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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BTSBEE ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY MORNINQ, JANUARY 15, 1913
MADE IN ALIO MINE
BY BISBEE LEASERS
Traders Realize Prices for
Good Coppers Have More
Than Discounted All
the Bad News
NO LOSS FOR THE DAY
BOSTON. Jan 14 In spite of tow
er metal quotations and. continued II
(UMatlonin the Now York list there
as much better demand for the lo
cal roDDprs. Tradpra nr hnj.lnnnir .
great importance In the Patagonia FaiiZi, that nrlcea fnn h miw.
dlstrlcfur" the" wonderful show Ine. now t-a,e more an discounted any pos
Whig made on the Prater S. McDon jbie had news and the bulng was
aid lease on $he old Alto rafte located ood all through the list There was
I' more or less frightened selling hut
closing prices showed almost no loss
for the day and in some cases even,
.showed gains. We see no reason for
Inrnontt to sell the dividend ravin?
knife -blade streak fl-st round In the j coppers at these prices and advise
tunnel by Sam Kenwlck has widened purchases on all reactions.
to uetier man ioar lect anu sun go-i PAINE WEKBER &. CO.
Inc. It 1b estimated by prominent Total sales New York "75,900.
riiln'ng men used to sizing up Ws Money 2 7-8 per cent. Copper metal
things In copper that the Fraser 17 ij
.McDonald Tease Is going to develop yi-1 '
to a wonder and that the two Blstjeej
bojs who hate worked so hard and!
stayed with the game will come out
worth large sums of money long bc-
.Ore Assays $11.14 Per Ton
'.and .Report Is That They
. jHaveI-000 Worth of Ore
PATAGONIA. r.x, Jan U What
ghea promise to be another strike of
alxiut eight miles from Patagonia.
"Erom a 'sack of ore brought in by Mr
McDonald this weeU assays made in
Patason'a show the ore to be valued
atmorethan 11214 per ton and tne
CLOSING QUOTATIONS. Jan. 14.
(L. J. Oterlockj
fore their present lease expires It
Is given out by one engineer who
made a special trip to bee this lease
that Fraser and McDonald hse nm
more than $1000,000 worth of com
mercial ore-blocked out and ready for
shipment to the smelters.
Ed McFarland came ut from Ne
gates Tuesday where he went to get
a-lot ot miners to work on his proper
ty near the World's Fair He brought
with him 15 men and these will be
started to work and development con
tinued on his property The present
showing on his property looks good
and he belie; es that within the next
fifty feet he will catch the rich ledge
he Is now 'driving for and expects to
start shipments soon as he is In the
5wjgijoads of mining machinery
andtonecar pi mine timbers, conslgu
edFto""James Hogan and shipped from
El Paso", arrived Wednesday and Is
now being unloaded. Mr. llogan ex
pects to have his boiler and engines
installed -by the time his large air
compressor gets here, which seems to
have been delayed The Trench com
pany has been financed by Messrs.
Hoy and Clark, -of Butte. "Montana,
and they are going totroth.-fb-a man
lier that would lead an ono,.tabe
He's e they are coppe.- men who know
their business. Recent as-ays from
the tunnel show good values and get
ting letter all the time
.Looking Far Into the Future.
Italy "has added to her agricultural
area by draining the great Fuclna
marshes and thus providing a living
for hundreds of thousands of her nov-
erty-strfeken population. H will prob-f
ably be hundreds of years before
America-is so thlakly populated that
additional area will of necessity hare
to be acquired for farming, but when
the time arrives there will be engi
neers able and willing to drain the
A Model servant.
. MIss Ann Ansell ot Weybrldge. Sur
rey, who recently died at- the
age of 87 years, was an ex
ample of long and faithful domes
tic service. Throughout her who!
J!fctlmc she had only one "place." At
he age of 16 she entered th serv
ice of the family of the late Sir Pres
cott Hewett. and she rema'-ed in thf
same family, as nurse and falthfu
friend, for 7L years.
Keeping Air Fresh.
A good way to keep the air of a
room lrjh. and slightly perfumed Is
to placekjjar In some inconspicuous
place in thercom and put in the jar
a small block, of ammonia, over which
pour some ordinary cologne water.
