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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Sunday, February i )m 19 Lumber Co. For Sale at Page Four . , TeIePhonl 1641 I P- 0. Bol 1389 I W.T 1W H H Ml IMI W v A, V x . r V f i 4' ' c it HEKD- OF COPPER Professor Douglas on Tour of Inspection of Ari zona Properties COPPER CONDITIONS MAY SOON IMPROVE which I have been contemplating winco last May. Tho newspapers liavo credit ed mo with buying nuraorous railroads on this trip, but as u inntfer of fnct, my main ouject is to Inspect our proper ties in Arizona. j "GJobo has had a wonderful growth sinco my last visit and is fast becom ing one of tho most important cities in tho territory. I am well pleased with conditions hero, both in regard to tho city and tho Old Dominion as well." As this was Mr. Notman's second visit to Globo and his first trip hero for sovoral years, ho evinced a keen interest in tho city and in tho Old Do minion mino workings Like Mr. Doug las, ho spoko favorably of market con ditions and predicted a firmor copper markot m tho noar future, without any great rise in price of tho red metnl. ino party will leave- for tho east tins ovenmg, having visited tho Copper Queon at jjisbeo prior to coming to Globe. .-Thinks Copper Market Dc- pendent on Iron and Surplus Small Tor tho purpose of inspecting the Old Dominion workings, Professor James Douglas, president of tho Phelps Dodge company, and Georgo Xotman, secre tary of that company, arrived hero yes terday, accompanied by Miss Douglas and Mrs. Notman. The party arrived early in tho day, on u special train made up of the pri vate cars Alamogordo and Xacozan. The private cars were spotted at tho isual place, near tho Old Dominion slag dump, after which Mr. Douglas and Mr. Xotman, accompanied by local t officials of the Old Dominion, mndo an inspection trip through tho ontiro workings, including both tho mines and the smelter. Mr. Douglas seemed highly pleased with the "condition of tho Old Dominion. Although stating that his visit hero was of no consequence and was made only for tho purposo of inspecting tho Old Dominion workings, he talked interest ingly of local and general conditions, when seen by tho Silver Belt. ''Conditions in the eastern metal markets are very good at tho present time," said Mr. Douglas, "and while the copper market has shown no decided change of fate, I beliovc thero will bo an improvement in tho price of cop per within a short time. "At the present time, iron is tho most energetic factor in the metal mar. Tset and the demand for this metal is constantly increasing. It is a recog nized fact that the consumption of iron and copper is of tho same ratio, in that ouo ton of copper is used for every cighty-thrfo tons of iron turned into manufactured articles. Tho in crease in thp consumption of iron will, at a time not , far distant, causo an increase in tho copper consumption and wipe out the present copper surplus, in iny opinion. "As a matter of fact there is not n great deal of copper on hand at the present time, as tho present surplus would not supplv the market for more than two montns. Unless there is a great increase in the amount of cop per produced, it should be a matter of only a short time, until tho present surplus is entirely disposed of. "I do not, however, look for any great increase in tho price of copper. Copper can be produced at a profit at the present price and lo-ccnt copper is rather above tho normal market figure. "This is my first visit to Globe lor sonio time and a" visit, by the way, PRESIDENT SAYS THE LAW MUST BE ENFORCED ( Continued From Page One.) Frank J, Graf Broker TRUST BUILDING, GLOBE, ARIZ. Sultan & Wayne MINING ENGINEERS Globo Elec. Light & Power Bldg. ?. O. BOX 2B7 171 MESQTJITE ST. TEL. 1121 ASSAYS MINE SAMPLING H. E. BIEROE W. BINKLEY SATCHELL, VAN WAGhNEN & SATCHELL ENGINEERS, CHEMISTS, MIN EROLOGISTS DEPUTY MINER AL SURVEYORS. Rooms 10, 12 and 14 Trust Bldg. GLOBE, ARIZONA tho conservation of national resources bills to carr nil of which promises' into effect were pending in congress, and ho bolieved would be passed. Eulogy by Hughes Governor Hughes mado nu address, in winch ho said: "Tho American peoplo are fair enough to reocguizo a great president, filling a great position, and doing his duty witu absomto fidelity. For that reason Mr. "Taft will be re nominated una re elected." Governor Fort of New Jersey, said: "There is room in tho republican party for advanced thinking. Senator Doluver, Senator .Nelson and Senator Boveridgo aro not thoughtless men. They know their people and they are familiar with conditions in tho middle west. They aro only a little in advance of tho rest of