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WANTED You to telephone 244
writo ub or call if ou have furni
ture for sale, highest cash price
paid or exchanged. House furnish
ings complete, eajy pajments.
Standard Furn. Co.. Allen Block.
WANTED Clean cotton rags at He
view office. 450
WANTED To par the highest cash
price for jour furniture. It costs
To. nothing to cf" us up, and it
will Eave you nic e. GO. BRAN
SON, Johnson AJdU. Phone 425 76
IYANTED Clean cotton rags at Re
view office. 450
WANTED To buy all the sec
ond hand furniture in the
Warren District. Phone 3U.
Brooks-Cooper Furniture Co..
WANTED Three or four furnished
housekeeping rooms or small house
In Warren. Address Box SCSI. Lo
well, Aril. ,
AGENTS WANTED To handle housc-
' article which spIIs at, sight. Big
HroHJf Writo -nt once -for partiw-
lars. Call Publishing Co., : HH
Jilatl SL. Denver. Colo. 151
AMBITIOUS SALESMEN, neat a
pearance, call on Merchants In their
territory; elegant side lines, con
venient to earn; good commls
slons, prompt remittance. Belmont
Mfg. Co.. Cincinnati. O. 168
AGENTS Own aoap route We start
resonsiblc men and women in this
paving business without capital
Sample free. E. R. Anderson. Co , S
Louis, Mo. 16t
residence of W.
maid. Apply at
H. Brophy. 154
SALESMAN to take charge of Real
Estate ofiice here. Extra nood
proposition to live maiu Call room
(J, Johnson Hotel, between 1 and 4
p. in. IS. D. Lane. 171.
WANTED Shoemaker, hand work,
on repairs. Call at once. Gran'ts
Shoo store. Lowell. 174.
WANTED Your clothes to clean and
press to look like new City Clean
ing Dye Works. R. O. Owon,
Mgr. Phone 47. 178
roil UK.NT Housekeeping rooms.
MaxHeld Flat, Clan son J J 111. 68
FOR RENT 14 room house centralj
located, furniture for sale and lib
eral lase given to right party. In
quire 33 O. K. St, 47.
TOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms
near Allen Block. Ildtes reasosnble.
The Lorens Hotel Phone Black 56.
OR RENT 2 furnished rooms
gentlemen, Quality Hill.
STEAM heated rooms at the Golden,
Main St 56.
IIKATED rooms for re&t, near school
house, Lowell. Mrs. B. M. Duriey.
ItOARD and comfortable room for
one or two men who appreciate
Kood horn. Blunts, 152 Opera
Drive, Phone 0. 127.
Connecting with E. F. Hutton & Co.'s private wire.
Stocks, Bonds, Grains and Cotton Arizona Copper
Stocks a' specialty. " ' '. J.
Office Copper Queen Hotel Building. Private wires
tdvalf principal exchanges.
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roil KENT Two room furnished
house. Wildinan Lumber Yard.
CXBIN For batching Apply
Lenoy, Youngblood Hill.
fOR SALE or trade Boulder, Colo
rado residence, value $1200. for
BUbee property. Address Box 1268
tOll SALE Three bouses and lots
on Orchard or Brophy Ave., good
property to rent. Inquire of John
Farley. 227-C Orchard Ae. C34
FOR SALE One hundred colonies of
bees In ten-frame hives $500 00
Single hives $6.00 each. Sixty
pound can extracted honey $5.00
Smaller quantities 10 cts. per pound
Address A. J. Swan, Lowell. 121.
rOR SALE Cbean. Good 5 room
house. Apply 27 Upper Lowell.
rOR SALE Piano used only 4
months. $200.00 cash. W. Mulr.
FOR SALE Suits mada to measure.
City Cleaning &. Dje Works. IS. 0.
Owen, Mgr. Phone 47. 177
roil SALE Patagonia offers many
opportunities for live miring men
I can locate jou on good inside
copper and silver claims that will
sell for big money this year. Have
good shipping copper property for
sale or lease on liberal terms. Thir
ty years a pioneer In this district.
Write me. Wm. Powers, Patagonia,
tARRIS BLOCK FURNITURE CO.
