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ittbi-lMJL-UrlL,Y Kl-Vll-YV, lHUKbUAY MOKNING, OCI'UBhR 16, 1913.
STOCKS, MINES, METALS
ct LEADER APPEALS
V Ik -
GAINS LBSI AT
END OF RALLY
London Demand Caused Up
ward Inclination During
Part of Day European
Uneasiness Bear Feature
NEW; YORK. Oct 18. For a time
today ground was lost by stocks yes
teruay s acute weakness, (which pre
cipitated general selling, was later
retrieves, iut in the final hour an
other selling movement wiped out
much of the recovery.
little, attenUon is paid the Mexican
situation. Conditions aboard are
North Butte 2G
Old Dominion 50
Phelps Dodge 210
Pond Creek 19
Kay Consolidated IS 3-4
Qulncy ,... 7
Shannon ., 7
Superior Beaton .. 3
Utah Consolidated S7-S
Utah Copper 42
Saginaw .:..'. 11
Ahmeek ..... 2S1
Braden ....l ,.. 71-81
B. & Ia. 32
! jC Am .
Davis Daly 13-4
Kerr Lake 4
T.si-Vv TM-pr l- 4 1-lS
again uncertain. The London market r f i
. Mason Valley 4
is confused. Although settlements
wern concluded without strain. riorlx-..,. mi..... n
Hn is weak again. London's prices. -a,J rr.
TLpr irnfrnllv T ... r
for our securities were generally Qjibway
higher. That market bought 15.000
stares ere, mainly steel and copper.
Thee local movement embraced a
Oneco .' '. 93
New Cornelia ..i 31-4
Italnbow ... SI-
arietyof industrials. Peoples GasjSjerra 6
...... . . -i-
fiaiHiug o puiuis ou announcement oi g y Miami
increased dividend. Steel, American s'ia Antonio ..'.'.'
Telephone and speculative special- j fonopah
ties,U. S. Rubber, Westinghouse and Tonopah Belmont
iui-ui irsciiuus rose a point or more jW'est End 107
' .. , i Warren 01
New York .. I.,..i -r.
, ttUltCl UV A
(ReceUed by L. J. Overlook)
Anaconda 34 1-2 ' J aIor V
American Smelter , J BaUimorV 'on
Atchison . . . 92 1-S Ca,umet
jiruuK uapm irauMi odw
Baltimore and Ohio . ..92 3-4
Chesapeake and Ohio 56 3-4
Canadian Pacific 2233-4
Great Northern 124 1-2
Interboro Common . . 13 3-4
t i,th vailov- .. 150 3-4 BOSTON. OcL 15. The market
LoulsUlle and Nashville .. .. 131 1-2 j opened with a slightly mare bullish I
Missouri Pacific 2S5-S tendency. Early prices showed frac-j
NoVthern Pacific 106 3-4 tional advances, but the enthusiasm
New York Central 93 j did not last long The record for the
Penna Ill 6aY shows slig&t rallies ail tnrougn
Reading"",'..". 160 1-2 the list, but the volume or business
Eock Island 131-2 shows little increase The big bank
Sugar , . 10S ling Interests are still much dissatls.
Steel Common 53 fle' wiyj a proposed currency bill
3ooi rr.i. 105 1-2 and will offer no support to markets
Southern Pacific .... - wdw.ubui mey aie
, . wneai
of woman;s ills
Yialds to Lydia E. Pinltham'a
Athens, Texas. "I had a complica
tion of diseases, some of them of losg
to you for advice
and took Lydia E.
ble Compound, and
some other things
that you sugges
ted. I must confess
that I am much bet
ter in every way and
have been relieved
of some of the worst
bors soy I look younger now than I did
fifteen years ago." Mrs. Sarah R.
Whatley, Athens, Texas, R. F. D.
No. 3. Box 92.
We know of no other medicine which
has been so successful in relieving the
Buffering of women, or received bo mr-ny
genuine testimonials, as has Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
In nearly every community you will
find women who have been restored to
health by this famous medicine. Almost
every woman you meet knows of the
great good it has been doing among
Buffering women for the past 30 years.
