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Saturday. July 6, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
S27sa FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
I prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
, cks Still Advance, Evidcnco of Divi
dend Being Reinvested Qlobo Con
oliditcd, Superior & Boston and Cal
et & Globq in Demand.
nv II. H. Dtu Co.)
July 5. Stocks
a, he aim cuuaiuuruuiu uuiiij;
I, t in tno mantel at goou
,, Tho July dividends nro
it,,- market to advance and
.nsulerablo demand for stocks
j.nces. Money is again easy,
today being from 5 to 5t
,i .1 not advise too much buy
...,.) iinfic1iiit if stocks wore
1,1 n j oanccs tliero would bo a good
lfit wiiinn a rcasonnlily short time.
LhI .m.tfnd stocks aro not too high,
.( b, nun dividend paying stocks
i,te on.mcd in sympathy with tho
lr nij; la"1 securities and after this
tul) fft Hi? I movomont has boon
wiiatr I there should bo n setback
ttr ( i 't prices.
Xias u received that Arizona Com
arrta! a B001' buy at tno present
ff, nhiih may bo tho case, but for
MD,tikilind stock selling around $'JG
J, n .a Commercial is wo would
!fer selling this on n slight advance
it tMJ i mie
The i,. il market shows considerable
MtlTit and a good demand continues
u eastern markets for Globe Consoli
diteti a H. Superior & Boston at $2.50
l i al .mi't & Globe at $1.50. Other
nxtl sto. ks are not moving very rap-
New York Stocks
.Uwncan Smelters ..................
lttlSOB ......... .......
Eiltimorc 4. Ohio .......-...-
Olorado Fuel & Iron ....................
Xnr York Central ....... .
JVtn-vh ama .........
Soathern Pacific ...,........ ...-...
Tnnewp ' oal & Iron ..................
rJon I'a' ifi" ...........
T S bt.vl, common ..-.
Allouez ."" 43.00
ircaduu . G.50
Aaern-an Saginaw .... 0.00
Aniuna ummcrcial ... 20.00
Botiun t .nsolidated 28.12
Bsr.i- & London ..... 1.50
Bug&am -. 10.50
Batte .alition 27.00
Biatk Mountain 5.25
()nmet i. Globe - 1.02
Copper Range . 84.00
Ctnanrhv .......... .51
likmet L Arizona . ...109.75
Dtnn Ari.ina . . 8.C2
Dominion ( oppor .............. C.50
DivisDaU . 13.00
East Butt.' 10.50
Orwne ( ananea . 17.00
Ck.be ( unsoltdated 13.75
Greene (. L S. 1.37
IUbco. k 8.50
Keystone ( opper
Keweenaw . 8.75
Mohawk .. 80.00
North Butte 81.75
N'orth Uuttc Extension 2.37
Na.la I'tah 5.37
National ,.'... .75
0W Ikmuiiiun . 48.75
sJnor & Boston . 2.50
Snjenor i Pittsburg 17.75
sau. k 28.00
Tamara! k 112.00
I'tah ( ..ruoiidatcd . 52.50
Warren .. 8,00
ttolurim & Arizona 2.00
Astern an .........
Antral ( opper
Rre I'ointi . .ZIZZZ
GJoto Arizona Copper .
"lo" Imp Assn. 100.00
CM L I',to
Jion cpper '2..
I0"" (iulch ...
iIon r- to 5 per cent.