us. But thoy are no moro so than was Lincoln in his Spring field sneech in 1S5S." Speaker Cannon had been expected, but sent a letter or regrei, in which ne i said in part: "Your president ami mine, wno is with you tonight, is a worthy succes sor to Lincoln, and ho is called upon to excrciso somo of tho patience that characterized Lincoln's administration, especially in your great metropolis, where extremes in' advice are always in evidence, and particularly at the present time." Would Prosecute Republicans Tho president said in part: "I am far from saying tho repub lican party is perfect. Xo party which has achieved such power as it hai achioved, for the last soventccn years, could be expected to maintain either within its rank and file, or in its man agement men of purest and highest motives, and I am tho last one to ad vocate any halt in the prosecution and condemnation of republicans, however prominent and powerful, whoso conduct requires criminal or other prosecution and condemnation. "It should bo well understood that with tho republican party in its pres- ent condition, with its various divisions subjected to tho cross-firo of its own newspapers and its own factions, any halt or failure on the part of those in authority to punish and condemn cor ruption or corrupt methods will proper ly bo visited upon the party itself, how ever many good men it contains. Tariff All Right "We shall bo called upon to respond to the charge in the next campaign that tho tariff, for which we aro responsible, has raised prices. If people listen to reasonable arguments it will be easy to demonstrate that high prices proceed from an entirely different cause than the present tariff, which, being largely a revision downward, except with re spect to silks and liquors, wludi nrc luxuries, cannot be charged with hav ing increased any prices, "But this will not prevent our dem ocratic friends from arguing on the principle of 'post hoc propter hoc' that because the high prices followed tho tariff, thereforo they aro tho result of it. "Wo must not bo blind to tho weight of 'such an argument in an electoral campaign. Why Prices Are High . "Tho reason for the riso in the cost of necessities can easily bo trnced to an increase in our measure of values, that precious motal, gold, and possibly in somo cases to combinations In restraint of trade. "Tho question of tariff must be ar gued out. Prejudices created by early attacks upon tho bill by gross misrep resentations of its character must be met by a careful presentation of facts as to tho contents of the' bill and also as to its actual operation and tho statistics shown thereby. I bclicvo wo have a strong case if wo can only got it into tho minds of tho poople. Should disaster follow us and the republican majority in tho hoiso becomo a minority in tho next house, it may bo possiblo that in dem ocratic cxerciso of its Jiower tho people ot this country will see which is tho party of accomplishment, which is tho Phone 1001 (Established 1001) P. O. Box 202 THE H. H. BRU CO., Inc., Brokers Correspondents with Member of Boston und New York Stock Exchanges. COPPERS AND ALL SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO BOSTON CURB STOCKS 14-J TRUST BUILDING . GLOBE. ARIZONA P. O. BOX 810 PHONE 1741 WILSON & WAYNE BROKERS Stocks, Bonds and Mino Investments. Listed and Unlisted Securities. Local Stocks, Curbs. KATIE FRICK, BLIND DEAF MUTE, AND HER TEACHER. The state of Pennsylvania lias set nslde a fund for tho education of little Kutie FrleK. the Mind deaf mute whoso case promises to rival that of Helen Keller. Kutie Is now In the Mount Airy Institute Kor the Deaf and Dumb nt I'lilladi'lpliin. mid the rapidity with which she learns is a marvel to t-clen-lists. She wn.s ttiugtit lo omit by the use of small wooden blocks, the blocks being milled In a row mid the numerals they repiescnii'd being pronounced by the teacher while the child held tier linger tlpn to the imctier's lips. party of arduous deeds done, and which is the party of words and irresponsible opposition. "I only wnnt one more word. From titno to time, attacks aro mado on tho administration, on the ground thnt its policy tends to create a panic in Wall street and to disturb business. AH I have to say upon that subject is this: that certainly no one responsible for a government like ours would foolishly run" amuck in business and destroy val ues and confidence just for the pleasure of doing so. Xo one has a motive as strong as the administration in power to cultivate and strengthen business confidence and business prosperity. Business Within Laws "But it docs rest with the national government to enforce the law, nnd if eniorcement of the law