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4 DAILY 'ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Saturday, October 26, 1907
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ARIZONA SILVER BELT
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in caso of non-delivery of tho daily,
Advertising rates mado known on ap
plication. Tho riding test for tho fat "armchair
colonels " has really turned out to bo an
endurance test for tho army horses.
There is still a chanco for somo
statesman to make- himsolf famous by
advocating government regulation of
The Koreans will in time become- rec
onciled to having their topknots cut
oif if tho next reform doesn't make a
cut a little farthor down.
From his latest interview in Now
York it is evident that Henry Watter
son got an awful bump when ho fell
off tho Bryan band wagon.
An Ionia (Mich.) man named John
V. Biblo has been punished for contempt
of court. This should bo a warning for
othor men in,tho Biblo class.
Tf la nnt nnitn clear whv scientists
devoto so much time to experimenting
with radium when there nro saiu to oc
only a few ounces of it in tho world.
At tho sale of Lillian Russell's ef
fects tho other day ono of hor photo
graphs brought $2.50. The collectors of
antiques must havo been enthusiastic.
The Boston Herald daily prints a col
umn headed "Queer Things Women Are
Doing." It must bo quite a task to
keep tho matter boiled down to a singlo
"Tho bravo man who knows how to
die can novcr bo a slave," says tho Bal
timore American. But how is a man to
know when ho has nover had any ex
perience in that lino?
"What is an affinity!" asks an Ala
bama editor. Merely from reading tho
papers, wo should judgo it is a bunch
of trouble that wins no sympathy for
the party afflicted with it.
" While it is claimed that lithioglycol
licorthocarboxylic acid will euro tho
liquor habit, wo fear an attempt to
commit tho namo to memory will bring
on an attack of delirium tremens.
Tho report that China is feeling very
friendly toward U3 seems tho inoro rc
markablo in view of the statement that
during 1900 over $150,000 worth of
pianos were shipped to that country.
Tho New York man who has been
accorded tho record for the smallest
brain over discovered was a watchman.
Ho may lose tho honor if thoy ever per
form an autopsy on a stage-door John
ny. Tho steeplejack who was paid $5,000
for painting tho flngpolo on tho Singer
building in New York has no doubt
aroused envy in tho breasts of some
men who havo found it hard to get up
in tho world.
A West Virginia man is going to run
for governor just to plcaso his young
wire, but would ho go through ovory
department store in town to match a
ribbon for her? There's tho test that
makes strong men quail.
Mr. Roosovelt says our hearts should
bo set hard as flint against predatory
wealth, as well ns predatory property.
Ho will find very fow men in this coun
try who don't hate povorty of every
kind worso than tho avcrago woman
hates a wrinkle.
John Sharp Williams' declaration
that ho intends to devoto ono solid year
to study in order to fit himself for his
placo in tho United States scnato looks
suspiciously liko a sidc-wipo at tho
house of representatives, where ho has
been for a number of years.
SMALL MAN TO THE FOBE
This announcement by Hoyden, Stono
& Co., tho Boston brokers, is ono of tho
most significant and encouraging that
has been given out since tho slump in
tho stock market:
"Our houso is buying every day far
'larger amounts of stock than it is sell
ing, yet our obligations aro steadily in
creasing. If this holds true of broker
ago houses in genornl and wo presumo
that it does it enn mean but ono thing,
and that is that stocks in smnll lots
but of a very largo aggrcgato volume
are being paid for and daily put away.
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CAPTAIN HERBERT WINSL0W.
Captain Herbert Wlnslow, ex-commnndor of tho battleship Kearaargo, lfl a
native of Massachusetts and entered the navy in 1805. He belongs to the
famous fnmlly of statesmen, soldiers and naval offlcors founded by Governor
Edward Wlnslow of Plymouth colony, who came oor In the Mayflower. Ho
Is n son of the Captain John A. Wlnslow who commanded tho old steamer
Kearsargo in the historic light with the Alabama In 1804 and was given his
recent command on account of the npproprlnteness of such nn assignment
rn short, tho technical position of tho
market is quietly assuming great
strength, and such breaks ns we havo
seen this week are but tho final out
bursts which inevitably characterize a
continued depression of prices."
It simply means that tho safe, con
servative man of small means has stop
ped in and is taking advantago of a sit
uation thnt will not only put him in tho
millionaire class, but, by his invest
ments, small though thoy be, will re
store stock to its real value. Profes
sional speculators, who havo played the
game to tho limit, many of whom are
now down and out, rcalizo that now is
tho planting timo for those who havo
withheld their seed, and that a rich and
early harvest is as certain as tho rising
of tho sun this morning.
