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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Friday, November 22, 1907
GLOBE HARDWARE CO.
I Heating Stoves, Cook Stoves,
Our stock has arrived
just in time to supply every
one in Globe.
THE BEST STOVES AT
THE LOWEST PRICES
GLOBE HARDWARE CO.
OH IS 1 IS
II SAFEGUARD TO THE PEOPLI
Hollow Concrete Building Blocks
:MADE TO ORDER DIMENSIONS:
ADVANTAGES OF HOLLOW
Chi-apncss of construction; buildings warm
m winter, cool in summer, dry ventilated
walls, flje and dust proof; InMimnoe U
one iper: requlrvs no palatini; or repairs:
blocks can bo laid In the wall rapl lj und
efjtilre out It'le a -rtar; plaMcring i.uv
tMl.niF on t He buck of the stone, saving
ut bint: f ee from rats, uriuu or vermin;
pnrcctlv sanitary, resist rain nod dries
qulu ly. w bile solid walls remain damp.
I use the Right Process, the Right
Material and have the Right Kind of
Blocks, also the Right Kind of Machin
ery. Estimates on Building Promptly
Furnished. Call at
Two-story Concrote Block House, West
of Globe Lumber Yard
O. K. Livery Stables
General Livery and Feed Stables
Gaited Saddle Horses....Phone 481
QUICK SERVICE AND GOOD RIGS
Phone ,481 W. P. KELSEY, Mgr. Globe, Arizona
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM EL PASO VIA DIRECT
LINES; SEASON TICKET, 587.15; SIXTY DAY TICKET,
$72.90; FIFTEEN DAY TICKETS, $56.75; VIA NEW
YORK IN ONE DIRECTION ONLY, SEASON TICKET,
$97.30; SIXTY DAY TICKET, $81.05. SALE DATES
DAILY UNTIL NOVEMBER 30; FINAL RETURN LIMIT
ON SEASON TICKETS, DECEMBER 15.
For further particulars please write or call on
j. s. MORRISSON,
City Passenger Agent, A. T. 4 S. F. Ry., Hills Bldg., El Pasojex.
FAMOUS INDIAN HOT SPRINGS
fTJjy to $3.00 per day.
noted resort for health and pleasure. Rates, $2.00
Twenty minutes rido from Hot
Springs Station, Graham county,
Arizona. Theso wonderful wa
ters aro recommended to euro
rheumatism, gout, dropsy, liver,
kidney and stomach troubles,
blood disorders and women's ail
ments. Beautiful lawns and
shade trees; largo plunge and
swimming pool; also fish lake and
boating, lawn tennis and croquet
and swings. Try our wonderful
mud and mineral baths. If you aro sick, get well. If well, get pleas
ure and rest.
Tickets with return limit of ten days, $5.35 for tho round trip.
Saturday and Sunday excursions On Saturdays and Sundays from
May 23rd to September 30th, tickets limited to roturn the following
Monday will bo on sale at the rato of $4.25..
ALEXANDER BROTHERS, Fostoffico Fort Thomas, Arizona,
Oklahoma lias just become the forty
sixth Stato intho Union. This cvont
is being discussed with much interest
throughout tlio West. The past it ml
presont conditions in this now Common
"wealth aro being contrasted in many
quarters, ami politicians, ninnufiii'tur
era, cattlemen, farmers, ami minors arc
cncii interested in soino phase of its af
fairs. Tho now State, which is muilo up of
tho Torritory of Oklahoma and tho In
dian Torritory, contains an area of 70,
130 square miles. It is, thoroforo, larg
er than tho States of Ohio and Indiana
combined, and will have an estimated
population of 1,000,000, which is greater
than that of any ono of twonty-thrco
of tho States of tho Union.
The residents of Oklahoma have de
sired to enter the combination of States
1 with a constitution that would bo not
only unlike many others, but also ono
that would proporly safeguard their in
terests. Thoy have boon holding n eon.
stitutional convention with that pur
pose in viow, and the constitution. they
agreed on lias been accepted by tho
Thoro have been humorous, comments
because tho people of Oklnhoma "dis
cussed so many topiccs in their con
stitutional convention and desired to in
corporate so many "planks" in it.
