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DAILY ARIZONA .SILVER BELT
ARIZONA ' SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY "
Published each morning except Monday.
Admitted to the mails as second class,
JOS. II. IIAMILL, Troprlctor
Member of tlio Associated Press
Daily, by mail, one year $7.j0
Daily, by carrier, one month 7fi
Weekly, ojio year 2.50
Weekly, six months l.'"
Cash in advance
Subscribers please notify this oilico
in case of nondelivery of tho daily,
Advertising rates made known on ap
plication. The much abused Gila bridge "stayed
in" this time, but a lot of track "went
Tho telegraph companies aro occused
of mailing messages. Why shouldn't
thoyf Tho messages must bo sent.
Husbands will be saddened to learn
that ladies' headgear this fall will be
moro costly than over before.
Forming our conclusion from many
ro,M)rts, wo point to tho Jamestown tri
rentonnial as. a good illustration of the
failuro of tho two-cent fare.
The wlro service is as uncertain as
the weather these days. Today we
print nows from the outside world and
tomorrow wo may have none.
"This country needs moro Governor
Comers " says Bryan's Commoner. With
which wo tako issue. Tho country has
too many comers. What we want aro a
few who havo arrived.
Tho Gorman authority who contends
that Rhino wines sent to America are
adulterated and that no genuine "Nier
steiner" comes hero is probably right.
When wo think wo aro drinking Nier
steiner wo aro only drinking "Near
steiner." Judgo Fall, tho new attorney gen
eral of Now Mexico, says that tho sis
ter territory is as free from graft as
any commonwealth in the country. The
health-giving qualities of tho "sun
shino territory" then probably accounts
for tho presence there now of so many
fedoral graft probers.
Stato Health Olliccr Brumby says
that a few days' effective work killed
ecry mosquito in Brownsville and vi
cinity, with tho result that tho epidemic
of denguo fovcr has been checked. El
Paso Times. Wonder if that's any re
lation to tho "dingo" fever that was
epidomic in Brownsville some time
Tho Republican leaders of the terri
tory aro in a quandary becauso of tho
reort that Vice President Fairbanks
is coining to Arizona for a powwow.
They havo just squared themselves with
Itoosovelt via Hitchcock and Garfield
and now becauso of conflicting newspa
per stories they won't know whothcr to
offer tho lanky Hoosier statesman but
t ci milk or cocktails.
CALLS DIVORCE A BLESSING
Mako divorces more easy; givo every
ono a divorce who wants one. Don't
mako them wait. This is the position
taken by Dr. Anna Blount, sociologist
and clubwoman, in an address before
tho Chicago West Side Equal Suffrago
association. She says:
"Most persons tako it for granted
that thcro is nothing but evil in divorce.
If tho juries that try divorces could bo
mado up of women, I think thcro would
be many moro granted. Think of tho
thousands of women who aro anxious
to tako this step to get out of greater
degradation in bearing children to an
inhuman father. It is tho final step in
many cases that a woman takes to savo
THE JEALOUS THING!
Arizona papers aro still saying mean
things about New Mexico and declar
ing that Arizona won't havo any state
hood if sho has to join with this terri
tory. There ought to bo no quarrol on
that score. New Mexico is just as anx
ious to got single statehood as Arizona,
but this territory showed good judg
ment in offering to accept anything in
the shape of statehood. Now Mexico is
no moro anxious to bo joined to Ari
zona than that terirtory is with New
Mexico. When it comes to a compari
son 'of fitness for statehood, Arizona
will suffer. New Mexico is entitled to
statehood and Arizona isn't. Sho don't
want it bad enough to work for it.
Wo havo observed that Now Mexico,
at least tho leading Republican papers,
aro also just as willing to accept any
thing in tho shapo of governors. Not
that we havo anything against Gov
ernor Curry, but these papers' would'
have rushed just as quickly to editorially
"slop over" any other man whom tho
president might havo selected. If there
wero as many idlo ioliticians in Arizona
as thcro aro in New Mexico, there would
probably be moro statehood agitation
in this territory, as with statehood there
would bo offices galoro to fill. But
everybody works in Arizona, oven fa
ther, and while wo would like to bo a
state, by ourselves, of course, wo aro
not breaking down any fences to get
our star in the (lag. With tho excep
tion of Charles F. Ainsworth, wo aro
too busy to think of it just at present
and tho gentleman named is too busy
to think of anything olso.
