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. "' A si- WV N' ;Pago Four DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Saturday, November 23 "$t ,- uti r H JMr t ''f ilKff iWWBBHIwHRwSraPr iH IH8Hfr"5-i 7 ? ,T - rt 3b4mL "a Pi K : GLOBE HARDWARE CO, Heating Stoves, Cook Stoves, BRIDGE,BEACH&CO ".MOHAWK? I i. iz&i&M&k Sheet Iron Heaters Our stock has arrived just in time to supply every one in Globe. THE BEST STOVES AT THE LOWEST PRICES GLOBE HARDWARE CO. PHILADELPHIA MAN CLAIMS THAT HE CAN MAKE COLO OF AID OR COPPER ow Concrete Building Blocks Hoi MADE TO ORDER DIMENSIONS: ADVANTAGES OF HOLLOW CON CRETE BUILDINGS Cheapness of construction; buildings warm in winter, cool In summer, dry Tcntllated wnlls, flro nnd dust proof; Insurance U chenpen requlrvs no pulntlnR or repairs; blocfts con bo laid lu tbo wall rupl 1) und require but little mortar; plalcrlng may bo done on the buck of the stone, say Lac lathing: free from rats inloo or vermin; porlcclly bnnltury, resists rain nnd dries quickly, while solid walls remain dump. I use the Right Process, the Right Material and have the Right Kind of Blocks, also the Right Kind of Machin ery. Estimates on Building Promptly Furnished. Call at J. MAUREL Two-story Concrete Block House, West of Globo Lumber Yard O. K. Livery Stables General Livery and Feed Stables Gaited Saddle 'Horses....Phone 481 QUICK SERVICE AND GOOD RIGS Phone 481 W. P. KELSEY, Mgr. Globe, Arizona rCCKXJOOOOOCKXJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOO 80 b . - ... wrkQtrru v Q nw4U V-f o VA. Jamestown Exposition, ROUND TRIP RATES FROM EL PASO VIA DIRECT LINES: SEASON TICKET, $87.45; SIXTY DAY TICKET, 572.90; FIFTEEN DAY TICKETS, $56.75; VIA NEW YORK IN ONE DIRECTION ONLY, SEASON TICKET, $97.30; SIXTY DAY TICKET, $81.05. SALE DATES DAILY UNTIL NOVEMBER 30; FINAL RETURN LIMIT ON SEASON TICKETS, DECEMBER 15. For further particulars please write or call on J. S. MORRISSON, o City Passenger Agent, A. T. & S. F. Ry., Mills Bfilg., El Pjisojex. CXXX;0002COOCCCCCK30COOOOCOOCOGCOCOCOOOCCXCCOCCOOOOOCX OOOOCKOOCKXXOOOCOOOOOCCOOCOOOOOOOOC30000COOOOOOC o A rAHianno BRiniA&i itnrr nnnuinn ramuuo muittro nui ornmuo R A noted resort for health and pleasure. Rates. $2.00 to $3.00 per day. Twenty minutes rldo from Hot Springs Station, Graham county, Arizona. Thjso wonderful wa tcrs aro recommended to euro rheumatism, gout, dropsy, liver, kidney and stomach troubles, blood disorder and women's ail ments. Beautiful lawns and shado trees; largo plunge and swimming poo) ; also 'fish lake and boating, lawn tennis and croquet and swings. Try our wonderful If you aro sick, got well. If well, get pleas- Srjr WJl( fK3?-KvArS t 'fgtfMx&xttTZr ZTC""Ji-n But wa ITKm O mx. Mi i -J- 'J- ml.-, tefAxzi rirPSs' XT5 2J-IV 215 8SS 3S viFsyV SrotfaaL ar;s.airwKVHrT:,3i'l .-i-aMUl.K:lLII..:Sj.3c SM YV& TSE mud and mineral baths, uro and rest. Tickets with return limit of ten days, $5.35 for tho round trip. o Saturday and Sunday excursions On Saturdays and Sundays from p, May 23rd to September 30th, tickets limited to return tho following o Monday will bo on salo at the rato of $1.25.. 2 ALEXANDER BROTHERS, . Postofflco Fort Thomas, Arizona. oocooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooooooooooooocooobooooo PHILADELPHIA, Pn., November 22. Umlor the caption "Truth," J. Em ory Byrnm, select councilman from tho 23d ward, has put out it circular an nouncing to an astonished world that after years of research ho lias found tho philosopher's stone of tho knhbalista and is prepared to turn silver into pure gold as a commercial proposition. Evon copper, ho says, can bo transmutod in tho sumo way, and n big factory now boing fitted up in Chester for tho trans mutation, is being paid for, the invontor declares, with gold ho made from silver. Tliis silvor, ho avers, was nindo into gold by a tedious hand process, nnd "was in largo part sold to tho United States mint horo as bullion. Tho work, Mr. Byrnm explains, was largely in tho na turo of an