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If tho joint statehood yappors do not
quit yapping now, it's becauso there is
somothing really wrong with them, as
has been previously only suspected.
Tho city council has finally taken
action on tho street lighting problem
and it is up to tho company that fur
nishes that commodity to give tho city
n .fair rate.
Just as wo woro becoming accustomed
" to.bcing cut off from the outside world,
tho Gila Valley road threatens to givo
us rail communication today. Hero's
.hoping they succeed.
Sinco. the federal authorities have
started probing into the land frauds of
Ncw Mexico, President Booscvelt has
( probably learned enough to convince
, him that it would be a crime to force
jointure upon Arizona.
Tho United States will tako no cogni
zanco of tho presenco of alleged Mex
ican revolutionists . in this) country.
That's right. Let Mexico take care of
its own 'undesirable citizens. In these
strenuous days of trust busting and
octopus hunting, tho administration is
too busy to pay moro than passing at
tention to a paper revolution in some
DEATH CEBTIFICATE FOE JOIN
TUBE Secretary Gnrfield's recent visit to
Arizona has borne fruitful results, cs
peuially for Arizona, according to yes
, terday's dispatch to tho clfect that
President Booscvelt has given up hope
of making one stato of New Mexico
anil Arizona. Thus fades away tho
dream of tho jointists with its false
promises of great political reward for
. tho faithful faithful to their own self
ish desires rather than tq tho land in
which they lived. But few loyal citi
zens of Arizona wished to see this great
and prosperous territory united with
New Mexico and these few, with ono
or two exceptions, wero misled.
T'ven in Now Mexico tho best element
of citizenship did not desire to sec that
' old. 'commonwealth lose its 'identity.
. 7 Nor . did ' tho grafting gang that has
controlled the destinies of tho sister
territory care to see the merger, becauso
; '. it would have meant tho end of graft
there, but rather than loso favor with
tho administration, they mado it ap
pear that they wero eager for jointure.
Tho Silver Belt has ever sinco the
election last year held that there was
no longer a joint statehood issue; that
tho schemo was as dead as tho prover
bial 'doornail, knowing thai tho presi
dent and his advisers had been duped
as to conditions in tho southwest, and
that eventually ho would learn tho truo
., state of affairs from some disinterested
- party whoso judgment could bo relied
upon. Wo are not overwhelmed with
gratitude toward tho presidont for his
decision, becauso it was forced upon
him. Nor is great credit duo tho sccro-
t tary of the interior for seoing what any
blind man could fool tho nlmost abso
lute unanimity of sentiment in Arizona
against joint statehood.
MAY DELAY WOBK ON CANAL
War Department Will Dotormino Bight
to Incur. Deficiency
. . Tho war department intends to tako
counsel to detormino whothcr or not it
' has tho-right to incur a deficiency dur
ing the current fiscal year in tho.mattor
of expenditure on tho isthmian canal.
According to tho report of Major
Goethal.s, tho chairman of the conunis
nion; tho work is progressing so rapidly
that $8,000,000 in oxcess of tho amount
appropriated for this year will bo need
ed to carry on construction work at
tho rato it is going ahead at tho pres
ent time. This does not mean that tho
co'st of tho work is greater than tho
'estimates -submitted to congress, but
that it will bo possible to do more work
MAHATMA AGAMYA OF INDIA.
Tho Mnlintina Agnmyn Guru Pnnunalminsa Is ono of the most noted of
the wise men of India. The niiilintuius are men who have developed blgb
spiritual powers through the study of the Ycdnntic philosophy. This nmu, for
Instance, alleges that he has such mental control of bis body that he can in
stantly check bis pulse and heart action until not a trace of life can be dis
covered by medical exports. Ho can remain In Hint condition ludeflulteJy.
returning to consciousness at will. The malmtmas are superior to all creeds
nml ilcgmas. They .are noted for their kindness and their purity of life.
this year, and bring the canal nearer
completion than was anticipated at the
time the estimates were made.
