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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1912
li G1PA II
Marshal Overlook C: serves
Jail Board High and'
Refuses to Take
Them in Custody
WORD SENT SECRETLY
TUCSON, Oct. 4. Tbtrty members
of Campajs old command are camped
about thirty miles southwest of Tuc
eon. Thts information was broasht
to United States Marshal Overtook
Monday iy one oX them who tried to
hldehls Identity but -who made a dla-mel-tfailure
The followers of Campa seat word
to the general that they were In the
neighborhood -of Tucson 'out It Is not
believed they are thinking of making
a raid on the jail in order to release
their former commander.
"Come down to th Orndroff lu M
'and I will tell you something of in
terest," said a mysterious stranger to
the United States marshal.
. The man appeared to have some
thing serious on his mind that was
hurting him and he wanted to tell the
United States marshal and relievo
his conscience, lie didn't want to
tell at the office of the marshal for
fear his secret message mlsht be
It' Isn't far to the hotel from the
office of the marshal so Mr. Ovcrlocfe
went down and heard the deep secret
of state the ex-Campa follower had
"Within thirty miles of tnte city
there are thirty members of the band
of General Campa. the noted rebel
pleader," whispered the mysterious
stranger. "They are encamped in a
safet placo and no one hut myself can
lead you to them. They can be easily
captured. I will show you."
4 The mysterious stranger' then sten
ped back and looked through his up
per eye glasses and upper eyt-i-rows
'.at the marshal. Ke waited to hear
"AH right," remarked Marshal Oir
Iock. How many guns and horv?
Walked Into City
'Wone, they have no horses and no
arms. They walked li from Mexico."
"I'm afraid I can't do anything for
your thirty ex-rebeis." remarked the
marshal in an unsympathetic tone.
"We have about all of the lnsurrecto
friends of General Campa now on
hand that we care to feed. Hoard s
'high now and I think these men will
have to hustle for their own living.
AVe can't go out and 'capture' them
and bring them in and feed them
-They have done nothing against this
government and until they do I can't
furnish' them board and room.
PROJECTED IN EAST
Road Will Be Known as
Ohio River and North
ern Is Coal Feeder
PITTSBURG, Oct. 4. It was an
nounced at the offices of the Vander
bilt lines that plans are completed
'and right of way obtained for a new
.railroad to connect Pittsburg and
Cleveland. It will be known as the
Ohio Blver and Northwestern.
The road will be owned jointly by
.the Erie and the Crucible Steel com
pany of America, and its construction
means the VandcrbilU are preparing
to give the Pennsylvania railroad a
fight for the great tonage In the new
manufacturing district opened up in
the Ohio valley south and west of
The road will go through Midland,
Pa., where the Crucible Steel com
pany Is erecting an J8.0OO.00O steel
plant and modern city.
HAS RECORD MONTH
September Sets New Pace
Showing $5,000 Increase
PHOENIX, Oct 4. The month of
September was another record break
er for the Corporation commission.
When the layman goes to the state
Capitol and sees all the men and wo
men that are working In tne Commis
sion's offices, he often wonders what
they all do. But when the results
of their work Is shown he no longer
wonders at the labor.
Under the new incorporating law
passed by the last session of the
Arizona State Legislature, every do
mestic corporation is required t- pay
a registration fee of $15 and a luing
fee of $5. This makes a total f all
domestic corporations of J20 i. h,
which they contribute to the suppo
of Arizona. Foreign corporations pay
an additional $16 as a license fee
This makes the foreign corporation'
tax amoant to $35.
The Commis&ion received on the
last day of September, the large
amount of $2,500 through the mail.