As to saying mean things about Now
Mexico, our duty will compel us to con
tinuo, while agents of Uncle Sam aro
delving into alleged crooked land deals
that havo boon engineered by former
territorial and federal officials.
JUMPS FROM TRAIN
IS BADLY INJURED
Mexican Didn't Havo Enough to Pay
His Faro and Loaped from Winkolman
Train Boforo Conductor Could Tnll
Boll Cord May Bo Fatally Hurt
Wrapped in dense ignoranco of tho
ways of civilized men, frightened by
tho appcaranco of a conductor who
reached up to pull the boll cord, a Mex
ican leaped head first off tho rear plat
form of tho Winkelman express train
this morning and was hurled probably
to his death, says tho Democrat.
The man, it seems, boarded tho train
at Mesa, and whon called on by tho
conductor for a ticket, did not sabe.
After a labored explanation, the con
ductor made him understand that he
must pay to ride on tho cars.
Comprehending this much, the Mex
ican felt in his pocket and dug up 33
cents and pointed it at tho conductor.
"That is not enough," said the con
ductor. "Wo cannot stop this train
until wo got to Tempo and if you can
not dig up moro yon will havo to got
off and walk."
The conversation took place on the
rear platform of the train, just as it
was passing - tho Alma schoolhousc,
which is located about a milo west of
Tho Mexican shook his head and the
conductor turned his back on the Mex
ican and reached up to take hold of the
bell cord and stop tho train. Whon he
looked around tho Mexican had jumped
head first from the moving train and
was rolling over and over in a ditch
near tho railroad track.
The train was stopped, backed up to
tho Mexican, and a number of men
jumped from tho train to help lift the
Mexican on the train. He was uncon
scious and tho blood was oozing from
his cars, but thcro wero no abrasions
of any character upon him. It was the
idea of Deputy Treasurer McDonald,
who helped pick him up, that he struck
tho ground on his head and rolled over
in such a way as to bo injured inter
nally. Tho trainmen brought tho injured
man on to Phoenix, and Sheriff Hayden,
who boarded tho train at Tempo, had
him carried up to tho jail on a stretcher.
He lay for hours in an unconscious con
dition, occasionally moving his hands
nround nnd rubbing his abdomen as if
he was suffering from internal wounds
in the abdomen. Frequently ho would
wave his hand, as if wishing to attract
attention. Tho fact that ho was uncon
scious prevented him from groaning or
It is very ovidont that travoling on
a passenger train was a strango thing
to him, and ho did not understand what
tho conductor meant. Possibly ho
thought that the conductor told him to
jump off or it may be that ho thought
there was some great danger in tho bell
cord, and that if ho did not jump off
tho trainmen would throw him off.
The Mexican is named .Toso M. Gri
jalva, and he is a native of Sonora.
His family has been in Phoenix for
several weeks and ho left Phoenix a
day or two ago to go to Mesa to get a
job. Not being able to find a job in
Mesa, ho was on his way back to Phoo
nix when ho leaped from tho train.
Ho has been unconscious all day and
a medical examination shows that ho is
badly injured internally and is not like
ly to ever regain cocsciousness.
A Big Laugh
A great comedy picture at tho Iris
tonight. Don't miss iv.
Storago room phono G01.
Buy a pound of that famous Little
ton Creamery butter at the Independent
Market, only 40 cents a pound. tf
A Match Raco
For a $10,000 sido hot and a wife at
tho Alexander tonight.
American Cleaning Works, next door
to Wells Fargo. All work guaranteed.
If you want to enjoy a good rest go
to tho Indian Hot Springs. 291)
Ho Know tho Ring
"You may not remember me, Miss
Summers," ho said, "but 1 was en
gaged to you once.
"Indeed," tho summer girl roplicd
coldly, "you havo quite a memory for
"No," ho roplicd, glancing at hor
fair hand, "but I havo for rings I
buy. ' ' Philadelphia Press,
The very best and most thrilling show
yet given at tho Alexander will be
Went With Her
Mr. Subbubs So you got rid of tho
girl at last.
