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ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning oxcopt Monday.
Admitted to tho mails as .second class
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i .Vale, Fifty-ninth United States con
gress. You have spent your time well
and tho people's money better.
Kl Paso is in tho throes of n mu
nicipal campaign. There are various
tickets in the field, down to a Citizens!
Senator Spooner of Wisconsin has re
signed his seat, because he can no longor
serve- "in justice to his private intro-o-tts.
" Why can't the Texas senator
look at it in that wayi
The Anti-Saloon League of Phoenix
has introduced in the legislature a bill
prohibiting the salo of liquor in Ari
zona. While their intentions are cer
tainly good, the leaguers would bo
much happier if they let booze alone.
-Mr. Harriman denies that the trans
Atlantic railroad companies arc to
blame for obstructing the proper dig
ging of the Panama canal. That ought
to settle it; if .the charge were true Mr.
Harriman would certainly acknowledge
THE ARRESTS AT CLIFTON
The action of immigration ofliuiuls in
arresting u half doxen clerical employ
ees of it copper company at Clifton
is in a inniiiicrto,bo commended. If
we are going to excludo cheap alion
labor, why should wo not forbid costly
alien labor? While those arrested are
not to blamo for their unexpected pre
dicament, the ofliuiuls of tho company
which brought them from Scotland .un
doubtedly know what thoy wore doing,
unless they themselves nro not citizens
anil are unfamiliar witli our laws ie
glutting immigration restrictions. But
ignorance of our luws should not pre
vent thoir punishment.
There has been much agitation lately
regarding the importation of cheap
alien labor to compote with our native
labor and its piobablo results. As a
matter of fact it is the labor of the
educated class, the clerical employees
who number hundreds of thousands
throughout tho country mid who are
unprotected by trade unions, that needs
protection from alien labor far mote
than the cheap labor, although theirs is
cheap enough, as ovorybo,dy knows.
There is at present a dearth of cheap
labor throughout tho country, but theto
has never been a time during tho past
generation that there have not been
from two to a dozen men for every
ulerical position in the country.
We are sorry for tho young Scotch
men, who will probably be sent back
whence they came.. They would prob
ably hai made good citizens, if they
were allowed to rcmnln in this coun
try, but we believe there nro ploi.ty
of young Americans who can fill thoir
places to tho complete satisfaction of
their employers. Furthermore, we be
lieve that the higher class of labor in
this country is entitled to the same pro
tection as that given those who would
sudor by the iuqiortntion of Japanese
coolies. The fnct that they are not
organized into a .strong union which
could demand protection should make
no difference to the federal govern
ment, if it desires to do the right thing
Boston is not such a bad place in
which to live. The esteemed Herald of
that city says that there aro not many
motorists in Boston who, after running
over a child, would leave him on pro
text of going for a physician and fail
Several El Pasoans who have evi
dently been "east" created a riot in
a Pass City theater because thoy
claimed the performing company, ono
of national reputation, had "cut" the
opera. You can't fool the people of
the West Texas metroolis. They kuow
as much about theayters as the man
that invented them.
It has come again, just as regular as
the discovery of sun spots. This time
it is a dispatch from Tucson mid says
Governor Kihbey will retire in sixty
days. But the dispatch fails to tell
who the governor's successor will be
except that he will be a friend of
.lodge Ainsworth. Is it Kssih!c that it
will be Tom Fitch?
brought into tho city from tho outside,
becnuso of the fact that no casos havo
been found for such n long time.
-Tho first of tho now cases was found
at tho Snvun homo on Opora drivo,
when Dr. John ilagnn of the Copper
Queen medical stuff diagnosed tho niling
of tho 5-year-old daughter as being
scurlet fever. The attending physician
at once reported the matter to tho city
physician lind a quarantine was cstab-
nsiioii. 11 is unuorstooti Unit tae caso
is malignant in nature and that tho
physicians consider tho condition of tho
small patient as being critical.
WILL START WORK
ON OH VISTA
Arichisc Copper Company wliich Bought
Good Group Near Safford Will Begin
Development Work at Once Other
Mining News from tho Valley.
A deal was closed Mondav last for
the sale of seven mining claims, known
as the old Beuna Vista group, owned
by Pr. Freudenthal, Charles F. Solo
mon, J. S. Blako and George Couklin,
which may mean much for the valley in
the near future.