New and second hand furniture
bought and sold. Fine stock wall
raper. Brewery avenue, phone
DAY OLD CHICKS Am now book
ing orders for spring delivery of
day old chicks. All breeds Also
have for sale thoroughbred poultry
and batching ggs. Writo me for
prices and terms. Marshall Hum
phrc. Box 745, Phoenix, Arizona.
MONEY TO LOAN On real estate
and negotiable stock ?nd bonds at
5 simple interest. Buy joJr ownf
home and pay for it at less than
$10.00 per month, including tola
note and interest. L- T. Frazler,
Rooms 13 and 14 Allen Block.
WILLOW RIVER, B. C Main line
G. T. P. and P. & II. B. Rys.; en
trance croat Penco River Country.
Write. Pac. Lfand & Townsltes Co.
Ltd 170 Pac. Bldg. Vancouver, B,
C. for maps, plats, printed matter.
Agents Wanted. 91
MY PLAN will start you In a bm
paIng business of jour own. 100
different -ways. Particulars freei
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NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOND
Because In our Judgment it Is ad
vlsablc eo to do, we. the undersigned
Trustees of School District No. 2 o'
Cochise County, State of Arizona, and
tbo Board of Education of Bisbee
High School District. District No. 2
iisssaMSMsBsssjMts!MaMsjWBwwMwi '. Twowai.ni iiw.ihii -
DAILY REV JEW. BISBEE
Josie Would Make a Great Team
Isald County of Cochise, State of Ari
zona, do ncreoy can an election to
be held on Saturday, February 1st,
l.i the certain building situated in the
City of Bisboe, said County and Statu,
known as the Central School build
ing, for the purpose of submitting to
the taxpayers of said district,
Whether the Bonds of said District
be issued and sold for the purpose cf
raising money with which to con
struct a High School Building In an.l
for said District, purchasing a site
and equipping the same.
John J. Hill. John S. Warren and
fSichard Humphreys, qualified electors
of said High School District of
whom John J. Hill shall act as In
spector, are ap(olnted by us as
judges for the purpose of conducting
said election, and the polls thereof
will be open on said election day
from the hours of 9 o clock A. M
to 5 o'clock P. M.
The amount of said bond Issue shall
be eighty thousand ($80,000.00) Dol
lars in the aggregate and consist of
eighty (SO) Bonds of the denomina
tion of One Thousand ($1,000.00) Dol
lars each, and shall be numbered from
I to SO Inclusive and bear Interest
from their date at the rate of five
and one half per cent (5$i) per an
num and both the principal and Inter
est shall be payable in gold coin of
the United States of America and the
Bonds are to run as follows:
Nos. 1 to 10, both Inclusive to be
due 3 yrs. from date.
Nos. 11 to 20, both Inclusive to bo
due 4 yrs. from date.
Nos. 21 to 20, both Inclusive to bo
due 5 jrs. from date.
Nos. SI to 40, both Inclusive to be
due C yrs. from date.
Nos 41 to 50, both lnclasivo to b
due 7 yrs. from date.
Nos. 51 to 60, both inclusive to be
due S yrs. from date.
Nos. 61 to 70, both inclusive to la
Jue 9 yrs. from date.
Nos. 71 to 80, both Inclusive to bo
luo 10 jre. from date.
Instruction to voters will be posted
iccording to law.
Done at Bisbce. Arizona, this third
Day of January, 1913.
A. G. WATK1NS.
c a. Mcdonald.
F. C. BLEDSOE.
Trustees of School District No. 2
of Cochise County .Arizona.
Board of Education of High Schoo
District, District No. 2, County of Co
chise, State of Arizona. 498.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
IN THE COUNTY OF COCHISE,
STATE OF ARIZONA
Notice of Hearing Petition.
IN THE Matter of the Estate
NOTICE Is hereby given that Mi
mosa E. Terrebonne has filed In this'
court her Petition praying that she,
the said Mimosa E. Terrebonne, bo
appointed Administratrix of the Es
tate of Ralph D. Terrebonne, De
ceased, and that the same will bo
beard on Friday, the 31st day of Jan
uary. A. D., 1913, at 10-00 o'clock In
the forenoon of said day, at tho Court
room of said conrt, in the City of
Tombstone, County of Cochise, State
of Arizona, acd all persona interested
in said estate arc notified, then and
there to appear and show cause, .f
'petitioner should not be granted.
