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Arizona Silver Belt (Newspaper) - September 8, 1907, Globe, Arizona Jl J Established Glance Some of 70 per Encountered on NATIVE COPPER STRIKE AT ARIZONA NATIONAL Rich Showing in Pinto Creek Boston Is Getting Ready to Produce Other Globe District A sensational strike of said to be the found in dis is reported to have been made in the Old several Apparently exaggerated stories of the strike streets last t and caused considerable There was a rich strike on the 13th level of the Old its importance tias not bern on sulphide vein on the a streak of ore was encountered that is beliovel to be the highest grade copper ore ever discovered in the the itreak is only about a footand wide some takenVfrom it as sayed as high cent chute will average vthe ricinity of40 The ore is nnd native strike of na was reported from mine of the Arizona National company on Lower Pinto have been no other dernlop jnents ofinterest at Dojniuioa the bag not yetbeen but it is expected tkat the drills will the vein the All t r this month may eieeed that of ofoTer three and half pounds al though the will be well pleased record is Boston At the Great ofthe Su perior Boston work is splendidly and shaft at depth flquiValeht to the 500 level station wilT be eut arida to the the Ajneir hoist has ordered by Snell for the Great shaft Hendrie Bolthoff of Denver through the Globe Hardware At the Black Oxide mining is ning on A sill floor set of timbers isbeing installed in thfi west drift of the is 100 feet of stoping groundopened along the strike of the yein with an additional 300 feet There has no materialchange at the shaft during the pust Drifting is in the rich vein in the in direc tions and Considerable ore is station cut after the ground becomes Present work is in a well min eralized Battler The threecompartment shaft of Battler Miningcompany well under way and is now thirtyfive feet Tho mino is a new one in being located five miles fromGlobe distance frorotheSuperior has been ordcrecl the shaft byManager AV Galpinand better progress will made after its who recently sold the old Grandstaff group of claims on lower Pinto Pennsylvania capitalists who have organized the Grown Point Copper received from Meredith of the com pany to award a contract for a three tunnel on tho as the initial work of new results Associated Press News The Silver Belt this morning prints the first Associated newsit has received since a ago Theusual amount news ioweyer was not received and probably will not be in the of the MftyllENDOF TRIG TO CHECK BOBONIC PLAGUE ofthe Situation San HEALTH OFFICERS MAKE STATEMENT OF SITUATION Eighteen Half of Which Have New Case Blamed for 5 STRIKE Important Are Looked After Western i Union Directors Meet By Associated NEW of the Telegraphersunion state importantdevelopments in the teleg raphers be expected when V directors of thefeg ular quarterly The union eials decline to state the nature of the developments which they will force companies to capit The stTikers they had Tammany intense iTOgresgand of trom they wiL eslablisti t Vliners and Operators Reach Agreement and Miners1 Re turn to Work Today Arizona Commercial work to the snnking of tho new threecompartment shaft of the Black Hawk mine on the claim is still in plant for new shaft be ordered as soon as bids have been About ten companies are bidding for the which will of the finest in tho The Arizona Commercial has cut down its shipments somewhat since the tion in the price of only aooiit three cars daily being shipped from Uiej Copper considerably less from the Black Very little lowgrade except some of the silicious is being National Mining Exploration Encouraging results being ob tained at the Iron Cap mine and a good strike of ore seems a sure thing in the near In the west the 430 level north crosscut ore has been but nothing of any com mercial While there arc evi dences of considerable appearances indicate that the leached out values will be found at greater The being cut on the 600 level and it is that the bigstrikes of About feet of lateral work has been done on the 450 Arizona National The Arizona National mine is ometer that is being eagerly watched by those who are interested in the Pinto Creek as every important devel opment on that property means consid erable to the The strike of low grade ore was followed yesterday by the news of a strike of native copper on 125 levelof Tho ore was struck after the north had reached a point about fifteen feet be yond the hanging wall of the The ore obtains in stringers and bunches in a schist formation and the largest streak of it is about a foot An assay made yesterday a copper valueof 14 per cent for the Calumet Globe The shaft of the Calumet Globe is bottomed at 300 the point at which the mamigement had planned to cut a station and begin lateral but ground is so soft that it im practicable cut a station at this Further depth will bo made and Associated September A tentative agreement entered into between the Consolidated officials and relative to the Mohawkchange andthe of jurisdiction over carpen ters andelectricians was finally approv andacceptedby the miners in special session this af The men walked out at the Mo and re to work tomorrow the trouble jthat for a a