The purchasers of the property aro
the Arichisc Copper company, of which
Dr. H. J. Jackson of Xow York is the
president. The purchase price is $10,
000, a specified amount paid down and
the balance to be paid in six and twelve
months. The claims are located in the
Oila mountains seven miles north of
Solomonville and three miles east of
tjie hone Star mining properties.
The company is a new one, having
but recently incorporated and it is the
intention of tho ineoriwrntore to devol
op the mines. Work will commence at
once as n contract has already been let
to J. S. Blake to sink a 100 foot jthaf
and for tho repairing of the wagon
road to the mines. Also an order was
sent out Monday to Los Angeles for
ore cars and rails. The lumber for
present requirements to be used in
making improvements on tho property
was ordered shipped from Safford.
Will Bo Built Under Direction of Dr.
Ricketts and Will Handle Ore as
Docs tho Old Dominion Now Mill
Will Have Capacity of 10,000 Tons.
THE CANAL DIGGING
President Roosevelt has decided to
turn over tho digging of the Panama
canal to the army, of which he is tho
commander in chief. The government
may save money by retaining control
of the work, but some question arises
as to whether it is a good move as
regards expediency. It is now up to
Hoosevelt to dig the canal. He has
virtunjly taken the contract and in
this the third-termers may see a ray of
hope, for it will take much longer than
the remaining presidential term to com
plete the big job.
The president gives perfectly good
reasons for rejecting all the bids for
building tho Panama canal by contract.
The specifications demanded of the con
tractors more capital than they could
personally furnish, compelling them to
have recourse to bankers. Bankers'
money is dear. Government monoy is
cheap. "The government," says the
president, "by this arrangement is
made to pay a high percentage for cap
ital which it might itself have furn
ished at a much lower rate." There
fore the bidders are bowed out, and the
government again resolves to build the
This is perfectly good business rca
xoning on 'the part of the president,
and the high cost of bankers' money is
not the only consideration involved.
The building of the Panama canal is
a work too great for individual con
tractors. If done at all it must be done
by the government. In the opinion of
many experts the risks under the pres
ent lock canal plan aie too great even
for the government to assume.
Wallace has gone. Shonts has gone.
Now Chief Engineer Stevens goes; tho
contract plau is abandoned, and the
plan of government construction is
again adopted. In a private business of
this of of any other magnitudeiuch
changes and uncertainties would btfjp?
moralizing. But the president 'sbuoy
ant optimism does not desert him.
"The work of construction is going oh
well, aud will continue to do so," he?
The new direction of the Grecne
Cananea is now maturing plans for the
commencement of work on the new con
centrators which will handle the low
grade ores of the Greene Consolidated
and the Cananea Central properties,
says the Boston Financial News.
The new plants will be built after
the plant of the new quarter million
dollar concentrator which was built for
the Greene Consolidated company after
plans by Dr. Bicketts, who acted as
consulting engineer for the Greene
while he was superintendent of the
Old Dominion plant at Globe.
The combined capacity of the Greene
Consolidated concentrators at the end
of 1905 was 2,400 tons of crude oro it
day. The old concentrator is in indi
vidual sections of thirty tons of ore,
while the new plant that Dr. Bicketts
dovised was in 500-ton sections and it is
understood that the new plant will be
in sections of 1,000 tons, and that, when
the new plans of the company are ma
tured it will have ti total capacity of
10,000 tons per day, in addition to the
capacity that the company onw has.
The new concentrator after the fash
ion of the plant erected by Dr. Ricketts
will be built on tho side of a hill and
in terraces. Tins will enable tho ore
to be handled by gravity, as is the
fashion of the Old Dominion plant,
which will mean that the plant will be
an extremely economical one through
out and that the costs of copper will
show a big decrease.
The new mill will be entirely of steel
resting on a concrete base, fwhicji in
turn win (icpenti upon a solid rock
Tho present rate of concentration at
the Greene Consolidated is about 3.0
into 1, and this ratio will probably be
maintained in the new plant.
Tho system under which the now con
centrator will bo built will enable tho
iKiompany to make additions ns tho
mines are opened up, so as to permit
tho handling of still larger tonnages.
In speaking of tho plans of operations
at the Greene a prominent official of
the new company stnted the other day
that tho plans of the management con
templated mining "by wholesale."
I he known ore bodies at Cananea
make possible the ultimate handling of
immense tonnages, but the question of
doing this upon the most economical
basis is tho ope that is at present most
vital to the future of tho property.
