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PAGE SEVEN -JE f - i i ' " , v -w- a THE BISBEE DAILY &EVIEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 12.' 1911. J WfF It ' f EL ! Wi.. 2 w: " i " i- TO' THE MANUFACTURERS Eastern Organizations Pleased With Arrest of Alleged Dynamiters LOS ANOELES, CaL. May 11. Many eastern organizations are tending letters of congratulation, upon the arrest of John J. and James B.- MoXamara, tho alleged dynamit ers, to the Merchants and Manufac turers' association here, offering moral and financial support for the protection of the men. The reply made to these offers by the associa tion is that It has nothing to do with the piosecution and It has hence no need of money. Job Ilarrlman of Los Angeles, at torney for the McNamara brothers, conferred with them three hours )cstenlay In the county Jail. He said at the end of tho meeting that the men are considering the advisa bility of making some statement to tho public. Ortlo E. McManigal. Uc alleged confessed dynamiter, now has as his cell mate a man charged with mur dering hla wife. A statement corroborating the al leged confession sot McManigal in tho dynamiting operations was ob tained from him yesterday by an op erative of the Burns detective ag ency. GIBBONS SAYS WE SHOULDJJPHOLD LAW Government Protects Individ ual and Individual Should Protect the Government NEW YORK. May 11. In the manner observed at Rome, six pag es in uniform, bearing lighted torch es, met his eminence. Cardinal Gib bons, at tho doors of the Catholic club here last night, and escorted the distinguished prelate to the throne of the grand ball room, whero ho was welcomed by a largo gathering of leading Catholics. The occasion was the golden Jub ilee of the prelate's ordination to the priesthood and the silver Jubilee of hla clovatlon to the cardinalatc. Archbishop Farley, Supreme Court Justice Victor J. DowIIng and Prank S. Cannon, president of the club, de livered welcoming addresses. Clbbons In his response said: As you are all protected in your ure ana property Dy tno strong -aria of the government so should you all i .tin.... mlin rri .tiaririul urfftl flip administration nf the rammonwelath "Thank God we live in a coun try whero there 5s liberty without the toleration of license, and author ity without the toleration of despo tism, and whero the government holds over us Its protection without interfering with the individual rights of conscience." HOW FAK HAVt tuu invn.Lui Strand Magazine: navo you evci count, gave wu uuum ' - counted up tho number OS steps couragemeni. He made a ?oIse like which you have made in the course ! unto ho had received an Order. And nr nna rift-r In pninir to husiness. In walking fom ono room to another at home, and so on. throughout the course of the day? If you will take the trouble to do so, you will be surprised to find what a distance you have covered without realizing it. .Multiply this distance by 36& and ,-,. Tnt finfl that ft will not reaulre JWU ..... .. -- - many years before you have made up many years ceiore you io.c mouc -- i tho 25.000 miles which Is enul o the circuit oi tne giooe. jiohu iiw would certainly be surprised if they were Informed mat ounns mc ..... iYiw IIvm thev have walk ed a distance as great as tho lengtn of the equator. Yet. however seden tary we mav be. however little In clined to gain the reputation of a globe trotter or of an Alpine climb er, most of us have, unknown to our selves, coverea a onuuivo u... "" Se full circuit of the earth, or a ellmb to the highest mountain peaks in the "world. More than tbit, we have accomplished a task still more comssal. Without having had o;ca- sion to explore the nnk-own regions bVneatn the crust of the earth, we descended as far as the depths selves, covered a aistanco cm nf the ITOSI uniaiuotuuic ,-. ot mo u mv . .- of even as far as the very renter the earth. uium c TH1T nn MAO. Tho Forum: In Paris is a list of 1903 of all kinds of animals wmen had bitten reople and which were suspected of being afflicted with ra bies, there were as many as 833 doe: of the remaining animals In tr pllaial list There wcYo 247 horses, 6 cats and 7 others of the various domestic animals It will be sen from this that the dog U not the onlj offender, t'louth he leads all others by a large plurality. In Prussia, that country of statis tical delight, there are numerous in- SetolTicIanr of bites from rabW caxtio ana- even uuu --- i oi uu n,..w. Im"''0- -w that the Bootn has br, ? suenPSe Sat wolves would ?way for a long t. ho Tnv Sn'S "oVeranTma IS S&SS St! g mn Russian sStlstlcs substanUaU Butution and Can stand much KnocK- jSff ffiSTueoSl Valerie Bergcrc will hav, si, Jre h sketches out next season. ' ' f . t. tS Ji. ?