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- jT - i . tv!'fK DATLY ARIZONA 'SILVER B15LT Thursday, Fcbruar Page Pour Jail Tel PhonJ 1641 P. o I). ' "051 1389 '"- -MT' For Sale at M inmg an d F mancia ew jjfrSsSKffrfxftrt''m''k ....., STOCK INK! IS ABA1N 11011 HUT Prices Advance on Stocks While Metals Still Hold Their Own 2CEW YOIJK, February 9. The prices of stocks started upward tins morning from 2 to over 3 points, for the major ity of tho activo issues. This was a reversal of policy on tho part of tho great controlling financial powers, Tath er than a reflection of any sudden change in tho condition of affairs. Tho practical suspension of efforts to support tho market have been marked and- characteristic throughout tho bo verest portion of tho recent depression. Bonds firm. Total sales, $1,047,000. United States bonds 3's registered and 4's, registered advanced per cent. METAL QUOTATIONS NEW YORK, February 9. Tho mar ket for standard copper on tho New York metal exchange closed with spot and futures to tho end of April at 13 to 13.20. Lake cornier. 13.02 V. to 13.7o; electrolytic, 13.37M: to 13.50; casting, 13.12V.- to 13.37. Tin quiet, spot 32.53 to 32.03; Febru ary March, April, May, 32.40 to 32.50. Lead dull, spot, 4.0 Ms to 4.72 & in New York and 4.40vto 4.35 iu'East St. Louis. Spelter weak, spot 3.70 to 0.10 in New York and 4.471.' to 4.571!- in East St. Louis. Silver, oVA; Mexicans, 44. ..,..2....S..S. QUOTATIONS By FB- JJK J. GRAF There was a decided improvement in the big market today and stocks re covered in a measure tho losses of tho past few days. American Smcltors, bugar, Beading, Union Pacific, Southern Pacific and the Steel stocks all showed excellent gains and tho others gained from one to two points. The markot Jias been oversold and tho rally was overdue. In the Boston market tho activo stocks shared the advance of the Now York stocks. Amalgamated scored a lour point advanco and Anaconda three and a half. Superior Copper, Lake Cop per, Utah Copper, Utah Consolidated, were also activo with good gains. Ar izona Commercial and Old Dominion showed good advances and were in good domand. Colo Ryan stocks were, linn, bnt inclined to be dull. The curbs were quiet, with littlo chango over yester day. Inspiration showed slight weak nets, with sales at 8.12 at the close, al though the stock is not forced for sell ing. Ray Central held at 2.S7 as did Hay Consolidated at 20.50. Miami showed a gain of a point. Warrior was weak at 11.37; Live Oak showed no Frank J. Graf . Broker TRUST BUILDING, GLOBE, ARIZ. Sultan & Wayne MINING ENGINEERS Globo Elcc. Light & Power Bldg. P. O. BOX 2(57 171 MESQUITE ST. TEL. 1121 ASSAY; MINE SAMPLING H. E. BIEROE W. BINKTiF.Y SATCHELL, VAN WAGENEN & SATCHELL ENGINEERS, CHEMISTS, MIN EROLOGISTS DEPUTY MINER AL SURVEYORS. Rooms 10, 12 and 14 Trust Bldg. GLOBE, ARIZONA chango at 19.75. Chino and Gila are showing hotter domand, with light of ierings at present prices. Now York Oloso American Smelters 80.50 American Sugar 122.00 Atchison ,T, 111.00 B. & 0 110.S7 U. R. T 71.23 Canadian Pacific , 1S0.37 Colorado Fuel & Iron 33.50 C. . .: 29.50 Erio 28.00 Great Northern .t 133.02 Moxico Central 27.23 L. & N ."...145.00 Missouri Pacific . .. 09.00 National Lead T 70.50 New York Central 118.50 Northern Pacific 135 S7 Pennsylvania 131.87 O. & V 44.50 Reading 100.12 Rock Island 45.00 St. Paul 147.12 feouthorn Railway 27.50 Southern Pacific .124.00 Texas & Pacific 28.23 Union Pacific 182.23 Western Union 70.73 United States Steel, com 70.23 United States Steel, pfd 110.87 Boston Closo Amalgamated 74.23 Anaconda 49.12 Adventure r S.50 Allouez 42.00 Arizona Commercial 39.75 Arcadian 7.50 Atlantic 8.75 Butte Coalition 24.23 Boston Consolidated 18.37 Calumet & Arizona ,. ... 70.50 Calumet & Ilecla 030.00 Centennial . 22.50 Copper Range 70.50 Daly West 7.73 Franklin 21.25 Granby S9.00 Greene Cananca 9.12 Isle Royal , 21.25 Lake ... .... i o.OO .Mass . .. k. ... ..... . 