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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1912
ROOSEVELT If IIIILE GHUBE
Insurance & Loant.
Real Estnto Bargains in homes on
easy terms. i
i .1 1 -i "ntir1""!', tW
Citizens Will Endeavor to
Devise Plan to Amend
Commission Form of
UP TO THE GOVERNOR! DISTRICT IS ACTIVE
Late Bull Moose Candidate
May Visit Mine in
at Earlv Date
PHOENIX, Nov. rO. That a plan
will be suggested at a. special Joint
session tonight of the city council
and the board . of freeholders, who
ilrow ii the proposed city charter,
w hereof Ihe city Will not be thrown
to the e.xtra expense of drawing up
another charter and holding another
Slectlon, is t;enrally believed about
the city today.
It is said that the council .the board
of freeholders and the mayor will de
cide to ask the governor to sign thp
charter as It now stands, after "pled:;
Ing themselves to the chief executl
that they will amend all of the -clans 3
winch conflict a lth the state consti
tution, before the election of commis
sioners. It is said that Attorney General Dul
lard, who carefully examined the char
ter a njl found its conflicts with the
constitution, wilt be asked to encour
age Governor Hunt to sign the docu
ment. If a plan can be found which
will do away with the necessity o:
matting the charter over and holding
another election it w 111 not only mean
the saving of several hundred dollars
to the city, but also a commission
form 'of government much sooner.
When asked today what steps will I
be "taken at tonights session on the
charter question. Mayor Christy said:
"1 can't tell whether we can do any
thing until we hold the meeting to
night. I hope something can be done
whereby the charter can be used ana
not conflict with the state constitu
tion. The meeting tonight Is to sec
what can be done."
WILL INCREASE ITS
SHIPMENTS OF ORE
That the Commercial Mining com
pany of Copper Basin contemplate in.
creasing its shipments of ore in the
near future is indicated by the build
in:; of another ore bin to hold at
least 100 tons. J. H. Morrison leaving
today with a force or carpenter for
Underground conditions at the
works are reported as more attrac
tive than at any time since production
tbas been started up, in fact some of
the miners state that the basis of ship
ment now going on can be maintained
from the ore bodies exposed for at
least two years ahead. Every point be
ing operated is indicative of a bonanza
property being in evidence, and during
the next few months this belief will be
lerlfled with the method of exploita
tion being carried out.
It is also reported that the long
crosscut that Is being driven Iron;
the bottom of 480-foot drift., as an
countering the best mineral indications
yet determined. George C. Kuffner con
tinues hauling sixty tons of ore per
day to the railroad station at Skull
Valley for shipment to Douglas and
Hayden smelters. This output Is said
to average a higher percentage In cop
per than is taken from any mine in
The game known at "la crosse" was
originally played by the Canadian In
dians and from them adopted succes
sively by the French and English set
tlers and by them Introduced to the
United States. The object of the
game Is to drive the ball through
goals situated at eacL end of the
field. The players are usually twelve
on a side. In ISf 7 the La Crosse As
sociation ol Canada was formed and
an Indian team visited Great Britain,
creating great excitement The game
is one of real Importance in the Eng
lish sportlcg world.
PATAGONIA. Ariz.. Nov. 18. That
Colonel Theodore Roosevelt will toon
make a visit to Arizona and the Pata
gonia district is the information given
out recently by Mr A. W. Hamilton.
former superintendent of the Afi
mine, which has been a good prevj
ducer and paid back -to Its owners a
large sum of money Mr. Hamilton
twis a visitor to Patagonia last week
and went out 6 the Alta with a party
of "eastern men. On his return he saiJ
that Colonel Roosevelt had been in
terested in the Alta for a number .of
ears but never made a trip here ou
account of being so busy bu that he
has often expressed a wish to see this
section and the property in which lit
and HZs friends aro partners. The
Alta is located between llarshaw and
the Duquesne mine near the Wash
ington camp and smelter owned by
George Westlnghouse, the millionaire
electrical manufacturer of Pittsburg.