This makes tat faint, pleacant odor of
'."which one IsXhardly conscious.
New Back for an Old One.
" "'It Can Be Done In Bisbee-
The back aches at times with a
dnIL Indescribable feeling, making
you weary and restlcr; piercing
pains shoot across the region of the
kidneys, and again the loins are so
lame that to stoop is agony. No use
fo rub or apply a plaster to the back
if the kidneys are weak. You can
not reach the cause. BIsbee resi
dents would do well to profit by the
J. O. Kelly, 523 S. El Paso St-, El
Paso, Texas, says: "Four or Ave yeaw
ago I used several boxes of Doan'a
Kidney Pills and they did me a great
deal of good. I had sharp, shooting
pains across the email of my hack and
in my sides. Seeing Doan's Kidney
Pills highly praised by people I knew.
I got a box and used them as directed.
In a short time I was cured. I uavo
not had any trouble since. In a short
time I was ccred. I have not had an
trouble since. It gives me pleasure
to recommend Doan'ff Kidney Pills
as' they do all they are advertised
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cent. Foster-Milcum ' Co, Buffalo
New York; sole agents for the United
Remember the name -Doan s and
tako no other. Advertisement.
Amalgamated 70 7-8
American Smelters 69
Brooklyn Rapid Transit S3 1-S
Baltimore and Ohio 104 3-8
Chesapeake and Ohio 75 .A
Canadian Pacific 2581-4
Great Northern 127
Interboro Common .r 171-4
Lehigh Valley 161
Louisville and Nashville 139
Missouri Pacific 40
New York Central 10GC-S
Rock Island ,.227-S
Sugar ;. 115
Steel Pfd 1031-4
St. Paul t.. 111S-S
Southern Paciric 1051-2
Union Pacific 1561-8
If anybody bad glen a. party with
a prise for the most helpless husband
there was not a bit of doubt that
Dockity would have gone home with
the prize under his arm. This as an
Indisputable fact, for his wife said
so and she Bhould hae possessed ex
pert knowledge on the shbject.
"If you should turn James Dockity
loose In the middle of a desert," she
often said, "with an easl's in plain
sight, that helpless man would turn
and walk the other way and die of
starvation. Here I am, wearing my
self to a shadow remembering to re
mind him of what be ought to do or
telling him where he put his pink
striped shirt or, getting htm more
towels when those In the bathroom
hare slipped down back of the tub!
You'd think that the man never heard
ot jthe back of the bathtub the way
he forgets to reach behind It! He's
more trouble than a family of ten
children! I declare, his helplessness
dooms me to become old before my
He never knew where he had put
his umbrella when there was a rain
storm that he bad to go out In. He
was petrified with a dismal sort of
horror If he had to hunt out his own
apparcL It was on record that once
when they were dining out and Mrs.
Dockity had gone on ahead to spend
the day he didn't come. When finally
they telephoned him he told his ex
asperated wife with tears In his voice
that somehow he couldn't possibly get
a white tie on that looked right.
' jB' WrappM Separately
1 V the new and bet- j
' teruayinuhichjhe J.
I k world's best Choco- g
,HLlate is now sold,
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Adventure ..!'... 5 1-2
Algomah ."T.i.. 21-2
AHzona Commercial 31-4
Allouez t 27
Butte Superior ".- 35 3-4
Calumet and Hecla , 40
"Calumet and Arizona 65 12
v-owrer iiauee ii
East Butte .., IS
Frank ,-- Sl-2
Granby ... 64
Greene Cananea 81-2
Goldfleld , 21-8
Indiana .-. 14
Inspiration Consolidated 16
Isle Royale 28
Lasalle 4 5-8
Mayflower ,. 11 -4
Mason Valley ,. 8
North Butte 30
North Lake 27-S
Old Colony 6
Old Dominion SO
Phelps Dodge 223
Qulncy .. 73
Ray Consolidated 19 1-S
LShatturk ax . 27
Utah CosrsiyntpA --, 101-2
Utah Copper 54
Superior Boston 2 3-8
Nevada Consolidated :. 181-4
B. and A.
U. and L,
Elenlta ax ..
Kerr Lake .
San Antonio ax
S. W. Miami
Baltimore Oil ax
"Where are you getting your dress
ties from?" Mrs. Dockity Inquired
with an awful premonition.
