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Saturday, June 1, 1907
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FOR RENT Desirable furnished rooms,
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WANTED A girl to assist in kitchen;
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A FIQIIT OVER THE ANIMALS
TVhon the president of the United
States, the emperor of Germany, or any
other high and mighty potentato stops
aside from the dignity and responsibil
ities of state to mnko excursions into
tlio realms of art or science or the ro
public of letters, ho becomes subject
to all thorules that prevail in them and
is liable to tho same sort of contradict
tion and criticism -which ordinary mor
tals oxporiouce. Mr. Koosovclt, in his
capacity of naturalist, has been taking
a hand in a controversy now raging
about animal intelligence, nnd has stir
red up tho Rev. Dr. Long, an appar
ently capable and decidedly bold nnd
There have arison two distinct schools
in regard to the questions involved,
which may perhaps bo distinguished as
as tho motaphysico romantic and tho
lealistic. Tho romantic is a new growth
nnd numbors among its adherents such
well known writers as Jack London, Dr.
Long, Soton Thompson and Charles D.
G. Roberts. In tho attractive litera
ture thoy have produced thoy repre
sent the dogs, wolves, bears and other
animals thoy writo about very much
as four-footed human beings, lacking
little but tho power of speech to class
thorn with us. Their mental states
and processes aro analyzed, their af
fections and intellects rated, and reason
and intelligence attributed to them
quite up to those of tho average hu
man being, nnd in "so mo instances far
surpassing it. All this is so skillfully
done, with such ingenious, persuasive
ncss and with such nn air of reality,
that tho unwary reader finds himself
convinced boforo ho knows it.
Tho realistic school, led by tho vet
eran John Burroughs, than whom there
is nowhere a closer, more sympathetic,
saner observer and student of nature,
strenuously objects to tho motaphysico
romantic stylo of depicting animals as
unfounded and misleading, and cnlcu
lated to give to thoso unable to observe
at first hand an entirely false irapres
sion. lie accounts for all tho manifes
tations of intelligence thoy display by
tho old fashioned theory of instinct,
resulting from long experience of uni
form ncedA and environment, transmit
ted and perfected from generation to
generation until it becomes nn auto
matic guido to action, adequate to tho
wants of tho individual and tho species
Mr. Roosevelt, in a raagazino interview,
ranges himself on tho sido of his friend
Burroughs, characterizing Dr. Long in
the courso of it as "perhaps $ho worst
of these nature writing offenders." Mr,
Long hits back vigorously. Ho stigma'
tizes Mr. Roosevelt's literary stylo as
"fit for tho wasto basket," accuses him
of colossal vanity, says his articlo is
"cowardly and venomous," nnd de
clares that ho is unsportsmanlike and
cruel in his slaughter of big game. His
argument is said to bo a sories of dog
matic statements and denials wholly
without supporting evidence, and Dr.
Long goes on to assert that for every
ono of his own stories stigmatized as
falso and impossible ho has comploto
and convincing proof. Ho closes his
vindication with tho following trench
"In a way Mr. Roosevelt is not a
naturalist, but a gamo killer. Of tho
real spirit of animal life, of thoir hab
its, as discovered by quiet watching
with no desire to kill, ho knows noth
ing and never will learn until ho goes
into tho woods leaving his pack of
dogs, his rifle, his prejudice, and his
present disposition bohind him."
Possibly tho next step in a controver
sy already grown so warm will bo tho
founding of a new Ananias club out
sido of politics.
A misfit bnrgain isn't fit for any
All men aro bravo until there is a
demand for bravery.
If you would Jcarn of a man's good
deeds, attend his funeral.
It takes a lot of good luck to enable
somo men to reach tho top.
Tho avorago woman gets more en
joyment out of n cry than a laugh.
If a girl can only get engaged alio
is soldom in a hurry to got married.
Peoplo would have but fow real trou
bles if they didn't try to act smart.
Matinoo at tho Iris Today
Doors open at 2:30, performance bo
gins at 3 p. m. Admission 15 cents to
any part of tho house. Every attention
paid to tho comfort of ladies and children.
Congressman Theodore E. Burton of Ohio, the iimnngor of the Tnft prcsl
dostlnl boom, Is n retunrknlilc man. Speaker Cannon once called blm the
ablest mnn in congress. It Is said that nt the ngo of slxteon young Burtou
was tho town authority on tho battles nnd generals of tho civil wnr. As a very
small boy bo was nn nsslduous student of history. Ho Is the author of n work
on nnnndnl problems, yet be devotes his leisure time, when he 1ms any, to
tho rending of English poetry nnd French literature. Mr. Burton has been iu
congress fifteen years. His service as oliiilrinnn of tho rivers nnd harbors com
mittee has been notable. He is now prominently mentioned as n future senator.
