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Sunday, August 11, 1907
DAIL ARIZONA SILVER BELT
In Every Depart
ment of Banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
In prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
Wl ' v
COPPER METAL MARKET
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, August 10. Tho motnl market gonornlly was quiet
with prices more or less nominal in tho absence of cables.
Tin weak at 38.35.
Copper was nominal with Lako nt 19.00 to 20.00; Electrolytic,
1S.75 to 19.00; Casting, IS.00 to 18.50.
Lead dull at 5.15 to 5.25.
Speltor, 5.75 to 5.80.
Iron remained quiet and unchanged.
399 Broad Street WATCH US GROW
This Is the Place
Don't forget to placo your poultry or
ders with us. Turkoys, Ducks, Chick
ens, fancy Broilers and Spring Chick
ens always on hand.
Try one of our fancy
Juicy Rib Roasts at
1 5c per b.
Oenuiuo Sheep and Lamb always to
bo had at tho Central Market. For a
squaro deal and treatment call at
The Central Meat
JAMES Pins. Manager
Many a real complexion travels under
Tho favorite part of many an actress
is a divorce.
Worst swindler of all is tho man who
One way to avoid tho fire is to keop
out of the frying pan.
Every village has its oldest inhabi'.-
but ho is never a woman.
Unfortunately for the surveyor, ho is
jitrt monarch of all ho surveys.
Tiaiorrow is the stone ovor which
suany a business man lias stumbled.
ji one of Qlobo's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class In
Ms line- CaU and bo convinced.
To tho Public of Globo
Indeed, this is u very interesting
pleco of iiowh for tho public.
I, J. L. Frcdlihp, tho Globo tnilor,
havo spent $20,5 this wcok and bought
out tho Eaglu Tailoring company in
order to got a first-class tnilor and cut
tor, as my frionds havo requestod mo
to have all my garments made in Globo.
I havo 4,100 selections of fall styles
to select from.
All my frionds and customers plcnso
call and sco me. I hnvo nil tho latest
styles and can save you 25 to 50 por
cent on nil suits.
Always ton suits made up in tho shop
as samples to show you tho good work
manship and quality.
Call today and sco me about that
Romembor my steam cleaning depart
ment. I make old clothes look like
now. J. L. PREDLIIIP,
Tho Globo Tnilor, opposito the Bridge.
We frame pictures. Kaquin &' Co.
Did You Know It?
TChnllflv Lumber company has
ceived a full lino of tho famous
MOUND CITY HORSESHOE house
nnd barn paintA Prices all right;
conio nnd. sec. 235 tf
Don't Mis3 the Carnival
The carnival at Nice will bo shown
at tho Iris tonight for .the last time.
Your Last Chance
Ono of tho best programs yet shown
horo, nt the Iris tonight. Chnngo of bill
Revived Woman With Eloctric Pan
Passongors on n crowded subway
train bound uptown at the height of tho
rush last night obsorved that a tired
mothor, holding a babe, was in n faint
ing condition as tho train drow up to
tho Forty-secnnd strot station. An el
derly man of distinguished nppcaranco
edged toward her through the packed
car nnd said gently:
".Bear up a fow moments; I will
Ho opened a sntchol and drew forth
a tin olectric fan. Ho unscrewed an
incandescent light bulb nnd inserted a
plug depending from a wire attached to
tho fan. Tho fan was whizzing an in
stant later and its refreshing breeze
was directed upon the mother nnd her
babo. Tho man kept tho fan going nil
tjio way to 125th strcot.
"J am a physician and I carry this
fan whenever I rido on tho subway in
sum,ncr," ho said. "I havo had occa
sion lo use it several times and find it
more efficacious than smelling salts. I
am go'u.g to suggest to the subway offi
cials tlmt they equip their cars with
electric 1'nns. They will solvo tho ven
tilation problem." New York World.
Thirty Boilermakers in Southern Pacific
Shops Quit Work in Sympathy with
Los Angoles Strikers Helpers Bo
main at Work in Shops.
New machine, new pictures nnd new
songs at tho new house Tho Aloxnnder.
Don't miss the big sale at Sultan's.
lira VjrVf viVi f JH ,Tf"" "
All tho boilermakors and helpers cm
ployed at tho Southern Pacific shops
in this city wont on a striko yesterday,
says tho Tucson Star.
More than thirty boilermakors laid
down their tools nnd tho clang of tho
rivotors' hnmmors is temporarily si-
lonccd, nccording to tho men who are
Extending from tho enst end of tho
Tucson division at Rio Grando, on the
Now .Moxico sulo of tho rivor, just
across tho lino from Texas, to Port
land on ono branch of the line and
Ogdon, Utah, on tho other branch, the
striko of tho boilormnkors threatens to
assume serious proportions or the rail
road company if it is continued for any
longth of time.
