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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Saturday, February 9.
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
To whon it may concern:
We write insurance of all
kinds AND WE KNOW
HOW. IT'S OUR BUSI
NESS. WE SELL AND
BUY REAL ESTATE. WE
LOAN MONEY. We do all
those things that is the
business of INSURANCE
AND REAL 'ESTATE
AGENTS. But we do not
belong to any insurance
TRUST, -COMBINE .OR
COPPER METAL MARKET
PHILLIPSON & HAGEN
Office hours: 8 a. m., to 6 p. m., 7. p. m. to 8 p. m.
OFFICE, Over Postoffice, Globe, Arizona
By Associated Press. - " Zfi
NKW YORK, Pobrunry 8. Copper wiiHiincliangeil today, with spot
quoted nt ft)0 Ifis mul futures at 107 Ins in London. Locally tlio
market was qniot and unchanged, with Lake quoted nt 25.00 to
25.2."; Electrolytic, 24.75 to 25.00, and Ousting nt 21.25 to 21.75.
Spelter wns unchnngefl nt 0.75 to ir.85 in the local market, hut ad
vanced 2s (id to 2(5 in London.
Localllv tho iron market is unchanged.
A UNIQUE FEAT
Mining Man Who Has Been
Visiting Globe Undertakes
an Immense Task
GLOBE SIGHTS AND
Current News of Busy Globo Told in
Thore will he a session of tho district
court this morning.
Russ Warner of Los Angeles wont out
out on yesterday's train.
Bud Woodson is rejwrted to bo very
sick with rheumatism at his homo.
Miss Carrie II. Hainill loft yesterday
to visit friends in-Tempo and Phoenix.
Charley Edmonson has accepted a po
sition as timekeeper at tho Mitchell
I. 0. Kelly of the Glolfi! Consolidated
.left for Albuquerque yesterday for a
Harry Mitchell is confined to lus
room in the Dominion hotel with an at
tack of grip.
Dr. J. P. Donncll of Pcstus, Mo., nr
rived in tho city last evening with a
view of locating here.
1 Mrs. D. C. May, after a short visit
diere, has returned to her home at Whit
John II. Grant, who has been jn town
since Tuesday ou business, left for .Chi
cago yesterday morning.
II. Manns, who has been in town
since the 4th, loft for St. Louis yester
day. Judge Baker, tho Phoenix attorney,
arrived in the city last evening to spend
a few days on legal business.
The ladies of the Episcopal guild met
nt Mrs. .Reel's yesterday afternoon to
sew for their Easter week bazaar.
R. B. Copeland has gone to liowie on
railroad business. He does not expect
to return for some time.
O. C. Pirtle of this city, whose wife
Is very ill at Del Hio, Texas,- has left
for that town on short summons.
! Jolm Mnywin camo here Wednesday
to look over the Old Dominion mine
and went back to Tucson yesterday.
. The arrivals at the Kinney house yes
terday were: W. L. Swan, L. E. Blum
ley, San Francisco; J. W. Lemon and
wife, Pearce, Ariz.; I'dward Black.
Allan It. English and W. 0. Gilmore,
two well known Cochise county nttor
neys, arrived in tho city last evening
. John Harris, a mining man who came
hero Thursday, has left for Xegau
riee, Mich. Mr. Harris is interested in
the operations in the peninsular 'mining
The construction work of tho Olobo
Arizona telephone lino is progressing
rapidly. Post holes have been dlig as
far as Miami Flat and a milo of posts
have been put in.
An outfit of sixty Mexicans, contract
ed for by tho railroad for grading for
tho new team track, was sent in on
Thursday's train. Thirty teams of
mules will bo employed at the now
Will Torm New Club
Thero will be a meeting at the Uap
tist church Monday night of those who
have signified their intention of becom
ing charter members of Globe's new
club, which will occupy tho upper floor
of the new Trust building. At the nieot
ing a temporary organization, at least,
will ho effected and a start given tho
club. All those who have signed tho
subscription list aro requested to at
tend tho meeting, which will be called
at 8 o'clock.
John Uno Sebenius and Louis
Itouchuleau, who are directors Of the
Globe Consolidated company;, G. G.
Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. Mott,"all of Da
luth, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Har
rows Jr. of Sharpsville, Pa., and It. L.
