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?ld(1. March 29, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
n Every Depart- IITJ CT
meat of Banking " UXO 1
NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
Is prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
, r f-
Have just received a
Carload of 1907
in Wall Paper
Yoa will do well to look
into this. We have the
Finest line of Wall Pa
per ever shown here.
PRICES always RIGHT
First Timo for Many Days the Markot
Has Closed With a Firm Tone Butto
Minors Accept Wage Scale No Mar
y We Advertise
Because we back what we have
and we have what we back
When we say we have the finest line of Solid Silver
Flat Ware (knives, forks, etc.) made, you will find such
ware in our store. (Graham's Silver.)
When we advertise our Cut Glass as being a
little whiter, more perfect in cutting, more
brilliant and sparkling thanany you have
ever seen, you realize it is so when you see
it. We have 5 barrels coming this month.
Punch Bowls, Champagne sets and numerous
other beautiful pieces. (Hawke's Cut Glass.)
When you read our ad stating that-our jewelry, (Rings,
Lockets. Brooches, etc..) are high-grade articles, not 8k
stamped 14k (which is done more often than people re
alize you will find only high grade jewelry in our place
We advertise high grade goods
and we have high grade goods
Does Not Pay to Advertise
Unless you can fulfill your advertisement
(ll,v I. N. Kinsoy)
(U.OISK, MhwIi US. Logan & Bryan
of Now Y.uvk sny; Stocks ntli'd firm
lint quiet today. The volume of busi
ness was litfht I'omparativoly, but buy
ing was of good I'linrnt'tcr mo far as
wo could hpo. Money was u shado oas
ior today, Do not expect much of a
rise, however, until along in April. Tho
Bank of England rate unchanged. Lou
don expects improved monov conditions
in April. Krie has mndo provisions for
all notes maturing in the near future.
London expects New York to socuro
large proportion of 800,000 pounds ster
ling available in open market on Tues
day. Paine, Webber & Co. of Boston say:
Mnrket opened stronger today and held
its gain pretty well throughout tlio ses
sion. Looks as if stocks weakly held
have been pretty well liquidated and
that market is in better shnpo for sharp
rise than has been for past three weeks.
Metal market, notwithstanding manipu
lation in Loudon, is as strong ns ever,
and we believe the good dividend pavers
J are a purchase around this lovel. Money
should rulo easier after April 1. Boston
and New York exchange will be closed
lAllouez $ 52.00
I Arizona Commercial "1.00
1 Butte A London ,. 1.50
Black Mountain ..,.... 5.50
I Butte Coalition ...... 25.25
Cnnanca Central . 22.50
Copper Iiange . 77.37
Calumet & Arizona .. 157.00
Daly-West .....,, 15.50
Denn-Arizonn m.. 13.00
Kly :. S.75
Kast Butte : 10.50
Granby .... 120.00
Hancock w 10.00
Keweenaw .... S.50
Greene Consolidated ..... -.. 22.25
North Butte ,........'-.. S5.50
Nevada Consolidated .. .. J3.50
Nipissing .......... 11.75
Old Dominion ... 47.00
Osceola .-.. 129.00
Shannon !....,. 17.50
Shattuck ". . 32.00
Superior &. Pittsburg . 10.50
Utah Consolidated .... ..... 58.00
j Globe Consolidated - , 12.50
Franklin '. ,. 17.00
i Centennial . 31.00
i Mohawk .. .-.Jjfc 70.25
! Michigan - .jfp- 14.00
i Adventure .. 3.50
I Nntional .t.t .- '.50
i Grcene-Cnnnnea, bid L 15.00
Wolverine & Arizona, asked - 0.75
li. S. & A , 1 9.75
Helvetia .. L-. 3.00
Superior & Boston .".. 2.02
Calumet & Globe J., ', ' 2.00
Queen Copper, bid ........ 2Vic
Keystone, bid " 1.75
Inspiration, asked . .40
Globe-Arizona, asked .. .40
New York Stocks
Amalgamated $ 85.87
American Smelters '. 115.87
Colorado Fuel & Tron 33.50
U.S. Steel, common 34.25
i New York Central ... ... 1 15.75
; Pennsylvania ,.....,..... .. 121.00
Cnion Pacific ,. 131.12
Southern Pacific 78.87
St. Paul 128.75
AtcliiKon .i .......... 87.02
Baltimore & Ohio ........ 95.75
Krjo '. ., 21.00
Money, 3 per cent.
Skating every afternoon and evening
I Storago room phone 001.
