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Tills BISBEE DAILY KEVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 25,
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mSBEE'S Y. M. C. A.
1 The board ot directors of the Bla-
bce Y. M. C. A. has plauued a cam
paign for support ot the institution
and during the present week special
canvassers will call on tbo business
men and citizens of the district for
the ipurposo of securing pledges of
support for the coming year to the
amount of $2,500 which has been esti
mated as the amount that will bcrc-
c.ulrcd in addition to what has been
guaranteed by the Copper Queen com
pany, the Calumet and Arizona com
pany and other large supporters of
the work of the V M. ii. A.
The Bisbee Y. M. C. A. has a large
membership, but in order that the
many wage earners may feel able
to become members the annual mem
bership fee has been placed at a sum
so low that the receipts from this
tource will not sustain this wort of
the' association, so that it has been
necessary from year to year to ask
for contributions from citizens in or
der to keep the work going. The' de
ficiency this year, after all. the mem
. bershlp fees are accounted for is esti
mated at something like ? 13000 and of
this amount $2500 is desired from the
citizens of the district in the way of
An organization for this purpose
has been perfected by -.lnf:h five
teams of solicitors will cover the dis
trict this week. This call should ba
respuonded to promptly by every cltl
aen who owns any property in the dis
trict or who has a home here. The
Y". M. C. A is one of the greatest up
lifting organizations known to the
world. Its work is to provide at
' tractions for the growing young man
in the community where It exists that
will keep them away from the sa
loons and other places where they
will be retarded In their moral growth
and lead them Into paths that will
strengthen them morally, phylscally
Bisbee and tho Warren olstrict'has
been fortunate in securing a splendid
Y. M. C. A. building ard organiza
tion without having to provide the
original cost of it, but now that it is
lisre and in excellent hands the small
amount asked for to keep it goins
Is an investment that should be
" The Review will be disappointed if
the canvessing teams do not come in
Saturday with a good surplus over the
amount -which the have been com
missioned to secure by subscription.
The purpose of .this money Is for
tho benefit ot every youne man in tbe
Warren district and for rvery miner,
mucker, mechanic store clerk or of
any other occupation who may be
without a home and In need of a
Vlace where he may have healthful
recreation and wholesome associates
when he is away from his duties in
the mines or in the storms and offices.
The effort of the Y. M. C. A. is to
build a higher plane ot citizenship and
in this the entire Warren district
should be Intensely Interested and wo
believe that auring this week that our
citizens will demonstrate that they
are. Chip In liberally to the Bisbee Y,
caused tbe choice contents ot the cel
lars ot Boundary Castle to be poured
Into the gutters in Slxteuith street
at the point at which that coble thor
oughfare slopes teently toward tho
It was some years ago that Mrs.
Henderson made her spectacular and
Ineffectual attempt to oppose Intern-!
pcrance among members of the social
ly active set In Washington. Sighs ara
Mill heaved by .bibulous Washing-
tonlans as they pass the cast sido of
Boundary Castle and ruminate upon
tbe lost wines whose aroma seems
still to cling to the asphalt. Washing
ton's jounger men and younger worn
en, if Mrs. Grundy is not a scandal
monger, drink more deeply than they
did when the gutters ran with the
fused gold and ruby -vintages from
Mrs. Henderson's costly Collection of
It is impracticable that the white
ribbon edict will be accepted as ;.'
worthy example by any large num
ber of persons in Washington, or in
other leading toclal centers. If It'
Las any effect upon the email, rich
and rather -vulgar portion of Ameri
can society that likes to bo called
"Smart Set" it will be o make tho
for suspension of sentence for the
author. He declared that Hawthorne
was penniless, "Fault ot judgment
rather than bad intent." was advanced
In bis behalf.. It is true too, that
the realization that the name he has
labored so long and so hard to keep
clean Is sullied la sufficient punish
ment. The trial lasted seventy court days;
the government produced 1P2 witness
es; ten thousand documents, weighing
one ton .comprised tbe 1,104 exhibit!
offered, and the testimony covered
ilO0 type written pages. The trial cost
tbr government $70,000 and the de
Two other defendants wore con
victed Dr. William J. Morton and Al
bcrt Freeman. Morton received a like
sentence with Hawthorne and Freer
man to Ave years in the Atlanta peni
tentiary. Dr. Morton is the son of the late
Dr. W. T. Morton, the discoverer and
user of ether In surgical operations.
