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-nv-f Jf ' fsesjF, v4iM. m" qp' "Sfr DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Wednesday, June 12, iqv Page Two MaJH A. i" Vi. mjK "J t V ". Sff . Jj;t?,,tt li nBUBUOOMMnrw w S f ARIZONA SILVER BELT DAILY AND WEEKLY Published each morning oxcopt Monday. Admitted to tho malls as Bccond class matter JOS. II. HAMILL, Troprlotor Mcmbor of tho Associated Press SUBSCRIPTION BATES Daily, by mall, ono year..... .. $7.50 Dally, by carrior, ono month. . .75 Wookly, ono year 2.50 Weekly, sir months 1-25 Cash In advance Subscribers' Notlco Subscribers plcaso notify this oflico In caso of non-delivery of tho daily, Monday excepted. Advertising rates mado known on ap plication. Harry Orchard also stole shcop. Tho church pcoplo of tho country will no doubt bo greatly shocked to learn thnt Harry Orchard played pokor. General Juiroki has sailed for Japan. This is very significant. Kithor ho did not like tho Jamestown exposition or lie is going back to prepare for war. Tho hospitality of tho people of Nor folk has recoived a black oyc. A vis itor to tho Jamestown exposition was fined $30 -for kissing n young lady of that city. Evory lodge in Qlobo is to turn out in tho Fourth of July parade and somo aro going to considorablo expense so -that thoy can make a good showing. Tho pnrado will bo tho greatest over seen in Globe. No ono has noticed President Rooso volt coming to tho defense of Vice ,Prosidont Fairbanks, who is accused of not having beon born in a log cabin and oven the vice president is strangely silent on the snmo question. Tho town of Roosevelt in this county will be entirely submerged and canso quontiy no moro in a fow years. Prob ably that is tho reason it was named after tho president, and, liko him, it is also a symbol of strcnuosity while it lasts. As to tho coming Haguo conference, wo stand stoutly with Czar Nicholas for disarmament. Wo beliovo that if more obstacles wero placed in the way of tho pistol toter it would greatly dis courage tho habit and ovcntually make it extinct. Whoucver you hear of a town or community boasting of its jails being empty and pointing with pride to its sobriety and orderliness, you may rest assurqd it is a dead one. Out in this country ono of tho best signs of pros perity is a full jail. The Japs swelled up over their defeat of the JJussians, aro looking for trouble from Undo Sam. Well, they won't havo to look long nor hard if thoy look in tho right direction nnd they will learn to their sorrow that there is some " difference between tho navies and arm ies of tho Czar and tho United States. The request of cortain Tucson citizens for permission to take Murderer Bald win out of jifil for tho purpose of bap . tizing Lim reminds us of a little inci dent which occurred in Globe last Feb ruary, when a similar request was made on tho Gila countv sheriff. JJiit it was a liigher Motive that actuated the .Globe pjfitfoncrs as hfgh as'tho cross-arm of a'tejephono pole ' .THE "STAND PAT" KAILS Tho vice president of tho Southern Pacific railway notified Mr. Ilnrriman thai 449 rails on tho lino had broken in tho month of February, and that of theso 179 had been in servico less than six months. Tho same defect in rails 1 1 i j.,I,.H,i,ii..i,.iill,I.,HHlli,.Hl.l 1 IflHBrV' IPmmk. Tift a SHOES T LaUe3 high Shoes, sold for $2.50; now T Indies' black Oxfords, sold for $3.00; Ladies' tan Oxfords, sold for $3.00; now soiling for S1.E0 Boys' nico dross Shoes for $2.50; now 81.50 CHILDREN'S SHOES AT YOUR furnished by the United fetfttos Steol corporation has caused many1 smashups and other nccidonts InvolvingHho kill ing of scores of passengers on other lines. As a result of this oxporlenco the Amorican Hallway association appoint ed a committeo of nino of its mombors to demand of tho Steel company a hot ter nnd moro roliablo rail. Mr. Ilnrri man gave an order to tho Tcnncssoo Coal & Iron company, practically tho only independent plant in tho country, for 150,000 tons of rails, saying: "Tho lives of tho passongors on tho Southern Pacific are moro valuable than tho ne cessity for dividends on Stool stocks." Various causes aro assigned for tho inforior rails now supplied by tho trust, but tho bottom reason is that which has lowored