Employees Would Abolish Tips
a&i t '",,,rnntinnl Socioty of Hotel
"''iiurant Employees wants to
J"h u, waiters' tip. This is true,
aiis tIP national convention of thnt
C,i ' ' ,,v in session nt tho Terraco
Ct" ' " Thir(1 avenue, is going to
tok ' tho tipping system if it has
the"1"'' '" 'cRislation and take up all
f "''"'"lion's time in doing it. Os
tottu. J1''' uf 0cnva, Germany, has
alon ,l" way "cro for this purpose
t10 'lw. ho says, nro tho degrada
l'ke i w,lltor8f nnd self respect drops
Kane 'alunK Pinto of ham when any
taV J '" Amcrica, Europe or Australia
Uh f ,1"ne, ,l 1u"rtor or more. Tho
aloliA 'J'" Inernational society is to
all nv 10, 25 nnd 50-cont pnss-outs
""Per ,h' fountry nnd forco tho hotel
their "n' restnurnnt owners to pay
ia trap'0 a corresponding increase
gos. jfew York, American,
Power Houso Burned
Postmnstor Newell, who returned
from Itoosovolt Saturday ovouing,
brought news of tho burning of the
O'Hourko power houso at that place Into
Friday evening, says tho Phoonix Bo
publican. Tho power houso burned stood on the
hill and was used to operate tho big
cable which carried nnd dumped tho
stono in tho excavation whore the nion
nro laying tho dam. It was run by elec
tricity, tho power being furnished by
tho big powor houso at tho river side.
At tho timo tho fire occurred thoro
was no ono in tho houso but tho engin
eer. Tho firo was caused by friction
of tho brnko and thero was so much oil
nnd other inflammable material that
thero was no possibility of Btopping it.
Tho engineer could only got out of tho
way nnd lot tho building burn. In n
few minutes tho building was consumed.
Tho heat was intonso nnd molted tho
fastening of tho big cable, and it, with
tho carrier baskets, fell into tho oxcavn
tion where thoro wore nbout two hun
dred men at work. Some ono saw the
cngo coming and yelled "look out!"
Tho men scnttored and although tho
heavy wire cablo nnd carrier baskets
fell onto tho comont wall nnd into tho
excavation, no ono was hurt.
Tho loss is estimnted at nbout $10.-
000. Tho small cablo operated from
tho othor power house was. not harmed,
and work will bo continued, but with a
reduced forco until a now motor and fix
tures can bo secured to operate tho big
cablo again. The accident will retard
dam building at least six or eight weeks.
All parties indebted to tho Into E.
I. Edwards will plcnso sottlo with A.
R. Edwards, administrator of tho estate,
at Globe, Ariz. tf
American Oloaalng Works, next door
to Wells Pargo. All work guaranteed.
Boosevelt on Hofsoback
President Roosevelt on horseback
seems n quito diflTcrcnt personality than
when afoot. Whilo decidedly a dare
devil rider, not oven his most ardent
admirer can call tho president graceful
astride his horse. When walking or
standing his muscular system is taut
and strained, befitting his intense men
tality. When riding horseback, how
ever, all tho muscles in his well knit
body scorn to loosen nlmost to tho point
of flnbbincss. Thero is scarcely per
ceptible a bend of his knees, nnd his
legs danglo nnd jostle with tl.o move
ment of his steed. Whilo a cowboy on
tho plains ho acquired tho linbit of
ramming his feet completely through
tho stirrups, with tho heel of his shoo
touching tho edge of tho stirrup. The
result is that ho sits full and flat in the
saddle, his body slightly inclined for
ward, and usually ho holds the reins in
both hands. When riding with a com
panion tho president keeps up a rattling
firo of conversation, nnd manages to do
nearly nil the talking. It is only when
his horse is going at a lively gait that
the presidential muscular system is rig
id nnd thnt tho presidential knees arc
bent. Then ho hugs the horse's body
tight with his legs, holds tho reins in
ono hand, and keeps the other arm
reo. Ho seldom carries a whip
and lays down tho dictum that a horse
that needs the whip is not only a dan
gerous nag, but is not worth riding.
In his horseback rides around Washing
ton tho president generally is accom
panied by two or threo friends, and
close behind tho cavalcade is n cavalry
corporal in khaki. Concealed under .the
soldier's coat is a big pistol, nnd it is
said that tho chief magistrate also goes
nrmed on such occasions. Mrs. Jtoose
volt frequently accompanies her hus
band on theso rides, and sho sits her
horso gracefully, although sho has ac
quired tho riding linbit only recently.