Nevertheless, tho gonernl opinion will
bo that they showed excellent judg
ment. Tho inhabitants of Oklahoma havo
learned much from tho experience of
other States. If thoy, therefore, de
dido that thoy want sober commuuui
ties and requiro prohibition, which was
put into the constitution, that is their
business. Besides, thoy havo many
thousand Indians to whom thoy do not
rare to givo tho privilege of buying
liquors. Tho Stato is, therefore, sup
posed to be a "dry" ono for twenty -ono
Eight per cent of tho legal voters
havo tho right to propose any legisla
tive measure, and fifteon per cent may
propose amendments to tho constitution
The referendum may bo ordered, ex
cept as to laws necessary for tho imme
diate preservation of the public peace,
health or safety, by five por cent of
tho legal voters or by tho legislature.
Referendum petitions must be filed with
the secretary of stato not moro than
ninety days aftor tho adjournment of
the legislature. This provision is also
extended to cover municipalities as woll
as tho State.
This referendum clause in n consti
tution may somctimos provo of great
value. In times of popular excitement
over gravo problems which ariso in
stato or municipal affairs, tho referen
dum, if it -can bo invoked, gives the
eitizons an opportunity to express thoir
views. Many very objectionablo laws
would never havo been placed on the
statute book if tho taxpayers cond havo
had a voice in tho matter through the
"Manufacturers and miners will be
come more interested in this new State
now becauso it is rich in natural re
sources and is destined to become a very
wealthy Commonwealth. Tho farming
lands in some portions aro worth $75
per ncrc, and all tho products of tho
temperato zone flourish in every coun
ty. Tho stato is full of mineral wealth.
Politicians arc also interested in the
stato. It is now democratic, but tho
federal government has much new pat
ronage in it. Federal judges and Unit
ed States marshals and also 1,500 post
masters aro to bo appointed. Boston
Anyone wishing to purchase a Nav
ujo blanket or rug, call at 475 N. Hill
streot, Jlailcy block. Finest collection
over brought to tho city.
Sam Keo's for underwear and shoes.
MORE WAGE REDUCTIONS
IN COPPER COUNTRY
Lay In Your Fuel Supply Now
GROCERIES, FUEL and FEED
Gamble & Mclnroy
P. O. Box 109 Telephone 751 Store Opp. Depot
Wage reductions affecting 3,000 men
aro announced by Lako Superior copper
mining companies and additional cuts
arp expected. Tho "Mass Consolidated
company at Mass City has cut wages
5 per cent and it is tixpoctcd tho three
other principal companies in Ontonagon
county will toko tho samo action. The
Quincy Mining company announced bo-
ginning January 1 wages of surface
men would bo cut 5 per cent and un
derground employees 7Vj por cent, 1 -500
men being involved. Tho Centen
nial and Allouoz companies, controlling
tho Calumet & Ilecla and employing
1,000 men, havo cut wages 5 per cent,
offectivo December 1.
Wo framo pictures. Naquin & Co.
Sowing machines for rent at J. P.
McNoil's Furnituro store, opposite tho
Minor's union hall, Globe, Ariz.
Remomber that wo havo -tho largest
and best selected .stock of men's cloth
ing and furnishings in Qlobo. Lantin's.
One Towel Cabinet,
Brush, Soap and Six
Towels each week
$1.25 per Month j
750 North, Broad Street,
m tH fi
Cold Meats for HotJWeathcr
Equipped with a thoroughly modern
rofrigcrating plant wo offer all moats
thoroughly cooled, all animal heat
removed, all tho healthfulness, all
tho Juiciness and ail tho flavor ro
tained. Pioneer Meat Market
"Tho Best Meats"
Babies and children need prompt at
tention when suffering from coughs and
colds. Tho best remedy for mothers to
uso is Kcnnody's Laxative Cough Syrup.
It tastes nearly as good as maplo sugar.
It contains no opiates and it is laxativo
and drives tho cold out of tho system
by gontly moving tho bowols. For salo
by Hanna's Drug Store.
