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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Friday, March 18, 1910.
Telephone Opposite Arizona Eastern
Main 328 Railway Offices
P. O. Box J
1389 SOUTH BROAD ST.
CAN SAVE CONTRACTORS MONEY ON BRIDGING AND FRAMES. CAN ALSO SAVE MONEY ON MISSION FURNITURE
Tage Four
M
imng and financial news
'.mxrinj"Lxriji-LrLi'VLr"BiT " " "" .
SUDDEN ADVANCE IN
IN
Stocks Stronger and Bonds
Show Weakness Metals
Quiet and Lower
XEW YORK.wllnrch 17. The finan
cial event of tho day was nil advance
bv a full 1 per cent to -1 per cent in
tho official discount rate of tho Hank
of England. Tho usual gradation by
which changes arc made in tho bank
rate is half of 1 per cent and tho full
figure, is an indication of an emergency
measure.
Bonds did not sliaro in tho strength
of stocks. Total sales, $2,:!lo,000.
United States 3's declined Vi per cent.
METAL QUOTATIONS
XKYi YORK, March 17. Tho market
for btandnrd copper in Xow York was
easy with spot at 13.20 asked; March,
18.li"), asked; April and May, nominal.
Lake copper, 13.37 to 13.02; elec
trolytic, 13.12 to 13.27 and casting,
13.00 to 13.25.
Tin easy with spot 31.5."5 to 31.7a;
March, 31.55 to 31.05; April, 31.55 to
31.70; May, 31.00 to 31.80; June, 31.05.
Lead was weak with .spot 4.45 to 4.55
in Xew York and 4.25 to 4.32 for
East St. Louis delivery. ,
Spelter nominal with spot 5.05 hid
in Xew York and 5.02 asked in Kast
St. Louis.
Silver, 513-S; Mexicans, 41.
QUOTATIONS
'
IIOSTOX, March 17, Special Market
Letter tAfter n slightly weikcr open
ing, the market showed a tendency to
rally, and during the rest of tho ses
sion, whatever activity there was, camo
from tho rallies. In 'tho Boston market
thero wero a few orders for North
Butte, Lako and Xorth Lake; but they
succeeded in rallying tho prices only
fractionally. Xear tho close good buy
ing camo in for Superior & Boston and
the rally to 10 was very sharp, prob
ably no stock coming out.
Wo think tho general short interest
is becoming too heavy and a rally is
about duo. Well posted peoplo nro bul
lish on tho intrinsic merits of stocks
at present prices, and we- consider tho
market distinctly a purchase for a long
pull.
PAIXE WEBBER & CO.
DISCOUNT
RATE
LONDON
New York Close
American Smelters .... 85.75 S0.00
Amalgamated 7S.00 78.12
Anaconda 49.12 49.25
B. It. T 75.75 75.87
C. F. & 1 3S.50 39.75
Erie 30.12 30.37
5L K. & T 42.02 42.75
Missouri Pacific 70.00 71.00
Reading 100.75 100.87
Hock Island 49.25 49.50
Southern Pacific 127.02 127.75
Union Pacific 180.12 1SG.25
St. Paul 14fi25 144.50
U. S. Steel, com 85.37 85.50
Utah Copper 49.50 50.00
Boston Close
Adventuro 8.00 8.75
Arizona Commercial .. 33.75 34,00
Boston Corbin 18.25 ....
Sultan & Wayne
MINING ENGINEERS
Globe Elec. Light & Power Bldg.
P. O. BOX 2b7
171 MESQUITE ST.
TEL. 1121
ASSAYS
MINE SAMPLING
H. E. BIERCE W. BINKLEY
SATCHELL, VAN WAGENEN
& SATCHELL
ENGINEERS, CHEMISTS, MIN
ERALOGISTS DEPUTY MINER
AL SURVEYORS.
Rooms 10, 12 and 14 Trust Bldg.
GLOBE, ARIZONA
PHONE C3
(Established 1904)
THE H. H. BRU CO., Inc., Brokers
Correspondents with Members of Boston and Now York Stock Exchanges.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO BOSTON COPPERS AND ALL
CURB STOCKS
AMSTER BLDG. GLOBE, ARIZONA
P. O. BOX 819 PHONE 1741
WILSON & WAYNE
BROKERS
Stocks, Bonds and Mine Investments. Listed and Unlisted Securities.
