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ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Tuesday, February 12
COPPER METAL MARKET
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Gila Valley Bank & Trust G
By Associated Prcss
NEW YORK, February 11. Copper was 2s Od higher, with spot
quoted nt 106 17s Od and futures at 107 17s Od in Londan today.
Locally the market was quiot, with Lake quoted at 25.00 to 25.25;
Electrolytic, 4.75 to 25.00, and Casting, 21.25 to 21.75.
Lend was unchanged at 10 10s in London and (1.00 to 0.30 locally.
Spelter was lowor at 25 15s in London, but quiet and unchanged
nt 0.75 to 0.85 locally.
Tron steady and unchanged.
Bnr silver, 08; Mexican dollars, 153.
Capital and Surplus, $100,000
L.. U. KICKETTS D. W. WICKERSHAM T. A Pi.
A T rTunmanu XI a Urrn ' 1A
C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy Ph. Freudent.
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Arizona National Gets Shaft
Full of Ore at Eighty Feet
Was Not Expected,
All 'classes of accounts Invited ' Foreign exchange at lowest
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A SQUARE DEAL g
REAL ESTATE. .
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 Globo Told in
E. Duncan, the San Carlos mer
chant, was in the city yesterday.
A. L. Work, V. D. Gninnion anil 0. C.
Pickart of Morenci aro hero for feiloral
II. B. Hovlaml of ,tho Olobo Consoli
dated went to Bisbee Sunday to spend
a few days.
Judge Baker returned to Phoenix on
Sunday after spending several days in
Globe on legal business.
Mrs. Anna Kilpatrick, after a stay of
a few weeks here, returned to SafTord
The Misses Marie and Hazel Hotch
kin left yesterday for Colorado Springs
to be gone about a month.
Attorney Seth E. Hazzard returned
to-Bisbee Sunday after spending several
days here on logal business.
J. C. Phillipson went down to San
Carlos Sunday to got his horse and bug
gy, which was sent up from Bisbee.
Miss Olive Windsor, who has been
visiting Mrs. Charles Alexander for a
week, has returned to Fort Thomas.
Miss Alice Birdsall has recovered
from an attack of the grip, which kept
her to her room for several days.
Dr. J. Y. Donald loft yesterday for
his home at Festus, Mo. Ho came here
Friday to look aftor his mining inter
ests. John II. MacMurry, who came to
town Saturday to purchase supplies for
Gilson's ranch, went out on Monday
M. Christiansen, employed by the rail
road company, has been sent to Calra,
where they aro moving buildings from
the old to tho new line.
Mrs. A. B. Ballard, who has been vis
iting Mrs. Xorah Howe hero for about
a week, returned to her homo at Fort
J. D. Holiday has returned to his
homo at Fort Thomas. He was accom
panied hy A. J. Holiday of this city,
who will return next Monday.
0. X. Vansant, formorly disbursing
ollicer at Roosevelt, is in tho city from
Phoenix to appear as a witness in the
Arthur Amadon of tho Dominion ho
tel left yesterday morning for a month's
vacation, which ho will spend in various
eities on tho coast.
Lowell Hamilton and Luella Johnson,
both of Globe, woro united in marriage
by Probate Judge Robertson yesterday
B. F. Donahue, in town here for tho
past two weeks, has returned to Doug
las. He is a traveling auditor for the
Phelps, Dodge company.
Gcorgo T. Peter, who has been in
Phoenix sinco last November visiting
tho family of his nephew, D. J. Potcr,
roturncd to Globe Sunday evening.
T. T. Hunter, an old and highly ro
spected citizen of SafTord, is horo in
attendance upon tho federal court as a
Attorney Thomas B. Flannigan ro
turned Sunday evening from Tombstone,
where he went to sottlo up his affairs
preparatory to making Globe his per
United States Marshal Bon Daniels,
his chief deputy, D. N. Willits, and
Deputies Hill and Clark, arrived in tho
city Sunday evening to remain during
tho session of tho federal court.
Tho doors and windows for tho now'
courthouso arrived yesterday after a
pleasant thrco months' trip between
Los Angeles and Bowio, to say nothing
of tho trip from BqwIo to Globo. Thoy
will bo installed at once.
Gus Hoymnn, who is probably tho
oldest drummer in point of scrvico in
Arizona, was in tho city yesterday.
