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'DAILY ARIZONA SILVLR BELT
Friday, November 22, 1907
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
represeutetl 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
WALSH OWED THE
BANK ALMOST TWO
Mrs. W. B. Thomson and son of Pay
son are visitors in the city.
Miss Ethel Patton, who has been
spending, several months at Long Boach
tor her health, has returned homo great
ly improved by her stay on tho coast.
Miss Elizabeth Ferrell, who has been
in Olobo for tho last four months,
leaves this morning for lied Rock, .N.
M., whoro sho has ben engaged to teach
Martin Pfcister of Jeannette, Pa., is
a recent arrival in tho city. Ho is a
brother of Ed and Joo Pfcister of tho
Apache Mining company and is a
guest at their homo on South Broad
FORMER FT, THOMAS
RESIDENT FOUND DEAD
AT DOUGLAS SMELTER
NEW RECEIVER FOR
GLOBE NATIONAL BANK
ARRIVES IN THE CITY
H. D. Marshall Jr. of St. Louis ar
rived in the city last evening and this
morning ho will take charge of tho sus-
ponded-institution, relieving Territorial!
Auditor J. H. Page, who was appointed
temporary receiver by Comptroller of
the Currency Ridgely. Mr." Marshall
has been in tho government service for
some time past and came he:o from San
Antonio, Texas, where ho had charge
of- the Woods National bank that was
forced to closo its doors several weeks
ago. Mr. Pago will remain hero for
about a week until his successor be
comes acquainted with tho affairs of
tho Globo National.
Charles J. Thompson, ono of tho mo
tormen on tho slag dump at the Cop
per Queen smelter, was found dead in
his seat in his motor shortly after 9
o'clock last night, says tho Douglas
Dispatch. Tho cause of his death has
not been ascertained. There being no
marks on his body to indicato how ho
camo to his end, heart failuro was bo
lioved by many to bo tho cause.
Tho exact timo of his death is not
known. Ho had been sitting on his
motor awaiting orders for some time,
when tho switchman called to hint and
ho did not respond. Ho called several
times, but no nnswe'r came, and think
ing him perhaps asleep ho started for
ward to awaken him. Ho did not
arouse, however, and tho switchman
called tho foreman, when it was dis
covered thnt his body was lifeless.
Tho homo of the deceased was at
1013. Fifteenth street, whero ho leaves
a widow and three children. Ho was
a man about 33 years of ace. and
was raised at Tort Thomas, Ariz.
A coroner's jury visited tho body last
night before it was removed to Under
taker Eergusou's establishment, but as
there were no marks or indications of
how ho met his death, there will bo no
decision until after, the post-mortem ex.
Memorandum Notes Renewed
at Maturity Instead of Be
ing Paid by Walsh
CHICAGO, November 21. That
twonty of tho memorandum notes dis
counted by tho Chicago National and
representing the sum of $1,810,000 re
mained unpaid when, the bank sus
pended and that many notes declared
by the defense to hnvo beon paid at
maturity wore not paid, but simply re
newed, wero facts brought out today
in tho trial of lohn Jl. Wnlsh, charged
with tho misapplication of tho bank's
On redirect examination of Nationnl
Bank Exniniiior Moxoy tho sanio pro
cess of identification of tho entries in
the books which was pursued in tho
direct examination was carried out.
Tho witness identified entries showing
that tho discounted notes wero paid and
.to show thnt tho obligations woro mot
whon due. Another register, however,
indicated that on tho precise day that
payment was mado now notes for tho
saino amount woro made. Tho collat
eral book was used to show that tho
security for tho now notes was tho
samo as for tho old. Evidence was in
troduced to show that tho notes wore
drawncd and signed in various names,
as previously introduced by bank em
ployees, at the direction of Wnlsh.
A VISITOR IN GLOBE
Governor Josoph H. Ivibboy and
lion. B. A. Fowler arrived in tho city
last evening from Phoenix and will
spond tho day hero on business in tho
district court. Mr. Fowler is president
of tho Salt River Vnlley Water Users'
association nnd tho governor is attor
ney for tho wntor users. Tho associa
tion is dofondnnt in n lawsuit which
will bo tried in tho district court.
