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DALY ARIZONA SI-JJER BELT ..
Wednesday, May 15, 1907
ARIZONA SILVER BELT,
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Summer is surely here. Tho Phoenix
papers are beginning to print rattle
Luther Durbank .has written ,n book
on the "Huninn Plant." Strangely
enough, ho omitted any mention of
Some men think they desorvo to bo1
called good boosters because they al
wnvs talk about themselves. Olobo has,
a few of them.
It was a good thing for tho reputation!
of California that tho big Shriner con
ventiou was held at Los Augolcs in
stead of San Francisco.
In the list of thoso attending tho
C'oroy-Oilmnn nuptials, it was noticed
that all of the Coroys were there ox
copt the steel magnate 'tt first wife.
A prominent official of the steel trust
says of Coroy's wedding that "A man
in his position who defies the proprie
ties must go sooner or later." Gener
ally later and then only to Europe.
It doesn't make any difference to
Bryan what kind of a banner Hearst
carries as long as ho is traveling in
tho samo direction, ot oven if it
wero a red one.
THE STRENUOSITY OF INDIANA
Because Hon. Charles Warren Pair-
banks has that great love for pure,
wholesomo buttermilk that all loyal
sons of Indiana boast, says tho Wash
ington Herald, facetious ones have
sought to convey the impression that
the Hoosier'jjtate is not as truly stren
uous as the trend qf the times demands
of all up-to-date localities and sections,
Such is a grave mistake, and wo
herewith present indisputable evidenco
in support of our emphatic denial and
Benjamin Reed, who is just homo
from Seymour, broke two of his sister's
ribs today while embracing her. Ev
ansvillo news item.
Josh Simpson playfully seized and
hugged Miss Hulda Morgan as sho was
passing tho Mansion house last night
and dislocated her neck. Poseyvillo
Tillman Xoylan is carrying his hand
in a tiling, tho result of a grip given
him Tuesday by- Tom Buss. Tom" did
not know how strong ho was. Frank
fort Sun. ,
Wo respectfully submit that tho
abo-e items of surrent happening's,
culled as they aro from truthful and
highly rcspectnblo Indiana papers, con
stituto an exhibit in defenso of Indi
ana'!s strcnuosity unparalloldd through
.out all tho land, and not at all likely
to bo equaled soon. It shows thnt tho
Hoosicrs are enthusiastic in all of their
affairs involving in any wiso tho sonti
mental side of things.
If Mr. Fairbanks bo presented to tho
next Republican national cqnvcntiqn as
Indiana's "favorito son," ho will bo
backed by a solid and compact body
guard from rampant and strenuous
Hoosierdom that balks not at mountains
nor hesitates in tho face. of the most
Let tho heathen outside of Indiana
rago and imagine vain things. Butter
milk has nourished many a hero and
formed the foundation of many a con
stitution attuned to withstand tho
slings and arrows of tlio most outrage
ous fortune, and never bat an eye.
Therefore, let's no more of "throwing
off" on buttermilk, nor any truo lover
Hero's to Indianabuttermilk and
A CONSTITUTIONAL DISCOVERY
Tho lotter of Judge Farrar of Now
Orleans, arguing that tho federal, gov
ernment can tako absolute control of
all tho railroads of tho country under
tho power given to congress (by tho
constitution "to establish postoffices
and postroads," would havo attracted
littlo attention, had not.tho writer an
nounced, after an interview with tho
prosident, that tho lotter was mado pub
lic "with tho president's permission
and at his request."
Fearful souls see in this another
"big stick" added to thoso which tho
president has lit 'soak for tho railroads.
J t is at least a wonderful constitutional
discovery. Judgo Farrar 's contention
is that "just as the government, in
tho exercise of its power to borrow
money nmj, collect tuxes, created" 'tho
whole' nntionnl ban king system, just so,
under its power to establish pustroiuts,
it may organize corporations for tho
purpose of building and operating sueli
roads to carry tho mails," etc. He
maintains that tho power now exorcised,
by tho interstate conuncrco commission
is not ndequato to moot the case, bo
cause "thoro is an immense mass of
commorco which is absolutely interstate
and over which tho congress, by virtue
of its commercial power, has no juris
diction." Tho power to establish post
roads, ho contonds, "is eo-extonsivo
with the United States," and gives to
congress tho right to "nationalize tho
railroads, to provide -all tho, terms and
conditions for their uso and operation,
and to create corporations as instru
ments to facilitate tho government in
tho performance of this exclusive func
With an imagination and a scorn of
practicalities surpassing thoso of Mr.
