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Sunday, June16, IoqJ
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
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ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning except Monday.
Admitted to the malls ns second class
JOS. H. HAMIIiL, Proprietor
Member of tho Associated Pross
Dally, by mall, ono year $7.C0
Pally, by carrior, one month..-. .75
Weekly, ono year 1 2.G0
Weekly, six months l-25
Cash in advanco
Subscribers please notify this office
in caso of non-dolivery of tho dally,
Advertising rates made known on ap
plication. Tlicro aro two sides to ovory re
former, nud sometimes three.
With ovory new Republican to enter
tho presidential field tho position of
Governor Hughes of Now York grows
Fhoonix papers aro tolling about how
cool it is over there In a short timo
thoy will bo diverting public attention
to tho heat at Yuma.
Talking about tho strike of municipal
officials in France, wouldn't it bo an
awful thing if tho municipal officials of
"Globo would go on a strikof
Wo aro glad that Fairbanks and For
akor v,oro not assassinated. Wo hardly
think thoy aro up to tho standard of
stuff that martyrs aro mado of.
By an overwhelming voto Bisbco has
granted a franchise to a stroot railway
company. Most of tho people in Globo
would like an opportunity to voto for
something like that.
A justice of tho peace at Tombstone
gives a photograph of himself to overy
couple he marries. Isn't it bad enough
without having a constant romindor
staring ono in tho facof
" 3ecauso several incoming passengers
on the G. V. G. & N. almost walked into
Pinal creek tho other night, a nuinbor
of public spiritod and charitably in-
t clincd persons havo suggested that a
public subscription be taken to purchase
an arc light to be placed at the depot.
. Owing to the straitened financial con
dition of the railroad company, it would
bo an-injustice to ask them to do it.
Tho recommendation by Globe Miners
union to tho convention of tho Western
Federation is ono which, if adopted by
the Federation, would do much to raise
its standard as a labor organization.
Secret signs, grips and passwords in a
.union aro repugnant to tho member as
a rulo and in addition cast a rather
unfavorable light about tho organiza
tion which is more apparent from with
out than from within their own circles.
If tho now ritual as recommended by
Globo union is adopted, it will mako
tho Federation an "opon union"
rather than a secret socioty. As an
open union its opportunities will be
greatly augmented, as it will havo less
friction in its own membership and
' With outsido influences. Tho most sue
" qcssful labor unions of this day are
those which .conduct their affairs in
IT CAN'T BE DID
The' Safford Journal complains that
Globe has snubbed thq Gila valloy in
going ahead with a Fourth of July
colobration, when it knew nil tho timo
,that Safford was going to celobrato.
Tho' Journal believes that wo should
call off our blowout and participate in
tho Safford shindig, because Globo is
undor obligations to tho Gila valloy,
tho valloy having sent largo delega
tions hero in tho past. Specific mention
is mado of valley theater-goers spending
over $1,000 in Globo to see, Mrs. Fiskc.
Tho Journal evidently believes that
that money remained in Globo instead
of being packed out in Mrs. Fisko's
chatelaine But that has nothing to do
with tho alleged snubbing. Columns
could bo written about it, and then
some. Safford has .raised less than
$500 and Globo has raised about $5,000
for thoir respective celebrations. Looks
rather foolish on tho part of tho Jour
nal. Many Globo peoplo would liko to go
down into tho valley to spend tho
Fourth, but if tho celebration hero wcro
called off on that account those desiring
to go down would havo to draw lots to
sco who would go, owing to tho sad fact
that tho railroad on which wo depend
has an extremely limited capacity and
most Globo peoplo would not card to
ride in box carr, evon to go to Saf
ford. As to obligations, wo fear that tho
Journal is on tho wrong tack. Up hero
wo can take all that tho valley can
raiso in farm and dairy products. But
who ever heard of a valloy man or
woman doing his or her shopping in
Globo I Present conditions, however,
aro caused by tho high railroad rates
vand no ono but tho railroad can bo
blamed for thorn. Bitt, going back to
tho mnttor of tho Fourth of July colo
bration, Globo is going to celobrato and
tho colobration is going to bo tho big
gest and best ovor hold In Arizona,
oven if not a soul comes in from abroad.
Hut wo havo invited evoryono from tho
outsido to come in and take pnrt; they
will bo clvon a hearty welcome and
shown tho timo of their lives. "Whilo
wo do not enro to seem odiously per
sistent, wo again invito tho vnlloy to
givo up its colobration and come to
Globo. Wo hnvo some $5,000 and tho
peoplo who donated it would die boforo
taking it back.
