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DAILr ARIZONA SILVER BELT
I In Every Depart
Iment of Banking
FIRST NATIONAL B
OF GLOBE
Is prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
manner
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Dcn't fail to soo "Tho Lifo of Mo
ines." sliowinc imssairo of tho Jll sen,
Mount Sinai and tho receiving of Tali-
let of Ten Commandments, at tho Alex-
amler tonight.
4 nor cent lor annum iwiil on fl
months Term )eKsit at Tho Glolio
Bank & Savings Co. Opon an account
today. Get ono of our bavings Hanks.
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THE
AL MARKET
710 N. Broad St. Tel. 1711
Headquarters for tho
Gatfi Meat Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Will Meet All Prices
Tho Gatti Meat Co. aro tho only
"bum" butclicra in town and thoy soil
nothing but butters. Como arouud and
sco for yourself.
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NICHOLSON. 1
RE
BUTCHERS
IIAS RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT OF WOOLENS
FOR HIS FALL AND WINTER SEASON.
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO INSPECT HIS LARGE
STOCK, JUST FROM M. FISHER SON CO., NEW
j; YORK CITY, ONE OF THE LARGEST WOOLEN
HOUSES IN AMERICA.
AH Our Clothes Are Made In Our Store
471 N. Broad St.
THE BEST
Is the time to
oS!
They are higher than they
were five years ago but from now
on you will see the big advance.
We will give you exactly what
you paid us for any diamond
at the expiration of two years.
We have an immense stock
and prices that cannot be beat.
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EVERYTHING IN
Telephone 62
HE1NZE MAY HI
HELVETIA MINE
Belloved in Tucson that Ileinzo Inter
ests Havo Socurcd Control of Largest
Mino in Pima County Known that
Representatives Aro in Vicinity.
That tho Ileinzo interests havo so
cured control of tho property of tho
llelvotia Coppor company was tho re
port which reached this eity yesterday
and tho authority for tho statement is
very reliable, says tho Star.
It has been known for sovoral days
that representatives of tho lloinzo in
terests ilinvo been inspecting tho prop
erty and consequently tho news that
controlling interest in tho property hail
been scoured by tho big Montana mag
nate did not como as an absoluto sur
prise to thoso who wero on the inside.
Tho Helvetia is ono of tho best known
in tho entiro county. More than a mil
lion dollars has beon exponded in its
development and oxccllcnt showings
havo been mado. There havo boon Hu
morous shipments of ores which totaled
far into the thousands, but tho owners
of tho property continued most of their
efforts to development work.
"From what can, bo learned tho chiof
owners of tho proporty aro Mr. Payno
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THE BIG STORE
MERCHANDISE
403 to 423
of tho big Arm of Tnyno, Webber &
Co., and Mr. I'illsbury, tho millionaire
flour nmnufnctnror of Minneapolis.
These men, togothor with other capital
ists of lessor noto, havo put up the
money for tho tlovolopmont of tho prop
orty. At tho camp there is a narrow-gaugo
railroad, several miles in length, ami
a smoltor of two hundred tons capacity.
This smelter has been in operation for
some time, but was closed down owing
to tho fact that there was a shortage of
fuel.
A few days ago a big striko was mado
in a tunnel botweon the Copper World
and tho lalo Uoyalo shafts. These are
tho two main workings on tho property.
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DECIDES LOWELL
Arizona Astronomer Now in London Is
Certain that Planet Has Population
of Intolligont People Rocout Discov
eries Support His Contention.
Professor Lowoll, who is in chargo of
tho observatory at Flagstaff, and who is
now making a tour of Kurope, has mado
tho positive declaration that there is
lifo in Mnrs.
In answer to a question from tho edi
tor of Nature, a suioutiiic paper pub
lished in London, England, for an au
thoritative statement of tho observa
tions of Mars mado during tho 1007 op
position, Professor Lowoll replied, ac
cording to a London dispatch, that there
havo been "two or tliroo most impor
tant results obtained."
Ho declares that the piano t is at pres
ent tho abode of intelligent constructive
life.
