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THE BISREE DAILY REVIEW, BISREE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13, 1912.
Ouiput of Various
BUTTE SMELTER PRODUCTION.
December Output Increase 3,500,000 Pounds; Years Total 3,300,000
BOSTON During the month of December the combined production of
the Washoe, Great Kails and Kast Uutle copper smelters amounted to 24.
400,000 pounds, which compares w 'Mi 20.94&.51.S pounds In December, 1910.
Kast llutte production was slightly in oxcess of t.OOO.Oflo jiounds; North
Unite ,2.100,000 pound; Tuolumne 200,000 jwunds.
We compare total Ilmto production for 12 months of 1911 with two
previous year, as iollons: .
1911 " 1110 1909
January ' 21,000,000 2U.1SS.025 " 20,393,047
Petiruary 20.ano.Om 5l.061.24T 2.r..r.cO,90,J
March 21,900.000 22.S11.74C 27.028,720
Apjll -l,:.00,0i0 24.S92.15l 2C,l22,riSJ
May 22,100,00" 24.810,S'3 20.CG5.9C2
lune 21.SS0.Oml 23.253.US1 23.594.T.3:!
July , shrdluu 2277,903 25,:!CG.47l
August 22.5C0.00O 22,909.721 2G.139.50S
September - 21,300.100 21.CCC.170 23il7,701
October 21,400.000 21.C12.21 2C,21C.7CS
November - 24JK10.000 21.273,44r, 25.9G1.948
December . 24.400,000 20,91S,fil8 lC,4l3,S8r.
. Totat 2l.Sr2.100 267.872.37.". 291.902.C63
Up to the time William A. Clark's Tlutte properties were purchased In
' June. 1910, his 1910 output had tottled i0,G19,2G5 pounds against 18.G24,
779 for the whole of 1909.
'Production of Washoe and Great Falls smelters In detail for 12
months cornpares as follows (in pounds):
,1911 Washoe Great Falls Total
January ISJViO.OOO f,,r,0.000 21.C0O0O0
February 14.S00.00O . 0,1 00,000 20,900,000
March 1S,300,0(,' G.400,000 21,900.000
April 14.200.000 7.300.00(1 21.COO.000
May 1 ci 00.000 o.ooo.oon 22,100.000
June, 16,700,000 Cir.0.000 21,S.'iO,000
July 15.030,000 6,002,000 21.052.0CO
August ' 16,000,000 6,500,000 22,100,000
September 1C.900.1U00 .",,100,000 21.300.100
October 1C.000.000 5.400,000 21.400.00U
November 16.20,000 6.S50.000 23,050.000
December 15.S00.OCt 7.C00.000 23,400.000
Anaconda officials announce tha' hereafter only total figures for the
two smelters will be published, as there is n0 longer any segregation Ir
shipments of ore. Diversion of shipments is governed by conditions at the
RECORD COPPER MOVEMENT IN 19H.
BOSTON In 1911, for the first time in tho history of the copper in
dustry. United States exports and iniiorts of the metal amounted to
1,000.000,000 pounds. Exports were 7C5.442.002 pounds and imports 272.
884,308 a grand total for the international movement of 1,03S,286,310
International movement of the metal for the past three years has been
as follows: (iounds):
1911 1910 1909
Exports 7G5.442.002 695.1O7.04S 182,846.72'!
Imports 272.844,30 259,210,769 240,713,721
Totals l,038,2S6,31O 954,317,S42 923.560,447
As a result of the low prices prevailing during mid-year the average
export price of copper for 1911 was the lowest, at 12.3S cents a pound, for
many years. This compares with 12.7:1 cents in 1910 and 18.63 cents and
18.64 cents in 1906 and 1907 respectively. Average export prices during
retent years haie been as follows:
19" 1238c 1910 ... ., 1279
1909 13.23 1908 13.20
1907 18.64c 190G 1S.G3
1905 15.08 1904 14.3G
CALUMET &. ARIZONA.
BOSTON The December output of the Calumet &. Arizona smelter
amounted to 4.4S6.000 pounds of blister copper, against 4,390,000 in No
The December and 12 months' output compares with previous vears
as follows (in tons):
19U 1910 1909 190S
December 2.243 2,03 2,152 3,313
12 months 25,197 27,352 26,084 27049
COPPER RANGE CONSOLIDATED.
