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Wednesday, March 9, 1910.
Page Four Whalley Lumber and Planin Opposite Arizona Eastern Railway Offices SOUTH BROAD ST. Telephone Main 328 P. O. Box 1389 CAN SAVE CONTRACTORS MONEY ON BRIDGING AND FRAMES. CAN ALSO SAVE MONEY ON MISSION FURNITURE DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Company Mill Mining and Financial News iTn nn-jtjijTj'ijOM''''''inriinririnrvir-in-ri'j-"j-' "- " i i ' DULNESS FOLK G. MORNING IN TRADING Early Rise in Prices Calls Forth Free Selling Jo Take Profits NEW'YOHK, March 8. Tlio dull ness which overcame) tho stock market after lively dealings in tno morning was duo to discouragement over ob stacles to tho efforts niado to continue the advance in prices. Free, selling to lealizo profits was tho most material hindrance. Bonds irregular. Total sales $3,497, 000. United States bodns unchanged. METAL QUOTATIONS NKW YORK, March 8. Tho market for standard copper on tho Now York metal exchange was firm today with spot, March and April cosine at 13.15 to 13.45; May nnd June, 13.20 to 13.45. Lako copper, 13.G2& to 13.87U-; elec trolytic, 33.371,1. to 13.02; and cast ing 13.12 to 13.23. Tin quiet with spot 32.40 to 32.02; March and April, 32.40 to 32.00; Mjiy, 32.50 to 32.60; June, 32.50 to 32.70. Lead quiot with spot at 4.50 to 4.00 In New York and 4.35 to 4.45 in Knst St. Louis. Spelter quiet with spot at 5.G0 to 5.80 in New York and 5.00 to 5.70 in East St. Louis. Silver 50; Mexicans 44. ! QUOTATIONS By rEANK J. GRAF Tho New York market was stronger in spots with advances in Steel btocks, New York Central, -St. Paul, Brooklyn Rapid Transit and a few others. Tho balance of tho list, while quiet, was firm nnd it shows that tho big interests aro again in tho market, and it looks as if better markets will bo had until the trust decisions aro handed down. In tho Boston market, Calumet & Arizona, Franklin, Utah Consolidated and Ray Consolidated wero tho leaders with better prices. Tho balance of the market, whilo unchanged, is firmer. In tho curb market activity was con fined to Cumberland Kly, Indiana and Ray Central. Ray Central sold to 3.87, but selling broko tho prico to 3.75. Live Oak is becoming stronger, with bids at 10.75 failing to locato any of tho stock. Keystono is showing hot ter demand, with light offerings at that price. Warrior is weak, with closing sales at 10.12. Cordova stocks aro dead, without a bid in tho market. Inspira tion is firm, with sales up to 8.87. The balance ai tho -list is unchanged over yesterday. New York Close American Smelters 88.87 American Sugar 120.00 Atchison 118.50 JB. & 0 113.37 Frank J. Graf Broker TEUST BUILDING, GLOBE, ARIZ. Sultan & Wayne MINING ENGINEERS Globe Elec. Light & Power Sldg. B, O. BOX 267 171 MESQUITE ST. TEL. 1121 ASSAYS MINE SAMPLING IL E. BIEEOE W. BINKLEY SATCHELL, VAN WAGENEN & SATCHELL ENGINEEKS, CHEMISTS, MIN EROLOGISTS DEPUTY MINER AL SURVEYORS. Rooms 10, 12 and 14 Trust Bldg. GLOBE, ARIZONA B. R. T. 77 75 Canada Pacific 1 S0.50 C. F. & 1 43.00 Krio 33.12 Croat Northern 138.73 L. & N 154.00 Mexico Central 28.00 Missouri Pacific "2.50 National Lead 85.25 Now York Central i 125.50 Northern Pacific ., 139.23 O. & V :....'.. 40.50 Pennsylvania 137.37 Reading '...170.12 Rock Island 50.G2 St. Paul HS.75 Southern Pacific 129.37 Southorn Railway 31.00 T. & P r. 31.30 Union Pacific 'HSM- Western Union 77.75 U. S. Steel, com 80.00 U. -S. Steel, pfd 122.37 Boston- O'.oso Amalgamated 83.00 Anaconda 51.87 Adventure . ...." '. 9.00 Arizona Commercial ?...i 39.25 AHouea .-;. 50.50 Arcadian I.i ,. 8.00 Atlantic l.25 Butto Coalition 2G.75 Boston Consolidated i 20.00 O. & A "8.00 C. & II 025.00 Centennial ' 23.00 Copper Range 78.00 Daly West 8.50 (Iranby S7.Q0 Franklin 22.25 Ureeno Can 10.50 Islo Royalo 22.00 Ijako 78.73 Mass ... . , 5.75 Mohawk .' 05.00 Michigan . .'. .. .' J... 7.00 North Butto .-..-. 43.50 Nevada Consolidated 24.50 Old Dominion 43.50 Ojibwny 11.50 Osceola , 153.00 Parrott .. ..'...".. .: .' 20.00 Shannon , 15.25 Quincy 89.00 Superior Copper . .V. 58.75 Ray Consolidted . . 21.23 Trinity ... ...', 8.50 Tamarack '. G9.00 U. S. Smelting 48.30 Utah Copper 52.50 Utah Consolidated 32.50 Victoria 4.75 Winona 10.50 Wolverino 113.00 Curb Close American (asked) .y .. 2, Arizona Michigan '. . . . Black Mountain (asked) Arizpo Balaklava , 10, Boston Corbin 17., Braden . . . , 4, Boston Kly 3, Butto Arizona Butte & London Bohemia 15, Cactus 5, Calumet & Montana 1, Calumet & Sonora 19, Carmen ...-.. 1. Chemung .77". . '..'.-. 