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Friday, January 11,
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Will Bo Reorganized into a Mining Com
pany Immediately East Butto Ad
vancesOther Coppers' Hold Stoady
at Around Yesterday's Figures.
STUDY 0 A GLAOIEB
CURIOUS FEATURU8 OF THE CREEP
ING MASS OF ICE.
(Hy T. X. Kinsoy)
0L0I1K, January 10. The feature of
the coppers today was tho announce
ment that the Donn-Arizona Develop
ment company would be reorganized
into a mining company at an early dale.
Tho present company now has 7."i,00()
shares, par value $10. .The mining coin
pain to he formed will have .1.10,000
shares, of which .10,000 will be treasury
stork 1'or every share of the develop
ment stock, two -and one-half shares of
the mining stock will be exchanged
free with the privilege of subscribing
for one and one-half shares at $10 per
share, or a total of four to one.
Kast lint to advanced up to $14.2.1 on
report that tho breast of the drift on
the 100-foot Jevel had greatly improved
in value and that the company's output
would be doubled this mouth.
Accumulation of Lako stocks is going
on and hardly a day passes without
Mime of the producing stocks making a
big advance. Tamarack advanced
twelve points in about as many minute
today. Quincy was in demand in sym
pathy with Tamarack, and it is predict
ed that Osceola will again advance in
like manner some of these days. In
spite of the slight tlood at Clifton Shan
non opened strong and showed bettor
buying than for many days past.
New York stocks acted a little tired
today and advice is given to sell rail
roads on any rally.
Allouez . ..
Arizona Commercial ,
Butte k London
Boston Consolidated .
Butte Coalition ...
Copper Range .. . .
Calumet & Arizona .
Daly-West .. . ......
Dean-Arizona . ... .
Kast Butto ..... ...
Greene Consolidated ...
North Butte . .
wsceoln .... ...........
Shannon ...... ..................
Shattuck .. .
Superior & Pittsburg
Utah Consolidated ..
Franklin . ..
Superior & Boston -1.37
Helvetia . 4.00
Local stocks same.
New York Stocks
Colorado Fuel & Iron ....,
U. S. Steel, common
New York Central
Union" Pacific ... 170.37
Southern Pacific ,0.1.00
at. Paul iJ;i.iL'
Erie ...- 43.87
Money, 2Vj per cent.
How to Find Lost Radium
The peculiar. properties of milium en
aided George B. Pegram, instructor in
physics at Columbia university, .to re
cover recently ii.000 worth of the sub
stance which Dr. Hubert Abbe of St.
Luke's hospital believed that he had
lost. Dr. Abbe was one day using radi
um in the treatment of a patient, and
dropped a tube containing .sixty milli
grammes of it on the floor. The radium
salt spread itself over the carpet and
could not lio seen. Dr. Abbe applied to
Mr Pegram, who is Columbia's radium
Mr Pegram visited the hospital and
took with Mini several photographic
plates cuvorcil with black paper. These
he placed mi the floor where the radium
was belic. to be. When tho plates
were developed ho was able to see the
exact positu.t, of the radium. He then
had the section of curpot whero the pho
tograph had showed tho salt to be taken
up and, with the dust under it, carried
to his laboratory.
Mr Pegram shook all the dust out of
the carpet and bv n.'aitnnlo chemical
treatment recovered something more
than sixty milligrammes of a mixture
of barium and radium bromide, which
he believes contuinoil most of the salt
that was lot- 'aeu' M,wujJi&t
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The Washington Herald says Toddy
bears make tho best pots. Tho Herald's
word goes for much in this ollicc, but
when it comes to pet bears we prefer
the expert opinion of Hon. Angus Me
fcween of Washington. Houston Post.
As to Breakdowns
She-Would you rather walk o'r ride
He Well, T'vc been out in tho motor
ear no much recently that I think I'd
rather ride for a change. Puck.
What the Traffic Will Bear
."The cost of making gas" is a sub
ject treated in the Washington Herald.
What worries the company here is not
the cost of making it, but how much tho
people will pay for it without a riot.
la the Summer It la NoUy With tbe
Voice of Many VVHtrn Often Gray
In Color From the IlehrU duttiervd
la It Mouutulu Journey.
