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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Friday, December 27, 1907 ARIZONA SILVER BELT DAILY AND WEEKLY Published each morning except Ionday. Admitted to tlio mails iastesoud class mntter By the SILVER BELT PUBLISHING CO. Member of tho Associated Press SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily, by mail, ono year. ........ $7.50 Daily, by carrier, ono month 75 Weekly, ono year r.... 2.50 Weekly, six months ...... . 1.25 Cash in advance Subscribers' Notice Subscribers please notify this oftlco 'in caso of non-dolivcry of the dally, 'Monday excepted. Advertising rates made known on ap plication. ! NEITHER DEAD, NOR SLEEPING .ccordinc to new arrivals in tho 'town, Globe is tho worst knocked city in Arizona. All over tho territory the !. (hammers are being worn out on (Hobo and anvil choruses have boon organ ized to Chant of its, fall. People Who were intending ov eomo to Globe have been told that -the towu was on the hummer, at the bottom of tho tobo gan slide, at the ground connection of the creased role; that it was deader than tho Populist party, (latter than .Tout's boom, and that there was no .woro left of it than of tho rose of last - June. Plucked like a tlower in tis iime. Globe went down like the late lamented Mr. McGinty, and would never- more return. It's o sad too, just as Glo"be was becoming ono of the leading cities of tho Southwest. In thn face of all thi. n takes a brave man to continue his trip to Globe and when he gets here, he h invariably surprised to see the largo sp.uk of life which remains in the corps'. His first thouirh't is that if Globo is really a tUad one, it Vj.nc mose exceedingly real istic ana viyid imitation of the livest - ,Jflng he has ever laid eye., on. Wo may havo been bumped on tuo financial "helter-skelter" but we didu't spend any great period of time in nursing the bumps. The slump in copier an I the financial stringency have been forgotten- and Globe is marching foiward ,ust n$ it did before "th.j big thing I'JDIC off." The Phoenix Hi-publican conceded that President Koosevelt inado "an eatnest stab at his duty as he saw it in sending troops to Goldfield, but spoils even the doubtful compliment by as serting that the countermanding of his order would leave lim open to a charge of "unfixedncss of purpose." Regard' ing' the latter belief, it looks just the opposite to ns. No purpose could be moer fixed than that of the president that the troops wust leive 'on next ,Mo"hday. -..r- Funny how so many people arc ready 1 to knock something they .tnuw nothing about and how much more willing is the ear into which a knock is poured, than a boost. Strange, how it is taken for granted that a knock is t'ie truth and how a boost usually meets with mis trust and unbeliof, on the part ot the hearer who suspects ulterior motives on the part of the booster. Well it seems that after all, and in ipite of the calamity howlers, Santa C laus did not have to go into the hands of a receiver. After such u Christinas day as our recent one, we haw more to be thankful for than wo had on Thanks giving day. Two now stamp mills nro to bo erected by mining companies in the Congress district in Yavapai county. Mrs. Kalior Pacheo, wife of the Pima county sheriff, her cuusin and daughter had a narrow escape from death or serious injury in a runaway nt Tucson, Sunday. Both women were thrown from tho buggy and stunned. The little daughter was tossed from tho vehicle and escaped unscTftfChrd. The Arizona Democrat was awarded tho Maricopa county printing. The Saturday Review was tho only other bidder, "but could not connect owing to the fact that it was -a weekly paper. Albert Arviso and Quong Wu have been held to the grand jury nt Phoenix for robbing the Now York store. By suing the Wells Fargo company Mrs. ,W. JI. Hurst of Uisbeo lias re cover $20for fnilnre to receive a Christ mas present sent by express a year ago. Jesus Fernandez, a Mexican work man, fell 75 feet through the elevator shaft of the Copper Queen wnrehousc in Bisbee Sunday morning and was in stantly