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DAlLY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Friday, January 11, 190
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OFFICE, Over Postoffice, Globe, Arizona
dtOBE SIGHTS AND
T SILVER BELTLETS
torrent Newa of Busy Ulobo Told In
. Judge Navo will leave tomorrow for
Jjoonix to attonil the session of tho
territorial supremo court.
j.Mra. Solomou loft yesterday for hor
ltaine at Solomonvillp after a visit with
JifeV daughter, Mrs. -Max Lnutin.
; Attorney J. Weinberger loft yestor
ilAy morning for Denver, where he ox
pA'ts to spoml five weeks on business
The Non Nobis Solom elub will moot
with Miss Grace Dodge at the Dominion
' hotel .Monday night and make social
plkuH for the future.
11. Q. liobcrtson has returned from
Tempo, whoro ho spent tho holidays with"
his family. He made the return trip
by way of Roosovelt.
Captain and Mrs. Harris of the Sal
vation Army arrived in Globe ladt even
ing from Douglas and will be stationed
here. They have been at Douglas for
the last eight months,
There was a well attended dance nt
Dreamland last evening, the first dance
which has been held nt this popular
,placeof amusement for some time. Tho
jhusic was furnished by Professor Gal
Nothing has been heard of Frank
Faust, the miner who has been missing
vsince Christmas. Any information re
garding him will be thankfully received
Sby his relatives and should be addressed
Jo the Silver Belt.
' J. S. Duey, a former resident of
Globe, arrived in the city yesterday,
jComing on horseback from Kelvin. Mr.
JiDuey is uow making his homo at Hisbee
jjWith his son Harry of the firm of Duoy
Jfc Overlook. He expects to remnin here
, For several days.
Former patrons of Knight Parker will
be pleased .to learn that he is again in
the blacksmith and wagon making busi-.
boss at tho old stand north of Barclay,
Higdon & Co.'s stables, he having tiiken
back the business which he recently sold
to A. du Merril & Co.
Attorney Charles L. Tlawlins will
leave for Phoenix today. He will ap
pear before the supremo court in the
famous Graham county water case. The
isuit is that of the Smithvillo Canal
company against the Montezuma Canal
company and tho litigation involves
'over a thousand people.
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DOUBLE MARRIAGE AT
THE KINNEY HOUSE
Wednesday evening Judge P. C. Rob
ertson performed a doublo mnrriago
ceremony in the parlors of tho Kinney
house. All of the principals are resi
dents of Livingston. The first coro
ninny united William C. McFaddon and
Miss Marian Sunders, and in tho sec
ond the contracting parties were Lonnie
'. f. Sanders and Miss Idena D. Wood.
Both couples will spend a short honey
moon in Globe before returning to Liv
Our Literary Statesmen
With the president nnd Secretary
. Taf t writing for tho magazines, it looks
as if there's a conspiracy to crowd
Cleveland out. Atlanta Constitution.
Shca on tho Stand
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, January 10. Cornolius P.
Shea was placed on the stand to testify
in his own defense today. He ' was
sworn, but before ho could give evi
dence, the attorneys became involved
in an argument regarding its admissi
bility and the court adjourned until to
morrow without Shea giving his testi
mony. Fair Today
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, January 10. Fore
east for Arizona: Fair Friday and Sat
urday except snow Friday In northeast
iSiow Open to the Public
Eighty rooms, singlo nnd ensuite. Thirty rooms with baths
Hot and cold water in all rooms. Gas and electric lights
Entire building heated by steam
American Plan, $3 and up. European Plan, $1 and up
A. HANSEN, Manager
at Once !
By Associated Press.,
NRW YOHK, January .10. It was
announced today that all old directors
of tho Standard Oil Company of Now
Jersey were re-elected at tho meeting
of the corporation held in Jersoy City
a fow days ago, and A. C. Bedford was
added to tho board. It was stated that
thero will bo no change in t.io officers
of the company whon tho board .moots
AGAIN IN ERUPTION
By Associated Press.
