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SITUATION WANTED Young man,
23 years, good recommendations,
desires position. Address J. K.
Andrews. Gen. Del. ' 3-jg,'
WANTED YOU to telenhnnn fil
wrlto us or call it you have furnl
lure for Sale, highest cash prlco
. iu9 or exenanseu. House furnish
j ings complete, easy payments.
Standard Fum. Co., Allen Block.
WANTED Clean cotton rags at Re
, view office. 450
.WANTED To pay the .highest cash
price for your furniture, it costs
yo nothing to c'V us up, and It J
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SON, Johnson A dd.. Phona 425 76
IVANTHD Clean -cotton rags at Re-
view omce. 45c
WANTHD To Uiy all the sec
ond hand furniture in the
Warren 'District. Phone 341.
Brooks-Cooper Furniture Co,
WANTED House maid. Apply at
residence of V. H. Brophy. 151
BOARDERS wanted in private family.
206 Opera Drive. s4.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms
near Allen Block. Rates reasonable
The Lorens Hotel. Phono Black 562.
OR RENT 2 furnished rooms for
gentlemen, 4 Quality Hill. 567
STEASt heated rooms at the Golden.
Main St 5G-
FOR RENT One furnished room.
Mrs. C. Lewis. Tombstone canyon.
FOR RENT KoHr room house, fur
nished. .170 Opera Drive, Mrs. Han
FOR RENT 2 rooms furnished for
housekeeping or batching. Balgay
house, across from old Opera house.
tOR SALE Three houses and lots
on Orchard or Brophy Ave, good
property to rent. Inqulro of John
Farley, 227-C Orchard Ave. 634
FOR SALKMare and busey. Cootf
Indian niotorcycle, nw White sew
ing machine Hair Dozen Leghorn
hens. Inquire E. Diets, Mobava
Trail, Warren. 319.
FOR SALIi One hundred line white
Leghorn bonn delivered to IHsbee.
or Do5l3B at $10.00 j.r dorno. W.
H. rarn-.Il. St. David. Ariz. 317
FOR SALE 2 room house ulth far
niture, about 200 feet west of cem
etery, LowelL Address Box 3476,
FOR SALE Patagonia offers 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. Hare
good shipping copper property for
sale or lease on liberal terms. Thir
ty years a' pioneer in this district
Write me Wm. Powers, Patagonia,
Connecting with E. F. Mutton & Co.'s private wire.
Stocks.-BondsGrains andvdtton A&Kfral popper
Stocks a specialty. ' v ' JWiWmJI
Office Copper Queen Hotel Building. Private- wires
m all principal exchanges.
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C5SE 3L9B5SS DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY I, 19i3.
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lARIlIS BLOCK FURNITURE CO:
w aa4 second hand fumltdre
o-- Bum. eiae biock wall
paper. Brewery avenue. Phonef
HOGS for Uatchlnc. s. C. Hhodo tv:
land Heds, Tcmpkin's strain, $1(
T.. 1, io. rvi-uereirass i;rysi
ta! White Orplnstons, H.lo per UN
leen. Address. L. E. Hawcs, War.
ren, Artrona. Phore 492 Blue. '
DAY OLD CHICKS Am now book
ing ordera for spring delivery 01'
day old chicks. All breeds Also
have for Bale thoroughbred poultry'
""u naicojag oggs. Write me for
prices ana terms. Marshall Hum
phrey, Dos 745, Phoenix. Arizona.
MONEY TO LOAN On real estate
and negotiable stock and bonds at
5 simple interest. Bay your own
home and pay for it at less than
S10.00 per month, including both
note and interest. L. T. Frailer.
Rooms 13 and 14 Allen Block.
ANYONE knowing the whereabout?
of Andrew Pollari, miner, age 27
last worker! in Bisbe. notify his
father. Jacob Pollari, Brush Prairie
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
IN THE COUNTY OF COCHISE
STATE OF ARIZONA
iN THE Matter of the Estate anc
Muaraianshlp of VALMOUR D
TERREBONNE. ALBERT R. TER
5E5SXNE: EFFIB G- TERRE
BONNE, PAUL J. TERREBONNE
LE4LA M. TERREBONNE, ANC
BEVERLY V. TERREBONNE.
Notice of Hearing Petition
NOTICE is hereby given that Ji:
mosa E. Terrebonne, has filed In this
court Her Petition praying that she.
the said Mimosa E. Terrebonne, fcc
appointed Guardian of ' the Person
and Estates of the above named Mln
ors. and that tho same will be heard
on Thursday the 13th day of Febru
ary. A. D 1913. at 10:00 o'c'ock ir.
the forenoon of- said day, at th-9
Courtroom of said court, in the City
of Tombstone. County of Cociilse.
