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THE BISBEE DAILY REV-TEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY MORNING . NOVEMBER 6, 1912
First Pictures of Greeks in Battle and of
Destruction by Them to Turk Fortifications
IN II RECORD
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Last Year's Prod' ;tion
Broke Previous Records
for High Marks by 17,-
'ALL METaTs" IMPROVE
WASHINGTON. Nov. S-rTho ear
1911 was one of prosperity for the cop
per Industry, both smelter .and re
finery outputs being the largest In Hs
history, according to a report Just Is
sued by.the United States Geological
Burvey. The average prlqe "of courier
"for 1911. was 12.5c a pound, slfthtly
below the nr'ce of llO. but near the
close ofthe year the price ndtanced,
the average of December bc'ng jnTlc
a pound. Metal-marko! condition"
continued to Improve till the average
price had risen. In July. 19(2, aTxv
17c a pound, the highest price slnt
the pahlc of 1907
1 The smelter production oi ?nor
In the United States In 1311 Yas f
097.232,'749 lbs, or SO pr eentpf?the
world's production, but while th? i ro
ductlon surpassed that of 1910 by
8,)93.317 lbs. the value of the" 1911
output was but $317,154,092, compared
with J137.1S0.2-.7 for 1910. The fol
lowing table shows the mine anl the
smelter output of nine leading copper
producing states and Alaska for 1911:
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contributed, to the copper production,
but the three leading states (Arizona.
Montana .and Michigan) produced
72 per cent of. the total output. Ari
zona produced more than 27 per cent
of ihVtoutnut for ths year, Montana
slightly less "than 23 per cent and
Michigan nearly 20 per cent Vtah
took fourth place, with an output of
nearly 13 per cent of the 1911 produc
tion. 'The six leading states In 1911
(Ai'.zona, .Montana. Michigan. Utah,
Nevada and California) produced
94.4 per cent of the output for that
J ear, and the same states have nro
iluced'tbe highest grade ore In 1911.
the average yield belny 19 77 per cent
of copper California was second
with 3.07 per cent Arizona was third,
with 357 per cent- and Montana was
t the top. Creek Infantry In action t
Cuiton. en the Cl?o-rujk'n
frontier; at the bottom, Torklth iron
tleref'tlcn after being demolished by
Tv- first pictures of the Greek sol
dier on tint Urlns Una have reacp
d America. They were taken on
-.he Uruecv-Turfclsh trontier, where
thtr hae been numerous bloody en
Bui.neatk. In tfcesb UghM the
iireel. time sliuwn remarkable valor
.mil nate ueeii un.turmly suixesstuu
'luK j.i tire Urek army t massintc on
in iruiilier. ttnilu out u snian por
liuu ui Um iacr.ua forces can be
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utr-.ek inlauiry u een m action i
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jurkiBii frontier station uhlch ilicy
A feu uars ago Urecce suffered
liumliiuiiiit; OeteMi ut the hands ot
Turkey Nun, upparenti). the tables
ur- to be lurnuJ. The Greeks are
rpurrid on by a bplrlt of mingled pa
liiotiym unit revenge and rhow no
iiuuiler to tlietr Turkish foes.
The Warren Indies' Aid will glvo
nn oyster supper anri bazaar in Cole
btr.ldlng. Warren, Thursday, Nov 7th.
fourth, 313 per cent
The report contains both a seologi
leal and a metallurgic classification
of copper depos-'ts, summarizies the
geologic occurrence of ores, briefly
discusses the conditions affecting pro-'
duction in the principal districts of
the country, and i;lves the tenor of.
Ihe ore from the chief producing dis
tricts. The report on the production
of copper for 1910 contained a may
showing all the principal copper pro
ducing districts of the Vnited States
nnd the location of the principal re
WHEN HE STUMBLES
THE SENSATIONAL SHOW OF AMERICA
Coming on Its Own Special R. R.
Train of 25 Double -Length Cars
X Will Exhibit At
&RREN, TUESDAY, NOV. 12
4 ' '- Two Performances, at 2- -8 P. M.
