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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER 8EL1
Sunday, June 28 907
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning oxcopt Monday.
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JOS. H. HAMIT1T1, Froprtotor
Moinbor of tho Associated Press
Daily, by mail, ono year $7.50
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Weekly, ono year .. 2.50
Weekly, six months 1.25
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Subscribers plcaso notify this office
in caso of non-dolivory of tho dally,
Advertising rates mado known on ap
Good morning! Do you want a fran
chise? Whilo grappling with tho franchise
problem the city council should not loso
sight of the sewer question.
Now let someone como along with a
franchiso for an electric railway for
Globe and seo how quickly they will got
Just about tho timo this franchiso
business begins to warm up tho city
council will begin to wonder why thoy
over took tho job.
Globe continues to bo tho leading cop
per camp of tho southwest. More .min
ers employed, tho highestvngos and tho
best mining district in tho southwest.
"In tho meantime, Patrick Calhoun
continues to spit on his hands," snys
the Los Angeles Times. And does ho
say "Out damned spotl" while he
Tho railroads operating in Arizona
arc a generous bunch. After tho legis
lature shows itself to bo friendly and
refuses to enact "ho3tilo" legislation,
tho railroads put on tho screws tighter
Thcro is enough doing in Arizona
railroad circles to -keep tho interstate
commerce commission busy for about
six months if they once get started
probing into the manner in which tho
territory is being throttled by tho rail
roads. Tho last session of tho district court
was an cxpensivo ono, but more was
accomplished during the term than in
any previous one. The district attor
ney's office made a splendid record of
convictions and the jurors were all that
could bo desired.
Tho Safford Journal is presumably
"mad" at Globo for not calling off
the Fourth of July celebration in favor
of Safford. In its last issue it sarcas
V tically (apparently) says that tho bet
ter element in Globo will "cut out the
boozo" and go to tho Valley celobra
tion. The Safford brother has evidently
celebrated in Globe in the past. There
should bo no misunderstanding about
this. Boozo will have no moro part in
tho celebration in Globe on the Fourth
than buttermilk in Safford. Further
more, it would take tho G. V. G. & N.
railroad about six weeks to haul to
Safford tho "better element" of Globe,
with its present equip'ment.
REFORMING THEIR PROFESSION
Tho law is the greatest of all profes
sions, in that it embraces all human in
terests. Members of that profession nre
the chief factor in all civilized govern
ments. They framo constitutions and
statutes, thoy constitute tho bench and
tho bar, and thus have charge of tho
enforcement of tho laws. Their power
is almost unlimited and tho responsibil
ity of tho profession to society is com
monsurato with its powor. One of tho
most hopeful phases of tho tidal wave
of reform that has been for mnny
months past surging over this country
is tho bright prospect it holds out of
effecting an elevation of tho moral stan
dards of tho lawyers. "Wo are not re
ferring to tho shystors, tho misplaced
laborers who should bo armed with
picks and spades, for although these
-constitute n pest, they are not n thou
sandth, part ns dangerous as those emi
nent attorneys who, for great fees, do
vpto thoir profound learning and con
summate ingenuity to devising ways by
which gigantic trusts and combine
ovado statutes by getting through or
over or under them. But for this kind
of'-Jcgal aid predatory wealth would
havo been incapablo of most of tho evil
practices by which it has acquired many
millions to which it has no moral right.
Somo years ago thcro hnpponcd to
mget in this city thrco lawyers of na
tional roputation, two of whom had long
been in successful prnctico on tho crim
inal sido and tho othor had had great
success in important cases on tho civil
side. In the courso of a long conversa
tion tho two criminal specialists regaled
each other with recitals of many in
stances of sharp practice by which thoy
had succeeded in securing acquittal of
moro thnn a hundred men, whom thoy
know and the public believed to be
guilty. The third nipnibor of tho group,
after listening to his brethren for an
hour or moro, rcmnrked that, whilo ho
had novor dofended n mnn charged with
u capital offense, for his taste did not
lio in that direction, ho had in all prob
ability done moro harm than both of
his distinguished brethren, for ho had
helped tho strong to pi u ml or tho weak
by evasion of tho intent of laws. Ho
had tlono this on a great scalo. "But,"
ho said, "if tho lnwyors will not roform
tho profession tho timo is not far off
when public indignation will call n halt
and may call it in a rudo manner."
