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DAlL? "ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Saturday, May 4, 1907
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Laer & Snaol
THE BEST INSURANCE IN
If you want your policy of insurauco written In the
best companies and written right, call on us or phono
us your wants.
The Best Real Estate Bargains In (
If you want tho proof, call on us; wo can produco tho
Money to Loan
Solo agents for tho host loan association in tho south
west. No stock proposition. Tho best contract, tho
lowest rato of intorest. Privilego to repay loan in
wholo or in part at any timo.
A GUARANTEED CONTRACT
A Square Deal In Everything
Clifton Saloon Man Dots Ten Years
Important Olla Volley Caso on Trial'
in Graham County Court Against the
Clifton Mining Companies.
COPPER METAL MARKET
By Associated Press. ,
NEW YORK, May 3. Copper was 10s higher in London today,
spot 105 15s and futures 104 5s. Locally tlio market was Btcndy,
Lake selling at 25.00 to 25.50; Electrolytic, 24.37'j to 24.75; Casting,
23.00 to 23.50.
Lend was unchanged nt 0.00 to 0.05 locally and 10 17s Od in Lon
don 'market. 3
Spoltor 'was unchanged at 20 in London and at 6.50 to O.CO in
New YorlL i W$M
Iron locally remained uncchngca.
Bar silver, 05. Mexican dollars, 50&.
PHILLIPSON & HAGEN
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE and LOANS
Phone 411 Offices, Post Office Bldg. Globe, Ariz.
GLOBE SIGHTS AND
Ourrsnt News of Busy Globe Told in
C. 1). Stephens, tho Fort Thomas
business man, is in tho city.
Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Castlo of Roose
velt are visitors in tho city.
V.,C. Richardson arrived in tho city
lasUovening from Phoenix on..a busi
W. A. Jackson, special agent for tho
Commercial Union Insurauco .company,
is a visitor in tho city.
A. C. Aloxnnder, proprietor of the
Indian Hot Springs, is in tho city on n
business and plcasuro visit.
The Globe Colts baseball team will
givo a danco at Dreamland this even
ing for tho purpose of raising fumls.
Weldon D. AVhelan of Los Angeles,
special agent for tho Fireman's Fund,
left yesterday morning for Phoenix
after spending a few days with Phillip
son & Hagen, tho local agents of the
'.Mr. and -Mrs. 11. r. uampueu oi
Villiamsport, Pa., arrived in the city
last evening for a visit of a fow days.
'"Mr. Campbell is tho son of E. B. Camp
bell, who is largely interested in Globe
mining properties, principally tho
Union Copper company arid the Cen
tral Copper company.
Card of Thanks
- Wo wish to' thank the people for their
aDie assistance in trying to save uur
hqme and in saving our furniture
Pleaso decept our heartfelt thanks.
MRS. N. E. TREVILLIAN,
Off for Kingman
Grand Representatives C. E. Lyon
and A.- A. Ollspn, in company with
Grand Inner Guard R. II. OUsqn, leave
this morning for Kingman, whero thoy
will nttond tho grand lodge, Knights of
Pythias, which will be held there May
6," 9 and 10.
OLEO, THE FAMOUS MIND READ
ER: HERE FOR A 8HORT TIME.
"Tho Stars and Stripes and You",
and "Jennie Leo" sung by Mr. James
at tho Lyric.
Thcro will bo a special meeting of
White Mountain Lodgo No. 3, F. & A.
M. tonight for the purposo of work, in
tho third degree. All members are re
quested to attend, visiting brothers are
cordially invited. By order of tho W.
M. 2 C. Anderson, secretary.
Is ono of Globo's oldest and best
known cafes; ovory thing first-class in
his lino. Call and bo convinced.
Nothing but pure cream used in mak
ing our ico cream. Try a quart nt tho
Opera Houso Confoctionory.
First Lossons in Skating, at tho Lyric
Tho Globo Bank & Savings company,
incorporated, pays 4 per cent on term
doposita and always ready do make
loans on securities of all kinds. 130
Storage room phone C01.
Choico boof, pasture fed and tho fin
est to bo had anywhere. Globo Meat
We have a shoemaker in the store.