Gus has been making Globo regularly
for twenty-eight years and has many
iu-niin uuro wno aro always glad
Mr. and Mrs. Garnntf. Mnrtra m-ri,.
in tho city from Bisbco last ovoning,
-ur. iiiurxa is ono oi mo owners of
Iris theater in Bisbco and a string
t other theaters now boing started
f Arizona ami sonora. Tho company
pects to open ono of the theaters
Globo in about two weeks. '
John Foster of Bisbco, who is
of United States Marshal Hon Dnniols
deputies, is in tho city from Bisbeo to
attend fedornl court. Johnny was for
merly lieutenant of tho rangers and is
Known as ono of the best oflicors in the
territory, notwithstanding his apparent
deficiency in size.
Captain J. L. B. Alexander ofr Phoe
nix, United States attornoy for Ari
zona, and his assistant, Edwin F. Jones
of Tucson, arrived hero Sunday ovon
ing to attend the federal court. Dc
spito tho fact that Mr. Alexander was
an oflicol in Colonel, Roosevelt's Rough
Riders, lie is a good enough attornoy to
hold dow n any kind of a job in tho gov
eminent 's legal department.
Buys Out Partner
W. P. Kelsoy has purchased tho inter
est of hit partner, Fred T. Bragonicr, in
tho Glolo Livory stable. The stable
ni uu MiiKiuuicd as lormcriy in a nrsi
Dies at Hospital
Ricluxrd Billings diod at tho Old Do
minion ,iospital at J p. in. Saturday of
tuberculosis. The remains will be in
terred some time tomorrow. Mr. Bil
lings w,is from San Joso, Cal., and a
member of tho Sons of St. George.
Tho Band Concert
Mar. arc looking forward with picas
urn bio anticipation to tho concert to
be givun at Dreamland on tho evening
of Felirinry 15 by tho Globo Concert
band, assisted by somo of tho best local
t dent. Tho program, which hns been
publishol several times in the Silver
IJelt, comprises a choice selection of in
strumental and vocnl numbers. Tho en
tertainment will conclude with a dance.
Tickets are now on sale at several of
Dominion Hotel Arrivals
Julian S. Leet, Now Orleans; Gnrnett
Marks nnd wife, Bisbee; IL Martin,
San Carlos; George Steinmet, Roose
elt; D. X. Willits, Tucson; George S.
Carroll, George Scuddor, Georgo Land,
Pearce; G. X. Vansant, Phoenix; Chas.
M. Ronaud, John G. Smith, Pearce; Ed
win P. Jones, Tucson; F. Solkinghousc,
Los Angeles; J. L. JJ. Alexander, Phoe
nix; R. A. Priest, San Francisco; B. F.
Daniels, Tucson; A. L. Work, Morcnci;
Gus Heyman, San Francisco.
Is a Bad, Bad Man
Chnrley Coleman, who killed a man
last year in Bisbee and who was after
wards a witness in a case out of which
grew an indictment against S. K. Wil
liams for subornntion of perjury, is in
town. Mr. Coleman is under tho delu
sion thnt this is a wild and woolly com
munity and thnt he is a bad man from
Redt Dog. Ho sometimes enrries two
guns. Yesterday morning In Green's
saloon ho exhibited only ono of theso
weapons. It was taken away from him
and he was locked up, his trial boing
set for this morning.
Negro Dishwasher Shoots Cook
Because He Wouldn't Give
Him Ham And
Word was brought horo yesterday of
a murder which occurred at Benson Sat
urday morning. A negro employed as a
dishwasher at the Virginia hotel wanted
ham and eggs for breakfnst and bocauso
the cook, also colored, refused to fur
nish him with the desired delicatessen,
tho dishwasher went to a hnrdwnm
store, purchased a .38-calibor Colt's re
volver, returned to tho kitchen of tho
hotol and took a shot at tho cook. Tim
ball entered tho abdomen of tho cook.
His assailant was arrested nnd plncoil
Tho wounded man was taken to Tun.
son for treatment, as his condition was
precarious, but ho died on tho train.
Neither the nnmo of the victim nor his
murderor could bo learned. This is tlm
second murder in Benson during tho last
Honey Mollody Wins
By Associated Press.
VALLEY PALLS. R. L. Fobnmrv 11 J
Honoy Mollody of Boston, welter
weight champion of tho world, won ov,er
Willie Lewis of New York in tho 'fourth
round tonight. '
OF MUCH IMPORTANCE
TO LOWER PINTO CREEK
Pinto Creek Mining & Smelting
Company Concentrator Now
in Operation Other Local
Mining News of Interest.
