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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1914.
ON 1HE MARKET
Reading ICS M
Roc Island ... ,...f. .. .. 9 1-2
trel Common .
Sugar . 108 1-2
Southern Pacific OS 1-1
I'nlon Pacific. 102 3-1
Dividend Suspension Rumors
and Declining Rail Earnings
Bring Both Home fend For
eign Selling of Several Issues
NBW YORK. Toil. 2. Kxtenslon of
tlio upward movement In stocks wn
prevented ttdny by a combination of
bearish Influences. The most dlRturt
lug factor waa renewed soiling of
Rock Island sccnrltleM, wlilcli boranic
ncntoly weak. Uist week's report
that tlio company would b reorgon
Ized was followed today by Intima
tions that dividends might bo sus
pended on tbo Chicago, Rock Island
& Pacific stcck.
Tho effect on tr-p general market
of tho. drop In Rock Island securities
was heightened by extensive Belling
horo for European account. Loudon
milotded perhaps S500 sharp, prin
cipally r. P., Canadian Pacific. Sttl.
mid Amalgamated. Deccmbor re
ports of tho largest eastern railroads
Allouez - 3S 1-2
jllutto Superler 33-1
Calumet & Hccln ... 410
I Calumet & Arizona . . !8
Chlno .... 421-2
Coppor Range 39 1-2
Greene Cnuanea .. 10
Ooidfleld T 13-1
Hancock 20 1-2
Inspiration 17 3-8
Keweenaw " 4
I.&ke ... 10 ,
Tells of Recovery
Ttiront Trowlilpn, like contlnn'd rouitln
srid olil", iiflcn wrloiulr affect
hiti!i. If yon Iim not fmiiKl nny lm-pmvi-tnrnt
imm ttif tn-nliiii'iil vmi lme
Itlwl. lnTi-lltp the ninny tvportw show
Init lxiiFtlti. nnd. In nimirroiin nw,
romplrtn rrnitrrlrs. trimuM nUimt lij the
ni. of i:rknmn's Allrtntlvr. Thtt In n
mxtli'liii. fnr Tlitont ami I .tine TrmililM,
fnrornlilr known for innri., tlinu flflrtn
Train. Itc-n.l llil him1:-
Coiirint of Ht. Aiiiip. Honfonl. Hn.
"(li-titkrmtu In FVIiritnrr. Hill, four
tlootnr I'ViinlncI my HirnM nml pro
I:oiinml tin' iirrr!!v nf nil operation.
Ituvlnjr hmnl itt Pprfcoklll. X. V. ..J-tN
rrhotiM. of thi. Muter of St. tmiicls,
where 1 wn vMtlwr. of Hrhtnnn' Allrrit
live. I itrterniliwil n n Inst rinnrt n try
It After l.iklnu four or are liolttcn Inrge
pltrM of illfwnwil tlHe isme nttny. I
rontluiinl the AllcrnllTi'. to my cmtrful
ml al.illy relief. In ten month I n
riTloreil tn in-rfcrl henltli. I would In;
Kl.ul lo write or lulu t "'T r-raun. T.-1-ti
l"y tM.r M llollllt tilmiil It. 1 WOlllll like
them to ei' nml lienr from my own tin.
It llit-y nt diflre. nil I would iy of It.
(rlitiieili MOTItim M. HTA.NIHUIIH.
iAIhitc nlilireilnlMl: Inure nil rtipiet )
nikiiimi'S AlterntlU' i.nn l-een iroven liy
ninny yinrn' ti't In In luot rtni-m l.'U"
for eere Thronl nml I.iiiik A rrcct l(i.
Itrot.ililll. llroiielitnl AMIiiiiu. Slntlxirii
t'oliN nml In iiplmllitliiE .he systrni.
t iMiliilnn no nnri-otles. poUonn or linlilt
forming li utr. Ak for iKxiklrt telling
of n-rorerh.'. nml write to l.tkmnii
lilHiraiorr. rlillnili-liitil.i. 1'u.. for al
deuce. For nolo br H lendm ilriiEBll
and. IOwell Drug Co.; in Lowu'il.
Kerr Iako ;.' .. ... 5
Lucky Tiger 4 l-
Mex Mc-t ,. 2C
North Tlgr i X '
Nacozarl . "5
Blerra ....! .'. ... 05
San Antonio .... 2
Savanna j,.... ..
Rainbow . . .
Tonofmh ...i.. . .. .'.v
Tonoivth Iluliriont .;
8 3-iWost UtHl 14" ,,
2 1-2 j Wan en 0 1-1
woro diittnctly unfavorooio. n. vr:
Ccntial showed n decrease In net tf'i.Halle 4
3,0S7,00O, which was largely respon- Miami
slblo for, heaviness of the stock. Mayflower .
