DALY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Friday, July 26,
O M -.
' Z'"r 'ISP '
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WttKLT
Published each morning except Monday.
Admitted to tho mails as socond class
JOS. II. HAMILL, Proprietor
Mombor of tho Associated Press
Dally, by mall, ono yoar . $7.50
Dally, by carrier, ono month . .75
Weokly, ono year 2.50
Weekly, sir months 1.25
Cash in advaneo
Subscribers plcaso notify this ofllco
(n caso of non-dolivery of tho dally,
Advertising ratos mado known on ap
plication. Tho president of tho now mucilago
trust'is said to bo stuck up.
Kaisor Wilhclin is to have an auto
mobiles track twenty-three miles long.
Former Mayor, now Convict, Schmitz,
.may now study reform ethics to his
Dr. Wiley of Washington says that
people sleep too much. Ho should bo
given a job on a morning nowspaper.
Mark Twain has shown admirable self
restraint by refraining from sending us
a joke or two by wireless whilo on tlto
Mr. IJryan objects to tho "Massing
of our ileot on tho Pacific." Don't bo
alarmed William; there is plenty of
room there. - '
A baby was born in a Chicago street
car tho other day and its parents cer
tainly cannot regard that as an omen
that it will lead a fast life.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox is now devoting
some of her timo to discussing the pure
food law. From which wo suspect that
,hcr own diet is no longer limited to
prunes and milk.
It is rather a suspicious coincidence
,that tho delicatessen dealers of Now
York waited until tho dog days of sum
mer to begin their fight on tho Frank
furter and Bologna trust.
A Knoxvillc paper says ".Tudgo Lan
dis exhibits most commcndnblo zeal in
twisting tho octopus tail." Ho .must
.bo a' particularly ablo man if ho can,
locnto the tail of an octopus without
Tho El Paso Times says that of all
tho prostrations from heat during tho
Elks' parado in Philadelphia not ono
El Paso delegate was affected. It would
havo to bo pretty hot to prostrate an
El Paso Elk.
Tho Phoenix Republican says that
thcro is now a noticeable revival of in
terest in baseball in that city. After
,tho sovero drubbing the Phoenix team
,rcceived in Clobo it is not strango that
interest in tho game waned.
"What has becomo of tho old-fashioned
boy who believed that tho hand
ling of toads would cause warts to grow
on tho hands?" asks tho Atchison
Globe. The last wo heard of him ho
was still trying to get rid of tho warts.
Tho Elks havo decided to como to the
southwest noxt year whero it is cool.
Dallas, Texas, will have tho honor of
entertaining them. It was so hot In
Philadelphia this year that somo of tho
visiting Elks could not find vitality
enough to say, "Hello, Bill!"
THE LATEST IN ENTERTAINMENT
Pittsburg, which not long ago was
tho scene of a good men's dinner tho
attendance to which was restricted, by
tho, way, for reasons it is unnecessary
to discuss has becomo tho pioneer in
another uuiquo ontertninment. It was
a whooping-cough lawn party think of
that! and there were prizes for tho
whoopcrs who whooped loudest nnd tho
whoopors who whooped longest; also a
booby prize, tho latter going to the
whooper who whooped tho least. No
ono was invited except young people
who had whooping-cough, and their at
tendants. Whooping-cough has been exceedingly
prevalent in Pittsburg this summer, and
there was no difficulty in making a list
of cligiblcs to whom to send invitations,
Tho attendance was immense, tho
whooping vociferous and roitcratcd. It
is expected that thcro will bo othor par
tics of tho sort.
Well, why not a whooping cough
party? Tho physicians havo recom
mended outdoor air and plenty of it as
tho best thing for pationts suffering
from whooping cough. No sanitary ob
jection can bo advanced against whoop
ing cough parties if efllciont precaution
is taken to prevent tho spread of tho
disease. Monkey dinners, and stag din
ners with an exhibition by Little
Egypt, aro open to legitimate criti-
rrT-Ti in iwwr t ro TrTrir TliwHTirflTpT ITITlMWr THWlJjjw IIP WIP1IJ1P
CLARENCE S. DARROW.
' Clnreneo S. Dnrrow, tho Chicago lawyer nnd sociologist, Is attracting much
attention by hlB work ns chief counsel for tho defense In tho liny wood murder
trial. Mr. Dnrrow Is tho author of n book entitled "Resist Not Evil," In which
ho advances tho doctrine of nonreslstnnce advocated by Count Tolstoi. Ho hns
appeared ns counsel In many cases nt Issue botween capital nnd labor, always
taking tho sldo of labor. He was chief counsel for the authraelto coal miners
In tho arbitration case a fow years ago. Tho accompanying picture shows Mr.