In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn,
Mass., are files containing hundreds of
thousands of letters from women seek
ing health, in which many openly staUs
over their own signatures that they have
regained their health by taking Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
many of them state that it has saved
them from surgical operations.
If you trant special adTlce irrlte to
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, 3Iass. Your letter Trill
be opened, read and answered by a
Uoraan and held in strict confidence.
In the World!
find a cowboy jvi
viujuu. ui. tiidrw-
ings." A sack 6f
consulted in framins
Local coppers look cheap-
er than ever and twlth underlying con-
December-".' &l 1- ditlons unchanged, there is no reason
:-s to expect anytning more man a irac-
i tional decline in the local list, no
. 'matter what the New York list docs.
' ST - i. ' ...AAA
December , CT l-S Total sales New YorK Jia.vuy. Jion-
MaV ,a C91-2 py 33-S'7 Metal 1C 1-4 to J -2
December .'. 12.0S
NOTES INFLUENCING THE DAY
(By Levy Bos.)
The Massachusetts 'Public Service
commission approves the New Hav-
SURE OF BISBEE
Dolnp More Building Than in
a Number of Years ant
Justifying Much More
House Demand Is Strong
Speaking about building conditions
in the city, Mr. Tarrant, of the Arm
of Bane & Tarrant, said jesterday
that there was more building going on
now and more contemplated than at
any period during tho last flvo years.
Ills firm has contracts on hand
amounting to over $33,000, and eipect
that the currency t0 close contracts for as much moro
bill, when rounded out will be, ac- work In tho nest few das.
ceptable to country bankers and will "The great demand for homes is
fill the 'need of such a measure in stimulating the building industry and
every way. j consequently mere it. more going on
Adventure .'. I31
Anaconda 34 1-2. en's bond issue,
Algomah n-i J. J. Hill says
Alaska . ...U - 22
Butte Superior 32
Calumet &-Hecl 420 The sross earnings of the Wabash at present time than there has been
Calumet &- Arizona C3 f0r the last? fiscal year was the larg- for a jonK number of years," he said
Copper Range 3S3-1 cst in its history; the Southern Rail- -since we have engaged In business
Eait Butte 12 '-way reports 3 39 per cent on common nere we have been havlrg all the work-1
Granby -. -- jn 1913 against 3.13 per cent m i-j- (that we possibly could do and each
Greene Cananea .... 30 I Copper interests are not appre- j-y are -ailed on for new estimates
Giroix 12 henslvq oer reports of declining ac- rn my opinion there is 'no other
Goldfield T--- " ' "' ' 11-2 tlvltles;.the metal was sharply high- cty ln the state that ofTers better
Hanqock ,...., ., f 1? er in Loadong this morning. 1 opportunity for investors to put up
Indiana . .-'- '. I - ' houses for rental as rents here are
Inspiration' ..-...'".!". ..4-- 15 1-4 ' see "Alkali" Ike's gal at the Royal high and houses always in demand. 1
Frederick S. Doyd.
Trederick S. Boyd, close associate
of William D Haywood and a leader
of the Industrial Workers of the
worja. v;no was recently sentenced
by a New Jersey -udge to spend sev
eral years in pnro.n, has appealed
his case and is now out on bail
th matter in the Phoenix Gazette and '
Kont letters to all newspapers on the
route. He received general commen
dation and did splendid publicity work
It was his suggestion that the meet
tng for organization be held at the
time of the fair The matter has
rested until now, whn the Blsbee
club revived it. They wrote to Mr
Akers suggesting Nov. 6 and are now
working with him.
