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ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Tuesday, December 3, 1907
Daily, by mail, ono year.
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Advertising rates made known on application.
JAPAN IN FRIENDLY MOOD
Rumor has been dealing with t.ho pos
sibility of an invitation from tho Japan
ese government for tho American fleet
to visit Japaneso waters beforo it re
turns to tho Atlantic from tho trip to
tho Pacific coast. Unofficially, it is re
ported that tho project has been dis
cussed at "Washington and at Tokio and
that thus far tho only objection sug
gested has been in this country, and
upon tho groun of oxponse, for which
provision would havo to bo mado by
congress. Japan, as well as tho. United
States, has its jingoes, whoso constant
talk of war has complicated matters for
tho .government in policies of interna
tional peace. The invitation and its
acceptance would do much to silenco
this element in both countries. It would
bo tho conipleto negative of tho assump
tion that tho passage of tho battleship
fleet around tho Horn was a warliko
act and so interpreted at Tokio, as if
an especial menaco to Japan. And,
moreover, tho prcsenco of tho flcot in
Japanese waters, and tho oxchango of
courtesies that would result, would bo
an effective object lesson to tho masses
of that nation that would counteract
in largo measure tho influenco of tho
war makers. It is not less important
for Americans to allay, if possible, any
popular feeling in Japan that may bo a
menaco to tho continued pleasant rela
tions between tho two countries, and
advantages may reasonably bo rocog
nized which would offset tho item of
Tho Japaneso purpose of maintaining
.external pcaco whilo solving tho prob
lem of building up her internal struc
tures being strongly emphasized. Tho
imperial government is rironarinir to
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iace mo prouicm ot miming emigrations
to remedy the unpleasant situations
which have developed in tho. United
States and Canada, and utterances from
authoritativo sources indicate that the
purpose is to fonnulato a liberal and
conciliatory policy, even in tho faco of
the opposition that is certain to arise.
An additional sidelight upon tho Jap
aneso purpose is afforded by tho an
nouncement of a bid from that country
for, tho building of tho now Spanish
warships, at a lower cost than is offered
by any other country. It is tho first
Japanese bid for tho building of for
eign warships, and it also marks a de
termination to keep Japanese labor well
employed at home.
MUTUAL LIFE COMPANY
GETS OUT OF WISCONSIN
NEW YORK, December 2. Prcsi
dent Peabody of tho Mutual Life In
surance company announced today that
the company will cease doing business
in Wisconsin. It is learned that tho
Equitablo and Ifcw York Lifo com
panies aro considering tho advisability
of withdrawing from Wisconsin because
of stringent insuranco laws passed by
tho last legislature.
Tho territorial grand jury which was
discharged last Saturday night oxnm-'
ined moro witnesses than has any grand
jury for Gila county in reebnt years.
Tho jury was in session for two full
weeks and ovory day from tho timo of
convening until the last day tho mem
bers put in a full day's work. Tho fol.
lowing is tho final report mado by tho
graud jury whon ti was discharged by
Judge Navo Saturday night:
Wc. the grand jury of Gila count-,
for tho regular November term of thc
district court of tho Fifth judicial dis
trict of tho territory of Arizona, in
nnd for tho county of Gila, duly impau
eled ami sitting as such grand jury, in
tho month of November, 1907, respect
fully beg to submit this report of busi
ness transacted (by this body during
Wo havo oxamincd charges and inves
tigated all matters coming beforo us iiii
tho following cases, to wit:
Grand larceny 14
Aggravated assault 2
Assault with a deadly weapon Ii
Burglary ..... 3
Assault - 1
Larceny from tho person i
Assault with intent to commit robbery 1
Resisting officer ,. 1
Obtaining monoyyiindor falso protonso '1
Malfcasanco of offico -. 1
Total v... 53
Wo havo roturncd twenty-six tmo
bills for tho following crimes:
Murder ............ 5
Grand larceny . 0
Assault with a deadly weapon - G
Robbery . .... 1
Embezzlemont : - ' 5
Resisting officor 1
Larceny from the person 3
Wo have dismissed tho following
Grand larcony . 7
Aggravated assault .. . 2
Assault with a deadly weapon . .... 2
Embezzlement -.. ......... '1
Assault . - 1
Assault with intent to commit robbery 1
Obtaining monoy under falso protonso 3
Total .' 23
Wo havo reforred tho following cases
to tho noxt grand jury:
Grand larcony . . 2
Obtaining monoy under falso protenso 1
Malfcasanco of offico ......r 1
Several of the cases coming up for
consideration from tho justice couris
wore dismissed for tho reason that '
numbor of tho witnesses who gavo tes
timony in tho justice courts havo left
tho territory and wo were unablo to
got tho samo evidenco or any evidence
that would, warrant tho finding of a true
bill. Therefore, to savo tho county any
further expense tho cases were dis
missed. Inasmuch as there is a territorial ex-,
amincr to look into and to oxamino tho
accounts of tho different county offices,
wo did not deem it necessary to ap
point tho usual committees to investi
gate such affairs. Wc believe that tho
reports of such committees arc many
Only two committees havo been ap
pointed, ono to cxamino tho condition
of tho county jail, tbo other to examine
into tho condition of tbo county hos
pital, and they aro as follows:
To W. U. Woodson, foreman of tbo
Grand Jury, County of Gila, Terri
tory of Arizona:
Sir: Wc, your committee appointed
to cxamino tbo county jail, beg to pro
sent this, our report: '