State of .Arizona and all persons in
terested In said estate are notified,
then and there to appear and show
cause if any they have, why the
grayer of said petitioner should not
J. E. JAMES,
Clerk of the Superior Court,
t By C. U. WILSON,
Dated January 28th., 1913. 254.
IN THE SUPERIOR COl'RT
IN THE COUNTY OF COCH'oE,
STATE OF ARIZONA
IN THE Matter of the Estate r'
JOHN C ANDERSON,
Notice of Hearing Petition.
NOTICE la hereby given that Aug
ut Johncon. ha. filed in this court
his Petit ion praying that he. the said
August Jcbnson, be appointed Admin
istrator or tbe Estate of John C An
derson Deceased, and that the same
will be heard on Thursday, the 13tb
day of Felinwrj-. A. O.. 1913. at 10.0c
o'rlock In the forenoon of aid day.
at the Courtroom of said court in the
City of Tombstone C ounty of Cochise.
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ssasS'S:K nunci nmncw uncTCii c nocu
men ana there to appear and show.fll UllULS ULUUULU ilUUIIllLU Ul Lll
..-d, j. uu lUB aave, wny ths
prayer of said petitioner should not
J. E. JAMES,
Clerk of the Superior Court.
Br C. B. W1I.S0.V.
Dated January 2Stu, 1913. 223
FOR BAD Dfiffl
, : '
Indians Gather from Far
and Near to Dance a; .
Buck inter Health :
Over 1000" Navajo Indians attended I
1. dance at Hoske's hogan. clevouJ
'dies west of Keams canyon recent-
f. This dance- is called the "Yay-bl-chy,"
and was held because of a bat.
lream ot Hoske's Hoske had dreamed
1 few nights ago taat a huge rattle-
mane came crawilng Into the hogan
n which he lived. This was the hyp
chondriz in other words. In short ht
must have this cure to effect a cure,
ys tho Gazette.
So in the afternoon and evening of
'.be 22nd Navajos bogan to arrive at
Hoske Lho's bogan, coming from
I'uha City, the Leupp reserve, Fort
Uefiance and clear from the Utah
ine. They came" on ponies. In wagons
ind on foot.
. Once gathered, thirty or forty fire
eie lit, a scor-3 ot Navajos sat In the
began and began the medicine chant.
A-hich they continued all through the
light. The Navajo spectators Jumped
ind pikd themselves in a large cir
cle around the fires, and waited for
.he real dance to start
About 9 p m. the column of dancers,
eighteen in number, came Into the
circle of fires. For the most part
they wore naked, their bodies cov
ered with white pants. They were
?eo strings ornamented with silver
while on their heads were grotesque
masks made of 'chamois skin, and
elks' teeth. Their feathers spread out
and upward, giving an appearanco of
extreme stature. In the center of the
ace of the mask a pig's Bnout from
Pneumonia. Bronchitis, Phthisis,
Asthma and Anemia Often Direct-
ly the Result of Rheumatic
If yon have a persistent, racing bron
clilAl cough beware of cough remedies.
They are merely local In action, and If
they do TeMeTe It Is the narcotics tbat
do It What you Tejulre Is a blood puri
fier, a oarchInr antidote that removes
fropi theclrculatlon the acid poisons that)
by their reflexes attack all weakened,
susceptible, spots' and thus create local
ayrapioms. ' Tbe very beat remedy known
is Swlffa Sure Speclnc. You will And
It on sale in any drug (tore at $1.90 per
bottle. It goes straight Into tbe blood,
becomes an infernal blood bath, wonder.
fuHy Increases the red corpuscles, cures
u tne local rerer spots and Irritations.
Increases appetite, you take on flesh nJ
feel a wonderful sesso of renewed
strength. Hundreds of people worried
beyond control at cough, mins In th
chest, sore throat and constant expectora
tion ot thick mucoua have experienced
tho most wonderful change aftw'ualng
8. S. S. All doubt and apprehension Is
rone, those peculiar pains and ache van
ish, there follows a period of moat In
tense relolclwr to And that worst, fun
were based entiiyfupona,mls&spnfno.
tfort that nwgh'an.1; chest tpta(TOm!
fP? MM- lungs. Thesej'areif-rheuinatkj
Ooelltfnna.and you will' quickly realte
it after Bsln? sis. 1$.. forfa few-day;,
Get .a bottle of 3.,-S. S. to-day at' the dnj'sr
store and thefr aay Kopdby to an thos
pains that have worried' you.
