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n'day, February 1, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
n Every Depart-
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
Is prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
tent ot Banking
Globe Real Estate Office
F. L. TOOMBS, Manager
We buy large areas and subdivide same into good size residence lota. Note the advantage to
our customers. First cost of lots is less than half what it would be if wo were to buy a fow
lots at a time. Again, we survey tho entire tract at once. Then, if there are any defects in
titles, the work necessary to porfect title to one lot will cover ono hundred lots.
Thiit is the reason we sell choice lots properly surveyed with clear titles at 50 to 70
per cent of prices currently paid for the same class of ground
We also furnish abstracts; you are never safe without an abstract. With a complete tran
script of the county records we are able to furnish our customers with complete information
regarding any property in the county.
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See us before buying
Globe Real Estate Office
Good Copper Stocks Aro Being Picked
Up by Strong Interests There Is
Nothing Wrong With the Metal Mar
ket Now and Prospects Are Good.
The W. W. Brookner Co.
The Big Store
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St. Elmo f
.Fine Club Room
1891 Carlisle Whisky
Celebrated St. Elmo Cigar
Moving pictures shown every night at
8 o'clock and many other attractive
features on the evening's program.
SYDNOR & STERNS
Rooms 7 and 8. P. O. BIdg. Phone 1241
:eed, Hay and Grain Stable
New Livery Rigs for Hire. We make a specialty
of buying and selling horses and vehicles
of every kind
Successor to E. F. Kellnor Lumber Co.
Lumber of Every Description
Doors, Windows, Lath, Shingles,
to Serve You
Wm. Whalley, Prop.
WHITE HOUSE HOTEL
GIACOMINO & CO.
Large airy rooms, fino table service and
first class cafe.
Rates reasonable North Globe
QUICK SERVICE, MEALS
AND SHORT ORDERS A
SPECIALTY. IN REAR
OF STAG SALOON : : :
Pass City Foundry and Machine Shops
Ore Cars, Ore Buckets, Steel Tanks,
Structural Steel, Etc.
Casting, Machine and Boiler Work Promptly Executed. Write us
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No. 700 to 720 South Florence Street
SHORTY and JIM
Finest of service and all
the delicacies of season
SPECIALTY OF SHORT
HOP, YET & CO., BROAD ST.
Next to McDonnough'a
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cream and Bu' ter
railk in any quantity and
jdwaya on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
Dealers in listed and unlisted securities
Quotations from New York, Boston and Duluth by quick wire service
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins
Office in Lobby of Dominion Hotel Phone 1221
Try One of Our Gas Stoves
Or One of Our Gas Heaters
GLOBE ELECTRIC LIGHT & GAS COMPANY
(By I. N. Kinsuy)
GLOBE, January 31. Coppers this
morning took on a decided bullish turn
and w'oro all strong and higher toduy.
Sovoral of tho Lake coppers were pick
ed up all day by Htrong interests, and
at considerable advance from yostor-
day's elose." Some of tlicso stocks were
AHouez, Centennial, Oseeoln, Tamarack
and Isle Royal. Quincy was a strong
feature, advancing ten points on scat
tered buying and rumors of a four to
fivtt dollar dividend. Tho copper mar
ket certainly actod well today and will
advanco rapidly as soon as the New
York market sottlcs and shows any
sign of continued strength.
In regard to the New York market,
Logan & Bryan say: Market closed
strong and gonorally highor, overcoming
all early weakness and hesitation. The
trading was on largely increased scale
and contrary to what wo hnvo had for
sovoral days. The markot did not lapse
into dullness from tho first sign of
strength. This rally has been several
days overdue and close tonight indi
cates further advance. We do not, how
ever, feel safe in advising purchases of
stocks on upturn, but believe this rally
duo to covering of tho largo short in
terest, which has existed in tho market
for about a week. The situation, how
over, is nervous and unsottled and tho
market has been too sick to revive per
manently all at once.
Local eoppors have been weak for
some time. Wo believe tSlobo Consoli
dated a purchase around 17. A well
posted man returned today from the
Calumet & Globe property and says the
property 'ertainly has a great deal of
merit; that ho had thought of selling
what fow shares ho had around $5, but
(Jint twice this figuro would not get his
after seeing tho property.
