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ITT'"' - ! ' DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Friday, April 26, 1907
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Dally, oy carrier, ono month..-. . .75
Weekly, ono yoar 2.G0
Wcokly, six months
Cash in advnnco
Subscribers plcaso notify this offico
in caso of non-dellvory of tho duily,
Advertising rates mado known on ap
plication. A New York man got sixteen months
imprisonment for packing a gun. In
some respects Gothnm is suporior to
"All is lost savo honor," says Gov
ernor Ilngormau of Now Mexico, and
now the ltopublicnn gangsters who had
him ousted are trying to take that awny
It is roportcd that tho recent tornado
in Louisiana cured n number of insane
persons. Tho report fioes not, however,
state whothor or not tho persons cured
figured in the list of fatalities.
The Xew York militia has balked at
the suggested plan of having joint drills
and sham battles at the encampment
this summor. The New York militia
men want it distinctlv understood that
Ihoy aron't oven play soldiers.
Governor Cummins of Iowa says that
Jtoosovclt must reconsider his determin
ation not to accept tho presidential
nomination, which leads one to believe
that Ex-Secretary Shaw is not tho only
Iowan who has presidential aspirations.
After all Christmas camp docs not
seem to bo as black as painted. Ac
cording to tho residents of that pros
perous Gila county camp tho peoplo
there aro living up to tho appropriate
motto of "Peace on earth, good will
Some of those who attended tho
opening session of tho peace congress
devoloped into pretty good scrappers.
Peace congresses aro nil right as long
as the delegates do not get into too
much trouble over conflicting views as
to the best way of securing permanent
Tho Arizona rangers in Cochiso coun
ty couldn't find a chance to mix up in
the Bisbce strike, so they busted up a
steer tying contest, just because it hap
pened to be contrary to tho law. It
looks as though tho knights of tho rope
would have to follow tho knights of the
green cloth to Nevada in order to keep
proficient in their calling.
ME. BRYAN'S NEW TAD
Finding that tho Democratic party is
not ready to take up his policy for the
government ownership of railroads, even
"ultimately," Mr. Bryan has evidently
been casting about lor a new burning
issue. Ho has hit upon tho "initiative
and referendum" tho frill upon repub
lican government imported from Swit
zerland by some of our socialists. Of
this Mr. Bryan said in his Brooklyn
"You may differ with mo on many
things in reference to party doctrines,
but if you do not believe in tho capa
city of tho peoplo to govern thomselvcs,
which is what the initiative and refer
endum mean, I will drive you out of
the Democratic party."
Is not this a fino and hopeful spirit
in which to approach tho presidential
campaign of next year? Think of driv
ing out of tho Democratic party all who
do not accept tho initiative nd refer
endum! Of all tho ways so far sug
gested this year of keeping tho party
small, this would perhaps bo tho most
effectual. The great majority of the
people do not understand it, and many
of thoso who havostudicd and observed
it do not regard it as a workable prin
ciple here. However adaptablo it may
Tjo to cities or even to states and tlTo
few experiments made in this country
aro by noTncanB conclusive as to is
usefulness it is entirely impracticable
for a nation of 80,000,000 people, living
in forty-fivo states. Tho "town meet
ing" or mass meeting system of gov
ernment may bo capablo of considerably
expansion, but it cannot bo stretched to
cover tho continent.
Mr. Bryan implies thnt there cannot
bo real republican government, demon
strating "tho capacity of tho peoplo to
govern themselves," without this new
fangled appendix. Who governed this
country and what kind of a government
was it, for tho hundred years or moro
beforo tho "initiative and referendum"
wero heard of hero f Is not a represent
ative government democratic!
As an organizer of defeat and n
godsend to tho Republican party, tho
"peerless leader" has no equal.
Deposed Govornor of New Mexico Prom
ises to Havo Somothing Doing Soon
His Attornoy Qenoral Dofends Him
In Intorviow at Las Vogas.
A dispatch dated at Kansas City says:
Governor Herbert J. llagerman of
Now Moxico, whoso resignation ns gov
ornor hns bqun requested by President
Koosovelt us tho result of charges filed
by Bull Androws, Major W. II. II. Lle
wellyn and others, departed for New
Mexico, reaching hero from St. Lcuij
after a stay of three days in tho latter
city. As tho governor was leaving 'io
said ho beliovod that his resignation hn'l
boon requested as tho result of enmitj
incurred through his efforts to over
throw a corrupt ring of grafters in
New Moxieo who havo been making a
violent fight against him ns tho result
of his efforts in this direction. Gover
nor Hngcrmnn stated that ho has not
yet officially resigned, but that ho would
Bond his resignation to President Kooso
volt ns soon as ho reaches Albuquerque.