A recently enacted statute seeks to
prevent executive departments from in
curring deficiencies, and if this holds
good in tho caso of tho Panama canal,
less work will bo done- than it is pos
siblo to do. It is not the intention of
tho department to seek tho advico of
Attorney General Bonaparte, whoso con
struction of tho law, Secretary Tnft has
declared, "leads to absurdity," but to
rofer tho matter to Bichard Jt. Bogcrs,
tho attorney for tho commission, and
have him pass on tho question.,
Mr. Bogers has returned from the
canal zone, and is at present in New
York. Ho will come to Washington
within a few days, and then tako tho
matter up. Washington Herald.
Van Wagenen', next door to tho post-
office, docs a general painting and pa
per hanging business. All work guaran
Weekly Silver Bolts Wanted
Dated July 7, July 11, July 21 and
August 4, 1907. Bcward at this office
Bring your clean cotton rags to Sil
ver Belt office and got 5 cents a pound
Wa3 He Horsing Him?
Thero is a member of Congress from
a Southwestern stato who is pretty well
known in Washington for his delight
in tho pleasures of tho table. Partic
ularly is ho fond of roaste'd cars of com,
a dolicacy ho never omits an opportun
ity to indulge in.
On ono occasion, so runs tho story,
tho Congressman wns in a restaurant
in Texas, when the wniler placed upon
the table a plateful of tho dish men
tioned. Tho statesman proceeded to
AVlion ho, had consumed the fourth
ear of corn, ho noticed that a man
across the table was eyeing him most
curiously. Thinking that somo oxplana
tion was necessary tho representative
good-naturedly informed tho strangor
that .ronstcd corn was one of tho most
nutritious and palatablo of foods. Then
ho gathorcd unto himself n fifth car,
which he devoured with great rolish.
The man across tho tablo could stand
it no longer.
"My friend," ho suggested, "don't
you think you could save about a dollar
and a half a day if you wero to board at
a livery stablof".
Champion Woman Barber Dead
Sadness roigns among tho patrons of
tho little barber shop at 13 Oliver street.
Mrs. Palumbicr, tho proprietress,
known as "tho champion woman bar
ber of tho world," died yesterday at
her summer homo in Hoscbany, L. I.
On Thursday a host of admiring pat
rons will attend her funeral.
Tor twenty-eight years Mrs. Palum
bicr had conducted tho littlo shop. Bo-
sides acquiring a reputation for being
one of tho best barbers 111 the city, she
won dcop respect for her fistic ability.
Many wero tho men who camo into hor
shpp to mako gamo of her profession,
and thoy invariably found themselves'
making a quick exit instead.
Two weeks ago Mrs. Palumbicr was
takon ill, but it was not serious at first
and all of her numerous friends soOh
expected to sco her in her shop again.
But slio did not return, and yesterday
tho word spread through Oliver street
.that she novcr would.
Preparations will bo mado for a fun
oral procession (if moro than ono hun
dred and twcnty-fiv.o carriages to escort
the coffin to tho Now Calvary ccmo
tory, on Long Island, next Tuesday.
New York Amorican,
In Water Color
Among tho students taking tho art
courso at a certain Boston educational
institution nro. two impecunious youths
from a southern city. To reduco thoir
expenses the young incn from Dixio
slinro an apartment, to which is at
tached a sort of kitchen whero they
proparo most- of thoir own meals.
One' morning tho elder of tho students
appeared at tho kitchen door, palctto
on thumb "Suid frown on brow.
"Whnt's tho matter with tho cof
fee, Dickt" ho asked. "Isn't it
ready?' ' '
'( A littlo patlonco, old ninn,'.'. roplied
Diqk, ','and I.'ll soon fix you. ItVal
ready sketched in."
J. D. Uzzoll, the colored editor who
is hold responsible for much of the
recent race trouble on the eastern uliorc
of Virginia, wns brought here under
strong guard today and locked up in the
Norfolk jail, says a dispatch from Nor
folk. Uzzcll surrendered to Colonel Notting
ham of the Virginia militia at Onan
cock, Monday, and asked to bo sent to
a safe place, thero being great danger
that he would bo lynched.
