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For Sale at
The First National
J. N. TORTER
V. D. FISK
P. P. GREER
A. W. CRAWFORD
L. E. "WIGHTMAN
J. N. ROBINSON
Capital . $100,000
Surplus" . $100,000
United States, Territorial, County and
BY MASONIC LODGE
J. N. PORTER, Prest.
P. P. GREER, V. Prcst.
J. N. ROBINSON, Cashier.
A. J. McKlNNON, Asst. Cashior,
G 0. SIMMONS, Asst. Cashier.
J. T. BROWN, Asst. Cashier.
I SLUMPS OlfS
Trading Entirely in Hands
of Professionals, Who
Hasten to Quit
NEW YORK, Fobruary 11. The
principal tact imparted by thoaction
of the stock market today was its lapse
111 a large part, into the hands of the
This element had been impressed on
Friday with assertions put in circula
tion regarding the contents of Presi
dent Tart's speech, then in prospect for
Saturday night. Perusal ot tho speech
disclosed no sign of retractions which
had been broadly insinuated to come in
the Friday reports, and professional op
erators in'stoekb promptly retracted the
steps taken on Friday before tho two
days holiday interval in tho market.
Tins was the cause of tho marking
baek of prices from ouo to over two
points in tho opening transaction of
Bonds irregular. Total sales $2,7G0,
000. United States bonds iiuchankcd.
close thero wag a reaction and better
;s resulted in the gonoral list with
highest prices at tho closo of tho
.NEW YORK, February 14. The
market for Standard copper on the Now
York metal exchange was weak, spot
nnd February closing at 13.00 to 13.15;
March, 13.00 to 13.12 Vi and April, 12.90
to 13.15. Lake, 13.02- to 13.S7J.; elec
trolytic, 13.37M.. to 13.02 ; casting,
n.i2 to 13.3.714.
Tin quiot and firm, with spot 32.95
to 33.1S ; February to "end of April,
32.G0 to 32.93.
Lead weaknnd lower with spot 4J30
to 4.70. in Now York and 4.35 to 4.17Vj
in East St. Louis.
Spelter weak, with spot 5.55 to 5.05
in ew York and 5.35 to 3.43 in East St.
Silver, 5H:; Mexicans, 44.
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By FRANK J. GRAT
After two days rest the opening of
tho market was nervous and unsettled
and it looked as if tho president's
speech had much to do with tho con
dition of the market, but towards tho
Frank J. Graf
TRUST BUILDING, GLOBE, ARIZ.
Sultan & Wayne
Globo Elec. Light & Power Bldg.
B. O. BOX 207
171 MESQUITE ST.
H. E. BIEROE W. BINKLEY
SATCHELL, VAN WAGENEN
ENGINEERS, CHEMISTS, MTN
EROLOGISTS DEPUTY MINER
Rooms 10, 12 and 14 Trust Bldg.
Union Pacific. Reading, Smelters, Su
gar, Steel and copper wore dull and as
a rulo unchanged over last week. Amal
gamated was weak, but recovered to
J10 closo ot Friday. AUoucz was the
feature, with an advance of . 1
points. Wolverine, Lako and Mohawk
also showed gains, but tho general list
was dull and unchanged.
Curb stocks continue inactive, with
little chango from day to day.. Tho
markots aro narrow and trading is lim
ited. Local curbs, while showing fair
demand, are not inclined to uo ncuve.
Warrior holds at 1V and Livo Oak al
lOKs. Keystone sold to 4 at tho
close. Inspiration was unchanged at
8. Ray Central strengthened trac
tionally. The balance were practically
Now York Ciloso
American Smelters "'Lt
American Sucar 124.73
15. & O IU'12
B. It. T v ":u2
Canada Pacific 1S3.00
Colorado Fuel & Iron 37.23
C. G. W 30.30
Erio - -0.10
Great Northern 136.30
Mexico Central 27.37
L. & N - 17.30
Missouri Pacific 70.00
National Lead S0.S7
New York Central 119.75
Northern Pacific ,- 130.12
O. & W 45.00
Rock Island 1 -17.S7
St. Paul 145.00
Southern Railway 2S.-.17
Southern Pacific 125.30
Texas & Pacific v , 29.02
Union Pacific ...1?4.30
Western Union "2.00
U. S. Steel, com : S0.00
Western Union 72.00
U. S. Steel, pfd 119.30
Amalgamated .."? 70.25
Advonturo .'....'.... 8.5
Arizona Commercial 0'2i!
