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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Saturday, October 12
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ARIZONA SILVER BELT
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All kinds of machino politics nro bad
enough, but somo kinds aro consider
ably worse than others.
Wo aro again formally reminded that
tho tariff ought to bo rovised by its
friends some othor year.
Sonator Piatt says if his legs wore as
strong as his mind ho would get back
into politics. And wo can guess what
would happen to his legs.
"A model husband," says tho In
dianapolis Star, "is tho noblest work of
woman." There are times, though,
when her mother puts tho finishing
touches on it.
President lioosovclt says thero aro
only two battle tunes "Dixio" and
"Garry Owen." Still, most of us have
heard other tunes that made us feel
Secretary Root isn't occupying so
much valuable spaed in tho newspapors
as some others, but thero is reason to.
suspect that ho is having a gay and
From tho west comes tho report of a
large, fiery object "that rose to tho ze
nith and burst with a loud report."
It's a cinch that it was not tho Fair
A schoolteacher writes to say that
it is neither gracious nor courteous to
call her a schoolma'am. Her point
seems to bo well taken. Lot us try to
govern ourselves accordingly.
Either Mao C. Wood is a bold and
reckless forger or else Tom Piatt is a
very baso deceiver. Tho courts should
promptly decido which is which to re
lievo tho suspense and the headlines.
The late Roscoc Conkling called
George William Curtis a milksop, also
a man-milliner and a sipper of catnip
tea. It will bo seen, therefore, that tho
epithet may sometimes amount to a
Elinor Glyn says sho has comoovor
to sec our men and to revel in green
corn and buckwheat cakes. It's a
little late for green corn and a little
early for buckwheat cakes at their best,
but our men aro always in season.
France, Austria, Itnly and Russia can
no longer portion out tho heathen lands
as may serve their financial and trado
needs. Thoy must reckon with two new
powers and these with each othor.
Tho United States, with its Monroo
doctrine, lias kept hands off on this
side of tho world, and tho European
wolves have hnd to quarrel over their
victims to tho south and east, until.
finnlly thoy all in a pack caino upon
China. Thon Japan appeared on the
sceno nnd a .Monroo doctrine of tho
orient is in process.
Tho world is about mapped out. No
nation of tho big eight will permit any
othor nation to gain by war much more
than it has. Tho United Stntes and
Jnpan sedm to have gotten into tho
grab bag just boforo tho string was
pulled. All feel that any future war
which should mean a considerable ac
quisition of territory would result in a
perfect cataclysm of destruction, involv
ing them all.
Tho enmo now and for many years
will bo in tho field of commerce. It will
bo a diplomatic play for predominance
of influenco that includes n trade con
tract. But back of all will bo tho mon
ster ships and big-mouthed guns to em
phasize argument nnd frown down in
terference. It will all bo dono peace
ably nnd along tho pencoful lines of
tho man who, proparcd to fight, works
his bluff to the finish.
Rut woo betido tho trado of tho na
tion that daro not cnll tho bluff. It
must bo satisfied to swap jackknives
with itself or lcavo its wealth to ex
ploitation by foreign capital.
If tho United States would havo its
sharo of tho world's trade, and this it
must havo; if it would not find tho door
of this great and that small nation
shut in its fnco; if it would havo an
cqu.il chauco in China, in North nnd
South Africa and oven in South Amer
ica, it must carry tho "big stick" as
if ready to uso it whilo speaking softly
and with tho winning smilo of a Taft.
It needs a navy on its eastern const
so great that no European power would
venture to interfere if it had trouble
on the Pacific, and it needs such n navy
in the west that Japan would not budge
if it hnd a problem to solvo on the
Atlantic. It also needs tho Panama
canal for quick action. No other coun
try has more at stake, and n.) other
country fronts two oceans with five
thousand miles of land between. '
SUIT AND OLOAK HOUSE
Ladies', children's and Infants'
roady.to-wcar clothes. Millinery, fancy
goods, ctc .Peoplo's Cash Store, Dolph
Baatz, Prop., 686 N. Broad street,
Storngo room phono 001.
Josio Martinez, a pioneer, and one
of tho oldest women in Arizona, is dead
in Mesa at the age of 95.
Architects have submitted plans for
a $Jj,U0U school hotiso at Yuma.
JOE ARTHUR ISN'T A
Joo Arthur, in custody of Deputy
Sheriff Voris, will bo brought back to
Globo today to nnswor a charge of cm
bezziomont. Gnmbling led to his downfall.
