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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Sunday, February Pa
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GLOBE SIGHTS AND
'Current News of Busy Globo Told in
T Mrs. J. H. Mintor roturncil to lior
home at Itooscvelt yesterday.
Mis' Georgia Colson, who has been
ill with tliu grip for a week, is some
1J. J. Young, superintendent of tho
IJritt Copper company, loaves this morn
, ing for Bowio to spend tho day.
Tho grand jury of tho district court
meets next on tho Gth of Mny. The
trial jury date is tho Oth of Mny.
Tho funeral of tho lato Mrs. Frank
Sieglitz will be held at 2 o'clock tomor
row afternoon from tho Methodist
church. Rev. Decker will ofTiciate.
Harry Mitchell of the Mitchell Min
ing company will go to Bowio this morn
ing to incut his wife, who has been
spending tho winter on tho coast.
Sheriff Thompson roturned from Nee
die, Cal., Friday in company with
Charles E. Oswald, who is wanted hero
on a statutory charge.
.k- Charles Wild, the railway mail clerk,
has been down with an attack of In
grippe, but was able to bo on duty yos
terday. K. N. Hawkins, a well known mining
man of Denver, wh lions largo interests
in the big Nevada gold camp, was an
arrival in tho city last evening to spend
a few days.
Superintendent Leroy Scholl of tho
Arizona National and his bride aro ex
pected this evening from Laramie,
Wyo., where they wero married two
Professor John "W. Prout, tho geolog
ist, leaves this morning for western
Sonora, where ho has been called to
make examination of n mine. Ho ex
pects to roturn to Globe in about a
Dr. T. Shields Collins returned Inst
evening from Cananca and Bisbee. He
rcMrts that tho Sonora metropolis is
a great mining camp and that tho con
solidation of tho Greene and Colo inter
ests will make tho camp ono of the
greatest on tho continent.
Klma M. G. Sieglitz, wifo of Frank C.
Sieglitz Jr., from Methodist Kpiscopal
church on Monday, February 2.", 1007,
at 2 o'clock p. in.
Polico Court News
John Weir got sixty days at hard
Jabor for passing whisky into tho coun
ty jail. Frank Fra was fined $10 yes
terday by Judge Thomas for trying to
horsewhip a friend.
Hurt in Cavoin
A cavoin at the Pinto mine injured
Frank Drow Inst Wednesday. Tho rock
.struck him in tho head and shoulders
and blood gushed from his cars and
nose. Dr. Wales is in attendance and
believes ho will recover soon.
Odd Follow Delegates
I. O. O. F., Ifescuo lodgo No. 12, on
Wednesday evening elected tho follow
ing delegates to tho meeting of tho
.grand lodge, which is to bo hold in
JPrescott on tho second Monday in April,
viz: II. II. Pratt, Eugeno Middloton,
Arthur Francis and Philip Oates.
Charles Slack will ropresent Gila en
campment No. 3.
A Bump Examiner
Professor D. V. Saffery, a co-itinerant
of Dr. Knox, who lectures this after
noon and evening and ovoning at
Dreamland, swung up a phrenological
chart on a Broad street tolegraph polo
opposite tho courthouse yesterday af
of bargains in houses
ternoon and prococdod to altruistically
enlighten tho increscont gathoring. Tho
professor assured hia nudionco that ho
would not "pass his hat."
Silver iJolt Want Ads. bring results.
Could Tako Caro of Himself
As two city ofticors wore passing tho
Wcdgo saloon. Friday afternoon they
espied a man fast asleep on a bonch in
front nml tapped his shoulder. Ho
jumped up and pulled a Colt's forty
five on thorn with tho explanation that
"I'm all right: I can tako care of my
self." But tho officers took caro of
him and Justice Thomas sentenced him
to twenty-five days.
Everybody goes to tho Dime.
Vag Had a Shiner
Dan Main, who was "vagged" nearly
a month ago by Justice Thomas, had in
reality a twenty-dollar gold piece se
creted somewhere upon his person, and
when he was locked up ho ingeniously
concealed it in a crack in the wnll of
tho jail. However, thero scorns to bo
no "honor among thioves," for two
other prisoners, Joe Sullivan and Pon
Locns by name, in some way or other
learned his pretty secret and thereafter
thomselves assumed responsibility for
said gold piece. Tho latest factor in
tho caso is the jailer, who "laughed
last" and therefore "best."
Phono in your want nils. Main 231.
District Court Session
The defendants in the suit of tho
Torritory of Arizona vs. Henry Mullen
and JnmcB Coakley pleaded not guilty
to burglary in tho district court yes
terday. Thero'will bo separate trials
for them on May 0. '
In the replevin suit appealed from
justice court of M. Brokenshire vs. E.
P. Shanley, judgment was rendered for
Judgment was rendered for tho de
fondant in Fritz Brothers vs. National
Cash Begistor company. Tho case had
been appealed by the cash register com
pany from justice court.
The case of Mary A. Hillman vs.
