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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Tuesday, December 31, 1907
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
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Advertising rates rondo known on application.
Although not wholly unexpected, thu
information that Arizonn now leads tho
world in mineral production, is great
news. It's great boosting dope; we can
',sget out aiid holler" with'tho figure
to back us up. It's also a great ar
gument for separate statehood for Ari
zona. The,copper industry is one of tho
greatest in tho United States and ono
of the only two territories within the
confines of tho union, lends them all in
the industry. Wo hnd Michigan' beat
on in eSpper output before 1U07, and
now Montann has dropped to second
place, giving way to Arizona.
And Globe can well feel, proud of
the record, for in this camp, the cur
tailment, because of tho slump in tho
price of tho red metal, was less than
in nny other Arizona camp in propor
tion to its normal output. In tho first
month of the slump, Globe, while others
were cutting down their production,
broke its output record.
Whv it's enough to make a wooden
cigar store Indian boost I
This is the last day of an eventful
year. It was withnll a fruitful year,
notwithstanding its almost calamitous
There must be an end to all good
things. Hut all good resolutions be
gin at 12 tonight.
Good resolutions will come easy to
Georgians this New Year's day He-
ginning at midnight tonight, that state
will bo on the 'dry list.
A GOOD START.,
Tho reading room which will bo open
ed and conducted by the Globe Miners
union tomorrow is a good move in the
right direction. There are some forty
odd saloons in Globe aud not a read
ing room or library. It doesn't sound
nor look good, but if a fact. The
Minere union, assisted by public sub
scription, has started in to fill a long
felt want and every encouragement
should bo given them in their laudable
enterprise. The reading room will be
conducted as a public institution and
will bo open to all. Tho Silver Belt
has volunteered to keep the tables sup
.puled with papers and magazines from
all over the country and although no
formal request has been mode, every
one should contribute either funds or
reading matter, for the use of those who
will Visit the nom.
There is no reason why as prosperous
and rich a coii.munity as Globo should
not have a public library, ono con
ducted by and supported by the city
govornmont. If any political party of
Globe is searching for a real livo issue
. for the coming city campaign, here is
one that is wholly uncomplicated and
ono that will be supported by every
voter in the city. Let the miners' read
ying room be evolved into a first class,
frco public library, which is fully as
necessary as graded streets and cement
Has anyone seen aught of tho arc
lights which wore to have adorned and
Righted the highwaja and byways of
Globe by tho first of, the Xew Year?
Tho Thaw trial will begin in a week.
Very thoughtful in them to wait un
til aftur our own feeble effort in that
lino is over with.
The county assessor of Santa Fe
county,. New Mexico, broke into his
ofiicc after ho had been fired and in
tends to fight to hold it down. Go' to
it, Frijolosl No use getting elected
if you can't keep the job.
According to a Silver City paper,
Governor Curry is to go to Washington
to "feel tho pulse" of American states.
men regarding statehood for Now Mex
ico. Like sending a veterinary to doc
tor a sick child, but wo imagine that
tho cx-rough rider is going to Washing,
ton to find out why his nomination,
hasn't been confirmed by tho senate.
Jack and Jill were both quite ill,
r Now each is well nnd wiser,
For blues and headaches have to go,
When they tako an Early Riser. '
DaWitt's Little Early Riser Pills are
sold by Hanna's Drug Store. " '
Got your whiter supply or coal while
wo aro delivering it in ton lots at 912
per toa. Globo Hardwaro Co.
DANIEL FORCED TO
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thing liko thnt to him."
"l)id ypu say thnt to hind"
"Where were ou on .luno 27 of thi
"At homo; at the Mountain View ho
tel; uptown in tho morning."
"Where woro you at 2;15 oWk of
'.'At home, sitting on the poicli. "
Tho defendant was then asked con
cerning vhnt other persons woro on tho
porch or in tho saloon at about that
time. Witness believed that no.ono was
sitting on tho porch at thnt time, but
probably twenty or thirty minutes be
fore then, ihnmctt Williams, a man
called Gonzales, becauso he 'inie from
a town of that nnmo in Tc.ns, and a
man cnlled Scotty, whoworkol at tho
smelter, were there; that l.o had gono
into the saloon and had a drink with
them, lie could not remember who ip
vited him in to have a drink and who
paid 'for tho round, nor what he did
after taking the driuk, except that he
might nave gono out on, the jorCh aud
sat down for a few minutes.