BOSTON The actual outputs ol the Baltic, Champion and Trimount-
aii mining companies for December and 12 months, ii: tons of mineral,
compare as follows
1911 1910 1909 1908 1907 1306
December 1,055 1.045 1.11S 1,074 1002 906
12'nos, 12,323 13.G30 13,704 12.C3C 12,015 10,046
1911 1910 1909 190S 1907 190G
December 1.036 1,193 1,224 1,152 935 1,118
32 mos 13,043 14.379 13,927 13.291 12,278 11,265
1911 1910 1909 190S 1907 190G
December 4S0 107 407 3SS. ' 511 C87
12 mos 5.332 4,664 4,565 4,814 6,365 8,10'i
J .Combined output of the three mines compares as follows (in tons):
f 1911 1910 1909 190S 1907 190o
December 2.551 2,645 2.730 2.5C0 2.44S 2 71 J
12 mos 30,998 32,673 22.196 30.741 30,656 29,41!
, Shannon Copper.
BOSTON The Shannon Copper Co. reports output for December as
1,256,000 pounds blister copper Ve make comparison as follows (in
1911 1910 1I09 " 1908
December .. ..1,256.000 1,290,00'. 1498,000 1,464 000
12 mos 14.771,812 17,02 , 0 H) 17,722,000 17,935'oOU
GOLD HD SILVER PRODUCT IK
ARIZONA BQTrl SHOW INCREASE
Yellow Metal Gain is There, but not so great as in the
White New Equipment is added to Mining Proper
ties during year 1910.
W WASHINGTON, Jan 11 The
j;old production in Arizona in 1911
increased slightly and the silver out
put considerably over the yield of
1H10. according to V. C lleikes ot
the United States geological survey
The greater production of gold was
attributable to tho mining of siliceous
lead ores and" copper-lead ores, a3
the total gold output from copper
ores remained abont the some as In
1310. The principal producers of si
liceous gold ores were the Tom Reed,
Oold Road. North Star, Tiger, Con
gress and Vulture mines, in Mohave.
Yuma, Yavapai ana Maricopa coun
ties. There is promise of an in
creased output from the dry placers
near Quattzslte In Yuma county, and
from the vicinity of Greaterville, in
Cochise county. Placer mining was
revived on Frisco river, in the Clif-ton-Morenci
district of Greenlee
county. The dredges In iavopal couit
ty. on Lynx creek, and near Kirk
land were not successfully operated.
Two dredging plants of the suction
type were erected on Colorado river,
one in Arizona and the other near
Pahrean, Utah. Both plants are said
to he operating and producing.
The increased output of silver de
pends mainly on the Increased pro
duction of copper and lead ores. AH
the old copper producers at Bisbee,
Clifton, Globe and Jerome main
tained an output, (which combined,
made nearly the same yield of ore
an In 1910. The mines of the Consolidated-Arizona
and the two new
producers, the Miami and Ray, Iarge-
f ly made up for the idleness of the
i Imperial and the curtailed output of'
several other properties. However.
there was a large increase in lead
output and a somewhat larger zinc,
production, due to the greater yield
I of lead ore in the Warren district of '
i Cochise count) and the zinc and lead
1 ores of Mohave county. The largest
I silver producers of recent years have
leen the Commonwealth and Tomb-
I ttone mines. The output of both dira-
' Inshed In 1911. The Common-i
wealth is in the hands of nw owners J
" and the Tombstone Is worked by
, New Plants Imtalled i
Near Paradise a 100-ton concentra-'
; tor mill was started In November.
ine zo-stamp amalgamation and cya-'
nidation mill built in 1910 at the Vul
j ture mine, in Maricopa county, has
I been In successful ODeration. Nnir
frmtll equipment was ordered for the I
Big Blue mine and the Monarch l
mini lhA Intfnv htirlni l.n Ml!