The total for the month was slightly
tinder $16,000. This is an increase
over the month of August of approxi
mately $5,000 in revenue. Yesterday
the Commission was In receipt of
some one hundred and fifty letters
which contained checks. When the
amount of work is considered that is
necessary to attend to this amount of
correspondence, in the way of answer-
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Paine, Webber Co. Says the
Upward Movement Has
Only Just Now
WILL GO STEADILY ON
BOSTON, Oct. tAfter the ox
tended rise t the last few days, it
was only natural to expect profit tak
ing, and a healthy reaction. Stocks
were freely supplied In both market
today. The upward movement has
only Just commenced, especially Jn
the coppers,-and will go steauiiy on.
In spite of profit taking days Hko
Total sales New York 792,300. Cop
por metal IS cents.
PAINE. WEBBE & CO.
CLOSING QUOTATIONS, Oct. 4
(L. J. Ovcrlock)
Anaconda 40 3-4
American Smelters S7 1-2
Brooklyn Rapid Transit SI
Baltimore and Ohio 109
Chesapeake and Ohio S4 3-8
Canadian Pacific 27C1-2
Great Northern 140 1-S
Interboro Common 21
Lehigh Valley 1751-S
Ixmlsvllle and Nashville 1C2 7-S
"Missouri Pacific 4" 1-S
New York Central 117 1-4
Northern Pacific 12S7-3
Vteadlng 174 7-8
Bock Island 2S1-4
Steel Common 791-2
Steel PW U53-1
St- Paul 1123-S
Southern Pacific 174 3-S
Union Pacific -" 1743-S
Adventure ' . . ?
Arizona Commercial --. 4
Calumet and Hecla COO
Calumet and Arizona S2
Copper Range 69
East Butte .? 13
Granby : 59
Greene. Cananea 10
Hancock , 27
Helvetia .;-t ...... 100
Inspiration Consolidated 19
Lasalle ; C
Mason Valley 12
North Butto as 3J
North Lake 4
Old Colony ..." 9
Old Dominion 03
Phelps Dodge 221
Ray Consolidated 23
Shattuck .' 29
'Utah Copper Co
Utah Consolidated 12
Nevada Consolidated 22
Butte Superior 49
B. and I 4S
13. and A. .., 4
Den bid 6
Davis Daly 44
Elenlta ax 2
Kerr Lake 2
Lucky Tiger 4
North Tiger 11
San Antonio 3
S. W, Miami fi
Ray Central bid 2
Tonopah Belmont 9
West End 1C2
Warren - 5
Warrior bid 95
"Wolverine ax S5
Chemung ax 5
Baltimore Oil ax 85
Calumet Oil ax 39
DEMAND FOR COPPER
NEW YORK, Oct. 4 Europe's de
mand for copper metal remains un
satisfied, numerous inquiries being re
ceived from abroad for additional
large amounts of the metal.
So far a very good business has
been transacted and in some quarters
an ndvance In the price is expected
within the next day or two. Some
producers report having made heavy
sales for December dolirery.
Domestic consumers are not show
ing much interest In the market to
day, taking only moderate amounts.
Ing every letter and mailing receipts
to each remitter, it Is not strange that
the Commission's office is about the
busiest In the state Capitol.
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M MINES IN
Chief and Oro Blanco Prop
erties' in Pima County Are
BONDS ARE TAKEN
A bond amounting to about $80,
000 has been taken on the Chief
group of twelve claims In the Pata
gonia district by George p. Hosier
and associates of Kansas City, Mo.
The claims arc in the Patagonia dis
trict, and are owned by Bracey Cnr
lis of Nogales and K. E. Bethell of
The Chief group comprises one of
the most promising properties in the
Patagonia district. It adjoins the
World's Fair mine, and Is upon a con
tinuation of the wonderfully rich vein
which has made that property famous.
Hosier says. It was formerly bonded
to Douglas people, hut about a year
ago the bond was allowed to lapse.
Several hundred feet of develop
ment work has been done In the past.
Some of the ore takon out has run
as hlzh as 250 In silver to the ton.
