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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Saturday, April 13, 1907
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning oxcopt Monday.
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Subscribers pleaso notify this oflico
in caso of non-delivory of tho daily,
Advertising rates mado known on ap
plication. Harry Thaw is now in tho Nan Patter-on
The baseball season has opened
throughout tho country and all of the
fans and windmills are working over
time. The new governor of Jamaica is said
to be a Socialist, but that's no sign
that ho is more sociablo than his prede
cessor, Sir Aloxaudor Swettenlmm.
California papers have gone into ec
stacius over the address to tho jury of
Native Son Delmas, in which ho mado
Thaw the champion of American wo
manhood. Well, as tho old lady said,
it 's all a matter of taste.
. "Chicago seems to have been able to
discriminate botweon a theory and a
.condition," says tho Now York Tribune.
Having never heard Willio Hearst called
either of theso names, wc do not ex
actly catch tho Tribune's meaning, but
it .seems that Willio is a triile to real
iitic to be a mere theory and too easily
downed to bo a very serious condition.
Frank Ilcnoy told two thousand stu
dents at Berkeley yesterday to 'be
"fighting men." Just as President
Koosevelt told the Harvard students
not to bo "mollycoddles." Thero is a
lot of difference between a "fighting
man" and a "molycoddle," as we in
terpret tho president's term, and it is
up to no mo prominent personage to tell
M)ine other students to be the difference
between fighting men nnd mollycoddles.
That should bo a very happy medium;
it will keep a man from gotting licked
when he is looking for a fight or run
ning away from it and it offers an op
portunity for the coining of n new
OLD LAW WILL STAND
Tho present erratic action of tho met
al markets, particularly that in cop
per, gives evidence of considerable
manipulation. Xo reason is given for
the slump in the price of the metal and
it must be concluded that the lower
prices quoted are not the result of a
normal condition, based uon consump
tion and production. The demand for
copper has been increasing steadily and
will continue to increase, whilo no ap
preciable increase in production can bo
looked for, for at least a year. Tho
heavy users of the metal may balk at
what they consider an exorbitant price,
but they will eventually eomo up to it,
just as they have- done during tho last
eight months. .There is no way of get
ting the better of the law of supply and
THAT MYSTERIOUS "CON
SPIRAOY" It scarcely needed the positive denial
of Senator Penrose that ho ever mado
the statement attributed to him that
a pool of "rich men" had raised a
fund of $.",000,000 to prevent tho nom
ination for president of any llepub
lican fnvored by Mr. Hoosevclt to dis
eiedit the extraordinary story given out
at the Whito House. It wns essentially
improbable and inehrently absurd.
The president, in one of his letters to
Mr. Harriman, said "wo are both prac
tical men." In his talk to tho news
paper mpn in his private office on
Thursday he boasted that ho was "no
novico" in politics. He certainly has
not been, up to a very recent date. How
could a "practical man" of tho hard
headed Harriman class, or a sensoned
expert in politics, credit tho yarn no
matter how circumstantially told that
a senator "in his cups" had given away
a deep laid plot to prevent the presi
dent from naming his successor, through
the use of $5,000,000 and tho employ
ment of tho gnuzy device of electing
favorite son delegates in tho several
states, ostensibly friendly to Boosovelt,
but secretly bent on his overthrow?
In the first pface, no "captain of
industry" with brains enough to havo
accumulated a million dollars could bo
io idiotic as to beliovo that any amount
of money could turn back tho populnr
tide that has been running Mr. Itooso-'
velt's way for tho last five years. Even
a plutocrntic paranoiac could havo no
such delusion as that.
In the second place, tho president's
choice for tho nomination is known to
bo Secretary Taft. Are there any
"rich Republicans" in Pennsylvania,
Now York or elsewhere who would bo
afraid to trust Taft ns president, or
who would not infinitely profor him to
"Hrynn, Hearst or any of that crowd?
Would not even tho Harrimans, Mor
gans, Vandcrbilts and Rockefellers n
thousand time? rather hnvo'him than
Roosovelt for another torm which
might be tho result of such tin nttompt
as has been described to reverse the
Senator Ponroso says not only that
ho novor mado tho statomont attributed
to him, nor heard of such a fund, but
that he has not nttonded any "recent
diunor" at AVnshington, having boon
absent from the country for a month.
