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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BEL7 - - -
Saturday, April 6,
Page Two . .
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning oxcopt Monday.
Admitted to tho mails as second class
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Subscribers pleaso notify this offlco
in caso of non-delivery of tho daily,
v Advertising rates mndo known on ap
plication. Tho war in Contrnl America should
euso before the summer uvnther be
gins. It's most too hot during midsum
mer down there to work.
Wo never did .think very much of
William Randolph Hearst, but if he has
allied himself with Hnrrimau and
Kockofeller we won't think any thing of
Like other men who went along for
years without a failure, Jerome proves
himself a hard loser. His past numer
ous successes have imbued him with a
beliof in hN own infaillihility, and the
lunacy commission made a deep dent in
his bum) of conceit.
So far President ltoosuvelt has not
congratulated the commission in lunacy
for. flndiug Harrv Thaw sane. It's
' about the first public all'air that "that
man in the "White House " hasn't butted
If there is anything in Attorney
General Clark's opinion, that a woman
who o'wns a saloon can personally con
duct it and sing, teud bar or hit the
piano in said saloon, it looks as thriugh
there will soon be a number of women
in the liquor business. But wo think
the A. G. is off.
CUT IT ALL OUT
If the city council lias decidqd that
there must be no gambling of any kind
,. in Globe, as is evidenced by the stop
ping of all card playing in saloons, they
should see to it that thore is no playing
for money in secret. It is inevitable
ithat poker rooms will spring up in ob
seuro places and if these are to be a!
lowed to run, it would have been much
better to permit tho continuanco of
card playing in saloons. It's in the
quiet, obscure places that tho sucker
will bo parted from his money, not in
the saloons, where they play, as a rule,
openly and above board. It is a certain
ty that there will be secret gambling of
some form or other and it is up to the
city officials to see that it is eradicated
entirely, now that they have taken the
A- POLITICAL MOVE
Tho alleged conspiracy to put Itoose
velt out of business looks to us like n
shruwd jKiliticnl move of tho president
,tu put himself in line for an accept
unco of thy Republican nomination for
president next year. His denials in
the past have been so strong that some
thing had to lie done to give him a
i loophole through which ho could .crawl
' and signify his willingness to accept a
'' " ' third term. Tlip alleged fact that Hock
, el'elle.r, Harrirufln and Hearst' had
, formed a combination to down him
gives the president this opportunity.
lie couki nanny Keep irom running
k ,&g&in If such a combination had really
v, Loeh effected. One thing at least is-cer-
'.s 'tain, and that is, when it comes to prac-
' "tiiial politics, Theodore Roosevelt does
n't huve to take oft' his hat to any
CHASING THE PRESIDENT
Tho political jwt is "a-boilin' right
cheerful" in tho Republican kitchen.
Mr. Fornker has chunked the fire. Mr.
Dick has thrown on some fagots, and
Editor Taft is tho man who puts tho
kettle on. All the turnspits and scul
lions are agitated and anxiously seek-
J ing stuff to compose the soup bunch.
The great question is whether tho brow
is to bo progress soup or reaction broth.
On the surfaco it looks as though the
G. O. P. was on the eve of separating
into two hostile camps, as did tho Dem
ocracy of 18i)U, but when we recall tho
admirable discipline of the Republican
r party and Mr. Roosevelt's skill as a
'.- party leader, that sort of consumma
tion is tho child of Democratic wishes.
i Wo know exactly what tho Democracy
would do under liko conditions; they
' would do as they did in 1800 and in
181)6 bolt. There is an individuality,
an independence, a positivity in your
unterrified Democrat that is wanting jn
your unfaltering Itopublicnn, who has a
V i,6000?1"-1 fr what ho regards as so
much nonsenso. Tho almighty unoxpect-
- cd will have to happen if there shall
come a serious split in tho Republican
camp, though it is a beautiful quarrel as
Somo people affect to think thnt Sec-
. ' rotary Taft makes a tactical mistake
Jih taking up tho work of itinerant
. sfntesmen at this time; but they forget
thnt at least one of our presidents was
nominutod Bimply bocause ho bad boon
abroad for a long timo boforo tho con
vention assembled. Tho ofllco of presi
dent is a coquette. In tho Tntlor, some
two centuries ago, Steele tells us of a
vision ho had. He found himself in a
mighty wood, and after penetrating to
tho ccntor of it, ho snw a limitless Hold
in which wero gathered all tho human
boings iu the world. Three nvonues is
sued from it one for youth, ono for
manhood and ono for age love, ambi
tion, uvarico. Steele took the road of
youth and saw nil manner of courtships.