AL, G- BARNES5
ig 3 Ring Wild Animal
Revolver Falls from Hip
Pocket and Bullet En
ters Leg Below Hip
George Moore, a m'ner employed at
the Irish Mag shart, accidentally shot
himself last night about 11 o'clock
when he stumbled and fell near tho
Arizona Rar on Naco road. Moore
edently had the revolver in his
hip pocket and when he fell it dis
charged, the bullet Entering his leg
below the hip and penetrating tne
fleshy part of the leg.
Moore did not know that he was
shot until lie was picked up by Cap
tain John C. Greenway, who barely
missed running over him In his auto
mobile The captain stopped his car
and observing blood running down
the man's "leg made a hasty examina
tion, ascertaining that Moore had shot
himself. The man was sent to the
Calumet & Arizona hospital for treatment
LOWELL UNITED WINS
FROM GRAHAM COLTS
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Into Your House
You must drink, beer not only
made pure, but kept pure.
THE GREATEST KIDNEY REM
EDY ON EARTH' SAYS A
African Lions Ride Arabian Stallions
Groups of Savage Beasts
In Heart-Thrilling Acts
Herds of Elephants, Camels, Zebras, India Sacred
Cattle, Arctic Sea Lions
Cfl Por"es Dgs Apes, Goat, Merry IA
IOw Clowns and a host of novel features i.JJ
3 MILITARY BANDS 3
I want to tell jou how much good
your Swamp-Root did me. About four
years ago, 1 suffered from what the
doctors called fistula and for two
years of that lime I endured what
no tongiie can tell I also had inflam
mation of the bladder and I tned doc
tors' medicine without receiving any
help Someone told me about Dr. Kil
After giving It a thorough trial, I
received relief, so kept on using It
and today I am a strong and well
woman. If I ever feel badly or out or
sort?, I take Swamp-Root and it al
ways straightens me out I honestly
believe that this medicine would cure
all troubles you recommend It for and
It is a pleasure for me to send my
testimony and photograph to you. 1
think Dr Kilmer's Swamp-Root is one
of the greatest emdlcines on earth.
MRS. JOHN BAILEY,
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 12th day of July, 1909.
C. A. DENNETT.
Or. Kilmer & Co.,
Blnghamton, N. Y.
ginning Team Is Bound to
Be Reckoned with in the
Race for Gold Medals
The Lowell United soccer team
defeated the Graham Colts on War
ren field yesterday 'but It pulled
through by the skin of the members'
teeth, winning hi- a clngle goal. The
gamed roted conclusively that the
Graham Colts will Lava to be taken
into consideration by the older teams
of the league and that it will be in
the running for the sold medals.
The grnte discovered a new star
in the game. Ho Is Walt Johnson,
goal keeper for the Colts. He playea
a masterly game in dofending his
team's goal and it was through no
fault of his -that his learn did not '
earn a victory. There is no dispesi-
Lowell United, for it showed1 its usual
dependab'c strength. Barnes was the
scorer for the victorious team.
Richardson Plays Star Game.
Vic Richardson played the star
game In the back field though he had
a strong opponent In Held, on the
United team. Those of the Lowell
team who particularly distinguished
themselves were Crofce and MUchell,
and Johr.ion and White for the
Colts. Th gate receipts were satis
factory, indicating that tho game Is
gaining in fin or of the fans of the
Tho Morraci team will be in BIsbee
for two games during the Christmas
game proved conclusively that the
another on Christmas day.
Rugby will also ba played during
the Christmas holidays. The Rugby
men are practicing and a league will
be formed soon.
New Free Street Parade at 1 1 a. m.
-" RAIN OR SHINE
WARREN, TUESDAY, NOV. 12
; Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For
' Send to Dr. Kilmer h Co Blngham
ton, N. Y , for a sample bottle. It will
1 convince anyone. You will als receive
1 a booklet of valuable Information tlel
, Ing all about the kidneys and blad
ider. When writing, be cure and mea
! tion Tho BIsfccc Daily Review. Regular
' fifty cent and one dollar size bottles
for sale at all drug stores. Advertise
Diver Seized by Octopus.