Globo Shoo Co. 177
Thcro wast an onjoyablo party at the
home of Jack" Martin on Nob hill Thurs
day evening, tho occasion being the
fifty-second birthday of Mr. Martin.
Tho affair was a surprise to Br. Bryan
who nevertheless proved himself tho
right kind of host and all present had
a fine time. Tho Globo Concert band
was present and furnished music
throughout tho ovening.
tTho Beautiful Magic Roses at iho
Alfred Owens nnd Blnnche Quarlcs
wero united in marriago Thursday oven
ing by Judge P. C. Robertson at the
Haley residenco in North Globe. Both
parties reside in Globe.
Hear tho roar of Jhe brcakera and
seo the bathers' at ,tho Lyric.
Notice to Firemen
Parties who lost their clothes by the
firo Thursday night call nt tho Globe
Tailor Shop and I will fit you up with
clothing at wholesale prices that will
come cheaper to you than ready-made.
J. L. FREDLinP,
17C Opposite tho Silver Holt.
Far seeing investors rand shrewd financiers have
long conceded that
is now and will continue to be the "greatest Copper
Producing District in the Southwest. It is now quite
in its infancy, but its future is assured and cannot be
Below we quote you prices on a few of tho many prop
erties wo have for sale:
Fivo-room modem houso complete
ly furnished on Nob hill, $4,000.
Four-room modern houso complete
ly furnished on Fascoo hill, 52,800.
Two now houses, fine lots, East
Globo, $2,250. and $3,000.
Choice pair of lots old Ballground,
Choico corner East Globo, $150..
Choico inside lots,' East Globo, close
in, $275 to $400.
Ono lot Pascoe hill, 4iy2x90, $150.
Choico income property on Broad
street, $15,000, $35,000 and $65,-
A once in a life-time oppportunity. Buy
today, your money will have great earn
KELLY REALTY CO.
Rooms 19-21-23, Globe Office Building
Wo are also agents for soventeen of the best fire Insur
ance companies in tho United States and tho Provident
tMutual Building Loan Association of Los Angeles, CaL , i
Special to tho Silvor Bolt.
SOLOMONVILLE, Ariz., May 3.
Tho big suit Involving tho ontiro Gila
valloy nnd the mining companies of
tho Clifton-Morencl country is now be
ing tried in tho district court. It is n
court caso, no jury having boon impan
eled. This Hpccific suit is against tho
Arizona Copper eomjmny. Both tho De
troit nnd tho Shannon companies hnvo
cuasod placing smelter rcfuso in tho
rivor and nro not mudo defendants to
this suit. Tho testimony is of a wido
range, covering farming conditions in
tho valley for many years, vnluo of
crops raised and incrcaso in tho Valuo
of tho land. The farmers nro seeking to
establish their contention that the pro
ductivo vnluo of tho lands has bcon
gradually lessoned- by reason of tho
tailings m tho irrigation water, while
tho mining company domes any lesson
ing or attributes it to other causes. It
is a suit of 'much interest and the de
cision will linvo n far-reaching effect.
Ton Yoars for Wright
Charles Wright, tho Clifton snloon
keeper, who killed a Mexican named
Fastiuo Lujan last winter, was found
guilty of manslaughter and givon a sen
touco of ton years in tho ponitontiary.
The erimo appears to have been com
mitted in pure wantouess, without any
Tho following persons hnvo been tak
en to tho penitentiary to serve tho
Tomas Jaime, life sentence for mur
der. Charles Wright, ten years for man
slaughter. Alejo Rojas and Loroto Masc, an
indeterminate sentence of not less than
five years each for robbery.
. John Burton, ono year for horse
Pasqucl Torres, ono year for burglary.
The jurymen have all been dis
charged, two or three important crim
inal cases having been continued until
tho next term. The finnl report of the
grand jury is of considerable interest
as it jnado several important recom
mendations. The documont follows:
Grand Jury Roport
To tho Honorable Frederick S. Nave:
We, the grand jury impaneled and
worn for the April torm, 1907, to in
quiro into nil matters brought before
Us, beg to submit this our final report.
Wo havo investigated and inquired into
twenty-threo cases; havo found twelve
indictments nnd ignored eleven cases.
