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DAILY ARIZONA SlLVeft BELT
Thursday, January 24, 1$J
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Real Estate, Loans and Insurance I
TWENTY-FOUR OF THE LARGEST, STRONGEST AND
BEST FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES
both foreign and domestic
The beat Accident and Sick
Benefit Insurance in America
Bonds, Plate Glass, Boiler
and Engine Insurance
INSURANCE IS OUR
Money to Loan on approved
security. We are here to
serve you. If you will call
we will be pleased to confer
PHILLIPSON & HAGEN
Office hours: 8 a. m., to 6 p. m., 7. p. m. to 8 p. m.
OFFICE, Over Postoffice, Globe, Arizona
Current News of Busy viloLo Told in
J. F. Zsijmtan leaves toilny for l busi
yuss visit at Phoenix.
E. 0. Kinyon of Soloiiumville is a
.business visitor in tlie city.
Harry Markowitz, the Los Angeles
hlile buyer, arrived iu tlio city last oven
inj,'. D. l Sullivan, tho well known mining
man anil promoter, has go no to tho
coast for a brief vacation.
lrs. W. CL Shanloy entertained a
munbor of friends last evening at a
card party at her homo on the J5all
W. II. Wheeler, architect for the Kan
dolph lines, came in from Tucson last
evening for a few days' visit on com
Jack Rice, tho well known powdor
salesman, is spending a few days m the
city selling explosives to local dealers
and mining companies.
Harold Marshall, forest supervisor,
came up from Safford last evening to
look after his duties in commotion with
the Pinal Mountain roscrve.
('. A. Kennedy, cashier of the Gila
Valley Bank & Trust company at Solo
nionville, arrived iu the city last even
ing to spend a few days on business.
Attorney J. Woinbergor returned last
evening from a ten days' absence. He
spent a few days in Kansas City on
business and visited relatives in Danvor
on his return trip.
Superintendent Henry V. Snell of the
Arizona Commercial company and his
bride, formerly Miss Carroll, returned
Inst evening from their wedding trip
and are at homo in tho Fisk rosidonco
on South Broad street.
II. B. Hovland returned Inst evening
from Bisbee. Mr. Hovland stato tlmt
all of the lots in tho Warren townsite
whioh were placed on tho market hnve
been sold, a record which exceeded tho
anticipations of tho company.
Messrs. Nelson, Jepton and Smith,
tho Pennsylvania stookholdors of tho
Arizona National company, returned
yesteidny from tho mine of the com
pany with Superintendent L. It. Scholl.
They expressed themsolvos as highly
pleased with tho outlook at the prop
erty. Attorney L. L. Henry has returned
from Phoenix, whore ho spent a week
making the homeward trip by the way
of Florence and C'asa Grando, on ac
count of tho washing out of the bridge
of the M. &. P. road. While at Phoenix
Mr. Henry was admitted tojuactico bo
fore the snpieme court. .
Ladies' Guild Meeting
There will be a special meeting of
tho Guild of .St. John's Episcopal ohuroh
at the lesidence of Mrs. Tooinbs on
Friday, the 25ih, at 'A o'clock. .
Car of Lcmp's
J. J. Keegan yostorday rocoived a
carload of Lcmp's Falstaif bottled beer,
the first car of its kind to have come
Cucumbers, lettuce, asparagus and
grapes just received. Scoble, Soboy &
Just received a carload of tho vory
lafost designs in wall papor designs of
,1007. Buxton & Merritt.
Twcnty-sovon year old cognac in the
original package. Tho finest to bo had
for medicinal purposos. McDonough's.
Cucumbers, lettuce, asparagus and
grapes just rocoived. Scoble, Soboy &
Winona Mills, agency for Globe and
district for sale. An easy way to make
a very good living. Prico l flammable.
For particulars address A. E. Cat II,
770, Phoenix, Ariz.
Now Open to the Public
Eighty rooms, single and ensuite. Thirty rooms with hatha
Hot and 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
in this country, j
Colonel Thomas E. Farish Brings Suit
Against George Becbo for 25,000
Shares of Rich Cienoguita Company
Locatod in Sonora, Mexico.
