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Friday, December 6, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BE1.
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Moals served Southern stylo.
H Wo cater to tho family trade;
ladios and children especially
u Lady Orchestra in Attcndanco
BASEMENT OF TRUST
WM. WELCH & CO. i
" i,y hwwmi iicsaoians
C39 Broad Streot WATCH US GROW
Good to Eat
Doa't forget to place your poultry or
der! with us. Turkeys, Ducks, Chick
ens, fancy Broilers and Spring Chick
f - 'av on haud.
Limburger, Swiss and Cream
Oysters in Bulk and Can
Genuine Sheep and Lamb always to
be had at tho Central MArket. For a
nuaro deal and treatment call at
The Central Meat
JOE RYAN, - Manager
and Heating Co.
P. L. EUTZ, H. W. TITUS,
Ma oger. Sec.-Trcas.
Opp. Kinney House, Mesquite st.
-W-Li BmsbW -""'-' '
Latest, safest and most improved
model guaranteed for economy and re
Lability; simplest scientific cngino built.
MINING AND IRRIGATION
Sold and installed on absoluto guar
DR. L. ALBERT COMBS
Veterinary Surgeon, Dentist and Grad
uate Royal Collcgo of Edinburg,
Teat all curable disoascs of domes-
-tpimals. Offices, Barclay, Higdon
Residence, the whito houso on
o East streot. Call and examine
diplomas at stable. .Examination
f at office. ,
SULTAN & WAYNE
141 North Broad Street
P. 0. Bos 8G7
GEORGE K. FRENCH
Assay er and Chemist
H. E. BIERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
Southern Grill jl lull i
SS iJ 1 fJ,. ,nl
-W.HI.W n ,-,
ING AND STOCKS
I FAILURE IS
ISE OF FLURRY
MARKET AFFECTED BY CLOSING
OF KANSAS CITY BANK COP
PER FIRM AT HOME.
NEW YORK, December 5. Transac
tions opened weak on tho stock ex
change today on tho face of rather for
midnhlo intelligence of tho closing of
tho leading bank of Kansas City. The
effect si didn't much outlast tho fust
Effective supoprt today in tho face
of the Kansas City novvs drovo u largo
olemont of tho persistont short inter
ests to cover and added materially to
raising tho lovol of prices. Profession
alism in tho market was indicated by
tho imjmtienco to rcalizo profits in to
day's advance, which caused a relin
quishment of much of tho day's gains
in tho course of tho Inst hours tf trad
NEW YORK, Dccombor 5. Copper
declined to G0, 17s (id for spot ard G1,
10s for futures in London. Loca ly tho
market was dull nnd without change,
with Lake 13.37 to 13.02, Ehetro
lytic 13.12 to 13.33, Casting 12.S7
Lead was unchanged at 21 in Loudou
and ruled weaker and lower locally at
4.35 to 4.45.
English iron was higher and locally
no change was reported.
IN A STEEL MILL DISTRICT.
Life of Mon Who Daily Faco Doath for
a Few Dolalrs.
Immediately west of tho mills of tho
Illinois Steol company, at South Chi
cago, there is a colony about thrco
quartors of a mile long, and a quarter
of a mile wido which has no counterpart
anyw)ioro on tho globe. There are in
that colony from 7,000 to 10,000 men
of thirty difforout nationalities, speak
ing in thirty tliftoront tongues, and liv
ing in thirty different ways.
To tho stranger it might seem as if
tltes thirty countries had each sent a
numbor of thoir men as exhibits for a
sort of international living museum
But this is not the case. The mon wero
drivon from homo by povorty, nnd thoy
fame to South Chicago to work in tho
steel mills and hotter their conditions.
Nearly all of them nru men in tho prime
of life under thirty. Tho groator part
of them uro unmarried, and of those
who aro married but a small number
havo tltair families here.
Most of them stay here a cortain
period, savo a few dollars, and roturn
to their native land, whoro thoy spend
the i wit of their days tilling tho soil six
days in the week and tolling the won
dens they have scan in "Amoritsa" on
the sovonth day over a glass of vodka
or a jug of kvas.