Alderman of tho legal stair of tho Globo
Consolidated, will leave this morning
for Bishee. Several days will be spent
iu the Warren district and tho eastern
visitors expect to make a side trip to
Cananea to look over the famous Greene
Will Start Work Soon
The Solaco Copper .company it is un
derstood will soon Kegin work on its
claims near Bloody Tanks. A block of
.stock has beon placed on tho market nt
25 cents a share.
Loft Homo November 1 for Phoenix
and Havo Not Been Heard from Since
Possible That They Have Mot with
Foul Play Polico Notified.
Leaving Prescott November 1 for
Tucson, with the expressed intontion of
stopping over in Phoenix during tho
fair, Harry anil Earl Linn have never
since beon -seen or heard from.
Their parents at first became alarmed
by tho failure of their boys to write
them, and now' they aro distracted, be
lieving that the long silenco of three
months must be due to the fact that the
lads are beyond communicating with
They fear that the two boys have
mot with foul piny and the police of
Prescott, Tucson, -Bishee, Phoenix and
other cities of the territory were asked
to work pn the case.
Chief of Polico Kinney of Phoenix
states that the case was brought to his
attention some time ago and he was
able to learn that the boys had spent
the week thero when tho territorial fair
was being held and he is quite sure thnt
they continued their journey south after
Ho reported tho facts as ho found
them to tho relatives in Prescott and
friends in Phoenix, hut the parents of
the boys are lonth to believe they would
remain silent go long unlessbomething
had happened to them. Kinney thinks
they have stopped in some mining camp
south of Phoenix and are there at work.
Charles Ice of Phoenix is interested
in the search for the boys. It was ho
who took up tho matter with Kinney
and the parents being still satisfied that
all is not well with the lads, havo now
written the police in nearly every town
in th,o "southern part of the territory.
Tho press has taken up tho mntter and
if the boys are in tho land of the living
there is a strong likolihood that thoy
will bo brought to light shortly.
HAD BEEN OftAZY
Murderer Willard Not' Exempt
from Responsibility and
By Associnted Prcss.
SAN FRAiSX'ISCO, Cal., Febroary 8.
An opinion was rendered in tho su
preme court today holding that two
commitments to an insane nsylum do
not exempt a murderer from respon
sibility for his crime nor uphold his
plea that at the time of the homicide
ho was insane.
Tho decision was rendered in the case
of Prank Willard, who in 1905 shot and
killed Sheriff Smith of Mendocino
county. Ho had beon arrested on the
charge of insanity and was taken be
fore the court and ndjudged insane
when ho suddenly leaped to his feet and
ran from tho courtroom declaring ho
was not insane. The sheriff pursued
him and was killed.
Willard escaped to the mountains,
ljut was captured and immediately sent
to the asylum, in which ho had been
confined on two prior occasiojis. After
thirteen days of confinement ho npplied
lor a writ of habeas corpus, which was
granted, and ho wns placed on trial
for murder, convicted and givon the
From this ho appealed and th6 su
premo court decision now is that even
if ho had periodical attacks of insanity
ho wns responsible at the time of the
homicide and must therefore suffer tho
death penalty. The decision wns writ
ten by Justico Lorigan and concurred in
by Juat ices 'Shaw, SIoss, Honshaw, An
geletti and McFarland.
I, Prank Allen, will not bo responsi
ble for nny bills .contracted by Mrs. M.
E. Alien. ' PKANK ALLEN.
Fobruary 5, 1007.
W. II. Barrows Jr., who has been in
Globo for the pnst two weeks looking
ovor tho local mining fiold and visiting
his son Walter of the Globe Consolidat
ed, is one of the prominent figures in
the iron industry of tho country. Mr.
Barrows is tho general manager of the
Shenungo Furnace company, tho largest
producer of iron in tho country with
tho one exception of the United States
Steel corporation, and its mines ou the
Mesnba range nre second only to those
of the big corpouition.
Mr. Barrows first came to the front
of tho young men who hnvo become
famous ,n nd wealthy in tho iron busi
ness, by making nnd operating the first
furnace in which Mesaba ores exclu
sively could be treated, contemporane
ous experts holding that proper reduc
tion of the Mesaba ores could not ho
hud except by mixing with tho old
rnnge ores from the Michigan peninsula.
