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SITUATION WAR TED Young man.
23 years, gocul recommendations,
deeiros position. Address J. K.
Andrews, Gh. Del. 34C.
WANTBDiVou to ; telephonu 2H
niitc us or call it' you have turn!
'uro 'for Sile,' highest caah price
paid or exchanged. House furnish-
lugs complete, easy payments.
! Standard Fnrn. Co., Allen Block.
'WANTED Clean cotton rags at It
WANTED To pay the hlgnest cash
price for your furniture. It costs
yo nothing to cr11 us up, aDd it
will save you mc .ey. G. O. 3RAN
SON, Johnson AJd., 1'hono 25 76
tANTED Clean cotton rags at Itc
"liow office. . 4SC
WANTBD To buf all the sec-
od hand furniture in the
Warren District. Phone 341.
. Pythian CasUcT".
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WANTCDIIoW "Bnlfl. Applyf
ro6i4cuoe' fif W. It. Urophy. 151
ia i- r L-
JinnDrlHS iWd'fn j)riato family.
jtlOC O.ncra Drive. 324.
VpR RENT Nicely furniBhed rooms
near Allen Ulock. Rates reasonable.
The Jvorens Hotel. Phone Black 562.
KU RBNf 2 faraLshed rooms for
PesUomen. 4 -quality Hill. 567
STEAM heated rooms' at the Golden,
Alain St . 5&
l'OR RENT One htntishel room.
'Airs. C. Lewis. TuMteiciie canyon.
IU ftBNT Kow reoi 1hjs fur-J
iiMied. 17tt Oiiera Drhe. Mrs. Hn-
I'OR RENT 2 rons frHlflhel for
housekeeping or bateblftg. llalgay
jhouae, across from old Opera bouse.
iFor Sale Miscellaneous..
bll SALE Three houses and Jots
kn Orchard or Brophy Ave, good
.property to rent. Inquire of John
(Farldy, M7-G Orehard Ave. 6S4
KR SALE UrjB and buspy Goo
JnaiHii jwUticytle. tefw White pew
ins nMcDine. Half Dosen leghorn
liens. Inquire K. Dics, Mobva
TmlL AVryfa 31
rftK SAI Owt hnndrerf line white
horn hnx aelrrprrt to !asb.
ax SIOAO iter docen. 'A'.
. - IWvW, Arir. 317
SOU SALB IataRnta offers many
fSpparcjiiikteslBVr.llTe miring men.
. y oaa locate yo on good Inside
rcopper and stiver claims that will
flail for big; mosey, ;nfei year. Have
eod sirtMftDK copper Tiroperty for
Kile or lease en liberal terms. Thir
!ty years a iiiener is this district.
ftVrko rae. Wra. Powers, Patagonia,
Ffljt SALK Thw LiUie Wonder Talk
W mtcnine asd G Rdison 35c ltec
ri. $4." of wttll 12 Recorde
k-i.75. AtMreM Howard C Baber,
ftKumtt, ArtT . -"!
Connecting with E. F. Hutton & Co.'s private wire.
Stocks BondsGrains and potton rtebria' GQpperi
Stocks a"'sp:cialty. rtil, j .
Office CopperJucen Hotel Building Private wires
BtSBEE DAILY REV 'JEW. BISBEE ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1013.
the rate of 1 cent per wcrd for
25 cents. Advertisements must
8 p. m. for Insertion In ths next
I.VRRIS BLOCK FURNITURE CO.
New and second hand furniture
bought and Fold. Fine stock -wall
paoer. Brewery avenue. Phone
KGGS for hatching s. C Rhode Is
land Reds, Tompkin's strain, $1.30
and $2 00 per :5. Kellerstrass Crys
uil White Orpinstons, $1.50 )er Iir
teen. Address, L. E. Hawes, War
ren, Arlisona. Phoro 492 Blue.
DAY OLD CHICKS Am now book,
Idk cn-ders for spring delivery ov
aay om cniCKs. All Dreed 3 Also
n&ve for sale tboioughhred poultry
and hatching oggs. Writo me for
prices and terms. Marshall Hum
phToyj Box 743, Phoenbt, Arizona.
MONEY TO LOAN On real estiti'
nnd negotiable stock nnd bonds at
5 simple interest. Buy your own
home and pay for It at less than
?10.00 per month, including botn
note and lnterost. L. T. Fnuier.
Rooms 13 and 14 Allen Block.
AYOtJE knojUkg to whereabout
of Anflrew Pollari. miner, age 27
last wocked tn Blsbee. notify his
father, Jacob Poilari. liriiBh Prairie,
Wash. s 2C6.
