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mmm&x ', . " w v W ww--. ' ' DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT JrtT t Thursday, flay 9, 1907 Page Six IMPRESSED BY GLOBE DISTRICT COPPER METAL MARKET Gila Valley-Bank & Tifust Co. Capitol and Surplus, $100,000 DIRECTORS U D. RlCKETTS D. W. WlCKJSRSHAH T, A. PASCOE A. T. Thomson H. S. VanGorder C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy Ph. Freudenthal I. E. Solomon By Associated Press. NEW YORK, May 8. Coppor was a shade lowor in tho English market,, with spot closing atlOQ 15s and futures at 101 15s. Lo cally tho market was quiet and somo denlors wero claiming that it showed n slightly easier tono. Lako was quoted at 25.00 to 25.50; Electrolytic, 24.37 Vj to 24.75; Casting, 23.00 to 23.50 Lead was unchanged at 0.00 to 0.05 in tho local market and 19 12s Gd in London. Speltor was 2s Cd lower at 25 17s Cd in London, but remained dull at 0.50 to G.G0 locally. Iron was still higher in tho English market, with standard foun dry quoted at GOs Gd. Locally tho market was firm. Bar silver, 04. Mexican dollars, 50. Haydon, Stono Correspondent Writes of Visit to (Hobo Minos in Glowing Terms PraiBos Old Dominion, Globe Con. and Superior & Boston. All classes at Mcctunts Invited rerclgn exchange at lowest rates WEHX8Bffi!!&WNNBtBf, Let the Old Fire Bell Ring Our property is insured with one of those good old com panies represented and written by Phillip son & Hagen, Agents. Can you say this for yoar property nolghbor? If not, haven't you had object lessons enough of lato? Better insuro your homo boforo it is too lato. Why Not Own Your Own Home Wo loan monoy on oasy terms at low rates of inter est. Wo represent tho bostrloan association in tho Southwest. Real Estate Wo havo on our list many of tho best-real estato bar gains to bo had in Jtho city. If you aro olthor buy ing or selling you will savo monoy by callingon us. Whether wo sell.or buy, wo GUARANTEE A SQUARE DEAL. PHILLIPSON & HAGEN INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE and LOANS Phone 411 Offices, Post Office Bldg. Globe, Ariz. GLOBE SIGHTS AND SILVER BELTLETS Ourrjnt News of Busy Globo Told In Brevities Judgo P. C. Little returned last even ing from a trip to tho Gila valley on legal business. Hugh McKcvitt of San Francisco, who came here to attend tho funeral of his sister, tho lato Mrs. Fegan, will return to tho coast Sunday. Fred W. Hoar loaves this morning for Tombstono after spending- a week with his wife, who is a guest at tho homo of her mother, Mrs. Trevilliau. Frank J. Duffy, n prominent attor ney of Nogalcs and formerly district at torney of Santa Cruz County, arrived in tho city last evening on legal busi ness. S. II. Thatchor and family have gono to Oakland, Cal., to spend tho summer. Mr. Thatcher was mixologist at Mc Donough's popular place and has many friends here. II. W. Chittenden, son of tho presi dent and general manager of tho Saddle Mountain Mining company, arrived in the city last evening from Christmas to spend a few days. A. I?. Warren, deputy sheriff of Christmas, has been in tho city for tho last few days to appear before, tho grand jury in connection with felony cases from that section. Rev J. B. Bell has deposited with the Globe Bank & Savings company $S0 to be applied on tho purchase of a lot near the reservoir, which is to cOst $3G0, for tho colored church. James A. Towlo and family leave Sunday morning for Los Angeles, where they expect to make their future home, Mr. Towle having recently disposed of his local real estate interests. Thomas Bunch of Safford, a former member of tho territorial legislature, is a business visitor in tho city, but his business principally boosting tho fer tile Gila valley. He states that tho hay crop in tho valley is tho largest ever harvested. Beginning next Sunday, May 12,Ltbo services at tho Mctho'dist church Avill be hold at tho following hours: Sunday Sunday school, 10 a. m.; preaching, 11 a. m.; Epworth League, 7:15 p. in.; Preaching, 8 p. m. Wednesday Prayer meeting, 8 p. m. Friday Men's Biblo class, 8 p. m. Notico Tho subscription bboks of tho' Citi zens' Loan & Trust Company will be opon until further notice. Subscrip tions to the capital stock of said com pany will bo rocolvod at tho oftico of tho secretary, F. Q. Hanna, at Hanna's drug store. F. G. KANNA, 182 Secrotary Buttermilk in any quantity at Opera Houso Confcctionory. 