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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Tuesday, November 12, jJ
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J Patrick Rose,
E. T. Stewart,
When you insure your property, do so
with those who, when they have writ
ten your Policy you will have no
.trouble to collect for your loss. We
have over twenty of the best companies
represented in Globe, and KNOW how
to attend to your wants.
We also do a general Abstract business and when
you get an Abstract of Title from us you can rest
assured that it is a correct one. And so acknowl
edged by the leading business men of Globe.
We do a general Real Estate, Loan and
Bond business. If you have property
for sale or rent tell us your wants, and
we will attend to them promptly.
J. C. PHILLIPSON I
1 1 ti n i 1 1 i n mi
SHORT STORIES OF THE CITY
Buying Holiday Stock. Mrs. Dolph
Baatz, wifo of tho proprietor of tlio
Pcoplo's store, is in San Francisco buy
ing goods for tlio holiday trade and is
expected home early next week.
Closing Out Stock. Tho Globo Furn
ishing company, formerly Edwards &
NefT, are closing out their cntiro stock
of clothing, shoes and furnishing goods
and will bo out of business in a few
days. An auction salo was started last
night and will bo continued until tho
remainder of tho stock is disposed of.
Two Dollars for Three. Tn an adver
tisement elsewhere the Silver Belt
makes a very liberal offer. Tor $2 in
clearing houso scrip wo wil deliver the
-daily Silver Belt to any part of tho
city for thrco months. Old subscribers
as well as new can tako advantage of
Drew a Ploater. Oren Palmer, who
has been practically living in tho red
light district of late, was in Justice
Thomas court yesterday on a vagrancy
charge. After hearing tho evidence- tho
magistrate decided that Palmer could
not bo used to good advantago in this
city and gave him twenty-four hours in
which to leave Globe.
Mischievous Boys. Three small boys
residing in tho Mitchell camp neighbor
hood were arrested Saturday night
charged with stoning a building in
which a danco was in progress. In Jus-
tico Thomas' court yesterday they were
fined tho costs.
Case Appealed. Tho case of John
Spleto and Anton Obad vs. John Bry-
cnovich, a suit to recover judgment lor
$58 has been appealed from Justico
Thomas' court to tho district court. In
the lower court judgment for defendant
Laid to Best. Funeral services over
the remains of S. N. Yeoman were con
ducted from tho chapel of tho I L.
'Tones undertaking establishment yester
day and were largely attended. The
body was interred at tho Union ceme
tery. Doath of Child. Tho 1 "-month-old in
fant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Galentino
died on Saturday. The funeral services
were held yesterday from tho F. L.
Jones & Son chapel.
Buried Sunday. F. Billalobis, a Mcx
ican, who died at tho Old Dominion
hospital Saturday, was buried on Sun
day. Leaves for Missouri. Rev. W. r.
Buckncr leaves for his homo in Spring
field; Mo., this morning. Mr. Buckncr
has been in tho city a number of days
arranging for tho defense of his brother,
Henry Buckncr, who is confined in tlio
county jail charged with making an
assault with n deadly weapon on Daniel
James with intent to kill.
Looks Better. A coat of steamboat
white paint climaxes many improve
ments to tho front of Sultan Brothers'
store, making" it ono of tho neatest in
Try a Want Ad. If you have houses'
or rooms to rent try a Silver .licit wnnt
ad. It will bring results. Many pco
plo inquire for both houses and rooms
at this oflico daily.
Sirrino Goes to Sonora. E. E. Sirrino,
who has been trainmaster hero for th
Gila Valley, Globo & Northern, has ac
cepted a similar position with tho So
nora railway, with headquarters at
Guaymas, Sonora, and will leave fur
that placo this morning. No successor
will bo named for tho position hero as,
sinco tho freight congestion which tied
up the road for sovcral months has been
cleared, there remain no duties that
cannot bo handled by tho present oper
ating staff. Mr. Sirrino made may
friends in Globe who regret to seo him
leave and wish him well in his new
SU- '?" .,'!!, 1. ..l.."S
San Carlos last evening to purchase
supplies from tho local dealers.
