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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
' Saturday,' August 24, 1907
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ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning except Monday.
Admitted to the mails aa second class
JOS. II. HAMILL, Proprietor
Member of the Associated Press
Daily, by mail, ouo year ,
Daily, by carrier, one month ..
Weekly, ono year ... r.-
Weekly, six months . .
Cash in advance
Subscribers please notify this
in case of non-delivery of tho
Advertising rates made known on ap
plication. Somcono in tho Oila Valloy who had
a stand in must liavo been praying for
Ain't it lucky that tho Haywood and
Schmitz trials woro ovor beforo tho
telegraph strike began.
Owing to tho fact that tho wires aro
down, Governor Kibbey liasn 't resigned
for tho Inst threo days.
Many peoplo who never beforo heard
of Ash Fork would probably liavo re
mained in ignoranco of its existence had
it not been for tho telegraphers' strike.
It's an ill wind, etc.
' ' '
There is ono advantage at least in
being isolated from tho outside world.
Japan may have declared war on the
United States and, as wo don't know
anything about, wo have nothing to get
Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy has been de
clared sane. Which was perfectly
right. Tho way tho aged apostle of
Christian Science has gathered in tho
shekels shows that sho is not any cra
ziorthan was tho late lamented Elijah
An optimist is a man who can toss
all night on a cushion in a Oila Valley
passenger coach and then admiro the
sunrise. A pessimist is a man who reads
every word in the paper without a lino
from tho outsido world and then de
clares that "thero is nothing in it."
Root, Bonaparte and Bacon aro said
to bo slated for tho bench. They have
been playing a rather listless game and
liavo been disgustingly apathetic in
stead of getting out tn thtf sido lines
and coaching when Captain. Teddy was.
at tho bat in tho present series with
tho Octopus leaguers.
llnrriman denies that ho said that ho
wanted all the railroads in tho country.
In other words, ho is perfectly satis
fied with his present possessions, which
include the Union Pacific, Southern Pa
cific, Baltimore & Ohio, Oregon Short
Line, Salt Lake and several others
and last, but not least, the Gila Valley,
Globe & Northern.
Editor Tom Wccdin of tho Florence
Blade denies that ho is trying to slip
into Mark Smith's shoes. Tho Honor
able Tom would not go to Washington
under any circumstances, for in that
event Florenco and Pinal county would
wither and die liko a freshly cut roso
beneath tho Yuma sun. No, indeed!
Nothing liko that for Editor Tom
while Mark Smith lives!
THE GENERAL WELFARE
Efforts liavo been mado during tho
last week or ten days to cast doubts
upon tho genuineness of the prosperity
that blesses the United States, and to
arouse misgivings as to its continu
ance. Wall street has palpably aided
in tho circulation of stories intended to
alarm tho business interests, tho pur
pose being, of course, to frighten tho
president into an abandonment of the
prosecution against powerful corpora
tions that have violated tho law. Tho
fright, however, has been in Wall street
itself, and not in tho president. Ho has
given no sign that ho is alarmed by
tho slump in Wall street, and thoso who
think they can sway him from execu
tion of the law by manipulation of
stocks aro merely advertising their own
Tho telegraph strike has been exag
gerated by tho prophets of adversity,
in and out of Wall streot. Tho person
who confines his reading to accounts of
tho strike and particularly to tho fore
casts of tcrriblo things to come, may
easily convinco himself that tho great
est nation on earth is dependent for its
life upon tho lordly will of two telo
graph companies and their employees.
Such dire forebodings have been uttorcd
in every strike that has over occurred,
and they havo never happened, because
tho good 80HBO of American employers
and employees, aidnd by public opinion,
has always brought about pcaco. Tho
test of strongth bitwcon tho telegraph
companies and tho oporators mny bo
strenuous, but it at ill not bo ruinous to
cither side. Comimn interest will force
tho combatants to make terms of some
kind. As cooler weather comes on, and
both sides begin to realize that thoy can
prosper better together than separately,
thore ought to bo evident n conciliatory
spirit that will soon find tho path to
Aside from tho gyrations of Wnll
street and tho telegraphers' strike,
there is not a cloud on tho horizon of
business. Crops aro big, and big efforts
must bo mado to handle them nnd to
provido for tho growth that will be
stimulated by tho surplus yield. Tho or
dinary growth of tho United States re
quires tho oxpeuilitnro of enormous en
ergy and great sums of money. This
fact is sometimes overlooked by thoso
who have como to regard marvelous
prosperity as normal. If there should
bo a diminution of prosperity as com
pared with conditions of tho past de
cade, thero would still- bo a call for
immense outlay in tho mere effort to
keep up with tho normal growth. Tho
momentum reached by a nation of SO,
000,000 peoplo is a movement of such
majesty and forco ns to be irresistible
in times free of wars and pestilonce.
