Newspaper Page Text
""?!f iff rwr rif; r v.? -$' - .f "-f e ?r .' jp
-- . . . .. j j v . , . . . 1 it Jki .1 ,.j-it A, .MS j W me -j v HMUK
. -'Y!wiTw;5lr.r, .jsf-i v' - " TFM. ,"" vv '- . ' ' T"""L
DAILY ARIZONA. SILVLR BELT
Saturday, November 23, I907I
1 -Page Six '
fr.l"M"H"M"H"M I t M"M'.'M H MM M''i"l"K"t ' H"M"H"t"H
E. T. Stewart,
When you insure your property, do so
.with those who, when they have 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 Real 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
GLOBE MONEY FOR GLOBE MERCHANTS
A Talk for Business Men
The season is approaching; what aro
Tho magazines of tho current month,
.loaded to tho guards with attractive
advertisements for mail order and other
houses are now going into every home,
and special catalogues describing Christ
mas gifts and quoting prices are being
sent out by eastern houses, Metropol
itan dailies, too, aro running extra
pages to accommodate tho holiday pub-
licity announcements of tho department
and other stores.
These business men recognizo tho
valiio of printer's ink. They recog
nize, too, the truth of tho old adago
that "the early bird catches the
worm. ' '
"Times aro a little unsatisfactory,"
yon say. "These bank failures liavo
raised tho dickens, and tho peoplo aro
But the admission is a strong argu
ment in favor of liberal, persistent and
Wo'll venture this assertion:
In tho faco of recent events Globo
is in better financial condition than
any city of similar size in tho south
west; there aro fewer unemployed men
to tho thousand population than in any
city in tho country, and tho employed
are receiving a higher average scale
of wagos. Thoro's more scare than
than there is scarcity. Thero is great
er reason for a redoubling of energy;
for extra exertion; for seductive in
Christmas is going to bo celebrated
in Olobo by oxtensivo gift-making just
as it was last year. And theso .gifts
aro going to bo purchased in Globo
if liberal inducement is held out.
Christmas, if properly taken advnnt
ago of by the business public is the
fortunato medium through which old
time mercantile conditions are to bo re
It is going to pull from hiding places
even of tho most timid thousands
of good dollars, which could bo plnccd
in circulation through no other in
Christmas always has and always will
soparato a man from his money and
a woman, too, for that matter.
Thoro'll bo no empty stockings
around your nomo on (Jlinstmas morn
ing; nor will there be at the home of
Tho tin can banks, tho old sogks
and the chests will bo emptied of their
treasure, and this money will go into
legitimate trade channels.
It will go into tho tills of your storo
if you invito it.
Economy may govern tho Christmas
expending hand and where economy or
saving is contemplated, advance ro
where tho shrewd advertiser profits.
Ho gives publicity to his wares and ho
quotes n tempting price. You know
Ho gets tho crowds.
OF PARISIAN GOWNS
Tho homo coining of Mrs. Dolph
Baatz was fraught with more than or
dinary interest, especialy in tho wo
men's circlos. Whilo in San Francisco
Mrs. Baatz met tho American repre
sentative of a largo Paris house who
wns making a display of some of tho
finest wraps and gowns perhaps ever
imported to this country. Mrs. Baatz
selected a number of opera cloaks and
a number of bridal gowns, which aro
the finest and most elaborate ever
brought to Globe. Theso garments
were placed on display yesterday and
attracted many ladies to tho North
Broad street emporium. Tomorrow's
Silver Belt will tell an interesting story
of "The Peoplo 's Cash Store," and
something of tho purchases mado by
Mrs. Baatz from foreign salesmen whilo
in San Francisco.
A Wonderful Trick
Sco Wayne tho Wizard at tho Iris.
Also now moving pictures and illus
TO END ADDRESS
LONDON, November 22. Woman
suffragists today virtually compelled
Herbert Gladstone, secretary of state
and homo affairs, to abandon an at
tempt to address a meeting here. In
terruptions of tho suffragists becamo so
persistent that Gladstono declared he
could no longer struggle against such
tactics and brought his speech to a sud
den close. Ono of the suffragists there
upon tried to take possession of the
meeting. Gladstono and his wifo re
treated and tho meeting closed.
Tho Globo Bank & Savings Co. pays
4 per cent on term deposits, C to 8 per
cent on escrow deposits and wants es
crow loans on real estate and first-class
securities. Ileal cstato sold on term
sales, part cash, 9 per cent interest and
small monthly per cent on principal
balance. Firo insuranco placed in best
FORMER CASHIER OF
WA'LSH BANK GIVES
CHICAGO, Novembor 22. Frederick
W. McLean, formor assistant enshior
of tho Chicago National .bank, testified
in tho trial of John U. Wnlsh today of
tho making by him of n munbor of
memorandum notes, each for tho sum
of $92,000. JIo declnred that he mado
tho notes, signed various nnmes tp thorn
and discounted thorn nt tho direction
of Walsh. Whon tho notes foil due, he
said ho mado out now ones, signing tho
same names as bofore. Tho old notes,
ho said, woro paid by means f discount
ing and tho tickets then destroyed. The
snmo collateral, $100,000 in bonds of
tho Illinois Southern, woro ncceptcd by
tho bank for tho old nnd now notes.