HONOLULU, January 0. Tho crater
of the summit of tho volcano of Mauna
Loa Woke out at midnight. The erup
tion forms a magnificent spectacle which
is visible a hundred miles at sea.
TO INVESTIGATE ALLEGED
REBATING IN KANSAS
By Associated Press.
TOPKKA, Kan., January 10. It was
announced here today that when the in
terstate commerce commission sits at
Wichita on February 4 it will consider
complaints against the Santa Fe, -Missouri
Pacific and other western roads re
garding giving robates and unjust dis
crimination against certain shippers.
UTILITY TLANTS TO BE
TAKEN OVER THIS WEEK
Bepresentntives of the Globe Gns,
Klectric & Water company are expected
in the city tonight or tomorrow and
tho gas, electric and water plants re
cently purchased from Cottee & James
will be formally taken over before the
end of the weok.
FOUND GUILTY OF
KILLING JAP BANKER
Bv Associated Press.
"SAN FRANCISCO, January 10. Af
ter a trial lasting three .days John Siem
son, one of the gns pipe murderers, was
today found guilty of murder in the
first degree by a jury in the superior
court for .the murder of the manager of
a Japanese bank last October.
RUSSIA TO HAVE BIG
By Associated Press.
ST. PETKHSBUKG, January 10. The
new budget will contain appropriations
for two 21,000-ton warships to havo a
speed of twenty-one knots an hour and
ten 12,000-ton war vessels.
Not Aiding Revolutionists
fly Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, January 10. The
Nicaraguan minister today assured Sec
rotary Root that his country is not aid
ing tho revolutionists in Honduras and
that tho two governments arc on tho
best of terms.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF GILA, TERRITORY OF
Notice is hereby given that It. C.
Wagner, the administrator of the es
tate of G.eorgo W. Wagner, deceased,
having filed in this court his annual ac
count and report of his administration
of the estate of said deceased. The
hearing. of tho samo has been fixed by
said court for Saturday, tho 19th day
of January, 1907, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon of said day, at tho courtroom
thereof, at Globe, in tho County of
Gila, and all persons interested in tho
said estate are notified then nnd there
to appear and show Causo, if any thero
be, why said account should not bo al
lowed and settled.
P. O. ROBERTSON, Clerk.
Dated January 9, 1907.
J. B. Newman Disposes of In
terest in Charley Claims to
I. N. Kinsey
A half intorost in tho Charley No. 1
uiid Charley No. 2 claims on lower Pinto
creek was sold yesterday by J. B. New
man to I. N. Kinsey. Whilo tho price
was not made public, it is understood
that it was a very large one for a half
interest in an undeveloped property.
Tho claims are splendidly located, ly
ing between tho property of tho Ari
zona National and the claims of the
newly organized Calumet & Globe com
pany. Tho lead knowu as the Brewery
ur McNelly, which traverses the prop
erties of both companies, extends the
full length of tho Charley claims, and
recent developments nt the Arizona Na
tional have demonstrated its high value.
Tho owner of tho other half interest
is Dr. T. Shields Collins, who, with D.
D. Sullivan recently sold tho Brewery
and three other claims for $05,000 to
the Calumot & Globe company.
Have Good Group
.tames Armstrong is in from Uich
mond Basin, where Joo Cobbledick and
he own a group of mining claims, in
cluding tho Brewstor claim on which
they have opened n very rich vein of
silvor nnd copper ore. A shipment made
Inst summer returned 1,1!2G ounces in
silvor and 5 per cent copper to tho ton
and they have since taken out consider
able ore running about the same silver
and running as high as 15 per cent
CAUSE A DULL MARKET
Bv Associated Press. , ,
NEW YORK, January 10. Tho stock
markot was exceedingly dull today.
There wns somo appearance of absorp
tion of a few stocks. Thero was strik
ing movemcut in New York Central.
Tho activities of the interstate com
merce commission wns perccptiblo in
the early business of Union Pacific and
a weakness in tho Gould stocks. There
was a sharp break in the Canadian Pa
Call loans ruled below C per cent.
