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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
In Every Depart- T,l"r OHP
ment of Banking Jf1 Jjj
NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
Is prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
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I Rise and Fall of the Red Metal Dur-1
ing the Past
While copper is at n very low stage that is, seemingly very low, since
...ent coppor has been n recent renlity-r-whcn compnretl with the price
.t copper at n number of period in the past sovon .veins the presont
pneo of copper does not look so bad. During the Amalgamated slump,
t..r instance, copper was quoted at 11.01 and closed in 1002 at 11.00.
The riso and fall of coppor during tho past seven years will bo of in
terest. In January of 1000 tho red metal opened nt 10.01. There was lit
tlt variation of tho prico in that year and in 1001, when, in Novcmbor
,.t tho latter year it was quoted at 10.01. Then ciuno tho Amalgamated
..lump and copper within two months went down to 11.01. Some time
ifter this tho prico climbed to 12.02 and it remained around that figure
until January, 1002, when in thrco months it advanced to M.10. After
t.mr months had passed it was again down to 12.20 and closed tho venr
,ir 11.90. In lOOIJ ia a hiatus when coppor varied littlo from tho last
ligurcs given, but January 1 of 1001 witnessed tho prico of coppor ad
aneuig and it gradually reached 11.70 within a year. On .1 miliary 1
I'joO, eopper was quoted at 1S.30 and on tho samo date in 1007. 22 00
l March of this year copper reached
t 2.V20. From that prico to bolow
SMELTER OITY ADOPTS GOVERN.
MENT BORDER COLOR FOR THE
SUITS TOR POLICE BIG GUNS
STILL TO BE CARRIED.
LOUGLAS, Ariz., October 3. Suits
f olive drab, fashioned after tho nnny
. uter dress, which were ordered by
", city council for tho police somo
' jip since, have nrrivade, and within
i week will inclose tho moro or loss
i,aol forms of all tho officers who are
aembers of the regular polico depart
iii,-nt. including City Marshal Stain
tjugh. Belts accompany the suits and
tw regular campaign hat of tho arm
. worn. The officers will carry a club
hut will not bo asked to relinquish their
fliay guns, as was at ono timo pro
jjscI It is contended that a small
,U ialibcr pocket pistol is all right for
the cat, but that in this country,
w Qere men who carry arms carry a lnrgo
aiiber gun, that sort of a gun is needed
t v the officers.
The government has at last realized
t&at blue clothes are not just what is
rn-cded by their employees hlong tho
. js swept border, and an order has
Mflll rli WtLwk
WSmuO V 2&m MKWammURW m'l,
To-day I. C. S. students are hold
ing the most highly paid positions all
over the country, as manufacturers,
superintendents, overseers, foremen, 1 I
What tho I. C. S. has done for
them, it will do for you. It will give
you the right start, train you to ad
vance in your present line, or help you
to change to an occupation that suits
Mark the coupon as directed and
mail it to-day. Tho I. C. S. will ad
vise you freely how to qualify for an
advance. This advice will cost you
nothing but a stamp, and put you
under no obligation. H you are open
to conviction, if you are ready to grasp
the hand held out to you, do not be
deterred by fear that you cannot succeed.
II You Really Want Moro Salary
SAY SO QUICKS
its maximum of valuo, being hold T
15 at present is a story that needs
been promulgated putting an ond to
tho bluo uniform for tho immigration
sorvico and southorn border points. 01-
ivo .drab will become tho official uni
form for this branch of tho government
sorvico nnd tho next suits bought by
tho local inspectors will bo "of that typo.
Horotoforo the inspectors have had
tho choico of bluo or pure white. Thoy
have long felt tho need of a uniform
adapted to tho peculiar conditions of
tho border nnd tho olive drab is just
what is needed.
Obstinate cases of constipntion nnd
nasty, mean headaches promptly dis
appear whon you take DoWitt's Littlo
Pills. Sold by Ilanna's
Satisfaction our motto. Wo havo
tho best equipped paint store in tho
city. Van Wagonon, noxt door to tho
postofficc. Givo us a call.
