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( DAILY AEIZONA SILVJSR BELT Pnge Two t? m iy? ! E-W f& ri. & J ARIZON A SILVER BELT DAILY AND WEEKLY ' By tho SILVER BELT PUBLISHING 00. II. ,11, HIENEB -Ill'C. UOLDSWbRTH Published caoh morning except Monday, Admitted to mails as second elaaa matter. Member of tho Associated Press. OFFICIAL PAPER QILA COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER CITY OF GLOBE SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily, by mail, ono year......... $7.50 Daily, by carrlor, ono month 75 Weekly, ono year 2.50 Weekly, six months J5 ' Cash in advance. , II entiro country. And th sites that offer tho grcatoat advantages and hold tho strategic positions haVo bten solzod by this combination. jj The possibilities off the transmission of electric power aril so limitless that the roach of 'such a monopoly is utterly Immeasurable It could not stop the running of tho smaller Btroams, but It already controls tho machinery by which they may bo harnessed. Tho right tlmo to control a monopoly is boforo it is created. Tho right timo to detormlno that thcro shall bo no further private ownership of public water powor is now. - Subscribers ' Notice Subscribers pelasa notify this office in easo of nondelivery of tho daily, Monday excepted. Advertising rates made known on ap- plication. Entered at tho Postoffice in Globo, Aric, as second-class mail. The average daily circulation of tho aHver Belt during the month of Decem ber was 5873 The Silver Bolt has a larger circula tion than any daily nowspapcr in tho world published in a city with 10,000 or less population. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS av,.,,;Korfl tn thn DailV Arizona Sil r.h w!li ennfor a favor on this ufco by reporting promptly failure to roooivo paper. When no complaint xecoiyed the natural conclusion is that tha paper is being delivered regularly. SILVER BELT PUBLISHING CO. MONOPOLY OF WATER POWER Enough water flows past St. Louis to turn all tho wheels of the United States. And it Is said upon excellent engineer in: authority that enough water power is still undeveloped in the state of Mass achusetts, whero water power is already extensively utilized, to equal the flow f Niagara. Tho extent of the water power going to waste in this country is beyond human comprehension. But this is no reason why the govern ment should give away immeasurably -valuable water rights to corporations, free of cost and free of control. President Roosevelt in his special message to congress, stating his reasons for vetoing the James river tunnel bill, gave warning that the people of this country are threatened by a monopoly far more powerful, because in far closer touch with their domestic and industrial life, than anything known to our experience. "A single generation will seo the ex haustion of our natural resources of 11 and gas," tho president declares, "and such a rise in the price of coal as will make tho cost of electrically trans roitted water power a controlling factor in transportation, manufacturing and household lighting and heating." That this warning is not untimely is evidenced by figures taken from tho last census report: in 1902, 297,157,554 long tons of coal were mined in this country. It is estimated that close to half a bil lion tons were rained and consumed last year. And in addition to that used, the geological survey experts estimate that through careless mining methods more than 200,000,000 tons of coal aro wasted every year. Greedy monopoly, eager for quick profits, takes out only tho coal that Is best and most easily mined, leaving al most half of the supply hurled under the mines' debris forever. In the same spirit our great forests have been swept away only the best timber cut for the market and the rest ruthlessly bumed. The time is bound to come and it is not far distant when the plentiful water power of the country will be at a premium. Already, all through the states of New England and tho middle west, old mill ponds are being repaired and used to generate electric power. A large percentage of the small vil lages now supplied with electricity se cure their power from water. Dairymen all over tho country aro harnessing the streams that run through their meadows and pastures, and gene rating electricity for their lighting, heating, churning and even tho milking. The development of large water pow ers for the cities is tho greatest ccon- omv the industrial world has over known, and the saving to the man in the country in doveloped power from . the small stroams is Just as great in proportion. Water was man's first and simplest source of power, and having moved around the great cycle of ingenious mechanism, he la returning to it