12, Chief Consolidated 2, Cordova (asked) coidova, lull paid (asked) 2, Chino ' 14 Cortcz 2, Cumberland (Kly 7, Davis Daly 3, Dul Soiiora 3, Dcnu Arizona (asked) 2. East Butto 10. Elcnita G. Kly Consolidated Kly Central .t 1. First National . . . . y 4, Oila S, Oiroux 10, Helvetia 4. Hancock ." 23, Indiana . ,. 40, Inspiration 8, Keweenaw 1, Keystone 4, La Rose 4, La Salle , 17, Live Oak v 19, Mangus 3, Mason Valley 1. Miami 24, Nipissing .. .., 10 National North Lake 23 Ohio 4 Pinto (asked) , Ray Central 2.75 Ravon 40 San Antonio S.50 Santa l"e 2.00 Santa Rosalia 1.23 Savanna , 1.73 .?.'inttuck .. 20.30 Superior & Globe .., 1.00 Sierra (asked) 4.00 Superior & Pittsburg 13.75 superior & Boston 14.00 Warrior 10.12 Twin Buttes 30 Warren (asked) 2.25 Wolveiino Arizona (asked) SO Yuma 1.25 Why not spend a pleasant hour at Dreamland tonight and encourage tho kids. BUCKEYE RAILROAD PROJECT AG WILL GALL MASS MEETING SOON ( Continued From Pago One.) REVIVED Promoters Want Phoenix to Dig Up Increased Bonus For New Line PHOKNIX, March 8. Tho Buckeye Railroad company, organized a year ago to construct a lino from Phoenix to Buckeye, failing through tho impos sibility of financing tho project in time to take advantago of tho tax oxemption law, now announces that if tho re mainVler of tho right of way is furnish ed and the bonus of $25,000 raised a years ago is increased to $50,000, in the ndxt ten days, tho company will guarantee to construct a line and have it in operation by July 1, 1910, as far west of Phoenix as the Hassayampa river, approximately forty miles. Tho construction is to bo with sixty-five pound rails. Tho financing will bo dono by Por ter, Fishbeck & Co., of Chicago, through W. B. Raymond of Los Angeles. A company, composed of Phoenix men be lieves tho property will bo belf-sustain-ing after the first year and wants a bonus for taxes and interest until then. It claims to bo independent of any railroad system, but if the project is successful, and any system seeks to buy, it will sell on a proper considera tion. It denies that it is a Southern Pacific enterprise, though it approx imately fills ii link in one of that com pany's projected through lines. The Phoenix board of trade has appointed a committeo to secure the bonus. Public Stenographer and Typist Mrs. M. B. Johnston, Chamber of Commerce, next to Postoffice. McElroy tor framing pictures. DECLAMATION WILL E T UK Proceeds of Fine Program Will Send Winner of Con test to Tempe Phone 1001 (Established 1904) P. O. Box 282 THE H. H. BRU CO., Inc., Brokers Correspondents with Meinben of Boston and New York Stock Exchanges. BPEOIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO BOSTON COPPERS AND ALL CURB STOCKS 144 TRUST BUILDING GLOBE. ARIZONA P. O. BOX 819 PHONE 1711 WILSON & WAYNE BROKERS Stocks, Bonds and Mine Investments. Listed and Unlisted Securities. Local Stocks, Curbs. At Dreamland tonight six young people of the Globe school will com pete lor a gold medal offered by Hon. Ueorgo W. P. Hunt for the best work in declamation. Whoever wins the gold medal will be entitled to repre sent Globe at the territorial contest at Tempo next Saturday night, and will bo sent provided the patronage of to night's entertainment is sulhcicnt to fnrnish tho necessary funds. Tempo provides tree entertainment for all representatives but tho trans portation must be provided for, and as it is necessary that a chaperono be provided also, this makes the total ex penso of a delegation from Globe about $70. This Tempo contest is an annual function conducted by,tho Tempe Nor mal Student, the official journal of tho Normal school. Two medals are offered by The Student, one silver and ono gold. Nearly all the high schools of Arizona send representatives to this an nual contest, and its influence will, as time goes on prove a great power for the improvement of the general tone of both reading and reciting in the en tire territory. This is an accomplish ment well worthy of cultivation among our young people, but it has fallen into moro or less ot disrepute largely because of the overdoing of tho art by numerous "elocutionists" who used to travel, giving entertainments in which they would rant and rave and tear 'their hair most distressingly. It was this class of readers that Bill Nyo so aptly denominated "Yellocu tiouists," and that they existed three hundred years ago is proven by Ham. Jet's instruction to the players: "Oh, theio be playcis that I have seen play, and heard others praise, and that high ly, that neither having the accent of Christians, nor tho gait of Christian, pagan, nor man, have so