Tho president's two most frequent com
panions arc Senator Lodge nnd Civil
Scrvico Commissioner John A. Mcll
henny, ono of tho numerous rich young
men who enlisted in tho president's fa
mous regiment of Hough Itlders.
No Alcoholic Expansion
He Women have smaller brains than
She Possibly becnuso they aro not
subject liko men's to sudden expansion
overnight. Baltimore American.
A Trip to Japan
A very interesting and instructive
moving plcturo nt tho Iris tonight.
Building for Tomorrow
To tho European eye Americnn towns
and villages have tho nppcaranco of
tomporary structures. Even in Now
England, rich in stone, most buildings,
except in the crowded parts of large
cities, aro of wood. Old nnd much trav
eled highways cross streams ovor which
wooden bridges, which last uui n low
years, aro built.
During tho first threo months of this
yenr the firo losses of tho United States
nnd Canada amounted to $01,000,000,
$10,000,000 more than for tho corres
ponding threo months of last year. Ev
ery year cities on tho inland rivers sus
tain enormous losses from floods, losses
greater in tho aggregate than tho cost
of preventing by propor embankments
nnd other menns tho disastrous effects
nf tho floods. Evorywhoro is ovhlcnco
of n disposition on tho part of Amer
icans to build for today rather thnn for
Tho reason for this is that America
has not wholly outgrown tho spirit of
pioneer dnys, when sholtor hnd to bo
thrown together for tho night. Peoplo
needed houses faster than thoy could
build them. Thoro was not time to uso
brick or stono. Tho habit of hnsty, im
permanent building is fastened upon us,
wooden houses of tho flimsiest kind rise
and decay liko mushrooms.
Pormanenco nnd stability come with
ago. Tho American is taking moro time
to thnik of tiio future, no is beginning
to build moro solidly. Ono sign of this
is tho attempt to introduce into many
American cities architectural plans for
streets nnd water fronts which shall
give order and direction to growth for
a thousand years. Tho American imag
ination is gaining in scopo and steadi
ness, Youth's Companion,
HUNG JURY FOR
II UNION PICKET
O. O. White, Formerly of Globe, Bo
comes Enmeshed in Interesting Case
in Bisbeo Jury in Justice Court Was
Out Over Sovonteon Hours.
Tho Bisbeo Roviow has tho following
to say of n former well known Globe
minor who went to Bisboo sovernl
months ago nnd who has taken an act
ive part in tho striko thoro:
It is doubtful if thero hns been a
case in tho county of Cochise that has
nttractod tho attention of tho public
ns hns thnt of the Territory vs. C. O.
White, ono of the union pickets arrest
ed upon tho complaint of Deputy Slier
iir John M. Johnson, charging him with
unlawfully assembling to intimidate
workmen from coming into the district
to nccept employment from the diilcrcnt
Ah an illustration of Clio amount of
interest displayed by tho public in the
ense, groups of inou were to bo seen
sitting around on tho edgo of tho side
walk as lato ns 2 a. m. discusiug the
merits of tho case and waiting for the
jury to coma to somo kind of agree
ment. His honor, Judgo Grier, realiz
ing tho importance of a verdict to both
the prosecution and tho defense, and
to be within elobe touch should tho jury
require his presence, provided himself
with an Ostormoor mattrcs in tho shape
and form of a pino plank 2 by 0, which
was conveniently plnccd just outside
tho courtroom door. Along about 1 a.
m. the jurors sent for his honor and
requested thnt Miss Myrtlo McGavock,
tho court stenographer, bo sent for and
certain portions of tho testimony bo
rend to thorn. This had a tendency to
create additional interest among tho
watchers, but thoy were doomed to dis
appointment, for after deliberating for
exactly thirteen hours, his honor was
notified that it was impossible for an
agreement to bo reached, after satisfy
ing himself thnt it was impossible for
tho jury to reach a verdict, thoy were
The verdict was notMn tho nature
of a surprise, ns those of tho public
who watched the proceedings anticipat
ed just such a result. It is rumored
they stood seven for conviction to fivo
for acquittal. Tho case is to bo heard
again tomorrow morning, Deputy Sher
iff Hill White having been ordered to
summon a new venire.
