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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BEL'i
Tuesday, January 8, 1907
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PHILLIPSON & HAGEN
Real Estate, Loaris and Insurance
Wanted at Once !
1,000 HOUSES TO INSURE AGAINST
LOSS BY FIRE.
1,000 MEN TO INSURE AGAINST
ACCIDENT, SICKNESS OR DEATH.
1,000 HOMES ON WHICH TO LOAN
MONEY AND SAVE YOU RENT.
WE REPRESENT THE BEST BUILD
ING AND LOAN INSTITUTION IN
ARIZONA OR CALIFORNIA.
WE WILL INSURE YOU AGAINST
WE WRITK LIABILITY, BOILER
AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE
IN FACT, ALL KIND. OF IN
SURANCE. AND WRITE IT ALL
IN Tllil LEST COMPANIES ON
INSURANCE IS OUR BUSINESS AND
WE ATTEND TO IT.
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Twenty-three Slavonians Are
Jailed Last Night for Ob
PHILLIPSON & HAGEN
Office hours: 8 a. m., to 6 p. m., 7. p. m. to 8 p. m.
OFFICE,. Over Postoffice, Globe, Arizona
SCHMITZ ASKS FOR
HABEAS CORPUS WRIT
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 7.
Mayor Sfhiiiitz, through liin attorneys
today petitioned the supremo court for
a writ of habeas corpus, alleging that
he was being illegally deprived of his
liboity. To apply for the writ it was
necessary for him to mirrender a por
tion of his bond and place, himself in
the custody of Sheriff O'Noil.
Tho petition tor a writ of prolnln
Tho Globo National bank has received
linnilHomo cnlendarB for 1007 nnd will
bo pleased to give one to anyono who
will take the trouble to call.
Scarfpin, Earring and Ring Mount
ing expected Wednesday at Kubot
torn', Max Lantin's old stand after
Tho Globo National bank has received
handsonio calendars for 1007 and will
bo pleased to givo one to anyone who
will take tho trouble to call.
GLOBE SIGHTS AND
Current News of Busy Jlobo Told In
Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Cnu.blo came in
from Black Warrior camp to spend Sun
day in tho city.
N. C. Cottee of the firm of Cottee &
.fames returned Sunday evening from
a" three weeks' visit in Southorn Cali
fornia. The funeral of tho late M. O. Duffy
will occur this nftoruuin ata 1 o'clock
from the undertaking establishment of
V. h. Jones & Son.
L. G. Ilnby returned Saturday from
Garden Springs ranch, near Willcox,
where he visited his parents for two
weeks. His mother returned with him.
IsA. Kenney of the ico plant and others
are formulating plans for incorporating
a company to operate a general bottling
works to manufacture carbonated prod
ucts. John 0. Patton;formcrly shift boss at
tho furnace of tho f'oppor Queen smel
ter at Douglas, arrived in Globo last
evening and will probably enter tho
employ of the Old Dominion.
Ben P. Daniels, United States mar
shal for Arizona, arrived in the city
la.st evening to spend a few days on
official business, tho nature of which,
the marshal says, is not for publication
at this timo..
P. B. Walker of Moline, 111., president
of the Globt Mining company, and Wal
ter DeKnlb of Chicago, secretary of tho
company, arrived in tho city last even
ing to attend a meeting of stockholders
of tho company.
W. P. Matchctto, traveling freight and
passenger agent for tho Santa Fe rail
road, with headquarters in El Paso,
came in Sunday night to spend a day
hero with local business men. He re
turned to El Paso this morning.
The editor of the Silver Belt was
pleasantly surprised yesterday by a
call from Warner K. Patrick of Gold
field, Ncr., a companion of his boyhood
days in St. Louis, and whom lio had not
seen for thirty years or more. Mr. Pat
rick is a brother of L. L. Patrick of
the well known mining firm of Pat-
riek," Elliot & Camp.
Appoinment of Road Overseers
Made at Yesterday's
The board of supervisors mot yester
day and transacted considerable busi
ness. Bids wero oponed and fivo county
contracts wero awarded. The contracts
for county printing and publications
wero awarded to Joseph H. TTnmill;
medical services to Dr. J. L. Wales;
burying indigent dead to F. L. vfonen
& Son; laundry, G. Bohse; aud meals
to prisoners, Dea Gin I .to: Tho latter
had tho contract far last 3ear. Mr. Foo
is an American citizen and he casts a
ballot every time there is an oppor
tunity. W. II. Hiatt, who hns been road over
seer for Globe for the last two months,
Has reappointed for district Ko. 1,
which was re-established, extending
now from the foot of the Pinals to
Stead's ranch. Louis A. Olson was ap
pointed overseer for district Xo. 2.
which extends from tho Stead ranch to
Summit. W. J. Feaglcs was appointed
for district No. 3, Gibson's. The fol
lowing other appointments were made:
Nos. 4 and 5, Livingston, E. E. Bacon;
No. 0 (formerly G, 7, 8 and 9), Tonto,
William Clanton; No. 10, Payson, James
Callahan; No. 11, Pino, II. Fuller; No.
