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WANTED Cook, apply residence M.
J. Cunningham. CS1
WAITRESS wanted at Mason Hotel,
WANTED Roomers and boarders,
nice clean warm rooms. Good Ger
man cocking Mrs. H. Blunt, 155
opera Drive C3:
MRS. M1LL1MAN wishes to anaounce
the lias opened a dining room up
stairs In the Hughes House. C
ANTED Clean cotton rags at lie-
view office. 450
WANTED Girl for "general
work. Phone 380.
WANTED To pay the highest cash
trice for your furniture. It costs
yo nothing to " us up, and it
win save jou mc y. G. O. BRAN
SON, Johnson AJd Phono 425 76
(ARRIS BLOCK FURNITURE CO.
New and second hand furniture
bought and sold. Fine stork wall
paper. Brewery avenue. Phone
WANTED Clean cotton rags at Re
view office. 456
WANTED To buy all the sec
end hand furniture In the
"Warren District. Phone 341.
BreoWCooncr Furniture Co.,
TWO FURNISHED houses to rent.
One three loom and other four
room. Enquire No. 7 Montana
street. Lowell, or Busy Beo res
FOR RENT FurntsTied modern five
room house In Warren. Party rent
ing must board owner. Desirable
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FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms
gentlemen, 4 quality Hin.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping
rooms, 1S9 Temby Avenue, known
as tho Stoner butidlag. 596.
STEAM heated rooms at the Golden,
Main St 5C.
TOR SALE or trade Boulder, Colo
rado residence, value $120 for
Bisbee property. Address Box 126a
IX)R SALE Cheap, good general
family horse and buggy. Phone 189.
TOR SALE Fine Jersey cow, fresh
ta two weeks. Du Jovee.' Warren.
OR SALB Three hstws and lots
oh Orchard or Wrophy A,, good
i0itr te rent, lnqnlre of Jokn
Fftrk-, 22T-C Orefcarrt Ave. 634
i uit AAI.B raiagoma bs many
opfwwtsnios tor Jtve miring men
I can locate yo on good Inside
copper and silver dates that will
MK for big money tfeU year. Hv
good shipping copper property for
sale or lease on liberal terms. Thlr
ty years a pioseAr in this district.
"Write ate Wm. Powers, Patagonia,
MONEY TO LOAN On real estate
n6 esjotiabl stock itnd bends at
Connecting with E. F. Hutton & Co.'s private wjre.
Stocks. Bonds, Grains and Cotton Arizona" Copper
. Stories a''pecialty.
Office Copper .Queen'Ho tel
; ra all principal exchanges.
H Phone;' !35
S simple interest. Bjy your own
home and pay for it at less thai.
?10.GO per month. Including bote
note and interest. L. T. Frazler
Rooms 13 and 14 Allen Block.
FOR SALE Ranch in Sulphur
Spring Valley Good well of wa
ter, pump engine house and live
stock. Inquire Leader Saloon, Lo
IN THE SUPREME COURT
IN THE COUNTY OF COCHISE,
STATE OF ARIZONA.
Notice of Hearing Petition.
IN THE Matter of the Estate o.
ANGELA DI Z de HANSEN,
NOTICE Is hereby given that John
.. Hogrn has filed in this court
Petition praying fcr Letters of Ac
ministration of the Estate of Angelt
Diaz de Hansen, deceased; "an tha
the same will be heard on Prida;
the 17th day of January. A. D , 1913
at 10 00 o'clock In the forenoon ot
Mild da, at the Courtroom of sain
court, in the City of Tombston-,
County of Cochise, State of Arizona
and all persons interested In said es
tatc are notified, then and there to
appear and show cause. If any they
biivo, 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
NOTICE is uerebyiven, that the
17th day of January, 1913, at the hour
of one o'clock p m , a' he Court
room of the Superior Court of State
of Arizona in and for Cochise Coun
ty, in the court house of said county.