is not consistent with tho present methods of carrying on business, then it does not speak well for the present methods of conducting business, and they must bo changed to conform to law. "There was no promise on tho part of tho republican party to change the anti-trust law, except to strengthen it, or to authoriro monopoly and suppres sion of competition nnd control of prices, and those who look forward to such a change cannot now visit the ro sponsibm'v for their mistake on inno cent persons. "Of course the government at Wash ington can be counted on to enforce tho law in tho way best calculated to prevent tho destruction of public con fidence in business, but that it must enforco the law goes without saying. "I am glad to be present and meet your distinguished governor, whoso name is such a power before tho peo plo of this state and of the country that to loso him as a candidate for governor by his voluntary withdrawal is to lose the strongest asset the republican party HUNDREDS IN FLEET NOT ABLE TO SWIM WASHINGTON, D. C, February 12. Attention is directed in an official re port by Admiral Schrocder, in command of tho Atlantic fleet, now engaged in practice maneuvers in Guantnnnmo "bay, Cuba,, to the remarkable fact that more than 2,500 men in the fleet cannot swinu In a brief report of tho fleet's opera tions during the last week, made by Admiral Schroeder, tho commander says instructions were held for tho men who aro not at homo in the water. See lliller's Menu on Society page. CANDIES AT REDUCED PRICES Tho Adams' Confectionery are making reductions of JOc to 25c on all candies. U 1FR180S1 ill GREAT ISN V Local and Professional Tal ent Will Combine in Big Production "The Mhn from Boston,' comedv to be presented at . pr V T has in the state to tho next election." emiblo it to win at BOY BADLY BEATEN HEAD WITH SHOVEL . As the result of an attack which he made upon Cipriano Ampriano, nt Ueppy, on the Arizona Eastern line yes terday, Timoteo Santa Cruz will bo ar rested today, upon a charge of assault with a deadly weapon. . Santa Cruz, according to a report brought hero last night by 0. W. Prickett, in chargo of the construction gang on which tho men were employed, struck Ampriano over tho head with a heavy shovel, without provocation. Ampriano, who is only a boy, received a gash hoveral inches- in length across the head and was rendered unconscious. Santa Cruz' has been in numorous dif ficulties of late and is said to bo of a very quarrelsome nature. Prickett filed a complaint against tho man and ho will bo arrested today, by tho local authorities. HERMANN'S FATE IN HANDS OF JURYMEN No Agreement Reached 'Up to Late Iloiir Last Night PORTLAND, February 12. Tho fate of Bingcr Hermann, formor congress man of Oregon and oxcommissioner of tho general land office, whoso ti;ial for conspiracy to defraud the government in connection with tho establishment of tho Bluo fountain forest reserve in this states has just closed, is in the hands of tho jury. Following tho reading of lengthy in structions by Judge Wolverton, the jury retired at 11:03 this'' morning and up to n lato hour'tonight thero was no indi cation of an approaching agreement. a musical Dreamland next Thursday nicht, promises to be one of tho most entertaining produc tions of its kind ever given m this city, judging from the nature of tho piece and showing which is being made jit rehearsals. I'or several days, tho members of tho cast have beongoing through al most daily rehearsals of thojr parts and early this" week, the production will be rehearsed in full. All of the members of the cast, amateurs as well as profes sionals, aro showing an nptitudo to their lines and an interpretation of their mus ical numbers which promises much for the coming Elks' show. In presenting "The Man from Bos ton," tho Wks aro fortunate in having plonty of professional backing in the cast Tho members of the Reed and Arbucklo company will have a promi nent part, Billy Cummings and Y.A Keith, professionals, will bo seen in parts to their advantage, .and mnhy other members of fho local lodge of Elks, who have an aptitude for nro ductions, such as "Tho Man from Bos- An aching back is instantly relieved by an application of Sloan's Liniment. This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky plasters. It penetrates without rubbmg through the skin and muscular tissue right to the bone, quickens the blood, relieves congestion, and gives permanent as well as ' temporary relief. Here's the Proof. Mr. .Iamcs C. Lkk, of IKK) Oth St., S.i:.,Vnsli!iy ton, I.C, rites : Thirty jeare ago 1 fell from a ccafToM ami terU oiiMylnjuretlmyback. 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