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6AILY AftfONA SILVER BELT
Thursday, January 3, 190'
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OFFICE, Over Postoffice, Globe, Arizona
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GLOBE SIGHTS AND
Ourrent News of Busy CHobo Told in
C, K. Itulo of Tucson In a business vis
itor in the oity, arriving hero last ovon
.iug; Sid F. !Mnuk lias returned from Los
Angolas, whoro lio wont to spent! the
holidays with rolativoa.
Lultoy Soholl, uurintoiidaiit for tho
Aristniyi National Mining company, ro
urKd from a trip to tho initios yestor
dny. , Willinm J. Abbott and Miss Minnie
liobdny wcro united in marriage by
llmv. Decker last Monday. Both resido
Dr. T. Shields Collins has returned
fruin a trip to lower Pinto Orook, whore
be wont to look at some mining claims
in wfcieh ho is interested.
Rd T. Stowart, county rooordor, has
moved into town from Buffalo hill and
mow oeciipiefl tho now modern hemsd. re
cently erected by Mrs. Trovillinn on
C. M. Henley has rosigned his posi
tion with tho Globe Hardware company
and 1ms neceptsda more lucrative posi
tion with the. Globe Mining company as
J. R Briggs has rotnrned from a trip
to Phoenix. Ho came back via Koosc
velt owing to tho fact that the bridge
over the Gila an the Maricopa road had
been washed out.
. ARE APPOINTED
;v,H, S. Dgncan, Jack Knighton
, .and George Henderson Are
Named- by Sheriff
Shpiff J. II. Thomison hns.now a full
qpiUploment of deputing, tho npjxiint
- moats being completed Tuesday night
with the selection of II. S. Duncan, J.
C. Knighton and Goorgo Hendorson.
Tho latter hns been redding at Living
ston and ho will be tho jailor at the
Do'puty Sheriff Duncan takos the
placo ,of Si Bums as nightwatehnmn,
and he went on duty last night. Both
Dinienn and Knighton nro woll known
in Globe, where they havo resided for
a number of years, and thoy should
make good officers. Mr. Henderson has
had previous experience in handling
prisoners and will undoubtedly innke
an efficient jailer.
Tuesday ovening at the homo of Mrs.
A. I Nunl, .Titd'ie Unison Thomas unit
ed in marriage lane Elliott and Miss
Julia Damron. Mr. Elliott is a well
known employe of tho Old Dominion
at tho Gray mine and his bride is a
member of an old Gila county family.
Tl)o wedding was a quiet one, only a
,fow of tho friends and relatives of the
contracting parties being invited.
Good Bank Showing
Tho statomont of tho Globe National
bank at tho close of business Deeombor
.'U shows that tho institution is in splon
did shape. The bank, which was only
organized last May, now has deposits
amounting to $201,504.66, an excellent
showing considering tho length of time
it has been in existence.
Stamped $3.50 and $1.00 shoes, your
choice $2.75. BROWN'S.
Get your carving sots at tho Globe
Now Open to the Public
Eighty rooms, single and ensuite. Thirty rooms with bath3
Hot and cold water in all rooms. Gas and electric lights
Entire building heated by steam
American Plan, $3 and up. European Plan, $1 and up
A. HANSEN, Manager
Colored Saloon Keeper Arrest
ed and Gets Off With a
William Green, the proprietor of a
colored resort on North Broad street
aerogs tho bridge, fired a shot at some
boys who were snowballing him Tues
day aftornoon, tho bullet passiug
through, tho plate glass window of a
store opposite his place. The shooting
unused much excitement and consider
able indignation among the people in
thru section of tho town.
Groon was taken before Justice of
tho Peace liawlings and ho told tho lat
ter that Jie had only fired in the ground
to frighten tho boys, and as his ovi
donco was not contradicted a fine of
$0 was imposed. Tho justice learned
lator that Green had not fired into the
ground but had narrowly escaped hit
ting someono by his rash act.
