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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Thursday, May 26, 1910.
HAS BAD EFFECT
Better Conditions in London
and Cheerful Copper
VEW YORK. Mav 25. Reports of
proceedings in the United States sen
ate today wcro followed by a weaken
ing of prices of stocks and active sell
ing. This had a decisivo effect, fol
lowing tho uncertain Jagging tendency
which had developed earlier. The drop
In tho market was in contrast with tho
better tono of foreign markets and tho
improvement of tho tho elements in
tho situation that have been dreaded.
Tho London condition seemed to bo
relieved by tho progress of tho stock
market settlement and by an casing
of tho money market there, which was
reflected in a further dcclino in for
eign exchango rates in Now York. It
is pointSd out lhat tho railroads aro
embarrabsed as between their canvass
for new capital and their plea for an
increased carrying charge, by tho de
sirability of claiming profitnblo earn
ing power on tho one sido and of plead
ing poverty on tho other. News that
a Chicago municipal bond offer at 4 Ms
per cent had brought no bids as high
as par wcro discussed as signs of the
times. So was tho request that tho
Denver Reservoir Irrigation company
mado for extension of time on mature
Another sign of improvement in tho
credit situation was tho report from
Chicago that interior banks wore pay-
inc off loans to Chicaco banks on a
scalo sufficient to offer resources seek'
ing employment in call loans in New
Copper trado advices retained tho
most cheerful noto which has been
heard from them recently.
Tho progress of tho railroad bill in
the senate is taken by tho financial
district to show a growth of tho more
Bonds irregular. Total sales, $1,592,
000. United States bonds unchanged.
NEW YORK, May 25. Standard
copper was steady with spot at 12.50
to 12.60; May 12.50 to 12.00; Juno,
July and August, 12.10 to 12.50. Lon
don steady with spot 50 4s 9d and
fu'turcs 57 Cs 3d. Arrivals, 115 tons;
exports, 1,050 tons, making 17,45 lor
this month. Dealers roport a quiet and
unchangod market, with lake at 12.75
to 13.00; electrolytic, 12.62Vj to 12.75;
casting, 12.37& to 12.50.
Tin steady -witih spot and May at
33.30 to 33.45j June, 33.00 to 33.20;
July and August, 33.00 to 33.25. London
higher with snot 150 12s Cd and
futures. 151 17s 2d.
Lead steady with spot 4.40 to 4.5.0
iu Now York and 4.17 'j to -i.-u in l-.ast
St. Louiis. London unchanged at 12
Spelter steady with spot at 5.50 to
5.60 in New York and 5.12V to 5.15
in East St. Louis. London highor at
22 2s Gd.
Silver, 53 5-8.
Now York Close
American Smelters .... 78.50 78.02
Amalgamated G8.75 G9.00
C. F. & 1 30.50
M. K. &T 41.75
Missouri Pacific 71.75
Rock Island 42.87
Southern Pacific 125.25
Union Pacific 1S2.12
U. Sv Steel, com 82.25
Utah Copper 40.00
Arizona Commercial . . . 15.50
Boston Corbin 13.50
Calumet & Arizona .... 04.00
Copper Rnngo 00.00
Greene Cananea 8.12
Nevada Consolidated .... 20.50
North Butte 32:02
Ray Con 18.50
Old Dominion 37.00
Suporior & PittsbiJrg... 12.12
Superior & Boston 10.50
U. S .Smelting 42.50
Utah Consolidated ....23.00
Arizona Michigan 35
Cactus . 3.00
Calumet Corbin 03
Colorado Mining 03
Calumet Montana 1.12
Cordova, $2 paid . . .
Cordova, full paid
Ooldfiold Con 8.50
EI Rnyo 4.25
Ely Central 92
Iron Blossom . 90?