ONANCOCK, Va., August 420. J. D.
Uzzcll, tho editor of the nogro news
paper here, who has been in hiding
since tho outbreak of the night of the
10th, was escorted to Onley depot, three
miles from hero, this morning, guarded
by forty soldiers.
Uzzcll is charged with boing onp of
the men who fired into the mail wagon
carrying -tho threo white men and a
white woman 011 the night of the dis
turbance. Surrenders to Soldiers
Yesterday morning about -1 o'clock
he walked into Onaneoc.k and was held
up by a squad of soldiers patrolling the
street. Ho promptly gave his name,
and said he was looking for the propor
person to whom to surrender. He was
put in jail immediately, and his arrest
kept, a secret.
This town is entirely quiet, but there
was some fear that white pcoplo from
outside might mako an attempt at
lynching if it was known that Uzzcll
was in jail. Early this morning ho was
taken to Onley, put on a train and sent
to Norfolk for safe keeping.
Escorted Out of Town
A detachment o( nine men in diamond
formation nctcd as an advance guard,
and Uzzell was surrounded by tho main
body of tho troops. Thero was not tho
slightest sign of trouble. It is not un
likely that the others' implicated will
slip in somo night, encouraged by Uz
zell 's experience, and surrender to tho
The evidence ngainst them is direct.
It is entirely that of negroes who saj-
they wero present when tho shooting
was done. Both 'tho white man that
was shot by Uzzcll in tho street hero
and the negro that was hit by a stray
load of buckshot, when tho white- men
in tho carringo were fired on, are recov
ering. Probably tho troops will be kept hero
through next week, when tho negro fair
at Tasley is scheduled to bo held. It is
not known whether tfiis fair will open.
Burton is president and Conquest is sec
retary of tho association, aifd thoir absence-
may provent it.
Buy a pound of that famous Littlo-.
ton Creamery butter at tho Indopondent
Market, only -10 cents a pound. tf
American Cleaning Works, next door
to Wells Fargo. AU work guaranteed.
Puffing tho Pipo
"The people of tho Netherlands are
commonly as matter-of-fact as the
Scotch," once said a 'former diplomatic
roprcsontativo.of the Unitpd States at
Tho Ilaguo, "and a fignrativ phraso
bothers them n great deal.
"An American traveler found in a
cafe, at Bottcrdani a Dutchman who had
boon about a bit and who spoke English
"This Dutchman was smoking a China
pipo of remarkable sizo and beauty;
and the American, as an admirer and
collector of such bric-a-brac, took the
liberty to comment .upon it.
" 'You could not stumble- upon a
pipe liko that every, day,' said tho
"Tho Dutchman took threo or four
whiffs at tho pipo, and then slowly x&-
moved it from his mouth. '
" 'Cortainly not without breaking
it,' ho said gravely."
To property owners within the City
Bender your property to tho assessor
beforo Sopt. 1, whothcr served with as
sessment' blank or not.
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Make Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under tblKhfind 10 cents per line too first Insertion and Bcenu per line each
suUscqticni Insertion. Hv tno month, fcl.00.oer
:uis under ims uonu musi do Daiu lor in
FURNISHED BOOMS FOE BENT
Mrs. J. Hnrvoy Harris, opposite the
Rchoolhouso on old Ballground. tf
FOB BENT A nlco largo front room,
centrally located. 219 K. Oak St.
FOE BENT Four room house, with
screened porch, on Pascoe Hill. In
quire of Capt. Oliver, Salvation Army.
FOB BENT Largo, cool, nicely furn
ished front room, privnto family. 154
Mosquito street. 275
FOE JBENT Boom In tho Foatofflco
building. Apply nt Silvor Belt office.
WANTED Arizona Silver Bolt (wcok
ly) issued July 21 1007. This office.