No bids were higher thnu the per
cont lor any period. The disturbing ef
fect of the break in the Gould and
Canadian Pacific groups impaired the
curlier strength of the market and the
closing was irregular with a mixed
showing of net chnuges.
WORK AGAIN BEGINS
AT G0LDFIELD MINES
By Associated Press.
GOLDFIELD, Nov., January 10. Of
the total number of votes enst yester
day by the miners other than members
of the Western Federation of Miners,
1,29.1 were east in favor of settling the
strike by accepting the operators' sched
ules and 574 agaipst the proposition.
This gives the proposition a majority
of 85 votes, as the union strike settle
inents must be agreed ujkhi by a two
Scarcely had the announcement been
made when scores of mine owners re
engaged old hands and immediately
began work long before daylight.
FOREIGN TRADE OF
MIKADO BREAKS RECORD
By Associated Press.
TOKIO, January 10. Certain details
of tho budget for J90I-03 were learned
today. A total of $55,000,000 is pro
vided for army expenditures, which in
cludes tho formation of four new divi
sions. The navy is allotted $10,000,000,
including $25,000,000 which is to bo de
voted to tho increasing of tho efficiency
of the service.
Tho foreign trade of Japan for the
year 1907 broke nil previous records,
amounting to $120,100,000. Fiscal pros
pects of the country are regarded as
very bright. It is stated ujmiii author
ity that, although four new army divi
sions are being organized, drastic cur
tailments in this branch will be effected
by the projected reorganization of hea
vy field artillery, quick-firing batteries
JUDGE HARGIS' TRIAL
By Associated Press.
JACKSON, Mich., January 10. The
trial of Judge James Hargis, charged
with participating in tho assassinntion
of Dr. Cox in this city three years ago,
was suddenly postponed today as the
result of a writ of prohibition asked
by the commonwealth's attorney in tho
court of appeals. The petitioners de
clared that Judge William Carnes of
Willinmstown, who was appointed by
Governor Beckham to try the case, is
conducting tho trial in an arbitrary
manner and is overstepping the bounds
of the law.
By Associated Pres9.
CHICAGO, January 10. Cattlo: Re
ceipts, 7,000; market steady to strong.
Beeves, 4.15 to 7.15; cows aud heifers,
1.05 to 4.25; stockers and feeders, 2.C0
to 4.75; calves, 0.50 to 7.85.
Hogs: Beccips, 2,000; mnrket 5 cents
higher. Mixed and butchers, 6.25 to
C.22K'; good heavy, 0.40 to fl.55; rough
heavy, 0.20 to 0.30; light, 0.20 to QMVy,
pigs, 5.55 to 0.25; bulk of sales, 0.42
Sheep: Receipts, 18,000; market was
steady. Sheep, 3.50 to 5.75;' lambs, 4.75
Silver Belt want ads brings results.
THE COUNTRY HOUSE.
A noom Apart That Skoald Bt
Known na I lie "OMcf."
The most prlvutely conducted home
must communicate with Increasing fre
quency with the world outside. The
coul raau, the leu man, the automobile
repair shop must be upbrulded or ca
joled. Reports must be reviewed, ac
counts kept, bills examined nnd the
senders occasionally treated with a
check. From n room removed from
tbo rest of the house one must speak
-with the ralhvny station, settle with
the expressman or deliberate with the
chauffeur or coachman, for none of
these things should disturb the tran
quillity of the home or the equnnnmlty
of guests. If the house Is to minister
to all the activities of n home It Is
high time that space be devoted to this
mechanism of living. For want of a
better term n room devoted to such a
purpose may be called the "ofllco" of
the house. Here the telephone stands
on a table that bears also the mis
cellaneous utensils and printed mutter
that are nlwnys wanted In a house
when they cnmiotyo found. Here nre
cookbooks, gardening books, diction
aries, time tables, while n few old
plates, a cast or two. bits of Dresden,
water colors aud a few cherished pho
tographs relieve an otherwise hum
drum collection of necessities. Here
arriving parcels are placed and the
dally mail opened. Mysterious cup
boards there nre nnd drawers with
locks tlmt work. Indoors nnd Out
French and BngliMli Women ua They
Croaa u Mtiddy Street.