Van Wagenen makes a specialty of
tinting. Satisfaction our motto.
DUTIES OF PUBLIC SERVICE
Somo Advico to tho Tolcgraph Compan
ies and Their Employees
Tho scrvico of tho telegraph com
panies, is essentially a public service,
anil its interruption by a striko of the
operators, whatever its cause, would not
simply bo an injury to the companies
and their business ns corporato organ
izations of private capital, but would
effect' injuriously, if not disastrously,
all business operations conducted on n
largo scalo throughout tho country. It
would seriously harm much even of local
trndo and industry nnd inconvenience
tho entire public. If the companies
should propose to suspend that servico
in order to carry nny point of their
own, cither with their employees or
their customers, or for nny purpose of
coercion or of ultimate gain, it would'
bo deemed an intolerable outrage, nnd
the courts would bo promptly called
upon to intcrposo to compel them to per
form tho duties for which tliey arc
ennrtered under penalty of forfeiture
of their franchises. Such a performance
on (he part of tho corporations is in
But for tho telegraph operators in the
employ of tho companies, through nn
oignnization'of their own independent
of lnw, to join in forclug a suspension
or n serious interruption of tho scrvico
would havo tho same prncticnl cfTect so
far as tho attempt proved successful,
and in its motivo nnd purpose would
bo no moro justifiable than n lockout
hy tho companies. Whether it could
bo trentcd as a conspiracy or a Com
bination in rcstrnint of trade under ex
isting lnw may bo a question, but that
it would bo nn intolerable outrago as
surely as if it wcro tho net of n cor
poration admits of no doubt. As wo
havo contended in regard to threatened
stilkes on railroads, thero should bo
somo legal motliod of compelling an ad
justment of disputes between public
scrvico corporations and their employ
ecs which would make a general strike
or an nrbitrnry interruption of the ser
vico to tho injury of tho public impos
sible. Individual workmen in any cm-,
ploymont, public or private, corporato
or personal, cannot and should not bo
prevented from exercising tho freedom
to quit whenever thoy aro dissatisfied
with their compensation or their treat
ment, but that is a different mnttor
fiom an organized combination directed
by officers calling out tho whole body of
omployccs or tho entire forco at impor
tant points, rogardlcss of individual
grievances or rights, ns a means of coer
cion to attain some object agreed upon.
New York Journal of C'ommorcc.
"What do you call that hig plant on
your front porch, Twiddles?"
"That's a d. n."
"Eh! Something now?"
"Woll, thnt niny not ho tho ilorlst's
nnmo for It, hut it's what I call It."
"What doos It mean?"
"Soo tho slzo of tho thing? Now
guess at tho weight. Well, every timo
tho morcury diops I havo to carry tho
blamed plant into tho houso. When tho
sun shines I lug it out and put it on
tho porch. When it rains I havo to set
it down on tho lawn. That's why I call
it a d. n. Tho n. stands for nuisanco
and tho d tho d. is nn adjective"
Cleveland" Plain Dealer.
SAN 0AEL08 COAL FIELD
J. W. Ambroso of Phoenix Has Located
J. W. Ambroso returned yesterday
from n quiet visit to the so-cnllcd San
Cnrlos coal fields, says tho Republican,
where ho located 4,000 acres of land in
tho name of himself nnd other residents
of Phoenix. Under tho Inw only 100
ncres can bo taken in tho name of ono
man. Mr. Ambrose "Tlivided tho locators
into groups and located tho land by sec
tions. It is all in a compact body.
Boforo making tho locations Mr. Am
brose spent somo timo going over tho
field and satisfying himself that it was
a profitable enterprise. This coal land
has attracted a great deal of attention
for sovernl years, whilo it was still a
part of the San Curios reservation. Tho
government was finally induced to seg
Tho Christmas Copper company took
up somo of tho land and began exploit
ing it, however, -in an unsatisfactory
maimer. The persons in chargo of the
work evidently had not hnd much ex
periouco in coal mining. A shaft was
sunk along the first stratum of coal,
while ono familiar with coal mining
would have sought the lower strata.
