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Arizona Silver Belt (Newspaper) - October 27, 1907, Globe, Arizona ARIZONA SI1JHER BELT Volume Number GILA OCTOBER Established IS NOW UP TO GLOBE TO TIE Government Has Appropriated for Pinal Forest GLOBE MUST FURNISH FOR SAME WORK House at Foot of Mounr jn has beeji pounds ore netted the company on a 15cent ore came from the shaft at feet of was shaft is now 700 feet deep and numer ous been the 500 some lateral work showed lent consisting car bonate leaving the 500 went throiighledge heaviiyvmineral ized at feet an eightyfoot ledge wascut The mines at of velopment bettor than the1 the mineralization heavywith of sink to 800 level andvtobegiii ex ploratory work on that is thecom isstrongly includingable cnt mm OF THE The Certificates to Be Issued Will Not Gain Ueneiial Circulation But Will be Used to the Banks to Keep in Needs of General Busi ness Large Amounts of VIEWS OF As I Kayo already I F ANDREW FIERPONT MORaAN AND PRESIDENT I cannot i cial authorities have his cabinet to enforce Jwiseiy and the flurry wlitfsoon blow the abuse strongly emphasize theimportance of andtlie flurry thai the litest1 in October pervispr Swift of the Mount Graham Final national if crests has received advices from the interior department at that piiation been made forvarious on these additions authorized as a telephone telephone will be constructed from Saflord to Port thence to Graham to Camp thenceto the Gibiion and Jacobson mills and to jhas been ordered and tut soon as it arrivbs thework of eonstruetion Strong Effort Made by Vfine Bob will be of the great service to forestrybmcergj mill men stockmen and Foi trail work A trail be up v Erye canyonsiyand to and For ahouse for of the sum of wasWllowed fora at Camp For repairing bridges Frye was For a house on the Pinhl The of was appropriated for a road from G16beto the peakin the Final condition thai Globe the8ame pur and that the county supervisors place theroad to the reservation in good expoctiitionof peopleof iGlobe to use thepeak as FORMER GLOBE LADY SUMMONED BY DEATH Testerday ceived news of Mrs Alma Mr occurred and Davis residents of Davis principal Globe public The news Of Davis deathwill blow many most lovable and had a Host of She was a graduate of the Tempe Normal and a of Miss Grace who ing The Davis death isintensified bya bright little boy less than 2 left motherless The Globe fouryears ipsir iEXIENSIVE Colorado Arizona Will Re sume Work December Rich First Marsh financial secretary of the rado Copper Belt andGold Mining and Milling leaves early this week for his home after spending a week the his visit to Globeand he is more pleased with and its prospects for the He paid several visits to the of his with Phillipsand aSilver represent ativehe stated last condi tions at the mine and the indieations for making it a great had him Despite in Marsli is optimist and believesthat conditions will better a shorttime and that the copper mining industry better than ever for the revorso it has during tho last few V The ArizonaColoradowillresumeop erations on a extensive scale than ever manage of the company has recentlyre ceived returns on the andonly pistrict Attorney sprang something of a yes he swore to anew com charging Daniel murder causing arrest for the second There was a stormy Justice and time Thomas new1 mas when the ney charged thecoiirt the Daniel It tliat Judge corpus ceedings instituted bythe attorneys order prisoner bail sum action on the alleged finding1that committed under of in ond The district theSecond of get the defendant before a mightpossibly regarding Tho copy of the writ granted bond by Ddarudidnot reach city that reason no action takenby Judge Nave on the bond and Daniel still re county jail Attorney move and1 lawyers are this Jcoen that Daniel not en titled bond and making a1 strong effort to see that he1 not get GovernmentWants Cable for trical one million pounds of which thG fed eral for use in the wire cable for of tlie Salt Kiyericclaniation jinj Arizona were forwarded1to governTnent pur people realizing that the greatest irijuryi that can be in the presentsitua tion is thoughtless funds from the banks and then holding cash posit vaults thus drawing the of capital1always needed in suchemergencies as that which the financial worldhas con fronted during the I was delighted read news this morning was Surprised I the fallin stocks so small the is not alarm ing the country investors have only laws the abuse powers by certain is only a deyice to political The wise and heroic secretary of the splen efforts withthe assisi ance of the clearing have strated sound financial condition thei the ship ments and facilitate less But associated Banks business