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i3nr L Page Two DAILY ARIZON SILVER HKLT rjf lr I fl& Km Kb- ffoDrn .3?Vv ARIZONA SILVER BELT DAILY AND WEEKLY Published each morning except Monday. Admitted to mails aa second class matter By tho SILVER BELT PUBLISHING CO. II. H. HIENER II. G. HOLD3WORTH Mombor of tho Associated Prcsa. OFFICIAL PAFEB GILA COUNTV OFFICIAL PAPER CITY OF rtLOBB SUBSCRIPTION OATE8 L)nij, by mail, ono yor....- .$7.S0 Daily, by carrier, ono month .75 Weekly, ono year . 2.50 Wekly, six months ....... l.r Cash in adrnncr Subscribers ' tootles Subscribers please notify thi offlc In case of non-deliTry of th lall Mondnv Mrpptnil Advertising rstt nude known on a plication Entered at tht PostonW in iln Ariz., as second-elns mail UNION 6ffly)LABEL KEEPING CASH AT HOME. Tho woro the proposed plan of estab lishing postal savings banks on some thing of tho sains plan that has already worked so successfully in England for many years is discussed the moro argu ments, and stronger, are adduced in its favor. This is ono of the pot hobbles of Postmaster General Meyer, and he is working so earnestly for tho cause that it is to be hopod he may bo successful, and that this reform, which will un doubtedly provo a great blessing to a multitude of people will be accredited to his administration of the office. Postmaster General Meyer expresses eomo interesting views on the postal savings bank question in tha current number of Van Narden's Magazine. He lias studied tho question carefully, and has reached tho conclusion that tho adoption of postal savings banks would solve tho panic question. Ha believes that because the ignorant immigrants have implicit confidence in tho credit of the United States government and no confidence in the many private sav ings institutions, they would, if postal savings banks were established, bo glad to truBt their surplus monoy to the gov eminent money which is now sont abroad. Last year over $720,000,000 was sent to foreign countries in postal money orders. Postmaster General Mey er in an interviow in the magazine above mentioned, says: 'I learn that 459,755 postal or ders were drawn by Italians alone. These orders averaged $11.29, and the total was more than $19,000,000. Wo know that this vast sum was not sent home to bo rpent. The bulk of it was added to tho de posits of tl'3 banks of Italy. O'jr financial institutions lost the use of it. Italy gained it." As to the question of postal savings banks averting panics, Postmaster Gen eral Mayer believes that the world at largo has confidence in the credit of the United States, and that this con fidence would cause immigrants to de posit with tho government millions of dollars which in times of panic are withdrawn from circulation and hidden away. Having confidenca in the govern ment, they would leave their money in the postal savings banks, whoro, it would bo constantly performing its function and aiding in the spread of trade. While opposition to tho establishment of postal savings banks is to be ex pected from some privato banking in stitutions, tho postmaster general be lieves that tho wlsa bankers will bo found In favor of it. They know that tho saving of money is a habit, and that the moro tho wago oarnor learns to accumulate the greatar becomeos his desire to iee his account grow. Presi dents of national banks of deposit have already pledged themselves to pay the government two per cent on ajl deposits. Somo startling figures have been gath ewd by the statistician in tho working out of the postal savings bank plan. These figures show that the people of this country aro very frugal in some things, especially in tho saving of monoy. For, prior to the recent panic, thoro was on deposit in savings banks no less than $3,690,078,915. Of that sum $1,394,290,000 was in tho savings banks of New York state alone. Ten states had over 78 per cent of tho total, tho remaining 22 per cent being scattered throughout thirty-slx states. To he postmaster general theso figures aro eloquent in support of his plan for postal savings banks in tho thickly pop ulated states of tho oast, as proving that tho peoplo aro anxious to bank their surplus money if givon an oppor tunity. Ths small savings in tho wost are due, he believes, to tho fact that banks are few and far between. It would seem that .thero has, been hardly any stronger argument adduced In favor of postal savings banks than these figures, showing how much mon ey is sent abroad by alien laborers on this continent. Last year over $17, 000,000 went to Austria-Hungary, and mHuai F . . 