- H , ' ' ' -,.'.. ... .- - ., 1 111 mm ! 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If you don't find all this true after trying a bor of TIZ, you can get your money right back. T!Z Is for sale at all druggists at 25 cents per box, or it will bo pent yon direct if you wish -from Walter Luther Dodge & Co , Chicago, 111. FABLE OF COPPER BOOM. (Boston News Bureau.) Once upon a time, many many yean ago, before the Boston Stock Exchange developed chronic Innoc uous Desuetude, there roamed at random about State street a cheer ful little Nondescript called a Cop per Boom. Ho was a docile little fel low, combining the characteristics of a Lamb, a Bull and a Bear. TMn HtMrt fflltnn.- trfia vrv tnnA nf drill cores, on which he subsisted almost entirely; but ever and anon he was wont to treat himself to the delicacies of a Mill Hun. One rainy morning , as he ambled down State street wondering what had become of the Trinity treasury and the long overdue Dividend on Fay Street Gas, he heard a Wise Broker say that tho Indiana Drill Core was the Richest Thing ever! Xow as It chanced there had been n yrnrv mnrlrpft smrpttv of Live -- .- .... --. - News like this, so without further rews iiko tats, so wiuioui iuhuci Ado tho Little Copper Boom hied ii.AnAiulful f wrat 11UV TMfc Miia Onttft a While after the Battle of Waterloo, sometimes sad ly referred to as the Unpleasantness of 1907; but after much Toll and Considerable Aplomb the little Cop per Boom made It understood that ho had Arrived. One Broker, who had long been trying to Figure how ho could make a Tamarack Income Jlbo with a Cal umet ec ni-tia xuu.i.v r- --- umet & Hecla Family expense ac- lo' Orders came out of Cbaos, -aia-roazoo, and oven at length from Colo Roast Boston ana otner itssiuui. Places. ' , For a long time thereafter the little Copper Boom grew and grew until he became a Real Co'iper Boom, with a jrreat Fondness for wii-h- prinwl thlncs. Oft and Re peatedly he would tell his Relations praieuiy m - - tne Lamfcs, that a Drill Core wa a aiigmy uoou i'"". "' -- i Vcled at his Persolcuitv and said ne was sometning oi a uum. iu. -w riiiF thmieht they were tno ni- K--t nn flint hft PnAHI had nO ,1U!BD IJUU w. i.--w . connection with the Big Money they were making. And so it went until tho lse n ..nn ihit Ttrlll Cam and Mill Runs had commenced to Pall on the n -T, nnn n hrt nhOWeU , vopper cwm, " "- ',. woin3 of a D? mu"? i eougly 60me of the Viso Ones tbougot that Drill Core Stocks were , not t0 De preferred to Monev Id the Pank. So they all tried o Duck at cnce b11t thout General Publicity. Ab a Copper Boom is no onf" aniu weakest St he Ducking iortnwiu vuaiuu - 1 j- . intn- orders to be j- .. ntnir orucrs u uo where none bad been before, but they never vere called Benefactors. Tho Lambs saw their Big Mono ' contract Jnt small uaus-- "- r. -t!irtTin cans. lTndUXn the 'ed for the Cop ier Boom trey :" g""? and left them Pf" edI,tn toaV Uglv Thing called '" 'it. Although the V-l Thing tad been around before, he vasiiotVlei come. Abotit this Ume the Imb fotmd that the Searching Looks of ihfir Brokers were mow to oe Sd ton Honest Toll, so thev wlnt back to tho Jobs with the uong noura. . --- .,., been working Overuse , to g ahead Long Hours, and ever stuco . Legal Advertisements To the Stockholders of the Esplr itu-Santo Gild Silver Company. Notice is hereby given that a spe cial meeting of tho stockholders of the Esplrltu-Santo Gold-Sliver Com pany will be held at S o'clock p. m. of Saturday, May 13th. 1911, at the Copper Queen hotel, in the city of DIsbec, territory of Arizona, for the purposo of considering and voting on a proposition to dissolve the cor poration. Espiritu-Santo Gold-Silver Company J. V. MONTAGUE, Secretary." NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS Notice Is hereby given that the Board of School Trustees of School District No. 3, Hereford, Cochise