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Sunday, July 25, 1009
0 PRICES ILL
TRADING OF DAY OFFERS NO IN-
DEX TO PROBABLE FUTURE
0 LOWER; CORN HIGHER
MSTAL QUIET AND COPPER UN-CHANGED-LIVE
KW VOHK, July 24. Dealings on
II,,, s'nck exchange today weio so mon
tre that little significance can attach
to thiMii The sluggish ami irregular
drift of price was inconclusive us nn
index of speculative sentiment.
llnnds wore steady, total sales were
Tinted States coupon and O's have
declined h nnd 4 V registered Pr
cent m call during the week.
KV "ORK, July 21. Metal mar
lets were without fresh feature. ,in the
.,i fpiice o' cables.
' Tin firmer at 20.n7ij f0 20.(12 &.
,m.r unoluimied. Lake 12.37. to
.'iVitrolytic, 13 to 1SM2&.;
i. ' 1" y7' I'1 I'5
I rul stiady at I..10 to 4.35.
Sneltcr stead v at 5.35 to 5.40.
r, fn)!'i ; Mexicans, 44.
CHICAGO, .Inly 24. Kxtreme weak
niss marked wheat trading throughout
the cntre da. Celling was general and
MiPIMirt i)oer. During the day July sold
off from HOi to 107Vi nud September
from 107H to 105',.
There was a rnlly at the close. July
clowl at lOTTs; September at IO.Vn.
Corn was strong all day notwithstand
ing the drop in temperature of the
southwest. Jidy was the exception and
doc nildcniore than one cent lato in
the vpssion on profit taking. The close
was firm at ', lower to to :V higher,!
compared with yesterday's.
CHICAGO, July 24. Cattle Market
steady, receipts 300. Beeves, 4.."0 to
7.60; Texas steers, 1.00 to 5.7.1; western
Mecrs, 4 to o.7.T; stockers and feeders,
3 to :.W', cows and heifers, 2.23 to CIO;
calves, ."5.50 to S.50.
Sheep Steady, receipts 3,000. Nat
ive, 3 to ."i.35; western, 3 to .1.5ll year
ling; UiO to 0.10. Lambs Xative,
4.7.ri to S.10; western, 4.75 to 8.10.
MO GOSSIP ON
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS
(By Wilson & Cash.)
American Smelters .... Ol.T 95.00
Amalgamated 40.12 ....
Anaconda 11.25 41.50
Cli ,1 (it. West 87 1.00
'rie ;i07 3IS.50
M K & T ........ .11.87 42.00
Missouri Pacific. 72.50 73.00
J'oik Island 37.75 37.87
Heading 155.12 155.25
N.utliern Pacific. 198.25 198.37
1' S. Steel, coin 71.00 71.12
I'tah Copper 50.50
Arirona Com 42.50 43.00
Boston Corhin 19.25 20.00
Huston Con. I.VJ5 15.50
Hutte Coalition 25.75 20.25
Calumet & Urdu 050.00 ....
Calumet & Arizona 104.00 105.00
Jopper Range S2.50 83.25
(enteunial ;t2.50 33.50
r'aM Butte 12.50 12.S7
Franklin .' 10.7.-1 17!.r0
J;rccne ( ananea 10.00 10.25
('irou,t !.S7 10.00
jniwk 10.75 11.00
Helvetia 0.00 0.50
I?1'1 H0y.1l -,.r,0 oo.iVI
Keweenaw 3J57 1.37
1 1 ' 1,,- u"
';akI . 24.37 21.75
Alu'iiiRau 30 .1
i!,n"11 10.25 10.50
jewhousc o jjo j 10
Nevada Con ! ! ! ! sil!'.'.'! 23.50
.or,'.ntto r,7.25 57.50
i;,R,M",K 11.00 11.12
"''I Dominion 5.-.30 50.00
Superior Copper 40.00 40.75
!,nno'1 10.00 16.50
Perior i Pittsburg.. 17.00 17.50
fupenor & Boston 15.00 15.50
P'""', ,12.50 13.00
N iMiielting . ,1 51.00 5L12
,'h on 43.75 -11.00
zPp .... 0 1
r' -Michigan '..'". LOO ' L12
i state (las .... .;,
Hck Mountain .... 1 v 337
''" ic London ." w
t 0 11 ilaklava .... . so",
!h! i-M li
umlierland Klv .7! 7.'o2 7W
Chemung ,'7- '"
giviKu :::::: 00 3-g
J cnn Arizona . 4 A a,o
(,Ua1Sl)a,y G.02 0.60
von 4.00 .' 4.25
OLDFIELD FOUND GlIILTY OF
RENTING HOUSE TO IMMORAL
WOMAN-WILL TAKE APPEAL
J. G. Oldfiold, cliarged with renting
a house, situated within 400 yards of
a school house, to a woman ot ill re
pute, was fouiul guilty in Judge Hinsoir
Thomas court, yesterday afternoon, af
ter a laugthy trial.
