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E. T. Stewart,
When you insure your property, do so
with those who, when they ha.ve writ
ten your Policy you will have no
trouble to collect for your loss. We
have over twenty of the best companies
represented in Globe, and KNOW how
to attend to your wants. "
We also do a general Abstract business and when
you get an Abstract of Title from us you can rest
assured that it is a correct one. And so acknowl
edged by the leading business men of Globe.
We do a general JReal Estate, Loan and
Bond business. If you have property
for sale or rent tell us your wants, and
we will attend to them promptly.
J. C. PHILLIPSON I
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SHORT STORIES OF THE CITY
Guild Meeting. Tho Ladies of St.
John's Episcopal, church will met at
. the residenco of Mrs. H. C. Holdsworth,
12S South High street, Friday at 3
Supervisors in Session. Tho county
supervisors woro convoncd in regular
session yesterday. All members woro
present. Tho day was spent in read
justing tax assessments, chiefly pertain
, ing to footage, and in auditing tho bills
against tho county. Tho board will bo
in session again today.
A Part Payment. Tho Old Dominion
paid this week taxes amounting to
something over $15,000, which covers
its equipment, but not tho mining prop
Ablo to Bo Out. Oscar Felton, pat
rolman in North Globe, who was recent
ly shot through tho leg, is ablo to be
out again, but will not resume his du
ties for a week or so.
Never Misses a Queue. Charles T.
Connell, immigration and Chinese in
spector, with headquarters at Douglas,
arrived in the city last evening on offi
cial business. Mr. Connell is the real
thing when it jcomes to trailing celes
tials who aro illegally in this country
and during the past six months has been
corralling them in wholcsalo lots.
Buy Bank Exchange. Sanders broth
ers, who for sonlo timo past havo con
ducted tho Cowboy salpon, West Push
and Broad streets, yesterday closed a
deal whereby they como into possession
of Charles Nesbitt's Bank Exchange
saloon, which includes only tho stock
and good will. Mr. Ncsbitt rotnins
ownership of tho fixtures and building.
Ten-pound Boy. Mr. and Mrs. Tom
C. Foster, East Oak street, aro tho par
ents of a ten-pound boy, who arrived
yesterday morning. Mother and child
aro doing nicely and dad is scttin' 'cm
up to all his friends.
Los Angeles, whoro ho is making his
CEMETERY LOT TOR DOGS
Ponnsylvanian's Will Provides for His
Pots Being Intorred in Gravoyard
PITTSBURG, Pa., November 12. C.
C. Millor, who died at Long Branch sov-
oral weeks ago, loft a peculiar will,
which was filed in the Allegheny count
court today. Millor had been n resident
of this city and a cottago ownor at
In tho will ho provides that a full
sized burial plot bo purchased in tho
Long Branch cemetery, and on the
death of his dogi, Trinklo and Pat,
they shall bo interred in tho plot, and
tho plot shall bo kept in ordor the same
as his own.
Mr. and Mrs. LoRoy Scholl havo re
turned from a six weeks' visit in tho
east and havo gono out to Crowley,
whoro Mr. Scholl is superintendent of
tho Arizona National.
Mrs. W. H. Sullivan leaves today for
Willows, Cal., eighty miles north of
Sacramento, to remain this winter. Mr.
Sullivan will loavo hero December 10.
E. J. Gunglo will leave this morning
for Tucson and Huachuca.
D. W. Wickersham, head of tho firm
of Solomon & Wickersham, and one of
tho prominent business men of tho ter
ritory, arrived in tho city last evening
from Safford. Ho camo recently from
MISSOURI IS TRYING TO
OUST HARVESTER COMPANY
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Novcmbor
12. Tho attorney gonoral today insti
tuted quo warranto proceedings in tho
supremo court for tho ouster of tho In
ternational Harvester Company of
America for alleged violation of the
anti-trust law in Missouri. Tho com
pany is a Milwaukee) corporation.
$14,000 IN BONDS STOLEN
Brokerage rinu Reports Theft from
Customer of Railroad Securities
NEW YORK, November 12. Notico
was sent out today from tho offices of
Wasserman Brothers, brokers, 42 Broad
way, to the effect that the following
securities havo been stolen:
Eight $1,000 Erie first consolidated
gonoral lien fours, duo 1990, Nos. 8.17G,
8377, 25431, 20779, 30310, 21053, 21057,,
and six Oregon Short Lino Railroad
company refunding fours, duo 1919, reg
istered as principal only, their numbers
being 13040, 13105, 13100, 37,774, 37745
Tho notico warns all persons from
negotiating tho securities. At the main
office of tho Wasserman firm this after
noon it was said that the bonds had
been stolen from a customer.
