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Saturday, June 1, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
In Every Depart
ment of Banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
Is prepared to serr
you in a satisfactory
IN STOCK MARKET
-fasl(lcnt Roosevelt's Speech Favorably
Received on-Wall Street Old Domin
ion Sells Oft" at Uio Closo Morning
Gsins -ro Lost During Afternoon.
(By I. N. Kinsoy)
OLODB. May 31. Whilo the market
,.,.,! much stronger this morning ov-
,,, to tUo favorable construction placed
) W.ill street on President Boosovelt's
.imo.1i at Indianapolis yesterday, it war
, struken with weakness beforo the
(l,io ami wkl off considerably. Old
LMiiiiioii opened strong at $IS.50, but
t ti. toto sold off to $47.50. Globe
,v Mijerior & Boston at $2,117 and
kJi,, .f National at G."5 cents, although
,u. l"ll'r 'lse(l weak at CO.
Paine of Boston says: President
KiHM'Wt ' speech was favorably rc
reno'l this morning and somed to cro
Ptt- 4joner.il confidence, but in later
,n lime-' tnt buying became exhausted
Tr.tl.r- .lopressed prices all through the
llSt Wo arc going to have a long dull
market topper metal seoms to bo still
r uncertain, but wo think something
irfln.to will be done and that wo shall
fc,ii hear of largo salds boing mad
rll,,' to the last quotation prices.
tt ilker Brothors of Now York say
Th. m.irket today oponed steady ant
tjrii showed considerable strongth
There was much bettor feeling and the
market had a good tone. This was en
tirelv changed in tho afternoon Hm'
when it began to got dull tradors Solo
i nil prices sold off readily. Gains wore
,J5t and the market was barely steady
an.l ery dull. Wo look for a dull and
uninteresting markot tomorrow:
Butte & London ...
Biaek Mountain .....
Butte Coalition ....
' ipper Ran go .......
lalumet & Arizona ..
Dal West .
Dean Arizona ....
(ran by .. . .,.
" o ila . .....
superior & Pittsburg -.. .. 15.75
tah oBsoltdated . . 59.00
afen , 7.00
1 be Consolidated 10.50
Contenninl . 27.00
Michigan , 12.50
Tamarack ,...'. 110.00
Trinity r, :...... 21.00
Arcadlnn .' 5.00
Superior & Boston 2.37
Oalumot & Globo : 1.25
Lako Superior & Arizona 7.50
Wolverine & Arizona 1.75
National A . ,oo
Queen, asked 02
Globe-Arizonn, asked 21
Inspiration, asked 21
Central, asked .. .GO
Keystone, asked .. 1.37
Now York Stocks
Amalgamated $ 85.37
Anaconda ... 57.00
American Smolters 110.12
Colorado Fuel & Iron 29.50.
U.S. Steel, common 32.87
Now York Central ., 109.87
Pennsylvania .5 .'. 119.02
Union Pacific 133.02
Southorn Pacific u 70.50
St. Paul 120.50
Baltimore & Ohio 91.50
(By 11. II. Urn Co.)
GLOBK, May 31. Tho markot show
ed very Htlo improvement today over
tho past two weeks, but as this is about
tho last, of tho veok wo mny not look
for much strongth. Wo look for mora
strength to bo in ovidonco beginning
with next month and it should hold up
bettor from this on.
A strong bear party has been depress
ing Greono-Cnnnnea, but thoy are get
ting discouraged by tho heavy buying
around $14. Tho short interest is Luge
und thoy will have to cover soon, which
should put, tho ontiro list up a few
points. Standard issues aro in demand
and considorablo outside buying and
all in all things look hotter. Monov
loaned in Now York and Boston around
24 por cent today.
We would consider stocks liko Old
Dominion, Amalgamated, Anaconda,
Butto Coalition, Utah Consolidated,
North Butto, Coppor Bange, Greene-
Cnnnnen, Calumot & Arizona nntl Shan
non stocks good to buy and hold onto
for a while.