Well, tho effort of tho profession to re
form itself began sonic timo ago nnd is
still progressing. Uminout jurists, in
cluding Mr. Justico Brewer of tho Unit
ed States supremo court, havo spoken
ninny words of truth and soberness that
havo laid bare tho practices that no
really moral mnn attempts to defend,
although lawyers, of high standing in
morals ns well as in learning prnctico
thorn. Frederick Trevor Hill, author of
"Lincoln tho Lawyer," has nn articlo
on "Legal Def eaters of tho Law," in
tho current issuo of Putnam's Monthly)
in which ho quotes from Mr Justico
Brewer to show the sort of spoke which
tho trickster can surreptitiously insert
in tho wheels of justice. A witness tes
tified in a cortnin enso that a person
named Mary was presont when a par
ticular conversation took place, and tho
question was asked, "What did Mary
say! " This was objected to, and after
somo discussion tho judgo ruled out .the
question. An "exception" to this de
cision was immediately taken, and on
appeal tho highor court reversed tho
verdict on tho ground that the question
should havo been answered. At tho
second trial tho samo inquiry was pro
pounded and elicited tho information
that Mary said nothing! Mr Hill, in
concluding his vory interesting article,
submits that "lawyers are very much
in need of seoing themselves an others
seo thorn. It should bo salutary to the
profession to know that thoy are com
ing to bo looked upon by fair and
brond-minded men ns defcatcrs of tho
law and mockers of its majesty. If this
deopening impression is not justified, it
is high time that cortain things not
now spoken of should bo openly dis
cussed, nnd that tho powerful influence
of tho best element of tho profession
should be exerted upon its members, to
tho end that public opinion may not
anticipate private information." Would
it not bo well to amend the ethical rule
that "tho lawyer's first duty is to his
client," in some way that would not
be construed as relieving a lawyer from
any duty to hi? state or to organized
society? Is it possible that such a rule
as tho above can bo a safe guide for
members of any profession. Washing
FAMOUS MINE PETERING OUT
Mount Morgan In Australia Changing
'from Gold to Copper
For years tho Mount Morgan Mining
Company of Australia has been paying
a monthly dividend of $145,000 on its
stock. The shnroholders havo thus far
received nearly $25,000,000 in dividends.
A great change has como to pass, how
ever, and it will interest nil who havo
known Mount Morgan as tho most won
derful gold mine in the world.
Professor J. W. Gregory, who occu
pies tho chair of geology in the Univer
sity of Glasgow, has just issued his
book on Australia, which is partly tho
result of his extended studies in that
continent for several years. Ho says
that tho gold of Mount Morgan has
been decreasing in quantity, and thnt
tho mountain is rapidly changing into a
low grade copper proposition. Tho com
pany is preparing now to extract the
copper values, for it is believed that
tho history of Mount Morgan as a great
gold producer is practically closed.
Mount Morgan is in tho southeastern
part of Queensland. It is a curious
fact that long ago the poor herder
named Gordon, who owned it and sold
it for a pittance, told tho purchasers
that ho had observed curious green nnd
bluo stains nil over tho mountain, and
ho would not be surprised if it con
His surmise has proved true at last,
but tho experienced prospectors who
found gold thero did not tell Gordon of
tho indications that fairly startled
them, and ho gladly accepted their offer
of $5 an ncro for tho lnnd. Gordon died
in poverty, but ho lived long enough to
know tho valuo of tho pri?o that had
slipped through his hands.
Tho Morgan brothers, who purchased
tho mountain, let four other men into
tho enterprise, and five years later each
of tho six men was n millionaire. Tho
stock has remained in comparatively
fow hands and tho mine has made a for
tuno for everyone concerned in it. Tho
army of minors working in the mine has
usually numbered about 1,200.