Tho difficulty, originating from ay
apparently trivial matter, has now ap
parently assumed largo proportions, as
tho constant uso of tho boilermnkcrs is
vory essential to evory division.
Tho only boilorshops on tho Tucson
division nro located at Tucson, although
there are two boilermakors stationed at
Yuma with their holpers. It was
learned that these men wore nlso called
out in tho sympathetic strike.
In n talk with soveral boilermakors
hero yesterday it was (learned that
relations between tho mombcrs of tho
union nnd the Southern Pacific officials
hnvo always boon amicable.
Tho present difficulty is not duo to
any trouble on tho Tucbon division, but
is caused by tho order (falling a sym
pathetic striko with Los Angoles.
It was impossible to learn just tho
causo of tho troublo in Los Angoles.
All that is known here is that a fore
man discharged a momber of the union
and two helpers in the Los Angeles
shops. The locnl thoro took exception
to this action and filed n protest. From
what can be learned tho protest was
not allowed and tho discharged men
were not returned to work.
Tho result was that tho Los Angoles
local was called out and a sympathetic
strike was declared on tho Southern
Pacific division extending from El Paso
to Portland and ;ilso to Ogdcn.
Master Mechanic O'Lcnry, when call
ed up by tolephonc yesterday, confirmed
tho strike in the local shops. Ho added,
howovcr, that tho helpers had not gone
out on a striko and stated that they
would bo at work today as usual.
None of tho men who nro on strike
would venturo any opinion as to tho
duration of tho strike. Thoy were non
committal beyond stating that all the
boilermakcrs had gono out and that tho
strike had been called on all divisions
of tho system in sympathy with tho Los
tho session, they ate $20.35 worth of
food for luncheon. No less than $209.75
for mnnicuro sets for tho members of
tho senate indicates that tho fair mani
curists in this town are losing consider
able trade. Six sewing sets, nt a total
cost of $20.50, are on the list.
Glpve nnd handkerchief sets figuro
prominently in the report, as also do
opera bags, hand bags, engagement
pnds and such like.
It is easy to guess that all of these
articles aro utilized by the senators nnd
thoir families, but it is puzzling to un
derstand who makes away with hun
dreds of bushels and pounds of oats,
ilaxsced meal, bran meal, rock salt,
etc., and they certainly do not eat axle
grcaso, soapj rosin, tar, spool cotton,
cheese cloth, pumice stone, Georgia pine,
screen hinges, brass tacks, wiro head
nails, monkey wrenches and paste fil
lers, nor is it reasonable to suppose
that theso solons drink mustang lini
ment, petroleum, turpentine, nrnicn, ma
hogany varnish and a lot of other stuff
which is bought in wholesale lots. Theso
probably were bought for tho horses on
tho sennto mall delivery wagons nnd
tho vehicles themselves. Washington
dispatch to the New York Herald.
Satisfaction 'our motto. We have
tho best equipped paint store in the
city. Van Wngonen, noxt door to the
poBtoffice. Give us a call.
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
Room 16, Globe Building
Don't you think that iron roof of
youre needs a little paint f Seo Whnl
ley Lumber company. 255tf
Billio Feland is still writing insur
ance. Seo him at tho Gila County Ab
stract office. tf
UNITED STATES COINS
Somo Facts In Relation Thereto that
Aro of General Interest
R. S. SCOTT
IF YOU WANT TO GET YOUE
WAGONS PAINTED, STRIPED
AND LETTERED IN FIRST
CLASS STYLE, CALL AND SEE
Rear Gila Valley Bank
Edmund T. Satchell
Assayer and Chemist
141 BROAD STREET P. O. Box 867
Is well equipped with tailors and is
in position to handle any volumo of
patronage. No delay in delivery of
Wo carry and full and comploto line
of worsteds, choviots blue serges and
tho latest shades of mixed grays.
Our cleaning and pressing department
is complete. Clothes called for and de
livered. J71 N. BROAD ST. OPP. ST. ELMO
NICHOLSON, the Tailor
SAN CA RL0S INDIANS
General h 'rices of Admission j
All parties indebted to tho Into E.
J. Edwards will plcaso settlo with A.
R. Edwards, administrator of tho estate,
at Globe, Ariz. tf
Is ono of Globo's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
his lino. Call and bo convinced.
A Now Singer
At tho Iris Monday night.
