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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1912.
! Tivtxxt TwonpAMrE1
Insurance B. Loans.
Bargains In homes on
Business Men's Pr'.cctive
Association Adopts Res
olution Thanking C Q.
for Stand on Wages
BEGINS NOVEMBER 21
Some days ago the Review mado
announcement ot the fact t!m the
Copper Qneeu mining: company hail,
after making an acurate canvajs
among lis employes, decided to at
once institute, the semi-monthly pay
day svtem. regarding of the fliliiK of
the wtltloa and regardless further,
whether or not the referred tawr- pars
ed at the coming election, Tho pay.
ment for October wREe for the Mil
month will be made Nov 9 and the
Reml-inonthly iiayments-neRlu Nov. 21.
' In appreciation of tuls decision v
the offlivals of the hip company, I"
Business Men's protective assoclatlt i.
at a special meeting Monday ovenlnj
adopted the following resolutions
Whereas The legislature tf tne
Ftate of Arizona, recogT-.izlnr; tl-e iw-ne-fiti
to r.ccrue to ihe busluess i.Uero.vs
au.l the workluK men of tlw Ulc
UicnKir. did enact at the srclnl fcs
siou of said Icplsia'.ure. in 1U !. sin act
known as Chipter ltO of th-j r
passed at such sess'on, commonly
Known as the 'Semi-Monthly' ray.
lay Act." ,
And, whereas: A petition contain
In? the required number of names has
been filed with the secretary or state,
to refer said act to a vot of the peo
ple, at the nest general election: the
effect or which petition, 1s to delay the
beneficial objects and purposes of
said law. as passed, and to deprive
the working men and the business In
terests of tho tene.lts thereof, during
Workingmen Favor Law
And. whereas The. Phelps-Dodge
company, a corporation, employing a
large number of workman, ha made
a eanvas3 of their employes, nud as
certained that a large majority favor
ed the said law as passed.
And, whereas. The Phelps-Dodge
company has voluntarily expressed Its
intention to recognize said law, as
fully operative, and to adopt the semi
monthly method of paying wages and
salaries In recognition of the desires
ot their employes, resardlesc of the
filing of said petition: and tbereby
manitc&ting a commendable regard for
the ights and wishes or their em
ployes, and the business men of this
Now. therefore, be It resolved by
the Bisbeo Business Men's Protective
association. In special meeting assem
bled, that 1t most heartily approves
such action, and desires to express
it'a most sincere thanks to the Phelps-
Dodge Company for adopting such
And, it Is further resolved that the
secretary' of the association Is hereby
Instructed to transmit Jo paid com
pany, a copy of these resolutions.
Bisbee Business Men's Protective
S. C. DODDS. President.
C. W RUTH. Secretary.
Prices Better at Close But
There Is No Indication
That Decline Has Been
SAGGING TENDENCY !
IN THE LOCAL LIST
BOSTON, October 30: In spite of
the sharp advance at the opening,
stocks were steadily supplied all day
and the whole list showed a further
reaction. Near the close prices wore
bid up but there Is no Indication that
the decline has permanently stopped.
The local list was quiet but had a
sagging tendency and any further
break in the New York market will
result In lower prices lor the coppers.
We believe In lightening accounts, and
sales on all rallies.
PAINE WEBBER &. CO.
Total sales New York 057,200.
Money 5 3-4 per cent.
CLOSING QUOTATIONS, Oct. 30.
(L J. Overlock)
' HAS GOOD RECORD
James Harrington, of Bisbee,
Takes Lease on Allen-Cas-tineda
Two Good Strikes.
SAMPLES OF ORE
TO C. Q. OFFICE
PATAGONIA. Arizona. Oct. 2S.
(Special Correspondcnl-Thc anuounce-
ment of an early resumption oi ulc
erations at the Mowry property near
the Duquesne In the I'atagonla dis
trict Is one of the most Important that
has come out of this section for some
time past. As soon as some financial
details in connection with the present
holders of the property, the Stelnfeldt
interests in Tucson, are arranged the
reopening of the property will begin
and from some parties here who work
ed In the Mowry In tho past it Is
said that much good shipping ore will
be taken out and sent to the sruelterd.
The Mowry has a past record ot be
ing a large shipper and it Is believed
that new ore bodies will be opened
that will give the mine a laige daily
James Harrington, of Bisbee, who a
short time ago took a lease on the
Allen-Casteneda property on the west
side of the Santa Ritas has commenc
ed shipping good ore to the El Paso
smelter. He expects to conUnue ship
ments right along and make a good
showing with the property.
