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title: 'Bisbee daily review. (Bisbee, Ariz.) 1901-1971, October 28, 1906, MINING SECTION, Page PAGE TWELVE, Image 12',
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ME BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1906
Prof. Phllbrick, superintendent of
tho Blsbeo schools, was In Douglas
Thursday as a detest 1 b? V. M.
C. A. conference, ani vlsliei the dif
schools between sessions.
Miss Edith. Klein, tho now teacher
for tho overflow room at Pirtlerllte
has arrived and. will report for duty
on nest Monday.
A now typewriter made Its apjpear
anco at Seventh street school this
past weak and will be a great help
to tho superintendent in his work.
Prof. Boughaman's strav! hat dis
appeared from its accustomed place
on Monday. After a futile hcarch that
gentleman, we understand, has off
ered a l'beral reward for Its return
and no questions asked.
Ruby Freston of tho fifth, grade
waa absent from school the greater
part of the week on account of illness.
Brooks Scott accompanied his fa
ther to Tombstono on Wednesday.
Iteese Filkins has recoered from
his recent Illness and returned ou
Monday to his accustomed placo in
Uio eighth grade.
Lillian Dre has entered the sei
Tho athletic fever seems to bo
spreading among the boys and now
tho younger ones havo formed a jun
ior athletic association and have a
baseball team for those from Texas,
Arizona and all states. Oscar McDon
ald is captain of the Texas team.
All tho girls in tho upper grades
at Seventh street assembled in the
high school during the afternoon re
ceAs on Thursday", to learn of the
plans that aro being sormed by the
Woman's club of Douglas for a week
ly sowing clasB for them. Mrs.. Hirst
and Mrs. Ross representing tho Wo
man's club and all of the upper grade
girls who desire to learn to sew neat
ly and correctly were requested to
hand their names, a.0 and address to
tholr teacher on Friday. Tho sewing
class will meet every Saturday room
ing in the labrary ha: tor enshour.
Various lady members of the dub w111
be there to take charge and hejp the
girls. All the expense each one will
hae will be for materials. TbUs
a splendid opportunity for theljichool
girls of Douglas and enough can not
bo said in Its favor. In many cities
sewing is a department of the pub
lic school work froti tao pnmary to
the high school
Last eor bowiug was Introduced In
tho Bisbee schools thr,u!,i the In
fluence of tho WoiLuu-a cub of Bis
bee and wo hopo at some time in the
roar future, Douglas will bo as for
tunate. Tho OUb club did not have its
usual ineetlug Wednesday afternoon
as many of tho members were to help
with serving at tho banpuet at the
Y. M. C. A. hall.
Tho baskotball team practiced after
school on Monday and Tuesday and
hereafter they will bo allowed to
practice on Tuesday and Friday in
the gjmnaslum of the T. M. C. A.
Tho team all havo their suits which
consist of a Khort full black skirt
and linen colored shirt waist.
"What do sou mean by sculpture?"
asked a Seventh ssreei teacher on
THE COPPER QUEEN STORE THE COPPER QUEEN gORE. M
THE COPPEK QUbEN STORE
Sold on all First-Class Cigar Stands in Cochise Co
Loaned For Sale
You are invited
- Come in and inspect our
.stock of watches and dia
monds before buying.
Our stock is complete, and
we are selling the mat 1-3 to
L 1-2 regular prices,
Every Watch and Diamond
is sold with our strict guarantee.
Friday and the pupil called upon to
i-edte answered, "cutting the tops of
their heads off.
On Friday evening the Literary so
ciety had their regular weekly meet
ing and the following program was
heard by those present:
Song, Soclety:readlnr. Jessie Prath-
tion, Hugo Richara son; piano solo, A
conception zumga: recitation. Koxy
Talt; reading, Buelah Reese;, song.
Society. Current Events. Parliamen-
E. Bepee now has his gold mill on
Chase creek, near tho Lines dairy,
running on ore from his mints. The
plant is running very satisfactorily,
and the mines will now pay for their
Thcpresent price of copper means
Increased activity in the CUfton-Mo-rencldiBtrlct.
Hundreds of minors
and'other laborers could find employ
ment, hero at once. The only troublo
with the output is the shortage of
THE PONTOTOC MINES.
Tho discovery, deelopment, and
recent purchase by the Pontotoc Cop
per company of the Pemberton group
of mines situated seven miles north of
Tucson In the foothills of the Santa
Catallnas Is likely to mark a most
Important era In tho mining industry
Tho Pontotoc group of mines em
braces fifteen full claims, all located
on one continuous -vein of copper ore.
which shox-s remarkable mineral crop
ping and the geological formation of
which indicates a permanent copper
deposit of unusual quantity.
