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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Wednesday, May j 5,. 1 907
COPPER METAL MARKET
Gila Valley Bank & Trust
By Associated Press. '
NEW YORK, May 14. Copper was lower In tho English market,
with spot quoted at 102 10s, and futures 101 17s Od. Locally tho
markot was qulot and nccordingto somo reports a liftlo easier on tho'
lower grade. Lake was quoted at 4.75 to 25.50;. Electrolytic, 24.00
to 24.75; Casting, 22.50 to 23,25. ' ) t, ' -
Lend wns unchnnged nt 5.00 to 0.05 in tho local markot and at 19
15s in London. ' '
Speltor wns unchnnged at 25 17s Cd in Londou and 0.45 to 0.55
locally. , " l2
Iron locally was unchnnged j , . i
Bar silver, G5&. Moxicnn dollnrsftOK-. '
Capital and Surplus, $100000
L. D. RlCKETTS D. W. WlCKERSHAM , (T. AVPASCOB
A. T. Thomson H. S. VAKGeaMft "
C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy Pfc. Frmtdkithal
. I. E. Solomon
All classes 9t acctBmts Invited Foreign exofcMfe t fewest ntes
New Copper Company Starts
Development Work on Very
We have them to Loan if
you can provide the Security
No long winded wait, no long argument, no
stock proposition. Just a plain loan and a plain
Come to our office, and whether you are from
Missouri or Texas WE WILL SHOW YOU.
,'WE WILL SHOW YOU the best in Real
Estate, the best in Insurance and the best in Loans.
Call on us and we will show you
PHILLIPSON & HAGEN
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE and LOANS
Phone 411 Offices, Post Office Bldg. Globe, Ariz.
GLOBE SIGHTS AND
Current News of Busy Qlotio Told In
Mrs. II. E. Grant left yesterday morn
ing for Los Angelc, where sho will re
main during the summer.
''jE. V. Iawkinson, a recent arrival
'from Los Angeles, has accepted a posi
tion with Ingram & Co.
S. L. Qibson, who carao in from his
,mino several days ago suffering with an
attack of fever, has recovered .
W. J. Blackwell of the National Bis
cuit company is in the city on his peri
odical visit to tho local trade.
Mr, and Mrs. Henry S. Carter of Sil
ver City, N. M., are visiting Mrs. Car
ter's relatives, tho Carvil family.
Attorney W. G. Gilmoro returned ,to
Tombstone yesterday after spending a
fow dnys attending tho district court.x
Mrs. W. G. Shanley and daughtor loft
yesterday morning for Los Angeles,
whero they will spend the summer with
Granville Kimball, who represents a
largo mining machinery house, is in
tho city to spend a few days with tho
Contractors havo completed the se
ment sidewalk in front of Kccgan's
and are now.at work on tho sidewalk
in front ofKgram & Co.
Joe Shellftyjjerger, who has jbeen
clerking athram & Co.'s, has accept
ed a positions-traveling for tho Inter
national Corfftpondcnco schools.
The new fijjld coil for tho electric
light plant hits arrived and has been
installed. ThXimprovcment is very no-
'ticeablo in (ht increased efficiency of
tho service, ffb
The graduating exercises of tho
eighth gradoif the public schools will
take placo Tuesday evening, May 21,
at Dreamland. Judge Navo will ml
(dress tho class.
T. J. Carroll, past worthy president
iOf Gfobo Acrio of Eagles, camo in from
.the Continental mine last evening to
attend tho Eagles ball, which occurs
.tonight at Dreamland.
Hugo O. Wnngelin, Jin electrical en
gineer of Salida, Colo., arrived in tho
city last evening. Ho is a brother of
.Mrs. F. J. Elliott and may decide to
remain here permanently.
A. T. Hnmomns, cusliicr of tho Old
Dominion Commercial, company, has re
turned homo from a trip to Now York
nnd othor eastern points, whore he
spent sovornl weeks on mining business
There was a largo number of outgo
ing passengors on yestorday morning's
train owing to its being tho first day
of tho low sumer excursion rntcs. Pas
sengers for tho cast and west wero
about equally divided.
