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THE BISBEE DAILY REV IEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY 5, 1913.
VAN DYKE 1ELLS OF -
GBEAT PROSPERITY IN
IHE Mill COUNTRY
SHOWS PROGRESS IN
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS: laln Web
ber & Co- Boc.ton and Calumit.
Logan & Bryan, Chicago nd "iw
York. t Jg
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
Declares That Work of Min-
Country Must Be Better!
Many Properties Producing
and Others Are Under De
A New Pair
If They Rip
ins Enterprises There In-! Prepared Than It Was in
sures Income of $9,000,000 Past Conflicts, He Says. -
velopment Senator Tun
nel Is Now in Service.
Annually. Talks of Cuba
GLOBE MAY HAVE
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.
MFRS., SAN FRANCISCO
ARBITRATION GOING .
ENTIRELY TOO FAR
NEW LOCAL PAPER
. . ARE NOW REPORTED
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PHOENIX, Jan. 4. "Upon the com.
plction of IN construction work nowj for immedlate war and far better pre
In progress at Miami the Income fori pared than the country has been for
the community will amount to $9.00O,-i Paa wars 'a'as & feature of an ad
000 yearly.' said Cleve Van Dyke or dress b? Theodora Koosevelt at a con
Miami, publisher of the Globe Silver-! ference of the Military Historical So
nt.it tr .-!.-,.. -,.-. !.. .-. (clety of Massachusetts. Col. Roose-
-V--T w UU1VVVQ tVl'IVOVHUtillV vwJi
nt 4t.w. An.. V.n Ti.i... ..1 1m I
" UfcUlCO. UUILCB ilUUU.I IU-
como is $15,000,000.
Construction work covering a radi
us of sli miles Is under yray at Mia
mi. Fifteen million dollars are be
ing expended in this vast work. Mia-
mi now ranks third in the United,
states and fourth in tnp world as a
camrJ for demonstrated oro ; body, or
The Inspiration Consolidated is lo
cated at Miami. "The only Instance)
I know of where John Pierpont Mor-'
Tnc income of Butte, MonL, one of, veu """' "r'S"eu war uqpari- ot a 8trcat of exceient 0re. A cour
the biggest mining camps In the nt mei ot t1! p 1 1 warr P.lr ',er man was 8hown 80me f the re"
world, is only a few millions ahead' Iod" as wel1 aa ,Wsh off,,cla4. fi tho-nd while not able to assay it with
Ban underwrote tne Donas or a mm-, oucti.
Ing company was with this cora-1 Col. Roosevelt, however, said that
pany," said Mr. Van Dyke. "This rep-once an agreement to arbitrate had
resents the opinion capitalists have "been made between nations it should
of that section." J be kept. After his address he explain-
Van Dvke is one of the leadlnsced he believed the United States
men of Gila county. He believes that
Phoenicians do not fully realize what
a great amount of work is under way
'and' the importance of Miami, which
is practically a new town.
The plant of tho dally Silver-Belt
will be moved this month from Globe
to Miami. "Our reason for moving is la"" ou "";." l " t E
'-because Miami ds developing wy to ar with us he said.
,s centrally located. Miami has had a prescnted by w,am Dunning
tremendous growth. Others parts of y6rk fl ldent 0I
'Arizona dont fully realize, what lsthe AmerIcan Historical Society,
fcoing on. Our paper will continue tot Teg of A Defects
hako care of Globe, though, .the plant ..Jf j ever 8nouId havo occasion to
Jivlll be in Miami." said Van Dykp. wrlte al)0Ut the Spanish war." said
K is understood tnai me piani oi.the coionel. "I should have to write
Jthe old daily Globe has been pur
chased by James H. Klrbjv.whowlll
.Te-establish the paper. Kirby former
ly' resided in Graham county. The
Silver-Celt was established in GloW
In 187S and Ik one of the oldest pa
pers in the state.
Van Dyke arrived In the "city yes
terday and expects to leave for homo
tonight. While hflre he is a guest
at the Adams.
