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DXl LV'AIZON A- SILVER 'BELT
J. N. Tortcr.
D. W. Wlckcrshani
I. E. Solomon
P. P. Qrccr
J. N. Robinson.
A. J. McKinnon
O. 0. Simmons.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,000 Shareholders' Liability $100,000 united atat, Territorial, county and city DePo8itory.
D. W. Wlckcrsham I. E. Solomon J. H. Roblmon
W. A. Holt E. B. GrMcr Ph. Frcudenth&l
J. N. Porter C. P. Solomon J. B. Newman
8. L. Gibson P. P. Groer
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A DAY'S DOINGS IN ARIZONA
TIMEERINO AND OTHER CAREFUL
WORK WILL BE DONE BY WHITE
LABOR, EOT MAJORITY OF EM
PLOYES WILL BE NATIVES.
Tho silenco of thr onen glorious camp
Li pathetic. There aro about 1,200 men,
practically nil native, nt work in and
about tho plnntH and tho different mines
morel to mako nsu-wary improvement,
maintain tho Integrity of tho works
and vindicate the roApectivo coneewlona.
of tho owners, wiya tho Review.
Tho splendid dayn of tho Greene
Bcott-Whlto-Kirk regime- are a trinjr
of tho past. It must bo conceded .that
Orcono was tho best friend tho gringo
i-ver had ia So nor a. It la insisted, nine,
with Romo showing of logic, that he
was bottor than ho could afford to be,
considering tho character, resource and
value in tho big hilnes. When Can
snea resumes, which is strictly indef
inito, it will do ho along native- labor
tinea, with reduced wage. Tho Col.'
managoment insist) that tho values in
tho mino will not, with tho present price
of copper, justify white wages.
Tho Grccno-Cnnnnea. proposea to get
down to business, so as to declare, divi
dends and in order to do thU they will
havo to employ tho Bystein employed by
tho Moctczuma Conner company nt
Nacozari. They havo so much more oro
in sight, it will average so much with
copper at n certain figure; and they
know exactly what thoy can afford to
pay to realize n dividend. Undor thcao
conditions, it is practically certain that
Canancn will gradually resume work un
til it employes moro men than over
before in his hlstorr. reauirinir a creat-
cr number of nativolaberera to perform-
I ho same work than it would of skilled
Cananea, however, will find it neces
sary to employ more white men than
doc-i Kaeozari, for tho nason that tho
ground is of a totally different char
acter, requiring in the first named in
stance a vast amount of timbering and
cause, it is alleged, former Secretary
John A. Mack, recently resigned, left
tho books of tho company in such shapo
that an intelligent statement of the
business is impossible.
Kdward C. Bennett, formerly of Tuc
son, is dead in Heattle as th eresult of
injuries received in an automobile accident.
TucBon business men are decorating
their places for tho conventions to bo
held thore Monday.
Xfntlldo Campos, a ranchman of Pima
county, gets one year in the penitoutiary
for cnttlo stealing.
Friends of Bishop Henry Granjon,
who has chargo of tho Tucson diocese,
aro predicting that ho will bo made
archbishop of tho Santn To diocese,
which includes Arizona and New Mor-leo.
C. Burroughs has been released from
tho Phoenix county jail, whore ho was
being held on a chargo of forgery, be
cause it would cost too much to prose
Students of Phoenix high school pre
sented Professor George Blount with .1
purw of $75 in gold on the occasion of
tho closing of the schools for tho year.
Tom Johnson of Phoenix gets two
years and six months fo rassault with
n deadly weapon.
A Summer School.
Misses Nellio Allen and Urnn McKen
Jo will -open n summer school in the
Central school building, Monday, June
S; sessions to lust until August 14.
Honrs, 9 to 1, no intermission. Tuition
$5.00 per month.
The Old Pueblo club in Tucson will
movo into its new quarters Juno 1.
Douglas chamber of commerce will
' give its first annual dinner May 25 nt
tho Gadsden hotel.
Tucson public schools will graduate ft
class of sixty June 5.
Kxpcrt necountnnts havo been em
ployed to go over tho nccounts of tho
' Tucson Building & Loan association, be-
On plans and specifications calling
for a building twico as large as the
one destroyed by fire sovernl weeks ago,
In Phoenix, Harry Constnblo will open
bids Monday for a now warehouse and
cold storage plant to be erected on tho
slto on tho corner of Fourth avenue and
Govornor Kibbey of Arizona will
moot Governor Curry of New Mexico in
Douglas May 25 on the occasion of tho
Inttcr's visit to Arizona.
