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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Wednesday, April 24, 1907
Nle and Sally Killed the Bear
The Citizens Loan & Trust
has boon organized and wo aro its solo agonts. THE
BEST CONTRACT, LOWEST RATES OF INTEREST
AND MOST LIBERAL CONDITIONS OF ANY LOAN
COMPANY IN THE SOUTHWEST.
If you need nionoy to build it will pay you to call on us.
If you want insurance, wo lnwo tho largest and strongest
list of companlos represented in Arizona.
TOR SALE All kinds of bargains on terms to suit your
incomo and your purse.
A SQUARE DEAL
PHILLIPSON & HAGEN
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE and LOANS
Phone 411 Offices, Post Office Bldg. Globe, Ariz.
OL0BE SIGHTS AND
jrrnnt News of Busy Qlobe Told in
C. -D. Stephens of Fort Thomas oamo
to fllohu last night on business.
Wallaeo Duncan is managing the Fos
ter store at SafToril during tho alwonao
of Mr. Foster.
E. E. Reos is at Tankoy on tho G. V.
li. & X., repairing n pump for the rail
Ed Angle and family roturned from
afford last night, whore thoy visited
Lo Roy Scholl, suporintonrtant of the
Arizona National, came in from the
nunc on Yower Tinto last ovoning.
H. C. Housor, circulator for tho Sil
er Bolt, returned last evening from
a Iiuh'uiups visit at Solnmonvillo.
V. T. Johnson, propriotor of the
Commercial hotel at Saffonl, oamo to
(tlnbe on last ovoning 's train.
Cliarlos Banker roturned from Fort
Thomas last nighf aftor accompanying
his wifo to tho Indian Hot Spring?.
C. D. Keppy, rigjtt of wny agent for
tho G. V. G. & N., leaves this morning
for a trip to Solomonville and Tucson.
J. JJ. llardon of liayden, Stone &
Co. of Boston is making his first visit
to Globe and will remain several days.
John AV. Wontworth, olork of tho
board of supervisors, returned yester
day from a visit with his family at
Professor John W. Prout, the geolog
ist, returned last evening from several
weeks spqnt in examining mining prop
erty in Sonora.
Frank McColIum roturnod from Sfif
ford last night to rosume work on tho
Consolidated-Telephono company line,
as the wire for tho line has arrived.
Assistant Snperintondont Williams of
the G. V. G. 4 X. wsw at Geronimo yos
terday inspecting tho work of carpen
ters, who are building a pump house.
J. II. Hatton of the United State for-
estry service, stationed in California, is
a visitor to Globo and will today in
spect the Pinal Mountain reserve, witli
.Supervisor Harold Marshall.
Joo V. Prochaska, late of Lowell, Co
chise county, has accepted tho manage
meut of tho Globo baseball park for the
When thinking of purchasing Real Eslate or Mining
Property there are several reasons why
you should consult
The Gila County Abstract Co.
trouble and expense
A Title Clear Is a Title Absolute
Think of it. When you die you should avoid leaving
your estate a lawsuit to defend, instead of a title
absolute. That is the primary purpose of an Ab
stract and none of us know when we are to die.
QUERY. How many people do you know who KNOW
that they have title to their property? Call and see
us, we will explain more.
We also carry the best line of Fire Insurance Companies
in the U. S. and have Bond and Fidelity Companies
KELLY REALTY CO,
Rooms 19-21-23, Globe Office Building
season nnd will endeavor to revive in
terest in the national game.
