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HE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS.
BISBEE. ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANlTARV 5, 1913.
(STRICT MAKES GREAT ADVANCEMENT DURING 1012
F FT! PER CE
m pnpocD n
The Past One has Been a Good Year for Bisbee and Sur
rounding District and Future Was Never Brighter;
Shattuck Resumed Production on a Five Year Ore
Contract at C & A. Smelter - Both Copper Queen
and C. & A. Expected to Make Greater Increase in
Production During 1913. Last Two Months Were
MANY NEW FEATURES
Increase In the output of the mines by nearly fifty per cent, higher
xvages. shorter hours and more men employed were Borne of the good
things that 1912 brought to Hlsbee am! the Warren District
One year ago the mines ot the district were shipping to the smelters
at Douglas r.bout 4,000 tons per day. I-ast month the ore shipments
v:ere closer to 6,000 tons per day oa the average. Then wages had been
raised from $3.25 and $3.50 to $3.75. Now the mucker is getting his
$3.73 and the miner $4. Then the day's -work was eight hours under
ground exclusive o fthe time going and coming from and to the mouth
o fthe shaft an dtaken for lunch, while now the day 1 eight hours from
collar to collar and the men lunch o n the company's time, making the
actual work day something less than seven and a half hours instead of
something more than eluhL It has Deeu a good year for Bisbee.
During the year 191? Shattuck besan shipping in important quantities
and largely increased its force. This year shipments Irom that prorerty
will be further increased to double the present dailj ot-lput of 250 tons.
The rear will see an Increase In the output of the C. and A. mines a3
well and the Copier Queen may be expected to still further enlarge it
output. It cannot be expected that j year hence will show fifty per cent
more ore going to the smelters as has been done in the past twelve,
months but a further substantia! growth can he expected. When Calumet
and Arizona has its new smelter complete it will be able to handle consid
erable more than at the present timo and there Is always the probability
ot other properties starting up. Thereto reason to expect much in the yea
r which has juet opened, reason !oexect more than a continuance of th
e present prosperity which is nowboing enjoyed. There are no indlcat
ions of falling metal prices and maintenance of present figures is h
guaranty of continued heavy prpduc-tlon. lji55SSiH
Two Record. Mor.ths. . practically ay Q,the water from the
November and December were reo-(mines of the dlstrltt was first hoisted
ord months Tor the Copper Queen through the Junction. The fact that
companv. New figures in production ' ,he Hriggs sMps direct from its own;
and new figures in development work6mft ls another development of 1912 1
v.-ere (-routed and besides this other that worthy of comment
work was planned and started, con-
struction work and the installation ot)
machinery of this company In Decern-
ber were 4,000. C. and A. for some
time past has been shipping about
1750 tons dally and Shattuck is ship
nine 250. Thus are the figures of C.OUJ
tons arrived at. In order to handle
the output of the Copper Queen mines
at Douglas it lias been found neces
sary to star Sunday work at the
t,.,nl.,r- An ..Ml! hetter thinm :irfr One ot C. 3Ed A
contemplated by the company. Soraet Another rumor relative to these
or these plans have already been an' Properties is to the fect that a
nounced and others are expected totunnel 8to,b I,ut ln through a nar
be in the very near future. It is a w "trip of Denn property In order
safe and conservative prophesy that) to reach and work the Sag naw prop-
the year 1913 will be the busiest in
. .'. . v i.i
the History 01 t;iat company
Ncm Work continues.
By the Copper Queen excavation
work is being continued for the foun
dation of the new hoist at the Sacra
mento, for new compressors and boil
ers, for the. new change house at the
Southwest and grading s being don?
for another new change house at the
Sacramento. Construction work1 -for
for the new boiler and too! shops !s
nrnsrrexsine well also.
In new development work the tlm-j
bcr shaft at ti.e Czar being sunk!
nraiiniimirr tn the introduction of the.
top slicing system at that property
ls now going down.
The Silver Bear shaft has been
SUnK W ice". .. - -.
tior is being continued. Here the"
pluger drill Is being used and is prov-
lng eminently successful.
