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C. store and yards the distance is about two miles, and in this dis tance there are four trestle loops. The engineer, Mr. Burns, who plan ned the way to make a moderate grade for the railroad, which amounted to over S00 feet for the distance. In the canyon performed a feat of engineering not often seen, and since the road was finished about ten years ago there has not been a single rail accident on the line. Jn the town proper the Detroit Copper (Phelps-Dodge) has the lar gest and finest department store building ' in tho Southwest, built of red stone four stories high, with a one hundred foot front, and two hundred feet deep, a building that would grace any city in the union. H. S. VanGorder Is the manager. Morenci also has a fine hotel, li brary, school house and neat stone Episcopal church, the walls of which are covered with English ivy. The A. C. Longfellow store Is also a large, commodious building, sit uated in the upper part of town, presided over by Manager Nanne maker. One peculiar feature of tho camp 1s that there is not a street in Ofe place, all the houses being built as to convenience and to avoid ex- pense. No wagons traverse the town, but everything milk, grocer ies, trunks, ' boxes, lumber, etc, is carried on pack horses and mujes. All the hills are cut with tunnels, and day and night the baby gauge engines are going in all directions performing their various require ments. Altogether Morenci is a busy mart of industry, year in and year out; making one wonder at the wealth of old mother earth has to produce to keep the mighty ma chinery In motion and the thou sands of men employed. The guid ing hand of the principal part of ! this great work of the D. C. com pany is Col. C. E. Mills, who has an eye on every department. One of the greatest Improvements of the Arizona Copper company at Morenci is the. building of the No. 6 mill and concentrator, whose ca pacity is being doubled as rapidly as a force of experienced men can handle the heavy wood and steel work. It is expected the mill will be completed in about two months, when the button will be touched and the new adjunct will start Its wheels In conjunction with the mill now running. In this respect at No. 6 a shaft has been sunk 400 feet and a tun nel run over 1S00 feet to the Hum boldt mine from which motor ore cars will convey the ore to the base of the shaft, where it wJIl be hoist ed direct into the chutes of the mill, thus greatly reducing the cost of production over the present plan. Chief Engineer Wigmore of the A C company has charge of the work while General ' Manager Norman Carmlchall promulgated and car ried out the scheme. The mill and its adjuncts will be as complete as skill and arduous plans can make ie, and equal to any In the world. The Cllfton-Morcncl district 'is mod est In Its boasts, but deliver the goods. It is understood mat the Hum boldt tunnel will continue on to wards Metcalf and come out of the mountain side near the Coronado Incline, and much of tbe ore now being hauled by rail to Clifton will be brought to No. 6 for treatment, making another big saving In cost of producing tbe red metal. "Water for Morenci Is pumped six miles from Eagle Creek, west, from wells on that mountain stream, and Is 'pure and sparkling. The pumping plant out there Is equal to a city of 75,000 people for the reason that the big companies use an enormous amount of the fluid. Tho plant is connected to two mains, one 6-Inch and the larger ono 10-Inch. Oil is pumped through a two-Inch pipe, which is the fuel used at tho sta tion. The D. C. company also bar a pump station on' tho Frisco about seven miles cast, but this water Is Company Said to Be Satisfied -With Indications in tbe Catalinas TUCSON. Aug. 21. Work on the Reld-Leatherwood-Gleseman mines in the Catalinas is to bo continued. The owners or the, property and the Cop per Queen Consolidated Minlne com- pany-whlcn holds Uio options on these properties, have agreed to the exten- sion'-deslred and the development of he mineral lands is to be continued along the same lines that it has thu far followed. What the terms of