The Alta mine, from information
given b old timers in the- district, is
credited with a production of silver
and lead ores, carrjlng tome copper,
aggregating more than a million dol
lars in value. Parties state fifty and
sixty sixteen horse teams on the
road from the mine to Patagonia for
a long time bringing down the ore
which was sent bj rail to El Paso.
Delegate to Mining Congress.
W. H Wortblngion, consulting en
gineer of the Chief's property has been
appointed as a delegate to the Mining
congress In Spokfue which meets
soon. Governor Hunt appointed Mr.
Worthington a short time ago and Mr.
Worthington is endeavoring to make
the trip and will read a paper before
the congress on the famous copper de
posit found in the Three R nfme which
lias developed into a million tons ot
commercial ore after six months' work
under the Amster management,
A Rlcn Strike Reported.
J. M. Kellogg and Paul Crawford of
Cripple Creek who recently took a
bond and lease from the Johnson e3
tate hav e made a rich strike of Btlver
ore on the property A dozen different
assays have been taken and the lowest
ran $02.10 whije the highest went
Jlyl.SS. They now have opened up
about 20 tons of this kind of ore and
expect to make a shipment to the Cop
per Queen smelter at Douglas.
On the Costello group owned by J.
J. Evans a strike of some importance
was made rccentlj. The ore carries
considerable silver and lead, and Mr.
Evans has gone out to arrange for
opening up the property on an exten.
five scale He now has a good size
shipment of ore ready to send down
The Grady Group
Parties claiming to represent the
Calumet & Arizona people of Blsbeo
have been in the district for the past
four days making examination ot the
Grady group of claims adjoining the
World's Fair on the northwest Nego
tiations are said to te pending with
George Grady the owner who is an old
time Cripple Creek miner, and who. it
is alleged will do all he can to have
the Michigan people take over his
ground as he wants to sell to a strong
company who will go ahead and de
velop the property The consideration
was not given as the deal has not
been finally closed up.
From Washington camp comes the
news that a party of people connected
with the Westinchcuse company will
soon reach Patagonia and go to tho
mine to make an examination and see
if things can be gotten in shape to
start up agailn and make shipments of
their good ore to the smelters. The
company has ample money to carry on
a large amount of development work
and the can dispose of their ores to
good advantage at any of the smelters
in the southwest.
Fluctuations Are Narrow
and Small Trades Bring
One Upon the Other
CLOSE IS STRONGER
BOSTON, iXov. 20: Old Colony
and Mayflower were the two most
active stocks on the local list. The
buying was due to the recent bullish
advices issued by the News Bureau.
.North Ilutte showed the greatest ad
vance for the day, buying being bet
ter than we have seen for some time.
tJranby was weak, on little short roll
ing and the catching of stop orders,
near the close however, an attempt
to buy 100 shares caused a rally of
a point and a half, so that the clos
ing prices Bhowed little net change
for the day.
PAINE WEBBER & CO.
Total sales 307,400. .Money C per
CLOSING QUOTATIONS, Nov, 23
(L. J. Overlock)
Amalgamated -., ,
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Baltimore and Ohio
Cnesapeake and Ohio
(Interboro Common ..........
Louisville and Nashville ....
New York Central
Southern Pacific ."..
gute of Ohio, city of Toledo. ,
Lucas County. I
Frank J. Chenvy makes oath that he It
senior partner of the firm of K. J. Cheney
& Co.. dolac business In the City of To
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev
ery case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence, this Cth day of December,
A. D. 1SS5.
(Seal) A. W. CLEASON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is .taken Internally
and acts directly Upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
V. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all DrosslBts. 75c
Tke HaU'a FmU nils for eonitlpatloa.
Minded Her Own Business,
Found, a woman who minds her
own business. This ought to be
straight Information, because her hus
band says so. Before boarding a train
for Toronto. Can., he gave her a gold
medal that had imcrlbsd on one side.
