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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BEL7
Saturday, March 30, 1907
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Published each morning oxcopt Monday.
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Subscribers pluaso notify this oflico
in case of non-delivery of the daily,
Advertising rates made known on ap
plication. Today w tho one time when women
are allowed to walk up to the polls and
i'hit a ballot.
Phoenix is managing to keep pretty
well in the public eye in spite of the
adjournment of the legislature.
It is "now a penitentiary ofTeuso to
gamble, in Texas and a jail otTcnso to
play whist for. a prize. Great is Texas.
They, are sending comment from this
country to the Chinese fa mi no .sufferers.
What.they want over there is rice not
The commission in lunacy wants noth
ingtlto do with alienist reports. It is
trviug-ito decide whether or not Harry
Thaw is crazy.
The City of Globe has won another
fall from the incorporation busters, who
might as well drop the busting proceed
ings and save their money for the
Fourth of July.
The state of New York and tho es
tate of Thaw would have been much
good money-ahead if tho trial of Harry
Thaw would have started with the ap
ointment of a lunacy commission.
How unreasonable some of tho work
ing class arc getting! To think of a
lot of men, who have access to vats
upon vats of the cool, sparkling amber
fluid, quitting their delightful work, all
because of a little matter of mere mon
ey! And tho hot weather just coming
Voters, male and female, should not
forget to vote at .the school election
today. Globe needs a high school and
both of the candidates for school trus
tee have pledged themselves to the ob
taining of one, so that there is not much
choice as to tho candidates. Cast a
The strike of brewery workers in Kt.
Louis may not affect tho stock market,
but it is nevertheless very serious. If
it is not settled soon the country will
certainly face a beer famine. While it
is not our purpose to needlessly alarm
the people, it is no more than right
that the attention of all be called to
the awful consequences of such a dis
WHO DID IT7
Mr. Fish says that Mr. Koosevelt is
no more responsible than St. Paul's
steeple for what has been happening on
the stock exchange. There aro others
who think that the railways are res
ponsible, and sumo prefer to place the
blame upon .persons who have abused
fidiii-iHrv tuiuit ..... mm.:.. .
j ,,,....-,. i ins S more or
lAw-'like an ante-mortem wake, for it
doubtful that prosperity is dead,, or
even that it has received a mortal blow.
However that may be, it is well to
recognir-o botimes that tho question
who killed prosperity is about as in
terestirig as who killed Cock Robin.
It makes no difference whether or not
Mr. Roosevelt did it, or whether or not
ft was worth doing at. the price, he has
the responsibility which Mr. Bryan so
grudges him simply because ho is presi
lent. iThe only thing worth rescuing out of
UjT,U.'TerenJu "f opinion regarding tho
rasponslbility is the inference regard
ing ;tho public opinion upon tho princi
pies involved. When tho responsibill-
y is sought to b shuffled off, there
is more or less indication of perception
that public opinion is altering under
stress ,of circumstances. Mr. Bryan
put the point plainly the other day,
"The farmers have had good crops,
uil becanso of the increased quantities
of money they have had hotter prices.
I ho workiiigmen seem to be busy, and
how could a panic como with tho pro
tect.ve tariff still in force, if the Repub
lican arguments aro to bo credited I We
are told that panics come only under
Democratic administration. Either the
predictions of panic are wrong or Ro
publlcH'n arguments have been faulty."
