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THE BISBEE DAILf REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1913.
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Mines And Markets
We Extend a Hearty Welcome
I i i, V i 1
SHORTS CHASE 10
COVER ST CLOSE
"'Pounded Market AH Along
the Line During Day
on Bearish Principles
25, 1-ead tead, spelter quiet, antl
mony dull, iron quiet, unchanged.
Copiwr ai rivals 9S0 tons. Exports
this mouth 13.2S1 toils. London co
NEW YOIJK. .. Y, Feb. l Al
most every etook In the market o
dar was forced down. The selling
mocment of the last fewu.days ui
ed strength and for a time this fore
noon the market was feverish and
badly upset. The decline embraced
not only the speculate e leaders hut
standard investment stocks and many
Among the prominent speculative
stocks, .Reading lost 2 points. U. 1
nearly as much. Smelting 2 and: Ainu!
cnmnlM and S. P one JU1Q Uiret
quarters, the latter touching 100
a new low point since isu.
Such stocks as N Y. C. Great
Northern preferred and Atchison, us
ually offering staunch resistance to
fluctuations, lowered materially. An
unusually large proportion of inic
tie stocks were included in the da 3
decline. Their losses ran un. "a
some cases, to 5 points or more.
Short covering in the afternoon re
duced the losses considerably. The
movement was expressive of Wall
street's present bearish v attitude.
Money rates held firm. Arrangements
were "made for the export of $1,000,
000 more gold to South America. The
bond market showed considerable
weakness in sports. Total sales, par
Superior & Boston stock Is likely
to have a considerable advance In
price in the near future, says Geo.
L. Walker. Although this company'B
career has Leen marked by several
disappointments, the faith of the man
agement and its. persistent campaign
of exploratory and development work
have at least been productive; of re
sults and the company is cotnln.sJ
Make our Store your Headquarters,
L L. GILMAN
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
That Grand Rapids, Minn., is to j
he an iron mining center is made
more than probable by the practical,
completion of nu option between thi
Jones lc iLaughlin people nnd loc?1
men for eleven forty-acre tracts be
tween the Mississippi river and the
Lake Pokesama, almost on the vil-
lago boundary and located in part'
near the line of the Great Northern
' r-itlrn.-iil '
Amalgamated -' 0
Atchison ,.. - 1027-S
Brooklyn Rapfd Transit .... S9
Ualtimore and Ohio .4... .. 100 1-2
"Chesapeake and Ohio .... ,. 757-8
Canadian Pacific 233
Erie ...,-.1 30
Great Northern ? 12S
Iehleh Valley . . ..i. .- .".150
Missouri Pacific ..-40
Northern Pacific (U8
"Cs'ew York Central ., 1QS
Penna f. . 113
Rock island 22
Southern Pacific 101
St. Paul - .... 10S1-4
Union Pacific 1351-2
a P. and S. 34-2
Steel Pfd i ...v I62i-S
Iter. Steel x. -7
Corn Pro. 143-S
. . . . 31-1
The province of Ontario is attain-!
ing an important rank as a producer!
of precious metals. To date. Cobalt'
has produced silver worth $S7,000,O00. j
Kress value, or tSl.817,352, net value.!
During the existence of that camp!
J 12.000,000 has been paid out In divi
dends. During the past year, 1912,
Cobalt produced silver worth SIS.-j
."00.000 and paid $8,617,000 in divi
Little Good Goal
Makes a bis hot fire when a
a lot of poor coal sends out no
heat at nil. It Is- economical to
buy our coal because it is
clean, goes farthest, makes
mout heat. leaves very little ash
and costs no more per ton than
poorer grades. WV deliver to
any part of the city.
American Block Lump
Oak chunks Juniper and Oak
wood Any length.
Independent Fuel & Feed Company
Orace Main St, Opp. Palace Stables
thf EMERSON ROUGH
AUTHOR THEMISSl5SlPPi:BUBBLr; 51-10 ORriGHT.
