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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Friday, April 12, 17
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ARIZONA SILVER BELT
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Advertising ratos made known on application.
As yet William R. Hearst has not do
.manded tho oponing ot the Chicago bal
A Minnesota miner has established
a precedent. He has inherited $75,000
and has not declared that ho will remain
at work underground.
Following n raise in wnges to opcr
ators tho tolegrnph companies linvo
mixed the price of messages. As usual,
the dear peoplo pay tho freight.
President Roosevelt might find so mo
promising candidates for his Ananias
club among the few remaining support
t'rs of joint statehood in Arizona.
The Kl Paso Times in commenting on
.the udveut of tho peekaboo waist says
it makes hot weather a real pleasure.
To whom, the wearer, the weathor or
A Columbia university scientist has
disjovercd a new sun spot, but ho say?
ho does not think it will eauso any
.storms. This probably does not include
Of all the great railroads of tho conn
try, tho Northern Pacific olfors tho bst
inducements for the aspiring young
,inan. Louis Hill started in as tho son
of the president and now ho is tho pros
ident of tho road himself.
William J. Bryan has declared his
preference of La Toilette for president
rather than Roosevelt, if tho Demo
crats wero to namo any Republican.
He is far too modest, however, to make
public his real preference for the White
Tho Hormann trial in Washington,
which has had to play second fiddle
whilo tho Thaw trial was in progress,
will now have added impetus and Honoy
is patting himself for having delayed
the Ruef and Schmitz trials until tho
New York attraction had finished its
THE BROWNSVUJE MYSTERY
Alter two months of investigation the
Ilrowuaville ntfray is inoro of a mystery
than ever. The committee on military
affairs of the senate has taken a recess
until May J4, when it will begin the ex
amination of the people of Brownsvillo
who are supposed to have personal
knowledgo of tho affray.
Xot the slightest admission was so
fiired from tho negro soldiers by tTTe
skilled interrogators of tho soiiato com
mittee tending to prove that tho sol-
, dierH had done tho shooting or had any
knowledgo of tho porsons who'did it.
"The army officers who were in charge of
the negro troops at Brownsville at tho
time of the affray testified that they
were now convinced that tho soldiers
vere innocent of tho assault upon tho
town. Major Penrose, upon whose re
port the president plnced much roliance
as to the guilt of tho soldrors, told the
committee that whilo at first no was
forced to boliovo tho soldiers had shot
up the town, ho hnd gradually reached
the conclusion that they wero innocent.
The fact that men of jjood roputation
and long service had suffered disgrace
without opening their mouths, when
thoy might have saved thomsolves if
they had had knowledgo of tho idontity
of tho guilty parties and had revealed
it, did much to convince Major Ponroso
that tho soldiers wero innocent. There
was much testimony, also, to the effect
that the night was so dark that it was
impossible to distinguish white mou
from negroes, or wliothor thoy wero uni
formed or not. Tho circumstances sur
rounding tho discarded cartridgo clips
also served to raiso-strong doubts of tho
soldiers ' guilt.
Tho Brownsvillo inquiry, by dovolop-
ing tho fact that the army oflicors con-
' corned havo changod their minds tonds
to mako the position of tho roviowing
authorities somewhat ombarrassiug. Tho
president based his punishment of tho
negro Soldiers upon tho information fur
nislied by tho officers and thoir recom
mendations based upon this information.
It now appears that tho information
was .fragmentary and much of it erro
neous, and the recommendations are not
such as would bo mado if tho officers
were to report on tho facts as dovel-
partly upon tho information furnished
by tho oflicors nt Brownsvillo, who thon
boliovod their mou guilty, and who now
boliovo thorn innocent.
The testimony of tho Brownsvillo peo
ple remains to bo heard and tested. It
will bo borne in mind, however, that
tho cross examination of these witnesses
will bo conducted by Sonntor Forakor,
who will morcilessly cut out tho hear
say testimony and tho unsworn state
ments which had so much weight with
tho nrmy officers who declared tho ne
gro soldiers guilty. Tho eyowltnessos
of tho affray were very Jew and thoir
testimony is conflicting. Tho outcome
of tho inquiry, thorofor, is very much
in doubt; and it is possible that the
Brownsvillo affray may becomo an in
soluble, mystery. Enough has boon es
tablished, at any rato, to raise a ica
sounblo doubt as to the guilt of the
Fino lino of ladies' hats just recoived
at tho Rackot Store. tf
THE GOLLEOE BOY IN
GLOBE TUESDAY NIGHT
Globe is to have a genuine metro
politan theatrical attraction next Tues
day evening, whon Ralph Riggs and
company nppenr in "Tho College Boy."
