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"DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Sunday, February 10, A
COPPER METAL MARKET
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
Capital and Surplus, $100,000
L. D. RlCKETTS D. W. WlCKERSHAM T. A. PA3C0E
A. T. Thomson H. S. VanGorder
C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy Ph. Fbeudenthal
I. E. Solomon '
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, February P. In tho absence of London cables tho
metal markot showed littlo fenturo. Copper was quiet and steady,
with Lnko quoted at 2f.00 to 2!i.2!5, Electrolytic nt 24.7.T to 25.00 and
Casting at 2-1.25 to 24.75.
Loud was unchanged nt 0.10 to 0.30, according to delivery.
Spoltor continued quiot at 0.75 to 0.85. -
Iron was steady and unchnngod.
Bar silver, 08!'t; Moxicnn dollars, 52 yt.
All classes of accounts Invited
Foreign exchange at lowest rates
A SQUARE DEAL
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
Current News of Busy (Hobo Told in
Mrs. MeNeis left yesterday for tttts
burg to visit with friends.
Miko Ttoynolda has left for Oeronimo
to superintend the track-laying there.
II. 0. Iluntzinger returned last even
ing from a very successful mining trip.
Louis Balondy of tho White Sowing
Machino company has gone n to Solo
iiuuivillc. William E. Brooks, who has ben in
town since Monday, returned to Clifton
,T. West of Hibbing, Mich., was an
arrival in tho city last evening on min
C. E. Stillman and W. Burwell of San
Carlos camo up last evening to spend
Sunday in Globe.
Miss Nellie Moore has gone to El
Paso to reside after having been a resi
dent of Globe for about a year and a
H. C. Kindloy of Tucson returned
homo yesterday after a visit of three
days. Whilo here he put through a deal
to buy a group of mining claims.
F. J. Bergs, vico president and gen
eral manager of the Berry-Berges Coal
company of St. Louis, is a visitor in
the city after business from tho big
Miss Grace Fredericks was given a
surpriso party by twenty-two of her
school friends Friday evening. Games
and refreshments passed away an cn
There are seventeen mule teams and
&a many wheeler scoops laboring on tho
grade at tho intersection of South Broad
street and the car tracks. Boulders anil
gravel are being scooped from tho cen
ter of Pinal creek for tho filling to be
Tho slingshot and tho small boy are
in evidence again a dangerous combi
nation. One of Marshal Carico's sons
was shot in the left oyo Friday by a
playmate. It was feared at first that he
would loso the sight, but Dr. Mniseh
states that ho is improving.
It. K. Ooddard of the government se
cret servico nrrived in the city last
evening on business in tho federal court,
which takes up the case of Mr. and
Mrs. Lemon tomorrow. Mr. Goddard
was in charge of the Rapier case, in
which tho couple to bo tried tomorrow
are alleged to havo been implicated.
DECISION IN IMPORTANT
In the district court yesterday tho
case of W. J. Mallory against tho Globe
Consolidated Mining company and the
Globe-Boston Copper company was ta
ken up and Judge Navo sustained the
demurrer to tho amended complaint. On
motion of counsel for tho dofondant,
judgment on the pleading was sustained.
The caso of Mr. Brookcnshjro against
tho estate of E. P. Shanley, sheriff, was
submitted and taken under advisement.
Judgment will bo rendered Monday.
The appeal caso of I. Schlinger vs.
Max Bonno was postponed until next
Tako Horseback Trip
A pleasant horseback trip to tho sum
mit of the Pinals, near Pioneer road,
was chaperoned by Mrs. II. 0. Holds
worth Arbor day. The other members
of tho party wcro tho Misses Uma Mc
Kenzie, L. Grace Webb, Genoviovo Ger
ald, Elizaboth Santco and Emma Hord.
About noon they alighted and a tooth
some collation was partaken of in un
conventional ftishion near tho banks of
tho crook. Some of tho young ladies
ventured to go in wading. Tho party
returned about sunsot.
Will Cure Boozo jrfabit
W. L. Vinson, manager of tho Mc
Kanna Three-Day Liquor Curo company
for tho territories of Arizona and New
Mexico, is in the city for a few days
and would bo glad to consult with any
addicted to tho excessive use of intox
icants who may bo desirous of giving
up tho habit. Ho is stopping for the
time at tho Max Lantin building.
I, Frank Allen, will not bo responsi
ble for nny bills contracted by Mrs. M.
