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Page Six DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Friday, March 22 1 f . V J V Ring Up No. 411. WE WILL OALL ON YOU AND SHOW YOU MANY OF THE BEST BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE IN OLOBE. WE WILL WRITE YOUR INSURANCE IN THE BEST INSURANCE COMPANIES IN THE COUNTRY. We Loan Money WHY NOT TAY FOR A HOME OF YOUR OWN INSTEAD OF PAY ING FOR THE OTHER FELLOW'S? COME AND SEE US AND WE Real Estate WILL TELL YOU HOW TO DO IT. HOMES FOR SALE ON NOFTSOER HILL, PASCQE HILL, NOB HILL AND IN EAST OLOBE. ALL BARGAINS AND CAN BE PUR CHASED ON EASY TERMS. IF YOU WANT TO BUY IT WILL PAY YOU TO OALL ON US. IF YOU WANT TO SELL, OALL ON US; IT WILL PAY YOU. One of the best business lots on Broad street for sale at a bargain. This is a snap for the right parties with the coin. For Rent MOARDING AND LODGING HOUSE ON NOFTSGER HILL; A GOOD CHANCE FOR SOMEONE. YOURS FOR A SQUARE DEAL PHILLIPSON & HAGEN Office hours: 8 a. m., to 6 p. m., 7. p. m. to 8 p. m. OFFICE, Over Postoffice, Globe, Arizona GLOBE SIGHTS AND SILVER BELTLETS Current News of Busy Globo Told in Brevities V. I. Trucblood of Tucson i a busi ness visitor in the city. (J. G. Jones lias roup to Phoenix to visit his mother for a short time. .1. W. Hogtic of the Home Investment company hss uno to El Paso for a week on business. B. V. Crawford left yost onlay for l-'ort -Worth, Texas, whore he will spend a short time on busiiie.-s. A. Nelson, who has been employed as a carpenter by thn Gila Valley road here, has left for Greensworth, N. M. II. L. Hayncs .Jr. returned to Kl 1'aso yesterday. Mr. Haynos is traveling freight agent for the Kl Paso & South western. II. II. Powers, who has mining intor jsts in the Globo district, arrived in the5c,ity last evening from Boston to tsend a few days. "jpilcQuecn & Convers arc installing an joe cream freozer to bo operated bv sjeam in their confectionery store on lower Broad street. -Mis. J. J. Dawson, who has beon vis iting her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. .1. V. Vcnnett. in Globe, returned to Kl Paso yesterday. X. II. Kminons of the Old Dominion company has .gone to Tuxpan, in the state of Jalisco, Mexico, where his wife has been visiting for several mouths. I'd Howard left for Los Angeles yos terday. lie has been a resident of Globe for several years, but will prob ably go to (Joldfield to make his fu ture home. A. Aguirre has returned from Pre sidio, Texas, where he spent three weeks on a visit with friends. IIo brought a bride, with hiin, having been mnrried to Mary Hodriguez at Presidio. J. G. Xaquin of the Xiiiuiiu Furni ture company leaves this morning for Kl Paso, where he will spend a few dnys on business. He will also spend a few days in Ilisb.ee, tho headquarters of the company. J. W. Swank of Santa Rosa, Oal., ar rived Wednesday afternoon, having come over from Phoenix bv wav of Roosevelt. Globe impresses him favor ' ably and he expects to remain horc sev eial weeks. Alt' Tollman, smeltor superintendent for the .Mitchell Mining company, loft yesterday morning for Cananea, where he was formerly employed. He will spend several days in Cananea before returning to Globe. Mrs. Krnest F. Kellner and hor moth or, Mrs. Morono, left for Clifton yes terday to visit the hitter's dqughter. They will bo gono two or three weeks, after which Airs. Kellner will join her husband at Superior. T. H. Martin, who has been in the odlco of tho Globe Consolidated com pany for the past month, leaves this morning for Silver City, where he will be chief clerk in the office of tho Cop per Gulf company, of which Hovland A Smith are the principal owners. - Storage room phone C01. SENSATIONAL AFFAIR Railway Superintendent Arrested at Fort Thomas Yestorday Screen Doors! Screen Doors! Don't you want one I Whalley lots of them from $2 to $1.50. has 140 Profc-ftor Krnst Haeckcl's important work. "Tho Riddle of the Universe," has beon translated into Hebrew, Chi nose and Japanese. St John's .Church Sealed bids for plastering church building with Douglas cement will be received by the vestry on .or bcfoie Tuesday the 2Jtli. Bids" should be hand ed to Rev. Gcorgo Selby. Imbued with tho spirit of hostility to railway corporations which is so prevalent throughout the country nt this time, the judicial authorities of the town of Fort Thomas, in Graham coun ty, tried to tako a fall out of the Gila Vidley, Globo & Northern railroad yes terdav. 