experiment, Or, rnthor, dem onstration, and it is his intention to substitute machinery for hand labor in tho Ghcstor plant. Business Men Interested Business men of standing nro quoted by him as boiug interested in his ven ture, nnd his right-hand man is Robert I). Crawford, formorly in tho United States navy, who, as a govornmont ex pert, wns associated with Dr. Emmons of New York in 1892 in experiments "with Harvoyized armor and smokeless powdor. Tho "Gold Manufacturing Company," which Byrnm incorporated last September under tho laws of Dola waro with $500,000 capital, nnd over which ho presides, with Crawford as vice-president, held a meeting in dies tor last night. "It's my own process," said Byrnm after tho meeting, "and I have been working on it for years. "What is it likof Well, you jdon't expect mo to give away tho results of a lifetimo in experiment, do yoivf" "Is it like tho Hunter process of sweating, which created such an excite merit soino years ago!" wns asked. Forces of Naturo Utilized "Not in tho slightest," said iho in ventor hastily. "Thoro is no connec tion, wlmtovor. That was an electrical process, whilo T don't'mind saying that in mine tho silver is subjected to tho forces of nature extremes of heat and cold prcssurovand chemical action." "Then tho silver is treated as nearly as possiblo to tho same forces as it might havo met in geological times?" was asked.' "Exactly bo," said tho councilman, "and emerges puro gold." According to Mr. Byrnm, ho has made ."5,000 ounces of gold from silver. That means that $3,1)00 worth of silver was turned into about $90,000 worth of gold. This gold bullion was disposed of chiefly to the local United States mint, and Mr. Byrnm displays dupli cate receipts and certificates of assay. DRAMATIC PIRATES Manager of "Arizona" to Prosccuto Well Known Actress Lay In Your Fuel Supply Now GROCERIES, FUEL and FEED Gamble & Mclnroy P. O. Box 109 Telephone 751 Store Opp. Depot "I havo. had warrants issued for the arrest of those responsible for putting on tho play 'Arizona' at Eastlako park two years ago, and as soon as they can bo located, arrests will bo made," is tho statement mado recently by Harry Richards of tho "Arizona" company, which will present tho play by that namo hero next week, says tho Bisbcc Review. Tho play was produced in Phoenix by tho Ethel Tucker Stock company, which organization will bo remembered by theater-goers of this city, having played hero on one or two different occasions, and one of the warrants which has been sworn out is for Ethel Tucker, the leader of tho company. "I thought onco wo had her located in Colorado," continued Richards, "but when a search was made sho had left tho state. "Ethel Tucker knew that tho play was copyrighted and to present it with out permission of the owners was a fed eral offense. Tho government looks after tho matter of protecting thoso whoso copyrights are infringed." Richards understood beforo coming hero that "Arizona" had boon present ed by tho Tucker company, but after nrriving in tho city ho learned that ho was mistaken and that it was in Phoe nix that the performance took plnce. "If anyono thinks for a minute that this is a press agent yarn," said Rich- lards, "just let them., furnish mo with tho information that will lead to tho arrest of Ethel Tucker and her hus band, Whit Brandon, or any of tho others who had a hand in taking my play and putting it on in Phoenix with out permission and I will show them that I mean business." ARIZONA l UAS Laundry and Towel Supply One Towel Cabinet, WhiskBroom,Comb, Brush, Soap and Six Towels each week $1.25 per Month Telephone 461 750 North Broad Street 1 I'm 'i"i ! I' COPYWW Cold Meats for HotJWeather Equipped with a thoroughly modern refrigerating plant wo offer all meats thoroughly cooled, all animal heat removed, all tho healthfulnoss, all tho juiciness and all tho flavor ro talned. Pioneer Meat Market "Tho Best Meats" Sowing machines for rent at J. P. McNoil's Furniture store, opposito tho Miner's union hall, Globe, Ariz. Van Wngenen makes a specialty of tinting. Satisfaction our motto. Thaw's Sister Has Immenso Income Tho annual incomo of Alice Cornelia Thaw, Countess of 'Yarmouth, sister of Harry K. Thaw, exceeds $150,000 from hor father's estate. Aside from this she has othor investments which in tho ag gregate yield moro than $200,000 a year. Of all tho Thaw children sho is tho most frugal. Tho second account of tho principal of her estate, filed in tho Allegheny court-houso today by tho Fidelity Titlo and Trust Company, trustee, gives tho key for tho correct amount of her wealth. Tho account shows a lialanco loft over from tho first nccount. which wns filed in 1001. of $301,018.32. mado up' principally of stocks and mortgages, from which a largo incomo is derived. The stock holdings nro valued at $022, 395.80, and tho mortgnges amount to $239,10101. Tho incomo from tho in vestments sinco tho previous account wns filed was $110,028.57. Pittsburg dispatch to tho Now York World. COFFEE You can buy something called "coffee" at 10c lb with 3000 miles of R R freight from ,the roaster ; don't. ' Your crocerrelurns your money if you doa'J like ScbMhiff's Best; we pay him.' "-" r " v K4-H-H-H-H-H-i-r :: A Successful Rival :: Original. It Is not unusunl for either a man or a woman to como between un engaged couple, but It Is unusunl for the course of true love to bo turned awry by n horse. The story begins back In the duys when the Indians lu tho west were constantly breaking away from their reservations und slaughtering all palefaces who ennio In their way. It wns thou that Florence Brooks was visiting au older sister ut Fort It., tho wife of au olliccr In the United States army. And then'jlt wns that, tho gar rison havlug ' marched away, leaving tho women and lilldreu to the protec tion of half n coupauy under the com mand of u llculcnnnt, another tribe consisting of several hundred warriors cnino down to take possession of the fort. When a friendly redsklu rodo Into tho Inclosurenud unnouueed the com ing of his fellows, every mnu being needed for (defense, Florence Brooks volunteered jio rldo to the nearest post, fifty miles distant, for succor. Lieu tenant Ilovnrd Whiting, In command, placed heron his own Kentucky bred horse, Comanche, and sent her llylng out of the J"orX- shouting nfter her, "Their lives depend upon you!" How the horse enabled her to cross tho pnth of the coming Indians an hour before they reached the point of Inter section, how ten miles farther on she met n squadron of cavalry, bow wheu the Indians reached tho fort they found a force ample to protect It, need only be referred to here. From that day Comanche was beloved by the whole garrison, and especially by Miss Brooks. As for Miss Brooks, sho was beloved by tho whole garrison, especial ly Lleutennnt Whiting. And now tho view of alkali plaint surrounding Fort It. hns changed, to vacant lots on tho outskirts of a city. Miss Brooks rides lu n trolley car In stead of on horseback, and Lieutenant Whiting spends the greater part of tho day In n recruiting olllce In ono of the dingiest' streets of tho city. But early In the n,f tcrnoon he; leaves his sergeant In charge nnd, mounted on Comanche, rides past Miss Brooks' nbode. Sho Is watching for him from nn upper win dow. He raise.? his hat, and from be hind the curtnlu sho throws him a kiss. But for one thing the lover would be supremely happy. He Is jealous of Comanche.. "Why," Ijc asked on joining his fiancee nfter ono of his rides, "do you always feast your eyes on my horso nnd pay no attention to me? This aft ernoon when I rode by you didn't even see when I rnlsed my hat. You waved your hand long after I had done so." "I lore Comnnche," sho replied. Miss Brooks left the city for a mouth, and when she returned her lover In formed her tli.it ho had sold Comanche. Tho reason he gave for doing so was that ho had been ordered to rejoin his regiment In the west, and, Comanche having become old, besides gone lame, the lieutenant would not feel warrant ed In transporting htm so far, especial ly as he would need n serviceable ani mal. Mls3 Brooks looked astonished when the news was Imparted to her nnd argued long and well against tho necessity for the sale. But Whiting had nothing but his pay, which was not sufficient to keep so expensive a pet, nnd she wns obliged to admit, which she did reluctantly, that he could hardly have done otherwise. They parted with nn embrace, warm enough on tho part of the man, but not tho girl. However, It gradually enmo over Miss Brooks planning as sho was for tho coming wedding that Comancho could not havo been Included In tho calculations. Indeed, It was very dif ficult for her to flguro out tho problem of living on Whiting's pay, even with out what 'Comanche would havo cost She had an Inqomo of $S0O, which sho must relinquish upon her marriage. This left only n second lieutenant's pay, with commutation for fuel and quarters, on which tho couple must live. After nil, Whiting was right. There Is no doubt that all would havo gone well had It not been for a certnln Inopportune meeting. Ouo morning while Miss Brookg wns out buying her trousseau she saw n man driving a cart with an enormous load on It. Tho horso was unable to get It un an In- cllne, and the driver was belaboring him unmercifully. Miss Brooks, natu rally fond of horses, approached to pro test. Tho horse turned his head, look cd at her out of n pair of melancholy eyes and whinnied. Ho was Comnnche. Miss Brooks embraced him nnd wept. Tho next mall carried to Lieutenant Whiting n breaking of tho engagement from Miss Brooks. No satisfactory reason was given. Tho real reason was that she loved Comanche better than Whiting. On her Income, which, If' not married, she would retain till death, oho could Ilvo and take caro of Co manche. Sho bought him for $5d nnd kept him In royal equine style. Comnnche lived flvo years nfter be ing rescued from tho melancholy posi tion Into which his master bsld sold him. Then Miss Brooks, nfter a de cent period of widowhood, began to think of her lover of other days. He, hearing that his rlvnl wns dead, sought her. They were married and went to live nt tho post where ho was stationed. "Whiting." said his colonel banter Ingly ono day, "I hear your wlfo kept you waiting fivo years whilo she lavish ed her affections on a horse. I didn't knowI had nn officer under my com mand with so little capacity for pleaB lng tho fair sex." "Colonel," replied Whiting, "I wotiM much rather havo been kept waiting for the woman I love by a horso than by some men I havo known." ELLSWORTH EMERSON. , t4ow Johnny Got Rid Of His Dog Tige JOHNNY'S dog, Tlgo, was a nui sance. Ills pet theory must havo been that nil things wcro created to bo destroyed at least, so his prac tices Indicated. Johnny's folks wcrs anxious to bo rid of Tige, and at last they decided to work upon tho lad's af fections with lucre. "Johnny," said his father ono day; "I'll give you 5 If you'll get rid of that dog." ' Johnny grasped at the amount, bwoI lowed hard at thought of Tige and said he would think It over. Tho next day at dlunor ho mado tho laconic announcement, "Pa, I got rid of Tige." "Well, I certainly am delighted to hear It," said the father. "Here's your money. You've earned It. How did you get rid of the nuisance?" "Traded him to Bill SImpklns for two yellow pups," answered Johnny. Llp plncott'a Magazine. ' Do Witt's Carbolizcd Witch Hazel Salvo penotratcs tho pores thoroughly cleanses and is hoaling and soothing. Good for piles. Sold by Hanna's Drug Store. TT Is ono of Globe's oldest and best i known cafes; everything first-class In his line. Call and bo convinced. Van Wagenon, next door to the post office, docs a general pninting and pa por hanging business. All work guaranteed. Thft nnfllmnfltAF r r tw :. r ;:,.. " .u"cai ,.M.t. a.. .uBu, bs or ue Wi iiuy uuu .umuuur X'ins '-T so well, and improving so fa5t that I cannot say too mh ' av.vamvj' uuti uiuuucr rillq T a new man." Do Witt s g Bladder Pill3 aro sold bj Han store. How About Your Don't wait until tie rlrttxrn finfnrn vnn iMi. .r " ,,.., " cad .uouru ruiuuu auout r a. rnnting uuiluing. In Lncfc. Commercial Gas Engines and Hoists 390 Broad Street WATCH Telephone 51 OS! Latest, safest and moat improved model, guaranteed for economy and re liability; simplest scientific engine built. Agent for MINING AND IRRIGATION PUMPS Sold and installed on absolute guar antee by John Wog Box 211 GLOBE, ARIZ. For Somethi Good to Ef Tlnn ' t Arrrnf tn hiqaa -. 