Satuiday Morning, November 16. 1922
THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
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tlrr.at (1 week) 6c wore
14 time, (t month) 15c word
Minimum charge 25 cant
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ing, nor would it be a reason for
loss of confidence. The fact stands
out plainly that pressure of accum
ulated orders maintain outputs at a
relatively high level in leading in
dustries and it is not uncommon now
to hear of some manufacturers be
ing engaged farther ahead than at
any time in two years. When the
results of the current year are an
alysized fully, it will be found tBat
there has been a substantial revival
from the depression which foTTtfwrd
the collapse of the after war TSbom
in 1920 and that previous records
have been surpassed in certain in
stances. Weekly bank clearings (B,-876,176,000.
rmiik4 , L. J. OVBRLOCK. BROZXM
Ctrrtitandnt Ltmm & Bnam
American Can . 71
American Sugar 67 Ti
Atchison , - l'X'W
American Smelter . 5'S
American Locomotive .. l-tT
American Wool 93 N
Hethlehem B CiH
ltnltimor tc Ohio
i; It T
California Peto .
Corn Prod ..
HELP WANTED FEMALE
. WANTED Girl for general house
j work. Phone 830 or 405 Oak Ave-
L. J. OVERLOOK, Broker
Correspondents: Paine, Weber A Co., Boston, Duluth, Calumet
LOGAN & BRYAN, NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COPPER STOCK
nue, Mason Hill.
WANTED TO RENT
RENT Garage near
Write Box 225, Bis-5601-11-19
New Steering Device
COLLINS & BRETHERTON, Brokers
8TOCKS AND BONDS
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO UNLISTED STOCKS
Phona 2 P. O. Box 11Z9
HELP WANTED MALE & FEMALE
j WANTED Capable secretary who!
can qualify through . preparation
j and experience as accountant and
stenographer. Telephone 763.
BISBEE PHONE 8 TOMBSTONE PHONE 8a
Leave Blsbee Auto Co.n m Leave Arlington Hote'
11:00 a. m.
8:15 a. m.
1:30 p. m.
SEVEN PASSENGER CARS
5:00 p. m.
Dressmaking, Tailoring and Remodel
ing Suits, doaTa and Capes. Up-to
date in style and fiuisli. 107 Maim
Street. -., i 5o04-ll-21
T W4Lc i- i nlrinnp
in ciawson Hill, next door to
Mr. IHlinwood's Home. Mrs. Dolly
O. Dugger. 5584-12-11
NEWTON'S AUTO STAGE
8: to 11:00 2:00 5:60
9:08 12:00 3:00 6:80
Naco to Bisbee.
Naco to Don Luis.
Don Luis to Tin Town.
Don Luis to Lowell
Tin Town to Lowell
Don Luis to Bisbee
Special Trips, 86.80
PHONE 802F2, NACO
FOIi SALE Jersey cow with calf
week old. Good condition. Phone
543. 5602-11-21 !
POTATOES the very
lbs 25c 40 lbs $1.00
. Frank's Market.
best kind i)
100 lbs $2.50.
! FOR RENT 4-room house furnished
97 Upper Lowell. 5603-11-21 1
FOR RENT 4-room unfurnished
house, 2 furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; 1 room for roomers.
Phone 309. Apply Durley house,
Johnson Addition. 5600-11-19
500 sacks Star Flour 24 lb sacks 85c
Frank's Market. 5592-11-19
FO It" more eggs and healthier hens
, rresh Ground Bone 3 lbs for 25c
Frank's Market. 5591-11-19
S00 cans Cave Oil,
Oil 25c per pint.
FOR RENT 3-furnished housekeep
ing rooms 23 upper Lowell. In
quire 52 Main Street. 5597-11-18
FOR RENT LTufumished five room
house modern conveniences, large
personal representative of ' interested in the accompanying nine
President Obregon. The military months statement, which showed a
found him guilty of abuse of his decrease in surplus earnings of over
authority. '4,000,000 from the same period of
tho year before. (
Changes in other oils were mixod.
Standard Oil of - New Jersey sold
oti a point and fractional recessions
were noted in California Petroleum,
Houston Oil, Mexican Seaboard com-
NEW YORK. Nov. 17. SnecjilarnrR i m01 and certificates. Pierce Oil and
Plumps retroleum, whue General As-
iJ3 rkt Associated frets:
j for the decline resumed their opera
! tions at the beginning of today's
stock market but were uuable to
make much headway except in a few
independent" steel, public utility rub
ber, low priced rail and oil shares.
fluctuations being within narrower
"Metal Mike" is the name given
to the automatic steering: gear oC
the steamship Marengo. Thi3 me
chanical device keeps the ship on
lis course. The Marengo sailed to
the "West Indies and beck with
Metal Mike doing the steerine.
j limits. The general list showed bel
j ter resistance to pressure, and while
j trading was not very extensive, clos
j ing prices were mainly higher,
j Two factors which have influenced
i recent selling were liquidation
j through brokerage houses desiring to
j make a favorable showing on the
I stock exchange questionaire asking
j their position on the market, and
j so-called "taxation selling," which
i usually makes its appearance at this
time aad continues to the end of
; the year. The manner in which a
! number of stocks indicated that the
( market was oversold in spots.