0. ('. Mallard, the popular young superintendent of the trunk line which plies between Globe and Bowie, got off at Kort Thomas, yesterday for a visit between trains. As is well known, ouo of Mr. Mallard's character istics is neatness, and when he saw an unsightly looking bit of paper pasted on the depot, which is the Hacied piop erty of the- railroad, he immediately tore it oil'. The town bull happened aloiig just at this time and he inline diately pinched tho operating head of the Goes Very Gently & Nervously, as the paper ho yanked olf the consecrated shack was a legal jiotice. Mr. Mallard promised to go to the office of. the chief justice of tho pence without re sistance and the T. B. refrained from adjusting -the bracelets to the wrists of the superintendent, although he kept his hand on his hip pocket. On arraignment Mr. Mallard pleaded that he did not know the enormity of his offoiihc and besides it was commit ted while he was temporarily suffering from hyperbolic paranoia superinduced by the unusual excitement in Fort Thomas caused by the public sale of a brindle calf on the main street. In an swer to a hypothetical question put by the justice he stated that he would re place the mutilated notice, which was done under supervision of the police force, and the superintendent was re leased from custody on payment of the costs, amounting to $1.3."), an officer of the court accompanying Mr. Mallard to Globe last evening to get change for a $5 bill tendered by tho magnate. The affair caused considerable ex citemeut at Fort Thomas nnd it will be the solo topic of conversation for many days to come. While refusing to speak for publication last evening, Mr. Mal lard doprecated the hostility being dis played toward the raihonds by itnjKirt ant officials throughout the country. As his incarceration was merely nominal, he feels no severe effects. Who is all right? "Tennis Girl." Storage room phone (iOl. OLD WAR MINE" FATAL Thought to Havo Been Causo of Explo sion Taking 200 Lives The 'Tennis Girl" is coining. A lecture will be delivered next Sun day afternoou at 1 a'clock from the courthouse steps for the benefit -of tjie colored people of Globe. The public generally is invited to attend. O. Francis, the old reliable stone ma son, has returned from Rice and is now ready to take contracts on all kinds of stone work. P. 0. box 370. Watch for tho "Tennis Girl." i i Notice Tf you have a house to rent you can find a permanent tenant by calling on S. R. S. at the Silver Belt ollice. Six-year-old maro with colt and buck skin saddle; will sacrifice if sold, this week. Inquire Silver Belt, G. A. L. or Shiite stnble. 1 12 Two hundred lives were lost in the destruction of the Russian steamship Varyagen, which was blown up' by a tloating mine recently oft" Cape Manchu ria. The mine is thought to have been adrift since the Russo-Japanese war. The catastrophe was so sudden that no boats could be got out or steps taken to save passengers. Of the iMO passengers but fortv-seven were saved. COPPER METAL MARKET Tiy Associated Press. NKW YORK, March 21. Copper advanced in tho London mnrket today,, spot closing at 107 2s Oil and futures at 108 fis. Locally tiie mnrket was quiet and unchanged, with Lake at 25.37 Hs to 25.7i; Klectiolytic, 25.12'.. to 25.37; 'd Casting, 24.27 to 21.87. Lead wns unchanged at 