' - ""fr. '-"-i. IM'C
three years. The Tom Reed and
I Gold Road mines, in Mohave county, t
produce gold bearing ore, which Is,
treated in cyanide plants. The for-
mer averagen nearly oo,i)uu in gold
per month from the operation of its
20-stamp mill in 1911, and tho latter.
with a better grade of ore than for
merly, averaged nearly tho same
amount from tho treatment of about
COO tons daily. In the Union Pass
district, the Frisco mill, recently,
built, provides for fine grinding and
Two other gold mills, the Gold'
Crown and IUith, were opened Jn
Todd Basin the Oro Plata mill Is un
der construction. Tho now owners or
the Southern Belle mine. In Pinal
county, have ordered a 100-ton mill
Tho Huebsbl mine, on Santa Cruz
river, in Santa Cruz count j, was re
cently equipped Willi a tube miiDMinU
cyanide plant. J.are bodies of low
grade ore are reported to exist in
this mine. The Congress mine and
mill, In Yawipai count, were closed
after being operated the first three
months of 1911 At the Monica and
Kincon gold mines preiiarations wero
made to operate. The Tif,er mine am'
mill, near Crown King, were oper
ated stcadib, producing gtld bullion
and icad concentrates. Grading was
commenced for tho cyanide mill on
the Venezia mine, in Crook canyon,
in Yuma county the Saffcrd I.an
mill, nJr Vickshurg, was in regular
operation, and also the Nonli Star,
According to the preliminary fig
ures prepared by the director of the
mln.t which do not include statistics
of exiiorts, the production of gold In
Arizona in 1911 was valued at $2,
954,790, and that of silver was 1,594,
42i fine ounces, allied at $S76,93C
Final figures for J910 gave for Ari
zona $3,413,200 worth of gold and
2,fi55,700 lino ounces of silver, valued
1 Chickens aro laying Tor TOVKHA'S
GROUND nONK. For sale at the Tov
rea markets.- 290.
The declaration r Manager Mr;
Graw that he intends to stand pat on
the present limiup of the Giants;
should set at rest the rumor that
"Red" Murray is to be given the gate.
Sacramento has signed a left-hander
named Kohner, a former Santa
Clara college pitcher. If he makes
Rood In the Pacific Coast league he
will he sent to the Boston Red Sox.
The Pittsburgh Pirates paid $22.
EOO for Pitcher Marty o'Toole and
$27.30 for Pitcher Hcndrix. The $27.
50 was paid in railroad fare for Hen
drix from Kansas to Pittsburgh.
It is said Charley Schmidt, the De
troit catcher, will control the Fort
Smith, Ark., club, and Bill Shipley,
the old Washington player, will take
the Springfield franchise in the new
Jim Magee, a brother of Sherwood
Magee, the Quaker slugger, will ho
given a trial by the St. Louis Browns
next srring. Young Magee was a
steit hitter In the New England
league last season.
With Falkenberg and Hlgglnboth
am on their pitching staff, the Toledo
club has the tallest pair of headers
in the American association. Falken
berg is six feet four inches in height, j
wniie mgginuotnam is an men
The Washington team will train at
Charlotteville, Va. Four Boston teams
won championships after working out
at Thomas Jefferson's old home which
fact should boost the Senators In the
betting from 7 to 1 to 7 to 2.
Mike Murphy will be some busy 1
this year. Besides his duties as ath
letic trainer at the Unniversity of
Pennsylvania he will train the Phil-1
adelphia Nationals and also the Amer-1
lean team which will, compete in the!
Olympic games In Sweden next June, j
Manager Fred Lake, of tho Province
team, has done quite a lot of hot
footing during his 22 years in base
ball. Starting his career on the dia
mond at Moncton. New Brunswick, in
1S90, Fred moved up to the Boston
Nationals In 1S91. After quitting
Boston he was with Milwaukee and
Providence in 1892, Wilkes-Barre,
1S93-4; Toronto, 1S93; Kansas City,
1S9C; Boston Nationals, 1897. Syra
cuse, 189S, Manchester, 1899: Lowell,
1901: Nashua and Lynn. 1903: Little
Rock, 1906, Boston American, 1908;
Boston Nationals, 1910 St Louis
Americans 1911 and Proidence, 1912.
For House Winn
Our representative will call if you telephone num
ber ONE-NINE-SEVEN and make a request.
He will give you an exact estimate of the expense
necessary to wire your house complete for the use
of electricity, and will explain the relative cost to
operate the different types of incandescent lamps now
Do not hesitate to ask for figures-no harm done if
you do not order the work done.
If a consumer of electricity you need be to no ex
pense for lamps, since we give 4, 8, 16 or 32 candle
power carbon filament lamps in exchange for old
Bisbee Improvement Co.
I WILL GIVE 41000
If ! Fall To Cure Any CAKCER I Treat
i utiofe 11 ruuuna ULLr or ai iMv.nL 10 sunt
' No Knlf3 or Paln-Ko Pay Until Cured
I will eicelanj other Dr. liringcr forfeit $1000
ro X-Ray swindle. I ab
Any TIMOR. HUH or
&OKE on the LIP. FACH
or body tix months Is
CINC1R. Tbfy Htver
rala until list stare.
lM-PACE BOOK sent
free with testimonials
of thousands cured
after oihers had tailed.
