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Sunday, April 28, 190 .
'. UMILT AnlIUINM OILVLn DE-LI
Wall Paper, Paints
Doljph Baatz, Prop.
BRIGADIER GENERAL THOMAS H. BARRY, WHO IS IN C0M
i MAND IN CUBA.
Brigadier General Tliomns IT. Bnrry, commnmllng the United States array
forces now in Cuba, has had wide experience in military affairs. A native of
Now York, he was graduated from West Point, at the age of twenty-two, in
1877. He served llrst In the cavalry and later in the infantry, rising to the
rank of lieutenant colonel by the time of the Spanish war. Ho was made a
'brigadier general of volunteers and .served in the China relief expedition and
in the Philippines. He was chief of staff for the Philippine- forces. In tho
Bummer of 1003 General Barry became a brigadier in tho regular army.
THE EIOH WHO GIVE
A Dafcnso of this Glass by Jacob H.
Schiff, .a Well Known Observer
. Jacob II. Sehiflf was one of tho guests
of honor at the dinner of tho Now York
Post-graduate Mcdieal sohool at Del
monico's lant night. .
"1 was invited to tho peaqo ban
quet," said he, "but 1 decided, thntfl
would rather bo with you, After all,
this is as cflicient a meeting as the con
gress. You, who try to euro diseased
minds and bodios, aro tho truo mission
aries of peace."
Then he took as his text an announce
ment lupdo earlier in the evening by Dr.
G. N. Miller, sccrotary of tho institu
tion. The Jones bequest of from $110,
Q00 to $115,000 will be paid next week
with $25,000 to $30,000 to come later.
This will reduce the debt on the Post
graduate hospital to $300,000. Mr.
Schilf congratulated the institution, and
proceeded to express his. views upon tho
benefactions of the wealthy.
"If only rich men," he said, "who
do so much for education and art would
do eoniething for tho medical schools
they would effect more good. Thoy
should support not only tho schools at
tached to univorsities, bat those situ
ated in great cities, where tho material
for medical study is plentiful.
"Wo hear much of the responsibility
of the classes to the masses. Gentle
men, I am not sure whether tho masses
do their duty as thoroughly as do the
clashes. I am filled with admiration for
men like Kockofeller and Morgan. and
tho others of whom Dr. Miller spoke.
Thoy have great fortunes, but thoy di
icct their diffusion rightly. Their wealth
is liko a resorvojr, into which run little
streams from tho mountains, which of
thomselvea would be of no U3o to mant
Mr. Schi ffthen pointed out that tho
medical profession could do much to
assist the classes in tho management of
tho wealth they had collected from tho
lnnKOB by showing tho general run of
mankind that it was a goud thing that
the moans of doing things had been
concentrated in tho hands of the fow
who could use them wisely.
"You dortors," he said, "who come
into touch with all classes, cannot do
better than to tench toleration .of the
wealthy man. At present .the men who
have gathered great fortunes aro in
discriminately condemned. ,
"I congrnti.lato you on what you
have accomplished. The city and coun
try hnvo the light to bo proud of your
achievements. Thoso who .coino- from
Europe may s y there js here too iinuch
bushiess, too -mich rush. But when
thoy as kfor palaces and castles let
them look, at par .universities and li
braries oven i thoy aro Carncgio li
braries. jLot tlcm listen-to our men of
sciuueo. They aro our real princes."
Now York Times.
We carry everything Ladies
need in "Ready-to-Wear Garments'
Lcdios' fashionablo tailor-made Prin
cess and Empiro Gowns, in silk, satin,
crepe de chine, otc. Lato importations
of popular, seasonable and alluring cro-ations.
Ladies' silk Shirt Waist Suits, also
foulard, Jumper,' suspender and Jacket
Suits. Beautiful and favorite designs.
Ladies' long and short Coats, in lace,
silk and pongee. Also silk cravenetto
and other grades of traveling coats.