Arcadian r... 1.10
Atlantic ... ,....- 9.00
Butte Coalition J. 21.50
Boston Consolidated" 19.3
Calumet & Arizona 71.0u
Calumet & Ilecla ; G35.0H
Centennial ... ,r 24 50
Copper Rango f. 77.25
Daly West S00
Granby ' 93.00
Grecno Cananoa-.-. 9.25
Isle Roj'al 22.50
Lako - Sl.00
Mass '. 9.00
Mohawk ." C3.00
Michigan .. 0.50
North Butto .'.V... :.'.?.&. 34.00
Nevada Consolidated .. 23.00
Old Dominion .. 43.30
Osceola ."".. ...." ffj 151.00
Quincy .r 80.00
Ray Consolidated Uf. .-. . , . . 21.75
Superior Copper '. 57.50
TJ. S. Smelting -. - 44.30
Utah Copper . 50.75
Utah Consolidated ......". 30.50
Victoria i ,."1 4.23
Winona ....! 9.25
Wolverine ..- 111.00
American . . . .'.' " 2.00
Arizona Michigan 78
Black Mountain 30.00
Balaklava . .... 9.25
Boston Ely 3.12
Butto Arizona .05
Butto & London 20
Cactus r. 4.S7
Calumet & Montana 1.12
Calumet & Sonora 21.75
Chief Consolidated,. 2,12
Cordova, (full paid) 2.87
Cumberland Ely 5.50
Davis Daly 3.50
Dul fconoru 4.00
Dcnu Arizona , 2.75
East Butto 10.25
Ely Consolidated 75
hiv Central 1.75
Jbirst National ' 5.00
Giroux '. 10.00
Indiana ... 30.50
Inspiration -... 8-37
La Rose "25
La Salle 10.00
Livn Oak 19.30
Maugus (asked) 2.25
Mason Valley ..... 2.00
"Nntional ... .
1'iuto (asked ...... 1 (2
Ray Central 3.25
San Antonio .j0
Santa Fo 2.12
Santa Rosalia , '1.50
At Special Meeting Passes
Resolution Covering New
PARTY .VOTE FIXED
Clerk Given Office Assistant
to Ilelp Through Elec
At tho recent session of tho Masonic
Grand Lodge in Tucson, numerous
changes wero made in tho personnel of
that body which are of interest to tho
people of Globe. Delegates who have
returned to this city roport tho follow
ing clectious of officers:
Frank Thomas, grand master, Phoe
nix A. II. Morgan, deputy grand master,
T. S. Bunch, senior grand warden,
II. A. Drachman, junior grand warden,
G. ,., Roskrugo, grand secretary, Tuc
son. R.N. Fredericks, grand treasurer,
Leroy Middleton, senior grand deacon,
Mr. Brown, junior grand deacon,
Joe Chapman, grand tylcr, Tucson.
GIVE SOCIAL HOP
Superior Si Globe
Superior & Boston
Superior & Pittsburg
Wolverine Arizona (asked)
by an oxpert at
in the Public Eye
Preparatory to tho holding of the
coming municipal elections, primary
and general, tho city -council held an
adjourned session last night, nt which .1
general resolution covering tho coming
campaign was adopted.
This resolution, drafted from the elec
tion laws adopted at tho last session of
tho legislature, purports mainly to fix
the dates of tho operation of the dif
ferent features of tho new law. It pro
vides for tho appointment of election
judges, verification of tho nomination
papers of tho various candidates, pub
lication of election notices, making up
of sample and regular ballots and in
general providing for tho regulation of
the coming election.