A constant wrangling botweon the
attorneys, caused for tho most part by
numerous objections by tho dofonse to
tho testimony of McLean, dolnyed tho
progress. So vigorous wore tho objec
tions to tho lino of testimony that the
cashier had not finished his story whon
adjournment came. Ho will resumo the
FOR SHARE OF THE
CIIKIST CHURCH, Now Zenlnnd, No
vember 22. A claimant to a shnro of
tho Portland cstato has nppcared Iioro
in tho person of Samuel Calkins of
Whangoroi, who claims to bo an older
brother of Walter Scott Calkins of Mill
viUe, N. J. Walter Scott Calkins
clnims a sharo of tho cstato of tho duke
of Portland by tracing Jus lincngo from
the oldest son of tho duke of Portlnnd,
who eamo to the United States more
thnn a contury ago.
ALMOST KILLS ADLAI
BLOOMINGTON, 111., November 22.
Edward N. Jennings, for twenty-two
years in tho employ of John C. Ste
venson, a capitalist of this city and
brother of former Vico Prcsidont Ste
venson, this morning attempted to shoot
his. employer. Tho latter secured the
revolver aimed at his head and fought
his assailant until tho man was over
powered and locked up. It is voliovcd
that Jennings becamo suddenly demented.
DENVER MINT TO
RESUME COINAGE 0F-:
SILVER DECEMBER 1
DENVER, Colo., November 22. The
Denver mint, which has coined about
$150,000,000 in gold during tho past
two months, will resume coining silver
December 1, working to full capacity.
Silver coins to tho value of about $30,
000 daily will bo produced and immedi
ately put into circulation.
Tho Ambitions of Vice Presidents
Tho vico presidents elected to the
presidency have comprised John Ad
ams, vico president in 1789, and elected
president in 179G; Thomas Jefferson,
chosen to tho vico presidency in 1790
and elected to tho presidency in 1800;
Martin Van Buren, becoming vico presi
dent in 1833 nnd chosen to tho presi
dency in 1830; nnd Theodore Roosevelt,
elected vice president in 1900 and olcct-'
ed president in 1904.
Among vico presidents not elected to
tho presidency, vciy many could bo
named. But Aaron Burr, George Clin
ton, Elbrulgo Gerry, Daniel D. Tomp
kins, John C. Calhoun, Gcorgo M. Dal
las, Hannibal Hamlin, Schuyler Colfax,
William A. Wheeler, Levi P. Morton
and Adlai E. Stevenson may bo named
as vice presidents who served four
years, and were not nominated for tho
presidency after tho oxpiration of their
four-year terms. Mr. Fairbanks' chance
by theso precedents, to bo nominntcd
for tho first office, cannot bo regarded as
large or favorable. Brooklyn Eagle.
Storage room phono 601.
Gila County Abstract Co,
THE POPULAR AGENCY
g Abstracts po
o Insurance L
5 Real Estate P
g - i
u OUR MOTTO h-,
c5 "A customer pleased is a cus- g
fi tomer forever." Give us a trial
NH and be convinced. w
Gila County Abstract Co., Inc.
Telephone 441 Over Brown's Store
" ' N
Employing Speechless Waiters
Thoro's a dumb waiter employed in a
Market street restaurant who is smarter
thanany other waiter in tho place. His
ability to handle orders quickly, cor
rectly and noiselessly lias caused the
proprietor to think that it might bo n
good idea to employ more speechless
waiters and thus do away with tho
loud bawling of orders nround the placS.
Despite his inability to hear or talk, tho
waiter in question soldom makes a mis
take. Knowing each day's bill of faio
"by heart," ho can often toll by tho
movements of a customer's lips just
what ho wants. When ho fnils to got
tho order by tho lips' movement, tho
waiter places tho bill of faro before
tho customer nnd tho later points out
what his appetite craves. Tho order is
then written quickly by tho waiter and
ho carries it to tho kitchen. Ho al?o
gives especial attention to details. If
a cranky customer calls him down the
dumb waiter doesn't hear him. Phila
Governor Snubs Oovemor I
Governor-elect Haskell of tho now
state of Oklahoma rovorses distinguish-j
ed precedents by rofusing to rido next!