12, Pine, A. M. Hunt; No. 13, Him
Rock, B. Beluzzi; No. IS, Giscla, Arthur
There are still several other appoint
ments to be made.
Wholesalo arrests wore made Inst
ovoning by Sheriff Thompson and his
deputies of joyous Christmas celebra
tors. It was not, as it would seem, n
belated celebration, but a real up-to-
date Christmas celebration on Christmas
Sunday night was Chrstmas eve, ac
cording to tho Russian calendar, and is
obsorved as such by all Slavonian
Catholics, and yesterday was Christmas
day, which, according to tho Greok
Catholic religion, comes oloven days af
ter tho Christinas which wo observe.
This important ovent eallod for a hilari
ous tinio among tho Globe Slavonians
and they started in Sunday night by
puncturing tho "peace on earth," etc.,
of thoir more advanced (calon'darly)
neighbors, with revolver shots, rillc
shots and individual half-shots.
Sheriff Thompson went down to the
Iowor end of town and informed the.
gay nnd festive holiday observers that
they wero violating tho law of the ter
ritory of Arizona by shooting up tho
atmosphere, nnd that if they did not
cense he would have to incarcorato the
shooters in tho county bnstile. Ho also
informed them thnt as long as thoy con
fined their colobration to half-shots they
would not bo molested. Thoy promised
to oboy, but all day yesterday they kept
up the shooting and whenever the ofii
cors would go near them the shots would
coaso and none would givo information
ns to the shooters.
Last ovoning tho sheriff went down
to the lower end of town to see if he
could not by moral suasion put a stop
to the promiscuous shooting, but he
had about tho samo luck as his depu
ties. It suddenly enme to him thnt
once upon a timo a president of the
United Stntes had established a prece
dent for just such nn occurrence, so the
shoriff nnd his trusty henchmen swooped
down on tho vicinity and took up every
man in sight, who might have been
guliyt or who would not toll who was.
Twenty-three wero eorraled and taken
to the county jail and thoro was almost
a riot when thoy got there.
Tho kangaroo court which is in ses
sion every ovoning inside the jail would
undoubtedly have been put out of busi
iiess if the twenty-throe wero to stay
all night nnd the shoriff was as anxious
for a solution of tho diiheulty ns were
the "court" oflicials. A search was
made for friends of tho Christmas en
thusiasts, with tho result that all but
. i i -i mi.
one were released on rasn nan. ino
exception .was held because of tho fact
that when he was arrested he had in his
tossession a knife with a blade long
enough to cut candles from the top of
a large Christmas tree. There will be
twenty-three trials in tho justice court
Thrcii DurhnniB and oiio Jcrsoy cow,
tion was also filed before tho b'K'i" Cxtt.v good milkers. J. C. Gibson,
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
Capital and Surplus, $95,000
L. D. RlCKETTilf D. W. WlCKERSHAM
A. T. Thomson II. S.
C. E. Mills II. W. Hokn
I. E. Solomon
T. A. Pascoe
All classes of accounts Invited
Foreign exchange at lowest fates
court to piovent Judge Dunne from con
tinning with the trial of Schmitz. Tho
writ was made returnable Thursday,
when the matter will be argued. The
petition lor a writ of prohibition has
not yot been considered by the court.
BIG COAL COMPANY GIVES
10 PER CENT RAISE
Bv Associated i'ress.
"TRINIDAD, Colo., January 7. Rep
resentatives of tho Ankeo Fuel com
pany, which operates the largest coal
properties in noithern Now Moxico, and
other allied inteiests, including tho
Santa Fe, Liberal & Englevillo railroad,
received notico today from the head
odico in New i'ork to advanco wages
10 per cent to al lemployees. The raise
will benefit about 1,500 people.
AFTER LOST TRAFFIC
The Globe National bank has received
handsome calendars for 1007 and will
bo pleased to give one to anyono who
will take tho trouble to call.
By Associated Press..
LONDON, January., 7. The decision
of the White Star line to remove part of
its service from Liverpool to Southamp
ton is considered to be a significant ami
far reaching movement by the British
lines to regain control of passenger traf
fic to and from the continent. Tho
German-Auieiican lines have been grad
ually absorbing the cream of the pas
senger tiallic at continental ports.
Weather to Be
Bv Associated Press.
'WASHINKT.ON, January 7. Fore
cast for Arizona? Partly cloudy Tues
dav; Wednesday fair.
