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m f!;.i'p0. Thursday, January 10, 1907 DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT 7$- In Every Depart ment of Banking FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF wswa to serve you VBuk satisfactory manner f" - v 1 - ' '. ... - Ml vtrir w , ' I! Globe Real Estate Office F. L. TOOMBS, Manager We buy largo areas and subdivide same into good size residence lots. Note the advantago to our customers. First cost of lots is less than half what it would be if we were to buy n few lots at a time. Again, we survey the entire tract at once. Then, if there are any defects in titles, the work necessary to perfect title to one lot will cover one hundred lots. That is the reason we sell choice lots properly surveyed with clear titles at 50 to 70 per cent of prices currently paid for the same class of ground We also furnish abstracts; you are never safe without an abstract. With a complete tran scriptof the county records we are able to furnish our customers with complete information regarding any property in tho county. See us before buying Globe Real Estate Office The W. W. Brookner Co. St. Elmo Saloon The Big Store - im-.: Telephone 62 Globe, Arizona Fine Club Room 1891 Carlisle Whisky Celebrated St. Elmo Cigar Moving pictures shown every night at 8 o'clock and many other attractive features on the evening's program. SYDNOR & STERNS Proprietors ill' if v Fi w w Rooms 7 and 8. P. O. Bldg. Phone 1241 GEO. SHUTE'S Feed, Hay and Grain Stable New Livery Rigs for Hire. We make a specialty of buying and selling horses and vehicles of every kind JUST OPENED WHITE HOUSE HOTEL GIACOMINO & CO. Large airy rooms, fine table service and first class cafe. Rates reasonable North Globe WHALLEY LUMBER CO. Successor to E. F. Kellner Lumber Co. Lumber of Every Description Doors, Windows, Lath, Shingles, Roofing, Etc . Ahvay Ready to Serve You Wm. Whalley, Prop. Newport Tonsorial Parlors H. D. HOEYE & SUN Five Chairs Four Baths Electric Face Massage No Tiresome Waiting Every Modern Equip ment. Formerly Us Angeles Restaurant Broad St. IE. T. GREEN Carpenter and Builder I am prepared to do your work and B will be pleased to give estimatbs at any time. I pSTSry P.O. Box 976 Youneedone RUBE EGNER'S CH4MPI0N SALOON! Fresh Jool Anheuser always on draught. We carry none but the finest brands of Whiskies, including OLD HARPER When passing by droo in. We will treat you right. SWITCH, NORTH GLOBE An Eastman Kodak is one of the most popular presents at any time. We carry I a full line of Cameras and Supplies. Come ,in and look them over even if you don't want to buy now. m Hanna's Drug Store Ea)Mca0smMMgMi I. N. KINSEY, Incorporated BROKERS Dealers in listed and unlisted securities Quotations from New York, Boston and Duluth by quick wire service Listed stocks carried on substantial margins Office in Lobby of Dominion Hotel Phone 1221 Try . One of Our Gas Stoves Or One of Our Gas Heaters GLOBE ELECTRIC LIGHT & GAS COMPANY DIPLOMATIC JURY FOREMAN Brings Obdurate Colleagues Together in Time for Christmas A Kansas) City lawyor is telling a story it's said to bo a truo one, too to illustrate in what peculiar manner a verdict may bo sometimes reached by a jury. This is a story about a jury that sat in a case which was trjod and finished just before Christmas. A shrewd city business man was foreman of the jury and on it also wns a gray haired old farmer from out in tho coun try. It was -a case in which somo man was siloing a railroad company for dam ages on account of personal injury. The deputy sheriff had escorted the jury to its room and locked it in'SrOn the first ballot there was a wide differ ence of opinion. Two or three members of this jury voted to givo tho plaintiff damages in sums ranging from $5,000 to $20,000. The business man who was foreman voted for $2,000. Tho J'armor was ono who "couldn't see tho plain tiff was entitled to a 'cent." ' It looked as if there wouldn't be any agreement, and the stubbornness that wns maintained by somo members of that jury seemed to indicate that Christ mas would bo spent iu tho jury room. Finally, after futile ballots, the busi ness man took the farmer aside into a cornor. "Most of us aro willing to givo this man something," urged tho foreman. "Now take a broad view of this case and givo tho plaintiff $500 anyway just for humanity's .sake." Though reluctant