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I-, i, ?. " DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Page Two Thursday, May 30, 1907 ,M ARIZONA SILVER BELT DAILY AND WEEKLY Published each morning oxoopt Monday. Admitted to tlio mails as second class matter JOS. H. IIAMTLL, Proprietor Mombor of tho Associated Prosa STJBSOEIPTION RATES Dally, by mall, ono year Daily, by carrlor, ono month Weekly, ono year ........ Weekly, six months .) .$7.50 . .75 . 2.50 . 1.25 Cosh in advance Subscribers' Notice Subscribers ploaio notify this ofllco in caso of non-dellvory if tho dully, Monday exceptod. 1 Advertising rates mado known on ap plication. President Roosevelt can probably give n satisfactory answer to that burn ing question "Why is a wildcat wild!" ...I , , X Peoplo aro beginning to boliovo that Presidont Roosevelt's "squnro deal" is round and that it's tho "big stick" that's square. Thc.Taps havo started things again in 'Frisco, just as though tho Ruof and Schmitz cases had ontled and tho street car strlko-woro settled. The Ouatemalans aro reported as throwing up intrenchmonts on tho Mux ican border. They nro probably not accustomed to such heavy diot. A drink has been discovered in Af rica that forces peoplo undor it's in tluencc to tell tho truth. Wouldn't thorc bo something doing if that brand would becomo popular in Frisco f Even the oldest inhabitant fails to recollect a storm Buch as yestorday's at this time of tho year. It was cor tainly a boon to Globe and gave the streets and alloys a good flushing out. Tho school bond eloction (resulted in a unanimous victory for tho bond issue ' There is nothing remarkable about tho result as it cannot bo con ccived "why anyono should voto against tho botterment of school conditions. The latest addition to President Roosevelt's Ananias Club is a preach cr who thinks ho knows moro about wild animals than tho president. He ought to bo ridiculous. There isn't anything that Teddy doesn't know moro about than anyono else. There is agitation for a "safe and sane' " Fourth of July in Douglas to defeat which soveral physicians havo promised to treat frco of chargo nil boys who havo their eyes shot out or who contract tetanus from toy pistols. This should bo enough to causo tho would-bo reformers to take to tho tall unamputated mosquito. As we havo received no moro epistol ary communications from the bluo "Black Hand," we tako it that the incident is closed. If tho lowdown scrub who has real or imaginary griev ances against this paper or its editor will tlisguiso himself as a man and como to this office with his gricvanco wo may be ablo to treat him as though ho were really a man. But tho chances aro that he is only a near-anarchist, ono .of those long-distance, spineless bad men, who haven't ncrvo enough to bat a mosquito without first taking a drink to got tho required courage. A THOUGHT TOR MEMORIAL DAY In a few days tho war department will award tho contract for 20,000 marble headstones to mark the graves of Confederate soldiers and sailors who died in Federal military prisons and hospitals during tho Civil war, and who were buried near tho place of con finement. A former South Carolina con gressman, Colonel William Elliott, has been appointed by tho government com missioner to tako chargo of the work. Tho territory where tho graves are lo cated extends from .tho northern boun- i claries .of tho .country as far south as Santa Ye, and tho purpose into identify tho grave of every prisoner thnt can bo located. Tho greatest idea connected with Me morial day is that of nationality pre served by a peoplo who movo along tho lines of destiny in patriotic dovotion to a common country. Moro than half tho armies of tho Civil war havo passed away, and, counting both armies, over 50,000 veterans a year aro vanishing from .tho muster rolls. Jlomngo to tho dead who acted their pnrt bravely is a noblo sontiment, and tho soldiers who fell in tho great strugglo woro as heroic as any .in history. The great monument that has ,been reared is tho United States, a republic so much grander than any other that it stands in a placo of its own. An undivided country recog nizes all its sons when it puts tho mar bio tablots at tho graves