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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Saturday, December 14, 1907
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ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
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A strenuous effort will bo mndo dur
ing tho present session of congress to
have Now Mexico admitted as a stato.
Similar effort will probably bo mado
to sccuro tho admission of Arizoun, but
Now Mexico has tho better chances.
If Arizona woro admitted as a stato,
two democratic senators would undoubt
edly bo solccted and tho, administration
is still suffering from a similar doso
from Oklahoma. Now Mexico is repub
lican and if admitted two republicans
would bo sent to tho senate. Further
more they would bo republicans who
would. bo with tho party leadors and
who would furthermore offset tho two
Oklahoma democratic votes in tho up
per house of tho national congress.
With these facts in mind, it looks very
much as though Npw Mexico had an
excellent opportunity of early stato
hood and rather than maintain tho ter
ritorial form of government in only
ono territory, congress would bo ready
to admit Arizona in at least the fol
. lowing session.
If New Mexico comes in as a stato,
Delegate Bull Andrews will bo ono of
tho senators and Judge Fall, who lives
in El Paso, but resides at Thrco Rivers,
N. M., would be tho other one. They
will bo with tho party leaders and the
party machine in tho senate would gain
two votes that could always bo do
NATIONAL CONVENTION CITIES.
The west has captured both of tho
big conventions. Only onco since 1800
has a national convention been held
in Now York; that was when the dem
ocrats nominated Seymour in 186S. Chi
cago leads all tho rest as a favored
locality. Lincoln was nominated there"
in 1SS4, Harrison in 1S8S, Cleveland in
1892, Bryan in JS90, and Roosevelt in
1904. Within the same period threo
democratic conventions nnd ono repub
lican havo met in St. Louis. Tilden
in 1876, Cleveland in 1883 and Parker
in 1904, and McKinley in 1890 were
nominated there. Tho republicans havo
twice selected Philadelphia when thoy
nominated Grant in 1872 and McKinley
in 1900 nnd Cincinnati has had two
conventions when Hayes led tho re
publican ticket in 1870 and Hancock
tho democratic ticket in 1S80.
.uammoro's glory as a convention
city has long passed, although Douglas
was nominated there in 1800, Lincoln in
1.804, and Greely in 1872 by tho demo
crats after having been named two
months beforo by tho liberal republicans
in Cincinnati. Tho one-convention cities
arc Minneapolis, where Harrison was
mado tho republican candidate in 1892,
and Kansas City, whero Bryan in 1900
was given his ronomination.
The old folks of Holbrook will cel
ebrate Christmas evo with a pioneer
Great quantities of government stores
aro being taken from Holbrook to Ft.
A now saw mill nnd planer hns boon
installed at Lakeside,- Navajo county.
Yuma reports another box car rob
bery. Sovoral enses of shoes nnd hos
iery and n. quantity of liquor was tnkon.
Tho seal was broken nnd resenlcd so
cloverly as to almost cover tho crime.
Special agents aro working on tho case,
but no cluo has so far boon obtained.
Yuma hns tho proud distinction of
entortaining tho Countess of Moherenc
of St. Brlonc, Franco. Tho royal lady
is en route to tho Gulf of California,
whoro sho hopes to shoot wild bear.
Douglas banks nro paying out con
siderable cash "and a feeling" of optim
ism porvades that city.
It now dovclops that tho mon killed
nt Benson by Conductor Roller of the
Espco woro Mexican rebels.
ish bnllot and saved tho lifo of United
States Marshal Daniel during tho Span-ish-Amoircan
wnr, was rocontly stolen
from tho offlcor's homo ut Tucson.
Cnptain II. L. Applewhite of tho
United States army, now stationed at
Denver, is to bo tho now ndjutant gen
eral of Arizona.
Tho Ellerslio cafe, Douglas, has been
forced to closo its doors by tho present
Edwnrd Stoiuor, n prominent Douglas
Odd Follow, is dead.
Tho Southern Pacific railroad paid
taxes in Pima county this year amount
ing to $25,000. Tho delinquent list for
tho county this year will amount to
about $12,000, four thousand in excess
of last year.
Col. W. C. Grocno has donied tho story
that ho contomplntcd taking up per
manent rcsidonco in Tucson.