Professor Lowoll says:
"Tho next point has been tho ob
served tlovolopmont of tho canal system
in tho antnrtie and south temperate
zones. Aftor tho melting of tho south
polar cap had got well under way enn
als began to make their appearance
about it, running thonco down tho disk.
Then tho canals left its edge and joined
the rest of tho systems in tho lower lat
itudes. "Thoso on tho south, suah as Am
brosia and Ilathys, wero darker and
more pronounced than those running
north, Tithonius, for instance, which
showed evidence- of being in its dead
or skeleton condition, while tho former
wero in tho full tido of development.
"Meanw'hilo, tho equatorial canals
were steadily fading out. Tho process
of evolution was in kcoping with the
method of tlovolopmont found hero for
tho northern canals in 1003. In fact,
it is of tho uaturo of prophecy ful
filled and not only suports previous
observations, but proves tho theory de
duced from them to havo beon correct.
It is a direct sequitur from this that
tho planet is at present the abode of
intelligent and constructive- life."
GREAT RESULTS
OF IRRIGATION
(Continued from Pago Ono)
the national government must havo .i
profound and far-reaching influence) up
on tlio genoral subject of irrigation
throughout tho country. It will tend
powerfully to tho extension of irriga
tion into tho portions of tho country
which have hitherto relied largely upon
rainfall in tho cultivation and growing
of crops. There is no moro important
subject for tho consideration of farm
ers in many of tho humid and semi-humid
regions than that of so-called sup
plemental irrigation. Wo must prepare
moro and moro for tho increased do
mand upon our food suply which comes
with tho multiplying millions of our
population. Therefore, tho development
of tho subject of irrigation is of, inter
est, not only to tho 'farmors of theso
great western regions, but to the farm
ers and consumers everywhere.
Wo do a substantial and permanent
sorvico to our country by enlarging tho
area unto which men and women may
como from tho congested ccntors and
find occupation for thoir energies and
homes fqr thoir heads. Lot a man own
a piece of ground which ho may culti
vat6; put him into partnership with na
ture and it will intensify his lovo of
country and make him a moro stable,
conservative and patriotic citizen. , In
crease tho homo builders and tho homo
owners of tho republic and you augment
its real, abiding strength.
Tho development of tho reclamation
sorvico in this western country means
tho incrcaso of migration hithor of many
desirable citizens. It means that in
good timo many immigrants who othor
wiso would settlo upon" tho Atlantic
seaboard will como hero and avail thorn
solves of tho opportunities which nro to
be found in this vast region whoro na
ture's bounties afford an ample- and
inviting fiold. It is in our economic
and our national interest that moro of
them should como into tho Pncific stales
and aid you in tho great work of build
ing up your agriculturo and your trado
nnd in creating hero a splendid, pro
gressive civilization.
Ono of tho most promising things in
tho extension of irrigation is tho dovcl-
SS&SBS
PROMPT SERVICE
N. Broad Street
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opmont of tho boot sugar industry. This
is a subject of no mcro local importance.
Wo aro Bonding abroad moro than ono
hundred millions of dollars a year foro
sugar. '1 Ins enormous sum goes to the
onriclimont of sugar pioducers in for
oign countries. Tins is an unwise pol
icy and should not be continued for
ovor. This tremendous annual drain
should bo stopped. By pursuing a ra
tional course, we can produco from our
own boil and refine in our own factories
all of tho sugar needed for our use.
It -is readily to bo seen that tho cultiva
tion of sugar boots in tho arid and
somi-arid regions will lo a sourro of
unfailing and expanding wealth in the
future. To fail to utllizo to tho utmost
our opportunities to dovolop this great
industry and rotain within our own bor
dors all or nearly all of tho enormous
sum' of one hundred million dollars an
nually, now sent abroad, would soom to
bo tho part of inexpressible folly.
Closely relatod to tho subject of irri
gation is tho work of forestry preser
vation. Tho two subjects go hand in
hand. Wo havo pursued n somewhat
rcekle&s policy with regard to the for
ests of tho United States. Tn somo sec
tions of tho country, iirfnct, in almost
ovory section, wo havo denuded our lands
of timber in what now scorns to have
beon almost a wanton fashion. Wo
havo thought only of today, having no
propor regard 'for tho 'future. The lo
mnnd of the country for timbor needed
to build our railways, construct our
cities and homos has been tremendous.