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AlWAYS BECINS a small LUMP LIKE THIS and ALWAYS '
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10 LABOR FOR Fl
Darrow Says Details of
Spending $200 Will
LOS ANGLES. Jan. 12 Clar
ence Darrow, leading counsel for
the McNamaras at the time the two
brothers pleaded guilty, and were
sentenced to San Quentin, is pre
paring a report showing how he
spent the $200,000 turned over to
him by union labor officials for the
defense of the dynamiters.
Just how this account is to be
itemized Darrow will not say. He
will gie no Inkling at the present
time as to how the money was
spent. He refuses to say how much
of the big fund was used for de
tective hire. In his own words he
Is "accountable to the union labor
officials for the money spent and
not to the newspapers."
Darrow is passing the winter at
Venice, having taken apartments
with his family in the Moctezuma
Seated in his apartments, yester
day afternoon, Darrow guarded dis
cussed the defense fund, the com
ing county grand jury Investigation,
and the admissions that Clancy is
3aid to have made before the fed
eral grand jury recently.
According to dispatches from
Washington the McNaraara defense
fund committee Is expected to make
a full report to the executive coun
cil of the American Federation of
Labor, which begins Its sessions in
the national copitol today However,
If this report is made It will con
tain nothing further than the simple
statement, it is said, that approxi
mately $200,000 of the fund was
turned over to Darrow. Further than
that tho committee cannot go as
Darrow says ho will not forward his
report of expenditures for several
"How much money did you act
ually handle in the McNamara
case?'' Darrow was asked yester
day. "About $200,000," was the reply.
"How much of this money went
for detective hire; that is, in a
lump sum? ' Darrow was asked.
"I can't go Into that," replied the
attorney. Then he made his state
ment about not being accountable
to anyone except the union labor
officials who raised the money He
then took a turn at querying
"Do you know how much money
the state spent" he inquired.
A guess was entured that the
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J. B. Neal, Prcs . C F. Elliott.
Secy, and Trcas. mine located
1 1-2 miles west of Dragoon,
Arizona, oilers for sale 10,000
shares of private stock in blocks
of 10 to 1000 shares 30c Blocks
of less than 10O 7r.c. Par value
$10. per fchare Address J. B.
Neal, General Deliver, Bisbee,
When a King Is III.
And there Is this curious psycho
logical fact to be remembered: A seri
ous Illness or a death advertises the
doctor exactly as a hanging advertises
the barrister who defended the per
son hanged. Suppose, for example, a
rojal personage sets something wrong
v.ith hta throat, or has a pain In his
inside. If a doctor effects somo
trumpery cure with a wet compress
or a peppermint lozenge nobody takes
tho least notice of him. But it he
operates on the throat and kills the
patient, or extirpates an internal or
gan and keeps the whole nation pal
pitating for days while the patient
hovers in pain and fever between life
and death, his fortune Is made. Ev
ery rich man who omits to call him in
when the samo symptoms appear in
Ms household is held not to have dono
his utmost duty to the patient. The
wonder is that there is a king or
queen left alive in Europe G. B.
Shaw. "The Doctor's Dilemma "
Dictionary Offer is unex
ceptional William J Burns' National detective
agency and the county must havo
spent at least $130,000.
"They must have spent a large
sum," said CDarrow, musingly
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Now Comes the New State and
Now Comes the New Beer
It is a product of Arizona and it is named TANNHAU
SER. It is sold at all grocery stores for J0c per qt.
or ( qts for $1.00, 2-1 quarts for $3.50, For any in
formation obout Tannhauser Beer, address
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PHONE 243 Bisbee, Arizona
Wben the man
hands y o u a
The Home of Arizonans
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COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
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Special $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner From 5;30 to 8 p. m.
Regular 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY P0PPEN, Manager
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pot. A first class place to stop
when in Bisbee. Your patronage
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Paso & Southwestern east bound
train for EI Poso, leaving Hachita at
11.30 a. m.. Mountain Time, and
with west bound train for Douglas
and Bisbee, leaving Hachita at 11:59
a. m.. Mountain Time.
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Traffic Manager, Clifton, Arizona.
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