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DAILY ARIZON A SILVER BELT
Saturday, March 16, 8,
DR. JAS. DOUGLAS
COPPER METAL MARKET
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co,
Get a Hump on You
Globe Pinto Mining Stock going fast; better get
some before it's all gone; only a small block left
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Capital and Surplus $100,000
L. U. JtlCKBTTS D. W. WICKERSHAM T. A P.
A. T. Thomson H. S. VanGokder ' SC0E
C. E. Mh,i.h C. A. Kennedy Ph. Freudentu.
I. E. Solomon "thai
Arrives on Special Yesterday
With Dr, Ricketts Latter
Leaves Last Night
All clatnes of accounts Invited Foreign exchange at lowest r
NEW YORK, 'March lfi. Copper wns lower in Loudon and tho de
cline is believed to be the result of liquidation by speculative hold
ers. Spot closed at 10!) 0s (id and futures at 108 l'Js (id. Locally
tho market wns quiet nnd unchanged with Lake at ZTi'.MVi to 25.75;
Electrolytic at 25.12 to 25.37, and Casting nt 21.02 to 21.87.
Lead was lower. at 10 5s in London nnd unchanged at 0.00 to
0.30 in the local market.
Spelter wns unchanged at 2(5 10s in Umdon and 0.80 to 0.00 lo
Iron was unchanged in the English maiket. Standard foundry
closed at 52s Hid and Cleveland warrants at 53s 7,d. Locally un
changed. Bar silver, 07-T,. Mexican dollars, 52.
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THREE THREE-ROOMED HOUSES, FIVE TWO
ROOMED HOUSES, ONE TWO-ROOMED HOUSE,
ONE FOUR-ROOMED HOUSE AND MANY OTH
ERS. Bargains in Real Estate in All Parts of the City
$20,000 $20,000 $20,000
IN LOANS MADE DURING THE FAST WEEK,
BUT WE HAVE PLENTY MORE. WE HAVE ALL
YOU WANT; COME AND GET IT.
Prompt and Efficient Service and Above AH
A SQUARE DEAL
PHILLIPSON & HAGEN
Office hours: 8 a. in., 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
, " Brevities
W. T. Kalihur luo gono to Phoenix
to sptjnd four or fivo days on 1 nisi n est.
I). V. DeSaffery left for Los Angeles
A. P. Kopley, an El Paso lirokor, has
gone to Cannnea from Globe.
Will MacLeod, an attorney, loft for
his home nt Prescott yesterday.
W. P. Kelso3 proprietor of the Globe
livery stable, is in Tucson on busiuoss.
V. IL Lincoln of The Dimo has re
turned from a business trip to Phoe
nix. G. W. Hartman of the Buffalo Lith
ograph company of Buffalo loft Globe
yesterday for Los Angeles.
Fred Miller, a miner, has gono to visit
his mother, who is critically ill in Los
C. M. Gilmor of the New York Belt
ing & Packing company of Los An
geles, left Globe for El Paso yostorday.
Richard Stevens, who has been vis
iting his brother-in-law, Bon Gleason,
here, returned to Clifton-yesterday.
.1. L. Sparks, a conductor on the El
Paso & Southwestern, is in the city
from Douglas for a few days.
"A Kace for a Widow" will bo the
attraction at Dreamland for one night
next week. The company is booked for
Joe Logan, who fell off a step while
mining and wrenched his arm, has gone
to the county hospital for a short time.
Hu injury is not very .serious.
The Globe Concert band has leased
the old Auditorium lot on Cedar street
from .1. II. Pascoe and will erect a fine
hall on'the site.
0. D. Keppy returned last evening
from Safford, accompanied by his wife
and daughter, who will remain here
with him for some time.
Wiley E. Jones, formerly district At
torney of Graham county, who is now
practicing law at Safford. arrived in
the city last evening for a few days'
visit on business and pleasure.
Attorney l J. Elliott leavos this
morning for a several weeks' absence in
Colorado, during which he will ioin the
ranks of the benedicks at his former
home. Houldor, Colo. The customary
blowout by the Dominion bacholor corps
occurred at that hostelry last night.
Attorney Seth E. JInzznrd, head of
the legal department of the Hovlaml &
Smith mining interests, arrived in the
city last evenings accompanied by Mrs.
Huzzurd. Mr. Ilnuuird 1ms been at
tending the Shriners' festivities at
Phoonix and will roturn to Bisbee after
;i few days' stay in Globe.
