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Tuesday, August 20, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
In Every Depart
ment of Banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
Is prepared to serve
you in a catisfactory
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CTDIlfC II TIIPC
Two Havo Tlioir Pay Raised to SIO per
Month ane Othors Will Work for $35
CUrls Continued at Work Wlillo
Wafting for Result of Ultimatum.
The Htriko of tulopliono girls at Tuc
sou oa mo to an end without violence
or Woodshed, according to the Star,
After a long conforonce, which began
early yesterday, and whieh was not con
cluded until last night, the "hollo
girls" who are employed at tho central
oflico hero were given an iiiorease in
nay from $!10 por month to $10 per
An attempt was matin by tho tele
phone ollieials to convoy tho impression
that there was no trouble at all, but
it was learned directly, nevertheless,
that tho girls yesterday delivered their
ultimatum that unless they woro given
an increase of $10 per month thoy would
quit work and thoreby tio up tho city
General Manager O. W. HinchclilTo
of the Consolidated Telephone, Tele
graph & Klcctric company, which owns
the local telophono linos as well as the
long tlistanco wiros to othor parts of the
territory, stated last night that there
had been no trouble with tho oporators.
It was learned, howover, that a com
mittee of "central" girls mot tho olli
eials of the company and delivered thoir
ultimatum nf an increase in pay. They
stated that the work is exceedingly dif
ficult ami that thoy woro ontitlctl to
more salary. Thoy wore backed in
their demands by a great ntiinbor of
the telephone users, who realize that
the operators are compelled to undergo
a great strain ovory day.
The company ollieials wore willing
to give two of tho girls, who havo been
in the employ of tho local oflico for a
long time, $10 por month, but thoy ob
jected to making this tho gonoral scale.
Thoy stated that thoy wished to pay
tho newer girls but $.13 per month,
which would havo been an increase of
only $3 per month.
The question of tho increase was ar
gued for a consitlorablo time. Finally
the girls delivered tho ultimatum that
they would havo to recoivo tho $10
increase or thoro would bo a gonoral
strike, and the company then granted
All of tho operatives ?;
will be at work this morning.
The difficulty which threatened to be
coino serious did not affect the lines of
tho company, as tho girls continued at
work whilo awaiting tho answor to thoir
Fun at tho Iris
Don't misrS this show
It is a good
A PROSPEROUS TRUST
Mr. Morgan's Predictions as to Stcol
When tho steel corporation was
formed Mr. Morgan subjected himself
to criticism by calculating that not
earnings would rench $100,000,000 for
a year, or $23,000,000 more than enough
to pay interest and dividends. Tho fig
ores, being among tho first as well as
the largest of the new era whon old sta
tistics tlid not count, aroused the fury
ill fliU M
1 111 Mil
Hdl Villi r?Je.1I W iiaa Mn4i iwt
IrVfl l.x Wis fifaPl"- aTCPiN tort
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Il$ u$ r $ I ft?
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Moving Sale of Jewelry
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On account of having to move soon, I am offer-
ing my entire stock of Jewelry and Uptical Goods at g
a uig reduction ror tne next 6v ciays oniy. inow is
the time, if you are in need of a good Watch, Chain
or Charm, Necklace, Bracelets or JJrooches, Stick
Pins, Silverware or Kings.
Remember this reduction is good for 30 days only.
So come early and get bargains. Everything guar- 8
anteed and engraved free of Charge. o
O. R. FEIST, the Jeweler
Bargains in Watches. At Ryan's News Stand 8
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uL.l,Ii , tjiy J3 ,Ti !u,ij. jtJt-jrSSAiNfW, ..
of tho conservative critics, who roundly
denounced such capitalization of an-
iiuipiueii prosporiry, more mining
"prospects," so to speak.
Time brings its rovenges, and they
are ample in this case. Mr. Morgan's
extravagant estimate of earnings has
been far exceeded in tho first half of
the current year. This result is so far
from being forced that the net is reach
ed only after surcharging last year's
ample depreciation .allowance by unac
customed charges of depreciation to op
orating .costs instead of to extraordin
ary replacements. This year $:t;i,0U0,
000 djas been apportioned to now con
struction, and within eighteen mouths
$S:$,000,000 has been thus expended.
Tho year's total charges on this very
liberal scale havo been earned already,
except $7,000,000, and all that is earned
in tho two remaining quarters above
tho last-named sum is "velvet."
An up-to-date elopment at the Alex
Is ono of Globo 's oldest and best
known cafes; overythlng first-class in
his lino. Call and bo convinced.
liny a pound of that famous Little
ton (.Ironmory buttor at tho Independent
Market, only -10 cents a pound. tf
Florida Camphor Grovo
Secretary .Tames Wilson of tho De
partment of Agriculture, in a recent
address delivered boforo tho Amoricus
Club at Pittsburg, declared that tho
United States was successfully exper
imenting in the production of camphor.