In the Sacramento porphyry devel-
opment -work 13 3till being pusheo
with results as saiwiauvuij
thai have already been announced
On the Copper King property drills
are still working and other develop
ments continued but ao announce
ments of definite results on this prop
erty have been announced' It being
wld that as yet there- have been no
,...i. tn luRtlfr aubllcatlon.
in the Uncle Sam the big '6re body
Is still being explored, it nas een ue
terrolned to be one of the largest ore
bodies in the camp but is said to
twist snd wind to some extent
Needs More Cars.
" The Calumet and Arizona company
is having difficulty to obtain the cars
which It desires. On the other hand
the railroad Mates that this is c&uscd
by Inability to unload at Douglas fast
enough. As the -melter comes to
completion this difficulty will be ol
vlated but at the present time It pre
vents the handling of any increase
In output fcr this cmny
Meantime the properties of the C,
and A. never looked better. During
the Tear developments were the most
satisfactory of any In the history ot
the company. Like tho Copper .Queer.
It hajE -undertaken much Important
worfc In the pa1- iue "" "
the Junction chief amontf these. It
mc """ -. tnn that th im-
'fifl in fn" pj- j -
Spring schema was completed and
UCED IN THE DISTRICT
Rumors Are Heard
Recently there have been heard
several rumors that appear to have
n"1' their "rfpn in the east, but
?.". yet cannot oc vennea or
denied. One of these is to the effect
that there is to be an amalgamation
between C; and A. and Saginaw and
that the stock of the latter is tr be
taken over in exchange for the former
on a basis of seven shares of Saginaw
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.rumor obtainable, however.
, rumor obtainable, however.
Activity in Pima County No-
. . J '
table - 100 Ton Plant
Will Be Erected at
T.EWISSOHNS AT WORK
TUCSON. Jan. 1. It is reported
.hat zngiueer Downing, in charge of
operations in Olive Camp, has made
such headway in demonstrating the
ore bodies as to warrant the recom
mendation ot a 100,ton plant being
erected at once. A lead-silver fur
nace will probably be installed to
handle the ores of this coming camp,
as well as ores from the surrounding
districts and Mexico.
Adjacent to Olive aCmp, the Em--pire
Zinc company will probably
erect works for the treatment of zinc
ores. This will be a modern process
which successfully separates the lead-silver-rinc
and copper ores.
The Lewisohns are carrying on the
work In the Rosemont district, Santa
Rita mountains, in a very quiet way,
but witb most encouraging results.
They hare owned a large number if
patented claims in this district tor
years, upon 'which no work has been
done for a long time. Recently they
acquired additional claims In the por
phyry, which will goon be drilled and
should this new ground prove to be
of -commercial value another low grade
camp will be trough t into existence
similar to Miami. Ray, etc
Large Low rade Copper Held.
Large acreage of porphyry In which
copper is disseminated in value of
from 2 to 2 1-2 per cenl is what the
big ones arft looking for. Such a field
Is supposed to lie south of Tucson in
IS VERY HI
Copper Queen Adding to Its
Reverberatory Plant and
New Plant of C. & A.
ALL WORK IS PUSHED
Hardly 13 one construction Job'
completed at the Copper Queen smelt-jici lias about vo lunar-Hunts, iwi
cr In Douglas than announcement Isi'-oies. n pool na'!a barber sfco;. ;ivr.
made of another being ready to start,! liver MaUe. two concrete, b'llldlngs
T,he."rf,tI!!,I"t,S ,'h thereverberatoryj,,, w f construction, and miner
plant added to the Queen smelter L3 Q.,elIinRs. ,a ,hort ,t
were- completed late last spring and , t , , those in-
now comes the aunouncemen that dHrlaI ,,,'; 0, tne ,'
other units of this plant will ba tBat , d , ., ,
Marted at once, as soo nas the re- wed- am from
quired material car be secured ,,, ,, honever in thnt lt.
