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WANTED You to telephone 244
write us or call if you, have furni
uro for ,fal highest cash price
paid or qxqhanged House furnish
ings complete, easy paj meets.
Standard 'Kuril. Co., Allen Block.
WANTED Clean cotton rags at Re
view office. 450
WANTED To pay the highest cash
trice for your furniture. It costt
yo, nothing to c?" us up, and it
will save jou me ey. G O. BRAN
SON, Johnson AJd Phone 425 76
vANTEI-Clpan cotton rags at Re
view office. 45C
WANTED To Vir all the sec
and hand furniture In the
Warrn District. Phone 341.
Brooks-Cooper Furniture Co.,
WANTHD House maid. Apply Tit
residence of W. H. Bropby. 134
WANTHD Your slothes to clean and
drwws to look like new City Clean
ing Dye Works. R. O. Owen, J
.Mgr. Phono 47. 178. j
WANTFD Two or three lighthouse j
Kjepirg rooms, uiose in none
Dr. King, ojo Henkel Jewelry Co
W NTFD Dressmaking,
stone Cans nn.
181. WANTED Housekeeping rooms near
Lincoln school. Address "Rooms,"
Pieoee Review. 1S2
MALE HELP WANTED.
L3ARN automobile repairing, driving
on up to date cars; elfctrical, civil
engineering, surveying; method
most practical, room aud board
while learning; positions secured;
Malefaction guaranteed; catatof
free. Nafrmal School of Engineer
log, 2116 W. 7th, Lob Angeles.
WANTBD Man asd wife without
ohiklren to car for Bin rooms
Apjdy Brooks-Cooper Furniture Co
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room
Hear Alien Block. Rates reasonable.
The Loresg Hotel. Phone Black 562.
0R RENT 2 fnrntahed rooms
gentlemen, 4 Quality Hilt
J . 7-?
STEAM heated !roOin,at
Main St .fcv ? f
UKATHD rooms, for rent, near school J
Imxim, LewelL Mrs. K. M. Dfirley
TO RBNT Tw reetB furnished
iomo. Wfldraen Ijiutiter Yard.
For Sale Miscellaneous..
TOR SALfe otlr
JOR SALE Three booses awl lots
ec Orchard or llrojAy Ave., good
property to rent- Inquire of John
Farley, 227-C Orchard Ave. 634
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
m alhprincipal exchanges.
THE IJISBEE DAILY REV JEW. BtSBEE
FOR SALE Cheao. Good 5 room
house Apply 27 Tapper Lowell.
FOR oALS Suits made to measure.
City Cleaning &. De Works. It. O
Owen, Mgr. Phone 17. 177
rOR SALE Patagonia offers many
upportunlties for live miring men
I can locaio you on good inside
copper and silver claims that will
sell for big money this year. Have
good shipping copper property foi
sale or lease on liberal terms. Thlr
ty years a pioneer in this district
Write me. Wm. Powers, Patagonia,
TOR SALE 2 room hode with fur
niture, about 200 feet west of cem
etery. Lowell. Address Box 3476
(ARRIS BLOCK FURNITURE CO
New and second hand furnltun
bought and sold. Fine stock wal
1 paper. Brewery avenue, pbon-
DAY OLD CHICKS Am now book
ing orders for spring delivery oi
day old chicks. All breeds Also
haie for sale thoroughbred poultrj
and hatching oggs. Writo me for
prices and terms. Marshall Hum
phrey. Bos 745, Phoenix, Arizona.
MONEY TO LOAN On real estatt
and negotiable stock ?nd bonds at
5 simple interest. Buy oar owe
home and pay for it at less that
$10 00 per month, including bote
note and interest. L. T. Frazier
Rooms 15. and 14 Allen Block.
LOST Gold watch either on tralL
or between depot and Globe room
ing house Return Globe Rooming
bouse. Reward 201
NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOND
Because in our jiidgment It is ad
rlsable so to do, we, Ibe undersigned
Trustees of School District No. 2 o'
Coclilse County. State of Arizona, and
the Board of Education of Bisbec
Hiah School District. District No. 2
said County of Cochise, State of Ari
zona, do hereby call an election to
be held on Saturday, February 1st.
in the certain building situated in the
City of Bisbee, eaid county ana state.
known as the Central bchool 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 of
raisins money with which to con
struct a High School Building- in and
for eatd District, purchasing a site
and equlppiag the same.