of tho thou sands of prisoners. Globo-Domocrat. Dr. H. B. Holbrook, dentist, over Brown's millinory storo, Globo Ofllco building, room 2. OF u NEW Y IDEA" Marriago and Dlvorco In tho Smart Set Satirically Troated and "Wholesomo Truths Aro Spoken in Brilliant IUnes Mrs. Fisko Hero Tomorrow Night. Langdon Mitchell's play, "Tho Now York Idea," which Mrs. Fisko is to do at Dreamland theater on tomorrow night, is said to contain a surprising, uumbor of brilliant lines. In fact, tho dinloguo is a rapul-firo of torso, collo quial, thoroughly .modern wit, with a mingling, too, of wholesomo truths. Thoy nro not, it is said, forced epi grams, but tho natural outgrowth of tho situations in tho ploy. Most of tho best lines strike satirically at tho mat ter of marriage and divorco as viewed in tho "smart" world which is the object of Mr. Mitchell's good-natured raillery. This mnttor of dlvorco, which is of vital importanco in this country at presont, is tho serious underlying idea that gives Mr. Mitchell's play vitality and value. Hero aro somo of tho linos tnkon at random from differ ent nets of tho play: "Now York is bounded on tho north, cast, south and west by tho stnto of divorce." "American mnrringo is Hko a wiro fence. Tho woman is tho wiro, tho posts nro tho husbands, One, two, three nnd if you cast your oyo into tho fu turo you enn count tlioih post after post nil tho way to Dakota." "You can drink to tho relation I am to You." "Well, what relation nro you to mo!" ' I am your first wife onco removed. ' ' "What sort of a young woman is shot" "Men ndmiro her." (Naturally a woman says it.) "Marry for a whim and leave tho rest to the divorco court. That is tho Now York idea." "It's a vory alarming symptom this passionnto desiro to mako ono's former husband unhappy." "I'm not an Amoricnn you know; I was brought up not to interrupt." "Somo of your American girls aro tho nicest boys I evor mot." "If a woman has once married to a man that is, the first mnn sho marries sho may quarrol, sho may hato him, but she will always bo jealous of him with other womon." Tho advance snlo of seats has. boon very satisfactory, but thoro aro plenty of good scats loft, and our advico would bo to got them this morning, and avoid tho crowd at tho window. Mexico Is Ready for War "Docs tho departure of Frederico Gamboa, Mexican minister to Guate mala, from the capital of that republic mark tho last step prior to a severance of all diplomatic relations between tho two countries!" is tho question that arouses the deepest public concorn at Washington at this time. The Mexican government is not dis posed, it is said, to tako any action that would "precipitate overt acta of war." On the contrary, it is the pol icy of President Diaz, according to the information of thoso in well-informed circles, to furnish nothing that might be construed as a casus belli. For the present tho Mexican peoplo do not see anything in tho recent series of unpleas ant incidents calling for moro serious action than hns already been taken, but their knowledge of tho events lead ing immediately up to tho departuro of Minister Gamboa is limited. Both tho administration and tho peo plo wish to maintain peace. They real izo there is little to bo gained by war with tho victory over Guatomala, and appreciate that hostilities wonld upset economic conditions just at a time when a vast number of important finan cial operations nro pending.- Chiof among tho economic considerations that would bo jeopardized is tho govern ment's railway merger deal. At the same timo Mexico is not in a mood to stand any foolishnss or to overlook insults to her dignity by tho ruler of an ndjoining nation. If war at any timo should becomo a necessity, -Mexico will stnko quickly nnd hard. That is tho policy which President Dim, proclaims between his expressed hopes for continued peace. Mexican cnblo dispatch in Now York World. SEEK BRYAN'S OVERTHROW Prominent Domocrata- Plan to Prevent His Nomination According to information which reached Washington ycqtonlay by way of New York, thcro is a serious move ment on foot among prominent Demo crats to prevent, if possiblo, tho nomi nation of William Jennings Bryan for tho presidency in 1908, says tho Wash ington