For voting illegally at tho city flee
tion in Phoenix May 5 in the Fourth
ward, nnd pleading guilty to tho offense,
Louis Vnrnes was fined $10.50 by Jus
Tho jury in the case of Jcnus Alvarez
in Tucson, on trial charged with tho
murder of Juan Rodriguez, returned a
verdict of guilty of manslaughter after
deliberating about three hours.
Fdwin Gould, one of the foremost rail
road magnates in this country, stopped
in Tucson for a short visit on his way
to tho coast this week.
Pima county's grcnt register for the
fall election has been thrown open to
Renewed mining nctivity is reported
from tho Leadvlllc camp near Glcason.
Pima county's $50,000 school bond
issuo has been approved by tho purchas
ers and tho cash will bo immediately
Miss II. A. Olney, postoffice clerk nt
Phoenix, lo3t a finger by getting it
caught in a stamp canceling machine.
Tho remarkablo egg laid by a hen
of I). C. Warren, with n chinnborry
under tho shell nnd the stem sticking
We Buy and Sell Stocks In
All Markets On Commission
THE H. H. BRU CO.
TRUST BUILDING GLOBE, ARIZONA
Flowers For Decoration Day
Carnations, 2c per dos., $1.50 per 100.
Roses, 50c, 75c per doz.
Sweet Peas, 15c bunch, $1.50 per doz.
Callas, 50c per doz, $3.00 per 100.
Marguerites, 15c per doz, spraysas, $1.00 por 100.
1 Asparagus Sprcngeril aud Plumos S1.00 per 100.
Packed In light pasteboard boxes.
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J. C. McELROY
Plans and Estimates Furnishod
PHONE 1615 P. 0. BOX 490
Corner Hill and Sycamore
out, is now at the Gnzutto ofilec, whuro
it may bo seen by tlioso who don 't be
lieve Phoenix can produce tho most re
markablo hen fruit in tho world. It
has attracted a great deal of attention
from visitor!! to this office. Phoenix
Tho output or tho Arizona Copper
company at Clifton for tho month of
April was 1,500 tons. of Bessemer cop
per. Kicknpoo Indians assembled in Doug
las gave a war dance at the ball park.
Announcements of tho marriage of K.
G. Minder nnd Miss Helen Temple,
prominent young peoplo of Warren,
havo been Issued.
Bisbee Klks will present "A Texas
Steer" Juno 3 and 4.
Tho Wells Fargo Express company
has established an independent ofilec at
Surveys for right of way of tho elec'
trie railway between Douglas ftnd Bis
bee have been completed.
Five hundred peoplo witnessed the
the graduating exercises at the Indian
school nt Phoenix, when six natives of
tho desert took the degree.
Clinton Campbell may loso tho con
tract for building tho new Phoenix Y.
M, C. A. building. Thero is some ques
tion ns to whether tho contract was
signed up before the time limit had ex
Hoval A. Smith, tho well known Bis
boo mining man, has returned to his
home from Globe, whero ho spent a
couple of days going over the property
of the Globe Consolidated company in
which ho is heavily interested. Tho
recent strike of ore in tho Globe prop
erty has tended to provo beyond a
doubt that a big mino will be developed.
Mr. Smith stated that recent work on
the oro body had proven its dimensions
which nre very large. Ho stated that
more than sixty feet of oro had been
gone through nnd that tho outlook wns
very promising for a still greater ex
tent. Bisbeo Review.
THAN LAST YEAR
IBISBEB, May 22. County Assessor
Charles I!. .Ho wo and his doputies nu
busily nt work completing tho nscscss
ment for tho year 1908. Tho majority
of the assessments hnvc been turned in
and tho work of placing them on the
rolls will bo started within the next few
days. Tho assessor has about thirty
)ays moro. in which to cpmplcto tho
work and tho books will then be turned
over to tho board of supervisors.