SUPPLIES FOR THE SENATE
Remarkable List Compiled by tho Sec
retary in His Annual Report
iuunc or navmi
mg my entire stock of Jew,
ibi reduction for the nex
the time, if vou are in nnvl
or Chann, Necklace, Bracelc
-ttns, Silverware or Rings.
Remember this reduction is
feo come early and get bargains,
anteed and engraved free of Char
v to move sooa, I am ofter
lry and Optical Goods at
t 30 days only. Now
of a good Watch, Chain
s or .Broocnes, oticic
O. R. FEIST, the
"anrams in Wnfno
Xiod for 30 days only.
'&'s News Stand
At Rj i .pggpppooooocjooo
Senators aro a thirsty lot. Tho report
of Charles O. Bennett, secretary of tho
United States senate, shows that during
tho last fiscal year, that august body
consumed 8(i0 cases of mineral water,
costing $4,504.70. Then there was $2,
023.87 for carbonized mineral water and
$818.97 for lemons and sugar for the
fnmous senate lemonade, making a total
of $0,819.54 for drinkables, nnd not a
drop of anything "hard," as far as the
official list shows. Sinco there aro nine
ty senntors, the per capita consumption
is abqut $70. It should bo remembered
also that whilo'thprp aro somo senators
who drink a great dcaj of minora wa-
flrs, MjPFP nrP also 8omP wn0 llrink
vry JittJp, and thorp is much curiosity
hore us to wll-7 drank tlip most last
But why in tho name of all that is
unparliamentary did any senator need
a "skirt trunk" costing $20.70! Tho
official list of expenditures makes no
explanation of this interesting item.
Another peculiar item is that of "cos
metiquc, W cents," nnd it is thought
tlmt this may have boon incurred about
tho same timo as tho skjrt trunk. Two
brandinc irons, costing $3.50, nro on
the list and it is supposed thoy woro
suppUeJ to Senntor Tillman.
An echo of the good old days whon
the oflnators received free transporta
tion from the- railroads and wero fhus
enabled to iwkfit M s conts a mil
nllowcd by the government is contained
in tho itom, "Pass cases, 9.30." phcro
tc, 88 worth of foathcr dustors on
tm fat, but it is promised that this
will not 0:cur again, as jt is realized
i,nf mora efltoftivo weapons arp ro
quirod'in strifo witii tllO president. For
sponges tho sennio iuiwj .u. wv
OHtldV of $S1U.2I.
- . 1 if l.1.1 IiaAiIk
For the large numoer oi nam uuuuo
in tho senate ft rcmar)isibo quantity of
preparations for the hair wns used.
Hero ro somo of the entries: Bay rum,
$30.25j witch hazel, $14f hair tonic,
$32.57; brillinntino, $1.20,
A silver inkstnnd for the vice presi
dent ' room, costing $200, has been
noticed boforo In the public prints.
Then, on the Inst day of tho last ses
sion, when tho president and his cabinet
wont to tho capitol to holp close up
Many thousands of dollars in stand
ard silver "cart wheels," halves, and
quarters aro being shipped to southern
bankers now. They are to bo used in
paying negroes working in tho cotton
fields. Tho southern negro is suspicious
of fresh, unfolded treasury notes, and
prefers his wnges in silver, tho cheer
ful jingle of which cau be heard in his
pocket. Tho government pays tho ex
press charges on shipments of silver
from tho treasury. When it accumu
lates in tho banks, which it will in
due timo, tho bankers must pay the
cpst of shipping tlio bulky wealth to a
subtreasury for exchange.
There seems to bo no end to the ways
and means employed by ingenious mer
chants nnd promoters in tho effort to
use United States coin as an advertising
medium. The authorities aro constantly
putting a stop to various devices plan
ned with tho idea of getting free ad
vertising at tho expenso of the treas
ury. A new way of using tho government
coins to exploit a commercial scheme
has just been brought to tho attention
of Treasurer Treat. In a remittance
from a southern bank wero found a
number of silver dollars on one side of
which was pasted tho printed card or
label of a business firm. As the paper
on which tho notices nrc printed is cut
a little smaller than tho coin and stuck
on with ndhesivo glue, the removal of
the paper is mado with great difficulty.