I am tho man who will, without extra
chargo, go anywhere in tho pity to take
an acknowledgment, day or night, ruin
or shine; nlso draw up deeds, releases,
mortgages and wills at small cost; bug
gy always ready in front of Brown's
stort. Phono 441. L. H. Brown, tho
notary public. tf
Mr. Will Foland being no longer em
ployed by this corporation, parties hav
ing business with him for us will please
ring up Tclophono 441 Or see us ov.cr
GILA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
You are both judge and
jury for Schilling's Best.
Your croccr returns your money if you don't
likeitiwepay.lilrn ;' " w "V
X The Socia.1 Objections to
$ Mrs. Tripp
Mrs. JJuggledon Mnsou was one of
tho elite of Grorutou. There were
disadvantages to bo ovoreomo In at
taining and maintaining this position,
but Mrs. Mason possessed tho especial
faculties required to overcome them.
For Instance, her husband wna a horatj
trader a horse trader ou u largo scale,
to be, sure, but still a horse truder.
When the wife of u wholesale grocer
threw this In the face ,of Mrs. Mason,
that lndy retorted: "My husband buys
and bells horses; your husband buys
and sells lnolasses". What's the differ
ence?" One evening on the train from the
city where Mrs. Mason had been shop
ping she was talking to Mrs. Edwards,
also a member of the smart bet of
Grovoton. Mrs. Edwards was not only
wealth', but her family had been
wealthy before her for a hundred
yoars. Mrs. Mason appreciated this
and proposed to Ingratiate herself with
the highborn dame by a bit of social
"There are Borne of our Eet," said
Mrs. Mason her voice Avas loud and
harsh "who are constantly upholding
some ouo trylug to get hi with us who
doesn't belong with us. Several of our
best ladles are visiting with that young
Mrs. Tripp, whose efforts to appear re
spectable arc. absurd. At the Arllug
tons recoptlou Hhe wore a dress that
I recognized ns having once belonged
to Mrs. Chcsborough. She'd so chang
ed and improved It that one would
have scarcely recognized It Not that
I would deny, such people a place
among us, provided they can live as
we do, but they can't Besides, Mrs.
Tripp doesn't give n very satisfactory
account of her husband's conttuued
absence. Land knows whether she's
married nt all or not"
Behind thc-two ladles sat a niUn in a
broad brimmed hat and a woolen shirt
under a coat much the worse for wear,
but his features belted his costume.
Notwithstanding an appearance of
hard work they were Intellectual.
".Moll Hogan, I believe," he said,
bending forward and looking Mrs.
Mason In the eye ns she turned, with
a face alternately white and scarlet.
"I don't know you," she said, draw
ing away with poorly assumed hauteur.
"Nevertheless you have served me
with autelope steak and flapjacks In
Grindstone. But I see you are chang
ed. I heard you had married Mug
Mason, that he drove a lot of horses
east just In time to 1111 a big order for
the government before the Spanish
war and that he has been making
money in horseflesh ever since."
Mrs. Mason wns taken flat aback.
Sho made several efforts to clear her
self from the man's Imputations and
Anally muttered that he had got her
mixed with some one lse. Then sho
turned her back on him and said to
Mrs. .Edwards: '
"He Is some enemy who has an ob
ject, but I can't guess what It Is."
The train was nt tho moment stop
ping nt a station. Tho two ladles
alighted, each taking her carriage to
Mrs. Atwater, one of the ladles who
had been helping Mrs. Tripp In her
efforts to keep up a position to which
sho had been born, gave a ball. Mrs.
Mason was there, and Mrs. Tripp was
Jhere. Mrs. Tripp startled the nssetn-
uij uy entering uresseu in a gown
fresh from the hands of Its maker, but
this was not the most surprising fea
ture about Mrs. Tripp's entrance. Sho
leaned on tho arm of a gentleman un
known to the Grovetonlans, whom sho j
iniroauceu ns ner nusDanu. As tho
couple made their way to speak to tho
hostess every eye In the room was
leveled nt them.
"Where did she got that dress?
Where on earth has tho man been?