IF DEFENDANT FAILS
TO PRODUCE SHARES
HE WANTS DAMAGES
Claiming that the Gila Valloy Bank &
Trust company failed to comply with
the stipulations of a contract made in
May, 1905, O. II. Stnrr has brought suit
against tho company in tho district
In his complaint Starr alloges that
in May, 1905, ho arrungod with the
bank for tho purchase of a certain num
bor of shares in tho Shannon Copper
company. Ho assorts that ho paid over
to tho bank $750 for the purchase of
tho stock and $12.50 additional in tho
shape of a commission for the sorvices
to bo porformod. Ho further chnrges
thut tho dofondant has failed to deliver
the stock to him and has also refusod
to refund tho money. Ho now sues for
tho delivery of tho stock; and, in do-
fault, for $1,000 damages for tho in
creased valuo of tho shares, for reason
able damages and for $703 with inter
est. Thomas E. Flannigan represents
HARRIMAN TELLS WHY
HE SHOULDN'T ANSWER
NEW YORK, November 12. Tho rea
sons given by Harriman why ho should
not answer certain questions put during
tho investigation by tho intejstato com-
morco commission aro sot forth in a
brief filed by former Judge Lovott,
counsoi for Hnrrinian. Tho proceedings
biought by tho commission to compel
Harriman to answer is to come up bc
foro Judgo Hough of the fedoral circuit
court tomorrow. Tho principal point in
tho brief is tho acts concerning which
Harriman was questioned did not relate
to tho intoijatato commerce nor to a vio
lation of jho interstate connnorco act,
but is designed to compel a disclosure
by him of transactions for which, "had
tlioy taken place, neither tho commis
sion nor the congress of tho United
States could afford a constitutional remedy."
TWO DEAD AS THE
RESULT OF A SHOOTING
OVER A HOMESTEAD
ROSEBURG, Ore., November 12.
Hiram Shook and Manse Kincaid lie
dead and Lewis Pinchotto has a bul
lot in his shoulder as tho result of a
gun fight with two brothers named Car
lisle in tho little mountain valley along
Yellow creek, fiftocn miles west of
Oakland, Ore. Tho trouble resulted
from a dispute over a homestead. The
Carlisle brothers aro under arrest. In
a statement they assert that the shoot
ing was in sclf-dofonse.
JACK DAVIS IS HELD
ON CONTEMPT CHARGE
GOLDFIELD, Nov., November 12.
"Diamondfield" Jack Davis, tho well
known mine operator, was arraigned bc-
foro Judge Lanagan today charged with
contempt of court. It is alleged in an
affidavit swotn to by Theodore Tibiah,
tho principal witness for tho stato in
tho Gibson murder trial, that Davis at
tempted to intimidate him and threat
ened bodily injury for the testimony
given by Tobinh. The case was con
tinued until tomorrow.
WEDDING TOLLOWS DIVORCES
Former Virginian, Who Lost Suit, Mar
ries woman Who Won Hers
WILLED PALACE TO STATE
Prince Strozzi Left Famous Structure to
FLORENCE, Italy, November 12.
Announcement is mado that Princo
Pioro Strozzi, who died "hero a few days
ago, has loft to tho sato tho eclcbrnted
Tho palace was begun in 1489 by
Benedetto Da Majano for. Filippo
Strozzi, tho adversnry of tho Medici,
but -was not completed until 1553. It
represents tho most perfect development
of tho Florentine palatial stylo of art.
There aro threo imposing facades and
a handsome court. Tho corner lanterns
aro among the finest specimens of Ital
ian ironwork of tho period. Many old
famous works of art were in the palace,
but were sold in 1878 and taken to
TWO MEET DEATH IN
A TRAGEDY AT SEA
SEATTLE, Wash., November 12.
The steamship Indianapolis on the So
attlo-Tncoma line, ran down a cutter
from tho United States survey boat
Explorer today in a heavy fog. Two
men, Joseph Van Lovett and tho cngin
ccr of tho launch, Georgo Stewart, of
tho survoy boat, were drowned.
This Is Change Day
Two big vaudevillo acts.
Two beautiful moving pictures.
Now illustrated songs.
At tile Iris tonight.
Don't fail to see Royo Brothers in
their comic shooting act tonight at tho
To your horse as well as to yourself,
You ned not suffer from pains of any
sore your horses need not suffer. Try
a bottlo of Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
cures nil pains. J. M. Roberts, Bakors
field, Mo., writes: "I havo used your
liniment for ten years and find it to
bo the best I have over used for man
and beast." Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
Soo the Ponies
A great act at tho Iris tonight. See
ontiro program on page 0.
This Is Ohango Day
Two big vaudevillo acts.
Two beautiful moving pictures.
New illustrated songs.
