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OaHy ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Friday, April 5, 1907
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.
OFFICE, Over Postoffice, Globe, Arizona
GLOBE SIGHTS AND
Current News of Busy Olobo Told In
J. IJ. Walker of Sn fiord is a buMueso
visitor in tho city.
William Dardell, a mining man, was
nn arrival from Mexico last ovoning.
Miss N. White, who toaches school
at San Carlos, was an arrival in tho
city last evening.
Superintendent C. C. Mallard of the
?. V. 0. . N. spent yesterday at tho
San Carlos Indian reservation.
Tho Uoda club was entertained last
evening by Mrs. P. E. Wales and Mr.
Caler at the home of the former.
Ed Shaw leaves this morning for
Geronimo and other large cities in the
Oila valley after a pleasant visit with
D. V. Wright and wifo hav.e arrived
in tho city from New Orleans. Mr.
Wright will be in the engineering de
partment of the G. V. G. & X., succeed
ing Mr. Pay, who has resigned.
Attorney P. .7. Elliott and brido re
turned last ovening from Boulder, Colo.,
where they were wedded on March 27.
Mrs. Elliott was formerly Mi?s Marie
Louise Wangelin, daughter of tho pro
prietor and editor of tne Boulder Her
ald and a charming young lady. Mr.
and Mrs. Elliott will make their tem
porary homo at tho Dominion hotel.
DEATH YESTERDAY OF
MRS. KATE TRETHEWAY
Mrs. Emma Knto Trotheway passed
away yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock
aftor a brief illness of pneumonia. The
deceased was formorly Miss Garling
houso and hor family was one of the
first in Globe. Besido a 7-year-old
daughter, Mrs. Trothoway leaves a sis
tor, Mrs. Leo Eichonborry of this city,
to mourn hor death, and a host of
friends. Xo arrangotnonts for the
funeral have beon made, but it will
probably occur tomorrow aftornoon
from tho undertaking establishment of
F. L. Jones & Son, whoro the remains
have been taken.
TO BE DEPORTED
Hissed American Flag and Was
Fired by Cement Workers'
Union for It
By Associated Press.
SAN PRANCISCO, Cnl., April 4.
Paul Christinnson Paulson, u recent ar
rival from Now Zealand ,who at a labor
meeting two weeks ago hissed tho Amer
ican flag and declared that the red
Hag was good onough for him, may be
doported for his utterances. Paulson
was arrested in Alameda today by E.
J. Griffiths of tho local immigration
bureau upon nrdors from Secretary
Strauss of tho department of commorco
and lubor, who instructed tho bureau to
hnvo him examined by a board of spe
cial inquiry, with a view to deporting
him if ho is found to be an undesir
Paulson is a cement worker und was
expelled from tho Ceniout Workers un
ion for hissing the flag.
DR. RIOKETTS AT BUTTE
Goes to Montana to Inspect Smelting
Storago room phono C01.
Pine line of ladies' hats just rccoived
at the Racket Store. tf
YOUNG CHARLES HALEY
IS ADJUDGED INSANE
Charles Haley, the 18-year-old son of
John Haley, was yesterday adjudged
insane in tho probato court and will
be taken to Phoenix this morning for
committment to the territorial asylum.
Some time ago tho young man becamo
Mibjcct to epileptic fits and recently has
become violently insane. There is little
hopo for his ultimate recovery.
Sewing machines to rent at J. T.
McNeil's Purnituro store, opposite tho
Miners' union hall, Globe, Ariz. 119tf
Everybody buy flno meat at Bonne's
Contral Market and receive a tickot.
Remember, $10.00 In tickets will entitle
you to 50 cents in trade. Save your
Don't forget Gordon gin fizz. Conoy
Storage room phone tiOl.
Your children can como to the Cen
tral Market and get a coupon tickot
with their purchase. Everything qulot
and orderly. 173
A dollar's worth of fun for ten cent
at Tho Dime.
Tho new cash rogtster at Bonno's Con
tral Market will commenco issuing tick
cts on Saturday morning, March 30, to
overy cash customer. On roturn of
these coupon tlckots to the amount of
$10 tho customer will roceive 50 conts
in trade. Savo your coupons. 17S
Coney Island Up-to-Dato
Fresh shipment of limes; drink gin
WELCH Tho funeral of the late
George Welch will take place at the
undertaking establishment of P. L.
Jones & Son at 3 o'clock this after
noon. Friends of the deceased are in
ited to attend.
Dr. L. D. Rickotts, general manager
of tho Groono-Cnnnnen nnd subsidiary
properties, who recently camo lioro from
Cannnea to confer with Thomas P.
