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Thursday Morning, December 14. 922
THE BISBEE DAIIY REVIEW Jage Five RATES WANT CochisQ)untyV Clearing House; I or more time (dly.) 1c word tlmai (1 week) Bo. word 84 time (1 month) 15c word Minimum charge 25 cent V5 EW AD En YO AGENT A S ) V f m s Doings of the Duffs The Tables Are Turned By All man WELL.DADOV IS GOING V MOTHER IS J C ' f NO MORE. I'M GOING I? TO 5TAV HOME THIS ' GOING UP STAICS , 3- UPSTAIRS AMDS-- fU EVENING ANJJ PlAV v lT DAN nV J TZZ - WHAT MOTHER 13 7 WITH VOU-WONT THAT Cllrf CM DOlNK- y-rf V DE FINE.' J .----""TT ' VrfE'lt tfkl 1 " r-TW IT Will 5EEM A fF9l , IT AGAIM . j&l . P v- - : y V ; OH,HELM.WHAT are VOU OOIMG ? OPEM THE POOR. . .. . . I I KKJOVM IT'S LOCKED- vou ; CAN'T COME mi I . j n it 1 per cent. Operations iu sterling again doinln- ated tlie Ij.-c?,n exchange market, demand bills lose to 54.68 fvir'r.s the : morning but fell back to 4.63 5-8 In the late afternoon. Latest un official reports ascribed recent buy ing as being for the account of the British government. Dutch guilders touched parity. 40.20 cents each, for the first time since May 1921, and the Yokohoma rate established a new high for the year at 49i05. French, Belgian and Italian exchanges im proved slightly. Freckles and His Friends A Universal Language By Blosser CAWT SPEAK ITAUAN AND rl l It imr I - n 'x TOMv n ki- ;ko I 1 I -t ' ' ' J v. i i "j- ) csiA 31 m VWt- ) ; Business Directory WANTED HELP WANTED FEMALE Maid Wanted. Apply Copper Queen Hospital. 2810-12-14 L. J. OVERLOOK, Broker Correspondents: Paine, Weber A Co., Boston, Duluth, Calumet LOGAN & BRYAN, NEW YORK AND CHICAGO SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COPPER STOCK COLLINS & BRETHERTON, Brokers STOCKS AND BONDS , SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO UNLISTED STOCKS Phone 28 p. o. Box 1129 BISBEE PHONE S ' TOMBSTONE PHONE 8 BISBEE TOMBSTONE Leave Blsbee Auto Co.- i.jt eave Arlington Hotel 8: . m. KocKnili otage n:o 5L m. 530 P- 5:00 p. m. SEVEN PASSENGER CARS CAREFUL DRIVERS NEWTON'S AUTO STAGE LEAVES NACO: 8:0 11:00 2:00 6:0 LEAVES BISBEE: 9: 12:00 3:00 6:t0 Naco to Blsbee.. Naco to Don Luis.. Don Luis to Tin 'Town. Don Luis to Lowell Tin Town to Lowell 75e ..60c -25c .35c 25e Don Luis -to Bisbee Special Tripe, $6.90 PHONE 802F2, NACO WM. KLAPPENBACH THE PIANO DOCTOR Expert on Player and Electric Pianos ' Estimates made free of charge. Leave orders at MUIR MUSIC CO. 12-28-22 COPPER QUEEN HOTEL "Gem of the Borderland" BISBEE, ARIZONA . Rooms, $1.50 per day, and up Club Breakfasts, 35c to 90c Table dllote Lunch, 75c Table d'Hote Dinner, 11.25 Special rates for board by the month. A Homey Hotel Centrally Located EDWARD OLSON, Manager Bisbee-Cochise Stage DAILY SERVICE The Quickest, Cheaoest way to Cochise. By way of Gleeson, Court land and Pearce. Making connec tions with S. P. trains for Globe, Mlnml, etc., etc. We make connections or make no charge. Leave Blsbee 8:30 a. m. Arrive Cochise .11:35 a. m. RETURNING Arrive Bisbee 5:30 p. m. Make reservations at Blsbee Auto Co., Phone 5. Special at Frank's Market Pork Chops, lb 30c Round Steak, lb 22c Sirloin Steak, lb 22'c Rib Steak, lb 20c Fresh Cottage Cheese, lb!..20c White Sweet Potatoes, 7 lbs., 25c Pure Pine Tar Soap, 4 bars..25c 2 cans Pancake Syrup 25c Phone 841 416 Garden Ave. Tombstone Canyon FOR SALE FOR SALE Brand new piano. Call at 117 Van Dyke Street, Warren. 5821-12-20 FOR SALE One five room furnished - house cheap, opposite municipal market, Bauer Hill, Lowell. , 5770-12-14 FOR SALE Cheap Phone 841. 9-room house 2316-12-17 I FOR SALE Three room house to be j moved or wrecked. Also com- plete pfembing fixtures. Will sell i together or separately. Call S. T. Clark. Tel. 550. 