S. R. DoLong' hns been named as
post commander of tho G. A. R. post
Tho Douglns high school foot ball
team is playing tho El Paso team in the
Pass City today.
Mrs. Annie Lucas, a popular lady ot
Douglas is reported dead.
Bishop J. M. Kondrick of Phoenix,
in nn interview at Cincinnati stated
that it was his belief that thero was
no show for tho admission of Arizona
during tho present session of congress.
Ho is of tho opinion that Oklahoma will
givo congress all tho new democratic
blood that it will stand for.
Prof. Smith of tho Agricultural ex.
porimentnl station, University of Ar
izona, urges tho use of cement pipes for
irrigating systems. .
Tho Peck's Bad Boy company vis
ited Phoenix recently and tho pcoplo
of that city have had a dnrk brown
tnsto in their mouths ever since.
Tho Elks of Phoenix havo forced Mrs.
Borger from tho Dorris opera houso-and
havo taken possession. Tho building
will bo converted into Elks club rooms.
Tho Associated Charities of Phoenix
will distribute $5,000 among tho needy
poor of that city this winter, and n
warning has been issued to generous
peoplo to bo a littlo discriminate in
G. S. Calles of Flagstaff, was robbed
on a train botweon Prcscott nnd Con
gress Junction of $30. A woman has
been arrested charged with the crime.
Calles says that ho was touched while
Dr. Bay Ferguson of tho territorial
asylum is now receiving treatment in
Kansas city and may not return to Ar
izona for sovoral months.
J. D. Lee, charged with tho murder of
Jack Davis at Lowell, Novembor 0,
1900, was found not guilty by a jury
nt Tombstone. Tho verdict was in
structed by tho court.
For passing a forged check,, Ramon
Alvarez wa,. sentenced to servo ninoty
days in-Hho. county jail by a Lowell
Mrs. J. O. Livingston has secured n
lease on tho Butler hotel nt Lowell.
Two Moxicans attempted an assault
on tho person of Minnlo Clauborg, a
sixtcon-ycar-old girl nt Tucson. Thoy
aro now confined in tho county jail.
And now Tucson has shipped a car
loaded with oranges.
Eleven prisoners escaped through tho
roof of tho Tucson city jail.
Rosslnnd miners union hns ngreed to
a reduction of 12V6 ,Ior cent in their
Joo Nugent 's saloon at Yumn was
burglarized nnd $30 in cnsh.wns taken.
Tho Littlo Dutchman group of claims
in Yuma county havo been bonded to a
Michigan syndicate for $100,000.
Tho Times at Nogalos insists that
pcoplo should not bo permitted to con
gregate in front of storo windows. Tho
merchants may havo contrnry views.
The Yuma Examiner has started a
circulation contest and is giving awny
A diamond ring, valued at $300, was
found under a carpet in a Yuma hotel.
It was lost by a Los Angeles traveling
man several "months ago.
Arthur Bcnnott, a New York banker,
was found dead in bed in a hotel at
Prcscott. It is thought tuberculosis was
tho cause of death.
Is ono of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class In
his line. Call and bo convinced.
Taking thirty-six coyoto scalps, to the
board of supervisors for the bounty, O.
W. Watson of Tempo claims to have
beaten all records in tho matter of coy
oto killing. Thero is a gentleman in
Graham county that may havo some rc
jponso to make.
Tucson hns been allowed two addi
tional lottcr carriers.
MINE OWNERS SHOCKED.
It must havo been a great shock to
tho Goldfield mino owners, when the
commander of tho federal troops re
fused to declaro martial law. They evi-
dently had been banking on tho pro
tection of tho regulars in starting their
mines nnd that thoy were forced to
employ civilian guards was something
of a setback to them. Also their prido
must havo been considerably wounded.
The province of United States troops
is not to give protection to corporations
who become involved with their em
ployes in industrial disputes, even though
United States senators aro morabora of
tho corporations. It is evident that
tho war department was misinformed by
tho Nevada governor in his appeal for
troops, but tho commander of tho reg
ulars could not bo buncoed into taking
a stand against tho strikers, who had
shown no desiro to commit depredations.