TO RECLAIM RICH LAND
Engineer Finds that Great Acreago Can
Bo Had at Small Expense
Enginoor Ttced of the reclamation fcr
vico has just examined tho Santa Cruz
valley near Nogales, Ariz., and ascer
ained that it will be feasible to erect a
dam to reclaim a large acreage of this
rich level. A full survey will be ordered
by tho government. The proposition is
to build a dam eighty feet high. Earth
and stone of excellent quality can be
secured in abundance. The cost is thus
materially reduced and consequently .!0,
UuO cubic yards of earthwork would cost
$25,000 and ;15,000 cubic yards of rock
work would cost $105,000, or a total of
Tho same basis of costs can be made
for outlet gates and spillway cannls.
A natural spillway in solid rock is form
ed by tho contour of tho hills on tho
northern side of tho proposed reser
Tho drainage basin above the propos
ed dam covers au area of more than
1,200 square miles, subject to more rain
fall than any other section of Arizona,
and nil of this water passes down the
Two Bad Mexicans Caught in
the Act Last Night .and
Thrown in Jail
Deputy Sheriirs Duncan and Knight
on arrested two Mexicans last night
near tho Pasquale saloon across the
bridge as they were in the act of rob
bing Moses Samuels, a young negro boy
who sells apples for a living. The
hombrcfl were "going through" the boy
when the officers took them up. Moses
had $2 in his jeans and wns vory thank
ful for his timely rescue. Each of tho
Mexicans had a pair of brass knuckles
and show every indication of being bad
mou. They gave their names as Jose
Soto and A. Molina.
BidwclFs pro-inventory shoo salo is
in full blast; $3.50. und $1.00 shoes fr
$2.75 at BROWN'S.
Huntzingcr, line photos for Christmas.
Production for the Month, of
December Falls Below the
Three Million Mark,
BASIS FOR IRON CAP
Interesting Budget of Mining
News of Globe District
What is Going on Among the
Mines of Prosperous District
The output of blister copper of tho
Old Dominion Mining & Smelting com
pany for tho month of December fell
somewhat below anticipations. It was
expected that tho production would be
gnninwlint ovor 3,000,000 pounds, but on
nccoOjit of tho shortage of coke through
out the month, thore was a considerable
decreuso over .November,. tho December
output beig approximately 2,910,000,
A much grantor production is not ex
pected for tlo curreut month owing to
tho present shutdown of the smelter due
to the coke shortage.
According to tho Boston Financial
News thore is very littlo likelihood of
an Giifn Issue, of the shares of the Old
Dominion Mining company of Maine be
ing made, unless thore is a decided
change in tho minds of tho New York
interests that nro at present in control
of the property,
Favors Stock Issuo
The Boston management is in favor of
tho stock issue, which would enable the
holding compauy to wind up tho float
ing indebtedness of tho Old Domiuion
Mining & Smelting company of New
Jersey, which has been incurred jn the
oxtra development work around the
properties and in tho erection of the
new jackot and tho reverberatory, work
that has just been started.
The expense that still remnins against
tho Old Dominion of New Jersey, which
is the operating company, was caused
Lby the unusual development uuder
ground and the installation of pumps to
handle the extra flow of waters, and
providing against a recurrence of the
flood conditions that provailed at the
property last spring.
On Dividend Basis
With these debts out of the way Old
Dominion would be able to pay divi
dends in the almost immediate future,
whilo if tho present indebtedness was
paid for nut of earnings it will take at
least six months to make both ends
After the expiration of that period
the company will bo in n position to
talk dividends. This docs not mean tuat
a cessation of dividends arising from
tho operations of the. United Globe
properties will take place, but that
these moneys will be distributed as they
arc made as has beon the custom in the
A double compartment shaft is being
sunk on tho property of the Troy-Manhattan
company at Troy to connect with
tho tuunel and it is now thirty fmt
deep. Another force is at work raising
tho shaft from tho tunnel and it is ex
pected that tho two forces will meet
tho latter part of the week. Stoping is
being continued in tho tunnel and as the
ore bins have recently been completed,
it is expected that shipments of ore to
tho Humboldt smelter will be on a
much larger scale in the near future.