XndlierVanu"lhere. always moving Ime see four hand's!1" tie aemhn'ded:
and mingling with thosd meh wlose 1 Ana in spue 01 ner no coouy iooh up
reception or whose raiment announced ' a hand, examining the shapely finger-
In the light of official prediction that
the Amalgamated group of mines will
this year be compelled to shut down
larlous shafts here and there, neces
sitating a reduction of 23.000.00j
pounds from the 1912 yield. It would
nat be surprising if the year 19ir
witnessed an actual decrease in the
total output of all mines, notwith
standing some prospective increase
from the porphyries.
Calumet ana" Hecla
Copper" Range 44 1-2
Calumet and Arizona C2 1 2
East Ilutte 13
Greene Cananea 8 1-S
Granby .. C2 1-2
Glroux ax 3
Gold Cen. 2
Hancock ." 191-2
Isle Royale 25 3-4
,Lake 17 7-S
. 'Mohawk '. 50
mD M'""-,913 1 WHEN IN 10SANGEI-f!jJI
Idly J NORTHERN MOTEL CtX, PROP.
KeHOTLLthAuBEST 1 1 V?J&CATZ rRANK L crampton. mor.
Irvall the WEST" UTN CONNECTION Rates i OO per davop
Santa Fe Traveling Agent
Sees Improvement in Bet
ter Price for Copper
and keeps thoroughly in touch with
"Bitbee and the southwest Is
booming." said J. H. Donart, traveling
freight and passenger agent of the
Santa. Fe. with headquarters at El;
Paso, yerterday. Mr. Donart thorougn-i
ly covers this territory for his road'
nnd keeps thoroughly in touch with,
conditions in this section.
"It is the general opinion.' said Mr.
Donart, "that the high price of copper i
is the cause of the good times in!
tint: section and tnis, no doubt. Is a
large contributor V the prospcritv,
but the farming and catttle conditions
are also good and are fully doing their
share to the general prosperity. The
railroads are feeling the increased
prosperity in both the freight and pas
senger ends of the business. The re-
I cent heavy rains were general in this
section, with snow in the northern
parts, and this will be a great help
to the ranges."
Mr. Donart expects to leave today
for Cananea He reports that condi
tions in El Paso are good with plenty
of Interest in both the war and ioli-tlcs.
Superior and Roston .
Utah Consolidated . . .
Phelps Do3gc bid
Saginaw .. .
Kerr Lake?.. -. ..
Coal! Grain! Hay
Cotton Seed Meal and Cake
Horses and Mules For Sale
See us for fine Livery Rigs
Brophy Carriage Company
Phone 284 Lowell Ariz.
NEWS INFLUENCING THE DAY
(Furnished by a. correspondent of
l.evy Bros. Brokers.) f
Meeting of the hose committee on
military affairs today may result in
congress being aakeft to act upon the
Mexican situation. President Tart
refuses to intervene without co-operation
of that tody.
President of the firemen's brother
hood says strike on 54 eastern roads
will be officially declared Friday
night. Judge Knapp of the commerc
court says that the if tuation is gr7e.
Turkish government asks the Ku
ropean powers to intervene and u
stop the Balkan war.
Missouri supreme court upholds de
cision ousting the Standard Oil com
pany from that state.
Copper market weak and unchang
ed. London stocks weak and off from
one to two points.
(By L. J. everlock)
A combination oi short selling and
selling ky tired holders also an ac
cumulation of stop orders over the
holiday caused weak opening toda.
Tn fwnrlrt fnnC'nilpri wrilr nntJl i
rr .. ,"u .i."" jco.
Sui. i w rA wa Z . JUm. at Maricopa by Supt C. M. Scott
slight rally. There was no favorable I . . . .., , ' . ,, , ,v
news over the holiday to stimulate
PHOENIX WILL HAVE
NEW OFFICE BUILDING
Southern Pacific Will Add
Four Story Building
to Their Shops
PHOEXIX. Feb. 12. With the new
Southern Facific shops 40 per cent
completed comes word th?t a three or
four story office building, not included
in the origins; plans will be con
structed on the grounds.
