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ARIZONA SILVER BELT,
DAILY AND WEEKLY
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"Tho wife is boss of tho houso," ac
cording to a recent decision of the Ne
braska supremo court. Truo enough;
bitf sho has trouble proving it somo-
'President Roosevelt was probably so
greatly swelled' up over being blamed
for the financial panic that ho never
,cvcii took the troublo to deny it in his
The president in, his message to con-'
gross says it's "foolish for peoplo to
hoard money instead of keeping .it in
sound banks." But how aro tho dear
peoplo going to know which nro tho
..It has". been a sad commentary on
modern civilization that thoro is a grow
ing lack of respect for ago and espec
ially is this so in tho largo cities. Ito
cently a woman GO years old was sent
jto prison in Chicago.
Governor Curry of New Mexico wants
Arizona to wait whilo his torritory
jumps on to the present congress and
secures statehood. Wait? Why, sure
-wo '11 wait, and if we are not much mis
taken, so will New Mexico.
The Nogalcs Oasis publishes a lengthy
editorial on "Growing Old Gracefully."
However, it does not apply to the edi
tor, who has been making an awful fuss
without realizing that ho has been a
"has-been" for a long time. ,
Nary a word did the president say in
his message to congress about Arizona
.and statehood, but. thoro is some cheer
in the fact that ho also omitted saying
anything about New Mexico. Funny
that the president should assnro the gov
ernors of the two territories that he is
for the separate admission of both .8 ml
then be so forgotful as to omit anyfref
cronco to it in his annual message. To
New Mexico it will bo tho blow that
The Phoonix Republican persists in
-misunderstanding the Silver Belt in re.
.tho Kibbey interview. It is not possible
that this persistence is due to natural
obtuscness of tho st.aid old Republican,
nor its inability to comprehend the Eng
lish languago; oven "Little James"
could understand without asking his
"Paw." Henco tho persistence of tho
Republican must bo inspired by an ulterior-
motive, a possiblo descernment
-of which may be found in tho cuphoni-
ous compliments it pays tho governor,
and which some illiaterato peoplo might
call "left-handed compliments."
Tho Republican chided tho Silver Belt
for not sticking verbatim to the gover
nor's language, in reporting his inter
view, whilo in Sunday's issue it care
.fully refrains from quoting verbatim
from tho Silver Belt editorial to
which, it takes exceptions. And while
wo gratefully acknowledge tho bouquet
which deals with our past infallibility,
wc must consider it as Bis Excellency
probably considers thoso tho Republican
tosses him so magnanimously. And at
tho same time if tho Phoonix contem
porary does not wish to bo accused of
deliberately misrepresenting facts, it
should quote verbatim from whntcvor
it takes issue with, for it certainly mis
represented what was contained in tho
, Silver Belt editorial in a manner of
whiqh thoro could bo no question of
a misunderstanding of tho text.
' Of course, it is generally understood
that tho Republican is tho natural dc
.fqndcr of tho territory's chiof execu
tive and it was probably too much pro
sumption on our part to undertake- to
. act as such, oven in a slight degree,
but that is no reason why tho Repub
lican should in so many words call us
,what tile, president some titno sinco
wanted to call Mr. Ilarriman, Bellamy
Storrcr and a few other undesirables.
But .as tho horo of a comparatively re
gent novel of tho western brand say.s,
"you can call a man anything you want
.to ;in tho -west providing you laugh"
,whon'you say it;" or something to t)int
effect; so if tho Republican laughed,
why, it's alhright.. . '"'
NEW YORK, Ucccinber ' 3. Tho
steamer Kron Prinzcssen Cccilie, which
arrived today fromBrcinen,brought$(i,
'jjOOJOOO in gold.
GALLED TO JAPAN
Conflict of Feeling in Washing-j
ton as to the Significance "of
Viscount Aoki's Recall.
DENIES GOVERNMENT IS
DISSATISFIED WITH HIM
Says that He- Is Only Called
Home for Consultation Re
garding Affairs of Mutual
Jnterestlo Both Countries.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Decomber 3.
Viscount Aoki talked briefly today re
garding tho instructions given him by
his government to return homo for the
purposo of making a roport on tho af
fairs in which Japan is Interested, joint
ly with' tho United -States. Tho nmbas
sador was cordially received by a rep
resentative of tho Associated Press and
appeared in a cheerful mood.
"I am going home," ho , said, "for
tho purposo of making a verbal report
to 4ho government. Thore aro many
things to roport on things which
have heard and seen in this country.
Thoy can bo .made bettor, verbally than
in writing. Thoro is no othor signifi
cance to tho visit. I shall discuss im
migration in addition to other questions
in which my government ikiiiitercsted
My return cannot bo construed in any
was as an indication unfriondly on tho
wart of Japan for tho United States.