Post. Ono reason for tho oppo sition to Mr. Bryan is that his govern ment ownership of railroads proposi tion and his initiative and referendum idea aro altogether too radicnl, and thnt the Democrats could not present a platform containing such declarations boforo tho peoplo nnd expect to win. Tho second objection is that,, having boon defeated twice, ho would bo some thing of n "hoodoo" if ndminutcd again. Tho tactics to bo employed by thoso who aro oposed to Bryan's nomination nro somewhat similar to thoso invoked by Republicans, who do not Want Presi dent Roosovolt to dictnto tho nomina tion of his successor to tho Republican national convention. Thnt is to say, tho favorito son gamo will bo played, and a largo crop of candidates put in tho Hold. It is already proposed that Ohio should put forward Attorney Gen eral Judson Hnrmon; that Delaware should present United States Judge George Gray; Toxas should offer Son ator Charles A. Culberson; Goorgia should indorso Governor Hoke Smith, former secretary of tho interior, and Missouri present Governor Polk. Tho plan, as reported, is to crcato a Hold whoso aggrogato strength will ,ox cced that of Mr. Bryan and insuro his BRILLIANCY defeat for tho nomination. THE IMMIGRANTS Our Uncle Sam 's a kindly mnn llo-snid to 'alj who roam: "Como hithor; stay with me awhilo, And I'll give you a homo." And when he called, from other lands There enmo a motloy crow; His farm thoy coveted, and so Tho long procession grow. A fine domain hnd TJnclo Sam, Boncath a kindly sun; To each ho gavo a slice, and thon They bado thoir couBins como. ; His ehildron cried, "Stop father, 'stop! What will your children do, If you thoir birthright giyp uway To each that asks of you!" "You'ro sturdy lads just hustlo 'round And ouch ono help his brother, And when thoy crowd you from ono place, Why, thon, just try anothor." So somo wont off to Canada, And somo wont oft", to Mexico, Somo to tho islands of the sous, And somo to Jericho. And still thoy come liko somo mad stream In its tempestuous flow; Poor ehildron of tho Puritans, You'vo suroly got to gol In somo museum soon you'll find Or in somo traveling show One Yankco and ono Indian, And ono Inst buffalo. Ninette M. Lowntor in Globo-Domocrnt. World's Biggest Brldgo Plans woro filed yestordny by Vico President Sntnuol Rca of tho Pennsyl vania railroad for tho steel viaduct and bridgo that will connect tho Long Isl and nnd Pennsylvania lines nt tho Long Island City terminus of the tunnel with tho Now York, Now Haven & Hartford tracks, in the Bronx. It will bo tho longest nnd heaviest steel bridgo in tho world, 80,000 tons of steel being used in its construction. Tho plans for tho bridgo show n steel nrch span of 1,000 foot between abut monts. These nbutmonts nro monumen tal stono towers, dividing tho nrch bridgo proper from tho steel viaduct that forms approaches to it. Granite at tho base, molded concroto above, the towors will rise to a height of 200 feet and will contnin rooms needed for rail road operation. Tho tracks themselves, 140 fcot above tho water, will pass through tho stool arches that rise 150 fcot highon Somo of the steel mombcrs will be nlno fcot in dinmotor and will weigh 100 tons each. Bcsidos planning a bridgo of ample strength, tho company has endeavored to mako it a thing of beauty. Tho huge arches will be created in tho snmo manner as tho huge cantilever bridge on Blackwell's Island. The car rying capacity, it is said, will bo twenty times greater than that of the Brook lyn bridge. Now York World. Mott "Live and lot live." Union Cash Markot, C Musgrave, proprietor. ORDINANCE NO. TWENTY-SIX An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number Three. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Common Council of tho City of Globo: SECTION I. Section X of Ordinance Number Three of tho City of Globo is hereby amended to read as follows: SECTION X. The compensation of tho various of ficers of the City of Globo is hereby fixed as follows: Tho City Clerk shall receive a salary cf seventy-fivo dollars per month. Tho City Attorney shall rcccivo a sal ary of ono hundred dollars per month, and an nllowanco of fifteen cents per folio for typewriting. Tho City Marshal shall rccoivo n sal ary of ono hundred nnd forty dollars per month. Ho may appoint deputies at a salary not exceeding ono hundred and twenty dollars per month, but such deputies may bo discharged by tho Common Council nt any time. Tho Supervisor of Streets shall re coivo a salary of ono hundred nnd thirty-five dollars per month. All salaries, unless otherwise ordered, shall becomo duo and payablo on tho first tiny of each month. SECTION II. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith aro licroby re pealed. V SECTION in. This ordinance shall tako effect and bo in force from and after its passage Passed and adopted tho Oth day of May, A. D. 1007. Approved: W. S. SULTAN, (Seal) Maor. Attest: P. J. Elliott, Clerk. 204 ORDINANCE NO. TWENTY-SEVEN An Ordinance Relating to tho Number ing of Houses. Bo it ordained by tho Mayor and Common Council of tho City of Globo: SECTION I. It is hereby mado tho duty of every housoholdcr, owner, occupnnt or other person having chargo or control of nny house within tho City of Globe, to majn tain upon each such house, in conspicu ous places, such number or numbers as may bo required, designated and fur nished by tho City pf Globe. For ench numbor designated, furn ished and placed in position such house holder, occupant or agent shall pay tho City tho sum of fifty cents. Tho said houses shall bo numbered on a basis of ono hundred numbers, divided equally per block, and distrib uted consccutivoly nnd proportionally on oithor aido of tho street in each block, tho odd numbers boing upon tho cast and south sides of the strcots res pectively, and tho oven numbors boing upon tho north and west sides of tho streets, as nearly ns may bo. SECTION H. It is heroby made tho duty of tho Superintendent of Strcots to superin tend the numboring of houses as afore said and tho collecting therefor. SECTION JII. This ordinanco shall tako effect and bo in forco from and after its pas sage. Passed and ndoptcd tho 23d day of May, A. D. 1907. Approved: ' W. S. SULTAN, (Seal) ' Mayor. Attest: P. J. Elliott, Clerk. 204 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Make Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Resets. . Advertisements under this bead 10 cents per line the flrst Insertion ncd 6 cents per Una each subsequent insertion. By the mouth, 11.00 per line. N o ad Inserted for less than KOoenu. All all under this heud must be paid for in cdvanoe. Discount to regular advertisers. WANTED STENOGRAPHER Experienced, well cducatod stenographer wishes posi tion; rapid nnd accurate. P. O. box 85. 200 WANTED A girl to assist In kitchen; apply Miller boarding houso, near O. D. smoltor. 199 WANTED Competent waiters at the Dominion hotel. WANTED Chambermaid at once at Dominion hotel. WANTED Business women to travel represent a wholesale firm. Apply room 28, Dominion hotel, Mrs. M. C. Hall. 210 JAP BOY WANTS situation In mining camp or boarding house. Address Jap, this office. 202 WANTED Work as tool sharpener. Address Experienced, Silver Belt of fice. WANTED Lady cook wan to i at Mur phy's boarding houso in NoVth Globe. 108 FOR RENT FOR RENT Housekeeping and furn ished rooms. Call immediately this office. 210 A Gambler's Chancos What little chauco there is to beat n professional gambler at his own gamo is tho subject of u demonstration now being carried on in room No. 120, Bible house, by John P. Quinn, a reformed gambler. Mr. Quinn was seen yester day, and said that ho gave up gambling nineteen years ago, and since then had bpent his time in exposing crooked gambling. Ho is now at work organiz ing an unti-gainbling league, and has in this project tho indorsement of many of tho prominent clergymen of .the city. Mr. Quinn has gambling instruments of nil kinds, nnd not with ono of tliom, ho says, has tho player a chance to win against the game. All of his machines have won thousands of dollars for their former owners nnd woro purchased by Mr. Quinn for his demonstrations. At cards and dico Mr. Quinn can easily win, nnd at the former can tell in a moment what is held by the other man. At tho game of rouge ct noir, tho favorite at most of the European gam bling houses, he shows how the public is fleeced by being able to turn up each time the