"I could not but observe two things
in this place which I thought very par
ticular. That several persons who stood
only nt tho ond of the nvonues nnd cast
a careless oyo upon tho nymphs during
their whole night, often eatchod them;
when those who pressed thorn tho most
warmly, through nil their turns nnd dou
bles, wero wholly unsuccessful."
And so it is with the presidency of
tho United States. It is a jado that re
fuses to bo taken, though it is not
averse to giving itself to the one in
difforent to it, or seemingly so Polk,
Taylor (who refused to take the letter
out of the postoflice announcing his
nomination because the postage was not
prepaid), Pierce, Hayes, Garfield. As
for Buehannn, he had been sy frequent
ly defeated in convention that ho had
given up hope, and the nomination
eanie when ho least expected it.
If Mr. Taft should romaiu away on
ollieiul chores n twelvemonth, ho is
moro likely to mnko than lose' by it.
It would be a grand thing for our
old friend, the Democratic party, if it,
too, had n multitude of candidates and
as lively rivalry among them as there
is in the Republican household. Wash
Barrett's Soda Fountain
Attorney General Clark Gives It as His
Opinion that They Are Not Debarred
by New Law from Engaging in Any
. .Line of Business They May Wish.
During office hours yesterday tho dis
trict attorney's and sherifls offices
wero visited by a large number of per
sons engaged in the retail liquor busi
ness, seeking information concerning
tho operation of tho different laws
passed by the last legislature, rcgu
latiug the liquor traffic and tho em
ploymont qf women iu saloons, says the
Attorney General K. S. Chirk has
given it as his opinion that any woman
dependent upon herself for support and
owning a saloon could continue the
business and even work in the saloon
itself. He sots forth, as a principle of
law that any citizen, man or woman,
cannot be prevented from engaging in
or carrying on any business or occupa
tion recognized by tho lnw.
As a result of this interpretation of
the lnw barring women from saloons,
which allows a woman owning a sa
loon to conduct and work in her own
place of business, it is said that own
ers of certain saloons in this vicinity
are considering tho advisability of in
corporating their business, taking in
women as partners, so thnt they can
thus evade the recent law.
Just how the theory, in actual prac
tice, will work out, remains to be seen,
but a number of prominent lawyers
of Bisbee, when questioned as to what
effect the opinion of the attorney gen
eral, were it correct, would -have, said
thoy failed to see how any woman own
ing an interest in a saloon business
could bo barred any quicker than ono
owning the entire business, as the law
does not, in that sense, differentiate be
tween an entire owner. and a part own
er. The opinion of tho attorney general
has raised jtossibilities, which, it is
said, some of the saloon men will be
quick to take advantage of.
The law barring women from saloons,
according to the terms of tho bill, took
effect April 5, and is as follows:
An Act to Prevent Women and Minors
from Loitering in or Frequenting
Saloons or Places Where Liquor Is
Served or Furnished.
He it enacted by the Legislative As
sembly of the Territory of", Arizona:"
Section 1. That it shall (lie unlawful
for the owner of any saloon within tho
Territory of Arizona to permit any
woman or minor, either for hire or
otherwise, to sing, to recite, to dance,
to piny on any musical instrument, to
give any theatrical or other exhibi
tion, to drink, servo drinks or any other
form of refreshment or viands, or to
solicit for tho purchase or salo thereof;
to engage in, or to take part iu, any
gamo of chance or amusomont, or to
loiter in any saloon or in any room or
apartment, oxcopt tho lobby of a legiti
mate hotel, opening from pr into any
nloon within the Territory of Arizona.