W. S. Sultan, who recently returned
from a trip to the Century group in
which ho is interested with Jack New-
mnn and N. L. Amator, reports that
preparations are being made to sink
a shaft on one of tho claims and that
oxide ore of a low grade havo already
been encountered. The wagon road to
Kelvin was washed out during tho rains
of last week, which will delay work for
a short time.
Twenty-five men aro at work at the
Copper Buttes mine, forty miles west
of Globe and teu miles south of Kelvin,
ill the Mineral Hill district. Captnin
Harry Roberts, a Michigan capitalist, is
inchargo of tho propor,ty. The com
pany is shipping ore to tho Humboldt
The National Mining Exploration
company of Boston, which is sinking a
shaft at Globe, Ariz., on the Trim Cap
group, bounded both east mid west by
tho claim's of the Arizona Commercial
company, is negotiating with New York
interests for an onlargcd financial basis,
says tho News Bureau.
Thore are outstanding less than 100,
000 shares of tho par and selling price
of $1 per share from an authorized cap
ital of 1,500,000 shares.
It is understood that less than 100,
000 shares additional will issue to com
plete title to all of tho claims now held
Tho shaft is down 4G5 feet and cross
cutting has beguu on tho J50-foot level
both north and south. The northern
crosscut has progressed 100 feet in what
is belioved to bo tho direction of the
strike of the sulphide oro recently found
in the Mallory mino of tho Globo Con
The map indicates u good mining
chance upon surrounding, developments
in the Arizona Commercial, tho Old
Dominion and Globe Consolidated. Old
Dominion has 203,032 vhares outstand
ing, selling for nboitt'$14,000,000. The
Globe Consolidated has 100,000 shares
outstanding, $o paid m, selling for $10
to $12 or about $1,000,000; the Arizona
Commercial lino '90.000 shares out, sell
ing for above $3,000,000; and tho Supo-'l
nor .uosion nas iou.uuu snares, sell
ing at $3 "per share.
Flno lino of burnt leather novoltis
at tho Postofllco -store.' .tg: -, ;
IN HIS BED
Charley Morrell Thought to
Have Expired of Heart .Dis
ROOM -IS ENTERED
OVER THE TRANSOM
Came Here from Phoenix Eigh
teen Months Ago He Was
Formerly District Deputy
Exalted Ruler of Elks,
Charles R Morrell, who for tho last
year has been policy manager at the St.
Elmo, was found dead in his bed in the
International hotel on North Broad
street yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Deatli evidently occurred shortly after
ho had retired at midnight and doubt
less came from au attack of heart trou
ble. Yesterday morning who'n Mr. Morrell
had not arrived at his place of business
his absence caused some comment, as he
was very regular in his l(abits nnd Jiot
given to dissipation of any kind., A
man was sent to his room to see if he
was up, but finding the door locked lie
returned, thinking that Morrell- was
sleeping late. At 3 o'clock his contin
ued absence caused considerable appre
hension and when he failed to answer
the summons at his' door, a duplicate
key was secured from the proprietor,
but tho door could not lie unlocked be
cause of the fact that tho other key was
on tho inside of the . lock. Bangor
Sparks, who was in the vicinity, was
uimuinncd and he cfiVcted an entrance
over the transom.
Morrell was found lifeless on the
bed, apparently in the same position
taken after lie had retired. A cigar
which hud been partially consumed and
a book wore lying by his side, showing
.that death had overtaken him as he
wns probably reading. Judge Thomas
was notified and lie impaneled, a cor
oner's jury, which viewed the remains
at the undertaking establishment of F.
L. Jones & Son. where they had been
removed. Tho inquest was postponed
until 10 ri'oloek this morning.
There was no evidence that deatli
had come but in a maimer which caused
no suffering to the deceased, as his ap
pearance was that of sleeping.
The deceased was about -10" years of
age and came here eighteen months ago'
from Phoenix, where he had resided for
years. His parents ami one brother, Dj
K. Morrell, n-Mde in Phoenix.
Mr. Morrell was formerly in the real
estate business, jn Phoenix and wns a
charter member of Phoenix Lodge No.