Cole concerning tho proposed extensive
plant additions there, is continuing his
tour westward, says tho Duluth Nows
A prominent Greono-Cananea ofllcial
laid yestorday that Dr. Rickotts is now
in tho Montana copper country, going
ivor tho groat concentrating plants,
blast furnace plants nnd latest addi
tions to tho immenso reduction works
or tho Washoo Coppor company at Ann
conda, and tho plants of the Boston &
Montana company at Great Palls. Ho is
investigating and studying tho condi
tions and advanced methods used at
theso plants so as to incorporate tho
latest and best in proposed additions
to tho concentrating and blast furnace
plants at Cananoa.
Dr. Rickotts and his associate ofiicors
at Cananca are well equipped to plan
nnd build tho oxtensivo works and they
will havo available all of the engineer
ing ability fo mon in charge of the
important works in tho Montana cop
per fields to augment their own.
Work on additions to tho rnnccntrat
irs in well undor way and there i"
3vnry indication that plans for tho now
concentrator and blast furnace plant
will soon be completed.
Dr. Rickotts stated, during his recent
visit hero, that the railroad being built
to the Cananca Central will bo complct
id in April, and that upon tho romple
tion of this road the company would
bo enabled to utilizo tho rich ores from
tho Bonanza nnd other workings of the
America and that a considerable in
rease in tho ore output is looked for
after operation of tho road is begun.
Tho Woman's Guild of St. John's
Episcopal church will meot on Fridaj
next with Mrs. Russell. Election of ofli
cers and a full attendance is urged. 15-1
No flics in Bonno's Central Market.
Como and get your tickets. 173
All your friends are
Dime; join them.
going to The
Swellost goods In town, ladies' suits
ind cloaks, dresses, gowns, waists,
ikirts, millinery, hair goods, switches,
itc. Tho Peoplo's Storo. Globe, Ariz.
Dr. M. 1). Thomas, tho eyo specialist,
has concludoa to stay in Globo until
April 20. Tho Dr. fits glasses and a fit
guaranteed. Money back if you nro not
satisfied. Will call any part of tho city.
Telephone 731 or stop whlto toam. 109
Kelly Realty Co. Has Moved
' To Rooms Nos. 19-21-23 Globe
Office BSdg. over First Nat. Bank
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY.
Money to loan for building purposes.
Fire Insurance written in
the strongest companies in
Try Molroso Rye if you want
jomothing extra fine; splendid for incd
icinnl purposes and ns pure a brand as
:an be had anywhere. Bankers' Gar
COPPER METAL MARKET
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, April 0. Copper recovered hnlf of yesterday's loss
in tho London market, spot being quoted at 9."5 5s nnd futures at 0(5
5s. Loeally'theMnarket continued quiet, quotations being more or
loss nominal, with Lnke at 24.50 to 25.00; Electrolytic, 24.00 to 24.50
aud Casting, 2tf00 to 23.50.
Load "was 2s0d lower at 19 10s in tho London market and quoted
at 0.00 to 0.25 locnlly.
Spelter was 5s lower at 25 15s in London, but remained dull and
unchanged at 0,75 to 0.85 lot-ally.
Iron was unchanged,
Bar silver, 54. Mexican dollars, 'Ifl'JJ.
TOSTAL QUITS PHOENIX
Western Union Takes Over Line on the
Eleventh of this Month
Tho Postal Telegraph company will
discontinue its Phoenix office on tho
12th of the present mouth and it will
bo two or three months before another
is established, say tho Phoenix Ga
zette. Tho Western Union will take over
tho Postal line between hero and Ash
Folk on that date. ,, This is ill accord
ance with a contract between the
Santa Pe and the Western Union that
all the lines of tho former shall be
paralleled by Western Union wires, to
be used jointly by the two big com
panies. When the S. P. P. &. P. was con
structed a contract was signed with the
Postnl company for the paralleling of
tho road by u telegraph line. Since that
time tho Santa Fo lins absorbed the S.
P. P. &. P. and of course took ovor tho
contract with tho Postal.
Tho contract expires on tho 11th of
April. On tho 12th tho wires of the
Phoonix, Prescott & Aslf' Pork line will
bo joined with those of the Western
Union und tho fixtures of tho Postal
company in the Santa Fe office will be
, Just how long Phoonix will bo with
out n Postal ofiice Is hard to determine,
but it is supposed not longer than two
months. A line is being erected out of
Bisbeo and will oventuully reach Phoo
nix via Globe. From hero it will bo
extended to Ash Fork via Castle Hot
Miss Nora Seroghain, dressmaker, old
Ballground, one block oast now church.
Jack Roia always keeps
Fox & Sweonoy, mixologists.
In the Police Courts
Judgo Rawlings yesterday gave Ed
ward Riley thirty days and Michael
Fleming twenty days in jail for vag
lancy. Judgo Thomas sentenced Ramon
Soto to eight ilnys in jail for being
drunk and disorderly.
