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Thursday, November 14, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
In Every Depart
ment of Banking
T NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
I3 prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
l K T TH1 - Ht
Makes Part of Morenci's Display at
JASEN FROM A KEOENT DISCOV
ERV IN THE EASTERN PART
OF THE TERRITORY
COUNCILMAN OLEAVELAND IS IN
CHARGE OF THIS EXHIBIT
AND HEADS COMPANY
1 Geld Strike that Has Caused Groat
Excitement in Clifton and Morenci
jad Which Promises to Develop into
1 Bonanza Proposition.
pHui- MX, November 13. With six
pill Oi.xes of tho richest gold spec-
ai'af ftnvno in Dltnnnii IT
JZC-S l-l . VIIU IU JL UUVU1., Jl.
J DveT secretary-treasurer of tin;
vc 'is Arizona Gold and Coppor
'p irrived in tho city this morn
pjf Mate on exhibition at tho fair
t ore run as high as $o0,000 to tho
j F i eveland, of tho last territorial
-::-( s president of tho company,
m c j?ues tor nil tlio claims tliat
tr c;ut ov mu company.
Ti- siaplcs Degonor brings are so-
zt'.y locked in small boxes, coverod
r'i glass In each of tho boxes aro
) cr cjro samples, and each of them
tLvs tho gold in abundance. Tho
Gila Valley, Globe & Northern R. R. Co.
Tickets on sale each Saturday ' and
Sunday good returning the following
Sportsmen's Outing Excursions
Investigate our Special
Now on sale. Good on all Randolph Lines in Arizona:
G. V. G. & N. R' R. Arizona & Colorado
Maricopa & Phoenix Phoenix & Eastern
1000 Mile Tickets ... 3 1-2c per mile
2000 Mile Tickets . . . . 3c per mile
lOENIX-Territorial Fair-AND RETURN
Dates of sale Nov. 9 to 1 7 final
Our depot ticket office is open all day. Better
avoid the morning rush by purchasing tickets and
checking baggage a day ahead.
""hi mil nmrn 1 r , . nl n n mmnm wmta t tmm ntmm imnwiiMUiiiwjiumm. C.S
L. H. LANDIS, General Agent, GLOBE
I sampler nlano nrc worth sovornl hun
Tlio rich atriko was mailo on tlio coin
jmny's property near Morenci last Oc
tober, ami has attracted wido atten
tion, the surrounding country for sever
al miles being staked out in claims as
soon as the discovery by tho Now York
Arizona company became known.
Speaking this morning of what the
company has, Secretary Degonnr said:
"The proporty of tho company is lo
cated two miles west of Morenci, whoro
tlio letroit company has extensive
works in operation for tho reduction of
copper ores, and at which place the
metal has been produced with profit
lor ovor twenty years.
'Tho claims aro n shofrt distance
from railroad facilities, Tho Moronci
Southern railroad having its terminus
in tho town of Morenci, henco there
aro no long distances to bo traveled
in marketing tho products of tho com
pany's mines; a matter of crcat im-
portanee, as costs of transportation
often con9l' tho bulk of profit
1 1 mi. . t- . .
rho minoral formation covering tho
claims of tho company is identical with
that of Copper Mountain, ono mile away,
upon which tho best producing mines
of tho Arizona and Detroit Coppor com
panies aro located and from which the
two companies havo drawn thoir chief
supplies of oro for tho last twenty years
"The proporty owned by tho com
pany consists of twenty-fivo mining
claims, covering 500 acres of minoral
land, located in tho heart of a region
famous for its wealth of gold, silver and
"Adjoining tho property of this com
pany aro tho claims of tho Detroit Cop
per company, owned by tho Phelps
Dodgo interests of New York city, and
also the claims of tho Arizona Coppor
company, a Scotch corporation, one of
tho largest producers in tho torritory,
the original stock of which had a par
value of $5 per share and was quoted
lately at $2SS per share. It was once
sold as low as 75 cents per share. Among
MOT SPRINGS ROUT&
the Territorial Fair
tho claims of tho company nre nine,
which aro now being developed and
give promise of pnying largo dividends
in the near future. It is fully expected
that thoy will yiold enough of the
precious motal to pay a largo pnrt ol
the development work on tho other six
At tho Iris
Last night was ohango night at tin
Iris and ono of tho best programs yd
shown nt this houso was presented.
llio Two Ponies do a very pretty
ict. Thoy nuiko thrco changes of cos
tumo and thoir singing and dancing
.vns heartily applauded. Their act is
a decided novelty nnd tho colored light
effects help to niako it ono of tho best
acts of its kind ovor shown hero.
Swor & Westbrook do another now
comedy sketch. Mr. Swor plays tho
part of a tramp this timo and kcops tho
houso in a roar during tho entire length
of tho net. This clever team is like
old wine, thoy improve all tho time.
En eh succeeding net is better than the
one bofore. Thoir engagement horc
closes Sunday nikht. Thoyhavo become
very populnr with tho patrons of tho
Iris who will no doubt rogret thnt thoir
cngngoment closes to soon.