J. E. JAMES.
Clerk of the Superior Court.
By C. B. WILSON,
Dated January 17th, 1913.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
Tne County of Ccchise State
In The Matter of the. Estate of Ed
ward Penelton Gabbart. Deceased,
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION
Notice is hereby glren that Georgo
R Smith, has filed in this court a pe
Utlon praying for letters of adminis
tration of the estate of Edward Tea
clton Gabbart, deceased, and that the
same will be heard on Friday the
3Ht day of Janua-r. A. D 1913. at
10.00 o'clock In the forenoon of said
day. at the Courtroom ot said court.
In the City of Tombstone, County ot
CocbJseStato of Arizona.andlUperilermlnewhcthjr or -not JS jsWjJng
KonV lnrtedir'eltarenVJfcuier;rttntbe' Investment and is
U$cd. 5usATahatthcro' to appcas-:and
rhotc ckusc. If any they hare, why
the pra'jcr ot said petitioner should
not be granted.
J. K. JAMES,
Clerk, of the Superior Ceart
Dated January 15, 1915.
ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 19J3,
Samuel O Dunn, Editor of
the Railway Age Gazette
Is Interviewed During
His Visit to Tucson
WATCH BOND ISSUE
Samuel O Dunn, editor of tho Rail-
nay Age Gazette, and an authority on
railroad economics, spent one da) this
week in Tucson as tho guest of local
railroad men. Mr. Dunn was returning
from California where he left his
family for the winter and his trip to
the southwest at this time combines
purposes ot busings and pleasure He
will return to .New York by way of
EI Paso, Houston and New Or
leans. tt find business conditions In the
southwest good,. but the recent cold
weather put a decided crimp In all
I'nes of business," he said to the Star
"Tbjo first damage to crojts was retloct
cd throughout all lines and especially
in tho railroad business. This condition
however, 1 do not believe to be per
manent and w illf not extend le)ouii
the present crop ear.
'Tho much talked or car shortage
was relieved late In tho jear 191 J.
about the middle'of December, and at
that time the supply and demand for
cars w'as about balanced," said Mr
Dunn, answering the question If tbU
could be construed Into a providential
relief of the car shortage.
"How does tho railroad industry
view the incoming Wilson administra
tion?" the editor was asked
"About like all other business
views It, ho replied. 'They appear
to be-somewhat uncertain and aro sit
ting back awaiting developments.
Lbor Hard to Get
, Conditions' lrr the railroad busi
ness have Peen such in the last few
j ears," tho editor declared, talking ot
general conditions, "that tho lessened
expenditures fon ma!ntenan)i indi
cated in tho railroad reports, dc not
truly reflect a condition that they
would seem to Indicate. This is not
caused by tho decreased cost of main
tenance under normal conditions, but
is the result of a lack of labor On
this continent the trouble in Mexico
has cut down the labor supply and as
a result the railroads have not put
as much of the morjay earned bade
Into inajntenan.ee and Improvement
as they desired. The Balkan war
I alto has mitigated against improve
ments and better maintenance. Hun
dreds of Greek laborers and laborers
of oper nationalities hae been taken
from section crews and sent to BalKan
ne railroajg are watcning tne pro
posed bend i?uc of St5,000,000 by the
Baltimore &. Ohio railroad for im-
Vtovements. and the success ot this
venture will have a large influence on
lallroad development In this country,
according to Mr Dunn. Tho railroad
interests are regarding this proposed
loan with a great deal of interest."
he said. "It ths road Is successful
in disposing of their bonds to the pub
lic It will inspire other issues for ex
tensions and Improvements. It will
bo a straw that will indicate the pres
ence or lack ot confidence Tho
road Is efficiently managed under its
president, and Is zv factor In the rail
road world "
Tho automobile parcel post crossed
the street ahead ot Mr. Dunn and the
Interview er, and Jt suggested a topic
of conversation. . j
Effic(ency fri Government,
"What do you think of the parcels
post?" Mr. Dunn was asked.
