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Friday. March 15, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
SS73S FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
Is prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
F. L JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE PHONE 432. RESIDENCE PHONE 433.
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
Room 12, Globe Building
ALL TO PIECES
Stocks Arc Thrown at Any Prico Fall
ing Oft of Twonty .Points in Somo
Issues No Kecovory at Proaont Now
Seems to Bo in Sight.
Owner of Mino in Big Bug District
Steps from Bucket onto Ladder at
Top of Shaft, which Breaks and Sends
Him Crashing to the Bottom.
Have just received a
Carload of 1907
The Globe Hardware Co.
M3 - II i lllllill III I I 11 mm unman
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You will do well to look
into this. We have the
Finest line of Wall Pa
per ever shown here.
PRICES always RIGHT
Lend Us Your Ear
Do you want a Dia
mond? Does your girl
want a Diamond? Of
course you do, so does your
girl, but you probably
think you can't afford to
wear one, or it is extrav
agance. You can afford it and it is
If you wish you may pick out a Dia
mond Ring, Brooch, Scarf Pin or Stud, we
we will lay it aside for you and it can. be
paid for by the week or month.
t If you wish to dispose of a diamond pur
chased from us we will give you within 10
per cent of what you pay for it within 1 yr.
At the expiration of 2
years we will give you
exactly what you pay
You will laugh when
you realize how easy it
is to keep from being
H T. WAYNE
Deputy V. S. Mineral Survejor
SULTAN & WAYNE.
ASSAYS. ESTIMATES, REPORTS Opposite P. 0., Globe
(lty I. X. Kinsoy)
OLOBK, Muryh M. Loyan A: IJryiin
of Now York say: Today's stock mar
ket was a lumindur of tlio famous May
0. Stocks wtuo sold oil a terriflii scale,
with very little support in ovitlonuo.
Beam have situation completely in
thoir control and in "absence of news
calculated to stimulate hotter feeling
market has declined in most eases to
lowest levels for some years. Strength
in money had very bad elYect and recent
agitation against corporations caused
many holders to liquidate. Market
closed at lowest lovel of the day with'
no apparont sign of recovering.
Paine, Webber & Co. of Boston; say:
Mnrkot was worst panic, in memory of
old inhabitants. Stoetis wero thrown
over in all directions and theie was no
suport. Does not soem possible for
tomorrow to pass without some failures
but they ought to clear the air. Good
stocks look cheap, but they must bo
paid for in full. Advise buying them.
Alloucz . $ 50.00
Arizona Commercial 21.00
Butte X London .. 2.00
Boston Consolidated 1 22.37
Bingham .....'....., 18.75
Black Mountain 0.00
Butte Coalition, asked . 24.00
Canauea Central.. t 22.00
Copper Range . t - 73.50
Calumet & Arizona . 102.00
Denn Arizona, asked ......,.
Greene Consolidated . . ..
Nevada Consolidated ......
Old Dominion ....
hnuuou . .
Superior fc Pittsburg
Ptah Consolidated ..".,
Warren, asked .....
Globe Consolidated,nsko,d "..
Franklin, asked ,.. .
Superior & Boston
ZI I I
Jewelry Co. I
f11 tTgttiingiiMiBj jai-BwriTiirtMiiiiir''it;Timi"ir iff " imnmi'i"ini'3KMaa"fg
Calumet & Globe ;. ".... 2.37
Qnincy , , 115.50
Tamarack ...... 110.00
Trinity . 20.00
Vrcadian - 5.75
New York Stocks
Amalgamated - $ 81.00
American Smoltcrs 113.00
Colorado Pnol &. Iron - 30.00
Reading - 02.50
P. S. Steol, common . 34.12
New York Central 112.00
Pennsylvania -. 115.50
Union Pacific 124.50
Southern Pacific . 70.50
St. Paul -. 125.25
Baltimore & Ohio 00.50
llrie . - 28.50
Money, 10 per cent.
Screeching comedy, "Rescued in Mid
Sir," at the Iris tonight.
Because tlio ladder he giasped broke
under-his weight as he stepped from the
top of a bucket in the shaft of tlio New
Year mine at McCnbe, lloury N. Thar
sing, a prominent mine owner of the
Big Bug district", fell one hundred feet
to instnnt death, his skull being crushed
and a number of bones in his body bro
Tlmrsing, who was employed as foro
man of the mine, in company with A.
C. Walker, was engaged in putting the
shaft in shapo for large operations, and
had been working at tho bottom of the
shaft, which is 380 feet deop.
After completing their work on the
lower lovel the two got on tho bucket
and gave the signal tu be hoisted. Thoy
wero lifted a fow tect above tho 200
foot level, when they gave the engineer
the signal to stop, wishing to make
some ropaiis to tho shalt and bell rope
at that point.
Thauing ,wn riding on the bell rope
side of the bucket, and Walker on the
opjiosite side. When the bucket stopped
at the 200-foot lovel, Tharsing stopped
otf and grabbed the ladder, a section
of which broke under liis weight, let
ting him fall to the station lloor on
tho 300-foot level.
Walker, hearing the crash of splin
tered timbers, turned just in time to
see the body of his unfortunate com
panion shoot down the shaft, the broken
pieces of ladder still grasped in his
hands. Tim former immediately gave
the engineer tho signal to be lowered,
but when he reached tho victim of the
accident Tharsing was beyond human
aid, his skull having been crushed, like
Finest rooms in the city.
Everything new, ratss
reasonable and special
inducements offered to
by the month
E. T. GREEN
Carpenter and Builder
P. O. Box 976 Res. Pioneer Dairy
See the Ute Pass
at the Iris tonight.
and Logging Scene
Nature Cures Many Diseases
"Oil workers 'are never bald. Visit
our oil regions or those of Russia, ex-
amino the workmen's haid;it ia soft
and thick and glossy. J'or petroleum
cures incipient baldness, and if your
hair is thinning rub some in. Never
mind the smell. It will do you good."