The ongmal construction plant at. Mn on lh'e o fe J
the Queen consisted of two rererta- .dry- a8 a dfilh , h . nar.evcoru
tory furnace- and six McDougal ls not an lnhabliant of s rio;
roasters Now another raverberatory , rho rao3t lmp0TUl1lt proner,ies oe
is to be constructed and three mow' iBg 0,eratcd at present in the Super
roasters. Also work has been started Ior.SUver KIns d!sltrc, ,he ,
on four additional converters of the Copper Company, the Calumet & Art
more recent type Installed j,()tla aml Ule ,.nke Sllperior & Ar,
All of this work will add to tht .ona, the Black Diamond, Douglas
capacity of the reverberatory plant' copper and many o'her promlalnV
at the Copper Queen smelter about prospects are being Investigated, ani
fifty per cent. nie once famous Silver King probably
One of the Important improvements w'H soon be worked to a certain ex
installed at the Queen during last, tent as a result of th- advancing
year was the new type of converters, price of silver
known as the basic lining proces-it The Maoma.
which takes the place of the old ana The Magma Copn- r "company Is shii
expensive acid lining that has been! plug about 100 ton of hlch grad
n feature In the converter process! copper ore weekly to the K" Paso
iu the past. By the old method of 1 smelter. The ore is chalrorit.. am
lining converters It was necessary to
provide a new lining for every ten
tons of metal treated; the new sys
tem known as the Basic Lining Pro
cess, more than three thousand tons
of metal may be treaUd with one Ha-(at
inst This new lining consists offtion of th? powir plant wae flnifhet1
mngnlclte brick and is something about tno months ago. -It contain!
new In the mining industry. By this (two sets of two 100-horse power boll
new lining method the relining depart- ers, using coal for fuel, an Ingersoll
ment has been done entirely away' Rang Imperial type No. 10 compresr
with ut the Queen and-with it went) or and a Laidlaw-Oordon cross com
forty-Jive men who were requireiLmlpOHnd. compressor. The .power Plum
the department. lis automatic, only one man being ro
With three reverberatory furnaces j.ulred to operate it. Hslde tin
at the Queen smelter It will enable power plant the equipment consist?
that companv to keep two constantly 'of a hoist operated by compressed
in operation, whereas before repair on , atr situated In an adit beneatD tht
one or the other of the two quite surface, an oR'-ce buiidii.g. living
often necessitated a shat down ot.fi"artenj for the men. mess ball. at.
There are now em'ployed at the 'tuser. These buildings are about
Queen smelter a force of nine bun-0!)e-'l"ar,-pr mile from the mine. Ai
dred men. not more than were em ' l,le rolne a blacksmith shop, caruen
ployed when the capacltv of the plant 'er '"OP an1 change room are sit
was much less than it is now. slanyiuateu- The JIagma mine, about onr
new labor .savlne features have been ' m'le north of the lownslte of Super
added since the plant was first started
ten veira iirn
C. . A. New Plant. llle mine tos known as the Sllvei
The work started a year ago on Queen and considerable rich silvei
the new smelter now under construe- ore shIPl from the property u
tion the Calumet & Arizona comran Y,,ma' About tvro years aco ,,
has made excellent progress up to '"" Thompson company acquired
this time and the work is now far-lwUrol of the property, sank a shaft
ther advanced than bad been hoped I1'1 t,le e--rf eve' "no "oss-cut thr
for when It started. Many of thehein encountering high grade chalco
several departments are now near!nsh"e l? the f of ? 8hoot.er '
completion and the great stacks, onei lon?- They also same to he
S20 feet high has been completed: The Ml ,eve' nd ,"T The Jr?o
sampling building was finished ome Erade, oreat fl.hat Tli'
Steel structures to accommodate the
two great dust chambers, one to ac
commodate the furnaces and the oth
er to accommodate the roasting plant
are all complete and the one bedding
ground is now ready for r',:e plant
rben It Is complete. All the men,
practical to handle, are now em
ployed and the new plant Is to be
rushed to completion at the earliest
iirwil!l lima nnil It f tinfie,! tnn
IKiasible time and it is hoped tha
complete operation may be under
vay by the first of next July
the eierritas and will soon be ex
plored by a large company.
