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ruesday, April 2, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
In Every .Depart
ment of Banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Is prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
uxton & Merritt
Ha re just received a
Carload of 1907
ARf t DESIGNS
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
Hollow Concrete Building Blocks
:MADE TO ORDER DIMENSIONS:
ADVANTAGES OF HOLLOW CON
, p r of construction, buIMIncswaim
tj .- cool in summer. dry vcnillaiol
n h . and dust proof insurance Is
-,pr equlres no painting' or repairs;
J.-s -o be laid In the wall raplJlr aotl
r.. - iat iltile mortar, plastering inav
ttwsr oa the back of the stone, amine
.!. f ee from rats, mice or vermin,
tj'er . sanitary, resists rain and dries
: t wt!le solid walls remalu 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 Concrqto Block House, West
of Gtobo Lumber Yard
W S. SULTAN
H. T. WAYNE
Deputy U. S. Mineral Surveyor
SULTAN & WAYNE
SURVEYS, ASSAYS, ESTIMATES, REPORTS
Opposite P. 0., Globe
W. R. NORTON Architect
Room 12, Globe Building
THE GLOBE JEWELRY
wclcrs to the Queen
Of many a household Why not YOURS?
Every precious stone has its own legend good or ovil,
as .the caso may bo and fiom it tho stone derives a
sentimental valao quito apart from its intrinsic worth.
The topaz is associated with a quaint bit of old Roman'
lore which explains why it is called tho stone of grat
itude. The blind emperor Thcodoslus had caused a brazen
gong to bo placed before his palaco gates, whero those
who wished his help and advico might come and sound
it, and so gain entrance to tho royal presence. One
day a great snko crept up to the gato and struck tho
gong with her coils. Theodosius gavo orders that no
ono should moUst hor, but that she should approach
and make known hex wish. The sjiako bent her crest
in hoinago and told her grievance. Hor nest, which
was at' tho base of tho gateway tower, had been in
vaded whilo she was absent in search of food, hor
nestlings killed and herself repulsed by tho strange
bea3t covered with sharp needles which now held pos
session of it. Would Caesar grant her justico7 Tho
crapcror gave orders to havo tho porcupino slain, and
tho mother was restored to her desolate homo.. By
nightfall tho incident was forgotten by the people. The
serpent had a bettor memory. At dawn sho glidod
into tho palaco, through tho spacious apartments, up
stairways and through corridors until sho gained tho
royal chamber. On tho closed eyelids of tho sleeping
emperor sho laid a gloaming topaz, and when ho awbko
he was no longer blind. Tho mother-snake had paid
her dobt of gratitude
Have you seen our Line of Extra Heavy
SOLID SILVER TABLEWARE
It will be shown in our window this week
Old Dominion Makes,Largcst Gain
President's Letter oujRailroad Situa
tion Expected Tomorrow Bullish
(Uy I. X. lunacy)
(i 1.0111-:, Aptil 1. Wu-wired our eor
mspondent in itoston, llitydun, Stuiio &
Co., for nu opinion n'giirdiiig general
eouditions, and luivo" the following tele
gram: Market indications nro very bull
ish, but wo nro likely to lmvu nhuip
fluctuation!. Recent hour raids have
been iuellective. Expect railroads to go
big advance within thirty days. Money
conditions are more satisfactory. Mod
erate reaction in business probable with
slow decline in price of copper to about
20 cents. Cuppers havo discounted an
such possible decline iu price of copper.
Old Domiuiui growing iu geuoral favor.
Walker's lust letter extremely bullish.
(Signed) Galon L. Stone.
Logan & Urynn of Xew York sny:
Market closed strong, showing quite
a substantial rally. Cauadiau Pacific
Was by far the loader, selling up sharp
ly immediately after tho opuniug. Its
nio omenta tltorcaf tor wore erratic. Un
douhtedly bank statement contributed
materially to early strength, but the
principal item ot news today was rojiort
that president would issue a long letter.
Vall street professes to beliuvo that he
will modify his ideas somewhat. Trade
i the late session was on a large scale
and it would seem as if much of the
buying was short coveriug. Wo liuvc
had a substantial rally au'd sumo easing
off from this level is expected.
Paine, Webber ii Co. say. Saturday 'b
favorable bank statement and favorable
news Irom Washington caused au early
cheerful suutimout in Xew York and
Boston markets and prices wore higher
all along the Hue. Shortly after the
oponing, however, considerable .liquida
tion took place and tho market reacted
until within the last hour, when it was
announced that tho president would is
sue a letter to Illinoii Manufacturers
association on his attitude toward rail
roads, which was considered to bo very
favorable, and prices climbed rapidly
toward the clase, which was about the
best of tho day. We look for gradual
improvement on theory that liquidation
lias been practically thorough and the
stock havo landed in stronger hands
than before the panic. Easier tates for
money are looked for in tho next ten
The past few days has noted quite a
demand for Superior & Boston around
$2.73 to $3.0U. Wo hear tonight that
President t'hynowoth, who Js now super
intendent of the Allouez and Centennial,
has resigned and will come to Globe to
devote his por.-onal attention to Super
ior & Itoston.