Local Stocks, Curbs.
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mjxin-nrirun-i-Lr
Boston Consolidated ...
Atlantic
Calumet & Arizona
Copper Range
Hast Butte
Centennial ... ........
rranklin
(ireeno Cananea
(liroux
Hancock
Helvetia ..:
Indiana
Keweenaw
La Sallo
Lako
Michigan
Miami
Nevada Consolidated . .
Xorth Butto
O.jibway
Old Dominion (ox. div.)
Shannon
Superior & Pittsburg . . .
Superior & Boston ....
Trinity
Ray Consolidated
U. S. Smelting
Utah Consolidated ....
Curbs
I
Arizona Colorado
10.37
9.75
72.00
75.50
10.50
20.25
10.12
10.25
0.12
2.37
3.50
40.00
4.75
15.75
77.00
0.87
23.25
23.37
41.25
10.00
41.50
11.02
13.75
15.50
.S.25
22 12
4G50
31.75
10.50
10.00
73.00
70.00
21.00
19.50
10.37
9.25
2.G2
3.75
40.50
5.12
10.35
78.50
7.50
23.50
23.75
41.50
10.50
43.00
14.87
34.00
10.00
S.50
23.37
47.00
32.00
.10
.00
10.00
,4.12
1.25
Arizona Michigan .
Bohemia
Boston Ely
Butto Ely
.40
15.50
3.S7
1.00
Irishmen Celebrate in Chicago
TAFT SPEAKS TO
LOYAL SOUS
OF El
lias Strenuous Day Cele
brating St. Patrick's Day
in Chicago
OUTLINES HISTORY
OP PATRON SAINT
Pays High Tribute to Irish
as Soldiers in Wars "
of America
CHICAGO. March 17. St. Patrick's
Day was notably remembered in Chicago
today, tho brunt tt tho celebration rail
ing on President Tnft, who was a thor
oughly tired man when his train left, to
night for Rochester, X. Y.
During tho day lie spoko to members
of tho Chicago Xewspaper club, tho
Traffic club, to a mass meeting, to tho
members and guests of tho Hamilton
club, and twice at functions provided by
tho Irish Fellowship club, his post for
tho day. In theso speeches, tho presi
dent, whoso increased case in oratory
was quite generally remarked, touched
upon "Statesmen Correspondents,"
who colored facts to suit their views,
and to tho railway men of the Traffic
club ho expressed his trust in the senso
of justico of tho American peoplo. Ho
averred that ho had learned more in
tho first year of his administration
that ho could hope to assimilate in tho
noxt three.
Taft's address at tho banquet of the
Irish Fellowship club follows:
"It is two years sinco I tasted the
Ann flavor of vour hospitality at a
luncheon where my stay was only two
short for my pleasure. When your
honorable committed visited me, there
fore, I yielded to tho temptation and
ag'ced to again become your guest
when you should meet to celebrato tho
day that awakens tho heart throbs of
every truo son of Ireland.
" 'St. Patrick's day in tho morning.'
I never quite understood tno sig
nificance of tho last three words, un
less it meant that tho brightness of the
morning did not wear away until long
into tho niglit o tho day in tno spun
of those who aro loyal to the anni
versary "On such an occasion as this, one's
mind turns naturally to tho history of
that beautiful island 'With her back
toward England and her face to tho
west' and tho part that St. Patrick
played in her civilization and develop
ment. "St. Patrick was probably born on
tho banks of tho Severn at a town ho
called Bannaventa, threo hundred and
eighty-nine years after tho birth of
Christ. Ho was thcson of a British
Celt and Roman citizen named Cal-
P. O. BOX 1449
II
- 'irr-r- J-iTyfJ" - - ---
Cactus
Chino
Calumet & Montana . .
Calumet Corbin
Colorado Mining
Cumberland Ely
Chief Consolidated . . .
Cortez
Cordova, $2 paid ....
Cordova, full paid . . , .
Ely Central .