Male Help Wanted
LEARN automobile repairing, driving
on up to date cart; elfdrical, civil
engineering, surveying; iccthdt
most practical, room and IkmpJ
while learning; positions secured;
r.atiefactlon guaranteed; cataiof
free. Nafinal School of Euciner
ins. 2110 W. 7th., Los Angeles.
DONT iay anything to learn a trade
Inteetigate our system of teaching
on aetual contract jobs. Plumbing,
bricklaying, electricity, automobiles.
200 workmen; bIx years experience.
Catalog free. United Trade School
Contracting Co. Los Angeles. 295
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
IN THE COUNTY OF COCHISE
STATE OF ARIZONA
IN THE Mattej- r tno Estate and
Guardianship of VALMOfll I).
TERREBONNE, ALBERT IL THR
RBfJONNE, EFFIE G. TERRE
BONNE, PAUL J. TERREBONNE.
LBIIA M. TERREBONNE, AND
BEVERLY V. TERREBONNE.
Notice of Hearing Petition
NOTICE is hereby given that M'
moaa E. Terrebonne, has filed in this
court Her Petition praying that she,
the said Mimosa It. Terrebonne. Ce
appointed Guardian of the Persons
and J&latog of the above named Min
ors, and that the same will be heard
on Thursday the 13th day of Febru
ary, A. D- 1313, at 10:00 o'clock ir.
the forenoon of said day. at th
Courtroom of said court, in the City
of Tombstone, County of Cochise.
fUate of Arizona and all persons in
terested in said estate are notified,
then and there to appear and show
suwe if any they have, why the
wsyer of eafd petitioner should not
J. E. JAMES.
Clerk of the Superior Cour.
By C. B. WILSON.
' Deputy Clerk.
Datsn January 28th.. 1S13. 2S4.
IN THE COUNTY OF COCH'E, . . , -
STATE ORIZONA f ATCF MflTTrP
IN THE Matter of the
JOHN C. ANDERSON,
Notice of Hearing Petition.
NOTICE is hereby given that Aug.
ust Johnson, has , filed u this court
his Petition praying that he, the said
Augubt Johnson, be appointed Administrator-
of the Estate of John C. An
derson, Deceased, and that the same
will be heard on Thursday, the 13tU
day "of rebruary, A. D 1913, at 10.00
o'clock In the forenoon of said day,
at the Courtroom of said court la thj
City of. Tombstonef'County of Cochise,
Stato of Arizona, and all persons in
terested In said1 eata'le are notified,
hn and there' to appear and show
cause, if any the have, why the
prayer of said petitioner should not
J. E. JAMES,
Clerk of the Superior Court.
By O. B. W11.SON.
Dated January 2Sth, 1913. 223
To those contemplating furnishing
a home, if you -n ill check furniture list
below, articles wanted and call at our
store for estimate, wilt save you both
time and money:
Linoleums, Stoves and Ranges, Ta
bles. Cupboards, Cabinets, Chairs,
Rockers, Rugs, Matting, Dining Ta
bles, Buffets, Quilts, Blankets. Bed
and Table Linen, Beds Springs, Mat
tresses, Pillows, Dressers. Center Ta-
-hies, -TJU. -Tables, Chiffonier?, Wash
stand, Wardrobes. Trunks, Cuttlery,
Draperies, Cooking Utensil, Dishes,
etc., and etc.
In fact, everything for the home.
S'ew and Second hand goods bought,
sold, exchanged, easy payments.
STANDARD FURN. CO.,
Extraordinary Va'ues are offered in
the liig Furniture Saje at the Phelp?
Shakespeare - Mendelssohn
Performance to Be Gi-
en by Senior Class
That Shakespeare wrote i'or tbe
masses and not for the highly educat
ed or for the court Is clearly cldent
from the plays themselves, and espec
ially irom tne appeal which they nae
raide through the generations. Tb9
uondcr of Shakespeare is that ho ats
"big ' enough to depict and understand
men aad women In almost ary waik
of life. a
"A Midsummer Nights' Dream'
which is to be given at the OrIieum
Friday ovenlng by high school pupils
Is a play which anyono can readily
unrHrMM.it and enjoy. It ,s c.-i-cially
auapted for the appreciation of 'ail
ttren. Shakespeare must h.iv een
In a specially happ spirit whon hei
urotc "The Dream" with it fairv
world of fancy and playfulness. The
fairy company surronnds us with its
'ring and If it finds it cross it I aves
us happy. Love is 3 tangle u:n'er
light teasing of fairies has its threads
combed straight Puci jbe merry
litt'e imp wht tangles and sigaln un
tangles tho ridiculous ftu? lions ot
.hc lovers and the "harl-hai-loi" men
Ct Aliens never lets tlte movement
dr-p ti monotony. In ile'"s.fil con
tra.s; to the fairy -norid are tbe clowns
who aiMiuiIy attempt to rcue&rse (rd
gp' a pif within thp pmv. "A si-i-
eumroe Nights Dread' b"v vdl Is
caiU I SLjJ-espcarrfs inut- ji com y.