This Is not believed to be the World's I Inp and Refining company's Hay
fair vein by the new owners, how- jen plant, and before the first of
EEl f'Lth1dLP,C11"i,,tfc year the smelter will be ready
It is the Intention
of the new owners to run a tunnel
for about 500 feet. This, they be
lieve, will cut the vein they are look
ing for at a vertical depth of bet
tween 300 and 350 feeL The former
owners bad about 100 feet of tunnel
ing done in tbis direction, and thi3
will be continued.
Mine Proven One ,
The Chief is situated between and
adjoining the World's Fair and
Three R properties. The latter was
sold last spring to N. L. Amster and
arssociates, of Boston, for the sum
of $545,000. This is a proven mine,
and is now shipping at tho rate of
two cars of ore daily to the Copper
Queen smelter in Douglas.
One of the busiest mining regions
of southern Arizona Is the Oro
Blanco district of Pima county, in
which a. score or more of large and
small properties are being operated
Ragnoros Group Bonded
Through a Denver firm, Ellis Mac
Bougall has just bonded the Rag
noros group of claims, adjoining the
Austcrlitz mine, for $50,000 Mac-
Dougall has taken cjiarse of the Rag-
FiMU rk the Wort
K f j RELIABLE 0
Have you considered wha. the use
Range would mea.i to
It is built especially to enable economy in the prepara
tion of food for the table. At the same time the
.women of the family will secure comfort in the sum
mer and convenience the year around . V
Come in and look over our line of
Development of Globe Prop
erty Continues at Rate of
One Mile a Month
GLOBE. Ariz.. Oct. 4. Insplra.
lion Consolidated is employing over
COO men In and around the mines
and contractors under McArthur
Brothers are employing about 250
men In railroad construction.
Development of the Inspiration
mine continues at -the rate of near
ly a mllo a month and a new in
clined shaft has ben started which
will connect with the Inspiration
tunnel and will, bo used for lower
ing men and i timbers below tho
tunnel loveL Tho tunnel will be
the means of Ingress and egress
for the miners and all supplies
used in the mines.
Live Oak Sinkino.
At the Live Oak mine, sinking
of No. 1 shaft pontlnues. and the
shaft la now about 580 feet deop.
At No. 2 shaft drifts are being
driven east and west on the 570
foot level. The cast drift will con
nect with No. 1 shaft, over 2000
feet distant. Tho widening of the
sulphide tunnel has been finished
for over 575 feet from tho portal.
Two blast furnaces are shortly to
be Installed at tho American Smelt-
to treat custom ores.
Christmas Is Booming.
Mining at Christmas haB been
given an Impetus since the Artioaa
Eastern company begaj to survey
for an extension of tho Phoenix &
East an; toad from 1U present tor-
minus right up to tho Saddle Moun
tain property. The owners of the
Saddle Mountain are constantly
adding to the force employed and
noros properties, and has commenced
work on them.
The old "Oro property, three miles
south of tho Austerlitz, Is being op
erated by a New York man named
Williams, who Is working a force of
men In developing an ore body.
At the group of Tatum and McKen
zie, two and one-half miles south of
the Montana mine, fifteen men are
being worked, and the property is
said to have a showing of good ore.
Ten men are being worked at the
Montana mine, a lead-silver-zinc
pronertv of much tiromise. and this
force is to be Increased shortly.
Do You Cook?
With a Gas Range, Cooking is
a relaxation never a drudge
You will find ccst
and terms for ap
pliances and pip-
& ing reasonable.
ASK FOR AN
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Insurance & Loans.
Real Estate. Bargains In homes on
FOR SALE 5 Room house in Upper
Lowell on largo lot Price $525.00.
Cash $100.00. Bal. $23.00 per mo.
FOR SALE 3 room cottage with
modern conveniences. Large lot and
good improvements. $200.00 cash,
balance small monthly payments.
FOR RALE Modern five room bunga
low with all modern conveniences
In good location, almost new, at a
bargnln price. Part cash nnd bal
ance small, monthly payments.