It is tho aggrcgato sum of these
small investors numbering thousands
of working men who havo each a few
hundred dollars laid away, and living
in all parts of tho country whoso keen
intellect and foresight is making possi
ble tho salvation of the stock markot,
when tho wealth and inllucnco of
Rockefeller, Morgan, Perkins, et al.,
havo dismally failed.
ARE WE.NEAB THE BOTTOM?
Thcro were novcr two panics just
alike, but certainly tho oldest habitue
of the Street cannot remember any con
dition in his experienco that would com
paro with tho present, says tho Boston
With good crops, high prices, nnd a
world-wide demand, with labor well
employed, with business in most lines
only limited by tho facilities to finance
and transport, prices of securities molt
away liko ice under a tropical .sun.
Tho moro ono studies the causes af
fecting all this, the moro ono is inclined
to belicvo thnt tho fundamental cause
is moro than money, moro than legit
imate liquidation, moro than fears that
wo are facing a commercial deprcssidn
and labor unscttlement.
Thcro are those who hold tho theory
that the real causo for tho extreme and
persistent selling is tho absolute lack
of support on the part of financial in
terests that are in tho limelight be-
causo of tho policy of tho adminis
It is held that theso interests were
enormous sellers of securities tho mo
ment that they convinced themselves
that tho president meant what he said,
and that they havo nover since thon
had sufficient faith in tho situation to
become nggrcssivo buyers of securities.
Tho markot today is in a position
whero collateral values havo shrunk to
a point thnt taxes tho power of somo
of tho strongest interests to meet.
To say that prices aro way bolow
values is to say what everybody knows,
and yet tho same could have been said
Tho question is, where is tho bottom!
Thnt wo must bo near to that point is
evidenced by tho fact that prices aro
now down to a lovel that represents
necessities rather than values, a con
dition which heretofore has novcr failed
to attract tho real monoy power of tho
Evojy night sees a larger crowd at
urcnmianu to sco tho sterling oiionngs
of tho Spooner Dramatic company, and
last night a larger attendanco than
usual 'was present to sco tho abovo
named drama played.
"Carmen" is full of go and thrilling
situations from the rising of tho curtain
to its fall. Tho stago settings aro true
to lifo and tho scenery usod is all spo
cial and tho property of tho company.
"Tho Smuggler's Retreat" in tho
Sierra Romln mountains, in tho third
act, was ono of tho best, if not the
best, settings over stngod here, a por
fect production of this scono being pos
sible only on account of the large size
of tho Dreamland stage.
In tho Inst act perfect reproduc
tion of tho Juarez bull ring was given,
this scene having been painted on the
ground by Mr. Spoonor's artist.
Miss Allio Spooncr ns "Carmen,"
tho gypsy, was grand, nnd gave an ad
mirable interpretation of a character
that is an oxtretnoly difficult ono to
represent. Bubbling over with vavacity
ono moment, hissing hor undying hatred
tho next, nnd then softly breathing
words of lovo to her lover tho noxt,
sho inspires ono with a feeling of dread,
and yet there is always tho something
lovable and to be admired about her.
Mr. E. N. Wallock as Don Jose and
Benton Hinton as the matador gavo her
admirablo support, as did Miss Lillic
Shrewsbury, who was a very sweet and
pretty little Dolores.
This afternoon there wil lbe a mat
inee at 2:30 p. m. nnd the play will bo
"The Pearl of Seville."
Tonight tho company will present for
tho first timo that beautiful drama,
Blanch Walsh's "Tho Resurrection."
COUNTESS GIVES UP DAUGHTEB
Divorced Wife of King Will Mako Con
cert Tour of America
FLORENCE, Italy, October 23. Act
ing upon the advico of friends and after
conversation with an envoy from the
court of Dresden, Signora Toselli, Coun
tess Montignoso, has finally consented
to give up Princess Anno Monica Pia
at tlie end of this month.
Signora Toselli will bo allowed to
havo tho princess with her ono month
out of every twelve nnd sho will see
her other children onco a year. Hor
pension fro mtho Saxon court will be
She is to leave here in Jnnuary for a
concert tour of tho United States.
BOY FINDS ANOTHEB COMET
Young Wisconsin Astronomer Works
with Homo-mado Tclcscopo
MADISON, Wis., October 23. J. L.