nt first, after pres sure tho farmer yielded. Then later, when nothing had yet been accom plished, tho business man again talked to the farmor. "Yoa'vo givt'n $500 for humanity's sake," ho pleaded, "now givo $500 for sympathy's sake." Ho talked earnestly and finally the farmer yielded. "I've got lain up to $1,000," tho business man said to himself, "it be gins to Jook like wo might yet reacli a verdict." Then later -ho wont to work on the farmer again. It was lato in the after noon. "It'll soon be Christmas' the fore man told tho farmer. "(Jive another $500 for God's sake and let's cat our Christmas dinner at home." "No, sir," declared the farmer, em phatically. "I'll never give $1,500." After more pleading he said: "Now, I want to be homo Christ mas. I'll givo $1,490 and not another penny. I've said I won't give $1,500 and I won't." "Good," exclaimed tho foreman. The other members had been gradu-, ally coming down until thoy were for about $2,000. Then tho wily business man took a pen and wrote somo figures iu the blank left in the verdict form; $1,490 is what tho farmer thought he wrote. They all signed it. It was af torwards discovered that the foreman had written $1,940 transposing the fig ures. But the jurors did not notice it and went away satisfied and spent Christmas at home. AN ELECTRIC PROSPECTOR Finding Mineral Will Be Easy With New Invention The mining prospector is to have a new aid in his work if tho stories are true which are told in England con cerning a device called the electric ore finder. This instrument is said to have located long lost copper lodes at Colli sion, and it has found lead in Wales and copper in Cornwall. Australia is using it for gold prospecting and Mexico has demanded that it shall be scut there to seek for gold, silver and copper, says the Loudon -Express. Its finest work, so far as England is concerned, is its discovery of new hem atite deposits in Barrow district. For a long time the hematite output in the district has been declining seriously. In a few years, in the caso of ono com pany alone, it has dropped from 1G,000 to 2,000 tons a week. Hundreds of work men have boon thrown out of work, and the decreased output meant an in crease in "imported ore. Tho companies concerned tried their utmost to tap fresh sources of supply, spent large sums in sinking shafts and in boring operations, but without success. Then the Barrow Ilomatitn & Steel company called in tho electric ore finder and tho discovery was made. ' Wife Hides His Leg Patrick Lahoy of Sands street, Brook lyn, has a wooden leg and troubles of his own. It isn't the leg that worries Lahey, it is tho uso to which his wife puts it when ho unstraps it. The yian, who is well along in years, told his (ocs to tho complaint clerk in tho Adams Street court yesterday. "I'vo boon sleeping in it for tho past four weeks," said ho. "If you never slept with a wooden leg, never tried to turn over in bed or tuck the covors atound your feet, you can't un derstand the troubles of a man who is trying to rest with one." "Why don't you take it off?" asked tho clerk. "Take it off,' replied Lahoy, "take it off! Man, do you think I'm ns shy in my head asI urn in my legs! If 1 take it off she hides it, and then when I want to go out 1 got to stay in. Some times I do bo hopping around tho floor for three hours hunting under tho bod, bohind the stove, in the washtubs, and in the top of'closots for mo leg. "Tho last timo 1 took it off Frances (that's my wjfe's name) nid it, and when I found it sho tried to tako it from mo, and threatened that; f 8'10 got it again she'd uso it as a club to beat me. Now thoro should bo somo law to prevent a woman making a man sleep with a false limb or to prcvont his wifo beating him with it if ho leaves it off." "Sure," said the clerk. "I'll give you a summons and you hand it to hor." "Hand it to horl" Man, do you think I'm crazy? Send it by a policemnn, and tho biggest ono you have." This being promised, Lahoy stumped out, expressing tho hopo that tho court will arrange matters so that ho' can sloop in peace, and not in pieces. New York American. OALIFORN7A COPPER A Production of 22,000,000 Pounds in 1906 Is the Record Tho production of copper from Cali fornia this year, bIi&wb a very material falling off, notwithstanding the fact that the Mammoth Copper company of the United States Smelting, Refining & Mining company is