Newspaper Page Text
l ' f 1!OjP' ''""A" ' '-".'
Saturday, December 14, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER' BELT
vVfc1 f W& "' '- ' " l
'rmwim' - vv 'i-rw t ' vr ' -
r , i - " ; nv - -1 -"' i -
Latest, safest aud most improved
model, guaranteed for economy and re
liability; simplest scientific engino built.
MINING AND IRRIGATION
Sold and installed on absoluto guar
Box 511 GLOBE. ARIZ.
. M- "- s' -X. ". .W. " O'. 01. AT. OV . O .
w w " n w w w v c - " v if ? s?
DR. F. 0. S. SANDERS $
ft Physician and Surgeon.
Offico Hours: 10 to 12 n. m.;
4 to G p. in. &
. 101 S. Cedar Street.
Surgeon for G. V.f G. & N. Ry. 45
DR. L. ALBERT COMBS
Veterinary Surgeon, Dentist and Grad
uate Royal Collcgo of Edinburg,
I treat nil curable diseases of domes
tic nrimals. Oflicos, Barclay, iligdox
& Co. Residence, tho whito liouso oi
South East street. Call and oxnmini
my diplomas at stable. Examination
freo at office.
SULTAN & WAYNE
141 North Broad Street
P. O. Box 8C7
GEORGE K. FRENCH
Assayer and Chemist
H. E. BJERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
399 Broad Street WATCH US GROW
Good to Eat
Don't forgot to place your poultry or
den with us. Turkeys, Ducks, Chick
en's, fancy Broilers and 8pring Chick
r '"nv on band.
Limburger, Swiss and Cream
Oysters in Bulk and Can
Genuino Sheep and Lamb always to
bo had at tho Central Market. For a
square deal and treatment call at
The Central Meat
JOE RYAN, Manager
rrT rr i rf"iin nn "n
$ The choicest meats in the g
city. Out of "the. trust and d
g prices right. H
a in a moment's notice and the g
g delivery boy does prompt g
o Uon't you want to try the Q
Sj Independent market.
DoWitt's Cnrbolizcd Witch Hazel
Salve don't forget tho natno, and ac
cept no substitute. Got DoWitt's It's
good for piles. Sold by Hanna's Drug
tTIThfMI" 1V- J I f
Cold Meats for Hot Weather
Equipped with a thoroughly modorn
rofrigorating plant wo oflcr all moat3
thoroughly cooled, all animal boat
removed, all tho healthfulnoss, nil
tho juiciness and all tho flavor rc
taiuod. Pioneer Meat IViarket
"The Best Meat3"
393 NORTH BROAD ST.
One Towel Cabinet,
Brush, Soap and Six
Towels each week
$1.25 per Month
750 North Broad Street
Edmund T. Satchell
Assayer and Chemist
41 BROAD STREET P. O. Bos 8G7
G. BOHSE, Proprietor
This ja to notify tho publfc that I
have again taken full charge of the
Globe Stoam Laundry, nnd that Copas
& Richards, to whom I leased the plant
omo timo ago, have retired, nnd arc no
longer in nny way connected with the
I wish to assuro my old patrons and
the public in gonoral that all work will
be first-class and that n prompt service
will bo givon. Givo me a trial.
Nov. 21, 1907. G. EOHSE.
MIAMI FLAT, AEIZ.
Solicits your patronage and guarantees
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc.
Give this popular placo a call
Opens Miners Boarding House
Mother Brackin has leased tho Min
or's boarding house and will bo glad
to servo her old friends and as mnny
new onos as will appreciate good homo
cooking nnd noat rooms. Givo mo a
call and I will treat you right.
O . ... . .
