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Saturday, March 30, J
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE in the best and strongest companies.
IN REAL ESTATE the best bargains in improved and
FOR RENT, a ten room boarding and rooming house.
MONEY TO LOAN
On short or long time to suit your con
venience. A Guaranteed Contract. No Ifs,
No Buts, in other words, No Building and
Loan Methods. In everything A SQUARE
We are busy people, but we have time to attend to
PHILLIPSON & HAGEN
Office hours: 8 a. m., to 6 p. m 1. p. m. to 8 p. m.
OFFICE, Over Postoffice, Globe, Arizona
ORE BODY EIGHTY
FEE! Ill WIDTH
Hanging Wall at Last Encoun
tered on 14th Level of Old
Tho big body of huIIiuIo oro on tlio
lltlt lovol of tho Old Dominion initio in
juHt oitflity foot wide. Tho ond of tlio
oro body which linn boon tliu tnll; of
uoiHr milling t in Ion for tho pust nix
uookH wuh loiiidiod into Tliuittilny night,
wlion tho hnngiiig wall wim eneoiititorocl.
It is umloiatoiul t litit in tho ond pf tlio
cioHHCiit tlio oio is I'oiiHidornbly richer
than has been previously encoiintoicd.
In crosscut No. '! thoro 5h fully twenty
foot of oro ho far, all of which runs
bottor tliau 20 per cent. More informa
tion concerning conditions in tho mine
will bo given in Sunday's issue of tho
COPPER METAL MARKET
' By Associated Ptcstt
NEW YOKK, Mnrch 28. Copper was lower In tho Eriglinh market,
losing about half of yestorday's gain. Spot closed at 97 fit and fu
tares at 97 5s. Locally tho market wns dull nnd nioro or lens nom-
Innl. Lako closed nt 24.75 to 2o.25 nud Casting at 23.75 to 21.25.
Lend wns lower in tho English mnrkct, with ot at 18 Os Ud.
Locally the price was unchnngod, ranging from 0.00 to (1.30.
ripeller was unchanged at 25 15s in London and (1.80 to (l.IK) in
tho locnl market.
Iron was lower in the English market and locally unchanged.
Har silver, t!(J. Mexican dollars, SO1,. .
DREAMLAND MAY RAISE
PRICE FOR MRS. FISKE
GLOBE SIGHTS AND
Current News of Busy Globe Told in
11 Dawson len.c.i this morning for
a visit in Iowa and will then locate in
Mrs. Frederick S. Nave, wife of
Judge Nave, is very sick with pleurisv
at her home on Hill street.
E. P. Pfister, who recently underwent
an operation for nppendicitis, has so far
recovered that he is able to be out.
John W. Bachelder arrived yesterday
evening from Dos Cabezas for a visit
of a few days among his old friends
A large attendance is uxpected at the
ninth anniversary ball of Pioneer Hoe
which takes place tonight nt Dream
I). D. Sulivan and Frank Oill leave
this morning for Kelvin on mining
business. They will be gone only a
Maury Orider of Satl'ord is in tho cit
for a few days visit with his brother,
Ed Orider of the Solomon & Wickei
Mrs. J. S. Perkins and the Mi,.e
Nellie White, Sallie hnow and Leila
Snow of Hiee came in last evening to
spend n few days with Olobe friend-i.
Mrs. Kate Trctheway, who has been
very sick with pneumonia, is now im
proving and hopes to repen the beauty
parlors as soon as she is physically able.
M. J. Donnelly of San Carlos, until
recently in the engineering department
of the 0. V. G. &. N., has accepted a
joiition as rate clerk in the local rail
Forest Supervisor Hal Marshall left
yesterday for a trip into the mountain"
and will go to Safford aiid'the Graii.rn
mountains on horseback oofore return
ing to Globe.
Campbell Hardy, traveling represent
ative of tho El Paso Herald, arrived in
J he city last evening from Clifton and
Morenci, where he secure data fo'
'stories" for his paper.