No disaster that is not well-nigh univer
sal can stop tho onward movemont.
With tho oxorciso of discretion thoro
will bo no impairment in tho confidence
of Americans in tho continuance of
Almost Unbcliovnblo Tnlo of Cochiso
County Occurrence Startling Effect
Caused by an Omelet of Gila Monster
Eggs and a Sad Death.
(New York Tribuno)
After a round of hot weather stories
from tho sitters on "Meditating" Mi
chael's bench, in Cit' Hall park yes
terday afternoon, "Non-Assessable"
Smith, who "went broke" in mining
speculation, spoko up:
"But that ain't nuthin' to what I
run across in tho shnpo of hot weather
down in COchiso county, Arizona,
twelvo years ngo.
"I had for a pardnor a man named
Bolgor Bill Bolger and he was pow
erfully addicted to tho uso of ardent
spirits. Well, wo was up in the Dra
goon mountains, not far from tho Black
Diamond camp, when mo. an ' Bill run
out of grub. I went to Blnck Diamond
for supplies, leaving Bill to run our
"Our shack was on a flat rock. While
I was gono a greaser camo along and
sold Bill some eggs fresh egg, ho said.
Bill was drunk or ho would 'a' knowed
better, but ho bought tho eggs, nn' ns
ho was nigh famished, ho mado ready
to cook them.
"By accident ho dropped ono of them
eggs on tho rock, and it was that hot
that day that beforo ho could scrapo it
up it was fried to a turn. That give
Bill an idea. Ho took all tho eggs
and broko 'em into one glorious omolot.
After leaving them on tho rock for fif
teen minutes in the sun thoy was done.
"When I got in about 10 o'clock that
night, Bill was all doubled up an' a
groanin'. I seen the reason for it as
soon as I seen tho egg shells, and I
knew Bill hadn't long to live. Y'scc,
instead o' them eggs bcin' lien's eggs,
thoy was Gila monster eggs, and deadly
"I hustled for a doctor, but it wa'nt
no use. Bill was dead beforo midnight.
When wo camo to lift him into a pine
box wo had tho surprise of our life.
He weighed' about sixteen hundred
"Well," continued Non-Assessable
Smith, "wo was knocked plumb silly
about his woight till tho doctor got to
lookin' him over. 'Ho seems to be
ossified,' sez ho.
" 'I'vo noticed it on Bill before,'
" 'I mean scientific ossification,' sez
tho doctor, gittin' mad.
"It was all a mystery to us till wo
took him to tho Copper Queen assay
oflico in Bisbeo. Tho engineers found
that all but 172 pounds of Bill was
gold 1)5 pure.
"Yo see, them eggs done it. Boin'
tho eggs of a Gila monster, they was
full of cyanide, and tho rock on which
Bill fried tho eggs was gold-bcarin',
Tho cyanido in tho. eggs got in Us work
and drew tho gold out of tho ore, so
that Bill was a cyanido plant full of
gold when ho got tho eggs down.
"That started a rush of peoplo cx
tractin' gold by tho now process, but
tho eggs soon gave out, and they had
to go back to the old way. I inherited
Bill's carcass, an' ever since then I'vo
been on Easy street at least I ain't
dono a tap of work," said Non-Assessable.
After a long pauBo Michael said:
"Wo believe your story, especially
tho last part."
If you want to enjoy a good rest go
to tbo Indian Hot Springs. 290
Caught Smoking Opium
An opium den was discovered last
night, but no arrests wero made, as it
was only a moving picture at tho Iris.
Seo it tonight.
Como out and seo tho Eagles fly off
with tho Elks Sunday. Tickets at Bar
rott's. King Is No Thoator Deadhead
King Edward attended thirty-ono per
formances in tho London theaters in
tho past season just closed. Ho is al
ways in his seat before thq curtain rises
and if tho performance is delayed ho
complains to tho management. As a
rulo tho audience novor knows tho king
is there. An impression has become
goncral that a box is reserved for him
every night in every theater, but tho
truth is that whenever tho king goes to
a theater ho pays tho regular rates for
two boxes for his own party. George
Ashton, a momber of a theatrical agen
cy in Old Bond street, is notified of
tho king's intentions and secures tho
boxes. Chicago Kecord-Hcrald.