Keystone (now) 3.75
Livo Oak 20.00
Mason Valley 7.75
National Min. Exp 31
Ohio Copper 2.37
Ray Central ,2.02
Superior & Globe 40
Shattuck . 2S.50
San Antonio, 7.50
Tonopah Mining 8.37
Sioux" Consolidated 28
Warrior Development ,
A Soil m
wisely directed, will cause her to
give to her little ones only the most
wholesome nnd beneficial remedies
and only when actually needed, and
the well-informed mother uses only
the pleasant and gentle laxative rem
edy Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Sennn when a laxative is required,
as it is wholly free from all objec
tionable substances. To get its ben
eficial effects always buy the genu
ine, manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Co.
School Years End with Ap
propriate Exercises at
ANSWERS EVERY CALL
(Mrs. W. D". French, Correspondent)
The End of the World
Should it come tomorrow, would find
fully ono-third of the people suffering
with rheumatism of either slight or ser
ious nature. Nobody need suffer with
rhoumatism for Ballard's Snow Lini
ment drives away tho trouble, relieves
the pain instantly and loaves tho user
as well and supple as a two-year-old.
SoldSy Palace Pharmacy.
A touch of rheumatism or a twinge
of neuralgia, whatever the troublo is,
Chamberlain's Liniment drives away
tho pain at once nnd cures tho com
plaint quickly. First application gives
relief. Sold by all druggists.
Is a man who can't seo good in any
person or any thing. It's a habit caused
by a disordered liver. If you find that
you aro beginning to seo things through
bluo spectacles, treat your liver to a
good cleaning, out process with Ballard's
llerbine. A suro euro for constipation,
dyspepsia, indigestion, sick headache,
biliousness, an liver, stomach and bowel
troubles. Sold by Palaco Pharmacy.
Globe City Band wishes to announce
that it is open for engagements' any
timo, especially Fourth of July. For
rates address the secretary, Box 313,
MILLER St COMPANY
Stocks and Bonds bought and sold in all markets
for cash or carried on margins. , .
NEW YOEK STOCK EXCHANGE
CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE
NEW YOEK COTTON EXCHANGE
Boston, Mass., 55 Congress
New York office, 29 Broad
way Chicago office, 186 La Salle
SAFFORD. May 25. A fiuict wed
ding took place in Thatcher Monday
evening, preceded by no announcement,
and tho girls feel aggrieved that they
wcro given no chance to show thoir love
and esteem for Miss Lillio Jacobson in
the usual way of showering a bridc-to-bo
with some of the little household
conveniences and luxuries that all
housewives prize. However, Calvin
Clifford, who came in on the train Mon
day afternoon irom Chiton, was in a
hurry to claim his own and tho young
people made their ajipearanco at the
homo of President Andrew Kimball in
Thatcher that evening and were mar
ried. Tuesday morning tho newly wed
ded couple left for Clifton, whero they
will take up their abode. Mrs. Clifford
is the oldest daughter of George P. Ja
cobson, a business man of battord, ana
is a charming girl. Calvin Clifford,
brother of Henry Clifford, was a for
mer resident of Layton and is well
known throughout the valley.
This evening, at her home in Safford
Miss Myrtlo Piatt will be married to
Bert Hatch of Thatcher, Bishop J. R.
Miss May Morris entertained for Miss
Piatt last Monday at a linen shower
nnd the girls mado generous donations
of useful and ornamental articles, which
Miss Piatt highly appreciated.
Tho sad intelligence was received this
morning that Ben Reidel died last Fri
day at Antonito. Colo. Mr. Reidel btul
wintered in Safford for several years
nnd left a few weeks ago with his fam
ily and father and mother for tho more
bracing air of his home in Colorado, but
tho late storms in that section of tho
country were too much for his delicate
Edith Hooper, the 12-year-old daugh
ter of John Hoopes, Sr., passed away
in Thatcher last Friday, after a long
illness. Tho funeral was held Sunday.
Mrs. Tump Freeman left yesterday
morning for Phoenix.
Messrs. B. D. Anderson and Frank
Stebbins aro keeping Thatcher drive
warm With tho trips of their big K. M.
F. car, which they brought in from
Globe. Messrs. Anderson and Stebbins
aro guests at the Anderson ranch.
Tho Misses Hill, late arrivals from
Illinois, have rented tho Jennings cot
tage on L street.
