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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 1917.
Review Want Ads
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WANTED Mr. Campbell call at Re
view Job Department today. dh.
WANTED Partner in restaurant,
nave more than one can handle, care
of R. S., Review. 961
WANTED A dishwasher. Warner
dinlntr room. Warner hotel. 918
WANTED Experienced girl for soda
fountain. If no experience do not
aDlT. Lyric Theatre. 949
WANTER Woman to do washing 2CC
Tate Hill. Johnson Addition. 944
WANTED Al dry goods salesman de-
aires position, several years experi
ence, capable of buying. In splendid
health, married, age 30. Gilt edge
references furnished. Address F. B.
315 Nonnandie court, Los Angeles.
WANTED Stenographer wants posi
tion. Address J. S., care Review.
WANTED7-First-class woman cook, 71
Brewery avenue, Ozark house, phone
No. 264. v 9S4
WANTED Competent stock salesmen
i'JT meritorious Arizona copper prop
osition backed hy big advertising
campaign. '.Liberal commissions, ex
clusive territory. ' we opportunity,
for' producers. : Quick action neces
sary. -Write orwire P. O. box 325.
Phoenix,-Arizona. Adv. 873
WANTED Will the party who got a
bunch -of keys .from the Review of
fice Saturday night leave the reward
offered- at this office and save em
birraBsment. .' . '. . . 901
WASTED Toung Lady pianist. F. W.
A' ANTED Second-hand pump stand.
AddreM box 2x03. Bisbee.,. '
WANTED-J-Beei price .paid for clean
.cottya'nrg at. Review office.
WANTEpWHl give 30 cents an hour
to" woman. to do washing, must come
Mondays.- L. 'A. B.. Review. 868
WAITED. Several good, salesmen,
ciu show you where you can make
$300 ia -'month 'or more. . Address. B.
Hw, -care Review. ' . 863
WANTED Experienced, practical
nurse wants confinement cases. Mrs.
M. W. Tope, box 3231 Lowell. 862
WANTED Bell boy Copper Queen
WANTED r Chambermaid at Marx
Hotel., Lowell. 686
Dish Washer at Stag
WANT TO RENT 3. 4 or 5 room
house, furnished; near Lincoln or
Central school. Address S. K. Ham
mer, "Review office, or call even
ings. 7 7S2
FOR .'SALE Five passenger Buick.
1260. Inquire Slag Dump Garage.
FOR SALE Four room bouse with
screen porch, in front of Brophy Fuel
Yard. LowelL 967
FOR SALE 7 passenger Hudson Six
model 54 in good condition, good
tires, cheap for cash. 1S7 Naco
Road, near Holbrook stop or P. O.
box 1603. S17'i
FOR SALE 5 passenger Cole car. In
quire Cochise Motor Co. 741
FURNITURE FOR SALE The John
on Addition Furniture Co. wantr
to pay you the highest cash pricef
fof your second htind furniture. Al
o wants to trade or exchange you
new furniture for your old. We will
sell you furniture cheaper than
anybody on easy payments. Call
in at the big brick building at the
Johnson Addition and let us sbow
you our large and selected stock ol j
house furnlsniiigs, or phone us at
our store. Phone 385, Johnson Ad
PETEY DINK They Had Lots
T TAKt 5 A COT
HMt AMU Y.VJKI
FOR SALE Four room house fur
nished. D6 Jiggerville. 965
FOR SALE Manilla embroidery at
Naco. Mrs. A. L. Wilson. 969
:FOR SALE Four room bouse
furniture. Thone Black 394.
FOR SALE For the best bargaiu in
an auto, call at the Lowell garage.
FOR SALE The only Exclusive Hat
Shop in Douglas, doing good busi
ness. New block and tools,' good fix
tures. Flicker, steamer, good furni
ture will be sold cheap enough to
move if yVu wish. Address 356 10th
SL, Douglas, Ariz. 928
FOR SALE 800 shares Santa Arizona
Bisbee, 15c. G. R., box 386, L'owell.