the extension were are not stated but the options are continued. E. H. Sawyer, manager at Camp Apache 1st at present In Tucson and yesterday told a press representative that satisfactory arrangements had been made between the company aud tbe owners and that would would be continued. He has recommended to his company that this be done ami the fact that this recommendation is being followed shows that enough is thought of the property by his superiors to continue the expenditure of raoney upon Its development. Speaking of the Catalina properties jesterday Mr. Sawyer said: "I under stand t,hat from time to time there have been icports that we have made some big strikes in our work and that the fact that I have never announced any such strike give rise to the im pression that we were concealing them. Such, has not been the case. We aro working to develop tho prop erty and ascenaln whether It is a mine. There have been no big or im ortant strikes to announce. We meet from time to time with encour aging results- and these have been such that I felt warranted In advlslnr that the work be continued. That the officials of the company feel the came "way is indicated by the fact that we aTe to continue. What the reasons for asking for extension were I do not know. That does not come In the province of my duty. There were undoubtedly good reasons, how ever. Mr. Sawyer added that the same force of men now employed at Camp Apache would be continued and that work would proceed with tbe develop ment as It 'had been. Beyond the fact that such work and tho results obtained had warranted the advice that work should he continued there is nothing further to bo said. Sink ing and drifting is going oh steadil and if the property bears the indlca Hon of a mine with further work It will undoubtedly be taken over. in OIL ARE 3IG TUCSON, Aug. 2L Signed at the bottom of five oil land locations filed in the recorder's office yesterday are the names of some of tbe best known citizens of Tucson. These are William J. Llndenfeld, a A. Shrader, E. M Dickerman, T. T. Smith. J. B. Ryland. Phil C. Brannen, II. K. Powell, Hays Shaner, Ervln G. Coomb, C. E. Hutch inson, L. J. P. lager, C. Cameron, Jr V S. Ryder. W. S. Kartell, Henry Mil ler, R. H. Battls. aud Clifford W. Tor sous. After noticing the filing of these mining locations yesterday a press representative set out to obtain some information as to this further Indlca tion of additional interest in the de velopment of possible oil fields In Ari zona. He learned that William J. Lln denfeld had just returned from the. lands filed upon and bad fixed the boundaries and attended to the setting of stakes and monuments. The prop erties are about 60 miles southwest of this city and aro said to bear all the indications of an underlying de posit of petroleum. It is understood that a company will soon form with the locators as chief stockholders and that work of sinking wells will then be begun. Entertainment In The Home. A Louisville barrister escorted his wife and daughter to a lecture and then to his wife's annoyance, disap peared. He was on hand, however. when the meeting was over. "Hello, there, Theodore," said a friend, meeting the barrister and his family in a street car, "been to tho lecture?" The lawyer stole a look at his wife's face. "No," he answered, "just going." From Success Magazine.) Unimportant. Southern negroes have an Irrespon sible way of visiting about discrimln ately "Please tell ma your name and ad dress?" asked the depot reporter of a middle aged negress. "Ah's Mrs. Ca'tah from Co'fox." "Whom have you been visiting, Mrs. Carter." she was asked. "Ah's been visiting de ol colo'd woman down the track heah ft couple of blocks fo' about a week. Ah can't Jus' 'member her name." (From Success Magaz- Ine.) Thouaht They DW It. Two young Americans touring Italy for the first time stopped off one night at Pisa, where they fell In with a convival party at a cafe. Going hi lariously home one pushed the other inintt building and held him there. "Great Heavens!" cried the man next the wall, suddenly glancing np at the structure above him. "See what we're doing!" Both roisterers fled. They left town on an early morning train, net thinking it safe to stay over and seo the famous leaning tower. KFrom Success Magazine.) THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, I. . Eastern Markets Yesterday BOSTON, Aug. 21. Tbe whole list , general run of prices was: "Best two of rails and Industrials was heavily tenlll eyMp 4gg l0 52s.; secondary sold again today. In spite of encour- ajtt0 34e. to 40s.; four-tenth ewes. 38s. j aging strike news stocks poured out , ... . ,,. ,,,., anA au AWM ! JS.