Newspaper Page Text
THE BISBEE DAILY BEV IEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAYMORNING. JAN UARY 5, 1913.
tt... " . ' SMJPJIIiL,! ULlfg ft. B
iMany Acres Reclatmable
and Susceptible of Irri
gation Are Not Under
GOOD WATER SUPPLY
Lack of Interest on Part of
General Public Leaves
Market in Hands
G. & A. PRODUCTION
" The state tand commission at ths
time of Its appointment was suppose!
la have primarily to do with the
srUocl land Belecjion within the state,
Uut the amount or tnibllc tends with
in. the state Is also large and of neo
tissJty needs looking after The pub
lic lamia gf the .itate Is not confined
to one locality anymore than is the
school lands, and often n locaUns
tchool lind it became necestary for
h commission to have a great deal
to do -with the -general public land.
In reference to this condition, the
state land commission recently said
"Co-jolntly With' the work of ex
amining the school lands in the dis
tricts islted the conyntssloner is not
only examining the unappropriated
imbllc lands miuch -are thus trav
elled, -yrlth a vleV to recomraenda
Uons for selections In satisfaction of
the congressional grants, but through
the search or official and private rec
ords of water appropriations, surveys'
and engineering reports, as -well as
from other sources, is gleaned varied
and valuaMe Information which it Is
expected will lead to the making of
the cholcert possIMe selections.
"While the impression seems to
quite generally prevail that practlc.
ally all of Arizona's lands suscepu
hie ot Irrigation lie within, the limits
of the few projects already estate
llshed and a very few contemplated
enterprises which are well known to
the public, the coramiss'on, as a re
sult of its thus far Immature and In
complete investigations, holds a wide
ly different view
"The commission Is convinced that
wlihlh the next few years the im
pounding and development of water,
by means of surface and underground
dams, or reservoirs and canals and
through the medium of artesian and
other wells, 'will work the reclama
tion or millions of acres of fertile
lands now regarded as hopeless des
ert wastes. So urgent is the ever
westward pressing demand, and so
real is the need, for farms, it ear
not be doubted that while land is land
the last dream-view of a promised
empire will be some hardy explorer
be followed to its end. and the last
resources' of the always resourceful
and never-tiring promoter will be ex-
hansted. the last measure of engl-
neerinc skill and engerulty drained
to Its bottom, to bring this vision of
an erstwhile wilderness dotted- with
-trnatwrniis .homes to a happy reali
zation. The commission Is searching
for the places where this dream will
njost likely and earliest come true,
iiml for the other places where a lit'
tic later but full as likely since thu
possibility , of reclamation approxi
Mates certainty it will be trough:
"Deslrintc to be equipped with at
Jeast a'primary knowledge of the en
tire state, as a basis for ihe more
accurate. determination of value
Avbich comes only through compari
son the .commission is not as yet pre
pared tVmake any spoclHcreeommen
datlons for grant selections, though
several important areas are being con
sidered. Although the occasion for
all -iiossrbte haste In this matter5 is
realized and with this realization Ibo
nork is b-nr pushed forward with
-mJ.SiiT,t ranldifv. It is confidently
believed that the best results can be
obtained only by tne exercise in
sonable caution and mature judgment,
based upon actual and careful lnyestt-
,-As shown by the United States
-j ffi.o rornrds. and by the coro-
misnipner-s observations In the field,
many- choice, small tracts are being
.filed and "settled upon, by Individual
"i. nv-Ai- anrl BDeculators. while
.,.- .o nr the owners of lieu land
scrinU are. aMively gobbling, such
purveyed -areas, generally insign H.
rant in size.' as seem most desirable
lit the great bodies of unreclaimed
tends which to the mlrfds of the com
"?JiLnr offer the chief opportunl-
ires for development remain compara
lively untouched. The number of In
quiries being received by the comrals
2 on however. Trora companies, cor
SonTand Individ!. reqoesUng
iffiaSlon as t irrigational possi
Wlltles and descriptions or large
areas which by the employment of
ttl mJghtl made productive give
gidence of the hlehX
?..,.-j r'tn fhg near future, while
treouent appl caUons for particulars
-irequeui '''. ,.., ia rprlama-
eqaceming x" " " -" pi ' ,-,
lion laws. -such as the Carey act.
"i? .k trl trrisaU n law. indl-
Ite that numerous definite and spe-
SS? enterprises are "being projected.
HomeWers in Urge
g roTparUcuia" ns the lease
and in many u"""""1 ; ,
?na J h AfisumDUon that in-
rh s.v J suss
i,'irchase 01 pnvam .-. --- -j,.irtuo
iiv answered, ana
TiixTPOX, 'Jan. A Early .narket
showed absolute lack of public Inter
est and the professional condition ot
trading. The reaction esterday was
evidently engineered by bear Into:
ests and the rally today was due io
short covering with tery little outside
participation. Granby was compara
lively weak at the open'ng on execu
tlon of a few selling orders but .he
loss was soon regained and the clo.se
was strong. The rest of the lotal llsi
iowed no change worthy of men
Calumet and Arizona production for
month of December was 5,840,000
pounds blister. This Includes Sbat
tuck and Arizona copper and Is the
total output ot smelter for month.
PAINE WEBBER & CO.
Local curbs unchanged. American
holds at 8 3-4 bid and Denn CU-4 bid.
Warren quoted 4 1-8 bid and 4 1-2 ask
ed. Total sales iN'ew York 135.600.