195 it J)ancing class opens Thursday night, sco handbills. 180 Froo Examination Dr. D. McSwegan of tho Physicians Chemical company is now visiting in Globe. Ho has diplomas from this coun try and Europo and tho medal of the International Medical Congress, ne will givo freo oxamination at tho Kin noy houso from now until Friday, May 10. Ho also examines tho blood by the microscope. 182 m i "Methodist Sunday School Picnic Tho annual picnic of tho Methodist Sunday school will take place on Sat urday, May 11, at tho big trees just beyond tho water works. The members of tho Sunday school and .their parents will meet at tho church at 9 o'clock and go in a body to tho picnic grounds. Conveyances will bo furnished for the younger children and others who arc unable to walk. Caplinger in the Toils . J. E. Caplinger, .formerly justico of tho peaco at Winkolman and who was recently in the probato court on the charge of being insane, was arrested for disturbing the peaco and is now in tho county jail. t- mm Handsomo Offices The now furniture for tho II. II, Bru company and tho Gibson Copper com pany v was installed yesterday in the south room of tho Trust building, and tho Gibson company moved into its new quarters. Tho room is divided into compartments which will bo rented to other mining companies. Tho fixtures and furnituro are as handsome as any ever installed in Globe. Jti r r-7 ' : Frost Kills Fruit A letter to the Silver Bolt from S. B. Henderson of Myrtle, Ariz., in the northern part of this county, states that tho fruit has been killed up thoro by tho heavy frosts. Mr. Henderson is In the foresf service. Far seeing investors and shrewd financiers have long conceded that GLOBE is now and will continue to be the greatest Copper Producing District in the Southwest. It is now quite in its infancy, but its future Manured and cannot be overestimated Below wo quoto you prices on a few of tho many prop erties wo have for sale: Five-room modern house complete ly furnished on Nob hill, $4,000. Four-room modern houso complete ly furnished on Pascoo hill, $2,800. Two now houses, flno lots, East 'Globo, $2,250. and $3,000. Choice pair of lots old Ballground, $700. Choico corner East Globo, $150.. 'Choice insido lots, East Globe, closo in, $275 to $400. Ono lot Pascoo hill, 4li2x90, $150. Choico Incomo property on Broad street, 815,000, $35,000 and $65,- oop. A once in a life-time oppportunity. Ruy today, your money will have great earn ing power. A correspondent of Haydon, Stono & Co. who visited horo recently wrltos to tho firm, tho lottor being printel in tho weokly market lotter of tho Boston company. Locnl conditions aro well de scribed, but tho writer orra in1 stating that largo amounts of sulphides aro still buing sent in horo from out of the district. Tho lottor follows: "Tho Suporior & Boston impressed mo as boing easily tho most promising pros pect in tho camp. Thoy lmvo three dis tinct workings, oach of which is in ore; tho torst is a tunnol, which has cut the Black Oxido vein ut a depth of nbout 500 feot; tho oro is low value m coppor but contains a great deal of iron, in dicating good coppor values boneath. Tho second working is iu tho shaft of tho Limestone vein, 110 feot in depth, which, I understand, is nlso in promis ing vain mattor. Tho third is a shaft on tho Black Hawk vein, 185 feot in depth. I wont down this and walked along tho crosscut to the point whore it had intercepted tho vein, which looks extremely well. Inasmuch as this proporty .covers -1,500 feet of tho strike of the vein and as the oro seems to be making from tho Black Hawk of tho Arizona Commercial in this direction, tho possibilities horo aro tremondous. "At tho Globo Consolidated thoy havo two shafts, of which only ono is in ore, and that is not of commercial grade. Tho crosscut from tho 500-foot lovel on tho Gem shnft, however, should within a month's time intcrcopt two veins which aro strongly defined on the surface Whether values are found horo or -not, tho shaft will bo continued to a dopth of 1,100 foot. Tho onorgy of tho management is very apparent and thoy