color opposite to tho ono bet on. A roulette wheel, worked with an electric device, is one of tho interesting exhibits. Mr. Quinn says that this wheel won over $50,000 for its owner boforo it camo into .his possession. Now York Tribune. Daily Arizona Silver Belt, $7.50 per yoar In advance. Swollost goods In town. Ladies' suits, cloaks, silk dresses and gowns, waists, skirts, hosiery, millinery, new goods, switches, fancy goods, etc. Tho People's Store, Dolpa Baats, Prop., Globo, Ariz. A Dangerous Timo "Recently a well known bishop," said James Keating of Chicago at the Hotel Duncan, "was a guest at a din ner party of which I was a member. A young woman noted for her witty remarks said to him: 'Do you know there nro times when it is positively dangerous to enter a church!' " 'When is that!' asked the bisfiop, with somo surprise. " 'Why,' said tho young woman, 'it is when tlicro is a canon nt tho read ing desk, a big gun at tho pulpit, when tho bishop is charging his clergy, tho choir murdering tho anthem, nnd the organist trying to drown the choir,' " Nashville Tcnncssccan. Van Wagcnon, next door to tho post office, docs a general painting nnd pa per hanging business. All work guaran teed. Wo frame pictures. Naquin & Co. Kuroki's Report If Gcnoral Kuroki's mission to this country is to seo whether it is worth having, ho will certainly enrry bnck an afllrmativo report. Ho will also report that it will be mighty hnrd to get. Kansas City Journal. Satisfaction our motto. Wo have tho best equipped paint storo in tho city. Van Wngonen, next door to tho postoffice. Givo us a call. t tm Sowing machines for rent at J. P. McNeil's Furniture storo, opposite tho Minors' union hull, Globo, Ariz. 140tf SHsHflsKlsHHOwWEBHl- flLflLLLsHsLiH liiiiiiiiiiiflB9S!M'BBSsBVnBBBBBBBBBBBBTT jBBwffii.BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBBBBLiH lH&fjnHHf H LLLIbH IbbbbbbbbbbHbHi DOMINION MOTEL -Finest Hostlery in the Southwest -80 Rook-Ail Modern Conveniences and the lest of Service FOE RENT Room in the Poetofflce building. Apply at Silver Belt office. FOR RENT Desirable furnished rooms, coolest in town. Mrs. L. G. Coombs, Ballground. tf' FOR RENT Five-room furnished house on tho Ballground. Apply of Mrs. Denis Murphy. tf FOR RENT Two rooms In the Post office building. Apply at tho Silver Bolt office. tf FOR SALS FOR SALE Good attractive house for salo cheap. Address box 302. 109 FOR SALE OR RENT House of four rooms on old Ballground. L. Walli man, South Olobo dairy. tf FOR SALE House of five rooms, easy terms; $900. Apply T. L. Seebold, White Houso 210 FOR SALE Four room bouse and fur niture on four lots at $850; bargain; owner wants to leavo city. Tho Mooro-Mcrritt Insurance & Roalty Co., room 5 over Kecgan's. tf FOR SALE OR RENT Restaurftnt fur- iitiiltml Anr1tr A Wniili T)mask "ouvii, dyi j 4. jJHU II VUlfc JWUOU' volt. II si?' tf FOR SiALE AScmlngton typewriter in flrst-ciuss condition. Address P, O. box 230, Globo, Ariz. l tf Hard to Determine "I've taken deposits over this samo counter for more years than I'd like to own up to," said tho receiving teller in a downtown savings bank, "nnd I've mado quite a study of reading faces, too, but just tho samo I never can tell by looking at a man whother he's going to deposit money or draw some out. Sometimes the shabbiest mnn in tho lino will pull out a big wad of bills to deposit, while a stylishly dressed woman right behind him will want to draw out a couplo of dollars. It would tako a clairvoyant to tell what was going to happen, and just for curiosity I sometimes cast my eye down tho lino, trying to size up the dif ferent people, but it never docs any good. "I remember a Very ragged man coming in onco and depositing $200 in coin and small bills, and right behind him was a fashionably dressed woman who deposited $1. I always remember this instance, as tho persons wcro in such direct contrast." New York Sun. Comparo our ico cream with tho so called ice cream that is peddled on tho .streets. It is easy to distinguish tho difference. Our cream is pure. Andor uon's Confectioner-. Increased Telegraph Tolls Tho natural consequences of the ex tortionate charges now made by the companies will be first, a falling off in business, and