Section 2. Any person who shall vio
late any provision of this" Act, shnll
bo deemed guilty of a misdomennor,
nnd upon conviction thereof, shall bo
punished by a fine of not less than
Fifty Dollars, nor moro thnn Three
Hundred Dollars, or by imprisonment
in tho county jail for not lefts than
thirty days or moro than ono hundred
and eighty dnys, or by both such flue
and imprisonment, in tho discretion of
Section 3. This Act shall take effect
from nnd after thirty days from tho
date of its passago.
NEILL E., BAILEY,
Speaker of ,tho House.
A. J. DORAN,
President of tho Council.
Received March -1, 1907.
Approved March 5, J907.
PAID FOE STEAKS
Swell Club of PrcscQtt Young Men Is
Suod for Moat Bill
The corpse of tho defunct Young
Men's Commercial Club of Prescott,
which died from eating $325 worth of
T-boue steaks, chicken, turkey, etc.,
in the short space of six ;eeks, was
disinterred long enough in the district
court to have judgment rendered
against it in the sum of $10 and costs
in the suit of the Prescott Meat com
pany vs. tho aforesaid Young Men's
club, tho plaintiffs suing for $275 al
leged to bo due them on the originnl
$325 meat bill.
Both defendants, of which there
wore twelve belonging to tho Prescott
Four Hundred, and plaintiffs, claim a
victory in tho decision of the jury, the
former bv leason of tho fact that they
have to pay $10 instead of $275, and
the later because they have secured
judgment, which they declare is a vin
dication for their biinging suit, and
which verdict will have the effect, pre
sumably, of lendering the future credit
of the twelve gentlemen in question
more or less nil.
It was admitted on the witness stand
by representatives of the meat com
pany that one of the members of the
club had asked for credit to the extent
of $50 or $G0, which had been granted,
but that the $50 or $00 was exceeded
before the organization had beeu fairly
launched. This testimany was eorrob
orated by members of tho club. It also
developed that the meat company did
not notify the club members that the
$50 or $00 had been exceeded, but kept
right on filling their eiders until the
total reached in six weeks the sum of
Then came the awakening on both
sides. The members of the club dis
covered that their bill had run too
high. A call by the latter on the for
mer resulted iu $50 being paid on ur
count, leaving a balance due the meat
company of $275.
This bill was protested by the mem
bers, who claimed the meat compuny
should have notified them wheu the
$50 or $00 had been eaten up. As the
company had not done this the jury
decided that they were only entitled to
the $50 or $00, and as it was admitted
$50 had beeu paid the company, they
were given judgment for the other $10
and costs. The defendants promptly
paid the judgment.
Go to the Central Market and receive
a ticket with your purchase. 173
Are you warm?
Cool off at Barrett V
Where Women Can Gamble
At Palm Beach, alono in nil America,
can women gamble "decently;" that is,
not simply play bridge, but roulette
and such, in temples dedicated partic
ularly to chance. One must dwell in
such dreadful sin hereabout, since how
can we claim a Riviera without a Monte
Carlo? The Florida legislature allows
it, for a proper price, and in proper
hyjKicritical fashion. The place w called
the Beach Club, run by two brothers
well known to the New York tenderloin
and several district attorneys. Election
to membership is extremely difficult
Tho qualifications are a dinner coat and
an acquaintance who lias "bucked'
the wheel in the club at least once be
fore. You enter with him, sign your
name and his to a slip of paper and
receive a "yellow membership" ticket
"not transferable," "to be shown
when requested," bearing the auto
sjraph of the clerk at the desk. A book
of by-laws tossed at you, provides,
among much Hoyle: "No gentleman
under 25 years will be admitted to thii
.dub." "Article 3, section 3, regard
ing evening dress, will be waived in the
case of members taking their departure
on evening trains." Outing Magazine
Sandy Pikes Winter's cumin,'
Gritty George Why so?
Sandy Pikes I was offered ten straw-
hats before breakfast this morning.
