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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Friday, January 25, 1907
in r miIiim niririniri
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OFFICE, Over Postoffice, Globe, Arizona
Develop tbfc Ariim, .nnsra nnd Ctiet
auil Train the Kje.
it 'is 'not only tho muscles of the n?m
Vulch are tested by properly organ
ized rifle shooting. It supplies an ex
cellent eexorcioe for the chest and
lungs. One of the first things th-i young
rifle shot has to lenru Is how to take a
deep breath, to All tho lungs with uir,
und then to hold the breath while the
rltle Is kept absolutely steady und the
finger 1b gradually tightening on the
trigger. A glnnco at any successful
rifle shot will show you a man with a
deep chest and full powers of breath
lug. Any form of recreation which truing
the muscles of the arm and exercises
the chest and lungs would seem likely
to be beneficial to health, but If that
is not enough there Is the unequnlcd
training which rifle shooting gives to
tho eye and lo the hand working with
tho eye. The writer remembers hear
ing u musketry Instructor boast that
he had lengthened uot only his own
sight, but the sight of scores of boys
whom he had taught how to use their
eyes In aiming at a target, by two or
three hundred yards, simply by 'con
tinued practice at long distance shoot
ing. It Is astonishing what results can
be obtained In this way by placlug a
rifle on a sand bag raised on n tripod
aud making the pupil aim as accurate
ly as he can at any distant object. The
eye cau be trained, of course, equally
well, though the sight will not neces
sarily be lengthened, by aiming at ob
jects close at bond. Loudon Spectator.
FINISH IS NEAR
AMENDMENTS TO THE ARTICLES
GLOBE SIGHTS AND
Current News of Busy Qlobo Told in
Ed Kiuyon, .former postmaster at Sol
oinonville, spent yostorday in tho city.
Ho leaves for I191110 this morning.
Charles J5ickley, brother of Mrs.
Charles Ilealy, arrived tiom Chicago
last Friday and will probably roiunin
A. H. Storas of tho firm of Sydnor
& Stems returned last ovoniug from a
business visit to various citias of the
.Nick Zcnovieh, a well known business
man of Bisboe, is a visitor in tho city,
being a guest at tho homo of Antou
Ed Shaw, the well known salesman,
will go to SaiTord tin's morning, whoro
his vocal efforts usually receive at least
respectful attention, somothing which
they are not assured of in Globe, i
Messrs. H. B. Nelson, .1. V. Jopsnu
and J. E. Smith will leave for their
homes in Pennsylvania this morning
after spending a week in Olobe. All
are prominent stockholders of tho Ari
zona National Mining company.
Attorney L. F. Eggcrs roturnod Inst
evening from Phoenix, where he spent
a week on logal business. He reports
that traflic has boon resumed over the
M. ic P. bridge over the Gila, which
was washed out by the flood.
Thomas E. Flannigan, formerly (lis
trict attorney of Cochise county, ar
rived in the uity last evening from
Tombstone and will make his home in
this city. Mr. Flannigan is an aide at
torney and will bo a valuable addition
to the bar of Gila county.
Alderman Anton Trojanovieh re
turned last evening from Iiisbce, where
he spent beveral days on" businoss. Dur
ing his stay there Mr. Trojanovieh sold
out his interest in the Bisbce Lumber
k company to Emil Marks, one of the
heaviest stockholders of tho company.
Mr. Trojanovieh was presidont of U16
Mr. and Mrs. Milo W. Porter have
arrived in Globo from their honeymoon
tour of eastern cities. Mr. Porter was
formerly fiscal agent of the Five Point
.Mining company and later connected
nun mo .uuciicii .Mining company in
this district as assistant superintendent.
His bride was Miss Delta .Mae Dimlap,
formerly of this city and Hisbeo, and
they uere married in Dallas, Texas, De
cember .'1. Mr. Porter expects to spend
some time in fllobo attending to Five
No June Term This Year and
January Term Lasts Until
The elork .of the district court has
received tho order of tho supremo court
of Arizona changing tho timo for hold
ing coujrt in Gila county during 1007,
made necessary by the return of the
United States court to Globe from Solo
monville. The order does away with"
the June term, and the term for the
summer begins January 2l, next Mon
day, on which date the United States
court opens in Globe.
The January term will continue until
the first Monday in November, when
the November term will begin. Hereto
fore the November term began the last
Monday in November. The juries for
the January toria will not be called
until -lay, but on February 11 a special
jury will appear to sit uion the Unit
oil States court in the trial of the two
cases of the United States vs. J. V.
and Mattie Lemons.