7.25 Mohawk A 04.50 Michigan 0.50 North Butte 34.50 Nevada Consolidated 21. Old Dominion 41.50 Ojibway 9.30 Osecola 146.00 Parrott 19.75 Shannon r 14.50 Qutney S1.00 Superior Copper 53.00 Tamarack 00.00 Trinity 8.50 United States Smelting 44.75 Utah Copper 48.50 Utah Consolidated 30.50 Victoria 4.50 Winona 9.37 Wolverine 130.00 Curb Closo American 2.S7 Arizona Michigan 85 Arizpo .23 Black Mountain " .35 Blaklnva ,.. 9.75 Bostou Corbiu , , 17.75 Braden " 7 4.37 Boston Ely 3.25 Butte Ariz 05 Butto London -'0 Cactus 1.87 Calumot & Montana . 1.12 Calumet Sonora ., . 24.37 Carmen 1.00 Chemung ... '. 10.50 Chief "2.00 Cordova 77 9S Cordova, full paid 3.00 Chino 12.00 Cortcz 2.73 Cumberland Ely . 5.73 Davis Daly 3.12 Dul. Sonora 4.0J Denu Arizona (asked) 3.12 East Butte .T5 Elcuita (asked) .( 7.23 Ely Consolidated 78 Ely Central 1.30 First National . . 4,73 Gila ... . 7.C0 Giroux ''73 Helvetia 7T.- 4.02 Hancock 27.00 Indiana 37.25 Inspiration S.12 Koweenaw -L12 Keystone (asked) . 5.25 La Rose .,. 'U2 La Sallo .; 35.00 Live Oak 19.' Mangus (asked) ..- 2.2.J Mason Valley r 2.00 National v. -1- iami -. j Nipissing 30.00 Ohio ... i-12 Pinto 22 Ray Central ' 2.S7 Ray Consolidated "... 20.50 Raven ' 55 San Antonio 7.25 Santa Fo , - 2.12 ci 1110 navnnmi i t i-m n i - Santa Rosalia . .7 '-00 Shattuck 1!)37 Sierra (asked) -i.2o Superior Globo Ll- Supcfior & Boston 1100 Suporior & Pittsburg 35.87 Twin Buttcs 32 Phone 1901 P. O. Box 282 (Established 1904) THE H. H. BRU CO., Inc., Brokers Correspondents Trith Member i of Boston and New York Stock Exchanges. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO BOSTON COPPERS AND ALL CURB STOCKS 144 TRUST BUILDING GLOBE, ARIZONA P. O. BOX 819 PHONE 1741 WILSON & WAYNE BROKERS Stocks, Bonds and Mino Investments. Listed Local Stocks, Curbs. and Unlisted Securities. Warren " . , AVamor Wolverine Arizona Yuma 3 75 11.37 .S3 102 ILL DISCOVER WHY H PRICES SI SO HIGH WASHINGTON, D. C, February 9. As finaly determined todav, tho inves titration on the increase of prices of food other than necessaries, which tho tho senate is about to cuter, will cover a "broad field. Tho measure providing for tho investigation passed today with comparatively littlo discussion. It au thorizes an inquiry by a special com mitteo of soven into tho general on hancementment of values, covering not only food and clothing, but many ar tides used in every day life. Tlio investigation will also cover questions of salaries, earnings and tho tariff. At tho instance of Senator Burton, tho resolution is mado to cover all com modifies, while Sonator Warren obtain cd an insertion for hides, leather, boots and shoes: Senator Johnson an inscr tion for beef, sheep and hogs, and Sen ator Bacon that of steel. Tho inquiry will bo conducted with great dispatch MEXICAN RAILROAD TROUBLE SETTLED Terms of Agreement Itfot Given to Public MEXICO CITY, February 9. All differences between tho conductors and engineers of tho National Railways of .Mexico and its management woro set tled this afternoon, tho peace agree ment being signed at 2:30 o'clock. Both road officials nnd employes state they aro satisfied with tho agreement reach ed, mo terms or wnicn tney refuse o divulge. Railroad oftieials nnd union em ployes said tonight that tho agreement reached was based on this resolution, adopted ly tho railroad board on Jan uary 28: "The policy of-tho board has been and will continue to be, equitable. It docs not propose to discontinue to cm ploy foreign citizens, much less to ex elude those already serving, by reason of nationality, but will give Mexican citizens tho opportunity to be pro moted to responsible positions in tho servico of tho railways, always when this will bo coupled with safety and efficiency. "Whenever a vacancy occurs, it will be filled with Mexican employes when competent, RELIGIOUS FAKIR SENT TO PRISON Leader of Iloly Ohostcrs Gets Three Years BALTIMORE, February 9. De nounced as a menace- to society and an impostor, Jones Samuel Sturdevant, neg ro bishop of tho "Iloly Church of tho Living God, Pillar and Ground of Truth," nnd leader of tho "Iloly