County, Arizona, will receive sealed bids for the sale of school bonds, which will bo opened June 1st, 1911, at 1 o'clock p. m. of said day. at the office of Guy C. Welch. Clerk of said Board of Trustees, Hereford, Arizona. The amount of said bonds Is $1,500.00. bolng threo bonds of the denomination of $300.00 to run for the following periods of time: One of said bonds to run for a period of Five Years, and two of said bonds to run for a period of Ten Years all to bear interest at tho rate of six per cent per annum from date. It Is provided that tho whole or any part thereof may be paid at any time, principal and intorest, aftei Hvo years, at the option of the Board of School Trustees of School District No. 3. All bidders must deposit with tho County Treasurer, C. W. Hicks. Tombstone, Arizona, Ion per cent of the amount of tho bid as a guar antee that the bidder will enter Into an agreement with said Board of Trustees to purchase said bonds J in case an award is made. I The right Is reserved to reject anr or all bids or parts of bids, and tho bonds can not be sold for less than prx value Address all bids to Guy C. Welch, Clerk of the Board of Trustees, Dis trict No. 3, Hereford, Arizona, and mark plainly on the outsldo of the envelope: Bids for School Bonds. By order of the Board. G. J. McCABE. Chairman. Attest: H. E. Berner, Clerk. PROBATE NOTICE In tho Probato Court of the County of Cochise, Territory of Ari zona. In the matter. of tho estate of Ja cob C. Swltzer. deceased. notice is hereby given that Kate Swltzer, tho administratrix ot the estate of tho above named decedent, has presented to this Court, and filed herein her petition praying that the real estate returned in the inventory and appraisement of said estate, bo set apart as a homestead for the uso of the family of said decedent. together with the personal property returned therein; and notice Is fur ther given that Tuesday, the 23rd day of May, 1911, at 1 o'clock p. m at the courtroom, of said Court, at the courthouse in Tombstone, Co chise county, has been appointed the time and place by the Judge of this Court for the hearing upon said pe tition, when and where any person interested in said estate may appeal and show cause, if any they may have, why the prayer of said peti tion should not be granted. Dated May 10. 1911. J. E. JAMES, Clerk. (10 publications) NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ACCOUNT AND DISTRIBUTION In the Probate Court of the County of Cochise, Territory of Ari zona. In the matter of tho estate of Toi vo Paanancn, deceased. Notice is hereby given that A. A. Markkanen, tho administrator of the estate of the above named de cedent, has presented for settlement, and filed in this court his final ac count of his administration proceed ings, together with his petition praying that the residue of said es tate bo distributed; and that Mon Cay, the 22no day of May, 1911, at 1 o'clock p. nv at the court-room of said court, ar the court-house in Tombstone. Cochise county, has been appointed by the Judge of this Court a& the time and place for the hear ing upon said matters, when ana whero any person interested in said estate may appear and file objec tions in writing to said account ana petition and contest tho dame. Dated May 9, 1911. J. E. JAMES. Clerk. (10 publications) IN. TKC DISTRICT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE TERRITOR OF ARIZONA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF COCHISE. Mrs Elizabeth Hamlett Gillespie, ' Plalr-tlfr. vs. W. W. Whaley, and Sarah Whaley. his wife, Henry Forrest and An drea Forrest his wife, and the First National Bank of Globe, Arizona. Defendants. Sheriff's Sale No. 6200. Under and by virtue of an order or sale issued, out of the District Court of tho Second Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and or the County of Cochise, on the 1st day of May, 1911, In the above entlt lcr action, wherein, Mrs. Elizabeth Hamlett Gillespie the above named Plaintiff obtained a judgment again3t W, w. Whaley. and Sarah "Whaley his wife, Heary Forrest and Andrea ForreBt his wife and the First Na tiosal Baak ot Globe, Arizona, De fefidaats, ea the 29th day ot April, 1911, for the sum of Sevea Thousand N'lne Hundred aad Fifty Four is100 7,954.G8) dollars In lawfrj mesey Legal Advertisements of the United