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Tuesday, May 14, 1907
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning except Monday.
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JDS. H. HAMTTiT., Proprietor
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Subscribers ploaso notify this ofllco
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Advertising rates do known on ap
plication. Tho new naturalization law is a good
ono to prevent tho making of undosir
John L. Sullivan must certainly hnvo
won tho victory against John Barloy
corn. Ho announces that ho will not
Ohio is to seo a finish fight between
Foraker and Taft for tho presidential
indorsement. And wo aro willing to
placo a small bet that noithor will
land tho presidential nomination.
Tho cattle business in Gila county Is
as flourishing as tho mining business.
And it looks as though this season
would bo tho most prosperous in tho
history of the county for tho cattle in
dustry. Lawyers seom to save their biggest
words for use in questions put to pros
pective jurors nnd witnesses, nnd the
funny part of it is that in ordinary
conversation thov talk iust like the-
rest of us.
If Mr. Harriman would pay a little
more attention to the equipment of his
vast lines and less to his watering op
erations, wrecks would not bo so fro-
quent on these lines and not so many
1 ' m-
The .members of tho "Wisconsin legis
lature who have reported that thoy were
"approached" or believo they wero ap
proached in behalf of ono of tho can
didates for tho senatorship which has
deadlocked tho legislature, seem to be
in doubt about it. Perhaps ono of the
drinks to them.
to "sot up" the
U CAPITAL AND LABOR
"'"The -wage of labor was never so high
anywehere or at any timo as it is in
this4country, this good year of 1907. No
man able to work and willing to work
is out of work. Never before was there
so much money in circulation that was
worth 100 cents in gold to the dollar.
The figures that tell of tho deposits of
savings banks are stupendous and read
liko tho delirium of a riotous imagina
tion. Workingmen aro well sheltered,
well fed and well clothed. They have
ovcry necessary, most of tho comforts,
and many of tho luxuries. Their chil
dren aro educated at public expense,
and the opportunities of tho boy born
to toil wero never so many nor so aus
picious as now. Take the successful
mon of tho present time, and nt least
80 per cent of thorn mado their way
by work, by diligence, by frugality.
They came from the ranks. There is
not a hand on a farm, not a brakoman
on a train, not an employee of an ofllco
building who may not become a million
aire if he is gifted with tho requisite
business sagacity. The law will aid
him, not hamper him.
But there aro agents of evil busy
' stirring up discontent. It is sought to
persuade laboring men that they are
Sorely bpprcscsd, that tho laws aro for
'(the. advantngo of tho strong and not
-,lfor ,the protection of tho weak. They
inculcato that capital is a pest, and a
capitalist a malefactor. If thoy aro to
bo believed, Blavery is just ahead of
every man who works with his hnnds.
This is a story as old as society. Some
of it is duo to ignorance, most of it is
tho work of envy. Labor can no moro
prospor without the aid of capital than
capital can profit without tho employ
ment of labor. Capital furnishes tho
job it pays tho wage and supplies tho
material. Husaoll Sago's millions kept
10,000 .hands busy in shop, in mino, in
field, in counting house, in tho work of
transportation, nnd in this respect Sage
did what every other capitalist is do
ing. Idleness is as much the bano of
capital as it is tho mischief of labor,
for if capital bo not invested in gain
ful enterprise it wastes, and it is tho
investments of capital that furnish the
employments of labor.
Tho two capital and labor aro part
ners, nnd would bo brothers but for
fools, demagogues and knaves. Each
has rights, and each has duties. Op
press labor and tho profits of capital
shrink; harrass capital, and tho em
ployment of labor dwindles. It is tho
intent of capital to reap divldonds; it
is tho object of labor to cam livelihood.
Capital gets nonreturn except from tho
employment oflabor, nnd labor gets no
M-WM1KI UJLI LJgS
wago oxcept from tho investment of
capital. A reduction of wnges would
injure mther than advantage capital,
for such reduction means a correspond
ing reduction of consumption, and it is
from consumption that capital reaps its
harvest. On tho other hand, it follows
thnt n reduction in tho profits of cap
ital makes inovltnblo tin abridgement of
employment nud a deoreaso of wages.
Ho is a public onemy who would mix
up enpitnl or labor with politics. It is
tho right of capltnl to organize as a
corporation, nud it is tho right of labor
to orgnnizo as a union, but just as no
man ought to bo required to ask tho
consent of a corporation to do business,
so no labor should bo required to got
tho consont of anybody to work. If
capital turn rascal, it ovorlcnps itself,
and if labor turn rowdy It discredits
itself. If ono mnn has moro money than
another, that docs not make him a hot
ter citizen, nnd bocnuso ono man works
with his hnnds to build up tho country,
that does not mnko him ono whit bet
tor than tho man who oraploys his mon
ey for tho upbuilding of tho country.
