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iThiirsday. January 24, 1 907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
i -Amlifn.iHnil of Producincr
A Glganui. -
Companies Is Being rormcu iui.uop
Uy T. X. Kinspy)
i ullK. Jamuiry 23. The whole cop
,;,rkot today was Letter. Every-
tninu '" entered in the onteomo of tho
nful OOIISUIIIIWIUOII "i pimis uir ii
. holding company to tnko over
, .lor.en of tho producing coin-
.. t lit? like district. A rumor
mt. It hot ween the Copper liniigc
, ,...( those negotiating for n eon
,,.. . made Uanjje weak, but the
u ;is well taken.
s..i" was the feature of tho curb
l,rt fTM. ........cnl i.in.b.il
, H .? 1. nil- liviu'iui mitinvi
. broad, but it is thought that
. n. a sale on all bulges.
I ,!. . Donit Arizona maintains its
. ..gtli, advancing 3ix points to
.uij at $77 bid.. American has
, i aatl closed at $IG bid.
. i uiisoliilatcd was again strong
,.,,, .losing at 12.87 bid. The
! ell full paid Saturday and
. i.h.ted for the stock in a very
Superior & Huston was ali
si .ger today, closing at $1,112.
,. t now stock was put on tho
,s. being that of the ('nluinet
i. t-cloptiient company.- 'ino
.as 00,000 shares, par value
i ii $2..0 will be called. The
.. i at $.'!.2." b'ul and oloxetl at
1 , icw of the low oapitalizn-
?h small ptiee for the pron-
si.H'k should soil much higher.
. i ti lobe's allotmout will be
, i imw. has not boon learned, al
i.hn-p is oXKotod in n few
, Jul. i
. r . , t
-TK- were quuo irrogniar loony
c.Kiuig was mostly protos.sionai.
. railroads sceoud week of
sluiw gross inereaso of SA2 por
'Bia-k M uinta in ...-
SBuf- ' -aiition
t atiau-.i ' -ntral ..,
I aiiRif' & AriKOIin
li.u-1 ri'j-na Development
Di-on 'iua Mining w.
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GluKf t nsnlidated
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Kiji,,ii-, aiked ... .
lusj,if.ii.n, asked . .....
New York ,Stocks
A mat,; Hiiaioil
Anwri. an Smelters
I Mlur liln t'tiol .(- Tr.ti
s. sic., common
- w V,.rk (.'entral
At. lu .,!,
Half tm, ,r.
A: Ohio ..iw 117..rt0
i per cent.
10 SI! TODAY
Moycr, Haywood and Pcttibone,-Offl-oals
of the Western Federation of
Miners, Defendants on Charge of
Murder, at Caldwell, Idaho.
Witat is expected to bo olio of the
most niitcd and sensational trials ever
""''I m the United States is scheduled
'" '"'Kin at f'aldwoll, a little town in
M.a, i,., ii. i(yc,.( William I). liny
Wl"l an.l George A. IVttibonc, all of
'Iiimii i,nh.jas ,)f tho 'Western Federation
"f MmiTH, will be placed in tho dock
'" t'and trial on n charge of compile
"J" m Hit. murder of Kx-CJovcrnor Stcu-'""h'-ig.
The trial will take place be-
"" "lo Kd L. Bryan of the Soventh
""'" ;I tlistrict of Idaho. Judge Hry
:". nlm is a Democrat, was elected to
' '" '"''"'h last Koveinber. Heforo liis
"ptiori Judge Bryan was attornoy for
htrrv Orclmrd, also accused of com
'''"'"r in tho Steunenbcrg mlirder, and
, '""' '"iifessioif resulfcd in tho arrest
'" '"' "ther three.
