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THE BISBEE DAYLY REVIEW, BISBEE ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY IS, 1913.
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MINING & RAILROADS
iThe Volume of Transactions
,Was Small But Undei
i 'tone Bear Raids Only
; Brought Rallies :
BOSTON. Jan. 17. The mailet iy
day was not much different f.om yes
terday. The volume of transactions
was fcmall but the undertone was firm
and bar raids ere followed by quTck
rallies. The result for the day shows
little change in prices but it doei
show that .stocks hate reached a le
c, where there, is hestlancey wliich
may preent any further decline We
see no reason howeter to expect any
leal upward .movement at the pres
ent time and would tike advantage ot
anyrally to sell stocks. The copper?
ore better liquidated than any, other
class of securities and dividend pav
ers should te bought on a scale down
from these prices.
PAINE WEBBER & (JO.
fTotal sales York 45S.590.
Money 2 3-4 per tent.
Casting copper quoted 171-S. Elec
trolytic IT 1-4 to 3-4.
CLOSING QUOTATIONS, Jan. 17.
(U J. Overlook)
Anaconda 37 1-S
American Smelters 71J-4
Atchison ,., 101 X-4
Jlrooklyn Rapid Transit 901-8
Baltimore and Ohio 104 3-4
Chesapeake and 'Qhio 72-l
Canadian Paolflo ... "i
Erie .... 3012
Great Northern. 127
Interboro Common 17 3 1
Lehigh Valley-.: 169f-S
Louisville and Nashville .... 13S3-4
Penna ...... .. 1221-4
Kock.Isl.ind .. 22 1-1
sSSar ........ f 1151-2
SteelCommonrVj-. 62 S-S
Steel Pfd Tr.4v..i 10'-S
St. Paul -ZTHTr. 1121-4.
Southern Pacific,,,, 10."
May ....... r ul VS
July .-...f 5-l-2
January .!.... ...'. 12.70
March ' .. 12.18
Arizona Commercial 3 I 2
Allouez Y ' 57
Butte Superior V 36
Centennial 16 1-2
Calumet and Heola 500
Calumet and Arizona ... GC 1-2
Copper Range 48
East Butte 1814
Granbr . 661-2
Giroux .'. . 31-2
Greene Cananea 81-2
Goldfield .- 2
Indiana ........ 14 3-4
Inspiration Consolidated .... 17
Isle Royale .'.l. 28
Lake .. 201-2
Lasalle . ..." ., 5
Mayflower , 12
Mason Valley , 81-2
North Butte 301-2
North Lake ? 21-2
Old Colony . 61-2
Old Dominion...-, 50
Osceola ;:..,? 97
Phelps Dodge.Aa 218
Qulncy .a$2) 73
Ray, Consolfdated 20
Shannon ..? 111-2
Bhattuck . -St-.'-K 26 1-2
Utah Consolidated 10
Utah Copper .-.., . . 55
Nevada Consolidated IS 1-1
Superior Boston 2 -8
Cblno v 431-8
Alaska Gold 11
B. and -A- -. . ., .. 4
B. and U t.. 36
Cactus - 7
Cochise bid 11-4
Davis Daly 11-4
Elenlta ax 21-4
Kerr Lake 3
Luoky Tfeer 4 1-4
North Tigre 9
nay Central 21-8
ftalnbow tfd ; 10
Sierra ...:, 11-8
San Antonio ax 31-2
S. W. Miami 4
. Havanab bid 2
Tonpah Belmont 8 3-S
West End 155
Warren bid 4 1-2
Warrior ibid 11-2
Calumet Oil bid 37
Baltimore Oil ax 45
New Smelter for United Ver-i
de Will Have Capacity
of 3,000 Tons of Ore
Per Day ;
Arizona Automatic Air
vvlir hold its annual meeting and election of ottlcerp In the V. M.
. C. A. Monday at 7:30 p. m.. Jnn. 27ttu 1913. Blsbec. Ariz.. Kvery
stockholder i requested to attend In person, or representative, and
look to nomination of a board who with courageous aim will usct
their' business. Intelligence to promote the airbrake, which facts, not
thporle. loudly declare that the brake nag a great future. A spe
cial invitation Is given to nonstockholders as a lecture on automatic
air will te given by the president of tlietcomiany. He will produce
the facts about Westinghoose Air. About New York Air and about
Arizona Automatic Air Iruslnws men use facts in their consldera
tlons o( Investments, therefore, we ln He all. On that night we will
give the last opportunlt) for the purchase of these shares below
par value. Come to the meeting and decide.
The Jeroma News thus describes
the now smelting plant no or beta-;
constructed h Ex-Scriator W. A.
ilark to accommodate the Uni'd
venle n iue:
In the Verde Valley, at Cl.'rlaijle.