See a Parlsleune cross u muddy
street. She advances tiptoe to the
edge of the pavement, poises like a
bird ready for a tllght, deftly raises
her dress more than enough to show
her embroidered skirt, the dainty hose
and elegant bottlues, aud without more
delay she trips across, toe aud heel
barely touching and the mud refusing
to cling to the fulry feet that hardly
leave an Impression on It. Landed on
the other side, she gives her fine feath
ers a little shake Into place uud pusses
on with shoes that look us If Just put
on ut that moment.
Watch mi Englishwoman Immediate
ly afterward. She reaches the curb
stone, comes to u dead standstill aud
stolidly contemplates the muddy road.
Finally she Kelects a route. Then,
very cautiously, she lifts her dress,
making sure Unit the tops of her
shoes are under cover; then, slowly
advancing, she puts her right foot out.
Plump It goes, the water oozing over
It, and -then .splash, splash, splash, un
til the other side Is reached, when,
with soiled skirts und soaked shoes,
she proceeds on her wet nnd muddy
Nothing could be more characteristic
of their resiectlve nationalities, und
nothing could be more amusing than
their mutual contempt for each oth
er's way. Tr:' is ted From tho
French For St. I.. Republic.
Ucb'i Unix and Wouien'm Vella.
"I see here that u woman writer
wonders why a man always looks In
his hat before he puts It on." said the
reflective man us he looked up from
his paper. "Here Is what she says:
'When a man puts on his hat he most
always looks Inside It first. What he
expects to see remains a mystery, but
he looks for It, all the same.' That's
easy. He looks In his hut to see If the
knot holding the inside bund together
will be at the' back of his head when
he puts It on. Now, If she'll tell .me
why a woman always pulls down her
veil and purses up her mouth before
she steps out of doprs we'll cull It
square." New York Press.
" Side Whlakera.
In her last novel. "The Dream and
the Business," Mrs. Cralgle. I regret to
note, used the expression "side whisk
ers." The redundant "side" Is to be
found also In Meredith, Dickens, the
greater Richardson. Bronte. Cnlne.
Corelll, Sims and Shorter. As a matter
of fact, unless otherwise stated, the
least; Intelligent reader would take It
for granted that the whiskers were
worn on the side of tho face, ns Indeed
is the fisunl practice. The terms "lip
whisker" (mustache; and "chin whisk
er" (benrdette) are Americanisms.
Pall Mali Gazette.
Juat Like HI in.
The Itcv. Wniter Coltou, author of
"Ship, fnd Shore" nnd other books,
gave a most forcible Illustration of the
character of an officer on board the
ship to ivhleh he was attached us chap
lain. Tile olllcer was always meddling
with other people's business and was
seldom; In h!s own place. Consequently
he waj'most unpopular with the sali
ors. One of them, goaded to unusual
Irritntjiii, said one day. "I do believe
that af the general resurrection the
llcutcijint will be found getting out of
somebody else's grave."
j The Soft Anmver.
"Johany" said the stern parent, "my.
father; used to whip me when I be
haved, at the table as badly as you nre
"W.U" rejoined the precocious
youngster "I hope I'll never have to
make a confession like that to my little
j Effect of High J.lrlng-.
Goolman Gonrong Wake up, pard.
Wot le groanln' about? Tuffold Knutt
(rubu'ug his eyes) Gosh, but I've, hud
a horrlblo dream 1 I thought I'd got a
Job o' vorfc an wira doln' the mani
curing fur a octopus. Chicago Tribune."
Supplicant I'm fnlut from lack of
food, Rich Lady (generously) How
dreadful! Here, smell my vinaigrette.
