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THE lilSBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1912
S WINTER TOURING .
GATEWAY 10 WEST
Transcontinental Tour Club
of America Has Handsome
Route Book Now in Press
- Local Interest Aroused
IT IS SUNNYROTITE
FOR USE IN WINTER
Great local automobile and road In
terest has boon, aroused bv the an
nouncement or the TranscontKioHtal
Touring Club ot Amorica that their
Route Book covering the Borderland
Jtoate, routed by that bod). Is In the
hands of Uo printer and will shortly
be in the bands of members and fur
sale throughout the country. Tis
announcement coming at tbe- ovenin
of tho winder touring season tVw
busy season on the beautiful border
land route ghes promise of unpre
cedented travel and activity through
this territory this winter and will un
doubtedly arouse considerable local
The various vice-presidents along
tho route' are In receipt of' letters
from the Tlub headquarters In Chi
cago asking for detailed road reports
for tho information of tourists and
they -hi turn are prodding the local of
ficials and enthusiasts to the upbuild
ing of the roads of the community as
well as the enthusiastic support of
the organijtion. that the tourists may
net only be drawn this way tut In
duce many others to follow them.
Transcont'nental touring during the
f&tr-reather months ot this year has
increased at an alisott uubelleabte
stride and It Is certain that winter
will find unabated activity. Fear of
road difficulties has deterred many
from .making the! Transcontinental
trip over the Borderland route and It
needs but tho proper making of road-i
on the Borderland Itoute -as promised
by local officials to remoe this final
Until this year winter transcontin
ental touring has lx,eti-im.ractieabl j
ecause the northern and central
routes are .impassable at thfe period
of the- 'year. However, the Uii of
trancontlnontal touring wHl not re
cede thfc winter because It will be
diverted toy the efforts of the Trans
continental Touring Club of America
along the beautiful sunny Borderland
Si "devolve uin local eaUiuiissU
and public gpirKed cltiseas to put the
roads of this community In the bet
pewribJe coHd.Uon for this expected
travel, if for no other reason than th
pood Impression it will make for the
localKy on these tourists of moans
and influence, while -they owe H.to
the community and the t cm ring 4u&
to co-operate with that organisation
In ny way tley can.
Unprecedented co-operation of this
nature, as well as extraordinary ac
tivity 1b-all jiarts of the country has
awakened a w'ller interest in Trans
continental touring than ever before
and promisee to turn millions of dol
lars as well as many desirable set
tlers and Investment seekers into thfe
southwest who ha'e hitherto mafc4
isurope tneir nauni. .wucn spitmuiu
literature has been profitably circu
lated in the east and tt,e organizattoa
of at least two more rational touring
and road building bodies has caused
.marked advancement in long touring
interest as well as bringing that point
nearer when a beneficial national leg
islation may bo existed.
Advanced pages or the Route Book
issued by the Transcontinental Tour
ing Club have been locally rece'ved
and show that it will be hawfceMoly
bound with a clever cover design 'a
colors and will conta'a not only tbe
route detail and map. Imt descrip
tions ot the route and points oj in
terest 'as well as local vlws.
Not Much Difference.
, "Do you .act towards yor we at
you did before you married few?'
"BnaoUy. I remember Just how I
used to act when I first fell In love
with her. I used to hang over tbe
for.ee In front of her houe and gaz
at !wr sha'dow on the curtain, afraid
to go in. And I act just tho same waj
now when I get borne late."
r We have a complete line
' of LOOSE-WILES fa-
p moUS VaSSar Chocolates,
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1 SEE OUR WIN
J. B. An&ius
m "Tl-a Pnra Fnnil Clrnrrv
"The Pare Food Grocery'
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That Is Report Brought to
Phoenix by Cole and Jones
of Corporation Commis
sion After Visit
PHOENIX. Doe. 9. Prosperit is
evident on ever baud at Ray, Kelvlnd
and liayden, according to Corporation
.viitttaaatuuQi q x. it. iiunra uuu .&,
Cole, who returned Saturday from u
MBit to that district. The Ray Con
solidated Is employing 300 men at
Ray and Is increasing its forco rapid
ly, 850 men are employed In the con
eentnuor and smelter at liayden. The
town of itay lias been entirely re
built sluce the big tire of last summer,
thc wooden structures that were de
stroyed baviag bees retraced with
two-story concrete buildings.