In the City of Tombstone, has been
appointed as the time and nlace foi
(.roving the will of Peter Hansen, dei
ceased, and for bearing the applica
ttion or Jntin w. Hnirnn. ror iettprs
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iviamciJtat j etui iev tut vJ uvici
ruination by tho court of the validity
of a certain document purporting to
be a will of said deceased, made in
rat or of one Ernll Nlkoloosky, and
dated November 21, 1912. and denied
to bo al!d by the said John W
Witness Hon. Fred Sutter, Judge o
said Superior Court, and the hand and
seel of the Clerk of tho Superior
Court ot the State ot Arizona, in and
for CochUe County. This 28th day
ot December. 1912.
J. E. JAMES,
Clerk of the Superior Court
NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOND
TlaMitiifcn In nur ttlArmiant it t fill.
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irsBiees ot oeuooi uiskicl u. t. "-i
Cochfee County. State of Arizona, and
zona, do hereby call an election to
be held on SaUirday, February 1st-
ii the certain building situated In the
City of Bisbee, said County and State,
known as the Central School build
ins, for the purpose of submitting to
the taxpayers of said district,
Whether the Bonds ot said District
be Issued and sold for the purpose cf
raising money with which to con
struct a High School Building in ami
for said District, purchasing a site
and equipping the same.
John J. Hill. John S. Warren and
tichard Humphreys qualified electors
Building. Private .-wires
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visahle so to do, we. the undersigned , " "r as il rers to v
Trustees of School District No. 2 ot,n Ordinance No. 173, being
ot Education ot msnec ----- - - " "" ." "- a competent witness of a w
Dktrtci, District No. 2, X,"LA.,?rlel MOlorcJes and a father wno refusPS t0
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THE mjiBKK DAILY KKV IEW. BISBEE. ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUAR1
Help At That Particular Moment
f &W High School District of
a horn John J. Hill shall act as In
spector, are appointed by us as
Judges for the purpose of conducting
said election, and the polls thereof
will bo open on said Selection day
(rom tho hours of 3 'o'clock A. M
to 5 o'clock P. M.
The amount of said bond issue shall
be elgbtr thousand ($80,000.00) Dol
are in the aggregate and consist of
eighty (80) Rcfnds of the denomlna-
ion of One Thousand ($1.000 00) Dol
lars each, and shall bo numbered from
l to SO Inclush o and bear interest
from their date at tho.to of Ave
rod one halt per cent (5) ie an
num and both the crincinal and Int&i
st shall be, inayable in gold coin of
-ue uimtfu aiaies ot America and tho
Uonds are to run as follows:
Nos. 1 to 10, both inclusive to bo
tue 3 yrs. from date. '
Noj 11 to 20, both Inclcilve to bo
lue 4 yrs. from date.
Nos. 21 to 20, both inclusive to bo
lue 5 yrs. from date.
Nos. 31'to 40, both inclusive to be
iuc c jrs. from date.
Nos 41 to 50, both Inclusive to bs
lue 7 rs. from dale.
Nos 51 to 60, Toth Inclusive to be
lue S yrs from date.
Nos. CI to 70, bothi Inclusive to be
lue 9 yrs. from date.
Nos. 71 to 80, both Inclusive to bo
ue 10 yrs. from date.
Instruction to votersiwill be posted
iccording to law.
Done at Bisbee, Arizona, this third
Day of January, 1913.
A. G. WATKINS.
c. a. Mcdonald.
F. C. BLEDSOE.
Trustees of School District No. 2
it Cochise County .Arizona.
Board of Education of High School
District, District No 2, County of Co
chise, State of Arizona. 493.
ORDINANCE NO 133.
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE
USE OF THE STREETS OF THE
CITY OF BISBEE BY VEHICLES
BE IT ORDAINED by tho Mayor
Mil Common Council of the City of
Gisbee as follows.
Section 1. In no event shall anv
clime .,e U1ieraiea or anven on any
horoughfare of this city at a speed
tu excess of lifttcn miler per hour
Section 2. No vehicle shall be op
erated on any such thoroughfare at
a speed in excess of six miles per
hour within one hundred feet on ap
proach ot any corner, turn, intersec
tion or crossing
Section 3. AH animals, and ve
hicles moing on such thoroughfares
shall be kept and driven to the right
ol the toad in the direction of prog
ress, except during such time only as
It would bo Immediately dancerous
no iiic, Jimt or property so to do
4. No rwrsnn Rhnll nnomta
any vehicle, or ridV r ririr ,.