Fitzpatriek ot al. was yesterday dis
missed upon motion of tho plaintiff.
Silver Bolt wnnt ads brines results.
Funeral of Al Sieber
The funeral of tho lato Al Siebor,
former chief of scouts under Generals
Miles and Crook and other noted Indian
fighters, was hold Friday afternoon
from the undertaking establishment of
1 L. Jones & Son and was largoly at
tended by old friends of tho deceased.
Membors of tho G. A. It., of which Mr.
Siebor was n member, and tho Women 'h
Keliof Corps attended, liov. Durham
of tho Baptist church officiated. A
largo number of Indians viewed the ro
mains during tho day. Nearly every
Indian in this section of the country
was acquainted with tho dead scout and
all looked upon him as a friend.
Phono in your want ads. Main 231.
There will bo a mooting- of tho stock
holders of tho Globo & Pinto Mining
company to be hold March 4, 1007, at
county treasurer's office, Globo, Ariz.,
at 7 p. m.; for tho purpose of consider
ing proposed voluntary assessment nnd
other business that comes before tho
mooting. By order of JOS. FAULL,
120 Vico President.
Meet mo at tho Dime tonight.
Tho Globo Lumber Company havo
just received a car of Alsen Gorman
Portlnnd cement. 120
Advertise in tho Silvor Belt.
Catch tho combination 1060-009-341.
in the Southwest
Best of Service.
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BEING LAID OFF
Business in Bisbee Suffers and
Outcome Is' in Doubt May
Arrivals in Globo from Bisbeo report
thut botweon 1,000 and 1,700 miners
hnvo boon lnid off by tho various com
panies opornting in tho Warron district
up to date and more uio being dis
charged daily. Many of thoso dis
charged aro coming to Globo and appar
ently readily find omploymont. Ono
of tho miners who came from Bisbee
Friday states that it h his belief that
only union men aro boing diBChargod"
mid thoro aro reports current iu Bisboe
that Mexican minors will bo brought
up from Mexico to tnko tho places of
tho discharged men.
On conditions in Bisbeo tho Review
of that city says:
Tho local situation, with reference to
tho employment or discharge of miners
iu tho Wurren district, hn practically
boon unchanged since Monday. Com
mencing with the laying off of eight
hundred men just ono week ugo, there
have been small quotas of men discharg
ed from time to time. One day Inst
wook tho number totaled two hundred
and fifty and on Sunday probably one
hundred men wore discharged at tho
L. S. & P. Colo shaft and at tho Deun
Arizona. While it is true to a cortain extent
that there is a shortage of supplies at
some of the properties and tho 'Spray
shaft is badly in need of repairs, it is
tho gonorally accepted theory now
among the workinguicn and tho busi
ness men of tho city thnt the advent of
tho orgnuizors of tho Western Federa
tion of Miners into tho district has also
been a factor iu the decision of the
companies to mcot this now condition
by a reduction in the working force,
and during tho past fow days, accord
ing to rumor, tho mou discharged aro
said to have been nctivo iu tho cause
of tho Western Fodoration.
On yesterday it was stated that th
Western Federation organizers wero ar
ranging for a public meeting. Joseph
D. Cannon was about town ondcavoring
to secure a hall for this purpose, and
it is understood that tho purpose of the
meeting was the election of local ofti
cors and tho perfection of the organiza
tion. So far as known tho meeting has
not been hold, but it is reported that
such a meeting will bo held boforo tho
week is out.
It was also reported last night that
Organizor Rawlings would address tho
workingmen of Bisbee in an open air
meeting to bo held on this evening.
It is evident that tho mining com
panies aro working out some policy
which thoy havo adopted to offset tho
work being done by the Western Fed
crntion. Just what this policy is no
body knows, but the daily discharge of
men at the various shafts is no doubt
a part of the program.
The organizers hnvo made no state
ments since they opened their ofllees
in tho Shattuck building, ton days ago.
C. Rawlings was been yesterday by a
Review man and asked if the report
was true thnt the union men proposed
to go out on strike is certain demands
they would make this week wero not
granted. Mr. Rawlings stated that ho
knew of no demands that were to be
made and had no knowledge of any
projiosed union strike.
Among the business men there are all
kinds of rumors going tho rounds. One
thnt was worked overtime yesterday
was to the effect that the Amalgamated
Copper company had purchased the
holdings of tho Copper Queen company
in this district. Whoever started the
rumor fixed the purchase prico at $1GS,
000,000. Another street rumor was to
the effect that "Mother" Jones would
bo hero today to address tho working
men. All efforts of the Review reporter
to confirm these rumors wero futile.
On yesterday so'veral small mer
chants, especially dealers in groceries,
instructed their solicitors to inform
their customers that unless all bills due
February 12 wero paid on or beforo
February 20, all goods would bo deliv
ered (L O. D. The reason nssigned by
tho grocerymen for this move was tho
unsettled condition of Bisbeo at the
present, and the demands being made
upon tho small retail dealers for prompt
settlement of their accounts.