this year a big pro luccr for the first timo. Of tho companies outside of tho Mammoth it is estimated that in 190G they will produce 9,58(5,000 pounds of refined copper, compared with about 10, 000,000 pounds in 1905. The Mountain Copper company has been a decliuing factor for several years. It has produced as high aa 30, 000,000 pounds in a year, but produc tion has been restricted of late years by fires, labor troubles and agricultural litigation, the latter resulting iu the shutting down of the company's smelter at Keswick for nearly a year. In the meantime the company erect ed a 350-tqn smelter and a sulphuric plant on San Francisco bay, at a cost of nearly $1,000,000. Mountain copper ores run about 50 per cent sulphur, and havo to be roasted before smolting. We are informed by the United States Smelting, Refining & Mining company that tho production of the Mammoth compauy for 1906 will, bo about 12,006, 000 jwuuds of copper, or an average of 1,000,000 pounds per month. This would indicate a. total copper production for California of about 22, 000,000 pounds. General estimates of California copper production for 1900 have been about 30,000,000 pounds. In 1907 the Balaklala and Bully Hill companies will add to the copper out put, but the Balaklala company will not bo much of a factor before tho last six months of 1907. Her Lost Darling A well dressed woman, crying -as if her heart would break, ran up to the desk in the West Forty-soventh Street police station last night. "Please, please find my little lost ono for me," sho pleaded. "Ho is gono, I know not where." Sergeant Brady, who has a kind heart, was touched by the woman's misery. "We certainly will do all we can,'' he said in a trembling voice j "let us hope for the best." "Whon did ho disappear" he asked. "This morning," she said with a sob; "How old was he?" "Threo years. My husband is away on business and this was my only daT liug. He will be distracted if ho re turns and finds him gone. He is the dearest thing in tho world.'' "How was ho dressed?" Jnquired the sergeant, putting down all the partic ulars, on the blotter as he got them." "Ho wasn't dressed at all," said the woman. "Why, tho poor child will freeze to death," exclaimed Brady in dismay. "He's my dog, my fox terrier," said tho woman. "I think he eloped with the ashman's dog. My husband, Profes sor Audre, was training him for tho stage. He can stand on his hoad. He doesn't understand English, but will follow anyone who speaks German. Oh, my darlingl" She said she lived at 233 West Forty third street, and her husband had taken tho HipjKidrbmoitrick elephant out west to exhibit the animal to tho natives. New York World. No. 1 Rye at McDonough's. We hnvo a fresh lot of dill pickles. The Globe Market, Dennis Murphy, pro prietor. . Van Wngenen will give you an esti mate on any kind of painting or paper ing. We guarantee our work and material. To Whom It May Concern Notico is hereby given that Certifi cate No. 6 indorsing tho issue of one hundred thousand shares of tho cap ital stock of tho Iron Horse Mining & Milling company, a corporation organ ized under the laws of Arizona, to ono F. A. Woodward, has this day beoD can celed on account of total failuro of Con sideration. December 20, 1906. G. W. WOY, Secretary. IN THE PROBATE COURT Of tho County of Gila, Territory o Ari zona. In the Matter of tho Estato of' George v. Wagner, ueccascu. Notico by Clerk of Day Fixed for Hear ing Return of Sale of Real Estate. Pursuant to an order of tho Proba'to Court, mado on tho seventeenth day of December, 1U0U, notico is neroDy given that L. C. Wagner, administrator of tho estato of said deceased, made to tho said court and filod in the office of tho clerk thereof on said day, a roturn of salo made by L, C. Wagner, administrator, on tho 17th day of uocemnor, jluuo, unaor a previous order of said court, of tho following real estato, and for the following named sum, to wit: An undivided one-half in crest in and to three mining claims known as the Columbus, Portland and Conneronolis: consideration, thirty- soven and 50-100 ($37.50) dollars, as will moro fully appear from saia return flin.i ns nfrtrfisnid. and to which refer ence is horoby mado for further partic ulars. And notico is horoby further given that Wednesday, the 2nd day of Janu ary, 1907, at 10 o'clock A. M., at tho cmirtroom of said court, at .the court house in Gila county, Arizona, has been fixed for hearing tho said return, when and where any person interested in tho said estato may appear and file written objections to the confirmation of tho said sale, and may bo heard, and may produce witnesses in support of such ob jection. Dated December 18th, 1906. P. C. ROBERTSON, Clerk. By H. Q. Robertson, Deputy Clerk. Quail Restaurant Finest of servioe and all , the delicacies of season SPECIALTY OF SHORT ORDERS HOP, YET &. 