No..body can do injury to labor but
labor itself, and .if harm Bhall come to
it, it will bo duo to tho bad counsel
somo professional laboring men aro giv
ing labor. Wo have an abiding faith
in tho good sonso, tho good tompor, tho
good principle of tho Amoricnn laboring
man, and ho will carve out his own des
tiny in tho interest of good citizenship
Globe, Ariz., April 0, 1007.
Notico Is heroby given that J., C.
Brltt is n longer in tho employ of, or
In any way connected with the under
signed, and said company will not be
responsible for any. dobts or obligations
contracted by him.
188 MITCHELL MINING CO.
Mr. Tnft's mother says sho does not
care to havo hor son becomo president,
and no doubt Mr. Foraker thinks a duti
ful son ought to respect his mother's
wishes in so vital a mattor. Washing
Storage room phone 601.
Buttormilk in any qaantlty nt Opera
Housa Confectionery. 195
MBS. FISKE IN
"THE NEW YORK IDEA"
At tho Palaco pharmacy this morning
seats will go on snlo for tho engage
ment of Mrs. Fisko and tho Manhattan
company in "Tho New York Idea" for
May 31 at Dreamland.
Everything points to a crowded houso
during Mrs. Fisko 's stay, tho large num
ber of advance orders already received
being but one indication of the desire
to seo this distinguished actress and
her associates in a play that sots a now
mark for brilliancy nnd cleverness. It
will bo a delight to seo Mrs. Fisko, who
is, above all, modern and naturalistic
in her mothods, in a play that is thor
oughly of today. From all accounts sho
has never bad a more congenial role
than her present one, which employs to
an even greater degree tho comedy tal
ents that made hor "Becky Sharpo"
and Cyprienno in "Divorcons" so fas
cinating. Thoro is present too in the
portrayal tho subtloty and tho intra
spoctivo study of charactor always evi
dent in Mrs. Fiske's acting. In tho
last act theso qualities nnd tho faculty
for tugging at tho heart strings by
"smiling tears" mako a scene of ex
quisite sentimont. Up to this point the
play is scintillant, good-natured satire
of social New York with an incessant
fire of witty lines. Though their tar
get Is New York, tho shafts would
strike as truly wero tho localo any of
our largo ctiies. Tho popularity of the
piay in Now York and elsewhere has
put Mr. Langdon Mitchell, its author,
in the front rank of American play
wrights. Harrison Grey Fisko hns
spared no efforts to maintain tho stand
ard of tho Manhattan company and hns
tho best group of actors on our stage.
With old favorites and new additions
tho organization is incomparable.
Among its members aro John Mason,
Georgo Arliss, Charles Harbury, Dudley
Clinton, Robert V. Ferguson, Dudley
Diggcs, Marion Lea, Ida Vernon,
Blancho Weaver, Emily Stevens and
Bollo Bohn. Tho Globo nppcaranco on
May 31 will be an occasion of prime
social as well as dramatic importance.
Salton Sea Como to Stay
Tho Salton sea still promises to bo a
troublcsomo factor to tho Southern Pa
cific, and instead of wnsting nwjiy ac
cording to expectations with tho clos
ing of tho intako, it cither manages to
hold its own or encroach a littlo more
in tho direction of its ancient beach
line. Tho entiro country is water soaked
and tho great volumo thnt pours through
tho Imperial canal can never bo nb
sorbed by tho, land nor evaporated by
tho sun heat, and must and will find
its way into tho co-called Salton sea.
As it now stands it is a magnificent
body of water and would undoubtedly
bo of immense valuo to tho country if
it could bo retained at its present level,
whero further damago could not bo
SEASIDE EXCURSION, Gila Valley,
Globe & Northern Railway Company,
Effective May 14, 1907.
Thoro will bo on salo at Globo dopot
seasido excursion tickets to California
points as follows:
Globo to San Francisco nnd re
Santa Barbara and return 47.70
San Buona Ventura nnd roturn.... 47.70
Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Long
Beach and Snn Pedro and re
San Diego or Coronado Boach and
.return . 47.70
Avnlon or Newport Beach and re
Tickets will bo on salo for trains
leaving Globo on Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays nntil Soptombor 30.
Final roturn limit November 30, 1907.
For furthor information call on
J. II. BLACKFORD,
Agent G. V. G. & N. By., Globe, Ariz.
Low Tax Eato and Good Condition of
Troaaury Old-TJmer Dies Near tho
Contury Mark Othor Items from tho
nourishing Gila Valley.
Spbcial to tho Silver Bolt.
SOLOMONVILLE, Ariz., May 13.