Didn't Get Gun.
Led Hy the district ntt.irney. Daniel
admitted that he might have gone back
to the saloon and behind the bar, but
that he did not get a gun, ns he hud
had it on him for about an hour, while
,on the porch; ho didn't remember what
he did behind the bai.
"Did you step out tho side dooi'.'
"es, 1 went out on the porch."
"Did tho shooting begin as you step
ped outof tho side doorf"
"No, ten or fifteen minutes after
After pitting on the porch a. short
time, ho said ho got up and' started
to walk up to the home of his sistci
and when he hnd gone about ten fe t,
ho saw Brown. He saw Salisbury rid
ing by on his horso and knew that men
were nt work in the- William store.
Brown was about thirty feet away and
going up tho street when he saw him
first; he-was carrying some packages
under his loft nrm. Daniel's course
took him in a diagonal direction toward
Brown, and when they met Daniels ac
Here the defendant, repeated the
story he told on direct examination,
concerning the encounter with Brown
lie told of Brown's threat that he
was going for his gun to kill him, inii
of' tho shooting. That the shot that
knocked Brown over was fired at a
distance of 100 or 125 feet; that
Brown's back was turned to him when
"What did you do then!"
"I walked to where he fell."
"What did you do then?"
Shot Him Again!
"I guess I shot him ugafn."
"In tho headf"
"Yes, I think so."
"Was ho lying there all the time
you wnlked the 100 or 125 feet J"
"Did he make anv movomentl"
. "No." '
"Did you seo anything on him of a
gun or knife"
The, in reply to questions by tho
prosecutor, Daniel told of going back
toward the Mountain View hotel and
giving his gun to n man over the
fence. The man was Ned Hammons,
his bartender. He yaw nothing of Har
ry Vance, Emmett Williams, "Scot
ty" or Gonzales on his return. From
the hotel hp started for his sister's
houso about 500 feet away and after
romaining there a few minutes, lie re
turned and sat on tho porch, remaining
.there until an officer nrrived.
Tho defense blocked an attempt to
ascertain who was at the home of. Dan
Knew Brown a Year.
Concerning his acquaintance with
Brown, the defendant stated that he
had known him about a year nnd that
ho had been a constant customer at tho
Mountain View between March 1 and
tho first of June. Asked whether ho
nnd Brown had "not talked over mat
ters in the saloon after the first trail
bio had occurred between thentg the
witness replied that they had not. This
ended tho crossexnmination.
"Why did you get the pistol, an hour
before the shooting?" asked Judge
Baker on redirect examination. Tho
territory contended that this was not
propor redirect examination, but the
court ruled that the same question had
been asked by Attorney Henry, which
tho luttcr disputed.
"Because," replied the defendant,
' I hnd received a telephone message an
hour before, that Brown had made n
threat to kill me."
"What was you state of mind when
the last shot was fired?"
"I was nervous and excited."
Tho defendant then left the stand,
after having been on for just two
Sister In Tears.
The pathetic incident- of the after
noon occurred when Miss C'urrio Dan
iel, tho sister of tho defendant, wns
placed on, the stand to tell vJint sho
could that would assist in saving her
biother. Judgo Baker had mnly asked
a (uv preliminary questions when tho
witness broko into violent weeping and
she was excused for tho day. Tho gen
uino distress of the young woman af
fected everyone in tho courtroom, many
of whom woro moved to tears,
r. O. Smith, who was formerly in
business with Daniel, was called tp tho
stand nnd testified as to the mental
Condition of the defendant during the
ln'(t few yenrs Ho said that Daniel
had booomo wiy neglectful of his busi
ncs, was given to sleeping during the
day and would make noises and sing
at times during the night. He also suf-
for.ed with headaches, said the witness
anil at ono tune almost went out of
his head for several days becnuse of
pain jn his head.
Cnl'scxuminution was brief. Tho wit
ness did not know whether or not tho
qopstant -drinking of milk by Daniel
wif! responsible for his sleeping spells;
JVidid not think the defendant hnd
taken; much exercise.