WANTED Subscription solicitor for
tho Dnily Arizona Silvor Belt. Lib
eral commission. This office. tf
WANTED Chambermaid at tno Kin
ney House. 27S
TIMBEE FEAMEES Threo experi
enced timber frnmers wanted at the
Black Warrior. Warrior Coppcr.Co.
QIEL WANTED To do goncral house
work. 178 E. Oak. tf
Mountaineers Seek Strango Creature
There has just started from James
town, Va., nn expedition headed by
soveral veteran mountaineers, having
for its object the investigation of a
weird talc regarding a snake woman
who, it is alleged, frequents the wild
parts of the moonshino country. This
strango creature, who, several witness
es have declared, resembles a reptilo as
much as a woman, will be captured if it
is possible for the members of tho ex
pedition to catch a glimpse of, her. A
mountaineer on a visit to Jamestown
last week brought the first story of the
snako woman, and claimed to bo ono of
tho very few people who had actually
For years, he stated, tales of a wild
woman with tho skin of n snake, who
travelled upon tho ground liko a reptilo
and subsisted on living prey, have been
,told, but these talcs were generally re
garded as idle rumors. Stono Colby,
a grizzled mountaineer who visited tho
exposition, however, declares that tho
stories, instead of being exaggerated,
only tell half the truth about tho
strango woman. It was ho who made
the offer to lead the expedition to the
place where the woman lives.
According to Stone, the snako woman
is about 25 years, of age, and in pyhs
ical conformation and habits so closely
approaches the rcjtlilo species that she
might be regnrilcd as tho missing link
between it and tho human race. Stone
declares that she is more like a snako
than liko a woman. Ho has novcr seen
hor assume an erect position. Covered
with the scaly skin of a snako, and
shedding it regularly twice a year in
one piece the snake woman glides
among the trees and rocks in search
of small animals, mice, frogs, ground
squirrels and other forest and swamp
prey, which Stone hns seen her cat alive,
swallowing them like a reptile, without
mastication. Philadelphia Inquirer.
Swellcst goods In town. Ladies'
suits,- cloaks, silk dress and gowns,
waists, sklrt3, underwear, hosiery, milli
nery, switches, fancy goods, etc. Pco
plo's Cash Store, Dolph Baatz, propri
etor, Globe, Ariz.
Tho Grateful Parent
A New York man enjoys repeating 1
1 story he claims to have had from
one of tho life-guards at Atlantic City.
It npcars that not long ago a Phil
adelphia man nnd;his nino year old,
son wero at tlio end ol One of the piers
gazing over tho rail at the ocean when
suddenly the lad leaning over too far,
tumbled into tho water. Tho lifo-guards
woro just then at quite a distance from
H10 sceno of tho accident; bo another
man on the pier, without waiting to
divest himself of cither -coat or shoes,
plunged into' tho sen, and after buffet
ing with the waves for. somo timo suc
ceeded in getting tho half-drowned boy
to the beach, whither in the meantime
tho father had hdstoncd from the pier.
Tho parent took tho affair very cooly.
As tho self-appointed rescuer fot tho
dripping boy at his father's foot, tho
"Thnnk you; but what havo
dono with his hat?"
Maybo Ho Fishes for Cod
Bronson I havo strong doubts about
Jones being a gonuino fisherman.
Bronson Ho never refers to trout ns
"Why, boss," said tho darky, "ho
said ho dono owed mo dnt money so
long dnt do interest had et it all up,
an' he didn't owe' mo a cent." I
Q A r"TPI frillF
o ffibihii i mc-
811 IIJl 1111.
! Every young mnn who takes to
5 a careful, earnest thought for
J the present. He has assumed the responsibility of a fam-
$ ily and in the time to come he will have cause to be grate-
ful if he is the possessor of a home of his own.
sj We have several gobd bargains in real estate. Let us
! figure willi you.
I II...I -.-Lim-i I I ! I. .i.,,M I
The Madden Agency
Room 41 Trust Building
line. No on Inserted for less thnnvo cents. All
iiuvunuu. utouuui io ruKuiur uuvuruscrn.