Attorney's Rawlins & Lit He, who rep
resented Oldfiold, gave notice of appeal.
Sentence wUI bo passed by the court
The complaint ugninst Oldfield grew
out of his action in renting a house
owned by him to Irene WillaKl, a for
mer habitue of the local tenderloin.
Mrs. K. L. McBroom, who lives near
the house occupied by tho Wizard wo
man, miido the eoiuplaint against Old
field, holding that the woman's actions
since her occupancy of tho house, had
not vt en iled to elevate tho 'standard of
moriilK of the neighborhood.
Oa the stand Oldfield admitted that
he had rented the house to tho Willnrd'
woman, knowing that she had boon an
inmate of u house in the touderjoin. Ho
claimed that the woman told him of
her past nnd that sho wanted to reform
and earn au honest living by keeping
"Tho woman apparently wanted
help," said Oldfiold on the stand, "and
I assisted her. I believed it was my
duty to do so. 1 considered that 1
acted within my rights and I am not
sorry for what I have done. 1 Avould
do tho same by any other fallen woman
whom 1 thought wanted a chance to re
form. This woman told me that sho
wanted to lead-a respectable life and
Ooldtield Con .. (1.12 C.25
Kly Central S7 1.Q0
Inspiration 7.12 '7.25
La Bose . .' S.25 . S.50
Livo'Oiik ;. tG.25) ....
L. S. & A '.'. . .T; 3!5lj ",..on
Mason Valley ...'(... 4 --00 2.25
XatMin.'K.. .'.. .'::. . ; JJ37 .39
Ohio Copper ...: 4709 4.75
Bav Central 2.09 2.81
Bay Con. 16.25 10.75
Pinto 1. .20
Superior & fllobe 00 .97'
San Antonio 10.00 10.50'
Shattuck ?... lStOOj ....'.
Savannah k.J 1.5Q.
Warren .;,.. ,3.25 ;Y. .
Yunm Cojiper .-.....'... 1.75 '1.87
Kovstone 1.15 J .50
Wolv. Ariz 1.12
E 0 M
BENEVOLENT ORDER OF AMERI
CAN MINERS STARTS OFF
WITH MANY MEMBERS ,-
With a charter membership of twen
tvfive, Crowley Lodge Xo. 28, Heuov
olent Order of American Miners was in
stalled by Supremo Otlicer F. S. Lewis,
The Cactus bovs are enthusiastic over
the new .lodge and us tho camp is grow
ing rapidly, the, future of the organi
zation is bright.
OdicerH for ttie ensuing year aie ns
follows: John L. MCIver, miner;
Charles Mayers, mining engineer; M.
T. Shelp, shift boss; A. W. (iieen, mus
ter mechanic; J. K. Simmons, secretary;
Frank Wyland, treasurer; A. J. Backer,
inner guard; W. K. Owens, outer guaid;
It. F. Chamberlain, ussnyer.
Tho members of Miami Lodge, B. O.