The govornor said further that upon his
resignation ho would make exposures
thnt he beliovod would create consider
able of a sensation.
In an intorviow given out at Lai
Vogns and published in tho Optic,
Attornoy General W. C. Reid, comment
ing upon the forced resignation of Gov
ornor II. J. llagerman, says:
"Being acquainted with Governor
Hngerninn ns I am, I know his every
motive was and is right and good. I
beliovo ho has accomplished more in
awakening tho public conscience in Now
Mexico in the direction of better gov
ernment, in the year and a half that ho
has been governor, than was dono in
any ton years preceding him. Of course,
ovoryono knows that ho could havo got
ten along in tho old way of doing
things, and havo had a long and peace
ful administration, but to have dono so
would bo to yield up every principle of
decency and good government which
which ho outcrtaincd when he took of
fice, and, looking back over it all now,
I feel that I know Governor llagerman
feels tho same, that it is better to have
done as he did and Inst the office than
to have dono differently and rotained
it. I know that ho has no regrets for
his actions and only regrets that tlu
president has allowed himself to bo im
posed upon by such men as have been
fighting him. Tho good work that
Governor llagerman has inaugurated wil
not end. I boliove the decent peoplo of
tho territory will keep it up and that
this latest move will only arouse them
to the seriousness of the fight that thoy
must make. I bclicvo the people should
and will show Governor Curry that they
stand for tho things Governor llager
man was working for and that ho will
join with them.
"Wo cannot afford to be faint heart
ed in this fight, which, in my judgment,
has only just well begun. If tho presi
dent only knew tho real conditions here,
ho would be with us heart and soul, and
it is tho duty of each citizen who stands
for tho abolition of graft, and who
stands for good government, to let the
president know the facts hero and know
whether the peoplo of tho territory wero
standing back of Governor llagerman.
I know personally that in the past few
days letters and telegrams have been
going to the president in larga numbers
from all parts of the territory protest
ing against the acceptance of Gover
nor Hagerman's resignation.
"As to my own position it is well
known that my resignation had been
agreed upon for a considerable time
beforo such a thing as a change in the
executive offico was thought of. I shall
present my resignation to Governor Cur
ry as soon as ho assumes tho offico or
as soon thereafter as it is convenient
for him to consider 4t and of course I
shall do all I can to assist him in carry
ing out tho good work which has been
so well begun."
Choico beef, pasturo fed and the
finest to bo had anywhere. Globo Meat
Tho World's Funniest Joko
Locked in tho breast of Siver Simp
son of Minneapolis is tho funniest joko
of the season. But "while the world
frots to know it and Simpson is just
dying to tell it, tho owner of tho excru
ciating tid-blt is restrained by the
knowledgo that if ho does tell it ho
probably will novor bo able to tell an
other. For Mr. Simpson almost died
today in his efforts to lot tho world in
on tho joko. Ho came all tho way over
to St. Paul to seo a friond on Wabash
street. But when ho Btartcd to tell it
ho .laughed so hard that ho dislocated
his jaw. Ho was taken to police head
quarters, where tho ambulanco surgeons
set his jaw and thon expressed curiosity
regarding tho joko that could do such
awful things to a man. Simpson started
to toll the joko and laughed and pop
went tho jaw again. This time tho sur
geons bound his fnco so tightly that ho
can only giggle, but ho has said in writ
ing jpatjie fears to try a fourth time
totelltKo 'joko'bocauso it 's good enough
tto , freak tho bandages. St. Paul dis
patch to Kansas City Times.
Fino fresh Kansas pork. Globo Meat
Man Does a Woman's Work
- Major Itobort Browstcr Chappell is
tho government storekeeper in a bond
ed wnrchonso near Clark and Illinois
streots. His only duty is to rccoipt for
packages that aro stacked up in tho big
room and basement and it admits of
considerable waiting time. He concoived
tho idea of knitting socks, mittons and
wristlets. His mothor, moro than fifty
years ago, had taught him how to uso
tho needles. In tho corner of tho big
ropm, in tho light of n great window,
thoro is a small snaco. as tho boxns of
filled bottles leave him scarcoly enough
room in w;iicn to turn around. In this
space, besido a radiator, ho does his
knitting. Ho has had tho nlaco foTfour
years and has been knitting most of
mat time. umcago .flows.