general rfaeup of mines in the district an concessions were made to the operatorg watchmen and carpenters will under the jurisdiction of the that having been LAWSUIT OVER THE OLD SILVER QUEEN Thompson Sued by Salt Lake Stockh6derfor a Stock transaction of Salt Lake Utah has filed suit in the district court through his attorneys Allred Whit of Globe against Thompson for the sum of and In his complaint the plaintiff states that he had entered into a contract with the defendant who was to take shares of Queen mining at 25 cents per share that the defend ant failed to take the stock as per contract and plaintiff wag compelled to sell the shares for a less the difference in the contract price and the sale price being the amount sued The Silver Queen company is the orig inal owner of the mine beingoperated at Superior by tho Queen Copper com which hasa fifteen year lease on It is understood that one of the promoters of Queen Cop per company his now a controlling in terest in the tho Silver The latter is old com been organized about six teen years By Associated i SAN additional case of bubonic plague wasfound today board of health and four more suspects have been isolated and placed under observa The board authorized the estab lishment of a temporary hospital camp at Thence of the county hospitals will be moved from the latter which are old frame long ago condemned be burned Doctors Power and President composing the board of submitted resignations to It is understood their successors will be appointed next Dissension in the board as tothe advisability of tain measures proposed for tion of the plague and the feeling on the partof at least one member thattho new mayor should have an opportunity to appoint a board of hisown the resignations at the attendedby Bog state Austin the marine hospital adopted a report plague situation prepared by Health Officer Because alarmist reports by the publicthealth of San public tprintgof it is deemed officiallytotheAssociated Pressa state ment of facts which in a Finnish from the Thereafter caacs appeared in the city until when two were reported from the North Beach Immediately the officials of the hospitals and dispensary ies were warned to look out for similar with the result that to date teen authentic cases in all eighteen are still living and in a fair wayto There exists today no the cause of the socalled bubonic plague nor the means by which it maybeex terminated wherever international com merce in proportion to the Vol ume of the common rat and diseases of the which the plague is bouid to There is to be some five varieties of the rat two of will bite The plague bacillus is transmitted by the flea of these two varieties to Other modes of infection but very much The common rat is said to propagate every five weeks and thrives proportion its ings are As a the in San Francisco since the rats propagated to an unusual problem which the plain and presents noinsurmountable Sani tary nuisances must be and rats caught or It is proposed about getting these results in the following proved highly effective here in stamping out a similar outbreak of the disease several yearsago How to Stop Spread Every vessel which leaves orenters a California port be sul As a result no rat which enters a ship in San Francisco or elsewhere leaves it make fast the vessels to wharves fitted1 with rat When a person presents symp toms of the plague he be at re moved and the room previously occupied air fumigated with then washed and sprayed with carbolic acid solution and the contents of thoroom Best of the similarly Names of all persons re siding there also all persons who come into intimate contact the patientin order that they maybe kept under medical supervision during the following ten days period in which the disease if present would make its ap When deemed the place of if a destroyed by Many such shacks are maintained defiance of the law and it is the intention to destroy all of which lie within the bounds of the jurisdic All rats caught or found tick eted and microscopically plague infection is found the locality from which the rodent came is at once subjected to asanitary For this purpose city has been dis tricted and At tho International Congress of Physicians at in it was declared that safeguarding com against plague an international Becogriizing the validityof opinion of the mayor of San Francisco has requested the federal government to assume con trol of the has been BASEBALL IN THE LEAGUES By Associated At Chicago 4 o 3 At New York Philadelphia At i At e 5 8 11 4 11 3 5 Cleveland 3 6 4 9 National At Pittsburg 9 Chicago 5 8 Philadelphia 1 6 0 4 Second Philadelphia 5 12 Now Tork 9 11 At Boston 6 Brooklyn 5 Second 3 Brooklyn 4 GLIFFHOUSEOF E Famous Resort Overlooking Gate Destroyed by Flames Last ORIGIN OF FIRE IS MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR FOUR HUNQREDUHALF IN JAIL Bor English Pratec Rtnping hundred frightened and half Sikhs are in jail and corridors the city by between Jellingham and the British Columbia ineVarc natives of and half their way along the or Canadian territory and theprotee ionof The long expected Drive out he heard throughput and the long water front last he police were Allauthority pas and for five hours mob f half a thousand white raided mills