The experience gained at the Old
Dominion and at tho Greone, and the
action of the big plant that was pre I
viousiy limit tor the Greene Consoli
dated will be of immense value to Dr.
Ricketts in solving the present large
Shipment of Concentrates
During the past week water in the
Gila river lowered to the fordable point
and Superintendent Gilpin of the San
Juan mine hustled a carload 1,000
sacks of concentrates to Safford for
shipment to the smelter at Globe. This
was the first concentrates brought
across the river in many weeks, and
Mr. Gilpin is to bo commended for Jiis
hustling qualities. The car of brown
metal was billed out Sunday morning.
Tho Lone Star company has its ore
chutes at this place filled with sacks
of oro ready for shipment to the smel
ter also. Safford Journah
visit frionds nt Solomonville Tho
Globe Silver Belt says: "Other than
legal business cnlls Mr. Weinberger to
the county seat, although of much more
importance" Look out for nn an
nouncement. It is reported that Frank Ifeed, who
is an employee of P. J. Jacobson as a
common laborer, reeontly sold a mining
claim in tho vicinity of Globe to the
Old Dominion Coppor company for
if.lOjOOO. A nice sum of money that to
reccivo at any stago of life.
The Iris will be a clean, moral and
up-to-date place of amusement.
GLEE CLUB TO TRAVEL;
COMING TO THIS CITY
The University Glee club will give
an entertainment at tho university on
next I'ridnv evening, havs the Tucson
Citizen. They have arranged an excel
lent program and it is expected that
the euteitiiiument will be on of the
events of the year at tiie university.
It is the intention of the Glee club
to make a tour of the territory later
and if this cau be arranged it is likely
that the club will isit Douglas, Bisbee
and Globe in the southern putt and
likely Phoenix and Prcscott to the
north. They may also visit some of the
Phono in your want ads. Main 231.
ORDINANCE NUMBER EIGHTEEN
An Ordinance Restricting Saloons to
Broad Street and Requiring Appli
cations for New Saloons on Broad
Street to Be Accompanied by Con
M'nt of Propel ty Owneis.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Common Council of the City of Globe:
That hereafter all saloons shall be
restricted to Broad Street, and that no
licenses shall be issued for any saloon
to bo maintained in any part of the
(,ity of Globe, except Broad Street.
All applications for licenses for a
saloon not heretofore established on
Broad Street shall be accompanied by
tho recommendation of a majority of
the property owners in the Block where
such saloon is to be maintained.
This oidinauce fhall not apply to sa
loons heretofore established nor to
houses of prostitution.
, SECTION IV.
This ordinance shall go into effect
upon its passage.
Passed and adopted the 2Sth day of
February. 1907. .
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: F. J. Elliott, Clerk.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF GILA, TERRITORY OF
GLOBE AND SAFFORD
The Safford Journal contains the fol
Harold Marshall, supervisor of the
forest reserve on Mount Graham, camo
up from Globe Thursday.
Ph. Freudenthal of Solomonville
spent a few days of this week in Globe.
Miss htliel Ilurndoii left Safford on
Wednesday for Globe, her parent's hav
preceded her in locating there several
J. N. Porter, president of the Bank of
Safford and the First National Bank of
Globe came up from that city yesterday
to remain a day or two in Safford.
Peter Wilson, a Globe horse buyer,
came up to Safford Monday to pur
chase a few horses. Ho bought three
horses from J. M, Foster, paying for
them in the aggregate about $825.
Attorney J. Weinberger came up from
Globe tho latter part of last week to
In the Matter of the Estate and Guar
dianship of Raymond Pence, a Minor.
Order to Show Cause on Applica
tion of Guardian for Order of Sale of
On reading and filing the petition ol
Sarah A. Jligdon, the guardian of the
estate of Raymond Pence, a minor,
playing for "an order of sale of certain
real estate belonging to the said ward
for the uses and purposes herein set
It is Hereby Ordered, That the next
of kin of the said ward and all persons
interested in ,the said estate, appear
before this Court on Monday, the 25th
day of 3lareh, 1007, at ten o'clock A.
M., nt the courtroom of this Court, at
the City of Globe, in the said County
of Gila, then and there to show cause
why aii. order should not be granted
for" tho sale of such estate;
And It Is Further Ordered, That a
copy of this order bo published at least
four successive weeks before tho said
day of hearing, in the Arizona Silver
Belt, a newspaper printed and published
in said city, County of Gila.