BIG MINI DEAL
IN PINm COUNTY
"I havo just got through counting
out $40,000 that was paid me for tho
Calumet mine, nnd I feel good."
This- .was tho romnrk mado at 3
o'clock today by Thomas F. Weedin
of Pinal county, just after John Sharps,
president of the Consolidated Big Load
& Calumot Mining company paid that
sum of monoy ovor to Weedin for nego
tiating a salo on Thomas Haloy's in
terest in tho Calumot mine, which is
located on Minorul creek in Pinal coun
ty, says tho Phoonix Democrat.
Behind tho salo thoro is a good mine
story. This mine was located in 1874
by Thomas Haloy, Walter McCallen and
Fred.McKonzio, undor tho name of tho
Keystone. It was finally allowed to
rovort bock and was relocated by Haley
and McCallen under tho name of the
In 1880 these two men had a separa
tion and divided thoir proporty, but did
not divido this mine. Finally, tho fool
ing became so accentuated that tho
two wont to law and tho court docided
thnt each owned a half interest. In
19015 Wecdiis, tried to buy tho initio
from both parties, but thoy hated each
other so thnt thoy refused to sell if
tho other got anything for his interest.
Finally, howovor, tho Calumot Copper
company succeeded in buying McCal
len 's interest for $9,000, and Haley
executed a bond and leaso to Thomas
Weedin for $10,000 and Weedin and tho
Calumot company began to take out
oro and shipped 147 cars at a very nice
profit, but about two months ago Wee
din discovered that his bond would ex
pire on August 21 nnd he got busy,
with the result thnt ho mado this sale
today to Sharp.
Tho purchasers are Philadelphia par
ties and thoy will do somo extensive
After tho salo was mado, Haloy re
fused to allow Wccdin his commission
for making tho salo and the chances
arc that Weedin will immediately bring
suit to got his commissions.
This is the largest sum of money
over paid in cold cash for a mino in
Bobort E. Morrison represented
Thomas Haloy and delivered the
Tho Tabard Inn library station is now
located at Ryan's store. Read tho late
books for 10 cents. 270
Jail Break '
American convicts break jail but aro
captured at the Alexander tonight.
Storago room phono 601.
HEROES ARE PRAISED
Navy Department Recognizes Solf-sac-riflcing
Tho Navy Department has extended
its commendation and approval to cer
tain enlisted men of thnt branch of Her
vico for self-sacrificing conduct and
Ono of the most worthy commenda
tions was extended to Edward Wndo
Whitehead, gunner's mate, first class,
who is attached to tho United States
steamship Adams. This net of heroism
occurred during a landslido June 3, 1007,
at tho marino barracks, naval station,
Tutuiln.Samoa. Tho nativo guard bar
racks were completely demolished and
for a time it seemed that a number of
tho occupants of tho qunrters wero im
bedded in tho dobris. Among tho first
to bo discovered was Gunnery Scrgt.
John P. Cox, of tho United Stntcs Ma
rino Corps, who was found jammed
against tho front wall of t)io building.
Thero was only room for ono man to
work in tho way of extricating him,
and Whitehead occupied tho perilous
position at tho risk of his own life,
finnlly surcccdind in lifting tho ser
geant's body over his own head to the
Another instance thnt has been com
mended by tho department is tho
promptness with which a number of
sailors attached to tho United States
steamship Wabash, a iccciving ship
stationed at the navy ynrd, Boston,
Mass., manned tho boats of that vessel
and went to tho rescue of a party 6f
threo people who had been thrown over
board from a power launch which had
collided with a ferry boat. Among those
mentioned as boing most conspicuous
in this prompt action wero M. W. Hol
land, ordinary seaman; M. C. Sweazoy,
ordinary seaman; M. Sommer, ship's
cook second class; P. J. Brown, quarter
master, third class; G. Hawkins, bug
lor; P. Quinii, ordinnry seaman; M. J.,
Myers, fireman, first class; A. J. Fran
ey, ship's cook, first classand II. Shan
non, ship's cook, fourth 'class. Wash
Fanners Making Bread
A beautifully colored picturo at tho
Buy a pound of that famous Little
ton Creamery butter at tho Independent
Market, only 10 cents a pound. tf
Caught Smoking Opium
An opium den was discovered last
night, but no arrests wero made, as it
was only a moving picturo at tho Iris.
Seo it tonight.
