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February 10, 1907
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Liquidation Continues, nut Only on a
Small Scalo Cood Coppers Aro Bo
ing Absorbed by Strong Interests.
Blsbco Broker Alleges tliat They Gave
Orders to Sell Stock and When It
Rose, Thoy Eofused to Deliver It
Sues for Commission.
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SEATS ON SALE AT
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Friday Night "Said Pasha," Saturday Night "Olivette,"
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(By I. N. Kinsoy)
GLOBE, Fobruury l). Liquidation
continued on u small scalo today and
the market was comparatively weak and
dull all through the session. Strong in
terests continuo to buy Contonninl and
Osceola, the lattor being $1G(5 bid for
practically any nmount and the former
being quiotly bought around $4f. Tam
arack scorns to be slowly coming out
from disappointed holders, but think it
should be bonglit around this level on J
.strength of lnrgo earnings. Calumet &
Hecla interests are buying their own
stock enthusiastically. Coppers scorn to
bo vory quiet and prices may sag a
Butte Coalition directors moot Wed
nesday for dividond action. An in
crease is oxpected. Shannon directors
moot in about ten days and it is thought
50 cents will bo declared. North Butto
and Copper Hango both declare about
February 2S. Both are expected "to bo
In regard to the Now York market
today, Logan : Brynn say: "Stock
market closed soft and generally easier.
It would soom as if the unfavorable
bank statoment contributed much -to the
general weakness, as it leaves but small
margin above legal requirements in the
associated banks. Trading was largely
professional, but bettor class of buying
is noted coming in on the breaks. Mar
ket for time being looks like a scalping
Allouez $ G7.00
Arizona Commercial -. K7.00
Butte & London . . ... 2.00
Boston Consolidated .............. .10.00
Bingham '. . .... 30.50
Black Mountain 8.02
Butte Coalition . ....... ...... 37.25
Cananca Central . .. .... 34.50
Copper Eango '.T.- ..-. 03.50
Calumot & Arizona 392.00
Daly-West ;.. 10.00
Dcnn-Arizonn Dov. nnscd "J. 00.00
Denn-Arizona Mining asked .. 23.50
East Uuttc u 15.75
GranliV' .. .
Hancock ....... ....
Keweenaw .... .....
Greene Consolidated .
Nevada Consolidated .
Old Dominion ...
Osceola . ....
Superior & Pittsburg ".
Utah Consolidated ....,
Globe Consolidated ..
Mohawk .. ...........
Adventure- ...... ..... ...
National . ... ...
Michigan ...... - . ..
Superior & Boston ......
Calumet & Globe ..-.J.
Qiiincy . t ..
Trinity . ."...
Iron Cnp, asked .... -...
Inspiration, asked ...
L. S. & A.
New York Stocks
Amalgamated -.. . .$112.12
Anaconda - 285.50
American Smelters 112.75
Colorado I-lioI & Iron ... 48.37
Heading a 122.25
U. S. Steel, common 44.50
New York Central .-. 327.75
Pennsylvania ...... - ... 130.37
Union Pacific : 172.37
Southern Pacific 93,00
St. Paul 1-17.00
Atchison I....,.". 103.00
Baltimore & Ohio ,. 110.12
Frank J. Graf has filed two suits in
the district court to obtain commissions
alloged to be due on sales on stock that
wero mado through his oilico, sajy-s a dis
patch from Tombstone. The defendants
are the Bank of BiSbco and Katherine
Keilly. In the first case the complaint
alleges that on December 13 tho plain
tiff sold for tlio defendant thirty shares
of Denn-Arizona Btock at a prico of $30
per share and was to be allowed a com
mission of 12ii cents per share on tho
same. That ho found a purchaser for
tho same and that tho defendant re
fused to deliver over the stock after he
had found the purchaser, and as a con
sequence he had to go into tho open
market and procure the shares for the
purchaser and pay tho sum of $95 per
share for tho stock.
This was on January S, the day he
had demanded the delivery of the stock
frojn the defendant. He alleges that as
a consequence ho is entitled to tho dif
ference iu tho sum of $1,950, besides
the sum of $3.75 as commission for the
sale of tho stock.
T!. other case is on tho same
grounds. The complaint alleges that on'
January 20, Katherine Beilly gave him
orders to sell soventy-five shares of
Denn-Arizona stock at an agreed price
of $07.50 per share and ho was to be
allowed a commission of 12' cents per
share for selling the same. That he
found a purchaser for the stock and
whon ho demnuded the stock from her
flho refused to give it and he was com
pelled to go int othe open market and
imrehaso seventy-live shares for the
buyer at a price of $77.00 and that as a
consequence he was out the sum of
$712.50. Fred Sutter is attorney for tho
LETTER OF COMMENDATION
FROM GOVERNOR KIBBEY
eed, Hay and Grain Stable
Rigs for Hire. We make a specialty
and selling horses and vehicles
of every kind
Successor to E. F. Kellner Lumber Co.
mber of Every Description
Doors, Vindows, Lath, Shingles,
Wm. Whalley, Prop.
