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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBfiE. ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, OC TOBER 8, 1912
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Elks Report Good Progress
in Preliminaries for Af
fair to Clair Off Debt
from Their Home
At no meeting of the Elks Burn
tho Mortgage Bazaar committee has
greater progress been reported than
at that held Sunday morning, when
the booths committee announced the
list of ladies whom they dcelre to
take char&c of the parlous booth.
This list the secrotary of the com
mittee deems best, not to give- out at
present, until he has received accept
ances from them. In addition to thte
announcements, other excellent re
ports ero received and other neces
sary committees were named.
As tho time for the opening of tho
Elks' Bazaar draws nearer, there is
greater, rather than less, interest and
enthusiasm being displaed by the
committee, and among all of the mem
bers there is a growing feeling of
confidence that a big success is to
be pulled off.
Ladies' Committees Complete
The selection of the ladles ttho
will have charge of the various
booths was an imiortant part of the
work, and these selections have been
made early enough for those headd
to select their assistance. The com
mittee will furnish a list of volun
teers, and each department head may
select from these, as well as from her
list of friends whom she may bo ablo
to Interest in the work with her.
A special committee, to take charge
of the bullding.of booths, as planned
by the booth committee already ap
pointed, was named Sunday. The old
committee has decided what booths
there will be and may be expectej
to furnish the designs and the loca
tions, but there is other work, such
as obtaining material and the con
struction work, that will fall upon the
new committee, of which Emil Marks
is the head.
Boosters to Go to Douglas
Another committee was appointed
to go to Douglas Thursday evening
and interest the members of the
Douglas lodge in the project. Of this
committee J- H Gray was made chjii--man,
and he has added Percy Wilsoii
and W. E. Evans, a fourth to be se
lected, to make the trip in the Elks'
h. A. Hagy was up from Cananea.
and told the committee of the interest
being displayed there. He said that
enough donations would be made to
stock one booth, and the matter of
having a Cananea booth is being con
sidered. Donations are being obtained rap
idly by the committee which has that
matterln hand, and there can be no
doubt that there will be a greater dis
play of attractive goods when Novem
ber 12 arrives than was shown at any
previous undertaking of local Elks.
The difficulty that confronts the com
mute is where to place all of the at
tractions which it is desired to com
bine in the one big affair
Practical!) every committee had Its
report rcad Si.nda, and tatli n i o-i
showed an extellcnt tluu of i rtpareil
There's no need of It SxAJ alltUc K
don's the original and cnulaa C atrrhal
Jdlr up tbo notrll& ltkaoottuu; neat ny prop
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kondon arc CO, Ulaaaaaans, Kim.
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If yoi: hove ,ncv. r triedrfhiscoffee you are missing
the est that there ii in an exhilarating beverage.
'XATfa&'ffi yu as fr foQer d not take a sub
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If You Want to Vote .Register Before
Resolutions Aonlaud Minlne
and Railroad Companies
for Adopting Pay Days
The Business Men's Protective As
sociation held a sjciat ineoUng latt
night at Its rooms in the Jfuheim
building for the purpee of receiving
report of 'committees that arranged
the ibhi meeting or Saturday night,
and lor other business.
A committee was appointed, with C
V. Allen as chairman, to coutur witn
the Warren District Commercial club
on tho commission form of municipal
The teUewlnlg resolutions were
"Whereas the Legtelature of the
State of Artcena recognlin the
benefits to aecru to the business in
terests and worklngweu of the sttie
therefrom, did enaot at the special
session of said Legislature in 1913, an
act known as Chapter 110 or the laws
parsed at said seeaiett, whih Is com
monly known as the "Semi-Monthly
Pay Day Act,"
And whereas, a petition containing
the requisite number of names has
been filed with tho Secretary of State
to refer said Act to a vote of the peo
ple, at the next general election, Uie
effect of which petition is to defeat
the beneficial objects and purposes
tor which said law was passed, and
to deprUo working men and the bunl
neso interests of the benefits thereof,
dcring tho interim,
"And, whereas, the Calumet ail
Arizona Mining company, the Sliat-
tuck-Arizona Mining company and ue
w arren-BIscee railway company.
have, notwithstanding the tiling of
such petition, voluntarily adopted the
system of semi-monthly pay clays for
all employes of said companies, thua
manilestlng a commendable regard for
the welfare of their employes, and
the business men of this district,
"Now, therefore, be it resolved tha;
the Blsbee Business Men's Protective
Association does hereby cxpeross its
hearty approval of the said action of
tho companies above named.
And bo it further resolved, that tne
secretary of this association be and
he is hereby di.ccted to furnish eai.li
of the said companies with an attest
ed copy hereof.