Ator this year the regular trms will
eminence on the first Monday in May
and the first Monday in November.
Arson, Theft anil Truln Wrecking
Common, FurKcry Hnrr.
Children's crimes are recognized by
criminologists as a large and Impor
tant branch of criminology. The com
monest of children's crimes nre arson,
Bteallug and train wrecking, and the
rarest Is forgery.
Arson, in the country especially, Is
frequently a crime of childhood. Coun
try childreu set lire lo haystacks, barns
and sheds In order to see the great
bright flames leap skyward. Children
commit arson, In a word, out of n lo e
Children ofteu wreck trains. Some
times they do this from reading about
romantic train wreckers. More often
they do It out of curiosity. They pile
obstructions on the track to sec what
will happen. They hnve no Idea that
anything very serious will happen.
Children, of course, steal a good deaL
The best of men and women, lookln?
back on their childhood, can recsill
mnuy n theft. Stealing Is natural.
Children now and then murder. Their
motive Is always jealousy. Thus In
Vienna a boy of ten. Jealous of bis
brother aud sister, who jtevincd to be
more petted than lituwetf; killed fcoth
of them and theu took hb own,1lfe.
(Continued from Pago One)
Meade, U. S. N., in landing men at
Port of Spain, Trinidad, to suppress a
"The presence of the vessels of tho
Atlantic licet at Guantanamo, only 1.10
miles from Kingston, at the timo of tho
earthquake, placed uh in a position for
giving quickly first nid, and our experi
ence in the San Francisco earthquake
showed the need of sufllcient polico prn
teciion and tho great benefits which le
sudt from tho use of naval forces in
such emergencies. The commander in
chief acted promptly and scut immedi
ately the vessels having the greatest,
number of men and supplies and olfeerd
much hc.p in tho way of jnqdicnl atten
tion and food, which action was further
helped by the depart tuitf dispatching;
two store ships, laden with largo quan
tities of food supplies intended for tho
fleet, and which were diverted and sont
Had Tents for Sufferers
"At tho time the roquet wits niaiTuij
by the acting British minister at Ha
vana for tents for the sufferers at King
ston, and Davis had on board the ves
sels under his command for several dnyt
prior thereto many more tents than
weie asked for and -which were avail
able for use had tho governor desired)
tlienr. Tho remaining ships at Guanta
namo had more than two hundred tents"
of the kind asked Cor, mniiyniore than,
actually needed to supply the wants,
all of which could have beei obtained
from Admiral Evans on request by wile
less within a few hours. "
BOY SHOOTS HIS
Son of Ph. Freudenthal of Sol-
omo.avilJe Perhaps Fatally
IN ROUGH RIDERS
J. C. Greenway, general superintend
ent of tho Westorn Mosnba mines of'tlie
United States Steel, corporation, was
treated to a pleasant surprise yesteidav
in meeting Sam Giconwald, a weil
known member of tho Dominion hotel
stall'. During tho Spanish Amoriean
war Mr. Greenway was a lieutenant in
A troop of Colonel Koosevolt's Rough
Rulers and Mr. Greenwaid was a lieu
tenant in 1 troop of that famous regi
ment. Tho two iormer officers had not
. niet since they weie mustered out at
Montauk Point eight years ago.
Danco Saturday Night
The Twentieth Century club will give
a dancing paity at Dreamland Saturday
ftvnniiirr 14 ...III 1... 1 .. ... .
" b- " "" "v uh invitation auair
-and the committeeo in cliargo is com
posed of B. J. Kellner. T. P. Howard
Harry Sultan, V. C. Murphy and F. E.
Won! has been received from Solo-
monville of an accidental shooting
which will piobably result fatally to
the young son of Ph. Freudenthal, the
well known business man of that sec
tion. Fiom information rccoived Lore it
appears that tho Freudenthal boy, was
placing with the little son of Sherift
Anderson, who had secured a .38-caliber
levolvor from a bureau drawer in Ids
home and that in some manner the gun
was discharged, the bullot passing
thiongli the left shoulder of the Freu
donthal lad. Tho courso of the bullet
was determined, but so far the doctors
iiae been unable to locate it. Blood
poisoning is feared and the Httle vie
tini nary he taken to Los Augeles feu
Till? War In TiirL-ry.