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DE WM CASE
i CLOSED BOOK
Body Exhumed at Phoenix and Identi
fied by Baron Schlippenbach, the Rus
sian Consul at Chicago, as Privato
Secretary Woman's Claims Void.
Late Tuesday afternoon tho body of
Nikolai do Raylan, tho mysterious man-
woman who died hero last Dccomber,
was positively identified, says tho Phoo
nix Gazette, by Baron Schlippenbach,
tho Russian consul nt Chicago, whoso
secretary do Raylan had been for
Tho casket in which tho body had
been buried was taken up Monday af
ternoon 'in order that there might bo
nothing to delay matters when tho
Baron arrived. That gentleman was not
expected to arrive in Phoenix until
Thursday morning, but was able to
leave Chicago sooner than he expected
nnd he stepped off the train hero yes
Ho was taken to Mohn & Driscoll's
establishment about 4:30 and tho ens
ket opened. Do Raylan 's body was in
a perfect stato of preservation. Tho
features looked cxaotly tho saino as
they had when tho body was buried.
Baron Schlippenbach stood a few min
utcs nt tho sido of the coffin and then
positively stated that tho woman who
lay therein had been his secretary and
passed under the name of Nikolai or
Nicholas de Raylan.
Drs. Palmer and Bizzol identified tho
body as tho ono upon which thoy had
performed an autopsy, and L. M. Chns
tofferson, tho proprietor of the Union
l'.otol, was confident that tho dead wo
man was tho ono who had passed as de
Raylan, tho man.
At 8 o'clock all concerned in tho
caso mot in .the offico of E. 0. Schlupp
nnd told what they knew of tho mat
tcr. Samuol J. Shnoffcr, a Chicago at
tornoy, representing Mrs. Anna do Ray'
Ian, who claims to bo tho "widow" of
tho dead woman, was present to cross
examine tho witnesses. Michael Fein
berg, tho legal representative of Public
Administrator Roddick of Cook county,
Illinois, was also thcro to ask ques
tions. John J. Sweeney of tho National
Bank of Arizona told of how do Ray
lan and her physician, Dr. Rowe, came
to tho bank and opened an account.
Tho morning after tho death ho saw
tho body and knew it to bo that of his
It. B. Burmistor, cashier of the
Phoenix National bank, recited tho
facts concerning tho various business
rclntions ho had had with the dead
woman. Do Raylan told him of her
domestic troubles, and Mr. Burmistor
probably knows more of tho past lifo
of Do Raylan than nnyono in Phoenix.
His testimony was tho most important
that was taken.
Oeorgo Hagcrman, who did somo
plumbing for do Raylan, L. M. Christ
offorson, and Drs. Palmer and Bizzoll
wore all called, but brought out noth
ing that has not been told and rotold.
Baron Schlippenbach was able to
throw some light upon the identity of
Tanner, tho mysterious young man who
mado himself known as a friend of do
Rnylan aftor hor death. Few bolioved
that Tanner wns tho right name of tho
man, nnd Baron Schlipponbach says
that his name is Carl Neumann. He is
himself a Russian, being tho son of a
leading attorney in tho Innd of the
czar. Tho baron has not seen Neumann
sinco ho enlisted for tho Spanish war;
but recoived sovcral telegrams from him
just aftor do Rnylan died hero.
The disinterment of tho body is of
littlo real importance, outside of dis
posing of tho "widow's" contention
that a woman's body wns substituted
for that of hor "husband." But tho
investigation into, tho facts of tho mys
terious affair will go forward both in
this country and in Russia until it is
Mr. Shacffor said that ho had seen
do Rnylan in lifo and thought that tho
body ho viowed last night was that of
tho mnn ho had known, but was not
ecrtnin upon that point. It is under
stood that later ho waxed vory indig
nant over tho affair, saying that he
had been gros.dy deceived by Mrs.
Anna do Rnylan. Ho said that sho had
doliboratelylied to him upon a groat
many points, and stated that ho did not
usually mado it a practice to go chasing
over tho nation upon fool's errands.
Barou Schlipponbach stated to tho
Gazotto this afternoon that ho was as
completely mystified as nnyono concern
ing tho entire affair. For twelve years
do Raylan was with him almost daily
and ho novcr suspected that she was
not what sho claimed to bo. Ho has
not mado a detailed inspection of the
pnpors of tho dead womnn, and believes
that when ho docs so ho may discover
somo cluo to this strangest of mys
teries. ah tho naiiors that de Raylan had
with her here have been looked over,
but by persons unfamiliar wun itus-,;-in
Thn bnron intends to rend overy
lottcr and every scrap of paper which
tho dead woman had with her in Ari
zona, or which sho loft with him when
she enrao west. Tins win uo none jusi
as soon as possible after he roturns to
Tim n.izntto learned that Mr. ShaCf-
for, tho attorney who is representing
"Mrs." de Rnylan, iinu signuu
ntrroniiinnf liv his firm. Sliaoffer & Shaof-
fer of Chicago, withdrawing tho suit
now pending in the cook county cuiina
courts against tho public administrator
by "Mrs." do Raylan for tho posses
ion nf ilo Ravlan's effects. Tho at
torney mado this agreegent after the
conclusive proof that had been offered
him hero of tho dead woman's identity,
it naturally following that his client
bad no standing in court.
