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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Thursday, November 14, q
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
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Tho Vnndirbilt baby is hoir to $30,-
000,000, but oven that is not likely to
ward off tho uronl attacks of colic.
Nowadays an Iiulian uprising doesn't
get as much spaco 'n tho newspapers as
a strike of tho sen ant girls' union for
Japan is reported to bo showing a
decided taste for Scotch whisky. Next
wo will bo heariig of tho Japs hitting
Isow that so many cities aro going
dry, tho farmer may got rid of tho hab
it of returning homo with a bigger load
than he brought to town.
In presenting her claims for tho .big
national conventions, Chicago is not
dwelling very strongly on tho purity
of hor drinking water.
Tho report that Mrs. Stujresan Fish
buys all her husband's cigars for hici
may explain why Fish is so ready to
punch tho man who provokes him.
An Indianapolis dishwasher has just
received a legacy of $25,000. Which
seems to disprove that old saying that
everything comes to him who waits.
"Whenever the foolkiller sees a waman
putting poison and medicino bottles on
tho samo shelf ho feels that ho can lcavo
that particular caso to tako care of
Andrew Carnegio i3 roported to bo
writing another book. If ho really is
anxious to die poor, ho ought to try to
accomplish that end by rnoro original
A South Dakota pastor has mado ar
rangements whereby his parishioners
may receive his sermons by telephone.
Tho contribution plato is probably
passdd by mail.
A Chicago man has just discovered
that ho has been legally dead for twelvo
years. What astonishes him most is to
see how well tho world is getting along
Government inspectors have found
that all Chicago hams aro under weight.
There, is reason to believe that numerous
light-weight hams can also bo found
on Broadway in Now York.
is ono of tho best products of n liberal
education. But oven n man with a
memory liko that is npt nt times to for
get to mall his wife's letters.
A WORLD-WIDE CONDITION
'In England bread has increased in
prico three cents u loaf. Flour costs
$1.95 more por sack, and coal a dollar
moro a ton than thoy did a year ago.
That has a very familiar sound. It
seems liko a voice from homo and
brings tho consolation of knowing that
there aro others.
But that is not all. Tn Gormany tho
cost of living has brought an epidemic
of strikes with their assistant burdens,
Tliero tho tariffs which shut out foreign
food supplies have mado meats a lux
ury which tho workingmnn cannot af
ford. Tho cost of flour has forced tho
uso of millet, and thoro has been nctunl
suffering among tho lower classes of
labor, which happily has not been the
fact in tho United States.
Throughout Europo and indeed
throughout tho world, not oxcopting Ja
pan, thu prico of labor has also mntor
ially advanced, as have taxes and so'
has tho prico of tho necessities. It is
not n condition peculiar to this coun
try, but tho samo factors that have been
nt work hero havo beon activo every
It has boon n period of tromondous
business activity. Tho development
everywhere of tho natural resources, of
tho mines, of tho water powers, building
materials, agriculture and other sources
of wealth havo compelled or followed
tho increaso in othor industries.
There has been an nbnormnl demand
for transportation, tho building of high
ways, steam roads, trolley lines, canals
and steam vessels, for mills and factor
ies, for business houses and residences,
and tho result has been an activity
along all lines of business boyond the
increaso of tho monoy supply to pay
Atli7 to this tho destruction of wealth
by earthquakes and wnrs and tho world
conditions clearly foreshadowed tho
high cost of living, tho high price of
labor, tho making of tho fow suddenly
and enormously rich, tho resultant
spread of oxtravaganco and tho growth
of socialism. Hindsight makes it all
plain. It needs no theories, for it stands
upon tho facts of now known condi
tions. The world has run to tho limit and
beyond in this direction. Tho ,roaction
is really overdue, but wo are entering
upon it. Tho problem now is to keep
it from being extreme, to hold what has
been won and is wholesomo and weed
out tho bad and corrupting. Certainly
tho world should bo wise enough to do
this, as it surely is rich enough.
Returning from Prcscott, where ho
had been serving on tho grandjury, to
his homo at Allen Springs, Francisco
Mnrzicn found his wife dead in bed.
There were no signs of foul play.
R. M. Stratam, claiming to havo
murdered a man in Idaho eighteen
months ago, has surrendered to tho au
thorities at Prcscott. Ho stated that
ho escaped from tho officers and that
a' reward is offered for his capture.
Tho'French scientist who has declared
that the automobile is tho enemy of
astronomy evidently was never struck
by one, or ho would know that there
are several ways of seeing stars.
In a South Carolina court tho other
day a man named Knuckles and another
named Ankles appeared before tho
judge, who rapped Knuckles with a lec
ture and pulled Ankles' leg for a $10
It turns out that tho Texas man who
has called Senator Bailey a liar is not
even the authorized recruiting agent of
tho great and only Ananias club of
which sundry prominent men aro members.
