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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Address to the Jurors
We have a number, of bargains 'in houses
We have unlimited facilities for supplying
your wants in our line.
We collect Eents for you whether you live in
town or elsewhere.
We write Insurance in the best and leading Fire
If your policy of insurance is signed by
Phillipson & Hagen it is alright.
We loan money.
WE GUARANTEE 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 Globo Told in
M. T. Mnlmfllo left yesterday for Los
il. R. Fiest has goiio to Indian Hot
springs at Fort Thomas for n visit.
Mr. and Mrs. G. II. MeAdams left
yesterday for Tucson.
D. F. Webster of Thatcher is a busi
ness visitor in the city.
.1. 0. Lowthian went to Prescott yes
terday on business.
T. T. Smith has loft for Douglas
after a staj' hero of a few days.
James Pylcs of the Diamond Bag
company of St. Louis left Globe yester
day for El Paso.
Frank L. Strang of Denver left here
yesterday for Cananca aftor spending
a week hero on mining business.
Harold Marshall, forest supervisor,
left yesterday for Safford after a weok
The Gallo band returned to -Los An
geles yesterday morning, closing a four
months' engagement at Dreamland.
J. Stnnflcld has gone to Douglas to
visit his son-in-law for two or threo
Mrs. R. B. Hcgardt entertained n
party of friends at her residenco near
the smelter Wednesday evening.
Superintendent W. J. Powell of the
Central Copper company caino in Wed
nesday night in search of miners.
D. W. Owen, who has been in Globe
on business for the Ben Hcney Supply
company, returned yesterday to his
headquarters at Tucson.
A. R. Hill, R. E. Hill and Miss Mabel
Hill, book and magazino solicitors fiom
Denver, left Globo yesterday mornuig
Deputy Sheriff Duncan returned last
evening from Phoenix after taking a
crazy man to the insane asylum. His
trip was delayed by the wreck on the
Southern Pacific near Mancopu,
Attorney F. J. Elliott returned home
last evening from Phoenix, where he
went to appear before tho judiciary
committees of both houses for tho Hunt
bill validating the incorporation of
Jonas IF. Brooks and Oscar L. Hascy
of Albany, N. Y., who spent several
ilays hero on mining business, left yes
t onlay morning for other mining dis
triets. Thoy will visit Bisbeo and Can
mien boforo returning east.
T. J. Miles went to Los Angolcs yes
terday morning to consult an oculist.
In 1S02 a rock hit him in tho oyo
while ho was at work in tho Continen
tal mine and he lost tho sight of it
entirely. The other eye has boon both
ering him ever since from sympathy
with the destroyed optic.
ED THE CURFEW
Council Passes Curfew Law
and Ordinance Restricting
Thoro wiih vory littlo business to bo
transacted at tho council mooting last
night and to provont an early ndjourn
niout Aldornmn Lyman Voods suggest
od that tho council puss a curfew law
providing that all children under tho
itgo of 35 yeurs should bo chased off tho
street at 8:30 p. m. Aldornmn Woods
first desired that tho ordinance should
provide that all children within this
ago limit must bo in bed by 8 o'clock,
but it wits shown to him thnt this would
bo cluss legislation nnd in conflict with
the inalienable rights of children.
Tho ordinanco was finally agieed up
on and Marshal Cnrico was instructdo to
tap tho fire bell four times ovory night
at 8:30 o'clock, when all children on
the streot not accompanied by a person
of lawful ago will liavo to broak for
Lawmakers in search of tilings to re
form are always safe in roforming or
trying to reform children nnd liquor
traffic, so tllo latter had to get its
doso also, .the council passing an ordin
ance prohibiting any saloons on any
streot of tho city except Broad street.
The ordinance will not interfere with
any saloons now on other streets.
Tho Gnllaghor saloon mnttor again
cmuo up nnd was again lnid on the
table for nnbthor weok. Mr. Galla
gher wants n license to conduct n saloon
nenr the Old Dominion smelter, but as
there has been considerable objection
from tho company and residents of the
district, tho council has been in a quan
dary as to what action to tnke.