I'eTina's operating Income fell off Mohawk .
$703,000. JCnw Hnven reported a do- 0rth Ilntto
flclt for the month of $114,000. Xnrih jikn
Itomls were Irrngular, tliougli llttio xevnda if, 1-2 warrior so
disturbed by liquidation cf Rock lsl- .NMplsslng .... 7S-8 Vordo , 40
nnd bow!. Total sales t3.90O.nOp. old Dominion !.. ."2 . Calumet Oil 35
.lauama threi'd registered mlvnncoil, old Colony .. (1 1-Si Ualtlraoro Oil 25
1-1, ccupoU throes iv point on call. Oiceola ..... 80 1-2 ' Cold Reed 30 .
Phelps Dodge 21B .' Cornnlla 3 1-S
New York. Qulnoy . . . 05
Arnalsnroated 75 3 Ray Consolidated 19 1-2 1 PAINE WEBBER MARKET
Anaconda 37 5-S
lltocklyn Riiptd Trnnttt,
Ualtlmoro & Ohio ... .
CIiesnakQ & Ohio
Canadian Pacific .... . .
tevl.. x- ' - "
. AS 1-2
. OS 7-8
. !U 5-S
. OC 5-S
. 217 U
. 31 1-1
Great Norfherh 133
Lehigh aliey ....... ... 1G5
Koulsvlllo' N'ashvIUe 130 3-1
Missouri Pacific 28
Northern Pacific 11C 5-S
New York Central ... 34 1-1
J'annn 113 5-s
Shattuek SS1-S! f Received by L. J. Overlook)
Superior llcstcn 2 15J 1IOSTON. Fab. 2. After an Irrogu-
Utsh Coiifolldnted 10 Jar oponlng In .New1 York, the market
I'lah Coppor 56 3 advanced slightly and held steady up
Engineer Ryan Thrown From
Automobile When Latter
Skidded; Indictment for
Method of Caring for Streets
Knglnccr J. C- Ryan of tho State
Highway work was thrown from his
automobile Saturday evening on tho
treacherous pavement near tho depot,,
with result of a dllocnU'd nnd fraa
Hired thumb. That he was net much
more seriously Injured was mcro
chance, as bo was thrown onto the
curbing with great violence.
Mr. Ryan wis driving toward Low
ell. Tho pavement at tlio depot had
been sprinkled during the afternoon
and was wet. Mr. Ryan's car skidded
when It struck the sloping and wet
Bectlon, with result that It went over
against the street railway track nn;
caught In tho groove. This threw tho
machine entirely cut of control of the
drlvur, with' result that It went Into
tho curbing. The tsbock of the col
lision throw Mr. Ryan out.
Wetting of the brick pavement nt
any point Is had enough, but on the
slope In tho vicinity of thu dopot It
represents a serious menace - to the
safety of drivers and to tho public
Tile accident of Saturday ovonlng has
started much discussion nbout sprink
ling tho pavement. It being held bv
many that' tho city tdiculd use ma
chlno suction, sweepers on tho brick
nnd do awny with the necessity for
sprinkling, bcsldo grqntly aiding san
itary and health conditions through
abatement of tho dust raised hy the
broom wielding force. It Is expecte?
the mattor will be brcught to the at
tention of tbo council.
FOR SALE. '
Tour-room bouse, modern, completely furnished;
houso, modem, unfurnished, In Warren.
Four-room house, furnished, nnd ono
Kour-room house, nlco largo rooms, In
Four-room houso on Jones Hill.
Thrco-room houso on Jones 1 1 til.
Three-room house, Tombstono Canyon.
Thrco-room furnished flat.
H 71 I G L B R
w atkins iLAsmber o.
Rraden .'. 7 3-1
II. & J, si
Dsvls Daly 2
till the, last half hour, when prices
sold off Khnrply. Rock Island opened
weak, two polntH under Saturday's
closing figures. Pressure was prc
nounced and stock sold off to 0 12
' a now low record. Tho weakness was
duo to abolition cr tho holding com-1-4
pnules, which necessitates pro U'op
f.-r otl'er Issues of sccurltlon In place
of 4 iter cent collateral tionds of lloll
fecial Purchase and Sale of
lug Company.. In the copper share
llht Granby wns tho st'Oitg f- atom,
r.dvcnclng 3 points to 88 1-3. L.tti; In
the session the stock sold off to ST.
I tin low grade pcrphry 'Sbue-i vero
aii( active and l.ltrher with Chlnn the
Ic.idfi. Toiio at close fairly to.nly
tor the leadlug Uoston Coppers nnJ
In nil probability tho upward trend
will continue to hold sway.
