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THE:' BISBEE DAILY REVIEW BiSBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1910
, MINING, MARKETS, FINANCIAL ,
CONSERVATIVE CUSS GEIS IN
THE MARKET FOB BUYIN6
Uy Frank J. GraT.
Mcmbor Dulutii Stock Exchange).
The activity displayed In today's
market shows better sales than fof
soma time, and from all Indications
buying has been done by the conser
vative class rather than tho profes
sional trader. Halls were well sup-J
iwtcd at the opening and prices Btlf
fened throughout tho HhL Steel was
well supported showing a strong
point advance. Union Pacific was the
reature of today's trading making an
advance of two points., but fell oif
at the close. In the copper, shares
market, a rauch better tone as well
as felling exist. The action taken by .
the Calumet and Hecla copper com
pany holding the price of the metal
it 13 cents strengenthened the mar
ket considerable and has placed new
confidence In capper shares. Calumet
and Arizona was well supported sell
ing at 61.00 during the day, a closing
at 59.00. North Butte Copper Range,
Old Dominion were well supported
throughout the day. Superior and
Pittsburg shoned strength closing at
112. Shattuck Arizona was well trad
ed in during the day sales being made
at 24.00. Derm Arizona closed at 2i
with offerings at 2;. The Lako Issues
were well In hand. North nn Soith
Lake showed advances for tho day.
Toward the close copper shares
were sold off. Total New New York
sales. 5SS.SO0 shares. Money 2-7.
Atlaat'c ...! .-... 6J
Ariz Com 10?
IJutte Coalition 10J
Calumet & Arizona 39
Chlumet & Hecla 34S
Copper Range . CGJ
East "Butte 7J
Greene Cananea CI
Isle Royale 21
Keewena w ..... ... .... ....... Si
iw 'lOj i
Miami ..... .... .... .... .... 20
Jo'orth Butte -. ..." 28 1
Old Dominion ... 37
Osceola 123 I
Shannon 10 1
Tsupenor ititsDurg lis
'Superior Copper 50J
Superior Boston 7-7
Utah Copper 473
U S Mining 2s;
. 3 ;
Rock Island r.Vt
Southern Pacific .. .... J1I1
St. Paul 123
New York Central' 1431
A T & S P 101
L & N 140i
Northern Pacific 1182
"Union Pacific 168i
Southern Railway 241
Broklyn R T 76J
Gt Northern 12Si
C F I 32i
U S Steel 701
U S Steel Pfd 1175
American Sugar H3J
American Smelters 68 J
U &0 1061
O & iV .,, ,. ., 41
Canadian Pacific 194
Western Union 74J
Chicago Groat Western 24i
(By L. J. Overlook).
BOSTON, Oct. 3. The Boston mar
ket acted better today than jt has
for some time. There tras a wide
spread interest In coppers, almost all
tlin RtrvrVs liolnir traded in. North
Butto rall'cj nna poln. Hir.cock o:o
point. Cop?r rarigo 2 uclim and
others in proportion. Tho market la
gradually creeping up and gett'ng
away from Investors who have been
waiting for lower prices. We advise
buying now and believe such pur
chase will be profitable with a lit
tle patience. Paine. Webber & Co
Chlno continues active with advanc
ing tendency. Stick sold at 20 to
day, a ne high level. Denn holds
firm at 22 bid wlt't moderate offerings
at2J. Inspectlonally fractionally high
er with firm undertone. Rossilla st'.'l
lacks buying power.
London copper opened 5s 6d Ugli
er. S. &. P. and Greene Cananea
In better demand with slightly higher
Total sales New York 5ST.SC0.
Az Mich .. 42
U Mtn S
Arlzpo , 2
B & L 10
B & A 4
Cordova 7T 2
Pull Paid ax ...... 75
wtuu ....... .... .. .. ., .. ..p
Elenita ax . 6
Ely Cons . 28
-iy VsCuk i
vrlxino 1 . , l?a
Ray Cent '. .... 2-
Ray Cons ip
Live Oak 13
Nat Ex ,... . 3
vcn . 3
Rctfalla ax ..-.v. 70 "
Sierra ax '. . .. 21
Silver Leaf ,7
Warren ax 2
South Lake S
Cal Sonora ax 9
Sup Globe 10
i-a nose ...... ... .. . oj
'..' Losing CVJe.
Mnny vi-nr" npi ihe Ainertr.
Kbl I fin u si re mint n-ur touii(l.
nfT ih iibihi nf SurdlnU vull- luffing
tliniusli :i Heavy iii.-iil durtirg a mom
ins wnich The uuautborizs letting
K of U fore btiert" alone raved the
l)li fruiii Komg flown wltd 1.100 souls
im tMianl Th- rirt lieutenant, after
ward "iiuixxJnrf Tboiiia W. Wyman.
with difficult climbing succeeded In
reaoblnK ibe quarterdeck, where,
finti'bliis Hie trumpet from the officer
in rlinrs-. tiii llrst order, given In a
voice heurd distinctly fore and aft
was. "Keep clear or the paint wortr
This command to hundred.- of human
beings pac-krd 1n the lee scuppers like
sardines lu n box Instantly restored
tbem.to order and prevented a panic,
tbey naturally feeling that it at sucb n
time, wltb a line of battle nblp on der
beam end1, rlean paint wort was of
piimmount lmHnam-e their condition
c?uld out be a serious ?nt
CHINO AND RAY.