It is to bo hoped that tho miners will
continuo to regard tho law in carrying
on their fight and that thoy will uso
tho samo conservatism that has thus far
characterized their behavior.
Tho mino ownors committed a serious
blunder in tho first placo by not start
ing a dynnmito-fest'or train-wrecking
carnival, so that sufficient justification
for tho .presenco of ; troops could bo
shown. There is littlo or no likelihood
that tho history of tho Coeur d'Aleno
or .Colorado labor Wvars is to bo re
peated at Goldfield, but it will not bo
duo1 to tho presenco of United States
Tucson saloon men nro posting con
spicuous signs that no liquor will bo
sold to minors.
Tho Artcraft society is making its
first exhibit in Tucson.
A verdict was given in favor of tho
Journal-Miner in tho $25,000 damage
action brought against that newspaper
by Dr. Dinsdalc. The Journal-Minor
accused tho doctor of being a mine
swindler and now reiterates the state
ment in box car letters across tho en
tiro first page.
An old man had gono to a postoflice
in Mississippi nnd offered for tho mail
a letter that was over the weight spec
ified for n singlo stamp.
"This is too heavy," said tho post
master. "You will have to put another
stamp upon it."
The old darkoy's eyes widened in
astonishment. "Will anudcr stamp
make it any lighter, boss?" ho asked,
Suggest to those who haye procrastinated in the matter of purchasing stoves.-tat- NOW
is about the best time you will have this season to make your purchase; Our
Great Year End Sale
Affords you a wonderful opportunity. In fact the greatest opportunity in the stove selling
history of Globe. We have the largest
stock in Arizona to select from and in
this great sale event price is -no consid
eration. We want you to see our stock
of heating stoves, and while here take a
peepat our cookers and ranges.
Our sales of furniture during the past
two weeks have been tremendous. You'll
mderstand why when you see the goods
and hear the prices. We want to supply
your furniture and house furnishing
Make Your Wants Known Here. Yoa Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under ihU Head lUcenUner line tne tlrst Insertion nnd Scents per line each
subsequent Insertion. Jlv tno month. SI. 00 oer line No aA Inserted' for leis in an .0 cunts. All
ads under this ncd must oe oaid (or in advance. D'hcount Jo regular artvirtl8rf
WANTED Four or five room house
unfurnished. Address M., P. O. Box
WANTED Experienced dining room
girl. Call at tho Moody housuc, North
Globe. Mrs. Hoso Witt, proprietor.
WANTED Fivo-room house, partly
furnished. Small family, no children.
Stato location nnd price. Address A,
Silver Belt office.
FOE EENT Desirable furnished rooms,
$8 nnd up. Mrs. L. O. Coombs, Ball-ground.
FOEHENT Furnishod rooms; also fur
nished housekeeping rooms., 320 E.
FOR BENT Two-room house, cheap.
Jnquiro at American Dye Works, tf
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Employment Agency Dept.
Laborers, $2.50 and eight hours work.
Hclinblo help furnished frco of charge
on short notice.
Jack and Jill were both quite ill,
Now each is well and wiser,
For blues and headaches havo to go,
When thoy take an Early Riser.
DoWitt's Littlo Early Biser Pills aro
sold by Ilanna's Drug Store.
Artist I'd like to dovotc my picture
to a charitable purpose.
Critic Why not givo it to nn in
stitution for tho blind. Answers.
C. D. Thomas, charged with tho mur
der of his brother at Bisbee a number
of months ago, has been acquitted by
a jury in district Court at Tombstone.
Tho Southern Pacific failed to pay its
taxes, amounting to $20,070.80 in Co
chiso county and will now be com
pelled to pay a penalty of $3,070.50.
Tho lato King Oscar of Sweden was
an extensive owner of Arizona copper
properties, tho chief holdings being on
tho Arizona sido of tho Colorado river.
Satisfaction our motto. Wo hnve tho
best equipped paint storo in tho city.
Van Wngencn, next door to tho post
office. Givo us a cnll..
Mrs. Crimsonbeak Did you know,
John, that the smallest bono in your
body is contained in tho drum of your
f Mr. Crimspnbcnk Well, I suppose I
must havo stuck it thero when I was
FOR EENT Seal Estato Dept.
