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" DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Tuesday, April 2, 1907
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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 7. p. m. to 8 p. m.
OFplCEj Over Postoffice, Globe, Arizona
GLOBE SIGHTS AND
11 VFR RFI Tl FTS
Current News of Busy Globe Told In
P. C. Anderson it ronvnleseiujj after
n week's illuesa with the t!r'l'-
Tom Stewart and II. V. Cameron
spent Sunday with friends at Hice.
Mrs. -A. J. Mosher was n passenger to
Gila valley towns Sunday morning.
J. A. Towlo returned last evening
from a business trip to Los Angeles.
F. C. Baxter of the Sullivan Machin
ery company is in the qtiy from Kl
J. V. Hoguo of the Home Investment
company was a visitor at San Carlos
'Jeff Duncan has returned from San
Carlos, where he spent Sunday with his
Mrs. J. C. Phillipson returned last
evening from a visit to Xaco and His
bee, where she formerly resided?
Colonel T. E. Farish returned last
evening from Phoenix, where he spent
a, few weeks with his family.
H. J. Young, superintendent of IJritt
Copper company, returned to the mino
on tho San Carlos strip yesterday morn
ing. W-G? Foster, territorial examiner, ar
rivcoTin the city last evening on offi
cial business. He will remain hero about
Tho Uoda club will meet Thursday
night with Mrs. Caler and ,Mrs. F. K.
Wales at the home of tho latter on the
Paul Kckhart, pressman at the Silver
Belt oflice, left Sunday morning for a
ten-day vacation, which he will spend
at Phoenix and Tucson.
All of tho county officers have moved
into the new courthouse and in a few
dayM will have their respective quarters
arranged for business.
W. II. McCormiok has returned from
Christmas, where he spent threo weeks.
He leaves this morning for Livingston
to look after his bee farm.
The danco at Dreamland last evening
was well attended. Harding 'h orches
tra .furnished the music. Tonight Ber
Huron's orchestra will play there.
Colonel William Foster, n minim. .n.
gineer who is known throughout the4
louiitry, is in the city for a few days.
Colonel Foster represents the Lawronce
interests of Boston.
D. D. Sullivan and Frank Gill re
turned yesterday from Kelvin, where
they wont on mining business and to
roceive tho first payment on a group of
claims which they owned at Hay.
A ten-ouud girl baby arrived at tlm
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jones on the
Ballground on Kaster Sunday. Mr. Jones
is connected with tho freight depart
ment of the G. V. G. & X. in the local
John Light, who was formerly en
gaged in the cattle business in 'Indian
Territory, is in the city a guest of J. D,
Coplon of the Inspiration Mining com
pany. He has recently returned from
a visit in the state of Jalisco, Mexico.
Piofessor John W. Prout, the mining
geologist, left here yesterday morning
for various parts of the state of Sonorn,
where he has been called to make ex
animations of mining property. He ex
pects to be absent about a week or ten
Judge John Blake armed last night
from the San Carlos strip, where he has
been for tho past several years engaged
in mining. He owns two promising
groups of claims on the strip, ouo of
which he has bonded. The judge was
for many years n resident of Safford
and formerly superintendent of tho Chi
ricahua Cattle company.
Coney Island ,Up-to-Datc
Fresh shipment f limes; drink gin
Tho Central Markot intends to give
its customers a treat for Easter as fol
lows: Fat Kansas bcof, fat corn fed
Kansas hogs, real mutton, flno turkeys,
and lots of other nice things to cat.
Call at the Central Market and look for
yoursolf. I sell what I advertise, "Tho
best that money can buy."
173 M. C. BONNE.
Warrants for Fivo
Charles II. Hill came in from the
lower Pinto section yesterday and swore
to complaints against five Mexicans
whom he charged with cutting wood on
bin mining claims. Warrants were is
sued and a deputy sheriff sent to serve
Your children can come to tho Cen
tral Market and get a coupon ticket
with their purchase. Everything quiet
and orderly. 173
Kelly Realty Co. Has Moved
To Rooms Nos. 19-21-23 Globe
Office BIdg. over First Nat. Bank
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY.
