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DAILY AEIZONA SILVER BELT Tuesday. May 10, 1910. . I TS ACTIVE i STRONG Hesitation in Early Trading- Gives Way to Ad vance at Close DEATH OF KING IS WELL DISCOUNTED Unfavorable Copper Report Has No Effect, Having Been Discounted NEW YORK, May J). The, stock lilnrket went through many variations of speculative temper today and showed a feeling of hesitation in its moods un til the firmness1 of tho final advance. Business in London had Rotten woll under way beforo tho opening hou'r, giv ing time to demonstrate tho feeling of confidence in tho ability to resist tho de pression of the king's death. Threats of tho London financial market depres sion was partly duo to the opinion form ed over the Sunday interval that some thing like a truco would bo adopted in the, bitter political contest being waged over legislative questions af fecting tho British government. A post ponement involved, it.wn4 felt, would 'do much to bring irregularity to tho financial markets. ' Larger importnnco was attached to the government report on tho May con dition of wheat as n factor in spring openings. Tho first reaction in Htoeks from the reflected London strength was due to advanco fears of a" poor report. Selling by western warehouses on that account wiped out about all tho opening gains. Quick changes followed actual publication. , Contrary movements wore shown in some prominent individual stocks. St, I'au'l suffered from tho withholding of definite officialy announcement of the bond sales in Paris, the result being to excuse a fear of a hitch in tho business. Southern Pacific, on the other hand, was aggre3sivcly strong from tho ro vival of reports of an oxtra distribu tion to stockholders of tho oil assets of the company. Tho unfavorable copper statistfes for April had been abundantly foreseen and there was a disposition to regard them as past influences. Reports of soino recent largo sales of tho metal at the prico concessions were of more etfect. The strong tone of Amalgamat ed Copper was an influence in tho late rallying in tho wholo. market. Bonds were irregular. Total sales, $2, 081,000. United States bonds were un changed. METAL QUOTATIONS NEW YORK, May '9. Tho market for standard copper on tho New York metal exchange today was firmer, wth spot, May ami Juno closing at 12.05 Jo 12.30 and July 12.0.1 to 12.3o. Tho Loudon market was unchanged with spot epioted at 35 12s Od and 'futures M S MILLER & COMPANY BANKERS :AND: BROKERS Stocks' and Bonds bought and sold in all markets for cash or carried on ynargins. ' f ' MEMBERS OF NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE Branch Offices Boston, Mass., 55 Congress Street New York office, 29 Broad way Chicago office, 186 La Salle Street PHONE 63 (Established 1001) 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 WILSON & BROKERS Stocks, Bonds and Mine Investments. Listed Local Stocks, Curbs. at 3G 12s Gd. Arrivals reported at New York today wero 1,740 tons; ex ports, ,5S1 tons, making -4,003 tons for this mouth. Tho stock of marketable copper of all kinds on hand at all points .in tho Unit-, ed States May, 1910, is reported as 14 1,'JS 1,159 pou'.ids compared with 123, S24,871 April. 1. Local dealers quote lake copper at 12.621,'. to 12.75; elec trolytic, 12.3"V to 12.50; nnd casting, at 12.10 to 12.25. Tin quiet, with spot and May at 32.S0 to 33; June, 32.80 to 33.05; July, 32.S0 to 33.15. London market closed easy with spot quoted at 119 10s and futures at 150 17s (id. Lead dull, with spot 1.25 to 1.371.. in Now York' and 4.15 to 4.20 in Kast St. Louis. London higher at 12 7s (id. Spelter firmer, with quotations for spot delivery more or less nominal, ranging from 5.05 to 5.20. Now York metal exchange quoted May delivery at 5.05 to 5.15 in New York; Kast St. Louis, 4.90 to 5.00. IStlvcr, 53 5-8. QUOTATIONS .184.108.40.206.4,220.127.116.11. New York Close American Smelters .... 78.62 .... Amalgamated ,.. 07.87 Anaconda 42.00 .. .. C. V. & 1 3S.00 . .... Reading 158.75 Southern Pacific. 127.12 .... Union Pacific 182.12 .... U. S. Steel, com. ..,.'