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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Tuesday, October 15, IS07
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning except Monday.
Admitted to tho mails as second class
JOS. II. HAMILL, Proprietor
Member of tho Associated Press
Daily, by mail, one year $7.50
Daily, by carrier, ono month.... . .75
Wcokly, ono yoar 2.50
Weekly, six months 1.25
Cash in advance
Subscribers pleaso notify this office
in caso of non-delivery of tho daily,
Advertising rates made known on application.
U N IQmABE L
It is neither polito nor popular to
refer to Tom Johnson aud John Johnson
as a pair of "J's."
A good woman is a beautiful thing
in the eyes of the average man, but ho
likes her better if she is fascinating.
Consistency is ono of tho jewels sup
posed to bo in tho cup at tho foot of
tho rainbow, for no" ono has ever worn
Ho stometimes laughs best when he
thinks ho is laughing last, and in that
caso ho's a laugh ahead whatever hap
The mikado doubtless at onco ob
served that thoso cheering and peacoful
words fell from the lips of an American
of great weight.
Forty-two people were killed in a re
cent railroad wreck near Seoul. Even
travel abroad is getting to bo fore or
Of all sad things, beyond compare, tho
saddest of all is a Teddy bear particu
larly if ho happens to resido in a Louisi
ana junglo just now.
A Florida man has been arrested and
thrown in jail for writing pootry. Now
that is something in tho nnturo of a
reform worth considering.
Thata Tennessee man who married a
Miss Dollar dougtless nover would have
dono it had ho realized tho amount of
nowspapcr talk it would arouse.
So George Washington was a tax
dodger, eht Well, as a matter of fact,
wasn't it a sort of tax dodging that
brought on tho Revolutionary war,
Every collego in tho country is full
to overflowing. It is a littlo too early
in the collego year for students to
match up with their alma-mater.
It costs inoro to bring up a girl than
it docs to raise a boy, but look what
you have to show for tho greater ex
pense, tho Attest thing on earth a woman.
.Any young woman who thinks she is
good enough for any old woman's son,
can get her mistako corrected if alio can
extract tho mothor's real opinion in tho
General Uribo-Uribo is visiting in
NersTOork. Tho general should bo very
careful in that town and not permit
anyone to separate him from his good
Jf it wcro not for tho old "construct
ive recess" business, tho president
might accept another term and claim
that ho was only finishing up his sec
Tho motto of tho beef trust is "Ex
celsior," so a writer informs an anx
ious public. And, you know, tho stuff
was used .almost exclusively for pack
ing until breakfast foods wcro invented.
can doubt. But only Mexico is Hb own
master; in tho last resort England
speaks for Canada.
So, whilo tho sincoro friendship of
both is most important, Mexico is in
position to return tho greater value,
especially in world affairs. In that
country thoro is now invested nearly a
billion dollars of American capital. Its
railroads connect with ours in u con
tinuous line. Theso are eloso matorinl
Acting togcthor, peaco in tho Central
American countries can bo mado per
manent and theso can bo developed un
der assured governments. Capital will
bo safo in its investments thoro and
tho inland transportation extended from
Mexico to Panama canal zone without
More than this, with cordial relations
and a thorough understanding between
this country and Mexico, tho effect will
oxtend to South America, aiding in that
policy of tho United Amoricans which
secerns to bo tho koystono in Secretary
Root's policy. Ho has dono moro than
all his predecessors to this ond, and ho
could do nothing of greater benefit to
Tho United Stntes has all tho terri
tory it wants; possibly more. But it is
moro common sonso which points tho
wisdom of a close union, with fnir trade
rolations and a dofinito policy of "hang
togthor" botweon all thoso political di
visions which make up North and South
It is common senso to first have peaco
and enduring friendship with your
neighbors and to first win their trade
and support boforo looking boyond thorn
into tempting but moro forbidden fiolds.
Tho closer home trade is tho moro it is
worth, and tho United States has not
boon ovorwiso in waiting so long to se
riously cultivate its noighbors.
McCarthy & Doylo
At tho Aloxnndor two days more. See
SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE
Ladies', children's and Infants'
roady-to-woar clothes. Millinery, fancy
goods, etc. .People's Cash Storo, Dolph
Baatz, Prop., 686 N. Broad street,
Stop at Sam Eco's today; ask about
Tho ice plant at Yuma has been com
pleted and is now in operation.