1 - rnXk" th" eonUnM' yo 917,-, on his record and has met with the or. , , nearly $10,000,000 to Russia, in postal orders. That monoy was all earned hero, and, of course, tho men who earn ed it had a right to do what they chose with it; but it docs soom a shame that tho American peoplo, who paid this monoy in wages, should bo deprived of tho benefit that would accrue from its bolng deposited in American banks. Un- j doubtedly tho question will come up beforo tho approaching session of con gress, end such has been popular educa tion and argument on the subject that It seems moro than likely that the neces sary legislation will bo enactod. It should bo. Doctor Napoleon Boston declares that kissing Is worso than files for spreading disease. Wo havo no doubt the doctor is an earnest warrior, but ho is one Napoleon, for all that, headed for a Waterloo, when he scoks to ocombat with tho hosts of kissers and kisses. If tho crown prince of Servia is actu ally spoiling for trouble, why doesn't old King Peter get a shingle, take him to tho woodshed and accommodate him? Tbo Mikado of Japan Is a poet, and, wo infer, does his own laureating. This is only added evidence that ho Is a great and wise statesman. "There is a great deal of unneces sary noise," says the Buffalo Express. Chcer-r-r up! It will all bo over in a fow days morel A Misouri woman had her husband jailed becauso he hit her with a biscuit within loss than a weok after they were married. They wero probably biscuits of her own fashioning, and she didn't want to tako desparate chances on her life. And now Mr. Harriman has com menced reaching over into Mexico and picking up ralroads. Who knows but what we may complete the Panama Ca nal lust in time for this gentleman to grab It When Mr. Roosevelt becomes an ed itor, we warn him right now he will havo all sorts of competition in the matter of telling exactly how the gov erment ought to be run. A Boston gentleman has started a pa per in which ho says he will print only the good news. A noble ambition, per haps, and a sure way to sidestep worry concerning the cost of white paper. Tho Cloveland Leader is annoyed that theBaltimoro Sun should use the word "like" as if it wore a conjunction. Well, papers as weU as people, havo their likes and dislikes. "How about your holiday presents?" asks an ad lino in the Chattanooga Times. This is, wo believe, the first symptom of tho aproachlng Christmas season noted thus far. A statistician has figured that 3,242 miles of wind pased through Topeka between October 13 and 19. Must havo reminded the folks of those old Populist days of tho long ago 'No state tax will be levied in Wis consin next year, so It is said. And now every penniless pessimist In the state will growl because he will miss saving that much money. ' "I liko to sit in school," begins a poet in St. Nicholas. School children will understand, however, that this is merely an example of extreme poetical license. Extract from an editorial to be print od in the Outlook next Ssptomber: "As our esteemed but atrociously misguided contemporary, tho Commoner, says," When all the explanations aro in the thing will simply resolvo itself down to tho rather embarrassing fact that thero wero not enough democratic votes. An English suffragette informed a London policeman that she would rather go to jail than not. Looks as if every body ought to havo been satisfied. Thero will bo no disturbance in tho financial or industrial world and a long season of prosperity stretches out bo f oro tho people. A Milwaukee man drowned himself drinking beer tho other day. We believo In local pride, but that was carrying it too far. It seems that Ed. Stewart was run ning liko a quarter horse. Most pooplo do sprint when they become frightened. The election of eGorge W. P. Hunt was a foregone conclusion, but Chas. Martin mado'the old war horse go some. Bert Pratt, numbers his friends by his acquaintances and the result could n't have boen otherwise. Drugs Stationery Books AT RYAN'S Druggists and Stationers SA YINGS OF MRS. SOLOMON. (Being the Confessions'ofthe Seven Hundreth Wife.) TRANSLATED BY MAUD MARIE Mix. a pound, of 'vanity with an ounce