TERMS DEMOCRACY A TARGE
Day Declares Our Government Is Ono
of Commissions and Denounces
Chnncollor James H. Day of Syraeuso
university in his baccalaureate sermon
Juno 0 said, in pnrt:
"Our condition today is tho result of
an attompt upon tho part of our mil
Ionium mnkors to sot aside tho principlo
of Christ, that the wheat and tares shall
grow togothor, and to force, by logisln
tion, an ordor of things unnatural, un
reasonable and impossible
"Tho distinction botween tho execu
tive, judicinl and legislative ordor is
disappearing in a form of oligarchy,
nnmed commissions, with an autocracy
at its lead as tyrannical and supremo
as tho world has over known, intrenched
a hundred-fold by flying tho banner of
domocracy and claiming to bo dovotcd
to tho salvation of tho pooplo from tho
conditions of thoir own prosperity.
"Tho constitution is a more elnstic
band to hold the stnto in compact nt
the adjusting will of the chief execu
tive. Judges nppointod by tho presi
dent nro acting upon eases in which he
has already passed his opinion, whilo
judges nnd juries nro waiting to rendor
decisions, but boforo thoy can do so
commissions try tho same eases in tho
nbsenco of tho defendants and send
forth thoir vordict to tho people as a
prejudgment, nnd tho nowspapors aro
tho court of final resort.
"Messages are sent to congress
branding men as guilty boforo they arc
put on trial. Other men aro published
to tho world by executive authority as
"undesirablo citizens" whon they are
about to bo tried for thoir lives, and
whon, until now, thoy would have had
the presumption of innoconco, whatever
tho indictment, until found guilty.
"Tho domocracy of this great repub
lic is rapidly becoming a farce, and gov
ernment 'by tho people, for the peo
ple,' a byword.
"And ours is a government by com
missions. "Six billions of shrinkage in the prop
erty of the peoplo in a few months, the
immense losses that havo come to the
savings of small holdors, the uncertain
ty nnd distrust in all forms of business,
scon too late, are costly warning of tho
danger of riotous impulses nnd dema
gogic politics in commerce and trade"
J A Oood Show '
Don't miss tho good show at tho Iris
tonight. Entire chango tomorrow night.
Tho .favorite sons large-caliber guns
Ddcided to hold a convention;
But an untoward fato, 'tis sad to relate,
Upsot this most worthy intention.
There wasn't a hall would hold them
A county roofed would havo been too
As space for the sure dissension.
Philadelphia Public Ledger.
If you want to enjoy a good rest go
to the Indian Hot Springs. 200
Sowing machines for rent at J. E.
McNoil's Furnituro storo, opposite tho
Miners' union hall, Globo, Ariz. 140tf
Matinco at Dreamland this afternoon.
Skating 2 to -1:30.
The new nrmy riflo fires a bullet that
will penetrate twenty-fivo men. When
it comes to going through tho pcopic,
however, the mothods used by Harri
man and Rockefeller nro cntiroly out
of rango of tho army rifle Augusta
Feed, Hay and Grain Stable
New Livery Rigs for Hire. We make a specialty
of buying and selling horses and vehicles
of every kind
Cannot be appreci
ated unless you call
and see for yourself.
The largest stock of
Fresh Drugs, Etc.
ever shown in the
city are kept at this
Best in town.
That can't be
TSxporioneo never makes fools of wise
Never look a bargain-counter nuto
mobilo in tho motor.
Lovo may bo blind, but while there
is lifo thoro is hopes
Faultfinding is unllko charity, but it
usuully begins at homo.
It isn't always safo to judge a man's
past by what ho Hnys about it.
It's awfully hard to got rich accord
ing to tho mothods prescribed in books.
If n man livos beyond his income it
is because of tho Biuallncss thereof.
Bids in writing will bo recoived for
tho purchnso of ono framo house on
Brond streot between my office nnd ma
chine Hhop of tho G. V. G. & N. Ry. up
to Juno 17. Right reserved to rojoct
any or all bids. Yours truly,
212 C. C. MALLARD, Supt-
Havo you soon the $1.00 hats at Sul
Clothes cleaned and dyod at Amer
ican Cleaning & Dyo Works, next to
Wells Fargo Expross office 200tf
"All Aboard!" "All Aboard!" nt
tho Alexander tonight.
Wo framo pictures. Naquin & Co.
Storago room phono CO I.
PINEAPPLE SNOW At Barrett's
today or tonight.
Wo framo pictures. Naquin & Co.
MAPLE NUT SUNDAE At Bar
rett's today or tonight.
Van Wagonen makes a specialty of
tinting. Satisfaction our motto.