Ho said, in part:
"For years the department has been
distributing camphor tree seed, and
thousands of trees aro now growing
throughout the South and tho Pacific
Coast States. Two years ago a serious
effort was made to develop tho manu
facture of camphor from these trees.
"By improvements in manufacturing
process satisfactory results havo been
accomplished and a largo manufactur
ing concern is now building up n cam
phor grovo of 2,000 acres in Florida,
from which it hopes to make its cam
phor. This firm uses more than $ii00
000 worth of camphor ovory year."
Now York Sun.
Reflections of a Bachelor
Whon you aren't afraid of the cook
you haven't any.
A nico thing about reform is when
you do it to somebody else.
A woman is proud- of being married
just tho samo if it's a failure.
A man likos to bo in polities so ho
can havo an excuse for boing a failure
What a woman really enjoys about
having a now hat is sho can bogin to
plan right away to havo anothor. Now
Go to tho Indian Hot Springs and
tnko a swim in iho finest lake in tho
scMthwo3t. - 2C9
Some straight-laced men have gone
Tho man who boasts of his ignorance
has gouo tho limit.
To tho bunko artist one man's money
is as good as another's.
It's up to a man to sit down and con
template a standing oifor.
Ono way to put money into circula
tion is to tnko it to tho race track.
Whon a man has occasion to defend
his actions ho admits his weakness.
It is safer to judge a man by his
daily talk than his Sunday prayers.
Go to Nicholson
Perfect Fitting Suit
The Name Is a Guarantee
W. BROOKNER CO.
THE BIG STORE
403 to 423
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DIES OF INJURIES
Ono Fatality from Explosion of South
ern Pacific Engino at Tucson Last
Wock Little Hope for Rocovcry of
Two Othors Who Wcro Injured.
TUCSON. Ariz., August 17. At 3
o'clock yesterday morning C. 11. Var
noy, tho young engineer who was fatal
ly injured Thursday night by the ex
plosion of a boiler on engine No. 2080
in the now Southern Pacific roundhouse,
passed away, never having regained
consciousness after boing injured.
lamml Marquez and P. It. Lopez,
who wero also terribly injmed, aro at
the hospital and very litilo hope is
held out for their recovery. Cliailcs
Gomez, tho fourth victim of tho acci
dent, lies in a precarious condition at
A'ainoy was in tho cab of his engine
at the time of tho explosion. Marquez
and Lopez wero working on a station
ary engino which was just in front of
No. 20SG and Charles Gomoz was stand
ing in tho roar of tho engine.
Varuoy was onvelopcd in a cloud of
steam, his faco and chest being .almost
cooked. His body was lifted by tint
forco of tho explosion and thrown on
tho framo of tho engine, where ho lay,
unconscious. Marquez, Lopez ami Go
mez were all scalded about tho face and
Foreman Coleman was tho first to
i each tho scene of tho disaster and
tho first thing ho saw was poor Var
ney's huddled body hanging on the
framework of tho dismantled engine.
With tho help of another workman
Coleman carried tho unconscious form
into the roundhouse oflico and an nm
bulanco was called. Jn tho meantime
tho other threo nion wero placed on
bunches alongside tho apparently life
less body of their young comrade.
Ararnoy never oponcd his eyes from
the timo that he was picked up by
Coloman until his death occurred. Mar
quoz and Lopez regained thoir senses
shortly after arriving at tho hospital,
but woro suffering such tcrriblo pain
that they woro unable to speak and
shortly aftorward both lapsed into un
consciousncsngain. Tho hugo boiler was lifted clear of
tho frame of tho engine by the force
of tho explosion and hurled upward
and outward, striking at tho intersec
tion of tho south wall and the roof.
About thirty feet of tho wall was torn
out and a gap torn in tho roof thirty
feot long and about twenty feet wide.
Small bits of stool and Iran were
hurled in ovory direction and a work
man stated that a piece of tho nisidc
work of the cab had boon found a
hundred yards from tho scone of the
Tho explosion was the result of care
lessness of tho young man who now
lies in tho undertaking parlors. Var
ticy allowed tho water to run too low
in the boiler, at tho samo timo keeping
a big fire burning in his engine.
Counterfeiters in Globo
At tho Alexander tonight.
Billic Poland is still writing insur
ance. See him at the Gila County Ab
stract ofllcc. tf
Buggy and Wagon Repairing
Wo wish to inform tho public that we
now havo a complete stock of hardware
and buggy and wagon material and are
fully equipped to do all kinds of buggy
and wagon repairing and rebuilding.