Now Is Your Chance i
To get your hats cleaned and re- X
blocked. Ladies' and gentlemen's
8 clothes cleaned, ropaired and al- x
O torcd for dull timo prices. I uso 3
O tho French dry cleaning process O
to clean garments and I guaran- o
too all work to bo satisfactory or q
S rofund your monoy. Yours for
y flno work,
g J. VV. WALTER 8
Opposito tho First National Bank,
p roar of Ingram's. Q
For Sale at the
1 Cent Each
Taft Will Want to Know.
Secretary Taft is known to bo a very
nminblo porson, but ho is moro good
natured than most pcoplo take him to
boif ho falls on his return to hnvo a
clear understanding with , President
Roosovelt as to a third .term. Phila
TEAR OLD IN
CAN SIM II
Petition to' Congress to Give
Aged Arizonans Chance to
Vote For President.
Unique in every wny is n petition
which is to bo presented by Delegate
Mark Smith to congress praying for
tho admission of Arizona to statehood.
Residents of Tucson and tho county of
Pima will alono bo eligible to sign H
nnd each ono of tho petitioners will
bo past sovonty yoars of age.
As nn index of tho rcmarkablo con
tents of this petition which it is ox
pected will bo signed by ovcry voter
who has reached tho thrco score years
and ten required, the petition itself
is reprinted herewith:
To tho Prcsidont and Congress of tho
We, tho undersigned citizens nnd
lesidents of tho county of Pima, ter
ritory of Arizona, and each and evory
ono of us qualified electors of said
county, most respectfully potition the'
president and congress that tho terri
tory of Arizona shall bo admitted as n
state of tho American union. Our
especial reason fqr petitioning as aforo
said at this timo is that each and nil
of us aro over tho age of sovonty ycnin,
and our opportunities for voting for u
president of tho United States arc pass
ing with our added years. Wo aro de
sirous of exercising tho great privilege
of voting oneo moro for u president of
tho United States.
AVc believe that tho territory of Ari
zonn, on account of tho worth, enter
prise and public spirit of her citizens,
is entitled to admission as n state, and
wo hope to impress upon the president
and congress of tho United Statw tho
duty of making such admission not only
as a mattor of right to, the entire citi
zens of tho territory, but wo feel that
tho great pleasure which will be afford
ed to us by the opportunity to voto ft
tho next presidential election should
afford a pleasure to the president and
congress to recoivo our recommenda
tion in this, our appeal, and wo trust
that our petition will receive n general
and just recognition by the president
nnd tho congress of the United States,
ziil your petitioners will over pray.
Dated, Tucson, Arizona, December
GOSSIP AT QISBLA
Rcngo Cattlo Look Good Long List
of Marriagoables Other Items.
GISELA. Dccoiuber 13. School is
progressing nicely with a tlnily attend
ance of fifteen scholars.
The rango is in bettor condition than
it has been for yon re Cuttle nnd
horsos are in flno condition with the
exception of Dove's old "Palimino."
R. B. Sehell, who has beon awny
from the settlement for a number of
years, arrived a few days ago from
Show You, where ho has been doing
nonio surveying for tho government. The
girls wcrd all delighted to "see old Bob
Eugene Holdon, Arthur Ncnl, A. C.
Buell, Frank Holdon and Curtis Noal
arc all intonding to get married the
twenty-fifth of December if they can
find any girls thnt are ready to tako
any chances in tho matrimonial game.
Tho Gisola "wireless telegraphy sys
tem" is working nicely.
TJio Ilcaa of the Tafcle.
