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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Fridayj December 6, 1907
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ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning except Monday.
Admitted to tho mails as second class
SILVER BELT PUBLISHING CO.
Member of tho Associated Press
Daily, by mail, ono year $7.50
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Weekly, ono year ........ . . .... 2.50
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in caso of non-delivery of tho dally,
Advertising rates made known on application.
,U NO NyA BE L
Congressman Burton of Cleveland
probably feels moro at homo than ovor
Tho only redeeming featuro of tho
Boise, Idaho, trials is tho absenco of
lengthy hypothetical questions.
There is no especial - significance in
tho recall of Ambassador Aoki except
that the gentleman has lost a fat job,
Mrs. Bradley ist going to Goldfield
rWith hor and federal troops there at
tho saino time, Goldfield ought to bo a
Secretary Taft seems to have mado
quite a liit in St. Petersburg. But Sen
ator Forakor is satisfied that thero aro
more votes in Ohio.
Homc-mado money is being taken out
of circulation in El Paso, Tucson and
other southwestern cities. Shows that
tho financial relief is slowly making its
Wo can assure tho federal probors
now present in Globo that there is no
probability of their misunderstanding
the interpreter in their invctigations
.before the federal grand jury.
"Tho railroad that doesn't run a din
ing, car these days is not giving tho
public fair service," says tho El Paso
Herald. We should say that it is de
cidedly unfaro service.
Local mining operations arc grad
ually resuming normal proportions
With a largo increase in tho forco of
men and the addition of another fur
naco to smelter operations, the Old Do-
minion is rapidly getting back to where
it was before tho big slump began.
Governor Sparks seems to have been
somewhat premature in asking tho gov-.
ernment'for troops for Goldfield. His
reason for doing so "to protect both
classes" sounds rather ridiculous. The
governor is apparently afraid that the
two classes will hurt each other.
There is some consolation to bo do
rived from tho fact that President
Koosevelt remained silent on the state
hood question. His followers in both
houses will not feel constrained to voto
against Senator Stono's bill for tho
separate admission of Arizona, through
fear ofj opposition on tho part of the
THE CRIME OF SUICIDE.
It is a sad commentary upon tho
bravery of a man when ho commits
suicide on account of financial diffi
culties. In olden times it was esteemed
a bravo thing to run upon a sword
when fortuno had done her worst. Some
ofltho catastrophes pictured by the an
cients left little, indeed, for tho over
whelmed mortal to do but to slit tho
thin-spun life. The vicissitudes of mod
cm life, however, aro not so terrible,
and tho loss of money is, in this coun
try, tho poorest possible excuso for sui
cide. If there is any place in tho world
whero reverses aro blessings in dis
guise it is tho United States. Some
times a man is up and down half a
dozen times. Sometimes his setbacks
aro tho best fortune that could overtako
him, setting him into new paths and
making a man of him.
Tho man who commits suicido over
money matters is a poor stick. Thero
is a yellow streak in him. Ho may have
posed as a bravo and honorable man,
but his taking off advertises him a cow
ard. Usually he is a man of fam
ily. H!s wifo and children cling to
him through any kind of adversity,
sweetening his lot and oncouraging him
to face tho worst that can come. Yet,
with a selfishness that is not found
among tho brutes, ho cringes in tho
face of disaster and skulks out of
life, leaving a weak woman and trem
bling children to fnco what ho has been
afraid to facel And, worse than that,
they must faco it with tho added shamo
of his cowardly desertion of them.
Every man, rich or poor, has respon
sibilities which ho must honor if he
is a man. His life is not his own. Ho
is a fighter on a fort, charged with
guarding a certain spot in order that
harm shall not como to others. It is
his duty to fight all comers, and, if
pressed backward, still to fight! While
ho is on guard, tho fort is safe; and
while his heart and brain aro on guard,
ho is safe, for nothing can conquor
them but his own treacherous and cow
ardly hand. If ho takes his own life,
he outrages naturo by making his hand
a traitor to his brainj and tho betrayal
of tho watchman opens tho fort to tho
destroyers. So tlio suicide's hand
strikes a mnrdorous blow ut his own
Tho duty imposed upon mon cannot
pormit them to act as cowards and
traitors without imposing upon society.