Matinco at tho Iris Today
Doors oncn at 2:30. performance be
fins at 3 n. m. Admission 15 cents to
any part of tho house. Every attention
paid to tho comfort or ladies ana cnu
When vou co to the coast to spend
a vacation you will want the Bolt. It
will bo a long daily letter irom nomc.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
COUNTY OP GILA, TERRITORY OF
In the Matter of the Estate of Joseph
W. Tatton, Deceased. Notice of
Notice is hereby given that Chas. T.
Martin has filed in this court his peti
tion praying for letters of administra
tion of tho estate of Joseph W. Tatton,
deceased, and that the same will bo
heard on Friday, tho 31st day of May,
A. V. XWi, at ten o'clock in tho fore
noon of said day, at tho courtroom of
said court, in said County of Gila, Ter
ritory of Arizona, and all persons in
terested in said estate aro notified then
and thoro to appear and show cause,
if any thoy have, why tho said letters
should not issue to him as prayed for.
Dated May K, 1007.
4 P. C. ROBERTSON, Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, FIFTH
JUDICIAL DISTRICT, TERRITORY
OF ARIZONA, IN AND FOR THE
COUNTY OF GILA.
David Fuller, Plaintiff, vs. Mary Ful
ler, Defendant. Action brought in
tho District Court of tho Fifth Ju
dicial District of tho Territory of
Arizona, in and for tho County of
Gila, nnd the complaint filed in snid
County of Gila, in the offico of tho
clerk of said District Court.
Tho Territory of Arizona sonds greet
ing to Mary Fuller, Defendant.
You aro hereby summoned and re
quired to appear in an action brought
against you by tho above named plain
tiff, in tho District Court of tho Fifth
Judicial District of tho Territory of
Arizona, in nnd for the County of Gila,
and answer tho complaint filed with tho
clerk of this court at Globe, in snid
county, (a copy of which complaint ac
companies this Summons), within twen
ty days, (cxclusivo of the dny of ser
vice) after tho service upon you of
this Summons if sorved in this county,
in all otner cases thirty days or judg
ment by default will bo taken against
you according to tho prayer of said
And you aro horoby notified that if
you fail to appear and answer tho said
complaint, as abovo required, the said
piaintiu will apply to tho court tor
tho relief therein demanded, and for
cosVs and disbursements in this bohalf
Given under my hand and the Seal of
the District Court of tho Fifth Judicial
District of tho Territory of Arizona, in
and for tho County of Gila, this 17th
day or .May, A. JJ. 1UU7.
G GEORGE II. SMALLE1', Clerk.
WANTED Business women to travel
represent u wholesale firm. Apply
room 28, Dominion hotel, Mrs. M. C.
WANTED AT ONCE Advertising eo-
licitor for city directory. Call from
9 a. in. to 10 a. in., room 7, No. 28S
North Broad street. 200
JAP BOY WANTS situation in mining
camp or boarding lioubc. Address
Jap, this offico.
Young lady wants situation doing
housework; best of references; stato
wages. Address K. D., this office. 199
WANTED Lady cook wanted at Mur
phy's boarding house in North Globe.
FOR RENT Housekeeping and furn
ished rooms. Call immediately this
FOE RENT Room in tho Postofllce
building. Apply at Silver Belt, office.
FOR RENT Four-room house, stable,
chicken house, good yard, good well
of water; on the Ballground, south of
schoolhouse. Inquire of Owen Mc
Kovitt, box 2S4, or at McKovjtt house
north of bridge. tfi
STANDARD ODL MEN'S PROFITS
Rockefeller's Sharo in Dividends of
Standard Oil Reach $106,312,000
Tho publication a fow days ago in
the report of tho commissioner of cor
porations on the petroleum industry of
tho proportionate holdings of Standard
Oil trust certificates by John D. Rocke
feller and his associates in the forma
tion of tho oil trust makes possiblo a
readjustment of tho calculations of tho
profits which have come to these orig
inal nino in dividends sinco the trust
was legalized by incorporation in New
Jersey. It has been generally supposed
that Mr. Rockefeller owned 30 per cent
of tho Standard Oil Company of New
Jersey capitalization of $100,000,000,
and this statement is approximately,
borne out by the commissioner of cor
poration's report that in 1SS2, when the
Standard Oil trust was formed, Mr.
