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Wednesday, Feb. 2 J
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Telephone Opposite Gila Valley Ry. 0
SOUTH BROAD STREET
P. O. Box
Metal Market in Sympathy
Continues With Lit
NEW YORK. February 1. There
was a generally heavy tone in today's
atoek market, duo to neglect as much
as to any activo selling pressure.
Today s roport of the growth of tho
European visible supply of copper and
falling off in December exports of met
al had a bearing on tho opinion con
cerning tho trade outlook.
Bonus easy; United States bonds un
changed. Silver, 31 Vj; Mexicans, 44.
METAL MARKET ,
NEW YORK, February 1. Tho mar
ket for standard copper was dull to
day with deliveries to tho end of May
at 13.12V. to 1:5.37V-'. Electrolytic,
13.30 to 13.G2VJ, and casting at 13.25
Tin firm. Spot, 32.05 to 32.S3; Feb
ruary and March, 32.03 to 32.75; April
and "May, 32.70 to 32.80.
Lead quiet; spot, 4.07Vj to 4.72M...
Spelt dull with s.po at 0.00 to 0.23
in Now York and 3.72- to 5.77Vj for
East St. Louis delivery.
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By PRANK J. GRAF
This was another lifeless day both in
New York and Boston markets; stocks
-were dull and show no change whatever
over vesterdny. Total sales in New
York "were only 501,000 shares, usually
tho number traded in a few hours. Bos
ton stocks followed tho big market and
were dull. North Butte was weaker,
selling at 39.02; in fact, all Colo-Ryan
stocks continue to show weakness
caused by heavy selling. Tho close of
the general list was fractionally lower
and until tho New York market shows
tome signs of activity we do not look j
for much change. Curbs were quiet,
with the balance of tho list. Live Oak
showed some activity with good demand
for tho stock. Warrior held firm at
13. Inspiration is in good demand With
sales at S.87 to 9.12. Ray Central and
Ray Cons, were unchanged. The balance
of the market was quiet with prices
holding about the same as yesterdav.
Atchison - 110.12
xBaltimoro & Ohio 112.02
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 72.50
Canadian Pacific 1S0.00
Colorado Fuel & Iron 30.75
ChicTigo Great "Western 30.50
Erio v - 29.00
Great Northern 13(1.50
Mexican Central 20.87
Louisville & ,Nashvillo .- 145.00
Missouri Pacific 09.00
National Lead -.. S5.00
Now York Central ..119.00
Northern Pacific -125.12
Pennsylvania - 133.50
Ontario & Western ... 41.73'
Reading :. . 159.02
Hock Island .,. 42.50
St. Paul ,. - 117.S7
Southrn Railway .... 29.75
Southern Pacific .. 123.00
Toxns & Pacific 31.00
Union Pacific ...., .1S0.00
"Western Union , .C. . 71.00
United States Steel 82.37
do pfd 1 122.S7
Anaconda ,. 50.02
Arizona commercial ....
,Boston Cons. -...
calumet (c Arizona
Calumet & llccln .
Copper Rnugo ..
Daly West i
Grecno Canauca ......
Isle Royal .. .....
North Uutto ,.
Nevada Cons. .
Old Dominion ....
Ojibway ... .
Osceola J. ,
Quincy ,. .......,
Superior Copper ....,
Tamarack . .....
i,, New York Close
American Smelters 91.37
American Sugar ....121.00
Frank J. Graf
TP.UST BUILDING, , GLOBE, ARIZ.
A. L. HARPER
Room 32, Trust Building
Sultan & Wayne
Globe Elcc. Light & Power Bldg.
P. O. JtiOX 207
171 MESQUITE ST.
United States Smelting ..
Utah Copper ..
Vtnh Con. I
,y Curb Close
Arizpo :fT -r
Balaklava ." . ....
Butto London .
Butto Arizona ....
Calumet Montana -..
Calumet Sonora .
Chemung . . ...
Chief Cons .
Cordova ,... ..
do full paid ..
Chino . ....
Ten Per Cent of Price
Amounting to $15,000
El fOIERS ILL
House Delegation Non Com
mittal on Speakership
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WASHINGTON, D. G, February 1.
Tho republican members of-tho New
York delegation in tho house, at a cau
cus today, voted to support President
Taft'8 policies, but refused to commit
themselves upon the question of tho
speakership, and rules. Tho party lead
ers sought to havo the caucus endorse .
tho present rules. I
Had tho New York delegation sub-I
tnined the -rules, it is reported, nn eM
fnrt wnnlil lmvn linmi mniln in lmvrt tho'
A payment of ten per cent' of tho samn nction taken bv all thn state del-i
miv.ilinan n.inn nf lin A .innnn. llinliiftnti ' .. . I
iiuiilicu I'utu ui iiiu ixi iAui4ii-Ai.iviiiiii cuarTons
roperiy, amoiiniing 10 auouc ia,uuw,
was yesterday made to tho original
owners of that property by tho new
purchasers. While, according to tho
original contract, a hoavior payment
was to have been mado at this rime,
tho owners consented to roduco tho
payments and give tho purchasers more
tinio in which to develop tho property. Husband Wires of Wife's 111
Tho owners to whom tho payment i .
was mado are as follows: E. H. Camp
boll, Indianapolis, G. F. Ilagonbuch and
S. G. Reading, Williamsport; Pcnn.;
Cora S. Anthony, F. L. Toombs, N. C.