On tho Mesaba range Mr. Barrows
has undertaken a task recently which
wheu comploted will be a feat unparal
lclcd in mining history. Two million
dollars will be oxpeuded and two years
consumed in stripping off to a dopth of
106 foot the surface of the twenty acres
comprising the Shenango mine, one of
tho principal mines of the company.
When the twenty acres has bceu exca
vated practically to a depth of over a
hundred feel, it will be one of tho big
gest "holes in the ground'7 over dug
by the hand of man. Then tho immense
bodies of iron ore, now boing mined by
underground methods, will be taken out
with steam shovels ut an estimated cost
of but 10 cents a ton. Wheu it is con
sidered that GO cents a ton is held an
average cost of mining iron, the im
inense saving to- tho company can be
Mr. Barrows goes to Bishee this
morning with the .Globo Consolidated
officials and will make a trip to Cananea
before returning to his home at Sharps
ville Pa. He expressed himself as
greatly pleased with his first visit to
Globe and hopes to return for a length
ier star in tho near future.
Said Pasha Presented Before a
Large and Appreciative
House Last Night
ROUTE FOR GATES
Well Known Nogales Man Sui
cides Yesterday Had Been
By Associated Press.
NOGALES, Ariz., February 8. Jack
C. Gates, ex-city councilman well known
in Arizona and Sonora, aged 40, com
mitted suicide at 3:30 this'afternoon in
his room in the Brickwood hotel by tak
ing carbolic acid. He had been despond
ent for some time over an incurable
disease. Gates leaves a young wife
and an eighteen months old child.
Advertise in tho Silver Bolt.
"Said Pasha" opened the engage
ment of tho Columbia Opera company
at Dreamland last night and, judging
from the repeated demonstrations of the
large house, took the town by storm.
The unanimous approval as voiced by
tho first nudienco assures the reputation
of tho company in Globe.
Constructed primarily for laughing
purposes, "Said Pasha" scores its
points with grace and nbnndon and the
cynic who went away' dissatisfied last
night must bo aftllcte"d with -jaundice,
Tho brain-fagged man of affairs who
grinds by day and hies himself forth
to court recreation by night to drive
dull care away has been tho causation
for tho staging' of frivolities over since
Aristophanes tickled the classic Greek
profile into horizontal wrinkles.
Miss Oilman as Serena and Charles
Holmes in the tenor part divided the
honors with Lodge and Albright, the
comedians, who kept the house in n
constaut uproar while they were on the
stage. Some of their jokes which had
been resurrected from the long buried
pnst, wore molded into acceptable shape
and made laughable by trimmings of
local color. A number of polished spe
cialties were interlarded in the last act
to suit. a more modern- taste than tho
librettists foresaw and all of them
Tonight tho bill will be "Olivette,"
a standanl favorite, and tomorrow
night "La Mascotto" will be presented.
There will be a matinee tomorrow af
ternoon at which Jacobowski's "The
Two Vagabonds" will be presented nt
Treasurer of California County
Suicided Befqre Shortage
By Associated Press.
MARTINEZ Cal.; February 8. A
shortage of $15,000 has been discovered
iu tho accounts of G. A. Wileyate
treasurer of Contra Costa county, who
committed suicide on February 4. The
money in the vaults was counted on
anuary 12 and tho amount found to be
correct. It was to have been counted
again February 1, but Wiley had the
time postponed until the 4th, ou which
day he shot himself. The treasury
fundsMvere counted today by the super
vihors, tho district attorney and tho
Didn't Oare for Expenses
"I can give you a bed and bath for
15 cents," said the lodging house clerk.
."Do price ain't no object," rejoined
the husky hobo who had just found a
$2 hill. "Jist gimme a bed widout de
bath, an' 111
pay do difference."
Special Offerings of the
KELLY REALTY CO.
A handsomo now modern cottago on
Knob Hill, largo corner lot, $2,250, part
There's a good buy half block from
old Ballground, four-room cottago, lot
60 foot frontage on East street, $1,400;
half cash, balanco timo.
Choice corner lot in East Globe, $300;
Don't forgot tho Broad street busi
ness property at a bargain and a money
Hero's the best: Lot 5GV2xll2l2, a
thxeo-room house on High street, $775.