Gila
Iron Blossom
Inspiration
Maugus
Keystone (new)
Livo Oak
L. S. & A.
Montana Clinton
Mason Valley
National-Min. Exp. .,
Ohio Copper
Pinto
Rawhido Royal
Ray Central
Superior & Globo
St. Mary
San Antonio ,
Savannah ... ,
Sioux Consolidated . . ,
Warrior Development
4.75
14.87
.85
.SO
.74
7.00
o o-
2!s7
5.00
15.00
".85
.7S
.7.50
2.50
3.00
.85
2.50
1.25
S.37
.97
1.19
8.00
.93
8.50
3.25
4.G2
20.00
1.50
.30
1.75
.48
4.31
8.09
3.50
4.S7
'2.06
.35
1.87
.50
4.37
!05
3.09
.99
' .-25
10.75
2.12
".'39
10.37
.02
3.44
.95
10.25
1.87
.37
10.12
Public Stenographer and Typist
Mrs. M. B. Johnston, Chamber of
Commerce, next to Postoflice.
4 5 2 $$2S'S$$
PIECE OP OLD
SOD VANISHES
FROM CHICAGO
CHICAGO, MaTCli 17. What
became of a piece of tho "Ould
Sod" on which President Taft was
to have stood while addressing
the St. Patrick's banquet to-
niglit, is something of a mystery.
in any event, most of tho sod dis-
appeared.
Tho sod was imported so that
tho president might address tho
Irish-Americans from the real soil
of the Emerald Island. It was
first reported missing from tho
ship on which it was being car-
ried, but this proved false.
Upon arrival in Chicago, it was
stored in tho La Sallo hotel, wbero
tho banquet was served tonight.
Ever sinco its arrival crowds of
Irishmen and Irishwomen visited
tho hdtel to get sight of a tangible
bit of tho Fatherland.
These, in somo cases, undoubted-
ly carried away small pieces of tho
sod, but tho heavy inroad is said
to have -been tonight, just how,
though, is not clearly explained.
When the disappearance was
discovered, the official explanation
included tho statement that tho
sod was altogether too bulkly for
tho banquet room.
purnius and his wife Concessa. They
wero of the same raco as those for
whom ho lived and died.
Patrick a Bondsman
"When, during the mutation of the
Roman empire, protection was with
drawn from Britain, young Patrick, at
tho age of 10, was captured by an Irish
marauding force and taken to Ireland,
and there, for six years, in tho far
western part of Connaught, served in
bondago as a herdsman.
"Escaping from the island on a ship
from Wjcklow harbor after six years,
ho landed in France, somewhere near
Bordeaux, and, wandering across the
then desolated face of Gaul, ho reached
OFFICIAL STATEMENT BY
DIRECTOR OF THE CENSUS
Purposes, Aims and Rules
Governing Decennial
Enumeration
On April 15, in tho present year,
1910, tho census of the United States
begins. It occurs overy ten years.
It is tho basis of tno distribution
among the states of representation in
the national house of representatives.
It is also tho means by which tho
United States government ascertains
tho increase in the population, agri
culture, industries, and resources of the
nation.
It is required by tho Constitution
and by act of congress.
Census for Statistical Purposes Only
The information sought will bo used
solely for general statistical purposes.
It will neither bo published nor used in
any other way to discloso facts regard
ing any individual or enterprise.
The census is not, never has been,
and can not be employed to obtain in
formation than can be used in any way
in tho assessment of property for pur
poses of taxation or tho collection of
taxes, national, state, or local; for de
portation proceedings; extradition
measuies; armv or navy conscription;
compulsory school attendance; child
labor law "prosecutions; quarantine reg
ulations; or in any way to affect the
life, liberty, or property tof any per
son. It has nothing whatever to do with
the detection, arrest, prosecution, or
punishment of any person, for any sus
Provence, in southern France, and in n
monastery but recently founded on the
island of Larinus, found refuge in the
cloister of St. Honoratus, and there be
came a monk.
"After a few years of monastic life,
ho returned to Britain to -visit his
home and friends, and while there he
definitely formed tho purpose of re
deeming tho island of his captivity from
paganism and bringing it within the
Christian church.
"St. Patrick introduced into Ireland
tho Latin language. It became the
language of tho church all over tho
island and made a union with Rome
that never has been broken. He laid
tho foundation of culture and spread
ot education and developments in liber
al arts which put Ireland in tho fore
front or civilization lor a thousand
years.
Ireland Has Suffered
"Her history thereafter is a Gad
one. Had tho Romans conquered her
as they did Britain and had the Saxons
followed and then tho Normans, so as
to make a homogeneous people, cover
ing the threo islands with the same
history and tho same interests and the'
same race, wo should not havo had tho
tale of sorrow, injustice, outrage, suf
fering and neglect that fill tho page3
of Irish history from soon after the
Norman conquest.