E. B. Van Vcon, official court reportor
for this district returned Sunday even
ing from Solomonvlllo, whore, ho at
tended district court for Graham coun
ty. Stock Quotations
All along tho lino, from top to bot
tom, stocks shot up from ono to four
points yesterday and closed strong. Tho
following quotations wore posted by tho
II, If. llru company ut tho close of trad
ing last night:
American Smelting G7.00
Southoru Pacific C8.75 -
Union Pacific 113.117
U. S. Steel common 25.12
U. S. Steel prcforred 81.87
Arizona Commercial ........ 10.50 11.00
Bingham 5.50 COO
Calumot & Arizona 100.00 108.00
Copper Range 51.50 54.75
Greeno-Cannnea 5.75 0.00
North Butto 40.25 40.50
Old Dominion 23.50 21.00
Shannon 10.25 10.50
Trinity 11.25 11.50
Utnh Consolidated 33.25 33.50
Helvetia 2.75 2.25
Dunn-Arizona 2.87 3.25
Globo Consolidated 4.02 5.00
Nntionnl Exploration .30 .35
Nipissing - COO C25
Superior & Boston 2.50 2.75
Superior & Pittsburg 0.37 0.02
Calumot & Globo 1.00
revision at onge
Bryan Thinks Reduced Rates
on Trust Articles Would
Knock Out Octopus
A. L. Freeman of San Bernardino,
Cal., is in the city on a business mis
sion. Mrs. J. D. Quick of Watcrdnle, S. D.,
is tho guest of Mrs. Elmer' Gilmor in
Mrs. Dr.' Shaw returned from a visit
to Los Angeles and southern California
L. G. Moycrs returned Sunday from
a month's visit with friends and rela
tives in Rome, Ga.
T. W. Ballcngcr, advance agent for
the Gentry Brothers dog and pony
show, is at tho Dominion.
Fred E. Turner of Stockton, Cal., is
a visitor in tho city. Ho arrived yes
terday by way of Roosevelt.
John Blnko, a well known mining
man of western Graham county, carao in
last evening from Stanley Butto.
F. R. Mclntyro arrived in Globo Sun
day from Cannnca to tako a position
with tho Home Printing company.
Miss Isolcno Coombs is spending a
few days with Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Coombs at the McMillcn mine.
M. L. Harrcl arrived in Mesa yester
day morning with 175 head of cattle
from Globo. Mesa Frco Press.
Mrs. Will C. Roundoy returned Sun
day night after visiting with friends
and relatives in Safford and Thatcher.
Harlov Martin, manager of tho Chiri-
cahua Cattlo company, camo in from
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Novombor 1 1.
Bryan was the guesct of honor at the
Plankington houso tonight. Covers
were laid for over five hundred guests.
Ho responded to tho toast "Democ
racy." Brynn discussed democracy as
presented by Jefferson, contrasting it
with the Hnmiltonian theory of central-
ization, and m speaking of the spheres
of national and stnto legislation took
occasion to condemn nntional incorpor
ation of railroads as proposed by tho
president, saying that however honestly
tho president intended it, it was in the
interest of the railroad1', which desired,
not greater federal regulation, but to
escape from state regulation, lio dis
cussed tho trusts, tariff and railroad
questions and on tho trust question ho
favored the enforcement of the criminal
laws against trusts.
On the tariff question he favored im
mediate revision, beginning with the
tariff on articles which como into com
petition with trust-made articles. Such
tariff, ho thought, ought to be entirely
AFTER PAYING $75,000
AND THEN SOME THE
GUGGENHEIMS LET GO
C. T. Roborts, representing the Gug
gonhoim milling interests in this county,
loft yesterday for tho Tip Top mines,
for the purposo of delivering into tho
hnnds of the agent of tho original own
ois tho Tip Top group of claims pur
chased about a year ago from tho Tip
Top Mining company, says tlio Tucson
The priginnl 'purchase prico was $150,
000 and 50 per cent of this amount was
paid whon tho Guggenheim interests
took possession. Tho fnlo was promoted
by Douglas Gray of El Paso and A. W.
Forbes of Tucson nnd it was reported
that tho commission of the snla was
During tho past year as high as seventy-five
men have been employed on
tho property and ore shipments were
made to El Paso which gavo fuir re
turns. Tho reason given for tho turning of
tho property back to the original own
ers is that the purchase of tho property
was made by tho oxecutivo committee
of tho Guggenheim interests nntljjevcr
approved by the committee, and that
when tho time drew near for making
the last payment, that the mining" com
mittee refused to recommend tho pur
chase, and aftor making tho first pay
ment of $73,000 arid working the mines
for tho past year it was voted by tho
directors to allow tho property to re
vert to tho original owners. x
DR, A, F, MAISCH AND
FAMILY TO SPEND A
SEASON IN EUROPE
Dr. A. F. Mnisch, accompanied by his
wifo and young son, will leave for Europe-
tho latter part of this month,
where thoy will spend eight or ten
months. Dr. Mnisch expects to study
in tho hospitals of tho largo European
capitals and most of tho period abroad
will bo spent in Vicnnn. The doctor
and his family will leavo Globo on No
vember 21 and aftor a visit with his
father in St. Louis, thoy will proceed to
New York, whenco tho sail early in
December. During his absence Dr.