"The best remedy I know for reced
ing gums," says a dental surgeon, "Is to
saturate soda or bicarbonate of soda.
used freely as a wash and also In miufi
suglng the gums. The soda solution ii
soothing to the Irritated flesh and la
also strengthening. In massaging rub
the gums with a rotary motion from
the roots downward so that nny pus
that might have formed between the
teeth aud the gums will be forced out,
for If left around the roots the foreign
matter will decay and may eat Into
them and ruin tho teeth."
Advertise in the Silver Belt.
OVER THE GILA RIVER
Trains did not cross tho Gila bridgo
yesterday as was anticipated, but pas
sengers, baggage and mail wore trans
ferred at the bridge, tho train from the
south arriving hero at 11 o'clock Inst
night. Today trains will bo allowed
to cross tho bridge at least that is"
what is promised 'by tho company and
information given out by tho company
is nlwnys rcliablo--sometimes.
Tho train which arrived hero last
night did not make a direct connection
with Bowie and ti large number of pas
sengers are waiting nt Bowio for a
train to Globe.
Notico is hereby given that thero will
bo a meeting of the citiezns of Globe
townsite at tho Firemen's hall on Wed
nesday, " February 13, 1907, at 7:30
o'clock p. in, for tho purpose of appro
priating tho surplus money in said town-
site fund to public use.
P. C. KOHKRTSON, Trustee
Oarmack for Prohibition
Denouncing tho liquor power and
pledging himself to work for the ex
termination of saloons in Tennessee,
United Slates Senator Carmnck has con
ditionnlly nccoptcd tho' presidency of
the Anti-Saloon league, giving as his
only reason for not taking supremo hold
at ouco that ho fears his enemies might
attempt to disrupt tho league.
Tho offer of tho presidency of the
league was mado to Sonntor C'nrmack
over a weok ago by tho Rev. Dr. W. E.
Thompson, who has tentatively held the
position since tho resignation of Dr. K.
K. Folk. Senator Carmnck 'h acceptance
has been urged from many points in the
state by peoplo allied with tho move
ment. "With Senator Cnrmnck to lead the
fight," said Dr. Thompson, "and with
Tennessee already more of a prohibition
state than either Texas or Mississippi,
both of which are to bo regarded as
prohibition, we will place Tennessee In
line against the sale of liquor in every
form." Memphis, Tumi., dispatch to
the New York Times.
Advertise in the Silver Belt.
Brandies and wines for muli'.inal
purposes, pure stun, good nnd oid. M.
Douoiigh's. We hnvc a fresh lot of dill pickles.
Tho Globe Markot, Dennis Murphy,'prn
Van Wagenon will give you an esti
mate on any kind of painting or paper
iug. We guarantee our work and ma
Stock companies incorporated. If yon
havo stocks or bonds for sale, let me
try to sell them for you. George M
Kellogg, broker, ,510 Ellicott square.
$2.50 Children's Cashmere
Dresses for $1.25
$15.00 Ladies' Tailor-made
$1.00 Ladies' Eiderdown
"Everything in Ladies'
Skirts, Coats, Millinery
Furs, Underwear, Hos
iery, Etc., Etc."
D0LPH BAATZ & CO.
North of Bridge I
QUICK SERVICE, MEALS
AND SHORT ORDERS A
SPECIALTY. IN REAR
OF STAG SALOON : : :
SHOR iflmd JIM
Let the Baker Do the Work!
THE WAGON WILL CALL AT YOUR
HOME WITH A FULL LINE OF
BREAD, PIES AND PASTRY.
LET THE BAKER DO THE WORK
WHITE LEGHORN EGGS
$1.00 per setting
C. P. BRE1TENTEIN. West of Graveyard
H. C. Hopkins
Boon U, WigttMR MMiM. Globe
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
Capital and Surplus, $95,000
L. D. RlCKETTS D. W. WlCKERSHAM . T. A. PASCOE
A. T. Thomson H. S. VanGorder
C. E. Mills H. W. Horn Ph. Freudenthal
I. E. Solomon
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your home insured. Policies
written in only the strongest
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The Great Sale at the
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has to go and every article is going
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