States, besides luter "st, costs and accruing costs. I am -ommanded to sell that certain lot. Piece or parcel of real estate, sit uate In the City of BIsbce, County of Cochise. Territory of Arizona, and described as follows: ""Lot numbered Twenty Three (23), In Block numbered Four (4): ot the City of Blsbee. County of Co chlse. Territory or Arizona." Public notice Is hereby given that on the 31st day of May, lgn, at 2 o'clock p. m. of that day at the Court House door In the City o Tombstone, in tho said County of Co chlse, 1 will sell the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff's claim, with Interest, costs ana ac crulng costs to the highest and best bidder for cash. Tombstone, Arizona, May 6th, 1911 JOHN J.'. WHITE, Sheriff A. A. HOPKINS. By Deputy Sheriff. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of Tho Interior. U. S. Land Office at Phoenix. Ariz. , Mn 19n- NOTICE is hereby given tba' James Maurice Decker, of Lowell. Arizona, who- on March 2C. 1906. made Homestead entry, No. 03392, for SNEfc. SEUNW. NEy4SW Scetian 32, Township 22 S Range 2 E. G & S. R. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Flvt Year i'roor, to establish claim to the land above descrlr-ed, before J. I). Taylor, U. S. Commissioner, at BIo bee, Arizona, on the 10th day of June, 191L Claimant names as witnesses W. J. RUCASTLE. of Bisbee. Ariz. PRESTON FLETCHER, of Lowell. Ar2. WILLIAM G. MILIEU, of Blsbee. Ariz. C. A. JONES, of Blsbee. Ariz. FRANK H. PARKER, Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. U. S. Land Office at Puoenlx, Ari MaV 4. 1911. NOTICE is hereby rfen that Fe lix M. Abrams, of Naco, Arizona, who, on October 24, 1903. made homestead entry. No. 01618 for SNE. SEViNWU. NWUSEU. Section 8, Township 24 S., Range 24 E., G & S. R. Meridian, has Hied notice of intention to make Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before J. D. Taylor, U. S. Commissioner, at Blsbee, Arizona, on the 10th day of June, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses- WILLIAM ALFRED DON L. MOSS. CHASE L. PURDY. J J. NEWELL, all of Naco. Ariz. FRANK H. PARKER. Register. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHV ORDER OF SALE OF REAL ES TATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE. In the Probate Court of tho County of Cochise, Territory of Ari' zona. in tho matter of the estate ot Don ald McPhunn, deceased. It appearing to this court, by the petition this day presented and filed by C. W. Hicks, one of the adminis trators of the estate of Donald Mc Phunn, deceased, that it is necessary to sell the whole of the real estate of said decedent to pay the debts of decedent and tho expenses and charges of administration. It is therefore ordered by this court: That all persons interested In the estate ot said deceased appear be fore the said Probate Court on Mon day, the GUI day of June, A. D. 1911. at the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the court room of said court, at the court house In the city of Tombstone, Cochise county, terri tory of Arizona, to show cause why an order should not bo granted " said C. W. Hicks, as such adini- trator, to sell the said real estate and that a copy of this order be pub lished four successive weeks In the Bisbee Dally Review, a newspaper printed and published In the said county of Cochise. Dated May 3. 1911. FRANK W. GOODBODY, Judge of the Probate Court. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ACCOUNT AND HEARINC PETITION In the Probate Court of the County of Cochise, Territory of Ari zona, In the matter of the estate ol Thomas Devine, deceased. Notice Is hereby given that Lucy E. Devine, the administratrix of the Estate of Thomas Devine, deceased, has presented for settlement, and filed herein her final account of her. administration proceedings, together with her petition praying that the residue of said estate be distributed to the persons entitled thereto; and notice Is further given that Wed nesday, tho 17th day of May. 1911, at 10 o'clock a. m, at tho courtroom thereof, rt the courthouso in the city of Tombstone, Cochise county, has Teen appointed by the Judge of this court as the time and place for a hearing upon said matters, and any person Interested In said estate may appear before said court on said day and show cause, if any they may have, why the said account should not be allowed and settled and the prayer of said petition be granted. Dated May 2, 191 L J. E. JAMES. Clerk A special election Is to be held in the Second district of Pennsylvania this month to choose a successor to tho late Congressman Joel Cook. Eleanor Kent Is appearing In a one-act operetta called "Ixvo via Aeroplane." LODGE NOTICES MASONIC CALENDAR WEEK ENDING MAY 13, 191 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Saturday i r innius W M. E. L. BLAIR. Secy. F. & A. M. IL W. JORGENSEN, IL P. C. F. PHILBROOK. EC. W. R. BNKS, Secy. R. A. M. & K. T. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Rathbono Ioaise,No.l0 Knights ot Pjthlas meet the first, second and fourth Tuesdays ot onrh month in Pvthlffn Castle Vlsltlnc broth ers cordially Invited. Pw B. MATHEWS, a C J. C. KRIGBAUM. K. ot II. S. L ORDER Of EASTERN STAR PpbtI Chanter No. 6 Meets in Masonic Hall Seccpd and Fourth j Wednesdays ot each month. I Ella M. Perry. W. M-l Katherlno l'air. aec. B. P. 0. ELKS i Bl3bce Lodge. Ja. C71. meets first and third Tuesdays of each month at Elks Club House. Visiting brothern , cordially Incited. I Sam Frank' aiburg Exalted Ruler. T. O. McGRATH, Secretary. W. 0. w. Woodmen of the World Meet ot Fair hall .the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Visiting brothers invited to attend. GEO. H. COBBB, C. C C. N. THOMA&. Clerk. M.W.A. Blsbee Camp No 13,416 Modern Woodmen of America, meets sec ond and fourth Thursdays id I. O O. F. hall. Visiting neighbors- are invited to attend R. T MOTZ, Clerk. J. D. TAYLOR. Consul. ORDER OF OWLS No. 1208 1st & 3r Thurs- davs. Odd Fellows Hall. Brotherhood of American Yoemen Richard I. Homestead 391 mets second and fourth TuMrinvs at Odd Fellows li tj-.ii vioIMt- Arh.irfl are cordially Invited. r n stinson. Forenrm n. HOOVER, conespondent O. Box iuz. I. 0. R. M. Meets every Thursday evening at 7:30 OCIOCK in ryuimu wsua visiting Red Men welcome. Wm. BUCKETT. Sacbem F. C FENDERSON, K. of R. M D. COHEN, Medicine Man T. F. B. te FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD rXanAA T.rwlf-a Ko. 452 meets every Wednes day evening at Fair 4f HaU. Visiting mem bers cordially Invited. BENJAMIN MOSS, iresiaenu BARBARA SHEARER. Secretary. S0N0RA LODGE NO. 23 I. 0. 0. F Cananca, Mexico meets every Monday at 8 p. m. In Masonic Hall. Visiting brotner coraiauy invueu. W. H. EARP, N. G. JOSEPH HOWARD. Secy. BISBEE LODGE NO. 10. I. 0. 0. F. meets every r (Vednesdav even ing In Od? Fellows Hall, Main St. Visiting brwners are cordially in vited to attend. W. A. RICHARDS, N. G. F. J. ATTAWAY, Secretary F. O. & Bisbee Aerie 75. F. O. E mels first and third Mondays, S p. m. Fair Hall. Visitors cordially wel comed. Wm. BUCKETT, M. D. COHEN, President- Aerie Physleirn. 1 THE BEST DRINKS ARE SERVED AT THE TURF POOL TABLES IN CON NECTION. RINT TOSS- SALE BILLS -I l tdXxM m& BSlji 9HftiFiSE9riJifir W. C. P. Ot r .. rrc Kv trtii jj m 'ZrzAtl&rs zm a s a jdlji a -m & a t -. wi i.n . aLmt x&c -w jt- jc . from UttleAcoTii rrWA yZA isrr.-i w ' , T-r knTTBLin . .rr jta ttGuzf)mm-ri7mHfrSGi2r.-VFri&'j 4 im9Ki'MtKKwKfrVfmfaf'' By comparisons, the results from a want vd ure uiten much greater than the growth from a " liitle acorn ' FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Six room house 247 School Hill. 737 ! FOR SALE Modern four room house; time payments. For rent.! 3 or 4 room hoase. Phone 465 ot call Warren office. -114 j , FOR SALE Good laying hens. AP-, ply G. F. Murray, Phllbrook House,! Tombstone Canyon. HO Z FOR SALE $10 buys one of th.! best money making devices evei , Tint nti iYte TnnrVo flv tho amnllnf , put on tho market fir the amount Itn'oflfod Vny rTfnl'w oflflroco FOR wM!" Pictt.ro button mJ RENT-NIcely furnished frbn chine. Any one can operate this1 roonl cl03 ta- Clawson Hill machine. Party leaving city ""'I sell at a sacrifice Any young man who will devote a few hours FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS around pay day could, earn the price of machine in one day. Price - - - O.Boxo! DCe 12' AddrTl6P"lF0R nENT-Fully equipped -a on fori oa I r ntniMTiinr r"t-rv run OHLC runmiunc, Clt i FOR SALE Very cheap, 1 Singei sideboard $8. Horwltz Flats. 