Write to The "Swift Speciflc Co., 1ST
Bwlft Bldsr.. Atlanta, ,Oa.; 'for medical
Bdrlce and wonderful facts cotifrernlna
itMt hlrwvt rm.,-?tf r- Vrr,w
Dull Headache. -
and Head and
Try "Ely's Cream Balm.?,'
Get a small bottle hnyway, just to
try It Apply a little in the nostrils
and Instantly your clogged hoso and
stopjed-uii air passages of the head
'.vili open; jou will breathe freely;
dullness and headache disappear, liy
morning! the catarrh, cold-in-head or
catarrhal sore throat will be gone
End such misery now! Get the
small bottle of "Ely's Cream Balm'
!, any drug store. This sweet, frag-
which issued the white vaporous
breath of the dancer and Inclined one
lo believe he might ho on fire inside.
Aside from all this they were deco-
rated with bracelets, beads, evergteen
a,:i1 whatever came conveniently to
hand, from a feather du&ter to a col
The last dance In the line corres
londing to tho clown and all through
the dance gate graceful expression to
the somewhat vulgar Navajo sense
tf humor. Rushing up to the center
cf the column, holding a rabbit skin
'tnd bow and arrow, he emitted a
yell, in which his teeth seemed to
grato on an unnecessarily large vol
ume of shrill sound. He turned facing
the others and began- the dance,
which consisted of merely a double
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ci me aance ana me Dig neaas bowed
right and left, while a gourd neld in
the right hand was rattled.
Then comes the dance song, which
v.-as composed probably more for ef
fect, and expression than for harmony.
This Is 3Ufcg in a nasal minor, punct
uated stacatto and hoarse-. Meanwhile
they sryrate r.mong the flres In two,
three and hollow squares. The Nava
jos are not supiosed to know any
thing of the white man's hell: this
is no doubt intuition on their part.
During tho pauses the contlaual
medicine chant comes from the hogan,
only to be broken into again and
drowned again into the hoarse song
cf the dance.
The onlookers, meanwhile bake
dough bread and boil dirty colfeo,
rome sleeping, some' eating, all with
one eye on the dance Hoske Yho,
litolid, wrapped In his blanket se
renely smoking a cigarette, views the
matter calmly, assuring himself that
no rattlesnake will put In an appear
ance while these dancers are there.
The fires were replenished and tho
dance continued until uunu In thu
morning. Then dancers wero "all in"
and some ot the dancers slightly ill
from overheating, but Haske Yho, ho
During the fow intermission an
old grizzled Navajo, looking as though
he might have fought Kit -Carsoti
way back in the sixties, came forth
and told his compatriot bow to bs
liave. He put the ban on card play
ing and dancing, to excess, and
d-velt at some length upon the evils
of a gossipy tongue. '
For broiling oa a gas stove a New
York woman has frt vested a pan car
lying a broiler so mounted that it can
be turned over but. not aecidonfedly
npset. ft.. . u
TesU havebownrthat'oncrete can
be made proof against water, ere at
considerable pressure, by the addition
Of tan ,per 'cent tf oilQK'heu It Ja
With? mine in California yielding
the greater portion of the total pro
duction, the United States last' jeai
had the greatest output of quicksilver
iTho-Tt yu as ft heer do not take a sub
YV flTl siitute. Insist on having The Tann-
hausef Beer, the heer that is bottled at the
i Brewery ,y f Delivered Ho y'oit 'at$3;50 per case,
. l- If your grocer does not have it, call
HEAD GOLDS AND CATARRH VANISH
rant balm dissolves by the heat of
the nostrils; penetrates, and heals
the inflamed, swollen v membrane
which lines the nose head and
throat; clears the air passages,
Ttops nasty discharges apd a feel
ing of cleansing,. , soothing relief
comes immediately". ,,
Don't lay awake tonight struggling
for breath, with head stuffed; nos
trils closed, hawking and' blowing.
Catarrh or ;n cold, with it's running
nose, foul mucous dropping into h
throat, and raw .'dryness is distress
ing but truly needless.
Put your faith JuSt once In "Ely's
rream Balm and yoHr cold or ca-
J tarrh wilj surely disappear.
A COMFORTABLE HOME
fchoutd be the aim of every young
man. Real estate is today, and al
ways will be, the safest and best
laying investment. AVc have plen
GOOD CITY PROPERTIES
with houses erected thereon, that
can be bought right. If you have
money that Is not earning Its prop
per interest, you will do well to
look into these offerings.
THE REAL ESTATE MAN
O. K. Bile. Phone 76
To those contemplating furnishing
a home, if you will check furniture list
below, articles antcd ami call at our
store for estimate, wil1 save you both
time and money:
Linoleums, Stoves and Ranges, Ta-,
hies. Cupboards, Cabinets, Chairs,
Rockers. Rugs, Matting, Dining Ta
bles, Buffets, Quilts, Blankets. Bed
and Tablo Linen, Bcd Springs, Mat
tresses, Pillows, Dressers, Center Ta
bles, Lib. Tables, Chiffoniers, Wash
stands, Wardrobes, Trunks, Cuttiery,
Draperies, Cooking Utensils, Dishes,
etc., and etc.