CHIHUAHUA PLANT TO OPEN
; Children's and Girls' School Dresses
46 S?rs7 jTT
No mother who has girls to equip for school can
afford to ignore this offer of children's pretty,
dainty little colored frocks.
And no mother after seeing the variety of smart
styles, pretty patterns and colorings, and considers
the cost of material, the lahor and worry of making,
l Ml -'W
would think of taking the time and trouble of doing iyP&$. J
the work herr.clf, when ready-mades like these are ikjjvrv! '
se'line at such little prices. XA v$mV
mothers, i ms is your Chance
To Supply the Children With
Plenty of School Dresses at
,11 1 Mil
I I 1 0 (Iff f I K
Iitc aro Ono-PIeee, Peter T'.iotnpson, Russian and Middy
Kouo hi: !jc. In slues for girls from 2 to 14 yours of ago. Mndo
u Uif bot wusliablCT'ijiatorlals Porrulas, Mndrasus, Cliambrny,
UiiiRl.iiin nml Linen, In plain liluos uud tans, fancy stripes,
i1l.iita Tilulila. tinlk.t ilntu .-mil rlii.rkn Wii fonl tlint vn nr.,
iiuklnf: a caioful ostlmute of thoir truo worth, when wo hhv
tlx y compare fuvoruoly with drones other stums sell for doublo
there tiyccial tsnlo prlcoa
Two Big Lots at Ridiculously Low Prices
LOT No. 1
Sizes 2 to 6 Yrs-
w, h laiicin t mm mm i rnnit
Choice for Only
Can you Iraanlno new, attractive styles, well-shaped
und well-mudo dresr.es Jor hitch n llttlo price? Yet
wo li'4Vft o largo and complete assortment of tho
prettiest nnd dnlntlest st les you ever saw ut this
Mndo of the boa duality Clmmbrny, (Jlngham nnd
Mtulras, In tho heahoii's prettiest jiatternti und colorw.
Slinplo and glrlltdi styltH, all ousy to put on. All
slson from two to six years tor Ooc. i
LOT No. 3
Sizes 6 to 14 Yrr.
" i ""
Choice for Only
A selection that includes tho cleverest conceits from
ono of Now York's bett maker of children's wour.
A idiown of oolorud dnm loveliness thut will do.
Ilsht the tpvv of qvory mother who vlows It.
Tim intitcrlnlu aro bervlccnblo ijunllty. Colors abso
lutely fast; the styles now; tho workmanship par
llr'ularly pleasing; slxos for gills from 0 to 11 years,
t'lmlco for .20: and thoy're drosses of diutlnctlvo
stylo t.nd oco!tIonal vuluo.
Cuggerihelms Decide to Resume After
Persuasion on Part of Villa
EL PASO, I"eb. 2. litpnratIons
for tbo ro-openlng of the Chlbunhua
.smelter bav begun und within the
next few days the large plant of the
Quggcuhelms will resume operation.
'.Negotiations, which tho nfllclals of
the smelting company have beon car
rylng ou with (Jen. Francisco Vlllu
during his visit to tho bordor tiava
so far resulted favorably for tho re
opening cf tho smelter, and tho ofll
olals of the company here have al
leady 'begun preparations for obtain
Ing supplies which will be needed In
tho operation of tho big lead smelt
Tho smelter Is ono of tho largest
enterprises in the state of Chihuahua.
and tho resumption of operations
there has been greatly desired by
Oeneral Villa, as It will mean n large
Income to tho constitutional govern
mont In state taxes and duties ou ore
which will be shipped from tho re'
public to tho United Status and also
i give employment tc- many resilient'
j of Chihuahua. When In full opera
jtious tho plant employs about 5,000
people, mostly natives, who have
been living In Cblhuabuu without
work or means of maintenance since
tho clcso of tho smelter,' svernl weks
i Large orders r coal and other
, materials to Iio uhtrd In tho operation
of the smelter wero placed yester
' day with local and out-sf-town com
j paules for Immediate delivery.
Guarantee of Safety
' General Villa's present visit to the
bolder waB mainly for tho purpose of
Inducing the American ofllclalg of tho
' smelting company to reopen their
; largo Cblhuabuu plant. In this ho has
I been wrolly successful. During hU
prosout stay at Juarez ho has had
, hevoral conferences with tho officials
cf tho plant nnd linn oxtonucu evory
guarantee to thorn that thu plant can
! operate lm Its usual manner nnd that
! he will maintain u continual railroad
service between Chihuahua and the
. border In order that tho products ot
, tho smelter can be transported -with
I out danger to tho American markets
i and that coal and coke nnd other
i suppllos needed In tho maintenance
j of tho smelter can to sent to Clilhun
I With thu opening it tho Chihuahua
i Mnelter many of the largo mining
' properties In tho state of Chihuahua
which aro- owned and operated by
American capital are expected to re
sume operations and within tho next
few weeks It Is bolloved tjiat normal
business conditions In tho statu of
Chihuahua will bo resumed.