County Trensuror Bon It. Clark hns pre
pared an interesting statement, showing
the growth and development of Gra
ham county nnd tho grndually lesson
ing tax ruto. Tho Htatomont, which
covors a poriod of ton years, is as fol
lows: 180S Valuation, $2,118,003; tax rate,
$4.00; cash on hnnd Mny 10, $7,383.
1890 Valuation, $2,432,909; tnx rate,
$4.00; cash on hand Mny 10, $13,001.
1900 Valuation, $2,584,942; tax rate,
$4.00; ensh on hand Mny 10, $19,225.
1901 Valuation, $2,946,730; tax rate,
$4.00; cash on hnnd May 10, $33,809.
1902 Valuation, $3,358,932; .tax rate,
$4.00; cash on hnnd Mny 10, $23,490.
1903 Valuation, $3,970,047; tax rate,
$4.00; cash on hnnd May 10, $29,354.
1904 Valuation, $4,198,750; tnx rate,
$3.50; cash on hand May 10, $30,471.
1905 Valuation, $4,313,750; tax rate,
$3.75; cash on hand Mny 10, $45,440.
1900 Valuation, $0,093,175; tax rate,
$2.50; cash on hand Mny 10, $02,909.
1907 Estimated valuation, $7,000,000;
tax rate estimated, $2.00; cash on hnnd
Mny 10, $100,107.
C. W. B. Link, principal of tho Snf-
ford schools during tho past year, was
married at that plnce Saturday morning
to Miss Lonore McLnughlin, n charm
ing young woman of Safford. Tho wed
ding" took placo in tho Methodist church
nnd tho couple departed immediately for
thoir .future homo near Silver City.
A few days ago David Markhnm died
at his homo near Eden at tho surprising
ago of 98 years. This week Moses Cur
tis, also living in that vicinity, died at
tho ago of 92 years. Thoro is still an
other votoran, J. J. Quinn, who Is
now counted tho oldest man in tho val
ley. Tho two who havo just died wore
patriarchs of tho Mormon church, ns is
nlso tho ono living. Thnt organization
seems to abound in old men.
In tho town of Moronci nt tho close
of each school term, ono or moro of the
young lady tenchors, usually from the
east, aro married to young mon of the
town. This year three such weddings
occurred, the brides 'being Misses Bcs
sio McKce, Mary Goldacker and Ethel
Work. Tho fortunato bachelors are res
pectively George Fraisor, Frank Bath
bun nnd Allen J. Malonc.
E. T. GREEN
Carpenter and Builder
P. O. Box 976 Res. Pioneer Dairy
The Lunch Problem ia ono that
confronts every business man.
"Whero can I got a good, whole
some lunch, well cooked and
quickly Berved7" Is a ques
tion that almost every busy man
asks himself every day.
Wo make a specialy of serving a
well cooked, always ready to
serve and centrally located as wo
are, insure celerity and satisfac
tion. Try us today
A. F. BANICEVICH,
. . Proprietor
Broker and Builder
Lots for sale In No. 2 sub
division. Price $250, $50
down and $25 per month.
NO INTEREST, NO
Room 23 Jrust Bldg.
Make Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under this bead 10 cents per line the first Innertlon nnd 6 cents per line eaoh
Mtieaucnt inwtlon? Iy the month. II.0& per lino. No ad Inserud for leM.than t-o cents. AU
adH under this head must be paid tor tn advance. DUoount to regular advertisers.
WANTED At Silver Belt office, cot
ton rags for press washing.
WANTED Competent waltors at tho
SITUATION WANTED By a first
class cook for hotel or camp; colored;
sobor. II. B., this olllce. 184
WANTED TO EENT A flvo or six
room house. If you havo a placo to
rent you can got n permanent tenant
by applying to this ofllco. tf
WANTED Houso servant for Bmall
family. Call at this office. tf
WANTED TO RENT A flvo or six-
room house. If you havo n placo to
rent you enn got n ponnnnent tenant
by applying to this ofllco. tf
WANTED TO RENT A flvo or six-
room house. If you havo a place to
rent you can got n permanent tenant
by npplying to this office. ..tf
WANTED Completo set of twelve Gor
don nrt panels will bo sent to every
individual giving us tho name or
names of anyone wishing to buy a
piano, or hoping thnt thoy wero able
to purchnso one. Address P. O. box
WANTED Plain sewing, children's
clothes a specialty. Apply to the J.
T. Prico rooming houso near smelter.
A LITTLE BIT
Globe, Ariz., April 9, 1907.
Notice is heroby given that J. C.
Britt is no longer in tho employ of, or
in any way connected with tho under
signed, nnd said company will not bo
responsible for any dobts or obligations
contrnctcd by him.