Now York Stocks
Amalgamated .... $ 85.37
Anaconda . 57.00
American Smoltors . .... 11(1.12
Baltimoro & Ohio . . 94.50
Colorado Fuel & Iron 29.50
Erin 1 1
Now York Contra! 109.87
Pennsylvania . ..... 119.G2
Beading . . ..........r. . 101.12
Southorn Pacific . .. ..... 76,02
St. Paul ....... .... 12G.50
Union Pacific ... .. 133.75
U. S. Steel, common 32.87
Allouoz .... . 45.00 50.00
Arcadian . 5.00 5.50
Amorican-Saginaw . 8.87 9.25
Arizona Commercial 22.00
Boston Consolidated . 25.75
Butto & Loudon 1,12
Butto Coalition 24.50
Black Mountain fi.go
Calumet & Arizona 158.00
Calumot & Globo 1.25
Coppor Range 79.50
Bnlaklala ... 8.87
East Butto 10.00
Gibson Coppor 1(5.00
Greeno Silver 1.25
Globo Consolidated ...
L. S. & A
Nevada Consolidated 13.00-.
North Butto 82.25
Old Dominion 47.50
Quiney fl Kl.00
Shannon ........... 17.75
Superior & Boston ... 2.25
Superior & Pittsburg '.. 15.75
Tamarack ......' 110.00.
Utah Consolidated 59.00
Warren .... 7.00
Wolvorino & Arizona ........ 1.50
Davis Daly 13.00
Dominion Coppor 6.00
North Butto Extonsion. 2.00 2.25
Local Stocks Ask
Eldorado $ .10
East Globo 10.00
Globo Imp. Assn 109.00
ELECTRIC AIR DRILLS
An unqualified success.. Save repair ex
pense ; tako one-third tho power of a
regular air drill; two sizes; sold on ap
proval. Cataloguo and list of users on
Co. of Texas, Box 716, El Paso
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per day. Twenty minutes rido
from Hot Springs Station, Gra
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dropsy, livor, kidney and stom
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women's ailments. Now and
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v " jwu aro sick, got well. If wc
8 ALEXANDER BROTHERS,
Peed, Hay and Grain Stable
New Livery Rigs for Hire. We make a specialty
' buying and selling horses and vehicles
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. Livery Stables
General Livery and Feed Stables
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ie 481 W. P. KELSEY, Mgr. Globe, Arizona
Inspiration .'. 24
Giant King . 20
Union Coppor .. GO
Arizona National ... 9.50
Powers Gulch' ...... .. 10
Now Dominion .... . 110
Globo Standard .07
Globo Western .15
Globe Whcntfiolds .02
American . ... .. . 15
Five Points ; 1.00
Montozumn ; ... .20
Central Copper : .GO
Queen Copper . 02
Arizona Boston , .50
Globo & Pinto 10
Money, 2yt per cent.
The famous Thaw-Whitcf tragedy at
"Live and lot live." Union Cash
Market, C. Musgrave, proprietor.
patentee tho rceipo for making this ox
plosivo and tho right to uso it. During
tho last ten days dynnmito and powder
hnvo boon dono away with and this
now substitute has been used in tear
ing away tho bluff. It has proved a
success beyond all expectations. Mr.
Gray is nn enthusiast about it. Ho Bays
it costs far less money, does hotter
work, and there is littlo danger in its
uso. This is tho reason why 'wo no
longor hear tho dotonations caused by
a blast of dynamite and can lay down
to pleasant dreams without fear of be
ing disturbed by tho rattlo of tho
dishes in tho pantry.
The ingrodicuts aro prepared in the
morning at tho bluff for tho day's
work. Mr. Gray buys a barrel of sugar
and according to tho rocipo obtained
from .tho patcntco mixes i with other
chemicals and it is used liko other ex
plosives in drills. A fuse is attached
to the mntcrial and tho chargo is made.
Thero is an explosion, but it is much
moro gontlo than is obtained from dy
nnmito and is mucji moro effective in
its rosults. Bed Wing, Minn., Bopub
WATER USERS WIN
AGAINST CANAL COMPANY
Storage room phone G01.
