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Advertisements under thtt head at th rate of 1 cent per word for
each issue with a minimum charge of 25 cent. Advertisements mus
reach The Review office not 'later than C p. m. for Insertion In the next
THE COLORADO House BounT
home cooking, $27.00 icc -month
Guaranteed to be first class.. Oppo
site depot, look for sign. Lunch
buckets a specialty. Open the'isth.
Mrs. E. K. Klmchen. 672,
' WANTED Chambermaid at Jlarc
, Rooming House, Lowell. C6"
,WNTED Day porter (colored)
must be experienced and first
class. Good position for right man.
! Copper pueen Hotel. 668
WANTED At once, position as wait
ress or saleslady. Experienced. Ai
ply ltuth Jcbnson, Philadelphia
WANTED Paltry cook, v.oman or
man at the French Kitchen, Urew
"ery Gulcb. : G4G.
WAITED Housekeeper for family
'of three. Kelined, elderly lady pre-
ferrcd. I'hoae 287 Black. CIS
JJXi'fc.KlE.NoED seamstress wants
sewing by the day. Phone 387 Ited.
WANTED A joung wnlto girl for
uurM) iu private family. Inqiiiru
Ucvlcw oLIce. 58S
' WXNTED To pay the highest cash'
price for your furniture. It costs
yo. nothing to call us up, "and if I
will save jou money. G. O. URAK
'' SON, Johnson Add., Phone 423 70
WANTED To Duy second hand fur
niture and household goods.
Brooks Cooper Furniture Co..
Pythian Castle. O. K. St. 52
HARRIS BLOCK FURNITURE CO.
New and second hand furniture
bought and sold. Fine stock wall
paper. Brewery axenue. Phone
FOR RENT Two nice completely
furnished batching rooms, close)
in, near town. 155 Opera Drhe,j
Mrs. II. Blunt. Inquire Blunts
Cleaning thop. Brewery Gulch
FOR RENT Three tartly fornlbhed
liousekceping rooms. Jno. Farley,
, 227-C Orchard We. G57:
iroil RENT-Two furnished rooms,
137 TomLhtone canyon. tili.
', HOUSE for rent, 2 rooms free water.
' $8.00. Geo. W. Vanderwalkerf Moon
' Axe. COO.
' FURNISHED rooms for rent. M.
Doyle, 31 Tombstono Can) on'. 231
STEAM heated roomi at the "Golden,
Main bl. . 238
I'OR SA I JJ Rooming- house, opposite
V M. C. A., Mrs. Bert Tavlor (630
HOUSE for sale cheap. Call No. 5
Upper Lowell. CIS
FOR SALE 20 shares Pitts Engine j
stock at $8.50 per share. Sec
HAIGLER. the Ileal Estate Man
LOST Ladies' gold watch and black
silk fob Saturday evening Name
"Bertna" engraved on front. Be
twecn C. Q. store and Biddy Doxies
place. Finder leave at Review of
fice and roccixe reward. Mrs. B.
H. WIttig. 618
Connecting with E. F. Hutton & Cos priyate .wire.
Stocks,1 Bonds, Grains and Cotton Arizona Hjdppei;8
Stocks - ispecialty. .
Office'Copper Queen Hotel Building. Private wires
to aH principal exchanges.
JSEagHfiS j a-
Mff'l ii srtMtayP' ii.Si-Hi.i
.MRS. WO-R-RF--- Sft
FOU SALE 2 houses Tombstone car.
yon. Mrs. U. liuis. ioj
FOR SALE Four-roum houso and
furniture, also four desirably lo
cated Jots. Cheap if bought at
once. Box 793. Jm
LOST Cameo pin set with pearls,
either Bisbee or Warren. Finder
return Review Regard. 642
13ST ElkB tooth. Reward offered if
returned to Elks club. 64 J
Insurance A Loans.
Real Estate. Bargains in homes on
5 room bungalow In Warren, pood
location and large lot, fSOC cash,
balance easy terms.
2 room house at a bargain in War
ren, good location, large lot aud
good fence. oiitbgildinKs, and. shrub.
ery SlOOOOu, cash, balance easy
terms. , .