2815-12-34 Dr.A.M. Wilkinson Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Douglas, Arizona Phone 40 Beginning Friday, Nov. 17th, will be at Copper Queen. Hotel I 2: to'6 p. nv each '.Friday. WANTED A girl to wash dishes and clean rooms. Inquire at rooming house across from Lowell Bakery. 281812-14 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS WANTED You to C. Marshall for moving pianos, baggage, and house hold goods. Crating done also. Office The Floral Shop. Phone 731 or call 50 and ask for Mar shall. . 5S05-1-9 WANTED Baggage, househould goods, piano moving 16 years of experience in Bisbee. Street Phone 50. Residence Phone 932. Geo. Eiting Transfer. 5713-12-31 WANTED You to C. Marshall. If it moves he moves it. Phone Office 731, Stand 50. Ask for Marshall. 5804-1-9 HELP WANTED MALE WANTED Man with car to sell guar anteed Cord tires. Will arrange salary and expense with right man Xord-O-Van Rubber Company 1108 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 5822-12-14 AUTO MEN WANTED Mechanics, elecfricaing, ignition experts. You can fill a big-pay auto job after practical shop training at National, Fine new building and equipment: use tools not books; expert instruc tors. Earn room and board while learning. "Big illustrated catalog sent Bree explains everything, Write Dept. 99, National Automo tive, Sll S. Figueroa, Los Angeles .5749-12-28 WANTED Just a bid on your trans fer work Don't want it if you can have it done for less. Piano boxes for sal. Phone Res. 292 Stand 50 See Hamp ochran. . - 5683-1225 NOTICE NOTICE The New Mexico Bedding i Company have located in the John son Addition and are ready to do all kinds of Mattress and awning work. Mattress renovating our speciality. -Leave orders with John son Addition Furniture Co., or our solicitor will call. P. O. ad- dress Box 3087, Lowell. New Mex ico Bedd'in's Co. 5780-12-15" STOCK MARKET LOST LOST Pair of glasses. Between Bank of Bisbee and Tombstone Canyon. Return Review. Reward. 2S13-12-14 LOST iilack envelope pocket book, between Tintown and Bisbee con taining $3.3S and gold wrist watcii Return Review, reward. 2S07-12-14 LOST Elgin wrist watch ou black ribbon. Return to Review office. Reward. 2S12-12-14 Negro Taken From Officers, Lynched PERRY, Fla., Dec. 12. The second of two negroes arested Friday In connection .with the murder of Miss Ruby Hendry school teacher, the pre vious Saturday was . lynched last night when Arthur Young was taken fro mthe officers as they were at tempting to transfer him to another jail. Charlie Wright was burned at the stake Friday 'night after a mob of several thousand men had taken him from the officers a's they brought FOR RENT FOR RENT Broadway rooming place 21 rooms, electric, gas, water, bath. Rent $25 a month. Call at United Loan & Jewelry Co., 28 Brewery Gulch. 5775-12-21 Furnished housekeeping rooms tor rent. 59 Opera Drive. 2814-12-17. forHrent ap artm ents- FOR SALE The Ozark House 124 Brewery Gulch 29'rooms well furn ished 3 lots. If you want si real bargain see Bert Clement, P. O. Box 5G9. Phone 64 5 W. 2S0S-12-17 FOR SALE Cedar chest: Just the thing for Christmas gift. Phone 917 or call 614 Tombstone Canyon. 5800-12-16 FOR RENT One 3 and one 2 room apartment and two sleeping rooms. Special rates made to batchelors. Close in no hills to climb. Ozark House 124 Brewery Gulch. 5798-12-23 FOTTTSenT 2"room apartment-furn-Ished with bath. Copper Queen Ho tel. Barber Shop. 5631-12-18 FOR RENT Two furnished house keeping rooms. Arizona Hotel. 