E. 0. Armstrong, who has been repre
senting tho International Correspond
ence school in this district, with oflices
in this city, has accepted the north
western territory, loaving this district
in chargo of J. E. Shollenborgcr.
Mrs. . It. Dixon nnd Misses Norma
and Eva Dixon loft yesterday for New
York, where thoy will sail for Englnnd
to "spend tho summer with relatives.
Miss Annio Goldsworthy, who accom
panied them, will remain in England
with her grandparents.
Excnvnting has been started for a
culvert across Broad street in front of
tho Iris theater to carry tho flood water
from tho gulch above, which menaces
adjacent proporty. The culvert will be
twenty feet wide, flvo iqpt deep, with
cement floor and walls, and covered
with heavy timbers.
Ring up 372 for a painter. Van Wag
enon will call on you ami givo you n
Storagb room phono G01.
OLEO, THE FAMOUS MIND -BEAD,
ER; HERE TOR A SHORT TIME.
OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE. 198
Theater Tickets Lost
The finder of four tickets for tho
Mrs. Fiske company will return them
to Georgo Smalloy, clerk of the court,
and rccoivo reward.
Try tho Tabard Inn Confectionery for
Kay nnd Kolvin are rapidly bocoming
editors of mining notivity. Sovornl
companies hnvo boon developing prop
erties in that vicinity for somo time- and
the starting of work by tho Giln Copper
company and reorganized Ray Copper
company has given a decidod impotus
Tho Gila nnd Bay companies, which
nro practically under ono inanngemoiit,
u ro working about 140 mon nnd increas
ing their forces as rapidly as possible
They aro sinking twelve rihnfts nnd ox
poct soon to bo at work on twonty
shafts, which will bo put down sovoral
hundred feet nnd connected on several
lovels nnd tho oro blocked out. As as
certained by tho work previously done
tho oro deports aro of groat extent and
aro encountorod at depths from twonty
five to fifty foot from tho surface. It
is an ideal low grado concentrating ore
nvornging about 3 per cont coppor.
The shnfts will bo equipped with
gnBoline '.hoists 'from twolvo to fifty horse
power each, twolvo hoists having al
ready been received and four more
shipped. Tho Bny concentrating mill,
of 250 tons capacity, situated at Kolvin,
is to bo romodolod, six miles long, con
necting Kolvin and Bay, ropaircd. Tho
mill will bo run for test purposes to
dotonninoMvhnt is needed, tho intention
of tho companies being to later orcci
a concentrator of G,000 tohs, justified
by tho largo amount of oro known to
oxist, nnd partially dovolopcd on the
Tho Gila nnd Bny Copper companies
nro strongly financed and thoso in con
trol nro successful mining .men who nro
largely interested in largo mining enter
Philip "Wiseman, formerly with the
Shnnnou Copper company, is general
manager of the two companies, Charles
II. Cutting, business manager, and Sec
loy W. Mudd of Los Angeles, consulting
See us bofore buying your roof iron
and roof paint. A large shipmont just
received. Whalloy Lumber Co. 185
Fresh caramels and candies at the
Tabard Inn Confectionery. Wo manu
facture our own candles nnd cream.
Eagles Hop Tonight
Tho annual ball to be given by the
Eagles tonight promises to be a social
event of considerable importance. The
floor at Dreamland has boon prepared
for tho occasion and will bo in fine
condition. Admittance will bo by invi
tation only and n lorgo number of them
hnvo been sent out. Refreshments will
bo served nnd Bergeron's orchestra will
furnish tho music.
Mrs. Collier desires it known that the
hall now known as tho Lyric theater
has suddenly been vacated and fier
dancing school, now hold in Mnurel hall,
Will 1)0 held at tho LYrie hnrnffir.
same days, same hours. Privato lesosns
Just recoived a large shipment of
screen doors, All sizes and, all prices.