Nothing of cour.se could alter the Re
publican position upon the tariff, but
if we. wero really to have a panic, what
would be the effect upon tho railroad
'rusade? Is it possible that anybody
"iM an mat, with all their faults,
thny preferred the railways' motho'.ls
t;the, -reformers'? '
Small Demand for City Stocks May
Lead to Popular Loans
It is becoming impossible, to, soil mu-,
nicipal bonds. Vestordny Philadelphia
fniled to dispose of an offering of $!,
000,000 Sk per cent thirty-year bonds,
and St. Louis, which offered $11,000,000
nt a slightly bettor figure, 3.05 per cent,
also failed to attract suitable bids. In
cidenlally, Now York 4 por cent bonds
have brokon to below par to as low
as 90 while short'term notes have also
declined to new low lovels. All this
follows in tho wake of Inst wcok's stock
market panic, which carried standard
stocks down to, in somo eases, a 7 por
cent basis. Not for years has a similar
state of affairs existed. " Naturally there
is little or no demand for miscellaneous
When Mayor Weaver yesterday pro
ceeded to open proxsals for $3(000,000
thirty-year various improvement bonds
of Philadelphia, interest on which was
not to exceed IH4 por cent par, payable
semi-annually, he found that only one
bid had been sent in, for $12.",000 at
par, from George if. Hill if tho bond
department of Uic.xel & Co. Mr. Hill
stated that he did not represent Urcxol
& Co. In making the bid. Mayor Wca
ver had had assurances before tho stock
market break that he would have sev
eral tenders for the entiro offering. The
loan may bo offered at popular subscrip
tion. Baltimore recently sold $800,000
of :U per cent stock on a 3.02 basis nt
a popular sale.
Tho experience of S(. Louis was littlo
less unfortunate. City Comptroller
Player announced thnt the attempt of
the city to sell .$3,000,000 3.03 per cent
Nemi-aunual twenty-year various im
provemont bonds had failed. When the
proposals for tho bonds wore opened it,
was found that tho bids were too low.
Mr. Player stated that bankqrs evi
dently wero holding out for 4 jer cent
bonds, but that the city would not sell
entities at that figure. "The bonds
may be sold privately.
New York bonds have likewise suf
fered from the decline in stocks, the
New York City 4 per cent bonds having
declined to below par,. Daring the past(
week the 4s nf 1050 were quoted at
OSii to 00, and large blocks of the
1030 maturities were offered nt 09. In
three months these two bouds show re
spective declines of 2-J and 2 points.
It is not, therefore, surprising that the
comptroller's department if) trying to
get legislation at this session which will,
permit tho city to sell its bonds helow'
par. New York Journal of Commerce.
Phane in your want ads. Main 231.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
THE McMILLEN-STONEWALL MIN
Know All Men by These Presents:
That we, V. Y. Smith and G. J. Itiden
our, of Globe, Gila County, Arizona
Torritpry, citizens of the United States
of America, have this day voluntarily
associated ourselves togother for the
purpose of forming a corporation under
the laws of the Territory of Arizona,
and we do hereby certify, acknowledge
and adopt the following Articles of
The names of the incorporators are
V. Y. Smith and G. J. Kldcnonr.
The name of this company shall be
THH McMILLKX-STONKWALL MIN
Its principal place of business shall
be at Globe, Gila County, Arizona Ter
ritory, and branch ofllccs mav be main
tained at MeMillen, in said Gila County,
and at such other places as the Hoard of
Directors may from time to timo select.
The general nature of the business,
pursuit and enterprise projiosed to be
transacted by this corporation is ns fol
lows: (a) To purchase, or otherwise ac
quire, own, hold, sell, bond, .rent, lease,
mine- and work mines and mineral lands
and the products thereof and "to extract,
recover, refine, buy, sell and deal in
tho products of mineral lands.
(b) To purchase or otherwise ac
quire, own, hold, sell, bond, rent, lease,
and sublet water, water rights, dam
h0"' wator l,mver electric light and
power machinery, supplies, materials
and other articles necessary or conveni
ent for use in connection with and in
tho carrying on of the business herein
mentioned or any part thereof,
(e) To purchase or otherwise accpiire,
own, hold, bond, sell, rent, lease, sub
let, maintain, manage or construct pipe
lines, trncks, reservoirs, roads, tram
ways, flumes, canals, ditches, embank
ments, telophone or telegraph lines, rail
roads and other works, leachiiig, concen
trating, laxivation, smolting and refin
ing plants, property mills, machines or
appliances that may bo incident or aux
iliary to the main business of this cor
poration as set forth in subdivision (a)
lieieinabovc, or that may be deemed
necessary, expedient, useful or conven
ient to the said main business by the
Board of Directors of this corporation)
(d) To purchase or otherwise ac
quire, own, hold, bond, sell, rent, lease,
sublet, real estato, town sites and lots,
stores, warehouses and merchandise of
every kind whatsoever.