of passion and a handful of im pertinence and you have the average man's "lovo." Seems kind of superfluous for a married man to join & secret society, considering how many personal secrets he already has on his mind. A wife is the bread and meat of llfo; but it takes a good many side dishes to satisfy a man's sentimental appetito and give the lovo feast piquancy. Flirtation is fraught with the same fascination for a man as sticky fly-paper for a fly and sometimes with the same results. Don't think your husband has ceased to love yon merely because he makes poor excuses for staying out nights, wait until he ceases to make any excuses at alL In tho algebra of love, a woman interests a man only so long as she remains tho unknown quantity. , A man suspects that he hasn't married his affinity when his wife be gins to lose her temper; but be is positively sure of it when she begins A man's favorite brand of love is brand-new love, to loso hor figure. William Ryan, above all the candi dates, has reason to bo proud. He has served the people well and faithfully during the past two years, and the peo plo have said well done. Mr. Miles ma do a gallant fight; and in defeat is entitled to praise. Here's hoping that the sledding will bo smoother in another contest. And now since we have Cameron, statehood is assured at the short session. Seriously let us all hope the new dele gate will bo successful. "Bryan gives up," says an editorial in tho Milwaukee Sentinel. This may bo classed as important, if true. "Windy William's" party tho par ty of Hearst scored three whole votes in tho entire county. The "I told you so" fellow had an oportunity of catching 'cm a-going and a-coming yestorday. W. O. Kcllner did exactly what every body thought ho would do run ahead of his ticket. The local socialists wero evidently de termined to make for themselves a spot on tho map. Scratching may work disastrously to somo of the candidates, but it isn't a bad sign. Wm. Ryan experienced tho sensations of defeat and victory all in ono and tho same day. Now that yon havo your hand in try voting In the Silver Belt's piano con test. Despite the Taft injunctions the labor voto didn't seem to shy at tho big ele phant. A young 'un, Georgo Shuto provod to be the spoody paco maker of the bunch. From a bunch of the most popular, Hinson Thomas just walked away. And jour Uncle John McCormick is something of a "goer" himself. Walter Wcllman has provod himself to bo a very bum forocaster. And wo will continue to livo under the reign of the Georges. It was like getting money from homo for Henry Thompson. Bryan will probably not bob up again for four years. Forget it and let us proceed to boost Globo. Congratulations' Sheriff Thompson. Cheer np; the worst has passed. V I i On the face of the returns it would seem that the county controversy was something a little .merestrenuous than boy's play. Now that the coffee corner has fallod in Brazil, we shall have "genuine Mocha" to burn this winter. Let us make Globo the metropolis of the new star Arizona. f KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS ATTEN TION. Pinal Mountain Lodge No. Jl, Knights of Pythias, is desirous of keep ing in close touch with remembers and all knights of Pythias in our city. Therefore on Thursday night, Novem ber 5th, thero will be a roll call meet ing. All visiting members are cordial ly invited to attend. After tho meet ing there will be a banquet. Committee, J. A. Willis, E. Gricc. Meeting called to order 7:30 sharp. 8YL. HEATHER, C. (?. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pilis are unequaled in casea of weak back, back aeho, inflammation of the bladder, rheumatic pains, and all urinray disor ders. They ore antisoptic and act promptly. Every case of kidney or bladder trouble should be attended to at bncCj and tho ache in the back, rhoumatic pains, urinary disorders, etc., ore warning signs. Don't delay, for delays are dangerous. Get DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. Regular size 50c. Bold by Palace Pharmacy and United Drug Co, - Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup, not only heals irritation and allays in flamation, thereby stopping the?cough, but it moves tho bowels gently, and in that wny drives tho co'd from the syw tern. Contains no opiates. It is pleas ant to tako and children especially liko tho taste, so nearly