The old association never held a
general convention. It covered too
much territory. The object of the new
association Is a more compact bodv
of Individual units, a unit; or more Id
each city ortown The call sas it
is desired to spend th southwest's
own money Tor the bnoflt of the
southwest and not to turn it over to
others to spend or wasta It. but to
advertise the Borderland as tho routp
that Is now traveled and so to attract
th tourist to and through this secUon.
and to make tho route a real high
way. Under tho terms of the call each'
commercial organization or outomo
bile club Is entitled to two delegates
n city or town without such organiza
tion, to two. Thus El Paso, Douglis,
TUsbee, Tucson, Phoenix and San
Dleijo will each have four delegates
vhile Lordsbur?, Deming, Tombstone,
Plorenc, Mesa, Yuma and other cltiei"
will have but two. It Is expected
there will be 14 cities and towns rep
resented and that 40 delegats will be
in attendance. The date selected is
considered the most advantageous pos
sible and with general newspaper sup
port a powerful organization will result.
is a part
s( , r esT4m'c
Ul -.v-.y uuiuiv.1 j
enninment. The familiar round ta "fji
hangs from the blouse pockets of all of
Uncle Sam's Oack Tars. And in the of
ficers' mess on every battleship and at
every military post you'll find an open
sack of "Bull" Durham, inviting every
one to roll for himself a fresh, hand-made
"Bull" Durham cigarette the kind that
brings lasting enjoyment and satisfaction
to more millions 0 men than all the brands
of ready-made cigarettes combined I "
Enough for forty hand-made cigarette in each 5-cent tack)
Durham has been the standard smoking tobacco of the
world for tnree generations It is the
same today as it was 53 years ago
just pure good tobacco with the
natural tobacco fragrance rich,
mellow and satisfying.
"Bull" Durham hand-made ciga
rettes have a delightful aroma andfresi
HkfJmfSiBE JraSrance tnat no other cigarettes possess.
compare tneir delicious smoothness and cool
ness with even the highest-priced ready
made cigarettes, and judge for yourself.
A. book of "papers
FREE with eac
Isle RofalfZ...'. IS 1
Lake- '-. . .... 3 l"2 Confined to
Lasallu:, .. .. ... 4
IL O. Harris has ieen confined to
Miami ......'. 22' 1-S his homo for several days with kid- an established camp with an assured
know of a large number of people who
want to come here but are precente.l
at the present time on account of tho
lack of houses. Futhermore, Bishee 19
RESULTS OF HIT
Perritt. Ryan and Arbogast; We-"
Ab es and Alexander,
Lelfleld aDl TO 'DISCUSS
Sacramento 7 10 0
Venice 1 S ?
Lively and Bliss; Pitt. Edmondsen
UNIVERSAL REGRET FELT
Body of Nick Noble Arrives Today
When the life of N'ek Nobje quW
ly slipped away Into the shadows, at
his home ln Fresno, Calif, Saturday
NEW YORK, Oct. 15 The reform
of the American banking system" Is
thp principal topic scheduled fordis4
cussior. at the second national 'confer
ence on currency reform, which be
gan a two days' session" In this cify
today undec the auspice, of the Acad-,.
rmy of Pdlittcal Science. Prominent
speakers hfeard at the Initial sessions-!
this afternoon were Senator Robert L.
Owen, chairman of the vSonato Com
mittee on Banking and Currency; Rep
resentative. Carter Glass, chairman of
the similar committee' of the House;
Regular' meeUng- Friday even
ing, Oct. 17th.. at S:00 p. m.
"VT P EVANS, Exalted Ruler.
L. M. COX. Sec'y. -
LOWELL THEATRE CANDY STORE
("J. F. York. Prop.);
(ull Line 'of Caudles, Sodas and
. Ice Cream.
CIOAKS. TOBACCO, ETC
Next to Lowell Theatre
. Tl'n-wn-n Unri1in-"i J-.C 4Ti(- PUw--. V.
last, years of suffering werc over for r""'-"v v. a
twji.i .-M...U. v. ..un .u.a., v, ... .
Mohawk . .
