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Saturday, April 6, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA-SILVER BELT
In Every Depart- TTD OT
ment of Banking J jJ I
NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
Is prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
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. age Five ' tj
Now York Market does Up on Extern
sivo Buying by Bankers No Coppor
Sold Under 25i Cents in this Conn
try All Coppers Strong.
(Uv I. N. KiiiMy)
CiLOHK, April .". Uutton & Co. t.i'
Now York say: Bullish opinions car
ni'd on today on an tuctonsivc .sealo ly
k-tnkors and heavy aiiis woro made
throughout the active stocks. It really
M-tMiis nn necessary to explain cause of
.ulvance. as the only factor was the
. iiiu-ortcd buying of bankers which
laised values. Conditions at- Washing
mm were ignored as being without mo
ment. Paine of Dos ton Soys: Our markut
today was somewhat slow in respond
ing to the advance in the. Now York
market, but gains were made in prin
. ipal stocks, suuh as Copper Range,
urtli Iiutto, 0-ceola, Old Dominion,
.w. Speculators in the Loudon metal
market have turned and good advances
will be made from day to day and
iioks as if recent raid was bear manip
ulation. Wo hear of no important sales
.if copper being made in this country
under 25 cents. Money is gottiug
lasier.and higher level will be reached
a all better class of stocks. Do- not
imik for any reaction of any conse
quence. Amalgamated and Anaconda
.n't as if some party was working up
.1 good short interest in them and they
may be made to cover several points
Superior & Boston was in good de
maud today around $1, sales being made
.it this figure, but not any higher, as
ieKirted, except in very small lots.
AlliHioz $ 5G.00
rizoua Commercial 20.00
Butte & London 1.73
Boston Consolidated 20.50
Bingham .'. .... 20.00
Black Mountain . 5.50
Butte Coalition 27.75
ananen Central . 27.00
upper Range 82.02
alumot & Airzona 1G4.50
Honn-Arizona J 1.00
Kly ... 9.50
Kast Ruttc 10.00
North Dntte 9.1.50
Superior & Pittsburg
Utah Consolidated ..
Globe Consolidated ..
Wolverine & Arizona
L. S. & A
Superior it Boston
Calumet & Globe
Tamarack ...... .
Queen Coppor, asked
Central Copper, asked
Colorado Fuel & Iron .
Reading ..." .
U. S. Steel, common ..,
New York Central ..
St. Paul ...
Baltimore i Ohio
Money, 2 per cont.
r (By II. II. Bru Co.)
QLOB'H, April 5. Today's market
shows great strength and all stocks as
a whole closed much higher than for
some time in the past. The market is
predicted to reach the figure bofore the
crash aud from the outlook now this
may bo true. The money markot both
here and abroad is roported again nor
mal and all industries in full operation.
Anaconda paid its quarterly dividend
of $1.75 per share ,which equals 12 per
cent on its present mnrkot price. Old
Dominion was the feature of the day.
It opened at $53 and closed at $50 asked
and may soil much higher tomorrow.
Anaconda and Old Dominion are
among the best buys as investment
stocks. Arizona Commercial closed at
$20 and I look for this stock to be .soil
ing around $36 within a short time.
New York Stocks
Anaconda .. 03.50
American Smelting 127.37
Atchison . 97.00 ..
Baltimore & Ohio 102.12
Colorado Tuel &c Iron ... 30.S7
New York Central. 121.00
St. Paul 138.00
Tonneseo Fuol & Iron 141.00
Union Pacific 142.00 142.12
U. S. Steel, common 38.00
Boston Listed and Curb Market
Allouez 55.00 -
Arizona Commercial 20.00
Boston Consolidated 20.50
Butte & London 1.75
Butto Coalition 27.75
Black Mountain . 3.50
Calumet & Arizona 104.50
Calumet & Globe
Copper Range 82.62
Cananea Central 27.00
Daly-West ....; 15.50
Davis Daly 13.75
Donn-Arizona ...v 11.00
East Butto 10.00
Greeno-Cnnanen ...". 10.25
Greene Consolidated 14.50
Greene Silver 1.87
Granby 130.00 132.00
Globe Consolidated 13.50 14.00
Hancock 10.00 10.50
Helvetia : 3.75 4.00
Keweenaw 9.50 10.00
Livo Oak 1.00
Michigan : 15.50 10.25
L. S. & A 9.50
Mohawk S2.00 82.50
Nevada Utah ....'. 4.25 4.50
Nevada Consolidated 14.00 14.50
North Butte .'. 93.50 94.00
Nipissing 13.50 13.75
Old Dominion 55.75
Superior & Boston
Superior & Pittsburg 19.25
Trinity .: 21.75
Utah Consolidated 02.75
Wolverine & Arizonn
- The Wife's Right of Search
There has just died that upright
judge who decided that a wife had a
right "to go through her husbands
pockets." He presided in a western
state, but was a native Georgian, and
all the cyclones of the breezy west had
not blown out of him his inherited ideas
of chivalry to women.