The new structure wil' be of rein
forced concrete throughout and will
be occupied by the officials of the coip
jiany, including the superintendent'
quarters, which are now in the Good
rich building. The building will cost
As a whole,- the shops are 40 per
cent completed The giant SO-foot
steel turntable has been Installed and
the enormous SO.OOO-barrel steel oil
storage tank has been erected.
Amonp p'rminect visitors nt the
shops recently was Major Charles
Mine of Tucson, vl-e presfun-t and
gunrnl marager of the Arizona Eart-
era and the So-'th-rn Jai;iSc jf Mex
ico, who was here Monday. lie was
met at Maricopa by Supt C. M. Scott
in 1 Is motor car ccd conveyed to Mi
shops, where hi made a -borough in
spection Ev.-!ryibin was found fails
faevry and pr.'g.-'.sisin? rapidly
AmonK the prominent visitors at the
hbops recently was Major Charles
Hine of Tucson, vice president and
general manager of the Arizona East
ern and the Southern Pacific of Mex-
ho was here Monday. He was
L. J. OVERLOOK
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS; Pain Web
ber & Co., Bo ton and Calurr.it.
Logan & Bryan, Chicago tnd Ntw
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK
prices and we look for little change
in the market until something of a
feneral favorable nature develops bu:
believe stocks are Intrinsically cheap.
Local curbs continue dull. Sagi
naw sold at S for small block. Ha!-,
ance of list unchanged.
NEW YORK. NT. Y Ffft. 12
Copper weak, electrolytic 15.75 to 1C-le started within sixty days.
In bis motor car and conveyed to the
shops, where he made a thorough In
spection. Everything was found satis
factory and progressing rapidly.
The vast amount of steel for the
I new railroad bridge across Salt river
I nt Tzn,fA li9a hA,f tihlnrt,Y W91
purchased from the Phoenix Bridge
company of N'ew York, and is being
sent by steamer as far a New Or
leans. Work on the new bridge will
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
Company Reduction Works
We are now in the Market
for the Purchase of -
Ore and Copper Matte
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co.
Bisbec Lumber Company, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RETAll DEALERS IN OREGON AND
TEXAS PiNE, REDWOOD SHI'.'GlES, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DCORS AND CASHES OF ALL KINDS, MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE- L-12S EMIL MARKS, Manager
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
Special $1.09- Table' d'Hote Dinner Froa 5;39 to 8 p. m.
Reg lar 50c Uacieaa Daily HENRY P0PPEN, Manage
them as persons of Importance, moved
women, beautiful women, floating by,
brightly, radiantly, rustlingly women
blazing, -with jewels, women with
bright eyes, women whose apparel be
spoke them as accepted integers of
the city's vast human sum.
Rawn stood studying the procession
for a long time, ejeing group after
group carefully. A conclusion was
forming in his mind. He was learning
that when a man has achieved power,
success, wealth, noturlcty even, . he
turns with his next thought to some
woman; and finds some woman waiting.
And then It occurred to Joh.n Rawn
with sudden and unpleaslng force
that, although he was among this
throng, he was not of it. Himself a
man of power, success, yes, even of
wealth, he lacked in certain betoken
Ing appurtenances thereto. A not un
usual wave of self-'plty crept slowly
'over him. Why should he, a man ol
bis attainments, lack in any degree
'what others had?
He stood pondering, not wholly hap
py, until presently he felt, rather than
saw, a glance bent upon him by a
man who passed, a stately and well
garbed young woman upon his arm.
He was a man now in faultless eve-
ning dress, yet easily to be recognized
none less, indeed, than the dyspep
tic director who so summarily bad
been dismissed by John Rawn himself
.r.ot three hours ago. His dark face
became even darker as he saw the
victor of that controversy standing
here alone. He smiled sardonically.
To Rawn It seemed that he smiled
because he saw the solitary attitude
of a man as good as himself, as fit
as himself for all the Insignia of
power, yet publicly self-confessed as
lacking all such insignia. He start
ed, flushed, frowned. He had shown
these men, these influential magnates
In New York, that he could be their
master upon occasion he had mas
tered this man passing yonder. Yet
now bo stood here alone, with no
woman to advertise his power to the
world; and men laughed at him! No
woman wore his silks, displayed his
Jewels. He was John Rawn, born to
the purple; yet he might be taken
here for a country merchant on his
first trip from home. . . .