killed. A newly arrived matador from Mex ico tried to arrange for a bullfight in Tucson until ho learned that it was il legal. Considerable mining activity is ie ported from the .Jerome district. The ono year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Cooley was drowned in an irrigating ditch nt Mesa. Some one fired a shot through tho window of tho Santa Fe ticket ollice at Phoenix and Agent Dickinson had a harrow escape. Mrs. Frank Paine of Phoenix ex postulated with her husband for play nig poker and he threatened to kill her if she didn't "dry up." Then Mrs, Paine gave away the tellow that oper ated the blind tiget. MILES CLOSE 1 Company Sets New Record in Way of Attendance and rirst First Class Performances. There is nothing really crious the matter with the country. We havo been feeding lnrgely on capnen prosperity nnd it gave us a slight attne-t of ptoln- '-"aino' oisoniug, which is never fatal ""when the proper remedies are iiimedi ' , :iWTy applied. Judging from the ndvnnco intima tions in the way of good resolutions fo: the new year, it is evident that not only ordinaryt repair work but consider able bracing will bo required on the water wagon. A miner from Arizona blew out tho gas in a Los Angeles hotel and almost crossed the great divide by so doing. Jt's a safe bet though, that he couldn't be persuaded to purchase a gole brick. IN ARIZONA 1 frnneis .). Uoncv" tiro "noted lT.-ift New 'th"'i prosecutor is Mae iii,JT(t:ion on ears day,' - .' ""- - . ..J,.. i-.ii i ,.iho ft!Xi to. vV....... ...t ,...., . . new' tOWrfSlte'MlF th t'nlnrml.i In.lin.. "MUvcVrVafhVnin "Ytiriia county. tfj ." Xlv i jC il Is ' v . -.- ' rXkc.1l,,crK ) excited over tho pros- ,, ..J'1 " mo Vllllll ing operations. tore mine soon resulii- AlhertBsieinfuId of Tucson who sued 7'.eekendorf for $20,000, which he claimed was duo him for tho sale of fore f,rom tho Omega mine was awarded $7,094 by the jury. ( The grand jury refused to bring a true bill against District Attorney Shel ly in Cochise county, holding that tho ' charges .of Kxaminer Foster were not ' i' rn Ut '' tlle ev',,C!nce- ' ' ,; ''The Plant World, "a botanical mag. nzlne, will hereafter bo" published at .. -Tucson instead of Denver, tho plant having been moved to the old village. . j- t . . . V grabbing $2 which ho had put ,,.'"P for bet. that was lost Antonio .?. t'j.Ochoa went to jail at Prc'scott. Tho judgq told him he wasn't a sport. The Delia Pringle stock companv closed an extended engagement at the Dreamland theater Inst night with n tepetition of "Tho Parish Priest'1 to Si house that was large ;ind appreciative as those of other nights. "The Parish Priest" is the strongest piny in the repertoire of the company and it is exceptionally well handled. Mr. Hogan in the role mnde famous by Daniel Sully, was at his best last night and seniom nas mere neon a better piece ot talent seen on a loenl stage. In the comedy part Mr. Kelly made his usual hit and the other parts were equally well taken. The company gave two performances on Christmas to record houses, that of the afternoon, when the "Chorus Girl" was repeated to the largest matinee crowd in the history of the house, and the evening performance to a house that was even larger thn a that of last Saturday night, which had the record for four days only. The play Christmas night was "The" Outcast."" which, al though it had been played here before, was entirely pleasing to'the large crowd. Miss Pringlc as the blind girl was splendid, as was Miss McConuell as the "villniness," but the real honors were carried off by Grace Hamilton as Aunt Dinah and John T. Hopkins as Kzekial Morse, the murderous miser, who killed or tried to kill one or two in each act. Mr. Hopkins' work was vcrv clever and his efforts were well applauded. uenerai regret is telt by Globe the atergoers at tho departure of the Pringles. They are as clever a bunch of stage people as ever came to Globe with a "rep" company and they made many friendswhile here. This liiorniiii? they will leave for Phoenix, where Miss Pringle has leased the Olympic theater for stock performances. Great