A striko of ore which is of great im
portance to tho Lower Pinto t Creek
country was reported from tho Arizona
National yesterday. As roported in Sun
day's issuo of the Silvor Bolt, tho com
pnny has just recommenced sinking in
the shaft aftor installing a new hoisting
plant and aftor sinking ten feet to a
depth of eighty foot, the shaft is in ore
running 5 to 0 per cent. All four sides
and tho bottom of tho shaft nro in ore.
A striko in tho shaft was not expect
ed, especially nt such low depth, as it
is sunk ISO foot from tho wiuzo in the
tunnel, which contains tho highest frnde
oro in thnt section. Considerable ore
hns boon shipped from tho tunnel nnd
shipments will again Login to tho Old
Dominion smolter from the shaft ns woll
as the tunnel.
Manager Scholl was informed yester
day by tolegrnm from President Hicks
that an nllotmont of $25,000 worth of
bonds nnd tho accompanying stock
bonus will bo mndo for Globe, the books
to bo opon for thirty days. The bonds
carry 5 per cent intorcst nnd the stock
bonus is twice the equivalent of the
bonds. Bonds amounting to $15,000
have already been subscribed in Globe,
so thnt but $10,000 remains for public
Yo Taniblon Mill Starts
Tho new 300-ton mill of thoPTnto
Creek Mining & Smelting companv is
now in activo operation, F. A. Carlson,
a concentrator export of the Allis-Chal
mens company, having arrived to take
charge. The Yo Tatubion camp is now
ono of the busiest in the Pinto country.
,V force of men will bo put to work im
mediately to erect now buildings and
a new wagon road to connect with the
Mitchell road. Tho aerial tram is also
in splendid working order. About forty
men nro now employed by the company
at the mine and concentrator.
Has a Good Group
William Woolsoy roturncd on Sunday
from the San Carlos strip, bringing sam
pics of oro from a group of copper
claims whicJi ho loented recently about
ten miles southeast of the San Carlos
agency. Thoro are fourteen claims trav
orscd by a mineralized lead fifty feet
wide which outcrops for 2,000 .feet
Specimens shown by Mr. Woolsoy taken
from the lead at tho surface carry about
1 per cent of copper in tho form of
pyrites. The oro is found in spar, with
hanging wall of lime nnd a great iron
dyke dipping under it, nnd diorito for
The property is only seven miles
from tho O. V. O. & N. .railroad, with
an easy down grade all tho way, and
only one mile and a hnlf of road to
build. The location work is now being
done nnd it is tho intention of Mr.
Woolsey and his partners to incorporate
i company to develop tho property.
Phil Sullivan Passes Away Af
ter His Mind Had Become
Blank from Drink
Phil Sullivan, nn old-time blacksmith
who has resided in Globo for almost
twenty years, died at the county hos
pital last night at JO o'clock. About
ton days ago Sullivan was adjudged in
sane in the probate court, but at the
time it was not supposed that ho would
over live to bo taken to tho territorial
asylum at Phoenix. Despondency, nid
ed by excessivo use of alcohol, was tho
causo of liia derangement and subse
quent death. Hq was nbout 55 years
of ago and unmarried.
Sullivan was ono of tho many who
como west to forgot cortain incidents
in their past lives; to forgot and to bo
forgotten rind to begin life nnow. Ac
cording to Sullivan's story told a friend
several years ago, ho loft his home in
Pennsylvania about thirty-five years
ago, following tho murder of a man
who had insulted his sister. Ho would
probably llavo Ijccn acquitted, of the
crime, hud ho remained to stand trial,
but he was young, and fled to escape
what ho thought would bo hanging or
life imprisonment. From tho time 'ho
loft home until his death, it is not !u
lieved that lio over communicated with
his rolativcs, and it is doubtful if any
in tho cast ever heard of him after ho
Of late years ho was given to brood
ing over the killing and over tho fnct
that ho had never gono back to his
former homo and this probably led him
to drink, as a manner of at least tem
porarily forgetting his past.
i. It, Jones & Son havo taken charge
of tho lody and funeral arrangements
will bo announced later.
Five Aro Cremated
By Associated Press.
ALLENTOWN. Pa.. Fobrunrv 11.
Edwin W. Reidnauer. a baker, and four
children were lnirnpil in ilo'itli tnniirlif
in a Hre that destroyed their home.