Furthermore, ho says, as tho record
proves, that ho has "always been u
supporter of nnd believer in President
Roosovelt 's administration nnd all its
policies." Tho Standard Oil officials
and Mr. Harriman characterize tho
story as false and preposterous.
It may bo possible that "all men are
liars" savo ono but theso denials
were not necessary to discredit tho
mare's nest story told to tho corres
pondents at Washington. Boston Her
Fine line of Indies' hats jiwt rocoived
at the Racket Store. tf
Tho College- Boy
Of this clover young comedinn who
is to nppoar horo nt Dreamland Tuesday,
April 10, tho comedy with music, "The
Collego Boy," much enn be said. Ho
has recontly renched his majority, but
has alreadv starred in some of the lnrg
est musical comedies. "ThovMaid nnd
tho Mummy" and recent revivals of
comic oporn in Now lork. Last season
his porformanco of Anthony Twccdlo
punch in "Florndora" earned tho very
highest encomiums from the eastern
press. He has plnycd Tom in "All tho
Comforts of Home," tho Aunt in
"Chnrlov's Aunt." At the head of
his own comic oporn company this sea
son and in "Tho College Boy" ho has
a part that fits him like a glove and Una
ample opportunity for introducing his
phenomenal dnncing. Thq supporting
companr are all clover comedians select
ed from tho musical comedies f'Tho
Silver Slipper," "Florndora" and oth
Globo, Ariz., April 0, 1007.
Notice is hereby given that J. C,
Britt is no longer in the employ of, or
in any way connected with the under
signed, and said company will. not be
responsible for any debts or obligations
contracted bv him.
CAXAXEA & GLOBE EXPLORATION
& DEVELOPMENT CO. 183
Five Aces Changed Poker to Razors
Is assault justifiable when rnnde on a
person found holding five nces in a
This knotty problem Magistrate Gcis
man was called upon to solve yestprday
in tho Myrtle Avenue police court, in
Brooklyn, when three men were nr
raigned charged with having inflicted
several gashes with razors on tho face
of a fourth.
The accused men are Tony Briglise,
Pedro Colero and Ermino San Juan
They with Robino Zgesian, engaged in
a five-cent limit poker game Mnoday
evening. The game proceeded quietly
until Zglesian, it is alleged, threw down
a hand of five aces and attempted to
take tho pot.
A few minutes later he was bleed
ing, and his screams called the police
The magistrate remanded tho' prisoners
tor a further hearing. New York Amer
"Got tho habit" go to Tho Dime.
Globe, Ariz., April 9, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that J. C,
Britt is no longer in tho employ of, or
in any way connoctcd with the under
signed, and said company will not be
responsible for any debts or obligations
contracted bv him.
18.1 MITCHELL MLVING CO.
Lassoed a Big Eagle
Sherman Gardner succeeded in cap'
turing a magnificent specimen of the
bald eagle in somo timber near his
home, three miles west of here.
Gardner had gone to the timber to
secure somo firewood and spied tho! eagle
which was resting on the topmost
branch of a tree. With a small rifle
ho succeeded in winging the bird, nnd it
fluttered to the ground. He approached
it and endeavxored to make it : pris
oner, but in spite of its wounded, wing
the bird put up a gallant fight, striking
Gardner with his uninjured pinion and
tearing his clothes and lacerating his
face and hands with his sharp talons.
Finally Gardner secured a lasso and
succeeded in looping this nbout the neckj
of tho eagle, and then wound the bal
ance of tho rope about its wings so as
to render it helpless. He then took thu
bird home and dressed its injured wing.
The eaglo is one of tlio largest speci
mens that ever havo been seen in this
vicinity, measuring more than seven
feet from tip to tip. Atlanta Goorginn.
. . i
J. N. Porter, having bought n largo
block of Globo Bank & Savings com
pany stock, he vwas duly elected vice
president thoreof, and during my nb
sonce will bo tho managing director of
Tho Globe Bank & Savings Company,
Incorporated. E. F. KELLNER,
P. O. JB. Notice
All members of Globo Acrio 191, Fra
ternal Order of Eagles, and visiting
brothers in good standing are requested
to be present at tho next regular) meet
ing, Sunday, April 14, as thoro jis im
portant business to bo nttended tq. Af
ter tho business of tho evening is con
cluded thoro will be a social session and
refreshments. S. R. LOWTHLVN,
Tho now cash register at Bonnels Cen
tral Market will commence. Issuing tick
ots on Saturday morning, March: 30, to
every cash customer. On return of
theso coupon tickets to the amount of
$10 tho customer will receive 50 cents
in trade. Save your coupons. ) 173
Dress Reform In Cincinnati
A now dress roformcr is abroad, a
now Richmond has entered the field to
enforce sensiblo attire for women. Ho
has 000 assistants sworn to aid him, nnd
his name is Milliken, chiof of police.