Tohn J. Hill. John S. Warren and
Richard Humphreys, qualified electors
of said High School District ot
whom John J. Hill shall act as In
spector, are appointed by us as
J..dges for the purpose of conducting
said eJccUon, and the polls thereof J
win be open on saia election nay
i from the hours of 9 o'clock A. M-
to 5 o'clock P. M.
The amount oi said bond issue soaii
fbe eighty thousand ($50,000.00) TJoI-
tore in the aggregate and consist of
eighty (so) uonas ot me aenomina
tion of One Thousand 01,000.00) Dol
lars' each, and shall be numbered from
1 to 0 inclusive and bear interest
from their date at tho rato of five
and one half per cent (5) per an
num and both the principal and inter
est shall be payable in gold coin ot
the United States of America and the
Bonds arc to run as follows:
Nob. 1 to 10, both inclusive to be
due 3 yrs. from date. '
Noa. 11 to 20, both inclusive to bo
duo 4 yrs. from date.
Nos. 21 to CO, both inclusive to be
dvio 5 jrs. from date.
Nos. SI to 40, both Inclusive to be
due C yrs. from date.
Nos. il to 50, both Inclusive to ba
due 7 yrs. from date.
Nos. 51 to 60, both Inclusive to be
due 8 yrs. from date.
Nos. CI to 70, both Inclusive to ba
due 9 yrs. from date.
Nos. 71 to SO both inclusive to bo
lue 10 yrs. from date.
Instruction to voters will be rested
lccording to law.
Done at Bisbee, Arizona, this Wrd
Day of January. 1913.
A. G. WATKINS.
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. 49S,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
IN THE -COUNTY OF COCHISE,
STATE OF ARIZONA
Notice of Hearing Petition.
IN THE Matter of the Estate of
NOTICE is hereby given that MI-
inutaE. Terrebonne has filed in this"
court her Petition praying that she,
thesald Mimosa E. Terrebonne, be
appointed Administratrix of the Es
tate of Ralph D Terrebonne, De
ceased, and that the same will bo
heard op Friday, the 31st day of Jan
uary. A. D., 1913, at 10 00 o'clock in
the forenoon of said day, at the Court
room of said court. In the City of
Tombstone, County ot Cochise, Slato
of Arizona, and ell persons Interested
'it said estate are notified, then and
there to appear and show cause, .f
any they have, why the prayer of said
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
The County of Cochise State of
In The Matter of tTiv Estate of Ed
ward Peneitou Gabbart, Deceased.
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION
Notice is hereby given thai George
R, Smith, has filed in this court a pe
tition prtolng for letters of adminis
tration of the estate of Edward Pen
elton Gabbart, deceased, and that th
iamo will be heard on Friday the
31st day of January, 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 of
Cochise, State ot Arizona, and all per
sons Interested in said estate are no
tified, then and. there to appear and
ihow cause, if any they have, why
the prayer of said petitioner should
not be granted.
J. E. .TAMF.S,
Clerk of the Superior Court.
Dated January 15, 1913.
CUTTER, CHEESE AND
MADISON, Wis., Pan. 28. As a
step toward maintaining the stand
ing of Wisconsin as the premier dairy
Mate of the Union there were begun
todir it the State College of Agricul-.
turc here what are' probably the)
most comprehensive courses e?er un-i
dertaken for the instruction of thoso'
engaged in the TeacfactHre of buttr
cheese. Ice cream ind other product
of the dairy and creamery Factory
1 managers end tfperators from all part
i of the state are here to attend th,
I courses, which will Include instruction i
fin the four divisions ot the dairy de
! partment of the State College. The i
j four departments ere the creamery.
which U equipped with all modem
'methods and machinery, the cheese.
factory, where all Improved appli
j an ces are in uc", be dairy-machine
shop, and the model laboratwryj' foi ;
Jtho Jesting o mllt5,crtam?an(f butter '
- Itit didn't have such'ja large family,
I could save a. lit fie money." "Don't
be too sure of It If you didn't have
a large family -you might have aa
auto." Hodston Post.
to Lose John.