T. A. HUGHES, Manager.
Bank of Bisbee Bldg Phone 130
2 Room House, Desirable,
Baily Hill $25000
2 Room House, Desirable,
Opera Drive ...$300.00
4 Room House, Desirable
Johnson Ad. ...$350.00
4 Room House, Improve
ments. All modern con
4 Room, Modern Bunga
low, Warren ..S1700..00
5 Room House, Modern,
Mason Hill ...$2000.00
5 Room, Modern Bunga
low, Warren . .$2000.00
7 Room House, All Mod
Roberts Ave. ..$2100.00
THE REAL ESTATE MAN
Opposite Depot - Phone 78
CHIGHESTEB S PILLS
TL n (W n rjf"p JzL
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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA. SATURDAY
Down John, You're Out of Order
MINERAL APPLICATION NO. 016304
Mineral Application No. 016804,
United States Lana omce. Phoenix.
Arizona. Aug. 29. 1912. Notice Is
hereby given that James SI. Howlett,
whose postolSco address is Kelvin.
Arizona, has made Application for pat
ent to the American loda dalm.
Mineral Survey No. 2S51. situated ap
proximately In Tp. 23, S. R. 24 E. G.
& S. R. U. &. M., Warren Mining DIs
trict, Cochise 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 det.
26 miu. W. 3231.6 ft., thence N. 74 deg.
30 min. E. 300.4 ft. to Cor. No. 2.
thei-ce S. 32 deg. 06 min. E. 82.7 ft.
to Cor. No. 3, thence S. 86 des. 45
min. W. 328.6 ft. to Cor. No, 4, thence
N. 32 deg. 06 min. W. 10 ft, to Cor.
No. 1 the place of the beginning. The
location notice of the American claim
to recorded in the Recorder' office of
Cochise County, Arizona, in Book 32
at pace 557. Adjoining claims arc
Virginia lode Sur. No. 1317 on me
uortb; OrmCad lode Sur No. 1 :'.'S on
the east and Baton Rouge lode Sur.
No. 1S3S on the south. Area in con.
fllct 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.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Ari
zona, October 9th, 1912.
NOTICE Is hereby gixen that Wil
liam J. Beruer. of Garccs, Arizona,
who. on February 18th, 1910 made
application fo make final proof under
the Small Holdings Act, entry. No
09Q9S,.for S. E. 1-4 N W. 1-4 S. W.
1-1 N. E. 1-4, N. W. 1-4 S. E 1-4. N E.
1-4 S. W. 1-4. Section 9, Township 23
S.. Range 20 E., G. & S. R. Meridian,
has n!d notice of intention to make
Final Troof, to establish claim to the
land atove described, before I. D.
TaIor, United States Commissioner,
at liis'iee, Arizona, on the 16th day
of November. 1912, and will prove
possession by myself or predecessors
in interest for more than 20 jcars
prior to survey by two of tho follow
Robert Todd, of Garces, Arizona;
Jamc3 E. Kcllcy, Garces, Arizona;
Caleb A. Newman, of Garces, Ariz.
Joseph F. Lippert, of BUbce, Ariz.;
FRANK H. PARKER.
ORDINANCE NO. 182
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SEC
TION 5 AND 8 OF ORDINANCE
NO. 107 OF THE CITY OF
GISBEE, BEING FOR THE PRO
TECTION OF PERSONS AND
PROPERTY IN SAID CITY
FROM DAMAGE BY FIRE.
DE IT ORDAINED by Uie Mayor
and Common Council of the City of
Uiibeo as follows
Section 1. Section 3 of Ordinance
No. 107 of this City being an ordi
nance entitled "Ordinance No 107, An
Ordinance for the Protection ot Per
sons and Property in tlie Oity of Bis
bee from Damage by Fire" is horc
bx amended ao as to read as follows.
'Sec. 3. It snail be unlawful for
any person to kp stored or on hand
ujion any lot or premises xvitbin the
corporate limits of this City any
quantity whatever ot blasting powder,
djnamite or like explosive, or any
kcioscnc or other kind of burning ot
explosive fluids or oil? in a quantltj
In excess of five gallons, but thi&
thall not apply to the cases of thoso
lawfully engaged in the ."ale of such
articles, when tho same shall be
ktpt in a uuilding which Is fire-proof
as prescribed by the Ordinances of
this city It shall bo unrawtul for
any person 'within the fire limits of
VaM City to put up or maintain an.,
stoxe pipe or other flue or chimney,
excepting a substantial brick, stone,
cement or adobe chimney, pipe or
fine, or constructed of substantial
con combustible material of like
character with the materials men
tioned, when the same shall pass'
tlmrogh any wooden or other com
bustlble roof, floor, ceiling or wali of j
building, or to line the ceiling3 of
any buildings withif said Pmits with,
vvliun, nwu ur umer cuiiiuusuuw
Sec 2. Section 8 of said Ordinance
No. 107 Is hereby amended so as to
read as follows:
"Sec. 8. All smoke Dines or
Einoke escapes of any kind for fire
thall bo so constructed and main-
Jflinqd Uiat the tqp xf t,liaunq. fhalw
l-vtend at ieastuwtr'Bnu one-naK'ie
above tho highest point ot the roof
pf tho building in which they are
situated Should any wooden build
ing be1 adjacent to snch smoko es
capes within a Kmir of ten feet, then
snch escapes must extend twc ana
one half teet aoove ino mgncsi pa"
cf uch adjacent building"
Sec 3- Thla Ordinance snail be in
Hft WH2RV. 1
BLANK. FlRK KJS.