Colonel Thomas E. Farish, who iiJ
roady has two suits ponding against
tho Cieneguitn company, has filed an
other at Phoenix against George Beobe,
who it is alleged, dominates tho com
pany. It is stated in the complaint
that in 1!01 Beobe and Dr. J. M. F'ord
had an option on certain mining prop
erties in Sonora and thev omploved the
plaintiff to make an examination of
them. It was understood that his com
pensation should be a part of the stock
of a company which should bo formed
in case the property was taken over.
The plaintiff spent several months go
ing over tho properties and having made
a favorable report Messrs. Ford and
Beebe took up the option. They organ
ized the Cieneguita Copper company of
Arizona and transferred to it the stock
oi the Mexican company known as tho
Coinpama Minora de la Cieneguita S.
A. Dr. Ford received 300,000 shares of
tho stock of the company and Beebe
.500,000. Accordingly to" the agree
ment with the plaintiff. Dr. Ford turned
over to him 2.",000 shares then having
a value of $1 a share. Beebe refused to
surrender 25,000 shares under the agree
ment and this action is brought to com
pel him to do so. The Bhares are now
alleged to be worth o. Therefore the
plaintiff asks in lion of the shares, a
judgment for $ieo,000.
The plaintiff also filed a motion for
intervention in the suii of F. C. Drew
against tho Cieneguita Copper company
of Arizona praying for tho dissolution
of it. In his motion the plaintiff op
pesos the dissolution until the several
suits he has against it shall bo ndjustod.
Urwv is one of the officers of the
Cieneguita Copper company of Nevada,
which was formed sovcral months ago,
it is alleged, at the instigation of Beobe.
Dominion Hotel Arrivals
Jack Bice, San Francisco; II. J. Don
nelly, Gibson's; C. W. Wright, Kansas
City; T. II. Wielandy, St. Louis; II.
Markovitz, Los Angeles; Hal Marshall,
Safford i E. G. Kinyon, Solomonville;
Louis Melczcr, Ed Trenhaft, Phoenix;
J. J. Fox, Denver; II. Baumnn, San
Francisco; C. A. Kennedy, Solomon
ville; W. II. Wheeler, Tucson.
Mixup at Metropolo
C. .1. Arnold, who recently purchased
the Motropole cafo from Ernest Thomas,
had a dispute with tho latter over n
payment yesterday morning and Thomas
is said to have assaulted Arnold, after
which the lntter drove Thomas from
tho place with an axe. Both were ar
rested and Arnold clnimed in Judge
Thomas' court that Thomas had made n
movoinont toward his pistol pocket. Ar
nold was discharged and Thomas fined
$." or fifteen days, choosing tho latter
method of squaring with tho county.
ARRESTED TOR ROBBING
Tho shoo repair shop of L. C. Ather
ton, noxt to tho Silver Belt office, was
entored and robbed some time Sunday
night and $.'10 worth of leather stolen.
Tho police wore notified and yesterday
they arrested Carlos Apodaco, who con
ducts a shoo shop on Broad street,
oharging him with knowing something
of tho crime. Leathor which Mr. Ath
orton identified was found in Apodaco 's
shop. The lattor's hearing began yes
terday and was continued until this af
ternoon al 2 o'clock.
Subscribo for tho Daily Silver Bolt.
NORTH GLOBE TO
Residents Will Petition Council
This Evening Appointments
Also to Be Made
A livoly session of tho city council
is anticipated this evening and thore
will be much business of importance
and interest transacted. It is under
stood that a majority of the taxable
inhabitants of North Globo will petition
the council for annexation to the city
and their request will undoubtedly be
granted. The size of the city will be
almost doubled by the admission of that
part' of North Globe which is not now
in tho corporate limits.
Probubly the 'business of most interest
scheduled for tonight is tho appoiut
mont of city officials. A city attorney,
clork, marshal und supervisor of streets
will bo named and there will probably
bo a contest over tho marshalship, as it
is understood that there is considerable
difference of opinion among the city
dads as to who would bo tho best mar
shnl. Dnve Heron sooms to have tho
best ohnnco for tho job, but it would
not bo surprising if a dark uorso took
it. Georgo Hill and J. Weinberger
seem to bo slated for attorney and
clerk respectively, and It. C. Goodwin
for supervisor of streets.