BOSTON The Chino Copper Co.
ha jus; c3inpieted and signed con
tracts for the smelting of Its con
centrates at the El Paso smelter of
the American Smelting & Refining
Co. Arrangements have also been
'completed with the s&me interests
for the subsequent refining of tie
The Ray Consolidated Copiwr Co..
which is building a smelter of Its
own at Hayden, where it will make
blister copper, has also signed a con
tract with e the Airfcrican Smelt'ng
Refining Co. for the reflnias and
sale of its product.
iWhilu the smel'nj- and u fining
contracts aro for long term periods
tnd at rates very advantagom to
the copper companies beln matc-
fially lower than the contract enjoy
ed by- companies which signed up a
few years ago wo understand that
the selling contract Is one which enn
be cancelled on a very few mautbi
not'ee. This might be construed as
giving color to the rumor that In1
stead of a consolidation of the big
mining companies there may be an
early consolidation of all h selling
agencies Into one. Th's central sell
ing agency would accomplish practl-
ically all that was esaentlatly dc3lr
able In la consolidation without any
cumbersome financing or without vio
lating the letter or spirit of the
Sherman anti-trust laws.
Th Real Winners of Lawsuits.
Peter UcKcnzie. the last of the old
Hudson bay factors, bad always a
CTP.tt hatred nnd fenr of lawmilts.
! "I dined wltb Mr. McKenrle la Mon
treal not long ago. wild a mining en
gineer of Xew York, -and be reiter
ated his dread of lawsuits, driving
borne bis potat with n story.
"lie snld that n certain Smith won
a case in the lower courts, the higher
courts anil the' supreme court. Smith
was thus finally awarded, after seven
years of litigation. $500,000.
"When Smith benrd the glad news
be sped to bis lawyers.
"'Hurrahr be said. 'Gimme my
'Yes, JTiOO.000 was the nward. said
the lawyer, nud at the same time he
handed Smith a dollar bill.
"'But what's this forr Smith
-That's all that's left, Mr. Smith,
explained the lawyer. ufter the de
duction of my fee. the cost of the
various appeals and other expenses,
which will be duly rendered you lu an
"Poor Smith studied the-bill in bis
"Say, what's the matter with this?'
he demanded. 'Is it badV" Minne
t r - ket rouN& Ftu-CRA JfMT 1.
; IP?1 ? VANTrHOtPC?HlsJ Qy--4S " - --1
V t( A TA8ASCKUTE ANTIJ rd r
n' U TW SNAE5ACJCAN iZ&J(Wa
( I WTLt 6RANT roURTtcajB5T kOHV li
iBrrrvoufcAgJicuLrvnoyTs ac JLr '
Til have to ask you to pay fare for
that little gentleman, sir," said the
"Pay for him?" exclaimed the florid
face man. "Pay for that kid? Why.
you could put him In your coat pock
et!" That's all right. I liappen to know
who he Is. He's Major General Mole
cule, the smallest man on earth, and
he's twenty-six years old. If you want
him to travel free you'll have to put
him in knickerbockers and a boy's
Jacket. Fare, please." Chicago Tribune.
The Old, Old Story.
I told her the old. old ttory
I told it as veil as I could
And, though It was used and hoarr.
She thought It si wondrouIy eood.
Teiira paused. Ono morn Ins she told It
In all Its rare beauty to me.
In whisperings soft hr unrolled It.
With blushes, rare visions to see.
And strange, though the years had net
Though sweet as In seasons of yore.
It seemed from the way she arranged It
As though I'd ne'er heard It before!
" Ue.d to It.
After the usual greeting by Mephlsto
the couple are ushered to their apart
ment In hades.
"I can't see." grumbled the husband,
"that this place l any cooler than any
vtbere else we ever spent the sum
mer." "Well." argues his wife. "I suppose
you would rather poke off to some
mudbole somewhere where there It
no society at all." Life.
The Thrilling Life.
Never say the country Is laid up on the
You'll find the life that's in It If the life
Is In yourself.
It's full o fine surprises. It's happy on
The airship country rises at the very
break o day!
Ethel had been biting at a neigh
bor's. "I hope you didn't take a second
piece of cake, Etbol." ald her mother.
"Yes, I did. mother," replied the
child. "You tol'J roe never to contra
dict, and the lady bald, I know you'll
have another piece of cake. so what
rould I say!" Judge.
There was a swell tourist whose valet
Was once cut In two by an engine.
"Now, 1 wonder," said he.
"Which half of the fellow
Had the keys to me luggage In his
"The next event," said the announcer
at the county fair, "will be a sack race
for girls, professionals barred."