IT0t.0MtS.T0 5E:eTf00 ABOUT
J MAVIMC THE H004E IMSUR-CD
lorco from anjl after its passage and
due publication as by laix provided.
. Passed by Uie Common Council ot
this City of (Bisbee on the 6th day ot
Approxcd by the Mayor on thj
21th day oINox-ember. 1912.
i k JOHN WILLIAMS.
., L Mayor.
Attest! M. L. <LER,
City Clerk. 585
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Offlee at Phoenix, Arizona,
November 13th. 1912
NOTICE Is hereby given that Jere
miah M. Rich, ot McNcal, Arizona,
xvho, on July 2nd. 190S, made Home
stead entry. No. 06, for W 1-2 NW 1-4
and Wl-2 SW1-4. Section 34, Town
ship 21 S., Range 2G E.. G & S R.
Meridian, has filed notice of Inten
tion to make final Three year proof,
to establish rlalm to thn l.-iml nlinvn
'described, before Jnred D. Taylor, U
S. Commissioner, at BUboc, Arizonu,
! ou the 17th day of December, 1912.
! Claimant names as witnesses:
John Burrows, of Loxxell, Ariz.
James Park Emeo't of McNeal, Ariz.
W.lHam DleUman, of McNcal, Ariz.
John F. Peaee. of McNeal, Ariz.
FRANK II. PARKER,
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
Department of The Interior.
V S. Land Oftlcc at Phoenix, Arizona
Nox ember 13tb., 1912
NOTICE is hereby given that Thorn
as I. Pointer, of Garces, Arizona, who
on March 11th, 1907. made Homestead
enty. No. 03643. for Sl-2 NW 1-4,
SV 1-4 NE 1-1 of Section 20 and. Add'!
entry 019336, Oct. 1S12 for SE1-4 NE
1 1 Sec. 20 Township 2J S., Rango 21 U
G & S. R. Meridian, has filed notice
of intention tb mae Final fixo year.
proof, to establish claim to the land
above dchcriled .before Jared D Tay
lor, U. S. Commissioner, at Bisbee, Ari
zona, on the 17th day of December,
Claimant names as witnesses -Horace
W Clarkson, or Bisbee, Ariz.
Peter M. Ross, of Garces, Ariz.
Jacob C. Baker, of Hereford, Ariz.
Cliaries F. Hawley. of Risbeo, Ariz.
FRANK H PARKER,
NEWS AFFECTING THE
PRICES IN MARKETS
News Received Today Af
fecting the Stock
(By Levy Bros.)
NEW YORK, Nov. 13: How Jones
news by E. I. Ilutton's prlxate wire
to I.'xj Bros at tlvo Cupper Queen
hotel, Bisbee, Arizona.
War continues la tho Pa'kan states
despite Turkey's plea fr armistice.
Engineers' arbitration sub commit
tee meets today at Caicago An
nouncement expected latt lomotrow.
B. and O. October earnings exceed
nine million, establishing biggest
month on record.
Gross sales 'of the 17. S Rubber
company haxe 'IncreaMl thirty per
rent In the last tv.u montii3.
Wabash earnings are more than
three million and h- broken all
Attorney General V irkcrsltanj says
that the department of .'it:iti is In
x estimating a complaint that the Grand
Trrnk lolated ImVrstvc commerce
lawr by entering into I'allic agree
ment with the New "axon
American stocks in London, steadf,
quarter to a half up.
Musical - Director Orpheum
Violin arid Piano
Studio - - Lo'ckie House
lor School HllL 'Telephone 427
t " 1 . -I
AJQRNJNG, N OyEMBER
j.l"'. v- - i -
J ! - ..i i I'T 1
, LADY'S DRESS.