335 B. P. O. Klks.' He wns at one time
district deputy exalted ruler and in that
capacity organized a number of Elks
lodges in the territory. He had ninny
friends in Globe who held him in high
esteem. Phoenix relatives and the lodge
of Elks' in that city were notified of his
deatli yesterday afternoon, but up to a
late hour last night no reply had been
received from them. If is thought that
the remains will be sent to Phoenix for
Saw the Forty-nlnenrs Come Through
Mrs. Solano M. Sosa, said to be the
oldest woinan in the territory, died in
Tucson on Ttiesdav. Deceased lacked
just a week of beinjr 111 years old.
fho was born at ( ocopara, feonora, Mex
ico, on Christmas day, 1795, and had
resided in the vicinity of Tucson. for the
past sixty-nine years.
For reliable help, telephono 1791.
Globe Employment Agency, room. !,
SUPERIOR MINE MAY
GO TO O. & A PEOPLE
It is currently reported that tlio Su
perior jnino lias changed hands, Bays the
Florence Blade. The'new purchasers are
said to be either tho Phelps, Dodge or
the Calumet cc Arizona people. While
tacitly admitting that a change in the
ownership of the property will take
place on tho 1st of January, those in
a positiou to know the facts decline
to tnlk for publication. Wo havo ob
tnined suflicient information to warrant
the conclusion that the deal hns been
closed, but could obtain nothing definite
as to the details of the sale or the
names of the purchasers. Bujt. there are
good reasons to believe that one of tho
strong companies named above will bo
the now owner. If so, we may confi
dently expect construction work to be
gin on tho Florenco & Superior railroad
at once, for cither one of tho companies
is too wise to undertako the operation
of a proven property at tho ond of n
thirty-mile wagon road when the coun
try tra verged offers no obstncla to rail
road building. ;
VV. L. Woatherwax was here a few
days ago and filed affidavit of assess
ment work performed for the year 1900
on tho Wcathorwax group of seven
claims, situateij between seven and
eight miles soilth of Globo and' adjoin
ing II, H. Harvey's property. Ho stat
ed that the work recently done on tho
claims has-shown up some vory good
Have Promising Group
J. D. Houston and 11. M. Coffee havo
a promising group of sevon claims lo
cated about oight miles south of Globo
on which 'they have done considerable
work. An incline shnft 110 foot deep
has been in ore all tho way down, which'
assays $5 in gold, $3.50 in silvor and
about 5 per cent copper. Seven nnd a
hnlf tons of this ord was shipped to th6"
Old Dominion smelter. . For sixty or
sqventy foot tlio' oro in tho shaft was
four feet wide! jThoro nre ten tons of
good ore on tho dump, is soon as the
shaft has been put in good condition
tho. shipmcut'Of oro, will., be commenced.
All holders of stock in tho Five
Points Copper Mining company may do
livor their holdings to Mi'. J. Q. Britt,
Globe, Ariz., wlioroupon the samo wiU
bo transferred share for share into
stock of tho Caliauca & Globe Explora
tion & Development company. All cer
tificates must bo indorsed.
J. C. BIllTT,
Superintendent Cnnniica & Gln.be Explo
ration & Development Company.
Owing to jthc lack of fudl to run tho
plant, the .Globe Steam" Laundry has
been compelled to shut down for a
short time. .
'.. G. BOUSE, Prop
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Stago' to Gibson .Mino '
Stogd will leave each Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday mornings at 9:30 a.
in., from Barclay & Higdon's corral.
' ' . i warn i
The tranz Lumber company lias just
rocoived a large stock of building'pnper.
First and finest line of room burlaps
over received m Globe at Van Wage
nen's, the oldest and lurgest wall paper
itoro in Globe.
Scarf pin, Earring and. Ring 'Mount
ings expected Wednesday tit Utibot
loin's, Max La n tin's old stand after
Get yoitl" cheese at Murphy's. It's
nice nnd. wholesome, Swiss and lim
burger, 'imported 'ehcqsp nt Murphy's.
Vnn Wagoneii has .tho .finest, lino of
paints and wall paper over brought to
(Ilijb'e. Seo them before you decide
Bidwell's pro-inventory Khoe Milo is
in full blast; $3.50 ami $1.00 shoes for
12.75 jat. BUOWN'S. . r..'