(VifiinifedtfinAr .lnnns and Cole v.pnt
to look p.er tbe Ray & GUa Valley
ro.'road, to acquaint themselves wltn
conditions just as tney are, mat mey
mlcht iias. on thn avirilcatlon of the
company for a relicaring of the Kay
junction swucning euarge case, lie
ttndv thta mmm ulnn nrHrAt .that
the charge for transferring freignt
from tbe -Yrtaona Mastern itocks ai
Ray Junction, or Kelvin, be discon
What they learned during their in
vestigation, which extended over a.
period of twenty-four hours, ihd not
chance the opinions of ilr. Cole and
Mr. Jones. Conditions were about the
same as they hud understood them.
TTnrtv nTt aW tliem will DrObaOli"
thj a conference with the U. fc G V.
attorneys and the ground gone ovw
thoroughly. A request to this effect
was made by Judge Edward Kent, one
of the attornes, who accompanied
tbe eommifcakmcrs on the trip.
Th prosperous appearance of Ray
was surprising to Mr. Jones and Mr
Cnla T!wv mn nrenared to see a
towa dvaBtated by fire, but there
we few traces of the conflagration
that swept Ray last summer No more
wooden buliamgE are uciug put uf,
wit the burned structures are replaced
'th concrete structures, most of them
two stones in nesgnt.
ah tho lnw itlttw in both Ray and
s'lifinrHlnwn liave been closed. There
are- only a few saloons left just one
in Sonoratown and all are conducted
as carefully as possible. The saloons
at liayden are of the same class.
Each day the Ray Consolidated
ships seventy-five carloads of ore to
Hayden. A cartead consists of tifty
dls tone. The daily shipments, there
fore, approatrtwte 42M tens. At Hay
den the concentrator is treating 60d0
lops daily, though its caiclly is 80t
toss. The Ray Consolidated is in
creasing its .production as rapidly as
possible and soon will be productlm;
as much ore as the concentrator can
handle. More men are being put to
work as fast as there Is room for them
In the ts.nnel am' chambers
Sv i nree uig utvai ufti"v- v.w
.grews are kept at work by the Ari
zona Eastern doing the yard work at
Hadn. There a terminal has been
established, with a five-stall round
house, btorago tracks and a Y. Prac
tically all the work Is in taking care
of the ore shipments from Ray.
The American Smelting & Refining
company's smelter at liayden is in
operation, though not to Us full ca
jiclty. Only one of Its two rever
beratory furnaces 1 running, that be
in sufficient to take care of the con
-nti-a!e frma the Rav Consolidated
mill. Within a short tlm0 a blast fur
nace, to take care or cetom orer. win
At both Ray and Hayde the Ray
ConeolWaud has big machine shops.
Comliofier Jones declares that
they are as coplete a asy shops
he "ever saw. 8nd they do splendid
work. He is also high In his praise
of the Ray Consolidated organisation,
it Is ae near perfection as it eouJJ
possibly be. he says.
Commlefrtoners Jones and Cole were
given every -opportunity and assist
sr.e to seeure the information they
desired. They were made royally
welcomr by the railroad and mining
people at Ray, Keivla and Hayden.
The trip to Hayden was made In an
Angels on a NeedXs Point.
This was a favorite tcrc ef debate
among the sekellwrts and doctors of
the Christian churea from the earnest
Mme. It was particularly to the fore
dr-ing the peztod of .futile and qcib-
bllng argument which asarked tne
. dHne of scholasticism, say from 1M0
to U 53 A. D.
i Died Wh"e Decorating Grave.