All newspnpcis in Arizona cities where
the play has boon produced are lavish
in thoir praiso of tho comedy. The -Bis-bee
Minor says of it:
Ono of tho best shows seen in Bisbee
this beasou was "Tho Collogo Boy,"
which Ralph Riggs and a capablo com
pany presented nt tho Bisbeo opera
house Wednesday evening. !sTot alone
P M v .l
performance that ho had secured th
sroturn of tho company for Sunday
night, April J4, when thoy will present
"Tho Red Feather."
1 NEW MEXICO
Old Tlmo Mining Man from Southwest
ern New Mexico Tolls of Boom In
Grant County Many Valuable Prop
erties Havo Been Transferred.
Charles Jlnydon, an old-time mining
prospector of the Pyramid mountains,
near Lordsburg, in Grant county, New
Mexico, who has been in Globe visiting
hi.s brother, George Haydon, a foreman
at the Mallory shaft of tho Globo Con
solidated" property, will return to his
homo today. Mr. Haydon is oue of the
old timers in southwestern New Mexico
and knows tho hills like a book. He
has piloted many miners through tho
mountain trails and knows good ore
and good surface indication when he
Mr. Haydon, who was foreman for
tho Century Gold Mining company for
several years, has resigned to accept
a more lucrative position with another
company. Mr. Haydon, who is at tho
Dominion hotol, in speaking of the Vir
ginia mining camp, said:
"Thoro is moro activity i ntho "camp
at present than for uany years. Tho
recent sale of tho Eighty-five mino by
tho Roberts & Leahy cqinpany to W.
P. Black of Denver for $75,000 has
awakened the camp. The Misor's Chest
property was recently taken over by
Tames O. Bcrryhill of Dcs Moines, Iowa.
Tho prfco paid was $5,500 at a forced
aalo. This property had exponded upon
it soveial years ago moro than $C0,O00.
Good shipping oro is boing taken out
and sent to Douglas daily. This mino
has paid for itself several times over
and growing bigger every day. Tho
Ncllio Bly, owned by somo Williams
poit, Pa., peoplo, is making good and
shipping good copper, gold and silver
ores. Tho Eighty-live mino is shipping
rich ore which is notting an avorago of
$1,000 to the .car. Tho Century Gold
Mining company and the Robort E. Leo
company will commenco operations in
tho near futuro. Tho Monte Rico com
pany, owned by somo capitalists of
Washington, Pa., will start tho oroc
tion of a concentrating mill within a
few weoks. There aro many groups
of claims that aro about to change
hands at handsome prices. These sales
to eastern people will mean more mines
in tho Virginii district.
"The flndiiig of rich copper oro in
this camp lia) stirred up now interest
and tho gold and silver mines aro now
boing oporatd for coppor. Tho ond of
the year will sco many now companies
operating ynd claims throughout the
mountainsare takon. Old Joe Rabov.
in 1878, is of tho opinion that tho camp
is at last to take its position with tho
other producers of southwestern Now
"In tho lyimball district, whero is
found tho old Volcano mine, activity is
spreading. Mr. Bcrryhill of Des Moines
has secured an option on tho Volcnno
proporty and will likely purchase, it.