Ghosters, was today sentenced to three years in prison. Sturdevant was con victed of having assaulted and beaten Mrs. Rose Demmerd, a white disciple, who, it is said, was influenced by Stur devant to leavo her husband and three children in Brooklyn. CANDIES AT REDUCED PRICES The Adams' Confectionery aro selling all their candies at 10c to 25c per lb. reductions. Buy now. Sco tho now offices for rent on 2nd floor new Amstor building. Sec tho now offices for rent on 2nd floor new Amstcr building. No wait for baths at- tho Ruby bar ber shop. Hot water nny timo you want it. inniiu CANCEL TITLES 10 LI Sixty-four Defendants Will Fight to Retain 9,500 Acres in Wyoming' JMF" -Ttl rfW Bfeftftrffij outhern Pacific Company LANDER. Wyoming, February 9.- Sixty-four defendants in alleged coal land frauds against tho government, np- j peared today beforo the United States) land oflico in this city, in cases which) havo been brought by tho government' for tho cancellation of their titles to coal lands, which are said to bo the' most valuable in the state. " Tho cases involve 9,500 acres lying, in tho mineral district north of Lander, and have beon appraised by government , experts at a value of nearly $1,500,000. Tho covornment alleges theso lands! wcro filed on by dummy cntryment for tho benfit of tho Owl Creek Coal com pany, and tho Northwestern Coal com pany, which aro controlled by New York capitalists. Tho two companies aro reported to be associated with tho Chicago, Burling J ton & Quincy railroad. The cases aro commonly known as tho "coal landj fraud cases, as Samuel W. Cobe, George N. Dab', llufus P. Ireland and others wero alleged to havo been instrumental in securing titles to tho lands. The cases havo been under invstiga tion by federal agents for three years, j and various actions havo been taken into court. An injunction suit was in- stituted in tho United States court at j Cheyenno recently by tho government,' asking that tho Owl Creek Coal com pany be restrained from operating coal mines at Gcbo, Big Horn county, which arc said to bo producing 00 tons daily. A temporary restraining order was granted, and nioro than 1,000 miners thrown out of work. John A. Williams, law examiner of tho land office, will hear the cases, and Captain Gcorgo Blnir, chief of tho Tield division of the land oflico at Salt Lake city, will act as registrar. About forty witnesses will bo summoned, a large number of them from New York. ona Eastern Railroad Co. Arizona Aviation WOULD BENEFIT BY SUPERVISION Federal Control Would Ben efit Corporations, Says Commissioner (Second in America) PHOENIX FEBRUARY 10-11-12 Special Round Trip Excursion Rate from Globe - $18.80 Sale dates February 9-10-11-12. Return limit February 14. Train schedule as follows: Leave G-lobe 5:45 a. m. Arrive Phoenix 6:55 p. m. Eeduced rates to Tucson account Masonic Grand Lodge of Arizona. Dates of sale, February 5th to 11th, both inclusive. 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 OF THE WORLD For further information, call on or address G. A. MAUK, Agent, Globe. R. S. STUBBS, G. P. A. Tucsoa v suNsrr I IOtXiStUSTAl I WASHINGTON, D. C, February 9. That tho great interstate industries can bo brought under permanent federal supervision through a system of regular reports to a federal agency, in a ration al, cfTcctlvo way, which will involve no drastic action, but, on tho contrary, forestall it, is the conclusion drawn in tho annual report of Herbert Knox Smith, commissioner of corporations, to the secretary of commerco and labor. Tho report was mado public today. "Publicity will improve tho standing of our corporate securities both at home nnd abroad," Smith declares, "and will help give tho business machinery that foundation of fairness, openness and public confidence which it must have if it is to bo a pormnucnt factor in tho national advance. NO MORE HOBBLES FOR PACING COLTS NEW YORK, February 9. Beginning with'tho season of 1915 no hobbles will bo used on pacing horses and up to that timo tho devico will be