Ii is fiui of rare and hear.y !.j-j;lii.-i
Vhen Felix Mendelssohn lent ftis
great musical talents to writing music
for this play, he found Inspiration for
the best things he ever composed:
Overture, Scherzo Intermezzo, Spring
Sonir and The Wedding March.
The combination of Shakespeare's
play and Mendelssohn's music Is a
happy 'one. A special orchestra.
which has been rehearsing for soma
time past, will j provide, the. music as
almost importaot'part afStheJpefcrai;
once. Mr MaUon'wiirMfrect'tbe'on
cpestra which is composed of 'finished
musicians. Mixs Shell at the piano
is taking especial interest In her work
and renders tbe Incidental music
very ably and artistlcically The per
formance is given by the senior clam
of the high school for tbe benefit jf
the athletic associat on. The .mpiU
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Estate ri - A Li J A jI ai JL A AJL. a fcS
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I U 1 1 m - ' MASONIC CALENDAR , BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
A. M -JF JL Ji h- JLJ A YOEMEN
To Water Users
Water bills for the month of
January will be rendered in the
usual way but the company will
upon request at the office of the
company, 25 Naco Ave,, adjust
all bills"5 according to service
GETTING GRAY? USE SAGE TEA TO .
RESTORE NATURAL COLOR OF HAIR
Says Sage and Sulphur Dark
ens Hair Beautifully and
., ... ,. t . .
uair in a i loses lis coior aim lUBire,
,... i... t. t- i. ...... j" i. ,11 ....,i
or whtu k falw, tums gray dul .ml
lifeless is caubed by a lack of sulphur
in the hair, says a well-known local
j.harma'j'L Our grandmother nmilu
up a miiture of Sage Tea and Sul -
phur to keep her locks dark and
beautiful and even toda this fcimpl
proparaUon ban no equal. Millions of
women and men too. who value that
even color, that beautiful dark shade
of hair, which Is so attractive use
only Sage Ten and Sulphur.
Nowadays we are not bothered with
tha task of gathering the sage leaves
and the mussy mixing t home. Sim
ply ask at any drug store for a D
are in favor of earning the money
which is to keep the insnclatlfi in a
good way financially 'ra'thw that to
sol'clt donations as hi done in msm
places. . ' t
Following Is th e pj ekarax-lers
Theseus Duke of Athena
Lysander. bethrothed to Hermb.
.... Jo Hunt
Demetrius, once 61 tor Co Heiaa.
no In love with Hetmia, ...
Phlhntrate. Master of fJUe Revels
: .-.; ..Oscar Cook
Eseus.Jather of Hertnfa
Quince, a Canenter .ii
, Emtio Yoakum
Snug, a Joiner Howard Warren
.Bottom, a Weaver ... Will yilscn
Flute, a Bellows-mender
Snout, a Tinker Bruce StrutiiijM
Starveling, 1 tailor :.,,
,,. ..-., Herbert WlUmpn
lliipiiolyto. Queen of the. Amazons..
'..T... ..,- Medina Cochran
llermla, in' love sw lth Lysandijr ..
.... i,.. Je'nnavcvtf John
Helena, in love with Demetrius
.y.i Bertlia Itbbcrts
Oberon, King of tbe Fairies . . I
. Eramab"i Holfel
Titania. Queen of the Fairies ...
Puck, or Robing Gbo'jrellr'vt . ,r. .'I
'vJJ.-.W --.- .....'Ivan Jotin.-nn
First Fairy ESth Kennnly
Also Peasblossom, Mustnrdseod, Cob
web Motli and other Fairies ... 1
Edith Chapman. Ursllla Reese., Atfc !
ea Saeljd, Floy Chancy, Anna Vrarrcn,
and Laura Funkbauscr.
Captain Joe Mulr
Prices 23. 50, 73 and lion
Reservations any day alter i p. 'n. ;
- r ' t -
cent bottle of the ready to use prep
aration, called "Wyeth's Sage aud
Sulphur Remedy." Cublomcrs like
this best becauso it darlceus so nat
itrsily; so evenly, that nobody can
ttndtfl.Tl' lMal II Una luwin firtillnfl llrv
i - -' -" -i-,-..-. -
t sides, it conlainH ingredients which
Qg dantruSp BC8lp UchnB
and faIlBK hBir. No lt isn't a dyt
J or even like K .You just dampen a
' sponge or wft brush with "Wyeth'fa
j Sago and Sulphur" and draw It
through jour hair, taking one small
strand at a Uma By mbrning tho gray
hair disappears; after auothor aipll-
cmtfOH or two it is restored to its nat
What delights the ladled with
Wyeth's Saoe and Sulphur is that be
sides beautifully darkening the hair j
tliev say It brings back the gloss and
lustre and Kives it an appearance of
ft!.iw1nA Aflt-AMlefcmnnf if
A COMFORTABLE HOME
rhoutd be the aim of every young
man. Real estate is today, and al
ways will be, the safest and best
paying investment We have.plen
GOOD CITY PROPERTIES 1
with ho-fcs erected thereon, that;
can be bought right If you have
money that Is not earning Ita prop-'
per Interest you will do well to
lock into there offerlnss.