A suicido commits n crime against his
fellows when ho dodges a burden and
makes them shoulder it. Suicido is a
crime from nny point of viow a pecu
liarly despicablo and heinous outrago
of divino and human 'law. It should
bo held in utter detestation, and tho
law should sovcroly punish an attempt
at suicido. For, in such a caso death
does not square all, but piles up hor
rible debts that must be- paid by tho
living. -Washington Post,
TIES A COUPLE
SHOTS AT JUDGE
JUDGE F. W. FIOKETT jjlTATES
THAT ATTEMPT WAS MADE
TO KILL HIM
A fionsntional oncountcr too
last ovoning just a short distnn
Captain John Boyd, aged 80, a nativo
ofrlrelnnd, and a pioneor of Arizonn, is
dead at Prcscott. Captain Boyd was
ono of tho originnl discovorors of tho
great United Vordo group of mines,
and was a historic character of tho
west. For many years ho was identi
fied with tho mining and salt interests
Frank Itpbinson, tho Joromo youth
arrested at Phoenix n numbor of "flays':
ago on a chargo of rape, tho nlleged
victim having been a girl by tho namo
of Logan, a former inmato of tho re
formatory, has been discharged from
custody after a series of hearings in
different justices' courts.
Bass fishing in Peck's lake, near
Jerome, is said to have been ,tho best
in years during tho past season, which
closed tho 1st of Dccomlxjr.
Frank Ferguson, n,n old-timo mine en
gineer, and well known throughout tho
ontiro torritory, died recently in Ely,
Many car loads of Sonora oranges aro
crossing tho lino at No gales, bound for
points in Canada.
A new political party, to bo known
as tho Independents, has been organized
at Douglas. Attorney John McGowan
is ono of the head pushers.
By the explosion of a water gauge
in the cab of his engine, Engineer Hen
ry Locvcn of Douglas may lose tho
sight of his loft- eye. Flying glass bad
ly cut tho optic. ,
Hew II. W. Nico will supply tho Ban-.
tist pulpit at Douglas next yenr during'
the absence ot the regular pastor, Jtov.
C. C. Young, who will take n year's
A lato report from Prcscott says that
Ed. Vickcrs, recently badly injured in
a mine explosion at Bouse, will recover.
A big union revival of large propor
tions, in chnrgo of Bow J. Q. A. Henry
of Los Angeles, will commenco in Phoe
nix tonight. The church people aro
very enthusiastic over the outlook.
0. C. Smith, a pioneer citizen of
Tombstone, recently died in the hospital
No now cases of small pox have de
veloped in Bisbc recently and tho
health officers announce that they havo
tho disease under control.
Typhoid fever is much less prevalent
in Douglas than for a number of
Tho board of education of tho Tempo
Normal havo rojected all bids for the
construction of a now science building.
Nono of tho bids were within tho stip
ulated amount, $30,000, and new bids
will bo callod for.
Yavapai county has a balance of $93,
3S2.31 in tho hands of its treasurer.
Preparations are beingjnndo ,to start
tho Arizona smelter ajfeumboldt.'
Tucson banks think they will bo able
to resume cash payments in a week
or ten days.
Pima county has lost the narrow
gaugo bond suit in tho United States
supremo court and will now( appeal the
matter to congress.
Tucson aldermen havo against side
stepped the Vcd light district issues and
tho purity league is up in arms.
Vic Griffith of Tucson has secured
tho cement contract, amounting .to $15,
000, for tho new school building at
Pima county will 3rcct a bridgo over
tho Billito at a cost$7,000.
Warren district mine operators will
bo forced to pay off ngain in eastorn
checks. Eastern bankers aro not ready
to send cash to tho west.
Bow H. M. Shields has resigned as
pastor of tho Episcopal church at Bis
Phoenix merchants aro pulling hard
ir Xmns tr:i1n iiml nil nf thn nnwsnn-
pers aro loaded to tho guard with holi-
Jack and Jill wcro both quite ill,
Now each is well and wiser,
For blues and headaches havo to go,
wiion they tako an Early Eisor.