Alloncz $ 09.50
Butto & London 2.12
Boston Consolidated 30.25
Black Mountain ,8.50
Butto Coalition 35.00
Cananea Central ...-. .. 29.00
Copper Range 93.50
Calumet & Arizona ....
Denn-Arizona Dev. asked ...
Denn-Arizona Mg. asked ,
Greonc Consolidated , .....
North Butte .
Nevada Consolidated ...
Old Dominion .
Osceola . !T" . ..
Shannon ' . .....
Shattuck . ....
Superior & Pittsburg ..
Utah Consolidated . ,
Warren ... . ............
Franklin . ..
Officer Comes from Ohio to Take Back
L. J. Shepard for Alleged Crooked
ness in Conjunction with the Eealito
Centennial . . . 41.50
Mohawk j. 89.75
Michigan . ... 20.75
Superior & Boston . 3.G2
Calumet & Globe 3.50
Armed with requisition papers from
tho governor of Ohio, an agent of that
state arrived in tho city yosterday and
this morning appeared beforo Governor
Kibboy to ask for extradition papers
to take back to Ohio with him J. L.
Shepard, tho Arizona mining man, under
arrest hero on a charge of obtaining
money under false pretenses, says tho
To opposo the issuance of the extra
dition papers this morning, Shopard ap
peared beforo Governor Kibboy with
his attorney, Tom Fitch of Tucson.
The matter was prcseuted to tho gov
ernor in part and this afternoon is again
being heard. It is expected that the
matter willtbe finished this nfternoon.
Governor Kibboy may dispose of tho
matter at once, or ho may withhold his
docisiou oil a day or so.
If ho decides to issue the papers,
Shepard will carry the fight into court,
Application hns already been made for
a writ of habeas corpus directed at
Shorift" Saxon of Santa Cruz county,
who has charge of Shepard. It was to
bo heard Saturday, but was continued
to today and then again coutinued. If
Governor Kibbey declines to issuo the
extradition papers, Shepard will not
push his application for a writ, but if
they are granted ho will try to secure
Shepard 's arrest is duo to a contro
versy over stock of tho Realito Mining
company in Souora. Frank Wcinlino
and L. .1. Haas of Ohio caused his an
rest, and ho has also caused their arrest
for conspiracy to bring about his ar
rest. Several other" suits have been
filed by both sides in the controversy.
New York Stocks
Amorican Smolters ... 144.25
Colorado Fuel & Iron 48.37
U. S. Steol, common 44.25
Now York Central 120.87
Pennsylvania - . 131.25
Union Pacific 172.00
Southorn Pacific . 92.87
St. Paul 148.02
Atchison . . 101.37
Baltimore & Ohio llfi.OO
Erio ...:. 35.00
Money, 2 per cent.
Secretary Root's Story
Secrotary Root relates the following
queer caso of legal jurisprudence that
was told him, by a'Turkisli diplomat:
It appears that a mechanic fell from
a roof into the street upon a wealthy
old Turk and killed him. Tho son of
tho deceased caused tho arrost of the
workman, who was uninjured, and had
him taken beforo tho cadi, with whom
he used all his influence to liavo tho
But tho man's innocenco was clearly
established and nothing could satisfy
the dead man's son savo tho law of
retaliation. Thoroupon tho venernblo
cadi gravely directed that the workman
bo placed iipon tho exact spot whero tho
victim of tho accident stood. When
this was done tho cadi turned to tho
son nnd said:
' ' Now, you may go to the roof of tho
house and fall down upon this man and
kill him if you can." Utica Observer.
The Duke's Way
Tho' great man and tho stranger gen
erally Btrike a spark of humor. Do you
remember tho story of tho great Duke
of Wellington, who was puzzled at) tho
crossing by Apsloy housof A pompous
stranger helped him across, and on tho
pavement expressed his prido and satis
faction at having bo ontho means under
Providence of assisting tho greatest sol
dier of this or any othor ago. That was
enough for the duke. Ho said tho right
thing. Ho said, "Don't bo a d d fool
sir." Loudon Chronicle.