Ring up 372 for a painter. Van Wag
enen will call on you and givo you a
Admission 50 conts; grand stand frco;
box scats 50 conts. Elks vs. Eagles
Sunday. Tickets at Barrett's.
The Village Joker
"Did you kiss Mablo ngainst her
"No. Sho was standing ngainst the
parlor door at tho time." Milwaukee
Eagles vs. Elks Sunday at 2:30 sharp.
Tickets at Barrett's.
A picturo that no ono should miss
seeing at tho Alexander tonight. Bring
Hake Yew Wants Kmw Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under tbla head 10 cents per line the first. Insertion nnd 6 cents per line each
subsequent Insertion. Dy the month, 11.00 per line. No ad Inserted for less than SO cents. All
ads under thl head must be paid for In ndvanoe. Dlaoount to regular ndvertlsera.
WANTED At Black Warrior, six good
houso carpenters. Warrior Copper Co.
WANTED Arizona Silver Bolt (week
ly) issued July 21, 1907. This oflico.
WANTED The Globe National Bank
wants you to havo ono of their reg
istered key rings. Call at once.
WANTED Engineer for 25 H. P. gas
oline hoist, Weston engine. Should
understand tool sharpening. Apply
F. J. Kaldenborg, president Live Oak
Coppor Co., Kinney Houso. 270
Old man wants work as dishwasher
or roustabout, city or country. Address
II. S., this office. 270
WANTED Subscription solicitor for
tho Daily Arizona Silver Belt. Lib
eral commission. This office. tf
WANTED Everybody to get their
suits mndo at tho Globe tailors at
tho bridge Wo make $40 suits and
$45 suits for $35 and give a pair of
pants free. J. L. Frcdlihp, the Globe
WANTED By good dressmaker, places
to bow by the day. Call room 9, 391
N. Broad. 270
GIRL WANTED To do general house
work. 178 E. Oak. tf
SILVER BELT WANT ADS
Ohallengo to Globo Regulars
Tho peoplo of Globo aro anxious to
seo a gamo of ball played between tho
Globo Regulars and tho Mandolin club.
Tho Mandolins believo thoy can give
tho Regulars a closer gamo than any
outside team thnt has been here. Ac
ceptance of this challenge should bo ad
dressed to tho Mandolin club. If not
accepted, state your reasons why. How
about it, Globo Regulars f 272
A picture that no ono should miss
seeing nt tho Alexander tonight. Bring
"Hi say! 'ow loifg 'avo Hi got to
wait for thoso chops Hi sent to be
"Why, Ah ct 'cm up, boss. Yo' tolo
"You blawsted hidiotl Cawn't you
(understand Henglishf Hi said dis
tinctly to 'cat 'em up." Judge.
Is one of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
his lino. Gall and be convinced.
If thero is any Irish blood in you it
will do your heart good to hear Jen
nings Bing "In Old Ireland, Meet Me
There." Where! At the Alexander, of
American Cleaning Works, next door
to Wells Fargo. All work guaranteed.
Is one of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
his line. Gall and be convinced.
"Mary couldn't take that outing trip
without her husband."
"All hor waists button down the
back." Cleovland Plain Dealer.
American convicts break jail but aro
captured at tho Alexander tonight.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
GLOBE BAKERY COMPANY
Know AH Men by Thcso Presonta:
That we, tho undersigned, havo this
day voluntarily associated ourselves to
gether for the purpose of forming a cor
poration under tho Laws of tho Ter
ritory of Arizona, and for thnt purpose
do hereby adopt tho following Articles
Tho names of the corporators aro:
Louis Berndt, W. E. Koch, nil residents
of Gila County, Arizona. Tho name of
this corporation is nnd shall bo GLOBE
BAKERY COMPANY. Tho location of
tho principal placo of business shall
be in tho City of Globe, Gila County,
The general nature of tho business to
bo transacted by this corporation is as
follows: To do a gcnornl wholesale
and retail bakery business; to do a
general merchandise business; to man
ufacture, buy and sell bread, cakes,
candies and confectioneries of every
kind; to deal in, buy, sell, or otherwise
acquire stocks, bonds or securities of
this and other corporations, firms nnd
individuals; to own, buy, sell, mortgago,
and otherwise acquire and disposo of
real cstato and personal proporty of
ovcry kind and description; to issuo
bonds, mortgnges, or other obligations
and secure the same by mortgago or
lion on tho proporty of this corporation;
and to do and perform nil other acts
or things necessary or incident to tho
purposes hereinabove set forth.