.proximately six miles from the
.rosent site, and connected with the
irfLe at the 100 foot tunnel .level by
the Verde Tunnel and Smelter rall
ioad. a new smelter, of approximate
ly 000 tons dally capacity, Is In I
course of erection. It is the Intention
to make the new smelter thoroughly
iiKdern In every detail. In general
th'e equipment at-the new smelter will
Tour 18x26 feet blast furnace..
Three 19x100 fett reverberatory
Five 12 foot converters.
Large receiving and storage bins
for ore and coke.
Sampling mill, thoroughly equip
ped with the latest machinery for
this class ot work.
Dust chambers, stacks and ore
handling system, etc., designed ac
cording to the asit engineering
The shops will be equipped with
modern machinery. The warehouse,
:ind - main buildings will be steel
htructure, designed with a liberal al
lowance of operating space. Approx
imately 10.000.u00 brick and S.OOk
tons of steel will be used In the con
struction ot this plant. A modern
brick plant, to make the brick, is in
the course of construction. The ma
terir.I will be handled in and around
the plant b a modern induxtrial sys
tem. Including the latest design oi
electric. Jocginotives, conv eyors, trams.
The town site of Clartdale will be
controlled by tht- Copper couiany. It
has been laid out on strictly modern
and?anitary lines. The buildings
have been carefully designed with due
regard to climatic conditions etc.
The fire and water supply sstew has
received careful attention. A 40,000
volt trnnumisslon line, connected
with the Arizona Power company
mains supplies the necessary pov
for construction requirements.
The bulkf ot the power foe on;rat,
lug the saielter will be suplie
fiom wast heat boilers, connected
with the raverberatory furnaces. The
main power plnnt will ".be equipped
Onp Southwark compQqnd blow
One Kateau-Smopt steam turbo
blower. , '
One Diesel double-unit six-cylinder
oil engine, driving through rope
One ,No. 11 Root blower, 300 cubic
feet per revolution.
One No. 11 Root blower. 300 cubic
feet per 'revolution, motor driven.
One No. 11 Root blower, 400 cubic
feet per revolution, motor driven.
One 300 cubic feet blower, driven
by one reciprocating engine.
One Westlnghouse Partons steam
turbine generating unit, 500 KVA, AC.
One 1500 KVA unit.
Two Weisfc condensors, capacity
each, 41.000 pounds steam per hour.
with auxiliary apparatus.
The new t.melter and townslte are
connected with the standard gaugt
Verde Valley railway, running ujy the
Verdo Valley a distance of 40 miles,
aud connecting with the Santa Fe.
iC 5 JL SMELTER TO
MAKE START IN HAY
New Plant at Douglas Will
Be Complete in August
Is the Expectation
The new Calumet & Arizona smelter
will probably be complete next Aug
ust A according to report made by
General Manager J. C Greenway, at
the recent gathering of the director:
of the concern. Prior to that time,
however, it is stated in Douglas a good
ly portion of the plant will be in
operation. In fact, it is anticipated
that, with no bad luck, the blast fur
race and converters will be lu oper
ation during the month of May, says
j the Dispatch. The reverberatorles will
nci ue in operation unm laier iu iuc
summer, whlie the finishing touches
will bo put on the plant during August.
Building operations at the smelter
are now going ahead steadily. There
have been few stoppages of work ot.
any portion ot the erection, due to
slowness of arrival of material. Te
principal feature of present worh l
I"rescott and Phoenix railroad at Ce- j ihe Installation of some of the nu
dar Glade, This gives the new town- cliinery in the main building. On last
site and smelter a decided advantage Sunday the workmen began installing
In transportation facilities over the j a 60-ton electric crane over the con
old smelter and Jerome narrow gauge I verier aisle ot the new building,
connection. TV h
It has been estimated tbat It will
take approximately two jears to com
plete the new plant.
CHANGE IN OCEAN ROUTES
NEW YORK, Jan. 17. Another step
in the movement for gTeater safety
at sea, which owes its origin to tho
investigation that followed the TV
tanic disaster, was taken today, when
an agreement to change the route ot
travel between America and Europe
was put Into effect by all of the trans-
Atlantic steamship lines. Beginning
with this date it has, been agreed that
all ot the ships shall follow a line
about sixty miles to the south of the
crossing heretofore used at this time
of the year. It is expected that the
vessels will thus escape the danger
ous icebergs that are met with so fre
quently on the northern ror.te during
the spring months. By the change the
passengers alho will avoid mi.ch uiS'
comfort due to co'd and heavy seas
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Electric Toaster v Electric Water Heate
Coffee Percolator " Baby Bottle Heater
Electric Sewing Machine Motor
" Hot Point lbs. Price $3i y
" General Electric 6 lbs. " $450 s
Westinghouse 6 lbs. " S4j guarantee
American Beauty 6 lbs: $500 - Life Guarantee
We have all of the above appliances for sale and all
are sold subject to acceptance or rejection after
Bisbee Improvement Go.
The DAILY REVIEW has
superior equipment for ail ,
'. e ,9
timates Promptly Given
Call phone 39 or apply in
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