See us beforo buying. Whallov Lum-
ber Co. is.-;
Far seeing investors and shrewd financiers have
long conceded that
ri ".'. ?
is now and will continue to be the greatest Copper
Producing Djstrict in the Southwest It is now quite
in its infancy, but its future is assured and cannot be
Below wo quoto you prices on a fow of tho many prop
erties wo havo for salo:
rivo-room modem houso complete
ly f umishod on Nob hill, $4,000.
Tour-room modern houso complete
ly furnished on Pas'coo hill, $2,800.
Two now houses, flno lots, East
Globe, 52,250. and $3,000.
Choice pair of lots old Ballground,
Choice cornor East Globe, $450..
Choice Inside lotsEast Globo, closo
in, $275 to $400.
Ono 'lot Pascoo hill, 4iy2x90, 8150.
Oholco Income proporty on Broad
street, S1C.000, $35,000 and S65,-
A once in a life-time oppportunity. Buy
today, your money will have great earn
Murray & Mack Coming
DcspitCTumors to tho contrary, Mur
ray & Mack will show in Globe on the
date previously announced, according to
tho following telegram received lest
night by Manager Alexander of Dream
land: Santa Barbara, Cal., May 14, 1907.
Mr. John Alexander, '
Dreamland Opera House,
Murray and Mack big musical show
will positively play you May twenty
second agent duo tomorrow company
arrives on special.
, Death from Malignant Tonsilitls
Tho death of Rev. Dr. John Watson
(Ian Maclarcn) from blood poisoning
folowing an attack of tonsilitis illus
trates a not unusual termination of n
very common disease.
In a strong, healthy person tho mal
ndy takes a regular courso, and, al
though attended with much suffering,
eventunlly ends in recovery.
When, howovpr, the patient has been
previously dobilitnted tho inflammation
assumes a virulont form, nnd wlial is
commonly termed a "mixed infection"
occurs, in which two or more kinds of
toxic ngents become malignantly act
ive. The discaso process then not only
extends to contiguous parts, but tho en
tiro system becomes directly affected by
the poisons, which, eventually paralyz
ing the heart, induco sudden collapse
Under ordinary circumstances the vic
tim is doomed from tho start. Now
SCORES IN BOTH LEAGUES
By Associated Press.
At Detroit R. If. E.
Detroit - ..' 4 10 2
JNow York 3 7 2
Batteries Mullen nnd Schmidt;
Broekett and Kleinow.
At Cloveland ' R. IL E.
Clovclnnd ..'. 9 14 1
Boston 4 10 4
Bntterlcs Joss and Clnrko; Tonne
hill nnd Criger.
At Boston ' 'R:' If. E.
Pittsburg .1 '. 0 7 0
Boston 3 8 3
Butteries Willis and Phelps; Pfcif
for nnd Neodhnm.
At Brooklyn R. H. E.
St. Louis 0 5 5
Brooklyn V...L..10 14 0
Batteries Fromme, Noonan and Mar
shall; Bell and Ritter.
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
Chicago 9 5 0
Philadelphia ..'. :, 0 3 ' 1
Batteries Overall and Klin'g; Lush,
Moran and Dooip,
At Now Yorkr R. II. E.
Cincinnati 2 0 4
Now Ydrk 5 5 1
Batteries Ewing nnd Sclilci; Taylor
Is ono of Globo 's oldest and best
known cafes; everything flrst-claaj In
his line. Call and bo convinced.
Swellest goods In town. Ladies' suits,
cloaks, silk dresses and gowns, waists,
skirts, hosiery, millinery, new goods,
switches, fancy goods, etc. Tho People's
Store, Dolph Baatz, Prop., Globe, Ariz.
Storage room phono 601-
ORGANIZE A CHURCH
Tho colored Baptists of Globo met
Monday night, Rov.W. J. Durham in tho
chair, and Rov. Y. W. Moulton acting
as secretary, and perfected their church
organization. Rov. J. B. Boll, tho mis
sionary, through whoso efforts the
movemont for a church hns been suc
cessful, has rnisod and deposited with
tho Globo Bnnk & Savings company
$180 to be applied on the purchaso of a
lot. A site for tho church was solectcd
on tho hill east of town, but owing to
tho objection raised by somo of tho
white residents in the vicinity, and not
wishing to cause any ill feeling, Rev.