Nothing but puro cream used jn mak
ing our ice cronn. Try n quart at tho
Opera Houso Confectionery. 195
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 215.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, April Si, 1907. Notico is hora
by given that Tom Doylo, of Globe, Ari
zona, has made application for patont to
tho H. S. Fraction lodo mining claim,
Survey No. 2310, situated in tho Globe
Mining District, in Gila County, Ari
zona, in Sections 21 and 23, Tp. 1 N.,
11. 15 -K., G. & S. K. B. & M.. described
as follows: Beginning at Cor. No. 1,
whenco tho S. Cor. of Sec. 24, Tp.
1 N., 15. 15 E., G. A S. K. B. & M., bears
S. 00 deg. 30 min. V 2S9.9 feet; thonce
S. 70 dog. 27 min. Y 1493 feet to Cor.
No. 2; thenco N. 11 deg. 40 min. W.
5S3.4 feet to Cor. No. 3; thenco N. 70
deg. 27 min. E. 1495 foot to Cor. No.
4; thenco S. 11 deg. 40 min. E. 5S3.4
foot to Cor. No. 1, tho place of begin
ning. Conflict with Baltimoro claim,
Survoy No. 2329, containing 5.358 acres,
and conflict with Castlo Hill unsur
veyed claim, containing .520 acre, aro
excluded. Location notices aro recorded
in Records of Mines, County Recorder's
ofllco of said Gila County, as follows:
Original, Book 9, pago 183; amended,
Book 8, pago 348. Adjoining and con
flicting claims are Mulo Shoo on tho
north; Fraction on tho northeast; Tiger
and Baltimoro on tho cast; Baltimore,
Clinton and Castlo Hill on tho south;
and Castlo Hill on tho west. MILTON
R. MOORE, Begister.
First publication April 7, 1907. 213
iafford Ice and Creamery Co,
. Largo and select assortment of ladies'
walking and dress Skirts. Prices reasonable.
Waists, all styles in silk, lace, net,
lawn and mulL etc., for ladies and
Finest display of Silk Petticoats ever
seen in Globe. Brocado3, embroidered
and plaid creations, in solid and mod
ern color combinations.
Henderson and La Princesse Corsets;
tho correct foundation for a perfect fit
ting gown. Evory pair guaranteed;
$5.00 to $20.00. Other grades at lower
Introduced to meet most recent de
mands; select and artistic designs in
ladieu and children's ready to wear
Ladies', misses.' and children's
drcssc3 in all summer materials; also
finest lino of ladies' muslin underwear.
We carry a Complete Line of Wall Paper,
Ready-mixed Paints, Varnishes and Brushes
We will paper, paint or tint your house for
you at the lowest possible figures. If you
have any work in our line, do not fail to see
us before having it xlone., If you cannot
call, phone us, and; we will call : on you
SATISFACTION IS OUlf MOTTO
G. S. VAN WAGENEN
Next to the Post Office
Hollow Concrete Building Blocks
:MADE TO ORDER DIMENSIONS:
ADVANTAGES OF HOLLOW CON
Cheapness of construction; buildings warm
In winter, cool In Miinmer, dry ventilated
walls, tire and dust proof; Insurance fa
cheapen requires no pulntlrw or repairs:
blocks can be laid In the wall rapidly ami
require but little mortar, phuteilng may
bo done on tbu lincU of ihe utone, saving
luthlng: free from ruts, ujIoo or vermin;
perfectly sanitary, reMstH rain nOd dries
qulouly, while kolla wulls remain 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 Cuilding Promptly
Furnished. Call at
Two-story Concrete Block House, West
of Globe Lumber Yard
FL e. holbrook
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All Work Guaranteed
GLOBE OFFICE BUILDING
YVi1 tSvI1 '" v vivI,,J,v,j'lMIZ,v2wi" vmlnf'vvv
I Palace Pharmacy ! GLOBE DRUG STORE
Feed, Hay and Grain Stable
New Livery Rigs for Hire. We make a specialty
of buying and selling horses and vehicles
of every kind
Wholesale and Eotail
t Sole Agents for Diamond Edge Cut
lery, Huyicr's Candies
! J Finest line of Toilet Articles. Soaps, Per
, , fumes, Pipes, Cigars and Tobaccos
' ' Come in an, hear our new Edison Rec-
Phonographs on tlmo
Agents for Edison Phonographs and v
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies ' X
4-M"M"M"H"M"M M 1 U H Hl"l
W. R. NORTON Architect
Room 12, Globe Building
. Telephone 1031
IF IT'S BELIABLE mining informa
tion you want about Globo quadran
gle, order tho Arizona Silver Belt.