The defendant said his father In
rented ether and the public let him
die penniless, "If," said Morton
"every man, woman and child In the
world who has been saved by ether
from pain and suffering vere to pay
to the Morton family what is its due,
the Morton family would be one ot the
wealthiest in the world."
The trial Judge in denying tho
pleas for clemency and in passing
sentence, declared that the trial was
one ot the fairest possible.
No matter how much the necessity
for the punishment ot these men may
be deplored, yet we believe their con
viction was Justified as a salutary
lesson to others who would exploit the
public through fake mining Bchemes.
Millions of dollars are niched from
the people annually by promoters of
fraudulent mining enterprises and
mails are used as the vehicle for en
ticing their quarry. Men and women
?f snail means are mined and or
phans robbed of their patrimony by
Mines And Markets
Oil THE HE!
DAN III UUmiNUU
Buying Is Nevertheless Dull
-All Stocks, However.
Score Gain - Money Situa
EUROPE IS EASIER
NSW YORK, March 24. The stock
market opened today after a triple
holiday and there was a brisk demand
for stocks for about an hour. The
leading shares advanced a point or
more. Early gains wero cut into for
a time, but toward the close stocks
moved up again and tbe final figures
were at about the highest of the
Bisbee Mining Man Finds
the Southern Country to
Jtse bood During Times of
FOREIGNERS NOW OUT
H. Milton Daley, formerly a news
paperman of this city and Lowell has
returned to the district from Santo
Domingo, where he was engaged in
placer mining. He expects to remain
hero until the present war troubles
oi banto Domingo- are settled, and
then go back to that country.
"Placer mining under conditions of
peace In Santo Domingo," said Mr.
TffiyTtlt n. i. Z
U. S. Hardware and Paint Store
We carry a complete Una ot Mechanics' Tools, such brands as Stan
ly, Starretts, Buck, White, DIsston and all the leading makes of
Builders Hardware, Paints, Oils and Varnshe3 of tbe best quality.
Also a complete line ot Sporting Good?, Rifles, Shot Guns and Re
volvers. We carry exclusively Winchester Ammunition.
U. S. Hardware and Paint Store
Speculative sentiment was more ; Daly yesterday, "is good, but w 1th the
leerful hut thprn VS4 th finmc, sh.1 .- . ,. , . . .
tuuuiry ai war it is no place lor ;or-
cheerful but there was the same ab
sence of buying power which has been
the, feature of the market for several
For tho first time In several months
an increase In surplus over the cor
responding week of tho previous year
vtas reported. Time money was eas
ler'on advices from abroad which in
dicated the period of stringency thero
drawing to an end.
One sign of strength was found in
advances by a number of the newer
Industrials which recently showed
Bonds were irregular with better
undertone. Total sales, par $1,333,000.
Furnished by L J. Overlook
ing so enrages the free-and-easy as
Puritanism which, by anystretch of j schemes of the dishonest jromotc
these human cultures.
All other causes of
. New York
Amalgamated ... . ..
Anaconda ...,..' . .... . .
American Smelter ....
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
elgners. Most of the latter have left.
only a few Americans remaining as
sight seers. All married men among
tbe foreigners have come out.
"t believe that when peace Is again
re-established that there will be tho
greatest rush to Santo Domingo that
th(j country has ever known. Not on
ly are Its placer gold fields very de
cidedly worth while, but tho country
has other mineral resources that are
very valuable and invito extensive pro
specting and jmlnlng. The accom
plishment of proper prospecting of
the country is up to foreigners, who
Receive very satisfactory considera
tion and in times of peace are wanted
In the country. As elsewhere, the
American is the most prominent
among the foreigners in pushing
things ahead. There is ample room
and opportunities for him not only In
mlnlnsr but also In other lines.