There will be a sale of unclaimed
freight at the local depot today which
will undoubtedly 'be largely attended
owing to the vast amount of goods
which will be disposed of to til- hig!ist
O. Tilghmau Davidson of Queeastown,'
Md., has arrived in the city and will
probably make his home here. Mr. Da
vidhon is a great-grandson of Governoi
Tilghinan of Maryland and a boyhood
friend of Froil T. Itrng'onier of this city.
r J. Weymouth, who has Jwcm rnt
olork at tho G. V. G. & N. depot foi
tho past year, has resigned his position
to accept a josition with tho Globe
Consolidated company. Mr. Weymouth
will be misted much by his oftiiv a'tso
W. O. Kellnor, county superintendent
of schools, roturned Wednesday evening
from a visit to all the school districts
nnith of Ulobe in which schools are
now open. He found conditions very
satisfactory in nearly all the school):
Attorney J. E. Morrison, n well
known lawyer of Hisbee and eounsel
for the Mitchell Mining company in
Arizona and Sonora, arrived in the cit
last evening to confer with George
Mitchell, the president of the company,
who is now in Glome.
W. D. Fisk , president, and J. W.
Kaudhauer superintendent of the Queen
Mining company, came over from
Superior yesterday. They report the
mine looking well and ore shipments of
ore going forward to El P.iso. Mr.
Fisk since leaving Globe a month ago
has visited Goldfiold Nevada and Lot
Angeles. Mrs. J. W. Laugdou entertained nt
her home in Noith Globe Thursday af
ternoon in honor of her sister, Mrs.
Adams, who is here from Michigan.
Covers were laid for ten, the dining
room being tastefully decorated with
apple blossoms and lilac. Those present
were Mosdames IJcrray, .Bright, Beam,
Snail, Hngnrdt, Cole, Senghlob, Kettcr
ing, Adams and Langdon.
Storage room phone (301.
Go to tho Central Market and receive
a ticket with your purchase. 173
Remember, your money back if or
any reason you iwant it when you got
glasses from Dr. Thomas. 100
The annual stockholders meeting of
the Olobo Western Mining conrpany will
be held Monday evening, Aprjl 1, at 8
o'clock, in tho offices of Phillipson &.
Hagen, P. O. building, for the election
of officers and other business.
KOIIKRT E. MEKKITT,
1"0 Acting Secretary
Kelly Realty COe Has Moved
To Rooms Nos. 19-21-23 Globe
(yfi.ee Bldg. over First Nat. Bank
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY.
Money to loan for building purposes.
Fire Insurance written in
the strongest companies in
We have a few choice residence lots; also Income
properties on Broad street. Gila County Abstract
KELLY REALTY CO.
Front Suite Over Keegan's, Phone 441 Globe, Arizona
FOR COUNTY JAIL
New Jail Is Filled with Prison
ers and No Room for' New
Steel Cells .
The county jail on the ground floor of
tho new Oiln county eourthouse in loo
small. There wan a faint mispiciou thai
this might be the caije .some time ago,
but Sheriff Thompson is now miic of it.
He came to thin coucluiion upon the
recent arrival of the new xtcel ccIIf
which had been ordered, according to
tho ((pacifications of the architect. The
cell is a big double-decker nlTair tuul
has compartments which will nccommo
date Hixteon prisoner. Theie is no
available apace in the jail for the cell
and the nherff is seriously contemplat
ing installing it in the attic of the
Sheriff Thompson was ort yisterdey
getting suggestions is to tho best thing
to do nnd received a variety of valua
ble hints. One business man who is
suspected of having humanitarian pro
"divides suggested that the cell be
erected on the roof and that it be mir
rounded with a hort of garden he dd
n't say whether it should be of tl
(lower or beer variety and another
thought that it would be a good rt'an
tojiave the steel cage form the nucleus
of a wwlogieal garden. The sheriff it
stfll undecided as to what t'do with
There are now forty prisoners in the
county jail, of all nationalities, eobirp
and odors, many of whom are being
held to await the action of the g-nwl
OPERA VIOLINIST TRIES
TO DIE IN NEW ORLEANS
Uy Associated Press.
NRW OHLKAXS, La., March 211.
Bruno Boehm, first violinist of the San
Carlo Opera company, attempted sui
cide here today by throwing himself
in front of a rapidly moving street car.
He was dragged off tho tracks just in
time by two iolicemen. lloohm is
thought to be deranged. He is being
held pending directions from Berlin,
Young Octa Better Job
By Associated Press.
DKXVEK, Colo., March 20. Jo-cph
II. Young, general manager of the Colo
rado Southern, has been appointed gen
ernl superintendent of the St. Louis Jfc
Sail Francisco railroad.
Insurance Head Resigns
By Associated Press.
XKV VOKIC, .March 2!). Robert P.
Armstrong has resigned as president of
the Casualty Company of America be
cause of ill health.
