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OAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Wednesday, April 17,1907
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning oxcopt Monday.
Admitted to tho mails as second, class
JOB. H. HAMILI Proprietor
Member of the Associated Press
Daily, by mail, ono year $7.50
Daily, by carrier, ono nionth... .75
Weekly, ono year . ,.. 2.50
Weokly, six months ........... 1.25
Cash in advanco
Subscribers ploaso notify this office
in caso of non-delivery of tho daily,
Advertising rates made known on application.
AMERICAN MINERS ARE NOT
Under the heading of "The Health
of Minors," tho Mining World pub
lishes an editorial which starts out with
the statement that thore is a good deal
of consolation in learning that tho risk
of miners by disease is less than in
many other occupations. Tt says that
as a rule the liiiners are .seldom com
pelled to -apply for sick leave. Then
wo -find this sontence:
'By sick lcavo is not meant to lay
oft" for .several days or a week to rest
tho limbs and cloar the brain after
celobrating pay day, which usually
comes onco a month."
Later down in tho articlo this "sen
tence is found:
"Nervous dobility unless it is the
rejult of debauchory cannot bo said to
be a prominont natural cause leading
to tho death of miners."
'These ure statements and the gen
eral tone of the articlo carry the infer-t-neo
,thnt miners as a class are given
to .drink, to debauchory, to sporting
life and to careloss abaudbnment, which
is ofon resultant in physical disaster
The Gazotte wants to enter a pro
test against this inference in tho edi
torial of tho Mining World. It is all
wrong. It is tho old fashioned idea of
the minor. The idea was always exag
gerated even when there was some ex
cuso for its propagation. In these days
it is a rank slander on the miner.
Wo know the minors of the copper
country are not in tho habit of getting
drunk and remaining away from work
immediately after pay day. Wo know
too that there are no cases of nervous
prostration resulting from debauchery
among the miners of tho Michigan dis
tricts. There may bo occasional instances
of. drunken miners on pay day, but
tho miners as a class are able to show
a far better record in this respect than
any other class of labor in the country.
Tho type of miner to which wo aro ac
customed hero in the coppor country is
sobor, industrious and his health is
generally excellent. Ho knows how to
take care of himself and he knows that
getting intoxicated on pay day or any
other day is going to interfere with his
general health. Therefore, he doesn't
Perhaps our miners aro above tho
gopernl run of miners, but wo doubt it.
Wo have soen, known and mixed with
the miners of Butto and Bisbeo and
they are as fine a class of men as ypu
would ask to meet in any part of the
world. Tho miners aro not entitled to
the slander which tho Mining World
gives them. Because some miners got
drunk is no sign that miners as a whole
get drunk. .Some ministers go wrong,
butfas,a class they aro not condemned.
Some army' dfficers are discharged from
the service for intoxication, but the
wholo army is not condemnor for thoir
irregularities. Why, even some news
paper men bring up at the wrong end
of the lnno, but they aro not all bad.
Houghton Mining Gazette.
whole thing is falso, born of tho most
uncompromising spirit of commercial
ism, and issued without regurd to any
principlo higher than to "sell the pa
por." Wo may chooso to excuse those
"supplements" as fleotlng in thoir In
fluence, and on the ground that thoy
"nmuso tho ohildron" who forget-them.
But wo need only look back to our own
childhood and quickly prove to our
selves tho untruth of such an argument.
Childhood influences aro trohtondoitsly
potent; impressions made upon us in tho
first fifteon years of our lives nro prac
tically inoffaceablo. If thoy were othor
wiso, why do wo take so muchpaihs in
training our children!
Childhood memories nro not fleeting;
thoy aro pormnnout; and in that very
fact lies tho incalculable injury of theso
"supplements." Fow things lattorly
devised by tho mind of man aro likely
to provj so pornicious to tho futuro
ideas of our childron as. theso modorn
Uespoilors of tho youthful mind. It is
indeed a pity whon a parent so far
forgets tho right proportion of things
as to allow his child's initial idoas to be
formed or influenced by a literature so
low and an art so falso. Ladies Home
iOoppor i Queen Company Sends Emis
sary to Michigan to Got Men to
Work in the Mines of the Warren
District, Where- Striko Is now On.
District Court Convenes at Solomonvillo
This Morning -for tho 'Spring
Term List of .Grand and Trial Ju
rors for tho Term.