Has Changed Hands
The Motropolo Cnfo has changed
hands and is now under the manage
ment of Mr. Fred Temme. The place
will now bo known as tho Acuta hotel
and will be run strictly first-class in
overy respect. 150
The Globe Bank &. Sauings company,
incorporated, pays 4 per cent on term
deposits and always ready to make
loans on securities of all kinds.
Remember, your money back if for
any reason you want it when you got
glusses from Dr. Thomas. '09
A satisfied customer is my best ad
vertisement. M. C. Bonne, Central Mar
Storage room phone 601.
IS YOUR WATCH IN GOOD ORDER?
When was it oiled and cleaned lasij
It needs oiling and cleaning once
every 18 months at least, whether you
think it docs or not.
It needs that attention just as sure
as an engine doos 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
The H. H. Bru Company, Inc.
DEALERS IN LISTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES.
Thlrty-minuto quotations and privato wiro connections with Boston and
Now York markets.
Tho Duluth and Ishpcmingcurb markets a specialty.
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins.
TRY MY WIRE SERVICE.
Trust BuIIdirfg Globe, Arizona Telephone 1901
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Notico to Liquor Dealers
Tho law fixing the nununl license for
'otail dealers in spirituous liquors at
$300 per annum, payablo in advance,
wont into olTcct on April 1, 1907, and
laid liconso is now duo. All liquor
dealers in Gila county aro hereby not!
fiod to cnll and pay, or remit, the full
amount of tho liconso to me.
J. II. THOMPSON,
Sheriff and License Collector.
Globe, Ariz., April 3, 1907. 151
We have a few choiceresidence lots; also Income
properties on Broad street.
Gila County Abstract Company.
KELLY REALTY CO.
In tho District Court of tho Fifth Ju
dicial District of tho Territory of Ari
zona, in and for Gila County.
George H. Smalloy, Plaintiff, vs. R. II.
Rose, Dofondant. Order of Salo and
Undor and by virtuo of an ordor of
salo issued out of tho District Court
aforesaid, on tho 4th day of April, 1907,
and to mo as shoriff duly directed and
dolivcrcd, on a judgment rendered in
said Court in tho abovo entitled action,
on tho 30th day of March, 1007, for the
sum of $74.00 nnd legal interest and
costs, nnd $50 nttornoys' feo, and all
accruing costs upon the property which
I havo been ordered to sell in tho abovo
named order of salo, and described as
follows, to wit: All of tho defendant's
right, titlo and interest in and to tho
following dosenbed mining clninis: Gila
Monster No. 1, Gila Monster No. 2,
Smoltor Mine, Smelter Mine No. 2, all of
said mining claims situated in tho Globo
Mining District,-in Gila County, Ari
zona. Public notico is hereby giVen that I
will, at tho door of tho sheriff's ofiice,
at tho hour of 10 o'clock, A. M., on
Monday, April 20, 1007, soil at public
auction to the highest bidder and best
biddor for cash in lawful money oi the
Unitod States, all tho right, titlo, claim
and intorest of tho nbovo-nnmed do
fondant, In, of and to tho nbovo des
cribed property, or so much thereof as
may be "necessary to satisfy said judg
ment, intorest, costs and accruing costs.
J. II. THOMPSON,
Shoriff of Gila County.
By J. W. YORIS,
Chiof Deputy Sheriff.
Dnte'd April 4, 1907. ,
THE CITY BAKERY
Scpble, Sobey & Co.'s
BREAD, PIES AND CAKES
See our display in the window today
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
- Capital and Surplus, $100,000
L. D. UlCKETTS D. W. WlCKEBSIIAM
A. T. Thomson H. S.
C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy
I. E. Solomon
T. A. Pascoe
All classes of accounts Invited Foreign exchange at lowest rates
Buys one of the best homes in Globe.
We have bargains in lots and bargains in homes.
Keep your other eye on Greater Globe.
Buying or selling give us a call. Our deals are
straight, our bargains good.
HOME INVESTMENT CO.
J. W. HOQUE, Manager
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The Central Market
M. C. BONNE, Proprietor
It Leads 'Em AH
Everything and anything the market affords
hand at all times
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Just one of our
"THATCHER" Butter is
BUY THE BEST!
Don't pay for cheap stuff
R. E. HOLBROOK
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Modern Conveniences and the Best of Service
A big hat
Spring has come, also have our Straw
Hats. We have the largest assortment
ever seen in Globe.
Have a Hat for Every Man
and Boy in the City
New Materias, new styles. Prices from
2nc to $6.00. Don't miss the opportun
ity of seeing this big line.
THE TENNIS GIRL
All the- stores have them.
There are none
THESOLOMON-WIOKERSHAM CO., Sole Distributors
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