Mr. Daly will be joined here short
ly liv his wife, who preceeded him
fiom Santo Domingo, going to Chi
cago for a visit with her parents.
I They will make their homo here until
Lumberj Lime, ' Cement,
Paint of All Kinds, Build
ers9 Hardware, Plate and
We wish to call especial attention to the fact that tvc
arc putting in a complete line of B .P. S. Paints,
manufactured and guaranteed by THE PATTERSON-SARGENT
CO- Cleveland, Ohio.
Henfes Lumber Co.
List Your Property With
M. C. HIGH
REAL ESTATE and RENTALS
Exceptional Facilities For Quick Service
Baltimore and. Ohio ...
Chesapeake and Oh'lo 71 1-S ' EUC. times ag they return to Santo
Canadian Pacific ,. 226 3-4 ...,,.
Great Northern ...1271-4
InUrborot Common, 1.- 17
Uchlgh Valley 153
Icuisville and Nashville 133 3-1
Missouri Pacific 37
Penna ,: US 3-8
Reading- .. 1571-8
ana Rock Island -"-
.. -ill i-j
losses sustained in mining projects,
combined, have not contributed to the
cannuikin clink all the louder. Noth-tnjary 0r the mining iudustry half
so much as have the damnable
.imagination .they can regard as being
a probable reflection upon their con-!
duct or criticism of their code, says
The fact seems to be ttat the Wil
tons, Marshalls and Brians bava
never served wines at their parties
an dsee no reason for beginning todo
so because they, occupy official po
rtion. According to a Wosbington
correspondent) teveral cabinet fami
lies, in addition to tbe Biyans, are in
tbe habit of giving wincless enter
tainments and will continue to do so.
Nothing conld be more truly repre
sentative of American society in the
btoader sense of the term ihan a din
ner without "drinks." Only a very
small percentage of Americans serve
intoxicants at entertainments of the
sort called "social functions." J.n thou
sands of homes even homes In which
the decanter upon the sideboard is a
matter of course tho accepted idea is
that women do not drink, and that
men can abstain for hours at a
stretch without hardship and should
be glad to do so under the stimllus of
feminine society. The attitude of the
average American even the average
American who enlivens his flaking
with a Jug and warms his friendship
with a social glass is that to serve
ulne for his wife and daughters, par
ticularly daughters, at a dinner or s
ball would be "scandalous," and' that
drinking In society Is highly injur
ious to manners and morals.
A. "WHITE, RIBBON"
k y i 4A:
And the result: All mining enter
prises are placed In the same category
and the industry denounced by the
victims and an inconsiderate public
as gambling, with loaded dice in the
bauds of the promoter.
The federal government Is perform
ing a righteous duty in ferrettlng out
fraudulent mine promoters, and it is
to be hoped will continue the good
work with unrelenting vigor.
Steel Common . .
Union Pacific . . ,
4(7 1 2
STORY WITH A MORAL.
The conviction and sentence to a
term of one year and a day In the
federal prison at Atlanta, of Julian H.
Hawthorne, ton. of Nathaniel Haw
thorne, the novelist, for exploiting the
so-called Hawthorne mining proper
ties Is a pitiable incident and re
grettable because of his distinguished
lineage and the high esteem in which
he himself was held. j
' the company was enabled to make a
strong plea to a credulous public,
thereby obtaining about $OO,OC0 In
A MATTER OF
Tariff revision U not bo much a
mater of economic knowledge as of
moral strength. It was not the lack
of. democratic wjsdom as to schedule
that made the Wlli-on act a thinf; so
far from what the man wh6se namti
it bore desired it to be It was the
moral twist In so-called democratic
senators In league with the tariff
interests that made that measure a
monument, in Cleveland's pithy
phrase, of "jarty and pasty dlshon
Today as the people look ior
ward with confidence to effective re
vision of the tariff downward in the
extra session ot congress to begin
April 7, the chief ground of our con
fidence Is tie moral soundness of
The democracy has been tried in
tbe fire. In those dark days when re-
jiublican majorities In congress were
ho unwieldy that tbe democratic mem
mers were forgotten and overlooked.