In fact, everything" for the home.
New and Second hand goods bought,
sold, exchanged, easy payments.
STANDARD FCRN. CO..
Pirst real scones qf the Balkan war
now at the Royal ' Theater. Adver
To save hatpins from loss a Ne
Jersey inventor has brought out u
button, to slide along the shank of a
pin and be screwed into tho side of s
Real batUe scenes of the Balkan
war will be shown at the rroyai The-
atr cflmmwclnt,' today.' Tlue ptof"1,6 nced,e wh'ch eomnlun,cate elec
turs were taken on tbe firing line at
the battle ot lulle Burras and are
the first scenes ot a real battle to bo
shown here. Heaides the scenes of
the real battel we are also shown it
glimpse of the iake near Scutari and
a good view of the king of Munto
nepro. Advertisement 34.
Boston & Brown
Agents of the Copper City Brewing Co.
WEEK ENDING FEB. 8, 1913.
J. J. O'Loughlln, W. M."
Bassett Watkins, Sec'y.' F. & A. M.
G. TV, Stewart, H. P.
F. E. Bennett, T. I. M.
J. T. Abrams, E. C.
W. R. Banks.. Sec'y. iluachuca, Coun-
ell. R. A. M. & K. T.
ORDER OF EASTERN (STAR- -
Vearl Chapter No.. C
Meets In Masonic Hall
Second and Fourth
Wednesdays of each
LILLIAN BLAIR, W. M
LUELLA SNODGRASS, Sec'y..
Special meeting February C, 7:30 p. m.
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10.
I. O. O. F.
ing at Odd Fel
lows Hall, Main St., at 7: JO.
Visiting brothers are cordially In
vited to attend.
F. J. ATTAWAY. N. G., Phone SS0.
J. G PRITCHARD, Secretary.
SONORA LODGE NO. 3.
I. O. O. F.
meets every Mon
day night In Eagle Halt.
Visiting brothers cordially invited
D. E. R1NEHART. N. G.
C. R PERCIVAL, Sec'y. 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
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, Pres.
U. J. REARDON. Sec'y.
K, 4 L O, S.
KaighU and Ladles of Security meet
in Medigovich Hall every 2nd and
JAMES F. HUMPHRIES, President
GRACE DOWNING. Sec'y.. Box 360.
ANNA M. SHIELDS. Financier.
P..O. Box 1471.
A recording compass for mariners
employs delicate contact points on
tric currents to a stylus controlled
by two magnets to make the record.
' The world's principal jade mine is
In Burma, where the privilege of min
ing the stone has been in the posses
sion of one Indian tiibe for many gen
I ! II Mil "
Richard I Homestead 89
Yicets second and fourth
Tuesday at Odd Follow
Hall, visiting Archers ar
cordially invited.' . .,
W. C. R. HOOVER. Foreman. r '
E. D. Stlnson, Correspondent, Bos
W. O. w.
Woodmen of the World
meet "at Fair Hall, tho
second and fourth
Mondays of each
, month, .Visiting brok
ers invited to attend.
O. B. THOMAS;' C C.
C. ;&a?""QMA3 Clerk. i" ,
LODGE NO 67 lV
Regular meeting first and third
Fridays of each mcutb.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
J. M. BALL, Exalted Ruler.
E. M. COX, Secretary.
T. F. B.
No. 452 mect3
evening at 7:30
at K. of P. hall.
RUTH R. FENNER, President.
BARBARA SHEARER. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Rathbone Lodge No 10
Knights of Pythias
meet the first second,
and fourth Tuesdays
of each month lit Py
thian Castle 7:30 p. m.
Pythian brothers cor
W K. CALEY. a C.
J. C. KIUGBAUM, K. of R. S.
I. O. R. M.
Meets every Thursday evening at
7:C0 o'clock in Pythian Castle. All
visiting Red Men welcome.
WILLIAM CAMPBELL. Sachem.
M. D. COHEN. Medicine Man.
BISBEE LODGE NO 718
Meetings every Friday night MasoD
1c 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 of each .month.. AI
visiting brothers cordially invited. 431
f. o. E.
Blsbce Aerie 175, F. O. E. meets
first and third Mondays. 8 p. m. et
Fair Hall. Visitors cordially wclccmad
O. & FRENCH. President
M. D. COHEN. Aerie Physician.
LOYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION OF
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M. BRERETO.V. "I
R. FERGUS. Re&.
Sec'y. Box 425. j
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