FOR SINGLE DAY RUN
NEW YORK, November 21. Tho
now Cunarder Mauretania broko the
Lusitania's record today when nt noon
it completed a day's run of 021 knots.
Tho Lusitania's best record for n day
is 018 knots. Tho Mauretania 's time
for tho passage, it is calculated, will bo
bo about Boven hours slower than tho
Lusitania's fastest westbound passage.
President,. Cashier and Direc
tor of Brooklyn Bank Stole
GREATER SAN FRANCISCO
FOURTH IN UNITED STATES
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., November
21. Without a dissenting voice, after
discussion which brought out no con
trary opinion, dologatcs representing
ovory important interest in fivo coun
ties, San Francihco, Alameda, San Ma
too, Marin and Contra CoHtn, who mot
this afternoon, placed themselves on
record as favoring immediately tho
Greator San Francisco, which in census
figures, as well as in fact, will bo the
fourth in point of population in the
Tho Edntondson Houso
' E. L. Edmondson has leaded tho Web
ster house and is propnrod to accommo
date table boarders and roomers in n
highly satisfactory manner. Tho house
lias been thoroughly renovated and is
clean nnd neat front basement to attic.
Mr. Edmondson is an experienced laud
lord and has a splendid reputation in
Globe. Tablo service as good as any
in tho city and rooms aro neat, clean
The White House
504 North Broad Street
Lowest Prices in the City
Children's Gingham Aprons 20c
Brass Extension Curtain Rods lCc
Veneered Chair Bottoms 15c
No. 1 lamps 15c
Corduroy skirt braid, per yard 2YjC
Borated Talcum Powder, 25c size 10c
Petroleum Jelly, 8-oz. bottle 15c
Fancy Shelf Pnper, 10 yards 5c
00-foot rust proof wire clotheslinc....l5c
Pretty pieces of glassware, each 15c
Fancy bread trays 10c
Granite dippers 10c
Good machine oil, 2-oz. bottle 5c
Mincing knives ..., 5c
Basting spoons 5c
Havo You a Cough?
.A dose of Ballard's Ilorehound Syrup
will -relievo it. Havo you a cold t
Try it for whooping cough, for asth
mn, for consumption, for bronchitis.
Mrs. Joe McGrath, 327 East First street,
Hutchinsou, Kan., writes: "I havo
used Ballard's Ilorehound Syrup in my
family for five years, and find it tho
most palatable medicine I ever used."
Sold by Palaco Pharmacy.
Gila Valley Bank &. Trust Co.
L. D. Ricketts
D. V. Wickorsham
T. A. P.,-...
A. T. Thomson H. S. Van Gorder "
C. E. Milli E. M. Hurd
I. E. Solomon
INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS
All Classes of Accounts Invited. Foreign Exchange at Lowest Eat.
E. M. HURD, Manager
J. WATT HOOUE
Baaing powaer at Sam Kco's; flvc
pound can for $1.50. Guaranteed satisfactory.
Ovcrshirts and men's gloves. Sam
A Funny Show
A big comedy moving picture at the
Iris tonight. Don't miss it.
GOVERNMENT TAKES CHARGE
OF PLAGUE SITUATION
ARRESTED BY SURETY
WHO THOUGHT HE
WAS GOING TO SKIP
Believing that R. G. Scott, who was
recently held to await tho action of tho
federal grand jury, was about to leave
this section, William Mill Williams, one
of Scott's bondsmen, arrested him yes
terday and turned him over to Sheriff
Thompson. Scott was bound over by
United States Court Commissioner Mar
tin on tho charge of selling liquor to
Indians and ho secured his releaso on
bail, Mr. Williams and Frank Murdock
acting .as his sureties Mr. Williams
claims that ho becamo possessed of in
formation which led him to beliovo that
Scott was preparing to "blow the
country," and ho did not feel liko
coming through with real money to pay
the amount of tho bond. Scott ii try
ing to securo another surety to take
Mr. Williams' place.