M. A. Browning of Globo was an in
coming passenger, this morning.
Mrs. Mert Goodspeed of Duncan, is
in town visiting relatives.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Wightman of
Globe, former residents of Thatcher, are
in the valloy on business and pleasure.
Jesse Lofgren loft this morning for
his home in St. David after several
months spent in the valley.
Mrs. Emma Merrill was an outgoing
passenger for. Salt Lake City, Monday
Mrs. H. T. Snyder of Salt Lake and
Mrs. Synthia Layton of Thatcher aro
late arrivals in tho valley and will
spend some timo hero visiting with rel
atives. Tho homo of Richard Layton of
Thatcher was made happy last week by
the advent of a little son. Girls abound
in that household, but this is only boy
Miss Caroline Montiprth will favor
Safford with one of her recitals next
Miss Maud Woods of Thatcher has
cone to Duncan for several weeks' visit
f with Miss Ruth Pace'
Tho graduation exercises of tho
Eighth grade of the Globe grammar
school, held last evening at Dreamland,
were witnessed by an unusually large
number of appreciative friends and
On tho stage, which was beautifully
decorated in class colors of purple and
gold, forming a most effective back
ground for the dainty white dresses of
the girls, were seated tho members of
the class, the school board, County Sup
erintendent Kellner, Prof. F. D. Smith
and A. J. Matthews, president of tho
Tempo Normal school.
Preceding the opening number ot
tho program, a beautiful overture was
rendered by tho Globe City band, which
later played several patriotic airs.'
Tho address of welcome by Alpha
Shuck was well delivered and reflected
greatly to his oredit as a declaimer,
while the valedictory by Gordon John
son wns handled in a most masterful
manner for a boy of his age. Miss
Lenora You'ng gave a reading in her
usual delightful style. The choruses
and other musical selections were high
Tho address of tho evening was de
livered by Prof. Matthews of the Tem
po Normal, who spoko quite impressive
ly of the obligations of pupils and teach
ers in character building.
Prof. F. D. Smith delivered tho diplo
mas, after 'speaking to the members of
tho class in a simple and beautiful
manner, of their duty to tho world and
of tho importance of continuing their
studies in tho High school.
Those receiving diplomas were Gladys
Cory, Paul G. Crunk, Sidney W. Ellery,
Nellie Galentino, Mae Galentinc, Katie
Pearl Gates, Andrew E. Gibson, Olive A.
Gibson, Joseph L. Gundry, Una G. Hays,
Georgia uclle Hazlewood, Gordon Archi
bald Johnson, Katheryn A. Kasser,
Marion F. Kassor. Ray E. King, Lillie
Kinsman, Ava Long, Fred II. Mcdlin,
Rebecca Pearl McGowcn, Marjory Mc
Grath, Winifred I. Morse, Marguerite
Maurel, Olynda Naquin, Marjorie N.
Nave, Elizabeth Obert, Bessie May
Opie, Anna L. Rose, Herbert W. Ru
bottom, Emmctt Ryan, Eugene. Schorn
ick, Glenn William Schuck, Alpha
Schuck. Lucille E. Slack, Mina
Globo People Havo Found That This
A cold, a strain, a'sudden wrench.
A little causo may hurt tho kidneys.
Spells of backache often follow.
Or some irregularity pf tho urine.
A certain remedy for such attacks.
A medicine that answers every call
Is Doan's Kidney Pills, a true spe
cific. Thousands of people rely upon it.
Here is one case:
Louis Troutz, Scopel Hotel, Prescott,
Ariz., says: "I know Doan's Kidney
Pills to be worthy of all tho praise given
them. A little over a year ago my back
and kidneys began to troublo me, due
no doubt to'exposuro to dampness. At
times I could hardly straighten and my
back grew so lamo that I thought I
would havo to givo up. Learning of
Doan's Kidney Pills, I procured a box
and soon after commencing their use
I noticed an improvement. The con
tents of two boxes completely cured me
and I have had no kidney troublo since.
Doan's Kidney Pills are worthy of my
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New-
York, solo agents for the United States.
iccmember tne name Doan's ana
take no other.