. THE PARGELS POST
. Readers of The Review have prob
ably noticed from the advertisements
of tho Phelps Dodge Mercantile com
pany that they are strictly up to the
minute and have seized upon the par
cels nost system With great vigor to
Iffesent to their out-of-town custom-
ei of the advAntages ot, snoppms or
thia system. This is in line with
their progressive spirit la taking" lm-;
mediate advantage of the facilities
now: oJfered by the parcels post sys
tem which undoubtedly will develop
and expand their trade and bring them
in. closer touch with the people liv
ing-In the rural districts.
T-t,- ?a -n rome back" when S.
because this" great blood; remedy so thoroughly cleanses the circulation
that not a particle of the old virus is left. After the blood has been puri
fied bv S S S., this vital fluid is as free from, infection as itxvas before the
disease s "contracted. One reason why S. S. S. is so successful III the
treatment of Contagious Blood Poison is that this medicine strengthens
and builds up the stomach and digestive members while it is purifying the
, , . i-,i oil fhr. Bvstprate strength is left to assist ia the elimination
of the virus. S. S. S. is the onecertain cure for this powerful blood disor
der This claim is aot based upon the treatment of a few cases here and
there but its success extends over a period of more than forty years. Dur-
in-" this time tnonsancs upon uuumuujmk u-. VL J
of "this srreat remedy and all were wilhcg to testify that there was no
ni inis S .,... i - -S VoA driven the virus out. S. S. S. does not
a. .. . T i i m. - ir a i ii h tsi n t t rt'T t n tt v
. ? . i t,i
tain a particle of harmful mineral;
n Van- Home Treatment Book and
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
i r-mn-im; IcHiiHrmr. Wnrks
We are. now in the Market
for the Purchase of -
Copper Ore and Copper Matte
Copper Queen ,.Qmsc4idited Miiiag Co.
BOSTON. Jan. 4. A warning that
tho United States must be prepared
,k. Un.l ,. ol,l,l .,.
J uai . Kcui.aM nk uiuvo
ing his experience In that war with
the high authorities and "red tape.
The principle of arbitration. Roose
velt said, was being carried too far
.,,, ., iaiwin- ion nti Mtontinn to
be pjd to needed" preparations for
war. w -
"If you teach a soldier that he can
arbitrate a slap in the face he won't
fight And likewise if you teach a na
tion to arbitrate a matter of vital in-
terest to it, it won't fight,'
should arbitrate Its present dispute
with rGeat Britain "relative to Pan
ama Canal tolls. '
"There is but one way to maintain
peace, and that is by keeping our
army and navy in such a state of pre
paration that there will be no temp-
very harshly of the high officers of
the army and navy. Tho defects of
the army men were more obvloas
than those of the naval officers. The
fault, "however, was not theirs- It
was the fault of the system which
for thirty years had' resulted In no
adequate preparation tor war.
"Tho Brigade commanders In our
army In Cuba had never seen a Bri
gade In service since the civil war,
and then they were lieutdnants or
captains! Since the" civil war their
time had been spent in an' army post
with a company or perhaps a half
company, where the all-absorbing top
ic of conversation consisted of petty
fights between tho Captain and the
The colonel said the non-commls-sloned
officers and junior officers of
the line, such as lieutenants and ca
tains, who served in Cuba, were ex
cellent The higher officers, he as
serted, "were markedly inferior to the
officers or corresponding rank in the
"Bureau chiefs In the war depart
ment before the war occurred were
described by the Colonel as "high
minded, estimable gentlemen, but ut
terably unable to understand the con
ditions of modern warfare."
One complained to him. he related,
that "his department was running all
riebt until tie war came along." An
other, Col. Roosevelt averred, told
him to use black gunpowder, explain
ing: "The smoke will hide your men."
S. S. cures" Contagious Blood Poison
it can be used with perfectsafetyby
any medical advice free to alt.