Snturdnv with tho rotirinc torritorinl'
governor, Frnnk Fronts. It lias hap
pened that men about to gq out of high
oflico havo docliucd to appear with their
John Adams ilod precipitately from
Washington nt tho midnight preceding
tiio inauguration or Jeuerson. JUorc
ovor, ho spont his last few hours in pre
paring u batch of appointments de
signed to embarrass tho incoming pres
ident. His flight was tho bitter net
of a poor Joscr.
Following his father's unbecoming
example, John Qulncy Adnms refused
to attend, in 1829, the inauguration of
Andrew Jackson. His absenco cast no
blight on tho occasion of great public
Like tho two Adamses, Martin Van
Huron sulked in defeat. So Goneral
Willianl Henry Hurrison, riding to tho
cnpitol on horseback in 1841, was unat
tended by tho disappointed New York
man whom ho succeeded.
Frnntz of Oklahoma is a former rough
ridor who tried to overrido the consti
tution that finally prevailed in tho new
commonwealth. His snubbing will bo
ono of the first incidents of triumphant
domocratic statehood. New York
The White House
501 North Broad Street
Lowest Prices in the City
Children's Gingham Aprons .. ....,...20c
Brass Extension Curtain Bods .. ....15c
Veneered Chair Bottoms 15c
No. 1 lamps ..15c
Corduroy skirt braid,, per ynrd........2c
Borated Talcum Powder, 25c sizo I,0o
Petroleum Jelly, 8-oz. bottle.. ...15c
Fancy Sholf Paper, 10 yards.... ...... 5c
CO-foot rust proof wire clothesline....l5c
Pretty pieces of glassware, each ....15c
Fancy bread trays ..... . 10c
Granite dippers .. .................10c
Good machine oil, 2-oz. bottle ... 5c
Mincing knives ........ 5c
Basting spoons . . . .... 5c
Europo Behind Us In Anaesthetics
Dr. John A. McKenna of Philadelphia,
who arrived yesterday on tho Oceanic,
went abroad to study tho subject of
anncsthctics, but decided nftcr investi
gation that they know less in Europe
about tho subject than Americans.
"In England," said Dr. McKenna,
"thoy stick to chloroform rather than
other, apparently through prejudice, bc
cnuso a Scotchman, Dr. Simpson, wns
tho discoveror of chloroform.
"I hod a long talk with Dr. Waldo,
n London coroner, who told me that in
soven years ho had been called to in
vestigate fifty-nino deaths duo to the
nso of anaesthetics in ono form or an
other. Of this number, chloroform had
boon used in fifty-two cases, in four
other, nnd in three a mixture of tho
"Chloroform is administered hero by
tho so-called open method, but on tho
other sido it is administered by means
of a complex appuratus not under con
trol. "So far as a cau judge, and my opin
ion is an honest one, we are well ahead
in nnacsthbtics and the manner of ad
ministering them." New York World.
Havo You a Oougli?
A doso of Ballard's Horchound Syrup
will reliovo 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 my
family for five years, and find it tho
most palatable medidino I over used."
Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
Basing powaor at Sam Kce's; five
pound cau for $1.50. Guaranteed satisfactory.
Many a man wears a thinking cap
under his silk hat.
An engagement ring is a girl's idea
of a band of hope.
Anywny, a bald man doesn't havo to
worry about gray hair.
Between tho two evils a kicke'r and
a knopkor there's no choice.
Lot tho other follow havo it his way
as long as it is only talk.
Prenchors' lives would bo awfully
tamc,if it wasn't for weddings.
Everybody knows some things and
some peoplo they would like to do.
The Fraternal Brotherhood will give
a Thanksgiving dance at Maurel hall
on tho evening of Thursday, November
28. Best of music and n good time
assured for all. Everybody invited.
Admission, gentlemen, $1; ladies free.
Do Witt's Little JEany Iiiscrs aro the
best pills made. They do not gripe.
For sale by Hanna's Drug Store.
Wo aro soiling an excellent grado of
coal at $12 per ton. Delivered to any
part of tho city. Globo Hardwaro Co.
Storage room phone 601.
Obstinate cases of constipation and
nasty, mean headaches promptly dis
Theaters on Iris circuit: Bisbee,
Globe. Morenci, Nogalce, Tucson, El
Paso and Cananea.
Four Nights Ending Sunday
"Tho Eomanco of a Singer"
A wonderful production mado in
Illustrated Song by
Tho Mysterious Wayno & Co.
Presenting a mystical act entitled
"A Night in the Orient"
In Illustrated Songs
"Aro You an Elk?"
General Admission lCc
Reserved seats 25c
First Performance 7:30 p. m.
Second Performance 8:30 p. ffi.