8tage to Gibson Mine
Stage will lcavo each Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday mornings at 9:30 a.
m., from Barclay & Higdon's corral.
Owing to the lack of fuel to run tho
plant, the Globe Steam Laundry has
been compelled to shut down for a
G. BOHSE, Prop.
Go to uyan's
When you want magazines, confection
ery, books, stationery, ammunition or
grnphophono records. Souvenir postals
H. C. Hopkins
Room II, Wightman Building, Globe
KILLING IN EL PASO
OVER ABUSE OF A DOG
QUICK SERVICE, MEALS
AND SHORT ORDERS A
SPECIALTY. IN REAR
OF STAG SALOON : : :
Buy or build you a home of
our own. The Provident Mu
tual has money to loan. Dont
pay rent in a growing city. In
surance makes your investment
secure. Your loan negotiated;
your home insured. Policies
written in only the strongest
Chas. T. Martin
F. L JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
RESIDENCE PHONE 433.
OFFICE PHONE 432.
COLONEL GREENE MISSED TRAIN
Nothing Daunted, lie Hired Special for
Smoker Follows Installaion Sunday
Night Growth of tho Order
Olobo Aerie No. 101, Fraternal Order
of Eagles, held its installation of officers
elect for the coming year, under tho di
rcction of Past President T. , Carroll
on Sunday evening. The following offi
cers vere installed:
V. 11. Temme, worthy president.
J. Weinberger, worthy vice president.
T. Carioll, worthy conductor.
T. R. Lowtliinn, worthy secretary.
li. R. Iioardmau, worthy treasurer.
II. R. Harthels, Worthy chaplain.
A. R. Kdwards,.A. II. Storns, Joseph
.1. h. Wales, worthy physician.
A smoker followed tho installation
and a worthy time was iudulged in by
tho mombcrs and a largo number of
This is the first of a series of enter
tainments planned by tho aorio.
T. .1. Carroll, the rotiring past pres
ident, was voted a life membership in
the aerie in recognition of his faithful
services devoted to tho aorio 's welfare
since its organization.
This aerie has attained a phenomenal
growth during tho short period of its
existence nnd is advancing with rapid
The secretary of tho grand aorio re
ported a total membership of over threo
hundred nnd fifty thousand throughout
the United Stntes at tho last convention
of the grand aorio at Milwaukee The
finances of tho grand aorio are in ox
cellent shape and tho organization is
doing splendid work throughout.
RAINFALL IN GLOBE
FOR THE LAST YEAR
During the year 1000 the amount of
rainfall in Globe was "20.13 inches, as
compared with 31.26 inches in 100.".
Tho following is the precipitation by
mouths as tnkon by Dr. B. G. Foi of
A Chicago special of December 20
says: A dazzling array of picturesque
western adjectives, tinted with tho lurid
colors of tho painted desert and follow
ed bv a man badly out of breath, rushed
down tho platform at the La Salle street
railroad station this morning. In the
distance could bo seen the rear platform
of Rock Island train No. 1. The man
halted his "herd," and, with a final
exclamation, subsided into gurgles of
It was Colonel W. C. Greene, the man
who wanted to have Tom Lawson of
Boston expatriate his frenzied spcoch
behind the Massachusetts state house, in
the cold gray morning, when the "sys
tern" was' taking its beauty sleep. Col
onel Greene had como from tho cast,
and was urgently called to his Mexican
mines. His train had been delayed. In
(ho meantime, Rock Island train No. I,
unmindful of tho irate copper king, had
gone its way, after tho manner of trains
The colonel sought out President Win
ehell, and "bandied" words about the
corporation and tho down-trodden citi
.on. Oflicials from far and near flocked
to the scene and endeavored to calm
tho king. Finally, the idea of a spe
cial train was broached and received
with fnvor. Tho special, composed of
engine, baggage car and a "private,"
was lined up at 1 o'clock and whirled
away to complete 1,450 miles before to
morrow night. That was what the col
onel expected. From El Paso ho will
proceed to his Mexican mines, losing
only a fow hours as tho result of his de
lay in reaching Chicago. Tho special
is expected to cut the regulation run
ning timo by three or four hours.
January . ...... .. 33
February . . .. ... 83
March , ... . .... 2.7(1
April ...... .10
August .... . -..- o.'.Mi
September , ..,,.,..!!.'.... 48
October - .12
December ... 0.8T
So far this month tho precipitation
As the outcome of a quarrel at El
Paso in wnich the dead man seems tb
havo been the aggressor, J. W. Foster,
foreman for .1. W. Harris, railroad cou
tractor and former county commissioner,
was shot and instantly killed by Robert
H. Glenn, proprietor of the White Ele
phant taloon oil East Overland street
at the killer's saloon. Two balls entered
tho body of Foster from the gun of
Glenn, either of which would have prov
en fatal. .