COOK & COMPANY, Bankers
General Banking Business Transacted. Collateral
and Escrow Loans
Personal Responsibility over $250,000.00.
. At New York R.
Now York 5
Batteries: Olmstead and Block; Ford
At Philadelphia ' R. II. E
St. Louis 1 7 1
Philadelphia 3 8 1
Batteries: Powell and Pelty; Stephens
Killifier, Coombs and Thomas.
At Washington R. H. E.
Detroit , 0 4 0
Washington 2 5- 0
Batteries: Summers and Stanage;
Schmidt, Groom and Street.
(Called in seventh, rain.)
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
5-room modern house, improved lot, good barn; $5,000. Terms.
4-room house on Broad st., four lots, $5,000. Terms.
2 houses on Pnscoe Hill, big lot, both for $3,000. Easy terms.
5 houses 1 per cent Investment $3,500.
3 lots near reservoir, $100; must sell.
3 lots southeast of reservoir, $600. Terms.
5 room house in East Globe, very easy terms.
6-room house, large corner lot, $2,000.
2 houses, two and four rooms, well improved lot, $3,500.
4-room house on Pascoe hill, $1,700. Easy terms.
4-room house, 3 lots close in, $1,700.
6-room house on Broad st., modern, $5,000. Two lots.
6-room house Broad st., $5,000.
New 3-roora house, Hill St., $1,350.
Modern 4-room house and 2-room house, both furnished; on good level
3 good lots close in, $1,500.
6-room house, East Globe, $1,700.
5 lots, good location, $1,000.
Modern 5-room house, Nob Hill, furnished, very easy term.
1 lot 65x135, East Globe, $550.
Ranches improved and unimproved opportunities for born small and
Let us show our good bargains to you.
Llfo Insurance, Fire Insurance, Eeal Estate, Loans and Rentals.
North Globe, Phone 425
RUTH A. GIBBS,
New York 4
Batteries: Ames and Myers; Moore,
Lever and Gibson.
At Chicago R. H. E.
"h mdclphia 1 3 5
Chicago 0 11 1
Batteries: Sparks, Maroney, Shettlcr
and Dooin; Colo and Archer.
At Cincinnati R." H. E.
Boston 4 10 1
Cincinnati -3 8 3
Batteries: Parsons, Brown and
t (Graham; Frommc, Rowan and McLean.
Stevens, Irene F. Wellor, James Henry
Williams, Laura Hazel Woods, Lenora
As i mark of appreciation to tho
loved teaeher who had piloted them
through the past year's studies, tho
stidents presented their tutor, A. L.
Jones, with a beautiful ring, which lie
received with a brief expression of
There were a number of beautiful
bouquets and baskets of flowers presented.
cuts, sprains, bruises, bumps, burns ot
scalds. Don't neglect such things
they may result seriou's if you do. Ap
ply Ballard's Snow Liniment according
to directions right away and it will
relievo the pain and heal the trouble.
Prices 23c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by Pal
P. O. BOX 1449
THE H. H. BRU CO., Inc., Brokers
Correspondents with Members of Boston and New York Stock Exchanges.
SPECIAL ATTENTION' GIVEN TO BOSTON COPPERS AND ALL
AMSTER BLDG. GLOBE, ARIZONA
P. O. BOX 819 PHONE 1741
WILSON & WAYNE
Stocks, Bonds and Mine Investments. Listed and Unlisted Securities.
Local Stocks, Curbs.
K. OF P.'S NOTICE
All members of Pinal Mt. Lodge are
requested to bo present tonight as busi
ness of importanco will como before
the lodge. The meeting will be called
at 7:30 sharp.
By order of HENRY RANEY, C. C.
STILL IN BUSINESS
Nowithstanding the fire which do
stroyed my store and shop I am still
in business and ready to receive your
orders for painting and papering. A
big new stock is now on the road.
Work will bo commenced on a ucw
building' in tho near future. Address
J. C. McElroy, box 1553, Globo Ariz.
WORK AT CEMETERY
Parties wishing to havo graves im
proved at the cemetery can secure sat
isfactory bervico at reasonable rates by
calling at tho cemetery from G to" 8
p. in., or addressing mo care box 1034,
' FRED SCOBLE.