710 N. Broad St. Tel. 1711
Headqua'tenj for tho
Gatti Meat Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Will Meet All Prices
Tho Gatti Meat company la still in
appear when you take DeWitt's Little'.. ,, . ,, , .. , ...
r'L, i,i. wiic BM.i i. un,,'. tho field to sell butters. Saying nothing
Early Riser Pills,
Sold by Hannn's
but standing pat against all butters.
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 doctbr
intended you to have when he wrote your
IT INSURES 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.
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
L. D. Rickctts D. W. Wickersham T. A. Pascw
a. t. xuomson u. a. van uoruer
C. E. Milli E. M. Hurd
I. E. Solomon
INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS
All Classes of Accounts Invited. Foreign Exchange at Lowest Eates
E. M. HURD, Manager
J. WATT HOGUE JAMES W. HOGTJE
President Vice President and Cashier
And now is the winter of our financial discontent made glor (,T
the tide of millions, and now instead of taking a scat on the sli; - ,,j,
of adversity, wo caper nimbly to the pleading notes of restorn t
mony among thoso who would tako advantage of an oportunitv wu?ii
presents its golden hues to tho man of action and enterprise
ncro in uiouo you aro in tno center or tno neiu, 'neatn sraiiu
and great possibilities which await someone, who knows? But '
might bo that someone, as real cstato is and has been the b
safest investment known, why not own your own home, and in ,
try that has no peer. The resources aro here, tho climate is t
tho opportunities aro hero. AND A FLOOD OF GOLD LD3S UAIT.
ING IN THE CONFINES OF OUB HILLS. And it takes ob ,m
brains to make moncv: talkinir of hard times hclns no one.
tcrpriso of our people is too great to aljow us to fall back to
of the barbarian of tho past. Wo havo somo good homes ana
Globe, and aro in tho real cstato business.
Buying or selling, give us a call.
The Home Investment Co.
JIM HOGUE, Manager.
HOGUE Utility and Hired Maa
Dreamland's Famous Band
ADMISSION AS USUAL
K4444"HH"M H"W4-W-H I
iTVIlPV "f V4 f ,",TVl'VTTVHFVT"i'"t
The H. H. Bru Company, Inc.
DEALERS IN LISTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES.
Wiro connections with Boston, Chicago and New York Markets.
Bisbee, Dulutb, Isbpeming and Calumet curb markets a specialty.
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins.
STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSIONS.
Globe, Arizona Telephone I9CI
? Trust Building
The Globe Wood k Coal Co.
Guarantees to sell you 4-foot
Cedar Wood at the same price
you pay elsewhere for 3-foot Wood
Give us a Trial and be Convinced
THE GLOBE WOOD & COAL CO.
t PHONE 2131
Wm. E. WhaKey, Mgr.
S. BROAD ST.
Tho Edmondson Houso
E. L. Edmondson has leased the Wob
stcr houso and is prepared to accommo
dato tablo boarders nnd roomers in a
highly satisfactory manner. Tho houso
has been thoroughly renovated and is
clean and neat Xrom bnsoment to attic.
Mr. Edmondson is an experienced land
lord and has a splendid reputation in
Globe. Tablo service as good as any
in tho city and rooms aro neat, clean
A Good Show
Tho Mysterious Wayno is mystifying
ovcryono at the Iris this week.
Is ono of Globo 's oldest and best
known cafes; everything flrst-clas3 in
his lino. Call and bo convinced.
A Funny Show
A big comedy moving picture at tho
Iris tonight. Don't miss it.
OvorshirtS and mon's gloves. Sam
KCVs. ' '
We Will Accept Bank Checks
Feeling tho utmost confldenco in our
local banks, wo will Wcopt in payment
for Merchandise also in settlement of
bills duo us
Local Pay Roll Checks
Local Mining Companies Checks
Savings Bank Books
Our banks aro absolutely sound, Don't
draw your raonoy out. Pay bills by
GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO.
THE ' ' QUALITY' ' STORE
GLOBE BOWIE SAFFORD
Wholesale Grocers. Tobacconists and Cigar Dealers
Ask for the AMERICAN or EL SIDEL0 CIGAR
There are None Better
From Santa Clau
To Tho Palace Pharmacy,
I will bo at your storo on Monday morning with a
beautiful lino of Christmas goods. I havo decided to
make your storo my Globe headquarters this year. You
V can adviso your friends of my coming nnd assure thcio
, of tho placing with you of many new nnd pretty nov
cities. I will havo my display ready for inspection on
To tho Pnlaco Pharmacy,
S w AiiaMrf;
?' ' ' i '. : - ' .
mlulPikti., -':;,. V , , . . ' .... ..'-. .. ,, '.,-, :' '.',-.'K'lhm . .!&&?$
'.'"ftV' v"- 4
f ' WkTrtt ,