Tho other day a Louisvillo man was
stripped of his clothing in a second by
an electric shock, but as tho clothes
were badly torn ,it is not likely that tho
process will becomo popular with lazy
Eighteen indictments were returned
by tho Yavapi county grand jury. Three
murder cases aro in tho list.
Holdup men aro working in Tempc.
Tho desporadocs open their engege
ments by representing to their victims
that thoy aro officers.
Becausu Luis .Taramillo, an Ash Fork
Mexican, insulted n wench, ho was shot
and instantly killed by Charles Whito,
a negro. ,
Williams has adopted clearing house
scrip which is paid through tho Flag
staff clearing house.
Williams is to havo a live commercial
Coconino county slioopmon aro ship
ping hundreds of lnmbs to tho Cudnhy
Tli a now llnrvey hotol nt Williams
will 'bo formally oponed on Now Year's
A Flagstaff rnnchor has raised a tur
nip weiehinj oichtccn and ono-hnlf
Tho Floronco Blndo says tho prospect
or a supply outfit for six months is
rat id as follows: Flour, 120 pounds;
bci.ns, 25 pounds; bacon or salt pork, 25
pounds: suenr. 25 pounds: coffee. 5
pounds; tea, 2 pounds; popper, 4 ounces;
rice, 20 pounds; cornmenl, 5 pounds;
total weight, 252 pounds, 4 ounoes.
Yulnn will entertain tho next nnnunl
sessio.n of tho territorial Federation of
Bob glutton, an
printer, 's dend at
fathor in Tempe.
tho homo of his
Phoonix indignantly denies thnt she is
on n clearing houso basis. Ogdon, So
nttlo and a fow othor cities did tho
samo thing, but tho echo had scarcely
died away boforo tho scrip commonccd
to circulnto in theso places,
Tho Southorn Pacific will pay Tucson
and other territorial employees this
month by check.
Tho Increaso of Insanity
In an extract from tho Now York
Medical Journal it is said that "it is a
very striking and significant fnct that
whilo tho porcontago of the foreign
born to tho stnto imputation is 20, tho
porcentago of tho foroign born insnno
is 40. Whonco tho higher prevalence"
of insanity among tho foreign form it
is hard to state."
This is easy of explanation, for it is
well known that whon insanity devel
ops in families, especially in Great
Britain and Germany, thoy immediately
omigrato to America under tho impres
sion that a voyage across tho sea and
a settlement in a new land will remove
tho ban. But it seldom does nnything
of tho kind.
Tho prevalence of insanity in rural
districts proves that absenco of society
and amusement greatly increases the
tendency to mental trouble. It is re
marknblo that thoro is less insanity in
Japan than in nny other land. The
cause of this should bq investigated. I
beliovo it can bo found in tho social
and religious conditions of that marvel
ous country. Lottor in tho Now York
Wanted Teeth Liko Roosovelt's
"That's tho limit," said a Market
streot dontist a day or two ago. "What
do you think that man wants f" Then
ho turned and wiped off an instrument.
"Asked mo if I could mako him, a hot
of tcoth liko President Roosevelt's. I
told him I could if ho would bring
along a mouth liko tho president's. So
ho went away mad. Said ho was a great
admirer of tho president and all that,
and wanted a set of teeth just like
Roosovelt's. Yes, ho wave all sorts of
cranks coming along here. Tho other
day a woman brought in a monkey and
wanted mo to fill a tooth for it. I told
her we weren't in tho monkey business,
and away alio went in a huff. Oh!
that's nothing. Part of tho business,
you know." Philadelphia Record.
Tho board of control, in attempting
to carry out an act of tho last legis
lature and place a headstone to mark
tho last resting placo of Colonel D. Pos
ton havo been unablo to locato the
grave. An appropriation of $100 was
mado for this purpose. Colonel Poston
had chargo of Arizona when it was a
county of New Mexico and in tho early
days ho was a delegate to congress.
Daniol McCarthy and Richard Clark,
hobos, havo been arrested at Williams
charged with entering Santa Fo box
An Eastern man claims that he has
spent forty years of his lifo trying to
fly. Ho will certainly bo provoked if
at tho end of his lifo ho should find
himself where they havo no uso for
Spain owned tho Phillipines nbout
400 years, and in all that timo tho Fili
pinos probably got fewer lectures on
how to bo happy though working for n
living than thoy havo listened to in tho
Members of a Reading, Pa., iamily
aro quarreling over the possession of a
Biblo that was printed in tho sixtconth
century, and tho chances aro that tho
ono who gets it will not oven tako tho
trouble to read it.
"A memory which is thoroughly dis
ciplined and which' retains verbatim
many masterpieces of prose and verso
Ex-Governor Murphy has leased a
houso at Phoenix and with his family
will spend tho winter there.
Reflections of a Bachelor
A girl can write herself love letters
jf nobody else will.
Anybody could got money if having
it was really tho root of all evil.
Somo divorces cost a lot, but arc
worth all tho alimony that must be
Tho only man who doesn't hate to
havo gray hair is when it was red be
fore. Tho best way to safeguard what you
own is not to have it worth anything.
New York Press.
Make Your Wants Known Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under this head 10 ocnts per line tnc (Irst Insertion and 0 cents per lino each
subsequcnUnsortlon. Uv tne month. 81.00 Dor line. No ad.Insertcd'for less than VO cents. All
ads tinder this head must do paid for in navanoo. Discount to regular advertisers.
WANTED Good, clean cotton rags at
SITUATION WANTED By a compe
tent colored man ns a first-class short
order cook, for restaurant, both meat
and pnstry. Strictly sober and re
liable. Address Cook,
WANTED A competent waitress at
tho Dominion hotol.
WANTED Reliable help is furnished
promptly freo of charge nt tho Em
ployment Agency, room 23, Trust
Want to rent or buy a Remington
typowritor nt once. No. C preferred.
E. P. VAN VEEN,
Box 702, or Court House.
WANTED Good Japanese boy wants
nny kind of work to do from 0 to 10
p. m. every day. Address George, this
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms
with privilege of light housekeeping
and batlu Tel. 1391. Mrs. J. Har
vey Harris, 424 S. Hill street.
FURNISHED rooms for rent at No. 179
South Pino street, in rear of Domin
FOR RENT Ten-room houso; lavatory
in every room; just completed. In
quire of J. Maurcl, box 221.
FOR RENT Throe-room houso. Apply
. Julo Maurel, box 221, or Cement
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room with bath. T. Trevillian, 482
E. Cedar street.
FOR RENT Four-room houso to fam
ily without children; partly furnished
if desired. Inquire of Silver Belt.
FOR RENT Two room houso partly
furnished, 325 S. Hill street.
WANTED To sell or trade twenty
shares of Arizona National stock. Ad
dress, E. R. Gnynor, Box 892, City.
FOR RENT Dcsirablo furnished room.
Mrs. L. G. Coombs, Rallground.
FOK RENT Room In tho Postofflce
building. Apply nt Silver Belt office.
FOE RENT Nicely furnished, very
comfortablo room, opposite Domiuion
FOR SALE Five-room furnished re
idence, Nob Hill. Box 1105.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND A key, near the railroad by
tho Wcdgo saloon in North Globe.
Ribbon attached to key. Owner can
recover samo by paying for this ad.
FOR RENT Furnished front room for
lady or goiitlomnn. 539 South Hill
FOR RENT Furnished front room with
bath, $10.00 per month. 277 N. High
LOST A folded purse, near Iris theater;
contained ore receipt made to G. A.
Matthows. return to this office.
FOUND Lady's silk shoulder shawl.
Owner cull at this office, provo prop
erty and pay for this ad.
LOST A passbook containing a num
borof orders, ono looso and others
written qii pages of book. Owner's
name appears on different pages.
Leave at Silver Belt office. J. T.
Annual Sale of Beautiful
SNOWY TABLE LINENS
T WAS an early Pilgrim custom, after a bountiful harvest, to
uuui muima t,u uiu oupiuuiu .Dcjug, uuu yarut&e oi a royal feast
This beautiful custom has ever since been carried out by
thoughtful and appreciative people. Thanksgiving this year No
vember 28, will bo tho most glorious in tho history of this -rrm
derful nation. It is every housekeeper's pride thatlicr Thanksgiving fes.
tivo board shall bo spotless and snowy, and with this in mind, we have
collected the choicest patterns in beautiful table linens produced by the
most famous linen mills in tho world. Ireland, Scotland, Germany
and England aro contribuators to this brilliant display of housekeepers'
Thanksgiving Sale Starts This Morning
HS Mm III1M ! I If i IM 1JM.JIMBIL
Lowest Prices of tho Year Will Prevail. You Can't Afford to Hiy
this Linen Opportunity.
Old Dominion Commercial Co.
. YOU KNOW, THE PLACE
v Clearing House Scrip, Checks or Cash All Look Aliko to Us.
F. L. JONES & $
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE: 174 S. Broad Si.
RESIDENCE: 346 S
Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers are the
best pills mado. Thoy do not gripe.
For salo by Hnnna's Drug Store.
Van Wagoncn makes a specialty of
tinting. Satisfaction our motto.
Wo frame pictures. Naquin & Co
Stop at Sam Kcc's today; ask about
Don't bo fooled by fako sales. "You
can buy your clothing and furnishing at
Lantin's cheaper than at fako sales.
Storage room phone 601.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Tho undersigned, having acquired the
business of tho Arizona Silver Belt,
will conclude nil unfinished transactions
bearing on tho business of this office.