FOR SALE Lunch wagon at Lowell,
Best maney maker in the district
cash only. 891
FOR SALE Furniture of kitchen and
bed room. Thomas Johnson, M. 3
Tate Hill, Johnson Addition. 89D
FOR SALE Piano, quarter sawed
green oak. Price & Teeples. 91 Up
per Lowell, Mrs. Anna Rogers. 3S6
FOR KENT T'j furnished sleeping
and housekeeping rooms, close in;
cheap to right party. 153 B. Tern by
FOR RENT Furnished front room
for gentleman. Vista street. War
ren,, piiVme Red 5651 962
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, -ierraee Room
ing house. 966
FOR RENT Small furnished sleeping
l'jrch bed room SS.00 per month, 117
School Hill, red cottage block north
high school. 9t8
FOR RENT Front room suitable for
2 men. 59-B O K St. 97u
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms.
234 School Hill. 9U
FOR RENT One 3-roomed. furnished
apt. No children. Hayes House,
Tombstone Canyon. 943
FOR RENT Two 2-roo:n apartments
furnished for liht housekeeping.
Youngblo'Jd Hill. Apply Hogau t
Seed, phone 10. 942
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
for single men, pleasant place, 218
High Road, Anna Murphy. 907
FOR RENT Sleeping room for 2 men
Union house, 49 O K SL 9C3
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, 56 Upper Lowell. 813
MOOSE HOTEL Furnished rooms
$2.00 per week and up. 405
COX CO. loans $5 to $00 without se
curity to men or women in perma
nent positions. N'j honest wage
earner refused, easiest weekly or
monthly payments, cheapest rates,
also loans on furniture, pianos, etc.
Confidential, quick service. See us
if you need money. New Lyric
Theatre Bldg., Room 2, Phone 794.
The Blackburn Studio of dress rut
ting, designing and making is now
located Room 4. Maze Bldg., where
everything concerning the art of
good dressing is taught by Miss
Learn actual auto repairing, book- j
keeping, snorthand. radio, engineer-
ing. Y. M. C. A., Los Angeles. Cat
alogs free. 95& I
$50,000 to loan on improved city prop
erty or for building, on easy terms
of' payment. T. A. Hughes, over
Bank o. Bisbee. 697
DROP A CARD to the Guarantee
Paint & Wall Paper Co. for all)
kinds of work in our line. Pat Clea-j
ry, manger Box 1495. Phone 720. 1
of "Leading Men" In That
iTr, HAM IT
Avf uLv.v hard
f om deak 1 - Hello Polks- gaze omYV.
ITfeiff o Two places J owe of- TWe LEADlwt Nem in lCo; '
hntMM IT rill Tuc L,Bi.,n,ic B-r........ llNON D EC PU L ! I I
Bj Being Constantly Supplied Will
The Jiord' BIack-DraaStL
McDuff, Va. "I suffered for seven!
rears," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, ol
fliis place, "with sick headache, act)
Ten years ago a friend told me to try
Thedford's Black-Draught, which i did,
and 1 found it to be the best family medi
cine for young and old.
I keen Black-Drautfit on hand all the
I time now, and when my children feel a
1 little bad, they ask me for a dose, and it
. does them more good than any medicine
wey ever mea.
We never have a long spe!I of sick
ness in our family, since we commenced
Thedford's Black-Draucht is purely
regetable, and has been found to regu
late weak stomachs, aid digestion, re
lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and similar
It has been in constant use for more
tan 70 years, and has benefited more
Jian a million people.
Your druggist sells and recommends
Black-Draught. Price o-. J. Get a
ockage to-day. k. c U3
VON BISSINC'S DEATH
DUE TO LUNG TROUBLE
(By Review Leased Wire)
AMSTERDAM, via London. April
19. A Brussells telegram says that
the death of General von Hissing. Ger
man governor-general in Belgium,
which was reported last night was
lue to inflaniation of the lungs.
U. S. TO FEED ALL
(By Review Leased Wire)
WASHINGTON, April 19. Food ex
ports will furnish one of the principal
problems to be taken up with the
British and French commissions now
enroute to Washington.
Are the Worst
They lead to catarrh and
pneumonia. They weaken the
entire system and leave it un
able to resist the sudden
changes. They interfere with
your digestion and lessen your act
ivity. Neglected they soon become
that dread disease known as sys
temic catarrh. Don't neglect them.