A few having families in this coun
try work until thoy are incapacitated,
either by accident or through natural
causes, or until thoy reach tho ago limit
forty-flvo to fifty. Then thoy livo
on what their children earn or else
they keep boarders. Of the 0,000 or
7,000 immigrants of the Slavic races,
about 500 aro listed by tho company
as boing able to speak English. To tho
rest tho .English language and Amer
ican customs are scaled books.
To the superficial obsorvor tho lifo
of most of those immigrants may seem
primitive. Thoy wear tho same shirt
for weeks. They seldom undress when
thoy go to bed, ospccially those working
at night and sleeping in tho daytime.
Bathhouse arc unknown in that vicin
ity and tho congestion in tho houses
whero thoy livo is more than most civil
izod men hnving an income of $10 or
$12 a week, as those pcoplo have, would
But this unnatural life, unnatural
even to them, is tho result, not of sav
agerj', but of tho strango conditions
and harsh suroundings with which they
are confronted upon their arrival here.
America to thorn is not a country for
pooplo to livo in, to havo homes, and
families, but moroly a country to work
in, to mako a few dollars in, and to
got out of as fast as one can. .
Logondary heroos braved the dragon
in thoir search for golden hoards. iTKcso
mill workors, mon of more or less prim
itive instincts, coming from primitive
environments, brave tho dragons of
modorn progress and industry, the most
complex and dnngerous machinery, to
oarn a few dollars with which to pay
back taxes and redeem their soil from
tho hands of an oppressive and despotic
European regime. Duty and necessity,
notfmlventurc, bind them to their task,
anuntio minute those duties and neces
sities aro mot thoy leave tho mills and
furnaces for the moro congenial life of
their native villages.
The supervisor of labor of tho Illinois
Steol company says that this hetero
geneous population is "peaceable, quiet,
honest, industrious, and intelligent."
A policoman was watching a crowd of
Bulgarians, Servians, Croatian, nnd
goodness knows how many other na
tionalities, as thoy wero entering tho
gate, took a slightly different view of
"Much home life, among them?" ho
"Homo life? 1 should say so. They
livo twenty-five nnd thirty-fivo in ono
room, so there must bo homo life," he
answered not without a shudder. Tho
policeman then told of certain places
in the neighborhood where nearly 100
people lived in the same spaco and num
ber of rooms which an American work
inglimn's family of five would occupy.
DoWitt'rf Carbolizcd "Witch Hazel
Salvo don't forget tho name, and ac
cept no substitute. Oct DoWitt's. It's
good for piles. Sold by Hanna's Drug
Good soft coal delivered in ton lot3
at $12 por ton. Globo Hardware do.
ASSAILANTS FLED AND SEARCH
SO FAR HAS BEEN WITHOUT
SUCCESS VICTIMS ARE WELL
KNOWN IN PHOENIX.
Deputy Shorift W. T. Williams of
Gila Bend arrived in Phoenix this
morning, bringing with him 'John Ryan
and Pete Cannon, two miners, who wero
soriously injured in an assault commit
ted upon thom on tho night of Thanks
giving day, near Dondora, says tho Ga
zotte. Their assailants liave not yet
Tho assault was a particularly bru
tal one. While asleep two mon crept
upon Ryan and Cannon and hit them
in tho head. Ryan was knocked from
sloop into unconsciousness by a blow
from an ax. Cannon put up a fight,
but was subdued with a pick.
Ryan and Cannon havo been work
ing at a mino near Pcndora, which is
about thirty miles northeast of Gila
Bend. For n time they had as a com
panion Jim Cnnnily, a hard drinker
and an all-around worthless character.
Ho was of litle value as a workman,
nnd Mrs. Dora Rowloy of Gila Bend,
tho owner of tho mine, discharged him
from her employ. Canady was very
angry and for some reason blamed
,yan and Canady for tho loss of his
job, but ho novcr had any particular
trouble with either of them, and just
bqforc ho loft was given fivo dollars
h,v Canady, who know ho was penui
Canady went to Gila Bend nnd
stayed there for a time, taking up with
n hobo whoso name is unknown. Ho
ovidontly persuaded the knight of tho
road to help him avenge his fancied
worngs, for on tho night of Thanksgiv
ing day, about midnight, tho assault
Ryan novor know what hit him until
it was nil over. He was horribly cut
about the head, with tho blade of the
axe, and the shock of tho first blow
loft him unconscious.