The arrest of Moyer, Haywood and
etiil,ne was tI(0 cnimjnatiou of the
'fimi-s attending the strike of western
"""its in 1905. On the evening of Do
'"fihcr 30 of that year Ex-Uo'vcrnor
rank Steunenbcrg was nfurdored. The
"'ur.ler was a most atrocious one. The
"u'" was I'ommlttrcd
wnib. a string was attached
means of a
gato tit tho Stcunonbcrg homo, nnd whon
tho govornor opeued it tho mine was
(Ired, killing him instantly. Tho miners
had but slight porsonal grievance
against Steunonborg, and it is nllogcd
thnt his murder was only one of u series
of assassinations planned by tho ue
cuscd moil in order to rovivo tho Hfo
and Inlluenco of tho miners' orgnTiiza
tlon, which had sull'ored seriously as a
result of tho fniluro of tho strikes.
A short time after the nuirdor,
through tho efforts of Detective James
MuPnrlaml of Donvor, Harry Orchard
was arrested and made n confession, in
which ho charged the olllcials of the
Western Federation of Minora with hav
ing instignted the crime. Orchard's eon
fo.ssioii was a most remarkublo record
of orime. lu addition to iIvini the
details of tho Steunonborg murder he
toll how lie had planted and exploded
the bomb Which blew ,up the railroad
Station at Independence, Colo., killing
thirteen men and mangling Hix others,
and how he had plotted to assassinate
Governor Heabody, Judge Ooddard of
tho supreme court of Colorado, and oth
ors who' had incurred tho enmity of the
Western Federation of Miners.
Mover, Haywood and I'ettibone were
not in Idaho when Orchard's confession
was obtained. They had gone to Den
ver. The authorities believed they were
leaving the United States. The war
rants for thorn wore sent hurriedly to
the governor of Colorado. Ho issued
extradition papers before the arrests
were made. 'The three men were taken
on the evening of Saturday, February
lS.-and hustled on board a special train.
They had no opportunity to retain or
consult counsel. On account of alleged
irregularities in the conduct of the po
lice who arrested them they appealed to
tho United States courts for writs of
habeas corpus. Those being rot'usad
thoy appealed to the United States ku
prome court. Thnt court a little over a
month ago decided the application ad
versely to 'the men, thus removing the
last bar to their trial.
The trial is expected to be a battle
royal. Some of the beat legal talont ot
the wast, und,v in fact, of the entire
country, has boon soenfed by those in
terested in the defense, whilo two of
the leading attorneys of the Idaho bar
will conduct the prosecution. There is
some likelihood that tho nttornoys for
the defense will ask for a ehange of
vonuo to either Ada or Washington
counties, of which Boise and Weiser are,
respectively, the county scats. The trials
probably will be long drawn out, es
pecially if the defendants insist upon
being tried separately. If noparatc
trials.nre had, it is probable that Mover
will be tho first dofondnnt put upon the
stand, as he is the president and guid
ing spirit of the Was torn Federation of
Probably the featuro of the trials will
be the testimony of Harry Orchard and
Steve Adams, the two men who have
confessed to a part in the conspiracy to
:i!uunu!niito Stennenberg. Though the
Oruhard confession has boon carefully
guarded by the authorities, many tif its
details wore learned at the time of tho
extradition proceedings. Hut practical
ly nothing has boon given to the' public
regarding the Adams confession, be
yond tho Htutuniutit by Governor Good
ing at the time tho confession was an
iiouncodj said it was "more sweeping
than that of Orchard," and embraced
tho story of some twenty-six murders,
busides other crimes, which were laid
at the door of the "inner circle" of tho
Woatcrn .Federation. Around tho xion
fossion of those two men, it is com
monly believed, (Will practically revolve
tho entire caso of the prosecution.
The continued prosperity and power
of the Western Fedorntioii of Miners,,
as now constituted, depend on the out
cotno of tho impending trials. If Moyer,
Haywood and Pettibone are convicted,
tho present organization cannot survive,
and years will pass before another of
equal influence can be found. By their
associates and by loaders of organized
labor generally the indicted uflieers of
tho Western Federation are regardetl as
martyrs. Thoir defense will bo con
ducted by able lawyers, with unlimited
money at their disposal. Clarence S.
Darrow, who defended Eugene V. Debs
in the trial growing out of tho Amer
ican Ujiilway union strike, and who ap
peared for the United ''Mine Workers
before tho anthracite atriko commission,
will likely'lead in the tlofense.