Globe Fire Fighters Will Cele
brate Ninth Anniversary
Pioneer Hose No. 1 held its nunual
meeting on Monday uight and elected
officers for tho ensuing twelve months
as follows: President, Ed T. Stewart;
captain, II. II. Pratt; foreman, S. C.
Saylcr; secretary, StcvcrTillmau; treas
urer, Harry Sultan; trustees, Joe Crow
ley, W. W. Brookner, Hurry Sultan.
The ninth anniversary of the organ
ization of Pioneer Hose occurs March
22 next, which the members propose to
celebrate with a banquet, as has been
the custom for a number, of years.
Pioneer Hose is a most worthy organi
zation that has rendered valuable ser
vices to property ownets and to the
towu as a whole, nud has been main
tained without oxpeuse to the interests
protected by it.
Globe has now reached a size and
importance where larger and more mod'
era apparatus if? needed for the pro
tection of .property from fires, and it
will devolve upon the city government
to make provisions for this change by
levying a tax tp purchase new equip
ment and for tho maintenance of tho
Until such time Pioneer IIoso will
maintain its organisation and should re
ceive every encouragement from the
business men and property owners of
CRAZY ACT OF
George Anthony, a Miner in the Santa
Maria District, Shoots Up Camp,
Fires at Mine Owner and Then Ho
Walks in the Snow Barefooted.
As yot the county officers have not
located George Anthony, who. durinu
a drunken debauch, fired two shots at
I). II. Smith, owner of a mining camp
in tho Santa Maria district, and after
chasing Smith from the premises, set
are to tne tent, which was burned to
tho ground, with its storo of provisions
rum clothing, says the Gazette.
Smith enimued Anthonv. a stranger
in the county, to assist him in tho de
velopment of his nronertics. After
starting Anthony to work, Smith left
lor iJUlsule, where ho had purchased a
load of provisions. Amonir tho pur
chases made was a five-gallon jug of
whisky. Alter unloading and storing
tho provisions, Smith and Anthony
started celebrating, imbibing liberally
of the liquor.
During a lull in tho conversation
Smith noticed that Anthony has un
loaded his shotgun and japid fire rifle
and put the cartridges jn his pocket,
niid in addition had appropriated all
of tho ammunition in tho tout. Smith
remonstrated with him and tho latter
reloaded Smith's riflo and then or
dered him from the promises under
threats of death.
Smith rnn from the tent, and when
only a short distance away Anthony
fired two shots at him, which happily
missed thoir mark. After Smith's de
parture, Anthony sot fire to the tent,
burning it with its entire storo of pro
visions. During the progress of tho flnmes,
Anthony stripped all his own clothes
from his 'body except his left shoo and
threw them into the fire.
Ho then left tho place and made his
way to Marshal's camp, nbout a milo
distant, where ho arrived early tho
next morning, sans everything in the
way of wearing apparel with tho ex
ception of the shoe on his left foot.
Alarmed at such a siirht tho miners
there took the mnn in chargo and
dressed him in what clothing they
could spare. After pnrtaking of soma
nourishment, he informed them that
ho had come from Stnith's camp and
stated that Smith had left the place
and that he had burned down the camp.
A search party was organized and
Smith was found that afternoon in
Lcosmau's camp, nbout thrco miles
away, whero ho had mado his way in
tho darkness, after being shot at by
AGAIN SENDS A
(Continued from Pago Oue)
crimiunblc for us to surrendor to our
commercial rivals the great commerce
of the orient, tho grcnt commerce we
should hnvo with South America and
even our own conininnicntions with Ha
waii and tho Philippines.
"I earnestly hopo for the enaelment
of some law like the bill in question.
Figures That 'Talk
Senator Beveridge in addressing the
-seiintc twitty on his bill to prohibit the
transportation in interstate commerce
of tho products of child labor declared
that the census shows that nearly two
million chilil bieadwinners undor 15
years old are at work. Of these almost
700,000 are engaged in work other than
agriculture. Child labor on tho farm is
good, he said. The bill does not strike
at that. It strikes only at child labor
in tho factories, mines and sweatshops.
