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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Wednesday, May 22, 190;
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
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Ohio has a millionaire poet. Ho made
his moiioy farming and Manufacturing.
Because May camo in liko a lemon
ioc is no reaon why it should not go
out liko a hot tnmale.
Judging from( tho press reports the
basqball fans in New York take their
favorito sport somewhat seriously.
Tho Yaquis havo broken out again
It's queor that theso outrages nro nover
heard of until they are reported in El
Taso by somo returning Americans.
Xo ono expected that tho Irish would
accept tho limited home rule which Sec
retarv Birrell had framed up for them
They do not want any English strings
attached to their council.
If Mayor Schmitz could bo induced
lo express his real sentimonts ho would
doubtless admit that thoro is more real
'happiness in playing first violin in an
orchestra than in being lcador in tho
municipal band wagon.
At last a man has been found who
actually saw tho colored troops in tho
act of shooting up Brownsville. Had
he been an Amorican instead of a Mex
ixan newspaper man, tho story would
havo been published somo months ago
The president, it is said, would enjoy
nothing hotter than to havo Harriman's
scalp dnngling from his belt, but at tho
same time he is anxious io avoid any
thing that might foster business unrest.
Jieally, it looks as though Mr. Roosevelt
might in time become as conservative
as Mr. Bryan.
GAMBLING IN WHEAT
In tho past few days tho ups and
downs in the wheat market have been
particularly steep and abrupt. The
dollar mark has been crossed sovcral
tlmos in the movement in each direc
tion. Just about tho timo that somo
exuborant persons on the produco ex
eliango began to predict "$1.50 wheat"
for some timo within tho next two or
three months tho market would tako a
lurch downward and tho dollar lino
would disappear. And now comes the
nows that tho planting of spring wheat
has been resumed in many states, and
the aareage will bo much larger than
It is fairly certain that there will
be .something of a wheat shortage in
.Europo as a whole. Nearly every big
JEuropcan producing country except
Pranco reports prospects of a smaller
crop for 1907 than that of 190C. This
does not necessarily mean that the
actual harvest will bo smaller. The
outlook at this moment, however, is
that the old world will want to import
more wheat from tho United States in
tho approaching season than it did in
the recent one. But there is still a pos
sibility that the United States will have
as much to spare as it had of the crop
of 1000. Tho favorable weather which
bas set in throughout tho wheat-growing
region promises great things for
us in tho next few months. Many
times big crops havo como in July and
August of years in which tho April and
May forecasts wero wbrso than they
havo been in 1907.
But it is well to bear in mind that
even if tho gamblers for n rise should
win in tho wheat market tho country
will not suffer quito as much as it
would from a shortage in somo other
crops. Tho farm value of tho coun
try's wheat crop on Dcccmbor 1, 1900,
was put nt $190,000,000 by the depart
ment of agriculture, whflo the value
of tho corn crop for that year was
much moro than twico as great, or
$1,1G0,000,000. Cotton goes ahend of
wheat, too. Tho backward season hits
those products as well as it does wheat,
but, as in tho case of wheat, thoro is
a chanco yet that all will "pull up" in
tho next few months. There is much
replanting in tho caso of all of them.
With reasonably favorable weather
from this timo onward the country's
harvests could easily be as big as they
wero in 1903. Here is a possibility
which is domoralisiing to tho gamblers
for a riso in prices, but it is calculated
to make tho country rejoice.
Just received a largo shipment of
screen doors. All sizes and all prices.
Seo us before buying. Whalley Lum
bor Co. 185
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Who will appoar at Dreamland May 31 In "Tho Now York Idea."
The unusual spectacles of somo fifteen
burly stago hands, dressed in tholr cus
tomary and necessarily rough working
clothes, but wearing gloves of immacu
lato white, will bo presented on tho
stago of tho Dreamland theater on May
31. Stago hands, as everyone who has
been behind tho scenes at a thoator
knows, do not, as policemen do, wear
gloves when on duty. In this caso tho
gloves wore thrust upon them for uso
while sotting the soconil net of Mrs,
Fisko's now play, "The Now York
Idea," n scone m rich and dcHcato in
decoration nnd furnishings that extra
ordinary precautions nro tnkon to pro
vent injury to it.