Hit at the Iris. A clever bagpunchor, nn excellent sketch team and a six-year-old boy comedian combine to give patrons of tho Iris the best show that theater has as yet had. II. J. Woods, who manijm lates the inllnted bags, is great, punch ing from one to three of them continu ously, with hands, head and feet Franklyn and Lyndon do a singing comedy sketch entitled "The Prima Donna and the coon" that is being well received nightly. Franklyn s clever in black face and the lady is a high class vocalist. Ono of the prettiest pieces of homo talent ecr shown in Globe was that provided by Billy Cummings in his pro duction of "Mamma's Boy" in which ho is assisted by Globe children, whom ho trained for the occasion. Littlo Dudley Ford, who is only six years old and a born comedian, made a great hit with his acting and singing and littlo May Sprecher won applause by her singing. Ten small boys make up the remainder of tho juvenile company. The bill has packed every house during tho last two nights and will be given again tonight at both performances. At tho Alexander. A moving picture showing President Roosevelt's visit at St. Louis is the feature of the present bill at the Alex ander. In addition to the pictures, Kdnn Mac Donald sings "The Last Rose of Summer Is tho Sweetest Song of All," and Conley and Lee do a clover black face sketch. single, exception, tho claims advanced by thoir admirers nro found to be truo and well founded. . , Tho company numbers in all forty people, of this number belnir n chorus of handsome,' talented and shapely ring ing girls. The production is complete in overy detail. Massive scenic sets, mid pan oramic mid light effects aro carriqd for the entire production, which ensures a performance beyond tho ordinary music al show. , I DON'T FORGET Now is the time to have your photo taken. Kev's Studio is making swell photos at l6c each. "If you want photos' bd sure and don't miss this chance. Thcro is somothing nlxmt Kennedy's Lnxntivo Cough Syrup that mnkes it different from others, as Jt causes a freo yet gentle action of thd bowels through which tho cold is forced out of tho sys tem. At tho same time it heals irrita tion and allays inflammation of tho throat and lungs. It is pleasant to take. Children like it. Contains no opiates nor narcotics. Sold by Hannu's Drug Store. Storage room phone 001. " J A Swell Show. The whole-town is talking about littlo Dudley Ford, the six-year-old comedinn at the Iris. Wuas's Woith doing is worth doing well. If you wish to bo sured of lthcumntism uso Ballard's Snow Liniment nnd you will bo "well cured." A positivo euro for Sprains, Neuralgia, Bruises, Con tracted Muscles and all the ills that flesh is heir to. A. G. M. Williams, Nnvasota, Texas, writes: "I havo used Snow Liniment for sprained anklo nnd it gavo tho best of satisfaction. I always keep it in the house. ' ' , Sold by tho Palace Pharmacy. n n (i Furniture, Stoves, Ranges, Chinaware and House Furnishings Read the Convincing Prices STOVES AND RANGES Cast Iron Wood Stoves, were $10, now.S 8.00 Moore's Steel Stoves, were $20, now . . . 16. U0 Moore & Merritt's Steel Ranges, high closet and reservoir were $35, now. . . 28.00 Stewart Ranges, were. $55,' now '44.00 Monarch Malleable Iron Ranges, were $70, now 56.00 Sheet Iron Air-tignfc. Heaters, were $2.25, now 1. 75 Coal Heating Stoves were $5.50, now.. 4.40 Oak Center Tables were $2.75, now. . . 2.25 Spring Cots, were; S3, now 2.25 N. BROAD STREET JUST ACROSS THE BRIDGE uiiiiififl Hill IBiMJiPlBi " f i 1 Mc NEIL 'S 300 Broad Street WATCH US GBOW Telephone 151 For Something Good to Eat Don't forget to place your poultry or ders with us. Turkeys, Ducks, Chick ens, fancy Broilers and Spring Chick-f- "'wovn on hand. Limburger, Swiss and Cream CHEESE Oysters in Bulk and Can Fresh Fish Genuine Sheep and Lamb always to bo had at the Central Market. For a square deal and treatment call at The Central Meat Market JOE RYAN, - Manager HOLLOW Concrete BIocRs and Sidewalk Reinforced Concrete Estimates on Buildings Promptly Furnished J. MAUREL Two-story Concrete Block House, West of Globe Lumber Yanl. P. O. Box 221 Rocking Chairs )Vo"od Seat Ilockcrs, were $1.75, now ! .. $1.25 Cane Scat Rockers, were $3, now . $2,25 Arm Hookers, were $3.50, now . .