SACRAMENTO, Cal., November 21
The plague situation in San Francisco
and tho other bay cities is now in tho
bands of tho government directly un
der tho supervision of the marine hos
pital service. Secretary Foster of the
state board of health received a .tele
gram from Secretary Cortelyou today,
saying: "The city will pay for all
supplies for tho hospital quarantine and
tho rat bounty. Tho service will have
chargo of tho plaguo hospital and tho
local authorities will assumo responsi
bility for the destruction of all rats
and tho vacation of premises in tho
city. I he scrvico will appropriate ten
thousand dollars per month for plague
sanitation in addition to regulnr sani
tary work. Tho government will as
sumo all additional expenses to present
expenditures for sanitary inspectors
and for foremen and laborrcrs, now be
ing borno by tho city. These expenses
will bo borno until the matter is placed
It improves a girl's looks immensely
to bo rich.
Shoes for all. Sam Kco's.
Gila County Abstract Co.
THE POPULAR AGENCY
NEW YORK, November 21. Tho
Kings county grand jury, which is in
vestigating tho management of tho re
cently suspended Borough Bank of
Brooklyn, today returned indictments
charging larceny and other offenses
against Howard Maxwell, who was pres
ident of tho institution when the doors
wero closed; Arthur D. Campbell, the
deposed cashier, and William Gow, a
director, who holds tho controlling inter
est in tho bank's stock.
The three men aro jointly charged
with grand larceny in the first degree
in the misappropriation of $110,000 de
posited by tho executors of tho Carrie
M. McGuire estate.
There is a second indictment for
grand larceny against Maxwell, who is
also charged with forgery in tho third.
A scconfl indictment against Camp
bell also charged forgery in the third
In addition to the grand larceny
charge, Gow is indicted on four other
counts alleging misdemeanors in the
matter of overdrafts. He is charged
with having overdrawn his account to
nearly $24,000. Maxwell, it is asserted
secured overdrafts aggregating nearly
Following tho report of tho grand
jury tho three men were arrested and
arraigned. All pleaded not guilty and
wero held for hearing. Campbell nnd
Gow each furnished bail in tho sum of
$20,000, but Mnxwell wns unable to
secure tho $30,000 bond required and
went to jail ,for the night. All crimes
are alleged to havo been committed
since tho first of the present year and
it is understood that tho inquiry into
tho Borough's affairs havo not been
concluded, although it may bo tempor
arily suspended when tho investigation
of tho Jenkins Trust company will bo
begun b.y tho grand jury tomorrow.
When fivo Brooklyn banks wont into
tho hands of receivers Attornoy Gen
eral Jackson allegcdJ'that evidence of
criminal acts in tho management of the
Borough bank and the Jenkins Trust
company had been discovered.
SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE
Ladles', children,' s and Infants'
ready-to-wear clothes. Millinery, fancy
goods, etc. .Pcoplo's Cash Store, Dolph
Baatz, Prop., 686 N. Broad street,
Is ono of Globo's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class In
his lino. Oall and bo convinced.
Do Witt's Little iiany Risers aro the
best pills made. Thoy do not gripe.
For salo by Hannn'sDrug Store.
A Funny Show ,
A big comedy moving picture at tho
Iris tonight. Don't miss it.
A spccinl meeting of tho l'oung Men 's
Mutual Improvement Association will
be hold in tho Latter Day Saint's
church, Friday, November 22, at 7:30
o'clock. All aro invited to attend.
Theaters on Iris circuit: Bisboe,
Globo. Morencl, Nogalcs, Tucson, El
Paso and Cananea.
Four Nights Ending Sunday
"Tho Romanco of a Singer"
A wonderful production mndc in
Illustrated Song by
Tho Mysterious Wayne & Co.
Presenting a mystical act entitled
"A Night In the Orient"
In Illustrated Songs
"Aro You an Elk?"
