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January 25, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
The Globe National Bank
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
G. S. Van Wagonen, President. . I 3. H. HamllL Vlco President.
Dr. W. A. Holt. A. W. Sydnor..
E. M. White. Fred T. Bragonior.
Patrick Rose. Fred J. Griffin.
A. G. Smith, Cashier. J. R. Todd, Asst. Cashier.
WE HAVE UNEQUALED PAOILI.
TIES IN OUR NEW OFFICES FOR
TAKING CARE OF YOUR VALUA
BLE PAPERS, ETC. CALL AND AR
RANGE TO RENT ONE OF OUR
STEEL SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
OUR VAULT IS FIREPROOF.
Lnmamnted Sells Output Well Into
lA",,u -n . nut nnnnnrn.
Uuporintondont Lamb of Western Union
Says Qlobo Is Livelier than Ever
Visitors of Throo Yoars Ago Would
Not Know tho City.
Various Rumors Out Concorn-
GOOD 10 HI
, Ilv I. N. Kinsoy)
,v January 21. The copper
,s in n rather undecided posi
v President I'ainc issuetl a
tins morning that Copper
tt ..,ld enter into no combination
suitrior properties. Tliis
i- uneasiness, as it was
, rumors of the ileal were
Uuuit noon a statement was
n,i Amalgamated people to
:it there would be no com-
,H .iu-es asked were too high.
, i,Hrts brought in more or
it. v.- selling and the market
, all throughout the dny.
. .lose, confidence was ro-
,i1,t the leadership of Osee
.,,,1,' market closed strong.
,- advice is given to sell on
rr given out today that
: , , had sold its production
v, ,v at current prices. Ainal
. .,,i c dividend of $2 qunr-
,:,! in tho day gained .ovar
, iIi.to was good buying of
Arizona on account -f
from the diamond drill
u.ikitl on the property.
lilobc opened strong this
4 l'." bid. Later in the day
,i nil' at $-1.50 and tho stock
;M at $1.73 bid and $3.00
i, ttisbre there was a good
v market was dull and ir
linn being mostly profes--..
as only modorntcly net
. ,.U undertone.
Superintendent V. II. Lamb has re
turned from Uisbeo, Olobo and othor
points along tho Gila Valley, Olobo &
rNorthom railway, says a Tucson paper.
lie is on a trip over his domain or dis
trict of tho Western Union Telegraph
system and has visited a number of
towns in Southern Arizona.
Asked how he found conditions, he
said everything looked well, with the
exception of Nnro, which has not
grown much in the last few yenrs. That
town is not over eight years old. Globe,
Douglas and Hisbee are particularly ac
tive and it would be diflicult to say
which of these places is advancing the
Globe, said Mr. Lamb, is now more
lively than over, and has been for three
years past. A person who has not been
there since- 100.1 cannot realize tho
changes that have taken plnco in that
town for bettor railway sorvice from
Howie, as well as lower nnd more satis
factory freight mid passenger rates.
Globe is one of Arizona's old towns
and has grown to great importance.
a An.onn, asked
WARNS US ABOUT BRYCE
Pall Mall Gazette's Interesting Com
ment on New Ambassador
If you want the best results advertising can get for you
try the DAILY SILVER BELT and be convinced.
PRETTY JULIA SANDERSON.
It was tho Illness of Miss Paula Edwurdes that gave Miss Julia Sanderson
her opportunity to show what she could do in a lending part on the stage. She
had been a chorus girl, and Miss Edwurdes had permitted her to be her under-,
study. A sudden illness of tho principal put the chorus girl In the leading role
of "Winsome Winnie." She "made good." From that timo forward her way
The Pall Mnll Gazctto says that in
sending .lames Uryce to America it will
be well for the British people to inclose
a caveat along with their best wishes.
Great Britain may suffer, it thinks, if
Mr. Bryce is accepted in America as
representing the true temperature of
It considers him as pot distinctively
British, but rather aa a citizen of The
world with a heart like a hotel for tho
grievances of other peoplo than his own.