00., BROAD ST. Next to McDonnough'u Pioneer Dairy Anderson & Blake Fresh Cream and Bu ter milk in any quantity and always on hand DAIRY, EAST GLOBE MarriodJ Ho easily won the girl he wanted a'fter he had Van Wugenen paint and paper his house. Come in and seo some of our late designs. You may bo lucky. Next door to postofllco. CHAIRS! CHAIRSI CHAIRS! Just received from the factory a enr of 3,000 chairs of all kinds and latest patterns; dining room and kitchen chairs, revolving oflico and counter chairs and stools; rockers in variety; kitchen chairs, 90 cents and upward. A close price for cash on my general lino of houso furnishing goods. J. P. McNeil, opposite Miners' Union hall, Globe, Ariz. For Sale We will sell our entire Roosevelt business, including stock, building, fix tures and water works. Inquire either at Sultan Brothers at Globe, Ariz., or Sultan, Newman & Co., Roosevelt, Ariz. .SULTAN, NEWMAN & CO. a This week cost salo of silks, satins, embroidery laces and ribbons, corsets and bustles at E. F. Kellner & Co. We have sauer kraut and sweet pic kles that will please all tho family. Globe Market; Murphy's. Dorchester Bourbon, fine goods, aged and just tho thing for what a:ls you. McDonough's. a i Brick! Brick! Parties wanting brlek can have their wants promptly supplied by leaving thoir orders at tho office of GIBSON & HENDERSON, Mines and Stock Exchange, Globe, Ariz, i i Kecgan's Ts ono of Globe's oldest and best known cafes; everything first-class in hlr line. Call and be convinced. Ladies, you can get good red, ripe and juicy apples and cranberries at Murphy's, the Globe Market. Order while they aro fresh. Good watches and reliablo repairing at Rubottom's, north of bridge. 1UR VERY BEST HOT BUST; a the itrongcit nd Lett hot tint itore made. It la a really wonderful hvier (will hold Are to hour with lalfa pall ol aoft cual). it will bum ANY1IHNG do toil it too cheap or poor for It. Halltnc beatlo( power of coil joej up the chimney u gu, when ordiui.y heatera are uied. la the O. V. B. Hot ift-upfeed corer2L Blil,th! gat ! ox idued and burned io that leu coal la tiled and more Fuel openog stiduia damper. HHHn, T CaAuainfHRaMH ore potnMg23MBiLH Coat) aLLLLuBaiLHHH rata HHKlnte File pa HBVlflLHBiirLc Cutlasad, LLLLHHiL double teamed bottoo het obtained. hi i ii accom plished by meant of the Hot Blait Draft which takei la freih air at the top of the itore, heati it to more thm 6oo def rect and forcet it over the upper tur face of the burning coal. The gas if thu thor ourhtly oxidized aad barn, ed, Irlnt out lco more heat than la ob tained i a rdlnary aeaiert. Thli Hot Blatt tore will llnrn lata h4 CMl thin i bate burner, to beat the aame room. It livca off a uniform heat and la absolutely air tl(ht. Don't worry about the price of hard coal. Thli Hot Blait aolrea the problem. Look It orer and ace for your, aelf. It la made bettor heavier U rrcry way than any other almUirtteM told. Sec it before you boy. The Hot Blast Stove will pay for itself in one sea son by saving fuel Just Arrived Two carloads of Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves and Steel Ranges. Largest assortment of STOVES in Globe J. P. McNeil Opposite Miner's Union Hall Union Restaurant Meals at Regular Hours Strictly Home Cooking Special attention given to short orders W. B. Brackien, Prop. The Globe Hardware Co. TWO CARLOADS OF STOVES The best line of Stoves ever brought to Globe At the lowest prices y j It will be money in your pocket to see pur store and compare-our prices jH Call and examine this stock before you buy elsewhere. Prompt at? tention to all Stoves PMWIMMM The Globe Hardware Co. Stoves IB ;.,Ji 'i--l :"i IJL-' "J a. ?.- .jt ' m t!&tj " - ', JsB r '4 fJIBb '-SBBaVf -' VSSBMi - ;lJH ' HaaB --'"''4HHal - --" sSilH m imi FicaSnH - .' -WEBB ii mil vn inniuiiimwi wpaTOWFtafisrswre" I : "i& V? K" -, -';!',' '- six .w .h . ; If- ' . " ; -,zC t 'rf&rfii -jv & .. . . . . .-j, " i ' ' rR.