Judge F. S. 'Nave loaves this
morning for Solomonvillo, where he will
convono the spring term of court for
Grahnm tounty. A number of Globe
attoruoys will go to Solomonville to
attond tho session and Ralph Sturgis,
court roportor for this district, who has
boon sponding a weok at Tucson, will
arrive there today also.
Tho following nro tho grand and trial
jurors who havo been chosen for the
Grand Jurors C. M. Layton, .T. H.
Nuttall, A. B. Monteith, W. T. Wassey,
Alex. C. Hunt, John Hancock, Thomas
Richards, W. W. Hawkins, II. J. Dow
die, Z. C. Prinn, M. Z. Elliott, John F.
Nichols, W. T. Wobb, IF. Modo, Charles
Hunt, Frank Bocher, L. H. Chadbourne,
losoph H. Lines, Ira Harper, J. M. Ste
venson. Trial Jurors Georgo McAlister, U. G.
Wolfe, R. L. Bailey, Albort Chess, G.
W. Quinn, F. J. Sholden, C. T. Reyn
olds, W. S. Wheolor, Will W. Dougherty,
F. 0. Bacon, Silas P. Jenkins, Minor 0.
Simms, S. F. Await, D. J. Sparks, Chas,
W. Coombs, C. J. Nolson," J. A. Hil
droth, E. A. Curtis, Thomas Moody, N.
T. Kempton, D. A. Upchurch, R. B. Ros-
crans, Richard Campbell, W. T. Warron,
j. tsninet, unanes a. uiark, ,i. is.
Holt, Harrison V. Coombs, Ernest W.
Dudloy, Y. Hudson, James A. Campbell,
I. A. Irwin, Alfred Bihop, A. L.
Kunce, James P. Welkuy'William Berry,
Charles Shaffer, 0. M. Allon, John Go
bol, Emil Malchow, James Tyron, Geo.
C. Evans, V. P. Hastings, P. R. Van
Bibber, M. O. Goodspoed, W. F. Pres
ton, T. J. Watson, Benjamin F. Cluff,
Fred W. Horzke, J. J. Robertson.
Genuine mutton, fine and fat, at Bon
no's Central Market.
Reflections of a ,Bachelor.
It might bo worth while to be good if
anybody would bolisve it.t
A woman never seonis to think her
husband is sick unless ho cusses a lot
Cus9ing is a mightyi useful thing to
keep a man from being so mad he
would do something worse.
If a man that a girl' is in lovo with
asks a policeman where a street is she
calls him strong and bruve. New York
Saves a Ti;ip
Visiting in the copper country at tho
present timo is a represontativo of tho
Coppor Queen Mining companj' of Bis
beo, Ariz., named Trevatick. Ho is
commissioned to get for the mining
company which ho represents a largo
forco of miners, trammors and othor
men who will tako positions with the
Copper Quoon company at Bisbeo, says
,tho Houghton Mining Gazette.
The Copper Queen agont arrived hero
this week, but so far his success has
not boon tho most flattering. "While
there aro some men hero who aro will
ing to mako the chango to Arizona, still
Jnnny of tho miners now working feel
thnt in tho long run that thoy would
gain but littlo through accepting po
sitions with the Bisboo company.
Tho Copper Queen company is offer
ing all kinds of inducements in the
way of high wages, excellent homos
and prospects for tho future. When
Mr. Trevatick left Bisboo for the north
thore woro no labor troubles in the
camp, only there was a lack of men
thoro to mako it possiblo to carry op
erations on as extensively as was de
sired. Wages offered rauge from $4
por day up with an eight-hour day in
Many Leave in Summer
Throughout Bisboo and tho mines of
tho southwest much difficulty is ex
perienced in gotting men to remnin at
work permanently. Most of them are
contented with saving up a small sum
of money nnd then travel around from
one camp to another and sco the sights
and thou settle down again for a short
time. This invariably takes place in
the summer months and It is to guard
against this constant change thnt tho
mining officials are taking the present
Lake Superior men are known to bo
workers of steady habits and once thoy
dottle down to work will not migrate
from place to place as readily as do the
southerners. Thoy are a hotter class
of men on tho wholo and make desir
ablo employees. Thoy aro skillful work
men and appreciate every effort put
forth in their behalf.
Even should tho floating supply of
mine employees during tho next few
months bo less thnn usual, tho men
who will bo secured in the coppor coun-
ory can bo used to excellent advantage.