Ilis admiration for nationality, it says,
is conditioned on the nationality being
some one else's American, for instance,
Boor or Irish. Tho one person in whom
pride and self-interest of race must not
iind expression is tho plodding, unpic
turosque citizen of the British ompire.
"There is considerable danger," adds
the Pall Mall Gazette, "in sending a
philosophor of this description to repre
sent the British empire in negotiations
with an expansive, keen-witted people
who are peculiarly prone to working af
ter thoir own interests. Americans arc
undoubted admirers of intellectual dis
tinction, and are sincerely pleased to
have an ambassador of the particular
species of notability to which Mr. Bryce
belongs, but their regard for the pro
fessional class does not prevent thorn
from discriminating between its aca
domic and political qualities, and they
have to deal with Mr. Bryce as a poli
tician rather than as a savant.
"In that aspect tho new-iledgcd dip
lomatist will present certain tempta
tions to tho unenlightened self-interest
which has always been so brilliantly
displayed in the annals of American
foreign policy." London dispatch to
New York Sun.
COUNTERFEITERS USE RARE SKILL
AND MANY DEVICES.
It Tako Kxiiertu to Detect Souiw of
the llU-Kiil Coin Iu CirculMtiou.
How Uiicit Sum' Onti'lula Detect
i inked ........
New York Stocks
. t .. $113.02
I & Iron
v- 'rom Gila Valley Make Thoir
y from Industrial School at
and Arc Thought to Be on
Way to the Coast.
w illiain Carlisle of the Jndus-
ii i Benson, is spending a few
'- ' ity, having come up here
- " on account of illness, says
'rum Tombstone. He states
"ig is running smoothly at
""I there are at the present
' Imys iu that institution
- ' Nothing lias been heard
'he two boys who escaped
k "line. They were engaged
f! wuud in the rear of the
"I suddenly decided upon
l lify watched their chance
' guards .were in another
grounds dropped their atfes
!,""i country, going into the
" k of Benson. One of the
1 white boy sent from tiila
'""I Kdwards and tho other
sent from Salford. A thor
h was made for tho boys
Mipy escaped, but the oflicers
' even failed to get a clue
"hereabouts. It is expected
"""a a short time they will bIiow-
t,o,r respective homes, when
..i be taken back to the school.
' general impression thnt they
"t Benson on a freight train
'.me during the night.
5er Belt want ads brings results.
Robert Hunter a Socialist
Robert Hunter, who among his other
achievements, married Miss Caroline M.
Phelps Stokes, sister of J. G. Phelps
Stokes, has become a socialist. He is at
present in Europe and has written to a
friend in this city announcing his con
version to socialism and decision to join
the Socialist party in this country. He
says ho thought of doing it eight years
Now. savs Mr. Hunter, who in 1002
and 1003 was head Worker of the Vni
vorsity Settlement, it gives him great
pleasure to join iu the struggle "against
the dominance over men anil things of
the small nnd self-centered class. Every
day J see that so long as the capitalist
olass exists poverty, wage slavery and
all the miseries which well-intentioned
men desire to relieve or ameliorate
among us. It is, therefore, with u feel
ing of intense pleasure that I now come
to placo myself in direct opposition to
the most fundamental cause of our so
cial distress namely, capitalism it
jelf." Mr. Hunter thinks that cnpitalism
will soon go the way of "other class
systems." "Lawosn," he says, "sees
its frenzied finance, Hughes sees its
robbery of the widows and orphans,
Hearst sees its political treachery, btei
fons sees its political perfidy, Miss Tar
boll its soul of dishonor and hypocrisy,
Hobort Ie Forest its numerous tene
ments, Felix Adair the slavery of the
children, Roosevelt its poisonous food
products." Mr. Hunter sees all these
things at once, and the sight has driven
him to join those who demand "the
social ownership of tho instruments of
production." Capital must be slave or
monarch, Mr. Hunter says. He votes
for the change. New York Sun?