SPECIFIC CU, AILAHIA, UA.
The following resume ot the min
ing industry In Yavapai county ts
from the Prescott Courier;
New Find In Old Claim
Assessment work upon tho Fourth
of July claim, owned by George Hart-
mann and George Harbauer, ot this
city, has resulted in the tllBcovcry
the naked eye or by any other means.
was impressed with the fact that it Is.
good live "rock", and certainly con-1
tains considerable copper and galena.'
Some of the "ore is said to assay as;
high as $100 per' ton in silver alone. i
Tho pieces ot ore evidently came;
from a good sized streak, some of thc
pieces Inspected being nearly a foot;
thick.. The claim Is situated about!
one mile from the Boblett ranch,
on Lynx creek, and has a shaft which.
Ib 100 feet in depth. Many years'
ago, when silver was about one dollar
per ounce, considerable ore was tak
en from tho claim and shipped.
Bagdad Is Busy Camp
Arrivals irom Eureka district state
that the road ibetween Hillside sta
tion and the camp of the Bagdad
Copper company on Copper Creek is
more traveled than it has been for
several years past. The lO-horse
team of Jeff Davis makes regular
trips to the camp, hauling tho new
drill and other freight for the com
pany, and the heavy stage of Lon
Bennett, drawn by four horses, s
loaded to the guards every trip with
passengers and freight. Two othei
teams of four horses each those o
'iljsssrs. Scott and Durfee are also
aiding In lowering the pile of freight
which has accumulated at Ililtsidc
station. It Is stated that the Bag
dad company recently bored a hole
upon one of the Mesa claims .to a
depth of over 400 feet, passing
through the deposit of copper ore.
which at this point Is seventy feel
thick. The borings at this point are
made for the purpose of exploiting
the ground ahead of the long tunnel
.Drifting fom Senator Tunnel
- The great Senator tunnel, more
than three-fifths ot a mile in length,
is now being quite extensively uti
lized for the purpose for which it
was run. Recently a force of men
was placed at'work by the Commer
cial company, and they are now en
gaged in running a drift upon the
Cashier vein, which is intersected by
the tunnel some 3000 feet from the
mouth. The drift is being run in a
southerly direction, and has backing
of several hundred feet. Close to
the Cashier vein- arc tho Cash and
the Snoozer, ail three having demon
strayed their value by the produc
tion of ore of excellent grade. The
big tunnel cuts several of a series ot
veins, and if projected a few hun
dred feet further would cut s.tlll
other veins of proven value above
the tunnel level.
New Wagon Road to Mine
Herman Voge, one of the principal
stockholders of the Niagara Copper
company, paid a flying visit to Pres
cott during the past week, coming
from the camp of the company in
,Euceka district. He reports much ae
uvity at the camp or tne uagaan
company, and good results of work
being done upon the Niagara group
sf copper-gold claims, adjoining the
Bagdad properties. A. force of men
is building a road to the Bagdad
camp- at Copper. Creek, the route ol
the n5w road ielng by way of Ma
rooney gulch. Th's piece of road
will be about two miles in length,
will have a maximum grade not
greater than eight per cent and is
Being constructed by the Bagdad
company for the purpose of avoiding
the steen Ditches in the old road.
The building of this road will Involve
considerable labor and expense, as
there is much cut work to be dons.
Busy at Davis
About thirty men arq, working for
J, W. Twiggs in whit Is popularly
known as the old Davis mines, nea
Senator, taking out shipping ore. be
sides this force, who are on the pay
roil, three or four parties of sub
leasers are also busy at different
places upon the property, and it is
stated that George Rowe will also
take a block or grouna unaer lease in
a few days, rne output oi ore is
said to be very satisfactory. In one
of .the tunnels which is 'being stop
"ed. and which has over 100 "feet of
back, the ore streak has materially
Widened and--now shows over a foot
wide of oro of shipping grade.