Wo framo pictures. Nnquin & Co.
Subscriptions to tho Daily Arizona
Silver Belt duo in Juno are payable in
ndvanco two months. This is to roscrvo
time for a canvass of tho county. 210
Don't miss It. Tho only picturo from
life of tho Thaw-Whito tragedy just as
it happened will bo given at tho Alex
Is ono of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-clas3 In
his lino. Call and be convinced.
MRS. MCKINLEY'S LOVE
A Word Picture of tho Tenderness that
Hallowed Her Lifo
SUGAR AN EXPLOSIVE
Tho Granulated Kind Takes the Place
of Giant Powder
Granulated sugur has other uses than
the sweetening of one's coffee for
breakfast. L, M. Gray has discovered
at a quarry work which ho has been
doing at tho back of Barn Bluff that
it is an excellent substituto for giant
powder and dynnmite. In fact, it beats
themvin ninny directions.
Have you .noticed that during the past
week or ten dnys that tho concussions
which were so noticeable from tho ex
plosions caused by tho drillings at the
bluff have ceased! So truo is this that
it has become n common question upon
the streots. "Has tho work at tho
quarry stopped!" And thereby hangs
During his recent trip to Moxico, C.
E. Sheldon, whilo on his way south, met
a gentleman who has largo interests
in the clay business, and in speaking
with him of the pottery interests ho
rofcrred to a new method of exploiting
clay which ho had discovered by sim
pler and safer combination in tho way
of an explosive than is found in dyna
mite or powder.
On further inquiry Mr. Sheldon as
certained that the. ingredients of this
uow explosive, which his friend told him
of, consisted in largo measure more
than half -of granulated sugar. This,
mixed with certain chemicals, had boon
discovered and patented recently, and
from tho patentee, tho St. Louis 'firm,
of which his trturist friend was a mem
ber, had obtained tho right to use it.
Whilo thoy woro somewhat skeptical of
its vnluo at first, after having given it
a thorough trial they have become thor
oughly convinced thnt it was" remark
able, both in tho results achieved, the
greater safety found in its use, and in
tho economy of expenditure, as its cost
is less than half which was made neces
sary under tho old mothods in tho uso
of gunpowder. Mr. Sheldon was at
onco interested, and was given tho ad
dress of tho patentee.
On arriving homo ho addrossed n let
ter to tho discoverer of tho new ex
plosivo and from him obtained tho re
ply restating practically all that his
friend hnd told him about tho merits
of tho discovery. This ho filed away
for futuro use.
A few dnys ago ho mot Mr. Gray,
and in discussing tho quarry work
which ho has bcon doing this winter on
tho river sido of Barn Bluff, tho danger
from dynnmito, which has already re
sulted in injury to quito a number of
men, and tho violenco of th concus
sion of the charges, which has disturbed
tho wholo oemmunity both day and
night, ho asked Mr. Gray why ho did
not uso tho now explosivo which had
been found. Mr. Gray rondo further
inquiries in regard to it, although nat
urally very suspicious of tho great
claims mado for this now compound, so
simple in its nnture, and so largoly
mado up of an nrticlo whoso only uso
has heretofore beon associated with tho
sweetening of tho world's food.
Tho upshot of tho mattor has boon
that Mr. Gray has obtained from tho
Tho peculiar pathos that was at
tached to Mrs. McKinlcy in tho oyes
of tho country ut large had its root in
a love story that will take its place.
among tho classics. On tho part of
President McKinloy it was n single
minded dovotedness thut gathered an
ovor-incrcasing tenderness from the del
icacy of tho wifo, whose hopes of moth
erhood wero buried and whose mind, as
if arrested on tho threshold of that
deepest oxperienco of hor womanhood,
was still held in tho thrall of youth.
On her part il was a love of abso
lute dependence and childlike trust.