Mrs. Subbubs Yes, sho left a few
Mr. Subbubs Huh! Sho certainly
took her own time -
Mrs. Subbubs Yes, and our time, too:
Tho parlor clock is gone. Philadelphia
"A Moonlight Dream" at tho Alex
ander tonight would afford amusement
enough alone. Do not fail to sco this
Ring up 372 for a painter. Van Wag
enon will call on you "nnd givo you a
TIRES OF UNDER-
Girl Sends Bullot Through Her Heart
After Sovcn Years of Llfo in Rod
Light District of Tucson Family
Onco rrominont in Territory.
"I'm tired of it all and I am through.
Tell mother." With these words on her
lips, Josio Boll, a resident of tho rod
light district, this morning placed a
huge .'14-c.".liber Colts revolver to her
breast, and, pulling tho trigger, sent a
bullet crashing through her heart, says
a Tucson paper.
Although sho has been known horo as
Josio Boll, tho young woman's correct
unino is Lillie Swilling, nnd sho comes
from a family that onco stood high in
Phoenix, though now forced into poorer
circles through povorty.
The young womnn has been occupying
apartments with a man named Charles
Craig, of -It Mesilla street, for tho past
threo years. She also has a room in
tho red light section and tlio barkeeper
at a saloon close by her room stated
that when sho left thcro this morning
about 3 o'clock sho was completely un
der tho influence of liquor.
As sho locked her door sho turned to
the bartendor and said, "I wonder
who will havo my room tomorrow f"
The man questioned hor as to what sho
meant, thinking probably sho intended
to leave town, but all sho said was,
"I'm tired," and started for her homo
on Mesilla street.
When sho entered tho room Craig
noticed at onco that she was under tho
influence of liquor and asked her why
sho had been drinking, saying, "You
know how you'll feel tomorrow." The
.woman replied that she didn't care, as
it was all over anyway.
Craig then loft her and went into a
rear room to prepare a lunch, but he
had haidly entered the other room when
ho heard a shot, followed by a low
moan coming from tho front room.
Craig, who is a very sick man and
highly excitable, lost all control of him
self and ran from tho house crying for
help. A woman named Pearl Howard,
who lives across tho street, responded
to his cry for help and together thoy
entered the room to find tho young wo
man stretched upon a cot, gasping for
Tho Howard woman stated this after
noon that tho wounded girl drew only
three long, gasping breaths after she
entered the room, and then expired.
Lillie Swilling, tho dead girl, was
about 25 years old. Sho had a brother
who is a guard at tho territorial peni
tentiary and who was also a membor
of the Rough .Riders. Her father, Jack
Swilling, was well and favorably known
among tho old residents of the terri
tory. ' '
A Match Raco
For a $10,000 sido bet and a wife at
tho Alexander tonight.
Governor Kibbcy Names Them for Irri
Governor Kibboy has named all but
one of tho fifteen delegates he is en
titled to appoint to tho national irri
gation congress which will asscmblo
at Sacramento on September 2. The list
given out includes the following: Dr.
A. J. Chandler of Mesa, H. B. Wilkin
son, John P. Ormo, Elliott II. Evans,
Charles Goldman and O. H. Christy of
Phoenix; Jesse F. Kelly of Mesa;
Charles F. Solomon, Andrew Kimball
and A. T. Coltou of Graham county;
A. L. DeMund, A. P. Kent of Yuma;
C. T. Hirst and F. U. Miller of Jerome,
The board of supervisors of this coun
ty had already appointed its quota of
delegates as the supervisors of most
counties have done. Beside thcro will
bo representatives from tho various ir
rigation associations. Tho Arizona del
egation will bo headed by the governor.
The coming convention is attracting
wider interest than previous conven
tions havo done. Hitherto only ques
tions relating more or less directly to
tho subject of irrigation havo been dis
cussed, but this time there will be
questions covering a much larger scope
affecting tho forest reserve business
!U"1 tho whole reclamation project.
Is ono of Qlobo's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
his line. Call and bo convinced.
THE YERINGTON CAMP
Some Metallurgical Problems Aro Pro
scntcd to Public
A prominent mining man who has
recently visited tlio Ycrington, Nov.,
district says that there is a lot of ex
aggeration about tho Ycrington camp,
although thcro aro many cxcollent pros
Metallurgical conditions arovcry bad
and all tho ore must Uo smelted, as
there arc too many gnrnots and similnr
minerals to permit of concentration.