DoWitt's Littlo Early Riser Pills aro
sold by Hanna's Drug Store.
Storago room phono 601.
Sewinc machines for rent at J. P.
McNeil's Furnituro storo. onnositn tho
Miner's union hall, Globe, Ariz.
tho hospital, botweon Judge P. vj". Pick
ott and Jnmos Burko, in whicji it is
nlleged that Burko fired two xiUo shots
at Fickott, says tho Tucsou Oitiiicn.
As a result a warrant was sworn out
for tho arrest of Burko on a chargo of
attempting to kill.
Tho difficulty started ovor a road
which Bifrko claims runs through his
plncc. This road is used ,by tho oro
teams that run from tho Old Pueblo,
initio of which Judge Fickott is in
According to Judge Fickott, his team
stors havo boon annoyed by Burko, who
claimed that thoy woro not entitled to
uso tho road. Ho stated that ho had
soon Burko and that tho lattqr had de
manded pay for tho uso of tho road,
claiming that it ran through private
property. Ho said ho declined to pay
nnything, romarking that tho road was
a public highway.
Last ovoniug whon Judgo Fickott
was driving toward tho mino ho wound
brush on tho road. Hitching his horso,
ho started for Burko 's house.
Thon ho says Burko fired two shots
at him with a riflo, but beforo ho could
firo a third shot Burko wa overpowered,
Judgo Fickott took tho jinn" nway from
tho man and broke it ov.or his wagon.
Whon ho arrived in tho city this fore
noon ho sworo to tho Avarrant charging
Burko with attempting to kill him. Tho
caso will bo heard in Justice Scott's
MR. BRYAN'S POPULARITY.
Analyzed by a Paper Unablo ta Bolipvo
Ho Can Bo Elected.
Tho fundamental reason of the per
sistence of Mr. Bryan's popularity for
his uniquo position in. tho party is sim
ply a rollectiou of Jiis .popularity lies,
of courso, in tho circitmstaneu that tho
masses of tho people havo sot it down
as a fixed fact that ho was their cham
pion from the beginning, against, the
forces of plutocracy. In tho fnco of a
simple, clear conviction of this kind,
matters of dotnil count for very little.
When his terrible indictments of "tho
money power" nnd his dire portrayals
of the inevitable horrors of tho gold
standard wore falsified by events, there
was little or no falling off in tho en
thusiasm of his adherents. In'thc courso
of time, indeed, an impression disas
trous to his prestige might have been
made by the long period of prosperity
which Camo to tho country after his de
feats, had it not been for two circum
stances tho revelation of tho corrup
tion and recklessness that formed part
of that dobaueh of prosperity, and the
adoption by President icoosevcit oi ho
largo part of Mr. Bryan's program.
Either of these things would havo gone
a great way to sustain tho reputation
of tho Xobraskan and give him a re
newed hold on his following; tho two to
gether sufficed to place him a year or
two ago, not only upon as good a foot
ing as ever with those who had been his
admirers, but on a distinctly bettor
footing than ever with the more con
servativo elements of tho community.
Tho Dogs of St. Bernard
Again has one of tho glorious dogs
of tho St. Bernard vindicated tho Intel
ligence that place that animal at the
ton of all bruto creation.
Ono hundred years ago thero was a
great woolly dog attached to tho lios
prico upon tho crest of tho mountains
separating Switzerland from Italy that
immortalized tho namo of Barry by res
cuing travelers lost in the snows of tho
road over the pass of St. Bernard. I his
suggested tojho good monks to teach
the intelligent animals to seeks travel
ers lost in tho mountains. Since that
timo the dogs havo been bred with that
object in view and tho strain of the
original "Barry of tho Great St. Ber
nard," as ho is known in dog biograph
ical dictionaries "Who's Who in Dog.
land" hag been preserved.
Only a few days ago a lineal descend
ant of tho famous Barry, engaged in a
quest of possible rescue, saved three
Italians who would ,havo perished.