In the nrticlo on tho .Glcngarrj
branch of the Macdoualds James Lo
gan, in his "The Clans of the Scottish
"At the castle of Aros tho lords of
the Isles held their parliament and
passed tho regal decrees, which distant
tribes were bound to respect, Tho sim
ple form in which lmpo-.ftr.it rights
wore convoyed by these ptiuccs maj
bo illustrated by the following brie!
but binding charter, which loses In
translation from tho original Gaelic
'I, Donald, the chief of tho Macdou
alds, sitting on tho hill of Dun Donald,
give the MacAodh n full right to Kll
mahomng from this day till tomorrow,
nnd so on forever.' A lesson was af
forded by ono of these Iord3 which
might greatly benefit some sticklers
for precedency. He had nt n banquo'
been placed by mistake at the bottom
of tho table, on perceiving which con
siderable emotion arose among tho
company, who dreaded tho conse
quences of the supposed Indlgoity, but
the great ceannelnnldh (head of his
race) speedily allayed their apprehen
sions by exclaiming emphatically,
'Whore tho Mncdouald sits, know yc,
gentlemen, that Is the head of tho
The Orlnln of Mr. nnd Mr.
In earlier times tho ordinary man
was Klmply William or John that Is to
Bay, he had only a Christian name
without nny kind of "handle" before It
or surname after It. Somo means of
distinguishing one John or William
from another John or William became
necessary. Nicknames derived from a
man's trade or his dwelling placo or
from somo personal peculiarity wore
tacked on to his Christian name, and
plain John became John Smith. As
yet there wcro no "misters" In tho
land. Some John Smith accumulated
moro wealth than tho bulk of his fol
lowsbecame pcrliapa a landed pro
prietor or nn employer of hired labor.
Then ho began to be called In tho Norman-French
of tho day tho "mnlstro"
of this place or thnt, of these work
men or of those. In the timo tho
"malstrc," or "mnlster," as It soon be
came, got tacked on before his name,
nnd ho became Sinister. Smith nnd his
wife was Malstress Smith. Graduallj
iio sense of possession was lost sight
of, nnd the title' was conferred upon
any kind by mere possession of wealth
or holding some position of moro or
lots consideration and Importance.
TWENTY PEE CENT DISCOUNT
Sale in our ladles' suit and gown do
partmcnt3, in ladles' coats and pott!
coats now attracting crowds of eco
nomical buyers to tho Pcoplo'. Cash
Storo of Dolph Baatz & Co., G8Q N,
KET STILL OH
NEW YORK, Deccmbor 13. Specu
lativo conditions wcro unaltered in tho
stock market today, the influence gov
erning tho market being as potent in
depressing prices ns on previous days.
Liquidation played a largo part in tho
day's Helling nnd prcssuro shifted about
from ono stock to nnothor. but event
ually tho entire list displayed increas
ing wenkness -which continued to the
close. Now York Central and Amcricnn
Sugar wcro tho weakest 'features and
in tho enso of American Sugar tho re
cent death of President Ilnyemoycr was
assigned ns tho principal icnuso of re
float liquidation in that stock.
Tho belief is that tho bank state
ment will mako a favorablo showing,
although money conditions aro still re
garder as being far from reassuring.
NEW YOItK, December, 13. Copper
in London was higher, with spot 59, Cs
and futures 00, 10s. Locally tho mar
ket was unchanged, with Lake 13 to
13.25, Electrolytic iq.75 to 13, Casting
I2.G0 to 12.7S.
Tho London lead market was lower
at 13, 15s and locally weak at 3.00
Spelter cdvancod to 20, 10s in the
London market, but was weak and un
changed hero at 4.20 to '1.30.
Iron in London was 3d higher, but
THE ANIMAL KINGDOM.
Wild dogs never bark and so always
A gray horse lives tho longest, a
black ono the shortest
A coon's fur is so thick that It can
rob bees without being stung.
A blue eyed cat Is always deaf, but
nil deaf cats are not blue eyed.
An Asintlc squirrel climbs n tree Hko
n telegraph pole climber. It 1ms large
horny scales on its tail for tho purpose.
The flying fox or tropical bat will
pass the night drinking from tho ves
sols in which cocoa Is distilled nnd go
home Intoxicated In tho carjy morning
or sleep It off at the foot of tho trees.
The big Bnowshoe rabbit or northern
hare Is something of n dresser. It
wears n white coat In winter and a
gray one In summer, the better to con
ceal Itself from its enemies by looking
ns the ground looks in tho two.scasons.
