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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Sunday, February 10,
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning except Monday.
Admitted to tho mails as second class
JOS. H. HAMTCiL, Proprietor
Member of tho Associated Pross
n.tllv. bv mail, one year $7.50
Daily, by carrior, one month
Weekly, ono year
Wookly, six months :..-
Cash in advanco
Advertising-rates mado known on ap
Bailey left an estato of $5,000,000.
Tho circus man, not the senator from
Texas, who is not dead yet.
Mayor Schmitz of San Francisco was
in bettor company yesterday than hof
has been in since tho earthquako in the
city ho misgoverns.
It would bo interesting to know
whether Congressman William Randolph
Hearst introduced that bill into con
gress himself or did it by proxy.
Let us at least have our principal
business streot in such condition that
wagons and horses will not got stuck
in tho mud every time thcro is a littlo
There is just one advantage of liv
ing in a territory. We novor noed bo
thrown into hysterics by any attompt
of the federal government to encroach
on our "state rights."
It- is said that Phoenix gamblers aro
arranging to operato games outside the
city limits, until tho legislature ad
journs, at least. Now is that a slap at
tho territorial lawmakers, or what?
It almost makes one dizzy trying to
keep with tho developments in tho
Globe mining district. Tho worst and
most cynical pessimist in the district
can now sco nothing in Globe but the
greatest camp in tho southwest.
Attorney General Jackson of New
York says someono has stolon tho evi
dence which he had gathered about the
Ice trust. If the ovidence was of the
naturo of tho trust's products, it prob
ably melted away during the recent
New York campaign.
Tho El Paso Times characterizes tho
present investigation of Senator Bailey
as "useless, cruel and indecent." That
it is indecent is granted; it is certainly
cruel to tho once idol of Texas, but we
do not believe that it will bo useless,
even if Senator Bailey is vindicated, as
is indicated at the present time.
A welcher is a mighty poor thing,
whether it bo an insurance company,
the man who refuses to pay a bet, or
one who gives a broker an order to soil
some stock and then refuses to deliver
it after the stock has gono higher.
Judging from recent suits filed in Co
chise county, Bisbeo seems to havo a
number of tho latter sort of wolchcrs.
TO PBEVENT WILDCATS
Tho tloating of "fako" mining prop
ositions and "wildcat" mines is a
practice which has more than once been
vigorously denounced by tho governor
of .Arizona, says tho Tucson Citizen.
Frequently ntontion has been called
to the harm done by irresponsible min
ing promoters in tho course of thoir
One swindle porpotrated upon the in
vesting public can do more harm to
Arizona mines than can bo counteract
ed by tho efforts of responsible mining
men in years. It is tho knowlcdgo of
this fact that impols tho governor to
call upon tho legislature for proventa-
Tho framing of a law which will
reach the class of sharpers desired may
bo somewhat difficult. It would scorn,
however, that the machinery of tho ex
isting Miners' association might bo
adapted to tho needs of the occasion by
tho appointment of a branch of the
executive committco, comprising resi
dent mining men of practical knowledge
and of standing, in each county, such
sub-committees being obligated to per
sonally inspect and report on tho show
ing, extent of development work and
improvements upon any mining proper
ty in their county, tho stock of which
is placed upon tho market. These sub
committees, being familiar each with its
own section, could without any great
inconvenience or cxponsc mako such in
vestigation and report its findings to
tho executive board, which might .prop
erly consider them, comparing tho ac
tual facts with tho representations made
to Btock purchasers and in event of mis
representation, publicly announce tho
With such a system in operation tho
continued success of such swindles as
tho "Spenazuma" and others of moro
recent occurrence could not exist and
tho efforts of mining companies possess
ing properties of value, tho proceeds of
whoso treasury stock sales nro actually
going into development work, would bo
Favorable Eoport to bo Mado by Legis
lators Who Visited Tucson Institution
Aro Dined by University Faculty
Hunt of Globe Attends.
A Tucson paper says:
That tho committee of legislators who
visited tho university will roport favor-,
ably on tho appropriation asked by
President K. C. Babcock and tho mom
bcra of the board of regents thoro is no
iniilit. for tho legislators havo ex
pressed thomsolves as in favpr of keep
ing tho university up to tho highest
standard and holping it in ovory way.