Carter, David .James and B. P. Sulli
van of this city.
Southern Pacific Compairj
Take the "Road of a Thousand Wonders" to the
ine oaianco ot uio purcnaso jinco
is to bo paid in two years, twenty -fivo
per cent on February 1, 1911 and fifty
live per cent on February 1, 1912.
Tho Arizona-Michigan 'has been mak
ing a good showing in its recent de
velopment work, and it is apparently
the intention of tho purchasers to car
ry out their contract and purchase tho
property outright, within tho sched
Cumberland Ely .....u..
Davis Daly ,.
East Butfo .,. M 10.37
Ely Cons .......
La Rose ,...
iVT Jl T 1 rt n I
Ray Cons. ...
do full paid i.r: 5.50
'H. E. BIEROE W. BINKLEY
SATCHELL, VAN WAGENEN
ENGINEERS, CHEMISTS, MIN
EROLOGISTS DEPUTY MINER.
Rooms 10, 12 and 14 Trust Bldg.
Santa Fo ......
Superior & Globo 1.25
Superior & Boston 1425
biiporior & Pittsburg 14.75
Twin Buttes v 30
Wolverine Arizona ......'. , ... .85
"North xigro , 33
Send somo of tho Special Mining
Editions of the Silver Belt to your
frionds abroad. A fow left at tho low
prico of 25 cents each.
Phone 1901 (EatahUhod 1904) P. O. Box 232
THE H. H. BRU CO., Inc., Brokers
Correspondents with Membon of Boston ind New York Stock Exchanges.
BPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO BOSTON COPPERS AND ALL
144 TRUST BUILDING GLOBE. ARIZONA
P. O. BOX 819
WILSON & WAYNE
Stocks, Bonds and Mlno Investments. Listed
Local Stock's, Curbs.
and Unlisted Securities.
Rubbers for sale today at Sultan Bros.J
Reed & Arbucklc at Majestic tonight.
RICE 10 BE
M. C. Cheney Arrives to In
spect JacketsThinks Sus
For tho purpose of inspecting tho
new furnnccs at the Arizona Commer
cial Copper company's smelter, which
havo failed to work propcrlj' and havo
caused a temporary suspension of work
at that mine, M. C. Chenoj-, represent
ing tho manufacturers, arrived hero last
Tho troublo is said to havo been
caused bj' tho defectivo operation of
tho water jackets around the furnaces.
This installation was mado by tho Al-lis-piialmcrs
company and it is in tho
interests of that cpneern that Mr. Che
ney is here.
Whilo unablo to give tho exact cause
of tho troublo without an inspection
of tho furnaces, Mr. Cheney is of tho
opinion that tho troublo can bo rem
edied locnllj- and that tho smelter can
be operated again with the next few
Do you know that croup can bo prc-v
M'juuui uivo unamueriain's Cougli
Remedj' as soon as the child becomes
hoarse or oven after tho croupj- cough
appears and it will prevent tho at
tack. It is also a certain euro for
croup and lias nevor been known to
fail. Sold by all druggists.
LLNES IS COfffLE
ness and Then Meets Ac
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Pfzs&tyW KtffiW ysTyrp.
Two days after receiving telegraphic
advices from her brother-in-law that
her sister was seriously ill in San Fran
cisco, Mrs. Margaret Lacj' was Mon
day informed uy her sister, who was
supposed to bo dying, that her brother-in-law
This complex state of affairs eamo
about bj' tho partial recoverj' of Mrs.
Laey's siitcr and nn accident to the hit
ter's husband which resulted in his
death Ho was kicked I13- a horse and
died from blood poisoning which result
ed from the kick.
Mrs. Lacj- left for San Francisco yes
tcrday morning, to attend the funeral
RENO, Nov., February 1. Mrs. May
Talbot was acquitted of tho murder of
her husband by the juiy, 'after forty-,
fivo minutes of deliberation this afternoon.
Is Principal in Mysterious
Shooting Affair Which
Nearly Cost Life
SAN FRANCISCO, February 1.
Marquis Robert Do CourccIIo of France,
ho called himself, was a principal in
a mj'stcrious shooting affair in Rich
mond, Contra Costa county, three
months ago. Ho was found in the field
suffering from bullet wounds and taken
to a hospital, said he had been followed
bj' robbers, nnd that in firing to at
tract attention, shot himself. His claim
to nobility was submitted to tho
Frecnch consul here, who could not es
tablish anj' connection "betweon tho
wounded man and tho French house to
which he said ho belonged, lie has
recovered suflicicntly to leave the hog-l'ital.
CANDIES AT REDUCED PRICES
Prico j-our goods before buying, then
try Adams' Candy Prices.