-Well, 1 think this. That if yod
and I wero competitors In business
and I had to make dividends and you
did not. that you ouId to a poor son
if vou did not make a .success of
"What we need Is more efficiency in
1 government," declared Mr Dunn with
I .M..HAda "Tata ftfc. .nAfflj- lift.
partment. for Instance There is ab-
solnlelv no way ot telling whether it
pays or not, though we do know that
it nearly always bas a deficit. The
only way to tell whether a business '.s
being successfully conducted Is to de
j'au&. uii iui mo iM..M,.M.
penses, No'vr the poslofflco department
Is not charged up'wfih iu mant
nance. In that, as I understand it, the
rental of Us building not owned uy
the government is charged- up- to tne
treasury department The only way
to get efficiency In government Is o
This striking afternoon gown la
of mustard-colored bcngallne. The
small collarless yoke is of laca veiled
with tucked chiffon. Tho crossed
over front sections of the bo-Uc arc
of brocads to match the znateriaLi
Buttoned straps run down the sldo
of the waist and skirt, the upper
straps belnir edged by a frill of mustard-colored
net. Both the skirt
tunic and the underskirt are draped.
The collar arrj, culls, ero of Fox fur..
put men in office who arc capable of
administering the governments busi
ness and if the do not make good
kick them ouL"
Mr. Dunn advocated the putting ot
able men in office and giving them au
thority sufficient to carrj on the gov
"Do ou favor Colonel Roosevelt's
plan of a Loard for governing big In
terests?'' he was asked.
Not for Teddy's Plan
"The trust question is a pfetty big
one," he answered. The principle of
that plan in Germany, however, has
worked out with ttucoei-s, for there tho
government Is the greatest of tho big
financial interests, and tho railroads,
controlled , by tho government are -fic'cntly
managed." Mr.. Dunn, how.
over did not committ himself to either
government control or ownership or
his advocacy of Colonel Roosevelt's
"Arc jou a progressive?" Mr. Dunn
"Weil, i think that the one who
asks such a question should tic made
to give a correct definition of what a
progressive isT the editor said, nnd
winked at B. W. Clapp. who was
showing the visitor over the city at
"Yes," 'one who throws his hat In
to the air and yells for Roosevelt'
seems to bj; a good definition, or at
least it would seem to be about that.
I notice that Roosevelt is against Mc
Clare's and Perkins' party consolida
"I voted for Wilson," the editor said
Where Mosea Studied.
The necropolis of Hellcpolls, the In
tellectual center of Egypt for more
than four thousand years, has been
discovered by Daninos Pasha. Hell
opolts also is known as tho town
wuers Moaes received the saoerdotal
and military training which preceded
his leadership of th Israelites in their
Journey out of Egypt. The necropolis
Is situated in tho desert a little mors
than three miles to the east of the
MaUwieh, obelisk. Thre are raaayj
cunai pits cut out ci ice roc is is
last spurs of the Arabian range. Those
which hare been excavated by DkmV
nos I'asaa were from 65 to 2J0 feet
deep. They we,re filled to the top
with sand and contained embalmed hu
man bodies and .tha skeletoss ot sa
cred animals asd birds. Undamaged
ibis gs trwe found.
r vtnp.kjr. nry WAt,t around that ',
i wrrrv ocas ft Turrr wV aspwaj.tfd'i "
J A"' AOnUWO ) fttlMMPtt RlHUltUEfARV V "
l tmc c0KMey I ,,x Brr iuk.'!iviirr V 1 s
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lii ii i i , i
WEEK ENDING JAN. 25, 1913.
Thursday Blue Third.
J. J. O'Loughlln. W. M.
Bassett Watkins, $cc?r. F. & A. M.
G. W. Stewart, Hi P.
F. E. Bennett, T. I. M.
J. T. Abraras, E. C
W. It. Banks, Scc'y. Huachuca Coun
cil. U. A. M. & K. T.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
l'earl Chapter No. C
Meets in Masonic Hall
Second and Fourth
Wednesdays of each
LILLIAN BLAIR, W. M
LUELLA SNODGRASS, Scc'y
INITIATION, Wednesday Jan. 23.
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10
I. O. O. F.
ing at Odd Fel
lows Hall, Main SL, at 7;Z0.
Visiting brothers are cordially In
vltcd to attend.
F. J. ATTAWAY, N G., Phone 580.
J. G PRll CHARD, Secretary.
SONORA LODGE NO. 23.