First class workmen; best work guaran
teed. TCIIMJK & RLADING,
West Cedar Street, below 0. K. Livery
Optimistic Outlook for the Future Ban
ishment of Diseaso
1 am certain it is safo to prophecy
that tho time will como when hospitals
for infectious diseases will bo empty
and not wanted. T also look forward
to tho timo when it will bo as anomal
ous for a person to dio of scarlet fever,
typhoid, cholera and diphtheria as it
will for a man to die of a wolf's bite
in England. Very little, however, can
bo done y toll legislature, but every
thing by; (lie progress of medical science,
and in a much larger degrco by tho
intelligence of the people. Wo must
rccognizo that tho saying that everyone
must cat a peck of dirt, boforo ho dies
is erroneous and seo that dirt is un
dcsirnblc. Prcvontivo medicino is
founded upon hard facts, prudenco nnd
common sense. Tho mystery of tho an
cient doctor, his uso of long names and
his extraordinary prescriptions aro pass
ing away. Multitudes of sholvcs full
of bottles which surround doctors nro
also passing away and boing roplaced by
simple living, suitablo diot, plenty of
sun, nnd plenty of fresh air. Tho fight
of tho present day is against millions
of microbes, and tho weapons aro san
itary regulations, municipal government,
tho sanitary inspector, and tho medical
ofllcor of health.
An Artist in Town
Seo tho lightning skotch artist at the
Iris tonight. Ho is great.
N. Broad Street
DIAMONDS T0,'C03T MORE
Do Boors' Purchaso of Promicr Mino
Gives Trust Control of Markot
From tho London oflico of Fdward
Van Dam & Co. comes tho information
(hat tho celobrated Premier mino, not
far from Kimborly, which for threo
years has been tho obstacle in tho way
of a diamond trust, had been taken
over by tho Do Beers.
This means according to Mr. Van
Dam, that uvary carat of diamonds
mined in South Africa is controlled by
tho diamond trust, whoso proporty val
uations would make tho colossal for
tune of John 1). Itockefellcr look liko
"it's a case of Kuropo taking up
American trust methods," said anothor
proincnt wholesale dealer. "Since tho
Premier mino was discovered our agents
abroad havo reported the greatest at
tention on tho pari of tho Do Beers
oflices. Wo had tho Premier to fall
back on all tho time. Now that thoy
have consolidated under tho name of
tho Do Beers, diamonds aro bound to
go higher. These men, headed by Wer
ner Belt of London, probably tho rich
est man in England, paid an enormous
sum for tho mino. You can estimate its
worth when its output yearly in dia
monds is valued at $15,000,000.
"Now, in accordance with tho ritual
of t,ho American trust, where a great
sum is paid out for the purpose of
amalgamation, a much greater sum must
bo returned by tho increase in price.
It will bo easy for the Do Beers to
curtail tho market, keop the supply be
low tho demand, and compel diamond
buyers to pay higher prices. There can
bo no more competition now in the dia
mond markot until another big mine is
"Diamonds nro today a great deal
cheaper than other precious stones. Two
small pearls will cost almost $2,000,
while two largo diamonds may bo had
for that price, With tho stock of dia
monds which the Do Beers have on hand
thoy can afford to close the mines of
South Africa and got rid of tho Bur
plus which thoy seem to think is hold
ing tho price of the gems down. In an
other year the price of diamonds may
be doubled. Thero is no way to halt
tho Do Beers. They absolutely control
tho situation." Washington Post.
Wo framo pictures. Naquin & Co.
Is ono of Globo 's oldest and best
known cafes; overythlng first-class In
bis line. Call and bo convinced.
An up-to-dato elopment at the Alex
WILL MINE FOR GOLD
Thought Arizona Cattleman Was an
Work Troy Gold Field
John Kavanaugh and wife of Phoenix
returned yesto'rday from n trip to tho
coast, where Mr. Kavanaugh spctnt tho
greater part of his time looking after
mining business, says tho Tucson Citi
zen, lie is now ono of tho directors
in tho Bnrbarossa Mining company,
which was recently organized with Los
Angeles capital behind it for tho pur
pose of developing tho placer property
in the Troy district, recently purchased
by Charles Pichenbach and G. W. Welle
Ifrom Charles A. Brown and, Frank
Tho property is located threo miles
from Troy and some time ago consider
able excitement was created by finds of
nuggets of gold on the claims amount
ing to several hundreds of dollars in
value. This placer proposition, has been
worked before, but it will now bo oper
ated by tho company with new methods
and the work will bo pushed with vigor.
Tho main work will begin about tho
1st of September and later new ma
chinery will bo installed. Development
will be commenced on tho placer ledge.
Tho ore carries some values in silver
and copper and it is hoped that as the
work goes down gieat values will bo
Sowing machines for rent at J. P.
McNeil's Furniture store, opposite the
Miners' union hall, Globo, Ailz. '
Do not fail to hear "Under tho Trop
ical Moon," sung by Chas. 13. Jennings
at tho Alexander tonight.