Cannon, howover, was not so badly
injured and put up a fight. Ono of
tho brutal assailants held him, while
tho other put him temporarily out of
commission with a pick.
Cannon was not unconscious loug.
Ho was merely stunned and was able
to crawl down the side of tho moun
tain about a mile and a half to tho
head of tho Dondora canal, where four
men wero working, and summon help.
Ono of the four men immediately left
for Gila Bend to get Deputy Sheriff
Williams, and jn a short time returned
with him, Josiah Anderson and two
Early next morning the two extra
mon started back to Gila Bend with
the injured, while Williams and An
derson started out to track Canady
and his companion. Tho flcoing cou
ple wero on foot and had mado straight
across the mesa to tho railroad, twelve
miles out. Here all trace of them was
lost. They may have taken a train
either cast or west.
Both Cannon and Ryan are well
known here, having spent some time
loafing about town beforo going to
Dondora. They were ablo to talk fair
ly well when they arrived hero this
morning, but it will take somo time
for them to get jnto condition again.
They wero sont'to tho county hospital
to be cared for by Dr. Hughes.
Thcro is not the slightest doubt that
Canady and his hobo pal intended to
kill tho two miners, and probably bo
lievcd they succeeded.
A Woman Director.
Miss Mary E. Orr, assistant, treas
urer and director of the Remington
Typewriter company, is tho first wo
man ever to enter tho directorate of a
great American corporation, Tho fact
that she has dono so simply by her
own efforts is also a wonderful phaso
of her lifo story. Defining with a
salary of $0 t week, with no influence,
no "pull," no relatives to advance her,
slio has placed herself with tho few
remarkable business women of the
world. Succes) Magazine.
UNDER UNWRITTEN LAW.
Safeguards oh Civilization Destroyed
by Recent Rulings.
Tho recent Jicquittal of Judgo Loving
(in "Virginia) is of tremendous medico
legal importance, and of vital interest
not only to the general practitioner, but
to tho psychologist ns well. It is now
a legal precedent that all a murderer
need ostablislifor ayalid defense, is
true or perjured testimony that ho Avas
told tho victim had assaulted or at
tempted to assault a member of tho mur
dorer's family. Tho prosecution is not
permitted to provo that tho testimony is
perjury and thnt tho talo was novcr
told. It cannot even prove that, if it
is true testimony, tho talo as originally
told to tho murderer was false. It is
accepted that intense emotion aroused
by the recital of tho true or fictitious
wrong, unbalances tho mind to such an
oxtcnt that responsibility 'ceases, and
that tho emotion is too great to expect
a man to find out if tho story is true.
The safeguards of civilization arc
destroyed, for no ono is now safe. In
wild communities a newly mado widow
sometimes receives an apology from a
lynching committee when thoy havo
made a mistake, but tho wholo fabric
of civilized law is to mako such mis
takes impossible. Tho very basis of
law and older is tho invariable ruling
that a man is responsible for his acts,
and if in hot blood ho kills without le
gal reason, ho must suffer tho penalty of
imprisonment to dotor others from giv
ing way to their passions. If a man is
of such a nervous organization that ho
is unablo to restrain his passions, ho
is unfit to bo at large, for ho is liable'
to kill many moro American Medicine
SON GETS ESTATE
HISTORY OF NOTED REVOLUTION
ARY LEADER WHO PROVED TO
BE A CHARLATAN AND SPY.
ST. PETERSBURG, December 5.
Property valuqd nt about 100,000 rou
bles, which had belonged to Fr. Gapon,
tho murdered priest, and which had
been confiscated by tho government,
was turned ovdr to tho only son, Alexis,
by tho high court hero today. Thus
cuds tho Gapon drama, ono of tho most
stirring ever enacted upon tho Russian
The son of the hero of "Bloody Sun
day" was not a follower of his father.
Certain it is that ho was not a traitor
either t'o the workingman or to tho
bureaucracy, as was tho dead unfrock
ed priest. Cortain it is that he was
not connected with any movement
against tho "Little Father," otherwise
ho would novcr have received tho goods
of his father. Ho was practically un
known up to tho timo of presenting his
Prior tq January 22, 1005, tho name
or ir. Uapon was hardly known out
side tho little villages not far from St.