See the Vic Pass and Logging Scene
at tho Iris tonight.
Watch for tho " Tennis .Girl. "
I have opened dressmaking parlors on
Cottonwood stroot, one block east now
church on old Ballground. I can ploaac
you. Call in.
i:s;i MISS NORA SCROGHAM,
Elias Spaulding, who died of con
sumption Thursday at J o'clock, will
be buried this afternoon- from the F. Lv
Jones - Son undertaking rooms.
The funoral of Martin Luchinski, who
dropped dead from heart failuro Wed
mwday morning while engaged on the
construction of the new Toombs-Butler
building, will be held tomorrow at 2
o 'clock from F. L. Jones & Son 's estab
lishment. Members of the Carpenters'
union are requested to megt at their
hall at !:.1(.
Dr. James Douglas, president of the
Old Dominion company and also the
head of the other vast Phelps Dodge in
terests, arrived in the city yesterday
forenoon on a special. Ho was accom
panied by Dr. L. D. Ricketts, general
manager of the GreoncGnnniien com
pany, the merged Greene Consolidated
and Cananea Central companies, and II.
.1. Simmons, general manager of the El
Paso & Southwestern Railway system,
owned by the Phelp", Dodge company.
Tho special was taken down to the Old
Dr. Ricketts, whose visit yesterday
was his first since ho left here last
December and since -he has become vlr
tually the guiding hand of the big
Cananea company, did not remain in
Globo long. He paid a visit to the
nunc and smelter and loft last night on
a special for El Paso with General Man
ager Simnmns. From there Dr. Rick
etts will go to Chicago on business for
the Grcenc-Cnnnnea. The special left
here at 0 o'clock.
Dr. Ricketts was seen by a Silver
Belt representative at Manager Sim
moils' private cur San Pedro last night
The former superintendent of Old Do
minion still has a warm spot in his
heart for Globe nntl its chief producei
and while ho has been always a firm be
liever in tho future of the Old Domin
ion, he was more than pleased at what
he saw, both above and below ground,
in his hurried inspection yesterday. The
immenes strike of high grade sulphide
on the 14th level did not surprise th?
doctor, as he has always maintained
that the ore was there and would be
reached in due time, but he was novel
theless greatly gratified at tho strike.
He expressed himself as more than sat
isfied with recont developments and pie
dieted the best was yet to come, bth
for Old Dominion and Globe.
A sure euro for bluos, "Tennis Girl.
Lot us invito you to make your
"waiting" headquarters at Barrett's
drug store. There's always a clinir and
a oheer for you there.
All your friends are going to The
Dime; join them.
In tho Folice Courts
Richard Kearns disturbed the peace
and was brought before the justice of
the same. Five dollnrs wrc thereupon
separated from him.
T. E. Knnrad knocked out everybody
between Bankers Garden and Keegan's
Thursday night, which diversion cost
him .fitf in Justice Thomas' court.
In the suit of Mary Hillmnii vs. J.
II. Pitzpatrick in Judge Thomas' juris
diction, judgment was rendered in favor
of plaintiff for restitution of premises.
Notice of appeal was given.
Sewing mnchines for rent or salo at
Singer store in Trust building, next to
telegraph otlice. Hi
Misses Hord and Wright Entertain
The Misses Hord and Wright were
hostesses on Friday evening nt the
residenco of Mrs'. Long nt one of the
prettiest of tho series of functions re
cently hold for the J. G. C. club. The
Misses Hord and Wright entertained
with a St. Patrick's party. The sham
rock motif was prottily carried out in
decorations and refreshments, the menu
consisting of Murphy salad, Parnell
sandwiches,. Quqcn Mali jelly with Dub
lin cream, shamrock cakes and Irish
The first prise in a frog molding con
test in honor of the good saint's
achievement for the Emerald Isle, was
awarded to Miss Pcmberton, Miss Pat
ton receiving the consolation prize. Es
pecially invited guests of Misses Hord
and Wright were Mesdanies Rounder.
ami Holdsworth and .Misses Rowena
Hord, Long, Van Wagenen, Scrogham
Tho "Tennis Girl" is coming.
. The First National bank will be
pleased to hand you one of their beau
tiful calendars if you will will for one.
KELLY REALTY CO.
Improved and unimproved property in all
parts of Globe.
Choice Business property on Broad St.
Screeching comedy, "Rescued in Mid
Air," at the Iris tonight.