Tho mines are -not being worked now
to thoir full capacity becauso of tho
shortago of skilled as well as unskilled
labor. Plans for much largor 'produc
tion from almost all of 'the mines in
tlio Warren district have been made,
but it is now up to tho mino officials
to get more men at work mining before
this will be possible.
When asked concerning tho labor
situation in tho Bisbeo camp, Mr. Trov
atick claimed that all was serene whon
ho left Bisbee. Apparently tho men
were all satisfied with the raise in
wages granted several weeks ago, and
were all working as usual. Ho was
greatly surprised when ho heard of tho
imponding strike in tho camp and can
not account for it in another way than
that it is tho work of a few disgrun
tled ones-who would rather bo ruled by
a fewvunion bosses than remnin at work
Mr. Trevatick has gre'at confidence
in tho future of tho Bisbeo camp and
believes thnt the striko will not last
long. Tho men aro now getting good
pny for all kinds of work done nnd are
accorded every privilege which they
could desire and' which could possibly
bo' granted them.
Make Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under this hcuA 10 cents per line the llrst Insertion and (j cents per line each
subsequent Insertion. By tho month, ll.oo por line No d Inserted for less thn SO cents. AU
ads under this head must be paid for in ad anoe. Discount to reimivr advertisers.
POSITION WANTED Japanese cook
wants position in mining camp. Ad
dross Kana Yama, this office. 101
WANTED At Silver Belt office, cot
ton rags for press washing.
WANTED Competent waiters at the
FOR RENT Room in the Postofflce
building. Apply at Silver Bolt office
TO LET Two room cabin for batch
ing. Inquire Mrs. J. L. Knopfol, hoc
oud house south of Hill street bridge
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms
with bath in private family, South
Hill street; Phouo 1391. 188
FOR RENT Throo room furnished
houso- or rooms. Address until Tues
day P. 0. Box 903. 100
FOR RENT Several neatly furnished
rooms at tho McKovitt house, north
of bridge, over Angius & Zenovich
grocery store. 181
Read tho Silver Belt; always up to
date and newsy.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Pair gray buckskin gloves be
tween Sultau'H grocery and Ball
grounds. Return to this office.
LOST Gray coat between Live Oak
road nnd Roggcnstroh hill. Leave at
this office; reward. 101
LOST Dragon scarf pin with diamond
botweon Ballground nnd Dominion ho
tel. Reward if left at office of Silver
LOST Pair of gauntlet gloves; new
automobile gloves. Roward for return
to this olficG
FOR SALE Furnished houso ten rooms
close in; easy tenns. J. S. Towle. tf
SEWING MACHINE FOR SALE In
quire at this office. tf
FOR SALE A folding cot, mattress
nnd pillow, practically now and cheap.
Cull at tent in Kcnnoy's park. 101
FOR SALE Household furniture cheap.
Address II. II. Freeman at Edmund
sou residence, Bast Globe. 105
FOR SALE No. 6 Remington Type
writer. Miss J. B. Allon, ono door
north Arizona Steam laundry. 105
A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING
Tom Yes, I wrote a letter proposing
marriage to that Boston girl.
Dick And did she turn you down?
Tom Yes, I made the mistake of
.spelling "honor" without the "u."
The Globe Bank & Savings company,
incorporated, pays 4 per cent on term
doposits and always ready to mako
loans on securities of all kinds. ISO
We receive Kansas poultry
week. Globe Meat Market.
Go to the Central Market and receive
a ticket with your purchase. 173
"Live and let live" Union
Market, C Musgrave, proprietor.
Try Molroso Rye if you want
something extrn fine; splendid for med
icinal purposes and as pnre a brand as
can be had anywhere. Bankers' Garden.
All your friends arc
Dime; join them.
going to The
Choice beef, pasture fed and the fin
est to be had anywhere. Globe Meat
His wife took in washing until
Death cut her sad life short;
And now he's on his uppers, for
He's lost his sole support.
Choice hams and
Globe Meat Market.
bacon, none finer
The Central Market coupon tickets
aro valuable. Save them. 173
Southdown mutton at Bonne's Central
Dr. M. D. Thomas, the eye specialist,
lius concluded to stay in Globe until
April 20. The Dr. fits glasses and a fit
guaranteed. Money back if you are not
satisfied. Will cull any part of the city.
Telephone 731 or stop white team. 109
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.