UllUllU.'V'U, Mpfyffpfc 1 lUMU3amilli I I h mmwm
"r a W :..i, -
l t'lJfa rtifi '- . ' mmZ
Lhe Ueer m- bo j
v m i
iiijiS.v'': s:'dVJ:xxy;.i flMnaOTra.fWl.,MM .
unfurnished, In Johnson
kr mado ot good materials,
Rood lumber, roofln;, etc., la
rpqulid In their construction.
If you nro contemplating
building a homo you should ox
crclso cood Judgment In select
Ing Ino materials to bo used
In its construction.
It you buy ot us you will got
tho best and nt prices no high
rr than Inferior materials aro
sold bt clscwhero.
We are still carrying our popular grades of
' Gallup Domestic Lump - Dawson Fancy Nut
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE
Bropliy Carriage Company
Phone 284 Lowell, Ariz.
THE ANTLERS CAFE
Main St Phmo, 2St
J. T. McGrath, D. McKec, Props.
Connecting with Logan & Bryan Private Wire System
CORRESPONDENTS: Paine Weber
& Co., Iloston and Calumet. Logan &
Ilryan, Chicago and Now York.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
id High Class Cafe
Special $1.03 Table d'Hote Dinner From 5:30 P. M. to' 8 P. M.
Renular 50c Luncheon Dally HENRY POPPEN, Manager
Music, now up-to-dato, shout, best
selections, sacred und. sucutur, tench.
er' numbors, till, on buud at Roy.
uoldti' .Music k 'UIR Shop.
I hereby iiunoimco myso'if us u can
didate for tho office of city marshal
of thu city of lllsbco pending thu no
tion of tho Democratic party nt the
prlmarlciflh bo hold In. thu city of
lilfcbeo lu'tlfo month cf April, 1UH.
Adv. WILLIAM IIULLEY,
W. E. HARRISON CO. Sec,
PHOENIX GET8 REDUCTION
PHOENIX, Keli, 2. Citizens awolip
this morning to learn that the gas
and electric bills which fell duo tho
Hrst will bo materially lowor than
over before In tho history ot tho city.
The long drawn out rato controversy
between , the Pacific Ons & Electric
company nnd tho stale cOrporstlcn
commission has (been compromised.
1'ndor the terms of the rompromUo
the company agross to withdraw the
legal j)ctlon now ponding in tro fed
eral court nt Sun Pranclscc, to In
stall reduced rates dating from the
flrbt of tho year and to spond $100,000
Immediately for extensions of Its
Soon after tho present corporation
cominisslonorB wont lulo cfhco citi
zens of Phoenix began to complain
of tho gas nnd oloctrlc rates, partic
ularly tho electric rates, that tboy
wero being charged by tho company.
Several heatings woro hold nnd fin
ally 'experts woro employed to fix tho
physical ' valuation ot th company's
Wc offer C.118 Hundred Dollara lie
r.'urd for any cuso ot Catarrh that
c;nsct bo" cared by Ilall'u Catarrh
F. J. CUHNLr & CO.. Tu:dp.- o.
We, Ilia unflerslunoil. Ii '.vt J:n vn J'. .
MS!Uy Jor tho l-lt nvmus, ana. lullvv.
fefui 'P'rUKtiy hunorablo In mr- timslnes-.
rnphiicllqnii.nniLlliioneiqllfe fthli tn carry
ut any obllaoL'oila I'Kaliy l.lo lln.i.
NATIONAL BA'fS D-' C0:13::CB.
llOi'l'i Catarrh Curn u t "'tt-i li'.'rnitlv
yct'ty: c racfly :! i Uo nnd inn-v.-n
ftnuxa ft i ,i y'.. eh). T'Millr inpl lit
'.-.f N'r''K 11 (mu i-.r iij'.ti.. 0;ld
y r'l rniTiUcSfi .
Tali Ual,' I i-nflr I..U. tvs iMiulll n'luu.
for good boards, beams, Umbers
nnd lumber of any hind. This
Is tho place whero such things
uro bought by builders who
Know their business. Glvo us
your next order und you'll
know why. Tho difference In
tho quantity ot lumbor needed
and tho tlmo nnd money thus
saved will utuazo you.
Kasbee Lumber Company Inc.
Emil Marks, Mgr. Phone 25
Copper Queen Coas.olidated Mining
Company Reduction Works
Wc Are Now in the Market
for the Purchase of
Copper' Ore and Copper Matte
Copper Queen Consolidated flftimni Co,