John Mitchell's United Mint Work
ers, although a rival of tho Western
Federation, on March 17 appropriated
&5,O0O and "as much more as may bo
necessary," to aid in the defense; The
Now York Industrial Council of the
Industrial Workers of tho World, tho
ContraU'ederated Union of Washing
ton, I). C, and socialists and radicals
generally throughout tho country have
indomed. the" indicted federation officers
anil subscribed money to nid in tho de
fense. The total Hum of money contrib
uted for the defendants is very large.
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The Globe National Bank....
O. s. VnnxWagenon, Prosidont.
Dr. W. A. Holt.
E. M. White.
A. a. Smith, Cashier.
.OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
J. II. Hamill, Vice President.
A. W. Sydnor.
Fred T. Bragonler.
Fred J. Griffin.
J. R. Todd, Asst. Cashier.
WE HAVE UNEQUALED FACDLI
TIES IN OUR NEW OFFICES FOR
TAKING CARE OF YOUR VALUA
BLE PAPERS, ETC. CALL AND AR
RANGE TO RENT ONE OF OUR
STEEL SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
OUR VAULT IS FDJEPROOF.
If you want the Best results advertising can get for you
try the DAILY SILVER BELT and be convinced.
The Duchess do la Rochefoucauld, who Is a dnughter of the late Senator
Mitchell of Oregou, once remarked when she was merely Mnttie Mitchell: "I
know perfectly well that I am one of the most beautiful women in the world.
My figure in perfect, and I slin.ll marry for position. There are very few women
as exquisitely beautiful as 1 am, and I Intend to make the most of myself."
So MIsk Mitchell marrhKl the French duke In 1S92, and apparently the match
has turned out happily. Up to the time of their meetlug the duke was elussed
as a woman hater.
.Uimtnnined Letter In EnBlnnd.
Many people are unaware of the fact
that the sender of an unstamped let
ter cnu be proceeded agalust for the
postage. The moment a person posts
an unpnld letter he becomes a debtor
to the postoHIce. If It Is refused by the
addressee the sender Is liable for the
postage. An enormous number of un
stamped letters arc posted every year.
No record Is kept of the exact number.
Mnny large Arms give instructions at
the poBtoillce that unstamped letters
nra not to be delivered to them. They
are then returned to the senders, and
In the caso of frequent offenders legal
steps nro taken. London Lndy.
Krom 1'ryliur I'nn tn IMr.
"Life Is full of contrariness and non
payment of alimony," complnlned tho
woman as she took her sent reluctantly
nt her desk on the morning after the
dance. "When I was married nnd
had more. leisure than anything else
the days were long and deadly, but
now thnt I am free and life might be
one endless dream of gayety I have to
work." New York Press.
"Now, dear," sold tho hero of the'
elopement as they boarded the train,
"wo arc sffTe' from pursuit." "And
also," said the young girl radiantly,
"safe from starvation. Here's a check
pa mndo out to your order." Ex
change. Life Is such a poor business that tho
strictest ecouomy must bo exetctfted In
Its good things. SchopenhaueV.
Facts and figures
Tho following price was taken from a
catalogue house and compared with our
A miners' watch, 17-Jowelcd Walth
am, patent regulator, double sunk dial,
Brcn'uot hairspring, dust-proof silvcrlno
. .Our price for the 3amo article, $17.00.
Wo charge just GO cents more than
thoy do, you will say. But wait. The
express charges on this watch will .'
be 30 ;-
Tho money order will cost 10
The stamp ou your letter 02 -
Your stationery will cost .,,. .01 ,'1;
, A total of 43 j ;'- '
or a real difference of .13 on a $17.00 "
purchase But again, you must wait a
full week for your watch from them, i
your money ought to be worth at loast
something during that time. You do
not sco tho watch before ycur money
has gouo to pay for it You have vory
llttlo redress, if any, providing your
watch is not satisfactory.
You hesitate to .i3k your local jeweler
to regulate a watch which camo from
sonio distance, although wo cheerfully .
do it. We have not mentioned the itom
of engraving, for which these houses
-chargo from two cents to ten cents a
letter. We chargo you not a cent for
this scrvlco and you have us right hero
to oxplain just what you want and how
you want it.