Won on a Foul
Captain Houser, of Merrimuc fame,
is going to congress from Alabama. He
lin n iilnu to siiond three billions on
battleships, which reminded Speaker
Cannon of the Populisl member from
Kansas who was talking in the house
of representatives of the trust-ridden
government at Washington, and, inei
dentally, the-erying need for more
' ' r was up at tho treasury the othor
day," said the Populist orator, "and I
went down into the cellar anil saw them
taking money, old money it may have
been, but money, and macerating it in
a tank. There they were,- with this
country starving for inonoy, using up,
spoiling, destroying billions of money
that was dirty, but perxecuy ""
Macerating millions of it, Mr. Speaker,
billions pf good money for no cause at
all. These billions "
"Don't you mean millions?" inquired
Judge Culberson of Texas, mildly.
"There you go," shouted tho Popu
list wildly. "That's just like a Demo
crat. Trying to win a debate on tech
nicalities! "Saturday Evening Tost.
Phone in'ytfur want ads. Main' 231.
"Although gold coins nre not In cir
culation In tho cast iu comparison with
the total amount of paper money which
leaves the gray walls of this old build
ing," said an otllclal of the treasury
department To a reportor, "there nre
nevertheless u great many of these
coins current, nnd they are counter
feited, together with our silver coins,
more than the nverage person would
"I will give you n few BiigKCstlons
on the nmnufucturc of good and coun
terfeit coins of various denominations
which will bo of Interest nnd vuluo to
the public. The three principal treas
ury testa of coins nre. tirst, the
weight; second, the diameter, and
third, the thickness. The counterfeiter
who succeeds In making Ids dies nnd
tho spurious metal alloy which will
meet nil of these tests Is Indeed a
.smart one. With some alloys he may
be nble to work out tho weight, but
the diameter of the. coin would reveal
that It was a counterfeit product, for
even 11 very slight Increase In the
thickness of the illicitly made artlclo
would show at once Its counterfeit
"The superior grade of colu counter-
felts are made with a dlo. Some of
the more perfect ones are almost rep
licas of our own mixed products and
have a sharp, true ring, smooth, well
finished surfaces, with the lettering
and milling tlnely delineated. The
reeding the little raised and Indented
mnrks ou the edges of the coin Is not
as sharp and clear us the reedlug ou
the genuine coins. While muny of the
Uned counterfeits are of full weight,
they are usually a little short of
weight. Some of these gold coin coun
terfeits are so well made nnd are of
such a fine appearance that they pass
current until they reach the hands 0
the coin experts In this building.
"The standard gold used by the mint
is 000 fine, or 21.10 carats. Tho most
deceptive gold counterfeits are mado
of a lower grade of gold, or from COO
to 800 flue and ns low us 400 flue in the
more Inferior grades of counterfeits.
The moat deceptive gold counterfeits
aro those which nre manufactured
from an alloy of gold, copper and sil
ver. Platinum Is a metal which Is
used by the expert counterfeiter to
gain the necessary weight to hla out
put, and when these platinum counter
feits are struck off in good dies nnd
then very heavily gold plated they
prove to be very dnngerous counter
feits when first 'shoved by the accom
plices of the man who generally doos
tho spurious minting, he usually keep
ing out of sight, for he Is too valuable
n man In the trude to bo unbbed In tho
passing stunt. The gold plating wears
off In due time, and the base metal Is
"A comparison of the piece with the
genuine of the same coinage and date,
together with a critical Inspection of
the minting, general appearance, die
Impress, ring, size and weight, will be
found nn accurate test when In doubt
ns to whether a coin Is genuine or spuri
ous. Tho familiar ncld test may also
"Counterfeit coins made In molds
are tho more common nnd tho more
easily detected. The mold counterfeit
usually applies to ellver coins. A num
ber of years ago there were many
counterfeits of silver coins made of
lend and type metal, but these havo
lnrgoly passed because of their easy
detection both ns to sight and feeling,
ns they aro slippery to the touch as
compnred with the real sliver coin. The
molding process Is a cheap one to set
up and Is largely Indulged in by for
elcners. who pass their bad products
upon their own countrymen when tho
latter are green ns to the genulno coin.