when the pluralities of republican
presidents were reckoned by millions
of votes, a little company ot dem
L. J. OVERLOOK MARKET LETTER
..The New York market developed a
stronff tone over tbe holidays. Ope
ning prices showed fractional gains
for the general list Strength was
maintained throughout the sessiou
with closing prices at the best of tho
day, generally 1-2 to 2 points higher.
Owing to the prevalent storms and
destruction ot telegraph lines, quota
tion service was somewhat crippled,
no quotations on the Boston coppers
A shipment of the rock from He
South Lake'8 10-foot lode has been
received at the Boston office. After
wasslng out of this lode at a depth
of 210 feet two stringers of copper
bearing rock wero encountered at 2o0
and 2S0 feet each. The shaft is now
close to 300 feet deep at which point
a station will be cut.
The Rand gold mines produced in
Tebruarv 734,122 ounces of gold
against "789,390 ounces in January.
The February output was valued at
C3.118.352 against 3.353,116 In Jan
tiary . .
ThnmtKOn. Towle & Co. say It is
a conservative rstlmate that on tho
present copper buying movement of
last month and this, total sales liayo
aggregated between 130,000,000 and
200,000.000 lbs pretty equally divided
between Surope and this country, and
nrices have advanced under tne stim
ulus o fthis buying from 14 3-4 to
ID 1-S cent. In fact the Calumet fc
llecla advanced prices to 15 1-4 cents,
and have sold all the copper they de-
s-lre to at that nrice
It is apparent, therefore, that the
decline in metal prices after sales of
about 200,000.000 lbs. of copper has
been arrested and that under tho stim
ulus of continued large consumption,
higher prices may naturally bo looked
A very favorable producers' report
for March 13 ia prospect. la a recent
three days' period 12,000.000 n.3. oi
copper were shipped ahroad.
Acquires Option on 400 Acres of Ad
The Arizona Commercial company
h.ia closed necotiations for the pur
chase of 400 acres of mineral land in
the Olobe camp a few hundred feet
distant from the present worKings auu
adjoining the United Globe and Old
The nroierty Is believed to have
important possibilities, the purchaso
being strongly recommended by the
company's geologists as v.ell as by
miAmMne oltlcials of the Old Domin
ion who are familiar with the ground.:
The acquisition involves a relative
ly small sum and except for a small
payment to bind the bargain no money
will be required for two years.
Meanwhile the Arizona Commercial
hn thn nrivilece of developing the
new property, any ore which may bo
extracted during this period to belong
to the company. If developments arc
favorable, final payment will then be
made, otherwise the option will lapse.
Develonment o tthe Copper Hill
end of Arizona Commercial Is being
steadily nushed ana recenny a verj
promising body of sulphldo ore has
been opened on the eighth level. The
extent o finis ore body nas not ye..
r.pniral Manager Kingdon, ot Ol-l
Dominion, who Is also in charge of
congress. The president is a former! Arizona Commercial work, writes mat
., J1 It U by far the most important deve!
demoeratlc governor, comics to the J wnicU lia3 takcn ,l!ace sinCe
president's clialr fresh from victories j nje new management has been in con-
.. ... -.J trnl The shnlt is now about CO feet
in New Jersey of exactly the samal trol. Ti n.
tort that need to be won In the wider: steadlly.
m ' MINERS ' '
Mf & MERCHANTS BANK 'V-,
JPfcr- YN every country cf C:a cvrSIcctl vorld, 3jli
llfjili A "A.B.A." Cheque- --: cc-T-crl ty hotels, $M
PrfBit nalT7-r- ttcrr-h:- l.-zacrl 'c best shops -'pWl
Ur& E-.cn-iy. Issd in 7 eraocst desired, in .jHf
f:m SIC, ZZ0, C50 (zd C1CC. As c- cai I-cndy fM
W-W, csyc.rcv.-nchc-ii-bcthcsas. Useless ,'31?