tho quality and raised tho prico of nonrly all goods manufactured by a monopoly namely, greed onoour aged and protected by a prohibitory tarifT. The executive head of ono of tho greatest trunk lines in tho country, in roply to a question by a reporter of tho Now York Amorican, na to tho rem edy, said: "Hoviso tho tariff. As long as tho Steol corporation is ablo to control tho ninrkot, deliver tho rails that it thinks good onough, nnd the railrond is help less to go elsewhere, tho trouble cannot bo eradicated unless tho railrouds act ing ns a unit domnnd n chango and rofuso to accept rails unsatisfactory, nnd thnt is hardly probable" And this is tho sort of thing that tho Republican party "stands pat" fori Son of L. E. Bloomburg, Well Known Traveling Man, Who Was Charged With Killing Non-union Car Man in San Francisco, Is Found Not Guilty. Tho Bisbco Miner contains tho fol lowing story which will"' bo of interest to many Olobo friends of L. E. Bloom burg, a well known San Francisco drummer who comes regularly to this -qity: Receiving word yesterday that his foil who was arrested on tho' chargo of murder and was tried a fow days since nt San Francisco and acquitted yestorday, it was truly a joyful day for L. E. Bloomberg, a well known travel ing salesman, who loft the city last evening. The shooting with which young Bloomburg was charged occurred during a riot in connection with the street car strike. Mr. Bloomburg, who was a guest nt tho Copper Queen hotel, was standing in tho lobby yesterday afternoon when a messenger boy cntored and presented him with a telegram. Guests were at tracted by the peculiar manner in which ho acted immediately after glancing over it, nnd his involuntary ejaculation of relief. Seeing their curiosity, he explained that his son had been arrested during tho riots, nttending tho San Francisco strike, ns a suspect in connection with tho shooting of a non-union motor man. Tho facts of the case as far as could bo learned were confined to the tele gram. Tho motorman, leaving tho car barn one day while tho riots were at their height, started to go to his home. To do this "he had to pass through tho most .densely populated business dis trict. In a short time he was aware that his cap and uniform had been spotted nnd "discovered that ho was being followed by a largo crowd of union sympathizers. On going a little farther ho found tho crowd had become even larger and was fteadily increasing in size, he turned to imtko a fight. On seeing his determined posture, tho crowd backed off a little distance and it seemed thnt the man was destined to get away from them when thoy saw that tho man was trying to avoid any trouble At this point someone who was in tho crowd commenced firing, and tho motorman dropped dead with a bul let through his brain. Young Bloomburg, immediately in front of whose plnco tho shooting oc curred, was arrested shortly afterward for tho crime. IIo was a special officer and was trying to prevent tho crowd from shooting or otherwise Injuring tho man when tho firing occurred, ns it afterward developed. On being brought up for trial it was h 'H Him m m f n h i W ns jOlovos, $1.50 now. . . . . . .81.00 !LacOj 10 and lGc, now 5c Braid, 10c, now Ec Llnon Collars, 15c, now. ...Ec Watch Chains and Fobs. Cuffs, Hairpins. SHIRTS TOO CHEAP TO MENTION. soiling for $1.50 now soiling for $1.50 and 32 OWN PRICE. ACQUITTAL FOR DRUMMER'S SON Notio found' that' thoro wnsino ovidonce'jwhich could incriminnto tho young "man, nnd ho wns released from custody. Oomo early tonight. Tho Alexander has it. IS AFTER HER RI6RTS Adopted While Papoose by Pioneer of Prescott, Bessie Brooks Edgar Now Wants Part of Estato Interesting Logal Contest Is Expected. What promises to dovolop into one of tho prettiest logal questions not un mixed with romance the Arizona courts have been called upon to decide for somo time has evolved out of tho recent death in Cloveluttd, Ohio, of Hezokiah Brooks, tho pionoor settler of Prescott, who camo hero in 18G3, building tho first log cabin on tho banks of Granite crook, at tho jircsent site of Prescott. Jn tho wild days of tho rugged west, when tho prospector and the redskin roamod untrammoled snvo for the pres ence of each other o'er the desert and mountain lands of