B. F. Crawford roturned last night
from Texas, having spent a month trav
eling over the stnte. Ho brought back
a carload of porkers and soveral hun
dred chickens for tho new wholesale
Will liondall and Jesse Price returned
last night from Clifton, whore thoy hnvo
boon shipping ore from their sovon
claims near Sheldon. Thoy shipped
twenty tons of glnnco ore to tho Shan
non smelter. ,
John Carpenter and Fannie E. Whnlen
wore united in marriage Monday even
ing by Judge Hinson Thomas nt tho
home of the latter. Tho bride is well
and favorably known here and tho
room is an old cmployeo of the Old
W. H. Blood Jr., an electrician of
Boston, is hore as tho representative of
X. L. Amster to look ovor tho plant
of the Globo .Electric Light & Gas com
pany, which company, is to be reorgan
ised and consolidated with the local
L. A. Snyder, tho well known mining
man, is registered at the Dominion ho
tel. Mr. Snydor has organized tho Sin
Rival Coppor company to dovolop a
Inrgo group of claims adjoining the
properties of the Lako Superior & Ari
aona and Queen copper companies at
Georgo V. Wilson, who returned n
fow dnys ago from a trip to the" miring
district south of Casa Grande, snys
there has been a great revival ot min
ing in that section. Many of trte old
mines have been reopened and sivcral
arc shipping, an average of two cars of
ore leaving Casa Grande daily. The
Kelvin and Ray country is alft lively
and preparations are being iado for ex
G. 0. Scott, from Tonto basin, is in
the city for a stay of a few days. He
says tho Tonto country has not looked
as good for a long time as it .Iocs now.
A succossfnl roundup is net ring the
finish and deliveries of cattle ire about
to begin. A. J. Howell, Davo Peter,
C. 13. Conway and others, who have
sold about 1,000 head to J X. Porter
md Tom Armstrong, yill riake delivery
on the 25th inst. at Livingstone.
Buy your ice cream at tho Tabard
run Confectionery. Pure cream and
Storage room phono C01.
will be .saved
WILL HAVE A BABY SHOW
Woman's Guild to Havo Attractive
Fcaturo for Bazar
Tho Woman's Guild of tho Episcopal
church is planning a bazar to tako place
April 30 in the now church, tho feature
of which will bo a baby show. All of
the babies in Globo will bo invitod to
participate and suitnblo prizes will bo
given in accordance with tho decision
of the judges, who it is understood will
be chosen from tlio bachelors. Tho
funds raised at tho bamr will bo used
in raising the debt incurred by the
erection of the now St. John's Epis
" - .1
Tho Tubnrd Inn Confectionery is pre
pared to fill wholesale orders on short
notice. Wo manufacture our own good.
OF FIRE INSURANCE
By Associated Press..
SPOKANE, Wash., April 23. There
will be no fedornl invostigatiou of Are
insurance, alio Spokane Chamber of
Commerce, which petitioned Roosevelt
to tako up such an investigation, re
eolved a reply from Commissioner Her
bert Smith of tho department of com
morce stating that "Certainly under tho
present condition of the federal stat
utes nnd judicial interpretations the
government would have no jurisdiction
either through this department or any
other to exercise compulsory power in
making such an investigation."
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Is ono of O-lobo's oldest and host
known cafes; everything first-class in
his line. Call and bo convinced.
Storage room phono 601.
Swellcst goods In town. Ladies' suits,
cloaks, silk dresses and gowns, waists,
skirts, hosiery, millinery, now goods,
switches, fancy goods, etc. Tho Poople's
Store, Dolph Baatz, Prop., Globe, Ariz
Inn Confectionery the
Storage room phono G01.
Is onb of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
his line. Call and bo convinced.
The Tabard Inn Confectionery
an tees pure goods.
WHY LEWISOHN RESIGNED
A Disagreement as to tho Real Market
Prico of Copper the Cause
A dispatch from Now York says:
Adolph Lowihohn, president of the
United Metals Selling company, which
handles a preponderating percentage of
tho copper output of this country, ex
plained yesterday his withdrawal from
the vico presidency of the New York
Motala exchange, an ofllce which he had
held foi many years.
Mr. Lowisohn's company quotes Lake
and Electrolytic copper nt 25 and
25 Vi cents per pound respectively, while
vliicl the asking prico on the Metal Ex
change has been gradually reduced dur
ing tho last few weeks to 25 cents and
"I withdrew," Mr. Lewisohn said,
'simply because my position had some
elements of inconsistency. I remain,
however, on perfectly good terms with
my old associates on the excliange. 1
do not dispute that they may have cop
per for sale at the prices quoted, but
my company has not.