In the days when M. Paiucambou
represented the interests of, the French
republic at Constantinople Mine. Sarah
Bernhardt, who had boon touring In
eastern Europe, was deslrons of giving
a dramatic renresontatinn nr Yiiiii
kiosk. The sultan -was willlng.-jind the
terms were duly arranged wfith the
keeper of the wardrobe. the worthy
parfin who has the control ofnil enter
tainments at Ylldiz. But the pasha
held out his hand for morebackshecsh
than La Belle Sarah felt Inclined to
give, aud so the long looked for rep
resentation did not take i place. Sarah
Bernhardt lost by It 1.000 and the
coveted order of the Cfccfekat. Iler
aiauu, the conjurrcr, knowing the ropes
better than theFreuch actress, sjuared
the .keeper of (the wardrobe, gave his
show and got 'his tfiousandpounds.
Her Simplicity. '
A silly I little lady had a husband, a
lover of gnyety, who was inclined 'to
neglect 'his wife. This lady -while
spending the winter In Dcronshir&sald
one day. at thecountry p3toillce:
"Dear me, what asllly mlstakcyou
postofllcepeople hnv mailei"
"Howv madam V" ivsked the clerk.
"WhyJ" she explained, with a titter,
"here I have justgot a 'letter from my
husband, who Is working hard in Lou
don, and tho envelope- is postanal ked
Monte Carlo." Eondon Queen.
OF SISTER REPUBLIC
Bo it known that, at a meeting of
tho stockholders of this corporation,
hold nt its office in Globe, Arizona, on
tho 2nd day of January, 1007, at which
tho holders and representatives of a
niajoiity of all tho outstanding stock
of said corporation wore presont, tho
following amendments to the constitu
tion of said corporation wcro duly and
That Articlo .'i bo amended to read
as follows, to wit: The authorized cap
ital stock of this corporation is and
shall bo One Million Fivo Hundred
Thousand Dollars, which said capital
stock shall be divided into Ouo 'Million
Five Hundred Thousand shares of the
par value of One Dollar each, and when
issued, shall, be fully paid and non-assessable.
That Article 5 of said corporation be
aud tho same is hereby amended as
(a) By striking out tho word "five''
in tho second line thorcof and inserting
in lion thorcof the word "eight."
(b) That, in addition to the porsons
named thorein as directors, the follow
iug named persons lie and they aio
lieieby constituted directors of this cor
poration, to wit: J. P. Iteardon, Ifidi
ard C. Sparks and Glonn L. CofTce, who,
with the persons already named in said
Artiolo fi, shall constitute the Board of
Diiectors of tlfis corporation.
J. T-IIOKNTON PRICK,
N. O. NELMf, President.
Secretary pro tern.
TIIRRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Uilu. ss.
L N. G. Nelms, Scciotury, pro tem
pore, of Globe-W'liealficlds Miniug' Com
pany, do hereby certify that the above
amendments to tho articles of incor-
Joseph Fauil, who returned last week juration of said corporation were duly
nm a vMt to his daughter, Mrs. B. F. .,d0icd nt a meeting of tho stockheld
oyt, and other reintives in tho City nrs thereof called for that purpose, ami
of Moxico, was chnrmed with the capital
ot our sister republic ami its environ
ments. He also made trips to some of
the Giuidaloupc, and the mining district
of Paehuen, where some famous silver
and gold mLncs are being operated by
American und English companies. Tho
lleil del Monte mine was worked by the
Spaniards more than three huudrcd
years ago ami is still a large producer.
La Banco mine, another wonderfully
rich property, has paid $17,000,000 in
tho past few years. Mr. Fauil was most
fortunate in being- located in with a
coii8iu and a thiid party on grounds
adjoining tho Beil del Monte, it being
the extension of that mine. Mr. Fauil
eoiiKiderh the claims have great pros
pective value. The City of Moxico and
surrounding; country are delightful at
this season of the year. Vegetation Inut
reached maturity. Farmer, are har
vesting oats aud barley and wheat was
fast ripening whon Mr. Fauil left there.
There is no more attractive winter re
sort than tho Mexican capital nud it i?
visited erv year by increasing num
hers of tourists.
that at said meeting a majority of all
tho stock issued and outstanding was
duly ami properly represented.
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto
set my hnud und nilixcd the corporate
seal of said corporation, at Globo, Ari
7ona, this, the 10th day of January,
1007. N. O. NLLMS,"
(Seal) Secretary pro tempore.
Franklin's Simplified Spelling
A geutlemau once lecoived a letter
in which were these words:
"Not finding Brown at home. 1 de
livered your niefeeg to his yf."
TJie gentleman, finding it bad spoiling
and, therefore, not boing very Intelligi
ble, called his lady to nelp him read it.