Here is his edict, issued today:
"Tho kimono must not bo worn on
"The high heeled slippers must go,
when nccompanicd by purple stockings
or othor gaudy anko inoascment.
"Skirts must not bo hold too high,
no matter how rainy tho dny.
"Young girls must not wenr fascin
ators." Milliken has said it. He has told his
lieutenants, sorgennts and patrolmen to
arrest any persons appearing on, the
streets in attire that would not 'look well
in church. Cincinnati dispatch to Phil
adelphia North Ameiican.
Sowing machines to rent at J. T.
McNoil's Furnituro store, opposite the
Minors' union hall. Globe, Ariz. 149tf
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
THE MOORE, MERRITT INSURANCE
& REALTY COMPANY
Know All Men by These Piesents:
That we, tho Bidersigned, havo this
day associated ourselves together for
the purpose of incorporating, under tho
lnws of tho Territory of Arizona, .'and
do hereby adopt tho following Articles
The names of tho incorporators of
this company nro Robert E. Merritt and
Fredoriek W. Moore.
Tho namo of this corporation is, nnd
shall bo THE MOORE, MERRITT IN
SURANCE & REALTY COMPANY.
Its principal place of business shall
be in the City of Globe, Giln County,
Tho objects for which this corpora
tion is formed are, as follows:
To act as Agent for foreign Fire In
surance Companies and Biich other Com
panies an may require an Agent in said
City of Globe.
To act as Agent and Broker for the
purchase and sale of real estate, per
sonal property, mines and mining prop
erty, stocks, promissory notes, and all
other evidences of indebtedness; to bor
row and loan money on real estate, per
sonal or other collaterals, and to nego
tiate loans; to purchase, own, hold, sell,
mortgage and convey real estate, mines
and mining Ideations.
To accept and execute trusts of any
and every nnture; to attend, in legal
mnnner, to tho management nnd settle
ment of estates; to act as trustee, ex
ecutor, administrator, or guardian of
The amount of tho capital stock of
this corporation shall be sixty thousand
($60,000.00) dollars, divided into C0,000
shares of tho par value of one ($1.00)
dollar each to be fully paid, in cash
or property when issued and shall be
The highest amount of indebtedness,
to which this corporation shall at any
time bo subject, shall not exceed two
thirds (2-thirds) of tho capital stock.
The corporate powers of this company
and tho conduct of the affairs thereof
shall be vested in a Board of Directors
composed of not less than two (2) per
sons, who shall bo stockholders, the
first directors shall be, Robert E. Mer
ritt and Frederick W. Moore,. who shall
hold oflico until the second Monday in
January, 1P0S, nnd until tho election
and qualification of their successors.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
era and directors of this corporation
.shall be on the second Monday in Jan
nary of each and'every year, at said
stockholders meeting the directors of
this corporation shall bo elected, and
at said directors meeting tho oflicers of
this corporation shall be elected, said
first annual meeting wliall be on tho sec
ond Monday in January, 1008.
The oflicers of this corporation shall
bo a President, Secretary and Treasurer,
and such other ofiices as the board of
directors may from time; to time deem
it expedient to appoint. iTho following
directors shall be the oflicers of this
corporation until tho second Monday in
January, 1908, to wit: Robert E. Mer
ritt, President, nnd Frederick W. Moore,
.Secretary and Treasurer.
TK& corporate existence of this com
pany shall commence on the day of the
filing of these Articles of Incorporation
in the oflico of tho County Recorder of
Gila County, .Arizona, and a certified
copy thereof with tho Auditor of this
Territory, and shall continue for tho
period of twenty-five yenrs thereafter.
Tho stockholders private property
shall bo exempt from all liability for
corporate debts of any kind.
The by-laws of this corporation shall
be adopted at n meeting of the stock
holders to bo held for that purpose as
soon as practicable after the signing
of these Articles, and tho same may bo
changed, altered or amended at n spe
cial meeting of tho stockholders called
for that purpose by a majority of tho
stock, or at any annual meeting thereof.