Boll thought best to chango the loca
tion for tho church, nnd secured an
option for $300 on a lot in tract No,
5 on tho west sido of Pinal creek, oppo
site the railroad depot.
Tho Tabard Inn Confectionery is pre
pared to fill wholesale orders on short
Van Wngenen, next door to the post
office, docs a general painting and pa
per hanging business. All work guaranteed.
Satisfaction our motto. Wo have
the best equipped paint store in the
city. Van Wagenen, next door to the
postofuee. Give us a call.
Four reserved scat tickets for Mrs.
Fiske, lost by Georgo Smalley, have
bcon cancelled and will hot be honored.
Finder will receive reward by leaving
at Silver Belt office.
DREAMLAND AMUSEMENT CO.
The best ice cream In town at the
Opera House Confectionery. 195
Storage room phone 601.
"Llvo and let live." Union Cash
Market, C. Musgrave, proprietor.
Finest RINK in the West
Largest and Smoothest Flew
BERGERON'S FAMOUS BAND
MUSIC EVERY EVENING
KELLY REALTY CO.
Rooms.19-21-23, Globe Office Building
Wo aro also agenls for soventoen of tho bost flro Insur
ance companlos in tho United States and tho Provident
Mutual Building Loan Association of Los Angeles, OaL ' .
Watterson's Definition of Democracy
Tariff reform and states rights; these
are keynotes of Domocracy. Tho Dem
ocratic party is tho arch-enemy of pred
atory trusts. It would smash them, and
it would do it in tho simplest and most
effectual way. This way is to revise
tho tariff and reduce its duties to a rov
onuo basis. A Democratic president
would sally forth, like St. George of
old, and stab tlio dragon of Omniverdus
plutocracy with a spear labolcd "Tar
iff for Rovonuo Only." Ho would not
dally, as does our "almost Domocratie"
Mr. Roosevelt, with a few mosquitoes
that buzz around. Louisvillo Courier-Journal.
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Skating Every Afternoon and Evening Except
ALL NICE PEOPLE INVITED
Gentlemen 25c Ladies Free
Baggage and Messenger
Cochran and Johnson, Props.
Mrs. Collier desires it known that
the hall now known as the Lyric
Theater has suddenly been vacat
ed, and her dancing school now
held in Maurelhall will beheld at
Lyric hereafter. Same days, same
hours. Private lessons given.
OFFICE COENEE BROAD AND ME8
Drayage of all descriptions.
Prompt and efficient service guaranteed
at 'roasonabln rains.
Boys on hand at all .times for messenger
and parcel delivery.
Baggas stored five days free of charge.
Wagpns meet all trains. - ' ' '
GIVE US ATRIAL
On Iris Theater Circuit. Other The
aters, Bisbco, Ariz., and Cananca.
Three Slights Ending Wednesday,
v May 15
"Tho Valot Who Stolo Tobacco,"
"Through tho Matrimonial Agency"
ILLUSTRATED SONG by E. E.
"Down Besido tho Meadow Brook."
"Horrible Adventuro" and
ILLUSTEATED SONG by E. E.
"While tho Convent Bells Aro Sing
ing." " '
"Tragic Rivalry." " .
"Amateur Night "or Gottlng tho
Goneral Admission 15c
Reserved Beats ..... ,.25c
First performance, jdoow oper 7:30;
commences 8 p. m. j
Second performance doors open 8:45;
, -commences.?. p. m.. PHONE 1081
The Alexander Theater
Chango of Program Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays
Street Music Every Evening at 7:30
Four-Pieco Orchestra Inside
Program May 12 and 13
Ovorturo "La Tosca".. Orchestra
"In Search of Adventure,"
A Warliko Calling.