"For minding her own business." On
the reverse U her name. Muddle. This
Memphis man. Dr. R. H. Mclntyre,
says that before his wife left for a
thre months' visit to Toronto, Can.,
where she Is visiting, her parents, this
Is the way he rewarded her most
palseworthy character. Mempblt
AM OLD INDIAN REMEDY
S. S. S. is one of the oldest of medicines; it was prepared and used by the
Indian MedicincMan hundreds of years ago in the treatment of all blood
disorders. Of course it did not then bear its present natse.battheformnlafor
compounding- it was just what it is today, aud its results then as now, en
tirely satisfactory to those who used it, S. S. S. is made entirely of roots,
herbs and barks without the addition of a particle of mineral. It is the
widest known and the best acting-blood purifier before the public today.
This great remedy cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Skia
DiSeases, Scrofula, Specific Blood Poison and any and all blood infections
and impurities. No one need fear to nse S. S. S. It is perfectly safe for
any system, and its fine vegetable tonic effects especially recommend it to
all weak, debilitated persons who may be in need of a blood purifier. S.S.S.
goes into lae ciicuiuuuu wiu iiuuvca aj
particle of impurity, humor or poison from
the blood S. S. S. acts most pleasantly and
lencuciall7 ou tbestotnacb, assists ia toning
tjd the digestive members.and contributes in
every way to the blessing of strong robust health. Write for free book on
the blood and any medical advice you wish. S. S. S. is sold at drugstores.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA, CA.
Adventure . .
Calumet and Hecla .....
Calumet and Arizona . . .
Nevada Consolidated . . .
B. and A.
B. and U
Kerr Lake .'...
S. W. 'Miami
Ray Central .....
Tonopah Belmont . . .
Baltimore Oil ax
Calumet Oil ax
Ethel has taken a great dislike to
rice, and lately her Mother hag not
offered It to her. The other morning
she atked what Ethel would like foi
breakfast "Oh, give me some rice,
o as I can fuss about it," wag her re-
The Meanest Man.
"He's a mean cuss. Isn't he?"
"Meant He's capable of going into a
barber shop for a shave and thtn get
ting big balr cut, a shampoo, massaga
and hair treat-Bent just to keep other
S room bungalow In Warren, good
location and large lot, $S0C cash.
balance easy terms.
3 room house at a bargain In War-
ren, good location, large lot and
good fence, outbuildings and shrub
ery $1000Jlu cash, balance easy
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T. A. HUGHES, Manager.
Bank of nisbee Bldg. Phono 190
ED BRYAN TO
BE SECRETARY STATE
NEW YORK, Nov. 20. (Dow Jones
news by E. F Hutton's private vvjre to
1-evy Bros., Copper Queen Hotel. Bis
Lee.) Turkey will name envoys today
to meet Bulgarians and discuss terms
of peace. Surrender of Adrianoplh de
manded before armistice will be
granted. Situation btiween Austria
and Servla growing worse.
International dissension In the com
mittee may result In a new. commit
tee being organized at extra session.
Washington dispatch to the Sun says
Wilson has tendered W. J. Brjan port
folio of secretary of state. Bryan will
cofer with Wilson in Bermuda.
Wlckersham aajs that the govern
ment will proceed against both New
Haven and Grand Trunk for violation
or the Sherman law in matter of trafllc
"Tho Rosary" a beautiful play to
be produced by Mes&ra Gaskill and
MacMtty. at the Orpheum Theatre
Thursdny matinee and night, Now
28 Is described as follows:
A typical American family Is
shown, a young wife, her devoted hus
band. the!r friends and the inatcr.'al
surroundings vvhlcn wealth can pro
cure. Then comes the Jarring note, so
slight that even the most sensitive
could hear iL Rq'tber It Is a subtle
discord of the atmosphere No one
knowns whence It comes or the rea,
son of Its being; but It grows, grows,
more and more apparent Now It
swells into suspicion and doubt, then
blind rage, and the household is
rent, its nappiness Is gone.