Dnrrow as ho appears nt present, hi his fifty-first year.
cism. Dinnors partaking in a degree
of tho nnturo of clinics havo boon heard
of before, and in othor places than
Pittsburg. Thoro was tho dinner of
European survivors of tho cholera at
Calcutta, for which an officer of tho
British army wroto tho song with tho
" Hero's a cheer for the dead already;
Hurrah for tho noxt that diesl
Several years , ago, whon smallpox
threatened in this country, thoro woro
vaccination parties, where doctors camo
with lymphoid lnncot and- everybody
was vaccinated after supper. Socioty
must havo novelties pcrpotually, or it
would bo "awfully bored," and thoro
is no reason why tho novelties should bo
objected to becnuso they happen, to pos
In tho upper Mississippi valley, espe
cially in Wisconsin, Minnesota and tho
Dakotas, there is a new Scandinavia,
where Danes, Swedes nnd Norwegians
arc a largq and influential part of the
population. Clannish at first and much
attached to their language, their reli
gion nnd .their own peculiar ways, in
ttho second and third generation thoy
forget much that once was.most charac
teristic about them and becomo Amer
icans of a singularly self-reliant and
If King Oscar of Sweden, by tho
thoroughgoing investigation which ho
hns ordered mndo of conditions which
attract Swedes to this country and
detain them oftcr they arrive, expects
to induce many who have como to re
turn home, ho is likely to bo disappoint
ed. Freedom under a people's govern
ment is n lodcstonc of enduring power.
But if tho solicitous King Oscar wishes
to get information which, if rightly
used, may affect homo conditions so
that fewer will caro to emigrate, then
ho may bo rewarded for his pains.
Tho investigation ho hns ordered from
somo standpoints seems futile a sort
of locking tho stable door after tho
horso is stolen but from another stand
point it is quite natural. Only it should
have begun long ago.
WEDDING: OF A POPULAR
NATIVE ARIZONA OTRL
Tho Tucson Citizen has tho following
account of tho engagement and coming
mnrriago of a Tucson girl who hns
many friends throughout this part of
Today tho announcement was mado
of tho coming marriage of Miss Etta
Ooldtreo of this city to Eugcno Morti
mer Woolf, manager of tho Sonora
Nows company of San Luis Potosi, Mex
ico. Miss Ooldtreo is tho charming
daughter of Mrs. C. P. Dovant nnd is
well known nnd very popular in Tuc
son. Mr. Woolf is a brother of Herbert
Woolf, who has boon in tho city for
somo timo and tho son of a wealthy
Kansas City clothing merchant. Tho
two happy young peoplo met in San
Luis Potosi, from which place Miss
Ooldtreo rccontly returned after a visit
of somo duration. Tho wedding will
tako placo in October and tho young
peoplo will make their homo in tho
city just mentioned. Miss Ooldtreo has
n host of friends in this city who wish
her tho utmost happiness.
Tho Iris Has a Good Show
Tho Iris was crowded last night, as
it always is on (chango nights.
Tho show is vory good this change
and was appreciated, by tho crowd last
Tho pictnro entitled "A Crimo in tho
Mountains" is a wonderful production.
Some of tho scenes aro beautiful and
tho picture illustrates a sonsationnl
Tho acting is vory good-nnd tho pic
tures aro clear and beautifully tinted.
"Madam's Tantrums" is a very fun
ny picture. It kept tho audienco in a
roar from start to finish. '
Charles Smith has two vory good
songs. Tho now cowboy song, "San
Anonto," was heartily encored.
Tho samo bill continues for tho bal
anco of tho wcok.
Many of Thom Go from San Carlos
Reservation to Work at tho Railroad
Camps and In tho Mines of Kelvin
and Othor Districts A Social Affair.
A Kelvin correspondent says that
many of tho Indians who havo been
employed in rebuilding the narrow
gauge railroad between Kelvin and
Kay havo gone home. Tho majority of
thom were from tho San Carlos reserva
tion and held leaves of nbsonco that ate
now expiring. The exodus was made
tho occasion of n "social event."
Around a crackling camp fire, tomtom
beating, gathered old men, young bucks,
old squaws, maidens and children of all
ages, even papooses strapped securely
in "Indian baby baskets." Tho wo
men, attired in tho bluest of blue nnd
tho reddest of red, and decorated with
long strings of beads and flowing yel
low headdresses, mado pretty pictures
ns in couples, keeping timo to tho mu
sic, thoy stopped to the knots of men
nnd, tapping ono on the back, invited
him to complete tho trio.
Tho going of these men will not hin
der tho progress of the railroad, us tho
necessity of a big forco has passed. Tho
railroad is nearly completed.