A strange thing about tho St, Ber
nard dog is that ho docs not thrive in
our climate. Experts, like William C.
Boick, have found these dogs oxtrcmoly
difficult to raise. Thoy succumb to
pneumonia and many other ills brought
on by cold weather. Originally com
ing from a placo very near tho eternal
snow-lino,, ono would supppso them to
bo proof against any amount of cold;
but polnr bears that aro pampered with
homes in our zoological gardens gener
ally dio of lung troubles. Esquimos
brought to Groton, Conn., by theTyson
party died if they remained. Dogs from
Greenland do not survive our winters,
as a rule. Julius Chambers in tho
Physicians havo at last bponod the
eyes of tho public to tho dangers of tho
dust with which tho air of' our cities is
laden." Thoy havo mado experiments
and observations which provo beyond
the shadow of a doubt that dust is res
ponsible for much of our ill health.
Tho lungs of tho country maiden aro
pink and pure; thoso of tho shopgirl
aro generally clogged with dust. When
tho sharp dust particle sentor tho lungs
thoy tnak'o incisions which qtinblo mi
crobes to obtain a footing.
AVo shall never bo ablo to abolish
dust, but we can lessen tho nuisanco by
adopting moro sanitary methods in tho
cleaning of our streets and houses. Too
often tho plnn followed is simply to
movo tho dust from tho ground or floor,
into tho atmosphere.
By sprinkling our streets with wator,
and our floors with tea leaves, wo' do
much to prevent this unhoalthful state
of nffairs. London Answers.
Don't forgot tho dance at Maurel's
hall Saturday nigh.t, givon by J. E.
O'Noil. " ' , V '. '
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J. P. McNEIL
The Home Furnisher
Has been and will continue to be the big
thing at this store. We riiake 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 price
not quoted by any other dealer in the city.
Our Year End Sale is proving a won
derful success. People come to investi
gate and stay to buy. You know what
that means-.-right prices, right goods.
J i AVICI 1 JZLilJL
The Home Furnisher
Make Your Wants Known Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
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subsequent Insertion. liv tno montn. 81.00 oer line. No ad insertciVfor lew than so cent. All
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WANTED Girl to do general house
work in English family. Apply 101
WANTED -Experienced dining room
girl. Call at tho Moody housue, North
Globe. Mre. Boso Witt, proprietor.
WANTED Five-room house, partly
furnished. Small family, no children.
State location and price. Address A,
Silver Belt office.
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Employment Agency DcpJ.
Laborers, $2.50 nnd eight hours work.
Itoliable help furnished free of chnrgo
on short notice.
FOE KENT Ecal Estate Dcpt.
Two and 0-room houses', furnished.
Two, 3 and 0-room houses, unfurn-
For Sale Lots from" $35 "up.
Houses with lots, $225 and up.
NICK MILICK, Agent, Jtoom 23,
Trust building. J.
FOK EENT Boom in tho Postofflce
building. Apply at Silver Belt office.
FOE EENT Fivcroom house. Apply
at 350 South Sutherland street.
FOE EENT Furnished room for two
men. Call at Mrs. Johnson, Blake St.
FOE EENT Desirable furnished room.
Mrs". L. G. Coombs, Ballgrouiiid.
FOE EENT Three-room houso on Nob
hill. Call at this office.
FOE EENT A four-room furnished
house. Address D. J., electric plant.
FOE EENT Furnished rooms ; also fur
nished housekeeping rooms, 320 E.
FOB EENT Four-room new plastered
house close in. Call W W. Kyle.
FOE EENT Furnished front room for
lady or gentleman. 039 South Hill
FOB SENT Nicely furnished, very
comfortablo room, opposite Dominion
FOE EENT Ten-room houso; lavatory
in pvcry room; just completed. In
quire of J. Maurcl, box 221.