"Certainly not, until tho nineteenth
and twentieth centuries, havo govern
mental measures been adopted in Ire
land to better tho conditions of tho
Irish people. During tho centuric3
preceding the. nineteenth and clear
back to tho timo of tho Tudors, they
havo been tho subject of legislation,
tho whole purpose of which was tho
selfish exploitation, not of the Irish peo
ple, but of tho dominant country.
"In all our wars. Irishmen havo
been to tho front in tho Revolution;
in tho War of 1812; in tho Mexican
war and in tho Civil war. They are
naturally a warlike peoplo and their
patriotic love for their adopted coun
try made them soldiers in the army of
the Union than whom there was no
moro daring, no more effective than
they.
"For this club you could have no
moro suitable name than the Irish Fel
lowship club, for if you called it tho
Irish cluby it would bo of necessity a
Fellowship club. If you called it a
Fellowship club, it would bo tho reason
able presumption that it must bo Irish.
"I am glad to be here. I am glad
to feel tho inspiration of one's kind
that permeates this entire country and
I shall long carry in grateful remem
brance your cordial greeting."
Talks of Conservation
Referring to conservation, the presi
dent gave Roosevelt credit for the in
ception of the conservation movement
and added:
"A lot of western senators and con
scientious statesman look on conserva
tion fiom a viewpoint of twenty to
thirty years ago. I believe in getting
people on the land, regardless of reser
vation or conservation. I have no criti
cism of them, but believo we are con
certing them."
Speaking ot tho withdrawal ot three
million acres of oil land in California,
the president said:
"Wo want to enablo congress to make
proper rules for tho acquisition of this
land in reference to prospecting them
for oil. Xow some gentlemen with long
purses who can do that sort of thing
because they can stand litigation are
locating that land, although I have
withdrawn it. Tho little fellow does not
because ho don't want to face a law
suit. We are apt to get into litigation
over the lands withdrawn, if it is de
cided the withdrawal power does not
exist, and you sec where the embar
rassment would be. But by nn act of
congress we can keep it. '
A harp of shamrocks was sent by
John Redmond and presented to. Taft.
Secret service men arrested a man
giving the name of "Dick .Short," who
tried to follow tho president into the ho
tel. Ho said he was ii newspaper man,
which was proven untrue.
N
pected, or nctuai, violation of the law,
whether of a citf, or state, or national
government, Or of a foreign nation.
Census Inquiries Defined by Congress
Tho census inquiries arc defined by
act of congress. Tho questions on tho
schedules arc framed by the director of
tho eonsus in conformity with that act.
They apply to all persons living in the
United States on April 15, next, the
"Census Day." Tho camo questions
are asked about each person. AIL per
sons must answer all the questions.
The Questions Regarding Persons
Tho census law, with reference to
population, requires that tho enumera
tor's questions shall, for each inhao
itant, call for:
"Tho nailic, relationship to head of
family, color, sex, age, conjugal condi
tion, place of birth, plaeo of birth of
parents, number of years in the United
States, citizenship, occupation, whether
or not employer or employee, and, if
employee, whether or not employed at
the date of enumeration, April 15, 1910,
and tho number of months unemployed
during the precedin r calendar year
(1909), whether or not engaged in agri
culture, school attendance, literacy, and
tcnuio of home, and whether or not a
survivor of tho Union or Confederate
army or navy; and the name and ad
dress of each bli-ud or deaf and dumb
person.
Questions Regarding Agriculture
The same law, with reference to
agriculture, requires that tho enumer
ator's Questions shall call for:
"Tho name, color, and country of
birth of occupant ot eacli farm, tenure,
acreage of farm, acreage of woodland
and character of timber thereon, value
Cook & C
Capital - . -
Surplus -Personal
liability
The Globe Brick and Construction Company
HERBERT J. MANN, Pres. CLARENCE T. SEIPP, Secy and Treas.
MANUFACTURERS OF COMMON BRICK
MASON and CONCRETE CONTRACTORS
Cement Sidewalks Concrete Walls Fireplaces
OFFICE, ROOM 31, TRUST BLDG.
r
of farm and improvements, value of farm
implements, number and value or live
stock on farms and ranges tho acreage
of domestic animals not on farms and
ranges, and tho acreage of crops plant
ed and to bo planted during the year
of enumeration (1010), and tho acre
age of crops and the quantity and val
ue of crops and other larm products for
tho year ending December 31, (1909)
next preceding tho enumeration."