8051 HELP WANTED WANTED Men and strong boys. No expense to learn trade: 200 stu dents, $20,000 contract Jobs; workj half, study half the time. Automo- biles, electricity, plumbing, brick-j laving. Free catalogue. United . Trade School Contracting Co., Los Angeles. FOR RENT HOUSES FOR RENT 5 ream house, Witt bath. Inquire Office Saloon, Tom j Downs, or 20S Tombstone canyon FOR RENT Three room house; clothes closet and pantry. Hy-, drant In back pard. Water free Apply Geo. Vanderwalker, Wood, avenue. 739 i FOR RENT Furnished four room ' house with piano. Johnson Addl tlon. Inquire Busy Bee Cafe, Low ell. or Biabee. Ariz. 699 FOR RENT Three room house fur nlshed. and two rooms furnished or unfurnished. Inquire 17C Naco, Road, near Holbroak station. 803 FOR RENT Nice location, all mod ern conveniences; four room house, lot fenced Phono 465 or call Warren office 113 FOR RENT ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished housekeep ing rooms. Mrs Berg, Warren. 782 NICE, cool outside rooms at the Ar llngton J5 per month. S3 E. Op- era Drive. 802 SIGN A RELIC OF PARIS SIEGE. Wide World Magazine: Paris is a city of curious signboards, ona of tho most remarkable ones represent ing a tobacconist's sign at 53 Rue du Chateau-d'Eau. which had been here ever since 1K70. It Is riddled with holes mada by tho bullets of the Prussians, and the occupant of the shop states that so far as he is aware, it Is the only public relic of tha Franco-Pru.'bian war In evi dence in tho streets or Paris today. "My sign," ho added, "brings mo plenty of customers. You have- no idea, monsieur, of the numbor of English and American tourists who pass this way and drop into my place for a cigar or a box of match es, merely is order to have a word with, me about my bullet riddled cnselgnc. I wouldn't part with U for anything.'" Margaret Townsend is adapting a play from Frederick Townsend Mar tin's book, "The Passing of the Idle Rich." i& Wm&Mmf&gM&$Q - t! FOcoKOI nSnSi: trie lights. Close In. ?8. Appli 1S4 Temby ave.. School Hill, first house west of Grand View Hotel N. A. Patterson. FOR RENT One three room IJat with bath. In good condition. Close to car line, in Warren, $12.50 per month. See T. A. Hughes, Bank of Biabeo Bldg. sot FURNISHED ROOMS St. Elmo hotel, Brewery gulch:' thorouchly renovated; under new manage sient8 soUcUet,. Smlth vor. WWJt ment, uy montn or week. Tran- manager. ""c"i juu liitjr iii-eust;. I. " it' v nnri tmvpmmflnf llftanDn .... ... ew.. ..v ..vwi.ov a-u July 9, 'll. Investigate this siaap Phono 1 eiK Arli Phono 10C or P. O Box 3005, Low- 699 BOARD AND ROOMS FRENCH KITCHEN Best place t eat In Blsbee. Everything neat and clean. Cooking can't d beat. 690 MISCELLANEOUS PALMIST and Modlum Hughes House, Lowell. 79s ADVERTISERS The great State 11 Vorth Dakota offors unlimited 01. portunlties for business to cla-1 tied advertisers. The recognize advertising medium is the Fars Daily and Sunday Courier-Newt the onlv seven Cay paper In tb state and the paper which iarn the largest amount of chmlSed vertlslng. The Ccurler-Newi cover Noru Dakota like a blanket; reachlDi all parts of the state the day ot publication. It Is the paper to tu in order to get results; rata one cent per word first Insertion ono-half cent per word succeed Ing Insertion; fifty cents per lint per month. Address Th Courttr- News, Fargo, N. D. 42s WANTED TO BUY SECON" HAND FURNITURE. Also sell an exchange all kind of furniture. 0 O. Branson, Dobson House, Johnto. Addition. 361 WANTED To buy a cottage ib Warren. Must be cheap for cash Address P. O. Box 1204, City . FLORIDA FOR CONSERVATION TALLAHASSEE, FhL, May 11. ' Pursuant to an invitation extended by the Florida senate a conference met here today for the purpose or agreeing on a conservation bill to be presented to tho next legislature. The lumber, livestock, naval stores and other industries having to d with the natural resources of the state were well represent"! at tlw confernce GUESTS OF MRS. TAFT. NEW YORK, May 11. At th imi tation of Mrs. Taft a delegation vt one hundred members of the M: zart Socletj of Now York left for Washington today to participate in the musical program at the May garden party on the White House lawn tomorrow afternoon. The pro gram at the May garden party on the White House lawn tomorrow after noon. The program to no rHlnl by the society will !nt!! two ,.. 1 fcr'erted by Pnssit'-M TafL ra tci- Ot'X UISOCS wl,'0E yfci-ipr s" fo