Tho legislature has shown itsolf to
bo ono of tho most economical in tho
history of the torritory, but novortho
less tho policy of economy will not bo
carried to such a point that it would
bo dotrimontnl to tho territorial institu
tions. Especially is this the case in tho
mattor of the tentorial uuivorsiry and
At tho university yestorday it was
clearly shown to tho logislntors that
thoro is a nressinc necibfor a science-
building owing to cramped quadra at
nresont and with a favorable recom
mendation by tho legislative committco
it is a certainty that tho appropriation
asked for will bo granted.
Last evening in ono of tho privnto
dining rooms at tho Santa Rita, tho
visiting legislators, including Hon. N. E.
Bailey, speaker of tho assembly, who
arrived hero yestorday forenoon, and
also visited tho university, were ten
dered a dinner by Prcsidont Babcock
of tho -university and tho mombors of
tho board of regonts.
Covers woro laid for fourteen and
those present woro: Speaker N. E.
Bailey of Cochiso, Councilman Hunt of
Gila, Assemblyman L. S. Williams of
Coconino, J. W. Crenshaw of Maricopa,
C. G. Krook of Mohave, A. "V. Grosotta
of Pima, Georgo Mauk, chiof clork of
the council; Mrs. K. W. Williams, the
mother of Assemblyman Williams; A.
B. Wadleigh of Cananea, Hon. Charles
II. Bayless, Hon. M. P. Freeman, Hon-
Georgo J. Roskruge, J)r. K. C. Babcock
and Professor R. J. Forbos, who is at
tho head of the agricultural experiment
After tho dinner a number of toasts
were responded to by mombors of the
fegislativo committee and of the board
HOW HE -WORKS
Skotch of tho President in tho
I saw him again a few days later for
an hour or so in tho executive wing of
the White Houso an hour of compara
tive and accidental slackness of the
business portion of tho day. But his
private secretary camo in often enough
with affairs that needed attention to
give mo a glimpso of him in his work
ing moments. A word or two of terse
inquiry, a swift, devouring glance
through tho documents and then, in a
flash tho decision, a letter dictated, a
problem "solved. It seemed an involun
tary, automatic, unconscious process, a
capacity that by long use had bocomc
an instinct. He was quite staggering
and outsjKiken that morning:
All Europe at tho time was ringing
with his curt dismissal of ono of his
ambassadors at a great continental cap
ital, an incident of which a good deal
has been heard in tho last week or two,
and which is. not yet by any means at
an end. He explained to me to me, a
nicro casual, wandering journalist his
version of the case and why he had
been compelled to net as ho had acted.
There was a budget of confidential cor
respondence, connected with the affair,
and ho handed it over to me. "It might
interest you to look through it," ho
He spoke openly of his future pro
gram, mentioning among other things,
that ho intended proposing an inhorit
auce tax and filling tho first cabinet
vacnncy by appointing a Jew. Both in
tentions he has since fulfilled. Ho hotly
denounced a whole number of people.
Most of them wero sonators, somo of
them wero the sensational journalists
whom ho was soon to christen-tho muck
Irakers, and somo wero tho people who
could not seo that expediency was the
cssenc cof politics.
And lastly ho begun discussing him
self. A paper had complained because
ho was not n gonitis. "I know I am
not a gonitis, " ho said; and thon, "by
the by, was it you, or some other Eng
lishman who said that a pork butcher
could understand niof " My memory ran
over all tho indiscretions I jiad been
guilty of and finally lighted on some
such dictum. I owned up. "Because,'
said the president. "I want to toll you
you woro absolutely right." Sidney
Brooks in tho Reader.
A Remarkable Diary
Mrs. Roffoy, a widow, of Newdigate,
near Dorking, Englnnd, who, on her
ninety-second birthday was entertained
to dinner and sang, "A-hunting Wo
Will Go," and "My Old Gray Maro,"
has kopt a diary which is full of inte.r
scting figures. She gives the cost of her
maintenance in tho world to the. date
of her last birthday as 1,013 12s an
average expenditure of 8s per week.
