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" -:f - . '"v-r " TWO THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1915. 1-4 I v- I.... Ot. MlnthwH .". US Lehigh lT-8 Mo. Pacific 7-8 Northern Pacific 1M M N. Y. C ' W Penna 1M 1-4 Heading 161 1-8 iHteel ! - - , .'3tel Pfd 11,78 Many Realizing Sales Made But at. Paul s'-8 This firms Nnt Affnnt the). PcWo PS"8 i , i I'nion raeinc . . ji o-i BOSTON Adventure 12 Arte Commercial 7B-s INDUSTRIAL STOCKS AGAIN DETERMINE STATUS OF MARKET i Realizing Sales Made But is Does Not Affoot the General Trand of the Market;! Crop Report Helps Out. ' . . . AIBSKS Butt ft Sup Wl-2 C. ft II C. ft A. H Chlno S-l C. Range .t. W E. Bulla .- H ...J... NEW YOlftt, Ah. 9 -The demand tor Industrial stock again determined th character of the market today. In the earbj' transact iom the course of prices was ascertain. A few speciai tiea rose buoyantly but in other quar ter a rextrilnt Imposed by realising salsa. Disposition take profits was; Granny sppvent throughout but interest in Ureene 401-2 war shares was unflagging, i Ooldrleld 18-8 During the afternoon railroads " Hancock M4 well as Industrials responded to a I Indiana , 6 broad buying movement which coniln-; inspiration uad to the clone. The last quotations .Keweenaw .' were on a substantially higher mauls. Lake 16 Total sales MVP share. .iLasalle Steel shares were again favorites, i Miami w. Ml-2 Among the war stock advances were ; Mayflower In some cases from five to ten points, i Mohawk 71 m,m fwnort reacted favorably on toe railroad shares, being better in tome particulars than was expected. Kx change on London declined to four sevey-flve and a halt, a new low rec ord for the wstr period. Exchange on Paris also reached a low record at five seventy four. Bonds were irreg ular, United States and Panama bonds advanced, a quarter to one-half on cull. (By L. J. Overiockl BOSTON, Aug. . Copptr was off again in London today and there was no snap to the copper stocks but they are being carefully watched and will be bought heavily as soon as there ia any demand for the metal. The deal between Tamarack and Calumet ft Hecla is slowly developing and Tam arack can "be safely purchased under tO. Canadian Pacific declared regu Qtr dividend today. Palue, Webber ft Co. .NEW YORK Anapoodai 7- Amn. Smelter 83 Ama eta M-8 Ann Beat w N. Butte w NlDlisina Xevada i 7-S old Dominion . .'. Old Colony 4 Osceola St P. Pods 148 Pond Creek IB 1- Qulncy so Ray Cons M3-4 Shannon 7 7-S Shattuck Mw Sup Boston 13 4 Utah Cons 12 7-8 Utah Copper - CURBS Cornelia T1- Denn 10 Jerome '. M Verde Tono ....1 61-1 Tono Bel - 8 S-l Warren .'. 6 Z-i Wolvwino ArU 1H By Levy Bros. Kussta orders one hundred thou sand tons of steel rails from Maryland company. Four railway labor unions may de mand Increased wages and eight hour Attn, fiugar , 109 AlehWbn 1011-4 liB. T. ' 16 1-2 'day. Beth Slig ;fx ?6 New Haven surplus aftr aharges It. A O. f.i .-.1. SOU for' rear ended June 30. JJ07,9T1, C. ft OS: : 42 1 gainst I263.3 a year ago. Can PaeiBc 148 3-4 German crops reported ruined by Brie 27 j drought. 1 Jim f JLTlm- 6 9) Hems Your Chance To Practice Economy in Clothes Buying You can easily understand tile real joy we get in the feeling, that during thi rgttlar SEMI ANNUAL Clearance Sale of Masjs 8ultH we're giving the man who intrustjr is monoy to us a generous big 'Vwtnn far it; a better VALUE, we believe, tana be can get for his money anywhere else in the Southwest. go far as wo know, in all the years we have hold these CLEARANCE SALES ot Men's 8nlts, we bare never yet refused to satisfy a customer who had a claim on us, according to hi Idea of SAT IS PACTION. ' It's a "golden rule" that works both ways; and it Is the simplest rule ever .apfdied to buaiuess. Giving BATlBrAi rtQN is our way of getting 8ATWFAC HON; a principle ot ibis business We strongly advise yon to see the splendid sntts we're selling at the low srloes mentioned fcolow. They are tbe most remarkable examples