Just what tho end of tho present
week will bring forth cannot bo pre
dicted. Business men along Main street
and Browory avenue arc already begin
ning to feel tho effects of the dischnrgo
of a largo number of mou nnd the gen
eral unsettled condition at present pro
vailing in Bisbeo has been felt in nil
of tho surrounding towns.
Visit not that of an Executive
College Hospitality Is
Shawered on Him
By Associated Press.
BOSTON, February 23. The visit to
Harvard university today of Theodore
Boosovolt, who came, not as president,
but as a "grad" returning to meet fol
low scholars scholars and men, including
his own son, Thcodoro Jr., dovoloped
into ono of tho busiest days of his ca
reer. Harvard hospitality showered
festivities upon the president during his
two visits to tho university city nnd
hosts of his personal friends all claimed
a share of his timo.
William Baldwin, the negro murderer,
is now in tho Graham county jail at
Solomonvillo. Ho will be arraigned in
court before Judgo Navo tomorrow
morning. Tho trial ia set for March 5.
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Fob'ruary 23. Holiday conditions provnilod in metal
markets. Copper continued firm, with Lake quoted at 2.1.00 to 25.25 ;
Electrolytic, 24.75 to 25.00; Casting, 21.25 to 21.75.
Lead was steady at 0.00 to 0.30.
Spelter was 0.80 to 0.00.
Iron steady at recent prices.
Globe Is a Good
That's why we spent our money to put in one of the best,
most complete and Up-to-Date Drug Stores in the
We want YOUR business and will reciprocal e by court
Our Telephone Number is 341 -TALK TO US.
Onr Post Office Box is 1066--WRITE TO US.
Our Street Number is 999 Broad-'-COME SEE US.
BARRETT'S DRUG STORE
O. R. FEIST
and all Other Precious Stones
....Ryan's Book Store....
BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO.
Single and Double Teams
A Specialty made
There is no Breakfast food like it. Ready to eat
5 cents the package at your grocer.
THE SOLOMON-WICKERSHAM CO.
Special Offerings of the
KELLY REALTY CO.
Business property on Broad street
with income of $300.00 per month.
Choice residence lots, $250.00 and
$300.00; easy terms.
Now four-room cottage In East Globe,
lot 60x100, CO-foot streets and 20-foot
alloys. $1,350.00, $350.00 cash, balance
Three-room house, small lot, $800.00.
Firo lnsuranco written In tho strong
Agents Provident Mutual Building
Loan Association, the company who al
ways liavo money to help you build' a
home. Offices over Kccgau's.. Phono
KELLY REALTY CO.
Professor Knox of tho Montnl Science
College of Seattlo will doliver two lec
tures at Dreamland today. At 2:30
tho subject will be, "How to Overcomo
Poverty and Accumulate Wealth." Ad
mission 15 cents, childron 10 cents. In
tho evening, "How to Overcomo Death
and Liye Forevor." Admission 25
cents, children JO cents.
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Everything a lady needs to wear,
drosses, gowns, waists, skirts, under
wear, hosiery, etc. The Peoplo's Store.
On Sunday morning Rov. Qeorgo Sol
by will preach on "Some Aspects of tho
Coming Naval Display at Hampton
Roads," In tho ovening ho will delivor
a lecture on Goorgo Washington. All
aro cordially invited.
Try Doxtor Bourbon if you want
somothing extra lino; splendid for med
icinal purposes and as pure a brand as
can bo had any whore. Bankers' Gar
den. A clean .cutortain meat at the Dime.
and Growing City
WE CAME HERE
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cream and Bu tcr
milk in any quantity and
always on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
Hay, Grain & Coal
of Fine Livery Rigs
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Phone in your want ads. Main 231.
Sowing machines for rent or sale at
Singer storo in Tjust building, next to
telegraph office. 141
Try Dexter Bourbon if you want
somothing extra fine; splendid for med
icinal purposes and as pure a brand as
can be had anywhere. Bankers' Gar
den. NOTICE TO CBEDITOES
Estate of M. M. Postlcthwaite, de
ceased. Notico is hereby given by the under
signed administrator of tho estate of
M. M. Postlethwaite, deceased, to the
' creditors of and all persons having
claims against tho said deceased, to ex
hibit them, with tho necessary vouchers,
within four months after tho first pub
lication of this notice, to the said ad
ministrator, at his residence in Pine,
Gila County, Arizona, the same bing
tho place for tho transaction of tho
business of said estate in said Coonty
of Gila. P. O. MILLER,
Administrator of Estato of said De
ceased Dated November 13thl000. 124
Gila Valley Bank & Trust C
L. D. RlCKETTS D. W. WlCKERSHAM T. A P..
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C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy Ph. Freudpv-
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Another offer we propose is
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Still another, lowest selling
price the market will warrant.
With such a combination,
proved by years of square
dealing, ought we not to have
Pioneer Meat Co.
Capital and Surplus, $100,000
H. T. WAYfcc
Deputy U. S. Mine, c.
"lis said the man
Who whispers down the well
About the goods he has to sell
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