.-. 82.75 I ' Boston Close Atlantic ... (5.50 .. .; Arizona Commercial . . . 15.50 15.75 Calumet & Aiizona ..... (10.00 (il.OO (Ireone Cananeu 8.75 - .... Oiroux 7.25 7.30 Lake 53.50 53.S7 Miami 22.50 Nevada Consolidated .. 19.25 .. .. North Butte ...' 32.25 .... Old Dominion .. 34.00 -35.00 Shannon 10.50 10.7." Superior & Pittsburg... 11.87 12.25 Superior & Boston 9.75 10.25 Ray Con 17.73 18.00 Arizona Colorado , .98 Arizona Michigan 32 .40 "Cactus 2.02 2.87 Chino ... ., 12.23 12.50 Colo Development -HO Calumet Corbiu 72 "" .75 Colorado Mining 04 ,8 Cahftnct Montana m .72 .97 Cordova, 2 paid .......'. .74 Cordova, full paid 1.2 Goldfield Con , . 8.00 S.25 Oila "... 5.75 0.00 Iron Blosso 0111 97 1.12 Inspiration '0.87 7.00 Keystono (new) 3.50 .... Live Oak 19.00 19.50 L. S. & A ,.... 1.50 2.00 Mason Vnllev .'. S.25 S.50 National Mining Exp. .. .32 .33 Ohio Copper 2.12 2.37 Pinto ,. .20 Hay Central , ,. . . 2.50 2.02 Superior . Globe 35 .45 San Antonio 7.12 7.37 Sioux Consolidated ... .31 .34 Warrior Development .. 9.50 10.25 Tonopah Mining 7.00 7.25 Never hesitate about giving Cham berlain's Cough Remedy to children. It contains no opium or other narcotics and can bo given with implicit conn dence. As a quick euro for coughs and colds 'to which children arc susceptible, it is unsurpassed. Sold by all drug gists. Don't forgot the ball given by the Ladies of the Maccabees at Manrel Hall tomorrow eVening. Refreshments will bo served at 25c the couple. 41 & P. O. BOX 1149 PHONE 1741 WAYNE and Unlisted Securities. PHILLIPSDN WILL FISH TRIAL fl GO Strong Effort to Secure a Change of Venue Fails ' of Success HEARING WILL BE BITTER CONTEST Fisher Gets Three Year,s in Pen and Vuscovicli Five Other Court News After a bitter fight to secure a ehango of venire, to Urahum county, J. C. Phil lipson, charged on fivo counts witli em bezzlement, was yesterday placed on trial in the district court 011 tho same chartro uiion which ho w:iu conv!i.tn1 t the last term of court and in which he was granted a re-trial owing to error in the instructions to the jury which heard that case. In court vesterdav Attnmcvs Nmvi. and McKillin. ronrpsint!m tim ,i,,fo... dant, renewed their application for .4 unaiigo 01 venue, made seeral weeks ago. In the affidavit, charges were mado that Sheriff Henry Thompson holds a personal interest in the ease and that ho is anxious to see the conviction of tho defendant. The application was denied and the Wprk of securing a jury to hear the case, was commenced late yesterday af ternoon. A full panel of twenty'four jurors was secured, with 110 apparent difficulty. Today twelve of this panel will be excused by cou'iisel for the de fenso and by th0 prosecution after which the trial of the case will bo taken up. 1 tho )iYnnnti'ltinii r ni.tti nrAcnnn. " V & IUU III. Vlllll IIIUIIILV tivo juror, Attorney F. S. Nave asked direct questions as to whether the ven iremen knew Sheriff Thompson and whether or not they would vote to ae fllllt the defendant, should tlir nrnsiiu. tion fail to prove beyond 11 reasonable doubt his guilt, even though Sheriff Thompson might have an interest in see ing him convicted. Tho charsro unon which Pliillinson is now being tried is that of embezzling somo l,.iuo snares of stock in an an gora goat company, belonging to Mrs anna jNeai. Tn an indictment returned against Phillipson last week, in which tho em bezzlement of stock from tho same par ty ;s alleged, a motion of the defense to quash the indictment was yesterday de nied, the case being set for trial on next Monday. From all appearances the Phillipson case will bo liittcrly contested in court and will probably not be completed be fore tomorrow night. Sentences Imposed Milton Fisher, who made an unsi.V- ccssful attempt to end his wife's life several weeks ago, by slashing her about the neck with a razor, was yesterday nniiHBHHHRHlHi H rW J $S DON'T MISS THESE f m " Pay Day i ! Today we will offer you some special bargains. Our stock is most complete and .the prices have been put within reach of all. Below we quote you a few prices : Lingerie and Linen Tub Dresses Lingerie and Linen Tub Dresses,, $3.35 to $25.00 Linen Skirts $1.85 to $7.50 Linen and Repps, two-piece suits $3.00 to $16.00 Elegant assortment light weight skirts.: $3.50 to $20.00 Iladnsome Foulards, Pongees, Silk Repps, Poplins and Taffeta Dresses $9.50 to $50.00 Linen and Pongee Traveling Coats and Dust ers ...