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L -v March 30, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT "
j, Every Depart- CID CT TVT A TiniVT A I D A MI AP ri rnr?
Is prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
flient of Banlrin;
i ii w i iiauvsxiaLi DA11IV Kjr ULUDL
Page Five &9
uxton & Merritt
Have just received a
Carload of 1907
in Wall Paper
You will do well to look
into this. We have the
Finest line of Wall Pa
per ever shown here.
PRICES always RIGHT
Think Mnrkot Is About Bottomed and
Will Gradually Improvo and Take n
Swing Upward Railroad Legislation
Basing Up Some.
y We Advertise
Because we Back what we have
and we havje what we back
When we say we have the finest line of Solid Silver
Flat Ware (knives, "forks, letc.) made, you will find such
ware in our store. (Graham's Silver.)
When we advertisb our Cut Glass as being a
Wz wtitac mnrA perfect in cutting, more
brilliant .andsparklinglthan any 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 youaread 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 i you will find only high grade jewelry in our place
We advertise high grade goods
and we have high grade goods
t Does Not Pay to Advertise
Unless you can fulfill your advertisement
obc Jewelry Co.
Hollow Concrete Building Blocks
:MADE TO ORDER DIMENSIONS:
VANTAGES 0F HOLLOW CON
f construction; buildings warm
'ool (n summer, dry ventilated
and dust proof, insurance Is
"quires no p.ilnllni; or repairs.
'i be laid in the wall rnnlfly uutl
i little mortar; plastering muv
the back of the ntone navliiK
' "e from rats, mice or vermin
.inltary, resists rain and dries
He solid walls remain damp
I use the Right Process, the Right
Material and have the Right Kind 'of
Blocks, also the Right Kind of Machin
ery. Estimates on Building Promptly
Furnished. Call at
Two-story Concrete Block House, West
of Globe Lumber Yard
W S SULTAN
H. T. WAYNE
Deputy V. S Mineral Surveyor
SULTAN & WAYNE
SlJRvtYS, ASSAYS. ESTIMATES, REPORTS Opposite P. 0., Globe
W. R. NORTON Architect
Room 12, Globe Building
(IU- I. tf. Kiusoy)
GI.UBH, Mitre h 'JO. Logan & Bryan
of Now Voik say: The advance S it Cn
nudinn Pacific and pMier.nl mnrkot due
to manipulation against the shorts.
Great Northern ptoferrod with Cunn
tliau Pacific wore put up by hull trad
ers. Dow, .Ioiiom & Co. nay: Confusing
ntlvieo.s are out about strike situation.
Good results nro'oxpeetod from federal
ngonoios. Andrew Carnegie says lie de
spises Wall street Ramblers, Union Pa
oifio 's investments sinee Juno HO last
in other socirities show shrinkage in
mnrkot value of nearly $25,000,000.
Missouri Pacific, Wabash, Alton, Hock
Island, Friseo, Burlington and other
roads have combined to fight legisla
tion. Paine, Webber A Co. say: .lust as
predicted for past few days, market
was much stronger todny and Mipply of
stook smaller than any time in past
three weeks. It appears that all weak
margined accounts have been liquidated
or properly protected and urgent liqui
dation is over. .Pressure on North
llutte and Uango seined to bo off this
morning and there was good demand for
both. .Money is gradually working eas
ier. Railroad legislation is easing up
some. A largo short interest is out
standing and, taking whole situation in
hand, cannot help but feel bullish on
the situation and advise buying of good
stocks on reactions from now on.
No market tomorrow.