19 l.'is Od in the London market and (i.00 to (i.30 locally. Spelter was lower nt 2!i 5s in the London market and 0.00 to 0.30 locally. "t$r lion was 3d higher in the English market, with standard foundry quoted at 54s (id and Cleveland wiirranst 54s 4d. Locally the mar ket was unchanged. Bar silver, IW-V,, Mexican dollars, 51 'i. In Honor of Miss Solomon On Wednesday evening the hospitable home of Mr. and Mis. George V. Smal ley was opened for a curd party in honor of Miss Blanche Solomon of Sol omouville. P1i7.es in a game of pro giessive heiats went to Miss Solomon and Mr. Rawliugs. Vocal iiumbeis ren dered during the evening by Messrs. Binkley and R. Jacobs, with Miss Pat ton at tlje piano, affotded Mr. and Mrs. Smnlley and their guests much jileasuie. Those piesont were Mesdnmes Nave, Luwton, Middlntou, Rowlings, French, Hauiia and Cushmun; Misses Solomon, Fullerton, Lowthiitu, Parks, Patton, Mc Cullom, MeJCeimo, Slioit and Yun Wag enen; -.Messrs. Binkley, Doolittle, French. C. P. Jacobs, R. Jacobs, Raw lings, Weinberger, II. Solomon, Ilanna, Sharp, Boyd and Dis. Gill and Hol comhe. Miss Solomon, in whose hono'r the paity wns given, has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Lnutin, for the pnst few days. She let urns to her home at Solo uionvillo this morning. Six-year-old mare with colt aud buck skin saddle; will sacrifice if sold this week. Inquire Silver Belt at 11 a. m. or 4 p. in. 140 --- If you are lost follow nnybody; you will bring up at The Dime. Wait for tho "Tennis Girl." Tonight the last appearance of the famous McDonald stock company. Reception Tonight' There will be an evening of the Old Fashion songs tonight at the M. K. church, Reception' from 7:30 to 8:30 for the purH)se of becoming acquainted with the new people of the congrega tion. Vou aie cordially, invited to attend. AH your friends are going to The Dime; join thorn. ' Tho "Tennis Girl's" first visit. For School Trustoo ' By request, I hereby announce my self as a candidate for school trustee, District No. 1; election to be held at sc.'ioolliouse on Mnrch 30, 1007. J. S. MILKS. Charlie Queen, having purchased tho Union Pacific restaurant of Jim Lee, wishes to notify the public that he will not be" responsible for any bills owing by the above mentioned Jim Leo, or any contracted by him hereafter, Char lie Queen. March 21, 1007. 150 m i - , "Tennis Girl" will make you feel good. Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co j Capital and Surplus, $100,000 t DIRECTORS U. U. 1UCKKTTS U. YV. WICKERSHAM T a ., A. T. ThomsoM H. S. VANGonnp'B rAsco C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy Ph. Pdc... I; E. Solomon '"Offm, All Classes of accounts Invited Fnrrlon rrrhanc. . ... - - i latest r"(s GREATER GLOBE Has many possibilities and is buildini? un ma.. t. u - :ji ' r "" nne We are in the home buildinc. Hnvino- .,! . i hllftirtPftft with a ffW rhntri havnam. t Buvincr or selling, cive us a rail. fW -i .u:u i : i s a'e oiiaiiii, uui uaiauiB guuu. HOMES BUILT ON INSTALLMENTS LOTS FOtf SALE ON EASY PAYMENTS Own vmir own Lmo in r?1nh anA UU it. ' Tv " "1U ine rent man good by. HOME INVESTMENT CO. Sowing machines for rent or salo at Singer store in Trust building, next to telegraph ollice. Ill HAS SULPHIDE ORE AT SHALLOW DEPTH Storage room phone 001. A sure cure for blues, "Tennis Girl." The "Tennis Girl" is about due. FOR SALE City property by Kelly Realty Co. Cholco lots in East Globe for cash or on easy pay meats. " ' Modern homo, bath, electric lights, .Nob hill. Twelvo room house, furnished, three lots, incomo $75 por month. "' " '. Three room house cheap for cash. Threo room hoase, easy terms. Choico resident lot on old Ballground. Four room modem house, two lovcL lots, Fascoe hill. Modem home, Including furniture, Fascoo hill. This is a snap; must sell; cheap for cash. Three acres with ood improvements, close in; suit able for chicken