Sho has walkod 221,480 miles. She
walked to London and back fifty-four
miles when sho wns soventcon, to get
married. Tho songs mentioned alio has
sung 1,1D0 times. Sho has in her long
life consumed, nmong other things, 134,
320 cups of tea, 07,100 glasses of milk,
11,900 loaves, 50,730 potatoes, and has
worn 1G5 bonnets' nnd huts, 80 siloes and
boots, 41 dresses, C3 aprons and 24
shawls and wraps. Montreal Herald.
Your ashes siit
And save tho price;
'Twill bo a lift
Toward buying ico.
Savo for a fowwoll chosen observa
tions on Sundays and of Thursday even
ings, Mr. Rockefeller's money is re
Innrknbly fe'ticontlr'" ' '
Globe KuigUt3 of Columbus Will Go to
Ancient Puoblo to Assist in Institut-
i ing Now Lodge Two Hundrod Will
Be Eresont :f rom Territory.
What will iu all probability bo tho
(biggest day in tho history of tho or
ganization of tho Knights of Columbus
.in. this torritory will bo tho institution
of tho local lodgo of that organization
oil Sunday, February 17, says tho Tue-
Thoro will bo prosont hero on that
day more than two hundrjd members of
tliat organization who will como from
Bisbeo, Globe, Prescott and Phoenix.
Thorp will bo a number who will como
;also from some of tho snmllor towns.
' Bisbeo will havo tho honor of sending
tho largest delegation, as a telegram
was received from thore this afternoon
stating that ono hundrod knights would
make tho journey hore. Thoy will travel!
in snocinl cars. Information was also
recoived that tho Globo delegation will
(number forty-five, while Phoonix and
Prescott will send delegations of twen-ty-fivo
Tho lodgo will be instituted on Sun
dav and the exercises will tako placo in
tho A. O. U. W. hall. Tho visiting
knights will arrive horo on Saturday
ntfd will remain until Mondny ovoning.
Thoy will bo givon a royal reception
nnd ontertninmont. They -will bo
shown the university, tho Botanical Des
ert laboratory and other points of in
terest about tho city. It is likely also
that a number of the knights will pay
a visit to tho historic Sau Xavier mis
sion. Following the initiation, a banquet
will bo sorved for tho mombors at the
Santa Rita. Tho local lodgo will havo
a membership of moro than sixty at
Tax Bacholors of Forty
An unusual petition was received at
tho state house today by Sonator Hayes
of Hampden, signed by "tho unmarried
ladies of the town of Wakefield." It
was placed in tho cloakroom, and eag
erly scanned by the senators.
Tho petition demanded a law levying
,a tax upon bachelors, said taxes to bo
graded as follows:
From twenty to twenty-fivo years, $3;
from twenty-five to thirty years, .f 10;
from thirty to thirty-fivo years, $15;
from thirty-fivo to forty years, $20;
over forty years, chloroform .in large
doses. It is further represented that
bachelors are of no earthly use except
Tho presiding officer has not yet de
cided which committco shall pass upon
tho merits of tho matter. Boston dis
patch to the New York American.
A burnt speculator dreads tho hot air.
Fortune smiles on the few and grins
at tho many.
A blunt person is apt to mako tho
most cutting remarks.
Occasionally you encounter a man
who actually believes everything he
A man of very few words usually has
a wife who does most of the talking.
When a man marries for money it's
a sign his wife lias moro dollars than
Conversation of a good many moro
people would be sensible if it wasn't
for what they say. Chicago News.
Reflections of a Bachelor
What a girl likes about boys is that
her mother doesn't.
It would bo pretty useful if fat peo
ple could kind of moult.
A good thing about being too poor
to eat isthat you don't have to havo
A man could afford to give away a
lot of money to charity if H wasn't of
A man would savo a few cents a day
working around tho house if he didn't
know enough to mako more at business.
Now York Press.
Subscribe for tho Daily Silver Belt.
A STANDARD OF RELIABILITY
This store has its own standard both in value given and in the trust
worthy character of its low pricpd lines.
Our standards aro based on tho volume of business and tho economies
made possible through largo purchases.
Our salesmen aro thoroughly experienced gentlemen and will wait on you
you or your children and will fill your order with tho greatest' caro.
Honest business is what brings a firm to tho front. Givo us a call.