$3.50 shoes at Sultan's for $1.50 this
"I congratulate you,, my dear boy.
Your wife is a very handsome woman,
but it seems to mo sho isn't much of n
"Congratulato mo again, old friend."
GILA VALLEY, GLOBE & NORTH
Back East Excursions
July 5 to Soptombor 30 tickets will
be sold nt reduced rates to points in
Canada, Colorado, District of Columbia,
Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland,
Massachusetts, Moxico, Michigan, Min
nesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Now York,
Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina,
Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and
Wisconsin, from Globo, Safford, Thatch
er and Solomonvillc.
S"topovcrs will bo permitted north of
Puoblo on tickets to Colorado points.
Meals and berths included on steamer
lines. Tickets good returning until Oc
For further information, rates, etc.,
call on agents. M. O. BICKNELL,
General Passenger Agent.
a II. LAIRD, Agent, Globo. 230
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 2C3.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, May 10, 1907. Notice is hero
by givon that E. A. Wayne, of Globo,
Arizona, as attorney in fact for Globo
Consolidated Copper Company, has mado
application lor patent to ttio Trail louo
mining claim, Survey No. 2380, situated
in tho Globo Mining District, Gila Coun
ty, Arizona, in Soc. 25, Tp. 1 N., R. 15
E., G. & S. R. B. & M., described ns fol
lows: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence
tno JN. Vi uor. of Bee as, Tp. l n., it.
15 E., G. & 8. R. B. & M., bears N. 33
deg. 23 min. W. C91.7 feet; thence S.
21 deg. 44 min. E. 3C9.9 feet to Cor. No.
2; thenco S. 70 deg. 20 min. W. 1475.0
feet to Cor. No. 3; thence N". 21 deg. 44
min. W. 3C9.9 feet to Cor. No. 4 ; thenco
N. 70 deg. 20 min. E. 1475.C feet to Cor.
No. 1, tho place of beginning. Conflict
with Limo Ledge claim, Survey No.
9f)79 pnntflininfT 7 017 nnrio nnd Ann-
flict with Ohio Boy No. 4 claim, Sur
voy No. 2318, containing .223 acre aro
oxcludod. Location notices are recorded
in Records of Mines, County Recorder's
oflico, said Gila County, as follows:
Original, Book 12, pago 130: amended.
Book 12, pago 488; amended, Book S,
page 420. Adjoining and conflicting
claims nro Limo Ledge nnd Ohio Boy
No. 4 on tho north; Ohio Boy No. 4
and Ohio Boy No. 5 on tho cast; Car
bon Mino and Limo Lcdgo on tho south
and Limo Ledge on tho west. MILTON
R. MOORE, Register.
firsi puuucuiion may XI, ivvl, ziu
The greatest thin? in
the world to keep
viomen young looking
It doei thil In a natural wy. It
it not a cosmetic or artificial tlcin
cojting. It limply dean the pores,
giret tic blood free circulation,
' remorci all wrinkles, and injures a
clear, healthy, well groomed tlcin.
Iti frequent use frcm ttOlt) will
keep you young looking and good
looking. 50c and 1.00 per jar.
Call at our store
Make Your Wants Know Here. Yoa Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under ibis head 10 cents per line the first Insertion nnd oceftta per llae eaeh
subsequent Insertion. Dy the month, 81.00 per lino. No ad Inserted for less than i.0 cents. All
ads under this bend must be paid for In ndvanoe. Dteooimt to regular advertisers.
WANTED A good blacksmith and
wagon woodworker; good wnges for
right man. Call at Carvll's black
smith shop. 207tf
WANTED Position In office by first
class bookkcopor and office man; bo
bor, industrious and neat appearing;
20 years old with ten years experi
ence. Address W. S. Hamrick, Box
333, Phoenix, Ariz. 213
WANTED Compotent waiters at tho
WANTED Timber framors at Black
Warrior; none but first-class men need
apply. Warrior Copper Co. 211
WANTED Tool sharpener at Black
Warrior; none but first-class men need
apply. Warrior Coppor Co. 211
WANTED Chambermaid at onro at
WANTED Waitress and dishwasher
nt tho Occidental restaurant, opposite
SITUATION WANTED by a first-class
colored cook for hotel or camp; both
meat and pastry. II. M.
FOB BENT Desirable furnished rooms,
coolest in town. Mrs. L. G. Coombs,
FOK BENT Boom in tho Postofflco
building. Apply nt Silver Belt office.
FOB BENT Ono largo furnished room
- for light housekeeping. Iuquiro of
Mrs. Geo. It. Hill, Ballground.