liko maple su gar. Sold by Palaco Phnrmacy and United Drug Co. Pleasant, sure, easy, safe littlo liver Pills, aro DeWitt's Littlo Early Risers. They are asy to take, and act gently. Wo sell and recommond thow. Palace Pharmacy and United Drug Co. Benefit ball at Dreamland Saturday night by tho girls' basket ball team. Get your tickets now. Dr. fihoop's Health Coffee is created from pure, parched grains, mnlt, nuts, otc. no real coffeo in it. Fiuo in flavor is "mado in a minute."s No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling. Sample Free. Morehcnd k Lunn. CHOICE MEATS. For genuine mntton, Iamb and sueop Tho Pioneer Meat Markot, M. C. Bouno, Supt. Phone 331. Saturday night, grand benefit ball by Globo High school girls, at Dreamland. FOR AXE COMPUTING SCALE, Stimpson make. Also eosh register and fourteen foot aounter; bargain. Gamble's Cash Store, CHOICE MEATS. For genuine mutton, lamb and sheep i Tho Pioneer Meat 'Market, M. C. Bono, Bupt. Phone Ml. BARGAINS IN HOMES We offer you some bargains' in REAL ESTATE No. 7 5-room modern N. ,Higa ct $2?800. .Terms 44 G-room modem S. East ...v.v 2,750 66 5-room modem S. High 3,000 Terms 70 1-room houso S. East . 1,500 Terms 7G G-room house 8. East ,1,800 Terms 111-U and 2 rooms, ono lot N. High ...."...'. 1,800 Terms 178 3-room house - N. 189 3-room house, furnished.... N. 256 7-rbom modem N. High 4,000 Terms 377 5-room modem ...N. High 3,000 Terms 393 j.room modem E. Mesquito 2,800 Terms 400 1-room houso N. East , 1,800 Terms 404 7-room house, snap School Hill 2,300 Terms 444 5-room houso S. East 1,500 Terms 4C3 5-room bouse, snap N. High .' 2,300 Terms 87 2 lots E. Globe 850 Terms 203 1 lot . N. Sutherland 150 208 Lot . E. Globe 300 Terms 411 Fine lot E, Globe, close in 500 Terms 415 12-room rooming houso N. Dcvcreaux 3,800 Terms 417 14-room rooming house, furniture, otc 600 Cash INSURANCE Fire, life, accident and liability in bC3t companies that always pay dollar for dollar. FOR RENT Furnished and unfurnished houses in all parts of the city. Copper Belt Realty Co. Phone 1291 140 E. Oak St. SILVER BELT POPULAR WANTS BBIMO RESULT ONE CENT PEE ISSUE CASH MUST ACCOMPANY THE I A WORD) VcENT Wnt Ada in itae future will be publUbed In the 8 Iver Uli ul tbe rale of one cent a word per luue. No sd. wl 1 be taken for lexa than 10 crau. and oaab mus accompany the cop n OTerr Instance. Count jour word. always prefaclcir the ad with For Kent. For Sain bout found. V anted, etc, aa tnecaaemay be. and multiply by the number of liuertlotu and yo lll know the exact coot, wblob must accompany tiie ad. No morr want ado unntnir for ai "riVflnlt rwHnd win h ncptrl rxri from nartlexhatlnc an open account with thii office WAKTED WANTED Earn Money for the Holi. days Wo want a wido awako roprc scntativo in your county. Give par ticulars when you write for informa tion. We have an attractive proposi tion for men who can "mako good." Cleveland, 0., U. 8. A. Tbe ARTHUR WE3TBROOK CO., vVANTED Some burros, tent aad pack saddles. Address J. L,, Silver Belt. WANTED Clean cotton rags at the Silver Belt office. Will pay 5c poutfd. WANTED To rent, six or seven room house with batn, furnished or un furnished; good location. Address, N. O. Lawton, Supt. Miami Copper Co. Phone 1551. WANTED ;A No. 1 cook wants work. Inquire Bank Exchange cigar stand. WANTED Situation; nrst-class Jap anese cook; speak Engl'sh perfectly; have best reference. Address C2, this office. WANTED Four or slz-hene are Uam. Room 27, Trust Bldg. WANTED Woman for general house work. Inquire Mrs. Stoneman, cor ner Mesquito and Devereaux streets. WANTED Lady to room and board. Mrs. Ely Wales, 227 First, and Byea more. WANTED Nursing by an experienced lady. AddreM post office box 1368, Globe. FOR BBS? FOR RENT Two dosJraole front offlees in Pofltofficc building. Apply to Joi. H. Uamill, Silver Belt odce. FOR BENT Three room house in Bail ey block. Apply to Wm. Boas on tho premises. FOR RENT Eight-room house, electric lights; nowly papered and painted; close in. 233 N. Pine stroet. FOB SAXiB BABBIT METAL TOR SALE Old typo metal, melted into bnra, tbo finest in. tho world for tmbbitt metal, for salo at tbo Silver Belt office at 15 cents per pound. FOR SALE Comjtto soda fountain, with tank, charger, etc; bargain. Ap ply Silver Belt. FOR SALE Two heating stoves. Ap ply 318 South Hill street. FOB 8ALE. Few pieces of furniture must bo sold nt onco. Apply 424 8. Hill street. Littlo houso in rear. Mrs. J. Harvey Harris. FOB SALE Gents' furnishing house doing good business. Address A. is. C, Silver Belt. FOB SALE Indelible typewriter rib boa for Yost typewriter, at this of-Ice. Globo High . .