The North Star.
A good strike of sulphides has been
made in the shaft of the North Star
mine at the 100-foot level. The mine
adjoins the Tiris Bt?s mine and Is
owned by Senator A. A. Worsley and
associates. The North Star Is under
Word from Chesterfield yesterday
-was to the effect that Manager Pike
had commenced crosscutting at the
700-foot level on the Esperanza. This
is to reach the ore body which shows
on the surface and the 300-foot level.
Superintendent Duran Daily of the
Pontotoc Copper company sent out a
force' of miners and supplies to the
company's mines, ten miles northerly
from Tucson yesterday to initiate per
manent development work on the com
pany's mines, which closed down witb
the slump in copper it will take about
a week to unwater the mines, after
which depth will be made and the ore
bodies exiosed by drift, and as soon
as the character of the ores Is deter
mined a reduction plant will be In
stalled. .The Pontotoc mines were shippers
before they closed down and they
Fill soon be in the same class again.
The mine and camp are at the south
ern base of the Sasu CzUlinas in
an air line eijht miles from the S. P.
freight depot The company Is lln
aned by TexaB stockholders.
SUPERIOR Ml I
Mining Camp Is in Forest
Reserve and on That,
Account Is "Dry
as a Codfish
C. & A. WORK THERE
VI AMI. Jan. I. At present Suikt
bornke. carrying hlch vnlnes in gold
and silver. Virtually all ore produced
at present ls taken from the develop
ment work, and very little sorting is
done. About fifty men are emnloved
the Magma at present. Construe
up to uate assa ottice, and a ware
!,or - first worked In 1R74. Durlns
iiut filler iing Doom, ai inai mut
the remarkably rich ore that Is beinp
Calumet and Arizona.
The Calumet & Arizona about three
and one-halt miles southeast from Sil
pi-rlor Ik now employing about clghtj
men. considerable of whom are Mex
c-sns. A three-compartment shaft is
bring sunk and was 65 feet deep Tues
.'.ay. December 17. A majority ot the
j , em , oyea i assessment work.
1 . ... , .
construction of tent houses for em
ployes, teaming, etc Superintendent
J. K. Hooper, formerly with the Che
nnng and later with the Copper
Creek district Is In charge. The shaft
ii being sunk on the limestone and
qoarulte contact upon which the
Magma Copper Company and the
lke Supcrijor & Arizona property
also ar located. The contact has
a dip of about thirty degrees and
he strike is from the northwest to
the southwest. The property has
ben examined and favorably report
ed or. by Chief Geologist Joralemon
of the Calumet & Arizona. The metb
od of exploration undoubtedly will be
the same as that employed by the
C. & A. at Bisbee. An electric power
line Is belnr strung from Ray. about
fourteen miles distant, and a head
frame is being erected at the shaft.
The company owns 82 claims.
Th. Guggenheim Exploration com
;.any ha? a small force of men em
ployed at the Black Diamond proper
;y about one mile northeast of the
Silver King. Work Is being carried
oh bv means ot mi incline shaft and
tunnel. A raise is beln; lifted from
the tunnel on the line of contact.
The ore occurs In a heavily mineraliz
ed iron maganise gossan which over
lies a dierlte Intrusion.
Glfford Plnchot. the former United
States Forester who is generally re-J
garded as the cause of the spilt Be
tween President Taft and Colonel
Roosevelt, Is said to aspire to the
governorship of Pennsylvania.
N VE STSTES
New District in New Mexico
Is Rich Producer Iron
Deposit Now Under
Kl. PASO. Jan. Z..K
ue aim rim
mining district nas just come into me,
snipping Class, tne Keu uioua mining thoroughlv. The committee had ar
district. It lies in the Galllnas mount-' Tanged an excellent program consist
aias, i.ear the northwestern corner of ing of musical numbers and addresses
l.aicoln county. New Mexico, and con- uy good talkers, those given by JJdge
turns deposits of copper, lead, silver, Fred Sutter and Former District At
iron and gold. Although discovered t' torney John S. Williams being par
quarter of a century ago. It has beenltlcularly enjoyed. A chicken dinner
c-omparatlvely idle for several years' was sened for 300 guests and follow,
due partly to Its Isolation from rail- lng the eleen o'clock toast the mort
way transportation and the long pre-lage was duly burned giving forth a
tailing low prices of silver, copper green and ghastly light during Its In
and lead, but principally, until recent-j cineration. It was a great night for
ly. from the lack of capital and energ tno local ullls-
and enterprise. These obstacles arej .-.,.