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Sewing Circle Entertained
Mrs. J. Harvey Harris entertained the
members of the J'riscilla Sewing Circle
Thursday afternoon at her home on Hill
street. The afternoon was very pleas
antly passed and tempting refreshments
were served, the table, at which covers
were laid for twelve, being adorned
with cut flowers.
Go to the Opera House Confectionery
for your shamrocks. 133
See the Ute Pass and Logging Scene
at the Iris tonight.
Whatever the outcome of the present
crisis, the old regime absolutism pure
and simple is passing, one might al
most say has passed, never to return;
the change from autocracy to repre
sentative government, however limited,
brought about by manifestntinos of vio
lence, duo to tho utter breakdown of
czarism at home nnd abroad, doos in
fact connote a revolution, though tho
emperor's" head is still on his shoulders
and the Winter Palace nnsac.ked. Tho
MONEY TO LOAN
HOUSES FOR RENT
INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS
KELLY REALTY CO.
The "Tennis Girl" is about duo.
Preparing for a Pleasant .Time
"Arc you making any plans "for next
summer 1 "
"Yes," replied Mrs. Subbubs, "we
have eaten all of our chickens, my hus
band has promised not to try to do any
gardening, and we havo sold our cow,
so we really feel that we are justified
in hoping to be able to pull through
without any serious trouble."
"You point with pride to the fact
that you were never investigated."
"Certainly," answered Senator Sor
ghum. "It shows that J havo not boon
careless. ' 'Washington Star.
uuiy wun a very inlinrinonious
voice attempted to sing a piece entitled
"The Tempest." A sea captain' re
marked: "Don't be alarmed; it is not
a tempest; it's only a squall, and will
soon blow over." Exchange
Hotel Arrivals Yostorday
At the Dominion: A. S. Johnston,
Los Angeles; II. .! Adler. Chicago; Wi
ley Jones, Safford; Seth E. Hazzard and
wife, Bisbee; C. D. Keppy and wife,
Safford; E. V. Stebbins, Philadelphia r
W. .1. Gilchrist, Cleveland; G. F.
At tho Kinney House: .1. L. Sparks,
Douglas; F. HroVir? Boston; A. W.
Sf leeching comedy, "Rescued in Mid
Ur," at the Iris tonight.
We all wait for "Tennis Girl."
Wed Last Evening
Walter W. Kyle, a well known resi
dent of Globe, was united in marriage
last evening to Miss Annie L. Adams,
the ceremony being performed at the
Baptist parsonage by Rev. W. ,T. Dur
ham. The biido came here about a
month ago from Tcxasjto visit her sis
ter. Mr, and Mrs. Kxlc will make their
homo on the Bnllgro'uiul, where Mr.
Kyle has recently erected a new residence.
See the Ute Pass and Logging Scene
at the Iris tonight.
Who is all right? "Tenuis Girl."
Uoda Club Meets
The Poda club, the latest card club
in Globe society, met for the first time
Thurj'dny evening at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. W. L. Spates, where the mem
bers were entertained by Mrs. Spates
and Miss Santee. Whist. was the game
and the best players proved to be F. E.
Wales and 'Mrs. Spates, who were
awurded the prizes. Those piesent were
Mr. and Mis. Clarence P. Jacobs, Mr.
and Mrs. F. E. Wales, Dr. nnd Mrs.
Spates, Dr. and Mrs. Caler, Miss
Blanche Solomon of Solomonville, Miss
Webb, Miss Santee, Miss McKenzio and
Messrs. Howard Wayne, J. Weinberger.
Robert Boyd and Dr.' Sturgeon. The
next meeting of tho club will occur
next Thursday evening when Miss Me
Kenzie and Miss Webb will enterta'ii
at the home ol Mrs, Sullenberger.
Hear Keith sing "Good Old V. S.
A." at the Iris tonight.
A dollar's worth of fun for fen cents
at The Dime.
Tho "Tennis Girl's" first visit.
Realty Transfers Yesterday
I'd Price and Ellen P., his wife, to J.
E. Williams, lot 5, block !); consider
Morris Catlin to A. Green, 57xll2
feet in block 10; consideration .$200.
'Dr. M. D. Thomas, the eye specialist,
has concluded to stay in Globo until
Aptil 15. The Di. fits glasses and a fit
giiaiautced. Money back if yon are not
satisfied. Will call any part of tho city.
Telephone 731 or stop white team.
If you are lost follow anybody; you
will bring up at Tho Dime.
The "Tennis Girl" is a peacherlno.