GARNEGiE ALWAYS A
Steel Trust Formed to Get
the. Canny cott Out
of the Business
NEfY0RK, V. Y". Jan. 28 T63U
monyla support of the contention of
the government that Andrew Carnegie
Is tho troublemaker In the steel trade
and that" the Carneglf Steel company
was taken oer b the U. S. Steel Cor
poration because ot his refusal to
abide by agreements,. was secured lo
dain the government su't to -dissolve
the corporation under the Sherman
It was given by Walter Scranton,
former president of the Lackwanna
Steel Co. an independent concern.
Scranton told of various steel rjll-
pools which existed in the steol trade
cefcre the corporation was organiz
ed, of wh'ch the Carjiegle Steel com
pany waa Invariably a member It ap
peared from his testimony that Car
negie was responsible for the disso
lution of most of the pools.
i "Did Carnegie s method of competi
tion s-e rise to a feeling on tho part
of the manufacturers against his coh
tlnuanco in the business," asked 11 F.
Coltou, counsel for the government
"It was the general leelins that it
would be a godsend If Carnegie was
Diit of tho business.-repllcd Scranton
w'th a laugh.
The case of tho government, which
liegan'in October. Jll,will probabb
be completed tomorrow
SAGE TEA BEAUTIFULLY
Mixed With Sulphur Makes
Hafr Soft, Lustrous and
The use of Sage aqo' Sulphur for re
storing faded, gray hair to its natural
color dntes back to grandmother's
time. She kept herlfaair beautifully
darkened, glossy and abundant with
a brew of Sage Tea and Sulplmr
Whenever her hair fell out or iook on
that dull, faded or bt rented apitear
ance this simple mixture was apjiliet
with wonderful effect.
But browing at home is mussy ana
out-of-date. Nowadays skilled chem
ists do this better than ourselves. By
asking at any dnis; store for the ready,
to-nse product -called "Wyeths Pag
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
Company Reduction Works
We are now in the Market
for the Purchase of - -
.Copper Ore and Copper Matte
I . . V
f Correspondence Solicited.
Copper Qiieen Consolidated Mining Co.
lAriarm yu as& fr eer d not take a suh
W ilKTt stitute. 'Insist on having The Tann-
hauser Beer, (the beer that is bottled at the
Brewery.) JJelivered to you at $3:50 per case.
MORNING, JANUARY 29,
More Violent Outbreaks
Than Those of Past Are
LONDON. England, Jan 28. Eng
land Is beginning another campaign
by suffragettes' In comparison with
which rorraer outbreaks of militant
women will appear insignificant. Two
thousand policemen were engaged to
night in dispersing huge ..crowds that
gathered near the parliament uulld
ings, shopkeepers boarded up their
windows and excited women made is
ceniliao speeches in several halls.
The Motnen believe that the poll
ticians have played a carafully btudicd
trick upon them and the decisiou of
the government to drop the franchise
bill Is Iikelv to lead to serious conse
uuences In the bouse of commons
today the sj-eaker. Right Honorable
James William Lowther, in response
to a o.ury by tho prime minister, an
uounced that if any amendments U
the franchise bill, giving the womei.
the vote, should be adopted, he would
be oblidged to rule that they made it
substantially in a new bill, which
would compel its withdrawal. As
qultli thereupon announced that the
cabinet had dpe'ded, under sucn cir
cumstancoB, that it would be useless
Meantime the police had difficulty
with thb mobs.
and Sul hur Hair Reuiedv ' ou will
get a lurgp bottle for about 30 cents
Some dri'ggiB's make the'r own, which
is usually too sticky, so Insist upon
grtting yelh's ' which can bo de
pended upon to restore natural color
and beauty to the hair and is splen
did for dandruff, dry, feverish, itch
scalp and Tailing balr.