Dated February 23d, 1907.
P. C. ROBERTSON,
47 Probate Judge.
"tg ST CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
Advertisements under this bead 10 cents per line the first insertion and 6 cents per line each subsequent in
By the month, $1.00 per' line. No ad inserted for less than 20 cents. All ads under this head must be naM!05-
advance. Discount to regular advertisers.
WANTED Competent waiters at the
TWO LADIES wish employment at
cooking. Apply at Mrs. M. A. Hayes
boarding house. 123
FOR SALE Dwelling house on Oak
street, block 35; town lots on East
and Sycamine stieets. Address Fred
II. Golden, box 321, or call at Gold
en's lodging house." 123
FOR SALE Five-room house, price
$S50; easy terms and only $200 down.
Apply room 28, Trust building. 143
FOR SALE Restaurant. Address Box
1045, Globe. 133
FOR SALE Three room house with
pantry and cellar, opKsite the Cen
tral school. Apply t James It. Wall.
Best view of Globe 142
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Pocket book containing receipts
and two telegrams. Leave at this
ollico and receive reward. tf
We have letters for G H p o
! P S and X Y Z. ' u l C;
FOR RENT Desirable furnished
Inquire of Mrs. L. G. f nT5!
ground, back of South R..i. .... ' DJI
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FOR RENT Business nv, . '
Miss K. Young, opposite CeItI'Ttcj
FOR RENT Tent with goTT
either furnished or unfurim, ,
at second house back ,f u '
A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING
Tho Iris will bo a clean, moral audi Get in out of tho dust and drink the
up-to-date place of amusement. i biggeM beer in town at the Wnlge.
See Mack and Jim at. the Veigt m
Money to loan on good security. Ad
dress W., Box 071, city.
Take the familv to the Dime
Go (o Buxton & Meriitt for tho finest
line of wa!l paper and house decoia
tious of every description.
The Iris will be with us soon. Watch
papers for opening date.
Times Don't Change
"They had just the samo trouble in
ancient times as wo have now"
"1 have just read that Constantine
had a thousand cooks, and we've had
about that many ourselves."
Parties wanting brick can have thoii
wants promptly , supplied by leaving
their orders nt the ottlcu of
GIBSON & HENDERSON,
Mines and Stock Exchange, Globe, Ariz.
There is a place for tho Iris in Globe,
and Globe is the place for the Iris,
Choice beef, pasture fctisjaiu! the fin
est to be hail anywhere." Globe Mcaf
Just received a carload of the ver.t
latest designs in wall paper designs of
1907. Buxton & Merritt.
Dorchester Bourbon, fine goods, aged
and just the thing for what n. Is you
Js one of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; "everything first-class in
i.:. i: i i.. TiaCi;
Iff line. sttll UMU UC CUUYIIJCeU.
There Is a place for tho Iris in Globe,
and Globe is tho place for the Iris.
Take the time to go to the Dime
Try onr sausage, the very finest in
qunlily. Globe Meat Market.
If yon want something extra nice in
wall paper, got to Ryan's.
"No railroad wreck today.'"
"Shall we get out an extra I"
"I think not. It seldom pays to be
"Oh, it 's easy. Easy as taking candy
from a baby."
"Easy, ehf Ever try taking candy
from a baliyf"
8tage to Gib3on Mine
Stage will leave each Monday, Wed
ucsdaj and Fridny mornings ut 9:20 a
m., from Barclay & Higdou's corral.
Choice hams and bacon, none finci
Glolio Meat Market.
Tho Iris will pay every attention to
the comfort of ladies and children.
Fine fresh Kansas pork. Globe Meat
The finest line of wall papers ever
shown in'GIobe. Buxton & Merritt.
"Do you think these elbpw sleeves
"Not when a lady has to wear
ahem garters with her gloves."
Choice cut flowers, direct froinfthe
hothouse. Call .at Western Union office.
The Iris will be a clean, mom,,
- - - " "tMMgfcunu
Go to ityau's
When vou want iimenxinra ..-,
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grapnopuone records. Souvenir ,.kJ
at Ryan's. ' "
"T.iua on.1 lot !!... Tv
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iuarKei, u. Atuggrave, proprietor
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wn.-it you Know aliout the in ,. ,
tin liifor.itiflimi ' ufiifl ft... . .
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And the dull pupil for .i,
100 by Haying, "Nothing.'