West Cananoa Property Is Taken Over
by New Company of Which Stool
Magnate Is tho Head Places Stamp
of Approval on Well Knocked District
Chnrles M. Schwab has entorcd tho
Cananoa field. A compnny to bo con
trolled by him and upon whoso board
of directors ho is represented by his
personal mining expert, Donald B. Gil
lies of Tonopah, has been organized to
tako over and develop properties in
Souorn. The nucleus of tho company
will bo tho West Cannnea and San
Bernardino properties, says tho El Pnso
Tho West Cunanea is situated about
seven miles from Cunanea, on tho west
ern spur of the Cauanea mountains.
Tho. property is COO meters from the
Grccno-Cauanea and consists of 15G per
tenencias. The property hns been very
rapidly developed sinco tho work was
uturted in January. On tlio properties
is an open cut about 550 feet in size,
from which 8 per cent oro is being
shipped to tho Cananea smelter.
A local mining engineer who is fa
miliar with tho property stated to a
Herald man this morning:
"Tho most gratifying thing iu con
nection with the advent of Schwab into
the Cnnnnea field and tho purchase of
tho West Cauanea is the placing of the
stamp of approval upon a district which
has labored under considerable preju
dices. The western sido of tho moun
tains near Cannnea has been generally
discredited by mining engineers. The
favorable report mado by Tomlinson
nnd Norton not long ago caused consid
erable surprise, theso engineers stating
that they considered tho west side of
tho mountains to bo as rich as any
jthcr section in the camp. Now thnt
the Schwab engineers, after a thorough
examination, havo reported favorably,
all projudice should bo removed."
Tho namo of tho new company will
bo tho Cannnea Western, capitalized at
$3,000,000, shares $1 par. Tho holders
Of tho West Cananea will exchange
their stock share for share for tho stock
of tho new company.
WANTED TO RENT A fivo or six
room house. If you have a place to
rent you can got a permanent tenant
by applying to this office. tf
Found Fivo Persons In a Bed
What is believed to bo tho most
crowded dwelling house in New York
city was discovered in Brooklyn yes
terday by a policeman. It is a two
story and basement structure in Second
avenue, near Twelfth street, nnd the
conditions which were found there as
tonished the authorities.
Patrolman Carroll, who stumbled
across tho human hive, was looking for
a man named Senda, charged with as
vault. He reached tho house early in
, two morning, when the inmates wore
aseep. Most of the tenants were Poles.
Carroll says he found an average of
four beds in a room, and that from four
to Gvo people were accustomed to sleep
ing in each bed. Ho says he counted
2G0 persons in tho house, nnd believes
tlwt there wero others tucked into out-o-the-way
corners who escaped his no
tice. New York Times.
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 249.
United States Land Oflico, Phoenix,
Arizona, April C, 1907. Notice is horo
by given that S. F. Sullonborgor, of
Globe, Arizona, as attornoy in fact for
John J. Cramer and Martha Ann Cra
mer, ha? mado application for patent to
tho Ohio Bey No. 2 lodo mining claim,
Survey No. 2317, situated in tho Globo
Mining District, Gila County, Arizona,
in Section Twenty-four, TuwnBhip Ono
North, Rango Fifteen East, and Sec
tion Twenty-five, unsurvoyed Township
Ono North, Rango Sixteen East, G. &
S. R. B. & M., described as follows:
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence tho S.
E. Cor. of Sec. 24, Tp. 1 N., It. 15 E.,
G. & S. B. B. & M., bears S. 18 deg.
15 min. W. 411.5 foot; thonco S. 11 deg.
49 min. E. 1500 feet to Cor. No. 2;
thonco S. C9 deg. 2 min. W. C07.5 foot
to Cor. No. 3; thonco N. 11 deg. 49 min.
W. 1500 feet to Cor. No. 4; thonco N.
C9 deg. 2 min. E. C07.5 feot to Cor. No.
1, tho place of beginning. Location no
tices aro recorded in Records of Mines,
County Recorder's oflico, said Gila
County, as follows: Original, Book 5,
pago 300; amended, Book 10, page 513;
amended, Book 8, pago 342. Adjoining
claims aro Surplus on tho north; Loila
on tho east; an unknown claim on the
southoast; and Ohio Boy No. 3, Ohio
Boy and Lime Bock on tho west. MIL
TON R. MOORE, Register.
First publication April 9, 1907. 214
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 245.