gradually eliminated. This decision was mado by the Twenty-fifth Congress of tho National Trot ting association today. McElroy for best painting materials. LITTLE CHANCE TO BURGLE LA VALLEY BANK VAULT! TANGLE IS SETTLED Estate of Much Married Ex Governor of Arizona Is Awarded PHOENIZ, Ariz., February 9. Judge Kent today rendered judgment in th case of Anna il. McCord vs. Mary Em ma McCord, tried some timo ago, for tlio recovery of the cstato of tho lato Uoloncl Myron H. McCord, at one timo the governor of Arizona. Judgment was entered for tho de fendant. Tho plaintiff was tho first wifo of McCord, from whom she claims she was never legally divorced, though ho had a divorce, secured in Utah, which she alleges was illegal. Tho defendant was tho third wifo of McCord and be tween these two marriages ho had mar ried his second wife, whom ho survived. The third wifo seemingly did not ques tion tho legality of tho divorce openly, until after McCord died, though having knowledge of his subsequent marringes. Tho ellect of tho judgment was that if the plaintiff over had any rights, she had slept upon them. The cstato con sists of tho home place and some other property holdings of a considerable value. PHOTOS mith' s Studio 493 NORTH" BROAD ST. W. D. Reading J. F. Crampton E. W. Weinmani THE PEERLESS MEAT MARKET We have pleased you in other markets and.can pleasl you in our own. We handle eveiythingin our line. 668 North Broad St. Phonefll - Burglar Proof Money Safe Model of Modern Mechan ical Perfection Burglars who aro looking for soft snaps in tho way of safo cracking in this city, might ns well leavo alone tho Gila Valley bank, for if tho members of that cult can reach tho funds of that institution in a week, much less over night, they will bo doing a reinarkablo stunt. Yesterday this bank recoived a new .burglar proof Victor- monoy safo, which was installed inside tho regular monoy vault. As tho result of this doublo pro tection enough nitroglycerino to wreck tho whole town would hardly effect an cntranco into tho bank's strong box. Tho regular vault is built of roin and protected by a hoavy tool proof door, locked by both a combination and a timo lock. To enter this vault would bo a day's work for a safo export. Tho new monoy safe; contained in this vault, is ovon more difficult to open, when onco locked. It is mado of stool that is impervious to ordinary drills and is fitted with a door built on the order of the brtjech block of a cannon. Tho outer part of tho door is ground to fit tho safe, making an air tight joint which cannot bo filled with nitroglycer ine, while tho inner portion of the door screws into place, bolts preventing tho door from being unscrowed, afor it has beon locked. This same ig fitted with both time and combination locks and ovon with tho combination, cannot be opened until a specified timo has elapsed aftor it is closed. It is a small, almost round safo, which apparently weighs but a few hundred pounds, but as a matter of fact it weighs scvoral tons and was put in forced concrete, lined with armor plat'o placo only with difficulty 0U6LAS FOLKS IT RAIL WA Globe High School, College and Lodge Pennants New Designs in Valentines Buttcrick Patterns G. S. VAN WAGENEN & CO. Send Committee to Persuade Randolph to Finish Line from Forrest DOUGLAS, February 7. At a called meeting of tho Douglas chamber of commerco and mines held in tho Gads den hotel, a committeo was chosen to go to Tucson tomorrow, and there to confer with Epes Randolph and to urge him to use his influence to havo the Southern Pacific railroad completed from Forrest to Douglas, a distance of about fifteen miles. Tho work on this line from Pearco to Forrest was com pleted in tho Summer and then aban doned aftor proceeding that far. Tho smoko of tho Espco locomotive could bo seen by tho yearning Douglasito, but tho sound of tho whistle could not bo heard. " jMlMli Just Received a Fresh Shipment of POST TOASTIES at BROOKNER': THE BIG STORE Best Breakfast Food in the World. PHONE MAIN 62 PHONE MAIN '