Calumet & Globe is a cheap buy to
night. Globe Consolidated should strike
some ore within a couple of weeks and'
au improvement iu the stocks is ex
pected. Boston Coppers
Allouez - . $ H.I.OP
Ameriean-Saginaw J 1.75
Arizona Commercial U.'i.oO
Jlutto & Loudon . . l.Z
Jloston Consolidated . ,. 2G"o
gingham . 20.00
Jlluek Mountain , ... S.GO
Jlutto Coalition . ' 27,00
't'ananea Central .'. 20.00
Copper Range .;...,..... 81.50
Calumet . Arizona . l(H..r0
Daly-Went ... ..., , -IG-OO
Dcnu-Arizona ... ..'. 32.75
)'ast Uuttc . .,... 30.75
Llranby - - 121.00
Hancock .... ..... J 0.50
Keweenaw ...............:.... 9.50
Ureone Consolidated - 24.75
North iiutto :.:-:... 01.50
bid Dominion ,
Superior & Pittsburg
Utah Consolidated ., - 01.50
(J lobe Consolidated 1....L.
Centennial ...... .
Mohawk .' ......
National .... ..,. ..
Wolverino & Arizona ......
Comanche , ..
L. S. & A
Helvetia . . . ...
Superior & Boston ..'.
Calumet & Globe ,....:..., 2.00
. ..-, .,. 113.00
Keystono, bid 1.50
Globe-Arizona, asked ...- 10
Now York Stocks
Amalgamated $ 02.87
American Smoltcrs .....
Colorado Fuel & Iron -..... ....
Heading ...r.'. ......
IT. S. Steel, common .,.".
New York Central"....- 118.02
Pennsylvania . -- 121,02
Union Pacific ..... 138.50
Southern Pacific ...,..,....
St, Paul .- ,
paltimoro & Ohio :..
rio -.'. -
Money, 2 Ms per cent.
Tho Inspiration Deal
Keeont roports from Globo, Ariz., rep
resent that the Inspiration Copp'er
mines, located about twelve miles from
that city have been sold for approxi
Tt is stated that tho proporty has
gone into tho possession of tho Lowis-
yhii interests upon tho following terms:
The General Development company,
Adolph Lewisohn, president, and J.
Parke dimming, consulting engineer, is
the purchaser. The cash consideration
is $1,700,000. The stockholders will rat
ify the deal at a meeting on April'3.
Several Denver purties nro interested
in the property. J. D. Coplon, au old
time Colorado miner and nt ono time'
inteiestod in valuable mining properties
in Ouray and San Juan counties, has
been the manager and prime mover in
the development of tho Inspiration
property, and to his able management
and executive ability is chiefly duo its
development, equipment and sale. Mr.
Coplen and family will probably return
to Denver to make this city their fu
ture home. Denver Mines and Mining.
Try Melroso Ityo if you want
something oxtra fine; splendid for med
icinal purposes and as pure a brand as
can be had anywhere. Bankers' Garden.
Tho now cash register nt Bonne's Cen
tral Market will commence issuing tick
ets on Saturday morning, March 30, to
ovory cash customer. On return of
theso coupon tickets to tho amount of
$10 tho customor will receive 60 conts
in trade Save your coupons. 173
SMUGGLER III THE
TOILS OF THE LI
Alleged Agent for Bisbeo Drug House
Caught While Trying to Smuggle Du
tiablo Ooods Across tho Line at Naco
Released on Boud.
Doctor Monk You have a well devel
oped caso of appendicitis.
Mr. Elephant Great jungles! Will
you have to operate, Doci
Dr. Monk Not exactly; I'm afraid
that in your case we'll havo to oxen
DR. P. B. CALER
Oiiice over Palace Phurmucy
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SUBOEONS
Office Booms, 0-7-0 Trust Building
Offlco Phono Main 1841
Uesidence, Dominion Hotel
GEO. J. STONEMAN
Attorney At Law
Office in the Butler Building
Hotel Dominion Phone 1341
Office: ROOMS 13 TRUST BUILDING
TKLEl'IIONK HOI '
i GEORGE K. FRENCH
What promises to develop into a sen
satiou is tho arrest of ono Otto A. Sells,
by Deputy United States Marshal Pos
ter on last Thursday night on a charge
of having smuggled goods across tho in
ternational bouudary line at Naco. It
is rumored that the man was simply an
agent for a Hisbeo drug firm, which has
been in the habit of smuggling dutiable
goods across the line. '
On Thursday afternoon Deputy Unit
ed States Collector Mason at Xaco or
dered one of his men to place Sells un
der arrest and make an examination of
a I hijh! I o which the man had carried
across the lino earlier in tho day. The
line rider found his man iu Naco. and
on examination of the bundle it was
found that it contained dutiable goods,
which had not been submitted to the
scrutiny of tho collector of the jxrt.