Badges Worn by Census Enumerators.
Census enumerators wearing badges
with "U. S. Census 1910" stamped on
them, will go from house to house, and
farm to farm, beginning April 13. They
aro not to bo regarded as spies, detec
tives, policemen, constables, tax asses
sors, or officers of any city, county, or
state. They are employed by the
United States bureau of tho census.
They do not represent any other de
partment of tho United States govern
mcntj.or any foreign nation.
None Affected by Their Answers
Xo person should hesitate, neglect, or
refuse to answer all tho enumerator's
questions. Ho only asks those neces
sary to fill tho schedules which are re
quired by law. Nothing that is told
him can in any way be usel to tho
detriment or damage of any person, or
his family, or his property."
Prominent People
m the Public Eye
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MISS JEAN REID.
ORIGIN OF ROD AS
UNIT OF MEASURE
Was First Used in Driving
of Oxen Yokes
The origin of the rod, pole or perch
as a lineal and superficial measure has
been traced to the rod, polo or goad
ued to urge and direct a team of oxen
pulling a plough. So it camo about
it was used as a convenient and handy
land measure in feudal times by tho
lords in allotting plots of land for" ng
licultural purposes to the villeins and
others.
One rod wide and forty long (1. o
one furrow long, deep) built up a quar
of an acre and samo depth i. e. forty
poles, one acre was a convenient
length for a furrow before turning the
plough. Of course theso lengths some
what varied in different parts of the
countrv whero soils and agriculture va
ried, but gradually the slight variations
grew less and finally the present accept
ed statutory aero was evolved.
Gnnter's chain of sixty feet (ten
square chains to the aero) was invented
by the Rev. Edmund Guntcr (1581
1020). Ho was a protessor of astrono
my at Gresham college, London, and
ingeniously adapted it to facilitate deci
mal calculations in land measurements.
Tho use of the rod in superficial meas
urements of brick work and lineally in
hedges, ditches and fences followed as
a convenient existing measure. From
the Builders Journal.
Send somo of tho Special Mining
Editions of tho Silver Belt to your
friends abroad. A fow left at tho low
prico of 25 cents each.
A MODERN INSTANCE
This is what Ellen Thorneyi'ioft Fow
ler, tho clever novelist, has to say
about tho connubial estate: "Marriage
is not necessarily that entirely blissful
state which single women imagine it to
be. In marriage, as in politics, one
can only expect the second best, not
the ideally perfect."
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$25,000.00 General Banking Business Transacted.
tc nno ftfl 4 Per Cent Paid- on Savings Accounts
; !MS! Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent
$250,000.00 Collateral and Escrow Loans
Ginger for the Temper
"Always eat ginger in tho morning,"
said a woman who until she tried the
ginger cure was anything save angelic
in tho morning hours. Ginger is tho
newly discovered cure for the "got out
of bed on the wrong side" feeling that
afflicts so many of us. "For a number
of years," says the advocate of the
ginger cure, "I havo been the victim of
my own ungqvcrnablo temper, and I
have never been able to get myself
amiable before lunchtime.
"Last week a friend presented me
with a jar of preserved ginger and my
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The quality of goods carried by ui can alwaya be depended on. We liny
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We have accommodating salesmen.
Our solicitors are competent
We make prompt deliveries
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Palace Livery
and Feed Stables
Single and Double Teams
BEST IN GLOBE
A specialty made of saddlo horses
and vehicles for mountain trips. Com
petent drivers.
R. W. STURGIS, Mgr.
Lftery Phone 428 Feed Phone 372
Easter Novelties for the Little Ones
at
RYAN'S
See Them in Our Windows
J. N. PORTER
W. D. FISK
J. S. COOK
P. O. BOX 82G
good fairy suggested to me that it would
bo a good relish for breakfast.
"Since then I have been taking it,
and my frame of mind in tho morning
has been rapidly improving, and now
1 am able to start the day as cheerily
as a typical country farmer. It is the
ginger that has worked this cure."
COMING EASY
Mrs. Gramercy What in the world
put the idea of divorce in your head?
Mjs. Park I've been so happy here
in the country with the check my hus
band sends me regularly F'm sure that
living on alimony must bo the ideal ex
istence. Brooklyn Life.
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