Between them they pickod out the
meaning of all but the "yf," which
they coold not understand. Tho lady
proposed calling her chambermaid, "be
cause Betty," she said, "has tho best
knack of reading bad spelling of anv-
ono 1 know."
RESOLUTION NO. 1
Whereas, It satisfactorily appears to
the Common Council of tho Town of
Globe that said town has acquired a
population of three thousand, and that
tJiorc are now over three thousand in
ltabitants within the boundaries of the
Kiid town; and
Whereas, The inhabitants thereof de
aire to assume a city organization and
it is deemed to the best interests of the
town that the inhabitants thereof as
suine a city organization; -
Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, That
we, tho Common Council of tho said
Town of Globe, in consideration of the
premises and pursuant to the provisions
of Paragraph 5V, Chapter D of Title 11
of She Revised Statutes of the Territory
of Arizona, do unanimously vote in
favor of, and do hereby assume and
adopt a oity organization under the
mnjic of tho City of Globe.
P.ihsoj and adopted January 12, 1907.
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: F. J. Elliott, Mayor.
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office rooms. 5-7-0 Trust lmildin?. Of.
Botty camo and was surprised that p-, , , ,.i - i . i
.,, . , ,i . . . flee phone, Main 1811. Residenco phone,
neither sir nor madam could tell what
'yf " was.
"Why," says she, "yf spells wife;
what else can it spell?"
And, indeed, it is a much better, as
woli as shorter method of spelling wife
than doubleyou, i, ef, e, which in reality
spell doubleyifey. From a Letter b
CREATES HAVOC ON THE
BANKS OF THE WABASH
The trial of Carlos Apodaco for com
plicity in tho robbery of L. C. Ather
tou 's shop was postponed yestorday un
til next Tuesday owing to the absenco
of a. witness. The trial of John Stan
ford, colored, charged with annoying
a whito saloon woman, resulted in au
aocpiittal for Sanford.
A Good Road Overseer
It is a pleasure to otujimeiid tho work
of the road oveisoei of Globe :wad dis
trict, W. H. Hiatt,. who has accomplish
ed more for the bettermeut of tho main
thoroughfare as well r.s some of the
side sheets and. alleys in the three
months since he was appointed to the
position, man almost any other road
overseer of this district in a year's
tiinc.Mr. Hiatt is n6w putting a 'dress
ing oi oroKcn slag on Brond street near
tlie railroad crossing at tho Wedge, sa
loon and expects to continue this im-provonu-nt
of the highway to the south
ern limit of the city. Mr. Hiatt 's nnme
was presented to the council last nicht
m.i uicx onico oi superintendent of
streets, but the application went in too
i.ite to receive favorable considernt
Klf-ftt Printing l'r-.
By Associated Press.
TKRRE HAUTE, ind.. January 21.
j Telephone advices from Moroni, south
Jf this city, state that the Wabash river
The r?t printing press In the eastern iJevce lroteetiii? the entire township,
'settlement of America wai nf- im in broke late this afternoon and three
I 1638. In the summer of that year a,'".u,l,rJ'1 PonPu' ,l!l'1 4" o for their
saw Deanntr n nrlntlm"- nraou n. n.int. met.
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uuu mree pressmetij arrived en the
shores of New EnsrlUnd. the nrlntnr
being Stephen Daye. In thesame year i
uie press was set tin atCambrtdtm.
Moved to No. 28
Real Estate Broker
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
Capital and Surplus, $95,000
L. D. RtCKETTS D. W.. WlCKERSIUM T. A. PASCOE
A. T. Thomson H. S. VanGorder
C. E. Mills II. W. Horn Ph. Freudenthal
I. E. Solomon
All clashes of accounts Invited
Foreign exchange at lowest rates
Buy or build you a home of
your own. The Provident Mu
tual has money to loan. Dont
pay rent in a growing city. In
surance makes your investment
secure. Your loan negotiated;
your home insured. Policies
written in only the strongest
Ghas. T. Martin, l,
F. L. JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE PHONE 432. RESIDENCE PHONE 433.
SCOBLE, SOBEY & CO.
SUCCESSORS TO -
OATS, SCOBLE & CO.,
KNOWN TO CARRY THE
Finest Goods in the City!
Have you tried our Ferndell Goods?
If not, why not?
Once tried, always used.
Franz Lumber Co.