Becoming Big Industry
The Puntenney lime quarries are
the scene of much activity, these
day. About one hundred men are
employed, quite a large proportion
of them being carpenters who are
erectinc new bins and buildings. A
new kiln was completed a few daye
ago. The product of the Pimtennev
kilns is of iucn htsa grade mat, it
has by its quality created a big
demand, and the business Is increas
Climax Machinery Going In
J R. Lowry, recently In from the
Skull Valley and Copper Basin sec
tions, reports a large quant'ty ot ma
chlnery and pipe sUll at the railroad,
awaiting transportation to the. Climax
niiySe. (RuiTnerW'&tygfmuJeljeams arc
busy on- the Job. -One"'wagon, heavily
loaded, turned turlla off a portion-61
the road which .&"$ ocpn repaired
recently, the outside wheels? cutting
so deep that the rsgon dapslfced. The
-road, as a whole,' however,' Is Jsajd
-to be In good shape.
: Vcnezia Will Ship- Rich Ore
Very- favorable reports continue to
PARKER WOODMAN IS
HE TO START WORK
Will Go to Pearce to Begin
Operation on Common
Parker AVoodman, the Xormer mill
ing superintendent with the Copper
Queen here, arrived tin Bisbeo last
night from his hompiin Phoenix. Mr.
Woodman Is the new president at
the Commonwealth Extension Mining
company and he comes to Cochise
county now to start work on the pro
perty owned by his company and
which Is In an extension of the oij
Commonwealth mine at Pearco which
in the past yielded many millions to
Considerable work has already "boyn
done on .the Extension property, as
It is known and a showing of ore has
been made that makes it decidedly -in
attractive proposition. . During the
next few days Mr. Woodman will go
to Pearce and organize a develop
ment force and he will remain at the
property for .two weeks until every
thing is put in easy motion.
TUCSON JUSTICE IS
CLIilSG TO JOB
Says He Will Observe Regu
lar Omce Hours Until su
preme Court Decides
TUCSON, Jan. 4. Justice Comstock
was at his office on Pennington street
is usual yesterday. sltUng behind a
bank of-red carnations sent with the
compliments and best wishes of a
friend. He stated that he would con
tinue to keep his old office hours
every day until the supreme court
took final action settling the ques
tion of the legality 'of the precinct
question. , ,
Two cases that were to have been
heard in Justice Comstock's court yes
terday were" transferred, at the re
Jucst of County Attorney HUzinger,
to the court ot Justice Johnson, who,
Thursday, was appointed justice of
the new Tucson precinct by the board
of supervisors, and the following nota
tion was made on the docket:
"By request or County Attorney HU
zinger this caste is transferred to the
court of O. Jj. Johnson on account of
the action ot the county supervisors in
their a,pcThtment uy O. !. Johnson as
justice of the peace under Chapter
No. 42 of session laws of 1912 and !n
order to avoid any coraplicaUon in the
action of Justice this order is made
by the court."
When asked what was the status
ot the jtfstlce courts here since the
action of the board of supervisors,
County Attorney Hilzinger said:
"The action of the board automati
cally deprived Justice C-ovnioe1'
authority until the Cochise county in
junction case is determined by the su
preme court. If the higher court de
cides that the precinct law Is uncon
stitutional that will restore him to his
former authority. If, one the other
hand, the law is held to be valid, the
iction of the board of supervisors will
Clean, cotton rags at Review office.
come from the Veneria. Connection
is tIng made between the tunnel
and the first level of the shaft, and
i winze which is being sunk shows
a splendid ore streak which grows
gradually wider with depth". Besides
the big streak of mill ore exposed
throughout tho entire length of the
level, ore was recently encountered
which runs 12 to 13 ounces in gold
per ton. This ore is being sacked,
and will be shipped for treatment.