T. A, HUGES, Manager.
Bank of Blsbee Hldg. Phono 190
To the Stockholders of the
Ileffern Mining & De
who have not paid In their assess
ment, who hold stock not transferred
In their name, who have loaned
money on stock, etc., can exchango
their ftock, share for share. In tha
reorganization of the company by pay
ing the assessment on their stock of
one cent per sbare. The money can
be nald to Albert Dahlberg. stopping
at Victoria Hotel, Brewery Gulch.
Call on me between 3 and C p. m.,
as I will be In during those hours, of
Blsbee or to Mr. Albert Heffern, Box
392. Douglas, Arizona within thirty
days from date. The stock will not
be recocnized unless this assessment
is paid upon their stock when the
company Is reorganized. Send money
by draft, postal or express money or
der or registered mall. Advertise
ment. Yours respectfully,
755. ALBERT HEFFERN
the reserves of ore. are being in
creased dally. By the time the ex
tension Is completed, which will
be about the first of next year, the
Saddle Mountain will be in shape
to produce a large tonnage for
shipping. The dally shipments will
average between 500 and 1000 tons.
of a modern Gas
i n xtftgf, item' n iniw ' ""'' '' 'WwpiiiiM'WMMHiI
Insuring private Cup.
To insure tho owner of' a. nrli-ntn
sbavini; cud kent in a hnrhpr shnn
that he is Its only user there has been
invented a paper cap to cover it,
which cannot bo removed without
breaking a seal.
C. F. CURRY, Secretary of State.
J. HOESCH, Deputy.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
Department of State
I, C. F. CURRY, Secretary of State
of the State of California, do hereby
certify that I have carefully com
pared the annexed copy of Articles
ot Incorporation of BALTIMORE OIL
COMPANY with the certified copy
of the original now on flit- in my or
fice, and that, the samo is a correct
transcript therefrom, and of the
whole thereof. Also that tills authen
tication Is in due form and by the
Witness my hand and the Great
Seal of State, at oitico in Sacramento,
California, the 23rd day of June, A
(Great Seal of the Stato of California)
C. F. CURRY.
Secretary of State.
By J. HOESCH. Deputy.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
BALTfMORE OIL COMPANY
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS: That we, the undersigned, a major
ity of whom are citizens and rest-
dents of the State ot California, have
this day voluntarily associated our
selves together for the purpose of
forming a Corporation under the laws
ot the State ot California.
AND WE HEREBY CERTIFY:
FIRST: That the name of said
corporation shall bo "Baltimore OH
SECOND: That tho purposes for
which It Is formed are:
A. To make contracts;
B. To acquire franchises, purchase,
lease, bond and operate or other
wise own, exchange, sell, or other
wise dispose of, purchase, mort.
gago and deal. In gas works and
gas plants Dor the manufacture,,
storage and distribution of natural
Of manufactured gas; to buy and
sell natural or manufactured gas
cither wholesale or , retail; to
manufacture gas from coal, oil or
other material or substance.
C To purchase. lease, or in anyoth
er manner acquire, prospect, oper
ate and develop oil and gas land;
to purchase, lease, build, own, and
operate oil refineries and deal in
the products and by-products there
of; D. To own, lease or otherwise ac
quire and hold real estate and wa
ter rights in connection with, in
cident to, and necessary for, the
proper operation, conduct and man
agement of Its business.
E. To own, control, buy and sell, and
otherwise acquire, handle or dispose
of. its own capital stock and that of
other corporations, and to vote any
stock owned by It the same as a nat
ural person might or could do;
F. To deal In all kinds of fixtures, ap
pliances and apparatus for tho manu-
iacture and storage, transportation
and sale of gas and oil and the by
G. To own, lease, and otherwise ac
quire rights and franchises for the
construction and operation of ga3
plants and gas works and oil re
II. To issue bonds, notes, debent
ures and other evidences of Indebt
edness and to secure the payment
of the samo by mortgage, deed of
trust, or otnerwlse;
I. To act as agent in the purchase.
sale or operation of natural or man
ufactured gas plants, oil refineries.
gas and oil lands and leases:
J. To borrow and loan money as
may be necessary for the proper
management of Its business;
K. To do a general "Iectrical, con
struction and heating business In all
its branches; to establish electrical
supply houses and repair shops for
tnc manufacture or an electrical
machinery, supplies, switch-boards
and electrical appliances of
every kind and nature to build and
operate electric lighting heat
ing and power plants; to
construct and operate electric light
lines, conduits for heating, light.