as his last and best. Water power is one element that man INJUNCTIONS AGAINST CAPITAL Labor, which frequently complains that it is the only subject of court in junctions, should not forget to tabulato one excoption tho gas companion of New York city. After tho supreme court decision was recorded the Consolidated, tho company against which it was directed by name, began accopting eigh ty cents per thousand for gas. But six of its subsidiary companies, of whose stock it owns from soventy- flvo per cent to all, still demanded the dollar rate. They had "never heard of such a decision." Like the small boy and tho snowball, it had "never tcched them." But as soon as an injunction against their charging the higher rate was asked it was granted. It is possibly too much to expect such a corporation as the Consolidated to be genuinely honest; but It is no longer unusual for the courts to compel them to move along that way. Nor is it tho fault of the courts that this is not more often so. As In this instance, most people would rather pay the extra twenty cents, amounting in a month on the average to not over a dollar, than to undertake the intermin able delays and countless expense of a race in court against such an aggrega tion of money.. It takes money to fight money and' in this fact the ages have not made much change; it always did, has and will. Even the socialist in his heaven would find himself faced by the indif ference or Insolence of the physical rep resentative of popular ownership. And so the contest will go on be tween tho organized and entrenched few and the scattered many until the earth is peopled with angels, and those days come of plain living and high thinking, of which we now hear chiefly from those who practice their simplicity in homes of luxury and their high thinking upon the multitude. "COUSIN 'BILL'." If one were seriously Inclined to keep one's eyes off the Empire state of the south nowadays, ono could not, and, in deed, ono would not, perhaps if one could it being restful to the oyes and worth the consumption of gray matter incident to tho accomplishment of thu vision. Where the president sits at tho national table, to be sure, is the head thereof, but vherc tho president-elect sits is a mighty good second, to say the least of it, and that is the thing that stimulates tho efforts of our optical equipment Dixioward just now. It is evident enough to the most cas ual observer that tho genial Ohioan has met the southern peoplo a good half way In their tender of friendship and loy alty, and what each party to the argu ment has thus far said to the other ap pears to have been highly satisfactory and beyond criticism. Even in the mat ter of politics, the south and its dis tinguished guest have met on equitable and mutually pleasing ground in some respects at least in so far as future federal appointments are concerned; for, whereas the rpcsident-elect does not promise to give the offices to domocrats, ho does promise not to give them to persons obnoxious or displeasing to the people among whom they are to serve, and that is the very next best thing in the south's philosophy. And so, having tried Mr. Taft in tho open court of public opinion, free from the misapprehensions of campaign strife and partisan thunder, and found him guilty of being all right In the first degree, Georgia has sentenced him to be known henceforth thereabout as "Cousin 'Bill'," with all the rights, prerogatives, perquisites, honors, and emoluments thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining now and forever, world without end, amen I It Is the seal supremo of Cracker affection and fraternal acknowledgment. Thoy havs found an "old and prominent family" that is closely related to Mr. Taft, and as every "old and prominent fam ily" in Georgia Is closely related to every other "old and prominent fam ily" in the state, Mr. Taft is therefore kin to everybody who is anybody down there, together and singular, the' which contention every "old and prominent family" shall and will warrant and un f ilteringly dofend without tho least hes itation, mental reservation, or evasion 'of mind in them whatsoever. I Tfiere are three degrees of nobility in 'Georgia: Mr., CoL, and "Cousin." THE VALUE OF WATERWAYS Tho latest report of tho inland water ways commission contains so much in formation boaring upon the futuro pros perity of tho country that it is a doc ument that might woll bo. road by every American citizen. As wo havo heard roccntly that tho bottermont of Amer ican roads would bo sure to result in an enormous incroaao in tho incomo of the fanner by reducing tho cost of car rying his produco to market, so, too, the inland waterways commission shows that a larger use of water