Although wo are fur removed from
the ico ugo lu polnt.of time, the tourist
agencies have made It easy for one
who has u week or two to spare and
a few pounds lu his pocket to visit
countries whero glacial conditions Htlll
Probably tho first Impression of most
visitors to a glacier la that It Is very
llko Its picture. Thero are tho snow
crowned mountains. Thero Is tho Ico
filled valley. There nro all tho va
rieties of moraine Just as the text
books depict them. Tho tlrst Impres
sion, however, Is li very superficial
one. Glaciers are just llko most things
In this world. When we get to kuow
them we find thoy are quite different,
In some respects, at least, from what
As acquaintance rlr.eus wo flud out
all sorts of little things which tho
writers of text books doubtless know
perfectly well, but never thought of
mentioning, things which perhaps
were so familiar to them that to de
scribe them would have seemed like
saying that rain Is wet or that snow
Is cold, but which nevertheless fill the
novice with the pleasure of having dis
covered the unexpected.
One of tho things which first struck
the writer when ho first spent a few
days In the near neighborhood of a
glacier wus to find what a noisy crea
ture It was. Somehow one associates
with snow and Ice the Idea of Intense
quiet, and uo doubt If one climbs high
up among the snow on tho mouutalns
oue will Hud It quiet enough. But
lower down on the surface of the
glacier thero Is, at least In summer
time, continuous noise.
The noise Is the voice of mauy wa
ters. All around are Innumerable llt
tlo rivulets caused by tho melting of
the Ice In tbe heat of tho summer sun.
Theso trickle and babble nud splash
their sinuous courses for longer or
shorter distances, but uono go very far
before they plunge headlong down one
of the numerous fissures or crevasses.
Borne seem to fall Into a larger tor
rent far below. Others make their
way Into some glacial mill where stones
are churued round nud round. Just as
oue may sco In the potholes In the
stream at East Lintou.
By listening Intently ono may be
able to hear this churning sound min
gling with the voice of the waters.
Miniature avalanches contribute their
quota of noise. Now some pinnacle of
ice topples over and splinters Into a
thousand fragments. A not' a handful
of stones come alldlng doivn the side,
of a ridge of Ice, perhaps to splash
Into a pool. All these vi'rlous onuses
comblno to produce a wonderful amount
Another curious feature of glaciers
Is, that the surface of the Ice lu many
Instances appears quite qxtraordlnarlly
dirty. This does not seem as It should
be. Snow Is one of the symbols of
purity. Surely the Ice, descending
from the pure white snow on the
mountains should be pure also.
Yet when we view a glacier from
a little distance we are often sur
prised at the enormous amount of de
bris gathered ou its surface. Besides
the central moraine or moraines often
there are Several composed of consid
erable innsaes of stone, we find finer
particles of matter Imbedded lu the
Ice all over the surface, ofteu lu suf
ficient quantity to give It a grayish
All this solid matter has at one time
or another fallen upon the surface of
the glacier and Is being borne along
by it as a river bears along the sticks
and leaves that full Into It. But lu
the case of a glacier we may have ex
posed to view the accumulations of
hundreds of years. At the lower end
of the glacier there Is much of Inter
est In the first place, there Is very
often a great cave lu the Ice, and from
this there Issues the glacier stream.
This cave often looks as If It ought
to be explored, and it may be possible
to make one's way under the Ice for a
But let the traveler beware. Expedl.
tlons of this klud are far from safe.
The Interior of a glncier may bo stud
led safely enough in the grottoes and
tunnels which nre carved Into the liv
ing Ice of many show glaciers, such as
that of the Rhone, but the Ice at the
debouche of the stream Is In an un
stable condition. Every now and then
the cave partially collapses or great
masses of ice fall from tho toot, and In
a moment an unwary tourist may be
trapped or crushed to death. Edin
Uudweisor and Blue Rjbbon bottled
beer at McDonough's. 20tf
I f you want something extra nice in
wall papor go to Ryan's.
Bread, cakes and pies delivered to
any part of town by trie Star. Bakery
Get your cheese at Murphy's. It's
nice nnd. wholesome Swiss and limbtir-
gor imported clieoso at Murphy's.
For rolinblo help, tolophono 1791.
Globe Employniont -Agency, room 4,
Bo suro to read our tult
minion Commereial Co.
Tho Old Do-
Got your choeso at Murphy's. It'
nice and wholesome. Swiss, and llni
burger, imported eheeso at Murphy's.