BRIDGE FALLS III
WITH 61 CROWD
Hundred People Go Down when
Bridge on Broad Street Col
lapses Last Night
The biidge ovor tho gullj between
the Barrott drug store and tho Iris
theater, over which entrance is made
to both places, collapsed early lust even
ing, causing considerable excitemout
Tho biidge, which was built 'of light
timbeis, broke in the center and idled
between seventy-live and a hundred
men, women and childieu in u wild)
struggling heap eight feet below, where
in rainy weather they would have been
precipitated into u rushing stream. For
tunntely, howover, the bed of tho some
time cieek was dry as it bone, and no
one was soaked. It is almost nuracu
lou.s that no one was injured when the
bridge collapsed, as it went down with
out warning. A few were slightly
bruised anil most of them got a scare
which was almost as bad as an injury.
Tho accident was caused by the large
erowil which was standing in front of
the drug store and theater waiting for
the doors of the Iris to open for the
second performance. When the crash
came, Manager Barrett of the drug
storo and Manager Marks of tho iris
made a wild rush for telephones to wo
euro physicians and eight of them were
soon at the scene of tho accident, but
their services were not required.
It is not known whether tlijj. bridge
will bo replaced at once. The city eoun
cil has been contemplating the building
of a concrete culvert ovor tl)e creek and
plnns have already been prepared In
City Kngineer Wayne. The accident
will probably sere to start work on
the culvert sooner than was content
VISIT MINE AT CLIFTON
L. B. Kauffman of Columbus, Ohio,
S. S. Jones of Chicago, and F. A. Bay
of Columbus, all heavy .stockholders in
the Cuprite Copper company, visited
Clifton this week, says tho Kra. Super
intendent Alsdorf, who has recently lo
rated at Globe, came over and necom
panicd them to the mines.
The Cuprite company has bcon in op
oration severnl years, during which time
considerable development work has been
done, which requires considerable mon
ey. Tho mines aro located in the fam
ius copper zone of the Clifton-Morenci
district and there is every reason to
believe that good results will bo ob
taincd, as it is almost impossible to
mine in that section without striking
ire. Considerable good ore ha been
taken out in development work, some
of which has been shipped, realizing
A satisfied customer is my best ad
(rertisement. M. C. Bonne, Central Mar
ket. " 173
Uy Associated Press.
NKW YOBIC, April 1. At a meeting
af the Pnnnma Railroad Steamship com
wny here today Major G. W. Goethals,
U. 8. A., chairman of the isthmian canal
ommission, was elected president of the
-ompany, vice Theodore P. Shouts, re
The. Qlobo Shoe Company takes orders
.or tents and awnings. tf
Money to loan for building purposes.
Fire Insurance written in
the strongest companies in
We have a few choiceresidence lots; also Income
properties on Broad street.
Gila County Abstract Company.
KELLY REALTY CO.
Queen Mother Not So 111
By Associated Press.
MADRID, Spain, April J. Reports
that Maria Christina, the queen mother,
is seriously ill, and that the Inst sacra
ments were about to be administered,
ue without foundation. Inquiry at the
lalaco today elicited tlit Htatement that
the illness of tho queen mother has been
Too Exasperating for Her
"Why," asked the judge, "do you
want a divorce? Doesn't your husband
jrovide properly for you J"
"Oh, he proidcs very well, but he
never stands up and talks back like a
man when I want to discuss things.
How can a person work up any enthusi
asm over an argument when theio if
nobody to take the other sidef"
'Chinks for China
By Associated Press. '
SAN rUANCISCO, On!., April J.
Thirty seven Chineso arrived today from
Los Angeles for deportation on the Cop
tic, which sails tomorrow.
The Central Market coupon tickets
aro valuable. Save thorn. "173
Rack to Washington
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, April 1. Secretary
of the Na,vy Metcalf arrived in Wash
ington today, having completed his tour
of tho West Indies.
COPPER METAL MARKET
By Associated Press.