The moving pictures aro very good,
especially tho beautiful colored picture
entitled "An Indian's Idol."
Mr. Cnmmings sings his illustrated
song in his usual, artistic manner. His
singing and piano playing aro always
a featuro of tho program. Tho Mime
bill continues for tho remainder of tho
Wo frame pictures. Naquin & Co.
Havo You Scon It?
The best show yot at tho Iris. Two
swcl lacts, now moving pictures and now
limit Nov. 1 9
WAS A JOHNNY
ON IHE SPOT
M'CURDY REARED BACK ON HIS
DIGNITY AND FOUND THE SUB
TAINING PROPERTIES OF OZONE
"P'll pay tho bill and you can get
your own divorco "
And Walter .T. N. McCurdy, cowboy
lawyer, erstwhile gladiator and hero of
many a fistic encounter
Hit tho iloor
With tlio proverbial dull sickening
thud that characterized a similar en
counter a short time ngo.
Who struck McCurdy f
Oh, forget itl Not Spot with ono
Did ho put him out?
Well, your guess is yes.
Tho frnens btartcd in tho restaurant
in tho rear of tho saloon and it finished
for McCurdy in tho questionable ozone
of a Broad street gutter.
McCurdy badly battered?
Just suffered a relapse of a complaint
of a fow weeks ngo. A poultice of
frc3h beef may disrupt tho dark clouds
hovering around his optic and a little
football lotion will take tho soreness
from tho numerous body bruises inflicted
by Roberts' over active pedal extrem
ities. What was it nboutf
Some time ago Roberts employed the
attorney to secure him a divo"rcc. He
received $33 for the work, out of which
all expenses woro to bo paid. A bill for
$10 bobbed up recently and the lawyer
sent the holder to Spot for tho money.
Spot balked and sent the collector to
the attorney, who again refuged pay
ment. The collector found tho parties
together in Roberts' restaurant yester
torday and wisely decided that it v. as
an ideal time to got in his work.
Roberts refused payment in the prcs
onco of his attorney. McCurdy reared
back on his dignity nnd asserted that
ho wpuld pay tlio bill and that Roberts
could get his own divorce.
Spot landed three swings, taking aim
at the optic, in less than that many
seconds, and he didn't miss a shot.
You spoko about McCurdy rearing
back on his dignity
That was all there was botween him
and the floor, nnd of course there was no
interruption in tho fall. Tho dignity
was missing after tho first blow was
lnndcd, and an cvor efficacious Silver
Belt Want ad wouldn't lead to its re
JILTED WOMAN DROWNED
Bolicvcd to Havo Jumped Overboard
from Incoming Steamer
REDBANK, N. J., November 13.
Tho body of a woman washed ashore
near tho United States proving grounds,
at Fort Hancock, November 1, was bur
ied today in Mount Olivet cemetery,
near this place, without having been
identified. A sensational featuro ac
companying tho finding of tho body was
a Iqttcr in tho woman's pockotbook.
Tho letter, written in Italian, contained
the statement by tho writer that sho
was coining to America to find a sweet
heart who had jilted her, and, failing
to find him, sho would kill herself.
On the envelope containing tho letter
was an address, part of which had been'
worn away by tho action of tho water.
Tho only part of tho address decipher
able was "Mr. Abram Pop , , 4
Washington street, Indianapolis, Ind."
The pocketbook contained also seven
It is bolioved that the woman jumped
from an incoming steamer.
URGE CURRENCY LEGISLATION
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., November
13. Tho trustees of tho chamber of
commerco today instructed Secretary
Buerko to sond a communication to gov
ernment officials at Washington urging
currency legislation to bo tho first sub
ject considered at Jtho coming session
of congress. ,
Remember that wo have tho largest
and best selected stock of men's cloth
ing and furnishings in Globe. Lantin's.
Masquerado costumes for rent at Miss
Achcnbach's milliucry store.
Meals served Southern stylo.
We cator to tho family trado;
ladies and children especially
Lady Orchestra in Attendance
BASEMENT OF TRUST
CHAS. E. CUNNINGHAM & CO.
ELOPES WITH A
GIRL OF ONLY II
AGED DEBAUCHER LEAVES WIFE
OF C5 GIKL WAS A STEPDAUOH
TER OF THE OLD MAN LEFT AN
LEAD, S. D., November 13. Richard
Sellman, 71 years old, living a fow miles
northwest, of here, last night- eloped
from his homo with his own stepdaugh
ter, Miss Emma Patterson, 18 years old.
Tho old man's wifo and tho girl's
mother did not know of tho elopement
until sho arose this morning, when she
discovered that her husband and daugh
ter woro missing, and, instituting a
search, found a note written by him tell
ing lier tho truth. Sho is a woman of
05 and is prostrated with grief over the
Sellman was married to his present
wife only two years ago. IIo appeared
to bo warmly attached to both mothor
and her pretty young daughter. No
one suspected, however, that lie was
making lovo to the girl, or sho was in
fatuated with him until it came to light
that they had eloped.
