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THE KISBfiE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1912
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The Woman Makes the Home
She makes it best who, looking
after the culinary department,
turns her back resolutely upon
unhealthful, or even suspicious,
food accessories. She is econom
ical; she knows that true economy
does not consist in the use of
inferior meat, flour, or baking
powder. She is an earnest advo
cate of home made, home baked
food, and has proved the truth of
the statements of the experts that
the best cooking in the world
today is done with Royal Baking
Copper Group Strongest
Feature on Continued
Strength of Red
SELLING IS UNSETTLED
FELIX" GOMFS NEXT
to Produce One of Best
Comedy Pieces Written
The Chapman-Moale company will
preterit tonight for the first time In'
the city, one of the greatest farce
comedies ever written, "What Hap
pened to Felix" A roof-raising riot
of rip-roaring comedy. The plot Is
well laid and the comedy rich and
wholesome. Will Chapman will han
dle the title role of Felix, his record ',
as a farce comedy actor Is so weilj
established in this city that future
comment is not necessary. Miss Be
atrice Meade will be seen In one of
her best character roles, an Irish
biddy, and a classy specialty. But
Hadley has a plcaBing role. Miss
McHigb p.nd Miss Iters Hoye both
have good comedy n.les Jim For
man who has been very sick will not
appear until Sunday when the great
rcenlc production of "The Barrier"
The K C. benefit on last Monday
night was an overwhelming success,
the house being filled to capacity.
Mir. Thomas Fltzpatrlck made a de
cided hit with the clever singing of
Kathleen Mavourneen The I O.
Moose have a benefit next Monday
night and the Westeru Federation of
Miners on next Friday.
10 PHOENIX TO
BE MADE PASSABLE
Work Will Be Done on High-
way Between Tucson
Posnsy thinks she has found anoth
er Stevenson in Craig, the quarterback
an last year's fresbm.vi team.
That the road between Tucson and
Florence will be in condition for use
by those who leave Illsbce on the
proposed sociability run to the state
fair in Phoenix Is the advice re
ceived by Secretary- Joe Gray, of the
Commercial club. At the request of
the good roads committee of the
club, he wrote to the board of con
trol last week, and yesterday received
word that the requests made had been
acted upon. It will thus be possible
for thoso going from Bisbee and Doug
las to follow the now road from Tuc
son nest, Instead of going by the
way of Red Rock
The following letter was received
at the office of the Commercial club
Joseph H Gray,
Secretary Warren District Commer
cial Club, Bisbee, Ariz.:
Answering yours of October 12:
there has been some work done on
tile road retueen Florence and Phoe
nix, and between Tucson and Flar
ence, and I am. forwarding your let
ter to Mr. Sims. Superintendent of
the prison, with request that such
work be done as will make It possible
for you to make the sociability run
without encountering serious difficul
ties. CHARLES R. OSBURN,
BOSTON, Oct. 15. The wild sell
ing movement of the past few davs,
due to the Balkan war movement, hav
ing subsided, the market opened
stronger today, and continued fairly
active and strong up to within half
an hour of the close, when a wave of
realizing came which carried prices
below the high mark of the day. Tl e
copper group was the strongest fea
ture, on the continued strength of the
metal, there having been export buy
ing of metal at 17 3-4, which was near
the top of the present advance in
metal, notwithstanding the heavy de
cline In warrants abroad the past
few days. We look for an unsettled
market for the next few days, pending
more definite trend of the situation,
but believe we have seen the worst
of the decline on the war scare.
Total sales New York G22.C00.
Monoy 4 1-4 per cent.
PAINE, WEBBER & CO.
CLOSING QUOTATIONS , Oct. 13
(L. J. Overlook-)
American Smelters S5
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 90
Baltimore and Ohio 107
Chesapeake and Ohio S2
Canadian Pacific 2C5
Great Northern 139
Interboro Common 21
Lehigh Valley 176
Louisville and Nashville 160
Missouri Pacific 44
New York Central 115
Northern Pacific 126
Rock Island 26
Steel Common 77
Steel Pfd 114
St. Paul Ill
Southern Pacific 110
Union Pacific 171
Closed like a Dair of drawers.
