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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Tuesday, March 22, 1910. Opposite Arizona Eastern Railway Offices SOUTH BROAD ST. Telephone Main 328 P. O. Box . 1389 I i I CAN SAVE CONTRACTORS MONEY ON BRIDGING AND FRAMES. CAN ALSO SAVE MONEY ON MISSION FURNITURE Luaiiyu --. . n? i m I TWO nANnlilATFR Mining and financial Mews !BBU unnuiuiiiLu E Large Traders Show Wait ing Attitude Copper Weak and Lower NEW YOUK, March 21. Tho ex cessive dullness jnto thiuji dealings in stocks fell today is ascribed to a waiting nttitudo on tho part of largo upcrativo forces. Various factors wore " assigned ns tho ground for this atti tude, but it was noticeable that tho clearing up of bomo of them in tho course of tho day had little or no ef fect in onlivoning speculation. Bonds heavy. Total sales, $2,92.", 000. United States bonds unchanged. METAL QUOTATIONS NEW) YORK, March 21. Tho mar ket for standard copper on the ?Tcw York motal oxchange was weak, with spot and all deliveries to tho end of Mav nt 12.8744 to 13.12K-. Lake cop per, 13.37 to 13.62; o'ectrolytic, 13.12 to 13.37 and casting, 13.00 to 13.23. Tin closed easy with March 31.02. to 31.87; April, 31.02 to 31.85; May, 31.02 Tto 32.00. Lead weak, with spot nt 4.40 to 4.50 in New York and 4.20 to 4.?0 for East St. Louis delivery. Spelter closed weak with spot .1.55 to 5.05 in Now York and 5.35 to 5.45 in East St. Louis. Silver, 52; Mcieans, 44. QUOTATIONS ' BOSTON, March 21, Special Market Letter. Tho whole market was very dull again today, but .thcro was no ap parent liquidation and prices held firm. Hancock was most noteworthy of men tion in tho Boston market, rallying from 21 to 25, and closing at the top; there was no mows to account for ho rise, and it is probably duo to filling of an order for ono thousand shares with no stock offorcd. No to bacco decision was handed down today, and as tho supremo court adjourned for vncntiou over Easter, thoro is no pos sibility of a decision before April 4. PAINE WEBBER & CO. New York O'pso American Smelters .... 80. Amalgamated 78. Anaconda 49. B. R. T 70. DULLNESS FROM IS CAUSES .12 80.25 .25 78.50 .00 49.25 .50 70.02 .00 40.75 .12 30.25 .50 42.02 .12 71.00 .02 10S.75 .37 143.G2 .75 85.87 .25 48.73 .75 8.00 .25 33.50 .50 10.00 ,50 18.00 .00 " 19.50 .25 73.50 .50 77.50 .00 10.23 .00 21.00 .75 19.00 i.2o 10.50 C. F. & L. 40.1 Erie 30, M. K. & T 42, Missouri Pacific 70, Heading 108, St. Paul 143 U. S. Steel, com 85 Utah Copper 48 c, Boston Closo Advcnturo 7 Arizona Commercial . , 33 Atlantic 9. Boston Corbin 17.; Boston Consolidated .. 19. Calumet & Arizona ... 73. Copper Range 70. East Butto 10. Centennial 20. Franklin 18. Greene Cananca 10, Sultan & Wayne MINING ENGINEERS Globe Elec. Light & Power Bldg. P. O. BOX 2b7 tl71 MESQUITB ST. TEL. 1121 ASSAYS MINE SAMPLING K. E. BIEROE W. BINKLEY SATCHELL, VAN WAGENEN & SATCHELL ENGINEERS, CHEMISTS, MIN EROLOGISTS DEPUTY MINER AL SURVEYORS. Rooms 10, 12 and 14 Trust Bids. GLOBE, ARIZONA PHONE 63 (Established 1904) THE H. H. BRU CO., Inc., Brokers Correspondents with Members of Boston and New 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. Giroux ". 9.25 Hancock 24.50 Helvetia 3.G2 Indiana 39.87 v Keweenaw 4.S7 La Salle 10.00 Lake 77.00 Michigan G.75 Miami 22.87 Novada Consolidated .. 21,75 North Butto ,..'.. 41.00 Ojibway 10.00 Old Dominion 43.00 Shannon 14.50 Superior & Pittsburg ... 13.75 Superior & Boston .... 15.00 Trinity 8.25 Rav Consolidated 22.12 U.'S. Smelting 40.50 Utah Consolidated .... 31.75 Curbs Arizona Colorado Arizona Michigan 40 Bohemia 14.50 Boston Ely 3.S7 Butto Ely 1.00 Cactus 4.02 Chino 15.25 Calumet Montana 90 Calumet Corbin '.85 Colorado Mining 75 Cumberland Ely 7.00 Chief Consolidated .... 2.37 Cortex 2.S7 Cordova, $2 paid Cordova, full paid Ely Central 1.19 Gila 7.87 Inspiration .., S.50 Keystone (new) 4.50 Livo Oak 19.50 L. S. &-A 1.50 Mangus 3.25 Montana Clinton. ' .... Mason Valley 1.81 National Min. Exp 49 Ohio Copper 4.37 Pinto Rawhldo Royal 02 Ray Central 3.50 Superior & Globo 9.2 St. Mary San Antonio 10.50 Savannah 1.75 Sioux Consolidated 37 Warrior Development . . 10.50 23.25 3.75 40.50 3.25 10.50 77.50 41.25 10.50 43.50 11.S7 14.00 15.50 S.50 22 25 4G75 32.00 .10 .30 15.00 1.12 1.12 4.87 15.37 .99 .90 .SO 7.50 2.02 3.00 .85 2.50 1.31 8.02 5.00 20.00 2.00 3.50 .35 1.94 .50 4.50 22 !