It's costly as well as dangerous.
Will Safeguard You
Have a box of Peruna Tab
lets with you for the sudden
cold or exposure. Tone your sys
tem up with a regular course of the
liquid Peruna, fortify it against
' colds, get your digestion up to nor
mal, take care of yourself, and avoid
danger. If you are suffering now be
gin the treatment at once. Give
Nature the help she needs to throw
off the catarrhal inflammation, and
again become well
Peruna has been helping people
for 44 years. Thousands of homes
rely on it for coughs, cold and indi
gestion. It's a good tonic for the
weak, as well
The Perns Company,
LOST Suit case in Upper Tombstone
Canyon. Reward. Return to this,
U B. WHITNEY, Lawyer, Rooms t-i
Allen Block, Open evenings, Phont
Mrs. Anthony, spiritual medium, now
located at RVom 3, Foster Block.
Johnson Addition. Readings daily
circle Thursday 7:20 p. m. SIS
WANTKD Position as trained nurse
Phone Green 477. 6l!t
11 - . 1
fill ' r-. iiwic r kuii if nnLi 1 - m 1
II V Tu e: t?at xxui op tr-.-T- S
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Famous Quintet Fcr
' IT ' H y
SMITH -SPRING-HOLMES ORCHESTRAL QUINTET.
NEVER In the history of the Chautauqua has a more hril!i:nit or talented
musical organi7ation been brought West than the Smith-Spring-Holmes
'.formerly connected with different bands of the country. Clay Smith ami G.
E. Holmes, composers and artists Un trombone, saxophone, fltite eud cornet
are known among band musicians everywhere.
Coyla May spring was for many years at the head of tier own compun. and
is widely known as one of the best readers and child imixTsonutors in the coun
try. Alma Forsythe, violin soloist and pianist, is an artist of rare ability, and
Miss Lotus Spring is one of the most prominent cello soloists of the midtlla
VALESKA SURATT IS
STRONG FOR DIAMOND
Leading Woman In Eagle Fea
ture Today Wears a Twen
ty Carat Diamond In Scene.
The Albert Taylor Co. will give
their final performance at the Cen
tral tonight presenting Jack London's
powerful mclo-uramatic comedy, "The
Gime." Tins production is promised
to be one of the best in the entire
Taylor repertoire. "The Game" like ;
most of London's works, is a trans-'
cript from real life. It runs the gam- I
tit of human emotions. It is a queer
mixture of comedy and pathos, laugh- 1
ter and t ?ars, but so is life; it spar-
kles with epigrams like a stage dia-1
mond. with all the footlights on. some
sting, like a lash, but most of them J
have a big laugh tid at the end. !
The entire strength of the Taylor
Co. will appear in this play. Curtain '
at 8:13 p. m. promptly. !
i LOCKE'S POWERFUL
i NOVEL AT ORPHEUM
Anna Murdock, Famous On
Legitimate Stage, Will Ap-;
pear At Orpheum In Won
Wlin. J. Locke's powerful society
novel. "Where Love is.'1 at the Or
pheum today and Sunday, furnishes
Miss Murdock vith a lilting vesicle
for her exceptional talents. As Nor
ma Hardacre. a society butterfly, in
tent on marrying for position and
wealth, she loves Jimmy Pargate. a
poor artist. On her wedding day her
eyes are opened to the shallowness
and sham of society ami she sacrifices
a future of luxury and ease lor love
Included in the lare cast support
ins .Miss Murdock are Shirley Mason,
Bigelow Cooper and Mabel Trunelle.
REVIEW WANT. ADS
a 1 j 1
ALBERT TAYLOR AT
LOWELL TONIGHT FOR
. LAST PERFORMANCE
Stock Actor, Who Has Been
Here For Two Weeks.
Closes His Engagement At
Central This Evening With
A 21-carat diamond ring worth ?21.
tn. T'-is is t"e bt-t piece of screen
"property" used by Vaieslfa Suratt,
lie William Fox star in "The New
''"t tv-noncV " which plays today
""t Sundpy at the Kacle. a drama of
f-" GreM VVite Way. It is also the
T-st expensive "prop" ever used in a
This rare gem was given to Miss
".'-rtt a nunlo of years ago. She
h-oimht it to thp Kox stvdio to use in
the scene where she pawns a Tin? to
get money for Harry Milliard. The
stone is as larqe as a nickel and is of
the purest diamond.