ranch. Choice businoss property on Broad street. To buy of us means profit on your monoy. No better values anywhore. If you want a bargain, we havo it. If you havo any bargains, list them with us. Our rig is always in readiness to take you out. Name tho time and we will call for you. Found Leopard in Bedroom An exciting encounter with a leopard took place iicre yesterday at the resi dence of Mr. Saudford. Miss Sanford missed her ict cat and in searching for it went into a square bedroom. To her horror she saw the tail of a leopard protruding from beneath the bed. With great presence of mind .Miss Saudford quietly left the room aud in formed her father. Mr. Saudford, not believing the story, went into the room and lifted up the overhanging coverlet of the bed. IIo found himself confront ed by the glistening eyes and hard teeth of the animal. Mr Saudford rushed out of the room and sent for Captain Youiighusband, the famous hunter, who happened to be in Nairobi. Captain Younghusband found the leopard endeavoring madly to leap through the windows, which were iron baried. He killed it at the first shot. Nairobi corresjondent London Express. Wo all wait for "Tennis Girl." mm 9 Head the Silver JJelt; always up to date and newsy. President J. F. Hechtman of the Globe Mining company yesterday ex hibited specimens of sulphide Ore of good grade which was encountered last Tuesday at a depth of 190 feet in the company's shaft on the Mineral Farui, The strike of sulphide at such shallow depth is important and very encour aging to companies developing proper ties in the .eastern part of Globe district. Adollar'.s worth of fun for ten cents at Tho Dime. See McDonald's last piny in Globe tonight. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Hotel Arrivals The following arrivals last ovoning registered at the Dominion hotel: James Murtha, Pittsburg; II. H. Meyers, San Francisco; II. K. Childs, St. Louis; A. L. White, Kansas City; J. J. McCourt, Kl Paso; Fred Schilling, Los Angeles; S. II. Merriweather, Denver; V. if, Trucblood, Tucson; II. A. Sanford, Pasaijena, Oil.; II. II. Powers, Boston. Try Melrose Rye if yon want something extra fine; splendid for med' icinnl purposes and as pure a brand as can be had anywhere Hankers"' Gar den. Special Mission A special mission will be held in the Catholic church of Globe during the coming week by Hov. P. II. Hrannan, the most popular missionary priest in Texas. All are cordially invited to at tend all its services, non-Catholic vh well as Catholic being welcome. On Palm Sunday the 24th of March: First mass at 8 o'clock; second moss at 10 o'eloek; sermon by the missionary priest evening services at 7:30 o'clock. Sermons by the Rev. Hrannan all the week at T.W. Her. Itrannan will give special instructions. Swellcst goods in town, ladies' suits and cloaks, dresses, gowns, waists, skirts, milliner', hair goods, switches, etc. Tho People's Store, Globe, Ariz. I FORGOT TO GET , Just one of our EXCLUSIVl SPECIALTIES 'THATCHER" Butter i, another BUY THE BEST Don t pay for cheap stuff Drink ttD :-a uii" An Ddmiiyiuii nan uoiiEf i-, V (The steel Cul Kind) "ClMArU OTTITM ' leak lard Globe Commcrcifll ft SOLD IN SMALL SEALED PAILS--3.. 5. 10, TELEPHONE 221 KELLY REALTY CO. Front Suite Over Keegan's, Phone 441 Globe, Arizona P. S. We loan monoy, write fire insurance and have a few good mining properties for sale. For Thoso With Hindsight When a partner said to Cavendish, the great whist player, "if you had done so-and-so, we'd have mhdo so-and-so," he always replied: "Did you ever hear the story of your uncle and aunt!" If tho player had heard it he would at once become silent, not wishing to hear it again. If he had not heard it he would pauso in his postmortem of the game and say; "No; tell it to me." Then Cavendish would frown and say in a solemn voice: "If your aunt had been a man sho would have been your uncle." Wash