 to 20, both inclusive to bo
due 4 yrs. from date.
Nos. 21 to CO, both inclusive to bo
due 5 yrs. from date.
Nos. 31 to 40, both Inclusive to bo
due (f yrs. from date.
Nos. 41 to 50, both inclusive to b3
due 7 yrs. from dale.
1 to 60, both inclusive to bef.." ',. " , '; i. r, .' "' . , ".".
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lue 10 yrs. from date.
Instruction to voters will be posted
iccordlng to law. .
Dono at Bisbee, Arizona, t'cls third
Day of January, 1913.
A. G. WATKINS.
C. A. McDONALD.
F. a BLEDSOE.
Trustees of School District No. 2
cf Cochise County Arizona.
Board ot Education of High School!
District, District No. 2, County of Co
chise. State ot Arizona. 49S.
OROINANCE NO '.S3,
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE
tlerr nc tuc ctobctc nir rur
nw nc- aisarr'nv upmim m'
BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor
and Common Council of the City of
Bisbee ns follows:
Sectfon 1. In no evunt shall any
vehicle be operated or', driven on any,
thoroughfare of this city at a speed!
In excess ot t.ftten roller per hour.
Section 2, No Vehicle Shall be OD-'
Urated on any such thoroughfare atj
tlon or craeBiag
hlctes aiovia ocullct11tbo0ugbffti?dab.fkf v.- i- ..J WAfi riinafv-.t- h-r
sfeaft-tm keK and driven to the'rigstl
or lie road in the direction ofj.prog-
rm, except during sucjTtime only a
It would be . ImmedlaW'ly danaerons
to life, limb tn: property so to do.
r &' o,
Section 4. No penon shall operate!
any vehicle, or Tide or drive any an
imal, on any of such thoroughfares,
at a speed greater than is reasonable
and proper, having regaid to th
traffic and use of tho highway, or so
ns to endanger the iife or limb of
any person, or the safety ot any
Section 5. Each section hereof
shall be construed as independent en
Section C. Tho provisions ot Sec
tion 1 of Ordinance No. 27 of this
City, so far ns it refers to vehicles.
and Ordinance No. 173, being an Or
dinance entitled "An Ordinance Reg
ulating the TJso of the Streets of Bid
bee by Automobiles. Motorcycles, and
Vehicles of IJko Character" and Or
dinance No. 159 being an ordinance
entitled "An Ordinance Limiting the
Speed al Which Automobiles and
Like Vehicles May bo Driven and
Prohibiting Immoderate Driving there
of" are hereby repealed.
Section 7. Any person who shall
t folate any of the provisions ot Sec
tions 1, 2, 3 or 4 hereof shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
upon conviction shall be punished by
a fine not to exceed tho sum of $100
or by imprisonment for not to ex
ceed thirty days, or by both such
fine and imprisonment"
Section 8. This ordinance shall
take effect and be In force from and
after Its passage and duo publica
tion as by law provided.
Passed and adopted by tho Com
mon Council of BIsbee, Arizona, this
7th day of January, 1913.
Approved by tha Mayor tho 7th
day of January, 1913. -
JOHN S. WILLIAMS,
V 1 Mayor.
M. L. BUTLER.'
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of The Interior
S. Land Otfice at Phoenix, Arizona.
December 7W., isiz.
NOTICE js hereby given that Allan
J. Withtrell, of Bisbee, Arizona, who.
on June 9ib., 1909, made homestead
entry No. 06222, for S. 1-2 NE. 1-4
and N. 1-2 SE. 1-4 of Section 15
TownshlD 22 S.. Rangn 2G E.. G &'S.
a3,R. Meridian, has filed aotico of In
tention to make final three year
proof, to establish claim to tne land
above described, before Jared D
Taylor, U. S. Commissioner, at Bis
bee, Arizona, on the 15th day of Jan
Claimant names as witnesses:
John W. Clark, of Bisbee. Arizona.
Daniel J. Zigler, of Bisbee', Arizona
William J.Rucastle. of Lowell, Ariz
James E. Kenney. of Bisbee. Ariz.
FRANK 1L PARKER,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
IN THE COUNTY OF COCHISE,
STATE OF ARIZONA
Notice of Hearing Petition.