Copper Queen Superintend
ent Takes 75 Men to
' The raise ftoeam and foramen of
tho Copier Queen Mining company,
to the, ntmber of seventy -live, vera
given a unique outing Sunday by Cap
tain Jos. Hodgson, Copper Queen
mine superintendent, who has ia tro
ll u red several progressive ideas along
the line of improvement and co-opem-Uon
since he assumed the suyeria-
tendency or tho Copper Qneea niln-?s
' several months ago.
, The tosses were taken to Douglas
on the mornini; train down, and
bown the srueker and reverbcratc-y
. of the company, and given detailed
I explanations regarding their workmen
I Mining and smelting are of course
two different departments of the min
irp: industry, fit Captain Hodgson
'e!s that a certain degree of knowl
edge about the smelting end of the
mainess will be benoficial as well as
interesting to the mine boeees. a be-
t iipf that ib concurred In by the lat
ter 1 he ijossea were the guests of Cap
ta'n Hodgson and the company at
li.neh at the Gadsden hotel at Doug
las, and returned to Blsbee on the af
tc noon train As an ouUng of pleas
ure and instruction the affair was
' thoroughly enjoyed by the mine
THE ' PURE FOOD
Bo st on &, Bro wn
Agents of the Copper City Brewing Co.
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Whole List of Shares Prob
ably Will .Broaden into
Heavy Trading at
BOSTON, Oct ".The principal
acthity in the local market today
was confined again largely to North
Butte and East Butte. The buying
of North Butte was the most conn-
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,Q 16 x . one ,'nterest taM 5O0
shares. Granby, which has been
quietly accumulated of late, moved
quietly on a large amount of buying.
Itango was also in good demand. Al
together, we consider It the best mar
ket for coppers we have had on this
move, and think the whole list proba
bly will broaden gradually into heavy
trading at higher prices.
Total sales iXew York 437,100. Met
al 17 7-S to 18.
PAINE. WEBBER & CO.
CLOSING QUOTATIONS, Oct. 7
(L. J. Overlook)
American Smelters S7 7-S
Atchison .. 110 34
Brooklyn Itapld Transit .. 91
Baltimore and Ohio ...... 109
Chesapeake and Ohio 83 3-1
Canadian Pacific 2"
Great Northern 1C41 1-S
lntertoro ..,. 21 1-S
Lehigh Valley i 17711-4
Missouri Pacific 453-8
New York Central 117 1-4
Northern Pacific 129 5-S
Beading ....; 174 7-S
Jtoefc Island 281-2
Sugar 12 i
Steel Common 78 7-8
Steel Pfd 1157-8
St. Paul 113
Southern Pacific 112 7-8
Union Pacific ..' 1737-8
May 95 3-1
December 53 1-S
May ,.- 523-S
Arizona Commercial 4i-4
Centennial : 211-2
Oaluraet and Hecla , 600
Calumet and Arizona 821-2
Copper Range 60 1-1
East Butte 16 3-8
Frank 8 1-4
Granby 63 3-4
Greene Cananea 11
Glrom 44 -S
Indiana 14 14
Inspiration Consolidated 19 34
Miami 29 3-1
Mohawk 68 3-4
Mayflower 12 3-1
Mason Valley 12 3-1
Northe Butte 371-4
North Lake 4
Old Colony 9
Old Dominion 6334
Osceola ,. 116
Phelps Dodge 221
Ray Consolidated 2234
Shannon 15 3-1
Utah Consolidated 121-1
Nevada Consolidated 23
Wolverine 4 79
Butte Superior 49
Saginaw t. 51-2
(Ahmeek .- 350
B. and U ,1 47
B. and A '. 5
Donn bid ..v 61-2
Davis Daly 214
J2Ienita as 21-2
Kerr Lake 234
Lucky Tiger 4 1-2
North Tiger 11
SUVXAJ . . . . .T.
San Antonio ..
S. W. Miami .
Ray Central bid
Tonopah Belmont 10
Wost End 170
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C. Q. Employes' Body Issues
Bulletin Showing Sur
plus of $26,094.86
There Is a surplus of 126.094.86 In
the Copper Queen Employes Benefit
association, according to Bulletin 32.
which has just been issued. The bul
letin covers the business of the asso
ciation up to August 31, for eight
months, and contains many interest
ing points to the public as well 13
to members of the association.
For deaths the association paid a
total of $8,033.73, and for accident
benefits, Jjl7.967.72, while among us
sick members was distributed a total
of 132,562.06. The total expenses of
the association amounted to $l,329.s3.
Accidents and Sickness
Seventy-six members filed claims
for accidents during August at RW
bee, the total amounting to $1,542.30.
At Douglas there were claims filed
by sixteen against the same fund, re
quiring $408.89. The sick claims for
Blsbee for the month amounted to
$1,162.27, coming from twenty-four
members, and for Douglas $105.01, by
A vote was taken by the organiza
tion on tho subject of reorganizing,
and adopting a new constitution and
by-laws to conform to the new state
law. and eighty per cent of the mem
bership voted in favor of such re
organization, there being but ten dls
This organization continues to flour
ish, and is conceded to be one of the
best organizations of its character in
Wolvcrino ax S3
Chemung ax 6
Baltimore Oil ax 85
Calumet Oil ax 40
Returns by Inningr. of the world's
champion base ball series will be re
ceived at the Legal Tender, Lowell.