Petersburg. It is truo that ho had lived
at tho capital, for two years boing n
priest of tho Greek church. But his
mission was among tho workingmen of
tho city, and none knew of his de
termination to lead tho workingmen in
their demand upon tho czar for a right
ing of their alleged wrongs.
On the morning of Sunday, January
22, 3005, Fr. Gapon, nt tho head of
about 20,000 men, women and children,
attempted to get an audienco with tho
czar. Ho was at the Winter palaco and
they marched through tho streets al
most up to tho Narva gate. This was
guarded by a company of infantry nnd
a company of cavalry.
When tho citizens were within about
50 yards of tho soldiers, tho cavalry
dashed through tho marching thousands,
cutting and killing right and left. Then
tho infantry fired into the moving mass.
Men, women and children wero killed
and wounded. But Dr. Gapon escaped
unharmed and was takeu to a nearby
house where he was kept hidden for a
Bccamo a Spy.
Real leaders of tho revolutionary
movement in Russia, who livo outside
tho country, welcomed Fr. Gapon. They
soon found him to bo a charlatan. He
soon, on his part, saw that ho could
not impose on them much longer. When
ho realized that no longer could he poso
as a modern Savonarola, ho joined the
polico as n spy.
This was his death seal. Ho en
tered into negotiations with a group of
tho "fighting organization" of the ter
rorists, though' Rutenbcrg, ono of the
leaders, by which the secrets of the
latter wero to be betrayed, through Fr.
Gapon to tho government. Gapon went
to Ozerki to concludo tho business when
he was knocked down and then hanged
by Rutenbcrg and four companions.
His body was afterward found sus
pended from the ceiling in the house.
Birth and Education.
George Gapon was born in Pollova in
1809, tho son of a Ruthcnian peasant
In his boyhooil ho was a shecphcrder,
but ho showed sucb mental ability that
ho wns sent by friends of his family
to school and afterward to n seminary,
where ho studied for tho priesthood.
When ho was in the graduating class
ho was expelled for discussing tho con
dition of tho peasantry. Ho entered
tho priesthood undor limitations which
did not permit him to havo a general
pastorate. About this timo ho wrote
a book ou Christian Socialism, which
tho government suppressed.
He was married, but his wife died a
few years afterward. He then went to
St. Petersburg to complcto his studies
at tho Theological academy. While a
student there ho acted as tho head of
ono of tho branches of an institution
which had for its object tho dissemi
nation of religious knowlcdgo nnd eth
ical teaching among tho working class
es. Ho often mado addresses to fac
tory operators and finally established
tho Workmen's union.
What the Blind Aro Doing
A blind stenographer playing on
raised keys took down with infinite
precision the nppeal which Miss Wini
fred Holt mado yesterday afternoon
from tho platform of tho Society for
Political Study v for public interest in
nnd hcln for tho sicrhtlcss.
Miss Holt, who is tho secretary of
tho New York Association for tho
Blind, which "has found so wanri a
friond in Mark Twain, based her plea
on tho fact that tho blind can work and
want to work. " .
"AVo must stop being fact blind,"
said Miss Holt. "The blind say that '
thoy can do nearly everything that woj
Will let them but paint pictures, and
facts bear them out. Wo had a pupil
eight months ngo who could noithcr
rend nor write. His sudden blindness
had driven him and his young wifo to
despair and povorty. He) now is typ
ing from tho phonograph for a company
which is so woll pleased with him that
it takes him to and from his work in
"When I'nskcd tho head of our tele
phono company to givo a switchboard
for blind pooplo to practico on ho
thought I wns crazy. That was a year
ago. I had the pleasure of writing him
flip other day, nsking for tho installa
tion of a switchboard at our now olliee,
and told him that thoro wero now in tho
city of Now York fivo blind switch
Lots of men aro thoir own Jonahs.
Whero there's n will thcro 'a always
a way to dodgo it
Some people seem to bo affiliated with
selfish generosity. '
Tho man who lives for himself nlono
A woman with a fiery teuipor isn't
Tho less a man thinks of his neigh
bor tho moro ho thinks of himself.
Our idea of a good wifo is ono who
helps her husband with tho housework.