Captain DoLamar is talking for tho
Bluestono of a big magnetic separation
process mill. Iloinzo's engineers, Messrs.
Wilson, Frank and Bellinger, havo been
examining and sampling this property
which DoLamar has offered for salo for
DoLamar claims that by the magnetic
separation process ho can savo 95 por
cent of tho copper vnlues, but many
metallurgists claim that ho cannot savo
hotter than 80 per cent to 85 per cent,
and that tho costs make tho process un
profitable. Every ounce of tlio ore will
havo to bo roasted, using fuol to do this,
nnd then, in that country of blazing
heat, tho roasted oro will have to be
cooled. Moreover, tho oro will probably
havo to bo crushed dry before roasting.
Tho smelting for tho enmp will havo
to bo done at some good distance from
tho mines, as tho Ycrington valley is
an agricultural ono, and tho question
of smoko and fumes would make smelt
ing in tho valley prohibitory.
A Bad Man in Town
"Western Justico" is, one of tho
greatest moving pictures in tho market.
Make Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under this bond 10 cents per line tno llrst Insertion and 6 cents per lino each
subsequent Insertion. Hv tno immtn. Il.00.ocr line. No ad Inserted for less than xO cents. All
ads tinder tills hcud must do paid for in navuncc. Wsoount to rcculur advertisers.
FURNISHED ROOM3 FOR RENT
Mrs. J. Ilarvoy Harris, opposito tho
schoolhouso on old Ballground. tf
FOR RENT A nice largo front room,
centrally located. 219 E. Oak St.
FOR RENT Funiishod suite, suitable
....for two or tlirco parlies, at the Man-
zauita, opposito railroad station. 273
FOR RENT Large, cool, nicely furn
ished front room, privato family. 1(51
Mosquito street. 275
FOE RENT Room In the Postofflce
building. Apply at Silver Belt office.
WANTED Arizona Silver Bolt (week
ly) issued July 21, 1907. This office.
WANTED Tho Globo National Bank
wants you to havo ono of their rog
istored key rings. Call at once.
WANTED Subscription solicitor for
the Daily Arizona Silver Belt. Lib
eral commission. This office. tf
WANTED Chambermaid at tno Kin
ney House. 278
WANTED Evorybody to get thoir
tuits mado at tho Globe tailors at
tio "bridge. We mako $40 suits and
$45 suits for $35 and givo a pair of
pants free. J. L. Frcdlihp, the Globe
GIRL WANTED To do gonoral house
work. 178 E. Oak. tf
Tucson Printer Wants Damages for Los3
Tho law firm of Worslcy & Drachman
yesterday filed suit in tho district court
iu behalf of Harry Coldarrcus against
tho Star Publishing company for dam
ages amounting to $3,500, which it is
claimed l-'oldarrcns sustained while in
tho employ of that company, says a
Coldarrcus is a printer and held the
position in tho Star oflico commonly
known as makeup man, that of arrang
ing tho position of the typo set for the
paper, and setting tho headlines. One
night in January last, while working
near a piece of machinery, Coldarrcns'
left hands was caught in a flying belt
and tho thumb nearly torn away. The
young man was taken to a hospital suf
fering severe pain, and later the thumb
Ordinarily the loss of a thumb is a
small matter, but in tho business that
Coldarrcns was following, it mado it
absolutely imiossiblo for him to do his
work, as ordinarily ILn printer picks up
typo between 'the thitmb anil first fin
As stated, the suit was filed yester
day morning, and will probably come up
in the regular October term of court.
The Star Publishing company is tho
corporation which formerly published
the Tucson Star and of which L. C.
Hughes is tho head. Tho present com
pany publishing the Star is not a party
to tho suit.
One of tho most beautiful and sen
sational pictures over shown in Globe.
Wo guarantee satisfaction to all. To
night at tho Alexander.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
GLOBE BAKERY COMPANY
Know All Men by Theso Presents:
That we, tho undersigned, havo this
day voluntarily, associated ourselves to
gether for tho purpose of forming a cor
poration under tho Laws of tho Tor
litory of Arizona, and for that purpose
do hereby adopt tho following Articles
The names of tho corporators aro:
Louis Berndt, W. E. Koch, all residents
of Gila County, Arizona. The namo of
this corporation is and shall bo GLOBE
BAKERY COMPANY. Tho location of
the principal place of business shall
bo in tho City of Globe, Gila County,
Tho general nature .of tho business to
be transacted by this corporation is as
follows: To do a general 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 othorwiso
acquiro stocks, bonds or securities of
this and other corporations, firms and
individuals; td own, buy, sell, mortgage,1
and othorwiso acquiro and disposo of,
real estato and personal property of
every kind and description; to issuo
bonds, mortgages, or other obligations'
and secure tho samo by mortgago or
lien on tho property of this corporation;
and to do and perform all other actsj
or things necessary or incident to the
purposes hereinabove sot forth.