Tho American government knows very
well that Japan is disposed to bo ono
of its best friends and any other sugges
tion is foolish to entertain.
Not a Serious Matter
"Tho immigration question is not at
all a serious ono in my judgment and
will bo settled satisfactorily, and my
return, I repeat, has no bearing on the
relations between the United States and
Inpan. Our relations and friendship
remain the samo and there is no reason
why they should bo otherwise, but on
tho contrary every reason why thoy
should continue good."
"How long?will you remain in Ja
pan f "
"That I don't know."
"Are you coming back?"
"That I don't know," replied Aoki.
Aoki, if tho time permits, will look
into tho genornl question of Jnpaneso
immigration on tho Pacific coast boforo
sailing for home, lie intended doing
this earlior in tho year, but tho trip was
for tho time abandoned.
At the state department it was
learned that Aoki did not present let
ters of recall, but that what was re
coived was a summons to come home
for consultation with tho governments
It is not known at tho department
whether Aoki would return to the Unit
ed States and the impression is that
tho ambassador himself is not awaro
of what his futuro movemcrits will be.
Aoki received word Saturday that his
government wanted him to come home
and lost no time in acquainting tho
state department with tho fact. A most
positive statement was mado at the
Japanese embassy that Aoki's recall
did not result from nny dissatisfaction
with his course on the part of his gov
ernment or that it in any way dis
favors his actions whilo here.
vice minister, at, tho foreign ofllco, Baron
Chimin is well , known in Americn,
whoro ho was educated. .
Don't neglect to save your cuttings
from steaks, chops, roasts and othor
meats. They make tho nicest possiblo
frying mediums. .
To provont white fnbrics such as tullo
or silk or cropo becoming yellow whon
packed away, sprinkle bits- of whito
wax freely among tho folds.
Stnrngo room phone G01.
Tho Big Act-Is Horo
Don't miss Onslow and O'Brien to
night at the Irip. A big laugh.
Worth doing is worth doing woll. If
you wish to bo sure'd of Rheumatism
uso Ballard's Snow Liniiugnt and you
will bo "well cured." A positive euro'
for Sprains, Nouralgia, Bruises, Con
tracted Muscles and all tho ills that
flesh is heir to. A. G. M.. Williams,
Nnvasota, T.oxn.s, writes: y
"I hnvo used Sno.w Liniment for
sprained auklo and it gave tho beat of
satisfaction. I always keep Jt in tho
Sold by the Palace Pharmacy.
Is ono of Globe's oldest 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 Bonja
min's at Lantln's. .
Doep tearing or wrenching pains, oc
casioned by getting wet through; worso
when at rest, or on first moving tho
limbs nnd in cold or dnmp weather, is
cured quickly by Ballard's Snow Lini
ment. Oscar Olcson, Gibson City, 111.,
writes: "A year ago I was troubled
with a pain in my back. Jj, soon got
so' bail I could nqt bend over. Ono bot
tlo of Ballard's Snow Liniment cured
me." Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
Watch onr window for holiday bar
gains. Van Wngenon & Co. store.
Wo frame pictures. Nnquin & Co.
DoWitt's Carbolizcd Witch Hazel
Salve don't forget the name, and ac
cept no substitute. Got DoWitt's. It's
good for piles. Sold by Banna's Drug
Reblockcd and mado to look llko
now. Bring in the old hat and
let us fix It up for you.
Pressed and put in perfect repair.
Wo mako a specialty of this class
of work and will servo 'you at
very rcasonablo prices.
J. W. WALTER
Denied in Japan
TOK10, Wednesday, Tho probable
resignation of Viscount Aoki, tho Jap
anese ambassador to tho United States,
has been rumored for somo weeks, but
tho rumor has been positively denied.
It is admitted now that Aoki may re
turn to Japan at an early date. Tho
foreign office declines to say if this
means the resignation of tho ambassa
dor. In tho event that Aoki does not
return to Washington, thero is a strong
probability that he will bo succeeded
by Baron Kneko, former special envoy!
to tho United States, or Baron Chimin,
f. ' '
Cold Meats for Hot Weather
Equipped with a thoroughly modem
refrigerating plant wo offer all meats
thoroughly cooled, all animal heat
removed, all tho healthfulness, all
tho juiciness and all the flavor re
tained. Pioneer Meat Market
"Tho Best Meats"
J. P. McNEIL
The Home Furnisher
Has been and will continue to be the big
thing at this store. We make selling
prices. We have the goods that make
selling easy. No matter what you want
in the house-furnishing line, from the
most elaborate parlor, reception room
and bed chamber furniture down to the
kitchen, you'll find it here, and at a pripe
not quoted by any other dealer, in the city.
Our Year End Sale is proving a-wonderful
success. People come to investi-' $
gate and stay to tbuy. You know what
that meansr--right prices, right .goods.