The Whole Bunch Indicted
By Associated Ptess.
HAI.RISHUI.G, Pa., October 2.
Sovon moro indictmonts in tho cnpitol
prosecution cases were returned by tho
grand jury this nftornoon. Evory man
named in tho prosecution has been in
dicted. A Fino Singer
Hear Biljy Cummings at the Iris to
night. American Cleaning Works, next door
to Wells Fargo. All work guaranteed.
Buy school shoes at Ingram's.
Made at Home
By a real tailor and cutter. All our
clothes are made in our store
The Only Union Tailor Shop in Globe
NAME IS A GUARANTEE
Nicholson, the Tailor
THE BEST ALWAYS
471 N. Broad Street Opposite St. Elmo
Your father had it pretty hard in his day. There was no way for him to get
tho special training Cisential to promotion. With tho opportunity oflercd young
men of to-day by the INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS,
it' 's easy for you I If you don't get a high position and a good salary It's your
International Gorrospondonco Schools
BOX SCKANTON, PA.
I rictiM explain, -vlthont further obligation on
' my piut.liow i tan (iimllfr (or n lbrpvr Knlarjlii
uiepouuon wiorewiiicn i
flhow Cord Wrlltr
W InJow Trimmer
Commrelal tarr for
Textile Mill Bupt.
Stmt and Ka
Dave Nagie, at one Time Chief of Police at Tombstone,
and the Slayer of Judge Terry is In the
Limelight on the Pacific Coast
Press dispatches announco that Davo
Nagie, formerly ehiof of polico of Tomb-
stono during tho early days, is con
spicuous in tho San Francisco courts
just now as a bodyguard for Patrick
Calhoun, tho indicted president of the
It is claimed that a largo forco of pri
vato detectives and fighting mon are
gathered about tho street railway mag
nates during his trial and somo trou
ble or outbreak is looked for. Naglo is
claimed to havo made ono demonstra
tion already, and tho press is full of
accounts of whon ho killed Judge Terry
whilo acting in tho capacity of body
guard for Chief Justico Fiolds.
During Naglo 's administration in
Tombstone- ho was regarded as a fear
PHOENIX MAN HAS THRILLING ENCOUNTER
WITH TWO NEGRO BURGLARS
Drives One From the House With a JapaneseSword, Re.
turning Only to Find that He Must Struggle
With Another Empty Handed
PHOENIX, Ariz., October 3. The
loss of vnluablo jewelry, a broken sword
and a splintered door, and ruffled feel
ings are tho results of an exciting en
counter Captain T. Connell had with
burglars last night at his home at G3S
North Soventh streot.
As tho captain and his family were
returning from tho circus, thoy noticed
a light in tho house, and, suspecting
that the placo was being ransacked by
burglars, the captain hurried to tho
liouso nnd ran upstair, just in time to
confront a hugo negro.
Tho burglar drow a billy and made
for Connell, nnd he, snatching a Jap
anese sword from tho wnll, began using
it on tho negro, nnd ho continued using
it until tho weapon was broken over
the colored man's head.
Then tho negro turned and ran down
stairs and escaped by jumping through
a screen door, taking tho door with
After chasing him well off the prem
ises, Connell, re-entered the houso and
wont into tho curio room, muttering to
himself and wishing that he had had a
Just then a fnco blacker than the
ace of spades protruded itself from be
hind a porticrre nnd another negro ap
Tho captainjind absolutely no wea
pon this time, not oven a sword, and
the black man picked up a water olla,
threatening to bring it down on the
captain's head if ho wero not allowed
to depart unmolested. Thero was noth
ing to do but grant his request, and he
was accordingly allowed to go in peace.
Captain Connell notified tho city mar
shal at once, and tho stock yards and
departing trains were watched in the
hopo of catching tho burglary. It is
practically certain that they left along
with tho circus.