I THE REAL ESTATE MAN
, , , nl -.
U. IV. oik. f.nutit;.
The Arizona Sanitarium
Socially equipped for modern
and up-to-d&to treatment ot
niiuiainatism, nervous diseases
and general surgery. Prices
WEEK ENDING FEB. 3, 1913.
Thursday Blue, Regular
J. J. O'Loughlln, W. M.
Bassett Watklns, Seo'y. F. & A. M.
G. W. Stewart, H. P. , ,
F. E. Bennett, T. I. M. '
J. T. Abrams, E. C.
W. IL Banks, Sec'y. Huachuca. Coun
cil. R. A. M. & K. T.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Pearl Chapter. No. G
Meets in Masonic Hall
Second and Fourth
Wednesdays ot each
L1IXIAN BLAIR, W. M
LUELLA SNODGRASS. Sec'y..
Special meeting February G, 7.30 p. m.
BISBEE LODGE NO. I0
I. O. O. F
ine at Odd el
lows Hall, Main St,, at 7:Z0.
Visiting brothers aro cordially in
vited to alteud. , b
F.' J. ATTAWAY, N. G., Phone .ESOT
J. G PR11 CHARD, Secretary.
SONORA LODGE NO. 3.
I. O. O. F.
meets every Mon-
,ttv nlelil In Kacln Hall.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
D. E. R1NEHAHT, N. G.
C. R. FERCIVAL. 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
J. JOHNSTON, C. P.
F. C. FENDERSON. Scribe.
ORDER OF OWLS.
ing first and
day of each
ODD FELLOVS HALL
W. H, THOMPSON, Pre.
K. &L. O. S.
Knights' and Ladles of Security meet
in Medigovicn Hall every 2nd and
JAMES F. HUMPHRIES, President
GRACE DOWNING. Sec'y.. Box 360.
f ANNA M. SHUZLDS. Financier.
P. O. Box 1171.
P. O. Box 12SS
Printer and Stationer
15 Muhelm Building IHSBBE ARIZ.
AI Kinds of Ornamental,
Deciduous And Citrus
Trees Our New Catalog
m, i -
lriT taf& tiVt
Ar-J fry-C-l lpL
Richard I Homestead 83
tieets second and fourth
Tuesday at Odd Fellow
flail, visaing Archers are
W. C. R. HOOVER- Foreman. ,
E. D. Stlnson, Correspondent, Box
w. o. w. "
Wpodmen of the World
meet at Fair Hall, (ha
second and fourth
Mondays ot 4 eoch
month. Visiting broth
ers invited to attend.
O. B. THOMAS," C C.
. w. T-nrtiAa rMrV
W. . A A.Xi.14. v.-.
S.03GE NO 671.,
Regular meeting first and third
Fndajs of each mouth.
Visiting brothers cordially ln'Vod
J. M. BALL. Exalted Ruler.
E. M. COX, Secretary.
T. F. B.
No. 402 meets
evening at 7:30
at K. of P. halL
P.UTH R. FENNER. President.
BARBARA SHEARER. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Rathbone Lodge No 10
Knights ot Pythias
meet the first, second,
and fourth Tuesdays
ot each month in Py
tblan Castle 7:30 p. m.
Pythian brothers cor
W K. CALEY, C. C.
J. C. KIUGBAUM, K. ot R. S.
I. O. R. M.
Meets every Thursday evening at'
7:J0 o'clock in Pythian Castle. All
visiting Red Men welcome.
WILLIAM CAMPBELU Sachem.
M. D. COHEN. Medicine Man.
BISBEE LODGE NO 718"
Meetlngs 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 of each month. AI
visiUng brothers cordially Invited. 491
F. O. E.
Bisbee Aerie 175, F. O. E. meets
first and third Mondays. S p. m. at
Fair Hall. Visitors cordlaily wclccmad
O. S. FRENCH, President
M. D. COHEN. Aerie Physician.
LOYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION OF
day night atf7:30
sharp at Masonic
hall. Vlsitics broth-
vlted. K BRERETON.
K. FERGUS. Rec.
Sec'y. Box 42S.
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