IF YOU HAVE property hero you need
tho Silver Belt
IF YOU HAVE no interests here, sub
scribe to keep in touch with tho roost
progressive copper camp in Arizona.
Arizona Silver Belt per year S2.60 m
Ladies' Hosiery, Shoes, Slippers, Tics,
Silk Gowns," Eobes; Dressing Sacqiics,
Etc. " ' " '
Manufactcrcrs and Dealers in
liffh Grade Butter,
. milk and Cream
For Salo by
SCOBLE, SOBEY & CO.
. SULTAN EROTHEKS
WILLIAM MILL WILLIAMS
. ABRAHAM BROTHEES
CALL FOR S AFFORD
And Accept No Other Evory pound guaranteed fresh and puro
Quality. of foods and reliability- of
every transaction guaranteed or money
You take no "risk and'ypu aro safe1
when you trado at
ce and Creamery Co. s
X aflr-r-UKU, AKI1UNA g
Successor to E. F. Kellner Lumber Co.
Lumber of Every Description
Doors, Windows, Lath, Shingles,
to Scrye You
Wm. Whalley, Prop.
- v- 'IIJB''. 4.
Oxgandle's, Xawns, Dotted Swiss,
Picco Goods, Etc.
1 ' 'iU
Ladies' Elding Skirt3.
Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, Belts;
Hand Bags and Pur3cs, Fancy Goods,
Novelties, Notions, Hair Goods, Combe,
Switches, Etc., Other articles too nu
merous to mention.
MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT
Dolph Baaiz, Prop.
. . BROAD, STREET
North of Bridge GLOBE. ARIZ.
E. T. GREEN
Carpenter and Builder
P. O. Box 976 Res. Pioneer Dairy
For 1 908-Now taking orders at this office
TO THOSE WHO HAVE
And Are Looking for a
Good, Safe and
j j&dft ' ' Globe, -Arizona, -is'orie of the best known mining camps in the
;. avuiiu ctaiv AiNj. liicin ijubifcju m mining. me u. o. ueoiogic
; 'ijSpeda'list, Pr'ofessor Frederick A. Ransome, gives us 243 square.
The mines of this district produce the richest per cent ores in the.
''"world. Butte, Montana, has produced over $900,000,000.00 from
' 600-acres of land and from ores which averaged less than 6. per
cent copper, 'and the Michigan average is less than 2 per cent
copper. You may not know that we have many good properties
in this district which run from 5 to 34 per cent copper besides '
good silver and gold.
. . We have organized a cornoration, and incorporated under the
Arizona Jaws, the purpose of which is. to take up these many
properties, organize them into companies and sell enough treas
ury stock to put them to the point of self maintenance and divi
.; dehds. We are now "handling stock of that splendid property
. known as the GLOBE-ARIZONA and respectfully refer any one,'.
as to mat properiy or ourselves, to any panic, business or mining
'man in Globe.
F. L. Toombs, Prest.
J. B. Newman, Vice Prest.
S. L.' Gibson JSec'y-Tresif
I J. A. "RorMpnnV 'frianV Mow '
? y f $aS XI'1 X 51 "i $$?
& DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
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