Tho inventor of tho schemo evidently
counts on doing an extensive business
as at tho bottom of tho carM is printed
"Copyrighted." This scheme, if per
mitted, would mako nil such pieces sim
ply tokens for advertising purposes,
Tho department will not rccelvo money
so defaced, but will return it at the
sendor's expenso for cleaning; other
wise tho coin would havo to bo special
ly treated by tho department for the
removal of tho papor boforo it could bo
About once in so often it becomes
necessary for tho sccrctnry of tho treas
ury to issue a general circular of warn
ing for tho benefit of coin collectors
who hnvo notions that tho government
is in the market for rare coins and will
pay fancy prices for old nnd scarce
specimens. Lately a report has been
circulated in tho press that certain
issues of continental currency aro as
raro as black pearls and about as valuable.
This innocent paragraph has brought
a flood of letters to the department,
from holders of this currency, who arc
willing to sell out at pearl prices. Tho
department is sending to such hopeful
applicants copies of tho following cir
cular: "The various issuos of continental
currency nro npypr rpdcemnblp by tho
United States government, as reorgan
ized under tho constitution. By tho act
of August 4, 1790, it was reccivablo at
tho treasury in subscriptions to a laa.n
at tho rato of $100 in continental money
for $1 in specie. By thp act of March
3, 1797, it wns dcclarpd that said monoy
would bo receivable as abovo until Do
comber 22, 1797,"nnd no longer.
"It will bo seen nt onco from tho
abovo that such currency has no monoy
value, oven if tho notes be genuine."
"Tho government never pays any
premium on currency, no matter how old
and valuablo it may bo to collectors,"
said Treasurer Treat. "Tho treasury
will pay tho face valuo of any United
States obligation, nd mattor what thp
date of issue may bo. Bui wo make nq
distinction between the various issuos
of coin and currency of tho United.
Stntes, nother receiyipg mqr paying a
premium in any ensp.
"Npnp of tie coins of the United
States havo beep 'called In,' AH state
ments to tho contrary aro erroneous,
and thoir origin nnd purport unknown1.
Application for list of premium coins
should be addrossed to somo of tho coin
dealers fa bp fqupd Jn nil lorge cities,
Notes issued by t squalled Gqnfpder.
ato Statps qf America, and by the vnrl.
ous statp Imnks. are not redoemablo by
tho United States. "Washington letter
in the Brooklyn EnglP,
The above market main
tains its well known rep
utation for excellence.
Of first class quality and
at prices to suit all.
Courtesy and atten
tion to customers is our
JOE RYAN, - Manager
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 specialy of serving 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,
HACK and PUBLIC CARRIAGE
Reasonable Batc3. All Calls Promptly
Assayer and Chemist
H. E. BIERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
We Carry the Very
Best Line of
Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Veal, Hams and Bacon
FRESH IN TODAY
ORDER EARLY They won't last
long Telephone 31 1
W. L. Dwyer, Manager
Standard Transfer Co.
TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE
All Kinds of Heavy Hauling Done
PEARY H. HUGHES
GLOBE, A. T.
For carpets and linoleums laying,
general house cleaning.
Call up Phono C91.
Clean-Up of Ladies'
This immense assortment of waists we offer
at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Clean-up of White Linen and. Duck Skirts.
Here is a saving that is worth while.
Clean-up of Ladies', Vests (are in white only)
Low neck, short' sleeves, very elastic,
extra long in body. 25c value,
Clean-up Price, 16 c; 3 for 50c
Old Dominion Commercial Co.
LOUIS WALLIMAN, Proprietor
Finest Pasteurized Milk 2
and Cream delivered to Q
any part of the city. o
GLOBE, - ARIZONA
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SUEGEONS
Office Booms, 5-7-9 Trust Building
Office Phone Main 1841
Besidence, Dominion Hotel
Globe's "PURE FOOD" Store
Now that there is no further argument about summer really being
hero, it is woll to look to your health in regard to what you want to
eat In regular lines we aro particular that everything is up to our
high standard and conforms to tho Pure Food Laws. If you have
not been a customer of ours previously, give us a portion of your pat
ronago and bo convinced.
Ferndell Goods Can't Be Beat
For salo at the PUSS FOOD STORE
SCOBLE, SOBEY & CO.
Hotel Dominion Phone 1341
Office: ROOMS 1-3 TRUST BUILDING
GEORGE K. FRENCH
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Rooms 7 and 8. P. O. Bldjr. Phone 1211
U. S. DEPUTY
Booms 26 and 26 Globe Building
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THE GLOBE NATIONAL. BANK
The first year of business was a very satisfactory one. We are more
than pleased with the support given us by our friends, and the public
is invited to extend us their help with the assurance that we can
grant them every courtesy consistent with good banking.
OUR TOTAL RESOURCES ARE, $450,000.00
New machine, new pictures nnd now
songs at the new house Tho Aloxandor.
Eing up 372 for a painter. Van Wag
onon will call on you and give you a
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