Although those who ?ct with Miss
Suratt are accustomed to surprises in
cowns. h'lts and jewels, they wert
-himbsmick at the sight of this mar
velous sparkler. Like most ordinary
keep umm ves
It's Easy If You Know Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets
The secret of k.x; 'ir; ynuivr Is to
feci voting to tin this y.o urn t watch
your liver and IiowcU tlicrc's r.o reed
of havim; a sallow C"iiv!oin da -k
riniis utiilcr your ivs pimples a bil
ious look iu your fuire dull eye with
no parklo. Vour doctor will tell you
ninety per cent of all sickne.-s comes
iroin inactive bowels aii! liver.
Dr. Kdwanls, a clI-know:i physician
in Ohio, perfected a vtveal!e com
pound mixed with olive o'l t o-."t op
the liver and bowels. u!:ic:i lie ', '.vc t
his patients lor wars.
Dr. Kdward,' Olive TV.Ic! ;. tin ."'
siitutc i"r calomel. ;irc :i:V i 1
action, yet always c::v'iw. : i; ;
a'iot:t tii it cxulier.i:!" ot .!..
intur.-d buoyancy wMc'.i .'x ;.! lie er.
joyed Vy tvirjotte. ' ton!:-; t.; :i; ' liver
and clearing the svt-m :' ... "i-iiies.
V.i i'.l know" Dr. ! . I -el,' Olive
T.ii.l'-t. oy tluir olic col-r. I"1.- p.nd
25c per box. All t!rus;;!itj.
i , - Tv-A
JK .T;:,. '. r-.'A
Weil. -Mark Master.
Thurs. K. T. Regular.
! .V r. BLFDSOK. W M
B T. WATKINS. Serv. F K v
A. M COLWELL. E. H E
F. PHI LP ROOK. T I 1
J. E. FRY. E. C
F S. DAVENPORT. Secrptnr .,..
W. It. BANKS. Secretary Council
Meets in Medigovich Hall 2nd r 1
tth Fr'davs of eai-li minth
MTTIE A. LI'KE. Guardiai
PAl'I.lNK F !.?'
P. O (i "'
WOODMEN OF T-E .
liOwell ('ami, v- '
, meet every Vedn'Bda
at 7:30, Brophv Halt
J. L. WINTERS t I
O. B. THOMAS ri-
11 U'oodraen imite-1
KNIGHTS OF PvT'c
Kniishi i y.
meets each Hiursdaj
(except second) in Od.J
Fellows' Hall at 7 : -
p. m. Visiting brother
. f. a.
Bisbee Lodge c
452 meets the 1s
and 3rd Monday
. i month f
' ii al O-id K-
; .. i I'.i'Cit
U KINOTT1 Treasm
l et l : ti. hed
S I. HOLM. Secretary
they ad heard s-ich thinss
J'-urrt diamonds exis:ed but that
-s rs far ns tN ir acquaintance
t r AT E' PASO
ADMITS BEING DEFACTO
KL PASO. April Franz Cott
- s "rnr." !sro GnttwrM, held
n t' c l-'ort Ii'iss stockade by order
f t e i,rei ent as an "aM- u enemy"
""'" ' in ' ts !"n!ieition for a writ
rteas corpus leard late today.
: :.t ' e was employed by the Mexican
: facto government and had been in
t'le Vrdted States but three months.