No seam, buttons or opening in the crotch.
, Perfectly smootn, . ciasuc, comiortaDie.
No binding, bunching or chafing. The
White Cat Union Suit
with Posed Crotch
is the first really comfortable
union suit You will never know
real underwear satisfaction till
you try it Come and let us
show it to you.
Schwartz Bros. Co.,
THE SAFE PLACE MAIN STREET
December 52 5-3
Calumet and Hecla
Calumet and Arizona
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B. and L. ...'.......
B. and A. ...... J.. .
Cactus . . . .
Denn bid .'.........
Davis Daly ...-.-. .? ,..
Kerr Lake ...
Lucky Tiger ....'.
North Tiger .'J i.
S. Wi Miami it
Ray Central bid ,.j.
West End -
Warren ... ......
Baltimore Oil ax
Calumet Oil ax
Prospects for Rich Future at
Mine in Globe District
OTHER MINING NEWS
GLOBE. Oct. 15. September ship
ments of the Iron Cap mine to the
Old Dominion smelter consisted of
five cars of ore averaging 7 per cent
copper, 48 per ceat Iron and 21 per
cent in soluble Two cars have been
shipped this month, and the third It
The east drift on the 650-fooj. level
has had ore for the last eighty feet.
The vein Is reported to average live
feet wide, and th average width of
the ore Is from two to three feet. A
slope has been started, and Is now
about 20 feet long and two sets high.
The east drift on the 800-foot level
is In 35 feet. About 18 men are employed.
Work in the shaft has been discon
tinued at the 'Arizona Commercial,
pending the erection of the surface
The steel head frame Is up. and the
hoist and a toiler Installed. The
hoist will be operated with steam un
til the electrical 'equipment arrives
There are fifteen men employed.
Development of the claims of the
Sleeping Beauty Copper company has
been resumed, and four men are now
employed at the property, which con
sists of four claims In the Sleeping
Beauty mountains, nine miles north
west of Globe.
It is planned to resume sinking of
the 20 foot shaft on the limestone
porphyry contact, and to drive the 200
foot tunnel CO feet to cross-cut several
Wade Sotel (Is manager, and he
says he believes the propspects are
very good for developing ore.
Irene Mine Busy
J. A. Fleming its employing eleven
men at the Irene mine, two miles
north of Globe.
A station is being cut In the tun
nel, 420 feet In from the portal, and
a gasoline hoist will be Installed for
the sinking of a winze . The two
miles of road ,to the property is fin
ished. September Output Big
The September production of the
Old Dominion smelter was about 2,
204,000 pounds of fino copper
Recent developments on the six
teenth level have been very favorabl-
and have demonstrated the continua
tion of the east ore body to that
depth. A crosscut from the foot wall
drift has passed trough eight feet of
ore that will average 12 per cent cop
per, and Is now breasted in lean vein
matter carrying, considerable pyrite
The hanging wall has not yet been
reached, and it Is believed that the
chances are very good for cutting more
ore with this crosscut The ore thuB
far exposed is reported to be of bet
ter grade and width than was found
above this point on the fourteenth
level, and the prospects of developing
a large body of good ore on this level
arc considered excellent
IHE HEART BREAKERS
Bold Young Men Show
Strong Points by Kissing
Any Old Girl
"The Heart Breakers" the most re
cent of musical comedy hits from the
Princess Theater, Chicago, headed by
George Damerel, late of "Merry Wid
ow" fame and a company of fifty will
be seen at tho Orpheum Theater on
Saturday, Oct. 19. The story of the
"Heart Breakers" deals with the ad
ventures of a band of bold young
blades, whose avowed purpose in life
Is the kissing of girls, whether they
aro married, single or engaged. At
this delicate are these ambitious
youths are adepts, and they are well
versed between the nice distinctions
of the kiss caressing and the kiss cont
passlonate and the peck conjugal.