ington Star. Hevised Statutes of Arizona, 1901, 3S4S (Sec. 18). Jt shall be the duty of every person owning, or having chnrgej of, or under Ins control, property in this Territory subject to taxation, and in this title provided, io make out and deliver to the Assessor, botween the first Monday in February and the first Monday in June, in each year, a cor rect list of the same, as required by law, whether he shall receive from the Assessor a notice or demand to do so or not; and every assessment made against property subject to taxation shall be valid, whether such notice or demand was received or not. Personal property taxes must bo paid when assessed, unless secured by real estate. All persons having real estate or per sonal property will please call at the ofiico of the Assessor and list their property. HOHT. E. MERRITT, 1."!j Assessor and Tax Collector. I am now prepared to do to your satis faction STENOGRAPHIC Work of Every Character TEEMS REASONABLE Fay G. MacConnell Boom 2 Trust Building Don't Let Drugs Get the Best of You But Get the Rest of Drugs Sold Only By THE PALACE PHARMACY Wholesale and Retail Druggists Globe, Arizona MHMMAMiMHWMMMI 4 rV,J,VT,I""J'TP,I,I,,rTTTtT7Wl Wall Paper, Paints and Oils We carry a Complete Line of Wall Paper, Ready-mixed Paints, Varnishes and Brushes We will paper, paint or tint your house for you at the lowest possible figures. If you have any work in our line, do not fail to see us before having it done. If you cannot call, phone us, and we will call on you 1 SATISFACTION IS OUR MOTTO THE EAGLE The "Tennis Girl" Is a peacherino. Head the Silver Belt Always up to date. Poor Aunt Mary Mis. Flint was a very stern woman, who demanded instant and unquestion ing obedience from her children. One afternoon a storm came up and she sent her son John to close the trap leading to the lint rortf of the house. "But mother " said John. "John, I told you to shut the trap." Ves, but mothor " "John, shut that trap!" "All right mother, if vou sav so. but" "John." John slowly climbed the stairs and shut the trap. The afternoon went by, and the storm howled and raged. Two hours later the family gathered for tea and when the meal was half over Aunt Mary, who was staying with Mrs. Flint, had not nppeared. Mrs. Flint started to ask many questions; Johnny answered the first one. "Please, mothor, she is up on the roof." Argonaut. 5cts.--CIGAR--5cts. INDEPENDENT FACTORY THE SOLOMON-WICKERSHAM GO. INCORPORATED DISTRIBUTORS SILVER BELT WANT ADS BBINO BESULTS A Big Linon Stock When it comes to Linons. we are the people. India Linons; Handkerchief Linons; Round Thread Art Linons (45 in. wide); Waist and Dress Linons, many colors; Table Linens in real Irish Linons, beaut iful patterns, such as Pansy, Fern. Wheat, Snowdrop and Honeysuckle, with Napkins to match. A fine line of cheap Damask, 75c per yard, Napkins to match $1.75 per dor. ONE LOOK WILL CONVINCE YOU SULTAN BROS. G. S. VAN Next to the Post Office WAGENEN "J4"3 Telephone 372 h- ff, jf zJftmammmmmTLZLWm 3KnmmmHmmm . P""nlHEil ii !i il S SmmmmkSh i All DOMINION HOTEL -Finest Hostlery in the Southwest -80 Rooms Modern Conveniences and the Best of Service Hollow Concrete Building Blocks :MADE TO FQRDER DIMENSIONS: ADVANTAGES OF HOLLOW CON CRETE BUILDINGS Uhnapncss of construction; buildings warm In winter, cool In Rummer, dry ventilated wulh, nro and dust proof; Insurance Is euenper: renulres no palntlntr or repairs: bloelts can bo laid in the wall rapidly and require "out lltilo mortoK plastering may tie done on the back of the Ntone, saving InthlnR; free from ratn. mice or vermin; porfentlv sanitary, resists rain and dries qulc.ly, while solid walls remain damp. I use the Right Process, the material anu nave we rus" lv,,., j. Blocks, also the Right Kind of JWL ery. fcstimates on Buiiaing n- Furnished. Call at J. MAUREL Two-story Concrete Block House, of Globe Umber Yard '