imal, on any of such thoroughfares.
at a speea greater than Is reasonable
and proper, having regard trr the,
traffic and use of the highway, or so
as to endanger the life or limb of I
any person, or the safety of any tuuulJr "" uv w im ujue commission
property ' f er S. L. Pattee the matter of giving
Section 3. Each section hereof ! e Protection of the law to minor
shall be construed as Independent en ?hlren in cafe ,hc.re the.l?Kh?r T
astmenU ! tased or neglected to contribute to
Section C. The crovlslons of S,OtheIr auPP?'t and receUedthe as-
ition 1 of Ordinance No. 27 of Thlx'
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' uzuaace o. la?
being an ordln&ncei,,oo.i' r nknnnn..n hn n-i'o
entitled An Ordinance Hm ting the!s no. lnvohed It Is also necessary
Speed at Which Automobiles and that the fact that a mother has con
,ZSt u, . sf" r e Drlven and trAuted to the support of the chil-
l IUUIU1UU5 iiaiuuuuraie uriving mere
ot are hereby repealed
Section 7. Any person who shall
violate any of the provisions of Sec
tions 1, 2, 3 or 4 hereof shall bo
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
upon conriction shall bo punished by
a flee not to exceed the sum. of $100
or by imprisonment for not to ex
ceed thirty days, or by both, such
fine and Imprisonment.
bectlon S. This ordinance fchall
take effect and be la force from and
after its passage and due publica
tion as by law provided.
Passed ana adopted by the Com
mon council ot Bisbee. Arizona, this
7th day of January, 1913.
Approved by the Mayor the 7th
day of January, 1913.
JOHN S. WILLIAMS,
M. L. BUTLER, ' 1 .1 f "?F
IN THE. SUPERIOR' COURT ,
IN THE COUNTVo'f-' COCHISE,
STATE OF ARIZONA
Notice of Hearing Petition.
IN THE Matter of the Estate of
NOTICE is herebr glxen thatl
George N. Kasun, the Administrator
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AROUND THE STATE
EATS AND MUSIC
"Gee, but Ah lie musio with man
With a proper accompaniment of
The aboie suggested tune win be
the jna'n number on tne program of
the Arizona state penitentiary con
Met band next Friday noon, who,i
the Maricopa automobllists arrive' it
the. Florence institution for the big
Jail feed which have been arranged by
Governor Hunt. The governor an
nounced yesterday he had secured
the sen ices bf, , the prison band for
a concert during the session pr the
motorists around , $ie sumptuous
board, and those 'ot a flotk ot acro
bats to entertain the diners wttn
their antics while the euts areubekig
djbeussed. The ' prison acrobats are
irobaWj better known than', the
prtBon i band, what with the stories
and articles that hae appeared Jn
magazines concerning the uplift fac
tory. But after the .Midwinter Mo
torcade is over the Band, and all, will
bo well known to the world. Repub
lican, f i
Under the management of Fred A.
Larson of Phoenls. a Scandinavian
'American society will be organized
there In the near future.
Mr. Larson said concerning the or
ganization: "There Is no reason why
we shouldn't form the Scanillna Wan
American society here. I think It
will be a success and a good thing
for Arizona, as there are many good
people from tho frozen north in this
Mrs. MelviHo Grecnlcaf of Yumu,
enjoys tho distinction of being tho
first woman police officer in Yuma
and probably in Arizona. Tho first
duty that fell to her lot was when she
accompanied her husband, the Sheriff
of luma county, to Phoenix Tor the
DUrtmeA rtf Vila rinrv tti m rltMnAA
C'rlttenten home for girls Miss Marl
ana Ramirez, who was sent there by
me luma juvenile court for delin
quency. Mrs Greenleaf states that the Crit
tenden home is an Ideal place, and the
enironments are of the best; in short
the home Is planned for the speely
reform of wayward girls, without ihe
jeiil tendencies or a reform school
where girls are kept in subjection
Just as criminals are in a jail, and. oy
being placed In daily contact with
hardened cases, the chances for re
form are reduced to a minimum and
the finger of scorn too often awaits a
girl when liberated ,
The cost of keeping the girl at the
Crittenden home Is $30,000 per month,
which Is borne by Yuma county.