of quality for 'the money we have ever ofatwa. Tbe styles are such as well uresseo. men 4rant. And, our same guarantee of satisfac tion holds good during this sale as if you had paid the full regular price for your suit. When you net your nnrcnaae home, if displeased, return it and get your money. MP tmb tmossew mieecMHsi m en For Choice of Men's Suits that Sell Regularly for $15.00 Your Choice of Men's Suits Worth $20 and $25 For Only SCENES IN ERIE WHEN FLOOD BROUGHT DESTRUCTION AND DEATH ""LEVY BROTHERS BROKERS Blsbee and Denver Copper it Industrial J?tock Copper Queen Hotel Plione 136 Blibee, Arizona O. K. LIVERY and UNDERTAKING CO. ROBERT IIENE8SKY, Prop. Phono 16. Op. Depot. Ambulant FURNITURE STOVES AND RANGES RUGS LINOLEUM AND CONGOLIUM ENAMEL WARE SEWING MACHINES CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS Stewart & Rountree MASONIC BUILDING -: MAIN ST, ESTATE Choice Building Lots in Tombstone Canyon, Bakcrville and Co chise. Prices Reason ab le. See tiogan & Seed MAIN ST. PHONE 10 Our Want Adds Bring Results Ti.Li:; pictures were taken in rie, Pa., oi. Wednesday morninjj, ufter a floor hnti swept through the city, l-.ill.nR and injuries; scores and dcsti oying prupeiiy valued at about s::, 'lO'i.noo. Upper photo was taken from porcli of house washed down three blocks to Ivagc on Ninth street luirffic over Mill creek. Four of former oc ?j).ant of hous: in center are inissir.g. Ixwor photo shows effect cf floc t1 i am Twelfth street to Tenth street, look i i f: Uvai the cornet of French aud Twelfth streets. House in middle foreground, which stood on left bank j! Mil1 r-vc.k, was scene of daring and almost-fatal feat of Fire Chief McManon and four firemen in rescuing :loou victims. ; STATE FAIR PRIZES BOUND TO ATTRACT STAR PERFORMERS $5,000 Provided for Auto Races Alone While Rich Purses Will Insure Class in Harness and Running Events. PHOENIX, Aug. 9. The printers are putting the finishing touches on the premium list of the state 'air, to be held in Phoenix from November V to 20, inclusive and Secretary Slutui li nessy says that it will be readj lor distribution within the coming week. The merchants of Phoenix nave been generous enough in giving it their pat ronage so that sufficient money will be colleoted tor tbe advertising which it contains to cover all expenses of printing. It is tbe policy of the secretary of the commission to place the advertis ing at as low a price as possible so that Just sufficient money will be pro duced to pay the expense ot printing tbe list in attractive form bnt he does not figure on making any profit on the book. The forthcoming list will be an at' tractive one, and while the premiums, particularly for harness and running j races, have been somewhat reduced I from former years, on account of the reduction of the appropriation made by tfie legislature, it will still be in-! teresting to the racing fraternity. That purses this year for the automobile j races will aggregate 16000 and It ta; prpoaed to have a 150 mile race, Uta ' longest ever held on a circular mfhrj track. The prises ocered and the dia- j tance to be covered is expected to at tract such noted racers as De Pslma. j Kesta, Oldueld, Cooper, Ricken beckj-i er Rurnian and other top notchers lot the automobile racing game. I On account of the length of the rane and the injury to the track caused by it this race will take place on the last day of the fair, after all the other races have taken place. Liberal purses are also offered for harness and running races and the1 success of these will largely depeiid upon the number of eastern horses which are brought to the racing car nival at the Panama-Pacific exposition, during the first week in November. It is expected that most of the horses, If not all, which participted In tbe races there will come to Phoenix and on that account the date of holding the state fair this year has been fixed one week later than ever before. Tbe last legislature appropriated $8000 for making