"Tho sharp, elenr cut appearance of
tho genuine coin Is absent, the milling
nnd lettering arc- dim, while the read
ing Is usually very faint nnd poorly
delineated. Nevertheless some pretty
fair Bllver counterfeit coins nre turned
out of molds, but the weight Is gen
erally short when an attempt la made
to bring them within tho specified
thickness 'and dlnmetcr.
"That there is considerable counter
feiting In . coins still attempted Is
shown by thp fact that our. secxet sery-
fc JtwT 1 1 iSkv
1 I. (J J l .. . 1 HM
IB V 3 JAl 1
lco omcers enpturea $u.uuo in spurious
gold coins nnd 12,000 In silver coins
during tho past year. The more ex
pert sliver coin counterfeiters use for
their product of the larger sliver coins
an alloy of about two-thirds antimony
and one-third lead, nnd when they
heavily plato these productions they
get out deceptive coin which has n
pretty fair ring. The good old standby
test of the required weight gives these
coins away in the hands of one used
to hnndllug money, though In some
sections of the country they get Into
circulation easily. The dollar piece
makes the most dangerous of this class
"Soino of tho molds are made of
motal, but most of them nre made of
plaster of parls. The Ave dollar nnd
tho ten dollar; gold pieces are the most
favored by the counterfeiter, tho twen
ty dollar gold piece being very bnrd to
reproduce so as to bnllle detection, as
the die of this coin Is the most beauti
ful and the hatdest to Imitate of our
gold coins. The predominating silver
pieces of counterfeit production are
Uie fifty nnd twenty-five cent pieces
and the standard silver dollar. The
first two pieces of subsidiary coin nre
the most easily 'shoved.'
"Nickel pieces have been gold plated
and passed on Immigrants and for
eigners at New York as genuine Unit
ed Stntes gold pieces of the five dollai
denomination, but they would not de
ceive an American. Sometimes a coun
terfeit of the subsidiary coins Is raked
In stamped out of brass or copper and
plated, but these coins are nil of light
weight and should not be deceptive.
Coins of the commouer metals, as of
pewter, ure too light to be deceptive
except on greenhorns of the far over
the sea variety. Tucjo coins are thick
ened to give them a weight approach
lug the real article and ought to be
"Some counterfeiters employ their
time In 'doctoring' genuine coins of
gold, as It would uot pay them to fool
with the silver, product. Plugging la
the favorite method employed, and the
larger denominations of tho cold coins,
especially the twenty dollar gold piece,
aro selected. They bore out tho In
terior of these large coins with delicate
Instruments nnd can get out several
dollars' worth of the pure gold from
each coin thus 'doctored.' The hole is
drilled In the edges, und so expertly Is
It done nud so neatly and skillfully Is
the Interior plugged with bad but
weighty metal that these coins often
defy detection until they reach the
hands of an expert. Tho puncture In
the reading Is so mlnuto and so clev
orly annealed with pure gold nnd then
rereeded with a line file that tho punc
ture escapes detectlou except upon
careful examination with sharp eyes.
"Some counterfeiters give the gold
coins an ncld bath or 'sweat' them out
of n dollar or two of the good metal
and then pass them along. The coins
nre genuine, of course, but the 'sweat
ing' deprives them of the required
weight. Theao 'sweated' cplns pass cir
culation from hand to hand until they
reach the banks or the subtrensurles,
when they nre at once caught up by
the coin couutcrs, and their careers
come to a sudden nud abrupt close as
coins of the realm." Washington Star.
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Of the quality you want, in the
?uantity you require, is our of
er in Meats and Poultry.
Another offer we propose is
careful handling, cutting and
Still another, lowest selling
price the market will warrant.
With such a combination,
proved by years of square
dealing, ought we not to nave
Pioneer Meat Co.