Indictments found aro as follows:
Murder, three; grand larceny, two;
burglary, one; felony, four, forgery,
Wo find that tho present as well as
past sessions of tho grand jury havo
been unnecessarily prolonged by reason
of tho fnihirc of justices of the peace
to promptly roport cases for the consid
eration of the grand jury. Wo there
fore recqmmend that the district attor
ney instruct all justices of tho peace to
promptly transmit all papers, togother
with a list of tho witnesses to the clerk
of tho district court in nil cases exam
ined by them. We furthor recommend
that the justices of tho pcaco secure the
atendanco of important witnesses by re
quiring bonds or committing them to
tho custody of tho sheriff until such
timo as tho case may bo finally disposed
Need Mors Colls
Wo recommend thnt tho board of su
pervisors purchase more cells ior the
county jail, nnd that they cause to be
erected a windmill and water tank for
tho purpose of supplying water to the
jail and hospital, that there may be
moro sanitary conditions maintained.
Wo rccommond tho building of an ad
dition to the hospital to bo used as a
kitchen and dining room; also tho build
ing of a suitable room to bo used as
a bathroom. Wo further recommend
that the pipe lino bo extended from tho
jail water tank to the hospital. "Wo
find that the hospital is well kept and
that tho patients aro well cared for.
Wo find that the branch jail at Clif
ton is inadequate for tho retention of
prisoners, is unsanitary and unsafe. It
is thorcforo strongly recommended by
this grand jury that steps bo taken by
tho board pf supervisors to better the
conditions thcro existing.
In view of tho largo and increasing
criminal business in tho cast end of tho
county, wo rccommond tho appointment
of a deputy district attornoy who shall
rcsido in tho cast end of tho county
and whoso duty shall bo to look after
tho criminal business in tho towns of
CUfton, Moronci and Metcnlf.
Wo thank his honor, Frederick S.
Nave, nnd other court officials for their
prompt and courteous consideration dur
ing our session.
J. D. NICHOLS, Foreman.
W. T. Webb, Secretary.
rEGAN Tho funeral of tho late Julia
Fegan, wife of M. Fegnn, will tako
place from tho Catholic church Sun
day, May C, at 2 p. m. Friends aro
SIDOW Tho fuheral of tho lato Ra
fcla Sidow will take place from tho
Catholic church Saturday, May 4, at
4 p. in. Frionds invited.
BAZAAR AND BABY SHOW
TO BE GIVEN BY LADIES GUILD
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
Capitol and Surplus, $100,000
L. D. RlCKBTTS D. W. WlCKEKSHAM T. A. PASCOE
A. T. Thomson H. S. VanGorder
C. E. Mnxa C. A. Kennedy Ph. Fretoentbal
I. E. Solokon
All classes of accomts lavltei
Foreign exchange at lowest rates
Tho bazaar and baby show of the
Ladies Guild of St. John's Episcopal
church, to bo, given in the new church
building on the' afternoon and ovening
of Tuesday, May 7, promises to bo an
interesting event. Mothers of all babies
under three years of ago aro invited to
enter their infant offspring in tho raco
for prizes, of which tnwo will bo three
given, and tho awarding of which will
be determined by a voting contest.
Other features will bo added, among
which the principal will bo tho bazaar,
at which many articles useful and beau
tiful will bo on sale by tho ladies. All
those having articles for tho ba7Jiar
aro requested to lcavo samo with Mrs.
Solby at her residenco not later than
Tuesday morning and thoso with candies
nnd other eatables will havo them at tho
church not latc than noon. Light re
freshments will be served after 4 p. m.
and a pleasant timo is promised all who
attend. Tho proceeds will be used in
furnishing the new church.
Tho Tabard Inn Confectionery is pre
pared to fill wholesale orders on short
At the Iris
A raro treat in the way of biograph
pictures and illustrnted songs was in
store for tho patrons of this houso on
night before last, but owing to tho fail
ure of tho electric company to furnish
light and power tho houso was dark.
Tho excellent bill was presented to a
crowded houso last night and tho bill
was received with much applnuso and
enthusiasm. "A Trip Up tho Niagara
Falls" is a picturo that alone from be
ing very instructive, is ono that creates
a great deal of merriment. Tho illus
trated song, "Old Missouri Shore," by
Edward R, Keith was ono of tho best
songs yet rendered by this popular vo
calist. Tho picture, "Bell Davis and
Her Picknninnies," was well received
and is taken from that popular vaudo
villo turn of that nnmc. Mr. Marks is
certainly dcliverying tho goods by ren
dering for the Globo public, all that is
good in biograph entertainment.