Silver Belt Want ATI?, bring results.
Jig Dancing Keeps Him Young
If you wish to become a nonogenar
inn then dance a little evory morning
just beforo breakfast.
This tonic is advanced by Alter Sil-
bormaun, 91 years old, an inmate pf the
Home of the Daughters of Jacob, situ
ated on lower East Broadway. Silbcr
man n for years has been dancing from
ton to fifteen minutes every morning
before breakfast. He declares that
dancing is the greatest cxerciso in tho
"Dancing puts more ambition into a
man and makes him moro cheerful and
happier," said the white bearded patri
arch yesterday, after ho danced the
"Kotzatski," which is a famous Rus
Silbermann came to this country
years ago. lie was wealthy at one time,
but lost his fortune in speculation. He
has been in the Homo of the Daughters
of Jacob for years.
"My advice to the younger genera
tion is that they should dance every
morning before breakfnst and also just
before retiring," he said. Now York
Earthquake Dug a Well
It has just been discovered that tho
earthquake of April 18 did funny things
to the well in tho courtyard in tho rear
of the San Francisco mint. For years
prior toiipril 18, there had been or
dinary, well bohaved wells, yielding wa
ter plentifully when a steam pump was
employed. But now they are spouting
artesian wells, from which a steady
stream of water flows when no pumping
is done. This was discovered yesterday
when tho pump was taken out for re
pairs, tho courtyard being flooded with
in a short time.
Tho wells wero bored many years ago
and are about 175 feet in depth. Thero
was apparently a subterranean connec
tion between them, for the pumping of
water from ono lowered tho water in the
other. Normally, tho water was within
thirty fot of tho surface, and that was
tho condition when the pump was taken
out last March. Yestorday, for the first
time sfneo March, the pumps wero again
romoved and it was discovered that tha
water flowed freely. San Francisco
New Uso for Messenger Boy
"Have you a boy hero with good
judgment?" asked a woman of the bu
perintendent of a district messenger of
fice. "All our boys have good judgment,"
said the superintendent.
"Then let me hav othe brightest,"
said tho woman. "I want him to an
swer a number of advertisements for
me. I am going to move. I have cut
out tho advertisements of a lot of pco
plo who keep boarders, but I don't feol
like inspecting all these places. I would
liko tho boy to go first and roport on
price, cleanliness and general appear
ance. Tncn l can sue out tne lew reauy
desirable places and visit them without
walking myself to death."
"Weill" exclaimed tho superintend
ent,"! thought messenger boys had been
used for ovory purpose under the sun,
but this thing of turning ono into a
boarding house inspector is a new Vrin
kle. However, notwithstanding his lack
of experience, I havo faith in the boy.
He'll find a place." New York Sun.
Reflections of a Bachelor
There aren't half as many diseases
as thero aro nlloged ways to cure them.
Country life is mighty much liko a
graveyard to bo called any such thing.
A woman seems to bo afraid that if
sho wore real shoe3 her feot might not
A college education keeps many a boy
from not having an oxcuso for being
supported by his father.
Tf a woman can't brae about her hus
band for anything elso, it will be about
how near ho came to going into mo
ministry when ho was young. Now
York Press. "
Now for Bargains!
Our Inventory is Over." We have too many
Bargains to Mention them all:
Underwear 25c, 40c, 50c, $1
Children's Hose 8 1-3, 10, 15c
Flannelettes and Outings -
- - - - 25 per cent off
fWoolen Dresr Goods
- - - - 25 per cent off
Gold Medal Gingham - -t
- - - - per yard 7l-2c
Velveteen Binding - - 2c
' Laces too cheap to . mention
. ' All kinds of Fancy Buttons -
5c, 10c, 15c
This sale laats for one week
p Don't miss it!
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE
Buy or build you a home of
ypur 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, ufM
F. L JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE PHONE 432. RESIDENCE PHONE 433.
The Globe Hardware Co.
HAVE A NEW AND
and in fact everything in
the Hardware Line
gg; the right prices
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Agent for '
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.
The Globe Hardware Co.
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