Two and C-room houses, furnished.
Two, 3 and C-room houses, unfurn
ished. For Sale Lots from $35 up.
Houses with lots, $225 and up.
NICK MILTCK, Agent, Boom 23,
Trust Building, Telephone 2101.
FOH RENT Room In tho Postofflce
building. Apply at Silver Bolt office.
FOR RENT Two rooms, partly fur
nished.! Inquire 144 E. Oak.
FOR RENT Flvo-room houso. Apply
nt 359 South Sutherland street.
FOR EENT Furnished room for two
men. Call at Mrs. Johnson, Blake St.
A nervy Phoenix lady was awakened
by tho presence of a burglar in lier
home. Sho arose, secured her husband's
revolver and going to the lower floor,
confronted tho burglar. Pointing tho
pistol at tho intruder,. tho burglar fled.
A Safford schoolteacher was arrested
on a charge of assault and battery, tho
specific olVenso being that of whipping
an unruly boy. Judgo Fonda discharged
Tho Safford schools received
prizes at tho territorial fair.
Bisbco mino operators1 announce that
thoy will pay off in civsh next month.
Conditions aro materially improved in
that city according to a statcmont re
cently made. '
Cough yourself into a fit of spasms
and then wonder why you don't got
well. If. you will only try a bottle of
Ballard's Horohound Syrup your cough
will bo a thing of tho past. It is a pos
itive euro for coughs, influenza, bronchi
tis and all pulmonary diseases. Ono bot-
tlo will convinco you at your druggisi,
2uc, oOc, $1. Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
Landlady I beliovo in lotting cof
fc'o boil thirty minutes. That's tho
only way to get the goodness out of it.
Now Boarder (tasting his and leav
ing it) You succeeded ndmirnbly,
FOE RENT Furnished front room,
heating.stovo, electric light and bath,
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms,
with bath; also furn. house. Mrs. J.
Harvey Harris, 424 S. Hill. Tel. 1391.
FOR RENT Largo store room In rear
of Mrs. Fort's millinery parlors. Eii
trnnce from alley. Apply to Mrs.
FOE EENT Ton-room houso; lavatory
in every room; just completed. In
quire of J. Maurel, box 221.
FOE EENT Threo-room house. Apply j
Julo Maurel, box "21, or Cement;
house. ' tf i
FOE EENT Furnished room. Apply!
to tho White House, 504 N. Broad
Christmas Cheer Permeates
Our Entire Store
1. ere the prudent shoppers will assemble during
the next few weeks to secure their gifts. 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 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.
TO TEADE Equity in 5-room house
First National Bank account. T. T.,
JL . JLon banders, f roprietor
FOR SALE Household goods, third f
house from railroad hospital. J. H. '
-Old newspapers at this
LOST AND FOUND
The , ... ,.
FOR RENT Fivo-room furnished houso
on Nob hill. Call this office.
FOR RENT Six room house; furnished
t or unfurnished. Also four room un
furnished house. Apply Mrs. E. Mcr
ritt, 319 Mosquito street.
FOR EENT Four room furnished
hSuse. D, James, Electric Plant.
LOST Pair of oyo-glasses at tho Irisi
on Thanksgiving night. Return to ,
this offico; rownrd. j
LOST Check for $100 on O. D. Com
mercial Co., drawn- by Globo Jow
clry Co. in favor of G. T. Webster,
not endorsed. Tho jntblic is horcby
notified not to purchase or otherwise
negotiate for tho said check, pay
ment having been stopped.
G. T. WEBSTER.
Wines and Liquors
A Big Novelty.
Tony Kider's tronpo of trained monk-.
oyes aro making tx hit nt the Iris. They
nrc very funny.
We are soiling an. excellent grade of
coal at S12 per ton. Delivered to any
part of the city. Globo Hardware Co.
Tombst6no is alarmed by n number of
diphthoria- cases recently Tcportcd by
tho health department.
Tho report that Bobort, Bowcn 'of
Tempo had lost his rcasoii has been
denied. Bowcn simply hal a scrap
with his mother-in-law. I
Tho wator company, whidh rccontly
secured a frnnchiso nt Nogalcs, has
commenced work on its new system.