rapidly disappearing. The Itock Island! MACABEES INSTALLATION
railway now passes within t dozen
miles of the district through Corona.
The Deadwood mine, oiierated by J.
U- McCutcheon find his associates. Is
bhipping regularly to the El Paso
smelter. Development Is being stead
ilj pushed and low ?rade lead and cop
per ore are produced.
The Crazy Horse claim 1 salso iu
course of development, showing cop
per oxides and lead-silver ores. Tho
Spotted Tail, a new location, is being
worked with fair prospects. The Ualn-In-the-Face,
an extension of the Dead
wood mine shows strong Indications
ot a large ore body.
C. M. Brjan has sold the Camp Mr.llmore than fifty couples attended. A
and Luis to John H. McCutcheon, the
consideration not given.
Working Iron Deposits.
D. C. Kerr and J. Beaty are working
a very promising iron deposit on the
south end of the Gnllinas range. The
analyses of the Iron shows it to be
of a superior Bessemer grade, extreme
ly low in silica and phosphorus, and 1c
only rTlnalns to derelop and ddler;ttfees'will'-be'4nereaieil-fiff-iircnt4datehasJ!eea jet for JanuaryU.The
mine the extent of the deposits. The
iron outcrops rxtend from north
northwest to south-southeast down to
the railroad, to a point between Eldeo
o.i -rto. .u. .... r i. iu.
While comparative)' little develoi.-'
mu tutaii, .1 uioiaui.c ui ii miicB.
ment has been done, there are from!' "t the need for as large a revenue
IO-JO00 to .-.nnooo tons ot iron ore on for !" Members living In the city
dumns were quit willing to continue paylns
John Cllnnen-cr of White Oak ' ! ,h same amount but It was consider-
.M fs vvoX "a very promising co ! hardship on out of town members
!er property on the north end of tho I
Actvity of Twin Butte Mines.
The Twin Buttes Mining comi-any.
at Twin Butte. Ariz., instead of having
closed down Its properties, as errone
ously reported, is. accarding to Its gen
eral manager, Albert I-. Walters, em
ploying more men and producing morej
ore than at any former period. The
ore than at any former period. The
Morgan mine, of which K. G. Hush is
foreman, is keeping up its usual out
put of about -."0 tons of ore a week,
and tho.Glsr.ee mine, of the same torn
piny, under Foreman Smith, has re
cently opened up eight feet ot nine
per cent copper sulphides on the 400
foot level, which is said to be tho
7-.rr.Gt m-Ave.l vein tn the Twin Unite
listrlcc The vein is much leached out
tint seven feet of red oxide and native
copper, averaging eight per cent cop-
Ter has now been traced 70 feet In a
,,.. .t.i .. .. n-i. r.
iiriiv on mis uik triu. iie Vxuiipcri . f . ... .,.,. ..,,,..,
Glance is producing about 150 tons ot ncIa-Ion only by the exhaustion m
high grade ore per week, which goes!" ? Tf" '.?'. 8eparatel wU!"
to the Pioneer smeller. Another mine,
of the sime company called the King
mine in charge of foreman Bowen,
has opened up what promises to be a
very Important body of zinc oxide ore,
carrying 30 per cent to 3". er cent
zinc, of which it ls shipping 150 ton
a week to the Empire Zinc company.)
which has recently taken over the old!
San Xavier mine. The King Is also'agitation to which he Is strongly op
shlpplng 100 tons per week cf hlg3iIK)ged. A number of the opposition
grade topper carbonate ore to tne
Will Ship to El Paso.
At the Turkey Creek mine In the.