They progress debonairly on their mad
oscillatory conquest until they atr
tempt to exercise, their fatal fascina
tions upon an Ingenious maiden, who
In the play Is known as the "girl"
played by Miss Myrtle Vail. This al
luring young lassie has been brought
up by her father In Ignorance of mas
culine attention. The reason of this
is that her mother ran away with one
of the "Heart Breakers" fifteen years
ago. Her father finds out that the
"Heart Breakers" aro after bis daugb
ter and be takes her to his castle fn
tho Adirondaclcal Here the different
members of the club arrive in the
different disguises of servants In tht
castle. The "master," Mr. George Dara
arel, succeeds In capturing the yottl;
lady's heart, and himself falls desper.
atelr In love with her. He sees how
futile are the plan of the members of
the organization, and forswears his
.vows and eventually marries the 'girl"
Men's and Boys'
At Prices that are- no-doubt the great
est values we have ever offered
We do not want to mislead or misrepresent this sale
to any of our many customers for it is not our new
fall styles for 1912 and 1913, but consists of the suits
of last fall and of our stock two years back. Although
we will say that there is not a suit in the entire lot that
is not worth more than double the price we are asking.
You no doubt are wearing a suit to work that you b ought some three or four
years ago, it was at that time a stylish suit and you paid $15.00 to $25.00 for it,
and you say it is plenty good for work but is just a bout worn out, then why not
take advantage of this s ale today for these bargains will not last long. The ma
terial in every suit is of the same quality that you are buying now for much
more, but in order to clean our entire stock we ha ve offered these suits at prices
that wil' move them all, remember the first in are the first served.
Boys' long pants suits: sizes 11 to 15
years, regular prices $6.00 to $11.00.
To-make a long tale short-
CHOICE $4.00 CHOICE
Men's Suits consisting of cheviots and
worsteds, sizes range from 34 to 38 also
one size 41, regular prices $10.00 to
$20.00. While they I ast t
CHOICE $7.50 CHOICE.
Last Shipment of Concord Grapes
We will receive our last shipment of Concord Grapes for this season, Thursday,
Oct. 16th., for delivery Friday morning. This is not only the last shipment but
the best, that is, in quality and weight, for jelly there is none better.
Basket 50c 8 lbs. to the Basket
Fisk Sncll, leasees of the famous
Black Warrior mine near Miami, have
started to ship copper silicate ore to
the Old Dominion smelter, and it Is
expected that regular shipments of
ore average 7 per cent copper will
be maintained from now on.
This mine Is credited with a produc
tion of about 15.000,000 pounds of cop
per and there is lots of ore left on
nil the levels that could not be ship
ped on a 12 to 14 cent copper market
hut which can bo mined at a good
profit at the present prices for the
The ore is coming from the 100,
200, 250 and 300 foot levels. About
twenty men are employed.-, Henry
Snell is superintendent and W. G.
Webber, assayer and mining engineer.
If you have young children you
havo perhaps noticed that disorders
of the stomach are their most com
mon ailment. To correct thlf you
will find Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets excellent. They are
easy and pleasant to take, and mild
and gentle In effect. For sale by all
dealers. Adr. 727
thus breaking up the club. Many com
plications and funny situations ensue
during the two acts. Manager Sinser
has tried to make this one of the most
attractive of his man7 musical hits.
There aro many musical hits such as
"Your Eves. Your Smile and You
The Tale of the Bashful BumbU
Bee." "My Honolulu Honey Lou," and
"Somewhere She's Flirting with Some
one." Order your scats now at the boc
THE YOUNG BUSINESS MAN
' who needs and wants a per
sonal identity in his banking,
' ' and the interest and co-oper-ation
of his bankers vx the '
success of his business, will
" v" ' find courteous, attentive ser-
(V '".Myfce m exchange for his ac-
count with this bank.
4 per cent On Savings
THE BANK OF BISBEE
J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio, used the boy's cold was gone. Is
purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's that not better than to pay a five dol-
Cough Remedy for his boy. who ha'd lar doctor's bill? For sale by all
a cold, and before the bottle was all dealers. Adv. 727
Fir st Arizona State Fair, Phoenix October 28 to November 2.