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THE DAiiaSILVER BELT
THE SILVER BELT PUBLISHING Ca
II. H. IHENEB H. 0. HOLDSWORTH
OFFIOIAIi NEWSPAPER OF THE COUNTS- OP GILA
OFFIOIAIi NEWSPAPER OP THE CITY OP GLOBE
SUBSCRIPTION RATES STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
Daily, by mail, ono year $7.50
Daily, by mail, six months 4.00
Daily, by carrier, six months 4.00
Daily, by carrior, ono month 75
Weekly, ono year 2.50
Weekly, six months v- 1-25
MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS
Entered at tho postoffico in Globe, Ariz., as second-class mail.
union(Mabel
The Silver Belt has a larger paid circula
tion than any daily newspaper in the world
mblished in a city with 12,000 or less popu-ation.
DAILY AEIZONA SILVER BELT
Sunday, April 10, 1910
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Ah, when shall all men's good
Be each man's rule, and universal peace
Lie like a shaft of light across the land,
And like a line of beams athwart the sea,
Through all the circle of the golden gear?
Tenngson.
THE PASSING OF THOMAS F. WALSH
Tho death of Thomas F. Walsh, tho well
known mining man, will cast a deep shadow of
sorrow in every locality where the precious
metal minor may have taken up abode. Mr.
Walsh was not only a king among mining men,
hut a king among the better classes of all men.
His worth was not to be measured by the im
mense size of the fortune he had accumulated
during his lifetime, further than the good uses
which he made of his money and the sunshine
it brought where shadows and clouds had cast
their gloom and accompanying misery. His
death has removed from the world an unusual
figure and the sombre of tho bier of this after
noon will bring gloom- to many a home where
the warmth of Mr. Walsh's generosity in the
past has brought comfort.
To the mining world, in the common accept
ance of the term, the loss will be keenly felt, as
Mr. Walsh had great faith in tho mineral wealth
of the country and stood ready at all times, with
money and unquostioned ability, to assist in the
development of the country's mineral wealth.
But in this regrettable death, the working miner,
the man underground with tle uncertain tallow
dip lighting the way of the pick, drill and shovel
to fortune or to disappointment, the loss is still
greater. In comparative poverty Mr. Walsh was
a friend to the miner; in great wealth he was
not only toil's friend, but the champion and
advocate of labor's lull rights. It "was not a
change of heart after wealth was his and he
could affoid to be liberal, but it was wealth that
made possible the bursting of the bud into the
full and fragrant roso of righteousness, justice
and love.
When the miners of Colorado lined up to bat
tle for the eight-hour day, Thomas F. Walsh,
then a great mine owner and the employer of
lmndrcds of men, insisted that the eight-hour
day be granted, and by the aid of his great
wealth and iufluenco it was granted and the
eight-hour working day not alone to the miner,
but to workers in all callings, stands as a law in
many of tho states of tho union.
This feeling for the rights and comforts of
labor did not start nor stop in the eight-hour
day innovation. Mr. Walsh always had a care
for the comforts of the employed. After open
ing his great Camp Bird mine in Ouray, Colo
rado, he erected for the use of his men, not a
boarding nor bunk house, but a palatial hotel
steam heated, electric lighted, carpeted rooms;
provided Avitli good beds, a fine billiard and
pool hall, reading and writing rooms, private
baths and what not that you would expect to
find in a first-class hostelry ; and the cost of liv
ing at the Camp Bird was no greater than at the
mines where the accommodations for men were
of a questionable nature. The family of a work
man who met with accident or death in the
Walsh mines was never permitted to suffer
the little fatherless tots received the same bright
toys maybe on a more elaborate scale than
before the father was taken; there was a home
for tho widow and a substantial guarantee
against suffering. The Walsh gifts were heart
gifts there was a total absence of show or os
tentation and the great majority of his philan
thropies will never be known only to. the bene
ficiaries. Prior to fifteen years ago Mr. Walsh was a
humble prospector, searching the romantic
mountains of the silvery San Juan for tho hid
den treasure. In conjunction, and perhaps as
an aid to this quest, he operated a small assay
office in the little town of Silverton. One after
noon an old-prospector entered his office with a
sack of ore upon which he wished a test. Tn run
ning over the pieces of rock Mr. Walsh discov
ered some carrying rich gold values. An assay
showed something like $400 in gold. When the
old prospector returned he was given tho report,
but expressed a lack of confidence in the possi
bilities of the San Juan as a gold-producing
section. No argument could convince him dif
ferently. Learning that his patron had no inten
tion of retracing his steps, Mr. Walsh learned
from him that the specimens had been picked up
in the Imogene basin in Ouray county. A few
days' search and Mr. "Walsh came upon an
abandoned tunnel. lie examined tho formation
and then tho dump. Better specimens than were
brought to him were found in great quantities.