Supervisor of Streets Goodwin was
ordered to immediately have the bridge
over Pinal creek repaired and a new
floor will be laid at once.
COPPER METAL MARKET
By Associated Pi ess.
NEW YORK, February 28. Copper was higher in London at 108
15s for spot and futures nt 108 15s. Locnlly the mnrkot was firm,
with Lake at 25.00 to 23.25; Electrolytic at 21.75 to 25.00, and Cast
ing at 24.25 to 24.75.
Lead in London wns unchanged ut 10 10s. Locally also un
changed nt 0.00 to 0.30.
Spelter in London wns unchanged at 20. Locally unchanged at
0.80 to 0.90.
Iron wns unchanged locally.
Bar silver, 08V1. Mexican dollars, 53'A.
souri and a number of others who have
to do with insular affairs will bo in
DEATH PENALTY ABOLISHED
IN. ISLE OF PORTO BICO
By Associated Press.
SAN JCIATC, P. L, February 28. The
executive assembly today adopted a bill
providing for the abolishment of tbo
death penalfy, saving the lives of sev
eral persons who weio awaiting execution.
GYPSIES IN EL PASO
Como from California by Train Instead
Violated 400-yard Law
Eula Wilson was given fifty days in
jail by Judge Thomas yesterday for
practicing an illegal vocation within
tho 400-yard limit. She was arrested
by Deputy Sheriff McMurray. Monte
Price was given sixty days by Judge
Rawlings for a similar offense Wednesday.
Nugent Wins Eaco
The skating race at Dreamland last
night between Laccy and Nugent was
easily won by the latter, who had a half
lap to spare at- tho finish. There was a
largo crowd present and considerable
money appeared to have changed hands
on the result. Lacey explains his do
feat by stating that he had a cramp in
his leg muscles shortly after tho race
began, nnd although he did his best,
ho could not win.
In tho Polico Court
Joe Arnold and his boon companion
who rejoices in tho nickname of Happy,
Hooligan got six days yesterday for
Joe Kyle and an unknown adversary
came to blows in a Broad street saloon
Wednesday night. Joo was knocked
out tho first round and was thereupon
apprehended by Marshal Carico and
Streot Supervisor Goodwin. Justice
"Thomas taxed him $0 and the officers
have their eyes peeled for tho missing
Notice is hereby given that the firm
of Trojanovich & Ferrcro has been dis
solved nnd that Mr. Tom Ferrcro is
the solo owner of tho Monte Cristo so
loon. LOUIS TROJANOVICH.
Everything a lady needs to wear,
dresses, gowns, waists, skirts, under
wear, hosiery, etc. The People's Store.
Piano for salo at half price nt Monte
Carlo saloon. 124
Special Offerings of the
KELLY REALTY CO.
Business property on Broad street
with incomo of $300.00 per month.
Choice residenco lots, 5250.00 and
$300.00; easy terms.
Now four-room cottage In East Globe,
lot 50x100, 00-foot strcots and 20-foot
alloys. $1,350.00, $350.00 cash, balance
Three-room house, small lot, $800.00.
Flro insuranco written In tho strong
Agents Provident Mutual Building
Loan Association, the company who al
ways havo monoy to help you build a
homo. Offices over Kecgau's.. Phono
KELLY REALTY CO.
THREE KILLED; FORTY
INJURED IN NEVADA
By Associated Press.
LAS VEGAS, N. M., February 2S
A special train left hero at 5 o'clock
for Los Angeles with forty persons
seriously injured in a collision of work
trains at a Salt Lake washout near
Calientc. Three nrc dead and more
fatally hurt. Drs. Howetson and Mar
tin are in charge of tho tram.
GERMAN LIBERALS GOT
MONEY IN AMERICA
By Associated Press.
BERLIN, February 28. During the
discussion on the budget in tho Reich
stag today Hcrr Groeber, the Center
party leader, asserted that the National
Liberals had even applied to certain
parties in the United States for funds
to be used in the election agitation in
Germanv, "to combat tho Center nnd
Social Democrats as tho secret and
avowed enemies of the emperor and the
Will Work Harder than Ever
By Associated Press.