Tho Bnyge pipo lino is to tyi restored.
Judge Cass' houso in Douglas was
burglarized and valuable jewelry taken.
A gold watch whieh stopped a Span-
"This popular fiction is all rot. In
real lifo tho girl a father seldom ob
jects to the man of her choice."'
"You'ro wrong there. Ho often ob
ject, but ho's usually too wise to say
anything. ' ' Louisvillo Courier-Journal.
Ring up 372 for a painter. Van Wag.
onon will call on you and givo you a
What's I Aro you having troublo with your
Worth doing is worth doing well. If kidneys! There aro lots of pcoplo today
you wish to bo sured of Rheumatism who wonder why thoy have pains across
uso Ballard's Snow Liniment and you tho back, why they aro tired and lack
will bo "well cured." A positive euro tng in energy nnd ambition. Your kid
for Sprains, Neuralgia, Bruises, Con- noys nro wrong. They necd'rcliof with
tractcd Muscles and all tho ills that out delay. Tako DoWitt's Kidney and
flesh is hoir to. A. G. M. Williams. Bladder Pills; they aro for weak back.
Navasota, Texas, writes:
"I havo used Snow Liniment for
sprained nnklo and it gavo tho best of
satisfaction. I always kcop it in tho
Sold by tho Palaco Pharmacy.
For Sale, For Rent nnd Furnished
Room cards for salo at tho Silver Bolt
office. 10c each, 3 for 25c.
inflammation of tho bladder, backacho
and weak kidnoys. Sold by Ilanna's
Get your winter supply of coal while
wo aro delivering it in ton lots at 312
per ton. Globo Hardwaro Co.
Controlling tho Currency.
If tho worst comes in tho mnttor
of tight money, tho government might
nationalize football. Chicago News.
The dealing: is simple.
If you don't like Schil
ling's Best, it costs you
nothing. . '
Your crocer returns your money If you don't
like It; we pay him '
Thero is something about Konnedy's
Laxative Cough Syrup that makes it
different from othors, .as it cnuscs a frco
yet gontlo action of tho bowols through
which tho cold is forced out of tho sys
tem. At tho samo timo it heals irrita
tion and allays inflammation of tho
throat and lungs. It is pleasant to take.
Childron like it. Contains no opiates
nor narcotics. Sold by 'Hannu's Drug
I am tho man who will, without extra
charge, go anywhere in iho city to take
an acknowledgment, day or night, rain
or shino; nlso draw up deeds, releases,
mortgages nnd wills ut small cost; bug
gy always ready in front of- Brown 's
storo. Phono 441. L. n.. Brown, tho
notary public. ,r tf
TO THE PUBLIC
W. A. Kibboy and Jack Bailey havo
formed a oo-partnorship, combined their
blacksmith shops and in tho futuro will
do business . under tho firm stylo of
Kibbo, Bailoy & Co.,
Owing to the cut made in tho price
of horso shoeing, wo havo decided to
moot it and will shoe horses for $1.50
for plain shoes and $2 for calk shoes.
All other work will bo dono proportion
Our shooing shop, at tho old Globo
livery stable, 441 East Broad street, will
bo in charge of Chns. Bailoy and Davo
Reading, whero you can got your shoo
ing dono in tho best possible way.
Shooing will also bo dono. at tho Bailoy
brick shop on Bono street and at Kib
bo 's Bhop on Cedar streo.t.
Wo havo a good stock afad best mo
chanics in tho city. Sco Wfint you can
do with tho cash. Your patronage so-'
licitcd. K1BBE, BAILEY &' CO.'
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.
The Eagle Restaurant
NAQUIN'S OLD STAND
Houso completely overhauled; nowly painted nnd papered; now furni
ture; immaculate tablo linen; good silverware and nice dishes. Finest
and cleanest kitchen in tho city. Givo us a call and you will bo. regular.
DROP IN TODAY
THE CITY CAFE
Open Day and Night. Short Orders at All Hours.
CHINESE CHOP SUEY AND
Re& of Acme Saloon
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J. F. LOUIE, Pro