second an act of congress regulating the rates of the companies nnd reducing them to a point below that which they were at tho beginning of tho year. That would bo just, for tho companies caAafford to do business for much less tharmho rates which they aro now charging Their capital stock is enormously inflated. Thoy do not represent thorhundrcd millions of dol lars at w:'ch their stock is valued in any present value. Whatever their planumay havo cost, thoy havo depre ciated. Chicago Tribune. i Notice Persons having an account with Phil lipon & Hagcn will please settle with J, C. Phillipson or at tho office. Per sons having accounts against tho firm present claim at once. W. L. HAGEN, .M)7 J. C. PHILLTPSON. Slorago room phono C01. ftVo frame pictures. Naquin & Co. iv the probate court of the Bounty of gila, territory of ARIZONA. In jho Matter of tho Estato of Mathcw 'uxton, Deceased. Notico of Hearing- Notico is licroby given that Lillian Buxton,, wife of Mathow Buxton, de ccuscd, has filed in this court her peti tion praying for letters of administra tion upon tho estato of Mathew Bux ton, deceased, and thnt tho samo will bo. heard on Thursday, tho 23rd day of Mrty, A. D. 1007, at ten o'clock in tho forenoon nf said day, at tho courtroom of said court, in said County of Gila, Territory of Arizona, and all persons interested in snid estato aro notified then and thoro to appear and show causo, if any thoy have, why tho prayer of tho petitioner should not; bo granted. Dated May Oth, 1007. P. C. ROBERTSON, Clerk. By H. Q. Robertson, Deputy Clork. 3 i Just Received A large carload of the World's best Monarch Malleable Range Moore's Merit Steel Range Stewart's Steel Range Excelsior Steel Range Cast wood and coal Stoves A large car of Alaska Refrigerators and Ice Chests, white enameled and plain, aU sizes and prices. A large assortment of Art Squares and Rugr Cheap and High Prices J. P. McNEIL Old Dominion We have received and have now on display a large line of SUMMER GOODS consisting of ORGANDIES PONGEE SILK FRENCH AND SHADOW SILK PERSIAN LAWNS CHINA SILK EGYPTIAN DIMITY JAPANESE SILK NAINSOOK TAFFETA SILK SWISS AND FANCY SILK INDIA HULL NOVELTY SILK DOTTED SWISS TARLATAN AND A FULL LINE OF. PLAIN AND NOVELTY W00LDRESS GOODS IN ALL THE LEADING SHADES ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF SHIRt WAISTS AND DRESSES We have received a new line of Millinery. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT ?tXXOttOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOC Buy Your Bread, Pies, Cakes, Etc. of Us A trial will coavince you that ours is the best bread in town. We have a complete line of CAKE DECORATIONS for special occasions and can make a cake that will "take the cake" Buy W Scoble, Sobey&Co. 'THE QUALITY STORE" ARIZONA STEAM LAUNDRY Hotel MAUREL NORTH GLOBE Finest rooms in the city. Everything new, rates reasonable and special inducements offered to getting accommodations by the month Pioneer Dairy Anderson 9c Blake Fresh Cream and Butter milk in any quantity and always oa hand DAIRY, EAST GLOBE Stoves and Ranges; Cook Stoves. and Ovens Gasoline Opposite Miner's Union Hall ;occooococcococooocooocoooc Commercial Co. ANYTHING YOU WANT! Of the quality you want, in the ?uantity you require, te our of er in Meats and Poultry. Another offer we propose is careful handling, cutting and delivery. ( Still another, lowest selling price the market will warrant With such a combination, roved by years of square ealing, ought ,we not to have your tradef Pioneer Meat Co. IS YOUR WATCH IN GOOD ORDER? When was it oiled and cleaned last! It needs oiling and cleaning once every 18 months at least, whether yC think it does or not. It needs that attention just as sure as an engine done to get the best re sults. If it is neglected the oil evp orates and a friction is set up that i aeeirucuve or. uie nne mecnanism. We do nothing 1 pairing, Jewelry Engraving, All I CBflHBSflfluf but expert Watch Repairing ana nv work ana new p1? furnished guaranteed for one year &" charges are most reasonable. Alio carry a full and complete lice"1 Jewelry ana Optical Goede. O. R. FEIST, the Jeweler At Ryan's News Stand f, v "fl :t MkMumwiwyMM ,&-" A. vi-iu. -! l V:j Tr"l''