A well-known downtown druggist
lays his customers insist on Wyeth'3
Sage and Sulphur, because, they say
it darkens so naturally and evenly
that noltody can tell it has been ai
Ilil It's to easy to use too You
blmply dampen a sponge or soft brush
and draw k through your hair taking
one strand at a time Do this at night
and by morning the gray hair disap
pears, after anothar application or
two, it i- restored to Its natural color
and looks glossy, soft and abundant.
grocer does not have u, call
Boston & Bro wn
Agents, of the Copper City Brewing Co.
WEEK ENDING JAN, 25, 1913.
Thursday Blue Third.
J. J. O'Loughlln. W. M'.
Bassett Watklns, Sec'y. F. & A. M.
G. W. Stewart. H. P.
r. E. Bennett, T. I. M.
J. T. Abrama. K 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
Wednesday of each
LILLIAN BLALR, W. M
LUELLA SNODGRAS3. Sec'y..
INITIATION, Wednesday Jan. 23.
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10
I. O. O. F
Ing at Odd Fcl
lows Hall, Main St, at 7:20.
Visiting brothers aro cordially In
vited to attend.
F. J. ATTAWAY, N. G Phone 580.
J. G Mil CHARD, Secretary.
SONORA LODGE NO. J3.
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 Bos 42.
GOLDEN RULE ENCAMPMENT
I. O. O. i Meets
every socond and
fourth Friday at
Jf ;3U p. m. vjuu rei-
SgrVV lows Hall. All vls-
xr Itlnc Patriarchs
r t inn x-rnr n n
F. C. FENDERSON. Scribe.
MnAtn aVAI ITrifV.
MACVbO 0C J 1AW-
ORDER OF OWLS.
ing first and
day ot each
ODD FELLOWS HALL
W. IL THOMPSON, Pres.
U. J. REAUDON, SecY.
K. & L. O. S.
Knights and Ladies of Security meet
in Medigovlch Hall every 2nd and
JAMES V. HUMPHRIES. President
GRACE- DOWNING. Sec'y, Box 360.
ANNA M. SHIELDS, Financier.
P. O. Box 1171.
Youthful Critic Aroused.
A very young gentleman, after bear
ing some vigorous language from hit
father, called up bis grandmother on
the telephone and warned her: "You
better come down to our house and
see about the words your son has
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
Richard I Homestead S3
toects second and fourth
Tuesday at Odd Fellows
Hall. vlsiUng Archers ara
W. C. R. HOOVER. Foreman.
E. D. Stinson, Correspondent, Box
W. O. v.
Woodmen of the World
meet at Fair Hall, the
second and fourth
Mondays of each
month. Visiting broth
ers invited to attend.
O. IL THOMASC.C.
THOMAS, Clerk. t
LODGE NO 67fi.
Regular meeting first and third
Fridays ot each mcuth.
i Visiting brothers cordially In-'d
J. M. BALL, Exalted Ruler.
E. M. COX, Secretary.
T. F. B.
No. 452 meets
evening at 7:30
at K. of P. halL
HUTU R FENNER, President.
BARBARA SHEARER. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Rathbone Lodge No 10
Knights ot Pythias
meet the first, second,
and fourth Tuesdays
of each month fh Py
thian Castle 7:30 p. m.
Pvthlan brothers ccr
W K. CALEY, C. C.
i. C. KRIGBAUM, K- of R. S.
I. O. R. M.
Meets every Thursday evening at
7:0 o'clock in Pythian Castle. All
visiting Red Men welcome.
WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Sachem.
M. D. COHEN. Medicine Man.
BISBEE LODGE MO 718
Meetings every Friday night. Mason
Ic Temple. Visiting brothers cordially
F. E. BENNETT. Dictator.
J. A. M. VONK. Secretary.
LIBERTY COURT NO 1
GUARDIANS OF LIBERTY
Meets in Masonic Temple, first and
third Tuesdays ot each month. Al
visiting brothers cordlallr invRed. 40X
F. O. E.
Bisbee Aerie ITS, F. O. E. meets
first and third Monday. 8 p. m. et
Fair Hall. Visitors cordially welccmsd
O. S. FRENCH, President
IL D COHEN. Aerie Physician.
LOYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION OF
. NO. 210.
naiu visiting brotn-j
prs 'cordlSly la.
R. FERGUS. Rec.
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ecu. M hartf "at rMaonls
Secy. Box 426