Appalling us these figures are, they do
not show tho full enormity of tho evil.
He presented a large number of affida
vits, photographs and published articles
setting forth conditions under which
childieu labor iu factoiies, mills und
State Legislation Won't Do
-Beveridge aigued that state legisla
tion is inadequate to stop theovil for
the reason that if quo state passed a
good law tho manufacturers are placed
at u disadvantage iu competition with
states which refused or neglected to
pass good laws. Boveridgo urged that
bis proposed net is in no sense a restric
tion of legitimate state rights, und quot
ed at length from decisions of courts
to prove the bill constitutional. To
save human beings from ruin, he said, is
tho purpose and effect of the bill.
Debate on Salary Raise
Tho discussion on the salary measure
was goueral. Mr. Berry contended that
$3,000 wus not a grossly inadequate sal
ary for senators and members of con
gress. He denied that they could not
live on that amount. "There is not half
of them," lie declared, "who ever
could or ever did make $3,000 a year
engaged in liny other business."
Senator Nelson offered an amend
ment confining the increase to tho vice
president, bpcaker and cabinet officers,
lie said: "We, as legislators, are to
day paid higher than legislators of any
Not Society Swells
Nelson then gave figures showing tho
salaries paid legislators in European
countries and, continuing his argument
spoke witli resentment of the idea that
legislators were here as laborers for a
saalry. This was a post of honor and
tho pay was enough to live modestly.
"We do not want to enter tho social
world," he asserted.
Senator Gallingor favored the in
crease. Ho sahi: "We hnvo hen in
creasing salaries all along the Hue c.t
copt our own. The heads of various
bureaus and some private secretaries
get almost as much as wo; interstate
commerce commissioners get twieo as
much, ns do any judges."
"Living expenses," he said, "do not
represent the total demand upon legis
lators." Each member, he continued,
must make political contributions. This
was just and so were many other de
mands which could not be avoided,
Mr. Lodgo in favoring the increase
said that the members of the English
parliament received no salaries; that
the Irish members received contribu-:
tions from tho peoplo of their district
and from their American countrymen,
and that the labor menibers were paid
by labor unions. This was a bad sys
tem and ho believed Great Britain was;
coming to recognise it.
Mr, Mallory proposed an amendment
making the increaso apply after 1013.
On the roll call the Nelson amendment
cutting off Hie increase to senators and
mombcrs was defeated 50 to 17. The
Mallory amendment jmstponing the in
creaso to 19,13 w'as voted down 01 to 1.
Oratory in House
WASHINGTON, January 2.1. This
was a day of oratory in the house, the
pension appropriation hill affording tho
opportunity to a number of Republicans
to make speeches not only in behalf of
the bill, but on tariff revision and the
San Prancisco school incident. On tho
latter subject Mr. Hayes of California
insisted that all California desired was
to be permitted to .continue American
and that tho Chineso exclusion law
should be mado to apply to Japanese
Mr. GTosvenor of Ohio occupied an
hour and a half discussing the tariff.
IN RICHMOND, VA.
By Associated Press.
RICHMOND, Va., January 23.
TJireo fires today detsroyed $330,000
worth of property, including the offices
of the Adams and Southern Express
companies nud the plants of tho Sor
bin g Tobacco company and the building
of a publishing company.
Our snow white homo-rondorcd lard
ennnot bo bent. Globo Meat Market.
Sultana Rebekah Lodge No. 5 meets
tho second and fourth Mondays of each
month. Visiting members cordially in
vited. Road tho Silvor Belt Always up to
THE SOLOMON-WICKERSH AM CO.
fcLOBE Wholesale Grocers safford
Ask your Grocer for Diamond M. Flour.
You take no chances, we take none.
It is fully Guaranteed, THERE NONE BETTER!