A painfully sad occurrence took
1 place recently in the Belfast Cty
cemetery v.bca an aged men named
Charles Klldea, who was engaged In
J, deeot:8 a grav suddenly bseame
vftil, fell to the groand, and expired is
. ih laaaaaaaaaiaa la.
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New York'e Big Industries.
Knw Va4t (( Via, ....... f.
dutrle in each of which the anmtal
product is valued at more than $,
00.90. The largest of those indus
tries Is the maaufaeturo ot clothing,
und next comes the printing tsd pub
Certain Old School Book.
The Kate board urges that all old
srttool book bo sterilized and, tells"
how it ean be done to the daraago of
the bacteria, b sot to tho books. Wo
Buppotte It to right- It Is batter that
fM4ren lire healthfully than that so
comfclnation sohoo boolt and towel sur
vive. Toledo filacie. " '
TUGSON PUIS OFF
AFTER FIRST YEAR
Rush of Holiday Business Is
Assigned as the Reason for
Postponement of "Get Ac
PLAN NOTGTV'EN UP
BY OLD PUEBLANSi
Ulsbeeites will not have the oppor
tunity or making the acquaintance of
the hus-'noss men of the Old Pueblo
of Tucson tomorrow as had been ex
pected for the proposed excursion to
this city has Veen postponed until
after the first of the new year. Thla
was learned from an article In the
Arizona Daily Star received from Tuc
son yesterday. It does not mean that
tho excursion has been abandoned
but is merely a postponement of tho
visit for a few wewks.
Tho following la "the article relative
to the postponement of the excursion
as It appeared in the Sunday Star
It has been decided to postpone the
trade excursion over the Kl Paso Iz
Southwestern railroad to Ilisbee and
other southern towns uutll after the
flist of the year The reason Is that
a number of business m'en of the city
could not go on- December 11. The
decision was reached by the commit
tee on arrangements yesterday morn
ing after a conference was held.
In order to run the excursion
Southwestern would have to set
nnnnlfv ThfiV ndtrAd fw 1ht Timntuir
and wanted tie Chamber of Commerce !
ana tne committee, composed or Jonn Mnnth P-kjcpq Rffnrf Pnlnrit
P. tubers. D. C. Williamson, Walter monr SSeS tsetore lUlpnt
Wakefield and J. M. Jacome, to guar
antee It. Each of these would make
the trip at a fave ot Jl.SO.
The members of the committee can
vassed the business men thoroughly
but received small response from
them. Business was the main reason
for most of the merchants not be
ing able to make the trip.
"In regard to the trip." said John
F. Myers, secretary of the Chamber
of Commerce, "it has been decMed to
postpone it until somo time immed
iately after the first of the year More
men will be abty to go at that time.
Tho guarantee ha heavy and we could
not make it at this attempt It will
be better to ivalt for a whie- I be
lieve that after January 1 we will be
able to take a great boosting crowd
to the southern towns
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THE ROYAL THEATRE
The Hoyal will present, commenc
ing with today,, matinee, a dtversl
lied program consisting of industrii.:
pictures absorbing dramas, thrilling
Indian stories and entertaining com
Copper Mines at lilngham. Utah"
is the title of an interesting picture
hhowing in close-in views, the great
est copper mine In the world. Nex
to the Panama Canal, this is the
largest engineering operation ever
undertaken. Here we see them tear
ing down the mountain ot gold, sil
ver and copper with huge blasts after
which It is loaded with steam shovels
luto car and transported down tho
mountain sides to the smelters
a here it is converted into the com
mercial product We are also shown
views of the City of Bingham which
lias the proud distinction of being six
miles long and sixty feet wide.
"A Suffragette -in Spite of Himself. '
a short comedy on the same reel
with the above, la a rollicking good
comedy with fua fast and furious.