CLOSING QUOTATIONS, Jan. 4
(L. J. Overlock)
American Smelters 72 Vi
iAtchlson 103 7-8
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 91
Baltimore and Ohio 10G
Chesapeake and Ohio 79
Canadian Pacific 263 7-8
Great Northern 1301-2
lnterboro Common IS 1-2
Lehigh Valley 167
Louisville and Nashville 141
Missouri Pacific 41..-1
New York Central 1081-2
Rock Island 24
Steel Common . ., ts
Steel Pfd 110
St. Paul . 1133-4
Southern Pacific '. lOt. 1-2
Union Pacific 161
May 91 S
July ..'......... s i-i
Arizona Commercial ,
Calumet and Hecla
Calumet and Arizona ....
Copper Range ......'.i...
Greene Cananea 9 2-8
Indiana - '
Inspiration Consolidated : 19
Isle Ttoyale "-
Lasalle ....... i-
"lH,mt .. 2C1-2
JIayflower ,.... "
Mason, Valley, bid 10
North Butte -
Old Colony ,
Phelps Dodge ;
Qulncy " f
Ray Consolidated. 21-4
Chottiirlr ............... ZJ
Utah Consolidated - "ll Jo
Utah Copper - 591-2
Nevada Consolidated 19 3-4
Wnlvprlne ...... 74
Butte Superior W
B. and A. ..
C and L.
Bohemia . . .
.Denn bid ..
Davis Daly ..
Elenlta ax .
err Lake ..
nre'ferred to the various publicity
aKent board, throughout
tfee state. '
MAY VISIT HERE.
'" Manager LocWe Informs us that he
Company lor , ice "" -- -
few Skt; TiMW wag" t
self mostly to 0w cities and there W
f.!H.B!l-- it haviBC a date ojxa-
the current ,k-"- -?
fttUm-a-V ......... .. '
UJwn"J "-" o
San Antonio ax
Tonopah nelmont ,,5
a TnA . ............ 13-
Warrior bid ""
Calumet Oil bid 36
Baltimore Oil tax 45
SHK At LowelPs
rf ml "f "'WmMir fr- ml
FMm.- EZSmtegilS JMS If W f
mi m$mM w
'E have gone about this, our first big Clearance Sale,
in a determined manner. Our purpose is to clear
the shelves of all Winter Stock, so as to present a bright
new store for the reception of our Spring-Goods. Get the
habit of saving time and money by shopping here.
SEE OUR DISPLAY IN SHOW WINDOWS
CLEARANCE SALE OF
Fancy Dress Goods
BARGAIN TABLE SPECIALS
CLEARANCE SALE OF
Reduce the high cost of your living ex
penses this year hv profiting by such ex
ceptionally good' staple goods that are
offered to you in this sale. Fancy Dress
goods for house or street wear also ex
cellent materials for children's school
dresses, Blue, Brown, Tan, Gray and
35c qual. for 25c yd. 75c qual for 50c yd
Every Remnant has been taken fromjour
shelves, measured and marked at astonishingly
low prices. Goods of all descriptions are in
CLEARANCE SALE OF
These are by far the best quality of out
ings that it has ever been our good for
tune tn possess, and with the increased
cost of cotton, it would be impossible for
us to offer you again the same grade at
anything near the same price
!5c quality now 12Jc yd.
fa '" ' "jaw
Mrfv:W?-'i JfeSlggpy ffiS??-i
To say this is a bargain would be ex
pressing it mildly. Messaline Silks are
noted for their exceptionally rich ap
pearance as well as their wonderful
wearing qualities These are in all the
more desirable colors and two tone color
effects. Select enough for your Dress
or Vafst Pattern. 1
Regular Price 31.00, Sale Price 75c
CLEARANCE SALE QF
Silk Finished Challies
CLEARANCE SALE OF
35c grade now 25c 30c grade now
22J4c 25c grade now 20c
PILES' CU.RED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Yost drugftist win refund money U
PAZ6 OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching. Blind, Breeding or
Protruding Piles in C to 14 days.
50 ceats. 113
IU l-O 'v'C. v i ,
2w "fgfc'i mf l f)Mf
41-: i i i Kiim m
1 1 HI I
U I K- W
. . Jl" I 1 1 Ml TMWi
Amoskeag Apron Ginghams
In Checks and Stripes, 12 Yards For
Not more than 12 yds. to a customer
y2 Off Holiday Goods Vs Holiday Candies
. n 1 B
m Clearance oaie mens
sOi 1 and Young Men's Suits
Whjle in this assortment of fapcv striped
or figured challies the variety is not great
but the stvles are good. These make
ideal Dresses for Afternoon wear, also
for the short or long kimona or chil
dren's Dresses. Be one of the first to
nake your selection.
Regular Price -45cyd. Now 25c yd.
CLEARANCE SALE OF
Reg. Price 20c Sale Price 15c yd.
'No need to look further if you are in search of the
very best values this sale price will buy. Stop here
wp have the color, the style and the cloth that will
be most becoming to you and most pleasing toyour
fancy. Select your suit early today. Your choice of
any value up to $18.00.
Clearance Sale Men's
and Young Men's Suits
Think now of buving a suit that not only means the
saving of dollars. But most important of all the.
wav it is going to look on you after you have made
vour Purchase. You will make no mistake when
vow make your selection from such grades as we
cary In stock. Hirsch Wickweire, Ilart Schaffner &
Marx, Benjamin and Fit-Form. Your choice of any
Value up to $25.00.
Men's House Coats
or Smoking Jackets
Here is one of the very best
values in our Clearance Sale.
In Plain or Fancy colors or
plain or fancy trimmed coats.
Values up to $12.50
Sale Price $5.00
Sizes 30 to 36
Youths overcoats in good
styles and full lengths. In
the more popular colors and
cloths. Buy one now that
will do you for many seasons
Reg. Values $11.00
Sale Price $7.00
pMnMM9A' ' "
' fc-fcrv .jpiy w wpffU-"