Whisky prompted his flight.
Joo Arthur isn't n criminal in tho
way that criminals nro measured by
any means. He's a big-honrted, whole
soulcd follow, and until about a' week
ago wns one of tho most popular bar
bors in Globo.
He's moro than that, howevor.
Ho is tho husband of a loving, con
fiding, trusting, faithful wife and the
fnthor of Uo little girls, beautiful in
tho purity of their innocence; and with
their goldon curls sweeping their little
shouldors liko rays of crystal Riinshlno,
they draw from tho heart admiration
that is only showered on tho angelic.
Last Monday night these littlo tots
stood with their anxious mother at tho
door waiting and watching tho roturn
of pnpn. Lator, with tear bedinuned
oyes, thoy woro carefully tucked away
in n tiny bed by a mother who contin
ued the vigil far into tho night, nnd
then by tho exhnustion of anxiety fell
to restless sleep as gray dawn streaked
tho custom skies.
Imngino tho real awakening ns the
mothor arose witli swollon eyes and
heavy head and stood by tho trundle
bod, gazing into tho faces of hor treas
ured ones, oblivious to tho fact that
thoir papa had boon
Branded a criminal
A fugitive from justice.
Joo Arthur isn't a criminal. Let us
repeat that. No man with n homo, a
wife and children such ns ho possesses
can havo a black heart. Incapacitated
deranged by strong drink, ho gam
bled nway monoy that was intrusted
to his keeping. Ho didn't intend to
steal it; but when it wns gono and
sobriety was restored, ho realized his
predicament his guilt. Tho pangs of
conscionco made a coward of him, and
Thero nro a dozen business mon on
Brond strcot who would havo mado
good tho shortago had Arthur rovcalcd
his condition. Tho real criminal can
brazenly unfold his wrongdoings. But
whon n man isn't a criminal it takes
courago to mako a confession. And
Not crime, wns tho undoing of Joe
Arthur, and it wns for n lack of courage
that ho brought disgrace to himself,
shnmo to his wife and tears to moisten
tho cheeks of lisping babyhood.
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WANTED Good, cloan cotton rags at
WANTED A competent waitross at
tho Dominion hotel.
WANTED Tho Globo National Bank
wants you to havo ono of thoir reg
istered key rings. Call at onco.
WANTED Boy to deliver papers at
this office ouo hour daily excopt Mon
day. Call 0 p. m. tf
WANTED One largo room. .State
prico and location. F. Ash.
NO FOOTBALL FOE JOHN L.
Says Ho'd Bather Tako His Chance in
Several million wild ducks are float
ing arounu on Salton sea awaiting
However, the clergymen who are go
ing to be required to pay full faros on
,tho railroads will no longer be sacri
ficing their dignity or that of their
cloth in part payment. This consolation
will help to offset tho difference.
Numerous, indeed, aro tho motives
which havo led, and still lead, men
to resort to expletives, says Professor
Lounsbury in his latest paper on words
and their uses. Quito true. Why
couldn't tho professor havo expatiated
on their comparative merits for differ
Capt. U. S. Smith of Yuma, reported
dead in San Francisco, has addressed
a letter to his homo papers thanking
them for tho beautiful eulogies.
Frank La Mont of Phoenix has op
ened a poultry store in Tempe, which
gives that town full representation in
all lines of trade.
Jerome district mining companies arc
vicing with each other in tho matter
of development work.
Mrs. Sophia Harvard of Phoenix fell
down a flight of twenty-ono stairs and
recoived injuries which may prove fatal.
Would it be safer for railway trav
elers to avoid tho smoking cars! Ap
parently, judging from tho fate that
has overtaken these cars in a largo
number of tho most fatal railroad acci
dents of late. They and thoir passen
gers havo fared worst of all. It is
good opinion that this cause of em
barrassment to smokers might bo re
moved, or at least diminished, if tho
smoking cars on many trains wcro less
dilapidated. They aro a rickety lot,
as a rule, and detract much from the
joy of a smoke.
WORLD'S GAME OF BLUFF
Thero is a growing conviction that as
tho United States faces Europe with a
navy the equal of any power except
England, it must faco tho Oriont with
a navy tho equal of any nation in tho
cast. In that way safety lies and peace,
Nations havo formerly fought for ro-
ligion. Tho lino of conflict was that
which separated Christianity from
heathendom. They havo always fought
for mere land, lust and loot. But in
theso days commerce is tho only monaco
to tho world's peace. It is not unliko
tho strugglo of dogs over a bono or of
a pack of wolves over their victim,
mostly growl, but with plenty of fight
ing blood back of it.