Ilnril on HccKnrn.
The philanthropist, handing the b'e
gar a dime, said:
"Tho world Is In n bad enough way,
dear knows, but I am not one of those
men who say that it goes back Instead
of forward. Take your cafee. for In
stance. You are practically unmolest
ed, aren't you? A few months Is the
most you ever get for begging. And
do you know what would have beeu
douo to you in the fifteenth century
Tho first time they caught you begging
they'd have whipped you at the cart's
tall. The second time they'd have silt
your right car nnd bored a hole In your
left car with n hot Iron. Catching you
a third time, they'd have put you to
death ns-n felon."
"Gee," said the beggar, "who'd 'a
thunk Itr-Xcw York Press.
It 1 Womnn'n Wny.
When n woman undertakes to decap
itate a fowl or anything with an ax
she grasps the tool close to the bead,
raises her chin, squints both eyes,
clinches two rows of teeth and back3
straight down, missing her aim by
about two Inches. That was sufficient
for a Batavla lady to sever her left
thumb. She was not a fainter and, re
placing tho thumb, which had been
chopped at the first joint, bound tho
parts together and has excellent prom
iso of Its complete restoration. Tho
game Is not always lost when "thumbs
aro down." Detroit Xows-Trlbuno.
"Maria." said Mr. Qulgley, entering
his homo In some excitement, "I want
you to promise me not to look at tho
papers for tho next thrco mouths!"
"What for?" wonderlngly nsked Mrs.
"I have just been nominated for a
public office," ho faltered, "and I don't
want you to find out what kind of man
I really am." Chicago Tribune.
"Extryl" yelled the bright newsboy.
"All about tho tcr'ble wumpty er
"Eh?" nskod the Inquisitive old man.
"What did yo'say, sonny?"
"I didn't say it," replied tho boy.
"Buy n paper an' see." Minneapolis
"Blnks Is always growling that ho
doesn't have justice done him."
"Yes. When ho gets a halo ho'll prot
ably say It Isn't a square thing." Notr
Wosjs of Hio Heart.
Few stop to consider the amount of
labor performed dally by tho human
heart. The Inexhaustible supply of en
ergy displayed by this overworked or
gan Is mrrvelous. Calculation has
shown that the work of the heart of
an average porson h equal to the feat
of lifting over five tons at the rate of
a foot an hour or 12." tons In twenty
four hours. A certain Dr. Richardson
oneo made n curious calculation In re
gard to the work performed by the
heart In mileage. Ho presumed that
tho bbod was forced out of the heart
nt each palpitation In tho proportion of
sixty-nine strokes u minute nnd at tho
assumed distance of nine feet. At this
rate the flow of tho blood through tho
body would be 207 yards n minute, or
soven miles nn hour. This would mako
170 miles a day, or G1.C00 miles n year.
Thus In a lifetime of eighty-four yoars
tho blood In tho human body would
travel over 5.000,000 miles. Tho num
ber of beats of tho heart required to
send the blood that far would bo over
aGUTE SISGE DE jrpAjun nppiuiiup I
CRISIS IS PSSI" UrElilINul
I At the I
DUN'S MONTHLY EBVTEW OF
TRADE CONDITIONS SAYS READ
JUSTMENT HAS SET IN.
, If. G. Iiun & Co.'s Monthly Review
of trade conditions in southern Cali
'flio acute stage of the financial crisis
is past and tho readjustment is with us.
Pcoplo realize that tho. worst is over,
thnt tho year's now wealth from nbun
'dant crops Is greater than ever boforo;
no doubt of their being moved on tho
usual credit basis; thut. thero uro just
ns many pcoplo to 'bo fed and clothed
ns there wcro a fow months ago, and
nn export demand greater than ever.