-.Afi!T.J!!5 ?l hours the reaction was checked but continuation of present downward movement. in ik.nn.tnn mrUi tho nrlnrlnal , aetlvitv was in Amster stocks. Shan-1 non was strong and in good demand but Arizona Commercial and Boston CorbIn.were weak with heavy liquida tion. The Arizona Commercial bonds . sold down to 3G and It looks as if the property would have to be reorgan-l ized and that the stockholders would I not get much. Corbin is well pro- Tided with money and has a fair spec Paine. Webber & Co. Bonds unchanged with only a few transactions. Totaly sales Cs'ew York 64,700. New York Amalgamated 607-S Atchison 1051-4 Smelters 70 7-8 j B. R. T. i 751-4 B. and 0 102 C and 0 73 3-1 vinaaian racinc :-Ji - C F. I ? H. c-i a,o '" - Great Northern 1243-8, Missouri Pacific 411-8! Lehigh 1631-21 -o Northern Pacific 119 Vow Vnrir rpntrai" KU1.2 M. K. and T 33 1-2 L.' and N. ..' 143 Pennsylvania . 120 5-8 Reading . 1435-8' ened constitutions and disease among Southern Railway 29 tb flock. St. Paul 113 7-Sj Train your fowls to run towards Steel 717-8! you Instead of running from you with Steel pfd. HSS-Sitrtsht rory time you come around. It Southern Paclff c 112 5-S , u jj,, pleasurable. anl also pays In Union Pacific 169 3-4! ,u ,, ,,. Rep. Steel 263-4, Lcnisn 163 1'2.lsg to raise several different kinds of . Wheat I poultry. Better confine the efforts to oeinuUer ",om variety, and then have those JLCVClUWfc Corn December 62 ocincmucr w-? c... ... n . r Cotton I December 11.36) ocpicuiuci . ................... ii; J)j-ee(Jg. nJJSfeV ii''l Many who embark in poultry rals- ucxo er ' J a to think It is only a pleasant pas- Doston , ,rJmo. Those who are experienced, Adventoure 6M,V, v ,.f in. ... .k. Allouez A . . 24 Arizona Con 4 v "T , 4.:,1 .J i. Coalition lg j.o j na experience. With these quallflca- Centennlal. "J'!!!!!!!!!!!!I 10 "J10118 tbero Is money In It most sore- Calumet and Hecla 415 Calumet and Arizona 49,1-! Range . w. .......... 55 Daly West ." 6 East Butte 103-4, Royale 14 Frank, bid 83-4 Granby . 29 Greene Cananea U1IUUA . ..... ............ U Hancock 22 Helvetia 11-8 Inspiration 7 Indiana 10 Keeweenaw . I.ii3 KG , Michigan . ... Massachusetts Mohawk . ... 2 1-2 27 21-41 61-2 42 Miami 20 North Butte 25 Nevada Con. 18 North Lake 61-2 Nipplssing 8 Old Dominion 2S Osceola 93 Parrott 11 Quincy 68 Shattack 17 S. and B 41-2 Shannon 4 -. . . . 8 3-1 Utah Copper 44 3-4 Utah Con .' 14 Phelps Dodge 215 Curbs Saginaw, bid 3 Baltic 4 B. and A. 4 B. and L. .- 12 Bohemia . 21-4 Cactus 14 Cordova, asked 23 Denn 51-8 D. Daly 95 Elenita, asked 4 Ely Con. 45 Ely Central 3 Live Oak 22 Ojib 6 Jvfly isOn 15 Ray Central 11-2 Rosalia 25 Sierra 21-2 San Antonio, asked 6 South Lake 53-4 Savannah, asked 1 Full Paid, asked 3 North Tlgre, asked 12 Warrior 21-4 Wirren . 23-8 wolverine, asked 70 Goldfleld 53-4 Lucky Tlgre 6 Chino 20 Ohio . n.3 Superior Globe 15 Tuolomne 4 3-8 NEGRO PYTHIANS. IKDIANAPOUB. Ind.. Aue. 21. Ud- wards of 30,000 visitors a'ra In Indian apolis to take part in tho world' meeting of the supreme lodge of tho colored Knights of Pythias and the national encampment of tho Uniform rank, which will hold forth here this week. Booker T, Washington Is sced uled to address tho gathering tomor row. MONTREAL WELCOMES TOGO MONTREAL. Aug. 21. Admiral To go received a cordial welcome upon his arrival In Montreal this morning. Ho was the s'-t of the Canadian club at a luncheon given at the Sailors' In stitute and later in the day wag ten dered a civic reception. Tonight the distinguished Japanese naval com- Imander departs for Vancouver. BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY . . ' An English Sheep Fair. ! At tbe recent Wilton sheep fair 37r , 000 head were offered and all sold. The top price was 78 shillings ($18.70) per head for 25 of the first prlie'lot of , j 100 wether lambs, while the Bccond j I Drlze Den averaged 54 shillings. Tho i S3s to W; grazing ewes. 22s to 30s.;" i best fat wether lambs up to 60s.; oth- ' " d?t.