The sotting roprosonts a boudoir in
tho Fifth avonue house of a fashionable
New York woman. In stylo it is puro
Louis XV throughout. The colors of
tho scene aro pink and white. Tho
walls nro pink, and following tho ceil
ing around the entire scono is a drapery
of pink silk. Tim doorways and deep
windows nro whltP anil have draperies
of a deeper pink brocaded silk. This
material is used also for the enjiqpy
over tho dressing table. All the furni
ture Is white, hand-carved and trimmed
with pink brpcaded silk. The brass
candelabra and the decorations nnd fur
nishings nro In absolute harmony. The
setting is n gem of good taste, and a
A POLITICAL MARTYR
E. C. Rosa Gave Decisivo Vote Against
Conviction of Andrew Johnson
Edmund C. Boss has just died in
poverty mid obscurity in a little town
in New Mexico. Frdbnbly this men
announcement cnrrlos Jittfo information
to tho ordinary reader, but it 18 a fact
that Ross is perhaps tho greatest f
American political martyrs, ono who
was driven from high position into ig
nominy because lip dared to do his duty
in a strenuous age. JIp wa1 the United
Statos senator who gave tho decisive
vote against tho conviction of ApdrptV
Johnson at his impeachment trial in
18GS, Thoro were six other Republican
senators who had previously announced
their intention of supporting Johnson
on tho ground of Insufficient pyidonco;
but they wero men of prominence, who,
although driven to political Coventry,
wore still able to maintain themselves,
It was wcil known at tho last moment
that everything depended upon .the vote
of Ross, and it was supposed by tho
majority that ho could bo kept in line.
Ho wait a soldier of fortuno who, after
a picturcsquo career, turned up as sen
ator from Kaimnt. His abilities wero
not above tho ordinary, Tie had every
thing to gain and nothing to Josp ex
cept his self respect by voting for con
viction. Ho was beset on all sides to
so vote, nnd waited until tho Inst mo
ment to seo if lip could rcconcde his
conycicnco to such action, lie was
threatened with loss of position and
prestigo and with poverty If ho served
his conscience, llo would havo had rich
rowards had ho voted with tho major
ity. But ho said plainly that ho could
not see that Johnson was guilty of
crime, ilo natcu Jonnson and all oi
his political works, but that his removal
of Stanton was against tho law ho
did not believe, and it can bo said that
almost' no ono beliovcs it now. -Most
of tho senators wilO voted for convic
tion afterward were glad that they did
not prevail, and some openly confessed
that they had been mistaken, But'RqiS
got his rewnul of povorty and disgrace
and lived almost forty yonrs.
Had Johnson boon convicted, Wade
would have bpcpmo president and
would havo been nominated for vice
president with Grant, and many strange
things would havo resulted in politics,
It was whllo tho clans wore gathering
to nominato Grant that the Issuo was
decided and Wado lost tho coveted onm-
Evory important writor on the con
stitutional history or law of tho conn'
try agrees that Johnson with all Ms
faults should not havo boon convicted,
just as he never ought to havo been
nominated for vico president in tho
first placo, though this was lono at tho
mandnto of Lincoln. Robs did what
was right and suffered. Not all states
men havo such courago, but most of
them who havo defied opinion have
lived to bo rehabilitated. Undoubtedly
Ross saved tho country from great peril, I
nni no nas ucen almost ontirolynnu
undeservedly forgotton. Philadelphia
, Try tho Tabard Inn Confeclionory for
triumph of tho arts of scono painting
and stago decoration. Probably no play
has over boforo had a scono in the
handling of which such enro had to bo
taken. Evory effort is being oxorciscd
to guard against its becoming soiled o:
Each piece of scenery is wrapped in
a great sheet of white muslin which is
only taken off for tho act. Immediately
following the fall of tho curtain these
covers are tied on, to remain1 until tho
scone is used again. Each articlo of fur
niture hns also a cover especially mndo
for it, and only removed when it is
displayed In the performance. Tho cur
tains nnd draperies aro also pneked
away, wrapped In muslin, as soon as the
act is over. This Is tho rule at every
performance. Tho nature of their work
makes it impossible for the scono shift
ers and property men to keep their
hands clean, hence tho introduction of
white gloves as an adjunct to stage sot
ting in this instance. Before a linger
is put to tho boudoir gceno tho mechan
ical forco concerned in the production
dons its white gloves and .keeps them on
until work on the scone is ended. Rob
ert Milton, stage manager of Mrs.
Fiske's cqmpany; E. M, Potter, thp car
penter, and Kiehinond Bardon, the prop
erty map, who are responsible for tho
condition of the saltings, keep a vigi
lant eye out or ungloved hands.
"That young man who proposed to
you is pnormuosly rich,"
"Ye?," answered the haughty girl.
"He's too enormously rich. I don't
liko tho risk of having the family namo
up before a grand jury. "--Washington
"Gee! but Jones is a swell."
"Well dressed, is hot"
"Wpll dressed! Say, ho dresses al
most up iiuiuh. n.8. thp yijlain in a melo
drama." Cleveland Plain .Dealer.
