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   Arizona Silver Belt (Newspaper) - August 18, 1907, Globe, Arizona                              1907 ARIZONA SILVER BELT Page Seven GLOBE SIGHTS AND SILVER BELTLET News of Busy Globe Told in Brevities From Tuesdays Duncan came up from San Car last Dreggan of Denver is a gues at the A from an are registered a the Klnney Prank Gill is an passenge He will join his and daughter in Los Arthur Moore starts for Los Angel e this morning Ms am spend several weeks on the Edwards departs this mornini for LOB Angeles to join his whi spending the summer on the Keppy arrived in the city Sun evening from Safford on right o business for Al Kinney thia fo the coast and will visit points of in terest between Los Angeles and Seat superintendent o leaves this morning for Los An gelcs and the beaches oil vacation of several and Spaptes start thi a months vacation trip to Angeles and adjacent re r L general manager of the be Consolidated 1 evening from a business visi Ben formerly foreman of the news department of tlie Silver Bel and for the past ten months on Clifton and Morenci was an arrival in the Hugh Maekie of Safford has accepted a position as bookkeeper1 with the War rior Copper company and left yesterday for the companys camp begin his new and who are their bridal expected home in a few Cardshave been re ceived stating that they will be at home in Globe after August Huntjpresident of the Old Dominion morning for the east purchase and win tor He will visit Chi York and other and expects absent until Wick of Gila Bank Trust Sunr day night fromElsinor wholly recovered from rheumatism with he suffered for time prioi to his departure from of was the socialist candidate for con gress last an arrival city Sunday eveningto attend the min ers He accompanied Percy Eawlingj pr Ed former came in yesterday from where he is employed in the governemnt cement is temporarily re ports being on the masonry work of the big damand says OKourke will soon put on a night From Wednesdays inr last evening from Fort Apache to spend a few days on one car of Bibs Henderson thepurchasing Meeting of guild to held at Wiliam the All arecordially invited to Joe manager of the Globe ball has returned from a trip to Tucson and he arrange for Floyd Blevins morning for Los where she will remainder summer asthe guest of her James who has been employed at the Pioneer dairy for the past two leaves this morning for his home in Salt Lake wil take a course in mining who hasbeen a of her Wil for the last t yesterday for New whence sails for her home at There will be a meeting of the cham commerce this evening at the which anc to become members are Grant Watkins directors of the Pinto1 Creek Smelting arrived last by Kobert who has been employed as From Fridays Daily Cornelius is on the sick Tucson is a business visitor in the Paul Hood has completely from an attack typhoid Charles Davis is recoveringfrom an James completinghis new home on Noftsger James Riley andchildren will leave for Sidney1 Hollings recovered from at The ladies the will meetthis evening at thecourthouse at Louis Waliimari of the Globe dairy to the Gila Valley yesterday to purchase milch and turned last evening where they spent with Mayor in from the where he is camping with par ofGlobe attend the coun cilmeeting last Joe Shellenberger of Seranton Correspondence schools leaves this morn Silver on his month lyvisit to that Arnold has forVirginia to visit his tlienco to Diamond make his future Arnold has made many friends during hisshort residence acre in friends regret City Attorney George Hill has re iurned from his trip with accompanied the Elks to Phil continued on to he where several Hilt reports that left Pat Rose and Harry Sul tan in The latter expectsto go to returhing and and Rose will be home early next IN DL MARKET Leading Producers Making No Further Concessions in Price and but Tew Sales Are Made at Quoted Large Producers Want Over 20 POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE WEDDED LAST EVENING CliftOB Northern Railway The Clifton Northern railroad lias now laid feet of track n North connecting with the line to the England The be standard auge the ore third making to run narrow gauge cars over the low has1 a large amount and ieson hand which will enable it to ahead from the ore bins fast Thiaroad will e much convenience to as well as other companies bove town Tfhohaye In addition foanspbrtation res Toad wjj of much o jSTorth Clifton biisiness as well George Walker saysin his last cop per letter in the Boston Copper continues but the large are holding prices not withstanding quotations of standard warrants London combined of certain speculative interests tobring in the There is very little