Through all her lifo her eyc3 havo re
tained tho clear, unshadowed softness
of tho girl; tho charming pink of her
cheek was that usually known to the
dawn of maturity. Her gentle smile,
hor soft voice, tho ingchiousness of
manner, the modulated voice, all gave
President McKinlcy tho sweetheart of
his boyhood, who, if sho could not share
tho cares of state and must bo protect
ed from every alien look or word, could
yet win him from all other considera
tion to mnko her happy.
In" tho hour of her affliction the be
reaved wifo voiced tho whole craving
'of her nature in that one pathetic sen
tence, "I want to so tho major." But
when sho had seen tho major for tho
lost time, when they had placed him
in tho vault at Canton, whero now, as
she lies dying, tho nntional memorial to"
her husband is ncaring completion, she
turned her thoughts to what she might
do for him. Daily sho visited tho tomb
to stay a while in thought, and to leave
her beloved flowers for her beloved
Next to children, Mrs. McKinlcy has
always loved her flowers. Sho used to
minglo tho two fondnesses by giving
her blossoms from the Whito IIouso
conservatories in splendid largesse to,
tho little ones, and sho had proteges 6f
nil kinds in tho hospitals and other in
stitutions and among her personal
friends. When Easter timo camo tho
first lady would sit all day at the win
dow to watch tho egg-rolling on tho
lawn and laugh as gleefully as tho
Denied much effort, sho busied her
self about littlo things. Sho made
purses of netted silk and fashioned slip
pers of wool by tho hundreds. They
went for Christmas gifts, as souvenirs.
Thoy brought largo prices at charitablo
fairs, and thoy gave their manufac
turer tho keenest dolight. She said
onco during tho Whito House days that
sho had mado 4,000 pairs of slippers for
"somobody to wear." Tho Christmas
after hor loss sho did not forgat her
frionds in tho cabinet circle, but the
remembrances fashioned by her delicate
fingers wore all of black and gray. Tho
woman who had clung so persistently
to beautiful colors could find relief only
in the somber shades.
Ono of tho last expressions of Presi
dent McKinloy'8 caro of her occurred
when thoy entered Terrace Station at
Buffulo on thnt fatal trip. Tho salute
of tho artillerymen drawn up to await
heir arrival broke seven panes in the
forward car. Tho crash and shock wore
too much for Mrs. McKinloy to bear.
Sho fell fainting into her husband's
arms. Ho laid her back on her pillows,
soothing her gently Jjeforo ho stepped
out to acknowledge tho plaudits of tho
When sho shrank back later, in sight
of all, at tho shrieking of the engines
and "the confusion, tho president gently
put his arm about her, smiled reassur
ingly and drew tho laco wrap up about
her cars, shutting out the uproar.
When Mr. McKinloy married Ida Sax
ion sho had been given not only all tho
advantages that education and travel
could offer (slip was fresh from a six
month stay in Europe when thoy mot),
but had learned solf-rolianco as well,
for her father, James Saxton, had in
stalled her- as assistant cashier in the.
bank to tpach her to cope with tho
world. Sho camo to her husband bril
liant with health and ambition. When
sho had 'laid hor two babes to rest in
tho Canton cemetery sho was tho wreck
of her former self tho spirit of her
youth and her love alono remained un
touched. New York Worjd.
Tho enso of William Wenvcr and oth
ers against tho Casa Grando Valley
Canal company was heard boforo Judge
Kent on Monday. It was nn applica
tion on tho part of tho water users for
tho appointment of a receiver on ac
count of alleged mismanagement of tho
canal. Judge Kent granted tho nppli
cation and will nrao tho receiver in a
few days. Colonel Thomas Fitch and
General Thomas F. Wilson aro tho at
torneys for tho water users.
On account of tho illness of Colonel
Fitch, Oencral Wilson went to Flor
ence and represented the, water users.
Tho farmers in tho Casa Grando dis
trict havo suffered sovercly in recent
years becauso of inability to secure wa
ter. Tho appointment of a receiver is
regarded as an important step toward
a radical change in conditions in the
Casa Grande valley.
Charlio Smith left New York today.