Ing, and other wires, and for any
other nurrosc whatsoever in tho
furtherance of the business of this
corporation, and all equipment
therefor, and to manufacture, build.
construct, maintain and operate
furnace oven3, kilns. cre
matories, r.nd all kinds of electric
and magnetic machinery and sup
plies and to apply electric and oth
er power to manufacturing plants:
to construct, maintain, imprest
control supenlntend any private
roads. Including private, railroads,
bridges, reservoirs, flumes aquo
ducts, canals, pipe, conduit, water
courses, hydraulic works, factories.
warehouses, and other works and
conveniences, which may be
directly by conducive to any
of the objects of the Com-'
pany; Including steam plants, wa-
ter power plants, electric plants
for power, heating and lighting,
and all necessary sites, terminals,
and appurtenances thereto, nnd to
store, transport and convey and
sell water and water power, steam
and steam power, electric light
heat and iower;
L. And to buy and sell machinery
and supplies, hardware and other
machinery, tools and fixtures, ap
pliances of every kind and nature,
materials and constituent parts
thereof, household goods, dry goods.
clothing furnishings, provisions,
notions, and goods, wares and mer
chandise of every kind, class, var
iety and description;
M. To acquire, own. sell. hold. Im
prove and otherwise deal In real
estate and personal property;
N. To acquire by purchase pr other.
wis from any person, firm or cor.
poration, property rights, privileges
O. To acquire, own, handle and con
trol lettera patent, copyrights, ami
P. To do a general real eBtate. com
mission and brokerage business In
all Its branches, to purchase, lease,
option, locate, or othenviso acquire,
own, exchange, sell or dispose of,
pledge, mortgage, hypothecate and
deal In, form lands, timber lands,
townsltes, city property, lands' and
dwellings of all kinds, and to In
clude any realty or personal prop
Q. To acquire and deal with water
and water rights, saw-mill and saw
mill rights; to locate, enter upon,
take, preempt, or acquire In an
other lawful manner any of tha
public domain of the United States
or any foreign country;
R. To locate1, hold, acquire, pur
chase, or otherwise, reservoir sites,
and to erect, construct,, , main
tain and dispose ot reservoirs or
any rights therein or thereunder,
and to sell and distribute water for
Irrigating, mining, domestic or oth.
S. To do an engineering and con
struction business In all its branch
es; to make contracts for cngln.
eerlng and constructing, to enter
into, perform and carry out the
same;- to build, repair, furnish, im
prove, decorate, design, construct,
raise, extend, remove, alter, or oth
erwise engage in any work upon
buildings of every description and
kind, Ifc-idgfcs, tjmnels, laductii
mines, water tanks, canals, or any
othe excavation, wharves. Tilers,
machines and mechanical contriv
ances of all kinds and descriptions;
to deal in stone, stone quarries,
brick, brick, kilns, timber, lumber.
Iron, and any other building ma
terial whatsoever In any State.
Territory or foreign country;
T. And in general to do and per.
form such acts and things and
transact such business not incon
sistent with the spirit and purposes
of its articles, or In violation of
the laws of any State or Territory
in the United States as tho Board
of Directors may deem to the ad
vantage of the corporation.
THIRD: That the place where
tho principal business of said corpor
ation is to be transacted is Los An
geles, in the County ot Los Angeles,
State ot California.