Allouez .. . .$ i"3.00
Amerienu-Sagiuaw J 1,00
Arizona Commercial 22.00
Butte & London 1.50
Boston Consolidated 25.00
Black Mountain ..... 5.50
Butto Coalition . 27.00
Cananea Central ...... 25.00
Copper Bange - $0.00
Calumet &. Arizona .,. ItiO.OO
Dean-Arizona .. .... 12.50
Kly . .. u - S.50
East Butte 10.50
Ornnby ...... 123.00
Hancock . ..-. . 10.25
Keweenaw - v , , 8.50
Greene Conoolidatcd . 2.1.50
North l!iutejpf 00.00
Nevada Consolidated . 14.25
Nipissing .. . 12.25
Old Dominion .., . 48.50
Osceola . , 1.12.00
Shannon ... 18.50
Superior &. Pittsburg 20.25
Utah Consolidated . . (10.50
Globe Consolidated ... 12.25
Franklin 1 18.50
Centennial -..........,.,. . .13.50
.Mohawk .. S0.00
Adventure . . ..... .1.50
Michigan .,....,.. 15.00
Greone-Cananea ... 15.50
National, bid ...... 50
wolverine t Arizona .. 2.75
Superior SL Boston ...... 2.75
Calumet A: Globe .. 2.00
Quiney . .... . .,.., 118.00
Tamarack r 110.00
Trinity . ... 24.50
Arcadian , 8.00
Queen Copper, bid , . 2'c
New York Stocks
Amalgama'ed $ SS.87
American S'nelters 1 10.87
Colorado Tool & Iron 24.75
Beading . . , ., 101.50
U. S. Steel, common .15.02
Xew York Central 1 17.50
Union Pacific 131.02
Southern Pacific w 80.75
St. Paul : 131.50
Baltimore & Ohio 07.50
Brie . .. . 24.02
Money, 4 per cont.
TO THWART DEATH '
Baltimore Doctor Suggests Use of Crim
inals as Antitoxin Factories
There should be only two unprovent
nble causes of death old age and aeei
dont. All germ diseases aro curable by nnti
toxins. Anti-toxins for nearly all diseases are
oblninanlo througlu tho use of the hu
man animal as a factory. Some are ob
tainable in no other way.
Convicted criminals should bo used
for this purpose, if they arc willing.
This is an outline of a striking argu
ment made yesterday by Dr. II. Burton
Stevenson, formerly ptosidont of tho
Baltimore County Medical association.
It was an imprcssivo statement of what
lias been accomplished by serum-therapy
or ouio by means of anti-toxin
and a prediction of what will follow in
tho near future.
"A toxin," says Dr. Stovenson, "is
the poison of a discaso germ. When
such a gorm entors tho body nature, to
combat it, provides in tho blood a sub
stance which neutralizes tho action of
tho germ's poison. This substance is
termed nn anti-toxin.
"Wo say of diphtheria that it runs
its courso in seven days, or of typhoid
fever that it runs its courso in twenty
one days. Wo mean by this that with
diphtheria it rcquiros sovon days for tho
body to form tho anti-toxin which ren
ders tho germ's poison harmless, and
with typhoid it requires twenty-one
days. By tho injection of tho anti
toxin in tho early stages of diphtheria
tho poison is counteracted at once, tho
disoaso does not have to 'run its course'
and tho attendnnt dnngers aro done
"As a result of this grent discovory
man's allotted throo-seoro -yours and
ten will soon ceaso to be a myth. The)
twentieth century medicine will make .
disease a harmless indisposition and
death by accident and old age the only
order of tho day. Surgery, electro
tlieriiiiv and tho Uoentiron iavs are
daily demonstrating the fact that hith
erto uucoiKpierablo diseases are yield
ing to tieatmont, and sorum-thernpy, i
the glittering dream of generations
gone, is becoming a reality. '
"Tho first glittering achievement of I
him tun-therapy was tho conquering ofj
the loathsome disease of diphtheria.