E. Allen. FRANK ALLEN.
February 5, 1907.
COLUMBIA OPERA CO.
AGAIN MAKES GOOD
"Olivette" was tho bill for tho sec
ond porformnnco of tho Columbia Comic
Opora company at Dreamland last oven
ing. This is an old-timo fnvorito nmoifg
operettas of the class that never grow
old. Tho attondnnco last night was
larger than that of the first night.
Bon Lodgo as Cocquolicot easily car
ried off the chief honors of tho evening.
His facile, clean-cut comedy methods
havo won him a palpable popularity
among theator-goors bore. Ho aptly ap
predates his lines and gets thorn off
with a risible nonchalance that seldom
fails to bring down the house.
Mr. Holmes is another member of tho
company who makes tho most of his
part and he won many admirers both
evenings with his sweet, resonnnt tenor.
Speaking of tnstofulness, there wore
many old-timers in the nudienco who
wore glad to hear tho yodling medleys
that ritz Lmmot wroto nnd sung in
this country in the early '80 's. These
were rendered by Messrs. Albright nnd
Rayfield, who won several encores.
A winsome miss was tho miniature
brunette who came out to skip rope,
but sho seemed to havo been too modest
to appear on the program. Tho scenic
and ensemble elTests wcro capable and
tho costumes up to the standard.
This afternoon there will bo a mat
inee of "Erminie," the vehicle in
which Francis Wilson mado a meteoric
(light into metropolitan favor several
years ago. Tonight tho company will
present "La Mascotte" as the close
of the engagement in Globe. Matinee
prices, 23 and 50 cents.
FEDERAL .COURT CONVENES
TO TRY THE LEMON CASE
The case of tho United Stntcs agninst
J. W. Lemon and Mattie G. Lemon will
be tried in the federal court tomorrow,
the United States trial jury being called
to'convene tomorrow morning. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Lemon arc under indictment for
complicity in tho Rapier forgery case at
Itoosevolt, being accused of having as
sisted Rapier in getting rid of the mon
ey which he stole from tho government
while employed as janitor for the re
clamation service at Roosevelt. Jtapier
will arrive from the umn pemtentinry
this evening in charge of United States
Marshal Ben Daniels to nppear in the
case as' a witness for tho defense.
OPERATED MONTE GAME
WITHOUT CITY LICENSE
Tho first caso of a violntion of the
city licenso ordinance was tried in
Judge Thomas' court yesterday, tho de
fendants being Pnscpial Nigro and Da
vid Gonzales, charged with operating n
monto game without first securing a city
licenso for the same. City Attorney
Hill appeared for tho city and on his
motion tho defendants wero only fined
tho costs of tho caso. Tho gamo has
TAKES OPTION ON PROPERTY
AND MERCANTILE BUSINESS
W. D. Fisk, president of tho Queen
Mining company, on his rccont visit to
Superior secured an option on all the
property owned by George Lobb, com
prising tho mining claim on which tho
town of Superior is located, store and
postofiico building nnd seven other
buildings.. Ernest Kellncr, Mr. Fisk's
brother-in-law, will go to Suporior and
jtnko charge of tho business and prop
STRAY ANIMALS WILL
BE TAKEN UP TOMORROW
Beginning tomorrow Superintendent
of Streets Goodwin, who is also ox-ofii-cio
poundmnstcr, will start gathering in
all stray livestock on tho streets.
Horses, cows and burros wnndoring on
tho streets of tho city will be corrnlcd
and tho owners will bo compelled to
pay a fino to secure their stock.
Dominion Hotel Arrivals
F. C. Martin, Clifton; W. D. Joiner,
San Francisco; G. W. Stroobol, Los An
geles; D. J. McNeil, Clifton; R. IC.
Goddard, Denver; W. J. West, Hibbing,
Minn.; T. B. Warden, Rico; C. E. Hass,
San Carlos; A. M. Barlander, Geroni
mo; Charles E. Stillman, San Carlos;
C. P. Johnson, Clifton; W. Burwell, Snn
Carlos; A. M. Dillins, Clifton; F. J.
Bergs, St. Louis; W. P. Doolittle. Chi-
cago; D. C. Leonard, Chicago. -
A lot of worry comes to thoso who
(Contlnuod from Pago Ono)
Keystono a Steady Producer
Shipments of ore from tho Keystono
mine to tho Old Dominion smoltor con
tinue, tho daily tonnage -being forty
tons or bettor per day. Tho usual force '
of minors is employed nnd dovelopmont j
work is' well ahead ot ore requirements,
there now lioing ore blocked out for
six months nt tho present rate of stop
ing. All tho mino workings show abun-
'dnnco of ore.