Bryan, Judge Farrar" proposes to securo
government control of tho rnilronds, not
lyveonfiscnting or buying them, nor by
building "continental trunk Jlines," to
run in competition with tho existing
systems nnd forco them to "eomo to
terms," but by tho simple' process of
requiring these .companies- to become
federal corporations nnd to assign their
title td rights of way to tho United
States, which would magnanimously
grant the right perpetually to aiso these
rights of way for transportation pur
poses to the corporations organized by
it, under the conditions and limitations
fixed by .the lnw of thoir organiza
tion." How simple, yet how sufficient! The
owners of $15,000,000,000 worth of rail
road -property have only to surrender
theiKehnrtors, Rights of way and othor
valuable assets to a paternal govern
ment, In oxchnnge' for leases in perpet
uity' tb'mannge .their own property un
der "conditions nnl limitations" im
posed by whntovcr party of gang of
politicians happens at tho time to be
in control of the government. Is it
any wonder that Mr. Bryan and Mr.
Hearst have retired temporarily behind
the door to kick themselves for not
having thought of this brilliant scheme f
As for Mr. Roosevelt's reasons for
desiring its publication, thoy can only
bo guessed at. It may be that it is
simply another of his ingenious meth
ods for reconciling tho railroad officials
to tho sort of "regulation'.' which he
is now applying and has in mind. It is
at least a suggestive incident.
A New York policeman leveled his
pistol at a would-be suicide the other
day, and told him ho would bo shot
dead did ho not at onco drop tho pistol,
with which he was preparing to shoot
himself; whereupon the woiild-bo sui
cide dropped it like a flash. Self-preservation
is the first law of nature.
News Carriers Wanted
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during tho next three months call at
this office at 0 p. ra. Tho work .requires
ono hour nnd a half daily except Mon
days. Goqd wagep.to hustlers.
BOOMERS FOR THIRD TERM
Three "Classes Who Aro Asking Mr.
Roosevelt to Hun Again
The men who aro so assiduously pro
inotlng tho third term "boom" may bo
roughly divided into three classes, says
tho Chicago Tribune.
They are, first the officeholders, who
feel bound by gratitude or a "lively
expectation of favors to como" to sup
port tho present administration for nn
indefinite number of terms. Tcddyism
lies )n, tho mouth of offlcoholding, and
it is 'part of tho duty of the small office
holder to .advocate tho election of his
chief for a's many terms as he is will
ing to sqrve. Tho officeholder in ro
turn expects to bo renominated to tho
office he holds at present or to bo given
a better one.
Next, there are the 'politicians who
believe mistakedly, as wo think thnt
tho re-election of President Roosevelt
would bo accomplished by as large ma
jorities as in his election to a second
term. This would sweep into office
nearly every Republican candidate in
theiBorthwcst state, city and county
Tt would make the campaign easy for
the politicians. It might even have tho
effect of reducing campaign assessments;
as bycrybody who should bo nominated
on a Republican ticket' in states like
Illinois, Michigan nnd Ohio, would ex
pect to be elected without much effort
nnd. also' without much merit on his own
Third, th,ero aro a number of sincere
admirers Qf President Roosevelt who'
think tho wolfaro of tho country wolud
bo promoted by his election to a third
term, Wo believe that theso admirers
nro in tho minority of thoso who voted
tno iJepuDiican ticket in IU04. Tho ex
pression of feeling in fnvdr of tho third
term is, first of all, that of tho bols--'
iorous gentlemen who begin early to
make themselves heard in political cam
paigns, but who do not havo tho de
cisive voico when thp election takes
pldce. That voice comes from tho great
mnss of tho people, not commonly
known to tho politicians who nro quiet
ly pursuing thoir ordinary1 vocations and
aro still doing a good deal of thinking:
They nro in no mood td havo thoir hands'
forced by officeholders or sycophants.