Wonder if It's another case of get rich
quick?" were some of the questions
tho guests asked of each other.
As Mr. and Mrs. Tripp walked away
from the hostess thoy met Mr. and
Mrs. Mason -walking up to her.
Mnson stared at the speaker for soma
moments, then, making a vlrtuo of ne
"Ilello, Mr. Tripp! What are you do
"Tho cut-off's finished. Civil engi
neers nro no longer wanted. You didn't
finish the dirt moving you undertook,
"N-o," stammered Mason, 'I didn't."
( Mrs. Mason, who by this time recog
nized under his evening dress tho rough
looking man who had spoken to .her In
tho car, pulled her husband on.
"Goodness gracious, Is that Mr. Tripp,
who had charge of tho cut-off?"
"Yes, and, besides being engineer In
chief, ho took a big contract. I had
a subcontract under him to remove a
'nllllon yards of dirt I found I had
bid too low and left the territory."
There was a brief pause, at the end
of which tho wife said:
"IIo's the ninn I told you about who
new mo when I slung hash In Grind-
mono, i see it nu now. I was ob
jecting to his wife being received in
this society, and he overheard me. ne
hasn't any pause to lovo us since you
threw up your contract and left him in
the lurch, and I poured hot shot In hla
hearing at his wife. I wonder why
he's been keeping her so low for dust?"
"Needed every cent he could semp'e
to All his contract"
"Well," added the wife, pursuing n
vornacular to which she wns most ac
customed, "I reckon we're done for In
this corral. Wo'd better light out and
"Reckon you'ro talklu' United States,
And sd It wns that the Masons moved
on and tho Tripp family moved up.
" " NELLIE EDNA CURTIS.
THE TRADE RAT.
Hazel j Tho postmaster of Gasconade
Odd Way of Thin I'oculinr
Ono of tho oddest little animals In
existence Is the California wood rat,
n-nma ihn Inf-rAf Mnmn frt flirt tnnt- Minf i KCGgSW, S
V i(iui 1 y frt ff flltlin ' rtlrtnef ortrl ViAet
though It Is a great thief, It never steals ' ,,. . w fl,Df ,"
nmrthi.... wii.n.,t m,Ht., mfi.in. known cafcs! everything first-class in
a,D7J!:!"? "i0"' ff "' "r.,lh.!!lff MS line, call tebi
viau in Ha limit:, n la num mm u liisiu ,
pot which had been loft overnight la
Do Witt's Cnrbolizcd Witch
Salvo penetrates tho pores thoroughly Danici A. Rugh, says of De Witt jr'
cleanses and is healing and soothing, ney and Bladder Pills: "I aci j
Good for piles. Sold by Hanna's Drug so well, and improving so fast id ht
that I cannot say too much fur v
Kidney and Bladder Pills. I re, , '
a new man." Do Witt's KMuey ,!
Bladder Pills are sold by Hanra s d
tho assay office of a silver mine in that
state was found in tho morning with
the oddest collection of rubbish. This
wns the work of trade rats. They had
stolen the paste and left In exchange a
piece of stick, a length of rope, somo
odds nnd ends of wire and ah unbroken
glass funnel. The object of the trado
rat In so scrupulously paying for what
he takes Is (something of n mystery, but
these same rats certainly tnko tho
greatest pleasure In tho odds and ends
which they steal nnd collect.
In Lindsay's "Mind In Lower Ani
mals" a description Is given of n trade
rat's nest found In an unoccupied
house. The outsldb was composed en
tirely of Iron spikes laid In perfect
symmetry, with the points outward.
Interlaced with the spikes were about
two dozen forks nnd spoons nnd thrco
large butcher knives. There were also
n large carving fork, kulfo and sttel,
Beveral plugs of tobacco, nn old puree,
n quantity of small carpenters' tools,
Including several augers, and a watch, I
or which the outside casing, the glass
and the works wero nil distributed
separately, so as to make the best
The trade rat has its South American
counterpart In the vlscacha, n pretty!
little relative of the chinchilla, which
lives In fumllles of twenty or thirty on
the pampas. Everything that takes Its
fancy and Is portable Is carried by the j
vlscacha and piled In neat little heaps
at the mouth of Its burrow. If a ranch-.
rnnn drops his watch or any similar
article ho nlways searches the vlscacha J
burows In tho neighborhood and gen-'
crally finds his lost property. Chicago !