United States Land Oflico, Phoenix,
Arizona, April 2, 1907. Notice is horo
by given that Tom Doyle, of Globo, Ari
zona, has mado application for patent to
tho H. S. Fraction lodo mining claim,
Siifvoy No. 2316, situated in tho Globo
Mining ( District, in Gila County, Ari
zona, in Soctions 24 and 25, Tp. 1 N.,
R. 15 H., G. & S. K, B. -M;, described
as follows: Beginning at Cor. No. 1,
whonco tho S. & Cor. of Sec. 24, Tp.
1 N., R. 15 E., G. & S. R. B. & M., boars
S. 00 deg. 30""rmn. E. 289.9 feot; thonco
S. 70 deg. 27 min. W. 1495 feot to Cor.
No. 2; thonco N. 11 deg. 40 min. W.
583.4 vfeet to Cor. No. 3; thonco N. 70
dog. 27 min. E. 1495 feet to Cor. No.
4; thonco S. 11 deg. 40 min. E. 583.4
feot to Cor. No. 1, tho place of begin
ning. Conflict with Baltimoro claim,
Survey No. 2329, containing 5.358 acres,
and conflict with Castlo Hill unsur
voyed claim, containing .520 aero, aro
excluded. Location notices aro recordod
iu Rocojrds of Mines, County Recorder's
oflico of said Gila County, as follows:
Original, Book 9. paco 183: amonded.
Book 8, pago 348. Adjoining and con-
meting claims aro Alulo Shoo on tho
north; Fraction on tho northeast; Tigor
and Baltimoro on tho east: Baltimoro.
Clinton and Cnstlo Hill on tho south:
and Castlo Hill on tho west. MILTON
R. MOORE, Rcgistor.
First publication April 7, 1907. 213
Make Yoar Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
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WANTED At Silver Bolt offico, cot
ton rags for press washing.
WANTED Competent waiters at tho
BOY WANTED Boy with a pony to
deliver papers iu North Globo. Call
at this office.
WANTED Cook, white, at Wobstcr
WANTED First class timber framcr
for mining compnny in this county,
i Apply at I. N. Kinsoy's office, Do-
WANTED TO RENT A fivo or six
room house. If you hnvo n place- to
rent you can get n permanent tonant
by applying to this offico. tf
WANTED To buy a gentle burro, ono
that children can handle. Apply this
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room for
lady or man and wife. Apply first
door south of D. Murphy's rcsidonco.
FOE RENT Room In tho Fostofflco
building. Apply nt Silver Belt oflico.
FURNISHED ROOMS Also furnished
light housekeeping rooms. -Address
P. O. box 138. v 172
A LITTLE BIT
"All tho big berries nro at tho top of
tho box, I suppose," remarked tho sar
"Oh, no, mn'am," replied tho truth
ful dealer. "Most of them nro at tho
top of other boxes." Chicago Daily
Tho Globo Bank & Savings company,
incorporated, pays 4 per cent on term
deposits and always ready to make
loans on securities of all kinds. 180
Wo rccoivo Kansas poultry twico a
week. Globe Meat Market.
There arc lots of people on the social
scalo who do not weigh much.
Tho Globo Bank & Savings Co. Inc.
pays 4 per cent on term deposits and
always ready to make loans on securi
ties of all kinds. 180
Passenger You say there was a big
washout on this road last weekf
Passenger Huhl Somo of the water
must have leaked out of the stock.
Choico hams and bacon, none finer
Globe Meat Market.
Tho Globo Shoo Company takes orders
for tents and awnings. tf
It isn't the fault of the fair sex if
a secret remains a secret.
Globo, Ariz., April 9, 1907.
Notice is horeby given that J. C.
Britt is no longer in tho employ of, or
in any way connected with the under
signed, and said company will not bo
responsible for any debts or obligations
contracted by him.
CANANEA & GLOBE EXPLORATION
& DEVELOPMENT CO. 183
Visitor Ts your baughtor going to
make her debut this year?
Mrs. Monfaguc-Jones de Smytho
Gracions, not Mine. Rosalie attends to
all that. We don't havo to do our own
sowing no more. Punch.
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ELECTRIC AIR DRILLS
' . An unqualified success.. Savo repair ex-
penso; tako one-third tho power of a
. regular air drill; two sizes; sold on ap
proval. Catalogue and list of users on
Co. of Texas, Box 716, El Paso
F. L JONES & SON.
OFFICE PHONE 432.