Agreement of house leaders to take
"iup the ship subsidy bill next Thurs-
phalt, Associated Oil and Standard
Oil of California were higher.
UnUj'd States Steel common moved
a point to 204 38 but som-e of the
independent steels were weak.
Weakness was noted in the Erie
issues, Chicago and Alton preferred,
Chicago and Eastern Illinois. "Katy"
common and preferred and Missouri
Pacific common and preferred.
Equipmbents, Can and textile sahres
were strong. Baldwin moving up
2 3-8 ; Associated Dry Goodi 1
and American Can 1 5-8.
Total sales were 926,000 shares.
Call money opeaed at 4V percent
dropped to 4 and then to 3 the
lowest rate since September 15.
Sharp recoveries took place in
foreign exchange, demand sterling
getting just below $4.48 and fran
checks crossing seven cents for the
first time in two weeks.
Dun's Weekly Report
. NEW YORK, Nov. 17. Dua's
morrow will say:
New Buying has not held the re-
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
"Gem of the Borderland"
Rooms, $1.50 per day, and up
Club Breakfasts, 35c to 90c
Table d'Hote Lunch, 75c
Table d'Hote Dinner, $1.25
Special rates for board
by the month.
A Homey Hotel Centrally Located
EDWARD OLSON. Manager
screen sleeping porch good yard;
Pure Vegetable! fruit trees. Short distance from
Frank's Market.! carline. Apply W. B. Baugh 5Afrom
5590-11-19! Moon Canyon. ' 5583-11-18,
bureau of investigation of the Amer-'day with a final vote on November j cent active rate in some important
ican department of justice escaped
FOR SALE Modern house. 5-rooms FOR RENT Two furnished house
and bath. Hardwood floors. Cement ! keeping rooms. Arizona Hotel,
garage. On level. Easy terms. Ma- 5512-12-2
son Avenue car stop. 725 Tomb-i ,or-. , k.i-. io
Stone f'anvon. Phnn XfiR W. An- IVllOCJlJiCVJUO
prison at Cuernavaca
mofiung and still was at liberty
evening, says Elmundo.
Prior to Bielaski escape from
Q i m fi 1 n tA tr 1im'!t si V cliinniiict i mut'l-nfu Knfr ninnv o ft Weill elvnnliorl
this j shares. Marine preferred gaining 3 1 with business so that the diminished
this Ws points: American International ! demand does not affect sentiment
corporation 2 1-S and United Fruit deavrsly. With an inventory pro
his 2. jces at hand and holiday season ap-
FOR SALk FURNITURE
FURNITURE FOR SALE Gas range
Tables, Chairs Oil Heater. 131
Higgins Hill. 5596-11-18 i
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
FOR SALE Mattresses, renovated,
made to order. Bisbee Mattress
Works, opposite gas plant. Tate
Hill, Lowell, T. A. Tate, Phoie
112 W. 5557-12-7
captors, Padilla is alleged to nave. Declaration of the regular dividend i preaching, a continuance of the slow
gone in pursuit of the bandits who j by Pacific Oil failed to bid up the j ing down process in other than re
kidnaped Bielaski declaring that he j stock, traders apparently being more tail branches would not be surpris
THE OLD HOME TOWN
The Oulckest, Cheapest way to
Cochise. By way of Gleeson, Court
land and Pearce. Making connec
tions with S. P. trains for Globe,
Miami, etc., etc.
We make connections or make
leave Bisbee 8:30 a. m.
Arrive Cochise 11:35 a. m.
Arrive Bisbee 5:30 p. m.
Make reservations at Bisbee
Auto Co., Phone 5.
Eye, Ear, Nose, and
Douglas, Arizona Phone 40
Beginning Friday, Nov. 17th,
will be at CJopper Queerv Hote .
2-to 5 p. m. each Friday."
FOII SALE Cash or terms to suit.
Ford touring car. Bargain at $150.
See Reese Krebs Auto Company '
Lowell. Phone 34. 5605-11-24;
Foil SALE ?280uT60 buys an ideal j
horn", one and a lialf miles from
! Grants Pass Josephine County,!
Oregon, in the land of the Wheat!