"The Uprising" is an Indian pic
ture produced In Arizona, showing
the hardship and privations en
dured by tho brave pioneers of our
state who subdued the savage Apache
and made tnCs country what It is to
day. "A Turn of Fortune" is an absorb
ing drama describing a young man'a,
courage and perseverance in the fact.,
of difficulties. t
"A Mistaken Calling" Maggie, tm
cook, discovers the muse of poctrv
lurking In her eyes. Maggie quits'
her Job, writes reaniK of slush, bm
after several fruiUeoe attempts to
....It l..... Inlntliuriiial auaasJE avhlatl aha'
!Vll ttrr aiCIICV'n fauna, a,aa .,
was sure would startle the world, she
goes 'back to the kitchen," a sadder,
but wieer cook.
CRCII V DCITC CT1.DC Cottoleneisalways uniform
tHUlLl DtMlU 0 1 Ailul -always produces good re-
-suits. With its use, you can
Kni?hts Plav Good Game!00110? a rtain kind of
Despite Bad Weather .g6 bemS same every
and Sloppy Field time"
-. j . ,. Coltoleae sells at about
Canyon Stars vrove-i easy for Co- . w"y & ow u. uuwu-.
Yumwans who won goau to o. The the pnee of lard, and IS SO
ganys Sunday was slightly below the.-yi. tj.i. rvnp.third less is re
par but fair considering the state of ncn lnac One-UUIU 1KJ lb rc-
tho weather and the groHnd. .quired than
The Knights of Columbus had all; .;,!, Kiiftof
th boat or the ptay with the barks eluler OUlier
all pUylng great toolbar. Iteggy Ly-jor lard.
OSS who seorred two goais tMteg the :
best forward on the ground. Hibl.le '
scored from a penalty, and Pa Lid- Cottoleae is never
dlcote had the cst goal of the game Isold la bulk at
disallowed fn error. troys la air-tight
gol again 'gate 8 igi.endlcfceJMbltton t?- ...
though Murray his viz a' viz was not
Of the otlair Stare tho on-
ly pktyoTs being up o tltfr rcimta-'is
tton were UKly Jobnstono. Joe Uddl-
Mite and Thomas Wubt
Sunday the two oallar team meet,
Colts jnd Stars, and the Colt a say
they have all got scoring boots this
Our Christmas Jewelery
Delights All Buyers
Christmas is too near and every
Henkel Jewelery Co.
THEFT OF NUTS HAS
AT LAST BEtN
is runisned tor
Theodore Uajunda, a Mexican was
given a twenty days Jail sentence
for tho theft of twoaty.fi ve pounds
of nuts from the Phelps-Dodge ware
house in Iwell motfo than a month
ago. itetjhunda, after stealing the
nuts traded them for a bottle of
wine at one ot the Lowell saloons.
Tho case was reported to the Lowell
police and Officer Ilooney was assign
ed the case. For a long time, the offi
cer could get no clue, but entering
a saloon one day, he saw an unusual
num&er of nut stolls on the floor. On
investigation he learned that tho
proprietor had traded a bottle of wine
for twe.nty-fiie pounds of nuts but no
one saw tbe transaction and as the
proprietor bad Just left for a months
vacation, it was. impossible to find
out with whom he made the deal.
Yesterday jpprning the salqon keep
er returned to Lowell and identified
the Mexican from whom he got tho
TititH. The. MX loan was taken in:.o
custody on 2. charge of petty larceny
and oa admitting his guilt, he was
given 2g days 1n the chain gang.
Millions Spent for Luxuries.
In h fiscal -ear or 1911-12 tho xo
fJe ot the Tutted States expended in
ibe purcar.ss of Imported luxuries
works of art. diamonds, and other pre
cious stones, champagne and other
wines, cigars and e'swettes. laces, cm
brolact.es, oauich feathers, perfumes,
cosmetics. tc. more than $!00,000.
0M. "In many of these articles, espe
cially the most Important ones, the
imports of tine fiscal T3r will." the bu
reau of statistics tells us, "excel In
vsluc those of any earlier year."