$2.80 Arm Ilockcrr cobble seat, were $1, now $3.20 Arm Itockers, cobble seat, were $4.50, now $3.00 Heed Hockers, were $0, now.. $4.80 Leather Seat Hockers, were $0.50, now $5.20 Solid Oak Jtockers, were $10, ow ...... $8.00 Kced RockerH, were $11, now ..$8.80 Leather Scat Itockers, were $15, now , $12.00 Morris Chairs, wete $17.50, now $14.00 Dressers The only real line in the city. Ah. solutcly high-class goods. Beautiful modern, elegant. Dressers that were $14, now .$10.00 Dressers that sold for $17.50, now ... $13.00 Princess, was $22.50, now $18.20 Princess, was $35, now . $28.00 The Empress, was $S5, now fCS.OO OO-OAETS A pretty collection at prices that will surclv interest you. Go-Carts that sold for $14, now $1 1.20 Oo-Cnrts that were $4, now $3.20 CO O en Q z X o Couches ana Davenports Couch Pads, wcrb. $6, now. . .$1.80 Steel Couches, nt'fo $7.50, now .$0.00 Steol DavenjwrUj were $9, now $7.20 Steel DaTenporU, wore $15, now ,u...,. $12.00 Brussels Art Squares Brussels Rugs, 30x54 inches, were $2.25, now, ..,., $1.80 AzminSter, 60x27 inches, were $3.50, now $2.80 $5.!j0, now .uw. $4.40 Axjninster, 30x72 Inches, were Brussels, 9xl2i were $20, nowf.$lC.OO $17.50 Brugft'eli, 9x12, now ...$14.50 Brussels, 9xl2; were-$20, now10.00 Axmlnster, wori $30, now..-. .$24.00 Axminstcr, 10-0x13-0, wore $10, now M $32.00 Iron arid Brass Beds . Iron Beds, were $i, now Iron Beds, wbre $S, now Iron Beds, were $12, now . Iron Beds, beauties, were now Brass Beds, were $22.50, not, Iron Beds, elapdrato brass mings, wcrt $27.50, now . Brass Beds, werq $32.50, now Buffets, wore $17.50, now ... Buffets and Combination $3.00 $0.40 .$9.00 $20, $10.00 .$18.50 . $20.00 -$38.00 China Closet, were $55, now $44.00 Brass Beds, satin finish, were $85. now , $GS.OO 2 a C CO O H CO c D C D China Closets Were $47.50, now .. . .$38.00 Sideboards, were $47.50, now..$38.00 Were $37.50, now $30.00 v Mattresses Excelsior, were $5, now $4.00 Cotton Alattresses, were $5, now $4.00 Cotton Mattresses, were $8.50, now $0.80 Orient, were $14, now $11.20 Ostermoor, were $18, now ,... $15.00' An extensive line of Singer Sew ing Machines from $10 to $25, war ranted. PARLOR SETS. Three-Piece Mission, was $15, , now ...... . $13.00 Mahogany Finished, were $25, now $20.00 Real Mahogany, were $55, now$44.00 DINING CHAIRS. Mission, solid seat, were $4.25, now v$3.40 Mission, leather seat, were $4.50, now . $3.50 Solid Oak, leather seat, were $5, now $4.00 Don't fail to sec our gigantic China and Crockery Department. Great cuts here. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Make Yoiir Wants Known Here. Yon Will Get Satisfactory Results. Advertisements unt'er ibis head 10 cents per line tnc tlrst Insertion and 6 cents per line each subNcquent Insertion. Uv tnc montb. 11.00 oer line. No ad Insert eTf or less tbfcn it) cents. Ail d under this head must oe pula tor in aavnnce. Discount to regular advertisers. WANTED WANTED Two copies cich of tho Dailv Vrizoua Silver Belt d&tcrf Nov. 2, 1907, and Oct. 11, 1907. Reiam to this office to circulator. w l' co www Cold Meats for Hot Weather Equipped with a thoroughly modern refrigerating plant wo ofler all meats thoroughly cooled, all animal heat removed, all the healthfulneas, all tho juiciness and all tho flavor re tained. -: Pioneer Meat Market "The Best Meats" WANTED Saddlo horso for tho keep ing. Call this office. LOST Gentleman 'o "gold" watch and chain. S. M. engraved on the case, Waltham movement. Itcturn to this ollice. FOR RENT Largo store room in rear of Mrs. Fort's millinery parlors. En trance from alley. Apply to Mrs. Fort. FOR RENT Thrpe-room house. Apply Julo Maurel, box 221, or Cement bouse. tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms ; also fur nished housekeeping rooms. 320 E. Oak street. FOR BENT FOR RENT Ten-room house; lavatory in every room; just completed. In quire of J. Maurel, box 221. rOR RENT Desirable furnished rooms, $8 and up. Mrs. L. G. Coombs, Ball ground. . FOR RENT Room in the Fostofflce building. Apply at Silver Belt office. FOR RENT Two housekeeping rooms. well furnished. 