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Concrete Building Blocks
:MADE TO ORDER DIMENSIONS
""VANTAGES OF HOLLOW CON
i "i ,' ' " "' conutroctt on: buildings warm
.,'' e"l In summer, dry ventilated
Ch-, r,(' and dust proof; iiuurance 1
i"..fcP relures no paintlint or repairs
fo.V ' '" belaid In tho wall rapidly and
if ii " ""l l,t,le mortar plaMerliiK nmv
'ithi ",n ,he oack of ,ne itone. savltiB
Df.." , ' Pe 'rom rati, mlco or vermin.
iii iiihtv pnuiuTD ruin itwi nrinu
1 lule wiltu' walls remain damp
I use the Right Process, the Right
Materia ana nave tne kiqm Kind or,
Blocks, also the Right Kind of Machin
ery. Estimates on Building Promptly
Furnished. Call at
Two-story Concrote Block House, West
of Globe Lumber Yard
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H. T. WAYNE
Deputy l S Mineral Surveyor
SULTAN & WAYNE
SURVEYS, ASSAYS, ESTIMATES, REPORTS
Opposite P. O., Globe
Room 12, Globe Building
Stuyvesant Fish ou Eoosovelt
What is believed to be a premeditated
attack on President Koosovelt and tho
federal administration generally was
made this evening by Stuyvesant Fish,
George .1. Gould's new partner in the
Missouri Pacific. Mr. Pish came here to
doliver on address before tho students
of finnnco in the Univorsity of Penn
sylvania, and took for his subject,
"Faith Is tho .Basis of Finance." There
was nothing startling in tho address of
Fish, but afterward ho made it known
that ho would say a few things to nows
paper men. Ho began by assorting that
the people need not regard conditions
,an wrong because of an occasional flurry
""it jthe stock market, but ho assorted
condftionswonld be made grievously
wrong by an unsound point of view in
the White Hoiwo.
"What is your cstimnte of Prcsidont
Koosovelt?" was asked.
"What is my estimate of Theodoio
Koosovelt J" ho repeated. "Well, I have
known him sinco ho was a toddler so
He bent his six feet three to indicate
tho height of n two-year-old child.
"Boy nnd man," he continued, "The
odore Koosovolt has been unsteady, but
nlways well meaning."
"Has his administration mot with
"Not wholly. Ho has in too marked
a degreo tho characteristics of all the
Koosovolts, Tho fablo of Jupiter and
tho packs illustrntes what I meau. You
will remember that tho god divided tho
burdens of a too important mortal. In
front of tho man ho suspended a basket
in which ho placed tho faults of all
Other men. In a knapsack upon tho
man's shoulders ho placed the man's
own faults. So it is with the presi-
dent. Ho can seo tho faults of every
one clue, but none of his own,"
"Even with the faults you have just
named, is ho not the best man for the
"JSro; I know others just as well
meauiug, just .as brave, who have more
dtscrotion, who are far jnoro steady and
"What would you suggest as tho fu
ture cureer of tho president?"
"That would bo large! What Mr.
Koosovelt wishes it to be."
This estimate by the man who was
"bounced" from the presidency of tho
Illinois Central by Edward H. llarri
imin as unceremoniously ns though he
had boon a $3-a-week ollice boy, was
given after an address to the students
of tho University of Pennsylvania in
the Wharton School of Eiua.iico yestcr
da yafternoon. Philadelphia dispatch
to New Vork Press.
Kat Weighs 280 Pounds
The newest specimen at the Bronx park
zoo is a capybara, which was on show
yesterdayt Imagine a rat weighing 280
pounds, with a huge head, an upper lip
a foot long nnd close-set eyes, nrtll one
has an idea. of the beast. He is tho
largest of the rodent tribe and has
harsh, coarse hair, more Jike bristles
thau fur. This hair is mixed with
black and yellow, of dingy appearance.
In his native haunts tho enpybara has
a huge, fat stomach, "which almost drags
on the ground. He is a water loving
animal and can dive and stay under for
eight or ten minutes at a time. The
jaguar of South America preys upo.u
tho eupybara and the Indians kill him
for his flesh, whk-h, when smoked, is
said to be as delicious ns a Watkins
brand Kentucky ham, although it has
a certain musky flavor. The capybara
makes a sound, when alarmed, somewhat
between a dog's Hark and a pig's grunt.
Ho was once called tho hydroehoerus,
or water hog, and lives on a vegetable
diet. Now York World.
They were old friends, but they hadn't
met in man, many ycais;
And the tide of life had hurried ou,
with its joys and hopes und fears;
But both the women had mot a.t latt,
old playmates once again,
They talked of girlhood's dreams, now
past, aud its buoyant hopes, now
"Oh, Kate," said Madge, "you're not
tljp same; you've lost your charm
You've lost your pretty, rosy checks;
you've lost your form of grace.
Your chestnut hair has turned to gray,
your lips have lost their red;
All things have changed and soon our
day will turn to night instead."
"Dear one," Kate said, "I've nothing
lost, for hero's my head of brown,
On Lillie's head, my oldest born, and
Bes has not n fjowu
On her sweet face, that s just like mine
of twenty years agone,
While Lillie's blue eyes dance and
shine like sunlight in the morn.
Mino shone in just the selfsame way
whun you, dear, saw me last,
And Lillian's lips are just as red as
mine in days Jong past.
No, no, my dear; I've nothing lost;
my life Is on the wane;
My children have my own youth cost;
in thorn J live again."
Agnes Orner, Globe, Ariz..
Kead the Silver Holt; always up to
date and newsy.