Elephants Head Property
Reports of a good strike of silver
copper ore Is connrmea ny parues
coming In from the property owned
by the Elephants Head company,
atout 22 miles from Ratagonla. The
ore has widened out to a stretch ot
six feet and runs 8 per cent in cop
per and 42 ozs. In silver. Shipments
will be started to the El Paso smelter
as that company has made a contract
with the owners to take all of the
ore they can send out. A cross cut
In 10 feet on each side of the tunnel
still shows in the same grade of ore.
One of the rich strikes reported
this week was made on the property
ot J M. Hackett, owner of the Rosar
io group. The strike was made last
Tuesday and some of the rich ore was
brought to Patagonia by Sam FenwicH
n prominent mining man of Douglas.
The assays show the ore running from
r.nn tn lKitfi nnnrpo in sllvpr and 4 Deri
cent copper. Mr. Hackett Is making 'December H-0
The Greatest Bargain in the
4 ROOM cottage, good lot, well
fenced with shade and fruit trees,
. good chicken house and -yard, good
location. Part cash and balance
small monthly nayrients.
I GOOD building lot very close In..
Cheap for .cash.
T. A. HUGHES. Manager.
Bank ot Bisbee Bldg. Phone 190
Amalgamated 83 1-4
Anaconda 42 3-4
American Smelters S2
Brooklyn Rapid Transit S9
Baltimore and Ohio 105 3-S
Chesapeake and Ohio 80 3-4
Canadian Pacific 261
Erie 33 3-4
Great Northern 137 1-4
Interboro Common 19 7-S
Lehigh Valley 1731-2
Louisville and Nashville .... 157
Missouri Pacific 42
New York Central 114 1-2
Northern Pacific 1 23 7-8
Reading 169 7-8
Rock Island 24 7-S
Sugar ,- 1223-4
aieei uornuiuu m
Steel Pf'd 114
SL Paul 109 1-i
Southern Pacific 109 1-2
Union Pacific 169 3-S
December 51 '
arrangements to send down a ship- j
ment of his rich ore and then forward ,
from here by
express to the Selby lAdienture 6 5-S
WASHINGTON 30 Arizona has a
recorded production of Z 494,333.111
pounds of copper, or 21,33 per cent of
the total output of the United States
since mining began, acocrding to a re
port Issued today by the geological
In 1911 Arizona produced 303.292.
C32 pounds of blister copper, as com
pared with 297.250.538 iunds In 1910.
This is the largest output In the his
tory of the state and continues Ari
zona In first place among the cop
iper. producing states. She produced
27.63 per cent of the total output of
the country for 1911.
The steady output of copper from
Arizona began about 1875, though
thero was intermittent production prior
to that date, the earliest record of
people in San Francisco.
World's Fair Samples
Two large leather mail sacks hold
ing more than 200 pounds each of
rich ore samples taken from the low
er levels and winze of the World's
Fair mine were sent out from here
Monday to the main office of the Cop
per Queen From appearances and
weight of the sacks it looked as
though the men under Mr. Grebe ware
sendine out some "high grade" to-
the Bisbee office.
Attention in East
Dr. Y. II. Hartraeyer, an army sur
geon returning from a trip through
the east where he went to Interest
mining men returned to Patagonia
this week and reports that Patagonia
is getting herself talked about since
the opening of the 3-R mine by Mr.
Amster and says the big copper men
have already taken notice of the new
copier country and are sending their
test men here to get hold of good
copper ground. The doctor makes
the prediction that Its going to be
Wilson and 20 per cent copper before
ery long, as the present stock of the
metal throughout the large supplv
points Is very low and the shut down
of the smelters In Nevada and Utah
has taken a good deal of copper out
of the available supply.
Williams in Camp
Among the big men to visit tho
cwper'country this week was John S.
Williams, former prosecuting attorney
of Cochise county, of Bisbee and Mill
Kalrlee of Benson. These gentlemen
uroduction being for 1862.
Since 1880. tho growth ot the Indus-
ry has been steady and rapid. Nine have a Broup 0f g0od copper claims
copper smelting plants operated with. th n Rock cany0n section which
1n tho state during the year. tney are developing and will soon have
I In good shape to turn to a Michigan
company who are also heavily inter
ested In the Calumet and Arizona
There Is much activity in that pa-t
of the district and good reports con
tinue to .come from there.
Shipments for the week to the
smelters were: Three R 1200 tons,
Tom Fraeer, 68 tons. Duquesne lease,
ct, M-.U.V wi Vrnvfrtn't tie err!-l
T..?'ZiZ.Zr.-i . .-vot jii nootlj t lantern- v
TT?.?Lf.n .-, atom, rntevm IhaOrhU.