$2.85 to $15.00 IJandsome Assortment of Waists. .. $1.35 to $4.85 Evening Capes at $9.50 to $28.00 DON'T MISS US THE SMALL STORE WITH THE BIG STOCK ' jJagflwraMMMMMMMWMMMMBgflragEiiii' urn llMiiTirTHffliniTIIMMWrailn sentenced to three years 111 the peniten tiary. In passing sentence, the court stated that while Fisher's physical condition was such that the maximum sentence of ten years was unwarranted, that his crime w-as of such nature that the min imum sentenco of one year would be in sufficient. Fisher is suffering from tuberciAosis of the1 bones and may not live to complete tho sentence. Pete Vuskovich, -who mado an at tack upon his wife with a candlestick seveial weeks ago and who was found guilty of assault with a deadly weapon, received a much 111010 severe sentence, being sent to tho penitentiary for six years. ' Fcliciano Cuevas, who pleaded guil ty to a charge of grand larceny and ad mitted the theft of a number of burros, was sentenced to one year and a day in ho penitentiary. W. A. Upton, convicted oHiaving as saulted .loo Southard, drew three months in jail, the conviction being for a misdemeanor. Two orders for sen tence, one for six months and one for three months and a lino ot $J00, were vacated by the con'rt before the final sentence was imposed, upon a showiug by counsel that such sentence dm not conform' to the statute covering the case. Jury. Still Out After deliberation for several hours, the jury in the case of P. E. Pullen, charged with grand larceny, notined Judge Lewis latd last night that no ver dict liad been reached and that an ap parent deadlock was on. 'Tho jurors prepared to remain in the court house during the night. Whether or not a verdict will bo agreed upon be-. foro court opens tins morning, is a matter of conjecture. G. S. Williams, indicted jointly with Pullen, was tiled yesterday and "fou'nd guilty on a charge of petty larceny. He will leceivo sentenco this morning. The men are charged with the theft of two suit cases at Winkelman. L. C. Cooley and F. C. Zimmerman, charged with interfering with an 'officer at Miami, wero arraigned and will plead this morning. Ivory Frazer. charged with assault with intent to kill, pleaded not guilty and his case was set for trial 011 May 11. The case of W. II. Jones, indicted on a charge of embezzlement, was contin ued for the term, on account of illness in tho Jones family. Night Session Tho first night session of the term was held last night, when' a number of law matters wero heard by the eoiirt'. A number of motions were entertained by the comt, no criminal matters being heard, ' The Phillipson Case will be continued today and wifl probably be tho only mattc'r to receive attention, with the exception of the usual arraignments and sentences. , A HAPPY FATHER Is soon turned to a sad one if ho has to walk tho floor every night with a crying baby. McGco's Baby Elixir will mako tho child well, sootho its nerves, induce healthy, normal slumber. Best for disordered bowels and sour stomach all teething babies need it. Pleasant to take, sure, and safe, con tains no harmful drugs. Price 23 and 50 cents per bottle. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will clear the sour stomach, sweeten the breath and create a heal thy appetite. Tfiey promote tho flow of gastric juice, thereby inducing good digci.tion. Sold by all druggists. Specials &$& MAY PROVE FATAL When Will Globe People Learn the Im portance of It? Baekacho is only a simple thing at first; Hut when you know 'tis from tho kidneys; That serious kidney troubles follow; That diabetes, Bright 's discaso may be tho fatal end, You will gladly profit by the follow ing experience. "fis tho honest statement of a suf ferer who was cured. 