MINER 1 SONOi
JAIL IS ASSURED
Greene Bush, Arrested for Killing a
Mexican, Promised Square Deal by
tho Authorities Petition in Douglas
to Secure His Release.
Captain Thomas H. Rynning yester
day received a letter from Governor
Rafael Yzabel saying that ho would
give tho case of Greeno Bush his imme
diate attention, says a Douglas papor.
This is gratifying nows to Masons
and Knights Templar of D'ouglns and
of Arizona, as well as to a host of other
friends wlio know tho worth of tho
man hold in squalid Moctezunm prison
without bail for having killed a drink
crazed Mexican to save his own life.
Sam Hayhurst, fojrner deputy sheriff,
who circulated tho petition in the be
half of Bush among Douglas Masons,
investigated thp case and finds that
Bush was being violently assaulted by
a drunken young Mexican when tho
tragedy oceurreu. usn uau awawjiicii
the Mexican to got him out of tho way
of soino cars when the fellow first
threatened him. To avoid trouble Mr.
Bush left tho camp for a time and re
turned to face a vicious attack from
the Mexican, who ran toward him with
a drill in hand, swearing that he would
When the Douglas Masons heard that
their petition had bceu Jost in the mnils
on the way from Cumpas to Moctczuma
they ordered n new petition, which was
sent to the governor. Captain Ryn
ning, whom the governor holds in the
highest esteem, also directed to Yzabel
a personal letter and this received llio
governor's prompt hnd kind action.
Thcro remains not a doubt that Mr.
Bush will receive immediate hearing
and that ho will be given justice, which
is all that his friends or tho Masons
could ask. If his case is bailable, as
certainly it wduld appear, Mr. Bush can
give bail in any sum.
SONG OF THE DBUMMEB
Living in a suitcase,
Fortnight in and .out;
Living in a suitcase.
Hiking all about;
Living in a gripsack,
Eating from a stool,
Sleeping merely more or less
Less, though, as a rule.
Living in a suitcase,
Cussing bad hotels,
Dining rooms completely
Filled with kitchen smells,
Fighting still for business,
Holding all you get
Man who didn 't make a fight
Never won out yet.
Living in a suitdasc
Folks who never tried
Think it is a picnic
Just to rdo and ride.
Wish they all couhl try it
'Bout two weeks, or one
Living in a tarpctbag
isn't any fun.
- What It Amounts To
"Now, Mr. Jinks, would you recog
nize the existence of a higher, or un
"No, sir; I'd try a millionaire just
the same as I would a common labor
er." "Talesman excused."
Watch for the Dime.
Anderson & Blake '
Fresh Cream and Bu'ter
milk in any quantity and
always on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
Smoke the Old Reliable
La International Cigar
Make your wants known rI
I through SILVER BELT vjunuuii n-uur rus ii
Advertisements under this head 10 cents
.. -.- a. fti -
By tho montn, 91.00 per line, no aa
Wo have letters for G H P; G L, C;
E P S and X Y Z.
WANTED TO BENT Three or four
room cottage, furnished or partly fur
nished. Would prefer location In tho
neighborhood of Ballground; perma
nent tonant, but ront must be reason
able. Call or address Foreman, Silver
WANTED Boy to carry smelter' route;
must havo a horse. Silver Belt.
WANTED Girl for general houso work
at Murphy's boarding houso, North
WANTED Promoter and operator for
eleven compact equipped gold and
coppor mines on pay basis. E. F.
Kellnor, Ulobe, Ariz.
WANTED To rent, a threo or four
room houso furnished. Address P. O.
WANTED Ten thousand shares Inspi
ration. Lock box 822, Globo, Ariz.
WANTED Position by an experienced
hoistman. Address Engineer, enro of
WANTED A small furnished house
closo in and reasonnblo. Address E.
L. P., this oflice.
Silver licit Want Ads. bring results.
Can't Plcaso 'Em
"Aw, he's tied to tho machine."
"On tho contrary, he's ignoring tho
"Sly guy, clil Building up n ma
chine of his own."
photographs aro the
Sco Mack and Jim at tho Wcugc an
Bank outfit nnd household furniture
for sale by E. F. Kcllner.
Money to loan on good security,
dress W., Box 971, city.