Dccornto Your Homo
Go to ltyan ' for a varied nssortmont
of wall paper.
Do you want to know how you can
got a stylish dress for $3.2.1. If so call
at Tho Old Dominion Commercial Co.
and aek to see our .lino of Nona suit
Itemombor wo enrry a full line of
shoes and rubbers. Tho Old Dominion
Commereial Co. '
Twonty per cent roducton on all hats
in our millinery dopnrtniont. Tlie Old
Dominion Couimorciul Co.
Bead tho Savor Bolt-date.
-Always up to
The Globo National bauk has received
handsome calendars for 1907 and will
bo pleased to give oue to anyono who
will tako the troublo to call.
Scarfpin, Earring and Ring Mount
ings expected Wcdnesdny at llubot
tom's, Max Lantin's old stand after
Tho Globe National bank has received
handsome calendars for 1907 and will
be pleased to givo one to anyone who
will take the troublo to call.
Threo Durhams and ono Jorsoy coW)
extta good milkors. J. O. Gibson,
What Is Destroying tho Negroes'
Tho polico ollieers of Grecnvillo nro
doing good work in ferreting out tho
disponsors of oocalno in this district. A
prominent levee contractor said recently
to tho writor that tho use of cocaine'
was doing more to destroy the colored
people of tho Doltn than any other
agency. Ho said that a man or woman
under the influonco of cocaine was ev
erything that was bad, and besides, the
use of the drug seems to destroy the
usor both mentally nnd physically. The
penalty for soiling cocaine except on a
physician's prescription is sovoro, and
the courts should all make a special ef
fort to secure tho punishment of thoso
guilty of violating tho law in this re
spect. Greenville, Miss., Democrat.
Mr. Rooso'velt's Course Inevitable
If Mr. Roosevelt is pursuing blindly
a policy which is calculntod to lead to
evil consequences, it is because the
trusts pursued that policy in tho first
instance, and compollod the ndopHon of
methods of a corrective nuturo, some
of which evidently are far from unpaln
table to the magnntcs in the background
of this complaint. No condemned crim
inal over had a good opinion of the
hangman, and we cannot oxpeet the
Morgans and' tho Harrimans to sing tho
praises of Theodore Roosevelt at the
prcsont stage of tlio gamo. Rochester
See Mack and Jim at the Wedge saloon.
3V R-esov far &exvVe,mexv
A place for mixed drinks especially.
Don't you want the very latest and best in
If so call on us. We handle the finest line
of Outfitters' Notions. Complete in every
Detail. Eastern goods at eastern prices
New store north
P. H. CHRISTY
Silver Belt Want Ads Bring Results
F. L. JONES
FRED H. JONES
F. L JONES & SON .
3tweYs. T)veeovs aud SmViaVmevs
CASKETS AND METALS
Gontlemen's, Ladies' and Children's Robes
Moldings and Picture Framing
&to. Q. OV&tVs Cos T&ouumMvs. "R,xV&wrl, "Q.
Residence, Ball Grounds West Side Hill
Street. Third House South of Bridge
Yne&'. TatVoti, MI; U&&tivce Mi. obe, SVtVukvh
Tho Globe Nntionnl bank has received
handsome calendars for 1907 and will
bo pleased to givo one to anyono who
will tuke the troublo to call.
Stage to Gibson Mino
Stago will leave each Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday mornings at 9:30 a.
in., from Barclay & Higdon 's corral.
Owing to the lack of fuel to run the
plant, the Globe Steam Laundry has
been compelled to shut down for a
G. BOHSE, Prop.
Go to Kyan's
When you want magazines, confection
ery, books, stationery, ammunition or
gruphophone records. Souvenir postnta
Chinese Chop House
Connected with Bank saloon
- Open Day and Night
Chop Suey, Chicken and Club
Kverylhing in season in the way of delicacies
always (Mi hand.
The Postoffice Store
The l-ranz Lumber company lias just
received a large stock of building paper.
Quickest, easiest and cheapest way to
secure work. Globo Employment Agen
cy, room I, over Brown's.