In Witness Whereof, Wo and each of
us have hereunto set our hands and
seals this 4th day of March, A. D. 1907.
R. E. MERRITT,
FREDERICK W. MOORE.
nrnniTrinv rw i-mrrrwri
County of Gila. ss.
Beforo me, J. W. Wcntworth, a No
tary Public in and for tho County of
Giln, Territory of Arizona, on this dnv
personally appeared Robert E. Merritt
and Frederick W. Mooro, known to mo
to be the persons whoso names are sub
scribed to tho foregoing instrument and
acknowledged to mo that they executed
tho samo for tho purposes and consider
ation thcroin expressed.
Given under ray hand and seal of
oflico this 4th day of March, A. D. 1907,
My commission oxpires February Oth.
1910. . J. W. WENTWORTII.
163 Notary Public.
Make Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
AilvertUcmcnls under thU head 10 cents per lfne the tlrst Insertion nnd 8 dents per lino enoh
subsequent Insertion. Hy the month, ll.ou per line Noud Inserted for less thnn to cent. AH
Vdaiinder this head must be paid for In advance. D'scount to rogunr advertisers.
TIMBER FRAMERS WANTED Ex
perienced men only. Apply to War
rior Copper Co., Black Warrior, Aiiz.
TOOL SHARPENERS WANTED Ex
pcrienced men only. Apply to Wnr
rior Copper Co., Black Warrior, Ariz.
WANTED Position as first-class cook,
city or country. R. K. Bennett, Gen
oral Delivery. 159
SHIFT BOSS WANTED Thoroughly
reliable, experienced and up to dato
shift boss wanted to take charge of
a crew of men at a produciug mine
near Globo, Ariz.; a very desirablo
osition; school, store and postoflicc
in camp; references required; replies
confidential. G, Silver Belt office.
WANTED Competent, waiters at the
Experienced lady stenographer wants
position; quick and accurato; best of
references. Address Stenographer, F,
this office. 159
A LITTLE BIT
Farmer Attacked by a Goose
Allen Andrews, a young farmer, was
attacke1 and badly lacerated by a wild
goose yesterday. A flock of wild geeso
was flying north wnrd and Audrews saw
ono bird drop into somu bushes.
Ho npprouched tho goose, which at
tacked him, and twenty minutes clapsd
before Andrews succeeded in choking it
to death. The goose stood two feet high
and weighed twenty pounds. Winsted,
Conn., dispatch to the New York Her
ald'. HAS CHANGED HANDS
Tho Mctropole Cafe has changed
hands and is now under the manage
ment of Mr. Fred Tcmme. The place
will now be known as the Acme hotel
and will be run strictly, first-class in
ovory respect. tf
Is one of Globo 's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-cluss in
hit line. Call and be convinced.
A satisfied customer is my best ad
vertisement. M. C. Bonne, Central Mar
The Globe Bank & Savings company,
incorporated, pays 4 per cent on terra
deposits and always ready to make
loans on securities of all kinds. ISO
We receive Kansas poultry twice a
week. Globe Meat Market.
Oo to the Central Market and receive
a ticket with your purchase. 173
"Live and let live." Union Casb
Market, C Musgravc, proprietor.
Choice beef, pasture fed and the fin
est to bo had anywhere. Globe Meat
Bergeron's orchestra will play tonight
at Dreamland for the big dance and
will play each night until further no
tice. Come and hear this orchestra.
Choice hams and bacon, none finer
Globe Meat Market. -
The Central Market coupon tickets
are valuable. Save them. 173
Brick I Brick!
Partios wanting brick can have' their
wants promptly supplied by leaving
their orders nt tho office of
OIBSON. & HENDERSON,
Mines and Stock Exchange, Globe, Ariz.
New 1 Bakery
THE CITY BAKERY
Scoble, Sobey & Co.'s
BREAD, PIES AND CAKES
See our display in the window today
FRED TEMME, Manager
Formerly the Metropole Cafe
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT AND STRICTLY FIRST
CLASS IN EVERY WAY
Finest Lines of Wines
Liquors and Cigars
The most delicious and refreshing glass of beer in
town. .Commercial trade solicited
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS CAFE IN CONNECTION
WANTED At Silver Belt office, cot
ton rags for press washing.