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Everything comes to tho man who
pays spot cash.
Clothes do not mako tho man or tho
JIow the henpecked man does crow
when he is awayrom homo!
Many a girl who has mischief in her
eyes has goodness in her heart.
When the lid is ou tight some men
havo an excuso for being sober.
Matrimony is a kind of dynamite
used to explode the theories of bach
elors, Were it impossible to speak anything
but the truth wo would havo but few
friends. Chicago News.
inumjp cxclnimcd the
I wouldn't lot him go
A young niitjiiin of Baltimore, upon
entering her nursory, found her j-oung-est
"Why, whaf's the matter with Har
ry f" she asked tho, nurse
"lies mad, mum
nurse, "because X woulun't Jot lum go
to tho Simmonses' across tho strate."
"And why wouldn't you let him go,
"Because, mum, thcy'ro hnvin' char
ades, so I said, an ' I wasn 't sure wheth
er he's had them or not." Harper's
Summoning up tho Symptoms
"There are clouds bofore my eyes,
doctor, and a roaring like distant thun
der in my ears. What do you supposo it
"Uni-m-m, Do you feol a chill as if
tho temperature had suddenly fallen?"
"Do you notice a cold diaft as if the
wind had risen f"
"Tlioro, put that in your mouth."
"Wh-what is it, doctor?"
"It's a barometer. You'ro threat
ened with a brain storm."
"We live in exacting times."
"One must doliver tho goods and yet
not bo caught with, them. "
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He Missed tho Familiar Racket
The Chicngo ninn who usually sleeps
late awoko at 7:30 in tho morning and
remained awake. In vain ho batted his
pillow and counted sheep. Ho scorned
to miss something familiar. It struck
him that tho air was painfully quiet.
But when ho aroso and picked up his
morning paper tho mystery stood re
vealed. "Here it is! " he cried and then rend
tho item aloud: ''Eight hundred boiler
makers went on strlko yesterday afternoon."
DR. P. B. CALER
Office over Palace Pharmacy
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office Rooms, 5-7-9 Trust Building
Office Phono Main 1841
Residence, Dominion Hotel
GEO. J. STONEMAN
Attorney At Law
Office in the Butler Building
GLOBE, - - ARIZONA
Fay G. MacConnell
Work of Any Character
Room 2, Trust Building, OLOBE, ARIZ.
Hotel. Dominion Phone 13-11
Office: ROOMS 1-3 TRUST BUILDING
GEORGE K. FRENCH
NOTICE TO THE LADIES OF GLOBE
MRS. HENRY REED
Has opened her elegant parlors for hair
dressing, shampooing and facial mas
sago in tho new Toombs building, where
sho will be pleased to demonstrate her
first-class opportunities for giving the
ladles of Globo efficient treatment. Call
and bo convinced.
W. L. DECKER
VETERINARY SURGEON AND
Office: Sbute's Livery Stable.
Rooms 7 and 8. P. O. Bldg. Phone 1241
QUICK SERVICE, MEALS
AND SHORT ORDERS A
SPECIALTY. IN REAR
OF STAG SALOON : : :
SHORTY and JIM
IS YOUR WATCH IN GOOD ORDER?
When was it oiled and cleaned last?
It needs oiling and cleaning once
every 18 months at least, whether you
think it does of not.
It needs that attention just as sure
as an engine does to get the best re
sults. If it is neglected the oil evaD
orates and a friction is set up that is
destructive of the fine mechanism.
We do nothing but expert Watch Re
pairing, Jewelry Repairing and Hand
Engraving, All work and new parts
furnished guaranteed for ono year and
charges are most reasonable.
Also carry a full and complete line of
Jewelry and Optical Goods.
O. R. FEIST, the Jeweler
At Ryan's News Stand
WHITE HOUSE HOTEL
GIACOMINO & CO.
Large airy rooms, fine table serviceand
first class cafe.
Rates reasonable North Globe
F. L JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE PHONE 432.
RESIDENCE PHONE 433.
The Globe Hardware Co.
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
MONUMENTAL WORK CemS.DS,ions
IRON FENCING and FINE STONE WORK !
On Cemetery Gulch
Near Central School Building
' Dealers in listed and unlisted securities
Quotations from Neyr York, Boston and Duluth by quick wire service
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins
Office in Lobby of Dominion Hotel
....The Globe National Bank.,..
OFFIOEES AND DIEEOTOES
O. S. Van Wagenen, President.-
Dr. W. A. Holt. -- '" "
E. M. White.
A. Q. Smith, Cashier.
J. H. JHamill, Vice President.
A. W. Sydnor.
Fred T. Bragonier.
; Fred' J. Griffin.
J. E. Todd, Asst. Cashier.
WE HAVE UNEQUALBD FACjtl
TOSS IK OUE KE.S OFFICE 10
TAtfiNa OAEE OF YOD VAEtfA
BWB PAPEES, ETC. CALL AHI AB
EANOE TO EENT ONE OF OUE
STEEL SAFETY DEPOSIT BOZM.
OUE VAULT IS FDJUEPEOOF.
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