A naval diver at Toulln was sud
denly attacked by a giant octopus
while under water In the harbor. He
gave tie hoisting signal and was
hauled to the surface, together with
the octopus, whose tentacles, said to
be 25 feet long, were wrapped around
him. The diver as unconscious. The
octopus held fast to the diver until It
was stabbed to death. It weighed 135
pounds, and the sucker? on Its tenta
cles were as big as half-dollar pieces.
One Family of 20,000,000.
The rapidity with which rats multt
ply Is the main reason why man ap
pears to make so little headway in
their destruction. It is calculated that
a single pair of rats and their progeny,
breeding without Interruption and
suffering no losses, would In three
years Increase to nore than 20,000,000.
Dead and Injured.
Scribble Did your borne paper give
your novel a notice? Scrabble I
ibould say so! Put It In under the
caption crimes rnl casualties.
FLAGGED TRAIN WITH SHIRT
Purity exceeds all other costs in
our brewery. We even filter the air in which
Schlitz is cooled. We scald every tub, keg and
barrel, every pipe and pump, every time wc use it.
Then, instead of putting pure beer in light glass
bottles we use Brown Bottles.
Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark glass gives
the best protection against light. The Brown Bottle pro
tects Schlitz purity from the brewery to your glass.
We began in a hut, sixty years ago. Today our agencies
dot the earth. Our output exceeds a million barrels a year.
More and more people each year are drinking Schlitz.
Why don't you, too, drink only pure beei Schlitz in
See that crown or cork
is branded "Schlitz."
Bisbee Beer Co.
That Made Milwaukee Fa
Insurance S. Loans. , ij
Real Estate Bargains In homes on
The Greatest Bargain in the
i ROOSI cottage, good lot, well
fenced with shade and fruit trees,
good chicken house and yard, .good
location. Part cash and balance
smalt monthly payments.
GOOD building lot very close in.
Cheap for cash.
T. A. HUGHES, Manager.
Bank of Bisbee Bldg. Phone 190
To give those who can only come to Bisbee late, an.
opportunity to inspect my beautiful line, my store,
opposite P. O, will remain open until 8:30 p. m.,
throughout November and December.
See window next to Bank of Bisbee for largest
diamond display ever shown in Arizona. Official
walch inspector for E. P S. W. R. R.
L. L. GIL MAN
Jeweler - and - Optician
Musical Director Orpheum
Violin and Piano
Studio - - Lockie House
107 School Hill. Telephone 42T
"There could be no better medicine
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
! My children were all sick with whoop-
Ing cough. One of them was In bod,
had a high fever and was coughing
up blood. Our doctor gave them
I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the
1 first dose cased them, and three bot
tles cured tnem." says Mrs. P. A. Don-
'aldson, of Lexington, Miss. For sale
by all Dealers. 33S
Tearlnc his shirt from his back an
Ohio man flagged a train and saved
it from a wreck, but H. T. Alston. Ra
leigh, N. C. once prevented a wreck
with Electric Blttera. "I was in a tcr.
rlble plight when I began to use
them," he writs, "my stomach, head,
back and kidneys were all b&ly af
fected and my liver was In bad con
dition, but fonr bottles ot Electric Bit
ters made me feel like a new man."
A trial will convince you of their
matchless merit for anr stomach,
liver or kldnsr trccM;. Fiice 60 centa
at aall druggists.
N calling- your attention to the fact that
we have a good bank which is a safe
place for you to put your money we
wish it understood that we are not say
ing anything against our competitors nor do we want
you to transfer your account from them to us while
you are getting the proper treatment but we want
especially the accounts of those who are not con
nected with any of the other banks of this City.
We want new business. H
4 per cent on time deposits.
Miners and Merchants Bank
The Conservative Bank
ADVERTISE IN THE REVIEW
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