Paradise district In the Chiricahua
mountains, eastern Cocbise county,
Arizona, J. O. Johnson and associates
have opened tip 20 feet of galena ore,
and shipments will be made at once
to El Paso.
The Sleeping Beauty Copper com
pany, owning 20 claims 10 miles north
west of Globe, Arlz ls having the
properties worked by lessees who are
sinking an Incline shaft 10 feet.
Prospecting has opened promising
veins of gold, silver and copper ore.
A number of men are working at the
new shaft of the Douglas Copper com
p?ny, which will ba sunk. 200 feet
Seamor. Said to Have Option.
It is reported that W. H. Seamou,
of El Paso, has taken an o'ption on the
old dump of tailings of the Vulture
mill, above Wicienburg, Ariz, There
arc about 80.000 tons o ftaillngs on
. Placer mining on an extensive scale
Will soon be under way In the. San Do
mingo district, beyond the Hasnayara
pa river. In Maricopa county, Arizona.
About 500 acres, owned by Phoenix
IN BISBEE LODGE WORLD
Synopsis Of The Week's News Of..Thet'
Orders And Societies Of The City i
MORTGAGE IS BURNED
Jov and eladness reicned nt the
Klks Home last night Delegations
from out of town and practically the
entire borne membership filled the
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viuu uuutr iu ut .aiiaiiij, uauitr int.
parea t0 enjoy themselves and did bo
A public installation of officers will
be held by the l-adieg ot the Macabees
at their next regular meeting in Fair
Hall, Tuesday January 21. A cordial
'nvltatlon has been extended to all
resident and visiting members to be
Fraternal Drotherhood. No. -132 will
Install their recently elected officers
at their regular meeting next Wed
nesday, January 8. The d3nce given
by the -.brotherhood on New Year'3
night was a pronounced success as
ood time was enioyeu by an. me
lodge is making arrangements to give
these dances every month in the fu -
WILL REDUCE DUES
As a result of a resolution adopted
at the last meeting of the Elks, lodge
dues will be cut in .two and Initiation
the first of April. When the lodge
built and occupied its own home it-.
was found necessary to double the
dues in order to support the home and i
ikiv nff Hie indebtedness. Jiow tDai
I ' " . ..
the lodge has paid for Us home mere
DUELISTS RGHI TILL
BOTH ARE EXHAUSTED
qiri fi. Hiinoirhn
03UaHDie in ine Tiunganan
on Field of Honor
ltUDA PEST. Austria. Jan. H.
Count Michael Karolyl, a prominent
member of the opposition in the Hun
garian lower house, was severely
wounded by 'Colin t Stephan' Tsza.
"Peaker of the lower house. In a duel
wlt0 swords here today Count Tlsza
alo cut his hands The duel luted
" h"r during which time 32 bouts
.were fought. It was brought to a
, co"mbat aros(J cu, of a r)llt,ca,
dI ute on JlIne - aRt when Count
T,g'za wne addressing the lower
ll0USe narrowly escaped assassination
by rx-puty Julius Kovacs, who firl
al hIm three tmes an(i then shot
Ti,e attack upon Tlsza was the
outcome 0f the universal sufferage t
deputies had previously been exctuu-
ed from the cnamber. Their demon
stratlons gave rise to many riotous
Bcenes on Oct. 3. The excluded depu
ties, led by Count Michael -Karolyl,
Count Albert Apponyl and Francis
Kossuth tried to force their way into
the chamber but once more were forc
ed to retire. They have not since
been admitted to the house.
An 'nieresung "" ""-"' city without my advertising soles ..n
wn is that Virginia '-JrnUra"''f their shoes. There will be profe-
Ohio have held the presidency of the ona, advertise
United States more than half the ha,r res,0 face d
time since the beginning or the gov- ftypewrUe suramer resorts, rail-
ernment- tmnda alarm -tv-lra f-fpr. nanrilfac
and Wickenburg people, will
u...I.aJ t flltiliinfr inil Ufa fl .
.' . .. - .ir. nnKin law tn thnland Impressions.