()5 3.56 .98 .25 11.50 2.00 .40 11.00 E TO SETTLE ALL Declared That All Danger of Firemen's Strike Is Averted CHICAGO, March 21. All questions in dispute between the 27,000 firemen on western railroads and tho railroad managers will bo amicably settled, ac cording to an arrangement made today by tho aid of Commissioner of Labor Neill. It was agreed by W. S. Carter, pres ident of tho Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemcn, and tho com mitteo representing the men and tho general managors' committee for for-ty-sven railroads to settlo the contro versy in the following manner. Tho question of seniority, or promo tion of old-time firemen over new nicri, and tho question of representation Tjy tho union when firemen have been pro moted to bo engineers, to bo compro mised boforo any arbitration is attempt ed. Carter said ho had no comment to make. Tomorrow tho board of arbitra tion to hear tho wage dispute will, un der tho Erdmnn act, bo composed of ono member appointed by tho firemen, ono by tho railroads and ono solected by tho chairman of tho interstate com merce commission. ITCHING ECZEMA WASHED AWAY Is it worth 25 cents for you to stop that awful agonizing itch? Surely you will spend 25 cents on your drug gist's recommendation, to cool and heal and Miotho that terrible eruption? By arrangement with tho D. D. D. Laboratories of Chicago, wo are able to mako a special offer of a 25-cent bot tlo of their oil of wintcrgrecn com pound, known as D. D. D. Prescription. Call, or writo or telephone to Palaco Drug Co. Wo absolutely know that the itch is stopped AT ONCE by D. D. D. Pre scription, and the cures all seem to be permanent. I have taken chargo of tho Ameri can Shoo Shop, on Bailoy street. First class work guaranteed. JOHN CAROLAN. P. O. BOX 1449 ARRANGEMENTMAD DSPUTE Prominent People in the Public Eye vw WILLIAM O. BRADLEY. READ THE AD Fen S. Hildrcth, for n number of years connected with tho U. S. land office at Phoenix, has an advertisement in this issuo that should have quite general reading and especially by thoso interested in public lands. Mr. Hjldreth is ono of tho best posted land men in tho southwest, is in every way reliable and business placed in his hands will receive intelli gent handling. pinIwtee Well Known Globe Resident May Be Candidate at Next Election If a movement 'which was started yesterday is carried to completion, R. L. Pinyan will bo a candidates for tho of fice of school trustee of District -No. 1, to succeed ,T. S. Miles, whose term ex pires next Saturday. Mr. Pinyan was approached by a number of his friends yesterday, who insisted that he place himself in tho UCIU IOT rue posiwuii ui buiiuui uuaiui;. Ho considered tho matter favorably and while not making a definite statement that ho would be a candidate, it is probable that he will enter tho contest. as a nronertv noitier or mis my sum a man with a long residence in Globe, Mr. Pinyan has many Iriends who will suimort him, in case he enters tho race. As yet candidates for school trustee have not gone beyond the possibility stage and just who will be in tho field remains to develop. . SPOKANE IN GETS J T I Famous Case Ended Follow ing Twenty-three Years of Litigation SPOKANE, Wash., March 21. One hundred thousand dollars' damage was awarded to .Joseph II. Boyd, a pioneer luciehunt of Spokane, against the Northern Pacific Railway company, in a judgment handed down by the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth district, according to advices just re ceived from San Francisco. The decision is the end of litigation started twenty-threo years ago and sineo then tried in a dozen courts, in cluding tho highest federal tribunal. Boyd's claim against the Coeur d'Aleno Railway & Navigation company was for $17,000, which obligation was assumed by the Hill corporation, when it; ab sorbed tho property following the fail ure. The claim was for construction work and was assigned to Boyd by tho orig ami contractor of tho line from Coeur d'Aleno to Mullan by way of Wallace, Idaho, built by I). C. Corbin, president of the Spokane International Railway company. Tho load is now part of the Northern Pacific system. Tho Hill peo ple repudiated the claim and suit fol lowed. The case was fought through all tho courts and tho litigation cost thousands of dollars. Public Stenographer and Typist Mrs. M. B. Johnston, Chamber of ' 1 UDI FDR 100,000 C jinmcrce, next to Postolhce. - -T 1 All ft X I B TICKETS Papers 'of Maurel and Frye for Alderman Declared to Be Illegal MORE THAN LEGAL NUMBER OF SIGNERS Papers of J. V. Harrington Taken Under Advisement by City Council Because they failed to comply with what arc apparently the provisions of the election laws, neither I. Wr. Frye nor A. Maurel, candidates for alderman from the fifth and sixth wards, will be able to take part in tho coming munic ipal campaign. . It is possible that J. W. Harrington, candidato for street) supervisor, will also be thrown out ot tho race. At a special meeting of the city council yesterday, the petitions of both Fryo and Maurel were rejected and that of Harrington was taken under advisement