Thoro has been somo boring there which
resulted in showing that the lower do
Iosit8 are probably of great value.
Tho Phoenix groups which have gono
into the matter now intend to hitik a
big central shaft, which will servo tho
purpose of all tho locators and will nt
once develop the whole field.
This coal district is somo distance
west of tho Gila Valley, Globe & North
ern railroad, but lies nearer to the pro
posed lino east of Winkclman. Without
doubt when development has shown tho
value of the field tho Southern Pacific
will build into the field, bringing it di
rectly into connection with Phoenix.
Bernard Shaw said ho had read every
line Mark Tuvalu ever wrote and Mark
Twain confessed thnt ho had never read
anything of Shaw's. Both have good
literary taste. Cleveland Leader.
Pocket " Peace0
Bcforo tho president can send a mes
sage to The Hague pence conference on
disarmament ho will have to unload his
right-hand hip pocket. Savanna News.
No 4th of July
For this Man
A DIM RECOLLECTION OF THE
THIBD, A BLANK ON THE
FOURTH AND A HEADACHE ON
A scoro of good resolutions gono
wrong aro scattered over Olobc today;
they arc lying back of the saloons, they
stare at you on tho sidewalks; others
nro to be found in jail. It is tho old,
old story John Barleycorn hns won
You will havo to acknowledge some
thing to yourself in your misery that
you would not confess to a friend and
that is you would not get drunk that
you would enjoy yourself, that you
would show your friends you would j
stay sojjcr; nil tneso resolutions you
made and believed you hod tho power to
keep them, but you have lost moro
strength in your effort to fight tho dis
ease alone and another glorious day is
lost to you simply a blot a lost ofTort
leaving you weaker and moro miserable
You aro not only miscrnblo yourself,
but you havo mado your friends so.
Probably made a day of regrets for
your dear ones.
If you aro one- of tho unfortunates,
wo aro hero to help you bnck to tho
sober life to the only real and happy
life wo cure the discaso wo mnko it pos
sible for you to say no and your friends
will know that you mean no when you
There were forty mon in and about
Globo yesterday who said no n number
of tho men who always said yes. Have
another wcro with us. WoTnrd a good
time some of us could not remember of
hearing the report of a firecracker sineo
wo were hoys and wo actually saw tho
beautiful display of fireworks andwo
went to bed sobor and hnppy thanking
Dr. McKanna for tho blessings ho had
bestowed upon us,
If you aro ono of tho good resolutions
gono wrong, mnko ono moro nnd run
J1..- It. a 1trATn....n rnti..-Tlri.. QnnWnvl...
1UI 11112 iUCJilllllfl IHIUU-iVajr kj.lll.llll lUlf! I
located at na mcsquito street.
Wo gunrnntco n euro, forty euros in
Globo in pnst threo months nnd that is
309 Broad Street WATCH US GROW
This Is the Place
Don't forget to place your poultry or
ders with us. Turkeys, Ducks, Chick
ens, fancy Broilers and Spring Chick
ens always on hand.
Try one of our fancy
Juicy Rib Roasts at
1 Sc per lb.
Gonulno Shoop and Lamb always to
ho had at tho Central Market. For a
squaro deal and treatment call at
The Central Meat
JAMES Pins, Manager
Self-confessed ignornuco often means
Bownro of tho man who npologizes
when ho does you n favor.
Some nice girls wouldn't bo half as
nice if they were sensible.
If it wasn't for tho unexpected, life
would bo awfully monotonous.
Mntrimonially speaking, whero thoro
is a will thero is usually a won't.
Loan sharks aro anxious to meet peo
plo who want to borrow trouble. Chi
Wo frame pictures. Naquln & Co.