It is an old silver mino and has hnd
expended upon it $100,000 in improve
ments. Tho opening of this mine will
rejuvenate this district. Tho Beck mine
is now running in full and nt Granite
gap much ore is boing shipped. Tho
Phelps Dodge company and tho Calumet
& Arizona pooplo havo their engineers
in these camps now looking up prop
erty. Every day brings now prospectors
who are looking for locations. From
present indications a great boom is in
store for southwestern New Mexico. "
F. O. E. Notice
All members of Globo Aerio HU, Fin
ternal Ordor of Eagles', and visiting
brothers in good standing nro requested
to bo present at tho next regular meet
ing, Sunday, April 11, as theie is im
portant business to bo attonded to. Af
tor tho business of the evening is con
cluded thoro will be a social session and
refreshments. S. R. LOWTH1AN,
Tho new cash roglster at Bonne's Cen
tral Markot will commenco Issuing tick
ets on Saturday morning, March 30, to
every cash customer. On return of
these coupon tickets to tho amount of
$10 tho customor will receive 50 cents
in trade. Save your coupons. 173
LEADVILLE GROUP SOLD
John Gloeson Takes Valuable Tomb
stone Proporty Under Option
was all of tho performance good, cloan,
wholesome comedy, with a laugh ovory
moment for tho audience, but the danc
ing was par excellence and Borne good
singing was done. As tho husband-son,
Ralph Riggs was excruciatingly funny,
both in word and action, while not a
member of tho company but showed
themsolvcs capable of what thoy did
and more. Tho house which greeted
them was a small one, but this, it is to
bo hoped, will not be repeated." Man-
ager Manahan announced during theH .nuse of tho chnraetcr of its su,.)lli(le
rn..ii.t. nm.A thnf lin 1,1.1 flflrtilrAil Til I - . .
An iiiiKrtuut mining deal was con
summated at Tombstono when the Lead
ville group of claims, near Glccsou and
about eighteen miles northeast of Tomb
atone, wero sold under bond to John
Glecson. The consideration is not given
publicity, but it is authoritatively re
ported "to bo $400,000. A payment of
$25,000 down was made through tho
First National bank of Tombstono to
the owners, William Holmes, 11. T.
Fitch and W. A. Storbeck.
The Leadville is an incorporated com
pany, and it is understood that the ne
gotiations control four-sixths fo tho
The three gentlemen named were the
original locators of tho proporty, whoso
confidence In thoir group is to be thus
Tho Leadville property is regarded
as a most valuable group, and while
tho negotiations wero conducted by Mr.
Gleeson, many rumors aro current that
tho Guggenheim or Phelps Dodgo in
terests were associated with tho deal.
It is announced, however, that work
is to bo prosecuted ou the property at
once and shipments mado to the El
Paso smelting works.
Tho Leadville has been opened to a
depth of 300 feot, with several hundred
feet of drifting on the ore bodies, which
are said to contain immonse reserves of
copper sulphide ores, and destined to
rank tho property in the bonanza class.
The Leadville has become famed be-
oro product and desirability of smelt
ing. The deal will mean much for
Tombstone and will bo tho moans of
directing capitnl to this sectfon, as ono
of the most inviting fields for mining
Globe, Ariz., April 0, 190".
Notice is hereby given that J. C.
Britt is no longer in the employ of, or
in any way connected with tho under
signed, and said company will not bo
resjionsiblc for any debts or obligations
contracted by him.
CANANEA & GLOBE EXPLORATION
& DEVELOPMENT CO. 183
Watch our display advertisement in
tomorrow morning's paper. We will
especially appeal to tho ladies. GLOBE
Dr. M. D. Thomas, the eye specialist,
has concludeu to stay in Globo until
April 20. The Dr. fits glasses and a fit
guaranteed. Money back if you are not
satisfied. Will call any part of tho city.
Telephone 731 or stop white tealn. 1G9
Seven Railway Kings of America
Of railway presidents in the United
States there aro hundreds. Of railway
kings there aro but seven. The presi
dent is the executive chief of a single
line. Tho king is tho financial ruler
of a system of nffiliated lines. He may
not be even an officer of any ono lino
and yet ho is the king of the system.
Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan, for instance,
does not hold any "important railroad
office, yet ho is the monarch over one
fifth of the mileage of tho United
States. Ex-Judgo William II. Moore,
tho king of tho Rock Island system, is
only a director of tho road. Ability to
run a railroad is ono thing. Ability to
nnanco a railroad or a system of rail
roads is another thing.
Tho soven kings in the order of their
importanco are: J. Pierpont Morgan,
Edward II. Harriman, William K. Van
dcrbilt, Henry C. Prick, James J. Hill,
George J. Gould and William H. Moore.
Their domain comprises moro than 101,
000 miles of railroad stock with earn
ings of $1,770,000,000 a year. Outside
of their seven dominions are to bo found
but 25 per cent of the total mileage of
tho country, and but 15 per dent of
tho railroad earnings. This nation of
forty-five sovoreign states seems to be
ontonng into a strugglo with thcsO sevoii
kings and their army of officors and
omploycos. Curront Liternturc for
MaRe Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under tblsbeno 10 cents per line tho first Insertion nnd a cents per line each
subsequent insertion Uy the mouth, Jl.00 per line No ud Inserted for lehStlmniO cents. All
uds under this head must be paid for In art nnoe, Discount to rcuir advertisers
TIMBER FRAMERS WANTED Ex
perienced men only. Apply to War
rior Copper Co., Black Warrior, Ariz.