Aris-onn, Hczckinh Brooks engaged in tho bnttlo with tho reds that was fought on Battle Flat, twenty-five miles from Prescott. After tho fight, in which tho Indians were completely routed, Mr. Brooks chanced upon a pretty, rod-cheeked papoose ly ing on the battlo field, crying lustily for its mother, who had dosortcd it in hor hnsty rotrcnt from tho scene of conflict. Tenderly tho rugged pioneer gathered tho woo atom of humanity into his brawny arms nnd, bringing it to his homo in Proacott, ho presented it to his wifo ns ono of their daughters and lit erally, if not logally, adopted tho little waif, who soon grow into handsome womanhood under tho name of Bessie Brooks. Later the adopted daughter met and was won by ono of Yavapai county's stalwart sons, James Edgar, of whom she is now tho happy wifo. Then came-tho timo when all of Hcz ckiah Brooks' kith and kin, save this adopted daughter and his niece in Cloveland hnd passed away, and now that tho old pioneer has gono to join thorn in tho great boyond, tho niece and adopted daughter are anxious to learn the rights of each othor to the estate deccdont left behind. It is understood tho niece makes tho claim that as Bes sie Brooks was novor Jegally adopted, sho has no right to any part of tho estato. Tho question of law to bo decid ed is whether ornot she was legally the adopted daughter of Mr. Brooks. In support of hor claim that sho was legally adopted, Mrs. Edgar cites tho fact that at the timo of her marriage to Mr. Edgar the question was raised that there was an Arizona statute pro hibiting nn Indian and white person marrying. When it seemed that tho marriage would thus be averted, Mr, Brooks camo forward, it is alleged, and mado affidavit that the bride-to-be, Bcs sic Brooks, was his legally adopted daughter and therefore, by adoption, a white girl. On this showing the license was issued and Mr. Edgar and Bessie Brooks wero united in marriage. As tho adoption if legally made took place in tho COs, thcro is much specula tion 'among tho attornoys engaged in looking up tho matter as to whether a record of Mrs. Edgar's legal adoption can bo found. WANTS NEW TRIAL FOR DEAD CLIENT Attorney for Alleged Murderer Who Died in Jail at Prescott Will Continuo Effort for New Trial Prisoner Died from Exccssivo Uso of Opium. That T. G. Roach, tho prisoner in the Yavapai county jail awaiting scntonco for the murder of Jack Fletcher in Crown King, who died Tuesday eyening, supposedly from tuberculosis, but in icality jfs the result of a largo dose of "yenshec," tr cooked opium, ended his earthly troubles by committing sui cido is now a well established fact. Although every effort was., mado by, friends of tho dead man to keep tho real nature of his death from becom ing public, it was discovered later when a search of tho cell formorly occupied :lM.ln14,..,l,4l,.H1,.n,.,n.i,.i.iMi,iHi i ii i H H M"M"i"frM 1 HI 111 Roosevelt Stock Goods We will put on the market Monday morning the entire stock of General Merchandise brought over from Roosevelt. We don't put this on the market this cheap because we need the money, but because you need ,the goods and we need the room. Don't forget the place, 151 Broad Street. HATS Men's Cowboy Hats, sold for 33.50; now $2.00 Men's, Fedora Hats, ssld for $3.50; now soiling for $2.00 Men's Telescope Hats, sold for $3.50; now selling for?. $2.00 Men's Straw Hats, sold for S1.50; now .75c Boys' Hats, sold for $1.00; now 50c SULTAN BROTHERS Telephone No. M 241 MERCHANTS " 151 North Broad Strut CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Make Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results. Advertisements under this bead 10 cents per line the first Insertion and 0 cents per line each subsequent Insertion, lly tho month, II 00 per line. No ad Inserud (or less than 20 cents. All - ads under this head must be paid for tn advance. Discount to recuur advertisers. WANTED WANTED A good blacksmith and wagon woodworker; good wages for right man. Call at Cnrvil's black smith shop. 207tf WANTED A telephone operator. Ap ply at Consolidated Telephone & Elec tric Co. 207 WANTED A dishwasher at tho Occi dental restaurant. 