3. M. Bandurraga, 347 Ninth Street, Tucson, Ariz., says: "I was troubled for many years by pains in my back, so scvero at times that I could hardly straighten. I paid but little attention to 'the complaint when I was young, but as I grew older the pain increased and the attacks became more freucnl. Of ten I had to 1'0 down to get relief and even then my back bothered me so much that I could not remain still. The least cold I caught settled in my back and had a tendency to mako my trouble worse. I was often dizzy and felt mis erable in every way. Reading of home peoplo who had taken Doan's Kidney Pills with splendid results, I was in duced to try them. I used two boxes and was entirely relieved of kidney complaint. My trial of Doan's Kidney Pills has given mo great confidence in them."- For sale by all dealers. Prico 50 cents. Fostcr-Milburn Co., Buffalo, Now York, sole agents for the United States. Remember tho name Doan's -anil tako no other. STORE OF LATE Have to Be Forced from the Building When Time to Close Arrives One of the, most remarkable selling events of the season occurred yesterday, when the Sam Keo store was opened to the public in an administrator's sale for the purpose of disposing of the stock of goods of the deceased Chinese mer chant. When tho store opened at 0 o'clock there was a thpng of prespectivc buy ers waiting to gain admittance. From the time tho store was opened until closing time at 0 o'clock last evening, the place was crowded to such an ex tent that it was only with difficulty that the crowd could be handled. When1 closing time came, the crowd had to bo practica'ly forced from the building, so eager were tho buyers to tecurcitneir sharo of the stock of goods. Owing to the ru'sh of buyers yester day, the store will not open until 9 o'clock this morning, in order that tho clerks may have an hour in which to rearrange, tho stock. The prices which have been marked on the htock of goods aro a revelation and aecobnt in a marked degree for the heavy selling of yesterday. Prac tically every article in the store i? marked dowir well below former selling prices. The advertising campaign for this great sale has been conducted entirely through the columns of the Silver Belt, aijd, as all such sales'conducted in this ninuner, has been a, remarkable selling event. The sale is being conducted by B. V. Crawford, administrator of the Sam Kec, estate, with J. M. McPher sou as sales manager. Mil TALKS TO PUPILS OF Also Speaks of "An Intel lectual Sandwich" to the Teachers The Olobe teachers assembled iit the Central sehool'building yesterday after noon and wero addressed by Henry A Pattengill, who selected as his subject "An Intellectual Sandwich." Ho dwelt upon the importance of at tention and showed, how tho teacher is responsible for the development or non developtuent of this power. He also spoke of the teacher as a factor in the formation of the character of his pu pils and that the lifo of the teacher must itself exemplify what he would have his students become. Interest leads to attention and at tention leads to interest attention is thus sandwiched betwecnt interest. Hew and Mrs. Cory, liev. Williams and Mrs. ,1. S. Miles wero among those present. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Tho regular Monday morning exor cises at the High school were devoted to an interesting address by Henry K. Pattengill, a noted lecturer, who has bron in Globe tho past few days. Mr. Pattengill was welcomed by the students of the Higb school and of tho seventh and eighth grades with the song "Michigan, My Michigan," fol lowed by, "Oil, Arizona, Sim-kissed Land!" The 'purpose and value of an educa t on const it u'ted his theme, which was developed with apt illustrations. c cording to Betsy Tiotwood in "David Copperlield, the purpose of an educa tion is to make a man useful and h.ipp CROWDS STURM 1 E SCHOOLS COOK & COMPANY, Bankers General Banking Business Transacted. Collateral and Escrow Loans - Personal Responsibility over S250.000.0J. Decoration Day Flowers ' Buy your flowers for