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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Wednesday,-April 17, 1907
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Better Call Early
WE HAD $100,000 TO LOAN LAST WEEK, BUT $00,000 HAVE AL
READY BEEN LOANED; ONLY $40,000 LEFT AND THAT WILL.
SOON BE GONE.
Better Call Early
ONE THREE-R00M HOUSE ON PASOOE HILL, A BARGAIN AT
ONE FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON PASCOE HILL, ANOTHER BAR
GAIN AT $1,700.
ONE THREE-ROOM HOUSE ON BALLGROUND, ANOTHER BAR
GAIN AT $800.
BOARDING AND LODGING HOUSE ON NOFTSGER HILL ON
MANY OTHER GOOD PROPOSITIONS ALL OVER THE OITY.
Insurance, Real Estate and Loans
A SQUARE DEAL
PHILLIPSON & HAGEN
Office hours: 8 a. m., to 6 p. m 7. p. m. to 8 p. m.
OFFICE, Over Postoffice, Globe, Arizona
3LQBE SIGHTS AND
ntrrjut News of Busy Globe Told la
Lamar Cobb left yesterday for the
Indian reservation for tho purpose of
doing some engineering work.
Colonel Thomas Farish returned last
evening from Phoeuix, whore ho has
been visiting his family.
Seats can be secured for "Tho Red
Domino" at the Palace Pharmacy be
fore G o'clock this evening.
.lim Dodson, who camo hero with the
remains of the late Judge Edwards, re
turned to Phoenix yesterday morning.
Rev. George Selby, rector of St.
.lohn's church, is at Douglas attending
the Episcopal convocation, now in ses
The ladies of tho Catholic Altar so
ciety meet with Mrs. A. A. Altmcir
Thursday afternoon, April IS, at 3
o'clock, East Globe.
Chuck Rogers left yesterday morning
for Los Angeles and Santa Monica,
lie has recently acquired a handsome
home in tho latter city.
Fred T. Bragonier and Frank Gill
roturncd last evening from Bisbeo and
other points in Cochiso county, where
they spent a week on mining business.
Billy Morrison, ono of tho old-time
knights of tho grip, came in last even
ing from a trip to Sonora, Mexico,
whore he sold goods attended by a
J. J. Habccker of tho Giant King
Mining company left yesterday morn
ing for his home in Philadelphia after
spending several days in Globo looking
after his mining interests.
Georgo L. Fisher, export for tho
Mitchell Mining company, arrived in
tho city last evening from El Paso,
where he makes his home. He will re
main hero several days on business for
the Mitchell people.
The Ladies' Aid of tho M. E. church
gave a musical entertainment last night
repeating the program of "Old Fash
ioned Songs" rendered several weeks
ago. Tho numbers included vocal solos,
duets, quartets and instrumental pieces,
which were well executed and thor
oughly enjoyed by tho audience
J. C. Jaynes, brother of Clerk of
Court Allen B. Jaynes, is in the city en
KELLY REALTY CO.
Gila County Abstract Company
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY.
Globe Office Building, over Brown's New Stores.
Rooms Nos. 19-21-23
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 Company.
If You Want to Buy, Sell, or Rent call on the
KELLY REALTY CO.
route to Patngonia from Globe. Mr,
Jones is a mining ongineor and until
quito recently was in tho employ of
tho Old Dominion Copper company. Ho
resigned his position thero to take
charge of the engineering forco em
ployed by the Patagonia company.
Georgo II. Kelly, editor of the Doug
las International-American, who has
been spending several days at tho homo
of Attomoy C. F. Rawlins, leaves this
morning for Solomonvillo, whore ho will
spend a day renewing old acquaint
ances. Mrs. Kelly, who has been a
guest of hor danghtor for a month, will
leave tomorrow and will bo joined by
Mr. Kelly at Solomonville.
"Got tho hnbit" go to Tho Dime.
Choice beef, pasturo fed and the
finest to bo had anywhere. Globe Meat
Infant Child Dies
Lillian V., the sovontcon-day-old in
fnnt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Houdorson, died yestorday afternoon
and the funeral will bo held this morn
ing at 10 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Hen
dorson have the sympathy of tho com
munity in their bereavement,.
Fine fresh Kansas pork.
Storage room phone 601.
Tho Arnold Case i
The caso of the Torritory vs. Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Arnold, charged with
obtaining money upon falso represen
tations, is set for 3 o'clock this after
noon in Judgo Thomas court.
"Got tho habit" go to The Dime.