Quoon's Rich Showing
Parties arriving from Suporior during
tho pnst weok have nil brought good
reports of tho Queen mino, owned and
operated by Globo poople. There is n
forco of sixteen men employed under
Superintendent Joseph W. Bnndhauer
ami work is enrried on in four levels.
Tho showing in the Queen mine is said
to bo phenomenal, tho ore being ex
tremely rich in copper jind sllvor. In
a stopo opened on tho third lovol there
is a voin of copper-silver glnnco varying
in width from four inches to three feet,
that runs 01 to 08 per cent copper, 700
to 800 ounces silver and ono ounce in
gold to the ton. Two carlonds of this
oro has been sacked nnd was being
hauled to Floronco for shipmont. It
will go either to El Paso or Douglas for
treatment. Threo cars of enrbonnto
oro assaying 20 por cent wcro also ready
for shipmont. The carbonnto voin on
tho first and second lovels averages from
oighteon inches to six feet in width nnd
tho high coppor value is very .ovonly
maintained throughout, and tho oro also
carries some silver. All tho oro taken
out thus fnr has como from drifts, cross
cuts and upraises, in tho course of de
velopment, and there has beou no rcgu
lar stoping. It is expected that the
Queen company will bo ablo to pay a
dividend by July 1 next and have a
good reserve fund in its treasury to
carry on dovelopmont nnd equip the
mine with machinery.
Other Globe Mines
Activo operations are in progress nt
tho Arizona National, whore sinking
was resumed ten days ago, with the in
stallation of a new hoist and other ma
chinery. At the Pinto Copper company, ad
joining tho National, track has been
laid in tho tunnel and work is pro
gressing well under tho supervision of
Construction work is still progressing
with unabated vigor at tho Mitchell
smelter and machinery is installed as
soon as it arrived on tho ground. The
now hoists on tho Schulzo and North
Dominion mines are now in working
order and mining operations are being
Two prospect shafts are being sunk
on tho Needles group, owned by Jack
newman and Dnn Williamson.
Consultine EniMiinnr finltnn is Rtifiiiil-
ing several days looking after tho de'
volopment work on the Century group
at Troy, owned by J. B. Newman and
N. L. Amstcr.
DROWNS FORDING RIVER
PHOENIX, Ariz., February 0. Wil
liam McFarland, . an old resident of
Phoenix nnd vicinity, was drowned Fri
day morning on tne Verde river, fifty
miles from here, while atemptiug to
cross tho stream on horseback. He
should not ho confounded with another
pioneer of tho same name, formerly re
siding in Tombstone.
A Birthday Party
On Monday evening, February 4, a
birthday celebration was held at F.
R. Dixon's, North Globe, where about
ono hundred friends mot nnd spont a
most enjoyablo time. )Tho City band
wns in attendnnco nnd rendered good
music. The male quartette sang in
their usual good stylo and Percy Vin
cent, with his violin, gave somo choice
selections. Dainty refreshments were
sorvod during the evening and various
games and dancing wero indulged in
until tho early hours of the morning.
Mr. Dixon was the recipient of sev
eral useful presents and all joined in
wishing him many happy birthdays.
President Tells Lady Cooke He
. "Will Take ItJJnder Con
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, February 0. Lady
Cooko of England, formerly Miss Ten
nessee Claflin, had an audience today
with President Roosevelt, making u plea
for his support to tho Movement to give
suffrage to women. Lady Cooke and
her friends, who arc advocating the
privilege of tho ballot for women, lire
endeavoring to secure congressional ac
tion on n bill granting them this right.
She mado an urgent plea that the presi
dent lend his influence hi having tho
measure acted upon.
"Tho president tohj mo he had tho
greatest admiration for women," said
Lady Cooke, "and declared that they
arc the power behind tho throne."
Lady Cooke stated that the jwinted
out that inasmuch as nlicns and the
negro race havo been given the right
of franchise sho could not sec why wo
men should not be accorded the same
privilege. She declared that it was a
"stigma" for women not to have this
Kinnoy House Arrivals
Arthur Mclvaske, Pinto Creek; A. L.
Work, Morenei; Otto Pcckarts, Moren
ci; E. F. Eisenhorn, Kansas City; W.