"What do you mean by profession
als?" "Those who have been wearing hob
ble skirts." Kansas City JonmaL
Not a Joy Forever.
There was a young lady named Itose
Who -as a prize beauty did pose.
But she couldn't bake
Or cook a beefsteak.
And she couldn't dam her own hose.
A Bit Ambiguous.
Mrs. Jones What did the person
say when yon sent him tbe brandled
Mrs. Giles He said he didn't care
so much Jor the peaches as he did for
the spirit in which they were bent.
Our Awful Language.
There are words that depend on Inflection,
There are words as complex as our
But rrEardtn-- a woman's complexion
It la not s complex as It seems.
Proving the Suddenness.
"Tour poor husband met a sudden
deatlu didn't her
That's what we're trying to prove,
replied the widow, "but the chauffeur
swears be wasn't going over twenty
miles an hour "Detroit Krec Press.
Raus Mit 'Im!
But down tilth the singer who sings bis
With the strength of a tireless luns
And has no thought of the retch who
Be vialili. with nerves unstrung.
To prt n nine" at n itr-iim o slight
Or A T.-r'ftiT -f fluTnlt-r deep
Down v-"t Hf iniKer hi Klncs at nlsnt
When ne ought to be fast asleep?
A Yorkshire Plaster.
A. frleud ou u visit to Yorkshire
caught a chill and was couflned to
bed. His hostess thought to give her
sick visitor a treat during his confine
ment, sso she baked a Yorkshire pud
ding and took it upstairs.
"Just try that." she said. "It'll shift
yer cowd." Then she left him.
Going up some time later, she In
quired. "Weil, 'are ya etteu It up?"
Etten It: Ettcn Itr gasped her vis
itor. "No; I'm wearin' it on my chest!"
Stanley Jordan, the well known
Episcopal minister, having cause to bo
anxious about his son's college exami
nations, told him to telegraph the re
sult. The boy sent the following mes
sage: "Hymn 342. fifth verse, last
two lines." Looking it up, the father
found the words. "Sorrow vanquished.
labor ended, Jordan passed." Circle,
"Sec. darling." said a mother to bcr
little lad as she pointed to some Lon
don waifs, "those poor little boys
have no kind father and mother and
no good Aunt Jane!"
"Oh," cried the son. who did not get
on well with his mother's sister, "lets
give them Aunt Jane!" Stray Stories.
Fault of the Recipe.
Mr. Recentmarrlc (who has plunged
spocu Into dish, preparatory to help
ing) lo the podding) Why. Mary. I feel
some hard, smooth, round things in
the dish. I wonder what they can be.
Mr ISc-cctmnrrle Why. they're
tbe egss. John. There are six. Just
as the recipe says. Chicago News.
Outward Signs and Tokens.
"Our new laundress seems aQIctcd
with melancholia. She certainly Is tbe
most doleful persou I ever came
"Yes. I have noticed she Is that
mournful she won't use any but sad
Irons." Baltimore American.
A Stop Order.
Maud Tom had me'mlk Into a pho
nograph so he can hear my voice while
Clara How lovely! And he can stop
the machine! Puck.
"You ought to see that boy of mine
"Like his dad. ch-Jnst a big kid."
TRY JUST ONE LOAF
of our dllght, toothsome bread and
well be very much surprised If you
ever bother with home baking again.
Why should you when you can get
such splendid bread from this bak
ery whenever you want It, at a
cost less than you could bake it
JOHN NICOLICH PROP.
Have You a Voice
Can you sing. You can get
Instruction In Voice, Piano,
Herbert E. Nixon, Studios
e Masonic Temple Building
If you have any furniture that
nleds repairing or upholstering, call
GUST C. HENDRICKS.
P. O. BOX 3147 PHONE L26
THE BANK OF BISBEE
OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN ARIZONA
CAPITAi; SURPLUS AND IWWVIDED PKOHTs"
W. H. BROPHY, President.
J. 8. DOUGLAS, Vice-President.
M. J. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier.
H. A. SCHWARTZ, Asat Cashier.
W. H. BROPHY,
J. 8. DOUGLAS,
L. D. RICKETTS,
M. J. CUNNINGHAM.
Small accounts are appreciated, and receive the same careful attention as larger ones.
Customers of this Bank are offered every facility consistent with prudent banking. New-
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Connecting with Logan& Bryan Private Wire System at Denver
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Special Attention Given to Copper Stocks
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L. C. SHATTUCK
L. J. OVERLOCK
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the minute we receive an order for
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that we can meet any requirement at
a moment's notice. Order your next
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delay on the Job. That accounts
a lot when the expense of Idlo
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roads are the fastest
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The American trainman
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Foreign railroad men carry no
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If ing railroad requirement.
fl'jj. The balance-vrheelof the HOWARD
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Every HOWARD is made and ad
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in its own case by the HOWARD watch
makers. The price of the HOWARD UUtJ
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printed price-tkicet attached.
We carry this distinctive watch mi
would Hkc to show it to you.
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f CLEAN ROOMS.
PRICES TO SUIT.
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Fresh Shipment of choc
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