We distinctly do not want to urge '
"support homo industry" on anyono as ,
a reason for trading with us. , Wo. ask
nothing of you that is notaskod by -.
Our high grade stock and rcasonablo
prices is our appeal to local patriotism.
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Of the quality you want, in the
quantity you require, is our of
fer in Meats and Poultry.
Another offer we propose is
careful handling, cutting and
Still another, lowest selling
price the market vriil warrant.
With such a combination,
proved by years of square
dealing, ought we not to have
Pioneer Meat Co.
J. S. SCOTT
Complete line of
Always on hand
North Broad st., Just below Gila Val
He hears wedding
bells and knows just
where to go to pur
chase a gift for the
young couple. We
are receiving new
goods every day.
The GLOBE JEWELRY COMPANY
if"1 JJ fcBHjwi mum." m unmnTHnniini wi
Subseribo for tho Daily Silver Bolt. Phono in your want ads. Main 231.
A Chance for every Lady to get a new dress for
WE HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE
CONSIGNMENT OF THE WELL
KNOWN NOERA SUITINGS AND
WE ARE OVERSTOCKED, AND IN
ORDER TO CLOSE THEM OUT WE
WILL SELL THEM "OR
THESE SUITINGS ARE FIFTy-SIX .
INCHES WIDE AND ARE ALL
- WOOL AND ARE WORTH DOUBLE
THE PRICE WE ASK FOR THEM
IN ALL THE LEADING COLORS.
SOME OF THESE ARE JUST WHAT
YOU WANT FOR' TOUR CHILDREN '
FOR SCHOOL DRESSES.
REMEMBER WE ARE MAKING A
REDUCTION OF TWENTY PER
CENT IN OUR MILLINERY DE- ..
-. Ei-fC. iy t fil fTi'v' if
rOR EVERYTHING IN
Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints,
Oils, Ammunition, Guns, Cutlery,
Notions etc., go to
G. S. Van Wagenen.
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 specialv of Berving a
"BUSINESS MAN'S LUNCH,"
well cooked, always ready to
serve and centrally located as we
are, insure celerity and satisfac
tion. Try us today
A. F. BANICEVICH,
Assayer and Chemist
H. E. BIERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
' Finest rooms in the city..
Everything new, rate
reasonable and special
inducements offered to
by the month
Stationery, School Books and School Supplies
NEW GRAPHOPHONE RECORDS, get the
Latest Any magazine you want Buy your
Ammunition here. WE ALSO RENT GUNS.
GLOBE MEAT MARKET
I am supplying the demand of my enourmous trade by giving
them fresh, fat and juicy steaks and prime short rirj roasts, -
mutton and veal from my own cattle ranch. Arizona pasture
fed steers cannot be beat, therefor you can rely on getting the
freshest meats that can I e procured in the city. A carload
of KANSAS CORN FED rORK just received.
Give us a trial and be convinced and you will not inspect
further but will have one of our solicitors call at once for your
order. Do not be deceived and overlook this opportunity.
Choice Meats and Poultry of all Kinds
F. KELLNER & CO., Globe, Ariz., will sell their 88 feet front
store nrnnertv. fixture;, stork nf drv Grinds, groceries
Hardware, also tne tost uuicn uoia Mines ana miii, ana
finally the Globe Bank and Savings Co. All are paying well.
Bids for all, or parts thereof, will be received till sold at best
terms. All accounts close pay day. Merchandise "Closing Out x
Sale" till finished. Address. J
E. F. KELLNER, Globe, Arizona.
BL 1- J .
If you want to saVe money trade at
Mill William's Store
He carries a full line of Groceries, Hardware, Crock
ery, Leather, Liquors and Cigars, Furnishing Goods,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gloves and Stationery.
Wm. Mill Williams
North Globe and Smelter Merchant
The Finest Resort in Globe
Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re- :
freshraents of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines
and Liquors "
A. B. C. and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
GLOBE LUMBER COMPANY
Mining Timbers a Specialty
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