Tho Leathor-handlod Umbrella Now
All tho up-to-dato umbrellas which
Santa Claus will distributo when ho ar
rives in his automobilo this Christmas
will have a now stylo of handle. Urn
bicllas with animal heads ugly enough
to givo timid persons tho shivers have,
it appears, gono by, as have handles
adorned with imitation fruit, such as
cherries, pears, oranges and apples, Tho
very latest rain sheddcrs have leather
covered handles, tho skin chosen being
either suede or crocodile. Probably
somehow tho cost will bo brought uji
to equal that of handles of tortoise shell
.. .1 !.. r, . i. . t i i
mm ivury. u way oven uo raiseu to a
par with tho handles showing heads of
parrots, partridges and cockatoos in
carved ivory with ruby and dinmond
eyes. Now York Press.
'It is pleasant to read of Mr. Bryan
and of Sccretnry Cortclyou introducing j .
, Mi". I7Z S& I before December 20.
Botweon Roosevelt and Bryan thero aro
many points of resemblance and those l .
?Z??3S32Z22&Z5i A chance on the big doll with
clean living and thinking, ai)d high pur
pose. However mon of that kind may
differ in their opinions and theories,
tlinv nun rnpnmiizn nml rosupflt tli nor.
thoy can recognize and respect the per
sonnl qualities of each other. They
aro fino specimens of tho best typo of
American citizenship, and though they
may go wrong occasionally, tho underly
ing foundations of character remain un
shaken. Troublesomo Growth.
"Does tho child over keep still aj.J. $
minutof" asked tho woman as tho MMK'H'!;
youngster sprawled noisily over tho j -
couch in a dozen squirming positions '
at once, it seemed to her,
l T. If . . 1 1 II. flflM
rto, nnowcroii ins immier. i ncy
aro growing when thoy do that, they
'Will you plcaso ask-HiinSto stop
growing," implored tho woman,, "just
for this week while ho is visiting me?"
i:i Paso Herald.
Ofiico of tho Comptroller of tho Cur-
rency, Washington, D. C.
November 9, 1907.
Notice is hereby given to all persons.
woo may iiavo claims against The uiouo
National Bank, Globe, Arizona, that tho
same must bo presented to H. D. Mar
shall, Jr., Receiver, with tho legal proof
thereof, within three months from this
date, or they may bo disallowed.
WM. B. RIDGELY,
Comptroller of the Currency.
We couldn't moneyback
tea, if our tea weren't bet
ter than tea as you know it.
, Your crocer returns your money if you don't
LLe ScUtliac's Best, we pay him ,
The choicest meats in the
Out of the trust and
g prices right.
Our order man at your door
in a moment's notice and the
delivery boy does prompt
Don't you want to try the
Now Is Your Chance hi
To get your hats cleaned and ro- A
blocked. Ladies' and gentlemen's
clothes cleaned, repaired and al- g
tercd for dull timo prices. I uso g
tho French dry cleaning process Q
to clean garments and I guaran- Q
tee all work to bo satisfactory or o
refund your monoy. Yours for 5
fino work, R
j. W. WALTER
Opposite the First National Bank,
roar of Ingram's.
MIAMI FLAT, ARIZ.
Solicits your patronago and guarantees
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc.
Give this popular place a call
Opens Miners Boarding House
Mother Brackin has leased tho Min
er's boarding houso and will bo glad
to sorvo her old friends nnd 'as many
now ones as will appreciate good homo
cooking and neat rooms. Givo mo a
cajl arid I will treat you right.
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NEXT TO THE
Every Hat in the House
MUST BE SOLD BY DECEMBER 20
Present prices of hats
In this great closing
from $2,50 to $9.
NOT A SINGLE
On Dec. 20, Mrs. Fort will
she will spend the holidays,
stock for the Spring trade.
I ipTBTJ Jamestown Exposition
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g Season Ticket
O Sixty-day Ticket
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O VIA NEW YORK IN ONE DIRECTION ONLY O
Season Ticket $97.30
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SALE DATES DAILY UNTIL NOVEMBER 30TH
FINAL RETURN LIMIT ON SEASON TICKET DECEMBER 15TH
For further particulars writo or call on 5
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sale prices will range
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