Baby a Real Midget
The month-old child of a gypsy
which was the subject of an Inquest
at Wandsworth, England, not long
since, was described by a doctor a
the smallest baby ho had ever known
It 'only weighed 2 pounds 14 ounces
Instead of the normal "'. pounds, and
Its length was only 1 foot 5 inches
as compared with the average 2 feel
at Cake-baking time
It is mighty hard to obtain
unjform results in Cake mak-
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I illy 11 UU USC ULILLCI Ul IcUU
I because both of these prod
ucts vary so in quality.
dust and odors.
THE N. K. FAWBANK COMPANY
body too busy for much talk. Be
tides our jewelery speak e for it
self and our policv of uniting qual
ity itud saving Is too will known
to need comment.
Wo always kiep on laying r.way
Christmas gifts In our safes. The
are all ready to give delight on
Among the suggestions wc have
in mind as .acceptable Christmas
Electric Reading Lamp
Silver Card Cases
Must Have Been In Boston.
The mother of a priggish little lad
of seven inquired what ailed him.
drawing her deductions as to some
trouble, mental or physical, frcm hit
heavy frown. "Nothing alls me, mam
ma." said the child, slowly "What
makes you ask me? Do you think
that every time my brow Is wrinkled
I have something on my mind?"
Don't put too fino a point to your
wit for fear it should get blunted.
Effects of Love.
Man's second childhood begins when
a woman gets hold of him. J. M. Bar
rle. a Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAT.. .V-PPLICATIONS. a they
cannot reach the seat of the disease. Ca
tarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease,
and In order to cure It you must take In
ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
taken Internally, and acts directly upon
the blood and mucous surfact-fl. Hall's
Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine It
w3 prescribed by one of the best phy
sicians In this country for years and Is
a regular prescription. It Is composed of
the best tonics known, combined with the
best blood purifiers, acting directly on tho
mucous surfaces. The perfect combina
tion of the two Incretllents is what pro
duces such wonderful results in curing
catarrh Send for testimonials, free
F. J CHENEY fc CO.. Props . Toledo. O
Sold by Druggists, ptico 3c
TaVe Hall's Fatally mils for constipation.
General Electric 6 lbs.
Westinghouse 6 lbs.
American Beauty 6 lbs.
We have all of the above appliances
are sold subject to acceptance or
The Only Daylight Picture
House in the State
The Best Pictures Project
ed the Proper Way
Matinees Sunday, Tuesday
Friday and Saturday.
Evening Performance at
7 O'clock Sharp.
Come Early and get your
PRICES ALWAYS THE SAME
JACOB SCHMID, Prop
THE PASSION PLAY
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY DEC. 7TH AND 8TH.
3,000 feet of genuine hand colored film is used In presenting this
great play. New In every particular. Made by Patho Bros, of Paris
Admission 10c and 15c.
We Handle The
Gallup Domestic Lump $14.50 per Ton
Dawson Fancy Nut . . . $13.50 per Ton
Order Some and be Convinced
Brophy Carriage Company
Phone 284 Lowell Ariz.
THE ANTLERS CAFE
MAIN STREET OPPOSITE P. 0. PHONE 221
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Electric Sewing Machine
Hot Point 6 lbs. Price
PROGRAM FOR TUES. WED. &
Overture "Faust" Royal Orchestra
"COPPER MINES, BINGHAM.
UTAH" (Edison) Showing the
largest copier mine in the world,
and the City ot Hlnghdm which is
sixty feet wide and six miles long.
-A SUFFRAGETTE IN SPITE OF
HIMSELF" (Editon) Comedy.
"THE UPRISING" (Lubln) An ex
citing Indian story of early days
in Arlxonb with the Apaches.
"A TURN OF FORTUNE" (Cines)
The story of a young man who
certainly had the fates working
over time in his behalf.
"A MISTAKEN CALLING" (Es
sanay) Maggie is the cook but she
discovers tbe muse ot iwotry lurk
ing in her yes. Quits hr Joo
for the higher calling. What an
experience she has. A scream from
start to finish.
Two Best Brands of
On The Market
Water Heater g
Baby Bottle Heater
$500 - Life Guarantee
for ale and all