until .Thursday night. The petitions of Fryo and Maurel wcro rejected by the council by reason of the fact that tliey had been over zealous in seeming signers- for their nomination petitions and had ex ceeded the requiredd ten per cent of tho party vote cast in their respective wards at the last municipal election. Tho new election law provides that a candidato for olection must filo a petition containing at least five per cent of tho party vote at tho last election, but containing not more than ten per cent of this vote, tho percentage apply ing to wards in the case of candidates for alderman and to the entire cit- in other cases. Both Fryo and Maurel had between twenty-five and thirty per cent of tho party vote in their wards. Owing to the fact that the names of several of the signers were found to be ineligible on the petition of J. W. Harrington, his nomination petition pcttion as candidate for street super visor was found to be below the five per cent limit. At the request of L. Ii. Henry, who appeared as counsel for Far.ingtou, tho matter was laid over until Thursday night, in order that Mr. Henry might check up tho signatures. Tho petitions of all of the other can didates were found to bo in accordance with tho now election laws and their names were ordered placed on the dem ocratic ticket at tho coming primaries. I. W. Frye, whoso petition was re jected, was tho ,only republican to file a petition for any city office. As the city fathers met for the sole purpose of passing on the various nomi nation papers, no other matters were given consideration. CURE YOUR KIDNEYS No Need to Take Any Further Risks-. Why will peoplo continue to suffer liiu ugunics ui luunuy cumpmiiu, uucjt ache, urinary disorders, lameness, head aches, languor, why allow themselves to uecomo chronic invalids, "when a cer tain euro is offered them? Doan's Kidney Pills is tho remedy to use, because it gives to the kidneys tho help they need to periorm their work. If you have any, even one, of the symptoms of kidney diseases, cure your self now, before diabetes, dropsy or Bright 's disease sets in. Can Globe residents demand moro convincing proof than tho following: W. W. Gristy, Bisbcc, Ariz., says: "I was subject to pains in tho small of my back and sharp twinges in my loins when scooping or lifting. At night my back ached moro severely and when I aroso in the morning I was lame and sore. I had no energy or ambition, often had headaches and dizzy spells and was bothered by a .urring of my 03'esight. The kidney secretions were also too frequent in passage and if al lowed to stand, deposited a sediment, ihe use of two boxes t Doan - Kidney Pills effected a compictc cure and I can therefore cndor&o them highly." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, solo agents for the United States. Remember Jlie name Doan 's and tuko no other. THE CONSTITUTION Will bo tho subject of a lecture by .T. E, Snyder of Girard, Kansas, at the courthouse, on Wednesday March 23, S p. m. Mr. Snyder took an activo part in behalf of the working class in the con stitutional campaign of Oklahoma. He comes to us with a fund of informa tion that evory voter should know before the election of delegates to the Constitutional Convention. Ladies are especially invited to come out and hear what the speaker has to say on the Suffiage Question. Mr. Snyder will also speak at Copper Hill school house tonight and at Miami Homo restaurant, Thursday tho 21th. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Dr. Lord has opened dental parlors in tho new Sultan block, "second floor. Rooms 3 and 4. Send some of the Special Mining Editions of tho Silver Belt to your friends abroad. A fow -left at the low prico of 23 cents each. - 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 34, TRUST BLDG. New Board of Directors Is Also Named at Meeting of Stockholders TIME EXTENDED FOR CONVERTING BONDS Financial Report and News From Local Property Encouraging At tli'iflest annual meeting of the stockholders of, tho National Mining Exploration company, held at Kittcry, Maine, February 24, tho following' board of directors was named to servo the ensuing year: Charles M. Bruce,. Henry F. Campbell, Frank P. Knight, John W. Luimn, itco.ii. -uerrit, n liara W. Williams and Frank A. Wood ward. By resolution the board of directors was authorized to extend the time for converting the outstanding bonds nf tho pniiifiaiiv until such time as the board deems expedient to make such transfers. The newly elected board of direc tors, at a later meeting held in Bos ton, elected Frank A. Woodward pres ident of the company, upon tho decli nation of Charles M. Bruce to accept tho executive position, Judge Bruce having acted as president for the past three years. Mr. Woodward is well known and highlv esteemed in Globe, having been manager of the National compairy and a resident of this city for a number of years. William W. Wil liams was chosen vice president and Philip Highlcy secretary. The annual financial statement sub mitted by Mr. Woodward, shows the affairs of tho company to be in very satisfactory condition, and is ns fol lows: Assets Mining claims in Arizona. . .