Notico to Stockholders
Persons holding rccoipts for money
to got stock in the McMillen-Stonewall
Mining company can securo their cer
tificates at Georgo Hill's law oflico in
tho Globe Oflico building. 163
Misses Scrogham and Wright havo
opened dressmaking parlors two doors
south Baptist church. 159
Is ono of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class In
his line. Call and bo convinced.
'Got tho habit" go to Tho Dime.
THE SILVER BELT
TO NEW ZEALAND
Tourist Who Passed Through
Globe a Few Years Ago
Wants the Paper
Tho following lottor was rocoived by
tho Silvor Bolt yosterdny and spoaks
Auckland, New Zealand,
March 11, 1907.
Editor of Silver Bolt:
Dear Sir: A few years ago a touring
party from horo visited Globo on our
way to California.
Wo had hoard so much of Amorican
cowboys and Indians that wo thought
it worth our while to stago the long
way to got to tho most out of tho way
towns, as it was spoken of by Cook's,
who wo woro traveling undor.
We havo novor regretted our experi
ence and often talk of the trip.
Tho object of this letter is to get in
touch with tho placo and try to livo
over again tho joy of entering for the
first time a country so wiord, wild,
grand and altogether beautiful.
Will you sond me a paper each week
up to amount enclosed. Meanwhile,
write mo what it will cost for ono year,
including postago, and will send by re
turn. I am
Cor. Salisbury and Bradford Stroets,
P. S. Wo got our mail from San
Francisco every three weeks.
The new cash rogister at Bonne's Cen
tral Market will commonco Issuing tick
ets on Saturday morning, March SO, to
ovory cosh customer. On roturn of
these coupon tlckots to tho amount of
$10 the customer will receive 50 cents
in trade. Save your coupons. 173
"Dot tho habit "go to Tho Dime.
OlOBlng of tho Paris Morgue
Thero is a lady, a member of a for
olgn aristocracy, who, tho moment she
arrives in Paris, drives off to tho
morgue Apparently it gives her an
agreeable sensation boforo dinner. No
self-respecting British tourist ever
missed tho morgue if he could help it;
that is the standing joko of Paris. Yet
tho Parisian himsolf can bo a very
morbid creature. On the morrow of a
crimo it is astonishing to see the buses
disgorge in front of thp lugubrious lit
tle building; tho world hurries in to
havo a look at tho victim before busi
ness hours. Well, theso innocent pleas
ures arc to bo .stopped; M. Lepino says
so. Ho has not been nblo to find an
other site for tho melancholy monument
but ho has decided to closo its doors
to tho merely curious. Only those who
havo information to give tending to
identification will be admitted in tho
future. That famous sketch of Cham's
representing two "voyous" in conver
sation outside tho morguo, with tho le
gend: "Ah, how 'tristo' it is today;
thoro is nobody there," has become a
more historical document. London Pall
"Get the habit" go to Tho Dimo.
Storage room phono 001.
Misses Scrogham and Wright, dress-
makors, next door Baptist parsonage.
Contention as to Drink
Twenty doctors in England hnvo
stirred up a great controversy in that
kingdom by publishing a signed mani
festo in the London Lancet last week
justifying tho uso of alcohol as a med
icine and a food.
In their declaration theso physicians
boldly assume that they aro indorsing
the "universal belief of civilized man
kind." Hho friends of temperance in
Great Britain aro now marshaling the
opinions of othor medical men to provo
that tho enlightened world has given
no such unanimous verdict in favor
Tho discussion has begun to attract
attention in America.
Against tho testimony of these few
London doctors is tho experience of the
ages that the value of liquor is a dolu
slon and its continued uso a curse.
That it has therapeutic uses when
the heart action flogs may bo conceded.
Too often, however, tho physical ills
it temporarily allays havo been brought
anout through tho excessive indulgonco
in drink in some poriod of the pa-
a v. moh luia iiiuuiicau.
Phone In your want ads. Main 231.
Picture Restored Woman's Reason
Mrs. B. Liborto. wifn nf n wnll.tn.
do Italian merchant of Verona, is fall
ing a victim to melancholy for an odd
reason. Six years aj?o. aftor tho birth
of a child, her mind became affected
ana ner husband sent to Italy for a
picture she valued hichlv and with
which her happiest girlhood days woro
associated, wnon tho picturo was hung
up in hor room it seomod to havo nn
almost instant effect. Hor mind bo-
camo quieter and sho recovorcd.