. P. McNEIL
The Home Furnisher
Is Now -
Make Your Wants Known Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results. j
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a dn under this head must oe paid form advance,
POSITION WANTED Experienced
stenographer and office assistant; good
references. Add. M,
L. S... box 1029.
WANTED Girl to do general houso
worScn English family; Apply 1G1
WANTED Experienced dining xoom
girl. Call at the Moody housue, North
Globe. Mrs. Hose Witt, proprietor.
WANTED FivtMroom house" partly
furnished. Small family, no children.
State location and price. Address A,
Silver Belt office.
, .WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Employment Agency Dept.
Laborers, $2:50 and eight hours work.
Roliablo holp furnished free of charge
on short notice.
FOE RENT Ecal Estate Dept.
Two and 0-room houses, furnished.
Two,. 3 nnd (J-room houses, unfurn
For Sale Lots frdmt$35 up..
Houses with lots,- $225 and up.
Agent, Room 23,
FOK EENT Room In tho Postofflco
building. Apply at Silver Belt office.
FOE EENT Fivo-room house. Apply
at 359 South Sutherland street.
FOE RENT Furnished rooms; also f ur
nis1iel housekeeping rooms. 32G E.
FOB EENT Desirable furnished room.
Mrs. L. G. Coombs, Ballground.
FOE EENT Three-room houso on Nob
hill. Call at this office.
FOE EENT Furnished room for two
men. Call at Mrs. Johnson, Blake St.
FOE EENT Four-room new plastered
houso closo in. Call W. W. Kyle.
FOE EENT Furnished front room for
lady or gentleman. 539 South Hill
FOE SENT Nicely furnished, very
comfortablo room, opposite Dominion
FUENISHED rooms for rent at No. 179
South Pine street, in rear of Domin
FOE EENT Ten-room house; lavatory
in evory room; just completed. In
quire of J. Maurol, box 221.
FOB EENT Thrcoroom housed Apply
Jule Maurel, box 221, or' Cement
FOE EENT Furnished front room with
bath, $10.00 per month. 277 N. High
. .TO TEADE Eaulty in 5-roora houso
First National Bank account. T. T.,
Christmas Cheer Permeates
Our Entire Store
i. ere the prudent shoppers wili assemble; during
the next few weeks to secure their gifts. ,Our holi
day display is of a- nature uniquely and acceptably
You'll find, a different air pervading this storean
air of elegance, of refinement, of metropolitanism so
so desirable. No confusion here. Large, well ar
ranged store. Fine goods in departments especially
constructed for them.- A shoppers' haven that's it.
Old Dominion Commercial Co.
FOE SALE Fivo-room furnished res
idence, Nob Hill. Box 11G5.
FOE SALE Household goods, third
houso from railroad hospital. J.' H.
FOE SALE Old newspapers at this
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Pair of silver framo spectacles,
initials II. A. U. X. on nose-piece.
Howard for return to this office.
"frw w Hrs m
Used in Millions of Homes.1
50 Years the Standard. A
Pure, Cream of Tartar Pow-.
der.1 Makes finest cake
and pastry, light, flaky bis.f.
cuit, delicious griddle cakes,'''
palatable and wholesome.
Note. '- Avoid baking powders made froin.
mum. They look like pure powders, and may
raise the cake, but no one can eat ,food
mixed with alum without risk to health.'
H i .-
Jack and Jill wcro both quito ill,
Now each is well and wisor,
For blues and headaches have to go,
When they take an Early Riser.
jDpWitt'a. Little Early Eiscr Pills arc
sold by Jlannafl Drug Store.
Sowing machines tor rent at J. P.
McNeil 'S'Ftirnituro store, opposito the
Miner's union halI,.GIob6, Ariz.
juook Who's Horo
Onslow & O'Brien, two real comed
ians, aro here and will delight tho
crowds at .the Iris tonight.
Meals served Southern stylo.
Lon Sanders, Proprietor
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High-Class Imported and
Wines and Liquors Domestic Cigars
Wo cater to tho family trade;
ladies and children especially
Lady Orchestra in Attondanco
basement ' of teust
WJM. WELCH &
The choicest meats in the
city.. Out of the trust and
Odr order man at your door
in a moment's notice and the
delivery boy. , does prompt
Don't you want to try the
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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
The Eagle- Restaurant
NAQUIN'S OLD STAND I
House completelyovcrhauled; newly painted and papered; new f"rlil
ture; imiuaculnle .tablp linen; good silvorwaro nnd njco dishes. Finest Jj
and cleanest kitchen in !he city. GiVo us a cnll and you will bo rcguar
J DROP IN TODAY
F. L JONES & S
FuiiatU Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE: 174 S. Broad St.
?A.J.i . Tfllenhon 432
RESIDENCE: 346 S. Hill SI
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