busi done at it is safe to say ing producers no further re ductions inprices until the large con sumers come into market will adjusted on a basis will be satisfactory consumers and The producersarebelieved less than a months prpoductidii of cop per on The monthly production of refined copper in theUnited plus round numbers amounts o about One pro ducerstates emphatically that there is not now move than pounds of available in the hands of the producers and consumers On the other hand the con sumers have not bought any copper to speak of since a period of five months having since consum ers that their copper are entirely and that they will have to enter the market very i At present the Lake are holding their copper at 22 cents Dodge and the United Metals Selling company aremaintaining their price of 22 cents per pound for Electrolytic of cop per are reported to have low as 20 but confirmation of these sales seemato One of thelargestmanufacturers of copper wire and cable says We are just recovering the greatest period of activity we experienced in the and which carried us off our There is a faling off in new but the outlook for the future is very goodjand are doing what I woxild call a normal This letup has allowedus to run little longer on our supplies of copper than we had but of the metal are now nearly exhausted how we wouldlike toseemore settled From s Daily There pretty home wee ding in JTorth Globe evening a which thecontracting parties wer Eichard Ellen C young peopl of the The a the home of the th was performed Judge Hin son iThomas in of a larg assemblage of relatives and friends o the young congratulation refreshments were and an en joyable evening Mr and Mrs Mitchell will be at in their own place on ISToftsger Thefollowing were present wedding James and1 Lee and Trevathan and Marshall anc George Mr and Mrs Ben Mr and Mayers and anc Misses May K Annie Nina Mame and Harry Tre Frank Will SniithvDave Mike Charles John William SamBeard and Me The bites of sun burns and bruises relieved at once with Piuesalve Acts like poultice Draws but inflamma Try Price Sold Drug MEXICAN BOUND OVER FOB conditions before buying new stringency of money our actual a largo consumption of1 copper in new electrical and we find that some of our who in actual need of large of wire j s the handling anfl aro withholding bc thecompletion of i tliat willbeanimmediate frnlirra It I decline the price of and thej1 Attorney Jacobs of the firm of Stoneman returned last even ing from a weeks spent at Tucsonand Phoenix on legal He reports that it is muchi warmer in those cities in County Assessor Merritt and formerly returned home last An announcement o their appears elsewhere in this Both left with Elks for over a month agoand nre the firstof the Globedelegation The Silver Belt their many in extending congratulations well From Thursdays P Mimick will leave tomorrow for and other points for an extended National arrived in the city from Crowley last evening to spend a few days on busi Cerano was assessed for dis turbing the peace in the light dis trict Judge Thomas yesterday after Elson Smith of and Meredith of are visiting Globe on mining busi gauge it willbe possible to cars to that part of be This will expense d delay in freight ie railroad will themeans Of open ng up theupper part of the district nd it important that the should o finished and locomotives put on as The grade of the tram will be used new road ncces ary do some just above leore will pass over the resent fiume and1 the railroad will make a tunnel han ling president of the Clif ton informed Era that he now feels though the Northern is a full grown having wreck this A car gotloose1and ran off of the thingsto FINE PLACE TO LIVE But Mars Is Too Far at Flagstaff Anews letter commenting ontho fact which gener ally at least miles away from the is atpresent notmore than miles remarks it must be a pleasant spot live as weather alwaysfine and the sky isalways cloudless The winds never high there are no rains or storms it is the Monte Carlo of A man on the would find himself 62 per cent lighter went to Mars Martian he isprobably ahead for the planet is much Life there must be more slow and for the Martian yearis twice as long are resorting to makeshiftsof patched cables and wires Thereis undoubtedly a large volume of new business more settled condi tions in the metal The Copper Share Copper slumped badly during due in to the general market but the the metal With Amalgamated at a new price for the it not strange that the Boston copeprs have displayed extreme Conditions are such tliat the is discouraged from buy ing even at theprevailing low If the coppers had advanced withthe price of the From Wednesdays Daily Banger in from velt yesterday with an