Yuma has appropriated $5,000, which
will bo used in grading and macadamiz
ing tho business thoroughfares in that
During tho past fivo years Douglas
has expended $100,000 in Constructing
new schoolhouses, and still the school
buildings aro in a congested condition.
Yuma's schools aro so badly crowded
that tents have been pitched to accom
modate tho overflow.
President Kimball of Thatcher con
ducted enthusiastic Mormon services at
Douglas on Sunday.
Engineer A. C. Sieboth has completed
new and complete plans for tho steel
bridgo across tho Gila river at Florence
and they have been forwarded to the
Board of Control. Tho new plans dp
not increase tho cost of the structure
but make it very substantial and it will
stand against any flood.
The ground has been broken for tho
now Y. M. C. A. building nt Phoenix.
Tho United Verde mine at Jerome hns
cut production 50 per cent.
Eighty-two prisoners aro confined in
tho Pima county jail.
NEW MEXICO LAND CASES
Tucson has her rock pile in full oper
ation and hobos aro giving tho ancient
city tho go-by.
A Mexican and his wife at Tucson
aro charged with breaking tho neck of
their 15-day-old infant
"Tho American lobster crop is gradu
ally failing," says a market item. Per
haps not; tho moro fact that Harry
Thaw is in jail; Jimmio Hydo in Franco
and Harry Lohr abroad docs not conclu
sively provo it.
Following tho riding test for tho
army, every officer of tho navy below
tho rank of rear admiral is to undergo
a swimming test. Ho is to divo from
shoro and swim to his vessel. Those
who are thoughtful enough to have thoir
ships anchored closo in and to Avcnr life
preservers may escape drowning and bo
continued in their commands. In tho
mcanwhilo tho arm yand navy aro
checking up on now swear words used
singly and in combination.
MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES
Rival competitors in trado who lot
thoir business relations got on thoir
nerves take a wrong view of lifo and
tho riddlo of existence takes on added
complexities. This is equally true of
nations as of individuals and in both
cases is most important as to noighbors.
Tho United Stntes has Canada on tho
north and Moxico on tho south, both
with wonderful resources in natural
wealth and of great potential strength.
That they aro destined to bo among tho
equals of tho prcsont great powers few
Gwynno & Co.. Bisbco drucreists. have
made an assienmont to Dr. E. W. Baum.
Liabilities $3,010.10. Western Drug
Va., Los Angeles, is tho chief creditor.
An offort is being mado by creditors
to force Duoy & Overlook into bankruptcy.
Cochiso county supervisors havo con
tracted for widening and lighting tho
Naco road at tho beer gardens, just
outsido tho city limits of Bisbcc, pre
sumably in tho interest of a largo num
ber of taxpayers.
Tho now schoolhouso at Kelvin has
been destroyed by fire.
Phoenix wants paved streots.
Tucson consumes 3700 loaves of bak
ers' bread daily.
Salt River valloy farmers arc import
ing goats from Switzerland.
Tucson's taxable property is assesed
Tho biggest show yet, Wednesday, Oc
tober 10, at tho Aloxandcr. Now neo-
plo, now pictures, now songs.
van wagonon, next door to the post
ofllco, docs a general painting and pa
'per hanging business. All work guaranteed.
Seo Axtcll for repairs. Globo Job
McCarthv and TJovln
Will show in Globo but twodays yet.
Get your tickets early nt Hanna's druir
As tho startling now cvidenco un
earthed by special land agents of the
department of justice, suit has been
filed in tho second judicial district court
of Albuquorquo by tho United States
against tho Pennsylvania Development
compnny, tho Now Moxico Fuol k Iron
company aud "V. S. Hopowell ns terri
torial ugont of the corporations, to can
col tho deeds to nonrly 10,000 acres of
valuablo timber land in Valencia coun
ty, secured by tho dofondauts in 1001.
Ormsby McIIarg and E. Peyton Gor
don, special assistants to the attorney
genornl of the United States, npponr
for tho plaintiff.