strutted and bellowed that I have thought some of nature's journeymen had made men and not made them well, the imitated hu manity so abominably." No one can wish for the return of such a travesty on leading, but every encouragement should be given to all efforts toward the intelligent inter- pietation of literaturo through tho medium of a good voice, distinct utter ance and proper emphasis. Such read ing desenes as much attention as is gnen to music, and it is this intelli gent leading that these contests seek to promote. An attractive program will bo pre sented this evening, consisting of tho work of the six contestants, liberally interspersed with good music. Tho mug people deserve generous pat lounge and should be greeted by a packed house. volt road and tho construction of the Copper Hill road aro also matters of im portance. Committee Matters The reports of a number of commit tees of tho chamber shows that the various departments of tho local com mercial body have not uecn iuic mir ing tho past few weeks. Tho road committeo reported that tho matter of securing a right of way for a new road to connect with tho Globe Roosevelt road was progressing rapidly and that there will apparently be lit tlo difficulty in securing tho necessary ground for tho roadway. Superintendent DoweH of the Old Dominion has assisted in tho work of making a plat of the road as it passes over tho property 'of that company, and when President Charles Smuner Smith of that company arrives here in a few weeks, tho matter will be taken up with him. It is not believed that any great difficulty will bo encountered in securing this portion of the right of way, or that other property owners af fected by the new road will offer any opposition. A number of other committee mado brief reports, showing that they are working and will accomplish their ends within a short timo. Secretary's Report Secretary Rohrabacher mado an ex cellent report to tho chamber, which was received with applause. In his report ho state dthat sjnee taking charge of the work on February 1, an active effort to secure additional members had resulted in tho enrollment of forty-three additional active mem bers. Subscriptions to tho amount of approximately $3,000 have been re ceived, the chambor is now located in its own home, the furniture has been paid for, tho rent paid for tho present month and with no outstanding debts, there is now a balance of $300 in the treasury. Ho made a strong argument in favor of moro general subscriptions, to the end that attractive literature concern ing tho Globe district might bo pre pared for tho pTircosc of advertising the district and received many faorable responses, including a talk from Judge Lewis, who held that the county could well assist in this work, if the funds were available. Chairman Pat Rose of tho county board of supervisors in re lv stated that while the county fathers wero in favor of advertising, that ad ditional expenditures in the way of jail construction during tho present year would preclude any offer of assistance at the present time. Since February 15, tho occasion of tho last regular meeting of the cham bor, tho following new members have been enrolled: J. W. Bennic, Hermann Cook, .T. II. Sussman, J. Parke Chan ning, A. Lcwisohn, B. Britton Gotts-, bcrger, N. O. Lawton, J. Weinberger, W. D. Fisk, G. W. Shutc, J. W. Mur phy, William Whalley, Peter Wilson, George II. Dowell, Fred Hengehold, I L. Wightman. Included in this list arc not ly many representative business and profession al men of this city, but prominent offi cials of tho Miami Copper company, tho Old Dominion Copper Mining & Smelting company, and the Arizona Commercial Copper company as well. Since tho reorganization of tho chamber of commerce, its strength, financially, and in the way of member ship has" greatly increased and with this growth has como a new spirit of enthusiasm among its members which promises to mako tho local commercial body one of tho strongest in the terri tory. B,vcn yet, however, the Globe chamber of commerce is onlv in its in fancy and with a continuation of pres ent conditions, it will become a great factor in the public and business life of Globe and tho Globe district. Opening at Fort's Thursday and Fri day, March 10 and 11. Buy some tickets for tonight 's enter tainment and help send a Globe repre scntative to Tempe. Watch for Sultan Brothers' display of Men's Furnishings, tho greatest ever shown in Globe, and prices to suit. STANDARD OIL FILE IF H I G H OURT Oral Arguments on Dissolu tion Will Be Begun on Next