Tho richest gold deposits were found
u.1 tho top of tho mountain, and until
thoitop'had been quarried away tho
dividends amounted to moro than $500,-
yuu;u moniu. ino oro decreased consid
erably in tho valuo of its gold, but
later it remained for years almost uni
form in richness, and it was thought
likely that tho entire mountnin would
bo worth digging awayr
Bocently, however, as tho level of
opoiations has been lowered, less gold
has been extracted, and now tho gold
has largely disappeared, and copper has
como into view. With copper supplant
ing tho precious motal, Mount Morgan
will no longer bo known ns ono of tho
richest spots on tho globo.
Cleaning and Pressing Club
Wo will call for, clean and dclivor
all your clothes for $2.50 per month.
Wo havo fifty-six members now, nnd
want to incrcaso to 100. Como in.
CHICAGO TAILORING CO.
tf In tho Alley.
Peoplo Will Stop Talking Modlcino
Tho king's fnvorito physicinn, Sir
Frederick Troves, frequently stnrtles
tho public by his frank utterance of
bright paradoxes, It was ho who called
u crowd of nurses who (locked to Soutli
Africa out of lovo of sensation nnd
advortisomont "tho plague of womon."
Sponking yesterday at tho oponing of
an isolation hospital, ho observed thnt
tho timo was not fnr distant when tho
bottles on doctors' sholves would bo re
duced to a very small numbor. Itcsort
would bo had to simple living, suitablo
diot nnd plenty of sun and fresh nir.
Ho looked forward to tho timo when
peoplo would lcavo off tho extraordinary
habit of taking modicino when thoy
Iteforring to tho discoveries in bac
teriological scienco and tho great ro
suits nchioved in tho roduction of tho
mortality from infectious diseases, Sir
Fioderiok said ho looked forward to tho
timo when it would be nn anomalous
for porsons to die of scarlet fever, ty
phoid, cholera, and diphtheria, as it
would bo for u man to die of a wolf's
bio in England. London cable to New
Battle with Big Catfish
Chester Murcum, a farmhand near
West Alton, is exhibiting many scars
and a fifty-pound catfish to bolster up a
story of a fierce hnnd-to-fin battle which
ho claims took place a few days ago
in tho shallow shoro wators of tho Mis
According to Marcum's story, ho was
fishing in tho Missouri with a seventy-five-foot
throw line, nnd whon he had
oast it out into tho deep wnter for tho
seventh timo ho felt a mighty pull nnd
began drawing his catch in toward tho
After ho had drawn tho fish to tho
shallow wator near tho shoro tho line
broke. Ho promptly leaped into tho
pool nnd grasped the fish's fins. Tho
"cat" couldn't swim with caso in that
dopth, but it struggled and throw Mar
cum down, submerging him. Ho rose,
undaunted, nnd renewed tho battlo with
bleeding hands. Aftor fifteen minutes
of fierce struggling ho wns victor. Ho
dragged tho fish to tho bank, rested hnlf
nn hour nnd then took it to West Alton.
St. Louis Dispatch to tho New York
To Pima Peoplo: You will get your
good ice cream at Barrett's Drug Store.
Record Timo for Operation
Dr. John Denver, chief surgeon of tho
German hospital, Philadelphia, estab
lished a new record for a successful
operation for appendicitis in Mercer
hospital, this city, yesterday, when ho
removed the appendix from tho little
daughter of Henry W. Green.
From the time other was administered
to tho completion of the oporation vtyi
seven and onc-hnlf minutes, being con
siderably less time than any other case
of this character on record. Trenton,
N. J., dispatch to Philadelphia Bccord.
MANY GLOBE MEN MAKE LARGE
SALARIES FOR THE BENEFIT OF
Thero arc scores nnd scores of men in
Globe district who have been making
$75 a month above cxponscs and who
haven't a cent to their name today.
It wouldn't take a crazy man thirty
minutes to guess tho cause whisky.