DR. P. B. CALER
Office over Palace Pharmacy
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Offlco Rooms, 6-7-9 Trust Building
Office Phono Main 181
Residonce, Dominion Hotel
GEO. J. STONEMAN
Attorney At Law
Office in the Butler Building
GLOBE, - - ARIZONA
-. DOCTOR McPHEETERS
Hotel Dominion Phone 1341
Office: ROOMS 1-3 TRUST BUILDING
GEORGE K. FRENCH
NOTICE TO THE LADIES OF GLOBE
MRS. HENRY REED
lias "opened nor elegant parlors for hair-
dressing, snampoomg ana facial mas
sago in the new Toombs building, where
she will bo pleased to demonstrate her
first-class opportunities for giving the
ladies cf Globo efficient treatment. Call
and be convinced.
Rooms 7 and 8. P. O. Bide. Phone 1241
Make Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results. ,
Advertisements under this head 10 cents per line tbe first Insertion and 0 cents per line each
subsequent Insertion. By the month, SI.OU perllne. No ad Inserted tor lew than 20 cents. All
ads under this head must be paid for In advance. Discount to regular advertisers.
TIMBER FRAMERS WANTED Ex
perienced men only. Apply to War
rior Copper Co., Black Warrior, Ariz.
WANTED TO RENT A four room
house unfurnished. Inquire nt tho
Silver Belt office. tf
BAKER WANTED Arizona Bakery
wants a baker for cakes and bread.
POSITION WANTED Cook of ability
wants job; no objection to going to
country. Call on ('lias, dordeon, this
WANTED To buy either a good burro
or plug pony. Call on Pine Mt. Cop
per Co. or E. .1. hong, Ballground.
TOOL SHARPENERS WANTED Ex-
perienced men only. Apply to War
rior Copper Co., Black Warrior, Ariz.
SHIFT BOSS WANTED Thoroughly
reliable, experienced mid up to date
shift boss wanted to take charge of
a crew of men nt a producing mine
near Globe, Ariz.; a very desirable
position; school, store and postoflice
in camp; references required; replies
confidential. G, Silver Belt office.
WANTED Position as clerk in mercan
tile house; can speak Spanish. Ad
dress H. S., Silver Belt.
COOK WANTED Lady preferred, at
Moody 1 Hall boarding house, near
Old Dominion smelter. 151
WAITRESS WANTED Miller board
ing house, ueur smelter; wages $10
per month. 151
A LITTLE BIT
"Live and let live." Union Cash
Market, C Musgrave, proprietor.
Stage to Gibson Mine
Stage wili leave each Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday mornings at 9:30 a.
in., from Barclay & Higdon's corral.
Choice beef, pasture fed and the fin
est to be had anywhere. Globe Meat
Bergeron 's orchestra will play tonight
at Dreamland for the big dance and
wili play each night until further no
tice. Come ami hear this orchestra.
Choice hams and bacon, none finer
Globe Meat Market.
The Central Market coupon tickets
are valuable. Save them. 173
Parties wauting brick can have their
tvants promptly supplied by leaving
thoir orders nt the office of
GIBSON & HENDERSON,
Mines and Stock Exchange, Globo, Ariz.
If you are lost follow anybody; you
will bring up at Tbe Dime.
He Yes; that's my wife crossing the
road. We hadn't been married more
than a year before we separated.
She What eaused the delay? Illus
UAMIIUPMTAI IWADK Cemetery Decorations
in vnuiuLi 1 1 riL i n viu of All Kinds
IRON FENCING and FINE STONE WORK
W. R. NORTON Architect
Room 12, Globe Building
iM4Mq..i..4..H - - I - "I"M""l - - l -
I Globe Real
Mn have mnuprl infn
ers and will be pleased to serve you.
Call and see us before buying any
Real Estate. We may have just what you
are looking for.
We have unimproved property in any
section of the city and a good assortment
of homes. Some furnished.
We can loan you money to build a
home and stop that rent.
i GLOBE' REAL, ESTATE OFFICE r
miiimi in i h m i ii inn i
HOUSE WANTED Four room house
for C. Holdsworth, this office.