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 242.
United Statca Land Ofiice, Phoenix,
Arizona, April 2, 1907. Notice is horo
hy givpn that E, A. Wayne, of Globe,
Arizona, s attornoy in fact for Globe
Consolidated Copper Company, has
made application for patent to the
Clinton lodo mining claim, Survoy No.
2320, situated in tho Globo Mining Dis
trict, Gila County, Arizona, in Sections
21 and 25, Tp. 1 N R. 15 E G, & S.
R. B. & M., described as follows: Be
ginning at Cor. No. 1, whenco tho N. 1A
Cor. of Sec. 23, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E., G.
& SJL B. & M., bears N. 53 dog. 34
min. W. 8S.76 feet; thenco S. 84 dcg.
47 min. W. 1300.9 fcot to Cor. No. 2;
thenco N. 00 dcg. 1 min. W. 170.7 feet
to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 84 dcg. 47 min.
E. 1390.9 feet to Cor. No. 4; thonco S.
00 dc- 1 min. E. 170.7 feet to Cor. No.
1, tip placp of beginning. Conflict with
Baltimore claim, Suryey No. 2329, con
taining 2,038 acres, and conflict with
tho H. S. Fraction claim, survey No.
-jiu, containing i.vn acres, aro ex
cluded. Location notices aro recorded
in Rocords of Minos, County Recorder's
office, said Gila county, as follows:
Original, Book 11, pogo 450; amendod,
Book 12, page 435. Adjoining and con
flicting clnlms aro II. S. Fraction and
Baltimore on tho north; Baltimoro and
Best Ever on tho east; Ohio Boy No. 4
on tho southeast; Pay Rock on tho
south; and Castlo Hill and JS. S. Frac
tion on tho west. MILTON R. MOORE,
First publication April 7, 1007. 213
MINJ3K AL APPLICATION No. 2G2.
Unid States Land Office. Phoenix,
Arizona, Ma 10, 4P07- Nmcp is here
by given that E, A, Wayno, of globe,
Arizona, as attorney in fpet fqr Globe
Consolidated Copper Company, 1ms
made application for patent tp the Runk
lodo mining claim, Survey No. 2322,
situated In tho Olobo Mining District,
Gila 'Jounty,, Arizona, in Sec. 23, Tp, 1
N., A. 15 K, G, & 8. R. B. & M., de
scribed as follows: Beginning nt Cor.
No. 1, whenco tho E. & Cor, of Soc.
23, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E G. & S. R. B.
& M., boars S. fll dcg. 20 min. E. 095.3
fent; thonco N. 48 deg. 3 min. W. 5G9.1
fcot to Cor. No. 2 j thonco N, 59 dog,
4(1 min. E, 1174.5 foot to Cor. No. 8i
thenco 8. 42 dp. C min, E. 300 foot to
Cor. No. 4; thoncp g. 40 dPB. 38 min.
W. 1150 feet to Cor. No. 1, the place of
beginning. Conflict with Coppor Quoen
claim, Survoy No. 2314, containing
3.950 acres, is excluded. Location no
tlcos nro recorded in Records of Mines,
County Rccoulor's office, Gila County,
as follows: Original, Book 11, pngo 12;
amended, Book 12, page 434. Adjoining
and conflicting claims aro Coppor King
on tho northwest; Coppor Queen on tho
boutheast and Maurol placor on the
southwest. MILTON R. MOORE, Reg
ister. First publication May 17, 1907. 240
Make Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
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subsequent Insertion Uy the month, $t.ou pjr line No nd Inserted for less Winn VO cents. All
ads under this bond muHt be paid for in irtvanco. Discount to rct-ular advertisers.
WANTED At Silver Belt office, cot
ton rags for press washing.
WANTED Oompotont waiters at tho
FOE RENT Furnished rooms at tho
Manzanitn, opposito railroad station.
FOIj, RENT Room in tho Postofflco
building. Apply nt Silver Belt office.
FOR RENT Eesirablo furnished rooms,
coolest in town. Mrs. L. G. Coombs,
FOR SALE Good attractlvo houso for
sale cheap. Address box 3G2. 199
"Bodkin say ho has discovered a now
cure for usthma."
"Ilo ought to experiment with it on
somo of those wheezy old jokes of his."
Cleveland Plain Dealor.
Buttermilk in any quantity nt Opera
Housa Confectionery. 195
Either n woman is proud becauso her
husbnnd dresses correctly or respects
him becauso ho won't give any thought
to it. Now York Press.
Compnro our ico cream with tho so
called ico cream that is peddled on tho
streets. It is easy to distinguish the
difference. Our cream is pure. Ander
A man can never tell by tho year he
was born in how much younger his
older sister is than he.