FOB RENT Room in the Postofflce
building. Apply ntilvcr Belt office.
TO LET Two room cabin for batch
ing. Inquire Mrs. J. L. Kuopfcl, sec
ond houso south of Hill street bridge.
FOR RENT Several neatly furnished
rooms at the McKevitt house, north
of bridge, over Angius & Zenovich
grocery store. 181
FOR RENT One large furnished room
for light housekeeping. Inquire of
Mrs. George R. Hill, old Ballground
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Pair gray buckskin gloves be
tween Sultan's grocery and Ball
grounds. Return to this office.
LOST Pair of -gauntlet gloves; new
nutomobilo gloves. Reward for return
to this office
Phono in your want ads. Main 231.
Notice of Stockholders" Meoting
March 2S, 1900.
Tho annual meeting of the, stockhold
ers of The Keystone Copper Company
will be held nt the office of L L. Henry,
in tho courthouse, nt Globe, Arizona, on
the Uth day of April, 1907, -it 2 o'clock
p. in., for the purnose of electing direct
ors and fur the trunsactmu ot such
other business us may come bdfoic said
meeting. L E. WIUHTMAN,
A dollar's worth of fun for ten cents
at The Dimo.
The fish liar will soon be on deck
Nothing is more unsatisfactory than
vanity in others.
Life is a good deal liko a comic opera
without a plot.
Many a man's success in life is duo
to the accident of birth.
We do a lot of talking about tho
weather, but it doesn't do any good.
Trying to live up to 'his good roputa
tion has kept many a man poor. Chi
Storage room phone 601.
Dr. M. D. Thomas, the eye specialist,
has concluded to stay in Globe until
April 20. The Dr. fits glasses and a fit
guaranteed. Money back if you are not
satisfied. Will call any part of the city.
Telephone 731 or stop white team. 1C9
The Globe Bank & Savings Co. Inc.
pays 4 per cent on term deposits niid
always ready to make loans on securi
tics of all kinds. 180
Swellest goods in town. Ladies' suits,
cloaks, silk dresses and gowns, waists,
skirts, hosiery, millinery, new goods,
switches, fancy goods, etc. The Feoplo's
Store, Dolph Baatz, Prop., Globe, Ariz
Try our .sausage, the very finest in
quality. Globe Meat Market.
Fine frosh Kansas pork. Globe Meal
No flies in Bonne's Central Market,
Come and get your tickets. 173
If you are lost follow anybody; you
will bring up ut The Dime.
Remember, your money back if for
any reason you want it when you get
glasses from Dr. Thomas. 69
A large carload of Stove and Ranges;
the World's best
Monarch Malleable Range
Moore's Merit Steel Range
Stewart's Steel Range
Excelsior Steel Range
Cast wood and coal Cook Stoves. Gasoline
Stoves and Ovens
A large car of Alaska Refrigerators and
Ice1 Chests, white enameled and plain, all
sizes and prices.
A large assortment of Art Squares and Rugs
Cheap and High Prices
J. P. McNEIL
Opposite Miner's Union Hall
DO YOU WANT TO SAVfc MONEY
If so, trade at
MILL WILLIAMS' STORE
Liquors and Cigars
Brown & Scanlan
Successors to I. 0. LOWTHIAN
Fuel, Feed and Groceries
P. O. Box 696
Luke Angiut Steve Kristovich Nick Zenovich
TRY THE NEW FIRM
ANGIUS --ZENOVICH CO.
Dealers in Groceries and Provisions
Winet, Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos, Etc.
' Everything Reliable and Endorsed by PureFeod Law
P. O. Box 59 1--Phone 1571 McKevitt Bldg., Globe, Arizona
The Finest Resort in Globe
Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines
' and Liquors
Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
Finest rooms in the city.
Everything new, rats
reasonable and special
inducements offered to
by the month
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cream and Bu ter
milk in any quantity and
always on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
Boots and Shoes
Telephone 751 Store Opp. Depot
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Of the quality you want, in the
Quantity you require, is our of
er in Meats ana Poultry.
Another offer we propose is
careful handling, cutting and
Still another, lowest selling
price the market will warrant.
With such a combination,
roved by years of square
ealing, ought we not to nave
Pioneer Meat Co.
QUICK SERVICE, MEALS
AND SHORT ORDERS A
SPECIALTY. IN REAR
OF STAG SALOON : :
SHORTY and JIM
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