occupant for Sheriffs Thompsons hotel He is Jose Maria was await tlie action of the next grand for the alleged theft ofa pay chock drown on OKourke government The charge is as the amount involved The held be fore Judge Evans at Production of EulJber Kubber was introduced in The from the seed then seed In iS88the first was ob in The went until 1902 It is at the present time acres of land in1 Ceylon rubber al solely of In thereare from tO60000 acreson the Malay peninsula all of variety rubber of to about There at the present timeabout acres ed in which should eventually yield about tons theworlds probable sup York Doing Well at Beno Letters to Phoenix friends from GHS who for some time that he has settled dotvn and gone into business there with very fair He says the town of Boco is goodand con tinue to get in his He says the climate is delightful little in winter won ft hurt He expects to be here some in the fall for a His wish him prosperity and good PAY FINES More Usual Grist of Pay Day Victims injustice Peace Courts THE GliA VALLEY Mexican Kills Boy in Cold Arrested and Jailed From Tuesdays Daily In Judge yesterday the following and jail sentence were to who were gathered in for celebrating the monthlj pay well 1 disturbing the peace paid drunk and dis Wascottand F each William Bludgeon and disturb ing the In Bawlings court James Cur tis drunk and disorderly Ventura ten days for the same Alberta Chova ten days for the Hay wood paid for a like OUR BEST PAID Argument That Canadians and Cubans Are Comparatively Better Off It has been that Uncle Sams soldiers were best aid in tlie beliefhas n large part been the cause ofthe1 fail ure of attempts made in the past to leciire increases for our But connection with he sympathetic preparations that are made to Jay the Something Wrong With the icfore congress sessionit discovered that belief 3 founded in eiror and several arc much mure in the reatment of their soldiery than the United fact will brought the ttention ofcongress in connection of a general increase alaries of both and recruiting circulated reely in strong show ng on this A Canadian sergeant or enters his service vitli a wage of which in to the provisions of he longevity law to TheAmer eari sergeant gets xpenses are larger thanthe Canadian oncommissioned because of tie cosiderable differences the scale f and the lowertariffrates pon the necessities of life in he same of wage runs hrough all of the grades the two Even Cuba paysher three imes as much as the United he Cuban rural guard gets the pay of Nsw York Special to the August appears to have been a coldblooded murder at San village east of Sunday Anastasio Qui ros shot killed a boy of fourteen named Eufrasio Justafter dark Quiros met three young boys the irrigation After an of drew his shoved it against of Bertoldo and Death in a short gave himselfup and will be triedfor his life the coming term of the old reliable stone ma has returned from Bice and is now reaor to take contracts on kinds of stone work Box 47tf Justice Assassinated Eildifonso Lunawas haled into jus ice court Tuesday on a charge of drunk the made by Joe Luna said not guilty and demanded a jury Talked with Bonaparte There is still Hying in the Village of a who spoke with thegreat Napoleonon tne day of that name AnneJosephe says the London Daily and she reach birthday on July Her memory is perfectly the hadestablished his headquarters closei to the little she and her mother had buried their littlestock of money valuables in the ground and in the morning emperor came out and took up his position close to the Fearing that lie hiding farmera wife to dis tract his took her head jn both hands and pretended to be suffer with i This attracted the emperors atten coming over to the woman he told lier not but added that as the about to be fought she should betake her toa place of safety He turned to the little AnneJosepheV patting her on the her to be good little girl and take careof Encouraged the farmers then emperor that her had served in one of iis but had not been heard of On ascertaining the name of the regiment it was foundthatit was one of those which had suffered mostduringtlie re Teat from Bussia Hethen told them o into the forest of Som jreffe the was Jubayhas perfect recollection of the and describes i emperors appearance n the jury was as litXw wit i i i IJIULI us it jiniu iutLLi DJjjf nose and the momentous case She remembersthe scene of de The which was composed of well v and slaughter by known business only retake the fte not but French v jissflRserl flip ansts Imn V l ly assessed the costs against the hoi but her recollection i iiiit mer lecuilvCLJuil court thus transeeading the law and rules of decorum and proce is for up seemed to consider that to impose