- ",,!! '.; B5s- to 43: secondarJr 2Cs- to 338-: best working lambs. 24s. to 40s.; other 'oU 22s- to 28s- POULTRY NOTES. In feeding either sweet or sonr mills be sure the troughs are clean, KesU should be kept comparative- ' y. ag cean as possible. 8hould BOt b0 aUowed t0 ens. Bright red combs and wattles usu ally indicate a thrifty and healthy nook. Make tho laying hens feel comfort able and contested, and they will do better. Plenty of sunlight is essential in poultry quarters. Darkness is con- duclvo to disease. dq yOU keep an egg record? Begin now If you have nver done It before. Set aown th number you get every Hav -- All chickens that contract stubborn .. ......1.. twt A..a .tlanaeA cYir.t.1.4 Via Vlllswt If they do not yield to treatment with j reasonable ease. ' Sloppy mashea are not good Tor I (feeding chickens continually, and If j used excessively will lead to weak- n.--. .x..ia nn e,art v- ., strictly first-class. Heaxly all tho successful poultry raisers make a specialty of only one . ! ....v h v t varieties. They find that course Is more profitable than to ex- I perfment with a halt dozen or more ' "IV. LSI TTaZJZ ZL.T.L ".., WKsf "gyvord It Was. Like most New England ministers of the time. Rev. Dr. Samuel Deane, -who was born In 1733 and died In i&ut and who for many years was pagtor of the First church at Portland, Me was a practical farmer. He was, ia man of learning, also, and a wit. ' Professor Klttredge, In his delightful i miscellany. The -Old Farmer and His i Almanac saya "Mr. Deane, when a i tutor at Harvard, made one Jest, which has since been falsely credited to many men. A visitor to whom he was exhibit ing the curiosities In the college mu-. seum noticed a long rusty sword and asked to whom It belonged. "I believe." replied Mr. Deane. "that it was -tbe sword with which Balaam threatened to kUl his ass." "BuL" objected the stranger. "Ba laam had no sword; he only wished for one." j "Very true," said Mr. ueane. "TMS Is tho sword wished for." Youth's Companion. As to Mats. "You never can tell from the wel come on the mat what kind of a re ception you'll get Inside the door." sighed Dusty Rhodes, aa he sat by the roadside with his friend Weary Waggles. 'Thafs right, old pal,' said Weary, j iln't no more , "Them welcome affaire am' reliable than dlplomata, that never i mean what they say." Harper's Weekly. No Tip Yet. State's Attorney , (to prospective i JUrorj nave you iotuiuu auf uyiuiuu on this caser Mr. Henpeck No, air, I don't thlnk-t my wjfe has read -anything about It yet. Gay Bohemia.' Td like to have a glimpse of Bo hemia." v t , "I can. show you" around, old '-boy. Do you wish to see, the spaghetti Bo hemia or the goulash brand r'Lou! vlOo Conrler-JournaL . . ' PECULIAR PHIL0SF0HY " "Every Usae you wsoie, a clgaretUj pea drive a nail in your coSn." "Well," if you save enough clgaretta eetsp&s I can" pay' for the'ee-ffla." , ' . MORNING, AUGUST, 22) OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN ARIZONA . CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND - UNDIVIDED PROFITS $200,000-00 OFFICERS. W. H. BROPHY, President. J. S. DOUGLAS, Vice President. M. J. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier. Snail accounts arc appreciated, and receive the same caieful Customers of this Bank accounts are invited. L.. J. OVERLOOK Connecting with Logan Bryan Private Wire System at Denver CORRESPONDENTS: Eyes Examined nnd Glasses Fit ted for All Refractive Errors and Muscular Troubles. Dr.F.D.Rccke feller Optometrist Itegt,sterd by Examinaon in s'ew York, Minnesota and Ari zona. With C. M. HENKEL, The one" Price Jeweler and Optometrist. wVKa CS YEARC EXPERIENCE TfUDS MAttM Designs COPYRIdHTS id- Anions indlnff o ketch ii3 dsscrlMlort may micklr ajert&m onr otm n fraa wbethr ax tnflntlon probably p.tmi.h?. Ccmiuanira- tloMBtrlcOrcCDSdentUL HANDBOOK cnltau let so-finer fjreurina' DratA I'tWnU taken tbroacta iiunr A Co. rcceln tptcUl notice. Tit: at cbargo. la the Scientific jfttitricai!. Ahsndcomely lllnstniirf wwklr. largest ci ccUUoti of &xy setenuno loarn&l. Tenra, 14 yerj frtOTmontba. Ji, oiXto7aIl rewdalra rflUNN&Go.33.'""'