On iuastor Sunday ovonine somo rois
tering countrymon fired revolvers in a
recKicss iasnion to celebrato the occa
sion, and a bullot which entored the
Liborto house did no further damn
than to shatter this important picture.
Since then Mrs. Liborto has acted oddly
again and her husband has begun a
search for a duplicate of tho picturo in
hope of rostoring hor mind. Pittsburg
dispatch to tho Philadelphia Press.
IF YOU HAVE no interests horo, sub
scribe to keep in touch with tho most
progrossivo copper camp in Arizona.
Ariaona Silver Belt por year $2.50 iu
COPPER METAL MARKET
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, April 1(1. Coppor had n partial recovery in London
with spot and futures nt 00 10s. Locally tho market was dull and
nominal. Lake ras quoted nt 24.00 to 25.00; Electrolytic, 23.50 to
24.50; Costing, 22.50 to 23.00.
Lead was unchanged at 0.00 to 0.10 locally and 19 17s Cd in
Spelter was 5s lower at 25 10s nt London. Locally tho market
was dull and unchaugod at 0.70 to 0.80.
Iron locally unchanged.
Bar silver, 05. Moxican dollars, 50.
HENDERSON Tho funeral of Lillian
V., infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Ilendorson, will tako placo
from the family rcsidonco Wednes
day, April 17, at 10 a. m. Frionds
EDWARDS FUNERAL IS
VERY LARGELY ATTENDED
Tho funeral of tho lato Judgo E. J.
Edwards was held yostorday aftornoon
and was very largely attended by rela
tives and frionds of tho deceased. Ser
vices were conductod at tho Methodist
church, which was crowded throughout
by those who had come to pay thoir last
respects. Rev. Decker read tho Epis
copal service and music was furnished
by a malo quartet and a mixed choir.
In behalf of the Gila County Bar as
sociatiou, Attorney Georgo J. Stone
man delivcrod a very expressivo eulogy,
a higli and feeling Uributo to tho life
of the doceased. A largo concourse
followed the remains to the cemetery
in carriages and on foot and tho mem
bers of the A. O. U. W. marched in a
body to tho grave.
The pallbearers were selected from
tho Gila County Bar association, the
sorrowful duty being performed by At
tornoys Lucas, Eggers, McCollum, Wein
bergcr, Little and Jacobs.
I will not be responsible ior any
debts incurred by my wife, Agata Gut
coleto. PETE GIACOLETO.
"Get tho habit" go to Tho Dime.
An Old-Time Showman
Mr. Chnrles Riggs, father of the
star of "Tho College Boy" company,
Ralph Riggs, was a enllor at tho Sil
ver Belt yesterday.
Mr. Riggs was the manager of the
Rose Stillman company which was the
opening attraction the old Odd Fel
lows opera house. This attraction
played a wcok in Globe at the time of
the opening m.d many of tho old-timers
will remember Rose Stillman, tho star
of the company. Hor repertoire at that
time was "La Belle Marie," "Queen's
Evidence," "Jano," "Charley's
Aunt," "Tho Senator" and other well
known comedies and dramas. The com
pany was brought here nt tho instiga
tion of Vic Bloom and J. J. Kecgan,
who saw the show iu Phoenix and in
duced Manager Riggs to cancel other
time and bring his show to Globo. The
result was highly satisfactory nnd as
the company was clover, thoy did an
enormous business and made many
Mr. Riggs is astonished at the won
derful strides that Globe has made in
the past ten years and makes all sorts
of nice prophecies for tho future. He
expresses his pleasure at tho big busi
ness and hearty welcomo accorded his
son Ralph and his clover organization
that played "Tho College Boy" at tho
Dreamland theater last night.
A dollar's worth of fun for ten cents
at The Dimo.
Train Bowls Rock Half a Milo
Tho Capitol Express, on the Central
Now England railway, carrying stato
legislators, yesterday struck a bowlder
west of Canaan. The train was stopped
but as tho bowlder was not in sight, Ed
ward Smith, tho Engine driver, sup
posed it had gone down tho embank
ment and resumed his journey.
After running a half mile the train
was .again stopped because of unusual
vibration felt in tho cab, and investiga
tion showed that the rock had gone
under the pilot and had been tumbled
over nnd over in front of the locomo
tive. The pilot and ties were badly
splintered. That the train wns not de
railed and thrown down the embank
ment was considered amazing. Win
sted, Conn., dispatch to Now York Her
Is ono of Globo 's oldest and best
known cafos; everything first-class In
his lino. Call and be convinced.