PANAMA, February 28. The follow-'
ing petition signed by all the white
employees on tho canal works, has been
sent to Chief Engineer Stevens:
"Plense withdraw your resignation
nnd remain in chargo of the work. Wo
will show our appreciation and loyalty
by working for you harder than we
have u pto tho present time."
JUNKETING PARTY TO
SAIL FOR WEST INDIES
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, February 23. A
party consisting of Speaker Cannon,
Senator Curtis of Kansas, Rcprcscntn
tives Tawney of Minnesota, Loudensla
ger of New Jersey, Sherman, Littauer
nnd Olcott of Now York, McKinlcy of
Illinois, Moore of Pennsylvania and L.
W. Busby, secretary to Speaker Cannon,
will sail from New York Mnrch 5 for a
cruise to tho West Indies, South Amer
ica, the Panamn canal and Cuba. Tho
party will be absent from tho United
States about one month.
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, February 28. Paul
Morton wns rc-olcctcd president of tho
Equitable Lifo at tho annual meeting
of the board of directors today.
THINK THEY HAVE
AN ESCAPED PRISONER
DROPS DEAD WHILE
MAKING CAMP FIRE
A band of gypsies, alleged to have
been driven out of southern California
by the authorities, arrived in this city
early this morning on tho Sunset Ex
press from the west nnd later they mov
ed themselves and their accessories out
to East El Paso, says the Herald.
In this band of world travelers are
King Tignlo and Queen Franquila, tho
leaders of the flock. Tho queen, decked
with coins collected from all quarters
of the globe and earrings dangling from
the lobes of tho ears, ruled the merry
throng which gathered at the union de
pot when King Tigulo .carefully looked
for a favorable location for a camp.
They aro here apparently to stay, but
whether or not the polico and sheriff
will allow their presence in, these parts
is not yet known. Strenuous kicks
from the residents of East El Paso will
doubtless be heard before nightfall.
At the union depot, to these seers or
tellers of fortune, the tile lloor was
table, chair, bed and everything else
The floor also served as a chicken coop
for the hens carried by the women.
They were not considerate about what
part of the room they remained in and
there seemed to be no quarter of the
waiting room that was not infested
with gypsies. "
They did not look good to Special
Ollicer John Douglas' when he arrived
on ihe scene this morning and he soon
ejected the gang from tho depot, out on
the south of the building where they
reveled in the dirt of the street until
they pulled out for the eastern part of
One of the women told Officer Dougr
las that she would black his oyo if he
tried to put them out, but the officer
was not long in making his wishes ex
actly understood and they realized that
if they did not move boon there would
be assistance on hand from tho police
The men hired wagons, into which
the women and Children of all sizes
from a three-inonths-old baby up to the
larger jiirls, wore loaded and tho pro
cession started. Queen Franquila sat
on the seat of tho first wagon and
watched her retinue come up in tin
rear. Down through the main streets
of the city they passed, all chattering
with one nnothcr while people in the
street gazed curiously on.
The six trucklonds of baggage at the
depot were moved this afternoon to the
camp location, where the crowd expects
to make their temporary home until
they are ready to journey to Mexico,
which they declare is their destination.
Roscnberger, Who Killed Another Cat
tleman liear Jerome, Is
Word has been received that Winnie
Roscnberger, who shot and killed A.
C. Hochderfer on tho Hurley & Cox
ranch about twenty miles from Jerome
Inst Saturday, had been exonerated by
the Jerome authorities, says a Phoenix
Nothing hnd ben heard of the killing
until the story was read in tho Repub
lican yesterday morning and little or
nothing is known of the details of it
now. A brother of Hochderfer, who
happened to be in town, took tho first
train for the north after reading of
John Hurloy, speaking of tho affair
last night, said that ho expected a letter
today from Mr. Cox concerning tho kill
ing. He said that both Hochdorfer and
Roscnberger hn'd been in the employ
of the firm for about two years. Both
were good men and Mr. Hurley is at n
loss to imagine how the fatnl encounter
was brought about.