The depth of developmeot which has
reached but 50 fet makes a very good
showing. From this depth cross-cuts
have been made for a distance of
forty feet, the entire distance of "ft hlch
carries good values to copper and bl
products of silver anc gold. The en
tire face of tho 40 foot cross cut as
sayed 10.03 per cent copper. 3.44 oz.
silver and $1.40 In gold. The large
ness of the ore bearing ledge and the
formation woulfl indicate that Tucson
has at her cry doors a copper deposit
which may prove a rival to the large
dividend copper companies of Arizona.
RICH IN GOLD.
, On last Thursday a rich strike was
made at the old Harqua Hala gold
mine, which Is now owned by the
Michigan Mining company. The strike
aras on the 300-foot level, and out oi
a ton and a half of ore $75uO worth oi
xc was taken. Great excitement pre
rails on account of the strike, says the
The work of development has Sees
carried on by drifting at the side of
the ledge Instead of at its top. but at
every seventy-five feet a few blasts
are blown into the ledge to see if It
Is still continuing. Last Thursday at
the 300-foot leel a set of shots were
put in and fired, and when the smoke
had cleared away the men went In to
examine the ledge and to their sur
prise and astonishment found that the
lock was literally held together with
A few more shots were fired a short
distance farther along the ledge, and
the gold" continued there In all, a ton
and a half of ore was loosened and
S7500 worth of gold taken from It.
The company is not talcing out any
more of the ore just now as It Is not
convenient to handle It. There is a
40 stamp mill on the company's prop
erty, and twentv stamps will begin
dropping about November 1. In the
rast five mbnths about 15,000 tons of
ore nave Decn developed wblch will
mill about $10 a ton free. A tram way
is also in course of construction to
run from the mine to tho mill, a dis
tance of one mile. It will be comulet-
ed In about a week.
PAST WEEK IN SOCIETY.
BROWN A. CO., Props.
MONEY LOANED ON EVERYTHING.
Continued from Page 9.
that the advice of Judge Klbbey de
terred action on the part of the com
mittee at that time. That the situ
ation may be clearly understood these
letters will now be read.
Although an attempt was made lat
er during the session of the legisla
ture of 1505 to secure the passage
of a Juvenile court law, jour com
mittee had no part in It, for the, rea
son that the chairman left theTerrI
tory two days afer the receipt of
Judge Kibbey's letter of advice, and
did not return until several weeks
after the adjournment of the legisla
ture; one other member of your com
mittee was absent much of the time.
possibly all. and-the remaining mem
ber .was the wife of the attorney
whose advice we had sought and fol
lowed. Rcspectfullv submitted.
ELLA Q. FOWLER,
Phoenix. Art. Xov. 16, 1905.
Although the preceedlng pages com
plete your committee's report, there
are other facts which I wish to place
before you, that the present status of
the subject may be understood.'
During the session of thp legisla
ture of 1903, a bill of similar purport
-Sqt the enre of delinquent and dependent-
children was introduced,
so I am Informed, which passed the
assembly but did not pass the Coun
cil. During the winter of 1905, our Mrs.
Nichols, then President of the Wom
an's Clu1) of Phoenix, did much ef
fective work in Interesting members
of the legislature, then in session, in
A Mil was Introdnrwi y Oieal
Wilson, of Tucson styled" "An iH
deining and providing for the cen
tre!, protection ind treatment of de
penrlont and delinquent children: pre
scribing and defining the powers and
duties of courts with respect there--to;
providing for the appointment of
probation officers, and prescribing
their dntlfs and powers: providing
for the separation of children from
adults when confined In Jails and oth
er institutions: providing for the ap
pointment of boards to investigate
the qualifications of organizations re
ceiving children under this act and
jprescrltlss the Jutles of tsaris; aal
fcb The Brown Store fc
Good News For
October -1 our buyer, who Is now In the Eastern market, telegraphed to us stating that he had closed a deal
with the Bell System Clothing Company of Cincinnati, Ohio, the well known manufacturers of us-to-date
Men' and Boy' Clothing, by which we purchased, at a very low figure, a big lot of their Very Fine Good,
at a small fraction of their original selling price. After Inspecting garment after garment, our representa
tive takes great pleasure in saying that he has made the best buy of the season. These goods were sent on
to us at once and are now ready to be placed In'the stock. Our force Is busily engaged in opening and mark
ing these goods. In procuring these noods at such a close figure we will give you the benefit of our pur
chase and will place the same on sate for Monday only
Monday, October 29
This lot of clothing consists of a fine line of Men's fine Worsteds, Serges and Unfinished Worsteds, in the latest
cut and finish, representing all the new Fall styles. A full stock will be placed on sale, with all sizes and styles to
select from. These goods will be divided into three lots, which will be sold at the following low figure:
Will appeal to those looking for a ser
vicable suit at a low figure. All $1 1
.and $12 garments will go, Saturday
and Monday, at.