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The H. H. Bru
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THE SOLOMON-WICKERSHAM CO., Sole Distributors
BISBEE STRIKE NOT WITHOUT
ITS HUMOROUS INCIDENTS
Fred T. Bragonier, who returned from
a weok's stay nt Bisbeo last evening,
states that tho brunt of tho strike is
falling on tho business mon of tho city.
In many instances the merchants have
purchased largo stocks of goods and
business is naturally crippled at a timo
when it would bo otherwise vory heavy.
Mr. Bragonier says that while thero is
vory little diuordorly conduct, there is
occasionally a clash botwoen a miner
and a union sympathizer or picket. Ho
saw one old-time miner going to work
with his dinner buckotyin his hand,
when a young man standing on a cor
ner yelled "Scab!" at him. The old
man dropped tho pail and walked over
to the man and asked him if ho hod
dalled him a "scab." Ho answered
that ho had and tho old man pitched
into him. Tho young man was taken
unawares, as he did not think the old
man would scrap, and tho latter got
in u few hard licks before tho younger
mon recovered himself. Then tho old
man got tho worst of tho encounter.
With somewhat disarranged features
ho got up from tho ground, recovered
his pail and resumed his journey, prob
ably convinced that his fighting days
The Acme Hotel and Cafe, under tho
management of Mr. Fred Tomme, is
again assuming a prosperous air. Every
thing to oat and drink of the best qual
ity. A cool glass of beer and all wines,
liquors and cigars aro of tho highest
grade. Drop in at this popular place
and see. ' tf.
"Get tho habit" go to Tho Dime.
Havo you bought any W. & D. Auto
matic Wrench stock! If not, buy at
once. Inquire of Frank Williams or Mr.
Kinney at Dominion hotel. Ifil
Storago room phono G01.
Yovr 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
vertisement. M. C. Bonne, Central Mar
A Remarkable Fact
Georgo J. Roskrugc is afflicted with
a small tumorous growth on tho lower
left eyelid. On consultation with it
specialist ho was advised to have it
cut out. Instead of doing so, however,
he has undertaken to cure himself by
means of absorption in the body. Such
a way of doing necessitated an almost
total abstinence from food, and this
nractico ho rigidly carried out. It is
uow thirty days sinco he ate a particle
of solid food in any form. His diet
consists of a pint of hot water into
which a small piece of lemon has been
squeezed, morning, noon and night. On
an average his loss of flesh has been
equal to about two-thirds of a pound
a day. That is, ho weighs less by twen
ty pounds than he did thirty days ago.
He claim? to feel no discomfort from
his long period of fasting, but to tho
contrary sayB 4io feels better generally
and is more capable of doing a day's
work than when he begn this drastic
course of treatment. The tumor has
been reduced in sizo and he is of tho
opinion that it is on tho highway to
absorption and extinction.
Commencing today he will partake
sufficiently of food to again build up
tho body and later, if necessary, he
will resume his starvation diet. Tucson
Globe, Ariz., April 9, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that J. C.
Britt is no longer in the employ of, or
in any way connected with the under
signed, and said company will not be
responsible for any debts or obligations
contracted by him.
183 MITCHELL MINING CO.
Havo you bought nny W. & D. Auto
matic Wronch stock f If not, buy nt
onfie. Inquire of Frank Williams or Mr.
Kin soy nt Dominion hotel. 164
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All classes of accounts Invited Foreign exchange at lowest rates
J. WATT HOGUE
YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE
$1,660, part time, buys one of tho best homes in Globe to go at this
price. Property must bo sold this week.
$1,000 buys two houses and two lots, fine location. $500 can be paid at
$12.50 per month. This Is a snap to someone who pays rent. IF YOU
WANT THIS PROPERTY COME EARLY.
$125 BUYS NICE LOT CLOSE TO DREAMLAND.
$275 BUYS FINE BUILDING LOT, GOOD LOCATION.
$150 buys nice lot Pascoe hilL
Lots for sale In all portions of Globe.
$2C0 buys nico lot, Noftsger hill, close to mines.
RAILROAD ADDITION LOTS, $250 and $300; $25 cash, balance $12.50
per month. Lots 50x100 feet, streets and alleys.
At any time yon have a bargain to sell or wish to purchase a lot or a
home, give us a call. We are in the bargain business and it is your
business to do business where you can make your dollars do the most
good in and around GREATER GLOBE.
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One day of the big Mid-Spring Lawn Sale has
passed and the store was full all day,
and all found the goods as was adver
tised and is still advertised.
Lawns Laces Hats Notions
Plenty left for you. "
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