6 cncral Admission 15c
Reserved scats . 25c
First Performance 7:30 p. m.
Second Performance 8:30 p. m.
JAMES W. HOGUE
Vico President and Ctier
And now is tho winter of our financial discontent made gli-
the tido of millions, and now instead of taking a scat on the sh . ,I(11
of adversity, wo caper nimbly to the pleading notes of reston, , ,,
mony among those who would tako advantago of an oportunm
presents its golden hues to tho man of action and enterprise
hero in Globo you aro in tho center of tho field, 'neath smil,
nnd great possibilities which await someone, who knows? But
might bo that someone, as real estate is and has been the t.
safest investment known, why not own your own home, and u
try that has no peer. Tho resources aro here, the climate is r.
tho opportunities are here. AND A FLOOD OF GOLD LIES Wait
ING IN THE CONFINES OF OUR HILLS. And it takes w n, d.tt
brains to make money; talking of hard times helps no one. r n
terpriso of our pcoplo is too great to allow us to fall back to ,e
of tho barbarian of tho past. Wo havo some good homes ana , ,
Globe, and aro in tho real estate business.
Buying or selling, give us a call.
The Home Investment Co.
JIM HOGUE, Manager. HOGUE Utility and Hired Man
Tonight from 7:30 to 10:30
Wo aro soiling an excellent grade of
coal at $12 per ton. Delivered to any
part of the city. Globo Hardware Co.
Storage room phono 601.
Obstinato cases of constipation and
nnsty, mean headaches promptly dis
appear whon you tako DoWitt's Little
Early Riser Pills. Sold by Hanna's
710 N. Broad St. Tel. 1711
Headquarters for tho
Gatti Meat Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Will Meet All Prices
DRUMMOND'S BRASS BAND
Tho Gatti Meat company Is still in
the field to sell butters. Saying nothing
but standing pat against all butters.
I The H. H. Bru Company, Inc.
DEALERS IN LISTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES.
Wire connections with Boston, Chicago and New York Markets.
Bisbce, Duluth, Ishpemlng and Calumet curli markets a specialty,.
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins
STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSIONS.
V Trust Building Globe, Arizona Telephone 1901
I The Hanna
Tho largest stock of overcoats' In
Globo. Stcin-Bloch and Alfred Benja
min's at Lan tin's.
"A customer pleased is
tomer forever." Give us
and be convinced.
A Funny Show
A big comedy moving picture at tho
Iris tonight. Don't miss it.
Gila County Abstract Co,, Inc.
Telephone 441 Over Brown's Store
The Best Teas
are always packed flavor
tight to protect the del
icate leaf from foreign
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 ' '
imi.-iiui.-u yuu IV iiuvc wiii-ii lie wiuic yuui
It INSURES you getting what you asked f
ior wnen you gave your oruer at tne drug
counter. ; ;
IT INSURES the use of the very highest ', ',
quality or drugs compounded 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. ; ;
I The Globe Wood & Coal Co.
Guarantees to sell you 4-foot
Cedar Wood at the same price
you pay elsewhere for 3-foot Wood
Give us a Trial and be Convinced
THE GLOBE WOOD & GOAL CO.
PHONE 2131 Wm. E. Whalley, Mgr. S. BROAD ST.
powder BlacR &
are packed flavor-tight
in dust proof cartons.
J. A. Folger fit Co.
Importers of Pure Teao
We Will Accept Bank Checks
reeling tho utmost confldenco in our
local banks, wo will accept in payment
for Merchandise also in settlement of
bills duo us
, Local Pay Roll Checks
Local Mining Companies Checks
Savings Bank Books
Our banks aro absolutely sound, Don't
draw your monoy out. Pay bills by
GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO.
THE "QUALITY" STOEE
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
Did you know that we carry complete lines of
Colgate's ") Perfume, Talcum and Face
Palmer s ' ,
i Roger & Gallet'sJ rwaer
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 comply
r stock for the sick room, nothing omitted.
Where? The Palace Pharmacy, of course.
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