Aiiere is a piace ior me ins in 0UV I
and Glohe is tlin nlarn fnr ). t-. l
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Anything in the -.vav 01 mix?.! drinks
can always be had at McDunough V.
Wc receive Kansas xitiitry twice a I
week. Globe Meat Market.
Decorate Your Home
Go to Ryan's for a varied assortment
of wall paper.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
By virtue of an execution t$ue,i J
of the District Court of tin Fifth J
dicial District of the Ternton of A
zona in and for Gila Count m f1TS,
of L. P. Eggers and against Xeliie Mat
lory, W. J. Mallory, Frank Gill
Geo. W. P. Hunt, for the sum tf jl
402.00, duly attested the 15th dat 4
Februarr. 1907. I have, levin.! h., .i!
following personal property of &
.jiauory, to wit: ?
One promissory note for $l'mi
given by the Globe Boston Mining i
pany to Nellie Mallory;
Twenty-five thousand (25,Ouft,0(
shares of Globe Boston Mining stwt
.Notice is hereby given that on Site
day, March 16th, 1007. at the howl
11 o'clock in the forenoon, id frj
of the office of the Sheriff of sai.i t
County, Oak Street, Globe, Amou,
will sell the above described propei
at public auction to the highest bid
for cash, or so much thereof as mat
necessary to satisfy said execution
Dated Globe, Arizona, Mari-h 4ti
1$07. J. If. THOMPSON
135 Sheriff Gila County, Arizona T
GOING TO BUILD wo win seii the
cations anddetailsjcomplete, of this
cozy and attractive little 4 room
bungalow for only $5.00. Modern
conveniences, guaranteed cost not
over $850. Further information on
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XsftlL --KS5UJ i
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Wo WANT TO ASSIST YOU
in getting the most attractive, cozy and convenient
home on earth-and the Cal. Bungalow is all of that.
Send 53c to-day for our book of Bungalows and Span
ish Mission residences, scores of handsome views with
plans, interiors and full descrintions.-iust what vou
want. Complete plans, specifications and details for
any home, only $ 1 0.00.
R. N. XAMBERTH & CO.
Dept. W. Los Angeles, Cal.
First-class work at bed rock prices.
Buxton & Merritt, tho painters.
The Iris will pay every attention to'
the comfort of ladies and children. I
Bread, cakes and pies delivered to
any part of town by tho Star Bakery.
They're going to tax bachelors
Let married men stand pat;
The luw need put no tnx on them
Their wives attend to that.
The Finest Retort in Globe
"l Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars. Wines
I Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
SAY? Where do you trade?
Why, at Mill Williams, of course, for
he carries a complete "line of everything.
WM. MILL WILLIAMS
GENERAL MERCHANDISE .
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Of the quality you want, in the
quantity you require, is our of
fer in Meats and Pouitry.
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 have
W. S. SULTAN
. H. T. WAYNE
Deputy U. S. Mineral Sanejor
SULTAN & WAYNE
SURVEYSASSAYS, ESTIMATES, REPORTS
Opposite P. 0., Globe
Franz Lumber Co.
Pioneer Meat Co.
Lumber, doors, windows, paints,
oils, varnishes and cement. All
kinds of builders material
Tho Iris will bo a clean, moral and
up-to-date place of amusement.
SCARLET FEVER AGAIN
BREAKS OUT IN BISBEE
After several months, during wliich
there has been only one caso of scarlot
fever reported in Bisbee, the disease
has again broken out and up to the
I'JCfiet time three now cases have been
tppoted to tho city health officer.. Just
where the infection originated is not
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Smoke the Old Reliable
La International Cigar
El Paso - - - Texas
yi Sole Agents for Douglas Cement
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cream and Bu ter
milk in any quantity and
always on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
Yards located on Railroad Street one block
west of the Court House.
Feed, Hay and Grain Stable
New Livery Rigs for Hire. We make a specialty
. of buying and selling horses and vehicles
of every kind
J. W. WALTER
Will carry on his business from
the' 1st of March in Edwards &
Neff's store. All clothbs made to
order will be made at home in
tho latest styles. Reasonable
Prices. Satisfaction guaranteed.
PASQUAL NIGRO BLOCK
Finest Family Retort in Town The Best of Service.
Short Orders Day and Night Our Specialty.
Sunday Dinners from 5 to 8 P, M.
We send out meals free of charge anywhere in Globe.
C. ARNOLD & m Props.
tells the cuuntrv.
known, but it is, thought that it was