Wo' have saner kraut .and sweet pic
kles that -will please -the f.aniily. Globe
Market; Murphy's. '
We have fresh lot of choice dill pic
kles. The (ilohi) Market,- Dennis Mur
phy, proprietor, . .
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Brandies, nnd wines -for moli'iiml
purposes; pure stuff, goo'fl and old. M-
bonou'gh's. . .
Five thousand pairs of Jadios' and
(lion's shoes;" your choice $2.75 pair.
; Visit' our furniture and homo f uniisli
irig department. . The ' Old Dominion
Oilr snow white home-rendered lard
cnunqt be beat. Globo Meat. Market.
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.Afi.thtng in the way of mixed drinks
vAjif'nJways be had at McDonotfgli s.
YTj'h can't afford to miss tho big cut
friep; shoe sale at BKQ.WN'S.
Toys of all kinds at. Van Wngeiipn'?,
ocxt door to the postoflico.
Sjainpcd $3,50 and $1.00 shoes, your
dwico $2.75. BROWN 'S.
m THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF GILA, TERRITORY" OF
In the Matter 6f tho Estate of Adolph
Hang, Deceased Notice of Hearing
Notice is hereby given that II. Q.
Bobertsqn has filejl iu this court a peti
tion praying tliaf letters of aUiiiiiiislra
ti,on of tho estate of Adolph Haag, de
ceased,, bo issuqd tohini,. and that the
same- will be lfeard': oii Saturday, the
12th day of .January, A. BV"l907f at 10
o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at
tho courtroom of said court, iu said
county of Gila, Territory of Arizona,
and all persons interested in said 'estate
are notified then and there to appear
and show cause, if any thoy havp, why
the oraver of said liotitioner should not
Mo granted. ' s
Dated December 20, F.lOtr.
"V. c. BOBHKTSON, Clerk.
First ptihlieat ion December 30, 190'
QUICK SERVICE, MEALS
AND SHORT ORDERS' A
SPECIALTY. IN REAR
OF STAG SALOON : : :
SHORTY and JIM
The' Best Play Ever,
By the Frank Rich Stock
First-Glass Vaudeville Be--twee
n the Acts.
EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK
Admission 25, 35 apd-50c
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co,
Capital and Surplus, $95,000
L. D. RlCKBTTS D. W. WlCKERSHAM T. A. PaSCOE
A. T. Thomson H. S. VanGordep.
C. E. Mills H. W. Hokn Ph. Fkeudenthal
I. E. Solomon
Alt classes of accounts Invited
Buy or build you a home of
your own. The Provident Mu
tual has money to loan. Dont
pay rent in a crowing city. In
surance makefyour investment
secure. Your loan negotiated;
your home insured. Policies
written in only the strongest
lias. T. Martin
House and four lots; income $15 per month.
Two houses, three lots; income $27 per month.
Two houses and four lots with water works; income
Will sell all of tho above property on easy terms or
will exchange for southern California ranch property.
F. L. JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE PHONE 432. RESIDENCE PHONE 433.
HANAWALT BROS, and PITTS
The Commercial Mines and Real Estate
Office, opposite postoffice, "Hello" 1731
Do you want to buy or sell real es
tate? If so, give us a call.
In business chances we have a Room
ing House, Clothing Store, Transfer
Wo call attention under this to some
of the very best buys in Globe:
Tour-room house; good buy for work
Eight'-room house, large lob and only
two "blocks from Broad street
Two bouses situated on five lots.
One and ono-lialf story house, thirteen
In every part of Globe wo can sell
them as cheap as any other broker.
HERE'S A CHANCE
We want to trade 1G0 acres of tho
best farming laud in Colorado; clear
ititle and owner will exchange for-"a
business or real estate,- j
"We buy and sell stocks of every description.
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The Pinto Copper
Will Sell a limited amount of Treasury Stock for
equipment and development purposes only
12 1-2 cents per share
The property is very promising and already 1600 feet
of development work has been done on the group
which shows good shipping ore. This offer will re
main open but a short timeand orders for the stock
at the present low prices hould be considered at once.
Foreign exchange af lowest rates
r Hill Property
Sec. and Treas.