"The dicrcpaucy in the quotations
has caused u great deal of confusion
among consumers of the metal, and J
havo been receiving letters from custom
ers askiug how 1 can give the Metal
Uxchajigc quotations tho tacit approval
involved in holding the vico presidency,
when the .Metals Selling company main
tains the higher figures. J think our
prices represent the real market and
therefore have withdrawn from tj'0 ex
change. "Just now there is practically no
buying at oither set of prices, but I see
no reason why copper should self low
er." Cured of Rheumatism t
Mr. Win. Henry of Chattanooga,
Tcnii., had rheumatism in his left arm.
t t mi . k
-iiie sirengui seemed to have gone
out of tho muscles so that it was useless
for work," ho says. "1 applied Cham
berlain's Pain Balm nnd wrapped the
arm in a flannel at night, 'and to my
roliof I found that tho pain gradually
loft me nnd t,ho strength returned. In
threo weeks tho rheumatism had disap
peared and has not since returned." If
troubled with rheumatism try a few
applications of Pain Balm. You are
cortain to bo pleased with the relief
which it ntrords. For sale by nil drug
gists. Oentlo and Effective
A well known Manitoba editor writes:
"As an inside worker I find Chamber
lain's Stomach nnd Llvor Tablets in
valuable for tho touches of biliousness
natural to sedentary lifo. their action
being gcntlo and effective, clearing the
dlgestiyo tract and the head." Price
25 cents. Samplos freo. All druggists
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF GILA, TERRITORY OF
In tho Matter of tho Estate of P. C.
Sullivan, Deceased. Notice of Hear
Notice is hereby given that Walter
Webster has filed in this court a peti
tion praying for an order of this court
authorizing the administratrix of tho
said estato to execute a deed to him
for tho purpose of curing defect iu deed
made by said deceased, and that the
same will bo henrd on Monday, the
2Qih day of May, A. D. 1907, at ten
o'clock in the forenoon of said day. at
the courtroom of said court, iu said
County of Gila, Territory of Arizona,
and nil persons interested In said es
tate aro notified then and there to ap
pear and show cause, if any they have,
why the said order should not bo grant
ed. Dated April 20th, 1907.
55 P. C. ROBEBTSON, Clerk.
COPPER METAL MARKET
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, April, 23. Copper was unchanged in London, with
spot and futures closing nt JC99 1i"h, Locally tho market was quiet
with Lake, 24.25 to 25.25; Electrolytic, 23.75 to 21.23;. Casting, 22.50
to 23.50. Tlict.0 prices aro more or less nominal and some dealers
claim that they aro below tho actual market, while other handlers say
they would bo willing to meet tho quotations given. r
Lead was unchanged at COO to (5.10 locally, and 20 n London.
Spelter wits unchanged nt 25 15s in London and A.H5-tn 0.75 lo
cully. , -
Iron was locally unchanged.
Bar silver, C5'A. Mexican dollars, 50.
Party of Maine Men Who Arrived In
Calumet Get Positions Immediately
HMffentnir ii Wnpft Srnlo Will TaltA
T.mr in M..4 r-t
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Last week there arrived in Calumet
eleven young men fiom Maine, who
were seeking positions such as woulu
bo agreeable to them, says the Houghton
Mining Gazette. Thoy had not been in
tho district more thau a day when thoy
all found positions, becoming employees
of tho Mohawk Mining company at
wages far jn oxcess of anything they
might havo obtained in tho east.
This is simply an instance showing
how great is tho demand for labor in
tho copper country. G. L. PorraulJ, tho
local employment ageiit, stated yester
day morning that he cannot ilud any
men anywhere who are looking for job?.
Ho has all kinds of orders for mon both
for local concerns us -well US' those out
jf town. So far ho has not boon able
to keep up with his orders and consid
oring the season of the year it does not
look ory bright for the busy spring mid
Men for the Mines
Riht at the moment the greatest
demand for men comes from mining
companies both here and in other dis
tricts. The oxtonsioii of mine work
has called for jiinn n-n, while new
companies beginning work have "also
taken jwiny of the available mon from
the market. Few mining conijtanies laid
off any mon during the winter, realiz
ing that they would bo hard to get when
needed. The men wore nil kept on the
uay roll and given odd tasks to keep
them busy until the snow would leave
the ground and make it possible to care
for the largo amount of Mirfnce work
to bo done during the warm months.