This resolution is important to pros
pective candidates, as it fixes the party
vote of the democrats, republicans and
socialists in tho different wnrds nnd
in tho city. TJiis vote, on which tho
number of signers to tho various nom
ination papers will bo based, is as follows:
Deiu. Rep. Soc.
Entire city 574 347 200
First ward 75 50 223
Second ward 183 70 20
Third ward . 12t 57 153
Fourth ward .".. 77 55 08
Fifth ward -. 83 49 29
Sixth ward . 51 7 52
Popular Event Arranged for
What should provo to bo a very en
joyablo danco will be given at Dream
land on Tuesdny evening, February 22,
by Vincent's orchestra.
Vincent's orchestra has tho reputa
tion of fnrnishingtho best dance music
of any musical organization in this city
and as good music and a good floor
mean everything at a dancing party,
socail hops nt which tins orchestra is in
attendance are always eagerly received.
Tho hall will bo appropriately decor
ated in honor of the memory of George
Washington and other plans will bo car
ried out to make the hop a decided success.
AUTO DRIVERS ROB
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THE H. H. BRU CO., Inc., Brokers,
Correspondents with Memberi of Boston ind Now York Stock Exchange.
BPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO BOSTON COPPERS AND ALL
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Stocks, Bonds and Mino Investments. Listed and Unlisted Securities.
Local Stocks, Curbs.
MARTIN W. LITTLETON.
CANDIES AT REDUCED PRICES
The Adams' Confectionery aro making
reductions of. 10c to 25c on all candies.
EE INSANE AS
RESULT OF BLOW
Charged with insanity, D. A. Mabin
was yesterday arrested and placed in
custody, .awaiting an examination be
fore P. C. Robertson, judge of tho pro
While working in tho Old Dominion
mine, somo time ago, Mabin was injured
by a slight blow upon the head. He
was apparently not seriously hurt, but
after a few weeks, epileptic attacks de
veloped and sinco that time ho has not
been well, although ho has generally
scorned to bo rational.
Sovoral months go, Mabin broke
into tho- limolight by shooting an In
dian boy in the Finals. It was shown
that tho Indian had been caught in
tho act of robbing a camp and had
made an attempt to sccuro a rovolver
from his belt beforo Mabin fired- upon
him, and as the result, Mabin was ex
onerated by the grand jury.
Mabin scouted tho idea that he was
insane, when seen by tho Silvor Belt,
yesterday, claiming that his arrest was
tho result of a plot on tho part of his
neighbors to sccuro a small pieco of
ground above town, upon which 1)0 has
made a homestead filing. '
Sco tho now offices for rent on 2nd
floor new Amstor building.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to
euro any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed;
ing or Protruding Piles in 0 to 14 days
or money refunded. 50c.
In a number of wnrds, these figures
are approximations, as tho ward lines
have been changed and, new additions
to tho city have been mado to thoity
since tho last election.
With regard to registrations, the
council decided, nfter some argument,
that there should bo one registration
officer in nddition to the city clerk, fdr
tho present. P. L. Brennan was ap"
pointed to this position. He will re
ceive 20 cents per name for all registra
tions. As City Clerk Welch is unable to
handlo tho ofilco work for tho coming
election without assistance, the coun
cil voted to allow him an assistant at
$75 per month, until such time as the
work had returned to its normal.
Tho work of registering voters for
the coming election will begin not later
than next Monday nnd as the change
in the election laws Avill cauc much
extra work, the city clerk "s-Dflire will
present a scene of much activity for
tho next several weeks.
DODGE CITY, Kan., February Ti.
Robbers, who traveled in an automobile,
stole $3,575 from tire State Bank of
Ford, twenty miles southeast of here,
today. Four charges of nitroglycerine
were used in blowing the safe. Tho
bandits wero gone several hours before
the robbery was discovered.