At St. Louis R. H
Brooklyn 7 13 1
St. Louis 5 11 2
Batteries: Ruckcr and Berger; Salce,
Bachman and Phelps.
Such Is Que&tion When Sen
ate Adjourned from Its
At Los Angeles R. H. E.
Oakland 4 7 1
Vernon ...l 5 2
Batteries: Moscr and Mltzo; Hensling
At Portland R. II. E.
Portland 6 8 1
Sacramento 3 0 3
Batteries: Steen, Garrett and Fisher;
Hunt and Spicsman,
At San Francisco R. H. E.
Los Angeles y 2 8 3
San Francisco 0 5 0
Batteries: Nagle and Orcndorff; East
'lcy and Berry.
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 23.
Whether the railroad shall prohibit
flatly increases in railroad rates with
out approval of the interstate commerce
commission or shall extend to wi
months tho time during which the com
mission may suspend increased rates,
was the- question before the senate
when it adjourned today.
The session was devoted to a discus
sion of the amendments by Cummins,
Borah and Dolliver.
Tho suggestion of tho extension of
tho time during which the commission
may suspend rates for investigation
was made by Senator Martin. He pro
posed to amend tho Cummins provision
by inserting a .--luusc requiring "a final
decision shall be rendered within six
moirhs from O.e date in which Jio
schedulo is fi'ed."
Many senators predicted its accept
ance when tho question oracs to a
SATCHELL, VAN WAGENEN
ENGINEERS, CHEMISTS, MIN
EROLOGISTS DEPUTY MINER
Rooms 10, 12 and 11 Trust Blag.
O.K. Livery, Feed
and Sale Stable
Stage and Auto Line to
Stage leaves O. K. Corral Mon
days, Wednesdays and Fridays at
4 a. m.
Stage leaves Kelvin Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays at 12,
Auto leaves Globe every day
except Sunday at 7 a. m.
Auto leaves Kelvin every day
except Sunday at I p. m.
BIDE THE AUTO 8 Hours to
W. P. KELSEY, Manager
Effective Monday, May 23.
Sultan & Wayne
Globe Elec. Light & Power Bldg.
P. O. SOX 207
171 MESQUTXE ST.
' MINE SAMPLING
H. E. BIERCE W. BINKLEY
John D. Rockefeller would go broke
if he should spend his entire income try
ing to prepare a better medicino than
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy for diarrhoea, dysentery
or bowel complaints. It is simply im
possible, and so says every ono that
has used it. Sold by all dru'ggists.
a l j,r'
Fortunes have been made in oil in the past ;
Fortunes are heing made in oil today,
Greater fortunes are being made in California oils than
have ever been known.
These four lines tell you a world's story, because the facts are indisputable that there have
been larger and more general fortunes made out of oil than any other mineral known to the
earth, and prices steadily advancing because the demand is close up to the production, with an
ever-increasing use to which crude oil and its products may be put.
The Geological Survey of the United States has presented some remarkable figures to the gov
ernment, and through it to the public, concerning the oil area of the State of California, and
the amount of oil contained therein.
Estimating the quantity of oil there is in the United States actually known to exist, that de
partment of the government states that California contains a minimum of FIVE BILLION
BARBELS (of 42 gallons each) of which there is being produced but four million barrels per
One year from today this Company should be producing at least 200,000 barrels of this oil ev
ery mouth. Can you see the profits to be derived from an investment with us? Be a Rockefeller.
California National Crude Oil Co.
I. W. HELLMAN BLDG., LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Kindly Issue mo shares of Treasury
Stock of above corporation.
Enclosed find S... .'. Jn payment for same.
GAL NATIONAL CRUDE OIL GO.
I. W. HELLMAN BUILDING
California National Crude Oil Co.
I. W. HELLMAN BLDG., LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Kindly Issue me shares of Treasury
Stock of above corporation.
Enclosed find $ In payment for same.