Rubbers for sale today at Sultan Bros.
"Save Quarter of What You
Earn" Says Millionaire
CHICAGO, February 1. "Every
man should try to savo at least 0110
fourth of what ho earns," is the ad
vice of Jacob L. Kesner, who has just
retired ,from tho position of general
manager of one of Chicago's famous
"lug stores" to look aftor th0 millions
ho has accumulated by, hard work and
thrift. Mr. Kcsnor is now ono of the
largest owners of down-town realty in
Chicago. His ontiro fortune, he saj-s,
has como to him through a strict at
tention to business and tho savings out
of his earnings.
As an example of what a man with
"tho right stuff in him can do, and
the heights to which ho can attain in
spito of scomingly unsurmountablo ob
stacles, Mr. Kcssnor's lifo is an object
lesson to the youth of tho land. Born
in London forty-fivo yoars ago, ho was
brought to America by his parents
when threo j'cats old. His parents wcro
poor and it was necessary for him to
go to work at an early age. Ho had
vcrj- littfo schooling, but at night ho
put in his time at a business college.
At twelve years of ago ho obtained
employment in a State street depart
ment store Tho storo is now ono of
tho largest retail mercantile establish
ments in the world; but in thosodays
it wns a comparatively small affajr. Af
ter working sovcral years as a cash boy
Mr. Kesnor becamo a salesman. In
1881 ho was given tho management of
ono or two departments of the storo
and as the establishment increased in
size ho was given added responsibili
ties. Never satisfied with merely making
good to tho extont of holding his job,
jfr. Kesner mado his departments
known over their country for their vast
business and ho becamo known as ono
flf tho shrowdest buyers and managers
in the business. In the course of time,
ho was mado assistant general manager,
and in 1895, when only twenty-nino
j'ears of ago, ho becamo general man
ager of tho entire establishment.
Though l)is friends regard his career
as extraordinary, Mr. Kesner does not
look on his succoss as in any way pho
iiomonal. "There are just as good op
portunities now," ho says, "as. there
pver wore, and nioro so, for bright boys
and young men wlto will exert the prop
er amount of energy for the interests of
their omployer. Good, willing workers
aro always iccognized according to
the quality and quantity of .work they
render. All business houses aro look
ing for bright young men who are will
ing to work themselves up."
at New Orleans
Sale dates, February 1st to 7th, inclusive.
Final return limit February 19th, (or March 7th for $1 more.)
Round trip fare from Globe $63.45
THROUGH THE RICE AND CANE FIELDS OF LOUISIANA TO TI
Reduced rates to Tucson account Masonic Grand Lodge of Arizona. Dad
ti -j? -i- -ra-i tril. a Tii.1. 1.-41. . I..-.'
oi saie, x eoruury out bu xitu, uuuu iuuiusivb.
Final return limit, February 15th.
Round trip fare from Globe $14.40
(Provided 50 or more are in attendance via all lines)
STEAMSHIP TICKETS ON SALE TO AND FROM ALL PARTS OF1
For further information, call on or address
G. A. MAUKr Agent, Globe. R. S. STUBBS, G. P. A. Tucsc
H lOf SUN5ET G
I loCELNlSturKj I jr
Creed -Has Over 22,000,000
Followers, According to
MILWAUKEE, February 1. There
aro 22,387,079 Catholics under the
American flag, according to the advance
sheets of the Catholic directory pub
lished in Milwaukee. Tho count in
cludes the United States proper, Alas
ka, "Phillipines, Porto Rico and Hawaii.
Tho Catholic population under the
British flag, according to the same di
rectory, is 12,053,118.
In tho United States proper there
aro 1-1,347,027 Catholics, showing a gain
of 111,570 over a year ago.
SILEK CAffi Hi
Warriner Paid Eighty Thou
sand Dollars to Keep
Smith s Studi
493 NORTH BROAD ST. .
W. D. Reading J. F. Crampton E. W. Weinq
THE PEERLESS MEAT MAR
"We have pleased you in other markets and can p-i
you in our own.
We handle everything in our line.
668 North Broad St. Phoil
CINCINNATI, February 1. Eighty
four thousand dollars was the price
Charles J. Warriner, the defaulting lo
cal treasurer of tho Big Four railroad,
paid for a woman's silonce.
Fearing exposure he gave Mrs. Jcan
etto Stewart-Ford an average of $1,000
a month for seven years.
Such was tho substanco of tho testi
mony AVarriner gavo today at the trial
of Mrs. Ford on a charge of blackmail
FOR BIG ROBBERY
. S. VAN WAGENEN & CO,
Charged with Frisking War
ner Van Norden of $28,000.
NEW YORK, February 1. Bessie
Roberts and May Williams, two women
accused of robbing4 Warner M. Van
Norden, president of tho Van Norden
Trust company, )f $28,000 recently,
were today indicted for robbery of tho
first degree, grand larceny o tho first
degree, assault - of the second degree,
and receiving of stolen goods. Tho
money has not been found.
Just Received a Fresh Shipment of
THE BIG STORE
Best Breakfast Food in the
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