At tho Iris-tonight.
Shoes for all. Sam Eee's.
I am tho man who will, without extra
chargo, go anywhere in the city to take
an acknowledgment, day 'or night, ruin
or'shino; also draw up deeds, releases,
mortgages and wills at small cost; bug
gy always ready in front of Brown's
store. Phono 441. L. II. Brown, the
notary public. tf
MASK! MASK! MASKI
Masquerade suite and wigs torrent;
masks for salo afternoons, at MrsLaura
Collier's, Maurel hill; also at Mrs. J.
Paxton's, rear of Silver Belt.
Sco tho Ponies
A great act at tho. Iris tonight. Sco
ontiro program on page 0.
Baiting powacr at Uam Kce's; five
pound can for $1.60. Guaranteed satisfactory.
Entire chango of program tonight at
Alfred Benjamin Clothing sold at
Lantin's. A largo stock of boys' and
children's clothing now sold at cost at
Storage room phone G01.
Tho Globe Bank & Savings Co. rc
scrvo is 133 per cent. We pay 4 per
cent on Term Deposits. See us for your
Entiro chango of program tonight at
Want to rent or buy a Remington
typewriter at once. No. 0 preferred.
E. P. VAN VEEN,
Box 752, or Court House.
Building Lot Wanted.
Wanted, for cash, roomy building lot,
preferably in East Globe. Name lowest
price- no tuckering. Address rjpot
Cash, Silver Bolt office.
Theaters on Iris circuit: Bisbce,
Globe, Moreno; Nogales, Tucson, El
Paso and Cananea.
Four Nights Ending Saturday
In a Neat Singing and Dancing Act
In a Now Comedy Skotch
TWO NEW MOVING PICTURES
NEW ILLUSTRATED SONGS
General Admission ' 15c
Reserved seats 25c
First Performance 7:30 p. m.
Second Performance 8:30 p. m.
Sco tho Ponies
A great act at tho Iris tonight. Sco
entire program on pago 0.
Obstinate cases of constipation and
nasty, mean headaches promptly dis
appear when you take DoWitt's Littlo
Early Riser Pills. Sold by Hanna's
Entiro change of program tonight at
tho Alexander. .
Have You a Cough?
A doso of Ballard's Horchound Syrup
will relievo it. Havo you a cold!
Try it for whooping cough, for asth
ma, for consumption, for bronchitis.
Mrs. Joe McGrath, 327 East First street,
Hutchinson, Kan., writes: "I havo
used Ballard's Horchound Syrup in ihy
family for fivo years, and find it the
most palatablo medicine I ever used'"
Sold by Palaco Pharmacy.
CALIFORNIA BANK AT
OAKLAND TAKES A REST
OAKLAND, Cal., November 12. At
tho earnest solicitation of tho Oakland
clearing house tho California bank, D.
Edward Collins, president, failed to
open this morning and will tako advan
tage of tho legal holidays. Tho closing
of William Collins & Son's bank of
Ventura, of which Collins was also
president, is what affected tho Califor
nia. That bank is supposed to owe
enough to tho local institution to em
barrass it merely temporarily.
Gila County Abstract Co.
THE POPULAR AGENCY
"A customer pleased is a cus
tomer forever." Give us a trial
and be convinced.
Gila County Abstract Co., Inc.
Over Brown's Store
CHICAGO. November 12. Announce
ment of tho marriago of Mrs. Edith It.
Charter and George C. Cunningham
marked tho climax of two sensational
divorce cases which stirred Chicago and
Now York society, and a courtship of
long duration, which extended from
New York to Alaska.
When Mr. and Mrs. James A. Charter
separated several years ago, South Side
social circles heard that the husband
had been accused of too much fondnc'ss
for soubrcttes. Mrs. Charter obtained
a divorco and $25,000 cash alimony.
Then she went to Whito Sulphur Springs
in West Virginia, where she met Georgo
C. Cunningham, a consulting engineer.
When Mrs. Charter subsequently went
to Now Orleans, ho followed, pressing
his suit, in spito of 'the fact that ho
had n wifo and family residing in Rich
Mrs. Cunningham, hearing of hor
husband's infatuation for tho bcanti-
ful Chicaco divorcee, changed her rnsi-
denco to Now York, and thorn bopnn
action for a divorce, which sho obtained,
last summer. Meanwhile. Mr. Cnnnintr.
-. --7 . ,. -a
nam went to Alaska, whoro ho superin
tended tho building of tho Guggenheim
milroads. Two weeks ago Mrs. Charter
wont to Seattle, whero sho met Mr.
Cunningham, and they woro married.