WILL CORRECT LAW
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s?ranCe F oniciai mat legisu-
to tne nex, leeislature.
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"Wnai Is needed,' said the coun
tr attorney, "is law that will make
dren shall not be a sufficient defense
lnr the father.
Poisoned oy eating 'ice from an old
can he found npar his home, the foar-year-old
son of Charles Dalan died 'n
terrible agony at Yuma. He ate only
a small juantitr ot tho ice frozen n
of the Estate of Fraak lilazevlch, De
ceased, has filed in this court His
Final Account of his proceedings a?
such Administrator together with hi
Petition for the final distribution of
the residue of said Estate, aad that
the same will be heard on Friday the
24 th day ot January, A. D, 1913, at
10:00 o'clock In the forenoon of said
day, at the Courtroom of said Court,
in the City of Tombstone. County
of Cochise, State of Arizona, and all
bcrsons interested in said estate are
notified,, then andjhere to appear anHi
the said BaccoOTit' should not be al
lowed and settled, and thesald peti
tion granted. T - s
Dated January 7th. 1913. ty
Clerk of the SuperiorCourt.
By C. BVILSONV
e ii rnniiiTini inifi 11 ii
Alexander Ledwig Smoldon
Has Been Missing
N. G. Smoldon. of 13S0 North Com
mercial street, TSalem, Oregon, lias
written .Chief ot Police Watkins ask
ing! that he keep a look ont for Al
exander Ledftlg Smoldon.
.According to the letter received by
Chief Watkins, Alexander SmoMou
has not been home for about three
months. When he left he bad about
J100 on his person, and the writer
believes tuat he has met foul play.
He Is described as being about thir
ty cars old, is 5 feet 81-2 inches
tall and weighs about ISO pounds
Smoldon has communicated with the
writer fjnee his disappearance, but
for a number of months nothing haa
been heard from him.
the can, but a few moments later lu
became violently HI. It is believed
that the can bad contained meat or
Ssh and tho combination of decayed
flesh and tin bad made a deadly poi
son , COLD WEATHER
W. T. Sawyer, the mining man
of Rces, who was In PrescotL reports
tho coldest weather ecr known .n
tho Congress country, the mercur
dropping to eighteen degrees and oc
casfoning general comment oer the
exceptionally cold weather that na
prevailed for three days.
FALLS THROUGH WINDOW
Fritz Beevers, 17 jcars old. a para
graph clerk for the Randolph lines,
ell out of a second story window in
the Hittinger block In Tucson and
broke his right wrUt. Ho fell twelto
feet and landed on a pile of ashes n
the rear of the building. He was plac
ing with another boy at the time. His
companion was trying to stick a
piece of gum on Beeers' hand and
tne the latter backed through the
WRITING A BILL
Attornej Sam Pattee of Tucson is
engaged in drafting a bill providing
for the transfer of the tract of land
near the state university desired bj
the desert laboratory of the Carnegie
InstHute. He Is Investigating the law
relating to such a transfer and will
draft a bill for introduction in the
next of the state legislature. Senator
John T. Hughes will introduce the
bill In the state senate.
SOLD INDIAN LIQUOR
Victor Rodriguez was given a pre
liminary hearing before United States
Commlttioner H. H. Pratt at Globe on
a charge, of selling liquor to Indians
He was held to ball In the sum of
$1,000 to await the act'on of the Unit
ed States court. Rodriguez pleaded
guilty to the offense. He claimed that
he was unaware that he was violating
the law and stated that he gave the
Indians a drink 'but did not sell tho
whisky to them.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take I.AXAT1VE BROMO Quln!n
Tablets. Druggists refund raonej if
l flla in fliro VL tf fiUOVE'S sig-
nature is on Mich box. 2jC Adver.
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1 1 ' ' i " i " i i mw i ii 1 1
t. i f use unaer su
birong and Durable conditions.
Pivp .steady, tm'ghftjjjgtjt, ) f. JjEasy to Lights
Easy to clean and rewick. Don't Smoke.
Don't blow out in the wind. 'Don't Leak.
sveDre STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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Lo Aa!a. S.b Frmacut
WEEK ENDING JAN 11, 1913.