Tho work of tho Indians has been
very satisfactory. They aro not given
to taking the initiative, but onco the
work is understood they keep at tho al
lotted task regardless of a boss.
These men wero paid for thcjr'work
by checks and for many tho cashing
of tho checks was something new.
Tho' younger ones with school names,
wero carried on tho company's books
by name, and checks wero issued to
them in their names, but tho Indian
names of tho older ones wero too much
for any- timokeopcr, and so many had
checks payablo to S. No. 7, T. C. and
so on. The ones that have had school
education indorsed their checks without
trouble, often with a dash, but the
older ones look tho pen gingerly, dip
ped it carefully into tho ink, always
turned tho point upside down, looked
solemn, spread the check out smooth,
then slowly and with decision mado a
cross, heaved a sigh and looked happy.
Got their gold and then departed not
a bit of it, thoy waited to sco tho next
man mako his cross, nnd whilo ho pro
pared, tho ones whp had gono through
tho ordeal felt frco to mako remarks.
Ono quiet, wrinkle-faced, but pleasant
old man, was down as S. C. 8, but his
acquired name was so distinctive that
his check bore it in parenthesis, and so
even "Undo Sam" made his mark.
A report from Pltoonix was to tho
effect that somo of tho Indians expelled
from McDowell on tho Salt river reser
vation, wero headed towards Kelvin. If
Opened in the Old
Will handle strictly first
class Beef, Veal,
All of our meats
come from the
cold storage of
J. A. Mclntyre
Make Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Ariuortliornnntaiinilnr Ihtatioftri 1(1 nrntn tlpr Itnn thfl first Insertion Mid 0 CCTliH DCT llDO CaCll
subsequent Insertion. Hy tho month, 11.00 per
uus unaor luis ncuu must do puiaior in
WANTED Subscription solicitor for
tho Dnily Arizona Silver Belt. Lib
eral commission. This office. tf
WANTED A young man to handle pa
per routes in Globe nnd vicinity. Ad
dress L., general dellvory.
WANTED A party to taker chargo of
u paper agency that will pay $40 to
$75 to start. Address J. U. Snyder,
general delivery. 215
WANTED To trado flvo-room honso
for Inspiration stock. T. L. Soobold.
WANTED Two men and horses to de
liver tho Daily Arizona Silver Belt
in Globe. Call at tho this officp. tf
FOR RENT Very desirable room; op
posite Dominiou hotel.
FOE RENT Room in the Fostoffice
building. Apply at Silver Belt office.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Mrs. J. Harvey Harris, opposite tho
school house on old Ballground. tf
FOR RENT Two rooms in tho Post
offico building. Apply at tho Silver
Belt office. tf
GOOD PIANO for sale or rent. Address
Box 143, Globe. ' tf
If thoy havo arrived their presence has
not becomo known to the sergeant of
rangors stationed there.
PHOENIX NO LONGER DREADS
A RISE IN THE GILA RIVER
Tho Gila bridgo will bo completed
by tho end of tho present week nnd by
the end of the month tho old structure
will have been abandoned and tho M.
& P. trains will bo running regularly
over the now bridge, says a Phoenix
This means thnt Phoenix will be no
more cut off from tho world by tho
raging waters. Tho waters may rago
all they, please, but the new bridgo will
bo standing ns firmly when they subside j
as it ever did.
Tho summer rains seem to have bo-'
gun and wo may expect big floods in the
Gila most nny day. But no fear of
delay of mail or passengers on that ,
score is felt now. The old bridge will
not likely bo washed out this week and
next week tho new ono will be iii com
mission. For sovernl days only oil trains and
light freights will be run over tho new
bridge, but by the first of August tho
approaches aro sure to bo in condition
for heavy traffic.
After a Criminal
Sheriff J. II. Thompson of Giln coun
ty was in town yesterday on his way
to Jcromo after a thief who is wanted
for depredations at Globe. Be is charg
ed with tho theft of a lot of jewelry.
Tho sheriff is accompanied by Deputy
Chilson, who lately acquired distinction
by his spectacular arrest of a horso
thief. Ho was in pursuit of the thief
and camo upon him in tho 'night. Tho
fngitivo was asleep with his gun un-.
der his head for a pillow. Tho deputy
removed tho gun nnd then aroused tho
thief, who quickly took in the sltua-J
lion nnd quietly accompanied the olliccr
back to tho county seat. Phoenix Bo
publican. When you aro sick go to tho Indian
Hot Springs for a whilo 200
A Wonderful Production
Don't fail to sco the great moving
picture, "A Crimo in tho Mountains,"
at the Iris tonight. Jf you do you will
Ovo Je Za.
Slavonian Montenegro i Austrian.
Mi cemo atvorit naj prive klasce
Kasapnian druga vratapovise Max. C.