Tho aiuonnt 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-!
uo of One ($1.00) Dollar each, and when!
issiicd shall bo fully paid in cash, or,
property of an equivalent cash value,
and said stock when Issued shall there
after bo non-assessable.
Tho corporate existpneo of this cor
poration shall comiucnco on tho day of
tho filing of theso Articles of Incorpor
ation in tho offico 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-five years thereafter, '
but its charter rights may bo renowed,
beforo this charter expires, from timo
to time. I
ARTICLE V. I
Tho business of this corporation shall
POSITION WANTED Hoisting cngin
ccr (gasoline preferred). Inquiro at
Silver Belt. 273
WANTED Furnishod rooms for light
housekeeping. Call this ofliec.
WANTED Ambitious young man to
learn the telcphono business. Inquire
manager telephone exchange.
WANTED Position as cook in a min
ing camp. Apply Jas. Thymana, Gen.
FOR SALE Three-room house Apply
Julo Maurol, box 221, or Cement
FOR SALE Fumituro for six-room
house; will sell all or part. Inquiro
1050 N. High Btreot, Noftsger hill.
FOR SALE Furnlturo for six-room
houso; will sell all or part. Inquiro
1050 N. High Btreot, Noftsger hill.
FOR SALE Cheap, ono windmill, tower
and pump, with 10-inch cylinder and
pipes, all in first-class condition. Win.
Mill Williams, North Globe. 271tf
FOR SALE A bunch of mutton and
fine stock goats. Inquire this office.
FOR SALE Fumituro in Al condition.
Apply No. 5 Noftsger Hill. 273
FOR SALE A Remington Standard
typewriter at less than half price.
Apply room 17, Trust BIdg. 272
Tho most up-to-date studio in tho city.
View work of all kinds. Wo arc always
ready. Call and see us.
162 PUSH STREET
bo conducted by a Board of Directors,
consisting of not less than three (3),
nor moro than five (5), who shall bo
stockholders in this corporation, to be
elected annually at the annual meeting
of tho stockholders, and tho number de
cided upon and elected at any annual
election shall constitute the number of
directors for that year. Tho first an
nual meeting of the stockholders of this
corporation shall bo on tho second Mon
day in January, 1908, and annually on
tho said second Monday in January
thereafter; said meetings shall bo held
in tho City of Globo, Gila County, Ari
zona. The officers of this corporation
shnll be a President, Vice-President,
Secretary and Treasurer, who shall be
stockholders of this corporation, and
shall bo elected by and from the Board
of Directors, at their annual meetings,
and shall hold their office for the 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. The of
fico of Secretary and Treasurer may bo
held by tho samo person.
The highest amount of indebtedness,
direct or contingent, to which this cor
poration shall at any time bo subject,
shall in no caso .exceed two-thirds of
tho amount of its capital stock.
Tho private property of tho stockhold
ers of this corporation shall bo exempt
from all liability for corporato debts
of any kind.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we, and
each of us, havo hereunto set our hands,
this 22nd day of August, A. D. 1907.
W. E. KOCH
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
Beoro me, Cullci. A. Little, a Notary
Public in and for tho County of Gila,
Territory of Arizona, personally ap
peared Louis Berndt and W. E. Koch,
known to mo to bo tho persons whoso
nnmes aro subscribed to the foregoing
instrument, and acknowledged to mo
that they executed tho samo for the
purposes and consideration therein ex
pressed. Given under my hnnd and seal of of
fico this 22nd day of August, 1907.
CULLEN A. LITTLE,
(Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires February 11,
Opened in the Old
Will handle strictly first
All of our meats
come from the
cold storage of
J. A. Mclntyre
r it r
ror me summer i ime
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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 arc kept in cold storage at least
ten days before being sold to the public
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