J. J. 0'l.ougulln. V M.
Bassctt Watkins, Scc'y. F. &. A. M.
G. W. Stewart, H. P.
F. U. Bennett, T.-1. M.
J. T. Abrams, E. C.
W. R. Banks, Sec'y. Huachuca- Coun
cil. R, A. M. & K. T.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Pearl Chapter No., C
Meets in Masonic Hall
Second and Fourth
"Wednesdays of each
LILLIAN BLAIR, W. M
LUELLA SNODGRASS. Secy..
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10.
I. O. O. F.
Meets c ery
ii Wednesday eeu
' Ing at Odd Fel
lows Hall, Main St., at 7 JO.
Visiting brothers aro cordially in
vited to attend.
F. J. ATTAWAY. N G., Ptonc 5S0
I. G PR1TCHARD, Secretary.
SONORA LODGE NO. Z3.
I. O. O. F.
ifc Cananca. Mexico,
meets every Mon
day night In Eagle Hall.
Visiting brothers cordially invited
D. H. RINEHART. N. G.
C. R. PKRCIVAL. Secy P. O. Box 42.
GOLDEN RULE ENCAMPMENT
I. O. O. F. Meets
every second and
fourth Friday at
7:30 p. m. Odd Fel
lows Hall. All vis
GEO. VANDERWALKKR. C. P.
V. C. FENDERSON, Scribe.
Meets every Mon
ORDER OF OWLS.
ing first and
day ot oach
ODD FELLOWS HALL
W. H. THOMPSON, Pres
G. J. REARDON, Sec'j.
K. & L. O. S.
Knights and Ladles of Security meet
iu -ut-uisuvicn mom every 2nd and
4th Thursdav. -
JAMES F. HUMPHRIES. Prosnt.
GRACE DOWXTVfS. SW r.- n
ANNA M. SHIELDS. PinanVlnr
jP. O Box 1471.
I" 1 iSf 2
w For Fishing,
C. 4. Voight
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
Richard I Homestead 83
tieets second and fourth
Tuesday at Odd Fellowa
Hall, visiting Archers are
cordially Invited. .
W. C R. HOOVER. Foreman.
E. D. Stinson, Correspondent, Box
W. o. w.
.. Woodmen of tho World
SS meet at Fair Hall, 'the
second and lourtn
Mondas ot each
month. Visiting broth
ers invited to attend.
O. B. THOMAS. C! C.
it THOMAS, Clerk. , '
Regular meeting first and third
I'r.dajs ot each mcuih.
Visiting brothers cordially lnVcd,
to attend. .
J. M. BALL, Exalted Ruler.
E. M COX, Secretary.
T. F. B.
No. 452 meets
evening at 7 30
at K of P hall.
Vi iling members
RUTH It KI.N'NEK. President.
BARBARA SHEARER. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Rathbono Lodge No 10
Knights of Pythian
meet the first, second,
and fourth fuesdaya
of each moath in Py
th.an Castle 7:30 n. m.
ffWhRA Pythian brothers cor
gg? dully invited.
W v K CALEY. C. C.
J. C. KRIGB VUM, K. of R. S.
I. O. R. M.
Meets every Thursday eveaing at
7: 10 o'clock in Pythian Castle. All
visiting Red Men welcoree.
WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Sachem.
M. D. COHEN, Medicine Man.
BISRfp Lonr.F no 7a
I Metlnfsi Aiet-v VrUav nlk Vauin
ic Temple. Visiting brothers ooVdfefly
, F E. BENNETT, Dictator.
; J. A. M VON'K. Secretary.
j LOYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION OF
Kesto ery Men
dey nfct at 7:30
sharp at Masoote
rs oerAattr In.
haH. Vistting broth
vtto. K BRERBTON.
R. FERGUS. Ree.
Sec'y. Box 4W.
LIBERTY COURT NO 1
GUARDIANS OF LIBERTY
Mcts in M
F. O. E.
Bisbee Aerie 17S. ..P. O. K. ma
flrst and tftlnl MaJBdaytetS a. m. it
Fair Hall. Miji'ters MniSUr wlldLm-d
M. D. OOIiBMT. Arfe Psjiwag.
LODGE NO 671,
fi fS 3a
vaa St jkiSfihi?i