A pretty stylo for tho fashioning o!
a foulard, pongse, white oerga or linen
frt -L Is given In this number. The
dress has a Biz-gored skirt and tho faa
tenlng Is at tho left side ot tho trout.
Hero Is a garment that while up to
the minute In styld features !c elnplQ
to mako and can bo-carried cut Li b.
wide choice of materials.
Tho pattern (5766) la cut In elzes 32
to 42 inches, bust measure. Medium
size rciuires EV4 7&ris of 36 leeb ma
terial and cf a yard of 13 lach ell
over. To pr?eurs lh!t ;ttrn),tf&d 16 cl to
"Pttrrn Dcrattmtat" of thii paper. Writ!
name nd mddres pUlnlr. md be sure ts ctra
ife, and cumber of pattern.
NO 5766. SIZE
Town.. ... .....
STREET AND NO. .............
Japanese Honor to Dead Actor.
In accordance with Japanese ens
torn tho heirs of the late OtoJlro Ka-
I wakaml, father of the new school of
I Jnruin4ftA dramatic art ftnrl hiiarianrt nt
Sadda Yacco, were buried In the fam
ily Tault at the Lengukajl temple
here yesterday beside the famous
"Forty-Eeven Ronin." The cremated
remains ot the dead actor aro burled
at Osaka, the home of his fame. (
On the arrival ot Sadda Yacco at
Bhimbasht station, bearing the hair
In a lacquered box wrapped In crape,
an Immense crowd of admirers and
theatrical celebrities met her and es
corted her In solemn procession to the
temple. Toklo correspondence LoEr
ioa. Evening Standard.
The Greater Benefactor.
Visitor 'T suppose the whole town
honors ths man who donated the new
Hibraryr Native "No; It's the man
who donated the site for tho nc
baseball park. New York Globe.
First Matron "I don't see how any
body can afford any luxuries nowa
days." Second Matron And we've
given up bridge." Cleveland Plala
, . ,Nw Roofing Material, -
Clmjerj copcjj3te Js In' favor fof
roofing, noi'only because' of 'its sue-;
stantlil character, but because calls'
aaay.be driven Into It. The nails tako
a good hold and 'are preserved la
place. The material is prepared In
eight-foot lengths and.as It may, ha
nailed In place. It Is very convenient
for roofs of larse bnlfoings such i
traorlM. halls and rinks.
I U. HAVE
BAtW.TO - N6MT
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Trading in Boston Exchange
Yesterday During Most
of Session Shows Lo
cal Mart Is Firm '
BOSTON. Nov. 15: During most
of tho session today tho local market
was iirm The ilttling coxeretf a
wide range of stocks and tho offerings
were smalL Copper Range rallied to
58. Granby 77. North Butte 37, En3t
Butte 15 7-8 and Allouez 14.
In the last bour Amalgamated ran
oft sharply and attempts at profit tak
ing of the local coppers found al
n;ost no fouling .orjera under tho
market. Tho metal market Is a
strong as excr and tho only trouble
with the stock market Is tho small
tfess of speculation and the lack of
PAINE WEBBER &. CO.
Total sales New York 284,000.
Money G 1-4 ier cent
CLOSING QUOTATIONS, Nov. 15.
(L. J- Overlock)
Amalgamated S4 3-S
American Smelters 791-4
Atchison 107 3-4
Brooklx n Rapid Transit 69 1-2
Baltimore and Ohio 106 1-2
Chebapeakp and Ohio SI 1-1
Canadian Pacific 2CC
Great .Northern 1371-3
Erie 34 1-4
Interboro Common 19 3-4
Lehigh Valley 174
Louisville and Nashville 156 2-4
Missouri Pacific 43 3-4
New York Central 1111-2
Rock Island 26
Steel Common 74 3-8
Steel ITd 112 1-S
Southern Pacific 110 5-S
Union Pacific 1711-2
Northern Pacilic 124 1-2
December 8C 1-2
December i 1L4S
i!$cnturc , CM
Algomah 3 3-4
Arizona Commercial -..-.. 4 1-4
Calumet and Jiccla , 590
Calumet and Arizona 9-(
Copper Range 571-2
East Butto 153-1
Greene Cananca 93-i
Gtroux i 45-4
Goldflcld ..... 20-8
Hancock ; 26
Indiana .. 171-3
Inspiration Consolidated t 20
ArfdKO .- )
Mayflower 14 ,
Mason Valley 121-2
North Butte ..t..... 363-8
North Lake x , 33-4
Old Colony . 91-2
Old Dominion 60
Phelps Dodge 220
Qulncy .' 89
Ray Consolidated 221-3
Shannon ..." 14 7-8
Shattuck ' S3
Utah Consolidated 13 1M
Vtah Copper ..,- 63 7-rf
Nbvadansolldatca.r. 4. . 22 7-S
Victqi-fa i.. ,........; . 2j3
Wolxtrlnc v ... j.'.. ,4"y65
Batto Superior 4...V" '?