NfiV YOKIC, April 1. With tho London market closed, metals arc
quiot today and- with the exception of tin, generally unchnngeiL Tin
was higher with spot quoted nt 40.30 to 40.1!:! , an ndvanco of n lit
tic over twenty points.
Copper "was unchanged and more or less nominulrLukc wns 24.75
to 25.25; Electrolytic, 24.25 to 25.00; nnd Casting, 23.75 to 24.25. Tho
exports ior' the month of March were 3,006 tons.
Load was quiet and unchanged at COO to G.30 according to .ship
ment. Spelter wns dull nt 6.80 to fi.M.'
Iron was unchanged.
Bar silver, 65. Mexican dollars, SO't.
HELD TO GRAND JURY
ON CHARGE OF BURGLARY
Charles Pollard waicd examination
in Judge Thomas' court yesterday on
tho charge of burglary anil was held to
await the action of the uex,. grand jury
111 the sum o$500. Pollard was uuablu
to furnish bond or bondsmen nnd went
to jail. Pollard is a painter and it is
alleged that he entered tho room of W,
R. Dunlap in the Golden lodging house
and appropriated 11 rnyor, six-shooter
and pipe. The htolen articles were re-roeied.
Notico of Stockholders ' Mooting
March 2S, 11)06.
Tho annual meeting of the stocklwlil
ers of The ICpyslono Copper Company
will be held nt. tluftofliro 0' L. L. Henry,
in the courthousoTTt Globe. Ari7omt, on
the 11th day of April, 1907, nl 2 o'clock
p. m., for tho purnoso of electing direct
ors nnd for tho transaction of such
other business us may come befoio said
meeting. h. K. WIGHTMAN,
Jack Ross always keeps the best.
Fox & Sweeney, mixologists. 1511
Miss Noru Scrogham, dressmaker, old
Ballground, one block east new church.
Died in Los Angeles
J. D. MeDouongh icceived a telegram
from W. T. McNelly yesterday stating
that Bill Grandstall', foimerly of this
city, died in Los Angeles after a short
illness. Nti further details were, received.
Con Crowley will buy up all stock of
the Ar.izonu National Mining company
hold by 8tpckhQlders not satisfied with
the progress ,of the tompany for thirty
days, fall at 5lobe Bank & Savings
The annual stockholders meeting of
tho Globe Western Mining company will
be held Monday evening, April 1, nt S
o'clock, in the oflices of Phillipson &
Hngcn, P. O. building, for the election
jf ollicers and other business. .
ROB BUT K. MBItHITT,
150 Acting Secretary.
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Good music nt Dreamland every even
ing. Bergeron's Orchestra.
Swollcst Goods in town, ladies', suits
and cloaks, dresses, gowns, waists,
3kirts, millinery, hair goods, switches,
etc. Tho Pooplo's Storo. Globe, Ariz.
A dollar's worth of fun for ten cents
hit The Dime.
Don't forget Gordon gin Ji.z. Coney
CAPTAIN CHYNOWETH TO
MAKE HIS HOME HERE
Word has been received here that
Captain James Chyuoweth has resigned
lii's position as superintendent of the
Fuygioup of mines, including tho Al
lotie, nuil Centennial, which have ro
cently pasted to the control of tho Cal
u met S. Ilecla, ami that he will come to
Globo to make his home. Mr. Chy
nowetli is president of tho Superior S.
Boston company und he will devote nil
of his time intjiejfutiire to the manage
meat of the properties of this company.
All your friends aro g'olng to The
Dimo; join thorn.
Skating every afternoon and evening
Storago room phone 601.
Hcincmber, your money back if for
any reason you want it when you gel
glasses from Dr. Thomas. 16!)
Dominion Hotel Arrivals
The following are the arrivals at the
Dominion for Sunday and Monday.
William Poster, Boston; I). W. Owen,
Bowie; W, O. Foster, Piioenixr Allen
Fletcher, Chicago; A. B. White, "Los An
geles; J. II. Hawkes, Los Angeles; ('.