GLOBE LUMBER COMPANY
Mining Timbers a Specialty
FOR RENT Several neatly furnished
rooms at tho McKovltt house, north
of bridge, over Angius & Zcnovich
grocery storo. 181
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms
with 1 ath in privato family, South
Hill street; Phono 1391. 188
LOST AND FOUND
E8TRAYED Roan horso, four white
feot; brand T-X on hip (bar X)
Roward $7 for retui.1 to Barclay k
Iligdon stable. Oliver Kelloy, Copper
ESTRAYED Two sorrel mares, white
stripo in face; both marcs look aliko;
branded 8 quarter circlo eight on
loft hip. Fifteon dollars reward for
dehvory of both to Barclay & Ilig
don 'h stable A. M. Lufkin, Copper
FOR SALE Second hand buggy and
harness chenp. Call nt Wcbstor houso
opposito Arizona Steam laundry. 1C9
FOR SALE First-class boarding house
with Bovcnty-flvo boarders. Inquire
of O. W. Miller, near O. D. smelter.
FOR SALE Three burner Quick Meal
stove. Call at Mrs. Allen's, opposito
O. D. scales. 173
Hicks Isn't the cost of living get
ting to bo just frightful nowadays!
Wicks It is protty bad, that's a
fact. But it's a good deal lower than
tho cost of dying. Somervillo Journal.
"Live and lot live." Union Cash
Market, C. Musgravo, proprietor.
Try our sausage, tho very finest in
quality. Globo Meat Market.
Storage room phone G01.
Fino lino of ladies' hats just received
at tho Racket Storo. 1G9
"What's tho reason everybody's al
ways quarreling with Butts!"
"He's always quarreling with every
body else." Detroit Free Press.
G. W. M. Carvil has opened a first
class carriago painting establishment in
connection with tho Parker blacksmith
shop. General carraigo painting solic
ited. Thoso desiring "such work will
find Mr. Carvil at his placo of business.
Dr. M. D. Thomas has decided to re
main in Globo until May 20. Tho doctor
fits glasses and a fit guaranteed. No
charge if you aro not satisfied. Tele
phone 731, stop white team or drop me
a card and I will call at your residence.
MRS. LEONA POLLOCK
Next Door to Webster House, GLOBE
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
Room 16, Globe Building
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.v j jt-$ f
RESIDENCE PHONE 433.
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
Stoves and Ovens
A large car of Alaska Refrigerators and
Ice' Chests, white enameled and plain, all
sizes arid prices.
A large assortment of Art Squares and Rugs
Cheap and High Prices
J. P. McNEIL
Opposite Miner's Union Hall
We have received and have now on display
a large line of
ORGANDIES PONGEE SILK
FRENCH AND SHADOW SILK
PERSIAN LAWNS CHINA SILK
EGYPTIAN DIMITY JAPANESE SILK
NAINSOOK TAFFETA SILK
SWISS AND FANCY SILK
INDIA MULL NOVELTY SILK
DOTTED SWISS TARLATAN
AND A FULL LINE OF PLAIN AND NOVELTY
WOOL DRESS GOODS IN ALL THE LEADING
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF SHIRT WAISTS
We have received a new line of Millinery.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Buy Your Bread, Pies, Cakes,
Etc. of Us
A trial will convince you that ours is the best 8
bread in town. We have a complete line of CAKE
DECORATIONS for special occasions and can
make a cake that will "take the cake."
Bu,p.t Scoble, Sobev & Cff.
'THE QUALITY STORE"
Finest rooms hi Um city.
Everything new, rata
reasonable and special
inducements offered to
by the month
Anderson Jb Blake
Freeh Cream and Butter
milk in any quantity and
always on band
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Of the quality you want, in the
?uantity you require, i3 our of
er in Meats ana Poultry.
Another offer we propose is
careful handling, cutting and
Still another, lowest selling
'price the market will warrant.
With such a combination,
proved by years of square
dealing, ought we not to nave
Pioneer Meat Co.
IS YOUR WATCH IN GOOD ORDER?
When was it oiled and cleaned last?
It needs oiling and cleaning once
every 18 months at least, whether you
think it does or not.
It needs that attention just as sure
as an engine docs to get the best re
sults. If it is neglected the oil evap
orates and a friction is set up that is
destructive of the fine mechanism.
We do nothing but expert Watch Re
pairing, Jewelry Repairing and Hand
Engraving, All work and new parts
furnished guaranteed for one year and
charges are most reasonable.
Alio carry a full and complete line of
Jewelry and Optical Goods.
O. R. FEIST; the Jeweler
At Ryan's News Stand
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