Jesse Mooro tho next witness cnlled
by tho defense, stated that ho knew
Brown and hnd visited his cabin three,
four or five months before his death.
The last visit was probably three
weeks before Brown's death. By this
witness, it wns evidently intended to
prove that Brown had a sixshootor in
his cabin, but tho prosecution objected
to the question nnd was sustained.
Danlol'f Brother on Stand.
Clmrlos S. Dnniel, brother of tho de
fendant, was then culled to tho stand.
He said that ho enino ot Globo first in
June, 190(5, coining hero to help his
brother muuugo his business. At that
timo the defendant was sick nnd he
slept a grent deal of the time, m some
instances falling asleep during 'the duy
nnd sleeping from nu hour to half u
day. During tho night ho would often
create a disturbance by singing, pray
ing, swearnig and shouting. Ho told of
the insanity of his father and that he
had died in nu asylum in Georgia.
In responso to interrogatories from
tho court, Mr. Daniel said that he be
'Jiovcd that his brother was insano
prior to the shooting, but that lio did
not consider him insane at tho present
Bcforo adjournment until this morn
ing had been taken, but after tho. jury
had been takon from tho courtroom,
Judgo Baker asked to have entered
in the record, his objections to the ques
tions asked the last witness by the
court, stating that ho refrained from
objecting at the time, because it might
appear unscondy to the jury. Tho
court allowed tho request, statinp thnt
his reason for askiug tho question was,
that if it were in any way shuis.i - -,t
tho defendant wns now insane, he wish
ed to have the trial interrupted, to de
termine by the statutory method, the
state of mind now existing in Daniel.
The jury was taken for a walk to
Hast Globe before tho evening meal.
Don't Miss It.
Tonight is your last chance to see tho
fine show nt tho Iris. Entiro chango of
program Wednesday night.
Every Drunk and Onristian Invited
To the last series of meeting conducted
in the Salvation Army hall in 1907.
7:15, prayer meeting; 7:30, open air;
S p. m., praise meeting; 9:15, coffee
and ham sandwich supper; 10 p. m.,
march; 10:.10 p. m., Holiness meeting,
You will be cordially welcomed by En
sign and Mrs. Chas. West. Old year
out and new jear in.
Bear Loses Life for Piglet.
A great uproar in her pigpen nwoke
Widow Armindn Milligan. Tho widow,
who lives ucar Eureka, Sullivan coun
ty, threw on n wmppcr and hurried
out in the moonlight.
A hungry, half grown bear, seeing n
litter of ten suckling pigs, hnd climbed
in the pen and seized a piglet. Instnnt
ly the mother pig attacked the bear,
ripping its sides with her tusks. The
bear dropped the pig and tried to es
cape, but tho savage mother pulled it
back, and tho boar fiercely joined her
in the nttnek. Widow Milligan seized
u pitchfork and re-enforccd tho pigs.
Tho benr fought well, but quickly suc
cumbed to such odds and was killed.
Port Jervis Dispnteh to the New York
See Naquin's windows for prices.
Htnrnge room phono 601.
G. BOHSE, Proprietor
This is to notify tho public that I
have again taken full charge of the
Globe Steam Laundry, and that Co pas
& Richards, to whom I leased tho plant
some timo ago, have retired, nnd nro no
longer in any way connected with tho
I wish to assure my old patrons and
the public in general that all work will
be first-class and that a prompt scrvico
will bo given. Givo mo a trial.
Nov. 21, 1907. G. BOHSE.
Poor coffee has to be
sold in bulk, it isn't worth
Your eroccr returni rcur noncr If you don't
like Schillings licit. w- pjy lnrn
and Heating Co.
P. L. BUTZ, H. W. TITUS,
0pp. Kinney House, Mesquite st.
Edmund T. Satchell
As3ayer and Chemist.