TOOL SHARPENERS WANTED Ex
ponenced men only. Apply to War
rior Coppor Co., Black Warrior, Ariz.
WANTED Position as first-class cook,
city or country. R. K. Bennett, Gen
eral Delivery. 159
SHIFT BOSS WANTED Thoroughly
reliable, experienced and up to dnto
shift boss wanted to tako charge of
a crew of men at a producing mino
near Globe, Ariz.; n very desirable
position; school, Btoro and postoffice
in camp; references required; replies
confidential. G, Silver Belt office
waiters at the
WANTED Waitress at tho Webster
house, across creek from Arizona
steam laundry. 150
WANTED At Silver Bolt office, cot
ton rags for press washing.
TO LET Two room cabin for batch
ing. Inquire Mrs. .1. L. Knopfel, sec
ond house south of Hill street bridge.
FOR RENT Room in tho Postoffice
building. Apply nt Silver Belt office.
FOR RENT Four room furnished
houso; piano, bath, hot and cold run
ning water; rent for six months. In
quire of E. L. Higtlon. 150
FOR RENT Several noatly furnished
rooms nt tho McKovitt house, north
of bridge, over Angina & Zonovich
grocery store. 181
FOR RENT Three
Co., phono 1011.
room house with
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Pair gray buckskin gloves be
tween Sultan's grocery and Ball
grounds. Return to this office.
LOST Pair of gauntlet gloves; now
nutomobUo gloves, Howard for return
to this offici
thn Silver Belt Always up to
A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING
First Woman Police Justice
"Many daughters have douo worth
ily, but thou oxcellcst them all. Pro
verbs xxxi, 29."
Catharine Waugh MeCulloeh, Even
ston's successful candidate for police
jubtice and the only woman ever elect
ed to the office, yesterday received the
above telegram from the Rev. Kate
Hughes, pastor ot tho Unitarian church
in Table Grove, lib, and an ardent suf
fragist. Mrs. MeCulloeh has received congrat
ulations fiom judges all over the statu
ajid a number of woman suffrage clubs.
William S. Moore, her opponent in the
oleotiou, sent her ten dozen American
Beauty roses, with tho congratulations
of himself and wife.
She is certain that she will be al
lowed to assume office as soon as she
sends her certificate of election to
Springfield. She has not yet been offi
cially notified of her election and can
not take formal action until she re
ceives notification. Chicago Inter-Oeean.
la one of Globe's oldest and best)
knuwn cafes; everything first-class in
bit line. Call and be convinced.
A satisfied customer is my best ad
vertisement. M. O. Bonne, Central Mar
The Globe Bank & Savings company,
incorporated, pays 4 per cent on term
deposits and always ready to mako
loans on securities! of all kinds. 180
We receive Kansas poultry
week. Globe Meat Market.
Notico of Stockholders' Meotlng
March 28, 1900.
The annual mooting of the stockhold
its of Tho Koystono Copper (.o'lipnny
will bo held at tho office of L L. Henry,
iu the courthouse, at Globe, Arizona, tin
tho Uth day of April, 1907, it 2 o clock
p. in., for the purpose of electing dirtct
ors and for the transaction tit Mich
other business as may come befoie said
meeting L. E. WIGHT.MaN,
A dollar's worth of fun for ten cents
nt The- Dime.
Reflections of a Bachelor
A girl that doesn't get married can
mako everybody believe she is glad of
it but herself.
Tho difference between pleasure and
duty is the difference between going
fishing and to church.
A womnn will work harder to got a
nice, fresh complexion than a man will
to get a million dollars.
As peoplo always give ten times as
much in wedding presents as they get,
where does the difference got
A man has to know a lot about somo
particular thing not to be always trying
to show what he knows about every
thing. New York Prets.
Storage roonl phone C01.
Swellest goods in town. Ladles' suits,
cloaks, silk dresses and gowns, waists,
skirts, hosiery, millinery, new goods,
switches, fancy goods, etc. The People's
Store, Dolph Baatz, Prop., Globe, Ariz.