Wo havo examined tho jail and find
tho samo in as good condition as could
bo expected under tho general crowded
condition. Wo consider tho present fa
cilities inadequate for the number of
prisoners it has to accommodate.' Both
tho city and county jails aro in thci
J. G. OLDFIELD, Chairman.
To W. IL Woodson, foreman of the
Grand Jury, County of Gila, Terri
tory of Arizona.
Sir: Wo, your committoo duly ap
pointed to oxamino tho county liospital,
beg to roport as -follows:
Wo find tbo county hospital in as
good shape as could bo expected undor
its present conditions.
CHARLES W. SLACK, Chairman.
Wo would recommend thnt tbo super
visors look into theso mutters as soon
as possible nnd to provide bettor accom
modatlous for tho hospital and jail.
Whilo this grand jury has boon in
session since tho 18th of tbo present
month, much longer than tho usual
grand jury takes to transact business,
wo hope your honor and tho gonoral
public will considor that wo have ex
amined and disposed of fifty-threo cases,
which has necessitated tho examination
of ono hundred nnd sovonty-ono wit
nesses. iiWo thank his honor, Judge Nave,
and all otbor court and county ofiicinls
for their courtesy and consideration
during our session, and ask to bo dis
charged. Dated this 30th day of November,
W. II. WOODSON, Foroman.
II. Q. ROBERTSON, Secretary.
TROY COMPANY BUYS
S. 'COLORADO SMELTER
BOSTON, Muss., December 2. To
other nssots tho Troy Consolidated Min
ing company, whoso proposition at Kel
vin, Ariz., has been nndorwjo;ulopmont
with most gratifying results for sov
oral years, has just added tho Colorado
Smelting & Refining company's smelter
at Florence, Colo., tho consideration
boing $10,000. Tho plant, of recent con
struction and equipped for tho rofining
of bullion as well as tho smelting of
ores, is up to date in ovory particular,
and embraces nil tho doviccs that can
possibly contribute to economize re
Primarily, tho smelter is to sorvc tho
Troy-Manhattan groups in Arizona,
while tho patronago undor contrnct and
from miscellaneous sources promises to
add immeasurably to its earnings. It
is tbo intention of tbo Troy manage
merit to blow in tho furnaces as soon
as it is possible to do so.
BURNED AND TWO
MEN PERISH IN FIRE
COVINGTON, La., December 2.
Roy. Joo Buck was burned to death,
a fireman is missing who is bcliovcd to
havo boon killed, and $100,00 worth of
property destroyed by a firo near bore
today, when St. Joseph academy, St.
Joseph convent, St. Joseph monastery
and St. Joseph church wero burned. All
tbo institutions occupied a lot togother.
Buck, who was attached to tho academy,
bad beon cut off by tbo flames in the
building and perished.
Worth doing is worth doing well. If
you wish to bo snrcd of Rheumatism
uso Ballard's Snow Liniment and you
will be "well cured." A positive euro
for Sprains, Neuralgia, Bruisc3, Con
tracted Muscles and all tho ills that
flesh is heir to. A. G. M. Williams,
N.ivasota, Texas, writes:
'M have used Snow Liniment for
sprained anklo and it gave tbo best of
satisfaction. I always keep it in tho
Sold by tbo Pnlaco Pharmacy.
Is ono of Glo'bo's oldost and best
known cafes; everything first-class In
his line. Call and bo convinced.
Tho largest stock of overcoats In
Globe. Stoin-Bloch and Alfred Benja
min's at Lantin's.
Deep tearing or wrenching pains, oc
casioned by getting wot through; worse
when at rest,, or on first moving the
limbs and in cold or damp weather, is
cured quickly by Ballard's Snow Lini
mont. Oscnr Olcson, Gibson City, 111.,
writes: "A year ago I was troubled
with a pain iii my back. It soon got
bo bad I could not bend over. Ono bot
tlo of Ballard's Snow Liniment cured
me." Sold, by Palace Pharmacy.
To get away from tho fact. Tbo
bouso of McNeil is tho leading
furniture bouso in Arizonu, and
tho prices now being quoted in
our "Year End" sale cannot bo
duplicated by any eastern house,
nnd aro 25 per cent lower than
tho average territorial price.
Wo aro out of tho high rout dis
trict; our methods of doing business-aro
along economical lines,
not prompted by stinginess, but
by a desiro to givo our patrons
tho biggest ono dollar's worth
possiblo for their money.