41 BEOAD STREET P. O. Box 807
, Chinaware and House Furnishings
i Mi f'
Read the Convincing Prices
STOVES AND RANGES
Cast Iron Wood Stoves, Were $10, now-S 8.00
Moore's Steel Stoves, were $20, now . . . 16. UO
Moore & Merritt's Steel Ran ires, high
closet and reservoir, were $35, now. . . 28.00 fi
Stewart Ranges, were $55, now 44.00
Monarch Malleable Iron Ranges, were
$70, now 56.00
Sheet Iron Air-tight Heaters, were
$2.25, now 1.75
Coal Heating Stoves, were $5.50, now. . 4.40
Oak Center Tables, were $2.75, now... 2.25
Spring Cots, were $3, now 2.25 .
?.'!?? rewESH ra
N. BROAD STREET
JUST ACROSS THE BRIDGE
Wood Scat Rockers, wero $1.7!),
now . 41.25
Cnno Seat Rockers, were $3,
now - $2.25
Arm Rockers, were $3.50, now.$2.S0
Arm Rockers, cobble scat, were $4,
now . .. . - $3.20
Arm Rockers, cobble seat, were
$4.50, now $3.00
Reed Rockers, wero $0, now.. .$4.80
Leather Sent Rockers, were $0.50,
Solid Ouk Rockers, were $10,
Reed Rockers, were $11, now..$8.80
Leather Scat Rockers, were $15,
Morris Chairs, wero $17.50, now
Tho only real lino in the city. Ab
soiutely high-class goods. Beautiful
Dressers that were $14, now.. $10.00
Dressers thnt sold for $17.50, now
Princess; was $22.50, now $18.20
Princess, was $35, now. -. $28.00
The Empress, was $85, now . $08.00
GO-GABTS A pretty collection at
prices thnt will surelv interest you.
Go-Cnrts that sold for $14, now $1 1.20
Go-Carts that were $1, now .. .$3.20
Couches and Davenports
Couch Pads, were $0, now .$4.80
Steel Conches, were $7.50, now $6.00
8tcel Davenports, were $9, now $7.20
Steel Davenports, were $15, now
, , ... . $12.00
Brussels Art Squar
Brussels Rugs, 30x54 inches,
$2.25, now .. .
Axminster, 00x27 inches,
$3.50, now . .
Axminster, 30x72 inches,
Brussels, 9x12. were $20, now,
$17.50 Brussels, 9x12, now
Brussels, 9x12, were $20, noi
ATininatnr. vtnm AMfl niuv
.-., .w -r--,
Axminster, 10-0x13-0, w
Iron and Brass Beds
Iron Beds, wero $4, now $3.00
Iron Beds, were $S, now $0.40
Iron Beds, woro $12, now $9.00
Iron Beds, beauties, were $20,
now - $10.00
Brass Reds, were $22.50, nov .$18.50
Iron Beds, elaborate brass trim.
mings, were $27.50, now.... $22.00
Brass Beds, were $32.50, now $20.00
Uuffets, were $47.50. now $38.00
Buffets nnd Combination China
Closet, Mere $55, now. $44.00
Brass Beds, satin finish, were $85,
now . $03.00
Were $47.50, now $38.00
Sideboards, were $47.50, now .$33.00
Were $37.50, now .. $30.00
Excelsior, were $5, now $4.00
Cotton Mattresses, were $5, now
Cotton Mattresses, were $8.50, now
... - $0.80
Orient, were $14, now... $11.20
Ostermoor, were $18, now, $15.00
An extensive line of Singer Sew
ing Machines .from $10 to $25, war
ranted. PABLOE SETS.
Three-Piece Mission, was $15,
now . .. , $13.09
Mahogany Finished, wero $25,
now . .". $20.09
Real Mahogany, were $55, now..$44.00
Mission, solid seat, were $4.25,
Mission, leather seat,, were $4.50,
now ., $3.50
Solid Oak, leather seat, were $5,
now ,. L $4.00
Don't fail to sec our gigantic
China aud Crockery Department.
Great cuts here.
MaKe Your Wants Known Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results. ,
Advertisements under this head 10 cents cer line tne tint insertion und 6 cents per lino each
Mitmoquent insertion llv tne mouth, 11.00 Der line. No od lnsertcd'for less than 3) cents. All
ad under tbis heud must oe natd for in savnncn. Dtacount to reculnr advertisers.
WANTED Two copies each of the
Daily Vrizonn Silver Belt dated Nov.
2, 1907, and Oct. 1 1, 1907. Return to
this office'to circulator.