Tho country has not yet been heard
from on tho third term question. It
will bo heard from if the rdnominntidn
of President Roosovolt shnll bo serious
ly proposed, and its expression of opin
ion will bo oven moro vociferous if
through nny misadventure the rcnomin
ntion should occur. Wo believe", as w;q
said before, that tho fcoling among tho
masses against the .third torm is deep
and abiding, nlthough'at present it may
bo latent, as no .sufljeicnt provocation
hasyot arisen for its positive exprcs-
FEELING IN NEW YORK
Hostility to Roosevelt and Taft Is Bit
tor in tho Big Metropolis
It is difficult for anyone from the In
terior, where tho condition of public
Hontimont is so differont, to understand
the bitterness of the anti-Hoosevclt talk
ono hoars ovorywhoro in Now York city
.among the moro prosperous clnsses.
Thoro is no disguising this hostility
to tho president. It is by no means
confined to tho Morgans and tho Harri
mans and the men of many millions.
It may .liavo Htnrted with them, but it
has plainly becomo diffused until now
ouu moots it literally in almost every
well dressed man who may talk on the
subject uf national politics.
Tho magnates of Wall stroot have
sedulously fostered tho opinion that the
railroad policy initiated last year at
Washington is diroutfy responsible for
the stagnation which has come upon tho
stock market nnd for the lower prices
which have prevailed, with the conse
quent paralysis of tho favorito indus
try of tho whole of lower Now York.
Whether President Roosevelt is iu any
way responsible for tho condition of
tho money market, whether ho is a fin
ancial disturber, aro things which tho
futuro will show. That tho great mon
eyed clnsses of Now York nnd all thoso
dependent upon thorn, down to thoir
clerkH nnd messenger boys, aro bitterly
opposed to tho Roosovolt administration
thoro is absolutely no duobt.
This nnti-Roosovelt feeling in New
York city, which, of course, is rcfloetod
only to n minor degreo up tho state,
cannot fail to havo an influence on the
position of Now York in rognrd to the
selection of the next candidate for tho
presidency. The present indications aro
that President Roosevelt would find it
a good deal harder to get the indorse
ment of Now York for n third term
than he would that of Illinois or Mis
souri. There is n big bunch of con
gressional districts hero in New York
city which nre certain to bo controlled
by what may bo called tho Wall street
influence, for lack of a bettor term.
The delegates from these congressional
districts will not be for Roosovelt for
n third term, nnd, othor things being
equal, thoy will bo against nny man he
may happen to push at tho time the
Under ordinary circumstances Secre
tary Taft would havo a largo following
hero in Now York city. Ho has a
brother here nnd many influential col
lege friends. His position on tho bench
and even in tho cabinot has been such
as to impress the moneyed men with the
general idea of his conservatism. Thoy
know ho approaches tho solution of any
problem by judicial process, and he will
novcr allow his emotions or his enthusi
asm" to intcrfero with his sober deci
sion. Tho hostility to Roosevelt, however,
has distinctly hurt Taft. There was a
time when the big men of Now York,
thoso who are always called upon for
campaign contributions, were led to be
lisvo that Secretary Root surely would
bo the residuary legatee of the Roose
velt administration. Thnt was before
tho president broke with Harrimau and
madp it evident to othor financiers that
whether Jfc was right or wrong in his
railroad policy, he was in deadly earnest
nnd proposed to carry it out to the end.
Sccrotnry Root, as cveryono-knows,
did not favor the rate bill. He had the
confidence of tho great moneyed inter
ests of New York. He had represented
a great many of tho biggest corpora
tions professionally, and they believed
that if he could securo the Republican
nomination tho mere prospect of his
olectipn would prevent a reduction in
stock values and would keep the money
mnrket in a stable condition. Wall
street hatred of Roosevelt was intensi
fied when it was mnde apparent that he
had abandoned Root as administration
candidate nnd was prepared to resort to
cxtraordinar ytactlcs to securo tho nom
ination of Taft.