improvements to the buildings and grounds and work will be commenced on these shortly after the next meeting of the commission, whlqh will be held, during the early part of aepbaniber. The: tola! ,aphjP nation tnts year na oeea reauoeu from $3G,00(J to $23,000, of which 11. ooo goes for maintenance and $80(00 tor Improvepients. Citisens in the southern pfrt of the. state are taking great iutarost lu the proposed El Paso-Fhoealx automobile race also, and that pEpniises to nave of entrants a much larger number than last year. In addition to this a race Is also proposed from Prescott to the Phoe nix fair grounds, on one of the dsys of the fair. RUSSIANS WHIP TURKS Opposite Postoffice The house that never changes hands. Always here to ' y back what it sells (official Watch Inspector E. P. & S. W. Ry.) Lenses accurately ground with no delay iLi. L. PBTROORAD, Aug. 9. The com munication tonight of fighting in the Caucasus reports the defeat of the As prescott has a number I Turks near the Euphrates. Bight of- of sporty citisens with the speed ml- fleers, three hundred men, a convoy crobe we)l developed this will prove of camels, a herd of cattle, munitions an Interwstiit attraction- tor the fiflr. and provisirtns are reported captured. -p Many a Business Man who is careful to protect himself in money matters, is careless about health his most valuable asset. For many, coffee drinking silently undermines health, because each cup contains about 2 1-2 grains of the cumulsitive, harmful drug, caffeine. Five to six grains of caffeine will kill a rabbit or a cat, and repeated daily will cripple a man. How cripple a man? The caffeine, little by lit tle, causes hardening of the arteries and premature olQ age, showing: more in some than in others. $ome of the symptoms of caffeine poisoning arc headache, nervousness, biliousness, heart flutter, sleeplessness at night, and "fag" after coffee's, reac tion in the daytime. y T$je way to avoid all coffee troubles is to leave coffee alone and use nstaiit Postum ' The Pure Food Drink ' There's no caffeine nor any other harmful sub stance in Postum. Made from prime wheat, roast ed witji a bit of wholesome molasses, it contains all the goodness of the grains, and is nourishing, eco nomical and delicious. 1 ' ' - ' i There's no "fag" in'Postum, and "There's a Reason" i Sold by Grocers. A Little Talk on Lumber may put you in the way of savins a lot of money. Come and have It with uh. We want to prove to you how the best lumber is tho cheapest U the start as well as In tho end. We cannot show you the physical dif ference between poor and the best lumber for we do not handle any but the latter quality. Bisbee Lumber Company EMIL MARKS, Mar. Inc. PHONE 25. Overland Autos Brophy Garage and Supply Company Our first car of 1916 Overland car Ik now exhausted. We are taking orders for u secoud car, which Is due to arrive soon, owing to the in created demand for 1916 models we are unable to hold cars in our Show Room. The 1916 is much beyond our expect ions, and has created quite a sensation, It is considered by the general public the most car for the money ever known. Qet your order In now as we are limited ju cars, for three months to come. Phone us for demonstration. You jwe it to yourself before buying a car. Brophy Oarage and S 199. up ply Co. Phone Phone 199 ARIZONA GROCERY CO. Main Street, Opposite Masonic Temple Fancy and Staple Groceries Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Phone 170 L. J. OVERLOOK BROKER CORRESPONDENT J: Paine Weber Co., Boston, Dulutb, Calumet. Lo gan U. Bryan, Now York and Chicago. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCK BaneSc Tarrant General Contractors free Estim&teb and Sketches furnished Prospective Builders. BISBEE, ARIZONA. of charge to Phone 485 COPPER QUEEN HOTEL and High Class Cafe EUROPEAN PLAN Special $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner From 6:30 P. M, to 8 P. M. Regular 50c Luncheen Dally HENRY POPPEN, Manansr ,1?