209 WANTED Competent waiters at the Dominion hotel. WANTED Chambermaid at once at Dominion hotel. SITUATION WANTED by colored man in hotel or camp; first-class cook; moat apd pastry. Address M. II., Sil ver Belt. 207 WANTED Business women to travel represent a wholesale firm. Apply room 28, Dominion hotel, Mrs. M. C. Hall. 210 WANTED To rent floor on west side Broad street for tho Globo tailor shop. J. L. Fredlihp. Will pay $50 per month: tf FOB SENT FOB BENT Housekeeping and furn ished rooms. Call immediately this office. 210 FOB BENT Furnished front room for rout at tho Manzanita, opposite rail road station. 210 FOK BENT Boom in the Postofflce v building. Apply at Silver Belt office. FOB BENT Desirable furnished rooms, coolest in town. Mrs. L. G. Coombs, Ballground. tf FOB BENT Furnished rooms, centrally located, modern conveniences. 148 Mesquitc street. tf FURNISHED BOOMS FOB RENT Mrs. J. Harvey Harris, opposite the schoolhousc on old Ballground. tf by Roach was made that ho had suffi cient opium secreted in the cell to have killed three men. How ho becamo possessed of tho poi Eonous drug has not yet been deter mined by the jail attaches, and as there are various ways by which prisoners often succeed in having the drug smug gled in to them from the outside it is probable that no enlightenment will be obtained on this score. At the timo of Roach's death it was thought probable that he bad commit ted suicide, but as no search was made of the cell at that time it was not known for a certainty that such was the case, although Dr. Loonoy, tho county physician, who was called in just before Roach expired, stated that the latter was Buffering from opium poisoning and following his diagnosis a stomach pump was secured and pressed into service, but Roach, in his weakened condition, due to tuberculosis, was too far gono to bo fsaved. Among other things raised by the pump wore particles of some black sub stance, which it is now thought was part of the yenshco. Tho county phy sician issued a death certificate stating that Roach's death was due to opium poisoning. Attornoy Leroy Anderson, who was retained as counsel for Roach, prior to tho latter 's death, and who has pend ing a moUon for tho setting aside -of the verdict and tho granting of a new trial, stated that ho would still press his motion for a new trial despito tho death of the prisoner, in order to clear tho dead man's name of tho stigma at tached to it, but as other attorneys con tend Hint the presence of the defendant is absolutely necessary in such cases, it is not exactly clear just how Attorney Anderson hopes to bo granted a new trial for his client. Shop Without a Name In tho Devonshire town of Mcdbury there is a butcher's shop which has no name, nor har. it had ono for tho last 120 years. Tho reason offords nstrik :ng illustration of tho superstitious na; turo of West Country folk. When this particular business was started, the owner for somo reason did not have his name inscribed on tho promises. Wheth er this fact had nnything to do with the success of tho business or not it would be difficult to say. Trade, how FOB BENT Seasonable rates, furn ished rooms. 'Seo Mrs, Lavergno, Hill street, opposite Whito schoolhousc. 208 FOB BENT -One large furnished room for light housekeeping. Inquire of " Mrs. Geo. R. Hill, Ballground. FOB BENT Two rooms in the Post offico building. Apply at the Silver Belt oflico. tf FOB SALE FOB SALE OB BENT Houso of four rooms on old Ballground. L. Walli man, South Globo dairy. tf FOB SALE CORNER RESIDENCE LOT. Do you want a choico corner rcsidonco lot, 100x100 feet, in good neighborhood! If you do, bo quick. Call at Silver Belt for particulars, tf i ' - . - - FOB SALE House of five rooms, easy terms; $900. Apply T. L. Seebold, White House 210 FOB SALE OB RENT Restaurant fur nished. Apply A. Cono Webb, Eooso velt. tf FOB SALE Choice business lots ou Broad or Oak streets, 25, 50, 75, 100 or 120 feet front; this includes Wells Fargo corner, tho best business site in town; also hnve number of choice res idence lots on nnd near Ballground. Call on Dan Williamson. tf FOB SALE A Remington typewriter ' in first-class condition. Address P. O. box 230, Globe, Ariz. tf FOB SALE Three-room house. Apply Jule Maurel, box 221, or Cement houso. tf FOR SALE Fine porcelain lined re frigerator and Singer sowing machine. Inquire at Duncan's, across creek from dopot. " 208 LOST AND FOUND LOST On Troy road a few miles from town, a lady's .black long coat. Please leave at Silver Belt office. tf ever, was brisk, and the butcher duly retired, leaving tho nameless shop to his son. Tho business was handed down from father to son for more than 120 years, but none of those into whose occupation iHias come wolud have his namo put up on any consideration, feat ing as, in fact, the present owner does today that such a procedure might break the spell of good fortune with' which the business has been favored.