To tho dominating grent powers re
cent years have added tho United States
Japan. England, Germany,
Boys under 18 years of ago aro pro
hibited from playing pool or billiards
by nn ordinanco recently passed in
A. R. Gattcn has succeeded L. II.
Landis as general agent for tho Mnr
icopa & Phoenix at Phoenix. Gattcn
was formerly ticket agent in the S. P.
John L. Sullivan has the following to
say about football:
"Somo rah rah boys prQtty good
sports at that who were on tho way
cast to resume spending pa's coin in
college, mot up with mo on n train,
and after trying to got mo to smoko a
cigarette nnd not pulling tho trick off,
they began to arguo that I had foot
ball sized up wrong. They'd read some
where thnt-J was opposed to football.
" 'I'm not opposed to anything,'
says I, 'as long ns it's on the level, but
what I don't fall for is why n long
haired came of football is O. K.'d by
tho deacons, whilo a short-haired game
lke boxing starts tho deacons praying.
They're both slugging games, only in
boxing there's no foul hitting, while in
football kicking in tho clinches nnd
every other old thing is allowed. What's
"Tho rah rah boys didn't havo any
answer excopt to say that what the
game of football required was men
like mo to train players so that slug
ging nnd kicking would bo dono ac
cording to some kind of rules.
" 'Not on your life. I won't mix up
in football business,' I told them. 'It's
too rough. I'm willing to fight liko a
white man, but when you try to pull
mo into a riot where everything from
gouging to breaking backs goes, you
can bet your life I'd rathor tako my
chance in a railroad accident or in
something where there's a look-in.'
"That wns good cnoufh to hold them
until tho train got to Chicago."
WANTED A competent girl for gen
eral housowork. Apply to Mrs. R. B.
FOE BENT Large insido and outside
offices for rent in Trust building. Call
at Tho II. II. Bru Co.'s brokerage
offico for particulars.
FURNISHED BOOMS FOE BENT
Mrs. J. Harvoy Harris, opposito the
schoolhouso on old Bullgrouud. ti
FURNISHED rooms for rent at No. 179
South Pino strcot, in rear of Dom'w,
FOE BENT Ten-room house; lavatory
in every room; just completed. In
quire of J. Mnurcl, box 221.
FOE BENT Two nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. 357 S.
FOE BENT Desirable furnished room.
Mrs. L. G. Coombs, Bailground.
FOE RENT Thrco furnished rooms for
light housekeeping and eight rooms
for rent. 1S5 Mcsquitc street.
FOE RENT Unfurnished two-room
house. Inquire American Cleaning
& Dyeing works.
FOE BENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping or bedrooms. 5CG Ash
street, opposite Mormon church.
FUBNISHED front room for rent. Ap
ply nt 105 North High street.
FOE BENT Four room cottago on Pas
coo Hill. Inquire at Salvation Array.
FOE BENT Two-room cabin suitable
for batching. Address 325 South Hill
FOE RENT Room In tho Postofflce
building. Apply at Silver Belt offico.
FOR RENT Thrco-room houso with
water. Inquiro of George I. Schmid,
on Blako street.
FOE SALE Household furnituro must
be sold Friday and Saturday, 530
South Hill strcot, Shanloy's property.
FOE SALE 2500 shares Pinto Creek
Mining nnd Smelting Co. stock. Ad
dress Box 171, Savannah, Missouri.
FOE SALE Furniture and sewing ma
chine. Inquirg at No. 517 S. Hill
FOE SALE Threo-rcom house. Apply
Julo Mnurel, box 221, or Cement
FOE SALE Cement block machine.
For particulars address W. II., Box
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND Degree of Honor pin at tho
LOST Between Mountain View hotel
and postoffico, cnvclopo containing
four stamp photos. Leave at this
LOST Black cocker Spaniel, bob
tailed, answers to tho name of Carl.
Return to Mandolin Club and receive
LOST A hair watch chain. .Liberal
reward for return to this office.
TO EXCHANGE Mining stock for real
cstato or horses. Room 23, Trust
Tho Law and tho Saloon
Tho great body of citizens who op
poso prohibition favor such strict con
trol of tho traffic as will drlvo criminals
Good grocers like Schilling's Best,
for it makes good-will and not trouble;
in case of complaint the money is ready.