"From the little drawer to the left
In the top of the chiffonier," rccljed
"Those," breathed Mrs. Dockity
over the phone, "are my white sum
mer belts! Look In the drawer be
low!" She often said with pathos that If
Jaties would only reform she would
be the happiest woman on earth.
It was nothing short of tragic then
when Dockity had to go west on busi
ness and his return was delayed three
months. Mrs. Dockity worried inces
santly over htm. "If he wasn't so
helpless," she said, "It wouldn't be
o bad, but hell lose everything he
has and will come home with his cuffs
tied on with strings! He won't be
able to find a thing and nobody will
look: out for htm and hell leave a
pair of pajamas hanging In the closet
of every hotel room he's In! I'm
afraid he won't get enough to eat,
because he never knows what he
wants and always insists on my pick
ing out things on the bill of fare."
When at last Dockity returned
home hlB wife looked him over fear
fully. His coat was on right side up
and his right shoe was not upon his
left foot. He was wearing his own
hat, his linen was presentable and
he was short only one pair of paja
mas. "Do you feel well, James?" Mrs.
Dockity asked, anxiously.
"If I felt any better," declared her
husband. "I'd be sick abed from it!"
At breakfast Dockity put sugar and
cream on his berries as nonchalantly
as if he had always known how. He
picked up his umbrella from behind
the dp?r and produced hIs gloves air
ily. When he had gone 5Trs. Dockity
sat down and breathed hard. She
could not understand It.
That evening it was still worse
Dockity dressed without once asking
where anything was. When his wife
said that she had come to put In the
shirt studs Dockity looked surprised
and said they were already in. He
even got out his silk hat and brushed
It, whistling cheerily, while Mrs.
Dockity stood around making futile
efforts to help him.
She was pale and not herself all
evening and persisted in trumping her
partner's ace. When they started
homo not only did her husband find
bis own wraps, but he got hers and
helped her into them.
She did not epeak all the way home
When Dockity turned out the hall
lights Instead Of waiting for her to
do it she fled upstairs to hide her
Just when Mrs. Dockity had reached
the point where she decided that the
queer feeling which possessed her
meant that she was going to die Dock
ity came with hesitating steps into
"Dear," he murmured, "I can't find
the soep it Isn't In the soap dish
and where are my bedroom feUpperaJS
It was then that his wife cast her
self upon his bosom and dissolved In
a flood of tears. "It It's p-P-probably
sl-llpped down on the fl-fl-floor!'' she
sobbed. "They they're In your closet
be-behind your g-g-golf shoes! Oh,
James, ou haven't seemed natural 111
this minute! I th thought I'd lost'
you! I don't Mike to have you 1-look
after your-yourself! it doesn't seem
"Well." grinned the enlightened
Dockity, "I wouldn't worry!. I guess
I haven't reformed enough In three
months so you'd really notice It! Say,
I wtsh'd you'd, help me I can't get
this blamed tie loose!" Chicago Dal
"Why do you call that hen by sucl
a name as Macduff!"
"Because I want her to lay on."
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
JYour druggist will refund money If
PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any
case of -Itching. Blind, Bleeding or
Protruding Piles In C to 14 days.
5( cents. 419
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Aim to make that strong and digestion good
will keep well ! No chain is stronger than its weakest
link. No man is stronger than his stomach. With
stomach disordered a train of diseases follow.
or. pierce'. Q&jen Medcal BIscovery
cnlces the stots&ch healthy, t Iirer ccUre aaJ th blo3 tverc. Hu3 frcrf
fort roct,and ircvod tr about th as of aUcoboL SaMly drvrzUU, in
liquid form aX 3LG3 pes txAH tea over 43 years, fcrrioff Cnerl caxfofjtctloa.
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light Your Kitchen with a'
Jfigyb Bracket Lamp
Sometimes in the kitchen or elsewhere you need a lamp held
high, where jt will light the whole room, andbe out of the
reach of children.
The Rayo Bracket Lamp is made for exactly this purpose. It is
one of the famous Rayo Family the bast kerosene"lamps made.
A. clear, white light, steady, diffused. A strong; substantial bracket, easily
aftzed to the wait. The lamp is inexpensive. Economical. Lighted without
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