O. R. FEIST
Watch Repairing and Hand Engraving
320 BROAD STREET
E. T. GREEN
Carpenter and Builder
P. O Box 070 Ret. Pioneer Dairy
The above market main
tains its well known rep
utation for excellence.
Of first class quality and
at prices to suit all.
Courtesy and atten
tion to customers is our
We have received and have now cm display
a large line of
ORGANDIES PONGEE SILK
FRENCH AND SHADOW SILK
PERSIAN LAWNS CHINA SILK
EGYPTIAN DIMITY JAPANESE SILK
NAINSOOK TAFFETA SILK
SWISS AND FANCY SILK
INDIA MULL NOVELTY SILK
DOTTED SWISS TARLATAN
AND A FULL LINE OF PLAIN AND NOVELTY
WOOL DRESS GOODS IN ALL THE LEADING
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF SHIRT WAISTS
We have received a new line of Millinery.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
(Don't sit up night's to spoculato about your neighbor s salary.)
COME HOME TO ROOST
ARE YOU WITH US?
We handle the best the market affords. If you
are looking for something good to cat, give us a
trial and be convinced.
WATCH US GROW
SCOBLE, SOBEY & CO.
"THE QUALITY STORE"
THE GLOBE NA11UINAL DAmv
CAPITAL $50,000.00 TOTAL RESOURCES $441,00Cl00
This bank is prepared to transact a general banking business and willWkome
accounts of Individuals, Firms and Corporations, to whom it assures courteous
treatment and every facility consistent with prudent and conservative banking
methods. Safety Deposit Boxes in Steel Lined Vaults for Rent. Interest Paid on
Time Deposits. Strangers invited to call on us Commenced business May 28, 1906.
I. N. KINSEY, Incorporated
Dealers in listed and unlisted securities
Quotations from New York, Boston and Duluth by quick wireervice
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins
Office in Lobby of
The Lunch Problem is ono that
confronts every business man.
"Where can I get a good, whole
some lunch, well cooked and
quickly served?" Is 'a ques
tion that almost every busy man
asks himself every day.
We make a specialy of serving a
"BUSINESS MAN'S LUNCH,"
well cooked, always ready to
serve and centrally located as we
arc, insure celerity and satisfac
tion. Try us today
A. F. BANICEVICH,
RICHARD E. GOODWIN
Box 407 GLOBE, ARIZONA
I. niTIUATK SrCllET SBKVICR la U lu
branches. Investigations. Collections and
serlntf of Warrants. Prompt attention to
culls nnd nil business handled In strictest con
fidence. Fim-cluM work tuaranteod.
Office with Judge Rawlings
Assayer and Chemist
H. E. BIERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
Standard Transfer Co.
TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE
All Kinds of Heavy Hauling Done
PEARY H. HUGHES
PHONE 691 OLOBE, A. T.
For carpets and linoleums laying. Also
general house cleaning.
Call up Phono 691.
. . . . .
a mm tr "V T
Is Still Headquarters for tho
Best Beef, Pork,
Veal and Mutton,
and Fresh Eggs
Wo Insure Courteous Treatment
and Prompt Delivery. Call
And wo'll do tho rest
W. L. Dwyer, Mgr.
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cream and Bu tcr
milk in any quantity and
always on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
LOUIS WALLWAN, Proprietor 8
Finest Pasteurized Milk
and Cream delivered to Q
any part of the city. o
GLOBE, - ARIZONA
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office Rooms, 5-7-9 Trust Building ,
Office Phone Main 1841
Residence, Dominion Hotel
Hotel Dominion Phone 1341
Office: ROOMS 1-3 TRUST BUILDING
DR. P. B. CALER
Office over Palace Pharmacy
GEORGE K. FRENCH
Rooms 7 and 8. P. O. Uldjc. Phone 1241
Got That Oliver Typewriter Yet?
At Last It's Hero
The OLIVER N 5
GRACE F. DODGE, AGET.
Dominion Hctel -jf "
Stenographer and Notary Pubhc.
U. S. DEPUTY
Rooms 26 and 26y2 Globe Building
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