FOURTH: That tho term for
which corporation Is to exist is fifty
years from and after the date of Its
FIFTH: That tho numbers of di
rectors or trustees of said corpora
tion shall be five and that the names
and residences of tho directors or
trustees who are appointed for the
first year and to serve until the elec
tion and qualification ot such offlceis
aro as follows, to-wlt:
NAMES WHOSE RESIDENCE IS AT
F. L. A. Hamilton, Los Angeles. Cal.
J. W. Wallace, Los Angeles, Cal.
Nathan Landsburg, Ocean Park, Cal.
Warren Wallace, Los Angeles, Cal.
C. L. Cooper. San Gabriel, Cal.
SIXTH: That the amount of the
capital stock of said corporation is
Ono Million Dollars and the number
of shares into which it is divided is
One Million of the par value of Ono
Said Ono Million shares shall be di
vided into four hundred thousand pre
ferred shares and six hundred thou
sand common shares.
THAT THE PREFERENCE TOT BE
GRANTED SAID PREFERRED
SHARES IS AS FOLLOWS:
THE CERTIFICATES EVIDENC
ING SAID PREFERRED SHARES
SHALL CONTAIN THE CONTRACT
OF THIS CORPORATION WHERE
IN AND WHEREBY THIS CORPOR
ATION AGREES TO REPAY" TO
THE HOLDERS THEREOF THE
AMOUNT PAID TO THIS CORPOR
ATION THEREFOR BY THE ORIG
INAL PURCHASER THEREOF
FROM THIS CORPORATION, AT
ANY TIME AFTER TWO YEARS
FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE
FROM THIS CORPORATION AND
BEFORE THREE YEARS FROM
THE DATE OF SAID ORIGINAL
PURCHASE, WITH INTEREST ON
SAID AMOUNT OF ORIGINAL PUR
CHASE AT TEN PER CENT .PER
ANNUM FROM THE DATE OF SAID
ORIGINAL PURCHASE PROVIDED
THE HOLDERS THEREOF SHALL
ELECT TO RECErVB SAID SUM.
SEVENTH: That the amount ot
said capital stock which ha3 been
actually subscribed is Three Hundred
Dollars and the following Tare the
names of the persons by whom tha
same has been subscribed, to-wlt:
NASIES OF NO. OF
SUBSCRIBERS: SHARES: AMOUNT
F. I A. Hamilton CO $G0.00
J. W. Wallace CO $00.00
Nathan Landsburg CO j 60.00
Warren Wallace ?0 IC0.00
C. Ii. Cooper CO $60.00
IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have
hereunto set our hands and seals
this 20th day ot Juno A. D. 1910.
F. U A. HAMILTON (Seal.)
J. W. "WALLACE (SeaJ.)
NATHAN LANDSBURG (Seal.)
WARREN WALLACE (Seal.)
C. L. COOPER (Seal.)
State of California, )
County of Los Angeles. )
On this 20th day of June, A. D.
1D10, before me, Frank C. Collier, a
Notary Public In and for said Coon
ty, residing therein-, duly Commis
sioned and sworn, personally ap
peared F. L. A. Hamilton. J. W. Wal
lace, Nathan Landsburg, Warren Wal
lace, and C. L. Cooper, known to me
to be the persons whose names arc
subscribed to the foregoing instru
ment and they duly acknowledged tQ
me that they executed the same.
WITNESS Mr HAND AND OFFI
FRANK C. COLLIER,
Notary Public in and for the County
ot Los Angeles, Stato of California.
States of California, )
County of Los Angeles. )
I, C O. Keyes, County Clerk of tho
County of Los Angeles, State of Cal
ifornia, do hereby certify the within
to be a full, true and correct copy of
Articles of Incorporation of "Balti
more Oil Company" as remains on
die in this office.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I havo
hereunto set my hand and affixed w
official seal this 21st day ot June A.
(SEAL.) "C. 'G. KTCYES,
By W. C. WATSON,
Deputy Clerk. '