As is quite generally known miners,
particularly those unmarried, arc af
dieted with migratory habits. A con
liderable number employed in this dis
trict have gone to points west, taking
positions in the Butte, Bisbec and
Globe camps. This has tended to de
crease the supply here for the niimbor
who have come from European points
havo not equaled the departures, at least
as far as experienced men arc con
cerned. Wages to Be Higher
There is but little doubt thut n slight
increase will have to be made in the
wages paid for unskilled labor. The
mining companies of course will con
tinue their established rate, but for
other concerns needing large numbers
f men it will likely be neeesaary to
make an increase in the scale- paid last
Ordinary labor was paid last year
at the rate of about $2 to $2.25 per day.
This year it will probably be neces
sjiry to pay about $2,50 in order to
tempt the better class of laborers. It
would not bo so hard to get men here
was it not for the scarcity of labor
in almost every other community iu the
middle 'west. No signs of relief are nji
parent as yet and it looks as though
many changes in plans will follow a
a result of tho tight labor market.
Jack Bailey & Son havo purchased
tho blaekimith nhop next door tt the
Solomon-Wii'kcrsham store. They arc
thoroughly equipped to do any kind of
wont aim iuuko a speciuny oi norsc-
snoeing ami repairing. Live us a call.
Choice beef, pasture fed and tho
finest to be had anywhere. Globo Moat
;: mean, oru
DEALERS IN LISTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES.
Thirty-mlnuto quotations and private wiro connections with Boston and
New York markets.
Tho Duluth and Ishperaing curb markets a specialty.
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins.
TRY MY WIRE SERVICE.
Open an account with us
UUUU5 and ACCURATE SERVICE
WE WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN PLACING YOUR NAME
ON OUR BOOKS. YOU SHOULD BE GLAD TO HAVE IT THERE
FOR MANY REASONS.
1. YOU CAN BE ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN OF GETTING QUAL
2. OUR SERVICE IS PROMPT, PAINSTAKING, ACCURATE AND
3. OUR SOLICITORS ARE THE VERY BEST TO BE HAD.
i. YOU PAY NO MORE FOR YOUR GOODS THAN ELSEWHERE
WITH A MONTHLY CONTRACT YOU GET OASH'PRICES. WHY7
BECAUSE THIRTY DAYS IS CASH WITH US AND A GREAT CON
VENIENCE TO MANY.
JPST TRY US FOR 30 DAYS
NOW IS THE TIME TO BEGIN. .EVERYTHING SOLD ON A
STRICT GUARANTEE. MONEY BACK IF WE DON'T PLEASE YOU
GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO.
PHONE 221 S
Having sold tho business and good
.will of the Control Mnrkot, thin is to
notify those of my customers who ne
indebted to mo to settle with 1 P
lark, my autlioiicd agent. Also pci
sons having claims against me will jijo
sunt thorn to Mr. Clark, who icn be
' found nt the Central imtrhot during lus
HUMS hums tor the next thirty 1kjh.
! . MAX C. BONNE.
I -Gini,... A,!.. Anril 22. 1907. 170
Globe. AH.. April 17. 1007
H'" Whc-n It May Concern:
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uuce is nuruiJj' givi'ii nmi . . o
Clark is not nor noVor has been author
ized to act as my agent and that 1 will
not lie responsible for any debts in
juried by him, F. L TOOMBS.
Tho Acmo Bar and Cafo
This place, under tho management of
Mr. Fred Tomtiio, is now one of the
most popular lotortb In. Qlobe. Every
thing handled is strictly first class in
every rnsptc and the service is as mot
ropolitau as if is possible to havo it.
i-all nt this cafo will convinco you that
what wo say of it is true. tf
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Mjssos Seroghnm and Wright, dross
makers, next door Baptist pawoungs,
Sewing machines for rent nt J. P
McNoil's Furniture storo, opposite the
Minors' union hall, Globo, Ariz. 1-lOtf
Fine fresh Kansas pork.