Will Ship From U. S. Mlne
The owners of the old U. S. Mine
In Copper Basin, are mining and pre
paring for shipment, a carload ot
lead-zinc ore. The ore comes from
a part of the mine recently opened up,
and present Indications are that the
old mine will be a steady producer
hereafter. A quarter of a century
ago the IT. S. produced nmcfc ore
running as high as 60 per cent lead,
and which also carried good value in
silver. More, recent work has opened
up bodies of zinc, then objectionable
but iiqw finding a ready market
SCO Feet in Ore
Bethel Grey was a visitor to Pres
cott, yesterday, from the Fortune
mine on upper Big Bug. He reports
that the driving of the tunnel was
recently resumed, and that every
pound removed from the tunnel for
tho last ten feet is ore. The tunnel
has now penetrated a continuous ore
.H1?! auiey. wao.rejurneoirom
the rCast!e Creek section on Tburs-
I TJ 'I'AATIA 'snnl, Bnllllrttl . M'nilMI.
qay. repons mat wave atorgan re'-en'-
which assays 60 per ton.' Th ore
wo ivuii'i in ouun, fc u-i'V" "
about forty feet
chute for. over, 500 feet, wllhi-.iuij-
'Resort sra 'Strike '-'' -
KIN6S OF THE FOREST
COMING TO ROYAL
Wonderful Animal Pictures
Will Be Shown for
, .Some one has said "Every wild life
iiuti with a tragedy," and it is that
.wliioh comprises the sensations invest
ed in dating and danger experienced
with the man-eaters. The life and
loath acts In the circus are tin' most
highly 'pa'd, and the trainer is the
king of them- all for "his risk in ven
turing, into the cage of the powct'ul
p-wed lion or tho treacherous-tiger.
The adventurous youpg- mind is ever
interested in the1 tales of the hunter
and the explorer in the" wilds where
a man. daring and resourceful, has to
fight for supremacy.
The ordinary plays cmbraciug an
imals are so palpably artificial that
they are seldom convincing. In the
"Kings of the Forest." the case 11
distinctly different. In the bis sranes
of the forest and the jungle, he lone
ly veldt and the blistering desert, all
tho surroundings have been secured
to make them not only pictorial, hut
lifelike In the biggest and best snse
of the word.
"Kings of the Forest" not only has
the Cape Country atmosphere and en
vironment, but fine sentiment and a
strong emotional drift to comport with
the big drift or its daring and adven
ture. These wonderful pictures will have
their first showing at the Royal Thea
tre Tuesday. Wednesday and Thurs
day, Jan. 7. S. 9., and everyone should
make it a point to see them as thej'
are by far the greatest nature pic
tures ever produced.
TUCSON, Jan- 4 The Arizona
1'ioneers "society, consisting of mem-
tjv who " ave been in Arizona s'nee
1S70, helij la annual meeting tn.id:iy
at the headquarters of the o-?ania-tion
on West Congress street. As a
result, it is planned to rejuvenate the
society, extend Its activities and make
I a more potent Influence through the
Officers were elected as follows:
E. N. Fish, president; B. M. Jacobs,
treasurer, and Charles 11. Tully, sec
retary. Mr! Tully takes the place of
S R. DeLong, who has been secre
tary for some years. On account ot
advancing age and infirmitiet.. Mr.
BeLong preferred not to be re-elected.
The following directors were chos
en: John J. Hill, A. Olson. A. B.
Palmer and S. R. Delxng.
To select 14 vice-president, one
for each county of the state, a com
mittee comprising E. N. Fish, S. R.
DeLong and Charles H. Tully was
chosen. The next meeting1 of the Pio
neers will be held February a. Tho
vice presidential nomination will
then be acted upon, and a vote of
thanks will be gfyen former Secre
tary DeLong for his past faithful ser
vices. Farmers and Ranchers Ev
erywhere Savings Money on
Ranchers and farmers who are In
terested in irrigating their land can
secure from -the ADAMS PIPE
WORKS any amount of water pipe
3t a remarkably low price. This com-
Iany has just received many car
loads of water pipe, and in order to
dispose, of thia at once they have re
duced the price on all sizes and make
no charge for cartage to any depot
in Los Angeles.