Mountain Terraces in Luzon
Gov. Gen. Smith of the Phillipincs,
recently made a tour of tho mountain
provinces of Northern Luzon, chiefly
inhabited by pagan tribes. On his re
turn to Mnnila ho said: "The journey
through tho mountain country was a
rovclation. I havo nover scon such
cultivation as wo saw in tho mountains.
Thoso peoplo havo terraced tho mount
ains in somo instances a thousand fecj;
high, nnd every bit of the land is undor
cultivation. Tho people aro happy and
all woro working hard. Wo traveled
without a guard over a country thai; ten
years ago was tho most dangorous in
tho islands. On ono of tho trnins, now
used by Filipino farmers to tako pro
duco from Isabella into Cngayan, the
Spaniards had three heavy outposts.
Nothing of tho kind is found thoro now
and tho trail is porfectly safo.
"I do not boliovo there is anything
in tho world that can equal tho manner
in which tho peoplo of tho mountains
havo mado their country productive It
cortainly surpasses anything I havo
ovor scon. Tho terraces in Japan aro
pygmies compared with it. Tho earth
and stono wcro brought for miles and
tho most wonderful part about it is
that tho terraces aro as solid and sub
stantial as if thoy wcro part of tho
"Somo of them aro 70 or 100 feet
high and romnin undisturbed through
all sorts of wcathro and landslides. And
at tho timo theso torraccs woro mado
tho peoplo woro undor arms, working
with their knives and shields close at
hand and with sontrics on every high
point of land and mountain top. Chi
Remember this is change night nt tho
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H. C. Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
Room 16, Globe Building
R. S. SCOTT
IF YOU WANT TO GET YOUR
WAGONS PAINTED, STRIPED
AND LETTERED IN FIRST
CLASS STYLE, CALL AND SEE
Rear Gila Valley Bank
Edmund T. Satchel!
Assayer and Chemist
111 BROAD STREET P. O. Box 867
8 a. hi- auuii; iiittl IVUL llldlll
tains its well known rep
utation ior excellence.
Of first-class quality and
at prices to suit all.
Courtesy and atten
tion to customers is our
JOE RYAN, - Manager
if Jr-'g-tii 'VFVV
CLEAN-UP SALE ON INGRAIN
Have too many and must make room for
Fall Goods which Mr. Geo. Hunt is
now in the East buying
White Waists and Skirts
This has been a remarkable sale, but we
still have some left
200 doz. Burson Full Fashion Hose. Excel
lent value at 25c
Old Dominion Commercial Co.
Globe's " PURE FOOD " Store !
Now that thero is no further argument about summer really being
here, it is well to look to your health in regard to what you want to
eat. In regular linos wo aro particular that everything is up to our
high standard and conforms to tho Pure Food Laws. If you havo
not been a customer of ours previously, give us a portion of your pat
ronago and bo convinced.
Ferndell Goods Can't Be Beat
For salo at tho PURE FOOD STORE
SCOBLE, SOBEY & CO.
THE GLOBE NATIONAL BANK
The first year of business was a very satisfactory one,., . We are more
than pleased with the support given us by our friends.fand the public
is invited to extend us their help with the assurance that we can
grant them every courtesy consistent with good banking.
I. N. KINSEY, Incorporated
Dealers in listed and unlisted securities
Quotations from New York, Boston and Duluth by quick wire service
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins
Office inXobby of Dominion Hotel . Phone 1221
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
Bervc and centrally located as we
are, insure celerity and satisfac
tion. Try us today
A. F. BANICEVICH,
HACK and PUBLIC CARRIAGE
Reasonable Rates. All Calls Promptly
Assayer and Chemist
II. E. BIERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
Standard Transfer Co.
TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE
All Kinds of Heavy Hauling Done
PEARY H. HUGHES
PHONE GO I GLOBE, A. T.
For carpets and linoleums laying. Also
general houso cleaning.
.Call up Phono C91.
OUR TOTAL RESOURCES ARE $450,000.00
We Carry the Very
Best Line of
Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Veal, Hams and Bacon
FRESH IN TODAY
Salt Mackerel S
ORDER EARLY They won't last
long Telephone 31 I
W. L. Dwyer, Manager
LOUIS WALLIMAN, Proprietor o
Finest P.istnirizfd Milk 0
and Cream delivered to Q
any part of the city. ,
GLOBE, - ARIZONA
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office Rooms, 5-7-9 Trust Building
Office Phono Main 18il
Residence, Dominion Hotel
Hotel Dqminion Phone 1341
Office: ROOMS 1-3 TRUST BUILDING
GEORGE K. FRENCH
Rooms 7 and 8. P. O. Bide Phone 1241
U. S. DEPUTY
MINERAL SURVEYOR '
Eooms 20 and 2GV2 Globe Building
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