Now York, April lfi, 1007.
I f.id herewith contracts for Mrs.
ifiske's cngagomont on Friday, May 31,
according to tho terms agreed njion.
Mrs. Fisko will present "The New
i'ork Idon" with flic same cast and
production which she has presented in
New York and other cities of the conn
try during tho pre.ont season.
Kindly sign and return contracts and
HARRISON GREY FISKE.
John L. Aloxandor. Esq.,
Manager Dreamland, Globe, Ariz.
Graft iu Toothpick3
The time-worn question of "What
becomes Of the pins?" has now gncn
way to "Wlmt 1m?co;iios of the tooth
pick f" "it'u a question that I've
never been able to answer," snid a ret
tan ran I keeper, "although I ask it
every year when my toothpick bill
comes, in. I buy tliem cheap in huge
quantities, bat 'my toothpick bill is no
tfiHiiiortnnt itoju in my expenses. T hey
vanish from tho tables and counters as
if by magic, for they do not go off one
or two at n time, but by tli handful.
Why under the canopy a customer
should help himself to a handful of
toothpicks at the Coimliwion of his meal
I cannot understand. It ftcem as it
he must feed them to the dog or use
them for firewood, for the next day he
is sure to show up for another handful.
Time and time again I have seen a ens
tomor dnnip the entire contents of the
tyothpiek holder into his pocket, and.
although I was indignant, I could not
protis4 over so small a thing as tooth
picks. If you searched the pockets of
nine men nit of ton you'd find from
ten to :t do.en toothpicks tucked away
in them. I-eau see why a man helps
himself to a bunrh of matches when he
buys a cigar, but tho toothpick graft
is beyond mo." New York Press.
CHoIo, Ariz., April !), 15)07,
Notice is hereby given that .1. (
-Br;u ? m igcr i tho employ of. or
in any wny connected with the under-
'signed, and "aid company will not be
responsible for any debts or obligations
' rontrnriod bv him.
113 MITCHELL MININO (JO.
today, and get QUALITY I
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
Capital and Surplus, $100,000
U. D. RlCKBTTS?' D. W. WlCKERSHAM
J ''A. lT. Thomson H. S.
C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy
I. E. Solomon
All classes ot accounts Invited
J. WATT IIOGUE
A FEW SNAPS
$325 buys pair lots close in.
$000, part titno, buys nlco little home.
$850, part timo, buys a bargain in a home.
$1,850, part timo, buys a fine eight-room boose on Noftsgcr bill.
$750, part time, buys thrcc-rooro-hoiiso on Ballground.
Wo sell you a lot and build you a homo on instalments. Your rent will
buy you ft home. A home in a growing town like Globo is a very nice
REMEMBER THE MAINE
Part of our wishes Is to sell you a bargain in a homo.
'Nuffsaid. Phone 1111
HOME INVESTMENT CO.
' Los Angeles, California
IIEADQUAKTERS TOE ARIZONANS
Arlzonacsfrpciidli tt tho summer on thn beicbe-s aro welcome to tho use of our
Indies tmrlurx trt 'Hitmen's vailing rooms bureau of ttifornntlo' .and ull hotel cm
vctilcncett M-et your friend there Lidieii&ad Uld.en wvlcime. All depot cars
slop at 1 lie HollenOucW hlectrto exclusion and. oeach f y ss the door
Central Location Kxncllent Accommodations
t Reasonable Pr eus splendid Ucfctaurant
A. C. B1LICKE JNO. S. MITCHELL
Office of the Arizona Hassayampa Club of Los Angeles.
Our Mid-spring Lawn Sale has been
a grand success and as we have a few
bolts left we will still offer them for
5, 7 1-2 and 10 cts. per yd. But they
won't last much longer.
We have a new line of Felt Hats, the
latest 'shapes. We ask the young men
who want to look stylish, to come in
and look them over. The price is right
SULTAN BROS., Merchants
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