CANANEA & GLOBE EXPLORATION
k DEVELOPMENT CO. 183
Little Fred Why is it that women
nro always complaining about their ser
vants? Littlo Elsie Ob, that's just to let
people know thoy can afford to havo
'cm. Chicago News.
Dr. M. D. Thomas has decided to re
main in Globo until May 20. The doctor
fits glasses and a fit gunrnntccd. No
chnrgo if you aro not satisfied. Tele
phono 731, stop white team or drop me
a card and I will call at your residence.
magnificent hotel, elegant roonu and first-class accommodations. Beau
tiful lawns and shade trees; largo pltuigo and Bwimming pool; also fish
lako and boating, lawn tennis and croquet and swings. Try our won
derful mud and mineral baths. You can get reduced rates from Olobe.
If you aro sick, get well. If well, get pleasure and rest.
I WANT TO RENT A HOUSE
OF FROM FOUR TO SIX
ROOMS. CALL AT THIS OF
FICE AND ASK FOR S. R. S.
mfk-'j ' ' f$M BvHKfllLfiyiJ' ' BBBBBsssKfls
DOMINION HOTEL -Finest Hostlery in the Southwest -80 Roons
Modern Conveniences and the Best of Service
TOh, RENT Room in the Postoftce
building. Apply at Silver Belt office.
FOR RENT Ono furnished room and
ono unfurnished room. Inquire nt
first houso south of Hill Btrect bridge
FOR RENT Desirable furnished rooms,
coolest In town. Phono 1073. ' tf
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room for
lady or man and wife. App.y first
door Bouth of D. Murphy's rosldonco.
FOR RENT Housekeeping and furn
ished rooms for rent. Call immedi'
ntcly this office.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms
with tuth in privato family, South
Hill strcot; Phono 1391. 188
FOR SALE Hou60 of flvo rooms, easy
terms; $900. Apply T. L. Seobold,
White Houso 210
GOOD TEAM and spring wagon for
sale at race track. 184
FOR SALE Four room house and fur
niture on four lots nt $850; bargain;
owner wnnts to leayo city. The
Mooro-Mcrritt Insurance & Realty
Co., room 5 over Keegan 's. tf
Subscribe for tho Daily Silver Belt.
la one of Globe's oldost and best
known cafes; everything first-class In
his line. Call and bo convinced.
Sowing machines for rent at J. P.
McNeil's Furniture storo, opposite the
Miners' union hall, Globe, Ariz. 1491
Having sold the business nnd good
will of the Central Market, this is to
notify th.oso of my customers who aro
indebted to mo to scttlo with F. P.
Clark, my authorized agent. Also per
sons having claims against me will jie
scnt them to Mr. Clark, who csn be
found nt tho Central market during bus
iness hours for tho next thirty days.
MAX C. BONNE.
Globe, Ariz., April 22, 1907. 195
Ico cream sodas, fruit and nut sun
daes nt tho Tabard Inn Confectionery.
INDIAN HOT SPRINGS
A noted resort for health ana
pleasure. Bates, $2.00 to S3.00
per day.' Twenty minutes rido
from Hot Springs Station, Gra
ham county, Arizona; easy car
riages and careful drivers. These
wonderful waters are recommend
ed to euro rheumatism, gout,
dropsy, liver, kidney and stom
ach troubles, blood disorders and
nrnmen'a ailments. New and
Postofflco fort xnomas, Arizona.
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 and prices.
A large assortment of Art Squares and Rugs
Cheap and High Prices
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 DIMjTY JAPANESE SILK
NAINSOOK !' TAFFETA SILK
SWISS AND FANCY SILK
INDIA MULL if 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
bread in towa. We have a complete line of CAKE
DECORATIONS for special occasions and can
make a cake that will "take the cake."'
BuyyP.t Scoble, Sobey&Co.
"THE QUALITY STORE"
Finest rooms in the city.
Everything new, rates
reasonable and special
inducements offered to
by the month; .........
Anderson Sc Blake
Fresh Cream and. Butter
milk in any quantity and
always on hasd ,
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
Of the quality you want, in the
?uantity you require, U our of
er in Meats' and Poultry.
Another offer we propose is
eareful handling; cuttiag and
Still aaother. .lowest selling
price the market will .warrant.
With such a combination.
roved by years of square
ealinsr. ouerht we ndt to have
Pioneer Meat Go.
IS Y6UR 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 peeds that attention just as sure
as an engine dora 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
Engrayjpg, A,ll w,prk and peV parts
furnished .guaranteed.'fbr'one year and
charges'are rft't&sottaW ' .
T,uAlWitar'all sind complete: line of
Jewelran Ontical Goods.
At Ryan'a News Stan4
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