Now Postofflco Official
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Mnrch 20. Former
Representative James T. MeClejiry of
Minnesota was today sworn in as sec
ond assistant postmaster general to suc
I'ood W. Shallenbergi'r, resigned.
Can't Movo Fences
By Associated Press.
WASHIXOTOX, March 20. In res
ponse to a telegram from Governor
Brooks of Wyoming, Secretary Garrfleld
states that ho cannot make a departure
from the order requiring that fences
on public lands be romoveds Tlio sus
pension of the order was asked for on
tho ground that certain herds nro infect
ed with disease, wnieh might spread
i the fences were removed.
A special service will bo held at St.
fohn's Episcopal church Sunday oven-
ing, March 31, 1007, at 7:30 o'clock,
when the rector, Rev. Georgo Selby, will
preach to the brotherhood. Members of
White Mountain lodgo No. 3, A. F. &
A. M., will meet in tho lodge rooms at
7 o'clock nnd attend the service at
Academy hall in a body.
By or.der of tho worshipful master,
Notice of Stockholders' .Mooting
March 2S, 1 00(5.
Tho annual meoting of the stockh ild
ers of The Kovstono Conner (.'omihmiv
will bo held at tho ollleotif L. L. Homy,
in the courthouse, nt Ulobe. Arizona, on
the 11th day of April, 1007, at 2 o'clock
p. in., for tho purpose of electing direct
ors and for the transaction of such
other business as may como befoio said
Ben Jones', malinger of the l)ro-iiiilui 1
theater, has started on a canvass of tho
city to see if he will bo safe in sectir
ing Mrs. Finite and her company hero
on May 31st at a guarantee of $2,000.
He has met with good success so far and
those who do not mo him ate requested
to leave their subseriptionns with Los
lie Geoige at the Dominion hotel, Bat
left's, Banna's or tho Palace pharmacy.
Tho priciHoi seats will be either $2.00
or ..ID, that matter having not been
fully settled. It is very doubtful if
the full amount can be laised, even to
see mi adieus of Mrs. Fiske's standint,
There wouldn't be much troublo in
mining the price foj a play with a
name like "A Goosechase for-Widows.'
or anything similar, but for IIciIiIj
Gabler or Leah Klcshiia, it looks almost
impossible. But there is nothing like
trying, ami Manager Jones is doing
Mrs. Finletter in Wreck
Mis. Finnletter of Los Angeles, who
spent several weeks on a visit with
Globe friends, was in the wieck on the
Southern Pacillc at Colton, Cal., Thurs
day, being on her way home. A tele
gram was leceived from her yesrday
stating that, although she v;is some
what shaken up, she escaped uninjured.
Gila Valley Bank & Trust; Co,
Capital and Surplus, $100,000
L. D. Ricketts D. W. WICKER8HAM T A p.
A. T. Thomson H. S. VanGokdek ' 8C0E
C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy Ph. Fuel-dp,.
I. E. Solomon -enthai
All classes of accounts Invited Foreign exchange at lowest
Dr. M. D. Thomas, tho eye specialist,
lias concluded to stay in Globe until
April 20. Tho Dr. fits glasses and a fit
guaianteed. Money Imck if you aro not
satisfied. Will call any pait of the city.
Telephone 731 or stop white team. 100
Your children can como to the Cen
tral Market and get a coupon ticket
with their purchase. Everything quiet
and orderly. 173
A satisfied customer is my best ad
vertlsemcnt. M. C. Bonne, Central Mar
Mining Propcfty Wanted
Developed enough, at least, for inves
ligation. The larger the proposition the
molt suitable. Write at once to
GEORGE P. GARRED,
115 Constellation, An'.
The Qlobo Shoe Company takes orders
for tents and awnings. tf
The Central Markot intends to give
its customers a treat for Easter as fol
lows: Fat Kansas beef, fat com fed
Kansas hogs, real mutton, fine turkeys,
and lots of other uico things to cat.
Call at tho Central Market and look for
yourself. I sell what I advertise, "The
best that money can buy."
173 M. C. BONNE.
Miss Xora Seroglmm, dressmaker, old
Ballgrouud, one block east new church
Any holders of the Arizona Xationa)
Copper Mining company stock, who are
not sntjVfied with holdings cull at of
lice of Comiuercial Mines and Real Es
Skating every afternoon and evening
Storage room phone COL
The now cash register at Bonne's Cen
tral Market will commence issuing tick
ets on Saturday morning, March 30, to
every cash customer. On return of
these coupon tickets to the amount of
$10 tho customer will receive CO cents
In trade. Savo your coupons. 173
All your friends are going to The
Dime; join them.