We keep everything in
the way of household
And We Sell
cheaper than anybody
J. E. McNeil
F4 L JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE PHQNE 432.
RESIDENCE PtfONE 433.
QUICK SERVICE, MEALS
AND SHORT ORDERS A
SPECIALTY. IN REAR
OF STAG SALOON : : :
Bon Lodge, comedian Columbia Opora
Qreon T told, my wlfo last week tliat
it would bo necessary for us to econo
mize. Brown What did slio sayf'
Grcon She didn't say anything nt
tho timo, but tho noxt day sho bought
mo a box of bargain counter cigars.
Will Take a Chance
I hereby accept tho challenge of
Prank A. Lacoy to raco mo at tho
Dreamland rink at any day that may
bo agreed upon at tho later part of this
month. My forfeit is posted at the
Pirfft National bank. ' Ei NUGENT.
Judgo Nave has received the follow
ing letter from Governor Kibbey re
garding the recent unsuccessful attempt
to lynch a negro in this city:
Office of tho Governor, Phoenix,
February 4, 1907.
Hon. Frederick S. Nave,
Globe, Arizona. .
My Dear Judge: "l
I jiccd hardly repeat to you my sense
of gratification by tho promptness and
effectiveness of the measures taken by
you and Sheriff Thompson to prevent
mob violence to the assailant of Mrs.
Morris. Arizona has for some time been
on trial by public opinion throughout
tho country, and so untoward an event
as tho lynching of a" man, no matter
what the atrocity of his crime, would
have been taken almost as proof of our
lawlessness and unfitness to be associ
ated with the sister of states. Under
no circumstances could such a thing be
excused. Exasperation of a mob finding
its expression in violent violation of
the laws is less excusable than that
pf an individual, though unfortunately,
in cases like this, mote frequent.
Experience has demonstrated, I think,
,that mob law is ineffectivo for any
good purpose it is indeed provocative
of evil. The safety of the citizen de
pends directly upon tho orderly enforce
ment of tho law, and tho imposition of
penalties however severe, through the
regularly constituted channols.
However atrocious Baldwin's crime
may bo, if he is guilty, and it cannot
bo spokon of without .horror, the crime
of lynching is from every point of view
incomparably more atrocious. One is
tho crimo of nn individual; tho othor is
tho crime of not only those who partici
pate in it, but of those who did not
uso every means to prevent it and that
crime is murder.
Tho orderly trial of Baldwin and his
conviction, if guilty, and his consequent
punishment will havo argood effect; his
death by the violence ot a mob can
have-no good effeqt, but would havo far
greater ovil consequences, much further
reaching, moro to bo deplored than if
ho wore to go entirely- unpunished of
justice. Such a thing must bo prevent
ed at every hazard. Of this I need not
argue with you.
I must rely upon you and tho good
citizens of Globe, of whom I cannot
doubt but there aro enough, to see to
tho orderly carrying out of tho func
tions of tho law. If you think there is
danger to bo apprehended, beyond your
power of control, advise me instnntly
and I will supply to you aid amply
adequate to see to flic enforcement of
the law and tho preservation of 'good
uruyj. iiiusu kj..w.. ... ... yzj
laws themselves ami must expect to uo
treated as such.
You can appriso yourself of tho subsi
dence of tho spirit of mob violonce and
will know how to proceed. I know
Henry Thompson woll enough to believe
that you can absolutely rely upon his
courage and his discretion.
Hero's my hand, judge, for good or
der and tho fair name of Arizona.
In all this, judge, T do not forgot tho
agony of those who knew Mrs. Morris
and my deepest sympathy is with them
and I wish you would, upon pr6por op
portunity, express it to thorn but von
geaiico is not thoirs, or mine, or yours,
but .through tho majesty and the power
of the law orderly executed.
Sincerely, ' -
JOS. H. KIBBEY.
SHORTY and JIM
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Special attention given
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and in fact everything in
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first class cafe.
Rates reasonable North Globe
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The Big Store
"Is your husband up yetJV asked tho
enrly caller of the' sour-faced woman at.
the' door. r - ""
"T expect .ho is," was the reply.
"I'd like to see him for a few min
utes;" ''So would I. Ho hasn't como homo
yet.' Milwaukee Sentinel.
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