Wo havo cut away our forests mid paid
no nttontion to tlio necessity of Inking
stops fot thoir ultimate restoration. We
now boo what some of tho older coun
tries in thoir experience have necn, that
it is necessary to adhoro to a ratipnal,
Bciiontifio forestry system, not only in
tlmjintercst of our future forest, but
in tlio intorost of tho important sub
jects of inigation and navigation. Jt
is but a truism that if the forest) are
swept away, tho rainfall quickly flows
into tho streams and is washed into the
sea, whereas if tho trees are properly
preserved upon the watersheds, tho rain
fall and. molting snows aro stored in na
ture's rosorvoirs and are gradually foil
into tho streams for tho bonofit of both
agriculturo and navigation.
Wo havo not fully begun to appreci
ate the full value of our streams and
rivers. Wo havo not fairly begun to ap
propriate them to tho bonofit of our
agriculturo, industry and commerce.
Tho waters which como down from the
sides of thoso mountains may bo con
verted into oloctrical power and carried
hundreds of miles with but littlo loss to
tho initial onorgy and appropriated to
lighting nnd heating cities, operating
mines and driving the wheels of indus
try. Wo have thousands of miles of
rivers which may bo made navig.ible
with littlo exponso to the government
compared with tho benefits flowing from
their uso in carrying coinmorcc. There
nro thousands of miles of rivors which
are navigablo in a degree, but which
should be deopened and improved so as
to meet our growing needs. It is im
possible to givo too much omphnsis to
the importance- of this subject. Our
rivora aro tho natural highways of com
inorco and tho growing donsity of our
population and tho incroaso of our pro
duction make it essential that there
should bo additional facilities n insure
cheap and ready transportation. Tito
capacity of tho railways of tho country
is already taxed to tho utmost and tho
rapid development of traffic makes it
necessary that wo should lnrgoly aug
ment tho means of carrying it in tho
future. Moreover thoro is no better
equalizer of rates than wator competi
tion. Water transportation is a por
potu.il and certain guarantee against
monopoly on tho part of common car
riers. Wo are earnestly enrrying forward
tho construction of tho Panama canal,
confessedly a work of groat importance
not on)y to our commoreo but to the
commorco of tho world. Important as
this matter is, it is not moro important
than tho improvement of navigation
upon many of our rivers. Tho improve
ment of navigation upon thorn may well
go hand in hand with work upon tho
great canal. Tho ono is in a very con
siderable degree tho complement of the
othor. This is a largo subject and must
bo considered in a largo way.
Upon such an occasion as this I would
not venture to obtrude politics; nothing
could 1)0 more inappropriate. Tho fact
is that wo have a surfeit of politics.
What wo need is moro business and loss
politics. Unless tho business affairs of
tho peoplo nro arrested-by umriso poli
cies, unless tho seeds of distrust aro
sown among ourselves, unless our com
mercial unrest is encouraged by doctrin
aires, wo shall continuo to expand our
industries and tho great west will con
tinuo to grow and .fulfill her mighty
destiny. Can wo stand prosperity? ' Wo
aro in tlio midst of a prosperity tho
liko of which was never before seen.
Can wo utilizo it to our bonofit? Can
wo retain it or will wo distrust each
othor and involvo all in hopeless confu
sion? Thoro never was an hour when
it was moro important that wo should
bo governed by sober judgmont. Wo
should sedulously cultivnto a tolerant
spirit and a spirit of justice towards
ench other. Wo should not forget that
confidence is the sure foundation of
prosperity and progress, and wo should
have a caro that wo do not undermino
it. Our rapidly multiplying industries
and increasing population give riso to
new questions which tax tho wisdom
nnd patriotism of our people. In recont
years wo havo out of tho ovils which
inhered in our commorco botweon the
states, under the sharp and certain con
demnation of tho written law. We havo
sought to extirpate them in tho interest
of fair play. Wo have proceeded ad
visedly, not blindly, to destroy tho bad
and preserve tho good Wo are bringing
to tho solution of thoso nnd other prob
lems an enlightened judgment and ex
alted purpose. Wo aro solving them
and will continuo to solvo them ac
cording to the principles of justice and
in the interest of wholcsojno trado and
commerce. Tho American peoplo do not
go far astray because there is a national
conscience which never sleeps and their
conclusions aro reached by its-unfailing
light.