$9S5,750.00 Development, Buildings and Machinery 333.037.93 Furniture and fixtures 038.03 Trustee stock held for ben efit of company 92.3G7.0O Stocks in other companies.. 131.23 Cash and debts receivable.. 43,233.50 $1,153,939.73 Liabilities Capital stock issued $1,179,150.00 Accounts pavnblo 25S.23 Floating indebtedness 100,000.00 Piofit and loss 170,551.48 $1,433,950.7:1 The annual leport of the condition of the property shows iapid progress being made toward the producing stage, tho latest development of which was contained in a telegram fiom the local Miperiiitoini'iit to the Boston office, dated March 12, as follows: "Shaft in quartzite for the last 23 feet; now at a depth of G25 foot. Bunches of carbonate of copper occur ring in the quartzite. The last ten feet heavily stained by red iron in devices. Red hematite is collected in various places up to an inch in thick ness. Strong evidence of mineraliza tion. No water in shaft at present." Recent news from the property shows a continuation of favorable develop ment in the Williams hhaft, and the striking of ore in paying quantities and of commercial grade is expected at any time. A NEIGHBOR OF YOURS ns well as as yourself is liable at any timo to liavo rheumatism. Wo'ro all liablo to havo cifts or burns, bruises or scalds, crick in tho back, neck or sido somo kind of an nchc or pain. Then heed this advice and tell your neigh bors Ballard's Snow Liniment relieves all aches and pains, and heals all wounds Rnbl bv Palacn Pharmacy. McElroy for glass. Fool the sun. Awning vour residence Globe Tent & Awning Co. F. A. WOODWARD PRESIDENT OF NATIONAL Company, Bankers GLOBE, ARIZONA $25,000.00 General Banking Business Transacted $5 000 00 4 Per ent -ai(1 on Savings Accounts or-' Safo Deposit Boxes For Rent $250,000.00 Collateral and Escrow Loans POLITICAL AH MOMENTS Announcements of candidates for city offices will bo made under this heading and carried until tho daf of the respective party conventions for the sum of $10, payment to bo made strict ly in advance. Tho column is opon to candidates from all parties. STREET SUPERVISOR I hereby announco myself a candi dato for the office of street supervisor of tho city of Globe, subject to the ac tion of tho democratic voters at the pri mary election to bo held April 23. J. W. HARRINGTON. STREET SUPERVISOR Tho undersigned wishes to announce himself a candidato for tho office of street .supervisor of the city of Globe, subject to the action of the democratic voters at tho primaries to bo held April 23. FLOYD BLEVINS. CITY CLERK I hereby announco myself as a can didate for tho office of clerk of the city of Globe, subject to the action of the democratic voters at tho forthcom ing primaries. J. II. WELCH. PHOTOS Smith's 493 NORTH F. L. JONES & SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers Office Cor. Broad Oak Res. 346 S. Hill St. TELEPHONES Office: Black, 84; Residerre, Green 84. The Globe Commercial Co. TELEPHONE 221 We Want Your Trade The quality of soodi carried by nt can always te depended on. We kny and sell the best, and handle only such qualities as will appeal to loren of "good things to tat." We have accommodating salesmen. Our solicitors are competent We make prompt deliveries Opes an account with ki toAay.and we will both be winner. 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. Livery Phone 423 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 826 CITY MARSHAL I hereby aunounco myself a candidate for the office of city marshal, subject to thq action of the democratic voters at tho forthcoming primary election. R. M. ANDERSON. CITY CLERK I hereby announce myself a candi date for the office of cle'rk of the city of' Globo subject to tho action of the democratic voters at the primary elec tion to bo held April 23. CHAS. ALEXANDER. FOR CITY MARSHAL I hereby announco myself as a can didate for tho nomination of city mar shal, subject to the action of the dem ocratic voters at the forthcoming primaries. W1I. LOWTHIAN. CITY MARSHAL I hereby announco myself a candi date for city marshal subject to the action of the democratic voters at the primaries to bo held April 23. JAMES COCHRAN. Anything and everything in canvas. Send in your orders. Globe Tent & Awning Co. McElroy for wall paper. 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