Wr till sicr-cd, end ycur denature ide-tilics you. ffij
VOrA dfcsSx afcwHT 3 VenbO'4- Si ' &?
j fSEt?M'---- -'- js,,4-s2?l '$y
from Africa and the Insurgent repub
licans lost their heads and their creed
in slavish, hero worship. Tho. demo
crats held to both. The nation took
note of the fact, eipcted a democratic
majority In each house of congress.
Frequently a political overturn
brings to the front an untried leader
ship. Jjot so now The The democratic
leaders In the house have been learn
ing co-operation since the oeginnin?
of the second session of tho Sixtieth
You Are Cordially invited
To make this bank your btiblr.ess headquarters.
There are times yhen jolt want a quiet place to go over
your papers. You may want to have a business discussion
with one or more persons. You may want some confidential
advice or information from an officer of the bank.
Just feel entirely at home to come in here and use the.
comforts and facilities of this bank as if they wero your own.
You aro entirely welcome to the accommodations that were ln
stalled here for YOU.
The Bank of Bisbee, Bisbee, Arizona
The Oldest and Largest Bank in Southern Arizona
The announcement that no -wine
will oe servca at any o uue cura-
talnments given by the Wilsons, the
Marshalls or the Bryans during thelrj u'ibcriptions to th stock of the en-
residence In Washington recalls the
time when Mrs. John B. Henderson
1 tcrprhc, which proved ttf bd "wortfr
lets. Counsel for Hawthorne- pleaded
AH the task of tariff revision needs
is the application of faucu economic
wisdom as the democracy has never
mad with power and delivered over
wholly to the schemes of Big Busi
ness. It Ifc not too much to say that
democracy had a new birth of hope
and courage. The fires besan to burn
with clear flames on the old altars,
surgent republicans' was .formed .and
save evidence ot the possession of
more'brains and much more con-1
science than the republicans. Pro-,
sresslve Uwi re passed by thU
roalltlon. Then lioo-evclt returned ,
Th r.ranbv smelter treated 97,827
r,n ,f nre in February against 102,-
! m'i nm in January. The smelter
produced 1,779,212 pounos ot copv
i in February aim .t.. -.w,ww
lacked, made effective by such moral pounds. January the proUuctiouwa
... .,. ,,, ,n 1 1,792,245 'pounds aud the shipments
strengua as use pany uao au!"!. .-. jj28245 pound
recent years. The abuses of protection
have not waited for aday of wisdom
sufficient to bring them to an end;
they have waited for a day of con-
disposition to apply tho ten Com
mandments in a plain, old-fashioned
way to such masterpieces ox b-" , There aro
la action as th wool schedule. The 0f sinking to be done tjefc-o laterals.
party Is ready. It has come to tha " o( tho Mc ,n whIch tne gBatl
kingdom for such a time an thU. t Jb sinking.
Captain A. B. Wolvln, formerly
president of the Butte & Superior com
ipny says that he Is more than
niMsed with the result of the work
i-fnc done bv theJeachlng plant ot tne
J Buttoi U liluthicompa'ny.of which ho
1 isf president.' '
Tlie tfiiw Arcadian mine's shaft has
re-enierea ic veui . . -w
. .' -.- being out of It for a considerable dls
mastcrplects of greed There aro but 75 feet more
Is A DOLLAIl L.081 Gone Forever!
Every Dollar you save and deposit with this strong bank
means not only a dollar .saved,' but a dollar 'drawing I'i Interest
Ghdose wlselxithe manner In which you'll, uso-your dollarsS.jby ,
starting a Savings Account wth this bank NOW!
Citizens Bank and Trust'Compatiy -
Main Street. Bisbs. AriEA
Will E. McKet President. C. A. McDonald, Caltr.
O. W. Wolf, Assistant "aihler.
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