WANTED Competent waiters at the
FOR RENT Several neatly furnished
rooms at the McKovitt house, north
of bridge, over Angius & Zenovich
grocery store. 151
FOR RENT Room in the Postofflce
building. Apply nt Silver Belt office.
FOR RENT Nice front room, furn
ished. Inquire this office. tf
TO LET Three furnished rooms with
bath; quiet and select location; two
blocks from city hall; very reason
able terms. Addiess Musical Director,
Dominion hotel. 155
FOR RENT Furnished house of four
rooms nnd bath. Inquire E. L. Hig
FOR SALE Cheap household furniture.
Call Enst Globe addition, B. V. Pep
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A gold wishbono pin set with
six pearls. Suitable reward if re
turned to this office.
FOUND A gold rimmed pair of nose
glasses. Call at this office.
LOST Pair gray buckskin gloves be
tween Sultau's grocery and Ball
grounds. Keturu to this office.
LOST Pair of gauntlet gloves; new
automobile gloves. Hewurd for return
to this office.
Notice of Stockholders' Mooting
March 2S, MOU
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of The Keystone Copper Company
will be held nt the office of L. L. Henry,
in tho courthouse, nt Globe, Arizona, on
the 11th day of April, 1907, .'it 2 o'clock
p. m., for the purpose of electing direct
ors and for the transaction of Mich
other business as may come liefoio said
meeting h, E. WIGHTMAN,
Is one of Globe's oldest and best)
known cafes; everything flrst-rlass in
liii line. Cnll and be convinced.
"My husband has never ceased talk
ing about his mother's cooking," said
the sensitive woman.
"Never mind," answered the wise
one, "your boys will be doing the same
thing after they re married. Wash
A satisfied customer is my best ad
vertisemcut. M. O. Bonno, Central Mar
We receive Kansas poultry twjee a
week. Globe Meat Market. .,
Try our sausage, the very finest in
quality. Globe Meat Market.
Kino fresh Kansas pork.
On Cemetery Gulch
UttLt Central bchool BulUlne
- - I - - 4 - l -
ntir normanont nnart. I '
F. L. TOOMBSpManager ' , i
Next Door to Silver Belt I
Mm i i m mih i i m i i i m i i
A large carload of Stoves and Ranges;
the World's best
Monarch Malleable Range
Moore's Merit Steel Range
Stewart's Steel Range
Excelsior Steel Range
Cast wood and coal Cook Stoves. Gasoline
sizes and prices.
P. O. Box 696
i ? -' k
Finest rooms in the city.
Everything new, rates
reasonable and special
inducements offered to
by the month -
Freoh Cream and Bu ter
milk in any quantity and
always on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
A large car of Alaska Refrigerators and
Ice Chests, white enameled and plain, all
A large assortment of Art Squares and Rugs
Cheap; and High Prices
J; P. I McNEIL
Opposite Miner's Union Hall
DO YOU WANTTOSAV MONEY
If to, trade at
MILL WILLIAMS' STORE
' He Carries
Boots and Shoes
Brown ! & Scanlan
Successors to I. 0. L0WTHIAN
Fuel, Feed -and Groceries
Telephone 751 Store Opp. Depot!
Lule Angius Steve Kristovich Nick Zenovich 1
IKY THE NEW FIRM
ANGIUS - - ZENOVICH CO. I
Dealers in Groceries and Provisions c
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos, Etc.
Evervth Rf Reliable and Endorsed bv Pure Food Law 51
P. O. Box 59 1 -Phone 1571 McKevitt Bldg., Globe, Arizoni
Th'e Finest Resort in Globe
Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wine3
Schlitz ' and Anheuserf Busch Beer always on Draught
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Another offer we propose
careful handling, cutting ana
Still another, lowest selling
price the market will warrant.
With such a combination,
proved by years of square
dealing, ought we not to nae
Pioneer Meat Co.
.xANDt SHORT ORDERS A
SPECIALTY. IN REAR
OF STAG SALOON ::
Of the quality you want, in the
quantity you require, is our ot
ter in Meats ana Poultry.
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