T'-n "O 'e-nnient a?ents have alleged
n Gott ' ald was quartermaster gen-
err! in the Carranza army of the
north and further alleged that, he had t
constiired with an American to ship I
munitions of war to Mexico. Judge i
Duval West, in United States district
court, withheld his decision in the
habeas corpus hearing until tomorrow
Th leadt-rs if litis p.if,r Kt!t ih
pleased to w-arn tuat '.h,-,' is hi Umhi 0,11
3rf-'. Jt-d diMes that soi-iud has len
Lie to cur- in ti (Is st;i;:es. an.l tha: Is
Catarrh. Hall'i t'ainrrli c'u.-e 1? the only
Doi,!tive cure ne-.v knov.n to the medical
fraternity. l'atu:rli L a eonstltutiinal
disease, rruiiir''! a eoiisiiuittoiial treat
ment. Hall s Catarrh Curt- is i:iken tn
lernaily. acting dirn-tlv upon rhe blood
ant iiiuo'js surfai-fs tin y-riem. thei--by
tieMrnymi.' the founilain'.i of tli 'lis
rae. ami givinij t'.ie pat'M.t s'nnirth !y
biol-lioir i;p tliH cuiisti' .iion an.l asslstin.T
nature in tiiii(f it ,vork. The proprietors
l'ave so much faith in Its curative pow
er that they oftVr One Ht'nilri-d Dollars
for any case that it Talis to cure. Send
tor list of testimonials.
Addrn: K .1 ellKNKT CO.. Toledo. O.
tulrt bv all friiKriais. 75c
Take Hall Kamllt Pill for eontlptlo
KcIicYB i It
e CHarw t ue
ran cfenunlrrfeiu C
B'SBEE LODGE, NO. 718.
Meets every Friday night. Moose Hall
Visiting brothers cordially invited,
i j v pktteY. Dictator.
KAY ROSS. Secretary
En ORDER RED MEN.
.vleeif Qrst and third
'"r-dayh a! T-.:'0 p ra
i, ediovicb Hall. AU
usitlnx pl Mn invited
Wm DELBR!DGE, Sachem.
W D COHEN, Medicine Mao
t- KNIKUSON. C. of R.
TE OF EASTERN STAR.
neeis In Masonic Hah
X ' i: i ' If ' . 6. meet
" .i-i. tiic ''all second and
' sdy of eac
I. at 7:30 p. m.
nil i,rtKUS. VV. M.
i.L.nr ..,o P. O. Box 841, Bisbe.
.ilS JKSSt. UEVAN. Sec'y. P. O. Box
' hairman Rllef Com. Phone 647
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES,
nishee Aerie No 175, F. O. E., meet
rs' and third MONDAYS. S. p m.
!!. ! ishorji cordially we
.1 I" is. 1'iesidenl
l D "OIIEN. Aerie Physician
.CtAi. ORANGE INSTITUTION
UNITED STATES OR AMERICA.
L. O. L. NO. 2ia
Meeu la L a
O. I. Hall sec
nd md fourth
at 7: JO p. nx
Invited to at
tend. i- SLtEMAN. W. M.
ROBERT FKRGrS. Secretary.
P O Box 42S. Bisbee.
SlSBEE LODGE. No. 10, I. O. O. F.
evening at Odj
Main Mreet at 7:00 p. m. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to attend.
ail piione 119.
CAKL V. NELSON, N. G.
G. A. PLUNK ETT, Secretary.
LOOGE NO. 671.
.o-f,ui;u met ting first and third FrW
iuy ol eatJi month. Visiting brothers
nu.uiiy niviied to attend.
E. WARNc.lt. Exalted Ruler.
. K; LLY, Secretary.
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERI
.Meets in Medlgovicb
Hall second and fourth
. ne-Uay each month
Visiting brothers wel
.i v UKNTON, Councillor.
J L BENTON, Recording SecreUry
KNIGHTS & LADIES OF SECURITY,
8ISSEE COUNCIL. NO. 2115.
Meets every Thursday at Ucion
Hall. 7 : "0 p. m Visiting members are
cordially invited. C. A. Clem, Pres
Kox lo3 Bisbee.
Frederick J. Attaway. Sec. Lowell.
E. linquist. financier, box 33246, Low
ell MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Bisbe Camp No. 13410.
Meets first Tuesday at
Odd Fellows Hall.
R. U MOTZ. ConsuL
II. F. MATHEWSOX.
Lily Temple, No. 3,meets every Ind
ana 4th Thursday evening of eaeb ,
month at Odd Fellows' Hall. Visiting
sisters are cordially invited.
ANNA HART, M. E. C.
JEANET SWEENEY. M. of R C