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DAILY ARIZONA. SILVER BELT
Tuesday, March 3, ) J
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IB: H H THE 'ONLY STOCK OF KODAKS AND
jffi H M SUPPLIES IN THE CITY DEVEL-
WE H M OPING AND PRINTING AS ' IT
BPv H SHOULD BE DONE, AND AT EAST.
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HANNA'S DRUG STORE
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SHORT STORIES OF THE CITY
Doath of Young Minor Stafford Luke
aged 21, a miner employed at tlio Old
Dominion mine, died Sunday night at
the company hospital after a brief ill
ness of pueumonio. He was a native of
England and has but one relativo in
this country, a brother, who resides in
Butte, Mont. Tho funeral will not bo
held until tho arrival of tho brother
who left Butte yesterday.
Good Hani for -City Judge Thomas,
city recorder, yesterday turned over to
City Treasurer Elliott", ,$412.2o, which
represents tho fines collected in Judge
Thomas' court during tho month of Feb
ruary. If business keeps up at this
rate tho local police force will soon
Dog Poisoners Abroad A ahlf doz
en vnluablo canines have abccn killed
during the last week by sonic miscreant
wjjio threw poiaon to them. One of tho
victims was tho trained pet of Bob
Goodwin and Mr. Goodwin will give
$25 for any information which would
lead to the apprehension of tho poison
er. There i3 no criminal quite so low
as a poisoner of dogs.
.Victim of.Whlto Plague Mrs. Eflie
Corbett, wife of Bert Corbett, a miner
employed at the Big Johnny inino of
the Old Dominion company, died Sun
day afternoon at her homo near tho
mine, after a long strugglo against the
ravages of tuberculosis. She was only
22 years old and camo hero from her
native state, Arkansas, about six
months ago. Tho funeral will bo hold
this afternoon at 2 o'clock, services to
bo conducted at the chapel of tho Jones
Back at His Post Cashier A. T.
Hammons of the Old Dominion Com
mcicial company, was back at his post
yesterday after a ten days' layoff, the
first part of which Tvas spent in taking
the Shrine at Phoenix and the latter
part in recovering form the effects,
which were heightened by an attack
of the grip.
Abased His Wife .James Dorsoy, who
is in the habit .of becoming polluted
and abusing his wife, was haled into
Judge Thomas' court yesterday aril
given fifteen days in jail to break him
of tho habit.
Golim to New Gold Camp Maurice
Connc'll, who is botter known as "Crip"
will leave this morning for Bawhide,
Nov., the new boom camp. Ho will
bo accompanied by Fred Tregaskis and
both expect to make their fortunes in
tho new El Dorado.
Underwent Operation Miss Ethel
Pntton underwent an operation at tho
Old Dominion hospital Saturday and
yesterday was reported as steadily improving.
Too Enthusiastic Luther Blake, col'
orcd, attended a ball game Sunday at
tho ball park. ' Ho bocamo enraged at
a decision of tho umpiro, which was up
held by Bill Green, tho well known col
ored saloon keeper. Blako made a
break for the bats, but Green beat him
to it, and Blako said ho was going after
a gun to "get" Green. Blako was ar
rested and yesterday Judge- Thomas
sent him up for thirty days.
Banger Thompson Dead Knymond J.
Thompson, a Spanish war veteran and a
member of tho Arizona rangers for sov
oral years, died yesterday at tho Mor-
enci hospital of lung trouble. Mr,
Thompson was a brother of Mrs. C. D.
Stephens of Fort Thomas and the re
mains will be taken there for burial.
Thompson was well and favorably
known through tho territory and was
stationed at Morenci at the time ho
was taken ill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Pcnn have to
turned from a visit with relatives at
A. 0. Grace and Mrs. Grace left
Sunday for El -Paso, where they will
Fred Briggs, who is doing the brick
work for tho Miami Copper company.
was a visitor jn tho city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Parks left Sun
day morning for their homo at Clifton
after a pleasant visit with relatives.
A. II. Malone, editor of tho Solomon
ville Bulletin, is a visitor in-tho city,
being the guest of his brother Oscar.