(o) At any time to bond, sell, con
vey, lease, mortgage or otherwiso dis
pose of any or all of its property of
every character whatsoever. Provided,
that on the disposal of the whole prop
erty tho action of tho Board of Direct
ors shall bo ratified by a majority vote
of the corporato stock at a regular or
special meeting of tho stockholders of
The amount of the capital stock of
tho corporation shall be One Million
Dollars, divided into One Million shares
of the par value of One Dollar each.
The said stock shall be non-assessable
and shall be fully paid for when issued,
and the time when and the further
conditions iioii which tho an id shares
shall be issued and paid in shall be
regulated and provided for by the .Board
The timo of tho commencement of
this corporation shall bo tho date of
the filing of tho certified copy of these
Articles in the office of the Territorial
Auditor of tho Torrltory of Arizona,
ilnd the corporation shall contino to
exist for twentyflvo years thoreaftor.
Tho affairs of this corporation shall
bo conducted by a Board of Directors
consisting of not less than five nor
inoro thnn nine persons, each of whom
shall be n shareholder holding at least
1,000 shares of the stock of said com
pany, A mnjority of said Board shall
constitute a quorum for tho transaction
of businoss anil tho" first directors shall
bo ,V. Y. Smith, G. J. Ridonour, II. L.
Coombs, F. L. .fones, W. II. Winters, nil
;f Globe, Arizona, who shall hold office
until the first Tuesday in April at ,1011
o'clock on said day, or until their suc
cessors aro elected and qualified.
Thereafter tho directors uunuiily, nt
a stockholders' meeting, to be l,eld at
Globe aforesaid on tho first Tuesday of
April of each year, shall be elected and
qualified for the term of ot'lee coir.
moncing on tho first Tuesday of A'pril
of each year.
The Itoaid of Directors shall have
power to till all vacancies therein at any
The stockholders at any regular or
special meeting may elect additional
directors to make a full Hoard of nine
members and those appointed or elected
-ilinll be deemed a full Hoard, if not less
than live, until additional members are
elected and qunlified.
The officers of this corporation shall
be a President, Vice President, Secre
tary, Treasurer and such minor officers
as tho Hoard of Directors may, from
gillie to time, deem it wise and expedi
ent to have. The President, Vice Presi-J
dent, Secretary and Treasurer shall bo
elected annually by the Board of Di
rectors from their own number at the
first meeting of the Hoard following
Jhe annual election of Directors. The
nfliees of Secretary and Treasurer may,
in the discretion of the Hoard of Di
rectors, be held by one person.
The highest n mount of indebtedness
lr liability to which this eorxrntion
ihall at any ono time subject itself
diall not exceed Seven Hundred und
Fifty Thousand Dollars.
The Board o( Directors shall adopt
By-Laws for this coriKiratiou ' which
(nay be altered, amended or repealed by
The private property of tho stock
holders of this corporation shall be ex
empt from nny and all liability for the
corporate debts of this corporation.
In Witness Whereof, Tho parties
hereto have hereunto set their hands
.mil seals this 27th dav of March, A. D.
V. r. SMITH.
G; J. HIDEXOUIl
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Oila. ss.
Beforo me, Alice M. Hirdsall, a No
'ary Public in and for the County of
liln, Territory of Arizona, on this day
personally appeared V. Y. Smith and
y. J. Ridonour, known to me to be the
persons whose names are subscribed to
the foregoing instrument and acknowl
edged to me that they executed the
imo for the puriioses and consideration
Giveu under my hand and seal of
office this 2th day of March, A. D.
1007. ALICE M. HIRDSALL,
My commission expires February 0,
DR. P. B. CALER
Office over Palace Pharmacy
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office Rooms, 5-7-9 Trust Building
Office Phone Main 181
Residence, Dominion Hotel
GEO. J. STONEMAN
Attorney At Law
Office in the Butler Building
GLOBE; - . - ARIZONA
Fay G. MacConnell
Work of Any Character
Room 2, Trust Building, GLOBE, ARIZ.