ILLUSTRATED SONG, by O. J.
"A Picture No Artist Can Paint."
Overture ' ' WhlppoorwUl "
Of dlfeSLT &
ILLUSTRATED SONG, by O. J.
"When tho Sunset Turns the Ocmm
Bluo to Gold." 1
"Twenty-threo, or Skiddoo Bretfcws
Grief," Experlenco In Society.
Goneral Admission ?. ,.15c
Reserved Seats 25c
First Show 8 p. m.
Second Show 9 p. a.
Ladies and Children Especially la
vited to Attend
J. WATT HOGUE JAMES W. HOGUE
President ""' - , vice Presideat and Cashier
THERE LB MJiilO IN A DOLLAR'S RING,
THERE IS MUSJC IN THE AIR;
THERE'S MUJIOnr THE TOWN OF GLOBE,
WHERE ALL THE DAYS ARE FAIR;
THERE'S MUSIC IN THE OZONE
WHICH FLOATS FROM OFF THE HILLS
WHERE COPPER, GOLD AND SILVER
TURNS INTO WILLIAM BILLS.
THERE'S MUSIC IN A LITTLE HOME
WE' HAVE THEM GREAT AND SMALL
TO SELL AT BARGAIN PRICES,
TO SUIT YOU, ONE AND ALL.
We don't knew who has the beet bargains in lots and homw to sell,
but we do know that our bargain man is "there with the goods," and
would suggest that when you buy or sell anything in our line te call on
HOME INVESTMENT CO.
And then lot tho best bargains win.
JIM HOGUE, PHONE 1111
HOUSES FOR RENT.
The He He jBru Company, Inc. ::
DEALERS IN LISTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES.
I Thlrty-minrlto quotations aad private wire connections with
New York markets.
The Duluth and Ishpemlng curb markets a specialty.
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins.
TRY MY WIRE SERVICE.
Trast luiMiRg Gtojie, Arlzww TekpfcMe m
M It II I H II 1 1 II I II II 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II II II 1 1 1 1 1
FOLLOW the CROWD
Sultan Bros, are selling many
cheap things this week. We will
find you something you really
need and sell it to you cheap.
We lead the town in Groceries
and tDry Goods trade. Where
they are all busy, no old goods,
all new. FOLLOW THE CROWD.
SULTAN BROS., Merchants
THE PARLbR SALOON
M. I. M0NAHAN, Proprietor
The fmNie can tee served with the best glass of leer
In Globe draws from the ONLY up-to-date Bear Draw
ing Machine In town. Always fresh and cool, a fe
cial terasd of the Anheuser Bosch, namely "Tey
Faust." All other goods kept are in comparison
DROP !ln AND SEE US.
A FAIR OFFER
Open an account with us today, and gt QUALITY
GOODS and ACCURATE SERVICE
WE WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN PLACING YOUR NAME '
ON OUR SOOXS. YOU SHOULD BE GLAD TO HAYS XT TEEJtS
FOR MANY REASONS. t ,
1. YOU CAN BE ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN OF GETTING QUAL
ITY' GOODS.' .
'2. OUR SERVICE IS PROMPT, PAINSTAKING, ACCURATE AND
3. OUR SOLICITORS ARE TSS VERY BEST TO BE HAD.
4. YOU PAY NO MORE FOR YOUR GOODS THAN SLS1WXKE
WITH A MONTHLY CONTRACT YOU GET CASH PRICES. WKY7
BECAUSE THD2TY DAYS IS CASK WIT US AND, A GREAT CON
YENEBXOB TO MANY.
JUST TRY US FOR 30 DAYS
NOW IS THE TIME TO B1GIN. EVERYTHING MLS -ON A
STRICT GUARANTEE, MONEY BACK ZF WE DON'T PLEASE YOU
GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO.
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IT'S ALLtH THE BHHCO
Yon Will Eat Uo Othr CcrJ Food
THE SOLf Mtfl-WICWERSHAM Ce., DM
Funeral Directors and Embahiiiwp
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