P. W. Stackpple, mining- man from
Harrington, Ariz., left yesterday for
Kooscvclt after spending a day in Globe
W. 0. Tuttle, the Nice merchant, re
turned homo Sundav morning after
spending several daps hero on business.
D. II. Lillywhite, traveling represent
ative for Bradstrects, left yesterday
mo'rning for Los Angeles after speed
ing several days in the city.
Prof. It. II. Forbes of tho University1!
of Tucson was a passenger on tho
Itooscvelt stage yesterday, after spend
ing a day in Globe.
F. A. Woodward, general manager of
the National Mining company, returned
last evening from Safford, where ho vis
ited tho company's Fumarole mine.
Capt. George D. Christy, assistant
United States attorney for Arizona, ar
rived in tho city from Phoenix Sunday
night on official business. Ho will re
turn home this morning.
A. W. Crawford, a Los Angeles cap
italist, who is well known in Globe be
cause of his frequent visits hero during
the last ten years, arrived in the city
Sunday evening for a visit with W. D.
Fisk, with whom he is interested in
W. II. Cummings, who has been sing
ing at tho Iris theater for tho last six
months, left yesterday morning for El
1 Paso, where he will play in a musical
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comqdy company which will play the
remaindor of tho season at tho Craw-J
ford. Ho expects to return to tho Iris
at tho closo of tho present season. Un
til that time his placo will be tilled
by Charles Boznrd.
ELECTS 1 MIGHT
Semi-Annual Election of 'Of
ficers Will Occur at Hall
The regular semi-annual election of
officers of Globe miners' union will
occur this ove;iing at Miners' union
hall and a spirited contest is antici
pated. Nominations were made by ref
erendum two wcelts ago and more thnn
the ordinary interest is being taken in
the. election. It is expected that a large
vote will bo polled. Tho following is
the eomple'tc ticket which lias been
placed in nomination:
For president W. F. Gnllin, Win,
For vico president Wm. Bcndall,
For recording secretary II. It. Bar
For financial secretary William
Wills, P. J. Holohan. . '
J-'or treasurer Simon Kinsman; G. P.
For conductor P. II. Brouilctte, W.
For warden James Dunne, J. Pax-ton.
For financo committee, three to lit
elected II. Kempton, J. J. Shcrwm, A
E. Crawford, Paul Lundgard.
For trustees, five to be elected Jos.
J. Murphy, Frank Ppllcrman, Mike
O'Connor, D. E. Mnben, Jas. It. Wat
Special delegate Albert Wills, J. C.
O'Connor, Frank Depolio.
For delegates to the lllth annual con
ven jii, three to bo elected Paul Lund
gard, Ed Duncan, Miko O'Connor, Ed
Crongh, P. J. Holohan, II. It. Harthols,
los. J. Murphy, W. S. Crowe, II. V,
Huey, H. Kempton, John Mitchell and
Don't Miss It.
A fine' program of moving pictures
and illustrated songs at the Ins. En
tire chango tomorrow.
TWO ED FOR
Frisco Broker and Sailor Said
to Have Sent Expedition
rg.j.y l jk t.v r .'- w
SMeMs Hie Food from Alum
SAN FRANCISCO, March 2. Harry
J. Hart, broker, and shipping agent,
and X. V. Libcroth, a mariner, were
arrested today by tho United States
marshal for conspiracy in a filibuster
ing expedition in the steamer Empire
in 190G to Central Americn, for having
violated tho neutrality law in taking
arms and military equipment to tho in
surgents, who attempted to overthrow
President Cabcrara of Guatemala. They
secured $2,000 bail each.
Hart and Libcroth were recently in
dieted by the federal grand jury on
four separate counts, and no sooner had
Libcrpth returned to tho United States
than ho was arrested. Hart walked into
the marshal's office and demnndod to
see the prisoner. When asked his name
he told tho deputy, who informed him
that ho was a prisoner. Hart is ac
cused by tho grand jury with having
organized and fitted out tho expedition
in this pori with Captain Libcroth, and
sending out the littlo steamer in com
mand of his associate.
