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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Friday, February 1, J
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
NEIGHBOR!! YOU HOOT?
Let us flguro with you. Supposo you
pay $25.00 rent por month, that is $300
per year. $300.00 per year is worth $30
in interest. In thrco yoars you have
paid in round numbers $1,000.00. And
still the other fellow owns tho house
and lot, at a probahlo inccrased value.
WHY DON'T YOU COME TO US, BUY
A LOT AND BUILD A HOUSE?
Instead of paying for tho other fel
low's houso, why not pay in tho samo
way for ono of your own? See the point?
Of courso you do. Take your pencil and
figure it out; it's easy. Then como and J
PHILLIPSON & HAGEN
Office hours: 8 a. m., to 6 p. m., 7. p. m. to 8 p. m.
OFFICE, Over Postoffice, Globe, Arizona
GLOBE SIGHTS -AND
' SILVER BELTLETS
vCurrent News of Busy Qlobo Told in
John E. Webor, n mining man of Saf
ford, arrived in tbo city last evening.
Mrs. Howard II. Boyd arrived from
Kl Paso last evening on a brief visit
with friends in Globe.
B. F. Donahue of tho auditing de
partment of tho" Phelps, Dodgo com
pany, arrived in the city from Douglas
' last evening.
Mrs. Max Lantin, who has been visit
ing her mother in Solomonville, is e.x-
peotcd homo today. She has beon ab
sent for almost a month.
Attachment proceedings for n suit on
a note were filed in tho district court
today as follows: First National Bank
of Globe, plaintiff, vs. J. A. Tucker et
W. Tr Eddleman, president of tho
First National bank of Bisbcc, and
lcott Whaley, a well known capitalist
of tho samo city, arrived in Globe last
evening for a business visit.
Dr. J. L. AVales states tho temperature
of B. F. Gihnorc, the miner who was
shot for a wildcat near Gibson's Tubs
day evening, is being kept low and that
.ovcrything seems to favor his recovery.
S. J. Morcer, son. of W. II. Mercer,
arrived on Tuesday from Gaflfncy, S. C.
All tho members of the family are now
in Globe with tho exception of a mar
ried daughter, whose homo is in GafT
ney. "Dr. L. A. W. Burtch, W. P. "Wayland,
h. Bernstein and 11. C. Angovins ar
rived in the city from Clifton last even
ing and will receive the antlers of Elk
dom at a meeting of Globo lodge of
Elks this evening.
Ralph Sturgis, court reporter for this
district, returned last evening from a
visit to Tucson. It was reported that
Mr. Sturgis would return with a bride,
but as ho camo Lack alono there was
probably no truth in tho report.
M. N. Matthews, advance agent of the
Columbia Opera company, was an ar
rival in tho city last evening. Tho com
pany will tilav a three nights nrnrn.ro.
mont nt Dreamland beginning Sunday,
February 8. The company is just con
cluding a highly successful five weeks
engagement at El Paso.
M. S. McEniry, formerly supply clerk
for tho Old Dominion Copper Mining
& Smolting company, is in the city. Mr.
McEniry and family now make their
homo in Pasadena, Cal., and ho is rep
resenting on tho road the well known
machinery house, tho Handlnn-Buck
Manufacturing company of St. Louis.
,R. D. French of Proscott is in Globo
tho first time in soveral years and is
surprised at tho changes which have
taken place. He predicts that with'n
three years Globo will bo the grcatesv
mining camp in tho southwest and havo
.50,000 population. Mr. French (s ow
representing tho Watson Mills company
of Wichita, Kan.
G. F. Carr, mining engineer, formerly
with the Old Dominion, returned to
Globe Wednesday to take tho position
of assistant to Superintendent II. V.
Sjiell of the Arizona Commercial and
Superior & Boston Coppor companies.
Mr. Carr left hero last June, since which
time ho has been located at Caderoyta,
Mexico, 150 miles northeast of tho City
of Mexico, and in charge of mining
property owned by O. and T. BranifT.
..The Women's Guild of St. John's
church will bo entertained by Mrs.
Knowles at tho residoneo of Mrs. S. F.
smllcnbcrger on Friday, February 1, at
.'! o'clock p. in.
Controversy Involving tho Construing
of tho Land Laws in Eespect of Ag
ricultural Patents and Mineral Loca
tions in This Territory.
Tn the supreme court nt Pboonix last
week Mrs. Thomas Sorin, as counsel .for
tho Old .Dominion Copper Mining &
Smelting company,"argued tho case of
that company versus Nellie Hnverly et
al., Judgo Edwards representing " tho
territory, uno caso is ratuer an inter
esting ono, as it brings out the legal
status of a piece of ground whose own
ership is claimed bv nnn nnrtv hnlillntr
an agricultural patent and another"
claiming tno ground as mineral land.