DEATH HAUNTS THIS HOTEL
Now Proprietor of Suicide Club's Resort
Dies in Street
BRIDGEPORT, Conn., November 13.
Oscar Schrocder, proprietor of tho
Union hotel, dropped dead of heart
fnilure when walking from his hotel
to his homo today.
Schrocder came here from New York
fourteen months ago and bought the
hotel famous as tho home of the ''Thir
teen Suicide Club." More than a dozen
years ago thirteen men met in a room
in tho Union hotel and swore to kill
themselves, ono each year, the victim
to be chosop by Jot. They kept the
pact, it is said. .
Georgo Wagner, who ran the hotel
for many years, killed himself in New
York. William S. Schrocder, town clerk
of Bridgeport, took his life at tho Union
less than two years ago. After Mr.
Schroedcr took the hotel there woro so
many deaths by gas asphyxiation in its I
rooms that ho abandoned tho use of gas,
and patrons had to light themselves to
bed with candles.
BIGAMIST HANGS HIMSELF
First Wifo Refuses to Aid Him and Ho i
Commits Suicido in Jail '
WASHINGTON, Pa., November 13.
The lifeless body of Harry G. Washa
baugh, bigamist, was found hanging in I
his coll at tho county jail at daybreak.
Ho had hanged himself from a hook
with his handkerchief.
Washabaugh, who was a brakeman,
having a wife and two children here,
married Miss Ida Briggs of Houston, a
fow days ago, saying ho was single, j
When thoy returned from their wedding
jaurnoy tho real Mrs. Washabaugh had
tho groom arrested.
Yesterday ho sent for her to como to
tho jail. Sho wont, but refused to do
anything to aid him. Washabaugh then
threatened to kill himself if sho did not
help him to get out of jail, but the wife
wont away laughing. In tho night the
bigamist mado good his threat.
SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE
Ladies', children's and Infants'
ready-to-wear clothes. Millinery, fancy
gOQd3, etc. .People's Cash Store, Dolph
Baatz, Prop., G8G N. Broad street,
Have You Seen It?
The best show yet at tlio Iris,. Two
swol lacts, new moving pictures nnd new
Latest, safest and most improved
model, guarantped for economy and re
liability; simplest scientific engino built.
MINING AND IRRIGATION
Sold and installed on absolute guar
Box 211 GLOBE, ARIZ.
I EVERYTHING IN
OLD IN 0
1 , '
The largest stock of overcoats in
Globo. Stein-Bloch and Alfred Benja
min's at Lantin's.
Tho Merchants' Cafo is now located
opposito tho pcstofilco and meals and
short orders will bo served.
Try our dinner today.
Satisfaction our motto. We have
tho best equipped paint store in the
city. Van Wngcnen, next door to the
postoffice. Give us a call.
Entire chango of program tonight at
Three big acts. '
Ono illustrated song.
Sam Kco's for underwear and shoes.
Tho Ponies at tho Iris
Tho Two Ponies do ono of the pret
tiest acts over seen in Globe. See them
at tho Iris tonight.
393 NORTH BROAD ST.
Comic Shooting Act
Slapstick Comedy Sketch
For a good fit go to
J. W. WALTER
Rear of Ingram's, opposito the First
Suits Made to Order
for $25.00 and Up
A fit guaranteed or your money re
funded. Hats and clothes cleaned as good as
399 Broad Street WATCH US GROW
Good to Eat
Don't forget to placo your poultry or
ders with us. Turkeys, Ducks, Chick
ens, fancy Broilers and Spring Chick
ens always on hand.
Limburger, Swiss and Cream
Oysters in Bulk and Can
Genuine Sheep and Lamb always to
bo had at tlio Central Market. For a
square deal and treatment call at
The Central Meat
JOE RYAN, - Manager
W. BROOKNER CO.
THE BIG STORE
403 to 423
All Prices and Sizes
I have a larger stock
of Furniture and House
Furnishing Goods than
all other dealers in
Globe. . Get my prices
and you will find they
All goods guaranteed
as represented. If they
are not I will refund
J. P. M cNeil
Opposito Miners' Union Hall
Standard Transfer Co.
TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE
All Kinds of Heavy Hauling Done
Get a Good Meal at
Re sta urant
Directly Opposite Postoffice
Substantial Home Cooking
Globe Plumbing i
and Heating Co.
P. L. BUTZ, H. W. TITUS,
0pp. Kinney House, Mesquite sL
MIAMI FLAT, ARIZ.
Solicits your patronage and guarantees
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc.
Give this popular place a call
DR. L. ALBERT COMBS
Veterinary Surgeon, Dentist and Grad
uate Royal College of Edinburg,
I treat all curable diseases of domes
tic animals. Offices, Barclay, Higdon
& Co. Residence, the white houso on
South East street. Call and examino
my diplomas at stable. Examination
freo at office.'
SULTAN & WAYNE
141 North Broad Street
P. O. Box 867
GEORGE K. FRENCH
Assayer and Chemist
H. E. BIERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
N. Broad Street
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