A Chance for every Lady to get a new dress for
WE HAVE EEOEIVED A LARGE
CONSIGNMENT OF THE WELL
KNOWN NOEEA SUITINGS AND
WE ABE OVERSTOCKED, AND IN
ORDER TO CLOSE THEM OUT WE
WILL SELL THEM FOR
- THESE SUITINGS ARE FIFTY-SIX
INCHES WIDE AND ARE ALL
WOOL AND ARE WORTH DOUBLE
THE PRICE WE ASK FOR THEM
IN ALL THE LEADING COLORS.
SOME OF THESE ARE JUST WHAT . "
j YOU WANT FOR YOUR CHILDREN
FOR SCHOOL DRESSES. -J
REMEMBER WE ARE MAKING A
REDUCTION OF TWENTY PER
CENT IN OUR MILLINERY DE
J. S. SCOTT
Complete line of
Alway3 on hand
North Broad st., Just below Gila Val
FOR EVERYTHING IN
Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints,
Oils, Ammunition, Guns, Cutlery,
Notions etc., go to
G. S. Van Wagenen.
Stationery, School Books and School Supplies
NEW GRAPHOPHONE RECORDS, get the
Latest Any magazine you want Buy your
Ammunition here. WE ALSO RENT GUNS.
The Lunch Problem is one that
confronts every business man.
"Where can I get a good, whole
some lunch, well cooked and
quickly served?" Is a ques
tion that almost every busy man
asks himself every day.
We make a specialy of serving a
"BUSINESS MAN'S LUNCH,"
well cooked, always ready to
serve and centrally located as we
nre, insure celerity and satisfac
tion. Try us today
GLOBE MEAT MARKET
I am supplying the demand of my enourmous trade by giving
them fresh, fat and juicy steaks and prime short rib roasts,
mutton and veal from my own cattle ranch. Arizona rjasture
fed steers cannot be beat, therefor you can rely on getting the
freshest meats that can te procured in the city. A carload
of KANSAS CORN FED FORK just received.
Give us a trial and be convinced and you will not inspect
further but will have one of our solicitors call at once for your
order. Do not be deceived and overlook this opportunity.
Choice Meats and Poultry of all Kinds
F. KELLNER & CO., Globe, Ariz., will sell their 88 feet front
store property, fixture, stock of dry goods, groceries
Hardware, also the Lost Gulch Gold Mines and Mill, and
finally the Globe Bank and Savings Co. All are paying well.
Bids for all, or parts thereof, will be received till sold at best
terms. All accounts close payday. Merchandise "Closing Out
Sale" till finished. Address.
E. F. KELLNER, Globe, Arizona.
A Test For EJyelKhf.
An interesting test for eyesight may
be had by observing Ursa Major the
Great Bear on a clear starlit night.
Not every one Is aware that Mlzar, tho
second star In the coustellatlon, Is a
double star. To observe this doublet
demands good vision. Some starry
night look up to tho sky and see If
vou can discern It If yoit do see It,
you can rest content In tho knowledge r
that your eyesight Is not defective. jr-
Tlie Same Thln.
Pa Twaddles Well, what's the mat
ter now? Tommy Twaddles-Ma says
I mustn't never say a word while she's
In the room. Mn Twaddles Why, no, I
didn't, dear. I said you mustn't inter
rupt wlille I'm talking. Tommy
What's the difference? Cleveland
If you want to save money trade at
! Mill William's Store
,He carries a full line of Groceries, Hardware, Crock
i ery, Leather, Liquors and Cigars, Furnishing Goods,
1 Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gloves and Stationery.
Wm. Mill Williams
North Globe and Smelter Merchant
Assayer and Chemist
H. E. BIERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
The Finest Resort in Globe
Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines
A. B. C; and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
Father (to aspirant to tho hand of
his daughter)-Suppose I should fall
nnd lose my last cent, would you still
ask me for my daughter? Lover-Nat-urallyi
I know you to be a man capa
ble of getting to. work again nnd mak
ing another fortune.-Il Mondo Umor
Istlco. No mntter how witty the sarcastic
man Is, he never seems to havo a lot f
friends. Somorville Journal.
Finest rooms in the city.
Everything new, rates
reasonable and special
inducements offered to
by the month. . . .
GLOBE LUMBER COMPANY
Mining Timbers a Specialty
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