Your crocer returns your monov if
out of it, compel a closer regard of tho you don't liko Schilling's best; we pay
laws protecting miners nnd females, and him,
mako n drinking saloon a drinking sa
loon only, nnd not a loafing place, con
cert ball, gambling den or place of as
signation. It is impossible to draw any
lines between Germans and Americans,
You never havo any trouble to got
children to take Kennedy's Laxative
Cough Syrup. Thoy liko it because it
tastes nearly liko maplo sugar. Ken
nedy's Laxativo Cough Syrup is a safe.
suro and prompt remedy for coughs and
colds nnd is good for every momber of
tho family. Sold by Hanna's Drug
Tho United States grand jury mot in
special session at Phoenix on Thursday.
Tony Banque wns struck by a huge
bouldor whilo working in a Tombstone
mino and instantly killed. Deceased
was 26 and a member of tho I. O. O. F.
W. W. Armstrong of Jolict has been
secured for chiof of the Douglas fire
Tho ordinanco has been passed and
open pokor playing in Douglas is at
After 15 years absence, M. P. Grady,
veteran prospector, is in Tucson to
look after his properties.
Tho Fords havo bought tho Barbecue
stand and do all kinds of cooking to
tako homo. Nico meat barbecued every
day. Mako a specialty of club and
party lunches. Wo nro just two blocks
west of tho Silver Bolt office. tf
Van Wagenon makes a specialty of
tinting. Satisfaction our motto.
Obstinato cases of constipation and
nasty, mean headaches promptly dis
appear whon you take DoWitt's Liltlo
Early Riser Pills. Sold by Hanna's
James II. Castleman, an old-timo rcs
ident, is dead in Holbrook.
Tucson high school boys nro trying
to arrango n football gamo with the
team of tho University of Chicngo,
which will visit the west next month.
J. P. McNally'of Tucson has brought
suit against Fritz Pistor for $10,000
dnmages, alleged to havo been sus
tained by fnlso imprisonment. Ho was
arrested and confined in jail six hours
charged with stealing n barber chair.
Tho now Holdel hotel at Tucson, a
3-story brick structuro is nearing com
Tho firm of Ross & Kimbrough linn
this day been dissolved by mutual con
sent, A. H. Kimbrough retiring A. J.
Ross continues tho business, nssuming
all indebtedness and collecting all mon
eys duo tho firm.
A. J. ROSS,
A. II. KIMBROUGn.
Globo, Ariz., October 4, 1907.
I am tho mnn who will, without extra
chargo, go anywhero in tho city to take
an acknowledgment, day or night, rain
or shino; also draw up deeds, rolcascs,
mortgages and wills nt small cost; bug
gy always ready in front of Brown's
store Phono 441. L. H. Brown, the
notary public. tf
Tho regular annual meeting of the
board of directors of tho Pinto Copper
Mining company will bo hold at tho of
fico of tho company in Globe, Ariz., on
Monday, November 4, 1907, at 8 p. m.
111NSON THOMAS, Secrotary.
or between German-Americans nnd any
other sort of Americans, on theso points.
Decent citizens, native nnd foroign
born, aro getting together for such n
regulation ns will mako the liquor traf
fic as littlo offensive here as it is in
Germany. Thousands of intclligerit
German-Americans, who can see that in
the present temper of tho country the
liquof traffic must cither bo meuded or
ended, aro going to mako themselves a
part of a movement which will free
the traffic of evils nnd danger, and give
it n better standing, ns a means of put
ting an end to tho eternal threat of
universal prohibition, either by statute
or tho uso of tho taxing power. This
movement may not suit tho purposes
or interests of saloon politicians, who
havo long used the fear of prohibition
as a menas to servo their ends. But it
is coming. It is here now." St. Louis
This is tho spirit of tho anti-prohibition
press generally of the west and
south. It is the recognition of tho pro
hibition wavo that is passing over tho
country and thnt is growing in volumo
and density. In Georgia it lias already
destroyed important industries by mak
ing tho manufacture as well ns the salo
of spirituous or malt liquors unlawful.