It has been demonstrated that it is
not a question of how much monoy
thero is but tho- gonoal confidence in
ponditions that permits its healthy op
eration. Yet when all conditions scorn
to demand moro than normal activity,
there 13 a disposition to halt in ovcry
lino of industry; to wait to see more
clearly boforo taking a step forward in
nny ontorprisc. ,
This attitude, of course, is conducive
to just that business situation that is
feared. This policy in tho mercantile
world springs from no fear of present
or future conditions, but tho fact that
tho monoy stringency has put a stop to
tho advance in tho prico of commodities
nnd thoro is u tendency to lower prices,
making buying only for prosont needs.
This attitude is felt iu every industry.
The past month has been a busy ono in
this section and good returns aro com
ing in from nut, bean, colory and hol
iday orange shipments.
Its Excrciro Not Necessarily a Men.-: a
to Popular Eights.
Those who mfoct to see in national
sovereignty potontiul and menacing des
potism and only in stnto rights an as
surance of popular liberty, aro strango
ly in error in view of tho American
governmental system. Under n mon
archical form of government assertion
of tho central authority may bo nn
tagonistic to popular rights. But in this
country tho contral or fedoral govern
ment is as much the creation and the
servant of the pcoplo as is any- state
government, and is just as truly to be
described as "government of the peo
ple, by the people, for tho people."
There hj just as much possibility of a
stato's govornmont using a "mailed
hand" as thorc is of the federal gov
ernment's doing so. In fact, tho rocord
shows thut individual state governments
have often been nnd today are moro ex
acting nnd moro restrictive of tho lib
erties of individuals than the federal
government. It is by no means an tin-iicard-of
thing for citizons tp appeal
from what they had reason to regard
as the strictness if not tho tyranny of
a state to the more liboral and generous
popular covcroignty of tho nation.
New York Tribune.
SAYS REBOUND HAS
COMMENCED IN GLOBE
William Buckingham, representative
of Fairbanks, Morse & Co., came in
from tho south yostorday, bearor of
good news, says the Republican. As
a seller of mining machinery, Mr. Buck
ingham has looked continually upon the
sunniest side of the financial depression
tor tho mining industry has been the
worst sufferer from it. Ho says that
it is his observation that tho worst
has passed in the mining business. Ho
;amo hero directly from Globe, which
has been harder hit than any of the
other mining camps, but he says tho re
bound has already begun thorc. There
is none of the sentiment which usually
goes with a panic", but tho people of
Globo aro iw confident ns over that
they have ono of tho great camps of
They tako tho philosophic view of it
that the hard titnos haVc removed none
of tho minoral wealth of that region.
What has not been taken out and con
vorfcd into cash is still in tho hills
tvniting to bo takon out. The Old Do
minion last week sot 100 moro men to
work and everywhere there is dis
position to increase forces.
Thoro was never, Enid Mr. Bucking
ham, a great lnck of confidence through
out tho southern towns nnd what did
tako flight in the beginning is coming
FORGAVE MRS. SiDDONS.
Site Did Not, According to Her Fa
tlicr, Harry mi Actor.
Mi-s. Slddons, the actress, was born
iu 1755 at, tho Shoulder of Mutton Inn,
Brecon, sout!; 1uj, of parents con
nected with tho theater, her father,
Roger Komble, being a strolling man
ager, The child Sarah was roared in a
theatrical atmosphere, and at ten she
wnj playing Ariel.
As sho grew up she became very
beautiful and had many admirers,
among whom was Henry Slddons, a
young -actor In her father's company,
who had little dim .ulty in winning tho
girl's heart. Mr. and Mrs. Kemble had
made up their minds that Sarah should
not marry In the profession, In conse
quence of which they strenuously op
posed th6 marriage, and young Slddons
In a fit of retaliatory humor compo'scd
a song detailing their opposition and
his trials, which brought about his
speedy dismissal from the company.