1, Morehouse, Los Angeles; John Blake,
Stanley, Ari.; C A. Stace, Chicago,
F. C. Baxter, Kl Paso; T. K. Parish,
Phoenix; Will Newell, Chicago; W .).
OcsseJI, liOS Angeles; A. M. Ileiiiamau,
Kl Paso; B. L. Penflebl, Ios Angeles;
I. G. Beale, San Francisco; Phil Simon,
Dr. M. I). Thomas, the eye specialist,
has concluded to stay in Globo until
April 20. Tho Dr. fits glasses nnd a fit
guaranteed. Money buck if you are not
satisfied. Will call any part of tho city.
Telephone 731 or stop white team. 169
Mail Route to Gibson's
A rural free delivery route from
Globe to Bellcvue, the camp of the Gib
son company, eighteen miles west of
Globe, will be .started April U and will
be in charge of Koscoe Henderson, who
has been awarded the contract. Any
person residing along- the line enn so
cure free delivery of his mail by placing
a box at a point 011 the road Hearts his
Storago room phono 601.
Leg Broken in Mino
A minor named Gappingcr was Be
verely injured whilo at work ift tho Old
Dominjon mine last Saturday. A large
lock weighing about a ton fell on him
and broke his right leg, beside badly
injuring him internally. Ho was taken
to the Old Dominion hospital.
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now xorx niarKcts.
Tho Duluth and Ishpeming curb markets a specialty.
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins.
TRY MY WIRE SERVICE.
J Trust Building
Telephone 1901 I
Just one of our
"THATCHER" Butter is
BUY THE BEST!
Don't pay for cheap stuff
"Barrington Hall" Coffee
(The Steel Cut Kind)
"SIMON PURE"n . r
leaip lard Globe Commercial Co.
SOLD IN SMALL SEALED PAILS-3, 5. IOi ftLtPHONfc 221
By Associated Press.
MILWAUKEE, Wis, April 1. JVil
liam Dunlnp, a millionaire ofNew.York
citl, and .Miss Lavender Jane Ilycrs,
uero married here today.
Storago room phono 001.
Pine lino of Indies' hats just rocoived
at the Racket Store. tf
What to Do When Bilious
The right thing to do when you feel
bilious is to take a doso of Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
will cleanse tho stomach and rogiilnlo
tho liver and bowols. Try it. Price 25
cents. 8amples frco at all druggists,
Silver Bolt Want Ads. bring results,
Tho salve that nets like a poultice
is Pino Salvo Carbolizcd. No other
salvo so good for cuts, burns, boils and
chapped Bkin. Ask for it. Prion vn
cents. For sale by Hannn 's Drug Storo.
DOMINION HOTEL -Finest Hostlery in the Southwest -80 Rooms -All
Modern Conveniences and the Best of Service
Gila Valley Bank &l Trust Co.
Capitol and Surplus, $100,000
, L. D. RlCKETTS D. W. WlCKERSHAM T. A. PASCOP
A. T. Thomson H, S. VanGordkr
C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy Ph. Freudenthal
I. E. Solomon
All classes ef acctmmts Imvlted Foreign exchange at lowest rates
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M. C. BONNE, Proprietor
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hand at all times
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GLOBE OFFICE BUILDING
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 the price is
what you want, and a good shoe, here is
your chance; a Swell Kid, Cuban n nr
Cut Oxford, sold for $3.25 now "0
$3.00 Shoes now $2.00
$2.50 Shoes now $1.50
$2.75 Shoes now $1.75
$2.00 Shoes now $1.25
THE TENNIS GIRL
All the stores have them. There are none better.
THE SOLOMON-WICKERSHAM CO., Sole Distributors
Home Investment Bargains
$750, $350 down, balance time, buys 4
room house on Noftsger hilt. $275 buys
nice lot on Pascoe hill $1500, $750 down,
balance time, buys 6 room house Pascoe hill.
$550 buys corner pair lots Pascoe hill.
W6 have lots and lota of them;
We've homes gfeat and 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, then see us. Our deals
are straight, our bargains good.
HOME INVEST MENT CO.
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