BOSE BROTHERS TAKE OVER ESTATE Older residents of Alton will remember remember J. H. Bose, a former well to do hotel man of this city, who went to Arizona several years ago and scttlet at Mammoth, near Florence. He start ed a hotel at that place and also ac quired considerable mining property which, however, did not produce the results expected until recently. His faith In U remained strong and recent ly that faith was justified when ho sold out to u New York company for $100, 000. This information is contained in re cent issue of the Florence Tribune which also pays a high tribute to Mr und Mrs. Uoso, the former of whom i now 84, the latter- 78. They continue to operate the hotel whloh has pal from the slart. Tho Tribune stales also that th two Bose boys, V. \V. and O. J., boll of whom will be well remembered in Alton, have given an option on thel minis clufnis, known in mlnlry circle as tho Bose group, to a company whlc] will ^[perate them for the government it is suld. Tho option will be closet In a short lime, tho paper says, tlu consideration being $lf>0,000, thn showing all members of the Do.se fain lly have made fortunes since leaving Alton. 0. J'.s. daughter lives in Alton uud is married to 11. ('hallongsworth Tlie mines are said to be rich it molybdenum, and this IK said to liar a bout resistance of 2.-100 coiitpgniik' One ceiitngrade, tho paper oxpluim equals 15,000 degrees Fahrenheit, KU all can realize just how groat aro it: powers of resistance. U IH used fo lining In high snide firearms, muchim gmiN, i;\r , anil since the war IUIH Ink en on a great boom. It l.s used also it flying iiiiirhlnoB and high powerec IIUIOH, tho kind lined In (he army.