a penalty for a plain sleepy drunk bea bad owing the jailcapa This which he jury hadno and is the purposeof this article to roast thesaid jur yasmueh as1the weather wiE The court S clearly the bulwark of our liberties and bo upheld at all Armed with the revised a gov ernment report and a copy of Ward it dis penses a brand of justice warranted for any to question he merelyshowsthat they do recognize justice they see all our and our Teach Shimmingand Lives But we don t teach and this is a art most of all im Every district have a ought to swimmer before it is six years In the Scandanavian kingdoms that one shall swini as com pulsory as that one must learn to When this view of the case beeh better considered in this country it wall be generally Then we ghall we summer be conf ront roll lost lives which saved had en a universal OLD DOMINION CAN CONTINUE DIVIDENDS A director of the Old Dominion com pany says kiss that I Eaw you mum an yez high copper costs pay of onIScent ries these America j but it could have me resist of ThTbTd Dominion companywithits Bits Summer and colds yield at to Laxative tarbutno qualities recommend it to croup yield Keep on Sold by Hanuas Drug Eneuinatic Pains Believed now years of decline would have created disturbc years Justice who bought Martisburgy says months ago in anticipation h sciati am with sciatic advance with the higher prices for the in lef t arm and right have held on as have three bottles of the allowed soldiers and j 9U1 Readily de data is being gotten together to make a strong case to demonstrate to Con gress that the real reason for the num erous desertions froni the American army is not with the hard or dislike for some parttu ular nor even thelack of a simple and wellregulated but the small wage paid to the soldiers com pared1 with the in civil in this connection it will be shovni in the pof sub ject to congress that the present scale was fixed by law more than fifty years has only been one increase l of only per montliin but unfortunately they are First they have taken 7 tKaiu off this line Do you miss Second Ol nothing not decreasing in the same ratio as is li the price In six months from like as much miss it when now Old Dominion costsshould be ma terially We are notv 75 per cent of our sulphur requirements withinthe limitsof the camp and of this percentage 50to1 60 per cent is coming from the OldDominion We havestopped the treatment of Naco zari concentrates and will soon stop using Greene Consolidated We are receiving sulphides from California from the ShattuckAri zona was time when the wages of eiviHan Oar underground probably more showing steady improvement and in an third of luth but now that the stocks have dropped below former many of theseholders have soldout In The copper stocks discount ed the advance in but ap pear about to overdiscount the decline in There is noquestion the dividendpaying coppers are selling j extremely at even though price of tlie metal break considerablybelow the present quota Thff less must be less I less more Most ofthese stocks are sell lower now sold when the of was and when they were paying much There s nOreason to expect the dividends will be reduced to theirformer and in a number of thereis no reason to any dividend reduc tion at soonas the metal situation is ad at whatever the copper believe The regular meeting the city cil occurs this City assessment matters will be taken up and arrange ments made to create a citytax minion is expected to return from Clouderoft in a few His friends are preparing an appropriate welcome for wiser and more prudent than The entire astronomical though somewhat is nevertheless waiting with unusual eagerness for the photographs which the AmericanMars wires from that he has succeed ed in It is quite generally acknowledged that Lowell during previous has greatly in creased astronomical knowledge on tlie changes of the surface features of since 1905 one of Lowell s obtained the actual photograph of those canals the scientific world been preparing to almost anything possible in this conditions year are said by the photographers as Tonomors of EuTOpo to be far better than in for this reason the scientific World hero anxiously awaits the publication of all of the information being collected in Arizona in the they will show as much energy on the advance as on the ASSISTANT POSTMASTEE GENERAL AT PHOENIX There meeting Monday in Phoenix that was national in The men who to gether were first postmaster general of the United States W national conimitteeman of the Bepublican party for Arizona a prominent politician of El very jecently resigned tie pbstoffieeat that city and gave as his reason that he had other pressing tfusinessMajor MeClin A Premium on Originality The Standard