MEN WITH GRAFT
Story of Love and Comedy
Threads Way Through
While the lack of plot in a musical
comedy has been tho source of newspa
per jokes over sinco this variety of
amusement made its appcaranco on the
boards, "The Man irom Boston,"
which is to bo presented at Dreamland
Thursday night by tho Globe lodge of
Elks, has plot enough to give it a
placo among successful comedies, even
if tho delightful musical numbers should
"Tho Man from Boston' has to do
with oifb Colonel Saunders. Tho colo
nel's son, Carl, is in love with the com
panion of his sister, which attachment
is frowned upon by tho colonel. It also
happens that Bruce, Carl's chum, is in
love with the colonel's daughter, ami
this alliance is also frowned upon.
Both young men nro forbidden "to
show themselves at the colonel's house.
Whon ho secures a now tutor for his
daughter, however, both Carl and Bruce
concolve the idea,, unknown to each oth
er, of impersonating tho tutor in or
der to bo near thoir sweethearts and the
complications which result aro easily
Iu a general way, "Tho Man from
Boston" resembles, at its opening,
"Three Twins." As tho plot contin
ues, howover, tho difference between
tho two shows increases until there is
practically nothing in common between
Tho Recd-Arbucklo company, Billy
Cummings and Ed Keith will look nf
tor tho comedy parts of tho show, whilo
members of tho Elks' lodge will take
part in tho musical numbers. Tho parts
liavo all been well cast, as have the
musical numbers and an excellent in
terpretation of tho comedy is pro
duced. An active tickot selling campaign was
in progress yesterday and the perform
nnco will, to all appearance, bo well
attended. , j.jiiJatf (131110
PITTSBURG, Pa., February 14. The
trials of Delinquent Tax Collector Max
Leslie, Bankers E. II. Jennings, F. F.
Nicoln, and Former Councilman Charles
Stewart', charged with conspiracy and
bribery, were begun toi'hiy
Send somo of the Special Mining
Editions of tho Silvor Belt to your
friends nbroad. A few left at tho low
price of 23 cents each.
See the new offices for rent on 2nd
floor new Amster building.
CANDIES AT REDUCED PRICES
Price your goods beforo buying, then
try Adams' Cnndy Prices.
THE THREE SHAMROCKS
A roaring comedy amused the crowds
at the "Majestic last night, the Reed
and Arbucklo company presenting
"Tho Thrco Shamrocks."
Tho three sbamrocks were three Irish
laborers and they were the boarders of
an Irish landlady with two incorrigible
children. Also they gave an excellent
exhibition of how three able bodied lab
orers can put in a whole day doing
The stage setting was very good, one
sceno representing tho brick wall they
were building and all the accompanying
paraphernalia, including tho cement
machine and gasoline engine.
Somo very good musical numbers
were introduced, among thorn being
several duets and trios by tho threo
Miss Madeline Rowo sang' several
solos, one being 'S'lver Threads Among
the Gold."' Miss Rowe gave an ex
hibition of the young singer's first ap
nearance in public and sovcral other
kinds' of singers in this number.
There "was lots of fun throughout the
play, especially in the hod carrying
scene anu 1110 nrcaKiast scene.
Tho same bill will bo presented this
TEMPEST AND SUNSHINE
By those who aro conversant with the
history relating to tho existing condi
tions at tho time and in the place where
tho scenes of "Tempest and Sunshine"
Laro laid, it is said that they aro re
markably true to life. Tho company
'interpreting this splendid play is ono
of exceptional merit, headed bv Miss
Mario De Beau and Miss Bess Dunlop.
Tho management has spared no ex
penso to provide his stars with a sun
porting east as strong as tho best, nnd
tho result is eminently satisfactory,
both from .1 financial nnd artistic stand
point. Tho story is wholesome and truo
and tho gamut of human emotions aro
run during tho progress of tho nlay.
It entrances, thrills, delights and ed
ifies. It has tho fancies of fiction
founded on facts, and gives oven tho
frivolous something to think about nf
tor thoy leave tho theater. "Tempest
and Sunshine," tho dramatization of
Mary J. Holmes' popular novel, is tho
season's success. This standard produc
tion will bo seen at Dreamland on Sat
urday and Sunday evenings.
CANDIES AT REDUCED PRICES
The Adams' Confectionory aro selling
all their candies at 10c to 25cpor lb.
reductions. Buy now.
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