HUSBAND SLAYS "BURGLAR"
Don't fail to sco Revo Brothers in
their comic shooting act tonight at tho
710 N. Broad St. Tel. 1711
Headquarters for tho
Gatti Meat Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Will Meet All Prices
Gila Valley Bank & Trust G
Capital $100,000 Surplus $2tj,
DIRECTORS V ''
L. D. Ricketts D. W. Wickersham 7 p
A. T. Thomson H. S. Van Gordt '
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INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS
All Classes of Accounts Invited. Foreign Exchange at I.,,
" A, .M.aw
J. WATT HOGUE JAMES W. HOGDL
President Vico PresideD
(Continued from the last issue of tho Silver h
Counting houso dialogue; "Ripping god fellahs, u
thoso Seven Wise of tho Tribes. An' say, cul, getting
liko taking candy from an infant. We Hash de spiel,
up wid do long green; wo travel de pace, show dem o.
duco dem' to our swell set; they get do fever as dey w
men buy million and billion stock, an' doy bito de bait
over do pond next season to hunt fer do scrsiety of
do pedigree, ancient stock, put on do frills, Miss Aid
huntin' fer do nobility. Wo aro it, sec. Matrimony
Sovcn Wise will bo wiser when do bubblo hits 'an de
treks fer do land of Kibosh, where do stock on do t
funds fer do stock on do board, see!"
' The Home Investment Co.
is in mo rem esiaio uusmess in mo uesi town in me &o , st an J
nuuvv Juab uuuuii iu nuuiv mu vimiciKu uuu juiuciai urces fj
will maKe or uioue a city to uo prouu or. uuying or - ug any
in our jinc, give us a can.
JIM HOGUE, Manager. HOGUE Utility zno Hired :
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Tonight from 7:30 to I0.-30
DRUMMOND'S BRASS BAN
Tho Gatti Meat company is still in
the field to sell butters. Saying nothing
but standing pat against all butters.
Letters Indicate that the Intruder Was
Friend of Wife
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., November lO.
A. J. Detseh, a traveling salesman,
last night shot fivo bullots through tho
door of his bedroom and instantly killed
Henry Fcrrcs, a boarder. Dotsch told
tho police that ho had heard a noise,
and, believing a burglar was outside,
His wife, confronted by letters found
in Fcrrcs" room, tonight admitted, tho
police say, that sho had been friendly
with Fcrres, and that her husband had
found it out.. Sho said ho had bought
tho rovolvor soon after tho discovery.
Last night Fcrres crept through tho hall
to her room. Dotsch was awako, and
as soon as ho heard tho hand on tho
knob, shot through tho door.
Dotsch donicd his wifo's statement.
"I shot tho man because I thought
him a burglar," ho said. "I do not be'
Hovo my wifo would .smirch herself so.
At any rato. I won't allow hor to. 1
will hang before I will lot her dishonor
herself. ' '
JTho police have letters which they
say substantiate her story.
The name of Hanna on a box or bottle
of medicine is positive assurance of purity,
accuracy and reliability.
IT INSURES you getting what the doctor
intended you to have when he wrote your
It rNSURES you getting what you asked
for when you gave your order at the drug
IT INSURES the use of the very highest
quality of drugs compounded into each and
every prescription and every bottle and
package leaving the store.
IT INSURES satisfaction to patient, to
physician and to trained nurse and it pos
itively insures the lowest possible prices
consistent with high quality.
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The H. H. Bru Company, Inl
DEALERS IN LISTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES.
Wiro connections with Boston, Chicago and New York Markets
Bisbce, Duluth, Ishpeining and Calumet curb markets a specialty.
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins
STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSIONS.
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I The Globe Wood & Coal Q
Guarantees to sell you 4-f't
Cedar Wood at the same pn e
you pay elsewhere for 3-foot Wi od
Give us a Trial and be Convinced
THE GLOBE WOOD & COAL CO.
We Will Accept Bank Checks
Peeling the utmost confidence in our
local banks, wo will accept in payment
for Merchandise also in settlement of
bills due us
Local Pay Roll Checks
Local Mining Companies Checks
Savings Bank Books
Our banks aro absolutely sound, Don't
draw your money out. Pay bills by
GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO.
THE "QUALITY" STOEE
GLOBE BOWIE SAFFORD
SOLOMON -WICKERSHAM C(
Wholesale Grocers. Tobacconists and Cigar Dealers
Ask for the AMERICAN or EL SIDELO CIGAR
There are None Better
Did you know that we carry complete lines
Colgate's ) Perfume, Talcum and Fa
rainier s r D ,inn
Roger & Gallet'sJ Powder
And all neccessaries of the toilet? WELL
Havf vnu pvfn incnrf-rl nur line Of .1
n a? ii-;, ,,j." w i ayrv a comp1
stock for the sick room, nothing omitted.
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