nre ovidontly making rapid pro gress in their exploratory work. "'I should say that tho Old Dominion fully merited nil tho praises it has re ceived. I did not go underground hero, but had a talk with Mr. Hcgardt, who explained tho situation to mo fully. Thoy have, without any question, a whalo' of an oro body on tho 14th lovel. As against the maximum width of 14 icot on tho 12th level, tho vein, as you know, nt ,No. 2 crosscut, is jiow 80 feot wide and will average 10 per cent throughout its cntiro width. At No. 3 crosscut theyo aro thirty feot in the samo class of ore and at this point have apparently encountered a 'horse,' which thoy expect soon to pass through. Tho only difficulty at this vein is hat the coppor values outrun tho sulphur, making it still necessary to import largo amounts of sulphide ore for fluxing. Tho next step will bo to sink a winze at the No. 3 crosscut to tho IGth level and como back along tho vein to tho No. 1 crosscut. If tho ore body continues to widen, as seems prob able from its shallow pitch, its total width at this dopth would bo simply tremendous; this, however, would be tho work of moro than a year. "The smelter scorns to mo to be a marvel of efficiency, everything possi ble boing accomplished by mechanical means. A fifth furnace is on tho way and a sixth has been ordered, nnit they are contemplating ordering a reverber ator'. Instead of the smelter being ahead of tho mines, ns was tho case a few months ago, it is now litorally glut ted with ore. Mr. Hcgardt showed mo hundreds of thousands of tons of slag which could be smelted at a good profit, besides many thousand tons of custom ore nnd of their own ore, which they had not yet had an opportunity to treat. Mr. Hcgardt confirms the prediction that thoy should bo independent in the matter of sulphide ores within a year's time. Viewed from this end of the. line, there docs not seem to be n single 'out' about the proposition. "Tnken as a whole, I was amazed at the tremondous extent and correspond ingly largo possibilities of tho Globe camp. They havo here an area oighty miles long, with strongly defined veins, most of which .aro well mineralized." TWO HOMES DESTROYED l EARLY THIS MORNING At 4 o'clock this morning firo des troyed two homes mack on Noftsger hill. The department did. not respond owing to tho fact that there wero no hydrants on the hill. Owing to tho latoncss' rof the' libur it could' not bo learned who 'owned the houses or who resided in them. Tho Globo Bank & Savings company, incorporated, pays 4 per cont on term deposits and always ready to make loans on securities of all kinds. . 180 i i Storage room phono 001. Fresh caramels and candies at tho Tabard Inn Confectionery. Wo manu facture our own candies and cream. sme E The best ico cream in town at tho Opera Houso Confectionery. 195 II IN GEM SHAFT Believed--that Ore Is at Last Found in Globe Consolidated ' Main Workings A vein was encountered yesterday in the north crosscut of tho Gem shaft of tho Globe Consolidated, a little over 300 feet from tho shaft, and it is be llovcd to bo the Josh Billings vein, which has been looked for since tho crosscut passed the 200 mark. Tho round of holes blasted yesterday morn ing broko through a well defined foot wall and into about three feet of heav ily mineralized vein mattor, composed principally of specular hematite irdn. The faco of tho crosscut was squared with picks, as it is very soft, leaving about fivo feet of iron. It is not be lieved that tho iron carries more than n trace of doppcr, but with tho next round of holes it is thought that low grade copper oro will be reached. The footwall has a dip of about GO degrees to tho north. Another round of holes was started last evening and will be blasted early this morning. A report from the mine last night stated that at least six feet of the oro was shown, including tho result of tho first shot. General Manager McCarthy was high ly elated over the strike and immedi ately notified the main office of the company nt Dulitth. The result on tho stock markot wns quickly apparent, ns the shares jof ho company advanced several points and closing a good three points over tiiq opening. Storage room phono G01. OLEO, THE FAMOUS MIND READ ER; HERE TOR A SHORT TIME. OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE. 168 Lovoly houso plants at the bazaar. m Storago room phone G01. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of J. Emmit, Deceased. Notico is hereby given by tho under signed administrator of tho estate of J. Emmit Bryant, deceased, to tho cred itors of ancV'nll persons having claims against tho said deceased, to exhibit them, with tho necessary vouchers, within four months after tho first publi cation of th!noticc to the said admin istrator at tho ofllcd of the probate court, Globe, Arizona, tho samo being the placo for tho transaction of tho business of said estato, in said County of Gila. CHARLES W. SLACK, Administrator of Estato of Said Do censed. Dated May 8th day of May, 1907. 0 Ring up 372 for a paintor. Van Wag enen will call on you ahd givo you a first-class job. i Tho Tabard Inn Confectionery is pro pared to fill wholcsalo orders on short notice. Attend tho swap social to be given by Ladies of Pocahontas at Miners Union hall Friday evening, May 10. Lots of fun assured. Everyono bring a pack atro containing any old thing to swap with someone else. Admission 10 cents. Storago room phono G01. Notice The South Globo Dairy is for sale. Tho dairy is stocked with forty fine inilch cows nnd has every equipment necessary to tho maintenance of a dairy business. Terms reasonable. Apply to tf M. FEGAN. Don't miss tho big masquerade ball in North Globo Wednesday night. Cos tumes to rent afternoons at Maurel's hall. 179 Notico of Removal Wo have removed to North Globe, whero wo would bo pleased to see our friends and thoso who havo so kindly and generously patronized us in tho past and whoso patronage wo hopo to retain in tho future. C. W. TILLMAN & SON, 179 North of Banker's Garden. E. T. GREEN Carpenter and NiMer ESTIMATES FURNISHED P. O. Box 976 Res. Pioneer Dairy SATISFACTION GUARANTEED RICHARD E. GOODWIN Box 407 GLOB, ARIZONA L 01T1MATE 8ECIIRT SEBVXCB In U ltl branches. Investigations. Collections and serving of Warrants. Prompt attention to colli, ana nil business handled In strictest con- nacnec. nrst-ciass wont tuaranieeu. Office with Judge Rawlings The Lightning Baggage and Messenger Service Cochran and Johnson, Props. OFFICE CORNER BROAD AND MES QUITE STREETS Tclephono 2211 Drayago of all descriptions. Prompt and efficient service guaranteed at reasonable rates. Boys on hand at all times for messenger and parcel delivery. Baggago stored five days freo of charge Wagons meet all trains. GIVE US A TRIAL KELLY REALTY CO. Rooms 19-21-23, Globe Office Building GLOBE, ARIZONA Wo aro also agents for seventeen of the best flro insur ance companies in thev United States and tho Provident Mutual Building Loan Association of Los Angeles, CaL Resolutions of Respect At a meeting of Globo Council of Knights of Columbus tho following res olutions wero adopted; Whereas, Tho hand of death has in vaded tho families of two of our brother members; and Whereas, Michaol Fegan has lost a true and devoted wifo; and Whereas, Thomas Fpgqn has lost a fond and nffectionato mother; and Whereas, Globo Council has lost an earnest and helpful friend; bo it Resolved, That tho mombors of Globo Council herewith tender to our brothers, Michaol and, Thomas Fegan, and their family our 'sincoro sympathy and con dolence in this heir hour of trial and anguish, and pray with thorn that their dearly beloved wifo and mother is now receiving the reward of a life well spent, and that God has writton tho name of Mrs. Julia Fegan amongst thoso of his elect. .Resolved, That n copy of these resolu tions bo sent to tho bereaved family and another, copy bo spread on the minutes of this meeting. J. ir. WELCH, Grand Knight. REV. J. O. BARBETTE, Chapl'n. R. J. DEVINE, Recorder. Bell Ropo Signals for Sale Wo havo tho now form of signals printed on .cloth for sale at this office. Try tho Tabard Inn Confectionery for delicious shorbots. Van Wagonen makes a specialty of tinting. Satisfaction our motto. Ico cream sodas, fruit and nut sun daes at tho Tabard Inn Confcctionory. i t Nothing but jmcroum used, in mak ing our ico cream. Try a quart at tho Opera Houso Confectionery. 