Lumber, doors, windows, paints,
oils, varnishes and cement. All
kinds of builders material
Daily Mail states that Persians having
Ono of the earliest nudnorhans the eompluined that the shah's entourage
i lssuesnvaa "THk 1 prewnted them from approaching hi
Sultana JJehekah Lodco No. r, mniu
tho second and fourth Mondays of each)
month. Visiting members cordially in-
Bead tho Silvor Bolt Always nn to
Now Open to the Public
Eighty rooms, single and ensuite. Thirty rooms with baths
Hot and cold water in all rooms. GasLdeSicSs
Entro building heated by steam
American Plan, $3 and up. European Plan, $1 and up
A. HANSEN, Manager
moit celebrated of the Issuesnvaa "Tho
Bay Psalm Book." It Is Interesting to
know that tho actual prcssls stIUt pre
served. After varlouR wanderings hi
Boston. Connecticut, Now (Hampshire
nud Vermont It wns foundlni Windsor
county nnd presented- to thet Vermont
"What dldjyou mean bjy starting the
story that 1 1 was an imlelfever Intlio
Scriptures?" tnskedmiQ tfeneon' In great
"Well, deokln," isald the- man who
had originated the) reprort.. "you know
you told me that all you said ubout
that hoss I boughtwamns true ns gos
pill. An' you know how' true it was."
"Er-ali," said the dertcou.
May Now Phono tho Shah
A 4isnAtih from Teheran from the O C i-ITj-JL-.
r A A. V. JL JLUJIV&ia
U. S. MINERAL
prownreu tiicin irom approaeiimg
majoHty with grievances, the shah hasH
ordered that a telephone comnmnicutiinr
with the palace be fixed in the public GLOBE
Immure, ami has invited the people to
converse with him direct. London en-;
ble to the New York Sun. I pf fhp Rflkpr Dfl thp Wnrk!
i auitwi w iiwi im
Sole Agents for Douglas Cement
Yards located on Railroad Street one block
west of the Court House.
"Key nud "Qait7." "
The keys off the Florida coast lllus
trate, by the spelling and pronuncia
tion of their name, the remarkable
power words have to affectother words
more or less Ilka themseltves. These
ys, aonvmg their name from tho
Spanish "cayo," n shoal rock or bar
rier reeft would still have been eallpd
cays'mo doubt, but for the Influence
or rne Kindred word whicli we now
write- ."quay." but Btlll pronounce
Ttee." The uew spelling Is modeled
on the modern French "yual," but Ihe
pronunciation Is n trace of the old
spelling "key." wh.ich prevailed from
tke fourteenth to the eighteenth cen
tury. Yet undoubtedly ilhls "key" used
to be pronounced "krty," and so, as
Shakespeare's iind Dryden's rhymes
prove,fdld the key of a look- Tf .
the door "kay's' change to "kee" nn-
uer oeoiuBii influence that set the ex
smnla to tha ) r,j .
... vls,lJUIWl,u unron-
Cut Mammon Out
The eminent minister of tho gospel,
in robes that cost not less tlwin i."."5,
preacher's discount, thus poured forth:
"My friends, let me beseech you to
avoid tho worship of mammon. Do not
tmako a god of wealth. There arc other
things in this vorld worth a groat deal
Ijiioro than money." A douhtiug Thom
as arose in the last pew and Bind:
"Parson, I'll bet. my farm against vour
salary that you can't name one of 'em,
and J '11 leave it to tho vote of tho on
giTPRntion." New York Sun.
Tho first call of $2.50 por share n
tho Globo allotment of the stock of tiic
Caltimet k Globo Development compaiy
will bo duo and payablo January ."$,
3907, at, tho Globe National bank.
T. S1FJELDS OQLLTNS.
Subscribe for tho Daily Silvor Belt.
THE WAGON WILL CALL AT YOUR
UOMFL, WITH A FULL LINE OF
BREAD, PIES AND PASTRY.
LET THE BAKER DO THE WORK
WHITE LEGHORN EGGS
$1.00 per setting
C. P. BRHTENTEIN, West of Graveyard
THE SOL.OMON-WICKERSHAM CO.
globe Wholesale Grocers safford
Ask your Grocer for Diamond M. Flour.
You take no chances, we take none.
It is Fuly Guaranteed, THERE NONE BETTER!
BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO.
Single and Double Teams
Hay, Grain & Coal
A Specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs
Telephone 171 Globe, Arfzona
Finest line of ART SQUARES ever ex
hibited here. Also a Splendid Assort
ment of RUGS, all grades and all prices.
COMING Will be here next week, four
carloads of mixed Furniture, the newest
styles and embracing everything.
J. P. McNeill's SESP
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