It is alleged by tho government that
tho lands in question wero secured by
tho defendants from tho board of public
lands of tho torritory by fraudulent
means, aud that tho territorial ofliciuls
and tho defendants wcro both aware
that tho transaction was mado in viola
tion of the provisions of tho act of
congress granting public lnnds to the
torritory, and providing for tho salo of
such public lands for the benefit of ter
It is asked that the defendants bo
enjoined from furthor cutting timber
off tho lands, and that thoy bo com
pelled to roimburso tho territory for
tho value of timbor already taken from
Judgo Ira A. Abbott has issued an
order directing the .dofondauts to ap
pear in court and show cnuso why an
injunction should not issuo restraining
them from longer laying claim to the
promises or cutting timber off tho land.
It is alleged thnt W. S. Hopowell as
agent of AVillinm II. Andrdws, presi
dent of tho Snntn Fo Central Railway
company, and tho two companies, ne
gotiated tho purchaso of tho lands for
tho defendants. Knowing that only a
quarter section of the lands could be
sold to ono person, tho defendants en
tered into negotiations with tho torri
torial board of public lands for tho pur
chase of 10,000 acres of vnlnnblo timbor
lands in Valencia county. Tho public
land board at that time consisted of
Governor Otoro, Solicitor General Bart
lott and Commissioner of .Public Lands
Keen. Three dollars an aero was of
fered for tho lands.
Tho application was mado by William
11. Androws by his agent, W. S. Hope
well. It is alleged that whilo this ap
plication purported to bo for Androws,
it was made in tho interest of tho Penn
sylvania Development company. A meet
ing of tho land board was held to con
sider tho application, and tho applicant
was notified that tho land could not be
sold oxcept in tracts of 160 acres.
However, this did not deter tho ap
plicants, for it is alleged that thoy then
ontorcd into a delibcrato schemo to
defraud and to evade the provisions of
tho law by going among tho stockhold
ers of tho Pennsylvania Development
company and tho Santa Fo Central
Railway company, and the friends, rela
tives and families of tho ofilcors of the
company, and persuaded forty-nino per
sons to sign applications for 160 acres
each, and that theso applicants were
then asked to deed over tho land to tho
corporation, which thoy did. It is al
leged that the commissioner and the
board had full knowlcdgo when tho ap
plications wore mado that tho individ
ual applicants would turn over tho Innd
to the Pennsylvania Development com
pany, and thnt tfio board was aware
that tho schemo was fraudulent and
plnnncd to avoid the provisions of the
The government declares that money
and promissory notes were paid over for
tho lands, not by tho individual appli
cants, but by tho Pennsylvania Dcvel
opmont company and W. S. Hopewell as
No contract in writing was executed
and no record for salo of tho lands to
tho defendants was ever mado on the
books of tho land board.
All payments, on the contrary, were
credited to tho forty-nino applicants,
nono of whom paid any money. The
defendants knew when they wcro pay
ing $3 an aero for tho land in ques
tion that it was covered with Valuable
matured pino forests, worth as much as
$100,000 and upwards.
Tho plaintiff asfis that tho deeds to
tho development company and also to
tho forty-nino applicants bo canceled;
that tho defendants bo mado to give an
accounting of all timber cut, and be
made to pay all tho profits and benefits
accruing from tho lands.
Tliis suit is tho second to be filed
within a few weeks, tho first being
against tho American Lumber company,
tho Rio Grande Lumber company and
Clark M. Carr, and involving 50,000
acres of valuable timber lands, alleged
to havo been acquired in a liko manner,
and in which the government seeks to
cancel tho deeds on the grounds of
fraud and conspiracy.
Tho filing of this second suit
strengthens the belief that at tho recont
conferences had in Washington between
tho president, Attorney Gcnoral Bona
parto and E. Payton Gordon, assistant
to tho attornoy general, that instruc
tions wero given to continue with rc
nowed vigor tho lnnd frauds investiga
tion, which was begun in New .Mexico
early in tho spring.
Moro sensational developments are
oxpected soon, as it is rumored that
complaints will bo filed charging certain
mon of prominonco with perjury in
connection with tho frauds alleged to
havo been committed. Agents aro now
collecting cvidenco with this ond in
viow, it is believed, which will spin a
wob around certain corporation heads
that they will not bo able to throw off
connections with tho alleged frauds.