"I notice in your alleged verse," re
marked the old humorist, "that you
rhyme every other lino."
J' Yes," replied the young humorist.
"That won't get you nutlihi'. Cut
it out. Tworhymes to a stanza is a
If you want something extra, nice in
wall paper, got to Ryan's.
Wo receive Kansas poultry twice a
week. Globe Meat Market.
First-class work at bed rock prices.
Buxton & Merritt, tho painters.
Bread, cakes and pies delivered to
any part of town by the Star Bakery.
Before the Battle
Mrs. Gasscr I was ontsjiokcn in my
scntiments at the club this afternoon.
Mr. Gasscr T can't believe it! Who
outspokp you, my dearl Puck.
"They tell mo you were formerly in
jKilitics," said the chance acquaintance.
"You have been misinformed," re
pliedthc party f the other part. "I
merely ran for office pneo on the Re
publican ticket in Texas." Chicago
Anything ill tho way of mixed drinks
can always be had at McDonoughV.
Dccoratp Your Home
Go to Ryan's for a varied assortment
of wall paper.
The Globo Steam Laundry is now in
full oporation and prepared to do all
kinds of laundry work promptly and
satisfactorily. Orders rcceivo prompt
attention. Work called for and deliv
ered in any part of tho city.
- G. BOUSE, Proprietor.
Try our sausago, tho vory finest
quality. Globo Meat Market.
Short order meals at all "hours; also
tho finest breakfast nnd dinner served
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office Booms, 5-7-9 Trust Building
Office Phone Main 1811
Besidenco, Dominion Hotel
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
Room 12, Globe Building
Let the Baker Do the Work!
THE WAGON WILL CALL AT YOUR
HOME WITH A FULL XINE OP
BBEAD, PIES AND PASTRY.
LET THE BAKER DO THE WORK
per line the first insertion and 6 cents per line each subsequent inserti0.
.. 11.. rf AA.-&j. All lif aMi4A tffVt Via ft I TOiiot VA nnlrl
msenea xor ibbs wu su tcum. nu o uum .. uo iuo m yam jot
advance. Discount to regular advertisers.
WANTED Four bridge carpenters with
tool's at. San Carlos; wages $4 per
day; long job. Apply P. Jones, Do
minion hotel, or on work.
WANTED To trade fine residence lot;
will take horse and buggy in part
payment. Homo Investment Co.
WANTED Boy with, pony to deliver
papers on smelter route. Call today.
WANTED Boy to carry papers.
quiro ut this"oflice today.
WANTED Good steady dining room
girl at Cozy restaurant; good wages,
WANTED Dining room girl who un
derstands taking short orders. Min
ors Boarding House, Noftsger hill.
FOB 'BENT Two-roomed house suita
ble for batching. Inquire second
houso south of old Hill street bridge
Mrs. J. L. Knipfcl.
TO BENT Furnished room in private
family. Phono 1391. Mrs. J. Har
vey Harris, Sout lillill street.
FOB BENT An unfurnished, room,
East Globe. Apply Treasurer's oflice.
TO BENT Nicely furnished room to
a lady. Apply fourth houso left of
Bridge, Hill street.
BIT OF EVERYTHING
Squiggs I seo the great violinist has
been arrested, charged with counterfeit,
Squagg8 That so? What did he dot
Bquiggs Made some false notes, I be
lieve. Toledo Blade.
Cucumbors, lettuce, asparagus and
grapes just received. Scoble, Soboy &
All thopo knowing thomsolves in
debted to thq Del Monto restaurant are
requested to make settlement on or be
fore February 10. Othorwiso' accounts
will be placed in tho hands of an at
torney for collection.
A. F. BANICEVICH.
"What will you do when you have
discovered the way to tho North Pole!"
$ 'The next step," answered the ex
plorer, "will be to turn around and dis
cover the way back home." Washing
E. F. Kcllner wants first mortgages,
The. Dime will bo ready soon.
Get in out of tho dust and drink .tho
biggest beer in town at the Wedge.
Brick! Brick I
Parties wanting brick can have their
wants promptly supplied by leaving
tncir orucrs at mo omco or .
GIBSON & HENDERSON.
Mines and Stock Exchange, Globe, Ariz.