On the other hand, find one of your
friends who has taken the McKanna
Three-Day Liquor Cure and say to him,
"How nre finances?" Five to one ho
has money in his pocket. He can lend
you ten or twenty if you need it.
Wouldn't you like to bo in that shape,
to bo so you could como to town with
out getting on a jag nnd slufling off
every cent you could find or borrow?
Tho McKanna Three-Day Liquor Curo
has done this for dozens of others nnd
without hurtingtheir health. Ono Globo
man took the curo in April and says ho
has sayed $500 in two months on tho
strength of it.
Tho main Arizona ofilco of tho Mc
Kannn Three-Day Curo is in Phoenix,
but the Globo branch, located at 148
Mesquite street, is fully equipped to
handle nil kinds of cases.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
OLD DOMINION COMMERCIAL
Co., at Globo, in tho Territory of Ari
zona, at tho closo of business Juno
Loans and discounts, less duo
from directors $ 54,782.90
Duo from trust companies,
state and national banks.... 36,958.39
Banking house, furniture and
Other real estate 4,885.84
Other bonds and mortgages.. 1,510.00
Stocks, securities, etc 122,189.29
Current expenses and taxes
paid ... 10,153.08
Legal tender nnd national
bank notes 15,400.00
Total .-. $291,985.27
Capital stock pTiid in $ 22,500.00
Surplus ..J. 80,540.97
Undivided profits 3,172.03
Individual deposits subject to
Hills payablo 1,700.08
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
I, A. T. Hammons, cashier of tho
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that tho abovo statement is true to tho
best of my knowledge and belief.
A. T. HAMMONS, Cashier.
Subscribed nnd sworn to beforo mo
this 22rd day of Juno, 1907.
' ROSE McGRATH,
(Seal) Notary Public.
GEO. W. P. HUNT,
N. S. BERRAY,
M. C. KENTON
Make Your Wants Know Here. Yoa Will Get Satisfactory Resvlts.
Advertisements under this head 10 cents per line tho first Innertion and 6 cents per lino each
subsequent Insertion. Uy tho month, 91.00 per line. No ud Inserted for less than SO cents. All
ads under this head must bo paid for in advance Discount to regular advertisers.
WANTED A good blacksmith and
wagon woodworker; good wages for
right man. Call at Car'vil's black
smith shop.' 207tf
WANTED Compotont waiters at the
WANTED First-class waitress at
Moody & Hall's boarding house, in
WANTED Thirty-six fnch roll top
desk. Call at Hanna's drug store.
WANTED Dishwasher and waitress at
Occidental restaurant, opposite post
WANTED A rcllablo and experienced
general clerk. Apply Wm. Mill Wil
liams, North Globe. 222
WANTED Chambermaid at once at
FOR RENT Desirable furnished rooms,
coolest in town. Mrs. L. G. Coombs,
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Mrs. J. Harvey Harris, opposito tho
schoolhouso on old Ballground. tf
FOR RENT Fumishod room near court
house. Apply Silver Belt office
FOK RENT Room in the Postomce
building. Apply at Silver Belt office.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping on
Noftsgcr hill. Phono 1201.
FOR RENT Two rooms in the Post
offico building. Apply at the Silver
Holt office. tf
FOR RENT Two-room house. Inquire
358 Devcrcaux street, Ballground. tf
Peoplo who sit down to consult cal
endars aro not up to date.
To the woman who carries her age
well lifo isn't much of a burden.
Falling in love is easy, but climbing
out well, that's different.
Tho less confidence other people have
in a mnn the more his wife ha.
Tears of a woman affect her nose
somewhat as whisky affects a man's.
Only a fool cat will wasto time look
ing at a king if there is a mouse in
sight. Chicago News.
Cleaning and Pressing Club
Wo will call for, clean and deliver
all your clothes, for $2.50 per month.
We havo fifty-six members now, and
want to increase to 100. Come in.
CHICAGO TAILORING CO.
tf In the Alley.