Make Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under this head 10 cents per line tnc first Insertion nnd 6 cents per lino each
subsequent insertion. 11 v tnc month. 81.00 ocr line. No ml Inserted' or less tli in uo cents. All
ads under this head must De paid for in aavanco. Discount to regular advertisers.
WANTED Good, clean cotton rags at
WANTED A corapotent "waitress at
tho Dominion hotel.
WANTED At the Miners boarding a
WANTED The Globo National Bank
wants you to havo ono of thoir reg
istered key rings. Call at once.
WANTED Boy to deliver papers at
this ofllco one hour daily except Mon
dny. Call C -p. m. tf
WANTED One large room. .State
prico and location. F. Ash.
WANTED TO RENT An assay outfit.
Address E. E. VerruCJ his. office.
WANTED A competent girl for gen
eral housework. Apply to Mrs. R. B.
FOR RENT Largo lnsido and outside
offices for rent in Trust building. Call
at Tho II. II. Bru Cp.'s brokerage
office for particulars.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Mrs. J. Harvey Harris, opposite the
schoolhouso on old Ballground. tf
FURNISHED rooms for rent at No. 179
South Pino street, in rear of Domin
FOR RENT Ten-room house; lavatory
in overy room; just cpmplotcd. In
quiro of J. Maurel, box 221.
FOR RENT Desirablo furnished room.
Mrs. L. G. Coombs, Ballground.
FOR RENT Swoll furnished ro .ms and
bath, light houso keeping. 139 S.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping or bedrooms. 500 Ash
streot, opposito Mormon church.
FOB. RENT Room in the Postofflce
building. Apply nt Silver Belt office.
NICELY furnished room to rent 148
Mosquito street, ono block back from
FOR RENT Thrco-roora houso with
water. Inquiro of George I. Schmid,
on Blnko street.
FOR SALE Smith & Barnes piano; call
at tho Raby restaurant.
FOR SALE Remington typewriter No
0. Miss Allen, next Arizona Laundry.
FOR SALE 2500 shares Pinto Crock
Mining and Smelting Co. stock. Ad
dress Box 171, Savannah, Missouri.
FOR SALE Three-room Iiouec. Apply
Julo Maurel, box 221, or Cement
FOR SALE Cement block machine.
For particulars address W. II., Box
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND Degree of Honor pin at the
FOR RENT Furnished room with bath,
$10 per month. 277 North High St.
LOST Black cocker Spaniel, bob
tailed, answers to tho name of Carl.
Return to Mandolin Club and receive
LOST A hair watch chain. .Liberal
roward for return to this office.
FOR RENT Four room cottage on Pas
coo Hill. Inquire at Salvation Army.
TO EXCHANGE Mining stock for real
1 estato or horses. Room 23, Trust
Trained Dogs at tho Iris
Ono of the best trained dog acts in
vaudovillo is shown in a moving pic
turo nt the Iris this week.
Storage room phono 601.
Baking powder at Sam Keo's; five
pound can for $1.50. Guaranteed satisfactory.
Satisfaction our motto. We havo
tho best equipped paint storo in tho
city. Van Wagonon, next door to the
postofflce. Give us a call.
Cool Candy ,
Chocolates kept cool and fresh in
tho hottest wcathor ,at Van Wagcnens
Post Offico Storo. Call and bo convinced.
Overshirts and men's gloves. Sam
Ask the Globe Hardware company for
prices on stoves.
Storage room phone G01.
Tho Fords havo bought tho Barbecue
stand and do all kinds of cooking to
tako home. Nice meat barbecued every
day. Mako a specialty of club and
party lunches. Wo aro just two blocks
west of tho Silver Belt office. tf
Globo Jobbing Shop. Fred R. Axtell,
proprietor, 3G9 Dovcrcaux, two blocks
cast of Dreamland.
Obstinate cases of constipation and
nasty, mean headaches promptly dis
appear when you take DoWitt's Littlo
Early Riser Pills. Sold by Hanna's
Window screens? ' See Axtell.
The biggest show yet, Wednesday, Oc
tober 1G, at the Alexander. New peo
ple, now pictures, new' songs.
Don't worry, x Globo Jobbing Shop
The regular Annual Meeting of tho
stockholders of tho UNION COPPER
COMPANY will bo held October 22nd,
1907, in tho offico of F. L. Toombs,
Globe, Arizona, at 10 a. m. In addition
to the regular business, the proposition
of amending tho Articles of Incorpora
tion to increase the capitalization to
$3,000,000.00 will bo considered.