, The Empiro was bought by Hart on
February 12, 1906. He and Libcroth
arranged the details of tho expedition
to Central America. Hart had hor
taken out in the bay, when ho had
270 cases of arms and military equip
ment put on board from the tug Daunt
less. Ho gave out tho imprression that
tho cases contained mining machinery.
Tho vessel sneaked out of port without
clearance paers, and thereupon became
an outlaw ship. Tho penalty, for this
is a fine of $500 and tho penalty for
violating tho neutrality law is a fine
of not less than $1,000, not over $10,
000 aud imprisonment for not more than
Tho cargo of rifles . was taken to
Central America and tho steamer sold
to tho Salvadorean government.
CORBET Tho funeral of tho lato Mrs.
Efllo Corbett will bo held from the
funornl parlors of F. L. Jones & Son
today at 2 p. m. Friends invited.
MRS. PHILUPSON TO
LEAVE FOR ENGLAND
WOMAN AND SUICIDES
STOCKTON, Cal., March 2. A sen
sational Jnpancso shooting occurred this
afternoon when 8, i Fukumaga called
upon supposed friends and fired a bul
let into Mrs. Sadio Kawamura, belioved
to bo" 'a former lover',, killing her almost
instantly. Ho badly wounded J. Ynma
guch, .tho 18 mouths old child of Ka
wamura, after which Fukumaga killed
Mrs. J. C. PhilHpsoh will leave Globe
this morning for New Orleans, from
where she will sail for Liverpool, Eng
land. Mrs. Phillipson's husband, who
wns in the insurance and real cstntc
business here for the last year, left
Globo ten days ago. Phillipson left a
swath in local business circles that
couldn't be filled with less than $10,
000. Ho wns last heard from in Los
Angeles and his wifo believes that ho
has left there for South Africa. Mrs.
Phillipson has learned a number of
things concerning hor husband's -past
since his departure, which she had nev
er even juspectdd and she has decided
to quit him and America for good.
She has excellent family connections in
England and sho will return there. Mrs.
Phillipson i3 a charming littlo woman
who hns nuido many friends sinco her
coming to Globe and she takes with her
tho best wishes of all.
Capital Paid in, - $100,000.00. Surplus, - $40,000.00.
THE GILA VALLEY BANK & TRUST COMPANY
The recent panic did not effect this bank. Territorial, depcaitcry and depositor
for both Gila and Graham Counties. We invite new business. . We pay 4 per cent
on savings accounts, we sen roreign exenange.
Millinery opening,' Thursday, March
5th, at Achcnbach's, cor.-Broad and
' Lamo Shoulder.
Whether resulting from a sprain or
from rheumatic pains, there is nothing
so good, for a lame shoulder as Cham
bcrlnin's Liniment. Apply it freely and
rub tho parts vigorously at each ap
plication and a quick euro is certain.
For sale by all Durggists.
Get DoWitt's Carbolfzed Witch Hazel
Salve it is healing, soothing and cool
ing. It is good for piles. Sold by(
Hanna 's Drug Store, 228' Uroad street.
Millinery opening, Thursday, March
5th, at Achenbach's, cor Uroad and
Dancing class pupils of Mrs. Colliers
arc requested to resume lessons at her
residence on Mnurel Hill, last b.g house,
Mondays, Wednesdays aud Friday
nights. Ladies free. Beginners taken
as usual, private or in cl.'iss, single or
ticket, one dollar per lesson or ton dol
lar ticket good for twenty classes, from
dato of ticket. Also step and fancy
dances taught. Maurcl Hill Cottage.
Brown for Flro Insurance. E. 21,
Globe Office Building.
Don't MIes It.
A fino program of moving pictures
and illustrated songs at tho Iris. En
ti.ro change tomorpw.
Tho War Is On.