He turned Jo the Tcey-counter. The
clerk, with infallible Instinct without
his request handed him the key to
his room, not lacking acquaintance
wlth men of Mr, Rawn'SipcQUfoce,
and knowing money,lwnen he saiftt.'
. . . Rawn passed down .the hall.
went up two flights In the elevajojv
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at length knocked deliberately at V
door-where a light showed.
"Come!" called a soft voice. He
knocked again, a trifle hesitant, and
looked down the corridor, each way."
The voice repeated, "Come!" He
pushed open the door.
Virginia Delaware stood before her
dressing-glass, her toilet for evening
completed except perhaps for a touch
about her coiffure. She turned now,
and flushed as she saw her visitor.
"Mr. Rawn!" she exclaimed; "I
thought It was the maid! I had just
"Rawn turned and shut the door.
"Never mind her," he said. "I will
be gone lu a minute. I Just wanted"
"You must go!" she exclaimed.
"Tou ought not to have come Is
not permitted It is not right!"
"How stunning you look. Miss Dela
ware!" was all he said. He had never
before seen her arrayed In keeping
With these other lilies of the field.
Indeed, his life had given him small
acquaintance with conventions, or
those who practiced them. He had
no mental process -of analysis as he
gazed at her now, or he might have
teen that after all the young woman's
costume was no more than one of
filmy blue, draped over a pure and
lustrous white. He could not have
named the fashion which drew It 60.
daringly close at hip and hem as to
reveal frankly all the lines of a figure
which needed not to dread revelation
for its own sake, whether or not for
jther sake. He could not have
guessed what skill belonged to the
hand that -fashioned this raiment,
could not have told Its cost. To him
the young woman was very beautiful;
and he was too much confused to be
capable of anlysls. The corsage of the
gown, cut square and daringly deep,
displayed neck and shoulders white
as those of any woman of any city.
Her figure gave lines had her costume
not aided. She was beautiful, yes.
And there was something more,
Rawn could not tell what. There was
Eome air of excitement of exaltation,
some ort of fever about her, upon
her. In her eyes shone 'something
Rawn had never noticed there before.
Hastily he made such Inventory as lie
might of unanalyzed charms. He ar
rived at his conclusion, which was,
that Virginia Delaware would do!
"You could travel In fast company,
my dear girl," said he approvingly.
"What do you mean?" She turned
"That you could go quite a consider
able pace, myde,ar. girL You'll do. Let
tips. He sighed. No needle had
blackened or roughened them, the
typewriter keys had not yet flattened
them. He stepped back, looked at
her from head to foot, appraising all
her graces, valuing her height and
roundness of figure. There was small
light In his eye other than that of
Judicial approval She bore out bis
Tou surprise me!" was all he said.
"How do you mean, Mr. Rawn? But
jou must go, you really must!"
There came a knock at the door.
Rawn's negative gesture was positive.
After a moment's hesitation the girl
stepped to the door and spoko to the
maid. iou may return again in a
A COMFORTABLE HOME
should be the aim of every young
man. Real estate la today, and al
ways will be, the safest ana best
paying InvestmenL Wo have plon
GOOD CITY PROPERTIES
with booses erected thereon, that
can be bought rishL It you have
money that Is not earning, its prop
per interest, you will do well to
look Into these offerings.
THE REAL ESTATE MAN
O. K. Blk. Phone 76
littlo while, maid?' she said. "I'm not
quite ready now." In turn she stood
with her back against the door, her
own color rising.
"Oh, don't be uneasy," said John
'Rawn smiling. "This is quite consid-l
erable of a hotel, taking it as it is. j
1 nere,won 1 oe any scanoai over mis.
"I don't think I understand you."