A party alleging to have discovered
mineral on property previously patented
as agricultural land, filed a minoral lo
cation upon it. Then ho deeded a por
tion of tho surface o"f tho. claim to Nel
lie Havcrly, who built houses upon it
and took up her residence there. In
tho meantime- tho agricultural locator
and patentee had deeded the property
to the Old Dominion company. This
conmanv tried to not the otlmr ln!m.
ant oir tho property, and a suit resulted
in which acme iinveriy won, and tho
caso was appealed to tho supremo court.
Tho inauguration of tho six-day roller
skating tournament was pulled off at
Dreamland last niiht to n fnir.airn.Y
audience. Tho race, involving a prize
ot ?iuu, took place at 10 o'clock. F.
A. Lacey of this citv seemed n Imf
favorito with the spectators. He came
in third, however, with E. Nnimnt nnl
W. Kcegan first nnd third respectively.
Tho .iudces chosen for thn racns nr
Harry Sultan, Ben Kollnor and George
juoruan. jjcsiio ucorgo is starter and
Roland Jacobs timekeeper.
A skater named Grubber nf Tnounn
announced that ho had como to Globe
to race in tho tournament, but tlmt
local objections had been raised against
him. Ho challenced tho winner nt nnv
of the races beforo Sunday and offered
to bet SoOO on himself.
The funeral of tho lato A. C. Dellinger
was hold yesterday afternoon from the
undertaking parlors of F. L. Jones &
Son and tho services hold under the
auspices of tho local Masonic lodgo,
wore largely attended, tho members of
the order attending in a body. Tho
widow of tho deceased, John Latimer,
a stopson, his wifo, and Mrs. George
Pemborton accompanied tho remains'
hero from Livingston.
Annual Band Concert
Tho annual concert of tho Glnbn C.nn.
cert band will bo given Friday evening,
reumary jo, at Dreamland thentor. The,
program will comprlso both instrument
tal and vocnl numbers, rendered by the,
best local talent. With tho assistance
of Mrs. R. B. HcLrardt. Mrs. L. P..
Coombs, Miss Gladys Edwards and tho
Messrs. I. James and J. Blackweli, tho
success of tho concert is assured.
ni,.l. n j. 1 1 -" .
vijiiuu routers uanu is an organiza
tion of which the community is justly
proud and tho comincr concert will
doubtless bo well patronized. Tickets
win ic placed on sale within a few days
at several of tho city stores.
WOMEN AMD CHILDREN
HAVE NARROW ESCAPE
(Continued from Pago One)
with her aunt, Mrs. Nelson. She left
for Roosevelt last ovouing. Tho oldest
Hon, Lognn, aged 20, is working at
Tonto. Tho othor children, a girl of
11 years and a boy of 0, were nt school
at Roosovelt at tho time of their moth
er's tragic death.
Work on.Now Clue
Shortly after 10 oV.lo.k last night
Sheriff Thompson urrived at Living
stono ami called up Roosovelt, tolling
Mr. Harris that ho would arrive there
in about an hour and a half. Mr. Har
ris, who is in tho govornmont employ,
told tho Hhuriff that a telephone message
had beon received from Fish creek, bo
tweou Mesa nnd Roosevolt, stilting that
two suspicious looking Mexicans had
passed that place on foot early last
evening nnd that Ranger Holmes was
preparing to"go out after them, as they
seemed to fit the description givon by
the negro Baldwin. Mr. Harris asked
the sheriff to request tho ranger to re
mnin in Roosovoltonitil ho, the sheriff,
arrived, as there was no othor ofilcur in
the town, and Holmes told Sheriff
Thompson that ho would wait and turn
Baldwin over to him.
Shoes Fit Tracks
District Attomoy Stonoinan reccivod
a messngo last ovouing stating that in
the event of an attompted lynching of
tho negro Baldwin, Ranger Holmes
would make every effort to protect tho
prisoner. After an investigation of the
scene of the crime it was learned that
there were only one pair of tracks other
than those of tho woman and child, and
that Baldwin 's shoes fitted in these
Owing to the absence of J. C. Evans,
justice of the peace at Roosevolt, and
tho improbability of his return by to
morrow, a message was sont to Judge
Thomas last ovoning, requesting him to
go to Roosovelt to conduct tho inquest
ovor the remains of the two victims.
Judge Thomas will leave this morn
ing nnd ho will bo nccompauied by Dis
triot Attorney Stonomnn, Assistant Dis
trict Attorney Henry and a stenog
In nnswor to a messago received last
evening F. L. Jones, tho undertaker,
loft last night for Roosovelt for tho
purpose of embalming tho bodies, and
ho took with him two caskets for the
murdered mother nnd child.