shoiild require should be hpweverjAhat had greatest modern tiines anil f ate that must come has already1 it will Weniajrhave a sea son that period the1 rapid all TAQC fTlfl frnrit in the nature at will recent fall in truest cpn scnsitive points froiii andtrust companies suf ifgred the withdrawal of being for part All the institu to on de mand up of on Saturday of in meiisures was the issue loan certificates i f or the daily at but ifse banks tokeep cireul1ationf6r the needs of general largeamounts of currency would1 required for settlement of daily clear ing are to extend thebenefit of certificates to J trust well as to banks are at present mbmbers of the Anjother important feature oftodays was the annoaiLeement by the trust to Flnan1 resolve of the and Nation October and growing the dominant features ia liatioji when the1 great still Rafter haying unprecedented demands past week withr signal dempnstratioiis resisting came the adoption1 of new and important measure to a of acute Although the stock exchangeand other tie i clearing house certlft catesaiid wiE thus large paxt the president JSTational City was informed that it had over to the man claiming to have beoh tolook for the The salopniman failed to come through1 with moneyand the suit against the In the case Arizona Copper Greer motion for trial wag deniedand plaintiff notice of to the supreme involves the title a number of mining claims The case was tried number of in district court andj was decided in favor of Judgment for the plaintifE en tered the Charles against the City of an action to quiet title to certainlands the hill Hill to appropriate a of the prpperty involved in this action for street pur Slack commenced possessipn and ialso asgertiDgvthat he would be damaged in the of the was The city was temporarilir and the court ielS wa8 nightthat Which Soutlwest night the would ajjipeal su The be admitted the It that be considered far tion tnistcompanies f oiv admission to the clearingihpusej might havr ing made from clear ing that ishallj Jceep in their own cent of their is larger reserve than1 inpst companies the the go beypnd in on in taken oratwith tlie house andbankBto trust the situation danger which some It was trust was to be left the clear ing house It was Cussion oiwbprgauis5a of resuming QUIET EXCHANGE Speculation and Dealing on Margins Was Persistently Repressed NEW Quiet conditions reigned throughout the two hours session of the stock exchange procedure whereby loans made on iPriday carry overuntil the Monday im mediate borrowing not and the1 direct on money positionto that extent The act ive influence of ipeculatiye activity dealingson margins as withundiminished Tras nfl nn fti nn felt by conservative that it would not prudenttopursue a nar severely do pressed isv re garded as a of strength in the banking At the close of trading accord ingto figures locally by H Bru quotations were as 1 row policy to the this engagement is the beginning what a mpyement of NewYork from existtrig market very favorable for the and is no be met insqeuring metal So as be1 needed certificates ilVbe tpthe sat isfaction the appointed that it is for for and their ability to deposit proper limit is fixed to the amount to be it is hoped tlie amount Another stepwas taken which de signedto offset tlie unfavorable which might be procliiced by the fact that the clearing in a ppsHionto outof wpuld The clearing house banksshowedto day a Specie of which nearly aij is in gold arid legal tender of These items shpwed in tlie bank statement of today as pared with aweek total reserye atf was only legal mentsof per While tne decline the be limit is the subr ject infrequently be curs during andstill leaves at the of theTjanks under or Bid Amalgamated Anaconda American GSS5 Union Pacific wouldnot excite Eaf Daniel fuller Deserr Cburt was in session Jast until 10 Judge leave tpmofrow for Solqmon where 0ctobcr term of INNOCENT IN MEXICAN HpVELS Rescued pie of rOut the celebrated case has and which three yearsj stirred in ha nijty that he had atlast securedI through the courts of iumy the amountpf the ed f or which was fouiidr3 in the of the States ling of the land made of the Cliftonfamilies seventeen from many 4Ti agent iby o the amount Btitutiony turned a verdict holding thatdeceased had result congestion1 of and an Calumet Cbpper Haiige North Dominion Chicagp toIssue Certificates Consolidated 1163 ah Consolidated DennArizpna that death by afall on The evidencewent Asked was about 42 of age and1 that until about twov weeks he was employed on the OldDomin ion fifteen diays prior to his he had been1ona He spent of last of inthe afternoon started the1 Northernbridge in the of stum and f ell oi the He was picked up inan uncon