. New York Brn&i uact G& r St. Wufcluston. U. C PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 0. K. STABLES. Ambulance Service Day and Night PHONE 15. FLETCHER &. HENNESSEY SCHLITZ BAR OSCAR JOHNSON, Prop. We Welcome Our Old Friends and Solicit Your Patronage Flat Iron Bulld!ng, Main St. 4 INLAND LAKE REGATTA. OCONOMOWOC, Wis., Aug. 21. Oconomowoc Is to entertain this week tno annual regatta of the Inland Lake Yachting association, one of tho mo3t notable events of the season in this section of the country. Prominent yachtmen are hero Xrom Chicago, Minneapolis, St Paul, Oshkosh, Mad ison and numerous other points. AMERICAN TOURNEY. CARLSBAD. Aug. 21. America is unusually well represented in the great International chess masters' tournament, which began here today. The American entries are Frank J Marshall. J. R. Capablanca, C Jaffo and P. Johner, all of New York, and O. Chajes of Chicago. Plenty of Stability. A western mining prospector was paying his first visit to New York. "What do you think of It?" asked tbe proud Gothamite as he pointed out the skyscrapers. "Wal." replied tho miner,"It looks llko a permanent camp all rlgnL" (From Success Magazine.. T3H R?5! MB rfif3't" 1 1 t I m ' 1911 4 w13 OIsbee9 Arizona. Deposits Over ONB MILLION Dollars are offered every facility consistent B Paine, Webber & Co., Boston and Calumet. Logan & Bryan, Chicago and New York. Special Attention Given to Copper Stocks Only One Person in a Hundred can keep money in his possession and not let it slip through his fingers. PUT A DOLLAR IK YOUR POCKET and see how much you have of it in a week's time. Money put in your bank is there when you want it MORAL OPEN A BANK ACCOUNT WITH US TODAY WE PAY 4 INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS. OFFICERSJ. C. Collins, Pres., C. L. Edmundson, V. Pres, Vt. S. McKeo., Vice Pres., B. R. Kuykendall, Cash., S. L. Blair, Asi'L Cash, O. W. Wolf, Ass't. Cash. DIRECTORS J. C. Collins, W. E-McKee, C. A. McDonald. C. L. Edmundson, B. A. kuykendall. Citizens Bank and Trust Company BISBEE, ARIZONA. Ghieken Feea We have just received a car load of chicken feed. This shipment contains all tho dif ferent varieties of feed stuff that Is necessary for tho suc cessful raising of chickens. Egg food. Chick food, alfalfa, meal. Special dry, whole corn, chops, barley, -oyster shell, bone, granite grit. Blood meal and charcoal. INDEPENDENT Office Main SL, Orp. Palace Stables; Telephone 235, p. O. Box C27. .VWVWVWAVA catarrh: and DISCHARGES' Hsli3T3d ia 24 Hours- Each Cat. s" N sole bcarc the Uiny nsmej- P ' Bettare of counterfeit WWAMMW JJardly a day passes Without someone speaking in praising terms of oui good grades, moderate prices and quick service !, et us know your wants Under any circumstance and-it May prove to our mutual advantage. Jetter service, and ven better materials might. esult in our be- oming better acquainted Once you give us a trial we do the resL Brewery Ave. Phone 1 is smwffim, &km&&mim - SS.!i&Jl.?3MJ B 1 TSa8W ft-!? ifc n ft ml So nk 7 'jtj ninHHraF iEliBEi n rii VWrV "-"" " " ' " "T DIRECTORS W. H. BROPHY, J. S. DOUGLAS, BEN WILLIAMS, L. D. RICKETTS,' M. J. CUNNINGHAM. attention as larger ones. with prudent banking ew Matsa&TtMK $mumimMmm SKiCS5..iitrj.J3ii,i-3r5tit-a--.'r;J ssswefSsssssaaasBai iS3i FUEL &. FEED CO. For Sale Cheap Tho following articles taken on a debt are for salo very cheap: 1 Roll top oinco dosk. 4 Copper flro extinguishers. 1 Perfection oil heater. 1 Fairbanks - platform scales. 2 Blacksmith's anvils. I 1 Rotary washing machine. 1 Portable blacksmith's fore. Dicus Plumbing & Healing Go. PHONE 268. 3" vSS- Pal ace Livery and Undertaking Co. Bowen & Hubbard, Proprietors. Automobiles for hire. Phone Blsbee 23 Phone Lowell 7 MB mT-JM i?ZrZja lHim3 i ' In i I1 4 only used at the works. v'?w "