which has one of the finest business organizations in the practically sets a premium on originality among its allthe its liaye positions of responsibility are di into two kinds Those who as the Oil phrase goes and those who do not I It been the rule of thisgreat cor j poration till its many branches and DOUGLAS MAN IS HELD adjunct corporations to heed a IN GILA COTTNTY JAIIi suggestion of an Qnce a clerk in one of the pipe line Prom Daily approached his and On description fromImade a suggestion for Bowie Sheriff Thompson Monday changing the oil fromcarto ing arested a to be moments the otter month we will be down to level from a winze sunk from the 14th level News Bu Chamberlains Balm and itc did me lots of For sale by All Skalmer of as he stepped from the He was taken to county and here he denied that he was the He said thatliis name but a card with the nafne Skalmer printed on it was found in his not known what the charge against but it is not thought to be a serious m Revival Meetings From Wednesdays Daily The revival meetingsat the Baptist church will continue all will continue to preach each evening at 8 Af ter tlie service Thursday evening there will be conference for a short time to consider the securing a pas tor and to consider other matters for the welfare ofthe church The attend ance at the meetings has been remark ably good and the interesthas been ex Tlie ordinance oJ baptism be administered Sunday evening before the at You are cor dially invited to attend all the meet Rings Little Liver Pills keep the the stomnch said But that Do you believe in it that much replied the The plan was tried and it Butneither the manager nor clerk was discouraged Some time later the clerkcame along with another that impressed the was tried and The saving to com pany considerably exceeded the loss on original The attitude of the company is a stimulus to work to and the result has been effi CITY COUNCIL WILL GET STREET LIGHTS Reliable Assays Gold 75 Ceuts Gold andSilver Lead 75 Samples by mail receive prompt Betorts and Rich Ores SeW for Free ing Envelopes and Price 1536 Court A few will1 in variablycure an ordinary attack of It can always be even in themoresevere attacksof cramp colic andcholera It is equally successful for summer diarrhoea and cholera infanti m in and tke lives of many children e yem Wien with wiiter sweetened it Everyman of B family this remedy In his Bny it postmaster at Phoenix Governor Prompt relief for and bilions Sympathy Think of the hardships the earlier answered theexposition vis accommodations were even scarcer in theirclay than they are aud several other prominent politicians of Hiteheock came from Now it is said he went to seeGov1 There goes a womanwho once de for all the For sale at Haunas Drug From Fridays DaDy At the of the council last evening it was decided to try to make arrangements for a street lighting and a committee was to confer Cottee James with that end in mittee consists of Woods nncl Van Ordinances 30 and amendments to previous were read for the final time ail First National Bank of Globe Shareholders Total S Cashier President CUSHMAN Asst Cashier Right of the Public deposit tneir with a bank want to know something of its financial The United States fully recognizes this right and causes us to publish five times a year a sworn statement of our condition in addition to sends from time to time a bank examiner to thorougly examine and investigate condition and management of the shows the interest the government takes in all national banks and is a safeguard for thebenefit of the We every facility of a well equipped national bank solicit your Smoke the Old Reliable La International Cigar Manufactured by Kolberg El Paso Texas ernor Curry inaugurated and to for the adjustment of political matters in that Ho stated to the news paper men that his visit to Arizona and Mexico is without any jpolit ical significance that he is simply tak ing a birdseye view of the west ana attending to his postoflice When you see a bunch of cobwebs in roomtheyre supposed to be clothes for feminine elined to be my Yet she look like an un usually intelligent Chicago Citing a you believe that the quielc lunchcounter hiibit has a bad effect on the heart had on Toms foil in with pretty Smart The New York Times thinks the Standard Oils fine should liiivo been j instead We are glad the didu t impose if it be We no over whelming desire to pay perpint my said the man who was of it is trne that we can accomplish nothinguntil tho has1 Of interrupted theman in the except cork Chinese Chop House Connected with Bank Saloon Open Dayand Night Chop Chicken and Club House Sandwitches Everything in season in the delicacies alwavs on   

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