As a reason for his famous decision
ho gave that when a man mnrried a
woman ho thereby conferred upon her
a right to search his pockctB in quest of
change. There are somo strong argu
ments to sustnin this view. In many
marriages the man snys: "With all
my worldly goods 1 thee endow," and
if this does not justify his wife in
taking what is hers, what would?
Again, man and wife are one, and
what one owns one has a right to for
age on. Under the patriarchal institu
tions of- slavery Sambo argued thus:
"1 belong to marster, and this pig bo
longs to marster, therefore 1 have a
right to take the pig." With great
respect, this illustration may be anal
Still further, there is the famous pre
cedent of Gretchen and her father con
fessor, Hubert, Was it wrong for
Gretchen to eliminate a small coin out
of the trousers pocket of her sleeping
Hansi It appearing that Hans made
$2 a day and Gretchen had taken 50
cents, the good man's unhesitating
opinion was that the taking was en
tirely lawful and proper. If the senior
member of the firm got 75 per cent of
the daily assets, why wasn't the junior
entitled to 25!
A "swipe," therefore to use n very
inelegant term in consideration pf its
great expressiveness of one-fourth may
bo regarded as about right.
Out of every dollar a quarter, out of
every 50 cents a dime, and if thcro is
only a dime, let her take half. She
will invest the nickel in something use
fill, as, say, a paper of pins, with which
she will bestrew the face of the earth
for a mouth; while he will gulp it up in
a minute in a glass of beer he were bet
ter without. August Chronicle.
"After all," remarked Mrs. Inswim,
"home is the dearest spot on earth."
"It is," asked her husband, who was
engaged in auditing the month's bilN.
Reform isn't always what it is
preached up to be.
All men are animals and somo of
them are car-scat hogs.
There's usually a wide gap between
promise and performance.
Some men go broke and some others
haven't enough to go broke on.
An egotist is the center of an admir
ing crowd and he's the crowd.
Even those who haven 't an eye for
beauty appreciate a handsomo income.
Among other things frequently missed
as we journey through life is the last
This is said to be the land of the
free, yet the owner of real estate. has to
pay taxes on it. Chicago News.
A $10 Bill in a Mail Box
An Indianapolis lotter carrier recent
ly found a crisp $10 bill in one of the
mail boxes on his route. There was no
scrap of writing or anything to indi
cate why it had been deposited there.
The carrier turned the bill over to Post
master Bennett, who wrote to the de
partment at Washington to ascertain
what disposition should "bo inndo of it.
Tho first assistant to tho postmaster
general answered that thoro was no
rule to cover such a singular case, and
that tho finder would have to bo gov
erned by tho same laws that govern
tho return of articles or things of valuo
found anywhere else. This moans that
tho letter carrier will keep tho money
unless a claimant appears and identifies
tho bill. ,
Postofiice oflicinls aro porploxod in
wondering why any porson should de
posit a bank note in a mail box. Odd
articles are often found in the boxes,
but it is seldom that a thing of real
value is discovered. Indianapolis News.
A catalogue of cool drinks at Bar
rett's Soda Fountain.
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Quotations from New York, Boston and Duluth by quick wire service .
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins
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OFFICERS AND DIEE0T0E8
G. S. Van Wagenen, President. J. H. Hamill, Vice President.
Dr. W. A. Holt. A. W. Sydnor.
E. M. White. Fred T. Bragonier.
Patrick Eoso. Fred J. Griffin.
A. Q. Smith, Cashier. J. B. Todd, Asst. Cashier.
WE HAVE UNEQUALED FACILI
TIES IN OUE NE. OFFICES FOB
TAKING OABE OF YOTJB VALUA
BLE PAPEBS, ETC. CALL AND AE
BANGE TO BENT ONE OF OUB
STEEL SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
OUB VAULT IS FIBEFBOOF.
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