II. F. CAMPBELL,
Crawford shoes for men at Ingram's.
Barrett's drug storo has that Libby
cut glass for theso fall wedding presents.
The dealing is simple.
If you don't like Schil
ling's Best, it costs you
Your srocer return jour money If you don't
lll-eji: we pay him
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.
Give this popular place a call
Thomas AEdison, tho great Amer
ican inventor, says; "Fuly eighty per
cent of hevillncss of mankind comes
Tho Blacksmith's Daughter
A complete drama in moving pictures
nt tho Iris.
I am tho man who will, without extra
charge, go nnywhero in tho city to take
an acknowledgment, day or night, rain
or shine; also draw up deeds, releases,
mortgages and wills at small cost; bug
gy always ready in front of Brown's
storo. Phono 441. L. H. Brown, tho
notary public. tf
Tho regular annunl mooting of the
board of directors of tho Pinto Copper
Mining company will bo hold nt tho of
fico of tho company in Globo, Ariz., on
Monday, Novombcr 4, 1907, nt 8 p. m.
HINSON THOMAS, Secretary.
from eating impropor food or too much
food; people Wo inclined to ovcr-in-dulgo
themsolvoe." This is whoro in
digestion finds us beginning in nearly
every case. Thj stomach can do just
so much workand no more, and when
you ovcrloadit, or when you cat tho
wrong kind jif food, tho digestive or
gans cannot possibly do tho work de
manded of tilcm. It is at such times
that tho, sto'tnach needs help; it de
mands hoi p, (and warns you by head
aches, bolchug, &our stomach, nausea
and indigestion. You should attend to
this at onco b taking something that
will actually d6)tho work foriho stoirf
ach. Kodol willoJthKlf is a com
bination of naturaPdigcstants and veg
otablo acids and contains tho same
juices found in a healthy stomach. It
is pleasant to tako. It digests what
you cat. Sold by Hanna's Drug Store.
1 III!' I' '
Cold Meats for Hot Weather
Equipped with a thoroughly modern
rofrigorating plant wo offer all meats
thoroughly cooled, all animal heat
romoved, all tho healthfulness, all
tho juiciness and all tho flavor re
tained. Pioneer Meat Market
"The Best Meats"
Round trip rates from El Paso via direct lines, season
ticket, $87.45; sixty day ticket, 72.90; fifteen day tick
ets, $50.75; via New York in ono direction only, soason
ticket, $97.30; sixty day ticket, v$81.05. Salo dates daily
untilj November 30; final return limit on soason tickets,
December 15. ,
AMERICAN LIVESTOCK SHOW
Kansas City, Mo., October 14 to' 19; from El Paso and
return, $42.10; sale dates, October 12 to 16 inclusive.
Pinal return limit, October 21.
For further information apply to
J. S. MORRISON,
City Passenger Agt, A. T. & S. F. Ry., El Paso,Texas 6
Moving Pictures and Illustrated Songs
Change of program Wednesdays and Sundays. Two
performances each evening: First, 7:30 p.m.; sec
ond, b:30 p. m. General admission i5c; reserved 25c.
Here It Is! The Biggest Show Yet!!
Commencing Wednesday, Oct. 16 ,
' New Illustrated
Reserved seats sold at
Hanna's Drug Store
WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOB
Ferndell Brand of Canned Goods and i
H. Jevne's Delicatessen
Fancy Groceries Our Specialty. Imported and
MOREHEAD & LUNN
Just Arrived from Belfast, Ireland
Beautiful Assortment of Hand Woven Table Linens
with Napkins to Match. Prices for Sets
$10.00 to $35.00
Fino Assortment of Gage Hats, tho Latest Creations from Paris.
Wo now havo a first-class and up-to-dato trimmer.
Dress Making Department
With an experienced lady in charge. A magnificent assortment of beaut
iful things from tho East, for your inspection.
OUR GRAND FALL OPENING WILL TAKE PLACE MONDAY, SEP.
Old Dominion Commercial Co.
"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 which
was stolen from our store, and, expecting it to
be held as evidence, we had ordered new
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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