Rockefeller owned $10,170,000 out of
the total capitaiirjition of $70,00,000,
which is about 27.4 per cent. With tho
organization of tho Standard Oil Com
pany of New Jersey in 189S, theso trust
certificates were exchanged pro rata for
tho stock of tho corporation, which had
nn increased capitalization. If John D.
Rockefeller has dono no more since
then than hold on to his share of tho
now stock, ho has received $388 a sharo
in dividends on 274,000 shares of tho
Now Jersey corporation's stock, up to
the current quarter, a rate which brings
tho total returns on hi3 holdings up to
Swellest goods in town. Ladies' suits,
cloaks, silk dresses and gowns, waists,
sklrt3, hosiery, millinery, now goods,
switches, fancy goods, etc. Tho Peoplo 's
Store, Dolpb Baatz, Prop., Globe, Ariz.
Wo frame pictures. Naqain & Co.
Van Wngcnon makes a specialty of
tfnting. Satisfaction our motto. ,
BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO.
Single and Double .Teams
A Specialty made
W. S. SULTAN
SULTAN & WAYNE
SURVEYS, ASSAYS, ESTIMATES, REPORTS Opposite P. O., Globe
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DOMINION HOTEL -Finest Hostlery in the Southwest -80 Roons-AH
Modern Conveniences and the Best of Service
FOR SALE Good attractive house for
sale cheap. Address box 302. 199
FOR SALE OR RENT Houso of four
rooms ou old Ballground. L. Wnlli
innn, South Globe dairy. tf
FOR SALE American typewriter,
cheap. Call at United Drug Co., on
North Broad street. 200
FOR SALE Carload 2x4 's and 2x0 's
pine lumber. Inquire nt the G. V. G.
& N. railway depot. 203
FOR SALE Houso of five rooms, easy
torms; $900. Apply T. L. Seebold,
Whito House 210
FOR SALE Four room house and fur
niture on four lots at $850; bargain;
owner wants to Jeavo city. Tho
Mooro-Merritt Insurnnco & Realty
Co., room fi ovor Keegan's. tf
FOR SALE OR RENT Restaurant fur
nished. Apply A. Cone "Webb, Roose
FOR SALE A Remington typewriter
in first-class condition. Address P.
O. box 230, Globe, Ariz. tf
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND Shawl in the street in front
of Brookner's store. Owner can have
same by paying for this adv. 199
Tho Real Boro
Littlo Willi's voico rang out, frac
turing the stillness of tho room.
"What is it, Willie!"
Fatlior's voice wns vibrant with a
"Pa," said Willie, "what is a
"A bore, my son," responded father,
"is tho flabbergasted donkey who
wants to know how the weather suits
Dr. R. E. Holbrook, dentist, over
Brown's millinery store, Globe Office
building, room 2.
Don't miss it. Tho only picture from
lifo of tho Thaw-Whito tragedy Just as
it happened will bo given at tho Alex
Comparo our ice cream with tho so
called ice cream that is peddled on the
streets. It is easy to distinguish tho
difference. Our cream is pure. Andor
We framo pictures. Naquin & Co.
Storago room phono 001.
Van Wngenen, next door to the post
office, docs a general painting and pa
per hanging business. All wprk guaran
teed. Hard Luck
Mrs. Dash Mother says that she
wants to bo cremated.
Dash Just my luckl I haven't a
match with me.
Satisfaction our motto. We have
the best equipped paint store in the
city. Van Wagcncn, next door to tho
postofficc. Give us a call.
Sowing machines for rent nt J. P.
McNeil's Furnituro store, opposite tho
Minors' union hall, Globe, Ariz. 149tf
Hay, Grain & Coal
of Fine Livery Rigs
H. T. WAYNE
Deputy TJ. 3. Mineral Surveyor
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 TAFFETA SILK
SWISS AND FANCY SILK
INDIA MULL NOVELTY SILK
DOTTED SWISS TARLATAN
AND A FULL LINE OF PLAIN AND NOVELTY
WflOL DRESS GOODS IN ALL THE' LEADING
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF SHIRT WAISTS
; AND DRESSES
We have received a new line of Millinery.
OUR PRICE6 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, rata
reasonable and special
inducements offered to
by the month.
Anderson 3c Blake
Fresh Cream and Butter
milk in any quantity and
always oa hand
DAIRY, EAST GllOBE
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
Wjth such , a combination,
proved by years of square
dealing, ought we not to nave
Pioneer Meat Co.
O. R. FEIST
Watch Repairing and Hand EngravW
326 BROAD STREET
PEARY H. HUGHES
PHONE 691 GLOBE, A. "
For carpets and linoleums laying.
general house cleaning.
Call up Phone 691.
Eoad tho Silver Belt Always up
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