Vnn Wagonen, next door to the post
office, docs a general painting and pa
pur hanging business. AH work guarau;
How About Your Insurant
Don't wait until tho h.u ,
down beforo you think of msi 'j,
Moore & Feland about it at n
399 Broad Street WATCH US geov
Good to Eat
Don't forget to place your p. Jtry 0.
dcrs with us. Turkeys, Du..u Chick
ens, fancy Broilers and Sprcs chick
ens always on hand.
Latest, safest and most improved
model, guaranteed for economy and re
liability; simplest scientific cngino built.
MINING AND IRRIGATION
Sold and installed on absoluto guar
Box 211 GLOBE, ARIZ.
Limburgrr, Swiss andCre
Oysters in Bulk and Can
Genuine Sheep and Lamb a.ways to
bo had at tho Central Market For t
square deal and treatment can at
The Central Meat
JOE RYAN, - Manager
ABORIGINES OF AFRICA.
Vaalnena Seem to He (lie Lowest Or
der of Cannibal.
An obscure race may possibly bo the
true aborigines of Africa south of tho
These arc the ICattca, or Vaulpens,
as they are nicknamed by the Boers on
account of the dusty color their abdo
men acquires from tho habit of creep
ing Into holes In the ground, who live
In the steppes region of the north
Transvaal as far as the Limpopo.
As their complexion Is almost a
pitch black and their stature only
about four feet, they are quite distinct
from their tall Bantu neighbors and
from the yellowish Bushmqn.
The "dogs" or "vultures," as the Zu
lus call them, are the "lowest of the
low," being undoubtedly cannibals and
often making a meal of their own aged
and luflrm, which the Bushmen never
Their habitations arc holes In the
ground, rock shelters and lately a few
hovels. They have no arts or Indus
tries or even any weapons except
those obtained lu exchange for ostrich
feathers, skln3 or Ivory!
Whether they have any religious
Ideas it Is Impossible to say, all Inter
course being restricted to barter car
ried on In a gesture language, for no
body has ever yet mastered their
tougue, nil that Is known of their lan
guage being that it Is absolutely dis
tinct from that of both the Bushman
and the Bantu.
There are no tribes, merely little
family groups of from thirty to fifty
individuals, each of which Is presided
over by a headman, whose functions
are acquired not by heredity, but by
So little Information Is available con
cerning the Knttea that It Is Impossi
ble to say anything about their racial
affinities. Scientific American.
Mining Timbers a Specialty
Get your winter supply of coal while
wo aro dolivoring it in ton lots at $12
per ton. Globo Hardwaro Co.
HOLLENBECK HOI EL
Los Angeles, California
HEADQUARTERS FOR ARIZONANS
Arlznnanst'pend'iis thesutpmeron the beaches arc welcome ui the u.e of .-
ladles' parlors, gentlemen's waiting rooms bureau of lnlurm tio-, and all hutei c.d
vcnlencc. Meet your friends there I.idles and hi dren welcome. All depot c:r
stop at The Mollenbcck. klectrlo excursion and beach cars pass the door
Central Location Excellent Accommodation
Kcasonable Prices Splendid Kestaurant.
A. C. BILICKE JNO. S. MITCHELL
Office of the Arizona Hassayampa Club of Los Angeles.
The Finest Resort in Globe
Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re-,
freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines
Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
A PREMIUM ON
HE regular subscription price of the Silver Belt, daily
delivered to any part of the city is 75 cents per month.
During the next twelve days $2 in scrip will be accepted
in payment for three months subscriptions, the reduced
price not only applying to new subscribers, but to those
in arrears or those whose subscription will expire with the
current month. This offer will only hold open until November 25.
Remember the Silver Belt takes the full Associated press report
faithfully covers the local field, and publishes daily the stock and
metal markets. Many improvements are in contemplation, which
I will be made during the next 30 days.
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