Fine hand painted china at Van Wag
photographs are the
The Globo National bank;has received
handsome calendars for 1907 aud will
be pleased to give ono to anyone who
will take the trouble to cull.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of the
East Globe Land and Trust Company
will be held in the offices of the Globe
Real Estato office, rooms 1, 2 and 3,
Post Office building, Globe. Arizona, on
Monday, January 7, 1907, at 8 o'clock
Dated at Globe, Arizona, this 1st day
of January, 1907.
F. L. TOOMBS, Secretary.
Have You a Large
Lots of social engagements
and the writing of letters in
cident thereto? How about
your stationery? Is it of the
best? Best you could find?
Ever been in this shop?
Frankly, perhaps not modest
ly, you can't airord to, over
look the advantages every
way of buying correspondence
Our Xmas stock must go, noth
ing to be carried over. Come
in and look the line over; prices
made to suit.
Palace . Pharmacy
G. S. VAN WAGENEN
Advertise in the Silver Belt.
Trees 'Hint Whistle.
The musical tree that grows in the
West India Islands has a leaf of pe
culiar shape and pods with split or
open edges. The wind passing through
these creates tho sound which gives
the tree Its name, in Barbados there
Is a valley filled with these plants, arid
when the trade winds blow across the
Islnnd a constant moaning, dcep,,,
whistle is" heard ''f J'lrolrd and
hours of tho nlRht lm? .
unpleasantjt-, growinR abun.
Pfn tho Sudan is also called by
"&" mmo name. Its shoots are fre
quently, by the aid of the larvae of
tio forest insects, distorted lu shap
and swollen Into a globular bladdor
from ono to two Inches In diameter.
After the insect has emerged from a
little circular hoI In the sldo of the
swelling tho opening, played upon by
the wind, becomes a musical Instru
ment equal In sound to n sweot toned
All kinds of carpenters' tools nt tho
Globo Hardware store.
Seo thoso carvers and chafing dishes
at the Globo Hardware store.
A fine lino of porldots, chrysocolla and
copper sylicate just received at Rubot
toin's, north of tho bridge
Van Wacencn has the finest
paints and wall paper ever broughtt
Globe. See them before you decide.
Tho Globo Nntionnl bank has recoived
handsome calendars for 1907 and will
bo pleased to givjone to nnyono who
will tako tho trouhlto call.
A reduction of j6 per cont on all
case goods at Tho Cafe Boyal. I carry
a fine assortment of whiskies, gins,
brandies and wines o. all kinds.
This .reduction holdsgood until up to
.fnniinrV IS onlv.
nvrnn "Nobln w'-V5so goods,
Cumber1-"1 Whisky, case goods.
r...ogram Whisky, ensc-oods.
Old Crow Whisky, case goods;
Guggonhoimer Whisky, casoNgoods.
Horniitago Whisky, case goods
J. F. Cuttor Whisky, case goods.
Port wino per bottle .from 25 ccntsup.
h YMAN.C. WOODS
Van Wagencn has tho finest line ox
lunula iiuu wan paper ever urougnt 10
Globo. Seo them beforo you decide. Ji
Wo havo saner kraut and sweot-pickles
that will please the family. Globe
Wo soil SHASTA WATEE by the bat
tlo, dozen or case. Olobe Commercial
Got in out of the dust and drink tho
biggest boor in town at the Wedge.
First-class work at bed rock prices.
Buxton & Morritt, tho paintors.
Money io loan on good security,
dress W., Box 071, city.
Genuine Imported Swiss cheese nt the'
Globo Meat Market.
Fitzpatrick's Shoo. Shop
First-class repairing promptly done.
Next Silver Belt.
Choice Noftsger Hill Property
Houso and four) lots; Income $1G por month.
Two houses, thrbo lots; incomo $27 per month.
Two houses and four lots with water works; income
about $100.00. ! , '
Will sell all of (tho abovo property on easy terms or
will exchange ir southern California ranch property.
The Commercial Mines and Real Estate
Office, opposite: postoffice, "Hello" 1731
HANAWALf BROS, and PITTS
Improved and unimproved proper
ties in every part of the city.
LQTS-We have some rare bar-.
gains in these.
STOCKS of every kind bought and
sold. Give us a call.
PAT $7.50 IN ADVANCE FOE A
YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION TO THE
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
AND GET A DICTIONARY FREE.
All Colors, All Patterns, All Prices.
Go at a 10 per cent discount.
Nice Wool Skirt at a straight
25 per cent discount
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE
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