Bonne's, kasapnicu Micemo drzat naj
bol je meso govedine Bravetine i svinske.
Jacu vas tratat sve sto mogu Bolje
kako sto sam i prvo cinio tako ja mis
lim da ce te se obratiti kmeni.
Nemojte uzimat meso u pnih sto
vam cinu platet vise. ;
I Independent Meat Co.
By Charlie Edmonson
WAR IS DECLARED
On the night of July 17, F. E. Peltzel, Globe's popular
tailor was waylaid and treacherously assaulted. He is
dyeing,dyeing,dyeing and cleaning clothes at the, old stand.
We .employ only First-Class Tailors.
Yours for Fine Tailoring,
THE EAGLE TAILORING CO.
BROAD STREET, OPPOSITE BRIDGE
Cut this out and bring to our storo and gut a 10 per cent discount on your work
lino. No ad Insertad for less lhan'U) oents. All
uuvaaca. i-vsuuuuv wreiuur uiyinti.
FOR SALE Household funiituro. Ap
ply across creek from railroad hos
FOR SALE General store doing good
bosiness. Owner numt leave. Ad
dress Box 271, Globe, Arizona or call
at this office. 213
FOR SALE By L. G. Coombs, a com
plete assaying outfit, thrcd pair scales,
furnnce and much material to bo sold
cheap. 439 Dcvorcaux street.
FOR SALE Three-room house. Apply
Julo Mnurcl, box 221, or Cement
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Back comb, with broad gold
band. Return to this ofllco and re
ceive rownrd. tfc
ESTRAYED Span of mules, one sorrel
and ouo brown; brand' 'UK nnd olio
118; weight C50 pound each. Ho
ward for return to Brown & Scanlon.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for one,
two or three men, opposite Dream
land. Globe Commercial Co. 245
FOR RENT Furnished house, two
rooms, bathroom and screen kitchen,
opjMwito Dreamland; $25 tho month,
water paid. Globe Commercial Co.
FOR RENT Two-room house sultablo
or batching. Apply 325 South Hill
Tho First National1 bank is now lo
cated in its 'now homo and cordially in
vites all to como in and look through.
Globo Lumber Company
Havo just received a car of IDEAL
sack cement nnd plaster and havo wag
ons to deliver it. 2ij$
Satisfaction our motto. We have
tho best equipped paint, store in the
city. Van Wagenun, noxt door to the
postofficc. Givo us a call.
A Very Bad Temper
Sco tho funny picture, "Madam's
Tantrums," at the Iris tonight. It is
a big laugu.
Kibbo & Reading, the popular black
smiths and wheelwrights, havo finished
their new shop at the foot of Cedar
street and new tools aro arriving daily.
They will be ready for general business
in a few days. They aro now prepared
to do horseshoeing. Satisfaction guar
anteed. I). N. -Beading is tho horse
shocr and his work is strictly up-to-date.
Tho Firt National bank is now lo
catcd in its new homo and cordially in
vitos all to como in and look through.
Wo frame pictures. Naquln & Co.
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cream and Butter
milk in any quantity and
always on band
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
MIAMI FLAT, ARIZ.
Solicits your patronage and guarantees
Wines, Liquors,Ci gars, Etc.
Givo this popular placo a call
For the Summer Time
Ice Cream Freezers
Child's Go Carts and
J. P. McNEIL
I Opposite Miner's Union I1f.11
Does Your Husband Look Seedy?
Put him inside
ONE OF OUE NEW PONGEE SHIETS.
WITH A STYLISH WINDSOR TIE. r
INTO A NICE PAIR OF PANTS.
WITH A SULTAN OXFORD.
WITH A COOL PANAMA.
THEN HE WILL LOOK AGAIN LIKE A REAL SWEET
HEART. IF YOU CANNOT BRING HIM SEND HIM
TO 1C1 BROAD STREET AND WE WILL RETURN HIM
LOOKING O. K
A: 'sHRsisH '
EJLBbVbSK BBBBrBBBBH H
BBBBBBBHBJtadjj - u!3k HB
DOMINION HOTEL -Finest Hostlery in the Southwest -SO Rooms -All
Modern Conveniences and the Best of Service
F. L JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE: 174 S. Broad St. RESIDENCE: 346 S, Hill St
Telephone 432 Telephone 433
Entire premises would be
rented to a reliable tenant
and Ice Chests
Cold Meats for Hot Weather
Equipped -with a thoroughly wofcrn
refrigerating plant wo offer all m
thoroughly cooled, all animal o
removed', all tho healthfulness,
tho juiciness and all tho flavor re
tained. Pioneer M eat Market
"The Best Meats
Read the Silver Belt-Always op
I V 7 1OT"
xml | txt