Why go further than the Broad street
bridge! From there you can see an
Art Parlor, painfed green, that is stock
ed wfth tho best materials used in tho
photograph line, and it is for tho public
of Globo to use for ono week in the way
of cabinet protographs, only $1.50 n
dozen. All babies under a year old
will be photographed free of any
charges. Huntzingcr, the artist.
Don't procrastinate; tako advantago of
theso offerings today.
Clioico of nil men's hats in the house
values up to $5, today $2
Men's Khaki pants, regular $1.50
goods, today 75c
Eng'jieer's bibbed pveralls 00c
Men's summer gingham pants 50c
Men's blue chnmbray shirts, regular
$1, today - 05c
Men's fancy negligee shirts, sold
everywhere at $1.50, today 75c
pood lino of ladies' colored shirt
waists, degular dollar sellers, today -10c
J. Watt Hcgue, James W. Hogne
President. Vice president and cashier
When you wish to buy, sell, rent or trade anything in the Heal
Estate line, remember that the Homo Investment Company has cstab.
llshed a clearing houso of information on all the good buys to be fomM
in and adjacent to Globe. Our deals aro straight, our bargains good
baying or selling. Seo tho other fellow, then seo tho '
HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Jim Hoguo, Hogue,
Manager and director. Utility and hired maa.
Just For Today
At Collins' $
Tho Globo Bank & Savings Co. pays
4 per cent on term deposits, 0 to 8 per
cent on escrow deposits and wants es
crow loans on real estato and first-class
securities. Ileal estate sold on term
sales, part cash, 9 per cent interest and
small monthly per cent on principal !
balance. Fire insurance placed in best
A' Pleasant Physic.
When you want a pleasant physic
give Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets a trial. They are mild and gen
tle in their action and always produce
a pleasant cathartic effect. Sail at any
drug store for a free sample.
Don't miss the millinery opening,
Thursday, 'March 5th, at Achenbach's,
coVncr Broad and Mesquito streets.
DoWitt's Little Early Risers, small
safe, sure littlo liper pills. Sold by
Hanna 's Drug Store, 228 Broad street.
Don't miss tho millinery opening,
Thursday, March 5th, at Achenbach's,
corner Broad and Mesquito streets.
You think one tea as
good as another ?
Why don't you buy at
the lowest price you see
in the window ?
Your crocer returns tout money if you don't
like Schilling's Best: we par bid.
Gila County Abstract Company
FIRST FLOOE TBUST BUILDDNG.
Fire Insurance written in tho best companies. Correct Abstracts, r
Title furnished. Bonds issued, rents collected and real estato bought
. WALTER S. DAYTON, F. t. TOWLE,
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are the chief characteristics of
our prescription department
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GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO.
Fresh Butter and,ju8tt7ayrn.bedtevery
Fresh Ranch Eggs How ptthtnbV8htat you
WE GUARANTEE EVERY EGG SOLD
We get it fresh every day. Try a
Butter- and egg satisfaction at
"THE QUALITY STORE"
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xs your iiuur giving you uie sausiacuon yon
desire? . It not, you are using the wrong kind. Ask
your grocer for DIAMOND M. It will.
ENTIRE CHANCE TONIGHT
"Baby's First Outing," Comic
Attempted Suicide," Comic
Enchanted Glasses," Scenic
A Chinaman in London," Comic
In the Golden Autum Time, My Sweet Elaine"
By Mr. Eichards
General Admission - - 15 cents
Reserved Seats - - - 25 cents
Performances 7:30 and 8:30
Edw. R. Keith, Mgr.
HOME OF LATEST MOVING PICTURES AND
Thrco Times a Week
Monday, Wednesday and Friday!
"The Ghosts' Holiday," "Animals at Central Park," "The Oypsy'il
Warn'ng," "Chopin's Funeral March Burlesqued," "A Crime in tiel
Snow," "An Unpleasant Legacy."
TWO NEW ILLUSTRATED SONGS.
Admission SSSmSe 2 Performances, 7:30-8:30
Armin Stock Co,
High Class Vaudeville Each Night
Admission 25 and 50 cents. Reserved seats 75 cenUJ
on sale today
"Tom, Dick and Harry"
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