The Central Market coupon tickets
are valuable. Save them. 173
Tonto Doc T'rows a Fit
S. Percy, familiarly known as
Tonto Basin Doe, who has been spend
ing a few days at the county jail for
his health, fell in a fit yesterday and
came out of it with a fractmed shoul
der. Percy was formerly a school
teacher, but John Barleycorn got in
his work with Doc and ho is now about
as far down as ho can get.
Out for School Trustee
Lyman l Woods is a candidate for
.school trustee, tho election for which
occurs today. There nro only two can
didales in the field, Mr. Woods and J. H.
Miles, whose candidacy was announced
several days ago. Mr. Miles is a Demo-
rat and Mr. Woods a Republican, al
though politics will not cut much figure
in tlie election today. The polls will
be nt the Central school ami will bo
open from 0 to 4. Women who are on
the tax rolls are eligible to vote.
Swcllest goods In :oxn, ladie3' suits
and cloaks, dresses, gowns, waists,
skirts, millinery, hair goods, switches,
etc. The People's Store. Globe, Ariz.
Just one of our
"THATCHER" Butter i,
BUY THE BESTi
Don't pay for cheap stuff
"Barrington Hall" Coffee
, t (The Steel Cut Kind)
leap lard Globe Commercial Co.
SOLD IN SMALL SEALED PAILS-3.; S. 10i TELEPHONE 221
A dollar's worth of fun for ten cents
at The Dime.
Storage room phone tiOL s '
Fine line of ladies' hats just received
at the Racket Store. tf
Pythians Hear Address
Pinal Mountain Iodge Xo. 10 Kuights
of Pythias held a special meeting nt
the lodge hall lust evening in honor of
I. II. I.ntig'.toii of Phoenix, who is
grand chancellor for Arizona. Mr
Langslon made an intero-iiig address
on the order and at the cloc of the
addross tho Pythian Sisters were ad
niftttd to meet Mr, Langston and n
tery plensant social hour followed, af
ter which a tempting lunch was cerwd
bv the hulies.
Stoinge room phone 001.
Try Melrose Jlyo if you want
something cxtrn fine; splendid for med
icinnl purposes and as pure a brand as
can be had anywhere. Bankers' Garden.
ALLEGED CATTLE THIEF
TAKEN TO NEW MEXICO
Ranger Bob Anderson left yelgfijay,
morning for El Paso with a man named
Pat Mason, who was arrested here sev
eral das ago on a charge of stealing
cattle near Santa Rosa, X. M. Mason
was employed in the G. V. G. L X.'
shops as a car repairer when he was
apprehended. The ranger will be met
at El Paso by tho sheriff of the Xcw
Mexico countv whore the crime is said
to have been committed, and the latter
will take Mason to Santa Rosa for
The Central Market
M. C. BONNE, Proprietor
It Leads 'Em AH
t Everything and anything the inarket affords on f
hand at all times
Hfca- fp. Vfc fr1 "'
We find among our Shoe Stock a good
assortment of Low Shoes, suitable for
House Shoes, Outing Shoes and even
Dress Shoes. We are going to sell them
within the next week. If he price is
what you want, and a good shoe, here, is
your chance; a Swell Kid, Cuban n nt
Cut Oxford, sold for $3.25 now "!
$3.00 Shoes now $2.00
$2.50 Shoes now $1.50
$2.75 Shoes now $1.75
$2.00 Shoes now $1.25
Home Investment Bargains
$750, $350 down, balance time, buy 4
house on Noftsger hill. $275 buys nice
lot on Pascoe nil. $1500, $750 down, bal
ance time, buys 6 room house Pascoe hill.
,$550 buys corner pair lots Pascoe hill.
Wo havo lots and lots of tho'in!
We've homes great ?id small
To sell you at bargains
To suit one and all.
Four room house for rent. When you want a- bargain
see the other fellow, theft see us. Our deals
are straight, our bargains good.
HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Wall Papelr, Paints
We carry a Complete Line of Wall l?aper,
Ready-mixed Paints, Varnishes and Brushes
We will paper, paint or tint your house for
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
I SATISFACTION IS OUR MOTTO
G. S. VAN WAGENEN
I Next to the Post Office ' Telephone 372
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