Sarah left the company, too, nnd hired
but as lady's maid In Warwickshire for
During this time the lovers carried
on a lively correspondence and finally,
gaining the reluctant consent of the
Kembles, wcro married nt Trinity
church, Coventry, in 1773, when Sarah
It Is said that Mr. Kcmblo told her If
fcho ever married nn actor It would
make him discard her forever. After
her marriage ho said, "I may forgive
you without breaking, mx word, for you
have certainly not married 'an actor,
whatever tho gentleman himself may
think Is his vocation." This is on au
thority of Lady Eloanor Butler, who
kaaw the pc.nns.
I 1. Louis Saloon I
Murphy & Harrington, Proprietors
SENATOR FOBAKER'S MOVE
Somo Newspapers Think It Spelb De
feat for Taft.
It goes without saying that the pres
ident will exert all his power and the
vast influence of tho administration to
defeat Foraker, and those who know
him best believo that he will bo driven
to become the candidate in person iu or
der to accomplish it, if ho cannot do it
with Judge Taft or any other. It may
also como to pass that tho "interests'
and standpattors and corporations may
have to tako their choice between Mr.
Roosevelt and n democrat. Baltimore
Senator Foraker ring3 tho changes
upon Mr. Roosevolt's alleged detormiua
tion to ".eliminate" him from public
life. It is clear, howovor, that it is the
sonator's main object at prosont to
eliminate the Taft presidential boom. It
looks very much as if ho would succeed.
Now York Evening Post.
Both republican factions in Ohio have
now drawn tho sword and thrown away
the scabbard. It will be a fine fight,
nnd the chances of war appear to favor
the sonator rather than the secretary.
A candidate cuts a poor figure in the
national convention when his own state
is nt odds about him. Mr. Cleveland, to
be sure, was triumphantly nominated
iu 1S92, notwithstanding the solid op
position of the "snap" convention dele
gates from New York. But Mr. Cleve
land was the choice of the country,
which Mr. Taft manifestly is not. If
thero was any serious probability of his
getting tho nomination it diminished
rapidly after his Columbus speech, as
his friends sadly admit. Tho eyes of
his party arc not fixed upon him an
other figure holds them. New Y'ork
SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE
Ladies', children's and Infants'
ready-to-wear clothes. Millinery, fane;
goods, etc. .People's Cash Store, Dolph
Baatz, Prop., 086 N. Broad street,
Van Wngcncn, next door to tho post
office, does a general painting nnd
i.T'cr jianging business. All work guar
anteed. - - '- '
Is ono of Globe's oldest and best known
-ales; everything first-clas3 in his line.
Call and. bo convinced.
A Big Novelty.
Tony Rider's troupe of trained monk
pyes arc making a hit at the Iris. They
aro very funny.
How About Your i
We are better equipped now th n g
ever before to furnish your print- o
ing with neatness and dispatch
Dosi?t wit until you
are entirely out 3$
i't wait for us to call
on you. Just
and Heating Co.
P. L. BUTZ, H. W. TITUS,
Manager. N Sec.-Treas.
Opp. Kinney House, 'Mcsquite st.
710 N. Broad St. TeL 1711
Headquarters for the
Gafll Meat Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Will Meet All Prices
The Gattl Meat company is still in
tho field to sell butters. Saying nothing
but standing pat against all butters.
Smith Excuso me, Jones, but may
I ask how you manngo to have such
delicious things to cat
Jones It's quite simple. I always
iiss tho cook before .dinner, and liofd
ler on my knee after dinner. . j.
Smith But what docs your wife
5yT- ' ' t
Jones Oh, sho doesn't dbject. She's'
he cook. Brooklyn Life.
"Of course," said the screno states'
man, "I am the logical candidate."
"Perhaps," answered Senator Sor
hum. "But you want to remember'
hat when it comes to tallying up votes
't's mathematics and not logic that
ounts." Washington Star.
ring up Main
do the rest
Jf! 3 wJ Vf