A. M., gave a danco at their meeting
hall last "night, which was well attend
ed and which was productive of a good
time .for all concerned. Similar af
fairs are scheduled for the near future.
Copper Hill lodge of the same order
will give a smoker next Friday night,
their last affair of this kind being a
As the result of the falling off in
tho assessed valuation of Cochise coun
ty the past year, it is expected that it
will be necessary to slightly increase
the tax rate.
John H. Brown has disappeared from
Bisbee leaving a lunch of bogus checks
averaging around $35 in amount with
tho gullible merchants of that city.
Arizona Elks returning from the con
vention at Los Augeles aro loud in their
praise of tho treatment accorded them
in tho coast city. '
Just seven years ago Tuesday Bis
bee became a city incorporated and cel
ebrated her natal birthday quietly.
The lJoview makes the claim of. 20.000
population on her seventh birthday.
Filing with the clerk of the district
court of Phoenix a supercedeas bond
for $200,000, W. 11. Tevis nnd W. H.
McKittrick, California millionaiies,
have perfected their nppcrtl to the. 'su
premo court- from the "deciijTon grant-
far "as I have been able to learn,
slie has done mi since she has occupied
my liouso. She know that she would be
ejected if she did not ond the fact that
sho has spent a considerable sum of
money in furnishing the Jiouse indicated
that she expects to remain there per
manently." As Mr. Oldfield admitted Jhnt ho had
rented the house to tho woman, know
ing her icputntion,. tho case consisted
not so much of the introduction of evi
dence as of argument between District
Attorney Walter Sliuto and Attorney
bhute's contention was that, accord
ing to the statutes, the law hud been
'violated if,, at the time tho nroiiortv
was leased to the Willnrd woman, sho
was a woman of "ill repute" regard
less of what sho might havo done since
that time, in an effort to reform.
Attorneys Rawlins Ac Little held that
the woman's past hart nothing to do
with her reputation at the present time,
as it was not the intention of tho law,
they cqutended for any ono who wished
to reform to "be hindered.
Judge Thomas, at the conclusion of
the ease hold that Oldfield 's intentions,
no matter how much he might have
tried to give tho woman a chance to
reform, carried no weight in the mat
ter of his technical guilt. In his opin
ion, the mom fact that he had leased
his house to tho woman, knowing that
at that time she Was repvitcd, to lie im
moral, was a violation of the ftatute
and a verdict ot guilty was 'returned.
ed .Top Byan in Phoenix last fall for
$132,000 damages for failure to keep
their contract in the promotion and de
velopment' of the Turquoise Mining
company in Cochise county.
, An astouuding story published in a
Douglas newspaper says' tlie Copper
Queen and Greene-Cananea companies
are to bo consolidated and Dr. Bick
etts to be placed at the head of tho
consolidation. The story is sensational
in the extreme, if only true. . ,,
W. B. Kcllv has returned to- Bisbee
from Tucson to take active 'manage
nient of the Bisbee Review, after sev
eral mouths of absence, during which
time-he was in charge of tho Tucson
Peter Anderson, John Evans and Wi
X. Xelson, recently appointed as" ap-"
prai.sers for tho purposes of selecting
land for" a c'ounty poor farm''for
Urahnm county, have selected the Hous
ton Roach farnr, just west of Safford,
which is said to be an ideal location for
tho purpose. .
licports from Walker state that the.
work of 'unwatering the Mudhole mine
of the Penn-Arizona Mining company
is practically tinislied and "the tinihoi.s
on the 500-foot level are now visible.
Arizonans generally will, be interest
ed in the report that Paul Weber, who
disappeared from Prescott in 18S0 un
der a cloud of financial trouble, has
been located in Alaska.
Plans for the Cochise county hospital
have been completed and it is estimated
that the cost will be between $30,000
and 40,000. The new hospital will be
located near Douglas.
Two miles of grading for the Twin
Bnttes railroad extension from Sahuar
ita to the mining properties in Pima
county have been finished nnd steel
laying will be begun this week.