Charles White, tho detective for Ring-
uavo marncu a
Arch I tort
MED III 'FRISCO
OF THE BORDER
less officer and was implicated in bcv
ernl exciting border events in which
some promiscuous shooting was in
dulged in. Ho also killed a Mexican
there while chief of police, tho rec
ords showing that tho man was killed
whilo resisting arrest.
Sinco leaving Arizona ho has been
quoted as a "gun man," a slayer and a
bad man generally, with a record of
bordor killings that would fill a large
Whenever ho appears in tho rolo of
n bodyguard ho is promptly brought
into tho limelight by a sensational
press, which exploits the "doings" of
tho border terror, most of which orig
inate in tho fanciful imagination of
tho space writer.
ling brothers, offered to exert evory
effort to land tho men in Tucson. TJic
polico havo good descriptions of them
for they were scon loafing around town
At first it was thought that littlo of
value had been stolen from the Con
nell 's, asido from tho captain's revolver,
but it was later discovered that a con
siderable .amount of jewelry was albo
missing. The pieces of jewelry were
family heirlooms, and were kii-b.lv
prized for that reason, aside from their
STEUOK 'EE EIOH, BY JINOt
(By J. Watt Hoguc)
Whoa Bill, back up, you jackass,
Till I load this sack of beans,
An' put this plug of navy
In the pockit of my jeans.
An' hero's a sack of bacon.
An' a bottlo or two of booze;
Wo '11 hit tho trail for camp again
To tell the boys tho news.
Sixty miles we've got to go
Through tho red-hot, br'iin' sun,
An' kicking a burro over tho hills
Ain't n ballroom sort of fun.
But when a feller's struck 'er rich
As tho assays hero will show,
It puts new life into his heel
An' his gait ain't cry alow.
Whoa, burro; stand up, you rascal,
Till I git this flour cinched snug;
Tho boys air wantin flapjacks
An' somo for your ugly mug.
Hike, you rascal; git a movin', ?
An' climb them mountains high;
Tho rock we've got up in tho hills
Will make us by and by.
An' say, old donk, you'vo stuck to mo
On many a rocky road,
A pnekin' my grub art' .blankets
Sometimes a heavy load.
But soon you'll havo n pasture,
An' lay back in tho sliado;
A few moro Ions of rock liko this
An' ourortuncs both air made.-
Ilikc, you rascal, sling them hoofs;
Keep your noso Btraight on the trail,
Or I'll swat you on tho ham bones
An' kick you on tho tail.
SPORTING WRITER TELLS WHY
SUCH A CIRCUIT WOULD SURE
LY PAY PLENTY OF MATERIAL
AND CITIES CLOSE ENOUGH.
When tho managers of the various
ball teams are in the city for tho base
ball tournament in October, suggests tho
Tucson Star, it would bo an opportuno
time to take up the question of form
ing an Arizona circuit or league.
Thero arc n number of towns in tho
southorn pnrt of tho territory that
could bo included that are close enough
together so that tho jumps would not bo
too far; for instanco, Phoenix, Yuma,
Tucson, Douglas, Cananea and Bisbce.
All of tho above places havo enclosed
grounds whoro games could bo pulled
off and with tho present enthusiasm
that is provnihng throughout tho terri
tory, there si no doubt but what the
receipts of tho games would pay tho
expenses of tho league
Phoenix is preparing to havo a team
mado up of coast leaguo players for
tho winter, and so is Yuma. Douglas
has tho Midland team, which are not so
slow. Bisbeo will havo the team fjcyn,
Webb City, Mo. Canan.eji string
enough as it lines up, wne'ucsCjii ilii
wintor will bo abjp. to, p$ u,p atem.
that wU hfllfl lHjrqvP wfth, tlo r6
Thero is nq rcago,n Tfte winter soa
son of baBchay cantfol bo nrralged.
Tho weather" will permit It hero tho
yonr around and thoro is no doubt but
what U can bo mado a" success.
ThU Ie Amateur Night
At tho Iris. Tickots on sale today from
2 p. m. until 5 p. m. A big show to
How About Your Insurauce?