Eonts for $20 month.
Firo insurance written in tho strong
Agents Provident Mutual Building
Loan Association, the company who al
ways havo monoy to help you build a
home. Offices over Kcegan's.. Phono
KELLY REALTY CO.
B M ""
Just at half price lots of
coats, pants, underwear,
shoes, hats, etc,
Over one hundred dozen,
linen collars all sizes,
Regular price 15 cents
now four for a quarter.
Lots of men's coats,
pants, underwear, hose,
suspenders, . neckwear,
hats, shoes, etc,
Skirts, waists, kimonos,
coats, corsets, hosiery,
shoes, slippers, etc,
Lots of schoolgirls' ready
to wear dresses, under
wear, hose, shoes, coats,
Dress suit cases, tele
scopes and grips,
Blankets and quilts, etc,
Dry goods and dress
Store fixtures for sale half
price, Sale closes Sat eve Feby
Many other articles too
numerous to mention all
going at half price.
North Broad St.
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co,
Capital and 'Surplus, $100,000
L. D. RlCKETTS . D. W. WlCKERSHAM T. A. PASCOf
A. T. Thomson H. S. VanGorder
C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy Ph. Freudenthal
I. EL Solomon
All classes of accounts Invited
Foreign exchange at lowest ratts
In New Justice Shop
Judge Thomas moved to his pleasant
quarters in the new courthouse yester
day. The first case to he tried was
that of Jnso Alvare'z, drunk and disor
derly. The prisoner was fined $6, hut
as ho is one of "God'B patient "boor,"
the price was too ttcej for him and he
will languish in limbo for nix days.
Silver Belt Wani Ads. firing results.
Notice is herehy given that tho an
nual incctiiig of stockholders in the
American Copper company will be held
in their office in Globe, Ariz., on March
5, 1907. JOHN L. ALEXANDER,
Globe, Ariz., February 5, 1907.
The Dime show opens up
hour's amusement, rirst si.
meuccs at 7:30 p. in. sharp, (r- ,.,.
infusion, 10 cents.
ine mini granu uan oi m- nuu
minion Athletic association v, i
at Dreamland Thursday night
The Pythian Sisters will giv
IV. I . t 1. 1......1
reuruary iv si ureaiuiauu, ui' isiuai
ing anniversary of the Knigii ,f
thias. Good music; refreshme. ,
Silver Bolt want ads brings results.
Choice cut flowers and plants
from California by fast express, m
U. telegraph office. Orders taken
Choice cut flowers, direct from
hothouse. Call at Western Union
IV) M- A.l MjB 1 !
now vpen to me jtuduc
Eighty rooms, single and ensuite. Thirty rooms with baths
Hot and cold water in all rooms. Gas and electric lights
Entire building heated by steam
mencan nan, $o ana up. curopean nan, $i ana up I
A. HANSEN, Manager
W. S. SULTAN
H. T. WAYNE
Deputy U. S. Mlueral s....f;l
SULTAN & WAYNE
SURVEYS, ASSAYS, ESTIMATES, REPORTS Opposite P. O., Gtobtl
Josh Billings once said:
"Tell the truth in all your
ads, and you will get bizness,"
We thoroughly believe in
this idea ana can therefore
state that we have a clock
proposition that should interest
every merchant and profes
sional man in Globe,
If you have a clock in your
office or store that does not
give satisfaction drop us a pos
tal or if you haven't a clock
let us know and we will make
you the following offer:
1, Place a good reliable
regulator worth $37,50 in your
office or store,
2, We will see that the
clock is wound, regulated and
kept in perfect order continu
ously, 3, You pay for the clock at
the rate of $2,50 a month and
at the expiration of fifteen
months the clock is yours,
4, We continue to care for
the clock after it is paid for
without further oharges.
Twelve of these clocks have
been sold. Can we put you
down for an oak or cherry?
Let us know at once",
BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO
Single and Double Teams
Saddle Horse Hay, Grain & Coal
A Specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs
THE SOLOMON-WICKERSHAM Cfl
globe Wholesale Grocers safford
Ask your Grocer for Diamond M. Flour.
You take no chances, we take none.
It is Fully Guaranteed, THERE'S NONE BETTER!