scious condition and taken to his at the liocidy removed the county he died on Fridaymorning with regaining OnMonday afternoon about the hour that railway bridge two negroes years they States the He nbV tfie of Mr andjMrs and Gatti T he i inore would i than ellow bears his It was four years agoin December that Agent Swain of hospital Tieyrcaine ticketed to Mexicati families f of 16 west classand that and each f or Tlie how En ilies of Mdrenci obtained the i the minaii who lived in southwestrf our but seventeen children were returned pital Twoofthe after Superior Plttsburg the j clearing house associationtonight an affeefceci by such one of tlie which mem bers of thecommittee oppose itheis suance taken PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT IS FORTYNINE TODAY has decided to issue clearing house also banks shoulclirequire jfrom1 notice providedfor eonnectipn with Associated Prcsiclerit Eoosevelt 4D associated banks be kept substan IMPORTATION OF GOLD Will Keep Cash Keseryies of Associated Banks NEW October indi chasing Sufficient cableisre old Besides quiet intact miiec Tin will tionof Tlie disposition of pean banks to of during last few months is having least one good and that there is but a obligationto covered this hence governmentoi1 crops mot ofgold to quired for a double circuit sixty miles he will receive congratulations in lengtli for1 transmission Of power from the members of Hungarian club of New thuscontimiihg a custom instituted by that club several presenting themselves ofthe United States anniversary of his developed between Eoosevolt dam to an auxiliary pumping that is being located on tlio1 side of the The purchase will approximate GRUESOME EXHIBITS IN STEVE ADAMS CASE Bjv October YESTEBDAYS FOOTBALL SCORES Associated Ithaca Firm andTTnchanged NEW remained unchanged the absence of London firm and lead and spelter quiet at recent I prices iron i i wiiuc in possessionof on both fell one ession his head losintt consciousness the Avfuiiciwan losing consciousness Hblstines death wasannounced on Friday people who negro clients and soon a plausible that Holstine had been as that his assailahl iad his reaeh ed oiBeial circles and case was with the result Wins from ment forGregovtch andDivorce Suits district court in the case M Giogovich as tion on bodyiof H61stine reyealed the fact iiis notbeen j the of as from nilments superinduced use of liquor that fiill on the railroad his demise Holstine of be lieved to brother of the was notified and will on Monday to takechargerof the following gentlemen jserved on tlie coiouers jury Walter Gatesi William Frank iGill Pat Drtrrt Secretary judgment against lowing statement to ifegiven to Pat administrator of tho estate deceased entered by sppeial from exhibits in the Steve Adams case were turned over to clerk of by Clerk of Shoshono the trial Tvhieli iesurhed next In tho exhibits turned over are skele ton that ofFred tho murdorod and letters to found in the iiotliing some and remains edibles ture of oi the dead man ledgpr containing a number of names shipment of yet at the former trial The shipment this by a representative of the 26 Pennsyl New York clearing Secretary asked that they convey to the clearing househis of the courageous1 and highminded manner iii which they upheld tho inter1 csts of tlie in of tho people of the wliole Cortulyou called and ex pTessed in terms 1 On the occasion call on lain and the was Princeton 13 Cornell Villa of Ann 22 Point 30 CjPickinsoii diiected to pay the amount of the judg meiit andcosts indiie course tho administration of the two years1 ago while Slianley officiating as sheilfr of and confined This beautiful esthouse the present weekat Dream a well to judge from the many expressions of approval Theie Tras lots of clevev acting and specialties botweei Shrewsbury Sisters had a new and exceedingly clever dancing the only villei field for the bounty jail charged with caused tliem to recalled time after f He was accused of something time V like in silver dollars the I By request The backbar of a local tho j will be giveaattho iuatiriee perforin eo at this and tonight By police suspected of having the of theprince The prisoneris a member South police iiimed He in Chippenham paik where the kingu lias shooting this week and was going to tiouof gnu andall Louis Croightori meeting tlio subcornmiiteo declare whon taken into cus intended to shoot the boss who wab shooting here After a preliiuiuary examination in police court for further inquiry re Carding iliia patt life It appears he participated the Taroeson under they impression that anco against Bang Ed ward3 left JSTcwniarket early yesterday andreturned to Lon
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