Dally Arizona Silver Belt, $7.50 per
yoar in advance
Even a man with sideburns can havo
sonso nbout something.
Satisfaction our motto. Wo have
tho bost equipped paint store in tho
city. Van Wagcnon, next door to tho
postoffico. Give us a call.
"Now that your Bon's in collego, I
suppose he'll bo getting very exclu
sive; ho '11 bo getting into tho Four
Ij'Oh, bo's more exclusive than that
nhady; ho's ou the nine." Philadel
He 'I told jour father I could not
live without you.
She iA.'asX what did he say?
He Oh, li offered to pay my funeral
expenses. Allr Slopcr.
"H"fr-H-H"frH"K -HM 4 W HUH
Must be sold
:: Call and get
I All styles and sizes.
FRANZ LUMBER CO.
magnificent hotel, olegant rooms and first-class accommodations. Beau
tiful lawns and shade trees; largo plunge and swimming pool; also fish
lake and boating, lawn tennis and croquet and swings. Try our won
derful mud and mineral baths. You can get reduced rates from Globe.
If you are sick, got well. If woll, get pleasuro and rest. '
ALEXANDER BROTHERS, Postofflco Fort Thomas, Arizona.
FOR SALE House of flvo rooms, easy
terms; $900. Apply T. L. Seobold,
White Houso 210
FOR SALE Three four-room houses ou
PasCoo hill, near tho bridge. For
terms apply to J. W. Harrington, P.
O. box 013, City. 192
FOR SALE Four room houso and fur
niture on four lots nt $850; bargain;
owner wants to leavo city. Tho
Mooro-Mcrritt Insurance & Realty
Co., room 5 ovor Kccgan 'h. tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN Brown
water spaniel pup, about six months
old; answers to namo of Jack. Re
turn to Mrs. J. V. Patton's rcsldcnco
and receive reward.
Read tho Silver Belt; always up to
date and newsy.
"Our now curate seems to bo an al
tiuist," "Oh, do you think so! I thought
from his intoning that ho was a tenor,"
Van Wagenen makes a specialty of
tinting. Satisfaction our motto. "
First Chorus Girl That hnndsome
millionaire said I was a jewel. Ha
also said ho would liko to havo mo for
his own little wife.
Second Chorus Girl Yes, I under
stand she has been collecting antique
jewels for somo time. Chicago Nows,
Sowing machines for rent at J. P,
McNeil's Furniture store, opposito tho
Miners' union ball, Globe, Ariz. 149tf
Fishing was invented to make a man
appreciate how different going to
Ring up 372 for a painter. Vnn Wag
enen will call on you and give you a
A woman likes you for admiring her
now dress, especially if it isn't.
Storage room phono 601.
Tho Owner What's tho matter!
The Chauffeur Something has gone
wrong sir; I can't stop her.
Tho Owner Then for heaven '8 sake
run into something cheap. Sketch.
"What can we do to improve tho
present method of dancing?" thundered
tho parson. "Dancing is mero hugging
set to music!"
"Wo might cut out the music," soft
ly suggested the bad young man in
tho rear of tho auditorium. Philadel
for want of i
our prices be-?
INDIAN HOT SPRINGS
A noted resort for health and
pleasure. Bates, $2.00 to $3.00
per day. Twenty minutes ride
from Hot Springs Station. Gra
ham county, Arizona; easy car
riages and careful drivers. These
wonderful waters aro recommend
ed to euro rheumatism, gout,
dropsy, liver, kidnoy and stom
ach troubles, blood disorders and
women's ailments. Hew and
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
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
Old Dominion Commercial Co.
We have received and have now on display
a large line of If
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 F(JLL 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 town. We have a complete line of CAKE
DECORATIONS for special occasions and can
make a cake that will "take the cake."
'THE QUALITY STORE"
Finest rooms in the city.
Everything new, rates
reasonable d special
indue, offers to
Anderson Mc Blake
Fresh Cream and Butter
milk in any quantity and
always on band ,
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
Coolf Stoves. Gasoline
Opposite Minor's Union Hall
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Of the quality you want, in the
guantity 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..
With such a combination,,
proved by years of square
dealing, ought we not to have
Pioneer Meat Co.
IS YOUR WATCH IN GMD 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 does 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 R
pairing,' Jewelry Repairing and Hew1
Engraying, All work and new pa
furnished guaranteed for one year ana
charges are most reasonable. ,
Also carry a full and conwlete Hneoi
Jewelry and Optical Goods.
O. R. FEIST, the Jeweler
At Ryan's News Stand