-Tit-Bits. If you want to enjoy a good rest go to tho Indian Hot Springs. 209 THERE ABE OTHERS Don't imagine, my boy, if you throw up your job That the firm that employs you will fail, f' . That the whole oflico force in their an guish will sob And the senior partner turn pale. You are highly efficient and active and bright So you say. I'm unwilling to doubt you; But the chance of all this is incredibly slight; Thcro aro plenty of others without you. Don't get mad with the girl and to make bbr feel bad Fail to go for your usual call. It's tho truth, though I know it sounds awfully sad, That she may never miss you at all. It's mighty poor policy staying away, Though I grant that at times she may flout you, But I, know that Pm in a position to say There are plenty of otheis without yau. Don 'r TfotrBrjured on tho world and llo anything rash. Not to speak of ;tbo good of your soul, If you jump in thoko you may mako a small splash, But you'll never leavoVnuch of a hole. Don't expect folks to mao.such a ter rible fuss When they think very Ii;tle about you And, to use common language, aren't caring a cuss. jl ' , Thorc aro plenty of others withedt 'you , Chicago NeVs. ' : U it ' -II 11 M"M i I'M IM M L.u-.r. i..?il . MNf rT'5l"l'T Jr . READY-MADE GOODS Skirts not up to date, but good outing or around home wear; sold for $6.00 ; now at the low price of .' . .82.50 Lot No. 2 Ladies' and Misses' Skirts, sold for $5.00 to $7.00; now $3.00 to $1.00 These aro good stylish Skirts and are bargains. A fow $15 Suits for men, now $7.00 A few doz. Pants, $3X0; now , ..$2.60 Two dozen boys' Suits, one-third off selling price. Just Received A large carload of Stoves and! Ranges; the World's best Monarch Malleable Range Moore's Merit Steel Range Stewart's Steel Range i Excelsior Steel Range Cast wood -and coal Cook Stoves. Gasoline Stoves and Ovens OOOOCX)OGOOOOOOOOOOOXXOCXXXX)OOOOOOCXXOOOOOCCXCC0 O. K. Livery Stables General Livery and Feed Stables Gaited. Saddle Horses.... Phone 481 QUICK SERVICE AND GOOD RIGS Phone 481 Yv P. KELSEY, Mgr. Globe, Arizona OOOOOOOOOOOOOOXCKX)OOOOOOCKXX)OOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOCX)000 JOOCOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOCOOOCOOOCXXCOOCOCX)CXXX0XXX ARIZONA STEAM LAUNDRY Hotel MAUREL NORTH GLOBE Finest rooms in the city. Everything new, rates reasonable and special inducements offered to. getting accommodations ; . - oy the, month. iUi u- ' . .Uli iVlAA A AiVf t A large car of Alaska Refrigerators and Ice 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 Buy Your Bread, Pies, Cakes, Etc. of Us A trial will convince 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.tScoWe, Sobey&Co. "THE QUALITY STORE" Mm I ANYTHING YOU WANT. Of the quality you want, in the quantity you require, is our of fer in Meats ana Poultry. Another aWar w nrnnose IS careful handling, cutting and Still another, lowest selling price the market will warrant With such a combination, S roved by years of squart ealing, ought We not to can your trade? Pioneer Meat Co. Read the Silver Belt Always tp date. lii'iii i1! 1 1 1 1 H ii 1 1 it 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H'l House Furnishings BLAXEKTS. QUILTS. PILLOWS. CASFXTS. LINOLXUX. DISHES. COOKXKY VESSELS. A PREPARED TABLE " We have prepare table for you. Will yoa cme in (not sup with He) but bargain with us; for you will Sad every thing on this table to make life pleasant a heme comfor table. Good people, these are net oM Junk, hat real bar gains, aa&iyott should not miss the chance to get 1b and get In quick. fUUIT COME FUST SXKVZD. ! jti n.i..i.n.ii ii.ihiii g.n...i..i..n.-i-n..iinii 1 1 n 1 1 i-n- lit l'nllt',tt'tMtll f , i P1 , -s1" ?' i Jt iSint " w ?