Then rises the other power, a
higher spiritual not,e, which swells
uton the ear until its beauty and
divine harmony brings the discordant
souls of the family back into peace
and full accord. That Is "The Ros
ary." Chicago liked "The Rosary''
so well that It stayed there tor
three months. Its success in Boston
was so great that it ran at the Globe
theater in that cit for two months
COPPER METAL MARKET.
BOSTON, Nov. 20. The demand for
copper metal from Europe appears
to te quite general, practically all the
leading producing and selling com
panies reporting a large business, with
indications of continued purchases. A
feature of this buying is the fact
that in nearly all cases the orders
called for delivery of the metal this
month and in December, which would
Indicate that actual supplies abroad
are extremely low.
All transactions have been mado
on the basis of 17',4c for electrolytic.
This is the first buying movement of
any consequence that has developed
from foreign sources for six weeks.
In the meantime exports to Europe
have been right, with the result that
copper stocks at the principal Euro
pean centers have fallen considerably.
It is expected that the fortnightly
statistics covering the first half of
November, to be issued next Monday,
will show a farther shrinkage in Eng
lish and French stocks as well as
those at other centers. The domestic
trade continues only moderately ac
tive, but in some quarters the belief
prevails that there will soon be large
purchases from home consumers in
sympathy with the increasing demand
from the other side.
NEW YORK. Nov. 20. One of tho
first effects of the apparent clearing
up of the foreign diplomatic situation
has been the reappearance of Europe
as a buyer of American copper Euro
peon orders came free'y Into the
market this morning and large sales
were made by one of the leading
selling agencies for the producers
These sales were made to the foreign
Interests at 17 3-4 c a pound, the high
est quotation of the season.
" Coffee Percolator
" Chafing Dish ,
" Disc Stove
Electric Water Heater
7 Baby Bottle Heater
" '" Warming Pad -"
y" ;Vacuum Cleaner
Electric Sewing Machine Motor
" Hot Point 6 lbs. Price $4S0 1
" General Electric 6 lbs. " $4 s
Westinghouse 6 lbs. " $4SJ grantee
American Beauty 6 lbs. $500 - Life Guarantee
We have all of the above appliances for sale and all
are sold subject to acceptance or rejection after
Bisbee Improvement Co.
TATfh gy9 you ask for beer do not take a suh
yy ilxZYh 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
phom Boston & Brown ph
243 Agents of the Copper City Brewing Co.
The Southern Pacific
Of Mexico, Maintains at NACu,
Arizona . Sonora
A Customs Brokerage
under the management of
T. E. PASCHAL.
Forward your shjnmen1 In hi
He Pays All Expense
and collects from consignee on de
livery of shipment at destination
Service prmpt and efficient
The Line- has just been opened to
Let us tell you something of th
LANDS and MINES of the West
Coast of Mexico.
H. LA WTO N, a. F. . P. A.
Musical Director Orpheum
Violin and Piano
Studio - - Lockie House
107 School Hill. Telephone 427
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The El Paso &
THE INAUGURATION OF j
THROUGH TRAIN SERVICE :
EL PASO AND TUCSON
On The Following Schedule:
Lv. El Paso 7:30 p. m, Lv. Tucson 6:20 p. m.
Lv. Douglas 6:40 a. m Lv. Bisbee 9:15 p. m
Lv. Bisbee 6:50 a. m. Lv. Douglas 11:00 p. m.
Ar. Tucson 11:00 a. m. Ar. El Paso 7:00 a. m.
Train will consist of haggase, mail and coaches between El Paso
and Tucson; Cafe-Parlor-Ouscrvation car between Douglas and Tuc
son; Standard electric lighted Imllman sleeing car between El Pa
so and Douglas.
EUGENE FOX, General Passenger AgenL
COPPER QUEEN CONSOLIDATED MINING CO.
We Are Now in the Market for
the Purchase of Copper Ore
and Copper Matte
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co.
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