Got your sewing machlno at the
Singer store, Trust building. Freo Ics
tons on the proper uso of all machines
lot out. 221
Ring up 372 for a painter. Van Wag
onen will call on you and givo you a
Dr. R, E. Holbrook, dentist, over
Brown's millinery store, Globo Office
building, room 2.
Storago room phono G01.
The Lunch Problem is ono that
confronts every business man.
"Whote can I get a good, whole
some lunch, well cooked and
quickly served?" Is a ques
tion that almost every busy man
asks himself every day.
We make a specialy of serving a
"BUSINESS MAN'S LUNCH,"
well cooked, always ready to
Berve and centrally located as wo
are, insure celerity and satisfac
tion. Try us today
A. F. BANICEVICH, -
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
Room 16, Globe Building
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Office Rooms, 6-7-9 Trust Building
Office Phoiie Mala 1841
Residence, Dominion Hotel
RICHARD E. GOODWIN
Box 407 GLOBf, ARIZONA
L niTiMATK SKcitirr Skiivick In all lu
brunchctt. InvcsilKutions. Collections and
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oalta, und h11 buslnem bandied tn utricles con
fidence, Flrkt-ylDtvs work t intrant eed.
Office with Judge Rawlingj
Try Melrose Ityo if you want
something extra .fino; splendid for med
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Special for Saturday and Sunday,
orango shorbct, at Andersons Confec
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Is ono of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
his line. Call and be convinced.
Dr. R. E. Holbrook, dentist, oyer
Brown's millinery store, Globe Office
building, room 2.
When you go away from Globe for
your summer vacation order tho daily.
It will be a long daily Iotter from home.
The best cold drinks and purest ice
cream at Anderson's Confectionery.
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Office: ROOMS 1-3 TRUST BUILDING
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Office over Palace Pharmacy
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Formerly the Metropole Cafe
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT AND STRICTLY FIRST
CLASS IN EVERY WAY
Finest Lines of Wines
Liquors and Cigars
The most delicious and refreshing glass of beer in
town. Commercial trade solicited
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS CAFE IN CONNECTION
Geo. Everett Baker, E. M.
U. S. DEPUTY
Office with Mitchell Mining Company
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At Last It's Here
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Stenographer and Notary Public. -
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During tho summer vacation Prof. A.
K. Stabler will conduct a Night Schoel,
offering, the following courses:
ENGINEERING: Arithmetic, Algebra,
Geometry, Trigonometry, Mechanics,
BUSINESS: Bookkeeping, Commercial
Arithmetic, Letter Writing, Spelling,
ELOCUTION: Composition, Interpreta
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COMMON BRANCHES: Those of the
upper grammar grades.
SPANISH: Under a competent teachor.
School opens June 3.
Address inquiries to P. O. Box 525.
THE GLOBE NATIONAL BANK
Capital $50,000.00 , 'C V
Commenced business May 28, 1906
May 20, 1907, total resources $432,055.94
NO BETTER VAULTS AND MONEY SAFE IN ARIZONA
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BANKING In All It's Branches-REAL ESTATE of Every Description
4 per cent paid on 3 month Term Deposits
Opposite tho Western Union Telegraph Office.
If you want to invest in property in any part of tho city, call and seo us. Wo aro on tho ground floor and get
nround floor prices at all times. ., ,, .,.,,
11 HOUSES AND LOTS FOB SALE.
Thrco-room houso two nico level lots cl030 in this will sell Tor S800. Two houses and fivo lots near tins smelter,
S700. Four-room houso twenty acres 01 good. lana in town, $900.
LOTS FOB SALE.
Two lots on Pascoo hill level and in good condition 50 by 100, S500.
town for $325. Hero 38 feet front 112 deep lovel fine building site, $600. - i ,.,'.
Thero aro just a few of tho good investments wo havo on tho list this week bo call and wc wiU be glawl to take
you out to seo that our prices aro right on any of this real estate.
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One lot Knob hill best invostocr.t in the
I. N. KINSEY, Incorporated
Dealers in listed ad unlisted securities , -, (
Quotations from New York, Boston and Duluth by quick wire service,i
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins ' il
Office in Lobby of Dominion Hotel Phone
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