Mollish of Cottago Grovo, Dane county,
discovered another comet this week,
making tho second comet ho has located
this year. Mcllish is 20 years old and
works with a telescopo of his own
manufacture. His discoveries aro con
sidered of great importanco by Profes
sor G. S. Comstock of tho Washburn
observatory, who has informed tho ob
servatories of the country of tho ex
ploits and discoveries of tho youth.
MOSQUITOS KTT.L 250,000
Appalling Number of Deaths Annually
Duo to Bites of Insects
NEW YORK, October 25. "Thcro
aro 250,000 deaths annually as tho re
sult of mosquito bites," said Dr. Ed
ward A. Ayers, a momber of tho New
York Polyclinic, at a meeting of tho
Now "iork Academy of Medicine.
Dr. Ayers said five diseases wero di
rcctly trnccablo to tho bito of tho in
sect. Thoy nro malaria, yollow fever,
ben bon, dengue nnd fila riasis. Tho
1 government is eliminating tho mosquito
danger by draining swamp lands, ho
SHE SUES HAU'S COUNSEL
Olga Molitor Besents Imputation She
Killod Her Mother
KARLSRUHE, Germany, Octobor 25.
Olga Molitor, daughter of tho late
Frau Molitor, is suing Dr. Dietz, Karl
Hau's attorney, for libel, because ho
intimated in a statomont published
sinco tho trial that she, and not Hau,
killed tho lattcr's mothor-m-law.
Hau is under sentenco of death for
SMALL ANNOUNCES HE
WILL LOOK FOB A JOB
CHICAGO, Octobor 25. Sylvester J.
Small, suspended president of tho Com
mercial Telegraphers' union, tonight
announced his retirement from the
"I am down and out nnd shall not
mako any further attempt to recover
I shall look for a job
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WANTED To rent a six or soven-room
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FOB BENT Nicely furnished rooms
for light housekeeping, 320 E. Oak
FUENIBHED rooms for rent at No. 179
South Pino street, in rear of Domin
FOB BENT Ten-room houso; lavatory
in every room; just comploted. In
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Go to Lantin House for nicely fur
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CHUBOH DENOUNCES DANCING
Smoking, Theater-going, Card Playing,
and Thoughtless Marriages Banned
MILWAUKEE, Wis., October 25.
Tho Evangelical gccnral alliance today
adopted resolutions denouncing danc
ing, smoking, theater-going, card play
ing and all efforts to raise money by
Thoughtless, prayorless marriages
wero lamented. Ministers wero re
quired to refuse to officiate at mar
riages when ono of tho parties has
been divorced on other than scriptural
The report of tho committco on ways
and means, recommending increased
salaries for ministers and presiding eld
ers, was adopted.
SPOOKS WEBE GIRLS
Sisters Dressed as Boys Frightened
Women at Wheoling, W. Va.
WHEELING, W. Va., October 25.
The mystery of the spooks that havo
frightened South side women for ten
days has at last been solved by tho
arrest of tho Misses Jennie, Mary and
Catherine Henry, sisters, aged 8, 10 and
14 years, who, garbed in male attire,
have been going forth into dark places
at night and alarming tho noighbors
just for a lark.
When captured last night they said
they wero only onjoying pre-hollowo'cn
LOST VOICE ON WIEELESS
Boston Navy Yard Operator a Victim
of Peculiar Accident
BOSTON, Mass., October 25. Robert
L. Mortimer, a wireless oporator at tho
navy yard, is daily expecting tho ro
turn of his voice. Ho lost his voice
last Sunday night by receiving a shock.
Physicians cannot tell just how long
Mortimer will havo to suffer without
boing able to converse.
Sunday night ho was at his post on
duty in tho wireless station, when ho
camo in contact with a part of tho ap
paratus which was heavily charged with
electricity. A shock passed through his
body. Suddenly ho found that ho had
lost his voice.
HE WILL BETIBE BATHEE
THAN BIDE A HOBSE
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Octobor 25.
Rathor than undergo tho riding test,
prescribed in a recent ordor of tho war
department, Colonol Charles L. Hoinzo
mnnn, assistant surgeon general, U. S.
A., has filed an application to go be
fore tho retiring board. Ho says jio
is a medical man and has not been on
a horso for thirty-nino years.
KING LEdPOLD BEFUSES
BRUSSELS, Octobor 25. Eho Soir
today says that King Leopold has re
fused to accopt tho decision of tho par
liamentary commission requiring tho
submission to. parliament of all facts
concerning tho Congo loans.
is perishable, it ought to
be kept in tight packages,
not exposed to air.