The fight started over Foster's alleg
ing thnt Glenn had abused his dog.
Richards . Pringlo's famous Georgia
Minstrels continue to large business
everywhere and i,t is likely to do the
same in this city at Dreamland on1
Wednesday, January 0, for there is aj
fascination about the fun and music
thai will draw the people to the theater
many times. The Gcorgias have reached
the comfortnblo stage where tho thought
of the management is on the frills, the j
public having tho assurance that they
will like the show. '
The performance given by these sons'
of Ham gained its vitality with tho in
troduction of somothing new each year, (
and this, thoir twenty-eighth annual
tour, a program is promised of unusual
The usual parade will be given at 3
SHORTY and JIM
WHITE LEGHORN EGGS
$1.00 per setting
C. P. BRE1TENTEIN, West of Graveyard
"While looking over tho only Globo on
tho globo for a good investment in lots,
homes, business property, business
chances, lodging or boarding house, give
us a call. Wo build you a homo on in-
j stallments, rent houses. Our deals aro
Read the Stiver Belt Always up to straight, our bargains good. Homo In
date. vestment Co.
Now Open to the Public
Eighty rooms, single and ensuite. Thirty rooms with baths
Hot nnd cold water in all rooms. Gas and electric lights
Entire building heated by steam
American Plan, $3 and up. European Plan, $1 and up
A. HANSEN, Manager
has been 1.02 inches.
Girls Had Hot Scrap
Rosa Montana and Angelitn Loper.
wore arrested by Deputy Sheriff Duncan
Sunday night whilo engaged in a rough
house in the Monte Carlo saloon. Evi
dence at the trial in Jndge Thomas'
court yesterday showed that Rosa hud
hung a number of" iron cuspidors, beer
bottles nnd chairs over Angelitn 's head,
which showed signs of rough usage.
Rosa was fined $1."5 and Angelitn $(.
M. Moorej a dealer at tho St. Louis,
and Frank Vail wore in tho justice
court charged with fighting. Tho for
mer was fined $(1 and the latter was dis
"Big Tim" Goes His Bail
Congressman Timothy D. Sullivan
went to the district attorney's office
yostordav to furnish a bond of $18,000
for "Colonel" T. C. P. Col my, the al
leged railroad stock forger, for his ap
pearance in court at a time not yet
While arranging with Assistant Dis
trict Attorney Miner to furnish the
bond, "Big Tim" was confronted by a
man who had gono to tho city chamber
lain's odico to give a bond of $1,000 for
John Sheohan of G94 Water street, who
is charged with larceny. Tho city
chamberlain's ofiicb was closed.
Sullivan had just givon tho Dewey
theater as surety for Col my, which, he
said, was worth $300,000.
"I guess that theater is big enough
for the two men," said "Big Tim."
"We can't let Sheohan stay in the
Tombs on New Year's day, I don't
know the man, but I will also go on his
Both Col my and Sheehan were soon
sot free. jSrew York Times.
Let the Baker Do the Work!
THE WAGON WILL CALL AT YOUR
HOME WITH A 'FULL LINE OF
BREAD, PIES AND PASTRY.
LET THE BAKER DO THE WORK
Admission 25, 35 and 50c
Seats at Palace Pharmacy
in the Old Town
The BAZAAR STORE
Is Selling Out!
and way below cost!
Don't ask why we are doing it.
Seeing is Believing.
Dominion Hotel Arrivals
J. A. Gamble and wife, Black. War
rior; B. I. Shulte, Milwaukee, Wis.; W.
P. Machette, El Paso; P. C. Little and
wife, Solomonviile; E. E. Elius, El Pasoj
Mrs. J. D. Phillips, Rotmevelt; R. E.
Moffitt, San Carlos; John J. Habekor,
Philadelphia; Bon F. Daniels, Tucson;
P. B. Walker, Moline, 111.; Walter M.
One Night Only!
Wednesday, January 9th
A SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST
Twenty-Eighth Triumphant Tour
RICHARD & PRINGLE'S
Famous Georgia Minstrels
Introducing the Big Six Comedians
Now .and Bewildering"
Sights, Scenes and Sensations
Without a Parallel in tho
Reserved Seats at Palace Drug Store
Lower Floor, reserved $1.(10
Lower Ploor, admission 7G
Balcony, admission 50
Childron in Balcony ....t 25
We have a limited number of
Webster's Condensed Diction
aries, New Century Ideal Edi
tion, which we secured at a
low rate and will give one
Free to each subscriber to the
who pays one year in advance
$7.50 buys the paper for one
year and the book goes FREE.
FLEXIBLE LEATHER BINDING
More -than 1500 pictures are
utilized in this work. Two
pages illustrate the flags of all
nations. The list price of the
book is $2:50. This is FREE.
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