Tho assessment of Cochiso couuty
will this year show a falling off of what
it was last year of.about $2,000,000 as
cording to the estimnto of tho county
assessor. Tho mino production fell cou
sidornblo and tho valuo placed on prop
erty in Bisbee nnd Douglas as well ns
a number of places was roducod this
year by tho assessor on account of tho
prevailing condition of the country. The
rolls Inst year footed up to a little over
120,000,000, while this year it is not
expected that it will go much over $13,
UOC.000. The question of what is considered
i personal 'property is causing tho as
sessor considerable trouble at too pres
ent time in view of the fact that Judge
-Nave in his decision on one of tho de
murrers to the complaint in tho Cop
per Queen bnck tax case held that the
lien did not go to personal property,
only real estate, and in order to pro
tect the county the assessor is drawing
the line as elope ns possible. At thd
prcsont timo the question as to whether
or not a telegraph line is porsonal prop
erty is giving iho assessor considerable
trouble, besidesla number of others that
have nrisen slnco Judge Nave an
nounced his decision so that a number
of tax payers aro liable to bo-compelled
to pay on personal property which hero.
tofore they havo been paying on ns real
estate, or else put up a bond for 1U
paymont until tho taxes become duo 5n
THREE TUCSONIAN8 WHO
VIVIDLY REMEMBER THE
DAY FORTY-SIX YEARS AGO
"Today is tho forty sixth anniver
sary of my arrl-al in Tucson," remark
ed Fred G. Hughes, yesterday. On tho
same day," he continued, forty-six
years ago, Charley Shibcll and Sidney
K. DeLong also arrived here. Wo were
all members of tho First California vol
unteers, which, together with other
California men, numbered 1,500, 500 be
ing cavalrymen," says tho Star.
"The Confederates did not hold out
here nny time aftor the California vol
unteers arrived," added Hughes, who
said tho old" pueblo was an attractive
place then to tho Cnlifornians. There
were but few houses, nil adobes, on tho
site where is now Greater Tucson. Tbc
main part of tho town was north of
wffat is now Congress street. About all
there was to be seen was mesquito bush
es. "Tho guard house," said Hughes,
"was located about where Saly Ebcr's
building stands, Meyers nnd Congresi,
where once stood tho old 'doubh
Asked where "Uncle Sammy"
Hughes was when the California sol
diers arrived here, Fred Hughes said
Sammy had gone to California, but
later returned to Tucson. And ho is
here yet, ono of tho oldest white men
and pioneers of this section.
Sidney It. DeLong was tho first may
or of Tucson and Charley Shibcll was
sheriff of Pima county ono term and
has been county recorder sixteen or
more years. Ho has had no opposition
in recent years.
City Grocery and Produce
Fresh Vegetables Daily Fresh Fruit
Famous Brand Monarch Canned Goods On Hand
Thatcher Butter Valley Eggs All Kinds of Cheese
We warrant satisfaction, we are here to stay and
deliver the goods. Three Doors North of P. O.
YUMA, May 22. Held up and rob
bed of $12.50 was the experience of
C. O . Conncll, a Los Angeles bridge
workman, who has been employed for
some weeks by tho reclamation service
as a laborer on the Gravity canal here,
Connell was known by many acquaint
ances to make a practice of carrying a
neat roll in his tobacco sack. His habits
wcro sufficiently regular to mak him a
conspicuous mark for highwaymen. Ev
ery evening nt 7 o'clock for six weeks
he has gone to tho public, reading rooms
and remained thero until 8:30, when ho
would return to tho camp on tho reser
vation. Last night ho wns approaching
tho government corral when two men
sprang from tho right sido of the road.
Ono tripped and the otehr dragged hii
down. A third stood by, but laid no
hand upon him. "Don't hurt him. H
hasn't a watch, tho watcher cried and
the men obeyed. Thoy took his money
and tho throe of them ran cityward.
He can identify tho watcher who spoke,
but knows neither of tho others.
100 per cent casn reserve for all cash
liabilities. 5 per cent interest paid on
3 months term deposits, 0 por cet in
torcst paid on long term deposits, 8 to
10 per cent interest on escrow deposits,
is tho status of tho Globo Bank & Sav
ings Co. Firo insurnnco in 11 best
companies. Roal cstato placod, sold and
negotiated. Ronts collected, houses
rented. Labor employee agency. Ex
change sold, checks cashed. Peoplo
served in all financial ways, on best
tor'ras and absolute Bafety.. .Money tr
Cherries for Canning
$1.75 . . Per Box
These are Asolutely the Finest Cherries
of the Season.