Van Wagenen, next door to tho post
ofiico, does a general painting and pa
per hanging business. All work guaran
teed. Fresh caramels and candies at tho
Tabard Inn Confectionery. Wo manu
facture our own candies and cream.
J. WATT HOGUE
JAMES W. HOGUE
Vice President and Cashier
Globe Dirt in Chunks to Suit
For $1,250, $400 down, balance the same as rest, buys a nice four-room
house on Ballground. This property pays 2 per cent on the invest
ment, a good thing.
$760, part time, buys three-room house near Ballground.
$275 buys a fine building lot Pascoe hill.
$1,850, $1,000 cash, balance time, buys fine eight-room house on Nofts
$750, part time, buys fine little home, Noftsger hllL
$300 buys pair lots Nob hill.
Wo buy, sell and trade real eetato in Greater Globe, In locations and
prices to suit. Tho time to get action on your dollars in the only
Globo on the map is now, the one who will not take advantage of
opportunities presented here is asleep In tho field of prosperity.
HOME INVESTMENT CO.
J. W. HOGUE
Phono 1111 HOGUE
sent ana utility man i n
Wo havo a shoemaker in tho store.
Globe S'hoo Co. 177
Girl wanted nt Miners boarding house.
Storago room, phono 001
Ico cream sodas, fruit and nut sun
daes at the Tabard Inn Confectionery.
Don't fail to attend the danco to be
given by GlobeiOolts baseball club Sat
urday night at Dreamland. 17G
New Dancing School
Maurols Stone Arched Hotel Hall in
North Globo Tuesday evening, May 7,
from 7:30 to 10 o'clock for arrange
ments with pupils for privnto and class
lessons by month only. Classes for pu
pils only Monday nnd Thursday nights
8:30 to 10:30. Social hop for public
every Saturday night. Free entrance
to hops io al pupils holding class tick
ets only. Bo on hand early to join
class Tuesday night as only limited
number will "bo taken.
Dog Was Cremated
Ono life was lost in Thursday night's
fire, that of tho pet dog of the Kelsoy
family. Tho dog rushed back into tho
houso after it was in flames and nevor
came out again. Mr. Kelsoy 'a burns
received in tho fire aro expected to heal
rapidly, although ho will not havo tho
uso of his hands for somo time. The
insurance of Mrs. Trevillian on her
homo and that of Dan Williamson wero
both in tho Niagara company, written
through Phillipson & Hagen. Tho Tre
villian homo cost $3,200. Mr. Kclsey's
loss was about $1,500. Tho family
saved nothing except tho wearing ap
parel on their backs nnd Mr. Kelsoy
was even compelled to borrow a pair of
shoes, as ho left tho houee barefooted.
Wo havo a shoemaker in tho store.
Globo Shoo Co. 177
The best ice cream in town at the
Opera Houso Confectionery. 195
Ball Game Sunday
There will be a ball gamo at the park
Sunday between the Mexicans nnd col
ored nines of this city for a side bet of
$150 each. Real money has been put
up and an exciting contest is looked
for. Both aro said to have a very
Band Concert This Evening
March Hamlin Rifles R. B. Hall
Overture Jolly Robbers Suppe
Cornet solo Kentucky HomeMasters
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Given by the
"Globe Colt's" Base
i ADMISSION $1.00
A grand masquerado ball in hall on Descriptive A Hunting Scene.
Wednesday night, May 8. 'o unmask
ing until grand march. Four prizes giv
en. Best of music, order and floor
manngcrs. Refreshment booths and
check room. Admission, gents $1, la
dies and children 50 cents. Notice of
carriago later,.Qpstumes for rent after
noons at hall. 178
Try tho Tabard Inn Confectionery for
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF GUjA, TERRITORY OF
In tho Matter of tho Estate of P. C.