MEMORIAL DAY from. ARMACOST, tho CALIFORNIA FLORIST. Carnations hot house 50c per doz., field grown 25c per doz., $1.50 per 100 ; Roses 50c per doz., $3.00 per 100; Marguerites $1.00 per 100; Asparagus Plumosus strings eight icct long 50c each; Asparagus Plumosos and Asparagus Sprcngerii sprays $1.00 per 100; Lily of the Valley 75c per doz. f.KJSESS WALTER ARMACOST Maytag-Mason The Hill " 'r FIFTY PER CENT GRADE JOHN WOG, Territorial Re presentative P. O. Box 748 Globe, Ariz. L. H. BROWN WANTS YOUR BUSINESS Fire Insurance, Real Estate Loans and Bonds AGENT FIDELITY SAVINGS AND LOAN! ASSOCIATION LET ME BUILD SOU A HOME ROOM 21, GLOBE OFFICE BuILDING TELEPHONE MAIN 177 GLOBE, ARIZONA ' The reason so many people deplore pros- ent day lequiremcnts ana point uacK 10 former conditions is because they, are r,n williiKT tn nvike the effort reouired to fit themselves to keep pace with the onwaril marcn or progress. u-curuiuK .to Mr. Pattengill, education is the only thing that will enable one to live his present life to the best advantage, with the keenest appreciation of all aiouud us. and with the Greatest usefulness to himself nnrl others. None of the sweet ness, joy, nor pleasure of olden times is lost in the rush and hurry of the pres ent day. We are ju'st as true, generous, nnd square. Tho only difference lies in tho fact that we must quicken as the times quicken and grasp every oppor tunity that will broaden our conception of life and that will tend to happiness. He dwelt upon the pleasure to be obtained from, the association .with books, and in the, following humorous illustration showed the importance of an understanding of words. A young lady was being the recipient of numer ous'1 prenuptial showers, lu'ncbeons, etc., at one of which her fiance hid, and i,r virl for him did not reveal his whereabouts. She finally went into the backyard where Aunt Dinah was bend inir o"vcr the washtub. "Aunt Dinah," baid 'she, "have you seen my am anccdt" "What's dat, honey i" said Aunt Dinah. "Have you seen my af n.iiipoil1?" sho acrain asked. "No, chile," Aunt Dinah responded, "I don't think bit am m He wasn uis ween. His entire discourse was to the point and contained a humorous originality, refreshing in the extreme. THE crscus Acrobat finds it necessary at all times to keep his muscles ana joints suppic Tlmf U tlir rnnson that hundreds of them keep a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment always on uanu. a sine cuiu fnr rhniimntisin. cuts, snrams. sore throat, lamo uacK, comracivu mutra, , corns, bunions ana an pains, rncu .jc, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. A touch of rheumatism or a twinge of neuralgia, whatever the trouble .is, Chamberlain's Liniment drives away tho pain at once and cures the com plaint quickly. First applicajion gives relief. Sold by all druggists. What is A. 13. C.J College, of eouifre. Arizona Business 171 MESQUITE ST. TEL. 1121 MINE SAMPLING 1 1 H. E. BIERCE W. BINKLEY Ocean Park, Cal. MOTOR CARS Climbers FEN S. HILDRETH LAND, MINING AND IRRIGA TION LAW Suite 210, Fleming Bldg. Phoenix, Ariz. Makes a specialty of all business before the local Land Office, Gen eral Land Office and Department of the Interior. Contests conducted, Plats made, Rights of Way, Repayments, Townsites, and Forest Reserve Affairs, If you are thinking of pat enting your mines, let me explain my method much cheaper, and you get the result. Have for sale GOVERNMENT LAND SCRIP that acquires title in one day without resi dence, cultivation or improve' ments. Eight years an official of the Land Department. r A REAL BARGAIN ON SALE SATURDAY, MAY 14 For- one day only and not more than two to each custdmer Full bleached, heinned ends; sizes up ISxSS inches 10c Each At the Little Store Around the Corner from the Postoffice, op posite the Courthouse. The Globe Bargain House and 5 & 10c Store TM Sultan & Wayne MINING ENGINEERS Globe Elec. Light & Power Bldg. P. O. BOX 287 I If you want to sue. eed in business "r bpst assc,t -, bta Mus,n?lss K,lu ontion, secured at the Arizona Bus n ( ollege. r -v J.