where blacks were bat ering down the doors of lodginghouses lieltering and dragging the invaders from their and with a started them for the city limits vith orders to keep Xbecity is but there is a strong of opinion which apparently approves the action of the and it may be found impossible to irosecute the Kacial feeling played but a small lart in the Every day whites being in the mills bj the The invaders have becoirie bold and many instances of women leing pushed into the insultecl street The general uneasiness of the whites is given as thereason forthe The are all British subjects d their case is being placed before he Following a specialmeeting today if city Black took harge of the Fifty armed officers sworn in and the mayor declares as many more will be if to the blacks full Takes the Brush has been in jail several weeks charged with being but declared in mind by the has betrayed tha confidence of the sheriffs Ho to net a trusty about the jail nnd Friday ho took to the tall The officers are satis fled that he will return when he gets sufficiently House Was Unoccupied ane Who Re modeling It at Noon to Sutro By Associated SAN September The famous Cliff House of Fran first attraction for the tour was burned to ground even The fire broke out about oclock and an hour later blackened heap of ruins was all that remained of the historic house was built of wood fanned by the ocean the flames made such headway that before the nearest fire company arrived it was seen the place was doomed and more attention was paid to saying tho adjoining property than to the burning L The Cliff House been some the new lessee remodeling the Workmen were about the place until noon and then departed for the Second One Destroyed How the flre is This the second Cliff House to be de stroyed by The building which was burned today was years ago by Adolph It wag owned by the Sutro estate and was rained at Thittyfive thorisand dollars insurance wag The ClifflHonro ranked as of the beat resorts ed on a rocky promontory beyond the Golden directly above lashing waves of the affording a close of the seals disporting on the was a rgtrong rocks neat it attraction for broad porches hundreds of thousands iof people obtained their first view of mightywaters State Wants It Put Over Until1 Trial of Senator Borah for Land Frauds By Associated September state of Idaho filed a motion in the dis trict court today continuance of the case of George Pettibone for alt leged conspiracy in the Steunenberg The case had been set for October The defense opposed tho but Judge making no for mal said it be necessary tocontinue case until the trial of Senator Borah is announced that it would make a ruling next Attorney Hatvley of the prosecution fho is defending Senator said that the government claims it will re quire four weeks to try the Borah but the defense is of the opinion that it will not take more than two for the horse is sati fied that Ortiz I abou five miles for the doubl of animal a neede restandi to officers their return after ing Ortiz is about years I old that will probablyb givena hearing a forma charge Of grand larceny having bee entaredagainst Successful Dance The dance given by the Globe base ball team last evening at Dreamlari proved to be a splendid bot financially and About 13 couples attended and all had a deligh ful The grand march led Fred Green and Van The boys are under great obi gations to the Globe City band for play ingseveral selections in front of Dream land if tertheir band concert last even Excellent Performance The production of Damon and Pyth ias by Pinal Lodge under th direction of Lawrence McCarty next Wednesday evening promises to be th finest amateur performance everstagec in for th leading Miss Solly Armstronj who part Calanthe theibeautiful Greek Miss Arm strong is said to have developed rare theapian talent under the tuition o Miss Helen Gage of Tombstone who to play a graduate of the Sacred con vent of Oakland is an accomplished musician as well as an amateur actresi ofrare October Miss Gagi will gotoNewYork to prepare herself for a stage career at theEmpire The OVER SCORE DEAD it Another Horror in Esperanza Mines in Terror Stricken 9y Associated ANTONIO September Af specialto Mon e says ire mines nwhich Tho Jre damp to alJeviate the sufferings of the wound ed every being made to the Consternation reigns among miners on account of the number of mine fires hat occurred there of V Bittea by Bulldog True ofBye was a visitor in the city making a hurried trip rom his home up He was bit en by a fearing serious hastened to Globe for medical reatmeut Canby of the itaS cauterized the LYINTED FINALLY CAPTURED ThatcherHorse Thief Taken Near Wheatfields and Horse Is Recovered Got Himself Shea appeared in Justic Thom as court yesterday morning to secure the release of a parcl who had been pinched for imbibing too tho previous Denny seemed be considerably under tho weather himself and found him guilty of di the of the of the peace s office fined him The surprise of Denny was so great that he paid his Exciting Runaway One of the horses of the Old Domin ion companys coach team furnished an exciting runaway iiithe down town dis trict In front of Shute s liv cry the vehicle collided with an other and made a tour of down town