This company i pleased to receive
email orders as well as large once,
;-nd can cut and fit the pipe to your
Thu sues they have In stock are
1 in at " f)1 tm lmnlArt
m. u r . , rtr l"P uunuicu
11-4 at ' Sets per ft
1 1-2 fn at 5 3-4 cU per ft
2 In. O. D. at . , 6 els per ft.
2 in. New Standard it . .9 cts per ft
3 :n, O. D. dipped at 12 3-4 cts per ft
1 1-2 In O. D dlp'd at 15 2-4 cts ler ft
4 In O. D. Xew at 17 1-2 cts per ft.
5 5-8 casings at 20 cts per ft.
8 in. No. 1G guage, riveted.
dipped irrigating pipe at 21c per ft.;
10 in. No. 16$guage, riveted j
dipped. Irrigating pipe at 27c per f -'
And many other sizes In well casln&
l half the value of new pipe. t
The ripe and casing purchased from
-f At .! .ttCiT nrrlatic: " ,
Ko "charge fu .-made- for :cartagejto
stA1,1C DTDET WAPIf?
( 2025 Bay Street, Los Ansclbs
Cal. F1517, Bdwyn2&l.l
this Company ts sold under a guar- rww'-n'WTTVf vt t - ,
or m iivjbi iiiB ui n. l ivnHvvt vu wi - t
write the AtMSlSiPU-K WbltKS.atid
Office Main St,
, COPPER QUEEN HOTEL'
'Al- arid1 High Class Cafe
Special $1.00 Table d!Hote Dinner From 5;39 lo 8 p.'m.
Reg lar 50c Luncheon Daily HENRY P0PPEN, Manage,
Lumber Lime, Cementj
Paint of All Kinds, Build
ers' Hardware, Plate and
We wish to call especial attention to the fact that we
are putting in a complete line of B .P. S. Paints,
manufactured and guaranteed by THE PATTERSON-SARGENT
CO., Cleveland, Ohio.
Henwratkins Lumber Co.
THE ANTLERS CAFE
MAIN STREET OPPOSITE P. 0. PHONE 221
r a 1 ace Livery
and Undertaking Co.
Bowen &. Hubbard, Proorietors
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Phone " Phone
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CHICHESTER S PILLS
W the uiamosh nttAM. '
lUAJioND 1!HAM 1'ILL. fc a;
Krt Urn M Be.Ssfe. Alws Krtol.U.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EYERMIERE
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A Little Good-Goal
-i , 'in i ji.,
Makes a big. hot flrfe wh'e'n' a
a lot of poor coal fcetids', otit n'
heat at all. It la c'eofeomlcaf to
buy our coal becauso it Js
clean, goes farthest, makes
most heat, leaves very little ash"
and costs no more per ton than
Ioorer grades. We deliver to
any part of the city.
Oak chunks. Juniper and Oak
wood. Any length.
& Feed Company
Opp. Palace" Sfablcs
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
MEXIGO RAILROAD GO.
C-55 a. m. Lv Clifton ar. 3:53 p. ra.
734 a. m. Lv Guthrie I,v3:13 o. m.
S 18 a. m. I.v Duncan l.v'2':2S p m.
0 38 a. m Lv Lordsburg'Lv 1:23 p. m.
10:45 a. m. Ar Hachita ,Lv 11:50 p. m.
South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific west bound train
No. 1, leaving Lordsburg-10:57 a. nt.
Socth bound train connects with El
Pas & Southwestern K'east 'bound
train for El Paso, leaving -Hachita at
11.50 a. m.. Mountain Time, and
with west bound train 'lor' Douglas
and Bisbce, leaving Hachita at 10; 50
a. m.. Mountain Time. , ,
It, K. ' JJtlNSON,
Clifton, Ariz. General Passenger Agent
O. K. LIVERY and
ROBEIIT HENNESar. Prop.
Pftone 15. Op. Depot Ambulant
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