IN THE Matter of the Estate of
NOTICE lo hereby given that
George N. Kasun, the Administrator
of Uio Estate of Frank Blazevich, De
ceased, lias filed in this court His
Final Account ot his proceedings ay
such Administrator together with his
T... I.I .!. I JI-l.Il.ll
the samo will bo heard on Friday the
Imh fiav of January. A. D. 1913, at
..! 10.00 o'clock In the forenoon of said
day, ot the Courtroom of said Court,
hi -tha City of Tombstone, Covntj
ot Cochise, State, ot Arizona, and all
1rtrKSirt (ntnrocf wl -in ntrl raino. Am
notified, thoirand thertito appear and
show cause. If any tfiey have, why
he said account should not be a! -
lowcd and settled, and the said peti
Dated Ja'nuary 7th, 1313.
Clerk of the Superior Court.
By a B. WILSON, "
'' py for Vhat You See.
Theaters in Havana, according to an
exchange, have a system by whieb pa-
trons pay for a st for one act and, if
j pleased, pay Tor anotner act, and so j
ton to Use end ot the performance. Dy (
this method a playgoer may keep on
trying different theaters till he finds a
play to his liking, aad spend for his
vsrJnii 'ramnlM'' nntr thn nric that
he would pay" for one.tlcket. according
U t lnnMna mifarsn
,ie derei.cfl c one'alfcelines.fnhola.
lag a skein for one's 'grandmother "br
for one's sweetheart- i ;. ,
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This smart little waist may well b
nado ot soft Japanese silk, or satin,
nessaline, mercerized gingham, batiste
ind other wash materials. The little
roke might have Oriental colors In the
mbroldery. or It may be made ot
The pattern (5542) is cut In sizes
12 to 42 inches bust measure. Medium
Ize requires 2 yards of 27 inch ma
rlaL To procure this pattern send 10 cents
jo Tattern Department," ot 'Jala paper.
(V'rite name and address plainly, and b
lure to rive alxo and number of pattern.
j NO. 5542.
TOWN. STREET AND NO.,
Demand for Attar of Roses.
The fancy of society women for per
fumes and especially for attar of
roses has sent up the prices to the
highest on record. Attar ot rosen. which
is extremely rare and Is perhaps tho
most valuable perfume In the mar
ket, now Is commandlne. almost a pro
hibitive price. Despite the cost, bow
ever, the whim ot women has taken to
that as the rarest and most delicate ot
perfumes. Dealers in Fifth avenue.
New York, say that they have tho
greatest difficulty Jn obtaining enough
to supply the orders ot their custom
ers. Practical Aid for the Poor.
Miss Elizabeth Ross has been ap
pointed manager of the household ser
vice office, which has Just been estab
lished In Jamaica Plain. Mass, by the
Women's Municipal League. Tho en-
terprlse Is patterned after the Brat-
tleboro Mutual Aid Association, a
neighborhood service which affords
mutual aid for the sick. The plan It
to furnish at cost competent nnrzes, to,
educate people along sanitary lines
n1J" furnish employment for women
andglrl competent as household help-
Walnut Tree a Bell Tower.
A church bell hung on a walnut
tree at Therfleld, England, which for
40 years had summoned the villagers
to dlvlno service, has been taken down
and now forms part of a peal In the
newly erected tower of the church.
When the present church, was erected
a tower could not be built owing to
lack of funds and a bell from tne olS
church was hung on the walnut tree,
which is near the church.
Much Banc from Cork Tree.
Occasionally EOo pounds of cork
bark are taken from a single tree la
regularly everyone or ten yeaM
1 thrQUghout the life of the- tree. The
..-. .uan uA ri- trv. u fm-r
nWi liimdrod rears old. "Instead of
injuring the tree, stripping the bark
seems1 to add Impetus to the growth
cf a new caaL
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I J0HT KMtE
SO MUCH OF
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! Qnnln Mrrlr Wfwl' la flraf nAmAQftfH
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WEEK ENDING JAN 11, 1913.
J. J. O'Loughlin, W. M. , . .
Bassett Watkins, Sec'y. F. & A. M.
G. W. Stewart, H. P.
F. E. Bennett,. T. I. M.
J. T. Abrams, E. C.
W. R. Banks, Sec'y. Huachuca Coun
cil, R. A. M. &. K. T.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
carl Chapter No. C
Meets In Masonic Hall
Second and Fourth
Wednesdays of each
LILLIAN BLAIR, W. M
LUELLA SNODGRASS,. Sec'y..
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10.
I. O. O. F.
ing at Odd Fel
lows Hall, Main SL, at 7:20.
Visiting brothers are cordially In
vited to attend.
F. J. ATTAWAY. N. G., Phone 580.
J. G. PRI1 CHARD, Secretary.
SONORA LODGE NO. 23.