OF THE TIGER
(Continued from Pago Ono)
O'Neill of Maricopa Introduced a bill
amonding the law concerning bastardy,
making it more stringent as to secur
ing the public against the maintenance
of the child and putting the burden
on tho reputed father under penalty of
Bills in the House
The following house bills wore intro
duced: By Guild of Pinal: Providing for
registration of land titles.
By Krook of Maricopa: Amending
the law as to fees1 of district clerks in
criminal cases and making the present
Another by Krook: An amendment
requiring that recoipts issued by county
treasurers shall bo countersigned by the
clerk of the board of supervisors.
A resolution for the appointment of a
committee to investigate and select a
site for the branch prison in ono of tho
"northern counties" was introduced
and, meeting more opposition than was
oxpected, it was laid on the table.
Council Passes Three New Or
dinances and Discusses
Dominion Hotol Arrivals
4L. N. McClellan, Rico; Dr. L. A. W.
Burtch, W. R. Wayland, R. O. Ango
vins, L. Bernstein, Clifton; JohnF.
Weber, Safford; M. N. Matthews, Co
lumbia Opera company; W. J. Eddlo
inan, Scott Whaley, Bisbeo; Felix Cul
ljn, El Paso; M. W. Talbott, Los An
geles. r -,
Not Revision, But Reduction
pTho peoplo want tariff reduction.
Tnriff revision is a cunningly devised
word to eauso an increase in rates. But
ifjtho peoplo wish tariff reduction they
must turn out tho rascals who aro
owned by tho trusts. Louisvillo Cour-ior-Journal.
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, January 31. Two-dozen
women and children narrowly escaped
death today when .mines attacked the
Lanpcr apartment building at ixty
sixth street and Monroo avonuo. Fire
blocked tho main stairway. Fifty peo
ple, ponned in by flames on tho fourth'
floor, wero carried down ladders by tho
firemen. Tho damago amounted to
Dies of Grief
By Associated Press.
PUEBLO, Colo., January 31. Tho
widow of the lato former United States
Senator Thomas Bowen of Pueblo, died
today from grief ovor her- Tnisband 's
death, which occurred a month ago to-day.
Thrco new ordinances were tho result
of last evening's regular meeting of the
city council, at which all wero present
except Aldermen ..Uurnliv and Gibson.
Ordinance 12 covers tho strcot tax and
regulations regarding its collection; No.
1.1 allows demi-monndines to transact
business at a cost of fifteen simoleons
per quarter, which pays for a permit
given by tho city marshal, but permits
will only bo granted for tho enrrying
on of this line of business outside of
the 400-yard limit and tho fifteen pieces
of silver must bo nnid into llm av.
chequer of tho municipality beforo tho
thrco months' ncrmit is irrnnted No.
14 relates to sidowalk building, grades
and the appointment of a city engin
eer. City Marshal Carico submitted tho
names of Pollard Pearson nnd S. R.
Lowthian as his doputies, and tho coun
cil approved of his soloetions. Howard
T. Wayne was selected as city engineer
by unanimous action.
Tho question of moving the red lights
to another quarter of the city was taken
up and there seemed to bo a gonoral
disposition to tako action on tho mat
tcr in tho near future. A notition nf T.
Schlinger asking for permission to erect
a aourieon-ioot building on tuo Broad
street bridge ovor Pinal creek was laid
on tho table.
COPPER METAL MARKET
By Associated Press.
NKW YORK, January 31. Copper was lower In London today,
spot closing at JElOfl fis and futures at 107 5s. Locally tho market
wbh firm but quiet, with Lako quoted at 24.7f to 25.25; Electrolytic, '
24.02 M. to 24.87, and Casting, 2-1.23 to 24.75.
Lead was Is (id higher at 101 3s i)d in Lo'ndOn, but Unchanged
at (1.00 to (i.2.7 in tho local market. . , .
Spoltor was unchanged at 0.70 to 0.80 in the local market'and 18
J 5s in London ' -
Iron was unchanged. . "
Bar silvor, 08; Mexican dollars, 52.
WHITE LEGHORN EGGS
$1,00 per setting
C. P. BRFJTENTEIN, West of Graveyard
Moved to No. 28
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More Scarlet Fever
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, January 31. Tho health
Officers toilnV pstimntn tlm rmmfini. nf
cases of- contagions diseases in this city
us ,it. ur tueso -3,ur7 aro scarlet
fever. Todav 281 new nnsna nf fnvnr
were reported, against 314 yestorday.
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