HL G.
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U. S. M I
N E R A L
Room 16, Globe Building
R. S. SCOTT
IF YOU WANT TO OET YOUE
WAGONS PAINTED, STRIPED
AND LETTERED IN FIRST
CLASS STYLE, CALL AND SEE
S. Scott
Rear Gila Valley Bank
fesaeBCetM4jBIffiey4is8BBOsarai&a5sanans
Edmund T. Satchell
Assayer and Chemist
l-il BROAD STREET P. 6. Box 867
S90 Broad Street WATCH US GROW
Tclcphono 101
This Is the Race
Bou't forget to placo your poultry or
ders with us. Tarkoys, Duck3, Chick
ens, fancy Broilers and Spring Chick
ens always on hand.
Try one of our fancy
Juicy Rib Roasts at
1 5g per Ik
Gcnuino SUccp and Lamb always to
bo had at the Central Market. For a
squaro deal and treatment call at
The Central Meat
Market
JAMES PITTS, Manager
CLEANUP .SALE ON INGRAIN
ACTS
Have too many and must make room for
Fall Goods which Mr. Geo. Hunt is
now in the East buying
White Waists and Skirts
This has been a remarkable sale, but we
still have some left
Just Received
200 doz. Burson Full Fashion Hose. Excel
lent value-at 25c
Old Dominion
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q inspection of our stock and a study of our prices. It's all a question
J3 of being in or out of pocket.
YOUR'E IN
If you buy your goods from
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THE GLOBE NATIONAL BANK
The first year oE 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.
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BROKERS
Dealers in listed and unlisted securities
Quotations from New York, Boston and Duluth by quick wire service
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins
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The
BUSINESS MAN'S
LUNCH
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.
JVo make a specialy of serving a
"BUSINESS MAN'S LUNCH,"
well cooked, always" ready to
servo and centrally located as we
are, insure celerity and satisfac
tion. Try us today
Del Monte
Restaurant
A. F. BANICEVICH,
.....'. . . Proprietor
R. Mathews
HACK and PUBLIC CARRIAGE
TELEPHONE 180
Reasonable Rates. All Calls Promptly
Attended to
'Assayer and Chemist
H. E. BIERCE
Globe, Arizona
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
Standard Transfer Co.
TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE
All Kinds of Heavy Hauling Done
TELEPHONE 851
PEARY H. HUGHES
PHONE 691 GLOBE, A. T.
For carpot3 and linoleums laying,
general houso cleaning.
Call up Phono 691.
Abo
Commercial Co.
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CAPITAL $50,000.00:
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OUR TOTAL RESOURCES ARE $450,000.00
KINSEY, Incorporated
Dnminion Hotel
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If il is Good Meat we
sell it, and if we sell it,
it is Good Meat.
We receive daily fresh I
KANSAS CITY .
PORK LOINS
Poultry, Fresh Eggs,Ham
and Bacon always on
hand.
Telephone 311
1 GLOBE MEAT
MARKET
W. L. Dwyer, Manager
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS
DR3, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SU11GEONS
Ofilco Booms, G-7-9 Trust Building
Office Phono Main 1841
Residence, Dominion Hotel
DOCTOR McPHEETERS
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Hotel Dominion Phone 1341
Office: ROOMS 1-3 TRUST BUILDING
TELIU'llONU H01
GEORGE K. FRENCH
ATTORNEY, COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
GLOBE, ARIZONA
Koom3 7 and 8. P. O. Bldjr. Phone, 1241
LAMAR COBB
U. S. DEPUTY
MINERAL SURVEYOR
Rooms 26 and 2G2 Globo Building
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