Tho result is that corporation influ
ence here, which may not be popular
with tho people, but which is usually
listened to by campaign managers, is
suspicious of Taft, although not actu
ally hostile to him. Ho would suit tho
men of millions well enough if they
could bo convinced that ho would bo en
tirely independent of Roosevelt influ
ence when ho became president in his
own right. To this extent in New York
city tho president's friendship for the
socrctary of war has alienated a great
many men who otherwise would havo
been glad to support Taft.
SEASEOE EXCURSION, Gila Valloy,
Globo & Northern Railway Company,
Effective May 14, 1907.
There will be on salo at Globo depot
seaside excursion tickets to California
points jis follows:
Globo to San Francisco and re
turn .'. .'..'... 58.30
Santa Batbara nnd return 47.70
San (Buena Ventura and return.... 47.70
Los Angoles, Santa Monica7Long
.ueacn ann oan xrcjuro anttre
tnrn ...... ........,...,f... ......!:,. 43.45
San Diego or Coronado Beach nnd
return .i...i..j 4 47.70
Avnloa or Newport fioaoh' and.ro-
turn : .. -iu.yy
Tickets will bo on salo for trains
leaving Globo on Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays until Soptembor 30.
Final return limit November 30, 1007.
For furthor information call on
J. II. BLACKFORD,
Agorit G. V. G. & N. By., Globo, Ariz.
PllYMOTH rock eggs
Fron Registered Pullet Mating
v $2.50 Per Setting"
Address P. O. Box 142 or call' six
blocks east of courthouse on Oak stroot.
Standard Transfer -Co.
TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE
All Kinds or Heavy Hauling Done
MRS. LEONA POLLOCK
Next Door to Wobster House, GLOBE
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ads under tills hcud must be paid (or in
WANTED At Silver Belt office, cot
ton rags for press washing.
WANTED Competent waiters at tho
SITUATION WANTED By a first
class cook for hotcl'or camp; colored;
sober. H. B., this office. 184
WANTED TO RENT A five or six
room houso. If you havo a place to
rent you can got a permanent tenant
by applying to this ofllco. tf
WANTED Situation by compotent
waitress. Address A. F. N., Silver
WANTED House servant for small
family. Call at this office. tf
WANTED TO RENT A fivo or six
room house. If you havo a place to
rent you can got a pormanont tenant
by applying to this office tf
WANTED TO RENT A flvo or six
room house. If you havo a place to
rent you can got a pormanont tonnnt
by applying to this office tf
WANTED Complete sot of twolve Gor
don art panels will, bo sent to every
individual giving us tho namo or
names of anyone wishing to buy a
piano, or hoping thnt thoy wero able
to purchnso one. Address P. O. box
WANTED Plain sowing, children's
clothes n specialty. Apply to tho J.
T. Prico rooming houso near smeltor.
A LITTLE BIT
Globe, Ariz., April 9, 1907.
Notico is horcby given that J. C.
Britt is no longer in tho employ of, or
in nuy way connected with tho undor
signed, and said company will not be
responsible for nny debts or obligations
contracted by him.
CANANEA & GLOBE EXPLORATION
& DEVELOPMENT CO. 183
It takes a good deal of fortitude to
follow tho dictates of a clean con
science. Chicago News.
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 are not satisfied. Tele
phone 731, stop whito team or drop me
n card and I will call at your residence.
No man ever lost his reputation or
his friends by acting on the square.
Storage room phono 001.
A lot of unnecessary sympathy is
wasted on old bachelors nnd spinsters.
Buttermilk in any quantity at Opora
Houso Confectionery. 195
Don't get into the habit of going
around with your bristles up.
Is one of Globo 's oldost and best
known cafes; every thing first-class In
his line. Call and bo convinced.
You may have noticed that foolish
people are- always h'dppy.
I WANT TO RENT A HOUSE
OF FROM FOUR TO SIX
ROOMS. CALL AT THIS OF
FICE AND ASK FOR S. R. S.
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DOMINION HOTEL-Finest Hostlery in the Southwest -80 Rooms-Ail
Modern Conveniences and the Best of Service
mm. vv um uncu iui iboaiuiuiAvvvuu.
advance. Discount to regular advertisers.
WANTED Dishwasher at tho Occiden
tal rcstaurnnt, opposite the postofllco.
FOE RENT Room In tho Postofllco
building. 'Apply at Silver Bolt office.