5740-1-8 on the highway leading to Madison and did not become generally known until today. (By Tin Associated Press) NEW YORK, Dec. 13. Stock prices continued their rise to higher ground in today's market stimulus for the expanded buying being given by a continuance of 'the low money rates, additional stock and extra dividends and another sharp rise in sterling exchange, most of which, however, was cancelled later. Shares subject to pool operations and pos sessing extra dividend possibilities again received the most attention. One. of the surprises of the ses sion was the decision of the directors o fthe New York Central railroad not to increase the regular $5 div idend rate. SpeculatiSve interests had anticipated an increase to a $6 or $7 basis and their disappoint ment was reflected in a sharp drop in that stock ' which touched 93 1-8 as against Tuesday's high of 95 5-8, today's closing quotation of 93 5-8 re presenting a net loss of 1 7-8. Other rails declined in sympathy but 'recovered in response to the fresh buying during the afternoon. Closing prices were generally higher, with most of the gains limited to fractions. However, Jersey Central advanced seven points on a small turnover and Northern Pacific rose Some excellent gains were made by a number of the speculative fa vorites, notably by Baldwin, which touched 128. and closed at 127?i, a net gain of 3 points. Fisher Body, which has established NEW YORK Furnished ty L. . OVERLOCZ. MROKSM Crrtondmt Lorn am Mr Brmam American Can 73 H American Sugar 77 Va American Locomotive 124 American Smelter S5Va American Wool 97 Atchison 101H Baldwin 127i Bethlehem B Baltimore ic Ohio B It T California I'ete Cent Leather Corn Prod Chandler Crucible Cuba Cane Famous Players General Motors Goodrich Ind Alcohol Int Nickel Marine Marine Pfd Mexican Pete Mexican Seaboard New York Central Pacific Oil Pan American Penn Pierce Arrow Pure Oil i Reading Republic . Replogle R I Sinclair St. Paul Studebaker Southern Pacific Texas Oil the two negroes into town. The lynching took place near herefnew high records almost daily for the last week, crossed the 200 mark but fell later to 196i, up 5 points on ,the day. General Baki.ng company rose 7 points on declaratioi of a 200 per cent stock dividend Additional short covering in Piggly Wiggly sent that stock up to a new year's high as 55 3-8. Some of the other strong spots were American Car, Cluette-Pea- body, Cuban-American Sugar pre ferred, Elkhorn Coal, Mexican Pe troleum, SPan-American A and B Pressed Steel Car, United Retail Stores, and Willis Overland preferred the gains ranging from 2 to 7 points. General Asphalt broke nearly joints on the announcement by Pres iutnt Sewall that a new agreement ha I been made with the Royal Dutch Shell group whereby instead of a one fourth interest in future surplus profits of the Venezuelan Oil enterprise the company will re alize at once through receipt of a I Royalty of 1-8 of the crude oil pro duction there from commencing Jan uary t, 1923, Royal Dutch suffered a net loss of nearly 2 points on pub lication of cable dispatches stating that the interim dividend had been reduced from 15 to 10 per cent on shares traded abroad., Woolworth broke more than five points in re sponse to the director's action in ap proving the apropriation of $20,000, 000 from the profit and loss account to be applied to the reduction of "good will' which is carried at $50, 000,000. Day's total sales, were 856, 000 shares. Call money opened at four per cent, ej..ed off to 3 and then ad Svauced to four again before the close. Time money . continued firm at 5 per cent for the longer matur ities and 4?i ptr cent for the 30 day pe'Iod. Little new commercial paper i coming into the market al though there is a fnirly good demand with rrirce Lames still commanding United States Food . United States Rubber United States Steel . Vanadium Willys 63 Vs . 43 - 1ST. . 56T, - 33 .131 64 67Ti 14 - 94 13V 34T, 65 14H HH 51 241 - 16'4 4V 47 83H 46V. . 