streets attached to the no serious damage was done and no oiie was in The horse thief for whom ths officers lave been scouring the surrounding country for the lastweek is to be EOW a prisoner in tho county The black mare he is alleged to have stolen at Thatcher and the stolen sad dle are in possession of the sheriffs Of tho horse and saddle there is no doubt and the who lives in the Gila was notified of their recoverylast The suspect gave the name of Kafael Ortiz and claims that he operating a wood camp with his brother in the mountains near He claims also that he has lived here for over a year and that tho horse was recently pur chased by his brother The wife of the denied yesterday that her husband owned any animal bearing the description of the stolen Ortiz arrested yesterday by Dep uty Sheriff Fred who lives near saw Ortiz passing his place yesterday morning and the animal and rider from the descrip tion him by Deputy Voris tho preceding He followed Ortiz and placed him under bringing him immediately to Deputy who spent several days AUTOS IN LONG 5PEEHONIEST One Machine Explodes in Mor ns Park 24Hour Injuring Two Men By Associated NEW September racing automobiles whirled around the track at Morris Park early today in a twentyfoui hour auto speed Nine autos started last but dur ing the night two machines broke One machine exploded svhile being filled with gasoline aucl were ly The the hour is as follows Renault G95 629 Hitchkiss 563 401 Deidrick 400 Deidrick Lozier drivenby which was in fourth place in the was put out of commission by an acci dent shortly before Michener was making fast tinio on of the turns when one of the front tires gave way and the machine gvrerved sharply toward the The driver pluckily stuck to his wheel andguided the racer through the ojjen the road had been aridjmissed the post by a narrow As the car reach ed the rough ground outside the fence ti turned throwing Michener and his mechanic thirty feet away were badly but no bones were A few moments later the tiro on one of the front wheels of the Lozier exploded on the stretchand the racer made a dash for tho bue Smelzer managed to keep it on the A new tire on and Tjink round took charge of the Smelzer retiring a After a few rounds Liukround ran offi the track and through the but escaped He the car outside the fence and ro entefeS tho track through the shuttingoff The spec tators applauded him as the car resumed tho IS Judge ofHa beas Corpus at RELEASED YESTERDAY OF IsEasily Made by North Globe Man Charged with to Secure Admittance to Daniel been in the county jail of out of office late yesterday at least Denied his lib erty by Hinson Thomas in justice court Daniel and Judge of Phoe applied to Judge the sec ond judicial district for writ of ha beas the wag heard Fridayat Tombstone Late yesterday a was received by Judge HirisonThomas signed by Daniels attorneys and stat ug had been admitted to bail in the sum of bbncLtp be approved by Judge Daniel wag immediately notifiedand there wag no trouble sible men to qualify as Daniels The names attached to Danielsbond are Balph Mill Wil Smith and Lyman The first hree named qualifled for fach and the othersfor lesser amounts Aggre gating Daniel Wasimmediately released from custody by Deputy Sher ff Attorney returned from Tombstone last the for habeas corpus waa ranted apon a showing made the loealH with upplementary as to the nn anitary affidavits Ined in other Jrif and that the unsanitary condition if the caused ilation iwjthjir heart and iberty irntilthe next grand rtff was 6t ames Brown in une 27 the alleged justiflcatibn leiog that Brown had insulted his sis er and threatenedhis own The bond given Daniel is one of he heaviest ever made in this TEACHEBS ASSIGNED School Begins Tomorrow Morning With Heavy Enrollment The long summervacation is at am nd and tomorrow school will or the year A heavy enroll ment is expected when school opens to as there have been arrivals in the city duringthe summer nd it is probablethat there e of the ehil renwho will be At a meeting yesterday afternoon the oliowing assignments gradeswere tade Central School A and AG and Hefley A4 and B4 and Hordr A3 and Al andBlVMiss North South High Jvillionl into a While the bandconcert was in pro ress last evening an enraptured lis the watermelon atch in front of Andersons ry store and into one ofthe V promise to for the damaged window ended the Conservatory of Music It be of interest to themusic ircles ofGlobeand those parents wio ave children whom theywish to give B advantages of a musical know that Miss Narcissi Chapman of hassignifiedher in antion of locating in Miss bapmoji agraduate of the Cincin ati Conservatory of one of the ery foremost schools of the To be a graduate hat institution is of itself a gaaran e of unusual musical for jpshod work is there and nly those who have talent of a high rdef aro granted a The experience of this young lady vers a period of a dozen as jacher of music some of the best igli schools in Tennessee She is not nly a teacher of and professor on the vocalist Miss to is LO result of anearnest solicitation on je friends who are id who appreciatethe value ofhav ag so musician residing She will arrive in thevcity about eptember
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