FOR RENT Ono furnished room and
one unfurnished room. Inquiro at
first houso south of Hill street bridge.
FOR RENT Three room houso partly
furnished; also ono room furnished
for mou. Apply at tho Skelley studio.
FOR RENT Desirable furnished rooms,
coolest in town. Phono IG73. tf
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room for
lady or man and wife. App.y first
door south of D. Murphy's rosldonco.
FOR RENT Housekeeping and furn
ished rooms for rent. Call Immedi
ately this office.
FOR RENT Nicely furnlshod rooms
with lath in privato family, South
Hill street; Phone 1391. 188
FOR SALE Houso of flvo rooms, easy
torms; $900. Apply T. L. Scobold,
White Houso 210
GOOD TEAM and spring wagon for
salo nt raco track. 184
FOR SALE Four room houso and fur
niture on four lots at $850; bargain;
owner wants to loavo city. Tho
Mooro-Merritt Insurance & Realty
Co., room 5 over Keegan's. tf
Sowing machines for rent at J. P.
McNeil's Furniture store, opposite tho
Miners' union hall, Globo, Ariz. 149tf
Much so-called lovo is only lip-deep.
Having sold tho business and good
will of tho Central Market, this is to
notify those of my customers who nro
indebted to me to settle with F. P.
Clark, my authorized agent. Also per
sons having claims against me will pic
sont them to Mr. Clark, who can bo
found at the Central market during bus
iness hours for tho next thirty days.
MAX C. BONNE.
Globe, Ariz., April 22, 1907. 195
"Tommy, you've got n new little
brother. Aren't you glad?"
"A brother! 1 thought it would be
n horse. Papa promised me one for
such a long time." Starcz.
NOTICE TO ARCHITECTS
Tho trustees of School District No. 1,
of Gila county, Territory of Arizona,
hereby advertise of plans nnd specifica
tions in detail, for a four-room school
building, two-story preferred, from
which plans nnd specifications it is pro
posed to erect two buildings, in said
The proposed cost of said buildings
will be $15,000 each, including heating
The amount to be paid for said plans
nnd specifications is not to exceed $250.
The board reserves the right to reject
any and all plnns submitted.
185 S. F. SULLENBEROER, Clerk.
.. r 2m vrs.-ti
A large carload of Stove 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
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
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 TAFrtTA SILK
SWISS AND FANCY SILK
INDIA MULL NOVELTY SILK
DOTTED SWISS TARLATAN
AND A FULL LINE OF PLAIN AND NOVELTY
WOOL DRESS GOOD'S IN ALL THE LEADING
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF SHIRT WAISTS
W have received a new line of Millinery.
OUR PRICK ARE RIGHT
Buy Your Bread, Pies, Cakes,
Etc. of Us
A trial will convince you that ours is the best
bread in town. We have a complete line of CAKE
DECORATIONS for special occasions and can
make a cake that wiH "take the cake."
p.u;y.t Scoble, Sobey & Co.
'THE QUALITY STORE"
Finest rooms in the city.
Everything new, rajt
reasonable and special
inducements offered to
getting ccpmmod.tm .
by the month. ........
Anderson Jc Blake
Freeh Cream and Butter
milk in any quantity and
always. on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
Cook Stoves. Gasoline
and Ovens -
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Of the quality youTwant, in the
quantity you require, is our of
fer in Meat and Poultry.
Another offer We propose is
careful handling,, cutting and
Still another, .lowest .selling
price the market wjll warrant
With such a combination,
S roved by years of square
ealing, ought we not to nave
Pioneer Meat Co.
IS Y6UR WATCH IN GOOD OR
When was it oiled and cleaned las
It need3 oilintr and cleanitur on
every 18 months at least, whether y
think it docs or not
It needs that attention just as sui
as an engine does to, get the best r
salts, it if is neglected the oil eva;
orates ana a mcuon is set up uim.
destructive af the fine mechanism.
We do nothine but exnert Watch R'
pairing. Jewelry Repairing and Hani
Engraving, All work and new pa:
furnished guaranteed for one year i
chanres are "most reasonable.
Also carry a full and complete lme
Jewelry and Optical Goods.
p. K. FEIST, the 'Jeweler
' "At Ryah's'New? Stand
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