WANTED Tho Globo National. Bank
wants you to have ono of their reg
istered key rings. Call nt once.
TIMBEEMEN Throe experienced tlm
borincn wan.ted at Ulack Warrior.
Warrior Copper Co. 270
OAIrPENTEBS Four experienced
house carpenters wanted at Black
Warrior; also ono who is qualified to
tako charge of small crew. Warrior
Copper Co. 270
WANTED Two or threo rooms fur
nished for housekeeping; man and
wifo; no children. Address P. J. P.,
FOB SALE Threo-room houso. Apply
Julo Maurel, box 221, or Comont
FOE SALE A ilno rcsldcnco in East
Globo. With or without furniture.
Half down, balance snuio as rent. Box
FOE SALE Cheap, ono windmill, tower
and pump, with 10-inch cylinder and
pipes, nil in first-class condition. Win.
Mill Williams, North Globo. 271tf'
FOB SALE A bunch of mutton and
lino stock goats. Inquire this office
FOB SALE Cheap; good kitchen and
bedroom furniture; houso for rent.
500 Dovercaux street. 279
Tho most up fo-dato studio in tho city.
View work of all kinds. We are always
ready. Call and see us.
162 PUSH STEEET
Drawbacks of Culturo
There is a certain matron of Chi
c"ago's smart set whoso devotion to mat
ters social precludes any excessive
amount of attention to her children.
It happened recently that she was
about to telephone for the second time
to her physician to como to her young
est, a girl of threo years, just then suf
fering- from some minor ailment, when
I0 ,,OB,or Ilimsc,f t - a '
"I'm so glad you'vo como at last,
Doctor," exclaimed the . matron. "I
don't know what on earth nils little
Mnrie. Tho French nurse left this
morning and there's not a soul in the
houso can understand what she says."
Forco of Habit
Mr. Easy Cheer up, Mr. Peck. If
wo must go down, let's go cheerfully,
Mr. Peck Hut, hang it all, Mr. Easy,
if I don't go home, my wifo will never
let me go fishing again, ncvcrl
Tlio Palmy Days
"What do you mean by the palmy
days of the draniat" asked the youth
"They we're the days," sighed the
aged tragedian, sadly, "when we had
plenty of dates."
' ' . Sudden 'Changes
Evelyn I hear 'that- 'Boggy Windy
called his now motor boat Tho Lobster.
-Yes; buti it isn't n lobster
George Because it turned turtle.
A thick head .generates a multitude
of thin ideas.
Opened in the Old
Will handle strictly first
class Beef, Veal,
All of our meats
come from the
cold storage of
J. A. Mclntyre
e-ci inii vnii ui iiii
iSIFIHI I YIIIII?
- - - - -.-ww.. e
himself a wife should have g
the future, as well as for 8
For the Summer Time
WWiW mi Him
Ice Cream Freezers
J. P. McNEIL
p Opposite Miner's Union Hall
DON'T WAIT FOE US TO TELL
YOU THE MANY BEASONS
WHY YOU SHOULD TEADE
The Independent Meat Company
Our meats are the choicest and
kep.t in the most up-to-date.cokl
storage plant in the Southwest.
Only the best.
Courteous treatment. Promptest of delivery.
Drop in and open an account
with us. Your credit is good.
g 384 North-Broad Street
DOMINION HOTEL --Finest Hoitlcry in the Southwest -80 Rooms
Modern Conveniences and the Best of Service
F. L. JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE: 174 S. Broad St.
Rntivo niamieac wnnlrl ha
..w., t,.v.U.gvi t,,wv. ,w
rented to a reliable tenant
Saturday, August 31, 1907
and Ice Chests
RESIDENCE: 346 S. Hill St.
Cold Meats for Hot Weather
Equipped with a thoroughly modern
TCfrigerating plant wo offer aU meats
thoroughly cooled, all animal heat
removed, all tho hcalthfulness, all
tho. juiciness and aU tho flavor re
tained. Pioneer Meat Market
"The Best Meats"
T,1 41, Ojlor TH Alwnvft nn to