Death of an Estimable Lady
M. L. Konton of tho Old Dominion
Commercial company returned Sunday
ovoning from Long Beach, Cal., where
ho was called by the death of his moth
er, Mrs. Simon Kenton, which occurred
Pobruary 3 after a brief illness. Inter
ment took place on tho 0th iust. in
Long Bench cemetery. Mrs. Kenton
was 05 years of age. She is survived by
her husband, Simon Kenton, and four
children, Mrs. A. A. Parkinson and O.
1. Kenton of Indiana and Mrs. N. 8.
Bcrrny and M. C. Kenton of Globe,
all of whom were present nt tho
funeral except O. J. Kenton. Mrs. Ber
ray and her little son, who are still at
Long Beach, are expected home from
their sad journey in a few days.
Eastern Star Notice
There will be a regular meeting of
Whito Mountain Chapter No. 8, O. E. S.
Tuesday evening, February 12. Instal
lation of oftlccrs. All members nro re
quested to bo present.
Thore will be a postoffice established
at Dream a ml during the Valentine
dnnce, whero valentines will be sold and
distributed. Come and sec tho big
crowds at Dreamland.'
A New Arrival
At 12 o'clock noon Inst Saturday Mrs.
Oliver Starke presented her husband
with a handsome baby boy. Mr. Staike
is wearing "tho smile thnt won't come
off," because tho youngster weighs ten
Silver Bplt want ads brines result.
THE DIME THEATRE
At the Academy
Latest Illustrated Songs and
Most Up-to-Date Moving
Pictures on the Chicago
Film Circuit. A good clean
entertainment for all, both
young and old.
2 performances every even
ing except Sunday, at 7:30
and 8:30 p. m.
GENERAL ADMISSION 10c
Call once aud you call again.
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cream and Bu ter
milk in any quantity and
always on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
The Commercial Mines and Real Estate
Office, opposite postoffice, "Hello" 1731
Improved and unimproved proper
ties in every part of the city,
LOTS--We have some rare bar
gains in these.
STOCKS of every kind bought and
sold. Give us a call.
BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO.
Single and Double Teams
Hay, Grain & Coal
A Specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs
THE SOLOMON-WICKERSHAM CO.
globe Wholesale Grocers safford
Ask your Grocer for Diamond M. Flour. -
You take no chances, we take none.
It is Fuljy Guaranteed, THERE'S NONE BETTER!
Special Offerings of the
KELLY REALTY CO.
A handsome new modem cottage on
Knob Hill, large corner lot, $2,250, part
There's a good buy half block from
old Ballground, four-room cottage, lot
50 foot frontago on East street, $1,400;
half cash, balance time.
Cholco corner lot in East Globe, $300;
Don't forgot tho Broad street busi
ness proporty at a bargain and a money
Hero's the best: Lot SSVixUZVa, a
throe-room house on High street, $775.
Bents for $20 month.
Fire insurance written in tho strong
Agents Provident Mutual Building-'
Loan Association, the company who al
ways havo money to help you build a x
homo. Offices over Keegan's.. Phono
KELLY REALTY CO.
W. S. SULTAN
H. T. WAYNF
Deputy U. S. Mineral SaJ
SULTAN & WAYNE
SURVEYS, ASSAYS, ESTIMATES, REPORTS Opposite P. Q.M
Advance Styles! Very Special
MADE TO ORDER
Only one of each kind
Now on exhibition, see show windo
Ask for free sample of PVw , 09
"DULCE DE AROZ" JTIlOIie LL
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Of the quality you want, in the
uuantity you require, is our of
fer 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 liave
Pioneer Meat Co.
J. S. SCOTT
Complete line of
Always on hand
North "Broad st.. Just below Gj
Assayer and Chei
H. E. BIERCE
Agent for DEMING SMEIl
FOR EVERYTHING ll
Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints,
Oils, Ammunition, Guns, Cutlery,
Notions etc., go to
G. S. Van Wagenen.
Finest rooms in the cl
Everything new, raj
reasonable and sped
by the month
J. P. McNeil
Moorels Merritt Steel Range
Excelsior Steel Range
Stuart Steel Range
ALSO COOK STOVES OF
You have heard of the Famous
Always look at the label before
purchasing. We have them.
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Big Assortment of Mission Style
Furniture Ranging in Price from
3 the cheape t to the Most Costly
If you want a Rooming House Furnished
Let us give you a price.
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