FOE EENT Three-room house. Apply
Jule Maurcl, box 221, or Ccuiont
FOE BENT Furnished front room with j
bath, $10.00 per month. 277 N. High
. .TO TEADE Equity in 5-room house
First National Bank account. T. T.,
Christmas Cheer Permeates
Our Entire Store
liere the prudent shoppers will assemble during
the next few weeks to secure their srifts. Our holi
day display s of a nature uniquely and acceptably
You'll find a different air pervading this store an
air of elegance, of refinement, of metropolitan ism 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 Five-room furnished res
idence, Nob Hill. Box 1105.
Lon Sanders, Proprietor
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 nosc-piccc.
Eeward for return to this office.
Thought Ho Was Up in tho Air.
Surrounded by a mob of curious
but delighted people, a man walked up
Market street late Saturday night bal
ancing himself on tho car rail like a
tight-rope walker. f Ignoring wagons
and street car drivers whose drivers
wcro demanding a clear track, tho equil
ibrist slowly and carefully picked his
way up the strqet, never veering from
"Is ho crazy, or simply paying a
bet?" querie'd, ,tho crowd. At Tenth
and Market Vtrc'ets tho rail walker was
halted by a policeman, who asked him
what ho was doing. At first tho man'
refused to answer, but when the po
liceman threatened to arrest hint ho
said: "I'm a structural iron workor,
and I thought I was up on a girder
twenty stories from tho ground. Whon
I get jagged tho only placo I can walk
is on tho'car rail'."1 Philadelphia Press.
Worth doing is worthYdding well. If
you wish to bo surcd of Ehcumatism
uso Ballard's Snow Liniment nnd you
will bo "well cured." A positivo euro
for Sprains, Neuralgia, Bruises, Con
tracted Muscles and all tho ills that
flesh is heir to. A. G. M. Williams,
Navasota, Texas, writes:
"I havo used Snow Liniment for
sprained ankle and it gave tho beat of
satisfaction.' I always .keep it in the
Sold by tho Palaco Pharmacy.
Wines and Liquors
Alfred Benjamin Clothing sold at
Lantin's. A largo stock of boys' and
children's clothing now sold at cost at
' Thero is something about Kcnnody's
Laxativo Cough Syrup that makc9 it
different from others, as it causes a freo
yet gentle action of tho bowels through
which tho cola is lorced out opuio sys
tem. At tho samo timo it hoairrita
tion and allays' inflammation3 tho
throat and lungs. It is pleasant to take.
Children like -it. Contains lio opiates
nor narcotics. Sold by Hanna's Drug
No well-bred millionaire boasts of his
Whon a man is full, ho isn't fully
.lustico, it would seem, is both blind
Wise is ho who kicks only nt tho
things that, can't kick back.
A woman can koop a secret if nobody
cares' who thor she does or not.
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Is ono of Olobo's oldost and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
his lino. Call and bo convinced.
"I hear you had somo very aceom-J
"Did we? Say, wo had ono fellow
who could put a champagne goblet into
.his mouth and then whistle." Louis
Watch our window for holiday bar
gains: Van Wagoncn & Co. store.
Wo framo picture's1." "NaqUin & Co.
Deep tearing or wrenching pains, oc
casioned by getting wet through; worso
when at rest, or' on first moving tho
limbs and in cold or damp weather, is
cured quickly by Ballard's Snow Lini
ment. Oscar Oleson, Gibson City, 111.,
writes: "A year ago I 'was' troubled
with a pain in my b'aGkfT It soon got
so bad I could not bbriW'Sve?. Ono bot
tle of Ballard's Snow Liniment cured
me." Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
O. K. Livery Stables
General Livery and Feed Stables
Gaited Saddle Horses....Phone 481
QUICK SERVICE AND GOOD RIGS
Phone 481 VY. P. KELSEY, Mgr. Globe, Arizona j
I The Eagle Restaurant
f NAQUIN S OLD STAND
jjj House completely overhauled; newly painted and papered; new fufRl
4. turo; immaculate tablo linen; good silvcrwaro and nico dishes. Finest
and cleanest kitchen in the city. Give us a call and you will bo re;?ui-r' f
I DROP IN TODAY f
F. L JONES & S
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE: 174 S. Broad St. RESIDENCE: 346 S. Hill St
Tclephono 432 Telephone 433
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