"IJm going in just five minutes. But
I want to say something to you in the
way of a business proposition, Miss
"I'm sure I don't know what you
mean." Her head was high, her color
"Nothing In the least wrong, my
dear girl," said John Rawn. "It's sim
ply a matter of business, as I said.
You're here as my assistant, of course.
But did it ever occur to you that as
you stand there now, and as I stand
here, we might pass in that crowd be
ta 17 there and not be known by any
one"" She stood looking at him, her color
high, undecided as to bis meaning
even now- as he went on.
"It would be rather a pleasant expe
rience, perhaps, for you as It would
be for me Just to -mingle with that
rSidy throng say, for dinner. Would
you like to be part of it? It's just a
foolish thought that came to me "
She turned to him, her eyes bright, I
ner iace eager, uouiu we. air. uawn '
she said. "I'm crazy over It!",
1 "I see," he commented dryly. "You
wore dressing to go down to dinner?"
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of course. I couldn't go alone, and
I had no company. I wasn't going
down at all. I just dressed up to
"Just to look at yourself in the mirfi
ror, Isn't that it. Miss Delaware?"
r "Ytei-it's the-truthlS She turned
,to Ijjratcalmly at"Jast,ell In hand
1 ., i-. x -. .
flowt so l;dla the bescl could up
I- dress'gd as; mjich like them as I
knew 'how. I I I imagined! 1
dreamed; Mr. Rawn. I've never known
a real evening of that sort in all my
life but it's in my blood. I want to
go, I want to dine, and drink, and
dance L'm mad about It, I know, but
It's the truth! I want what I can't
have. I want to be what I'm not. I
don't know what's the reason. It's In
the air maybe It's in the day, in the
"Yes, It's In the country," said John
Rawn. "We're all going a swift pace,
men and women both. I don't blame
you. I understand you. Now I know
what you want."
"You want just about what I wanL"
"But Mr. Rawn"
"It's the same thing It's power
that you want. Just as I do. I feel It
In the air when I come near you. You
feel the same way when you come
She nodded rapidly, her eyes nar
rowing. "Yes, It's true!" she said.
, "You want to have It within your
ability to influence men. Just as I do,
don't you. Miss Delaware? That's
what was In your soul when you
stood before your mirror when I came
In, wasn't !L ,Miss Delaware? You
want to win, to succeed, to triumph,
don't you. Miss Delaware you've got
ambition? Wasn't that your dream
Isn't that what you were Imaginin?
stopped once mora at the front of
Graystone hall "Forty-five minutes,
Dennis," said he to his driver, snap
ping his watch. "Twenty-one miles;
youll'learn it after a while."
Mr Rawn was In exceptional good
humor. He was at peace with the
world and with his conscience. He
looked about him now calmly, with
approbation in his gaze. His garden
ers had done wonders. The walks
were solid and well kept, the green
sward sound and flourishing. These
late stubbed and desolate trees were
now wide, green and branching. The
crocus borders were unbroken, the
formal monochrome beds, here and
there upon the lawn, showed clean-cut
and distinct. The tall pillars of his
motley bouse even had a green veil
ing of ivy, swiftly grown by art. and
nqt by time. On a terrace a bed of
foliage plant, thirty feet long, grew
In the" shapo of a word a magic word
-"Rawn.? If any passer-by wished
knowledge as to the creator of all
this, he might read as ho ran
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MEXICO RAILROAD CO.
G:55 a. m. Lv Clifton ar. 3:C3 p. m.
7:34 a. m. Lv Guthrie Lv 3:12 p. m.
S.1S a. m. I.v Duncan Lv 2:26 p m.
3:38 a. m Lv Lordsburg Lv 1:23 p. m.
10:45 a. m. Ar Hachlta Lv 11:59 p. m.
South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific west bound train
No. 1, leaving Lordsburg 10:57 a. nu
South bound train connects with El
Pas & Southwestern east bound
train for El Paso, leaving Hachlta at
11:50 a. n. Mountain Time, and
with west bound train for Douglas
and BIsbee, leaving Hachlta at 18:50
a. m.. Mountain Time.
R. K. MINSON.
Clifton, Ariz. General rassengcrAgoat
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