The amount of capital stock of this
corporation shall bo Fifty Thousand
($50,000.00) Dollars, divided into fifty
thousand (50,000) shares of tho par val
ue of Ono ($1.00) Dollar each, and when
issued shall bo fully paid in cash, or
proporty of nn equivalent cash valuo,
and snid stock when issued shall there
after bo non-asscssablo.
Tho corporate existence of this cor
poration shall commence on tho day of
the filing of thcso Articles of Incorpor
attion in tho oflico of tho County Re
corder of Gila Countty, Arizona, and a
certified copy thereof with tho Auditor
of this Territory, and shall continuo for
a period of twenty-fivo years thereafter,
but its charter rights may bo renewed,
FURNISHED ROOMS FOE RENT
Mrs. J. Harvoy Harris, opposite tho
schoolhouso on old Ballground. tf
FOE RENT Room in the Postofflco
building. Apply at Silver Belt office.
FOR RENT Furnished room, first
houso west of Globo Bank & Savings
Co. on Cedar street. 208tf
FOR SALE Three-room houso. Apply
Julo Maurol, box 221, or Cement
FOR RENT Part of room occupied by
J. L. Frcdlihp, tho tailor, opposite
bridge, N. Broad street; good location
for sober shoomuker. 270
FOR RENT A nice largo front room,
centrally located. 219 E. Oak St.
FOR SALE A bunch of mutton and
-fine stock goats. Inquire this office.
FOR SALE CHEAP Ono windmill,
power pump (10-in. cylinder) and
pipes, all in first-class condition. Win.
Mill Williams, North Globe. Phono
FOE SALE Furnlturo in Al condition.
Apply No. 5 Noftsger Hill. 273
FOE SALE A Remington Standard
typewriter at less than half price.
Apply room 17, Trust Bldg. 272
Tho most up-to-date studio in the city.
View work of all kinds. We aro always
ready. Call and seo us.
1G2 PUSH STREET
beforo this charter expires, from time
The business of this corporation shall
bo conducted by a Board of Directors,
Consisting of not less than threo (3),
nor more than five (5), who shall be
stockholders in this corporation, to be
elected annually at tho annual meeting
of the stockholders, nnd tho number de
cided upon nnd elected nt any nnnunl
election shall constitute tho number of
directors for that year. Tho first an
nual meeting of tho stockholders of this
corporation shall be on the second Mon
day in January, 1908, and annually on
the said second Monday in January
thereafter; said meetings shall bo held
in tho City of Globe, Gila County, Ari
zona. Tho o'fficcrs of this corporation
shall bo a President, Vice-President,
Secretary and Treasurer, who shall bo
stockholders of this corporation, and
'shall bo elected by and from tho Board
lof Directors, at -their annual meetings,
and sunn now tueir omco ior mo term
of ono year and until their successors
aro duly elected and qualified. The
Board of Directors may appoint such
other officers and agents as tho business
of the Company may require. Tho of
fice of Secretary and Treasurer may be
held by tho same person.
Tho highest amount of indebtedness,
direct or contingent, to which this cor
poration shall at any time bo subject,
shall in no case exceed two-thirds of
tho amount of its capital stock.
Tho private proporty of tho stockhold
era of this corporation shall be exempt
from all liability for corporato debts
of any kind.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, wo, and
each of us, havo hereunto set our hands,
this 22nd day of August, A. D. 1907.
LOUTS BERNDT (Seal)
W. E. KOCH (Seal)
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
Boforo me, Cullcn A. Little,, a Notary
Public in' and for tho County of Gila,
Territory of Arizonn, personally ap
peared Louis Berndt and W. E. Koch,
known to mo to bo tho persons whoso
names aro subscribed to tho foregoing
instrument, nnd ncknowlcdged to mo
that thoy executed tho same for the
purposes and consideration therein ex
pressed. Given under my hand and seal of of
fice this 22nd day of August, 1907.
CULLEN A. LITTLE,
(Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires February 31,
Opened in the Old
Will handle strictly first
class Beef, Veal,
All of our meats
come from the
cold storage, of
J. A. Mclntyre
For the Summer Time
Child's Go Carts and
J. P. McNEIL
Opposite Miner's Union Hall
Did you ever stop to think
that it was your duty to
your family to buy your
meat where you knew it
was perfectly fresh and
kept in the
Best Cold Storage In Arizona
All meats are kept in cold storage at least
ten days before being sold to the public
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