325 S. Hill street. EdmundTLSatchell Assayer and Chemist 41 BROAD STREET ?. O. Box 867 'The at Sunny Sldo of Broadway" Dreamland. On .Innnnry 8 ami 0 theater goers of this city will bo offered tho musical sensation of the day, the Irish Amer ican comedy "Tho Sunny Sido of Broadway," over which New Yqrk and Boston critics have1 "grown enthusiastic and written in the 'most eulogistic man ner. It did not seem possible at tho beginning of the career of "Tho Sun ny Side of Broadway," when it was first produced, that any now organiza tion corild come into tho field and at oiie'c assume the lead, and bo unnnirn- ousiy caned tne host musical perform ance of the season. Yet suclt a thing has actually como to pass, and todav "Tho Sunny Side of Broadway" and Murray and Mack in the nrincinal roles aro placed by the press and public of every cityho far visited in the proud and exalted position, and without a FOR RENT Comfortable front room furnished for rent with bath. Ono block from court house. Call at this ollice. FOR RENT Six room house; furnished or unfurnished. Also four room 'un furnished house. Apply Mrs. E.Mer ritt, 310 Mesquite street. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, with bath; also furn. house. Mrs. .T. Harvey Hnrris, 424 S. Hill. Tel. 1391. FOR SALE FOR SALE Household furniture. En quire nt tho White House, 504 X. Broad street. FOR SALE Household furniture. Ap ply to .1. II. Allen, Hast Globe, near It. It. Hospital. FOR SALE Household goods, cheap. Apply nt 291 Tonto street, Pascoo Hil, It. H. Simmons. TO TRADE Equity in G-room house First National Bank account. T. T., Silver Belt. LOST AND FOUND FOUND Bunch of koy3. Call at Sil ver Belt oIlFco and pay for this ad.. .. Old Dominion Commercial Co. Tremendous Bargains In Every Department . Before the Year End Inventory Old Dominion Commercial Co. LOST Monday, a small gold open work I broach with opal in center. The finder will please leavo at the Silver Belt and receive reward. LOST Black warrant book GxlO inches, for B. P. q. Elks lodge. Iteturn to Silver Belt. COFFEE is perishable, it ought to be kept in tight packages, not exposed to air. Your crocer returns your money if you don't like Schilling's Best: v,e pay him Opens Miners Boarding' House Mothor Brnckin has "leased tho Min er's boarding houso and will' -bo glad to servo her old friends and as many now ones its will nphreciato good homo cooking and neat rooms.. Give, me a call, and I will troat you right. '.-. MOTHER BRACKIN. Get your winter supply of coal whilo wo aro delivering it in ton lots at 12 per ton. Globo Hardware Co. A Swell Show. Tho whole town is talking about littlo Dudley Ford, tho six-year-old comedian at the Iris. 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 I McKevitt House Neatly furnished rooms, with stovo3. CHEAP RATES. 660 Nprth Broad street, upstairs. Threo Big Acts. A big show at the Iris. Three acts, two moving pictures, one illustrated song. Nothing prettier for Christmas than Lowney's Cliristnias boxes. At Moore head & Lunn's. .--- . , a - -- .--- ..ft- . -- -- --.0. . 9 ..- mt JT.j.TA.y- y. . -Now Opeir V '41 V WJrp I Call district messenger service, phone 2191. Littlo Wonder Candy Store BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO. Single and Double Teams Saddle Horses ' Hay, Grain & Coal - A Specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs Telophase 171 The Eagle Restaurant I NAQUIN'S OLD STAND ? "J & T House completely overhauled; newly painted and papered; new furni- J 4. turc; immaculate tabic linen; good silverware and nico dishes. Finest '& 3 and cleanest kitchen in tho city. Give us a call and you will bo regular. ' DROP IN TODAY 4I"I""I-6wI!M"ct'' (B OUR NEW SALESMAN We have the greatest salesman in Globe. Wit, humor and eloquence sit down when he rises to speak, P,p,,..is the great speaker, the convincing FllVL4 salesman, and is listened to' by every one, and sells' the goods. SULTAN BROTHERS Globe, Arizona -. "