Don't wnit until tho house burns
down before you think of insurance. See
Billie Fc-land about it at once. tf
DoWitt's Carboli.cd Witch Hazel
Salvo is good for littlo burns nnd big
buii'ip, small scratches or bruises and
big ones. It is healing and hoothing.
Good for piles. Sold by Hnnna's Drug
Wo frame pictures. Naqtiin & Co.
Chocolates kept cool and fresh in
tho hottest weather at Van Wagonons
Post Office Store. Call and bo con
Silk potticoats; largest assortment, all
shades, all grades, on salo for a fow
days at 10 per cent, 20 per cent and 30
per cent reduction bolow regular prices.
People's Cash Store, Dolph Baats, pro
prietor, Globo, Ariz.
Sewing machines for rent at J. P.
McNeil's Furnituro store, opposito the
Miner's union hall, Globe, Ariz.
This Is Amateur Night
At tho Iris. Tickets on sale today from
2 p. m. until 5 p. in. A big show to
flavor and quality may
be fully protected
are packed flavor-
in dust proof cartons.
They give tea
J. A. Folg'cr ZX
Importers of Pu
Latest, safest and most improved
model, guaranteed for economy and re
liability; simplest scientific ongino built.
MINING AND IEEIOATION
Sold and installed on absoluto guar
BOX 211 GLOBE, AEIZ.
f Tea i
Elite Pool and Billiard Parlors
BASEMENT UNDER FIRST NATIONAL BANK
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS COME ONE-COME ALL
INTOXICANTS NOT ALLOWED
J. M. DALEY - Proprietor
THE GLOBE NATIONAL BANK
G. S. Van Wagoncn. ...President
Dr. W. A. Holt
A. W. Sydnor
O. M. Cushman. . . .Assistant Cashier
Do a general
For a good fit go to
J. W. WALTER
Rear of Ingram's, opposito tho First
Suits Made to Order
for 25.00 and Up
A fit guaranteed or your money re
funded. Hats and clothes cleaned as good as
The Lunch Problem is one 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 LUNClf,"
well cooked, always ready to
serve and centrally located as we.
are, insure celerity and satisfac-"
tion. Try us today
A. F. BANICEVICH,
Standard Transfer Co.
TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE
All Kinds of Heavy Hauling Done
399 Broad Street WATCH US GROW
This Is the Place
Don't forget to placo your poultry or
ders with us. Turkeys, Ducks, Chick
ens, fancy Broilers and Spring Chick
ens always on baud.
Sugar Cured Corned Beef and
Pure Home Rendered
Lard at Lowest Prices
Gcnuino Sheep and Lamb always to
bo had at tho Central Market. For a
square deal and treatment call at
The Central Meat
JAMES PIUS. Manager
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
Jos. H. Hamill Vice-President
Patrick Roso Fred
E. M. .Whito Fred
C. G. Mardorf Teller
banking business. You are
W. BROOKNER CO.
THE BIG STORE
403 to 423
Not onco in a whilo, but every
timo you order. Delivered at
once. We handle nothing but the
very best meats and our cutters
know how to cut it.. Just re
ceived a fresh shipniont of
SWISS, TWIN AND LIMBUR
GER. Phono us your order and
wo will please you.
Get a Good Meal at
Directly Opposite Postoffice
Substantial Home Cooking
MRS. A. E. BARKER
Manicuring and Chiropody, Massage
and Scalp Treatment a Specialty.
Globo Office Building
MRS. P. A. SMITH
Special for obstetrics, typhoid and pneu
monia. Residence, 143 Lano street,
School hill, North Globe.
SULTAN & WAYNE
141 North Broad Street
P. O. Box 867
GEORGE K. FRENCH
Rooms 7 and 8. P. O. Bldg. Phone 1241
U. S. DEPUTY
Kooms 26 and 2C2 Globo Building
Assayer and Chemist
. E. BIERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
Subscribe for tho Daily Silver Belt.
A. G. Smith.
Keenan O. Shock. . Collection Clerk
N. Broad Street
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