I. O. O. F.
meets every Mon
day night In Eagle Hall.
Visiting brothers cordially invited
D. E. R1NEHART. N. G.
C. R. PERCIVAL, Sec'y. P. O. Box 42.
GOLDEN RULE ENCAMPMENT
O. F. Meets
7:30 p. m. Odd Fel
lows Hall. AH vis
GEO, VANDERWALKER. C. P.
F. C. FENDERSON; Scribe.
Meets every Mon-
ORDER OF OWLS.
ing first and
day ot each
ODD FELLOWS HALL
W. H. THOMPSON, Pres.
G. J. REARDON, Sec'y.
K. . L. O. S.
Knights and Ladies of Security meet
in MedigoIch Hall every 2nd and
JAMES F. HUMPHRIES, President
GRACE DOWNING. Sec'y.. Box
ANNA M. SHIELDS, Financier.
P. 0. Box 1471.
Power of Radium.
Suppose that the enersy of a ton of
radium could be utilized In 30 years,
instead ot being evolved nt its In
variable slow rate of 1.760 years for
half disintegration, it would suffice to
propel a ship of 15.000 tons, with en
gines of 15.000 horsepower, at tho rate
of 15 knots'an hour for 30 years prac
tically tbo lifetime of the ship. To do
this actually regulres one and one-half
million tons of coal. New York
To Destroy AnU.
Ants that frequent gardens or
bouses may bo destroyed by taking
flour of brimstone one-half pound and
potash four ounces, and set them In
I"."!, ,M""e" Pa" "T lDe "ro
3.3' 1". . ZEl T7..
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Auov nvi7 j tuu uwurji iu wauci.
sprinVle it the ants
I uooti isea.
"Who is the patron saint of music?"
Inquired the," student. "What kindot
music?" rejoined the professor. "If
you allude to ragtlnie-rshcuM say St.
Vitas." Washington Star.
Richard I Homestead S3
Vieets second and fourth.
Tuesday at Odd Follows
1.11 re!fln A..flAra firil
VJCCTiu?5' , ..."I5 .. w-w ---
SS!S- cordially Invitea. :,
W. C. n. HOOVER. Foreman, t
K. D. Stinson, Correspondent,
w. o. w.
Woodmen of tbe(Worfd
meet at Fair Hall,, the.
second and fourth
Mondays , of eafb
month. Visiting broth.-.
era Invited to a'ttend.
O. B. THOMAS, Ct-C.
C. rr. THOMAS, Clerk.
LODGE NO 67 .
Regular meeting first and third
Fridays of each month. - ,
Visiting brothers cordially mtVied
J. M. BALL, Exalted Ruler.
E. M. COX, Secretary.
T. F. B.
No. 452- meets
evening at .7:30
at K. of P. hall.
RUTH R. FENNBR. President.
BARBARA SHEARER. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Rathbone Lodge No 10,
Knights of Pythiaa
meet the first, second,
and fourth Tuesdays
of each month in Py;
thlan Castle 7:30 p. v
Pythiaa brothers ccr
W K. CALEY, C. C.- "
J. a KRIGBAUM, K. of R. S.
I. O. R. M.
Meets every Thursday evening at
7:C0 o'clock in Pythian Castle. All
list ting Red Men welcome.
WILLIAM CAMPBELU Sachem.
M. D. COHEN. Medicine Man.
BISBEE LODGE NO 713
Meetings every Friday nightMason
Ic Temple. Visiting brothers cordially
F. E. BENNETT, Dictator. 'r
J. A. M. VONK, Secretary.
LOYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION
Sbffl I wkbthats he Tr, ,:
v. voulow't stawo for- i ra JJ
lp 2r"fit dLTdtKl f
llccta every Mon
day night at 7:30,
sharp at Masonic"
crs cordially - frff
halL Visiting brotli'
vited. , "
K BRERETON. '
R. FERGUS, Ee3.""'
Sec'y. Box 426.
LIBERTY COURT NO 1
GUARDIANS; OF. LIBERTY.,
Meeti ih ilfaiint rfSrtniWI W Iffl:
third Tud3tay8ibt''acSiJindnfh.!' Ajf
visiting brothers cordially invited. 495
F. O. E.
Bisbee Aerie 175, F. O.
first and third Mondays. 8 -p. m. at.
Fair Hall. Visitors cordially welcomed
JAS. McTJONALD, President r.
M. D. COHEN. Aerie FhysJciac. gf
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