Hotel Dominion Phone 1341
Office: ROOMS 1-3 TRUST BUILDING
GEORGE K. FRENCH
NOTICE TO THE LADIES OF GLOBE
MRS. HENRY REED
Mas opened her elegant parlors for hair
dressing, shampooing and facial mas
sago ,inhe new Toombs building, where
she will be jleased to demonstrate her
first-class opportunities for giving the
las,pf, Globe ij'fflclent treatment. Call
and be convinced.
W. L. DECKER
VETERINARY SURGEON AND
Office: Sbuto's Livery Stable.
Room's 7land 8, P. p. Bld. Phone 1241
Make Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under Hits head 10 cents per line the tlrst tusertlou and 0 cents por line each
Riiiiscquent Insertion. Ily the month, tl.00 per lino No nd Inserted for less than ill cents. All
ads under thts ticnd mu4t be paid tor In advance. Discount to regular advertisers.
WANTED Compotcnt waiters at the
WANTED TO RENT A four room
Silver Belt office.
Inquire :lt tho
WANTED Woman to work one oay
out of the week. Call at this office.'
WANTED Girl to take care of baby
six months old. Call nt this office.
WANTED-A position as oillco clerk or
store 'hrk. AMros4 I O. H;x (til.
WANTED Woman to assist in cooking
at the Miller Hoarding House, near
WANTED A bargain hunter furniture
for two rooms new; in use sixty days;
must be sold at once. Call at Silver
Belt ollieo for address.
LOST AND FOUND
T.nSTA m1il urlolilinnn nfn an wlHi !
six pearls. Suitable reward if re
turned to this office.
A LITTLE BIT
He Paid All He Owed
In a recent King's Bench action the
plaintiff had stated thatkhis fiunacial
position was always satisfactory, in
cross examination he was asked if he
had ever been bankrupt.
"No' was the answer.
The next questiou was: "Now, be
careful; did you ever stop payment f"
"Yes," was the reply.
"Ah!" exclaimed the counsel, " 1
though we should get at it at last.
When did that happen?"
"After 1 had paid all I owed," was
the answer. Teller.
Go to Ryan's
When you want magazines, confection
cry, books, stationery, ammunition or
graphophone record-. Souvenir postal;
Go to Buxton & Merritt for the finest
line of wall paper and house decora
tions of every description.
Money to loan on good security. Ad
dress W., Rox 071, city.
The Chorus Lady
"1 really must kill someone," she "
- Declared in accents grim.
He nover stayed; he was afraid
It might-as well be him.,
Charlie Queen, having purchased the
Union Pacific restaurant of .Jim Lee, I
wishes to notify the public that he willj
not be re.sK)iisible for any bills owing'
by the above mentioned Jim Lee, or J
any contracted by him hereafter. Char-J
lie Queen. March 21, 1907. J.'O
Birds Evolved from Reptiles
It may be a shock to some persons to
learn that the birds of the present day
are descendants of reptiles. This fact
has been conclusively proved by the
fossil remains of creatures that form
the intermediate stages between the
birds j'f today and the reptiles of pre
historice ages. In fact, many of the
birds have not yet completed their evo
lution, as iu the case of the penguin,
ivliose wings are merely rudimentary,
absolutely inadequate for flying pur
poses and useful only as a means of
propelling these awkward creafures
"Live and lot live." Union Cash
Market, C. Musgrave, proprietor.
.lust received a carload of the very
latest designs in wall paper designs of
1007. Huxton & Merritt.
Mrs. Origgs SSo you managed to get
to the bargain counter for me. Did you
see anything real cheap there?
myself iu a mirror. Boston Transcript.
(liiggs Ves; I caught a glimpse of
Globe Real Estate Office i
We have moved into our permanent quart
ers and will be pleased to serve you.
Call and see us before buying any
Real Estate. We may have just what you
are looking for. v
We have unimproved property in any
section of the city and a good assortment
of homes. Some furnished.
We can loan you money to build a
home and stop that rent.
f GLOBE REAL ESTATE OFFICE J
F. L. TOOMBS,, Manager
FOUND A gold rimmed pair of noso
glasses. Call at this office.
HORSES FOR SALE Tlirco pair work
horses, now harness, one new wagon.
.1, M. Foster, Safford. 115
FOR SALE Good team work horses;
Cheap for cash; also good double har
ness. Inquire at Scoble, Robey & Co.