Go to the Central Market and rocoivo
a ticket with your purchase. 173
"Live and let live." Union
Market, O. Musgrave, proprietor.
Choice beef, pasture fed and the fin
est to be had anywhere. Globe Meat
Bergeron's orchestra will play tonight
at Dreamland for tho big dance nnd
will play each night until further no
tice. Come and henr this orchestra.
Choice hams and bacon, none finer
Globe Meat Market.
The Central Market coupon tlckots
are valuable. Save them. 173
Parties wanting brick can have their
wants promptly supplied by leaving
thoir orders nt the office of
GIBSON & HENDERSON,
Mines and Stock Exchange, Globe, Ariz.
Childhood's Worst Terror
An examination of 1,500 children re
cently made iu the, west of America
shows that thunderstorms are by far
the worst terror of childhood. After
ward, in the order set down, como
snakes, strangers, darkness, fire, death,
disease, wild animals, policemen, water,
insects untl ghosts. In the fear of rats
and inico girls exceed boys in the ratio
of 75 to 10. In boys fear begins to
diminish after tho fifteenth year, in
girls after' tho eighteenth. Dundee Advertiser.
Try our sausage, the very finest
quality. Globe Meat Murket.
Fine frosh Kansas pork.
-No flies In Bonne's Central Market.
Como and get your tickets. . 173
If you arc lost follow anybody; you
will bring up at The Dime:
Remember, your money back if for
nuj leasou you want it when you get
glasses from Dr. Thomas. G9
J. N. Porter, having bought a largo
block of Globo Bank & Savings com
pany stock, ho was duly elected vico
president thereof, nnd (during my ab
sence will bo the managing director of
The GJobo Bank &" Savings Company,
Incorporated. E. l KELLNER,
Globe, Ariz., April 9, 1907.
Notico is hereby given' that J. O.
Britt is no longor in tho employ of, or
in any way connected with tho under
signed, and said company will not bo
, ---, - :-";- w" """ .ujr, responsible tor any debts or obligations
the rochyo and Nestor of tho camp, contracted by him.
oped. The reports of Major Blocksom
and General Garlington woro.Mjascdj who eair'e there from Calumet, Mioh.) S
We Own the
We have ground that will please you. Step in as you
are going by. You don't have to climb any stairs,
just open the door and walk in. The horse and buggy
is always at your service and we are always glad
to show you what we have in the line of Realty Values
A FOUR ROOM
HOUSE FOR RENT
A large carload of Stoves and Ranges;
the World's best
Monarch Malleable Range
Moore's Merit Steel Range
-r Stewart's Steel Range
Excelsior Steel Range
Cast wood and coal Cook Stoves. Gasoline
Stoves and Ovens
A large car of Alaska Refrigerators and
Ice Chests, white enameled and plain, all
sizes and prices.
Alarge assortment of Art Squares and Rugs
Cheap and High Prices
J. P. McNElL
Opposite Miner's Union Hall
DO YOU WANT TO SAVfc MONEY
If so, trade at
MILL WILLIAMS' STORE
Liquors and Cigars
Boots and Shoes
Brown & Scanlan
Successors to I. 0. LOWTHIAN
Fuel, Feed and Groceries
P. O. Box 696 Telephone 751 Store Opp. Depot
Luke Angius - Steve Kristovich Nick Zenovich
TRY THE NEW FIRM
ANGIUS -ZENOVICH CO.
Dealers in Groceries and Provisions
Wines, Liquors, Gigars, Tobaccos, Etc.
Everything Reliable and Endorsed by Pure Food Law
P. O. Box 59l--Phone 1571 McKevitt Bldg., Globe, Arirona
The Finest Resort in Globe
Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines
Schlitz "and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
Finest rooms in the city.
Everything new, ratss
reasonable and special
inducements offered to
by the month
Bargains in Improved property too numerous to
mention. "Quick Turns and Short Commissions,"
Globe Real Estate Office
Next Door to Silver Belt
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cream and Bu'ter
milk in any quantity and
always on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Of the quality you want, in the
quantity you require, is our of
fer in Meats and Pouitry
Another offer we propose is
careful handling, cutting and
Still another, lowest semng
price the market will warrant
With such a combination,
proved by years of square
dealing, ought we not to nave
Pioneer Meat Co.
QUICK SERVICE, MEALS
AND SHORT ORDERS A
SPECIALTY. IN REAR
OF STAG SALOON : :
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