FUBNISHED BOOMS FOB BENT
Mrs. J. Harvey Harris, opposite the
schoolhouso on old Ballground. tf
FOB BENT Small house of two rooms
opposite telegraph office, suitablo for
offices or lodgings. Inquire at Silver
Belt office. tf
A FAIR OFFER
Open an account with us today; and get QUALITY
GOODS and ACCURATE SERVICE '
WE WILL- TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN PLACING YOUB NAME
ON OUR BOOKS. YOU SHOULD BE GLAD TO HAVE IT THESE
FOB MANY REASONS.
1. YOU CAN BE ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN OF GETTING QUAL
2. OUB SERVICE IS PROMPT, PAINSTAKING, ACCURATE AND
3. OUB SOLICITORS ABE THE VERY BEST TO BE HAD.
. YOU PAY NO MORE FOR YOUR GOODS THAN ELSEWHERE
WITH A MONTHLY CONTRACT YOU GET CASH PRICES. WHY
BECAUSE THIRTY DAXS IS CASH WITH US AND A GREAT CON
VENIENCE TO MANY.
JUST TRY US FOR 30 DAYS
HOW IS THE TDME TO BEGIN. EVERYTHING SOLD ON A
STRICT GUARANTEE. MONEY BACK IF WE DON'T PLEASE YOU
GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO.
300 pair of Shoes, $1.25 to $2
250 Hats, each . . . $1.00
The big Roosevelt
DOMINION HOTEL -Finest Hostlery Ir the Southwest -80 Keens-All
Modern Conveniences and the lest of Service
FOB BENT Two rooms furnished foe
housekeeping; auitnblo for ono or
two women or married couple without
children. Address E. G., Sliver Belt.
FOB BENT Ono furnished adobe room
unfurnished; two rooms for light
housekeeping. Inquire Skolly studio.
FOB BBNT Two rooms in the Fosi
offico building. Apply at the Silver
Belt office. tf
FOB SALE CORNER BESIDENOE
LOT. Do you want n choico 'corner
residence lot, 100x100 feet, in good
neighborhood! If you do, bo quick.
Call at Silvor Belt for particulars, tf
FOB SALE OB BENT Kostaurant fur
nished, Apply A. Cone Webb, Boose
FOB SALE A steel range, Kalamazoo
make, still in crate. Miss Allen's
residence, next to Arizona Stcajpi
Lnumjry. ' 217
FQB SALE Ohoico business lots on
Broad or Oak streets, 25, 50, 75, 100
or 120 feet front; this includes Wells
Tnrgo corner, tho best business site in
town; also have number of choico res
idence lots on and near Ballground.
Call on Dan Williamson. tf
FOB SALE A Remington typewriter
in first-class condition. Address P.
O. box 230, Globe, Ariz. tf
FOB SALE Three-room house. Apply
Julo Maurel, box 221, or Cement
house. . tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST On Troy road a few miles from
town, a lady's black long coat. Please
leave at Silver Belt office. tf
LOST Between tho depot and Kee
gan's residence, a gold enameled
bracelet. Return to J. J. Kcegan and
stock is going fast
trial ancL ie convinced.
FnMt rooms in the city.
Everything jmw, rati
reasonable ami special
uMbtceiaeats offered to'
by the month.
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 Stovesf - Gasoline
Stoves and Ovens
A large car of Alaska Refrigerators and
Jce 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
(). K. Livery Stables
General Livery and Feed Stables
Gaited Saddle Horses....Phone 481
QUICK SERVICE AND GOOD RIGS
Phone 481 W. P. KELSEY, Mgr., Globe, Arizona
Old Dominion Commercial Co.
We have received and have nowfndisplay
a large line of
' consisting of t '"u
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 UNE OF PLAIN AND NOVELTY
W80L DRESS GOODS IN ALL THE LEADING
ALSO A COMPLETE UNE OF SHIRT WAISTS
We have received new line of Millinery.
OUR PRB6ES ARE RIGHT
(Don't sit up sight's to speculate about your neighbor's salary.)
COME HOME TO ROOST
ARE YOU WITH US?
We handle the best the market affords. If you
are looking for something good f o eat, give us a
WATCH OS GROW
SCOBiS, SQBEY & CO.
1HE QUALITY STORE"
BMBSBMBBk X'AnBhuHb1bmV1 " f
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Of the quality yo want, in the
quantity you require, is our of
'" for fn Meats asaTeuItry.
Another offer we propose u
careful handling, cutting and
Still another, lowest selling
ice the market will warrant.
jth such a combination,
proved by years of square
dealing, oaght we not to nave
Pioneer Meat Co.
Head tho Silver Belt Always up "