Cblno - ;' -4S I-S(
Saginaw .................... J53-4
Ahmeck ,..,'.., . ... . 35y
B. and A. .a........- - ... 4
B. and U 53
Bohemia ..................... 3
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k4l Mitnl iirK . UnW
-oo tau a POrt
HAVE THE FUSS AHO
jcckn op tue. HOUSC
TO TAKC UP tOURTIMBt
Phoenix Owners of Property
' Sell Claims Carying Gold
to Syridicate Composed
- of oaltimore Men
CARRIES LOW GRADES
PHOENIX, Nov 15. Under a- bond
and option, a Baltlmoro cyndlcate his
taken over tho Leviathan Gold jM. ta
ins and Milling company's projertjy,
in the Wcaxer district, fifteen fnlles
northeast of Congress. DeveTapme'n.
work is to bo inaugurated at once or.
an extensive scale, and ultimately I a
thousand-ton plant will be erected on
tho -group: The members ot tho syn
dicate and their engineers will ar
nxe in Phoenix within a fcrw days
and go out to the property with W. U.
Twlchell, xvho engineered the deal.
Most ot the LeviSthan company's
stockholders are Phoenicians. Anions
the number are A. I Galpin. A. G.
Hulett and Gtcrgo GoIzeJI
Mr. TwUchell is convinced that tho
Leviathan is one of the bwtjest loxv
grade propositions in tho staTc;-.,!-though
it was discoxcred anumber of -years
ago and has surface) indications
of a most remarkable kiud, It is com
paratively unknowjt. In years sono
by it was known as tho "Mack Mil
lion." For twelve jears work has been
go.ng on in a desultory way. Alto
gether about 100O. feet ot work has
been dono. It consists ot shafts,
drifts, tunnels and cross-cuts.
There is ono promising x-eln abotu
sex-en feet wide, carrying values
ranging from $3 to $10 a ton. The
main ore body, howexer, is 1400 feet
wide and three-quarters of a mile long
There is ox ery reason to believe (bat
it is one of the biggest deposits ot
low grade ore in the world. It Is
granite, altered by thermal action to
A 190-foot shaft has been sunk ou
this deposit, and the shaft is all In
ore. Tho values grow better from
collar to bottom.
The plan was to sink to the 200
foot lex el and cross-cut tho entire
ore body from that point, but funds
ran loxv and xx'ork was suspended.
The nexx interests Intend both to drill
and sink on the big: ledge. A churn
drill xx 111 be installed immediately.
As soon as it has proved beyond A
doubt that tho ore body has depth
and is no mere surface deposit, a
thousand ton concentrating and cy
anldlng plant will bo crocted. Thero
aru liftcen claims in the twd groUpn
belonging to the Leviathan company
and ill are to be thoroughly ex
ploited It Is staled that tha Lexlathan
gixes much more promise of being a
big goi producer than was given by
either the Congress or the Octave,
which are in that section. Neither
produced a dollar's worth ot ore un
til it bad been developed to a depth
of oxer 400 feet
Klas (who has been punished sev
eral times for malicious mischief,
reading on the fir-a1arrr. box, "Brealt
th'c glass!") "No. no! You can't fool
fael" Fllegende Blaetter Munich).
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Dax-Is Daly 21-4
Etenita ax 2'l-2
Bradcn,.. ,..: 9'l-8
Kerr Lake 2J3-4
Lucky Tiger .... 4J1C
Korib Tfgice ...,: :..". S'
Ojibway .:. Sh-l
Ohio . L3-4
Raven :.-. 27'
San. Antonio .f -'.
Rav'Cen trail. .-:.. .!..:..- it
iTnnfiha'h ' a t f 7fr
Tdhopah Belmont . .'...?X,tV' 9l-:
WestyEnd .....'..( 1G3
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Ghemung T.1- 61
Baltimore OH ax .- 50'
Calumet OU ax ' 37
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