To the Stockholders of the
Heffern 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 exchange
their stock, share for share, in tha
reorganization of the company by pay
Ing the assessment on their stock of
one cent per share. The money can
be paid to Albert Dahlberg, stopping
at Victoria Hotel, Brewery Gulch.
Call on me between 3 and 6 p. Bi
as I will be In during those hours, of
Blsbee or to Mr. Albert Heffern, Bos
392, Doujjlas, Arizona within thirty
days from date. The slock will not
be recognized nnless this assessment
Is paid upon their stock when the
conmSny is Teorgapizd. Send'ntoney
by draft, postal or express money or
der or registered mail. Advertise
ment Yours respectfully,
755. ALBERT HEFFERN
MINERAL APPLICATION NO. 016804
Mineral Application No. 016804
United States Lana OOlce, rhoenlx,
Arizona, Aug. 29, 1312. Notice Is
hereby given that James M. Howlett,
whose poatofflce address is Kelvin.
Arizona, has mado application for pat
ent to the American lodq claim.
Mineral Survey No. 2851, situated ap
proximately In Tp. 23, S. H. 21 E. U.
& S. R. B. & M., Warren Mining Dis
trict, CochUe County, Arizona, de
scribed as follows: Beginning at Cor.
No. 1 whence U. S. M. M. No. 4 War
ren Mining District brs. N. 46 des,
26 mln. W. 3231.6 ft, thenco N. 74 deg.
30 mln. B. 300.4 ft. to Cor. ,No. 2.
thevce S. 32 deg. 06 mln. E. 82.7 ft.
to Cor. No. 3, thence S. 86 deg. 45
mln. W. 328.6 fL to Cor. No. 4, thence
N. 32 deg. 06 mla. W. 10 ft. to Cor.
No. 1 the place of the beginning. The
location notice of tho American claim
is recorded in the Recorder's ofllco of
Cochise County, Arizona, In Boole 32
at page 557. Adjoining claims are
Virginia lode Sur. No. 1347 on the
north; Ormcnd lode Sur. No. 1393 on
the east and Baton Rouge lode Sur.
No. 1398 on the south. Area in con
flict with Virginia lode Survey No.
1347 amounting to 0.033 acres is ex
pressly excluded from this application.
FRANK H. PARKER,
Date of First Publication September 1,
IN THE JUSTICE COURT
Pretlnct No. 28, County of Cochise,
State of Arizona.
Johnson and Matzell, a co-partnership.
W. F. Glenn. Defendant
Action brought In tho Justice Court
of Precinct No. 28 In and for tho
County of Cochise, in the State of
In the Name of the State of Arizona.
To W. F. Glenn Defendant, Greet
Ing: You are Hereby Summoned and re
quired to appear in an action brought
against you by t- above named
plaintiffs In tho Justice Court, of Pre
cinct No. 28 in and Tor the County of
Cochise, in the State of Arizona, and
answer to the Complaint filed In said
Justice Court, at Lowell In said Coun
ty, within flvp days exclusive of the
day of service after the service upon
you of this Summons, it served with
in this Precinct, but if served without
this Precinct, but within tho County,
ten days; if served out of the County,
fifteen days; In all other cases, twenty
days, or Judgment by default will be
rendered against you.
Given under my hand at Lowell
Ariz., this 6th. day of September, A.
GEO. R. SMITH,
Justice of the Peace of said Pre
IN THE JUSTICE COURT
No. 2 Precinct, County of Cochise,
State of Arizona.
Phelps, Dodge Mercantile CC,
W. F. Glenn,
Action brought in the Justice Court
of No. 2 Precinct, in and for the
County of Cochise, in the State of
In the name of the State of Arizona:
To W. F. Glens, defendant. Greeting:
You are hereby summered and re
quired to appear In an actio., bought
against rou by the bove UiJe
plaintiff in the Justice Court of No. 2
Precinct, la and for the Coun
ty of Cochise, In the State of
Arizona, and answer to the complaint
filed in said Justice Court, at Blsbee,
in said County, within five days ex
clusive of the day of service, after
the service upon you of this Sum
mons if served within this Precinct;
but if served without this Precinct,
bnt within tho County, ten days; If
served out of the County, fifteen days;
in all other eases, twenty days, or
judgment will be taken against you.
Given under my hand at Blsbee
this 9th day of Sept, 1912.
M. C. HIGH,
Justice of the Peace of said Precinct
Eyes Examined and Gluses Stted
for All RefracUTo Errors and Mus
Dr. F. D. Rockefeller
Registered by Examination Lv
New York, Minnesota and Arizona
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