transporta tion would be ono of the most notable economies .that could be effected. It is computed that If the work of water way improvement should bo so organ ized, and planned as to call for an ex penditure of $50,000,000 a year for a period of ten years, the not result would bo an anual saving of not less than $250,000,000 In the cost of transporta tion; tho prevention of flood damage to the extent of $150,000,000; tho saving of $25,000,000 in forest fires and $75, 000,000 in cheapened water power; and in increase of farm productiveness of no less than' $500,000,000. Tho commis sion cstimatos that thero would bo a gain In these economies each year that tho plan was in working order a gain of twenty times as much as tho original expenditure. Of course, if tho plan of the inland waterways commission is only partly carried out, tho gain is s'io to be smaller; but still it seems thst'tho carrying out of any part of it 'would Insure a handsome return on the money invested. Part of tho plan outlined is the establishment of huge reservoirs in many places. The water saved here could be used not only for pqwer pur poses, but could also be made to regu late the flow of small streams, as well as to improve navigable conditions in other rivers. It would seem that in a great many places where water-power plants were once established these havo fallen into disuse. In Maine, where there were a great number of small water-power plants, since these havo been discontin ued the flow of the upper streams has becomo much moro irregular, the reason being the doing away of tho ponds used by the water-power plants, which were, In fact, small reservoirs in which was held back the water for use in a dry season. It cannot fall to be interesting, also, to learn from the report of the inland waterways commission that the people of the United States pay for tho trans portation of the merchandise they re quire about one-fourth of the value of that merchandise, which, compared with the transportation charges in other countries, is far too much. And so we are told that the Improvement of the inland waterways is bound to result in a material reduction of this execssivo cost, to the great advantage of both the manufacturer and his customers. These are pdtent facts for the consid eration of congress, where any economy that affects so largely tho prosperity of many people should be a prime inducement Another thing. that makes congress H angry Is tho presidential insistence that his real big game hunting has by no means commenccfd yot. Another thing that must have plcasod Mr. Taft immensely nowhere he has been lately has ho been greeted by a brass band playing "M g T h G a." Shifting Slugs Bohemia has ceased to exist in tho Parin Latin quarter, according to Alfred Capus, the playwright. If only parents knew the importance of aiding in upbuilding tho character of their children. They clothe and feed them and send them to school, and too many parents think their duty accomp lished in this. ACCURATE Teacher How thick, is the earth? Johnny Jones Eight thousand miles and six inches. Teacher How do you get the six inches, Johnny? Johnny Jones Bocauso six inches of snow fell last night. A PRACTICAL VIEW Uncle Huhl You get your money easy $100 for a two-hour concert. Pianist Nephew Ah, but I get noth ing for practicing. Uncle By George, you missed it by not being a doctor. My definition of "drooping lashes" would bo a cat o' nine tails in repose. The Brooklyn bridge was opened for traffic May 24, 1883. It has afforded pas3ago to moro than the world's pop ulation In 25 years, and expert engi neers have Just declared it as service able as on its first day of usefulness. Many a fellow gets a skate on who was never In a rink In his life. Self-conceit is something that others would rather destroy in you than rob you of. HARPING ON ONE THEME "Scrlbblairo writes a great many things that play on the heait strings of tho people." "Yes, he seems to think that every body's heart is a ball of twine " STILL IT WAS HONEST TOIL "How arc Yeoman's two sons get ting along?" "Oh, one is still a hewer of wood and tho other still a drawer of atcr." "But I heard that they had taken up art-' 'To be sure. One Is a wood carver and the other sketches marine scenes. " A word from Josh Wise: "When a girl finds it hard to blush nhe should not lay on the powder so thick." It isn't always the fellow with the most prominent features wno has the most cheek. During the last year tho exports of this country have grown greatest in the items of cars, carriages and automo- biles. MATCHING HER SLIM FIGURE "Of all things, Agnes, a dachshund for a pet?" "Tush, Annette, he's an accessory to the hipless style." Ours is a Careful Laundry Perhaps