The ledge matter in the tunnel gave still more
promising ore and several assays revealed min
eral of fabulous richness and gave to the coun
try one of its greatest gold producers. It is es
timated that the mine has produced $4,000,000
annually since its equippage. About ten years
ago tho Venture company of London paid Mr.
Walsh $17,000,000 for an interest in the prop
erty. Since transferring an interest in the Camp
Bird, Mi Walsh has made his winter home in
Washington, D. C, and has spent his summers
at Wolhurst, a beautiful piece of property near
Denver, which he purchased from the estate of
the late Senator Edward Wolcott. He has often
been urged to run for governor of Colorado and
to represent that state in tho senate of tho
United States, but ho steadfastly refused, pre
fering to devote his time and money to the do
velopment of the mining resources of his adopt
ed state.
Thomas F. Walsh was a great man ; his great
ness flowing in soothing streams from a heart
constantly beating for his fellowmen.
Whatever you see to do that really doesn't
concern you, don't do it.
Just now it looks like a lot of Pittsburgers
won't be homo during the spring house cleaning,
We heard a man whistling in a local dentist's
office the other day. It was the dentist's assist
ant.
. There seems to be little of.comfort in the elec
tion returns for either prohibitionists or republicans.
The El Paso Times asserts that cold water is
an asset. Bather the sequel to the ice man's as
sets out here in Arizona.
Talk about "launching on the matrimonial
sea." Mr. Waters and Miss Deep were recently
married in Albuquerque.
Lamb chops are seasonable all right, but
about the nearest some of us come to them is to
look sheepish when tho price per pound is
quoted.
Down in New York the other day a Mr. Swift
married a Miss Hurry. A rather hasty mar
riage, but then according to the old proverb they
can repent at their leisure.
If those Egyptian nationalists only knew Col
Rooseveltas well as we do over here, they would
at leastvhave waited until he is safely out of
the country before they start to call him nam'es
An Alabama man stood six trials for murder
and was allowed to leave the state under a prom
ise never to return. He sure must have been
entitled to something after all those trials
either his freedom or the noose.
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR
Bed hair is good for fifty generations.
The best get-rich-quick scheme is to marry it.
There's nothing more expensive than having
children, and that's why everybody does.
The first woman a man makes love to he's
worried for fear she won't believe him; the
next ones he's scared to death for fear they will.
The average man is so self satisfied about his
understanding imblic affairs that he will decide
a thing is unconstitutional when ho has never
read a line of the Constitution.
It'is sometimes easier to give in than to keep
up the argument.
It's easy for a man to get married if he looks
good to a young widow.
The wise farmer makes hay while hogs are
selling at $11 a hundredweight.
If a man has money to burn, the rest of us
try to make light of his fortune.
One kind of curiosity is a small boy with two
grandmothers who isn't spoiled.
And some men spend so much time hustling
that they haven't time to accomplish anything.
The wise man makes tracks toward the cellar
when the barometer indicates a brainstorm.
The party who dubbed women tho "gentle
sex," evidently never witnessed a bargain
counter rush.
Anyway, tho wife of a worthless man is pret
ty well qualified to pose as chairman of a griev
ance committee.
We don't think any too much of a woman who
wears silk stockings while hei husband sports
cotton socks with holes in them
The wise man puts his trust in Providence,
but he doesn't meander along the street hunt
ing holes for Providence to pull him out of.
Some men go to their graves, without discov
ering that they were not as important as they
thought they were.