Tho speaker, a druggist, went on ear
nestly: "Shepherds enjoy remarkable health.
Tho odd odor of a sheop-seems to drivo
away disease, bheep aro especially gooil
for whooping cough. Jn the sheep coun
try, -when a child taken whooping cough
it is the custom for the niothor to put
it to play among the sheep, and the next
day it is well."
"The men and women who work
among lavenda'r, gathering it or distill
ing it, nover hnvo neuralgia or nervous
headaches. Lavondor, moreover, is as
good as a sea voyage for giving tone, to
the system. Run down persons often
work for nothing in lavender plants in
order to build thenicslves up.
"Salt miners can wear summer cloth
ing in blizzard weather without fear of
catching cold, for colds are unknown
among salt workers.
"Breweries and tanneries and print
ing ink factories bar 'out consumption.
Turpentine works and rope walks bar
out rheumatism. Copper minesbar out
typhoid." New Orleans Times-Democrat.
QUICK SERVICE, MEALS
AND SHORT ORDERS A
SPECIALTY. IN REAR
OF STAG SALOON : : :
Hear Koith sing "flood Old U. S.
A." at the Iris tonight.
SHORTY and JIM
Finest of -service and all
the delicacies of season
SPECIALTY OF SHORT
HOP, YET & CO., BROAD ST.
Next to McDonnough's
O. R. FEIST
His Narrow Escape
Mr. Ferguson, two of whose down
town friends had just dined with him,
had taken them into tho library for a
"T must tell you a good one on my
wife," he said. "She's boon roasting
me because 1 look at the headlines in
the papers onco in a while to sco if
anything important is happening in the
Thaw trial. Well, the other afternoon,
while the gill was away, sho put a pan
of biscuits in the oven to bake, and
ivliiln aim wild w.titinir tthn nicked mi a
paper and began to read tho stuff her
self. She got so interested in it thnt
she let tho bisenits "
At this moment Mrs. Ferguson came
into the library for a book.
"And the joke of it was," continued
Mr. Ferguson; without a moment's
pause, "that they found tho cow next
morning in a forty-acre lot."
"Ha! hal ha!" roared the guests,
laughing till the tears fan down thoir
cheeks but not at the story. Chicago
Among tile other compensating hard
ships of our army expansion is that
which compels general staff officers to
have eleven suits of uniform, five caps,
a special trunk and five pairs of shoes.
A new brigadier general had to spend
$i()0 for his outfit, not' including any
field uniform. To modify tho. historic
phrase, "This is glorious, but still it is;
not war." Boston Herald. I
and all Other Precious Stones
....Ryan's Book Store....
Rooms 7 and 8.
Bldg. I'hono 1241
HAVE A NEW AND
and in fact everything in
the Hardware Line
at the right prices
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.
The Globe Hardware Co.
The W. W. Brookner Co.
The Big Store
THREE NIGHTS BEGINNING
WHITE HOUSE HOTEL
Large airy rooms, fine, table service and
first class cafe.
Rates reasonable North Globe
Telephone 62 Globe, Arizona
MONUMENTAL WORK CemSiDS,ions
IRON FENCING and FiNE STONE WORK
On Cemetery Gulch
Near Central School BulUInc
TRY THE NEW FIRM
Dealers in Groceries and Provisions
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos, Etc.
Everything Reliable and Endorsed by Pure Food Law
' 0, Bo;ai ou icii MnnvMt Rlrfn.. Globe. Arizona
j -"'i-iiiune laii ,,,w. ...... D-, . x
; np,' quiokly in heated
Give her plenty of
Tlio Parvenu's Bad Grammar
Yes, "money talks," but moit of it
Is made in such a hurry,
It hasn't time to care a whit
Tor poor old Lindloy -Murray.
The Catholic Standard and Timed,
See tho Uto I'.'ihs and Logging Scone
at thorns tonight.
Big Turtle on Her Lino
Mih. A'. L. Cordon of New Vork has
quit fishing at Miami Springs simply
because she wns too successful. Sho
was in a boat upset by a shark last
week and was barely rescued, and today
sho had an encounter with n Dig tur
tle. After the shark incident Mrs. Con
don ,hnd refused to get into if boat and
had tUhod instead from a dock. Sho
wns seated in a big chair at tho edge
of tho )Wk this morning when thoro
came a tremendous yank on her line,
which waiJIsstsued to her chair. Tho
chair went into fho ocean, and sho
caught a railing anu'soved horsolf. Cap
tain William Diesch of Now York fol-
1 tho chair and
lound green tu'rl
lowed tho chair and untied a twenty
owou mo cunir ana unueu a iwoiuy-
six poumt green iuriic,tue nrst 01 its
Rort ever caught hero. St. Augustine
dispatcli to New York Times.
Screeching comedy, "Ke.v.ued in Mid
Air," at tho ins tonight.
I. N. KINSEY, Incorporated
Dealers in listed and unlisted securities
Quotations from New York, Boston and Duluth by quick wire service
Listed stocks carried on suDstanuai margins
Office in Lobby of Dominion Hotel
Program changes Sunday
Prices 15c, 25c, 35c,50c
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....The Globe National Bank....
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
O. S. Van Wagenon, President.
Dr. W. A. Holt.
E. M. Whtto.
A. a. Smith, Cashier.
J. H. Hamill, Vice President. '
A. W. Sydnor. j?
Fred T. Bragonier. 7
Fred J. Qriffln. f
V&. E. Todd, Aset. Cashier.
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