' LOT TWO
Consisting of Men's Fine Suits, regu
lar sellers at $13.-50, $14, $15 and
$16.50. For Saturday and Monday,
This lot of high class clothing, .rang
ing in value from $17.50 to $22, will
be placed on sale, . Saturday and
Bojs Suits. '$2.50 to $3.00, QO rtfl
ages 4 to 1C, for $C.iUU
FOR MONDAY ONLY
Boys' Suits, $3X0 to $4.50. PQ flfl
ages 4 to 1G, for yOiUU
FOR MONDAY 'ONLY
Actual $5.00 Dojs" Suits 09 OR
FOR MONDAY ONLY
Bojs' Knee Pants, 9 En
50c, C5c, for OuC
The Bell System of Clothing is too well known for us
to try to enlarge upon the merit of these goods. But permit
us to say that these goods are correct in every particular.
Nothing is left undone in their manufacture that will ex
clude them from classing with the highest 'grade of clothing.
8. to 12.50 Overcoats 7.50
Be the first to select your outfit. Don't wait until the sizes
This will be the greatest sale Bisbee has ever known.
The Brown Store
Trri Irllnf urhem nrm-cAHInf-e lTiHor
this act. shall be admissible In evi
This bill developed many friends In
both branches of the legislature; it
lacked but two totes of possessing the
assembly, but was not submitted to
Its opposition was due more to lack
of Information regarding Its need and
provisions and to the fact that it was
introduced so late In the session that
there was not time to make organiz
ed effort to secure advocates for it,
than to a sentiment agalns its passage.
But the agitation and discussion
were not In vain; it was educative,
and throughout Arizona there has de
veloped a higher conception of duty
to delinquent and dependent children.
Prevention of crime, rather than
punishment, is much the stronger pur
pose now. and It is the endeavor to
guard the children from contact with
crime and criminals.
Ho wabout this climate. Hank?
And the line up here of people
Putting money In the bank?
So jou think jour land in Texas
Has us skinned? "Well bet a stack.
That It isn't even in it;
(You le been sleeping on jour back)
Whosev fruit brings the highest prices.
In the Eastern markets, say?
Does the echo answer Texas?
No, It starts and end3 with A.
So. ou're going back to Texas.
(Much oblige to see you go),
Where six bits a da's a right smart.
And you start to work at fo'?
Tex., old mule, jou hate to leave here.
This town sho' looks good to you;
Soon we'll see yu back In Bisbee,
You'll bring all your kin folks, too.
W. J. B.
The Troy-Manhattan Development
company, which has a working bond
and option on the properties at Troy,
has a force of miners at work under
the direction of Jos. C. Ernian as su
perintendent and J. J. Dcvins, fore
man. The Florence Blade states that
Erman has made a contract with tho
Arizona Smelting company at Hum
boldt for the delivery ot 32,060 tons
of sulphide ore from the Rattler mlno
of the Troy-Manhattan group. The
ore Is said to run 3 per cent copper,
$4 In gold, CO per cent iron, 18 per
cent llmo, 6 per cent silicate and bal
A few weeks ago a local poet stat
ed fn these columns that they were
substituting real mules for asses In
the mines, A Texas mule poet ans
wered, admitting that he saw his fin
ish, but said he was glad of it, as he
Is only, to oanxlous to get away from
here, for there Is nothing hero but a
lot of Arizona lovers and lime and
muck and rock; that Texas had Ari
zona skinned a city block, and that ho
was going back to tho cotton fields.
I -have been waiting for poet No. 1 to
answer, but can't wait any longer; I've
got to pull the trjgger:
There He Goes, Coming Sack.
Mr. long-haired man from Texas,
Stop your running down this camp,
And If Texas Is the candy,
Why'd you come here on the tramp?
We saw you on the bumsky.
Watched your wrinkles disappear.
And we knew you were from Texas,
When you said: "La"! Aain't that
jTou call yourself a cotton picker!
' All you ever picked was numbers,
j And for fear you'd lose a nickel
' You 'would pick them In your slum
So you're going back to Texas?
Well, well miss jou In a way:
But It won't be from thetable.
For you eat, but once a day.
Call us Arizona lovers,
That will never make us sore;
Bnt ask "Is you all Turn Texas?"
Then, you bet, we're out for gore.
( Don't yea wish ycu had. car copper?
Here! You Ambitious Hen,
.7 Read This 7
An ' Advertising School
Any Young Man
With a Common
is illegible to
WILL commence in a few
-"daus. Conducted by an
exoerr Ad. Writer of six
teen years' experience.
A practical man who will flive uou
personal Insfructfons-lwo evenings
a weefc, from s to 9.30.
Onlva limited number of pupils will
De accepted. No fees will De received
from unsuccessful scholars.
SEND TOR PARTICULARS
are Specially In
vited to Take
BISBEE SCHOOL Of ADVERTISING
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