AMENDMENTS TO THE ARTICLES
Bo it known that, at a meeting of
tho stockholders of this corporation,
held at its office in Globe, Arizona, on
tho 2nd day of January, 1007, at which
tho holdeis and representatives of a
majority of all tho outstanding stock
of said corporation were prcsont, the
following amendments to tho constitu
tion of said corporation wero duly and
That Article ft bo amended to read
as follows, to wit: Tho authorized cap
ital stock of this corporation is and
shall bo One Million Five Hundred
Thousand Dollars, which said capital
stock shall bo divided into One Million
Five Hundred Thousand shares of the
par value of Ono Dollar each, and when
issued, shall bo fully paid and non-assessable.
That Article 5 of said corporation be
and tho sumo is hereby amended as
(a) By striking out the word "five"
in tho second line thereof and inserting
in lieu thereof tho word "eight."
(b) Tlmt, in addition to the persons
named therein as directors, the follow
ing named persons bo and they are
hereby constituted directors of this cor
poration, to wit: J. P. Heardon, Rich
ard O. Sparks and Glenn L. Coffee, who,
with tho persons already named in said
Article! 5, shall constitute tho Board of
Directors of this corporation.
J. THORNTON PRICE,
N. G. NEIIMS, President.
Secretary pro tern.
TEHRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
I, N. (1. NehmB, Secretary, pro tem
pore, of Globe Whoatfields Mining Com
pany, do hereby certify that tho abovo
j amendments to tho articles of incor
poration of said corporation werq duly
adopted at a meeting of tho stockhcld
ers thereof called for that purpose, and
that at said meeting a majority of all
the stock issued and outstanding wns
duly and properly represented.
Tn Witness Whereof, I have hereunto
set my hnnd and affixed the corporate
seal of said corporation, at Globo, Ari
zona, this, the day of .limitary,
1907. N. G. NHHMS,
(Seal) Secretary pro tempore,
RESOLUTION NO. 1
Whereas, It satisfactorily appears to
the Common Council of tho Town of
Globe that said town has acquired a
population of three thousand, and that
there are now over three thousand in
habitants within the boundaries of the
said town; and
Whereas, The inhabitants thereof de-
"sirc to assume a city organization and
n is ucumeti 10 me ami interests oi me
town that the inhabitants thereof as
sumo a city organization;
Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, That
we, the Common Council of the said
Town of Globe, in consideration of the
premises and pursuant to tho provisions
of Paragraph 597, Chapter 9 of Title 11
of tho Revised Statutes of the Territory
of Arizoun, do unanimously vote in
favor flf, and do heroby assume and
adopt a city organization under the
name of the City of Globe.
PaKsed and adopted January 12, 1907.
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: R J. Elliott, Mayor,
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office rooms, 5-7-9 Trust building. Of
flco phone, Main 1841. Residence phone,
Moved to No. 28
Real Estate Broker
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
Let the Baker Do the Work!
THE VAGON WILL CALL AT YOUR
HOME WITH A FULL LINE OF
BREAD, PIES AND PASTRY.
LET THE BAKER DO THE WORK
WHITE LEGHORN EGGS
$1.00 per setting
C. P. BREITENTEIN, West of Graveyard
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co,
L. D. RlCKETfS D. W. WlCKERSHAM T. A. PASCgj
A. T. Thomson H. S. VanGorder
C. E. Mills H. W. Horn Ph. Freudenthai
r. E. Solomon
All classes of accounts Invited
Buy or build
your 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
OFFICE PHONE 432.
SCOBLE, SOBEY & CO.
OATS, SCOBLE & CO.
Have you tried our Ferndell Goods?
If not, why not?
Once tried, always used.
Franz Lumber Co.
Lumber, doors, windows, paints,
oils, varnishes and cement. All
lands of builders material
Sole Agents for Douglas Cement
' -III! " Ill.--lll- .-- I I .....l ,
Yards located on Railroad Street one block
west of the Court House.
BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO.
Single and Double Teams
A Specialty made
Finest line of ART SQUARES ever ex
hibited here. Also a Splendid Assort
ment of RUGS, all grades and all prices.
COMING Will be here next week, four
carloads of mixed Furniture, the newest
styles and embracing everything.
Foreign exchange at lowest rates
you a home of
RESIDENCE PHONE 43
in the City!
Hay, Grain & Coal
of ( Fine Livery Rig
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