Stoves and Ovens
A large car of Alaska Refrigerators and
Ice Chests, white enameled and plain, all
sizes and prices.
A large assortment of Art Squares and Rugs
Cheap and High Prices
The Globe Bunk &. Savings Co. Inc.
pays 4 per cent on term deposits and
always ready to make loans on securi
ties of all kinds. 180
Swcllest goods in town. Ladies' suits,
cloaks, silk dresses and gowns, waists,
skirts, hosiery, millinery, new goods,
switches, fancy goods, etc. Tho People's
Store, Dolph Baatz, Prop., Globe, Ariz.
Try our sausage, the very finest in
quality. Globe Meat Market.
Her Greatest Need
Mr. Dumloy I want to make a gift
to Miss Passay. I wonder what sort of
animal she'd prefer for a pet.
Miss Knox A man.
Everybody buy fine meat at Bonne's
Central Market and receive a ticket.
Remember, $10.00 in tickets will entitle
you to 50 cents in trade. Save your
Storage room phone 601.
No flies in Bonne's Central Market.
Come and get your tickets. 173
If you are lost follow anybody; you
will bring up at The Dime.
Remember, your money back if for
any reason you want it when you ger
glasses from Dr. Thomas. '09
J. P. McNEIL 1
Opposite Miner's Union Hall
DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY
If so, trade at
MILL WILLIAMS' STORE
Liquors and Cigars
Boots and Shoes
Brown & Scanlan
Successors to I. 0. LOWTHIAN
Fuel, Feed and Groceries
Telephone 751 Store Opp. Depot
P. O. Box 696
Globe, Ariz., April 9, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that J. C.
Britt is no longor in tho employ of, or
in any way connected with tho under
signed, nnd said company will not be
responsible for any debts or obligations
contracted by him.
CANANEA & GLOBE EXPLORATION
& DEVELOPMENT CO. 1S3
Fine lino of Indies' hats just received
at- tho Racket Storo. 10!)
THE "COMIC" SUPPLEMENT
Tho average parent docs not seem to
realize the absolute injury that ho does
to his children by tho admission into
his home of the so-called "comic sup
plements," issued with tho avorago
modem Sunday newspaper. It is said
enough when tho parent himself wastes
his time ovor tho so-called funnyisms
and'aistorted art (!) which theso sup
plements contain. But, at least, ho is
supposed to havo tho intelligence to
give tho poor stuff the low relative
place to which, if it has any placo at
all, it is entitlod. But tho child cannot
do this. Ho accepts the slang in which
tho low wit is couched as current speech
and adopts it and uses it as his own.
Ho accepts tho raoaningloss wit as his
idea of humor, and receives tho dis
torted figures as his conception of art.
So, in language, in litoraturo and in
art 'ho rocoives his first idoas at tho
most improssionablo part of his life
from those hideous American plagues.
Does the avorago fathor fully. realizo
thlsf Docs ho realizo tho absolutely
false noto that ho strikes in this way
on tho mind and tho character of his
own child at tho beginning of its life!
.For it must not bo forgotten that in
their spirit, conception, writing and art
there is' not a single spark of sincerity
flr htnmt )iffort in these, pages. Tho
BRANCH OFFICE OF THE McKAN
NA LIQUOR CURE ESTABLISHED
A number of Globo men are already
taking advantago of tho opportunity
.to be cured of their thirst for whisky.
Travoling in Arizona takes considerable
money and considerable time. Not a
few of tho drinking men of Globe have
long contemplated a trip to tho liquor
euro sanitnrium, but simply could not
sparo tho time. Thoso men are heartily
congratulating themselves on tho solu
tion of tho problem. Thoy -aro taking
auvantago or tlio clinnco to be cured
by the McKanna treatment right at
Tho McKanna Liquor Cure is tho
original non-hypodormic method of
eradicating the whisky thirst. Becauso
of its simplicity and vegetable compo
sition it can bo administered with per
fect safety to old men, women or ovon
childron. Thoro is hardly a ' man in
Arizona who is not personally acquaint
td with somo person who has jtaken tho
McKanna euro. Thoy nil boar willing
testimony to its efficiency.
Tho gonoral manager of tho McKanna
company is in Globo and has opened
a temporary ofllco in Room 16 of tho
Max Lantin building. Ho is fully pro
parod to treat while horo all casps of
alcoholism. Office hours from 11 to 12
a. m. and 5 to 0 p. m.