In Mississippi, Alabama nnd tho Caro-
linas tho licensed saloon has been driv
en out of all but a few counties, nnd
in Tennessee it is confined almost ex
clusively to tho larger cities. In Ken
tucky only n few counties remain
"wet," nnd tho great liquor distilling
and brewery interests aro seriously
threatened by a stato prohibition stat
ute that would wipo them out of cxr
Tho Louisvillo Courier-Journnl, in
lengthy, double-leaded editorials, is
dealing with tho situation ns something
serious nnd is nppcaling io the liquor
interests in their own interest nnd bo
half to tako tho only reasonable and
proper course to Htcm tho tido of pro
hibition. As between the widcopon
town and the hcrmoticnlly sealed town
tho Couricr-Journalu has no hesitation
in saying thnt it would prefor tho latter,,
though it desires noithcr. It would
ratlior havo regulation, respect for per
sonal rights nnd such mutual conces
sions as would bo for tho best interest
It is a condition, not a theory, thnt
confronts tho liquor dealers, and tho
wiso among them rccognizo it. Tho
dive, the disorderly and tho lawbrcak-
ing saloons must go, and tho Liquor
Dealors' association must do its part
in aiding to weed thorn out. Louisvillo
Satisfaction our inntto. We hnvr
the best equipped paint torp in the
city. Van Wngiwn, next door to the
postofllre. Give us a call.
ORDINANCE NUMBER THIRTY-TWO
An Ordinance Relating to Fire Limits.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and
i Common Council of the City of Globe:
It shall bo unlawful for any person
to maintain within the said fire limits
nny tent or canvas covered building, or
other structuro with canvas or cloth
roof or lining, or any stovo pipes run
ning through any side or roof opening
in any building; nor shall any person
build or erect nny building or addition
to nny building within said fire limits,
of any ninterial other than brick, stone,
cement, or other non-combustible material.
Provided, however, that tho City
Council may, in its discretion, grant
permits for buildings of material other
than as abovo described, within that
part of the said firo limits described as
follows: All of tho fire limits cast of
tho first alley east of and parallel with
Broad Street, and all west of tho first
alley west of Broad Street, also in
Blocks 82, 00 nnd tho cast half of
Ordinanco Number Twenty-fivo is
Passed and approved this third day
of October, 1907.
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: F. J. ELLIOTT, Clerk.
Edmund T. Satchell
Assayer and Chemist
141 BROAD STREET P. O. Box 867
MIAMI FLAT, ARIZ.
Solicits your patronage and guarantees
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc.
Glvo this popular placo a call
DoWitt's Carbolizcd Witch Hazel
Salvo is good for littlo burns and big
burns, small scratches or bruises and
big ones. It is healing nnd Boothing.
Good for piles. Sold by Hanna's Drug
I havo this day sold tho St. Louis
saloon to Olo Smith and will not bo res
ponsible for nny debts contracted by
said establishment after this dato or
for any previous debts.
W. M. MAHER.
October 7, 1907.
Trade al tho now Independent Market
in'tho Sutor Building. Not in tho trust.
tf ""' "
Crawford shoes for men at Ingram's.
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Cold Meats for Hot Weather
Equipped with a thoroughly modern
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thoroughly cooled, all animal heat
removed, all tho healthfulness, all
tho Juiciness and all tho flavor re
tained. Pioneer Meat Market
"The Best Meats"
The prescription the doctor writes
for you is yours. It makes no
difference what druggist's name
is on it; you can have it filled
wherever you desire.
If you have no preference, bring
it to us. Our service is as near
perfect as skill, care and fresh,
pure drugs can make it. We are
quite sure you'll like our service
and charges so well that you'll
have a preference hereafter.
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H. Jevne's Delicatessen
Fancy Groceries Our Specialty. Imported and
MOREHEAD & LUNN
Just Arrived from Belfast, Irela
Beautiful Assortment of Hand Woven Table Lid
with Napkins to Match. Prices for Sets
$10.00 to $35.00
Fino Assortment of Gago Hats, tho Latest Creations from Pi&
We now have a first-class and up-to-dato trimmer.
Dress Making Department
With an experienced lady in charge. A magnificent assortment of Id
ifel things from tho East, for your inspection.
OUR GRAND FALL OPENING WILL TAKE PLACE MONDAY i
Old Dominion Commercial
25 per cent
On all the Chains, Lockets, Purses and Fount
ain Pens which are displayed in our window.
The goods displayed is the jewelry "whicb
was stolen from our store, and, expecting it to
be held as evidence, we had ordered netf
stock, so must dispose of these goods to make
Take advantage of this chance
of getting more than
your money's worth.
Globe Jewelry Co.
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