Tho very highest class of goods
arc shown at this great store.
Wo know tho dcmaims of the
trado and nro prepared to meet
them. Thnt is why OUR store
should bo YOUR store.
J. P. McNeil
A full and complete lino of other mattresses, in fact the
largest stock in tho city, ranging in price down to $2.50,
which buys a mattress generally sold at $3.50 and $1.
Make Your Wants Known Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
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Of Jromondous bargain giving
will characterize tho year-end at
the popular trading emporium of
J. P. McNeil. .
Wo want this great year's bust,
ncss to close in a blazo of glory;
wc want the wheels of tbo trade
chariot in which you arc to ride
to glide smoothly over a gilded
pathway. Wo aro going to mak
your household necessities possi
blc despite tho money stringency.
That's why we inaugurated this
great "Year End" sale.
Ours is a completo homo furn
ishing house. Everything for thi
home from cellar to attic. Furni
ture, carpets, stoves, ranges,
dishes, bedding, cooking utensib
and what notf And all at the
"Year End" sale prices.
FOR RENT Furnished room for twoi
men. Call at Mrs. Johnson, Blake St,
POSITION WANTED Experienced
stenographer and office assistant; good FOR SENT Four-room houso close in.
references. Add. XL. L. . box lU'JU. Apply 40 JKast uak street.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work in English family. Apply 101
WANTED Girl for housowork in small
family. Apply 240 E. Oak street.
SITUATION WANTED Femalo stcn
ographer, holding certificate, accurate
and steady would liko position in
Globe. Address Alico Mason, San
Carlos, caro P. Jones.
girl. CaH at tho Moody housuc, North
Globe. Mrs. Rose Witt, proprietor.
WANTED Fivoroom houscr" "partly
furnished. Small family, no children.
Stato location and price. Address A,
Silver Belt office.
WANTED MALE HELP
Laborers, $2.50 and 8 hours.
Rcliablo help furnished frco of charge.
Girl for general housework; must be
Real Estate nnd Employment Agency,
Trust building, room 23.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. 137 N.
Hill street. Mrs. W. Burke.
FOE RENT Roqm In the Po3tofflce
building. Apply at Silver Belt office.
FOR RENT Fivo-oom houso. Apply
at 359 South Sutherland street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; also fur
nished housekeeping rooms. 32G E.
FOR RENT Dcsirablo furnlshod rooitij
Mrs. L. G. Coombs, Ballground.
FOR RENT Four-room new plastered
bouso close in. .Call W. W. Kyle.
FOR RENT Furnished front room for
lady or gentleman. 539 South Hill
FOR RENT Nicely furnished, very
comfortablo room, opposite Dominion
FURNISHED rooms for rent at No. 179
South Pino street, in rear of Domin
FOR RENT Ten-room houso; lavatory
in ovcry room; just completed. In
quiro of J. Maurcl, box 221.
FOR RENT Thrco-room house. Apply
Jule Maurel, box 221, or Cement
FOR RENT Furnished front room with
bath, $10.00 per mpnth. 277 N. High
.TO TRADE Equity in 5-rooin houso
First National Bank account, T. T.,
FOR SALE Five-room furnished res
idence, Nob Hill. Box 1105. T
FOR SALE Household goods, third
bouso from railroad hospital. J. II.
FOR SALE Old newspapers at this
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Pair of silver framo spectacles,
initials II. A. U. X. on nose-piece.
Reward for return to this office.
Annual Sale of Beautiful
SNOWY TABLE LINENS
T WAS an early Pilgrim custom, after a bountiful harvest, to
ojrer tnanks to tno Supreme Being, and partake of a royal feast.
This beautiful custom has ever since been carried out by a
. thoughtful and appreciative people. Thanksgiving this year, No
vember 28, will bo tho most glorious in tho history of this won-
derful nation. It is every housekeeper's pride that her Thanksgiving fes
tive board shall bo spotless and snowy, and with this In mind, we have
collected tho choicest patterns in beautiful tablo linens produced by the
most famous linen mills in tho world. Ireland, Scotland, Germany
and England aro contribuators to this brilliant display of housekeepers
Thanksgiving Sale Starts This Morning
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Lowest Prices of the Year Will Prevail. You Can't Afford to Miss
this Linen Opportunity.
Id Dominion Commercial Co.
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Clearing Houso Scrip, Checks or Cash All Look Alike to Us.
Lon Sanders, Proprietor
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Opens at 8 o?clock this morning
Shop during the morning hours and avoid the grat crowds of the afternoon
In the Dry Goods. Shoe, Hat, Carpet, Ladies and Gentle
men's Furnishings and Notion's Departments. Remember this
is the greatest trade event ever undertaken in Eastern Ar
izona. All new' fresh goods and all departments full and
complete. Don't procrastinate, The bargains are wonderful.
See the goods and hear the prices.
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