Nevada . .
tipv troubles, the result of a severe
41 sprain sustained on Monday. His
13 3-S condition for a time was considered
11-1 as likely of serious results, but re
Si 2 pert last night was of improvement
future and no one can Ios.- money
here by putting it ir houses and
real estate The- conditions ire su"Ni
that property will bcomo more val
uable each year"
: Yell Defiance
at Blood Disorders
Ek.U', & ftto3?& jggE&2C2MV-r for iA
A Remedy That Has Shown
a Most Remarkable
RAILWAY SURGEONS JN SESSION
CHICAGO,' HI, Oct. 15. Means to
a prosperous ana userui citizen, tie gprage of Harvard University, and o employes and pasensers.'is sched
was one of the best known -ind pop f Arthur Repolds. o Des Moines; la, nied as tho chief subject for discus-
umr man in ocmse.cuu.u, wucio u ,0 at tne teth anuaj -----nt,-,, of
came in 1SS1. In" Tombstone, where MEETING OP GRAIN DEALERS -the American asportation ot Railway
jjhe conducted a grocerx and general , Sur-ePnSi whlcn 00gali lts sessions at
, I merchandise store, Ccchlse was fintj ,XE- ORIGANS. Lo., Oct. 13 - th Hotel Sherman in this city today.
1 to know him. but in 1897 he moved to what promises to be one of tho most Other topics to be discussed during
I DUknA Y.AnAwtI-4-. nccnnlata 11 ltr tflO . ... .... .. T 7. "-
important -meetings ever neia by uie the tnree dajs' session win bo the
National Grain Dealers' association cause and' cure of car sickness, there
convened in this city today with an lation of the attendant turgeon to the
attendance of prominent rcpresenta- evidence in personal Injury claims,
tives of the trade from all eevcUons and the role of the railway surgeon In
of the countTy. It la tho seventeenth preventing damage claims,
annual convention of tho association.
Steel Lined Speed Shells for Fast Birds
D1RDS huve a right, of course, to flush up whete--
ever they please and fly off at any unexpected
angle I What you want is the nearest thing to point
blank aim the shorted possible lead.
Shoot the speed shelh Reraington-UMC Sled Lined Arrow
end Nitro Club. They get your load to the bird quicker than,
any other shell Vnow to the shooting fraternity. Their steel
limns grips the powder, givine your shot charge the full
benefit of the explosive force. ' . ,. . .,
I.. - R-r-i-rton.UMC idea that steel Iinine so if YOU
want speed you roust see that you get Remiogton-UMC
Arrow or Nitro Club. f
Yoo -nil find a full SM-mn-nt in die fan of die mm alert dcJcr
oi this Mcboo. Idencir the- bT the Ked B-tl muk on the boa.
Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
299 Bromdway I2 New York
L. j-. -.-ifc. . 4V- -fc-a -k 4V -4-K-vJ 1 J f
ruiiiiuiiua ui uuuci iaii, r-vs-i
sociatipn Route During Fair
wees win iviean a
Deal for the State.
llisbee, becomirig associated with the
late MUo Medlgovlch ln the grocery
and tijutt business Medigovlch &
Noble did a large and prosperous bus
iness and acqufred a large amount of
llisbee property " in -which they tat
great faith. In 1000 Mr. Noble re
tired, living quietly here ln Blabe-
Some lively dlscussionsare expected ANOTHER NEGRO'S FATE SEALED
until GSarch 1312, 'when he moved to t the meeting aS the gVaia trade of WILLIAMSON, W Va.. Oct 15.
rresno. Calif., seeking reiier- rrom
asthma, the fatal malady to which n
fnally succumbed. The fight, thai
Nick Noble made against this foe,
was characteristic of tho man, gamf
1 Nick Coble was born in Badua.
i southern Dalmana. ln 1S48, where he,
1 lived until 186A when ne came to
the United States, going to Virginia
rtr. Xevada. and working ln the
the west 1 not particularly favorable A posse of 200 citizens surround the
to th" new standards for corn iuspec- Kentucky mountains in search of a
tion whleli .the Department of Agri- negro who yesterday shot .and killed
culture has, formulated, and which will Deputy Sheriff Albert Puty, when the
be explained to the convention by Dr. latter tried to arrest him. ' The negro
J. W. T. Duvel, crop technologist of Is hidden in a mountain cliff but will
the department, undoubtedly bo taken.