WANTED Saddle horso for the keep
ing. Call this ofiice.
LOST Goatloman's gold watch and
chain. S. M. engraved on tho cate,
Waltham movement. Return to this
WANTED Help furnished free of
charge on short notice. Kmployniont
Agency, Room 23, Trust Bldg.
WANTED At once, wet nurse for
baby five months old. Address X,
care Silver Bolt.
WORK WANTED A woman will do
a good days work at washing, ironing
or cleaning houso from 8 o'clock 'til'
5 p. in. for $2.00. Inquire nt Sal
vation Army hall.
FOR BENT Ten-room house; lavatory
in ovory room; just completed. In
quiro of J. Maurel, box 221.
FOE BENT Large storo room In rear
of Mrs. Fort's millinery parlors. En
tranco from alley. Apply to Mrs.
FOB BENT Throe-room house. Apply
Jule Maurel, box 221, or Cement
FOB BENT Furnished rooms; also fur
nished housekeeping rooms. 320 E.
FOE BENT Six room house; furnished
or unfurnished; Also four room un
furnished house. Apply Mrs. U. Mcr
ritt, 319 Mesquito street.
FOE SALE Household furniture. En
quire ut tho White House, 504 N.
FOE SALE Household furniture. Ap
ply to J. H. Callcn, South Globe, near
R. R. Hospitnl.
FOE BENT Desirablo furnished rooms,
$S and up. Mrs. L. G. Coombs, Ball-ground.
FOh. BENT Boom in tho Fostofflco
building. Apply at Silver Bolt ofUce.
FOE BENT Two houickeoplng rooms,
well furnished. 325 S. Hill street.
TO TEADE Equity in G-roora houso
First National Bank account. T. T.,
LOST AND FOUND
Old Dominion Commercial Co.
In Every Department1
Inventory ' '"''"'
Old Dominion Commercial Co.
FOUND Bunch of keys. Call at Sil
ver Belt dllico und pay for this ad..
LOST Black warrant book 6x10 inches,
for B. P. O. Elks lodge. Return to
FOE BENT Comfortable front room ' LOST-Foro arm of shot gun, six miles
O. K. Livery Stables
General Livery and Feed Stables
Gaited Saddle Horses. ...Phone 481
QUICK SERVICE AND GOOD RIGS
Phone 481 W. P. ICELSEY, Mgr. Globe, Arizona
Opens Miners Boarding House
Mothor Brackin has leased tho Min
er's boarding houso nnd will bo glad
to servo her old friends nnd as many
new ones as will appreciate good home
cooking and neat rooms. Give me a
call and I will treat you right.
furnished for rent with bath. Ono
block from court hoiibc. Call at this
FOE BENT Nicely furnished rooms,
with bath; also furn. house. Mrs. J.
Harvey Harris, 421 S. Hill. Tel. 1391.
north of Globe. Return to W.
Owen at Brookncr's store. J
' . i
LOST Gun metal watch, attached to t
black silk fob, between First National'
bank and postofliec. Return to S.lver I
Neatly furnished rooms, with stoves.
CHEAP BATES. GC0 North Broad
Good soft coal delivered in ton lots
at $12 per ton. Globo Hardware Co.
Thoro is something abviit. Kennedy 'n
Laxative Cough Syrup that makes it
different from others, as it causes a free
yet gcntlo nctiou oftho bowels through
which the cold is forced out of the sys
tem. At the samo timo it heals i rttn
tion and allays inflammation of the
throat nnd lungs. It is pleasant to take.
Children likij it. Contains no opiates
nor narcotics. Sold by Hanna's Drug I
s for Cash
Flno Lino of Silverware.
Silver ELavinf Sots.
Mexican Drawn Work.
Ladies' Hand Bags.
Wm. Mill Williams
Telephone 121 North Globe
BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO.
Single and Double Teams
Hay, Grain & Coal
A Specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs
Telephone 171 Globe, Arizona
OUR NEW SALESMAN
We have the greatest salesman in Globe. Wit,
humor and eloquence sit down when he rises to speak,
OOffE 'S the great speaker, the convincing
; jrJti'iL'Ili salesman, and is listened to by every
one, and sells the goods.