27 U - IVk . 4S . 24 . 32T4 . 32Vfc . 22Ti 134H 8i 4i - 54 52 vi -104 . 35 - 6Ti NEW YORK. COPPERS Anaconda Butte Cerro de Pasco Chino Chile . Green Cananea Inspiration Kennecott Magma Miami Nevada Consolidated Ray Consolidated Seneca Shattuck Utah : 43 3lVi 44V. 23', 27H 25 33 ; 37 2i 27 14V. 13 V 7V4 . 63V. THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY FOR SALE Washing machine. A bargain, 145A Quality Hill. 5778-12-15 FOR SALE Mattresses, renovated, made to order. Bisbee Mattress , Works, opposite gas plant. Tate Hill, Lowell, T. A. Tate, Tlione 142W. 5777-1-8 i tnb'c.Vr iiirnunnn cc ruu- SAli Htudebaker Special Six won at, the Legion Bazaar. Phone 21 or 627. 2S1 1-12-17 CAFE MARNE CHLENTZOS BROS. 12 Main Street BISBEE EXCELLENT CUISINE FOR SAt.K Fiiril tnnrinL inr iln- ' mountablo rims and self starter, Al ! conditiou. Inquire 20 Yuma Trail, I Warren. 5773-12-14 FOR RENT Rooms with running water; Gas Heaters, Clothes closet in every room. Price reasonable. La More Hotel. 5766-12-14 FOR RENT Nice front room 145A Qu-lity hill. 5779-12-13 at DRESSMAKING DOLL CLOTHES Ready made the New Art Store. 5S20-12-16 at to Fashionable Dressmaking done 114 Clawsou Hill, next -door v.Mr. - Ellinwood's, Home. Mrs. Diilly O. Dugger. ' " - -.; . 5584-12-11 corsetTe R " " FOR SALE PETS FOR SALE Very gentle Shetland pony. Phono 124. 5772-12-14 L1LLIE M. Hodges. Spencer t'or setiere. Phone 434 M. 5763-1-5 FOUND FOUND Cuff Button. Owner may have same by identifying and pav ing for ad. Call Review. LS171254 ' . - r l Vm :v NO-NO- "" fTltl vMECAR TH -HHP?5 i r-- ' DJED I ON -- I TfV"' ' (NOW VvlEFiE I rf, ' liMnhl 0f? Ji WHEN MARSHAL. OTEY WALKER WENT To RELEASE THE TWO "TRAMPs WHO ARE EATMCr THE TOWN INTO DEBT;' OTEY FOUND HE COULD MOT UNLOCK THE RUSTY y OLD JAIL. LOCK BOSTON COPPERS Ariaona Commercial Calumet & Arizona Calumet & Hecla Copper Itange n.aste Butte Davis Daly Hank Mohawk New Cornelia Osceola .. Superior Boston 7U S3 282 - 25Vi ' 3 57 16Vi 2 li May Wheat July Wheat Dec Wheat Dec Corn GRAIN ..123Vi 114Vi .124V4 . 73 Ahumada Calumet Jerome Consolidated Copper Denn Dundee CURBS V. m i ni'inn Green Monster Jerome Verde Mutual Oil Mesabi Night Hawk Kay Lucky Tiger Gadsden Ray Hercules Tom Reed Telluride United Kastern Veriift rVntrwl Verde Combination Verde Kxtension , erde Jerome Shea Wolverine & Arizona 19-1 15 34 7V. 40 4 15 2S ns 12 2'i IS 7.75 80 1 75 : IS 3 10 27 14 60 2 OATMAN trishei by COtJJNS BRETHERTON ate AsH Arizona Hex Adams Arizona Tom Reed Argo Black KunKe BK Jim Consolidated Fesaenden Gold Dust Gold Ore Highland Chief Lexington 2 3 1 2 2 10 3 3 6 IS 20 Mohawk Central Merry" Widow Nellie 9 3 11 13 t la it Oatnmn United Oatmttn Combination San Francisco Gold Sun Dial Sunnyside Telluride Tom Reed 10 9 13 4 15 5 United American United Kastern United Western Gold Reed Oatiuan Gold 21 70 73 5 6 1.55 1.5S 2 3 It) 8 9 OTHER CUR Fumxshei ty COLLINS Ahumada Green Monster Hutte & London .. Dundee Gadsden Krupcion BS BRSTHERTOM Bid ASK 4.56 .('5 .05 .20 .60 Jerome Verde Dev Arkansas & Arizona .... Verdn Central a. Calumet & Jerome Denn Arizona Wolverine & Arizona ... Verde Combination Ray Hercules Grund Island Night Hawk Shea Nacozaii Consolidated Calumet Oil Kay Copper Con Copper Mines Verde Jerome . 3.1 2.37 .05 2.50 13 7.00 . 1.13 .01 2.00 .. 55 .15 .10 .40 0 4.00 2.63 .13 S.63 3 00 15 1.75 .10 1.37 CO 19 Ti's 3.75 1.00 Liberty Bonds . NEW YORK, , J3en' ; ', Liberty hutuls 'closied; -,.s 100.3 j; V W') 4, . ; Is STANLgX K-A SERVICE $98.46; -3rd 44s $3S:4; 4th 4 s $!1S.- 76; Victory 4is (uncalled) $100.44; Victory 4:4s called blank. U. S. Treasury 4s $9S.S4. Cotton Market NEW YORK, Dec. 13. The general cotton market closed Bteady at an advance of 16 to 31 points.