Great At ljut Toa Con Grt Kid ' B,ood Tronb,M ' mines in all the famous camps' of tha
...!. t ..,? nt Ti rami in
ioriiotu.-. o u.i.. ww .- .-
Llko "all genuine pioneers, obie
The word Medicine ! oce of the most
lbnifd tn our lsneuaw. There are
At thp fitntfl fair In Phfr.ir nort t nrta1n ropcllrliiftl cnODertiJ last as nee-
month a Borderland Route association ? g SS.'S' Z&ctofk
will be organizea among air cities s. S. This famo-u blood pawner contains
and towrs from El Paso to Phoenix, medicinal "mponentsjost as vital and es
. . j - , .. ontlal to healthy blood a the elements ot
In the past two days 3G letters have eat, roast beer, the -fats and the i-jar
leen sent out from Blsbee Commercial that make op our dally ration.
Atlto club to various organizations and cnat "" sf. I'Vhtch9 Jerr"" &
newspapers calling this meeting to .ctlre purpose ot atfcnulatlns each cellular
be held November C, Automobile Day, part of the body to the healthy loa-
I, .. . .. .. , , , ' cloas selection of Its own essenual nntn-
and the day after the arrival or the ' lt j,- it resenerates the blood
cars In the El Paso to Phoenix race. sopply; why lt has snea a tremenaons In
. 1j,Kt imrlnsr onr-intilnir i Ttonlpr. flnence ln overcoming Uhenniatlsm. CaUrrtt
1 i-ist spring, organizing a uoruer. of tte stom.ch ,-a mtestiaes, tkia erun-
J lard Route association was taken up tlons and all blood troubles.
I by the Commercial club. At that time Get a bottle of S. S. S. at any img
... . i., . .t 1 . store, and In a few days yon Wll not
letters favorable to the project were J,j 'feeI brig5lt tnj enersetlc hot you will
i t.aIvm1 fi-ATTi Tl Pafln 'TlpmjTH- T flrAfU . . nlrfnn nf new life. S. S. S. Is Dre-
1 . , .V l.ly.Mtiv tt -Tn Klft . Y-I1 .t ..t.A .
Mirv TVimrlos TnmlOn TiiMim bbm ou; h.uw -"" "..". " county, wniie uis muuiet --oio
Florence, Mesa, Tempe. Phoenix, n.Sin a very edcJent medial it-1 Evergreen cemetery. -,
Y'lima El Centro and San Diego, Then partmrnt where all who have any blood Universal Tegpet is" expressed, st
llisbee broached the subject or the."4" " a ,tnbborn mtm T RBIBlttte passing of Nick Xobio and rela
rnart raco and the matter of nrcanlza. ' a. a. tL t- said eTerrwhere bT drag stores, 'tlves and Wends have the slnccts
I tion was held in abeyance. I deavrtment and 1"' t0"?- I sympathy of all. Announcement f
Meantime Charles IL Akers too up1, ?.' YJStn&i Is? ' th0 luneral will bt m.d, liter.
strugsled Ijard and Buccesafully ln
this rough western country and' ma
terially assisted in the -development
of this great mining city. True to
every sentiment of those -bardyi
splendid men. and loyal, to those with
whom he had lived. and loved, he will
be laid to rest in ,peace In Evergreon
cemetery at Blsbee. ' The ritual of,
the Blue Lodge of Masons .-will .bj
read by the Blsbee chapter,' or which
he was a consistent meinber. ' Ur.
Nob'e Is survjved by his wife, Mary. I
and his brother, 'John, who. are won
and favorably known all over Cochin
From the time of the
earliest Egyptian, Phoenician,
Greek, and Roman physicians
straight down to the present
day, mineral waters have been
considered the oldest and
ablest curatives known.
Standing alone in its class,
the high regard in which
WHITE ROCK WATER is
held by the doctors of today is
attested by its enormous saleo ,