The Fraternal Brotherhood will give
a basket social in Miners' hall the even
ing of March 15. 132
Hear Keith sing "Good Old V, S,
A." at the Tm tonight.
Elks Minstrels Coming
The advent of a first-class blackface
minstrel show nt Dreamland is hailed
with lively anticipation about town.
Jack Ross while in El Paso recently,
nrranged with the Elks entertainment
organization there to sliow.at Globe
April 17 with its prime galaxy of twen
ty comedians, singers, danceis and tal
Remember, ypur money back. if for
any lenson you want it when you get
glasses from Dr. Thomas.
Wait for the "Tennis Girl."
Jlear Keith sing "Good Old IT. S.
A." at the Iris tonight.
Try Melrose Rye if you want
something extra lino; splendid for med
icinal purposes and as pure a brand as
can be had anywhere. Bankers' Garden.
"Tennis Girl" will make you feel
I am now prepared to do to your satis
Work of Every Charactor
Fay G. MacConnell
Room 2 Trust Building
THE SOLOMON-WICKERSHAM CO.
DOMINION HOTEL -Finest Hostlery in the Southwest -80 Rooms -All
Modern Conveniences and the Best of Service
Real Estate Bargains
$550, $250 DOWN, BALANCE TIME, BUYS LOT
AND TWO BOOM HOUSE, GOOD LOCATION.
$800, f iOO OA8H, BALANCE TIME, BUYS NICE
HOME ON BALLOKOUND.
TIVE BOOM HOUSE, NICELY FURNISHED, GOOD
LOT, PINE LOCATION, TO" BE SOLD AT A BAR
RAILROAD ADDITION LOTS, EASY TERMS. IF
YOU ABE SEEKING GOOD BARGAINS IN HOMES
OB LOTS GIVE US A CALL. OUB DEALS ARE
STRAIGHT, OUB 'BARGAINS GOOD.
HOUSES TO SELL ON INSTALLMENTS
HOME INVESTMENT CO,
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I Globe Commercia
Open an account with us today I
We will credit you!
Our losses, due to our liberal credit policy, are prac
You don't hava to pay for any losses.
Our prices are right.
Our goods are fresh. J
We guarantee erery article we sell.
Monoy back for tho asking.
DON'T YOU THINK
You had better come with us.
We will surely please youl
Homo of "IBIS" Coffee.
"BARRINGTONHALL" Coffee (the
steel cut kind).
"CASINO" Canned Goods.
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Wall Paper, Paints
We carry a Complete Line of Wall Paper,
Ready-mixed Paints, Varnishes and Brushes
We will paper, paint or tint your house fqr
you at the lowest possible figures. If you
have any work in our line, do not fail to see
us before having it done. If you cannot
call, phone us, and we will call on you
SATISFACTION IS OUR MOTTO
Telephone 372 1
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Next to the Post Office
"Vour husband says ho would walk
on hot ploughshares for. you, Mrs.
Luckie," said an ouvious neighbor.
"Yes, because ho knows he doesn't
havo to," responded tho wife, bitterly.
"But just woteh his cxnrossinn hniMniMn
I ask him to bring up a scuttle of coal."
Carpets, Matting, Rugs,
Now is the time of the year for the' house
cleaning and buying new carpets. 'Jgfr
Now when you buy a carpet you want it
TO WEAR, TO FIT AND TO LOOK WELL
Our carpets fill these wants. All wool shrunk
yarn, pure dyes, cheerful patterns, such as will
make even the old furniture look much better.
We understand carpeting, and can cut and
fit any shape room.
Two Doors Nonh of Dominien Hotel
STILL DOING A BUSHING BUSINESS. AMONG
THE NEW MOVING PICTURES ABE A BOARING
COMEDY," "RESCUED IN MID AlB" AND A"UTE
PASS" AND 'LOGGING SCENE" WHICH WDLL
TAKE YOU 02J A TRIP AMONG THE BIG TREES.
EDWARD B. KEITH, WHOSE BARITONE VOICE
IS MAKING A HIT-NIGHTLY, SINGS "GOOD OLD
U.S. A. "AND "GOOD NIGHT, BELOVED, GOOD
NIGHT." IT YOU DO NOT ENJOY HEARING
FINE SINGING AND SEEING SPLENDID PIC
TUBES, STAY AWAY.
GENERAL i - . RESET
ADMISSION IpG HL SEATS
DOORS 8.15 0PEN
DOORS 7.15 QPEN
Phone in your want ads. Main 231.