F0R EENTScveral neatly fnrnl8ned
i , .. fi..:. ,.,... ....
l iroiun .11 l hit tut nut iti mmnv. itwi m
of bridge, over Angius & Zenovich
grocory store. 151
FOR RENT Established dining room
privileges at the Manzauita, opposite
railroad station. 1 1.1
FOR RENT Threo room house west of
Globe lumber yard. Call at J. Mail
rel's residence, North Globe. 117
I FOR RENT Modom housekeeping
apartments at the Manzanita. ll.'l
- 1 We have letters for G II P; O L C;
EPS and X Y Z.
On and after March 24th, 1907, the
following butcher shops of Globe will
be closed all day Sunday:
Pioneer Meat Co., E. i). Recti.
Peerless Market, Ryan &. Gaskill.
Globe -Meat Market, I). Murphy.
Central Market, M. U. Bonne. 14S
The finest line or wall papers cVc
shown in Globe. Buxton & Merritt.
Is one of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
liif line. Call and bo convinced.
If you want something extra nice iu
wail paper, got to Ryan's.
Too Much for Him
"Andrew," raid a devoted wife to
her husband, "I want a hundred dol
lars." "A hundred what ?'' exclaimed the
"Dollars," she replied calm I v.
"Oh. a whole lot of things."
"Cm urn," he hesitated, '.'I guess I
i shall have to check your extravagance,
j my dear."
"Do," she smiled, "and make it pay
able lo my order, please."
Hr collajised then and there.
First-class work at bed rock prices
Buxton & Merritt, the painters.
We receive Kansas poultrj twice a
week. Globe Meat Market.
Decorate Your Home
do to Ryan's for a varied assortmeni
of wall paper.
Try our sausage, the very finest in
quality, fllol.e Meat Market.
Fine fresh Kansas pork. Olobo Meat
Parties wanting brick can have theii
wants promptly supplied by leaving
their orders at the oflico of
GIBSON & HENDERSON.
Miues and Stock Exchango, Globe, Arir.
If you arc lost follow anybody; you
will bring up at The Dime.
Choice hnms and bacon, none finer
Globe Meat Market.
Stage to Glbsou Mine
Stage will leave each Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday mornings at' 9:20 a
m., from Barclny &. Higdon's corral.
Choice beef, pasture fed and the fin
est to be had anywhere. Globe Meat
Next Door to Silver Belt Z
Look! Look! Look!
Bed and Springs from $7.00 up
Couches. from $7.50 up
Davenports from $9.00 up
Dressers from $10.50 up
lnese prices tor this week. Buy now and
Many other bargains. Come and see for
Comparing quality our prices cannot be
McNeils furniture store
DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY
If to, trade at
MILL WILLIAMS' STORE
Liquors and Cigars
Brown & Scanlan
Successors to I. 0. L0WTHIAN ,
Fuel, Feed and Groceries
P. O. Box 696 Telephone 751 Store Opp. Depot
Luke Angius Steve Kristovich Nick Zenovich c
TRY THE NEW FIRM g
ANGIUS --ZENOVICH CO.
Dealers in Groceries and Provisions
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos, Etc.
Everything Reliable and Endorsed by Pare Food Law
P. O. Box 59 1--Phone 1571 McKevitt BWg., Globe, Arizons
The Finest Resort in Globe
. Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines
Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
Finest rooms in the city.
Everything new, ratss
reasonable and special
inducements offered to
by the month!
J. W. WALTER
Will carry on his business from
the 1st of March In Edwards &
Neff 's store. All clothes made to
order will be made at hoe in
tho latest styles. Xeasoaable
Prices. Satlsfactioa guaranteed.
Boots and Shoes
Head the Silver licit; always up t1
date aiul newsy.
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Of the quality vou want, in the
?uantity you require, is our of
er in Meats and Poultry.
, Another offer we propose is
careful handling, cutting and
Still another, lowest selling
price the markejt will warrant.
With- such a combination,
proved by years of square
dealing, ought we not to have
Pioneer Meat Co.
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cream and Bu ter
milk in any quantity and
always on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE