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HIE "tsJjIHB-" bi m, i j i . j ;( W'K,iffl l J . t DAILY;ARIZONASlLVER BELT Wednesday, -December H, jgrJ M. y","Ty-,u" W '" ' ''." "'"' V HBKy;.: Page Two 'fHRpllgik' . ' . i IKS 1HH 'Xitv-VJ' 'i VBii ' MkmbV 3ETOS V, IP!' ' . S-s h r y" v 'M, :z kju L S1 lt '"JJ- mi ., ' j l ffiPV-: - ARIZONA SILVER BELT DAILY AND WEEKLY Published each morning except Monday, Admitted to tho. matin aa second class matter By the SILVER BELT PTJBLISHINa 00. Member of the Associated Press SUBSCRIPTION BATES Daily, by mail, ono yoar.......-.........$7.50 Daily, by carrier, one month........... .75 Weekly, ono year ......... .; ... 2.50 Weekly, six months ..... 1.25 Cash in advance Subscribers' Notlco Subscribers please notify this office in caso of non-delivery of tho dally, Monday excepted. Advertising rates made known on application. unJS .'UffiMJ-L. MONEY AND COPPEB. Tho copper metal market continues in about tho samo position as for some weeks past. Tho advance- noted a few weeks ago was brief, being based on tho filling of foreign orders. Sinco tho demand from that source was supplied tho market has fallen back into its old rut, says tho Boston Financial XTows. Tho production of copper in this coun. try has decreased greatly, and it is probablo that tho production abroad will bo curtailed. Tho decrease in tho consumption, howover, has been grcator than tho decrcaso introduction, for tho timo being, so that copper actually is being accumulated still. This fact has given riso to much tho orizing on a wrong basis. It is alleged that there was a largo over-production of copper and that tho prico was ar tificially inflated. As to over-produc tion, the output up to tho timo when the- curtailment was put in force, had not shown tho normal percentngo of in crease, despite tho great demand for tho metal, and tho pushing of production as rapidly as possible. So far from over-production was tho output that grave fears were entertain ed by good authorities that there would not be copper enough to go around. "We are aware that it is alleged that these fears were not genuine, but werov ex pressed to advanco tho prico of copper. This is not truo, however, and it is a fact that with a continuanco of tho demand shown earlier in tho year a f amino in copper was' imminent. Tho prico of copper was advanced, it is true, higher than it should, havo gone, butjjthis was duo to thp consumers oven moro than to tho producers. Tho lat ter did much to restrain tho advance. The contrast between tho conditions in tho industry early in tho year and now is remarkable, and it is not strange that tho derangement has brought about such rumors as havo been current. Tho copper industry seems to have suffered moro than any other industry by tho financial conditions. There is reason to believe, however, that, it has merely been ahead of tho other in dstrics, and that tho latter will follow downward in duo course. Conditions in tho copper industry arc somewhat peculiar, in thnt the metal goes from thp producer almost directly into consumption. Iron oro is mined largely by tho producers of finished steel, and tho effect of curtailment is not felt to any great extent until it reaches tho finished products. Tho com panics that purchase lead aro controlled by tho companies that produce the metal. Tho market for gold and silver is affected by other factors. Copper producers, on tho other hand, do not icontrol tho consumers of tho metal. If tho demand for copper wire, electrical apparatus, railroad equipment, etc., de clines, tho fact is apparent at onco in tho demand for copper. There can be no doubt that if tho iron output had to seek outside buyers, the prico of that metal would havo declined as has cop per, and the demand woulu bo as small. Railroads aro curtailing their plans for extensions, projected electrical en terprises are postponed, bocauso of tho impossibility of financing them. This work will be done some timo, and the copper will havo to bo used. Tho pres ent trouble is not too much copper, but too little money. Increased supplies of money will not bring ,immcdiato in crease in tho demand for copper, as conditions havo been unsettled and it will tako somo timo to restore thorn to their normal lovcl. Moro plontiful funds, however, constituto tho m$st ef ficient remedy. of his party trust his-leadership trust it as they hnve trusted no other leader ship in moro than two decades. And it is tho candid opinion of this newspa per that, in tho forthcoming presidential race, if Roosevolt persists in eliminating himself, Bryan will havo a mngniflcont opportunity to reach tho goal. His strength is inflnttoly greater thnn thnt of any other democrat north or south. Tho Ilcrnld's summary is based on facts which ore obvious to tho most casual and prejudiced obsorvcrs. Even tho democratic and republican factors to which Mr. Bryan is or was persona non grata havo discovered that tho at tempt to organized opposition to him is futilo, nnd thoy havo practically aban doned all such efforts. Tho Ilorald is also correct in laying its finger on tho main source of Bryan's strength. Tho mass of tho democratic voters, and wo beliovo tho voters of tho country, irrespective of affiliation, view him with implicit confidence. Thoy know that his honesty and sincerity aro un Impeachable and his recent courso dur ing tho financial flurry boro irrefutable ovidonco to his non-partisan patriotism and breadth of mind. Wo do not see, however, that tho elim ination or tho non-elimination of Mr. Roosevelt enn nffect tho attitudo of de mocracy. With tho president in or out of tho race, Mr. Bryan is tho party's most availablo candidate Ho would bo unquestionably stronger before thq peoplo than any of tho candidates now openly bidding for tho republican nomi nation, and ho is tho ono man who, by reason of similarity of personality and policies, would givo democracy its best opportunity at tho polls against Presi dent Boscvclt, should tho latter succumb to tho third-term clamor. Atlanta Constitution. IN ARIZONA A. C. Amal, connected with tho Qreeno-Cnnnnen company, Cannnea, told Tucson reporters that thcro are scarcely 100 persons at present working In the whole Cananca district and thnt tho present force will "bo materially cur tallied. Mr. Amal states that ho thinks coppor will reach a top-notch prico by early summer. Thomas Lawson has acquired exton sivo Interests in tho Silver Bell district, according to reports irom uoston. Superintendent Ruthrauff of tho Tuc son schools has been censured by tho territorial board or education for sub stituting school books not recommended by tho Arizona board. An effort to con ncct him with tho alleged book trust proved iutue. Tho names of Frank S. Ingalls for surveyor general of Arizona and .Ly man Wakefield for receiver of the cen oral land offico havo been sent to tho icnnnto for confirmation by President Jtooseveit. Albert R. Morawetz of Arizona has been recommended for appointment, as consul general at large a new federal office. It will bo Mr. Morawetz' 'duties to travel over Mexico and Central America in tho interest of this government. U. S. Marshal Ben Daniels Is en route to San Francisco with eighty ught Chincso who aro to bo deported. Eighteen guards accompanied tho marshal. William Reese, charged vith having attempted to murder F. W. Fickstt of the Old Pueblo Mining company, was discharged by a Tucson justice. Tho treasurer of Pim.i county 10 ceived $27,000 in two davs for taxes. . Tho Twin Buttcs properties, Pima county, aro soon to bo rcoponed nnd ex tensively developed. Col. W. C. Qreeno is willing to placo a wager that there is to bo a marked advanco in coppor. Joso Ortega has been arrested by Maricopa officers charged with tho theft of a horse. ell. Sewer work has been stopped at Low- CLEAR VIEW OF BRYAN' Confidence of the People Main Source of His Strength. Unusunl significance must necessarily attach to tho anglo from which tho po tential candidacy of Mr. Bryan is viow ed at tho national capital. Tho Washington Herald, which has, in its relatively short career given ovi donco of a facility for impartial and accurato analysis of .politics and poll , ticians, mado tho recent visit of tho Nebrn8kan to Washington tho occasion for tho following unambiguous esti mate of his strength. With all his shortcomings, politically and his enreer, liko Roosovelt's, is characterized by political shortcomings tho peoplo beliovo In him, respect him, nnd givo implicit faith to him, if not to all his theories. Tho rank nnd file Many dinhthoria cases aro reported at Osborne, Pima county. Deo Thomas, charged with the murdor of his younger brother at BWhcn, is on trial at Tombstone. Thomas was jealous of hid wife and returning homo ono evening noticed a man seated on tho "allcry with Mrs. Thomas. Believing tno man to bo a liisbee liveryman, Thomas shot at him. Tho victim proved to bo n younger brother, whu was mak ing a friendly call. William Liggott, ono of tho old-timers of Cochiso county, is dead in Los Angeles. Wayward Bisbeo ,boys aro being rounuea up and sent to wurtge Uoan's juvenile court at Tombstone. us boiler . makers, .machinists, black smiths, nnd moulders. "Tho men refused to stand for a reduction of wages posted in November. Tho Episcopal ladies of Donglns at a recent 'church function served 200 tur key dinners. A littlo girl nt Toinbstoho recently offered this prayer: "Doav God, bo awfully careful of yourself, for if wo should leave you wo .have nobody but tho president to run tho universe, and papn docs not liko tho way ho acts. Amen." Amen. Charged with ste'nling a bicyclo, Jose Arizn of Tucson hns been- sentenced to serve n year in tho pen. Tho Tombstone Prospector is showing marked .improvement of late. Who's who? Tho Salt Rivor valley will ship sev entyrfivo car loads of oranges this year against eighteen last. Phoenix has organized an auto club. NOT ABDICATION OF POWER Moaning of President's Order to Gov ernment Officeholders. Tho World ennnot find in Mr,4Rooso velt's warning to government office holders tho glimmering of a suggestion that ho objects to tho election of Itoo30 volt dolcgatcs or that ho is not determ ined to control tho republican national convention. All. ho says is that ho ob jects to federal employes going to the convention as Roosovolt delegates. This is anything but an abdication of powor. Mr. Roosovclt was not born yes terday. Ho remembers tho federal of ficoholdors' convention at Minneapolis in 1892. which renominated Harrison. Ho also remembors tho conscquonccs, and is determined that history shall not ropcat itself. , Mr. Roosovclt is still playing hide and seek with tho nomination, as Justice Browor said. It Is evident that tho let tor to tho heads of tho departments is no less a guide than a warning to fed eral employes. When translated out of tho White House vernacular, does it mean cither moro or less than "Don't go yourself; -ond a reliable substitute! "New York World. THROWN FROM SALOON RANCH HAND RETURNS AND MURDERS TWO STOCKTON, Cal., December 9. Af ter being ejected from Richard Cous ins' saloon at Waterford, Stanislaus county, Sundaj' night, because ho was intoxicated and boisterous, Roscoo Bradley, n ranch hand, returned armed and began shooting. Tho first bullet struck Little, a painter, killing him instantly. Cousins received a mortal wound and died in a half hour. Brad ley gave himself up and was taken to tho Modesto jail, whero ho was booked on two charges of murder. A dozen people were In tho placo at tho timo of tho shooting, but none other was struck. U. S. BUYS SILVER. WASHINGTON, December 9. The treasury department today purchased 400,000 ounces of silver at 50.372 cents per fine ounce, 100,000 ounces to bo de livered to each of the mints in Phila delphia, San Francisco, Denver and Now Urlcans. Naquin's 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. today. Christmas-Wise. I never speak to Charlie twice, Ho's always prompt to come; Now when I want to read my book, Ho puts away his drum. Right willingly ho goes to bed, And seldom ever cries; And all this leads mo to concludo That Charlie's getting wise. Ho never asks his mother for A second piece of cake; Ho gladly runs to split tho wood, Whene'er sho starts to bake. Ho doesn't whistle 'round tho houso- My temper never tries; And nil this leads mo to believe That Charlie's getting wiso. Ho wipes his feet when ho comes, in Hangs up his hat with care; Ho doesn't tease tho hired girl, Or treat her to a scare. , His conduct, for a littlo boy, All precedent defies; Oh! I am satisfied, all right, That Charlie's getting wiso! Detroit Free7 Press. Naquin's 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. today. PAYING THE NAVAL PIPER Valentino Silvas( stabbed in adrunk- v.. vn lit .uinuuu UICU B W rUStUL Ul UIH wounds. A Mexican named Trinidad is charged with tho murder. At a regular meeting of tho Eiks lodge at Bisbeo, Rev. Harry Shields was voted a lifo membership. ' Mr. Shields has boon pastor of tho Episcopal churoh for a number of years and recently de cided to lcavo that city. i i Mrs. Amelia Now, who sorvod a por tion of a lifo's sentonco in tho Knnsns penitentiary was pardoned last Tveek and Is now living with her sister in Bisbeo. Mrs. Now was charged with tho murdor of her husband. Tho evi dence was purely circumstantial. Tho professional men of Bisbeo have formed what will bo known as tho Montezuma club. Walter nyler. an old-timo TiiCHon stage driver, has skipped out louring n long siring or mourners. Tho Arizona Copper company, operat ing at Clifton, has discharged all of Don't Grumble at tho Bills If You Like Imperialism. Old-fashioned peoplo may look back with regret to tho good old days when tho United States was merely a repub lic, and not an empire; but if the ma jority of Americans favor imperialism they must bo propnrod to accept all tho consequences which imperialism in volves. Ono of those consequences is a navy largo enough not only to pro tect this country from attack but to protect this country from attack, but to protect this country from attack, but to defend its distant poscsssions. Wo cannot havo ono without tho other. It costs more morey to bo a world powor than to bo a simple republic, 'and if the now goncration of Amoricans profer tho pomp and circumstance of imperialism to tho old ordor of things thoy must no grumblo at tho bills. Baltimore Sun. . Naquin's 10 a.' m. to .9 p. m. today. Get. your, winter supply of coal while wo aro delivering It in ton lots at $12 per ton. Globe Hardware Co. Shoes! Shoes! Shoos! Tho largest stock of ladies' and children's shoes in Globe, at tho Ladies' Auction. Naquin's 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. today. What's Worth doing is worth doing well. If you wish to bo Burcd of Rheumatism use Ballard's Snow Liniment and vou will bo "woll cured." A positive euro for Sprains, Nourajgin, Bruises, Con tracted Muscles and all tho ills that flesh is heir to. A. G. M. Williams, Navasota, Texas, writes: "I have used Snow Liniment fdr sprained ankle nnd it gave tho best of satisfaction. I always keep it in the house." f Sold by the Palace Pharmacy. " (I Buy Your Furniture and House Furnishings at McNeil's Great Year End Sale Now On J. P. McNEIL The Home Furnisher SELLING Has been and will continue to be the big thing at this store. We make selling prices. We have the goods that make selling easy. No matter what you want in the house-furnishing line, from the most elaborate parlor, reception room and bed chamber furniture down to the kitchen, you'll find it here, and at a price not quoted by any other dealer in the city. Our Year End Sale'is proving a won derful success. People come to investi gate and stay to buy. You know what that means right prices, right goods. . 3 Uppori ! ' J. P. McNEIL The Home Furnisher The1 f-!l ' :unity of a Lifetime To Buy Furniture Is Now Yours at McNeil's Year End Sale Now On CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Hike Ywr WU Knewi Here. Yea Will Get Satisfactory Results. idertlsemenu unaer thU nead 10 oenu per line tne am Iwertlon and a ;" r "" eftAn subwsqueaUnsertlon. Br tno month. 11.00 ocr lino No ad tiwertetffor lesi ithan -Ocenw. AM ad under thla bead man do nald forinaavnce. Discount, to regunr ndTeniseni. WASTED WANTED Four or five room house unfurnished, f Address M., P; O. Box 819. ( WANTED Ono Silver Belt dated Octo ber 18, at this office. WANTED Nursing by a woman of experience. Confinement cases, pre ferred. Address Mrs. M. I. Roberts, Box 520, Globe, Arizona. WANTED Experienced dining room girl. Call at tho Moody housue, North Globe. Mrs. Eoso Wilt, proprietor. WANTED Five-room nous'e, partly furnished. Small family, no children. State location and price. Address A, Silver Belt offico. WANTED MALE HELP WANTED Employment Agency Dept. Laborers, $2.50 and eight hours work. Roliablo help furnishod free of chargo on short notice. FOE KENT Beal Estate Dept. Two and 6-room houses, furnished. Two,, 3 and C-room houses, unfurn ished. For Salo Lots from $35 up. Ifouscs with lots, $225 and up.. NICK MILTCK, Agont, Room 23, Trust building. FOE EENT Desirable furnished rooms, $8 and up. Mrs. L. G. Coombs, Ball-ground... FOE EENT Famished rooms ; also fur nished housekeeping rooms. 320 E. Oak street. FOE EENT Two-room houso, cheap. Inquire at American Dyo Works, tf FOE EENT Nicely 'furnished rooms, with bath; also furn. house. Mrs.. J. Harvey Harris, 424 S. Hill. Tel. 1391. FOE EENT Largo store room in rear of Mrs. Fort's millinery parlors. En trance from alley. Apply to Mrs. Fort. FOE EENT Ton-room houso; lavatory in every room; just completed. In qnlro of J. Manrel, box 221. FOE EENT Three-room house. Apply Jule Maurel, box '..'21, or Cement honse. ' TO TEADE Equity in 5-room houso First National Bank account. T. T., Silver Bolt. FOE SALE 9, K Christmas Cheer Permeates Our Entire Store here the prudent shoppers will assemble during the next few- weeks to secure their gifts. ' Our holi day display s of a nature uniquely and acceptably combining Beauty, Ornamentation and Utility You'll find a, different air pervading this store an air of elegance, of refinement, of metropolitanism so so desirable. No confusion here. Large, well ar ranged store. Fine goods in departments especially constructed for them. A shoppers' haven that's it. Old Dominion Commercial Co. i....H-"t'M'l-I--M--Hf"-I"-M'--fri4'W"l"i4W FOB XExTT FOK BINT Boom in the Fostofflce building. Apply at 8llver Bolt office. FOB EENT Five-room honse. Apply at 359 South Sutherland street. FOE EENT Furnished room for two men. Call at Mrs. Johnson, Blako St. FOE EENT Three-room house on Nob hill. Call at this office. FOE SALE Household goods, third house from railroad hospital. J. H. Blackford. FOE SALE Old newspapers at this office. , LOST AND FOUND LOST Pair of silver frame spectacles, . initials H. A. U. X. on noso-piece. Reward for return to this office. LOST Pair of eye-glassos at tho Iri3 on Thanksgiving night. Return to this offico; reward. Lon Sanders, Proprietor The Bank Exchange High-Class Wines and Liquors Imported and Domestic Cigars How About Your Insurance? Don't wait until the houso burns down before you think of Insurance. See Moore & Feland about It at once, Home Printing Bnilding. tf Wo frame pictures. Naquin & Co. Naquin's 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. today. We are selling an excellent grade of coal at $12 'per ton. Delivered to any part of the city. Globe Hardware Oo. Naquin's 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. today. Van Wagenen, next door to tbe post office, does a general painting and pa por hanging business. All work guaranteed. Mfrfr fliinfrfl nfr r-'"'E't"H"frfrit"t4'' tiitliH"fl4 ''a'ii?l"!''W ' Naquin's 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. today. Silk kimonos, silk hoso, silk shirt waists in complete linn of sizes at Ladies' Auction. Naquin's 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. today. O. K. Livery Stables General Livery and Feed Stables Gaited Saddle Horses....Phone '431 QUICK SERVICE AND GOOD RIGS Phone 481 W. P. KELSEY, Mgr. Globe, Arizona Ring up 372 for a painter. Van Wag ttnoo will call on you and give yon a first-class job. Naquin's 10 a. m. to 9. p. m. today. Jack and Jill wero both quito ill, , Now each is well and wisor, . For blues and headaches havo to 'go, When thoy tako an Early Riser. DoWitt's Littlo Early Risor Pills aro sold by Hanna.'s Drug, Store. Naquin's 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. today. Ladies 'Auction every afternoon from two to flvoj ovenings six to nine. Seats for ladies. Edwards & Neff building. Call district messenger service,, phone 2191.- Littlo Wonder Candy Store. Naquin's 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. today. Notice I am tho man who1 will, without extra charge, go anywhere in the city to take an acknowledgment, day or night, rain or shine; also tiraw up deeds, releases, mortgages' and wills at small cost; bug gy always ready in front of Brown's store. ' Phone 441. L. L Brown, the notary public. tf There is something about Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup that makes it different from othors, aa it causes a free yet genllo action of tho bowels through which tho cold is forced out of tho sys tem, At tho same timo it heals irrita tion and allays inflammation of tho hroat and lungs. It is pleasant to tako. Children liko it. Contains no opiates nor narcotics. Sold by Hanua's Drug Store. . "'I''I''1 r)?'it"W'l'il'4''4'1! 'f''?l'''j Naquin's 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. today. T Last Chanco Tonight. Onslow ahd O'Brien will do their funny act at tho Iris tonight for tho last timo. Don't miss it. Naquin 's 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. today. DoWitt's Carbolizcd Witch Hazel Salves don't forgot tho name, and ac-.. cept no substitute Got DoWitt's It's good for piles. Sold by Hanna's Drug Store. Anyone wishing to purchnse a Nav ajo blanket or rug, call at 475 N; Hill street, Bailey block. Finest collection over brought to the city. -No,w Open The Eagle Restaurant NAQUIN'S OLD STAND T Houso completely overhauled: npwlv painted and papered; new fnmi- ,, iuiu, iimuiicuiuiu i;iuiu iiuuu, gvuu siivurwnru uuu nice aisnes. ii"-- T and cleanest kitchen in tho city. Give us a call and .yon will be regale , i DROP IN TODAY & 4' fr4"t' "!'$ 'I1 ' 'H' Books! See the lnrffelina of books at Van Wagenen 's. P. O. building. ' THE CITY CAFE Open Day and Night. Short Orders at AIL Hours. CHINESE CHOP SUEY AND NOODLES Rear of Acme Saloon J. F. LOUIE,. Prop.