yon are not satisfied with having your laundry work done at home or by your present laun dryman. If such Is the case don't get iiscouraged, but give us a trial, aa wo aim to satisfy and pleaso each of our customers. Just phone 461, and we wili have our wagon call. WHITE WAGONS, WHITE WORK, WHITE TREATMENT. Arizona Steam Laundry 750 NORTH BROAD ST. BENJ. J. BARRON Auditor and Expert Accountant P. O. Box 336 GLOBE, ARIZONA Business Solicited From Any Place in Arizona and New Mexico GREAT COST SALE Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods Being sold at ACTUAL COST! Now is the time to buy! Don't wait! Buy today! MARK KOCHEVAR 687 N. Broad St. WE DO IT RIGHT-TRY OS City Lot Surveying, Blue Printing. Mines Sampled and Assay Plan Made. Umpire and Control Assays. VAN WAGENEN & HEWES ' Engineering and Assaying B. r. VAN WAGENEN The New Customer We make old customers ont of new ones, and rarely lose either. This is because they are SATIS FIED CUSTOMERS and WE KEEP THEM SATK3FIED. They aro satisfied bocauso we do horseshoeing and carriage repair ing as i.t should bo done. Horses called for and delivered. BAILEY & SON PHONE 2281 President Roosevelt told the members of the American-Irish society tho other day that he is proud of his Irish blood. He need not bo reluctant in bragging about the strain. It is the dominant one in his make-up. Somo of those lately rampant con gressmen who were going to do all sorts of things to "Uncle Joe" may be said to have been a trifle "disingen ious" with their constituents last sum mer, too, we think. The fight on tuberculosis is becoming faster and more furious. All thinking people who wish tho raco well should take a hand and help exterminate the white plague, more menacing than war. President Roosevelt estimates that eleven corporations directly or indirect ly control water power and advantag eous sites equal to more than a third of all the developed water power in th' These may properly be listed: Positive, oannot waste.. But he can monopollzeycomparative and superlative. Upon jt, i rresiaent-eieci xniv an inree navo Doen Conferred, the latter, naturally, swal lowing the lesser. And wo do not know out that the conquest of Dixie has thereby been duly and truly consummated. A Boston woman has knitted three pairs of socks for the president, pre sumably to wear on his South African tripv This Js sending coals to Newcastle. "Work, poace, and progress" has been adopted as the official motto of rehabilitated Turkey. Now if Turkey will only observe the substance as well as the form of that. Rank Foolishness "When attacked by si cough or a cold, orw hen your throat is sore, it is rank foolinhncM to take any other medicine than Dr. King's New Dis covery," snyi 0. O. Kldridgt. of Eio piro, Ga. "I have used New Discovery seven years and I; know it is the best remedy on earth for coughs and, colds, croun, and all throat and lung trou bles. My children are subject to croup, but New Discovery quickly cures cicry attack." Known the world over as the King of throat and lung remedies. Sold under guarantee at Palace Pharmacy drug store. SO cand $1.00. Trial bot tie Itee. DR. P. B. CALER DENTIST 285 N. BROAD STREET Over Palace Pharmacy. MISS ELSA CORY, B. A. Private Pupils in All Common Branches P. O. Box 107, Qlobo. Ariz. Silver Belt wants your job printing. Mrs. James Hubbard toul Mrs. Jones that Jim never growls sinco she uses Folger's Golden Gate Coffee. Her gro cer grinds it lor her. Group positively stopped in twenty minutes, with Dr. Shoop's Croup Reme dy. One test alone will surely prove this truth. No vomiting, no distress. A safe and pleasing syrup 50c. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. For a rubber tired outfit, just phone the 0. K. 481. Pinal Dairy ABSOLUTELY PURE MILK Quality and Richness All Pre served in All Milk Bold. Wa DO NOT ROB THE MILK To Make Butter. Inspection Invited. Tests Furnished on Requnt. GIBSON BROS. Phono 2153. Box- 731. It has been suggested that tho water wagon has como to be a sort of "com mon carrier." Perhaps that's why so many people show a disposition to jump on it nowadays. "When a woman doesn't care a straw if she Is caught in a rainstorm, it indi cates that she has no drug store com plexion," says the Chicago Record-Herald. 'It does among other things. A New Y6rk butcher who recently married a woman worth a million lias gone back to selling beef. What's a mere million to a man with beef to sell? "The south has won me," said Mr. Taft, recently. Perhaps Dixie sized him up for the nation's one best bet" THE CmZENB' BANK OF GLOBE IS NOW RECEIVINO THE MARKET QUOTATIONS BY WIRE AND IS PREPARED TO EXECUTE YOUR OR DERS PROMPTLY FOR THE PUR CHASE OR SALE OF STOCKS, AND CONTINUES TO TRANSACT A GEN ERAL BANKHra BUSINESS. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. S. F. SULLENBEROER, PRESIDENT. Small rugs 75c ana up. Art squares $4 up to $40. Grass rugs $11 and up. McNeil's Furniture storW. If your Stomach, Heart or Kidneys are weak, try at least, n few doses only of Dr. Shoop's Restorative. In five or ten days only tho result will sur prlso you. A few cents will cover the cost. And hero is why help comes so quickly. Dr.. Shoop doesn't drug the Stomach, nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. Dr. Shoop's Bcstoratlvo goes directly to the weak ahd failing nerves. Each organ has its "own controlling nerve. When this nerve fails the de pending organs "must of necessity fal ter. This plain, yefc vital truth, clearly tells why Dr. Stiodp's Restorative fr so universally successful. Its .success is leading druggists' everywhere to give it universal preference. A test will sorely1 tell.' 'Sold by Talace Pharwacy. We Do Laundering as it Should be Done We guaranteo our work to pleaso yon. All we ask is a trial. Our wagon will call. Phone 1481. Globe Steam Laundry FELAND BROS., Props. Downtown Office, Owl Club Cigar Stand. Try a Want Ad in the Silver Belt Indigestion Stomach tronbto is but a irmptoxs of. and net i itielf a truo disease. Wa think ot DriMDHi. Heartburn, and Indigestion as real dlseasos, yet they aro symptom Kerre slcknest not! they aro symptoms only ot a certain specula m Eiecncsj nomine eu It wu toll fact that first correctly led Dr. Snoot at eue. fir In tha creation of that now Terr Donular Btoroac Bwnedy Dr. Shoop's BestoratlTS. Going direct to the stomach norres. alone brought that tucct-t 2D ana bis llestoroUTO. wur out that original and highly vital principle, n meh lastlna acconinliihtnenti wen ever to b bad. For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, bad hreath and ssllojr complexion, trr Sr. Shoop's Restorative Tablets or Lirold aa see lov your, self what It oaa and will do. We asU and cms rally rseorwnesid Dr. Shoop's Restorative : TOE PALACE PHARMACY. U. S. Mineral Surreyot. O. E. HEWES Suite 26, Globe OSes Building -THE- GLOBE NATIONAL BANK Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $5,N0.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS W. A. HOLT, President PATRICK ROSE, Vice-President E. M. WHITE, Vice-President A. G. SMITH, CassHr A. W. SYDNOR JOHN J. KBEGAN FRED C. GRIFFIN C. M. CUSHMAN, Assistant Cashier Drafts drawn on all parts of the World Your Business Solicited The New Models 10 and II cSS(lawn?rSg Hf ington Constitute an epoch-making advance In the yregreaiT dereispsat of the typewriter These new models combin all the t amous Bemingtea qualities with new improTernenta which are a revenues in ksm aaaaoor stjk. ii do mere than supply every demand; they AMTICE?ATB every doauEd of every user of the writing macmae. SOME OF THE NEW FEATURES Kew Single Dog Escapement Now Back Space Key New Column Selector (Model 10) New Variable line Bfacsae UA New Built-in Decimal Tabulator (M.ll)New Shift Lock New Carriage Governor New Paper Feed Rominonn TvneWfiter Comoany, (Incorporated) 117 South Broadway I-OS ANGELES, OAL NEW YOEK AND EVEETWHEEE FAMOUS INDIAN HOT SPRINGS A noted resort lor health and pleasure. Bates, I2.M to $3.00 per dy Twenty minutes ride from Hd Springs Station, Graham couatj Arizona. These wonderful v ters aro recommended, to c rheumatism, gouty dropsy, live kidney and stomach trouble; blood disorders and women's s raents. Beautiful lawns shade trees; large plnngo swimming pool; also fish lake u4 boating, lawn tennis and croquj and swings. Try our wonaent tend sad mineral baths. If T (tV- tritt well. If well, tret nliaeura and rest. Excursion tickets to Ft. Thomas aBd Indian Hot Springs, Satardij and Sunday, return Monday. Boand trip, 18.16. W. E. Linley, M. D., a prominent physician, is located permanent. at the Springs. ALEXANDER BROTHERS. Postoffice, Fort Thomas, ArisKH Mfl I K II 7X3 Jtr ffilJsssHsW igHCsfir iCtfBsasls3BrssssBaMBw 11 ' !& i mi The Globe Commercial Co, PHONE 221 WE WANT YOUR TRADE m,. nnaiitv if tronrtu carried bv ua can always be depended en. W and sell the best, .and handle only such qualities as will appeal u W of "good things to eat." We have accommodating slema. Our solicitors are competent. We make prompt deliveries. Open an aocount with us today, and we will both be wisuer. TELEPHONE 221 Guarantee Paint Co. PAINTING PAPERING We guarantee work and material first-class. Carriage painting, glazing; and pic ture framing a specialty. Corner Devereaux and Cottonwood Phone 1625. Satisfaction or Be sosey Wiley E. Jones Thos. E. W JONES & JrLANNI ATTORNCYS AT UK SUITE 46-8 TRUST BH &mA brakoa nfnira to be AaasWfchl- Nnt via to $ s9eaW clMMr. w