- 800 Terms .'....' 1,100 BRING RESULT! PER WORD PES ZSSUB COPY .FOR .ADVERTISEMENTS FOR SALE Few thoroughbred Flym outli Rock cockerels from prize win ners, perfectly marked and from strain of fine breeders. For informs tion write P. B. Walker, Box 62 Tevistou, Arix. FOR SALE $75 -ouys gooa barbei shop, fine location, rent $25 per month. Inquire of George Brown, White House Saloon, a FOR SALE Finest tuggy team In the country. Single or double. 3 yearr old. Inquire of Red Lemdljr. FOR SALE Span of ponies, hames and buckbonrd; ponies good for rid ing and driving. Enquire 953 Nortl Broad. FOR SALE See Knight Parker at onco, 729 East Ash street, for a chei homo on installment plan, both mod cm and common. LOST AND POUND LOST Key ring oi seven keys, between Bankers' Garden and O. D. Keystoni mine, nlong road. Leave at this of fiee; reward. LOST Pocketbook with cash an I check. Keep money and return book to Silver Belt. LOST Gold watch, open face gold dial with nn Eagle fob. Return to Silvci Belt oflle and reeeiv reward. FOUND A good watch. Owner can recover br calling for Fred Yturri at tho Globe Plumbing shop, proving uwncrsmp ox same onu pay mm lor this adv. LOST Eastern Star pin. Return to tho Silver Belt office and receive re ward. FOUND Blue coat for gentleman. Owner can secure same at this office upon paying for this advertisement. We Do Laundering as it Should be Done We guarantee our work to plcaso you. All we ask is a trial. Our wagon will call. Phone 1481. Globe Steam Laundry FBLAND BROS, Props. Downtown Office, Owl Club Cigar Stand. The New Customer We make old customers out of new. ones, and raroly loso either. This is because thoy ore SATIS FIED CUSTOMERS and WE KEEP THEM SATISFIED. They are satisfied trccsoso wo do horseshoeing and carriage repair ing as it should be doncC Horses colled for and dollvered. BAILEY & SON PHONE 2281 Globe Real Estate Office OFFERS: Business Opportunity A business netting k $700 per month to be sold at the Sacrifice Price of $2200 We have a few snaps in residence property THEARE GOING Get in on the rise Fire insurance in Dollar Companies 214 NORTH BROAD STREET PHONE 1101 Concrete BIocKs ESTIMATES ON BUILDINGS PROMPTLY FURNISHED CHIMNEYS A SPECIALTY Daniel I Holman P. O. BOX 486. OLOBE BANKER'S GARDEN v The Finest Resort in Globe Popular' with all classes wiater aaA summer. Refreshments of all kii& Choice Cigars, Wises aad Liquors. Schllts and ABhewer-Basdi Bmt at (1 ways oao Draught The White House BROAD AND CEDAB STREETS Globe's Leading said Matt Popular Drinking Cafe Best Liquors and Cigars and the best general bar service In. the city. A gentlemen's re sort. Oood treatment for alL Bank Exchange Restaurant J. T. LOUIE, Proprietor, Now open in rear of EANK EXCHANGE SHLOON Chinese Chop Suey and Noodles Meals at All Hours Open Da aud Night Building Contractor Building 'estimates promptly furnished Work guaranteed J. E. MERRIAM BOX 481 Office Opp. Kinney Sow. Architects ' General Contractors Estimates Cheerfully Furnished SIMS & SONS P. O. Box 466 Res. 780 Monroe SL, East Globe Rheumatism! . I hTe frond tried and tasted eurs f or Bhco fcurtUm! Not remedy lht will strsisMeetlw distorted limbs of chronic cripple, mot Vara bopT growths bea to flctb aaain. Tht'klpotblaj buUcsnnowssrslrklUtte t&lai aad nnd this df plorsbls diseats. i la Ocrnmnr-wHh Cfeeaist la Ctty of Dsttamdt I found tbs feaS Sccwdta wtdi which Dr. Bhocm's ybfnwtis.ytwadr wm tssd a perfected, depemdabls pnseriptiost. WllhocJ that Ut Ingredient, I rowrwrnlir WesSad taanj. so&nr esses of RhenaiUliaj:bnnow.Mtast.Mrat I tormlr cures all earsble cases of this Bsrsteton . ssnch dreaded disease. Those saniWlka rraaetor wastes, found la Bheeaotte Blood seesalodtssortt and casa a war B&dar tha action of this rssudr ss freely as does sufar when added to pan water Ann hmo. wbw ousoirso. wen poMoaees lnmm freely pass froas lbs ijilsni. aad She eaase cl BheuxaevMsa ta ton fortTttr. Then is bow bo real needao actual excuse to safftr Iomw with stksl. wsaU.ao4 laeonSdsaes nmmmmt Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy; THE PALACE PHARMACY. H frTOBmfl - .