Beautiful assortment and all of them
genuine, novelties,, Ryan's Book Store.
Choice beef, pasture fed and the fin
est to "be had anywhere. Globe Meat
Nine mules, four wagons and harness
for sale cheap by E. F. Kellner.
Orders taken and executed at short
nojice; lessons given in all kinds of
(inbroidery nnd stamping done while
you' wait. MRS. J. O. MeRAE,
Old Ballground, opposite Georgo Hill.
Miss Wise Of course, Goldic Roxley
know the count wns worthless when she
accepted him, but he proved to be just
twice as worthless as she thought him.
Miss Aseiim Why, how was that!
Miss Wise She thought sho was go
ing to get hinvor a million and he cost
her two millions. Philadelphia Press,
Is ono of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
lii . line. Cnll nnd be convinced.
The finest lino of wall papers over
shown in Globe. Buxton & Merritt.
Wo havo tio finest
Globo Meat Market;
lard in town,
Room 12, Globe Building
Franz Lumber Co.
Lumber, doors, windows, paints,
oils, varnishes and cement. All
lands of builders material
Sole Agents for Douglas Cement
Yards located on Railroad Street one block
west of the Court House.
ati i 4 0
FOB BENT After February 1, twg
zuur Biurv uuuuiug, ioauu, gOoI K. 1
ment anu lino snow winuows. A,,, g
to Owen McKevitt.
FOB SALE Large steel, range and M
water tank. Mrs. J. Harvev Harl
Hill street opposite South schxixJl
FOR SALE-Two lots, Pascoe Hill
Mrs. C. E. Fruin, second door J
1 OOVW UllUgCi
FOB SALE Household and kltcl
iiirniture ai &. neiincr su
dence. Come soon.
FOB SALE One white enamel bed,
eluding springs, in nrst-ciass -
tion. The J. B. Allen resides
door north Arizona steam lauu.r
LOST AND FOUND
V 9fW A A a j Xr 4"
iiVOA-A wawu buaiiu a. ui u, &l
graved ou ono side, G. B. R. on otl-j
side. Finder please return to ('h;i,j
Wild at Kinney house.
The Silver Belt Want Ads.
haye been proven to be the
quickest way to make your
wants known. Just try 'era.
Wo Await Developments
Tho fox wished to enter the boo rK
but the fowls were of the opinu.o tu;
his character should first be inus
"Admit me now," suggested the i-A
"nnil mi-OQlicrnf o nf tikru'firnu "
Ana, alter tnucn squawKing, it t&
Moral: Thcro is none as yet E
member, the fox has just been a!c
Go to Buxton & Merritt for the fk?s
lino of wall paper and houso (
tions of every description.
lust received a carload or u n
lntfit .IfHirrna in will nnnnr ilpSKtnn r I
1907. Buxton & Merritt.
Dorchester Bourbon, fine goods, agdl
and just the thing for what a U v,.
B. F. Kcllner & Co. s accounts cis1
be paid this pay day or else by att- 'w
When a man tries to please his u-fti
relatives he attempts the impossit"'
The old bachelor wants to know ret I
life without love is if it isn't marnc.
life. Chicago News.
"Live and let live." Union Cast
Market, C. Musgrave, proprietor
Fine fresh Kansas pork.
Wc carry everything a lady nep.i v
wear. The People's Store. Twcn' (
cent discount on ladies' swell Mats,
suits and skirts.
W carrj everything a lad3' neoil ts
wear. The People's Store. Twen pei
cent discount on ladies' swell ruats,
suits and skirts.
Go to Huntzinger's Art Parlors b
morrow and have those photograph ta
ken you have been promising '-'
friends. Back of Miners' Union hall
Stage to Gibson Mine
Stage will leave each Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday mornings at 9 30 s.
m., from Barclay & Higdon 's corral
Go to Kyan's
When you want magazines, confection
ery, books, stationery, ammunition '
graphophone records. Souvenir postal)
Choice hams and bacon, none finer.
Globe Meat Market.
Tho Cozy restaurant, commencing '
February 4 will be open G a. in. "
p. m. Short orders and regular meat
Huntzinger, tho artist, is back in ur
city and will be ready to please tt
public with the latest styles in pli-'"g