Mnisch 's practice will bo in charge of
tho Old Dominion medical staff and
his residence on Nob hill will bo occu
pied by Dr. and Mrs. C. T. Sturgeon.
Shoes for all. Sam Kco's.
I am tho man who will, without extra
charge, go anywhere in tho city to take
nn acknowledgment, day or night, ruin
or shine; also draw up deeds, releases,
mortgages and wills at small cost; bug
gy always ready In front of Brown's
store. Phono 441. L. H. Brown, the
notary public. tf
Look Who's Hero
Two big vaudovillo acts and two mov
ing pictures ut tho Iris tonight. Illus
trated songs by Billy Cummings.
Obstinato enscs of constipation and
nasty, moan headaches promptly dis
appear when you tako Do Witt's Little
Early Risor Pills. Sold by Hnnua's
Big Show Tonight
Seo tho Two Ponies ut the Iris to
night. Also Swor and Westbrook and
two moving pictures.
Alfred Benjamin Clothing sold at
Lantin's. A largo stock of boys' and
children's clothing now sold at cost at
Storage room phono C01.
All to the highest bidders. Entire
block of clothing, shoes and gent's furn
ishings must go this week nt the Globo
Furnishing Co. auction sale.
Havo You a Cough?
A doso of Ballard's Horohound Syrup
will relieve it. Ilavo you a cold!
Try ;t for whooping cough, for asth
ma, for consumption, for bronchitis.
Mrs. Joe McOrath, 327 East First street,
Hutchinson, Kan., writes: "I have
used Ballard's Horehound Syrup in my
family for live years, and find it the
most palatable medicine I ever used."
Sold by Palaco Pharmacy.
Baiting powacr at Sam Kco's; flve
pound can for $1.50. Guaranteed satisfactory.
"MAYOR OF T0KI0"
. MAY BE SECURED
FOR GLOBE PEOPLE
Gila County Abstract Co.
THE POPULAR AGENCY
Manager Alexander of Dreamland an
nounces that if a satisfactory guarantee
is given that ho can secure for tho pco
plo of Globo as a Thanksgiving night
attraction tho "Mayor of Tokio,"
which has been tho leading booking in
all tho metropolitan playhouses this sea
son. Jlr.. Alexander considers it an at
traction that will please local theater
goers much better than did Mrs. Fisko
or tho "Little Johnny Jones" com
panies. The company carries sixty pco
nlo and two cars loaded with sconnrv.
If the guarantee is secured tho company
will reach Globo by special train on tho
night previous to tho presentation,
avoiding the possibility of delay on the
initial curtain. Solicitors will inter
view local people tomorrow.
The name of Hanna on a box or bottle
of medicine is positive assurance of purity,
accuracy and reliability.
It Insures you getting what the doctor
intended you to have when he wrote your
IT INSURES you getting what you asked
for when you gave your order at the drug
IT INSURES the use of the very highest
quality of drugs compoiinded into each and
every prescription and every bottle and
package leaving the store.
IT INSURES satisfaction to patient, to
physician and to trained nurse and it pos
itively insures the lowest possible prices
consistent with high quality.
-fr M-H-- 'M"M"K"M"H"I"
IN KLINE INQUEST
"A customer pleased is a cus
tomer forever." Give us a trial
and be convinced.
Gila County Abstract Co., Inc.
Telephone 441 Over Brown's Store
GOLDFIELD, Nov., November 11.
At the inquest today in tho case of V.
h. Kline, who was shot while in tho act
of robbing the Ncvada-Goldfield reduc
tion works, Samuel II. Jones, night
watchman at tho mill, testified that
Ralph Oipple, Kline's alleged accom
plice, confessed to him that ho helped
rob tho Gnrdnor mill. Jones was
sharply questioned by tho jurors, who
wanted to know wjiy Gipplo, whom
Jones snid ho ncw slightly and did not
oven know hisamc, should havo con
fessed to him l'o robbed tho Gardner
mill and why hoshould havo postponed
tho robbery of yho reduction works.
Jones said Gipplo bid him thoy secured
$8,000 from tho Gardner mill, but did
not implicato Kline Jn tho robbery.
Gipplo on tho advice drcininsol refused
to testify. Jones declared no told Sher
iff Ingalls of tho proposed 'robbery and
had pointed out Klino as ono of tho men.
in tho plot. Tho phenff testified Satur
day that ho had not boon told who tho
men wore that intended committing tho
robbery. Tho inquest will bo cqntinucd
The Globe Wood & Coal
Guarantees to sell you 4-foot
(Sedar Wood at the same price
you pay elsewhere for 3-foot Wood
Give us a Trial and be Convinced
THE GLOBE WOOD & COAL CO.