Your crocer returns your money If you don't
like Schilling's Best; we pay hlra
Rooms to rent, 185 Mcsquito street,
next to Mrs. M. C. Clark's boarding
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FOB BENT Deslrablo furnished room.
Mrs. L. G. Coombs, Ballground.
FOB BENT Furnished front room for
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FOB BENT Two rooms furnished In
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FOB BENT Ono large furnished room
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Mrs. Geo. R. Hill on Ballground.
FOB BENT Three-room houso with
water. Inquire of George I. Schmid,
on Blako street.
FOB BENT Boom In the Postofttce
building. Apply at Silver Belt office.
FOE SALE Five acres ,ono milo from
Safford dopot; water right, fruit,
good house, suitable for chicken rais
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FOB SALE Household furniture for
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Resolutions of Respect
Globe, Ariz., October 19, 1907.
Whereas it has pleased Him the
Father of us all to call from thi sworld
our dear sister, Nellie Livingston;
Therefore, bo it resolved, while we
bow in submission to His divine will,!
wo can but sorrow for our loss. As a
sister and friend sho was one to love
and esteem; as a wifo and daughter she
wus all that life could give. Our fra
ternal circlo is broken; in our homo tho
vacant chair remains, but our loss is
her gain. In memory of her let us
strive to mako lifo brighter and better
for thoso living.
Resolved, that wo extend to family
and friends our sympathy and consola
tion. Resolved, that the charter of tho
lodge bo draped in memory of our dear
departed sister, and the resolutions be
spread upon tho minutes, and a copy of
the samo bo sent to tho family; also
that copies bo published in tho local
Submitted in F. L. and T.
MARIEN E. SLACK,
An Anonymous Tombstone
"Speaking of gravestonq inscrip
tions," said tho commercial traveclr,
"about tho most independent and de
fiant I have ever read I recently discov
ered in tho quaint littlo southern town
of Cheraw, S. C.
"Whilo waiting for a train a fellow
traveler and I strolled over to a de
serted littlo cemetery across tho way
from tho railroad station for the pur
poso of whiling away tho timo by read
ing tho inscriptions on tho weather
stained tombstones. Tho cemetery was
all growing up with weeds and vines.
"Wo discovered nothing of particular
interest till wo camo across a stone
almost entirely hidden in tho weeds.
Though it was getting dark, wo man
aged to mako out the following inscrip
tion: My name, my country; what are they
Whether high or low ray pedigree?
Perhaps I far surpassed all otlicr men;
Perhaps I fell below them all, what
Suffice it, stranger, that thou sccst a
Thou know'st its use; it hides no mat
ter whom. New York Times.
Dog's Suicide for Grief
Grieved over tho retirement of its
mnster, a handsomo fox terrier today
committed suicide by jumping from th
top of a threo-story building.
Tho dog had been tho constant com
panion of David Bollinger, who for
years had been tho stablo boss of a
department store. Bollinger retired
yesterday and tho dog apparently real
ized that ho would not come back.
Altoona dispatch to tho Philadelphia
Reflections of a Bachelor
Other people's manners worry us a
lot moro than our own mornls.
A woman has an awful bad temper
to find fault with hor husband's.
When a girl flirts with a man it's
a sign sho can convince her mother sho
A mnn thinks ho knows au about poli
tics wbon ho buys a drink for a poli
tician. When a woman buys robes from her
dressmaker sho calls the duns for them
statements. Now York Press.
Moving Pictures and Illustrated Songs
Change of program Wednesdays and Sundays. Two
performances each evening: First, 7:30 p.m.; sec
ond, 8:30 p. m. General admission 15c; reserved 25c.
Animated Pictures "Poor Coat"
"Bear Hunt" "Glasgow Fire Department."
Illustrated Song PROFESSOB MOBBIS
By O. E. JENNINGS . ,
,. it , , , Twenty Minutes of Magic.
"Whon tho Whippoorwill Sings,
Animated Pictures I "Miraculous Water" Comic.
Western Justice. " I ' ' Tno Lost Witch-' '
F. L. JONES & SON
OFFICE: 174 S. Broad St.
Just Arrived from Belfast, Ireland
Beautiful Assortment of Hand Woven Table Linew
with Napkins to Match. Prices for Sets
$10.00 to $35.00
Fino Assortment of Gage Hats,
We now havo a first-class and
Dress Making Department
With an experieno, ed lady in charge. A magnificent assortment of bewt
iful tfhings from the East, for your inspection.