Tho mortality from that source was re
duced fiom 3(1 per cent to 2 per cont. I
litis wns Bearing 'h work. The treat
ment of certain forms of blood-poisoning
by auti-toxins followed. Kelapsing
fever, pneumonia, erysipelas, tubercu
losis, dysentery, tetanus, hydrophobia,
typhoid fever, plague and cholera have
all been attempted, with gratifying re
sults. .Jenner's demonstration that
smallpox -could be prevented by inocu
la Hon of eowpox and Pasteur's treat
ment for rabies arc kindled discoveries.
lneach of these cases the substance in
jected causes thti body to manufacture
the anti-toxin necessary to combat the
"The theoiy upon which scrum-the-rapy
is based has ben proved to bo
correct beyond a doubt. Tho chief dif
ftouity in the way of its more general
application is the fact that such anti
toxins as have come into common use
are obtained from the domestic ani-
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 und cleaning once
every 18 months at least, whether you
Jthink it does or not.
It needs that attention just as sure
as nn engine does to get the best re
sults. If it is neglected the oil evap
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
I Engraving, All work and new parts
1 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
F. L. JONES & SON
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE PHONE 432. RESIDENCE PHONE 433.
mals, and 'only a few of the domestic
animals are su.sccjitihlc to the d leases
which human beings -are hei rto.
"This great obstacle, however, ean
bo overcome by using the criminals in
our penitentiaries for the production of
anti-serums. A law-making tho punish
ment for eortiiiiitsrinieH optional with
the convicted imprisonment on the one
hand, inoculation with certain disease
germs on tho other would solve the
problem for all time. With the work
in the hands of experienced men, cho
sen for their medical acumen and not
by political inlluence, a human-produced
anti-toxin could bo furnished which!
would supply the medical profession for
all, or nearly all, the known diseases
duo to germs.. And it would not In1
dangerous to the subjects, either."
Baltimore Ncxvs. i
WHITIC HOUSE HOTEL
GIACOMINO & CO.
Large airy rooms, fine table serviceand
fii-bt class cafe.
Rates reasonable North Globe
The W. W. Brookner Co.
The Big Store
MONUMENTAL WORK CemS.DKirions
IRON FENCING and FINE STONE WORK
On Cemetery Gulch
Ner Central School Bullilng .
A Tillman Attack
Senator Tillman wag attacking nn of
fender who pleaded ajiypocritical and
false oxtMise. '$
'Why," he cried, "tho man is worse
than that rich coal dealer who said to
his weight elerk during n blizzard:
" 'Frank, make that ton of coal for
Bell two hundred and fifty pounds short.
Mrs. Bell is a poor delicate widow and
ho will have to carry all of it up two
nights or stairs. I don t want her to
overtax her stiength. " Haiper's
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 substantial margins
Office in Lobby of Dominion Hotel
For School Trustee
By request, J horoby announce my
self as a candidate for school trusted
District No. J; election to bo held at
schoolhouse on .March 30, 1907.
J. S. MILES.
....The Globe National Bank
OFFICERS AND DIBEOTOBS
G. S. Van Wagenen, President. . J. H. Hamill, Vice President.
Dr. W. A. Holt. A. W. Sydnor. ,
E. M. White. Fred T. Bragonier.
Patrick Boso. Fred J. Griffin.
A. G. Smith, Cashier. J. B. Todd, Asst. Cashier.
WE HAVE UNEQUAXED FACILI
TIES IN OUR NEV OFFICES FOE
TAKING CABE OF YOUB VALUA
BLE PAPERS, ETC. CALL AND AX
RANGE TO RENT ONE OF OUB
STEEL SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
OUR VAULT IS FIREPROOF.
8 - .
It will be a pleasure
To every lady in Globe to call on the
Pioneer Produce Market
today and an everlasting one if she accquires
the habit of trading there. f
The finest mountain vegetables, pure water irrigated. The.
choicest fruits, the freshest obtainable. Correct pricey
Courteous and efficient service to all. Prompt delivery.
We have the finest line of cheese, andt--but it is useless, to
enumerate, as we have the finest of everything and invite
you to call and see. You don't have to buy, just step in and
You will not forget the place
and the telephone number, or the solicitor will make the j
future easy for you to trade at .
PIONEER PRODUCE MARKET
A. M. KYLE, Manager