D. Gammon, Morenei.
IN THE PROBATE COTJKT OF THE
COUNTY OF GILA, TERRITORY
In tho matter of tho estate of Francis
loulan, deceased; notice of salo of real
cstato at Globe, Arizona.
Notice is hereby given that in pursu
ance of an order of tho Probate Court
in and for the County of Gila, Territory
of Arizona, made on the 0th day of
July, 1900, in tho matter of tho estate
of Francis Jordan, deceased, tho under
signed tho administrator, will sell at
privato salo to the highest bidder, fur
cash, subject to confirmation by said
Probato Court, on Saturday, tho 2nd
day of February, 1007, at 10 o'clock a.
m., at tho office of the Justico of the
Peace in tho City, of Globe, in tho said
County of Giln, Territory of Arizona,
the following described real property, to
West part of lot .12 in block 82 in
Globo townsito, County of Gila, Terri
tory of Arizona.
Terms of salo: Ten per cent in nd
vnnco; balanco on confirmation of sale.
W. F. RAWLTNGS,
Administrator of tho Estate of Fraii"ip
Dated January 12, 1907.
Special Offerings of the
KELLY REALTY CO.
A handsomo now modern cottage on
Knob Hill, largo comer lot, $2,250, part
There's a good buy half block from
old Ballground, four-room cottage, lot
50 foot frontage on East streot, $1,400;
half cash, bnlanco time.
Cholco corner lot In East Globo, $300;
Don't forget the Broad street busi
ness property at a bargain and a money
Hero's the best: Lot 55y2xll22, a
three-room house on High street, $775.
Rents for $20 month.
.Tire Insurance written in the strong,
Agents Providpnt Mutual sBuilding
Loan Association, tho company who al
ways havo money to help you build a
homo. Ofllccs over Keegan's.. Phono
KELLY REALTY CO.
Everything to be sold at
public auction to the high
est bidder for cash with
General stock of Men's
Clothing and Women's
Dry Goods, Dress Goods
and a large list of many
other goods too numerous
Also Counters, Shelving,
Safe, Rochester Lamps,
Store Fixtures, Etc.
Auction Begins Monday,
Afternoons 1 to 6 o'clock.
Evenings, 7 to 9 o'clock.
Don't fail to attend this
Auction. Good time is assured.
North Broad St.
In New Justice Shop
Judfjo Thomas moved to his pleasant
quarters in tho new courthouse yester
day. Tho first case to bo tried was
that of Jose Alvarez, druulc and disor
derly. Tho prisoner was fined $0, but
as ho is ono of "God's patient poor,"
the price was too steep for him and ho
will languish in limbo for six days.
Silver JBoIt Want Ads. bring results.
Notice is hereby given that tho an
nual meeting of stockholders in the
American Copper company will be held
in their oflico in Globo, Ariz., on March
C, 1007. JOHN h. ALEXANDER,
Globe, Ariz., February 5, 1907.
Silver Bolt want ads brines results.
The Dime show opens up totimo
Academy theater. Just the place f0,
hour's amusement. First show -menccs
at 7:30 p. in. sharp. Genra7
mission, 10 cents.
The Third grand ball of the Ola jA
minion Athletic association will ol
ui -uruuunuuu xuurBuay uigui.
Tim Pirtliinn QiotnM ..-III ,.!..., . .
tim a. j Linuit umivio iwii giic 3 i
February 19 at Dreamland, occasional
ing anniversary of the Knights of m
thins, uoou music; refreshments.
Choice cut flowers and plants duJ
from California by fast express, at) I
u. telegraph onice. orders taken,
Choice cut flowers, direct from til
hothouse. Call at Western Union oScJ
Now Open to the Public
Eighty rooms, single nnd ensuite. Thirty rooms with baths
HoJ. 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
W. S. SULTAN
H. T. WAYNE
Deputy U. S. Mineral Suntjor
SULTAN & WAYNE
SURVEYS, ASSAYS, ESTIMATES, REPORTS Oppoite P. O., Globe
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 pr 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
thd clock after it is paid for
without further charges,
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 Team
Saddle Horses Hay, Grain & Coal
A Specialtymade of Fine Livery Rigs
Telephone 171 Globe, Arl
THE SOLOM0N-WI6KERSHAM Cfl
globe Wholesale Grocers safforp
Ask your Grocer for Diamond M. Flour.
. You take no chances, we take none.
It is Fully Guaranteed, THERE'S NONE BETTER1