,l" "I " .'' "i-n. Jiie. ri-u.nn..;
the nine passing over the
ground. These placers were worked
extensively years ago. and for lack
of water were abandoned. Platinum
has also been found all over the dis
trict The mill of the Monarch mine
has cow an abundant supply of water.
It Is. reported that the, Guggenheims
have bought the Black Diamond group
cf claims in the Superior district, Pi
nal county, adjoining the old Silver
At the same time it would" be unfair
to those who have been bearing' the
burden to let new members In at the
old figure and hence the increasing ol
the initiation fee. Applicants Joining
before April 1 will be admitted at the
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I u .n.a nu u..c- nmi wuira iiir
increase in original cost 01 memuer-
decrease In Its maintaiu-
EAGLES INSTALL OFFICERS
The recently elected offlcersywlll be
Installed by Hlsbee Aerie 175,F."0."K.
in their lodge rooms In Fair Hall next
Monday, January C. A social hour
will follow the Installation as thero
will be a smoker and refreshments
will be served.
Instalatiotrof officers recentiy.elect
ed will take place at the next regular
meering of the Itedmen InthefPjrtbTan
Castle, Thursday, January pfc Follow
ing the Installation, a social hour wTl!
be enjoyed and a dance willfalsbTbe
given. A cordial invitation 'has'been
extended to all the 'brothers, visiting
as well as resident.
Uisbee I-odge No. 71S, Ijiral .Order
of Moose met In regular sessloirFrP
day night and transacted rbutfnebus
Iness. At the next regular meeting'
to be held in the Masonic Temp!e"hext
Friday, a class ot several Initiates will
receive the degree work. Very fav-
! orable work Is being done by the,
1 Moose In gaining new members and
the order Is growing by strides.
K. P.'s Plan Cananea Trip
Plans for the trip to Cananea- havo
been completed by the local order o?
the Knights of Pythias and adgfinite
Knights plan to leave Bisbee in three
automobiles early in the afternoon
and arrive in Cananea some time later.
They will return the same day. Tlu
i inn is mtenueu 10 ue oi a social na-
1 ,., . , .
mre oniy aunougn aegree wore i na,
be given during their vis t in Can
! anea Fifteen members have signified
their intentions of going. A regular
I uslness session was held by the
Knights last Tuesday.
JONES INVENTS AN
Has Goods for Spread
ing Adds on Side
walk PHOENIX, Jan. 3. When his term
as state corporation commissioner is
over F. A. Jones will engage In the
manufacture and sale of his patented
device, which fastens to a person's
shoes and automatically prints ad
vertisements on the sidewalk as one
goes about his dally business.
ica, v,uiiimisiuiit;r joues
turned , t He hag hL
idea clever In the extreme, but
Yes, Commissioner Jones has
simple that he can't understand why
no one thought of it before.
The device is a leather sole, which
fits so snugly over the sole of an
ordinary shoe. On the bottom of the
sole are letters, rs small or large, as
desired. Inside the sole is an Ink
reservoir. As the wearer of tbe sole
sets his foot down the pressure inks
the letters and when the foot is taken
off the sidewalk the letters leave
their clear Impression.
Wearing two of these soles an or
dinary man can distribute thousands
ot advertisements about the city, in
a morning walk. As he strolls about
the city anyone can advertise hit
The possibilities In this line of
advertising are simply unlimited."
-Mr. Jones said today. "Merchants
will hire clerks with the understand-
lng that they never walk about the
f ,, ...t.i,n,, , H,iPA..iI.in Ai, ....
I perfumes and political candidates at
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.'so mucn an hour or so mucn a mou
lt will be an easy
matter to sttach automatic counting
soies o register inu
mimtin.. rt ol.n. tal An
M"'"1 " -l ;.
Jones Is now preparing his appli
cation for patent. He says there Is
i plenty of time, as he does not Intend
to do anything with his invention un
til he goes out ot office.
To elect by popular vote for a single
term -of five years every postmaster
whose salary Is more than $300,8 yesr
Is proposed in a bill introduced by
Senator Brlstow of Kansas.