Word wns rocoived here last night of
the sudden death last, evening of John
O. Reidhead, at Casndor Springs, nenr
Rice, and last night Undertaker Jones
sent a casket to Rico. Reidhead, who
was (id years of age, was building a
camp fire when he suddenly dropped
dead. A physician from Rice who wns
called stated that, death was caused by
asthma. Tho deceased had just arrived
overland from somo point in Navajo
county where he had nmdo his homo.
McAlpin's "Hans Hanson" will bo
presented tonight at Dreamland, ten in
orchestra, fourteen in streot band, nnd
twenty-five in all. Seo the parade after
arrival of train. Tickets now on salo
at Palace phurinncy
There will bo a meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Globo & Pinto Mining
company to bo held Mnrch 4, 19.07, nt
county treasurer's office, Globe, Ariz.,
at 7 p. m., for tho purpose of consider
ing proposed voluntary assessment and
other business that comes before the
meeting. By order of JOS. FAULL,
120 Vice President.
Gila Valley Bank & Trust
Capital and Surplut, $100,000
L. V. KICKETTS D. W. WICKERSHAM T A i
C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy Ph. Fre
I. E. Solomon
All classes of accounts Invited Foreign exchange at i0,
just tae a slice of STAR w
Turn frimh nertra aiinnve.
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Hot biscuits (made from IEic .
Buttered with Thatcher Bum-
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Ynil'll crav Innn.
We study to please. We d0
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We can please you.
See the Man.
Why! That's half the
Stop in at Van Wagcnen's store and
find out how you can get one of those
fine work baskets filled with candy. 120
Try Dexter Bourbon if you waiit
something extra flue; splendid for med
icinnl purposes and as pure a brand as
can be hud anywhere. Bankers' Garden.
Get a Home
With some young lady by getting her
one of those fine candy boxes in tho
window at Van Wagencn's store Full
particulars inside of store. 120
Try Dexter Bourbon if you want
something extra fine; splendid for med
icinal purposes and us pure a brand as
can be had anywhere. Bankers' Oar
Sewing machines for rent or salo at
Singer store in Trut building, next to
telegraph office. - 141
6 6-ft. Counters
6 6-ft. Counter Show
WILL SELL AT BARGAiN IF
TAKEN AT ONCE
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cream and Bu ter
milk in any quantity and
always on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
J. W. WALTER
. THE TAILOR
Will carry on his business from
tho 1st of March in Edwards &
Ncff's store. All clothes made to
order will bo made at home in
tho latest styles. Beasonable
Prices. Satisfaction guaranteed.
By Associated Press.
t LEAVENWORTH, Kan., February
28. A man undor arrest at Portland,
Ore., undor tho name of Charles Win
ters, for vagrancy, is believed to bo
James Seymour, one of the most noted
criminals in the country, who escaped
from tho penitentiary here in the mu
tiny of November 7, 1901, when several
officers were shot and a dozon prisoners
GO TO HONOLULU
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, February 28. Kal
anianaole, Hawaiian dolegato to con
gress, has invited n number of repre
sentatives and senators to visit tho
Sandwich islands this summer as guests
of residonts of tho islands, nnd a special
congressional party will sail bn ono of
tho liners from San Francisco eaily in
Juno. Representative Hamilton, chair
man of tho house committee on terri
tories; Representative Lloyd of Mis-
W. S. SULTAN
H. T. WAYNE
Deputy U. S. Mineral Surveyor
SULTAN & WAYNE
SURVEYS, ASSAYS, ESTIMATES, REPORTS
Opposite P. O., Globe
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Of the quality you want, in the
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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 nave
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A modern up to date home completely furnished
throughout; foar rooms with bath, closets, pantry and
summer kitchen. STRICTLY UP TO DATE.-
Ono six-room house; near bridge on Fascoe hill;
$1,250.00 on easy terms. Bents for S25 per month.
One three-room house near Central School; lot 43x95;
must bo sold within fifteen days. , . , ,
Lot 35x62l2 on Pascoe hill Bargain. ',
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Wo cannot rent you a house at present. But why
pay rent when you can buy a house and pays for it in
Let ni show you what we havo. A horse "and buggy at
your service at all times.
GLOBE REAL ESTATE OFFICE
F. L. TOOMBS, Manager
t Phone 1101 Over Post Office
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