I. O. O. F.
meets every Mon-
JL" .l.l.f t 1,-fir.lA TJall-
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
D E. RINEHART, N G.
C. a PERCIVAL. Sec'y P. O. Bos 42
GOLDEN RULE ENCAMPMENT
, NO 5
L O. O. F. Meets
every second and
fourth Friday at
7:30 p. m. Odd Fel
lows Hall. All vis
W. J. JOHNSTON, C. P.
F. C. FENDERSON. Scribe.
Meets, every Mon-
ORDER OF OWLS.
ing first and
day of each
ODD FELLOWS HALL
W. H. THOMPSON, Pros.
G. J. REARDON, Sec'y.
K. &. L. O. S.
Knights and Ladles of Security moot
in Medlgovich Hall every 2nd and
4 th Thursday.
JAMES F. HUMPHRIES. PresldenL
GRACE DOWNING. Sec'y, Box 360.
ANNA M. SHIELDS. Financier.
P. O. Box 147L
W T. Stead, who went down with
tho Titanic, did not disapprove of the
wearing of decorations, but he con
sidered the Insignia now In use
strangely Inadequate. He rssolved to
create new insignia to replace those
he deemed to be InsuQcient. He
chose a trousers hutton. This decorv
Uon he conferred on those he deemed
worthy One day he bad with Nicholas
II. a conversation on peace. Th
ideas of the emperor Of Russia
pleased him greatly and at the close
of the Interview Mr Stead took one
of his buttons from his pocket and
booked it upon tbs breast of tha
Notabfo Wedding Anniversary.
A golden . wedding: celebrated at
Rothesay. Buteshire. England, the oth
er day, possessed several notabl feat
ures. Tha family party. Including
grandchildren, numbered about 50. aid
ot the eons present somo traveled from
Sautfc, Africa sad f2-
PAGE THREE J
JByC, A. Vbigfrf
THA - rr
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
Richard I Homestead 89
icets second and fourth.
Tuesday at Odd "Fcllowa
Hall, visiting Archers ar
cordially invltedr.V )
R. HOOVER. Foreman. I'5'"
Stlnson, Correspondent, Bos
W. O. w.
Woodmen of1 tho Wortd
meet at Fair Hall., tha
second and fourth
Mondays ot each
month. Visiting, broth
ers invited to attend.
O. B. THOMAS. CtC.
C. i-tTIIOMAS, Clerk. . ,.
LODGE NO 67lv.
Regular meeting first and ..third
Fridavs of each mcutlu -'
Visiting brothers cordially lnrjca
to attend. ' ,
J. M. BALL, Exalted Jlulcr.
E. M. COX, Secretary.
T. F. a
No. 452 meets
evening at 7:30
at K. of P. halL
RUTH R. FENNER. President.
BARBARA SHEARER, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Rath bo no Lodge No 10
Knights or PythSrs
meet the first, secontL
and fourth Puesdcra
of each month In Py
thian Castle 7:30 p. is.
Pythian brothers ccr
dially inyited. . ,
W K. CALEY, C. C.
J. a KRIGBAUM, K. of U. S.
I. O. R. M.
Meets every Thursday evening a.t
7:C0 o'clock In Pythian Castle. All
; visiting Red Men welcome.
WILLIAM CAMPBELU Sachem.
M. D. COHEN, Medicine Man. )
BISBEE LODGE NO 718
Meetings every Friday night. Massn
ic Temple. Visiting brothers cordlsUS
F. E. BENNETT, DIcator. i
J. A. M VONK. Secretary.
LIBERTY COURT NO 1
GUARDIANS OF LIBERTY
Meets In Masonic Temple, first atul
third Tuesdays of each month. Al
visiting brothers cordiallr invited.
F. O. E.
Bisbee Aerie 175, F. O. E. mesta
first and third Mondays, 8 p. m. tt
Fair HalL Visitors cordially welcccocl
O S FRENCH, President
M. D COHEN. Aerje Physician.
LOYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION OS
sbaro at? Mafecala
halL Visiting h'roUv
ara cordially ls
vltcd. . ,
tt. BREUETON. ,.'
Tt FERGUS. P.CC,
Sec'y. Box 425." jj
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