Sullivan, Deceased. Notico of Hearing-
Notico is horoby given that Walter
Webstor has filed in this court a peti
tion praying for an order of this court
authorizing tho administratrix of the
said cstato to execute a deed to him
for thovpurposo of curing dofect in deed
mndoby said 'deccasod, and that tho
samo will bo hoard on Monday, tho
20tth day of May, A. D. 1907, at ton
o'clock in tho forenoon of said day, at
t!to courtroom of said court, in said
County of Giln, Territory of Arizdna,
and all persons interested in said cs
tato aro notified then and thcro to ap
pear and show cause, if any they havo.
why tho said order should not bo gran
'Dated April 20th, 19Q7. ;
55 P.- C. ROBERTSON, Clerk. ;,
We receive Kansas poultry twico
wook. Globo Meat Market.
It is a very strong friendship that
can survivo intimacy.
Tho Wonders of Niagara at tho Lyric.
Read tho Silver Bolt Always up to
Waltz On tho Hudson Herman
National Air Star Spangled Banner.
Has Tied Many Knots
Judge Robertson has performed 109
marriago ceremonies sinco he has been
probato judge. Ho is now serving his
fourth term in that office in Gila county-
Dance at Dreamland Saturday night
May fourth auspices Globo Colts base
ball club. 1J6
Ico. Cream Social
Tho Ladies Aid Society of tho Bap
tist church will givo an ico cream so
cial tonight at tho courthouse corner.
Everybody is cordially invited to attend.
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: The H. H. Bru Company, Inc.
DEALERS IN USTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES.
T Thirty-minuto quotations and private wiro connections with Boston and
xiow xorK marKcis.
The Duluth and Ishpemlng curb markets a specialty.
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins.
TRY MY WIRE SERVICE.
Trust Building Globe, Arizona Telephone mi
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New Shoes Here
Never since there has been a GLOBE on the globe
has there been such an assortment of Fancy
and Work shoes shown in this
All the late lasts in the different leathers. Come and
look them over. The PRICE is RIGHT
SULTAN BROS., Merchants
Bergeron's Dreamland Band
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Los Angeles, California
HEADQUARTERS FOE ARE20NANS
Arlzonsns spending the summer on the beaches re welcome to the use of our
ladles' narlors, gentlemen's waiting rooms, bureau of Intonnittoo, and all hotel con
venience. M-et your friends Uiero. Ladles and children welcome. All depot caw
stop at The Hollcnbeclc Eleotrlo excursion and beach ears pass the door.
Central Location. ExceUeat Accommodations.
Reasonable Prices. bplendld llestaurant.
8ATD3FACTION GUARANTEED "
A. C. BILICKE JNO. S. MITCHELL
Office of the Arizona Hassayampa Club of Los Angeles.
A FAIR OFFER
Open an account with us today, and get QUALITY
GOODS and ACCURATE SERVICE
WE "WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN PLAODIO YOUK NAME
ON OUK BOOKS. YOU SHOULD BE GLAD TO HAVE IT THERE
TOR MANY REASONS.
1. YOU CAN BE ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN OP GETTING QUAL
2. OUR SERVICE IB PROMPT, PAINSTAKDIG, ACCURATE AND
3. OUR SOLICITORS ARE THE VERY BEST TO BE HAD.
i. YOU PAY NO MORE FOR YOUR GOODS THAN ELSEWHERE
WITH A MONTHLY CONTRACT YOU GET CASH PRICES. WHY?
BECAUSE THERTY DAYS IS CASH WITH US AND A GREAT CON
VENIENCE TO MANY.
JUST TRY US FOR 30 DAYS
NOW IS THE TTME TO BEGOT. EVERYTHING SOLD ON A
STRICT GUARANTEE. MONEY BACK IT WE DON'T PLEASE YOU
GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO.
t PHONE 221
Governor Tilden Bays that John Hansen told him that he heard Neo
Wagner say that Anna E. Dickinson told him that D. S. Decker heard
that there was not doubt that John McLaren said that S. T. Benedict
thought Fred Seward had told Jim Johnson that Guskney had declared
to John Pulton that it was generally believed that Harry Hull said
that in his opinion it was a matter of fact of great public interest that
Mill Williams has the finest stock of Groceries and Dry Goods ever
sold in Globe.
If You Will Try
"NTS ALL IN TMK HMD"
You Will Eat No Other Ceresd Food
THE SOLOMON-WIOKEIIiHl! OO., Phtritortyt
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