7 r6 Jr T our Poal: ens, fancy Broilers and SprS .ua Mnnju vu uouu, Limburger, Swiss andCrl CHEESE Oysters in Bulk and Cl Fresh Fish Genuine Sheep and Lamb uTJ bo naa at tne central Market square deal and treat cut ci) The Central ftd - Market JOE .RYAN, - Manger Country gent, late of tho city, ob serving countryman raise his hat ns he passes, throws hltn n shilling. Countryman Tbank'ee, sir (with em phasis), but I warn't takln' on my 'at to you. I was a-scratchln' my head! i Punch. 1 IVlir e Left. "I'm very sorry, madam," said the new boarder, "but I have arranged to leave at tho end of the week." "Indeed!" rejoined tho landlady. "Are you going to leave the city?" "Oh, no!" replied the new boarder. "I'm merely making n change on ac count of the water." "Why, what's wrong with the water here?" queried tho landlady. "It's Impure," answered the other "I frequently detect a slight flavor of coffee In it." Chicago News. con GLOBE LUMBER Wholesale and Retail Dealers Mining Timbers a Specialt A. TROJANOVICH Proprietor "In MnrrlaKU n l'nllnrct' Maria, the Colored maid, had been neglecting her work shamefully. Her mistress remonstrated, but In vain. Fi nally Mnrla',s carelessness called forth n sharp rebuke. To aoftcn tho sting the mlsttes3 added: "Maria, I think you must be in love." Maria, who was resting rumlnatlvely on her broom handle, drew herself up nnd replied with great dignity: "'Deed, ma'am, I's a married 'onion!" j Judge. An Incentive 1 Live. "Cheer up, old renn," said the In valid's friend. "You're not going to die yet." "You bet I'm not," replied the In valid, with great determination. "Tliat's the way to talk." "Yes. I heard the doctors quarrel ing about which one of them should perform the autopsy, so I've Just de cided to fool thorn." New Orleans Times-Democrat Anyone wishing to purchaso a Nav ajo blanket or rug, call at 475 N. Hill street, Bailoy block. Finest collection ever brought to tho city. HOLLENBECK HOTEI Los Angeles, California HEADQUARTERS FOR ARIZONAN3 Arixnnans spending the summer on the beaches arcsrelcome to taecseclj ... . . -- ... .l.i.. KArtno Mi.n.tinf l.fnmi tine rtrA Ii l"tr! (4 venlence. M-et your friend there Ladles and hlidren welcome ADfiepcu stop at The IloUenbecU. Electric excursion and beach cars pas tne floor (Jentral Location. Excellent Accommodation. Kcosonable Pnces. Splendid Kc-aaurant SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A. C. BILICKE JNO. S. MITCHE Office of the Arizona Hassayampa Club of Los Angeles. Got your winter supply of coal whilo wo aro delivering it in ton lots at $12 per ton. Globo Hardware Co. BANKER'S GARDEl 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 DrauJ .fr.H'HKfri'M":W A PREMIUM ON SC $2.25 In Value For $2 In Scrip An Offer CSM Extraordinary T HE regular subscription price of the Silver Belt, da i t .1 j.. i. u n :j., ; nc on rov moil11" delivered to any pari- vl uitj city ib 10 ccuid ij Thinner t.hp. next twelve davs $2 in scriD will be accep in navmenf. fnr three months snhscrintions. the lW price not only applying to new subscribers, but to tho Z .r. ...... .-.-.. r iu 4-'Ui-i ittViacia ri-ilriiT'M-vr-T-iv ITTlll OVniVP Wit' ill cUiecUb ui uiuac wiiuau ouuouj.ipuiuxi vvm wy-- , p.nvrent month. This offer will only hold open until NoveinDei - PQmoV0v tVie Silver "Relt takes the full Associated Dress lP01 ! faithfully covers the local field, and publishes daily the stock a metal markets. Many improvements are in contemplation, v " will be made during the next 30 days. .MH.H.frs..M'frHfr.H"fr' ..H- s HbbeMf a,..''-''