Bisbee athletes are planning for a
big boxing carnival to be held during
the coming month.
C. W. Baldwin, a rancher near Mesa,
is experimenting with tho raising of
pineapples and says he expects to plant
a large acreage in this succulent fruit
if his experiments are successful.
Now Ready for Business
OUR NEW WAREHOUSES have Deon completed opposite the Old
Dominion Commercial Co.'s warehouse, South Broad Street, and wo
are prepared to deliver to any part of tho city the following-
Barley, Wheat and Oat Hay.
Alfalfa Hay, Rolled Barley
The Globe Commercial Co.
We Want Your Trade
Tho quality of goods carried by ui can always be depended on. We buy
and sell the best, and handle only uuch qualitiet as will appeal to lovers
of "good things to eat."
We have accommodating salesmen.
Our solicitors are competent.
We make prompt deliveries
Open in account with us today ,ahd we will noth be winner.
;dailt akjzona silver belt
At Brooklyn . - '-
First game ";.. R. jr. jj,
St. Louis '. 0 4 1
Brooklyn ... .v. ;.'... 1 2 0
Batteries; llnrmon audk PJielps; .Bell
and Bergen., 5$ 1 -
J '. X W- t
SU'l'nllil flrnmn -r 1
ct i ru
" I'UUJn b
, 0 .2
, 1 4
Bnchmun and Bliss: Ruck-
er and Bcrgeii. p
AT jSQW" i orK
-i, va in. a. ii:.
New York '.'.T... . ... 1
Batteries Brown and Archer; Ray
mond, Amoa andSchlei.
At Boston - t
First gamo. ,
K. II. E.
7 11 , 4
3 (i ..' 2,
Batteries Liefield, Brandon and Gib
soli; Ferguson and Graham.
Second game. '
Pittsburg 1 9 0
Boston .....'. i 5 , V- 3, 0 1
Batteries Phillipi and Ferguson;
Blown, Tuckey, Moore and Graham
At Philadelphia-' ,
Philadelphia ... .,
Batteries Moreh' and
0 ' 3
Fromiho, CampbellfandfMcLeaiic?; and
Second gariie?. ; j Wf'lV.
Cincinnati ... 9 15
Philadelphia 0 3
Batteries Caspar, Bowan and
Lean; Cbrridon, Moore, Sparks
Dooin. ' '
kAt Detroit V;j " !?. if. E
Dotrpit ."V.:,;...72' 12 -1
Boston ....VM 1
"Batteries Wiljett and Schmidt;'Ar
el la tics and Donohue. .
Cleveland . . .
. . . "til
t l luin
-Yoiuig and Easferly; Xaku
nnd Kleiumv and Swcenev.J! W
. .. v fs di
1 . f ''fir
.r " if .us
At St. Louis B. H. E.
Washington' 3 9 2
St. Louis 9 10 2
Batteries Groom and pflnahue; Pow
ell and Stephens. s , , f
At Chicago , Jt. H. E.
Philadelphia . v - . . .'. ,t. . 6 1
Chicago .... .-'... A -t . ; .'$ . 5 5 1
At Los Angeles , R. II. E.
Sacramento ...'..'. '...2 9 0
Vernon ..., I 9 3
Batteries Whalen and Graham; Witt
and Hogan. ,
At San Francisco IV. II. L.
San Francisco . . . .7.. .... i.- 4 7 2
Oakland ...".:: :,':.! j.u-ii 071
Batteries Nelson and LaLongc;
Browning and Berry.
At Portland i 1 s
Ten innings.' ' -v - It. II. E.
Portland ....... lr S 2
Los Angeles ,....'....' ' 0 5 2
Batteries Orayney and Fisher; Xa
glo and Oreudorff.
ABSOLUTELY PURE MILK
Quality and Richness All Pre
served in -All Milk Sold. We
DO NOT ROB THE MILK
To Make Butter
Tests Furnished on Request
GIBSON BROS. '
Phone 2153. Box 7S1
American Block CoaL
Wood cut any size.