The duty on Ihe drugs would have ap
proximately amounted to $55.
Mason and his man brought Sells to
Dishcc at once, and turned him over to
Foster. ;ho tiled a complaint against
him before United States, Commissioner
Stanford. The commissioner released
Sells on a $500 bond and set his pre
limiunry hearing for Monday.
Jf developed late that the customs
Oilicers at Naco and tho deputy mar
slial had Sells under suspicion for some
time past, and were simply awaiting
the chnnco to .catch hint with the goods
on him, as the man had usually worked
his game in such a way that even if
he wcro placed under arrest tho ofll
cres would havo been unable to prove
their case. Tho officers also came to
the conclusion that as the man was not
himself engaged in the drug business
on this side of tho line, and as the
quantity of goods lie carried across was
at times large, that he was iu tho em
ploy of some American drug concern.
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, whero
sho will be pleased to demonstrate her
first-class opportunities for giving the
ladies of Globo efficient treatment. Call
and bo convinced.
W. L. DECKER
VETERINARY SURGEON AND
Office: Shutc's Livery Stable.
Rooms 7 and 8. P. O. Bldg. Phone 1241
Good music at Dreamland every even
ing. Bergeron's orchestra.
PIMA COUNTY SMELTER
CAUSES CRIMINAL SUIT
The new McOahan smelter, which was
supposed to revolutionize smelting and
was erected at the Ajo mining camp in
Pima county, is the cause of a number
of startling and sensational develop
meats, It caused one shooting, which
did not result seriously. It caused also
a civil suit for $100,000, ami now, ac
cording to the St. Louis Globo-Domo-crat,
it caused tho arrest of Fred L.
McGahan, tho inventor, on a cliargo of
obtaining money under juIso pretenses,
it being alleged that McGahan victim
ized porsons living iu Missouri, Arkan
sas and Texns out of $70,000 by selling
worthless patent rights to a vacuum
The matter seems to bo in consider
able dispute According to tho St. Louis
paper, it is said that McGahan agreed
to put up the smelter for .$11,000, but
that the plant cost'$33,000, according to
John It. Boddle, secretary of the Cor
nelia Copper company. Boddlo also al
leged that Ed Finger, a nenhow of Mc
Gahan, was shot three times whilo try
in gto icinovo tho machinery of the
plant and that a suit has been filed
against the Cornelia Copper "company
for damages. Boddle says that the"
American International Vacuum Smelt
ing company also lost $33,000,
According to tho St. Louis paper, Mc
Gahan 's attorney claims that McGahan
is l,1io injured party.
TUCSON MAN LEFT . '
FORTUNE TO HIS SONS
The will of tho Jato N. V. Bernard
was filed; for probate lato this afternoon.
Tho document is what is known as a
non-cupntivo will and was made-in. tho
nreseneo of A. C. Bernard. Georce
Punch and Noah C. Bernard tho oldest
Under tho terms of tho will th6 es
tato valued at $80,000 is'to bo divided
equally among the four children. The
brother, A. C. Bernard," is to receive
$15',000 olUthp'shaTo'of tho Tucson
Ice & Cold" Storage company.
Tho oldest son, N. C. Bernard, is
named as tho executor and under the
supervision of his uncle, A. C. Bernard
and Genrgo Pnscli. Tucson Citizen.
QUICK SERVICE, MEALS
AND SHORT ORDERS A
SPECIALTY. IN REAR
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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 or not.
It needs that attention just as suro
as an 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
Engraving, All work and new parts
furnished guaranteed for one 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
YyHITE HOUSE HOTEL
GIACOMINO & CO.
Large airy rooms, fine table service and
first class cafe.
Rates reasonable North Globe
F. L JONES & SON,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE PHONE 432.
RESIDENCE PHONE 433.
The W. W. Brookner Co.
The Big Store
MONUMENTAL WORK CemS,S,ions
IRON FENCING and FINE STONE WORK
On Cemetery Gulch
Near Central School Building
The Globe Hardware Co.
HAVE A NEW AND
p Blacksmiths' Tools
and in fact everything in
the Hardware Line
at the right prices
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.
! Gasoline Engines
The Globe Hardware Co.
I. N. KIIISEY, Incorporated
Dealers in listed and unlisted securities
Quotations from NewifYork, Boston and Duluth by quick wire service
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins
Office in Lobby of Dominion Hotel Phone 1221
....The Globe National Bank
OFFICERS AND DIEEOT6Bi
O. S. Van Wagenen, President. J. H. HamllJ, Vice Preeideat
Dr. W. A. Holt.
E. M. White.
A. Q. Smith, Cashier.
A. W. Sydnor.
Fred X. Bragonier.
Fred J. GriMn.
J. E. Todd, Asst. Cashier.
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