PIONEER PRODUCE MARKET
You Know the Place
AUTOMOBILE BREAKS DOWN
AND BASEBALL CLUB WALKS
BISBEE, May 22,The ball team which
left here early Sunday morning for
Cananen, arrived in Bisbee Monday
night about 11 o'clock. The breakdown
in tho automobile in which tho boys
went over. The score was 12 to 1 iu
favor of Cananea.
Tho breakdown occurred four miles
this sido of Cananea. AH efforts to
repair tho machino were unsuccessf.il
and tho team "hoofed" it into town.
They reached tho camp about 3:30 and
tired as they were, immediately took
their places on tho diamond.
Tho return trip was made without ac
cident. The team starting about 3
o'clock and arriving at the houtnamed.
Particulars of the game were, not learned.
All persons indebted to theMonareh
Clothing company please call at Max
Lantiu & Bro. Clothing Store.
Call Phono 171
For Barclay, Higdon & Co.'n new
Landau. It rides delightful.
Edmund T. Satchell
Assayer and Chemist
41 BKOAD raTFEET V O Hot
GLOBE COLLECTION AGENCY
JAMES R. OD3SON, Manager
P. O. Box 399 Tni3t Building, Room 27
Summer weights are neces
MULLS Whito Cross Barred
and Figured In Pretty Pat
terns, 35c to G5c.
SWISS Specially suited for
-evening wear. Dainty Dot
ted, 25c to 40c.
Embroidered 40c to SI
LAWNS Boautiful and olo
gant light summer goods for
wash dresses. 12VaC to 25c.
This store stands for all
the w. w.
403-423 N. Broad. Phono 62
i . 'l"T,T7?"'?fr
means tho "real thing" with ns,
and when yon once taste It all
doubts will be immediately dis
pelled. It will be tender and
most delicious, juicy and de
lightful, and when you want the
roal thing in meats of any kind,
remember that that is the only
kind dealt In by
the Pioneer Market
El Paso, Texas
BOOMS 75c, S1.00 and $1.50
Conducted in accordance with the
sanitary laws of the State of Texas.
The best equipped restaurant in the
Southwest. Headquarters for stock
men and mining men.
C1IAS. ZEIGEE, Prop.
You havo had your collars come
homo with an edge llko a sawl
You havo had your buttonholes
break ont as brittle as a pio
crust I Yon havo had your shirt
split half its length whon you
pulled it ovor your head. But all
that can bo avoided if you havo
your work dono at
The Globe Steam Laundry
IT'S SO DIFFERENT.
"A girl is only a girl, but a
good cigar is a smoke." HA
VANA CIGARS, BOX OF 50,
81.25. Why pay 10cfor your
cigars when you can buy a box of
50 excellent cigars, with pleasant
aroma and flavor, equal to what
your dealer sells at 10c, direct
from manufacturer for S1.25? A
cigar you can offer your friends;
send $1.25 for trial box of GO. I
will receive your repoat orders,
1314 St. Nicholas Avenue,
Wk KWnep. surely point to wade kidney
Kerve. The Kidneys, llko the. Heart, and tha
Gtomuch, find their weakness, not In the organ
Itself, hut in the nerres that control and EUldo
nnd Urenjthon them. Dr. Shoop's Kestoraure Is
nwlldno specifically prepared to reach thea
controlling nerves. To doctor the Kidneys alone,
is futitot It Is waste of time, and of money at
If your back nehes or is treat, ifthe urtnt
scald or is dark and strong. If you haro symptoms
of Brlghts or other distressing or dangerous kid
ney dlwaBo.try Dr. Shbop's ltestoratlre a month
Tablet or Liquid and see what It can and will
do lor you. Druggist ruconuneod -and sell-
Specials Until Saturday
Soft silk finish-Flowered and plain
Were 50c, until Saturday . 35c
Extra quality Light weightmade
by best known mills Solid colon
Fancy figures, flowers. doU,
rings and stripes in predominating
shades. Were 25c. til Saturday 15c
Largo Lino of Kahkl Divided Skirts. Latest Styles Superior Ml
oring Extra Quality Khaki Cloth, Trimmed with Brass Buttons, S5-6CI
F: L JONES & SOI
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE: 174 S. Broad St
RESIDENCE: 346 S Hill
$1.00 to $3.00
$1.75 to $3
151 N. Broad
BARCLAY, HIGDON & C
Single and Double Teams
Saddle Horses Hay, Grain & Coal
A Specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs
Tnlpnhone 171 Globe.