387-401 SOUTH BROAD ST.
The First Baptist Church
(Hill and Oak Sts.)
Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Preaching, 11 u. in. and S p. in.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. in.
D. C. WILLIAMS, Pastor.
Services at .New .Jerusalem, Pascoo
9:30 a. in., Apache service, subject,
"What Think'Ye of Christ"
S p. m., Knglish service, subject,
"How good Jesus wants. us to be."
(Ballground School House.)
Sabbath school, 10 a. in.
Morning service, 11 a. in. Sermon
theme, "The Martyr Spirit of Christi
anity." Evening service, 8 p. 111. Sermon
Mid-week service, Wednesday, 8 p.
, All are cordially invited to these ser
At tho Presbyterian services today
Mr. Lowrie I). Corey will sing, both
morning and evening.
St. John's Episcopal.
(East Oak street.)
S. James and Seventh Sunday nftcr
Holy communion, 7:30 a. in.
Sunday stfhool, 10 a. in. ,
Morning prayer and lecture at 11 a.
Next Friday, the Litany, 4:15 p. in.
St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church
f ( 'Die church around the corner.)
o , .-.I 1 t. r?
ouiiciiiy acnuoi, ;;i.) a. 111.
Preaching service, 11 a. m. Subject,
Noith Globe Sunday school, 2 p. m.
Epworth League in the Free Beading
room, 7:00 p. m.
Preaching service, S p. 111. Subject,
"Ye Are Strong."
EpWorth League busines meeting in
the" ReadingMrooin, Tuesday, 8 p. in.
Prayer, meeting and Bible study,
Wednesday, 8 p. 111. in the reading room.
The Epworth League Breo Beading
and Best Boom in the annex is for tho
use of everyone. Hours daily, 9 a. in.
to 10 p. in.; Sunday, 12 noon to 8 p.
in. and 9 p. 111. to 10 p. in.
. E. G. DF.CKEB, Pastor.
lfe.sidenpe: 185 E. Cedar street.
A Contented Woman
Is always found in the tame liouso
with Ballard's Snow Liniment. It keeps
every member of the family free from
aches and pains, it heals cuts, bums
und scalds, and cures rheumatism, ncu
lalgin, lumbago and all muscular sore
ness, and stiffness. 25c, 50c and $1.00
a bottle. Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
See Cleo, the materializing medium,
100 Sycamore street, Globe. .
,, if y,j T)rr X, si 'nt I ' W,l Ht'i'J "H-- I
. .Regular, seaside tickets, carrying limit of November 30th, arc on
Tuesday, rThursday and Saturday, to , -.
Lake Tahoc $G3.C0
San Francisco, Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove, Santa Cruz $58.30
Santa Barbara, Ventura, and San Diego S47.70
Avalon and Newport Beach 45.70
Long Beach, San Pedro and Los Angeles .- $43.45
$48.15 Salt Lake City $48.15
Tickets on sale, August
Limit thirty days, from
Stopovers allowed at all points returning.
Alaska-Yukon Exposition, Seattle
Tickets on sale overy day until Sept. 30th.
Limit ninety days, but not later than Oct. 31st. "pa. fi fj
Stopover privileges going and returning. - " pJJJf
Stoaraship tickets on sale,
For furthor information,
or address, R. S. Stubbs, G. P.
Each morning we rcccivo by express strictly fresh fruits and veg
etablcs. "We give our special attention to each individual order.
Here is a partial list:
YELLOW FREE PEACHES
HOME GROWN TOMATOES
THE BIG STORE
PHONE, MAIN G2 PHONE MAIN C2
Sunday, Tuesday, Friday
and Saturday Nights
BARCLAY & COMPANY
Single and Double Teams
Saddle Horses Hay, Grain & Coal
A Specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs
5tn to 8tn. A.Jtj.
date of sale.
These tickets do not require validation at
to and 'from all points of tho world.
call on G. A. Mauk, Agent, Olouc,
A., Tucson, Arizona. raK
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