SpUMid l.t jri..on ro.t.clT
atEJndo,lau!MJ rtJet ' J'-u'y L
KONOOM src CO.. ImwKciti SSIna.
, Foundation of Heroism.
A light supper, a good night's sleep
and a fine morning have, often made
a hero ot the same man, who, by In
digestion, a restless night and a rainy
morning would have proved a coward.
Arizona Commercial 33S
Calumet and Hecla 545
Calumet and Arizona 76
Copper Range "4
East Butte 13
Greene Cananea 9 3-4
Glroux 4, 3-4
Indiana 14 1-2
Inspiration Consolidated 19 l-Z
Mason Valley 12 3-4
North Butte 32 7-S
North Lake 3
Old Colony 9
Old Dominion 59
Phelps Dodge 220
Ray Consolidated 213-8
Utah Copper 621-2
Utah Consolidated 111-4
Nevada Consolidated 211-1
Victoria 2 3-4
Wolverine ., "-
Butte Superior 44
Ahmeek ..' 333
B. and A. - 4
B. and L. CI
Bohemia " l-
Davis Daly - 21-4
Elenlta ax 21-2
Kerr Lake 24
Lucky Tiger 4--S
North Tigre 10
San Antonio '
S. W. Miami 6
GRUB STAKE MINE
SHOWING OP WELL
Aiisterlitz Is Working One
Hundred Men Taking
Out 50 Tons Daily
J. S. Scrlvner Is In Tucson from Oro
Blanco district where he Is engaged in
working some mins. From him the
Star learns that the Home Sake Min
ing company which has a bond and
option on the Gnib Stake mines Is
working thirty .men. The main tunnel
is In 3j0 reet. For the last thirty
days the entire tunnel has been In
ore, the average being from eight to
ten dollars has been placed on the
dump. They are cross cutting trow
the tunnel to the large mother vein
which is about 75 feet. Sixty feet
more will bring them to the mammoth
vein from which very rich cropping
arid very high values have been taken.
They are also sinking on the winza
over one hundred feet which Is in
The company has erected good
buildings and has purchased a mill
concentrator which will he in the
course of construction next month as
the ore appears to be almost In
exhanstable the greater part ot which
can be successfully converted Into
commercial values at good profit.
The Austerlltz is taking out fifty
tons daily, working over one hundred
men and the average value ot the ore
is fifty dollars per ton. They are
shipping fifty tons daily to Amado
. The Grand Junction Mining com
pany has a force of men working an
jts mine which is the extension oi
the Austerlltz. They are sinking with
a- view to- iberng an early shipper as
the ore is of high value. They arc.
down now In the main shaft seveuty
five feet and will soon cross cut the
vein of which the eroppings are tery
large. ' " '
Practical Has to Be Looked To,
A journalist talked recently with a
struggling .composer. He inquired
whether the words of the great mas
ters did not inspire the musician. The
musician granted, that they did. bat
that they do. not inspire confldeppe
In landlords when the rent was due.
an occasion fprwhfch it 'was well to
he prepared even If you had to play
cheap melodies 'to 'do It.
As modern men and women, liv
ing In a time of transition, ... I
hava drawn my cbarcters often vacil
lating, torn between new and old. Tht y
are compounded of past and present
opinions and standards, scraps of
books and newspaper cuttings, frag
ments of men, torn shreds ot holiday
altirs that now are rags, for this is
how the soul Itself is patched togeth
Ray Central 21-2
Ray Consolidated 211-2
Tonopah Belmont 9 3-S
West End 167
Wolverine ax .-. 73
Warrior bid .; S5
Baltimore Oil GO
Calumet Oil ax 37
OCT. 4, 1912.
TATl you ask for beer do not take a sub-
W tCJH stitute. Insist on having The Tann-
hauser Beer, the beer that is bottled at the
Brewery.) "Delivered to you at $3.50 per case.
If your grocer does not have it, call
Boston & Brown
Agents of the Copper City Brewing Co.
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 the
reorganization of the company by nay
log the assessment on their stock of
one cent per snare. Tne money can
ho nald ta Albert Dahlbent. stopping
at Victoria Hotel, Brewery Gulch.
Call on me between 3 and C p. m.
as I will be in during those hours, of
Bisbee or to Mr. Albert Heffern, Bos
392, Doutjlag, Ariwna within thirty
dava from date. The Gtock will not
be recognized unless this assessment
Is paid upon their stock whea the
company is reorjtaBized. Send money
by draft, postal or ejpress money or
der or reslstered mall. Advertise
ment. Yours respectfully,
755. ALBERT HEFFERN
Bisbee for... . -i
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