REDEWILL WORD CONTEST
How Many Words Can You Make'Out of the Name
" REDEWILL "
Grand ?
PIANO S
$200.00 COLUMBIA CABINET
PHONOGRAPH Second Prize.
$125.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next two high
est contestants.
$115.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next three high
est contestants.
$105.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next four high
est contestants.
$95.00 Certifica
est contestants.
ito of Credit to each of
est contestants.
next five high-
$85.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next six high
est'eontestants. $75.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next seven high
est contestants.
$65.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next eight high
est contestants.
$55.00 Certificate of Creo.it to each of next nine high
, est contestants.
$15.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next ten high-
"jWest contestants.
$15.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next one hundred
highest contestants.'
150 prizes in all of a retail valuation of $0,340.
This is the result of a special advertising appropria
tion allowed us by factories which wo represent to
bring tho factory dealer in closer touch with the
customer.
THE JUDGES OF THIS CONTEST WILL BE THE
CASHIERS OF THE FOUR PHOENIX BANKS
Tho Certificates of Credit are as good as cash nd
will bo accepted at their full faco valuo in our piano
department in part payment on tho purchase of any of
tho regular lines of pianos carried in stock by tho Redo
will Music Company.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ENTERING THE 'REDE
WILL" WORD CONTEST
There is nor catch. Every ono has equal oppor
tunity for winning tho highest prize. However, if
there should bo a tio between two prize-winning con
testants, tho one submitting the neatest and most
artistic copy willjio given tho higher award. The fol
lowing rules must bo observed:
1. Only ono answer allowed from ono family.
(Combino your efforts.)
2. Words must contain not less than two letters
nor more than eight letters.
3. Use each letter of tho namo Redcwill only once,
except letters "o" and "1," which may bo used twice
in "tho samo word.
4. Only words from the English language will bo
counted. No proper names, loreign quotations or ob
solete words will bo counted.
5. Completo your list as soon as possible; address
it as follows: "Manager Eedewill Word Contest, care
Uedewill Music Co., Phoenix." Send by mail or deliver
in person. No replies will be received after 0 p. m.,
Tuesday, April 12th.
G. Tho following coupon must be filled out COM
PLETELY and pinned or pasted on top of your list.
Unless this is done no attention will be paid to your list.
NOTE: No member of tho Redcwill Music Co. or
employe will bo allowed to cuter this contest.
FORM 21. COUPON
I HEREWITH SUBMIT! MY
LIST OF WORDS FOR THE
"REDEWILL" WORD CON
TEST: Name
Street and No
Town or City
P. O. Address :
Number of words made out of the
name 'Redcwill' ' according to
rules
Have you an Upright or Square
Piano or Organ? State which.
BASE BALL
Second Game "COPPER HILL"
Sunday, April 10
AT
HIGH SCHOOL PARK
Globe vs. Copper Hill
Game Called at 2:30 O'clock
An exciting game is expected. Copper Hill
has been materially strengthened by Basquet,
who has beed taken from Globe. Locals are in
fine shape. DON'T MISS THIS GAME.
A PARTICULAR SERVICE FOR
PARTICULAR PEOPLE
They arc pleased with our
laundry work tho rest of course.
Systematic, thorough, painstak
ing work enables us to get your
laundry work out tho day wo
promiso it, and its quality is
guaranteed. Give us a trial or
der. You'll not regret it.
Arizona Steam Laundry
PHONE 389
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Building estimates
promptly furnished
Work guaranteed
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P. 0. Box 14
Phone 1181
DR. H. H. SCHELL
Arizona's Leading
Optician,
TUCSON, ARIZONA
Bend broken glasses to be repaired or
duplicated. Next visit to Globe in
February
When you
drink
Drink the
best
We serve it
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Liquors and
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The Finest Rewt in Globe
Popular with all classes winter
and summer. Refreshments of
all kinds. Choice cigars, wlnts
and liquors.
ANHEUSER-BUSCH BEER
ALWAYS ON DRAUGHT.
Cool dining room In connec
tion. Regular meals and cold
lunches at all hours. Order fox
provate dinners In advance.
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