PHONE 2131 S. BROAD ST.
GLOBE . BOWIE SAFFORD
SOLOMON -WICKERSH AM CO.
Wholesale Grocers. Tobacconists and Cigar Dealers
Ask for the AMERICAN or EL SIDEL0 CIGAR
There are None Better
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co,
Capital $100,000 Surplus $25 00ft
L. D. Bicketts - D. W. Wickersham T. A.
A. T. Thomson H. S. Van Gorder
C. E. Milli E. M. Hurd Pb. Freau.
I. E. Solomon
INTEEEST ON TIME DEPOSITS
All Classes of Accounts Invited. Foreign Exchange at Lowest Ea
E. M. IIUED, Manager
J. WATT HOGUE
JAMES W. HOGUE
Vice President and ashjei
(Continued from tho last issue of the Silver Belt.)
Tho Soven Wiso Men: "Yea, verily, is not the ways of the oaiefjj,
of a smoothness even unto oil upon troubled waters, and doe3 uot y,
smllo of his eyes givo unto U3 a surety that behind his w r .
honey there lurkcth no guile, and when ho taketh our shekels, i0CJ t
not do so with tho understanding that bo confereth upon U3 aTor)
Even unto a loss to him in tho many barters, ho in his kindne giTeti
so freely to us? Tho soven chosen wiso of our tribes, who rryett
oven on tho hills of Kibosh, whero all stock weareth horns ani eateti
from tho fields of our tillage, while in and about the temples a .(ht',rt
are biuck wmcii eaicin not, out requireia omy water u reran
our shekels many fold. We will send in muhh haste a runner
unto us moro belts of wampum and shekels, for forsooth, arc
assured that we, tho soven wise, aro "in on a god thing?"
ily. And wo tickcleth ourselves with much merriness, as we q
tho bowl that liquid which cheers and eat of the viands and sv
of ambrosial nectars.
When you wish to buy real estate, seo tho
HOME INVESTMENT CO.
JIM HOGUE, Manager. HOGUE Utility and H, a Maa
nrPsmteinifl er Skaiinrf
Tonight from 7:30 to 10:30
DRUMMOND'S BRASS BAND
We Will Accept Bank Checks
Feeling tho utmost confidence in our
local banks, we will accept in payment
for Merchandise also in settlement of
;-& bills duo us
Private Checks -
Local Pay Roll Checks ,
Local Mining Companies Checlil
Savings Bank Books
Our banks aro absolutely sound, Don't
draw your money out. Pay bills by
THE "QUALITY" STOEE
TOKIO TO EXPEND TEN
MILLIONS ON EXPOSITION
WASHINGTON, P. O., November 11.
Tho Japnncso ombnssy was advised
today that tho nntionnl exposition in
1912 at Tokio will ho held liotwcon
April 1 nnd October 31, thus covering
both chrysanthemum nnd cherry blos
som seasons. Tho national budget in
cludes nn appropriation of $5,000,000 for
this purposo. Tho nggregato appropria
tion will probably reach $10,000,000.
Tho grounds will embrace 250 acres.
Clothing, shoes and furnishing goods
at anything you want to pay for them.
Auction salo at Globo Furnishing Co.
J The H. H. Bru Company, Inc.
DEALERS IN LISTED AND UNLISTED SEOUEITIBS.
Wire connections with Boston, Chicago and New York Markets.
Blsbcc, Duluth, Ishpeming and Calumet curb markets a specialty.
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins.
STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSIONS.
Totonhnno (0(11 J.
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Six Days Digp
At INGRAM & CO.'S
Gents Furnishing Store
Did you know that we carry complete lines of
Colgate's Perfume, Talcum and Face
Palmer s h n .
I Roger & Gallet'sJ -rowaer
And all neccessaries of the toilet? WELL WE DO.
Have you ever inspected our line of Rubber
Goods? It is complete. We also carry a complete
r stock for the sick room, nothing omitted.
Where? The Palace Pharmacy, of course.
:298 Broad Street:
November 11 to 16
The man who has the monev erets the
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t Bargains tnese clays.
$ The I. C. S.' will give a Special Discount
J to all who enroll during this display.
i The man with trained brains holds the
We have raised the salaries of thousands
of men, why not you?
Certified checks, clearing house certif
icates or elephants taken same as gold.
I The International Correspondence
SCRANT0N SdlOOlS PENNSYLVANIA
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