Monday WASHINGTON, D. C, March S. Basing its case largely on tho claim that tho corporations which merged with the Standard Oil company of New Jersey in 1890 were non competing at that time, and on allegations that the interpretation given the Sherman anti trust law by tho lower court would strike down its business, tho Standard Oil company filed in tho supreme court of the United States today its brief against tho dissolution of tho organi zation. Dissolution was ordered by the cir cuit court of tho United States for the eastern district of Missouri on a peti Cook & Company, Bankers GLOBE, ARIZONA J. N. PORTER W. D. FISK J. S. COOK Capital -Surplus -Personal liability $25,000.00 General Banking Business Transacted. $5 000 00 er en Paid' on Savings Accounts ,ci-rt Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent $250,000.00 Collateral and Escrow Loans The Globe Brick and Construction Company HERBERT J. MANN, Prcs. CLARENCE T. SEIPP, Secy and Treas. MANUFACTURERS OF COMMON BRICK MASON and CONCRETE CONTRACTORS Cement Sidewalks Concrete Walls Fireplaces OFFICE, ROOM 34, TRUST BLDG. P. O. BOX 826 tion filed by tho government in 1900. Whether tho decree of dissolution will stand will come up Monday in oral argument. Frank Kellogg is now putting the finishing touches to tho briefs of tho government, whilo Attorney General Wiekcrsham is understood to bo pre paring tho oral argument. The argument of counsel for the Standard supports tho contention that tho corporations whose stocks were ex changed for stock in tho Standard of New Jersey, were non-competitors, is based on the assertion that they were allowed at tho time the samo proportion and by the same people who owned tho Standard. It is claimed that tho meth od of organization in 1899 was dictated by economic reasons of business ere ated by the individual defendants John D. Rockefeller, Win. Rockefeller, Arch bold, Oliver II. Payne, Henry Flagler, Charles Pratt and Henry II. Rogers, tho lawful success of which, it is as serted, was tho legitimate reward of what described an unusual risk, energy, skill and plenty of capital. Opening at Fort's Thursday and Fri day, March 10 and 11. Don't miss tho Declamatory contest tonight. Dreamland, eight o'clock. Send some of the special Mining Editions of tho Silver Belt to your friends abroad. A few left at tho low prico of 25 cents each. CANDIES ! Where do you gel thernf At Anderson's, of course, the home of homo mado candies. Something now in tho way of Candies never seen in Globe before. Come in and try some and go away satisfied. And do not forget that wo also mako the best Ice Cream in tho city. Special prices to parties or receptions. ANDERSON CANDY COMPANY TO PLAY ROOSEVELT AGIST TEDDY Former President Will Asked to Tour Coun try for Taft Be WASHINGTON, D. C, March 9. Tho cropublican congressional campaign committee, it is reported tonight, has taken the initial steps to resist RooscA vclt in the coming campaign. Officers of tho committee havo been in correspondence with Roosevelt have unfolded a plan which contemplates a spectatcular spcechmaking tour of the iwcst, partcularly the states where tho so-called insurgent movement is mili tant. ' The former president's attention is said to havo been called to tho fact that in 1900 Taft, then secretary of war, made a tour of the west upholding the policies lof Roo"ievdlt -and appealing for his return to the republican house. That it will bo comparatively easy to convince Roosevelt that "Turn about is fair play" is said to be the belief of the committee. Opening at Fort's Thursday and Fri day, March 10 and 11. A SWOLLEN JAW is not pretty nor pleasant. Whether it is caused by neuralcia, toothache or accident, Ballard s Snow Liniment will reduce the swelling and relievo the pain. The great and sure cure for rheumatism, cuts, burns, bruises, scalds any and all aches and pains. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. TODAY And Every Day This Week at 2:30 p. m. at the Iris Theater Miss Anna Virginia Miller, of Kansas City, Mo., noted lecturer and demonstrator on COOKERY will give practical demonstrations FREE Remember Miss Miller will COOK and SERYE everything during the Lecture. PROGRAM FOR TODAY Subject: Breakfast and Luncheon Dishes Dishes prepared: Broiled Sausage, Lattice Potatoes, Potato Salad, Boiled Salad Dressing, Pin Wheels. Come and get one of the neat recipe cards for each day's dishes FREE. There is absolutely no charge for anything connected with Miss Miller's demonstrations. At the Iris Theater at 2:30 p. m. Globe Light & Power Company