OUB GBAND FATjL OPENING WILL TAKE PLACE MONDAY, SEP-
Does your lback ache! Do you feel
tired and drowrsy and lacking ambition T
If so, thcro iB something wrong with
your kidneys. DeWitt's Kidney and
Bladder Pills relieve backache, weak
kidneys, nnd Inflammation of the blad
der. A week's treatment 25 cents.
Sold by Han aa's Drug Store.
Don't forg.trt Key's Studio for the
SUIT iSD CLOAK HOUSE
Ladies', children's and Infants
ready-to-wca r .clothes. Millinery, fancy
goods, etc. .Steoplo's Cash Store, Dolph
Baatz, Pro 680 N. Broad street,
Globe, Ariz ma.
First str kSjkt car of buggies over
received in( iGIobc. Globo Hardware
Satisfact ion our motto. We have
tho best t Snipped paint store in the
city. Van Wagonen, next door to tho
postofOce. ' Give us a call.
Obstinarfo cases of constipation and
nasty, niiean headaches promptly dis
appear wrlien you tako DeWitt's Little
Early Raser Sills. Sold by Banna's
Drug St ore.
Hallowe'en danco given for benefit of
ball te:im to defray expenses to Phoe
nix wilt bo a fancv ball.
Is one of Globo 's oldest and best
known cafes; ever.rtalng first-class in
his line. Call and bo' convinced.
"fen Wagenen, nox door to the post
office,, does a general! painting and pa
per hanging business. I All work guaran
teed. Carload of buggies,, surreys and run
abouts at Globo Hartlwaro company.
Wo will npt bo responsible for any
debts of our predcccsBO rs, Scoble, So
boy & Co.
MOREHHAiD & LUNN.
If you tako DeWltttNl Kidney and
Bladder Pills you wilt get prompt re
liof from backache, weak kidneys, .in
flammation of tho blafldur and urinary
troubles. A week's tneobment 25 cents.
Sold by Hanna's Drug Statro,
Hallowe'en danco given for benefit
of linll tn.1111 to dnfrflV exncnSCS to
Phoenix will bo a fancy ball.
Tho Taco between a Tiorso and nn au
tomobilo causes great excitement at tho
Iris every night. And thcro is a storm
of applauso at tho fiinsii.
Window BcrocnsT Seo AxteD.
StorageToom phone SOI.
RESIDENCE: 346 S. Hill S
the Latest Creations from Paris.
Somewhere between the smelters
postoflice a package of 5 per cent r
bate tickets issued Dy vm. wui
Hams. North Globe. The tickets Tf
ono month's savine on groceries, h:
ware, drv noods. shoes, etc. f inaen
please, rylturn to Wm. Alia uui;
The raco between a horse anJ
' T. " ' ' .....
tomobile causes great excitement t t
Iris every night. And there is a m
of applause at the finish.
I am tho man who will, without 1
charge, go anywhere in the city to '
nn acknowledgment, dav or nigtt, 1
or shine; also draw up deeds, relwH
mortgages and wills at smalt cosi, -s
cv always ready in front 01
.tr.ro Phnnn 4il Ti. II. BrOWE. '
iz:l irciT; u
You never have any trouble to I
children to tako Kennedy's L"
PnnrfJi Svrnn Thnv like it beS-"l
tastes nearly liko maple sugar. a
ncdy's Laxative Cough Syrup is J
sure and prompt remedy lor cougw
colds and is good for every member
tho lamuy. com Dy uauu-
Dissolution of Partnersaip
I havo sold my interest in tne -
saloon to my partners Martia w-'
.1 T-l.- T..1.. All li!11 dM
against tho old firm woll bo coM
or paiu uy iuu uuuvc. .v
PETJitt cu- 1
A Good Show
Seo the Iris program on page &
Anyono wishing to purchase 'l
ajo ulanKct or rug, can at - , 1
-. -ri . nl n'1
street, tfauoy diock. xmest -
ever brought to the city.
Hot chocolate, etc., at Barrett's
Hallowe'en ball by baseball
next Thursday nt Dreamland.
ni i ir..- Tit-nnrllOS
W l.o.. o nnnr cof nf BirCUJ F.l
shoeing stocks and aro prepared to 1
bronchos and all bad horses. . (
Give us your shoeing, we an.r
you. KIBBE & CO, Black
known cafas; everything first"
his line. Call, and be convince
Barrett's drug store betwef1
ana u. u. score.
Hallowe'en ball by basebH
next Thursday at Dreamland.
Storage room phone 601.