195 ii4'4-frirll'i'l''llll4 H'4-frt The H. H. Bru Company, Inc. BROKERS DEALERS IN LISTED AND UNLISTED SEDULITIES. t Thirty-minute quotations and private wiro connections with Boston and New Yorjc markets. Tho Duluth and Ishpemlng curb markets a specialty. Listed stocks carried on substantial margins. TRY MY WIRE SERVICE. Trust Building Globe, Arizona Tekpfceie 1901 4"M"H"H 1"H l til i'MH 1 1 1 1 Mil II 1 1 II I'M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1' Sultan Bros. Is a Very Busy Placc-and Why Simply because we are giving such bargains that bring m the people EVERY DAY IN THE EEK. Here are a few for this week: Men's Shirts, $1,25 values for - $ .70 Men's Underwear, $1.00 values .50 ' Ladies' Shoes, $2.50 values for - 1.50 Men's Shoes, $2.50 values for - 1.50 Linen Collars - - 5c Lawn, per yard, - 5c, 7 l-2c, 10c Ladies' Bonnets - .' - 25c Fjhe Lace, per yard - 5c, 7 l-2c, 10c BARGAINS FOR ALL SULTAN BROS., Merchants m J. WATT HOQTJE President JAMES W. HOQTJE Vice President and Cashier THE PAY STEAK In the Hanging Wall of Prosperity HAS BEEN STRUCK IN AND' AROUND GLOBE, THE ONLY GLOBE ON THE MAP, and when these villages of Phoenix, Mereaci, Clifton, Bisbee, Douglas and El Paso have finished the Job of moving over to our city, the copper hub of the west, it is our intention to advertise moro extensively our many bargains in lots and homes. Our bargains aro bargains which will staad inspection before the critical eye of the speculator and the homseeeker. Buying cr selling Globe Beal Estate, see the other fellow, then give the HOME INVB8TMENT COMPANY a caU, and LET THE BEST BARGAINS WIN. HOUSES FOR RENT; LOTS AND HOMES TOR SALE. HOME INVESTMENT CO. JAMES HOGUE, Manager and Ad Mac. Phone 1111 HOGUE, Utility Man HOLLENBECK HOTEL Los Angeles, California HEADQUARTERS TOR ARIZONANS Arlznnans spending the summer on the beaches are welcome to tho use of our ladles' parlors, gentlemen's waiting rooms bureau of information, and all hotel con renlencas. Met your friends there. Ladles and children welcome. All depot cars stop at The Uollenbeck. Electric excursion nnd beach cars pass the door. Central Location. Kxcrllcnt Accommodations. Reasonable Prices. bplendld Uestaurjtnt. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A. C. BILICKE JNO. S. MITCHELL Ofice of the Arizona Hassayampa Olub of Los Angeles. DREAMLAND finest RINK in the West Largest and SMttot Flwr BERGERON'S FAMOUS BAND MUSIC EVESY EVENING z, Q .aMammaMaMaMaMaMm AaawT aaaaw PI r D Skating Every Afternoon and Evening Except Saturday . ALL NICE PEOPLE INVITED Gentlemen 25c Ladies Free .xxoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocxxooooo A FAIR OFFER Open an account with us today, and f ct QUALITY GOODS and. ACCURATE SERVICE WE WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASUBE IN PLACING TOUR NAME ON OUR BOOKS. YOU SHOULD BE GLAD 70 HAVE IT THERE FOR MANY REASONS. 1. YOU CAN BE ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN OF GETTING QUAL ITY GOODS. 2. OUR SERVICE IS PROMPT, PAINSTAKING, ACCURATE AND GOOD. 3. OUR SOLICITORS ARX THE VERY BEST TO BE XAD. 4. YOU PAY NO MORE FOR YOUR GOODS THAN ELSEWHERE WITH A MONTHLY CONTRACT YOU GET CASK PRIORS. WHY? BECAUSE THIRTY DAYS IS1 CASH WITH US AND A GREAT CON VENIENCE TO MANY. JUST TRY US FOR 30 DAYS NO W IS THE TIME TO BBGIN. BVERYTMING MLD ON A STRICT GUARANTEE. MONEY BACK IF' W HOV'TttMAMX YOU GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO. PHONE 221 READ THIS y pr Ji Governor Tildes says that John Hansen told him that he beard Neb Wagner say that Anna E. Dickinson told him tt D. S. Decker heard that there was not doubt that John McLaren said that S. T. Benedict thought Fred Seward had told Jim Johnscn that' Cwkney had declared to John Fulton that it was generally believed 'that Harry Hullsaid that in bis opinion it was a matter of fact of great public Interest tkat Mill Williams has the finest stock of Groceries and Dry Goods ever sold in Globe. PHONE 121. If You Will Try 1 KK ffc. i--cEiiisa ' v NORTH GLOBS Shredded Wheat "iriALLttlTHsT. You Will Eajt No Othtr Ceral Food AT YM1 WCER THE SOLOMON-WICKEMHAM CO., Distributers mSaWkaaWammOmsammia fP$r ) r 1 .pi &f" :-. ?,-fA 5 M ys$.. tf cMfea &-rVib&4 J aawyt3MK1iswj- a Kii . v .. , IL K-. 4t .Mk m4A:Jmmm i3kM&t a . Mmmoms-: Mlmm THpaiKWu? 5f' I lililIIBWMII!n IHSimilWIlHi i I' ' MWUM.