ALFRED A. COHN,
HARRY C. HOLDSWORTH,
H. H. H1ENER.
P. Pulmra & Co. havo purchased tho
Union restaurant from Vuksnnovich &
Co. and -tho latter will retain nil ac
counts against and payable to tho res
taurant. Tho new firm does not assume
any of tho indebtedness of the retiring
firm. The Union will bo open for busi
ness on Mondny, November 11.
P. PUHARA & CO.
Royo Brothers in comic sketch and
Hayncs and Mathews in slapstick com
edy tonight at tho Alexander.
Mr. Will Feland being no longer cm
ployed by this corporation, parties hav
ing business with him for us will please
ring up Telephone 441 or see us over
GILA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
It Is worth whilo to inspect our largo
stock of clothing, hats, shoes and fur
nishings at Lantin's.
and men '3 gloves. Sam
Ring up 372 for a painter. Van Wag
cnen will call on you and give you a
Entire chango of program tonight at
Thrco big acts.
Ono illustrated song.
A Big Reduction Sale
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In Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats and Gents'
QUITE A MONEY SAVING TO
BARCLAY, HIGDON &
Single and Double Teams
Hay, Grain & Coal
A Specialty made af Fine Livery Rigs
JUST ARRIVED! ?
A Shipment of
MARINATED PILCHARDS and
PILCHARDS IN OIL
Wm. Mill Williams
Telephone 121 GENERAL MERCHANDISE North Globe
noooocooooooooooocoooocoooooococoooooooooccocooooo eoooocccooc ooooooooooooc
Miss Edna McDonald, song and dance
comedian and quick chango artist, in
Indian and Scottish dances at tho Alex
Van Wagenon, next door to the post
office, does a general painting and pa
per hanging business. All work guaranteed.
Wo will not bo responsible for any
dobts of our predecessors, Scoblo, So
boy & Co.
MOREHEAD & LUNN.
A $30,000 gold brick, a six day's run,
was brought into Kingman from Gold
Yavapai county has received $1,015.35
for its share of tho forest reserve money
for tho year ending Juno 30.
Tho Williams News states that "bo
causo of tho enterprise of tho Grand
Canyon Electric Light & Power com
pany, Williams will soon bo afforded
tho convenience of an nil day and all
night current." Shaking tho item down
tho inference is that it is for tho lack
of enterprise that other towns aro not
All theso lurid stories about pcoplo
having desperate combats with rattle
snnkes are written by men bordoring on
jimjams or else by chronic prevarica
tors, says tho Prcscott Courier. Tho
rattlcsnako is moro easily killed than
tho common houso fly. Tho slightest
sort of a blow breaks its back and it
is all back except its rattlo and head.
Wishing to economically acquire a
roll of comfortablo blankets, a hobo at
Flagstaff paid 50 cents for a bed. When
tho landlord checked in ho found him
self shy a guest and n full equipment
of bed covering.
Do Witt's Carbolizcd Witch Hazel
Salvo ponotratcs tho pores thoroughly
cleanses and is licaling and soothing.
Good for piles. Sold by Hanna's Drug
How About Your Insuranco?
Don't wait until tho house burns
down boforo yota think of insurance. Seo
Moore & Feland about it at once, Home
Printing Building. tf
Every evening this week at Globe Furnishing Co., formerly
Edwards & Neff, to clean out all that's left of our cloth
ing, shoes and furnishings. ANYTHING YOU NEED AT
YOUR OWN PRICE.
Private Sale During the Day
i! Mini iwi-n
The postmaster or Gnsconado, Mo.,
Daniei A. Rugh, says of Do Witt's Kid
noy and Bladder Pills: "I am doing
so well, and improving so fast in health,
that I cannot say too much for your
Kidney and Bladder Pills. I fcol liko
a now man." Do Witt's Kidnoy and
Bladder Pills are Bold by Hanna 's Drug
At tho Alexander
Owing to non-arrival of films, no
chango of program took placo last night
but tonight an entire chango of pro
gram will bo shown, featuring Miss
Edna McDonald,, quick chango artist,
in Indian and Scottish dances. Miss
McDonald is considered oiio of tho best
nrtists in tho business. Royo brothers
will appear in comic sketch and Hayncs
nnd Mathews will presont their slan-
stick comedy sketch. New pictures and
now songs will also bo shown tonight.
Men's Suits that were sold at $25 . $12.50
Hats that were $3 $1.75
Underwear that sold for $2 and
up, per suit 75c and 1
All Wool Underwear, per suit . . $1 to 2
Fine' Dress and Negligee Shirts, 50c and 75c
Shirts that sold for $2.50, now . . $1.75
Neckties that sold for 75c and $l-,now 35c
Let's do business. If these prices don't suit, tell us what
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you'll give. Stock must all go by Saturday night.
GLOBE FURNISHING C