Suro to Make a Hit
"At last," said tho manager, "I
have a part for you in which you will
be sure to make a hit."
"Ah," replied the eager soubrettc,
"I'm so glad. But how can you be
suro that I will mako a hit in it?"
"A band marches acrosjs the stage in
ono of the scenes, nnd you aro to give
tho baso drum a thump with a rolling
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
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DOMINION HOTEL -Finest Hostlery in the Southwest -80 Rooms-Ail
Modern Conveniences and the Best of Service
FOR RENT Small house of two' rooms
opposito telegraph office, suitablo for
offices or lodgings. Inquire at Silver
Belt office. tf
FOR RENT Ono two-room house on
Noftsgcr hill, furnished for house
keeping. Apply to J. T. Price. 215tf
FOR SALE CORNER RESIDENCE
LOT. Do you want n choico corner
residence lot, 100x100 feet, in good
neighborhood? If you do, bo quick.
Call at Silver Belt for particulars, tf
GOOD PIANO for sale or rent. Addres?
Box 113, Globe. tf
FOR SALE Choice business lots on
Broad or Oak streets, 25, 50, 75, 100
or 120 feet front; this includes Wells
Fargo corner, tho best business site in
town; also have number of choico res
idence lots on and near Ballground.
Call on Dan Williamson. tf
FOR SALE A Remington typewriter
in first-class condition, Address P.
O. box 230,"Globo, Ariz. tf
FOR SALE Three-room houso. Apply
Julo Maurcl, box 221, or Cement
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND Ladies purse In front of Sol
vcr Belt ofllco Wednesdny evening.
Owner can recover samo by proving
ownership and paying for this ad.
LOST One 16 sizo open face gold filled
watch, Walthnm movement, 15 jewel.
$5 reward and no questions at this
LOST Watch, chain and locket charm
set with stones, with lady's and ba
by's picture in locket. Return to the
Silver Belt office and receive $25 re
"Maria," said Mr. Quigley, entering
his home in some excitement, "I want
you to promise me not to look at the
papers for the next three months!"
"What for?" wondcringly asked
"I alive just been nominated for a
public office," ho faltered, "and I don't
want you to find out what kind of a
man I really am.'' Chicago Tribune.
Is ono of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-clas3 in
his line. Call and be convinced.
All parties indebted to tho lato E.
J. Edwards will please settle with A.
R. Edwards, administrator of the estate,
at Globe, Ariz. tf
Your Last Chance
Don't miss seeing "Tho Electric
Belt" at the Iris today, ma'tincc and
evening. It would mako a wooden In
Sowing machines for rent at J. P.
McNeil's Furniture store, opposito the
Miners' union hall, Globe. Ariz. 149tf
Get your Fourth of July bunting at
toe greatest ining in
the vi or I d to keep
iconcn young isexing
It does thil In i natural war. It
it not a cosmetic or artificial akin
coating. It timplr clears the pores,
ircs the blood frie circulation,
removes all wrinkles, and insures a
clear, healthy, well groomed skin.
Its frequent use from now will
keep you young looking and good
looking. 50c and $1.00 per jar.
Call at our store
For the Summer Time
, 5 'wa
Ice Cream Freezers
J. R McNEIL
Opposite Miner's Union Hall
O. 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
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
W00L 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
(Don't sit up night's to speculate
COME HOME TO ROOST
ARE YOU WITH US?
We handle the best the market affords. If you
are looking for something good to eat, give us a
trial and be convinced.
WATCH US GROW
SCOBLE, SOBEY & CO.
'THE QUALITY STORE" -
Entire premises would be
rented to. a reliable tenant
tjf Lissi- sjaiimjasni'jWnclsBBBaB
and Ice Chests
about your neighbor's salary.)
ANYTHING YOU VW
"Of the quality you want, i
quantity you require, is oq
fer m Meats ana rouiiry.
Another offer we prop
careful handling, cuttinl
Still another, lowest
price the market will J
With such a comb
proved by years of J
dealing, ought we nou
Bead the Silver Beltd