BARRETT'S DRUG, STORE
- ; ,,
Bullot in His Hoad Forty-four Years
With a Confederate bullet In his head
that has been there forty-four years
and six montlis, Abraham Strausser of
No. 28 West Third street, 'hale and
hearty, celebrated his seventy-fifth an
niversary of his birth on Sunday. At
30 years of ago, on November 5, 1805,
he enlisted in the Union army, and at
tho battlo of South Mountain, on Sep
tember 11, 1802, Mr. Strausser was
struck squarely between tho eyes with
a mlnio ball, and was left lying on tho
field for dead. o was unconscious for
two days. Then, when he finally did
come to his senses, ho was discovered
by his comrades and carried to a hos
pital. At the hospital ho hovorcd between
life and death for nino weokes, but
finally recovored and was discharged
from tho sorvice. Sinco that timo Mr.
Strausser has spent nearly all of his
life in Columbia county.
On several occasions jio has had X
ray photograp.is taken of his head, a .!
the ball was plainlv located hntwnnn
the roof of his mouth and tho frontal
bone of the skull. The photographs
woro made by omincnt exports, and
thoy all said it was a wonder that ho
was not instantly killed. Bloomsburg
dispatch to tho Philadelphia Record.
Probably the most unnatural of moth
ers is tho incubator.
Even tho dignifiod man would rathor
bend a li'ttlo than go broke.
Distant rolatives Boldom attond tho
funeral of a man who dios poor.
It is far oasior to say you do just
as you please than it ir to do it.
When a bachelor flattors a girl she
is liable to tako him for Cupid's ad
A man, novor boasts that ho doesn 't
knpw tho meaning of fear whon his
wifo is present.
You will 'always got tho hearty ap
prdval of at least ono person whon you
It isn't always a 'case of "snakes"
whetf a iman tfiecs things' double. Per
haps bo's not d" bachelor. Chicago
Coakley Subbubs declares that out
his way one night last week tho tem
perature dropped to zero.
Joakley That's nothing.
Coakley Eh! What's nothing!
The Thing He Missed
Mrs. Goodley Gracious! Just listen
to thnt clergyman! I'm positive he's
swearing. Evidently ho missed his vo
cation. Mr. Goodley No; I think it was his
G. W. M. Carvil has opened a first
class carriage painting establishment in
connection with the Parker blacksmith
shop. (Joncrnl carraigo painting solic
ited. Thoe desiring such work will
find Mr. Carvil at his place of business.
THE CITY BAKERY
Scoble, Sobey & Co.'s
BREAD, PIES AND CAKES
See our display in the window today
Luke Angius Steve Kristovich Nick Zenovich
TRY THE NEW FIRM
ANGIUS --ZENOVICH CO.
Dealers in Groceries and Provisions
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos, Etc.
Everything Reliable and Endorsed by Pure Food Law
P. O. Box 59 1 -Phone 1571 McKevltt Bldg., Globe, Arizona
The Finest Resort in Globe
Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines
Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
The Acme Hotel
fctr tttjm win iw nft ,VcSsnMiM
FRED TEMME, Manager
Formerly the Metropole Cafe
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT AND STRICTLY
CLASS IN EVERY WAY
Finest Lines of Wines
Liquors and Cigars
The most delicious and refreshing glass of beef in
town. Commercial trade solicited
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS CAFE IN CONNECTION
Finest rooms in the city.
Everything new, rates
reasonable and special
inducements offered to
by the month ,
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Of the quality you Want, in the
quantity you require, is our of
fer in Meats and Poultry.
Another offer we propose is
careful handling, cutting and
Still another, lowest selling
price the market will warrant.
rovea dv years
alinsr, ouerht we not
lot to nave
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cream and Butter
milk in any quantity and
always on hand v
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
Pioneer Meat Co.
All persons owing delinquent tnxe
to Gila County, Arizona, are requested
to pay tho same on or before .May 1".
1907, or suit will bo brought to collect
tho taxes, as is required of mo -by Act
No. 92 of the Twenty-second Legisla
trve Assembly of tho Territory of Ari
zona. Upon the institution of suit an
additional cost of 25 per cent as at
torney's foots, ogothor with court costs
and sheriff's fees will bo added to the
taxes now due and if judgment is ob
tained the property may bo sold under
execution. D. S. WILLIAMSON,
County Treasurer and 'Ey-Ofileio Tax
' Collector. "l 189
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