I anu uairy uow. beveral acres are
I under cultivation, set to fruit trees
1 berries and several varieties of
grapes, grass and garden truck.
; 5-rooni house nicely furnished, out
building also and 250 laying hens.
I Must sell on account of sickness.
I For further particulars write Mrs.
Lizzie Woodson, Box 144, Grants
' Pass, Oregon, or inquire of J. C.
j Kirsch, 48 Jiggcrvillv. 558512-12
j FOR" SALE ClIeapTlIai ley Davidson
) Motorcycle. First class condition,
j Cash or terms. Phone 97S after
I 4:00 p. m.
FARM TO LEASE for three years.
Good pumping plant, plenty wat?r.
150 bearing fruit trees, 15 acres
rabbit proof fence. Chicken houses
for 500 chickens. Reasonable. Ap
ply Gus Swanson, McNeal. Arizona.
Boys Engage in Coal
-To iiear from
TJX FALLS. S .D. Nov. 17. The
operations of a .dozen youthful coal
thieves were revealed here today in
tho arrest cf Hammod Swiden charged
with disposing of the stolen fuel.
In court Swiden declared that 12 or
13 other boys were engaged in the
same business and had been selling
stolen coal to several families in
5589-11-19 j Sioux Falls. Ono family has a whole
j bin of coal obtained in this way, he
asserted, and other families have been
I t i i i o near ironi party v, uu - receiving their entire : supply of coal in
lur Mm. near i. m. .a. thj8 manner, for two or three years.
Write Box 223. Isbti;. 5598 11-19 Tne coal vas stok, fron, railroad
VE HELP graduates get work Y. M. yarda.
C. A. Auto School, Los Angeles, j
" : V . H 5505-11-30
Iff ft V(lt utrt I
Boots - neck nes and
j Mexican Officerjlf !
Given 7-Year lerm
12 Main Street BISBEE
HELP WANTED MALE
GOOD J0BSopeu now for Auto nie
thauics and electrii iaus: easy to
learn; jobs furnished to earn room j .
and board, and a little more, while; MEXICO CITY, Nov. 17. Colonel
learning; big illustrated book of Enrique Guldbaum Padilla vho rc
auto opportunities explains every-! cent ly was sentenced to seven years
thing; sent free postpaid. Write j imprisonment by court martial for
Dept. !!. National Automotive, 811 tisurption of authority in connection
S. l'igueroa, Los Angeles.
with (lie kiduapin;; episode
514 1130 Liuee Bielaski, former head
Baca rgnyxjisi i roilm meat S.L i
Vi! yi T A
mm Uzr ME-
. marshal otey walker was about the only one who
'''zt- ctc70d m13 grolva4d when aumt sarah pcabodv started
New York Central
ITnlted States Food
l'nited States Rubber
T'nited States Steel
Vanadium . .
, NEW YORK COPPKR
Cerro de Pasco , , . 3s
Chi no ,
- i nunea . j
(Calumet & Arizona
copper 1U riot JSt;
nvis Daly j.
Kant llutt , n
Hanoo'k . jx-
New Cornelia .... , " ,, "" 16
Superior oaton , , i;
lec Corn ..
Tom Keed .....
' A ,
C ATM AM
SurmuktJ by COIJJNS BRETHERTON
Arizona Torn" Reed "
Clack Kant;e .
Hits Jim Con
Gold Oro .
San l''rm-isco Gold .. ,..
Sun Dial -Sunnynide
t'nited Wemern .
MARSHAL OTEY WALKER WAS ABOUT THE ONLY ONE WHO
CT&OD M13 GROLVAD WHEN AUMT SARAH PCABODV STARTED
TICKETS FOR THE lODE SUPPER,
PurnuM h, COLLINS BRSTHERTOf
.ln i ma da oO
Green Monjter " X
Hulta & London 5
Krtipcion 3 fto
.leimue Vcrd lK;v 2. in
ric- Arizona ,
Penn Arizona , , ,
wolverine Ai Arizona 1 7
!!' Hercules ' 1.3
Grand Island - , - ,, . " C
NiRht HawW oo
S!n;i .. 0
iVaeozeii Consolidated l
Kay Copper , , , 13
Con Cotpcr Mines Z.-a
v NW. A'OUK, . nWT n.r Liber' y
VTSSt:,XAitS4 Vis "IMVVCsn''; 4!is
J37.9S; srd 4",s I0S.52; 4ie 4U3
73?.oG; Victory 4 7 s (uncalled) llOO.
Victory 43is (calledf flOO.l'ti;
r. S. Treasury l'4s I99.4G.
NEW YORK. Nov. 17.-Tho general
cotton marke eloped liriu at a net
advance of 3o to $2 points.
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