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We have a very attractive line of hats
suitable for the little misses and child
ren. Exclusive showings in this depart
ment, and prices that will please you. 4
Sale of ladies hats at $5 still continues.
We re trim and reshape old hats.
REDUCED ROUND TRIP
Christmas and New Year's
8 One lowest first class fare
round trip between all points on the Pacific System
and to El Paso including Branch Lines.
Christmas Tickets-Dec. 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 1907.
January 2, 1908.
Stop Overs will not be permitted
For further particulars inquire of Local Agent
Southern Pacific Co. or E. G. HUMPHREY,
District Passenger Agent,
Store Below Town, Prices Likewise
Now is tho timo to get a supply of goods at unusually low prices. I
carry ovcrything you need.
GROCERIES, HARDWARE BOOTS, SHOES .
CROCKERY, WOOD BLANKETS, COMPORTS
HAY AND GRAIN DRY GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
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Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines
HKt : and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
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I before December 20.
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NEXT TO THE
and one third for the
SENATORS TO DRAW
FOR S0 PRIZE
LOTTERY WILL TAKE PLACE IN
THE CAPITAL SOON AFTER
Six Yoar Term for tho Now State of
Oklahoma ' at Stako Blind Senator
from that Commonwealth Will Bo
Ono of tho Contestants.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Novomber 30,
Tho only lottery reeoguizod by the
United States Honato will bo hold in tho
legislativo chamber noon after congress
assembles. It is hold only at rare inter
vals, incidental to tho admission of a
now state. A $15,000' grand prizo is at
issue. Will n blind man grasp it?
Scnators'Cloet Owen and Gore of
Oklahoma will participate in the. draw
ing to dctormino which ono of three pos
siblo prizes each shall have. Thcro is
a two year's term, worth $15,000 in
salary; a .four years' term, worth $30,
000, and a six years' torm, worth $15,
000. Senators from n now stato have
raroly had such an opportunity.
By tho provisions of tho constitution,
tho membership of tho senate is di
vided into three classes, so that one-
third of the senators shall bo elected
every two years. Until Oklahoma came
into the union there had been ninety
senators for many years, and that
meant thirty for each class. Therefore,
ono of the new senators must go ono of
tho three classes and tho other into
another of tho three classes. Thoy may
draw tho two and tho four years' terms
or tho two and tho six years' terms or
the four and the six years ' terms.
Tho drawing must tako place on tho
tloor of tho sonate. Tho scrgcant-nt
arms will prepare three slips, marked
one, two and three, for tho two, four
and six year terms respectively, and
place thorn in n box. The now sena
tors just after thoy are sworn in, will
stop up and try their fortunes. Thoy
now hold their commissions by appoint
ment from the governor, as tho legisla
ture will not meet till January. There
is some question about tho legality of
their commissions, and thoy may have
to wait till January before taking their
scats, in which event tho drawing will
The oleetion of a blind man like Mr.
Gore to the senate is generally regarded
as a misfortune. For that interest there
will be a very keeu interest in tho for
tuno hp has in drawing. Probably tho
two senators will bo required to deter
mine by lot which shall have tho first
drawing. That might be very mipor
tnnt, for tho first man to draw might
grab tho covotcd six years' term. Hut,
on the other hand, the first man might
draw tho two years' slip, which would
improve tho chances for tho second sen
v There will bf a consolation prize, for
tho man who draws tho shortest term
will be the senior senator, which. is of
more or less importance in' matters of
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'iC In- -.-
Counterfeit presentments of Theodore
Hoosovelt aro not especially welcome
around the White House, as a certain
man, whose name shall bo Mr. Blank,
has just had occasion to realize. He
really lookH very much like the presi
dent. His features are much tho same,
likewiso his expression in conversation
Ho wore tho Roosevelt stylo of specta
cles, and, while re is a man df small
stature, he walked and acted very like
As several others with a local repu
tation of looking liko tho president have
done, this man camo to get a hand
shako with tho real thing. Perhaps 1)0
expected to be invited aside into tho
inner office for a half hour's chat, while
ho waited in tho largo pnblic vestibule,
he enjoyed tho surprise of strangers,
who wondered whether the president
had dismissed tho doorkeepers and abol
ished tho secluded looms.
Finally, the handshaking line was
formed, tho president taking his stand
in the cabinet room as usual. The
counterfeit presentment moved along
and took his turn.
"I'm so glad to see you, Mr. Blank,"
said tho president, repeating a cordial
and oft used phraso in greeting visitors
and giving tho admiring visitor a hearty
"And how do you do, Mrs. Jones?
This is a real pleasure," the president
added to the lady next in lino, and the
handshakers debouched through tho
back door to tho asphalted space in
front of tho White House ofiices.
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Oklahoma, although tho newest, stato
in tho union, will have twice atf fhany
votes in uotti tuc republican anunlcmo
cratic national committees as any other
state in the union. Slip will bo able to
outvoto Massachusetts, Now York,
Pennsylvania and all tho big ones.
This has como about becauso when the
Oklahoma and Indian Territories wore
soparato each had a national committee
man. It is now too lato to throw these
committeemen out, so that, while Okla
homa as d stato will not have a voice
in determining who shall conduct tho
next campaign and where tho conven
tions will be held, two of her citizens
will havo a great deal to say.
POPE WANTED TO SEE TAFT
Regrets that Socretary Is Compelled to
ItOME, Novomber 30. Tho Vatican
has learned with rogrct that Secretary
of War Taft will return to tho United
States from .Russia, as it was hoped ho
would como to Homo, whore Cardinals
Rampolla, Scrafino, vannutolli and
Vivos y Tuto, who dealt with him in
1902 on tho questions of tho friars 'land
in tho Philippines, desired to see him.
Tho "popo also wished to ,maka Mr.
Taft's acquaintance and discuss with
him personally tho latest report from
Mgr. Agius, papal dclegato in tho Phil
Satisfaction our motto. We have
the best equipped paint store in the
city. Van Wagenen, next door , to tho
Appaling Array of Figures Showing
that We Lead tho World.
Airndmirablo paper on American rail
way accidents is that by Edward Bon
nell Phelps, W tho Novembor World 's
Wort. Mr. Phelps thinks thai wo
have had loose statements and general
figures, but outsido of technical journals
no scientific demonstration of tho sub
ject, bo that it has not beon sharply
visualized to tho people, and hence
there has bec no effectivo protest.
Years of study given to tho subject
convince film that tho first requisito
is a realization of our lamentable lack
of leadership in effort to reform tho
ovUt'tTho Bituniton is set out for the
year 1903 that being tho last for which
tho -writer could obtain complete figures
in all countries.
Tho number of passengers killed in
railroad accidents that year in tho Unit
ed' States tojjach 10,000,000 carried was
5.1; in tho United Kingdom, 1.3; in
Europo at largo, 1.4. Tho number of
passengers parried in tho United King
doWvms ono and three-fourths as many
as' in, pur country and on one-ninth tho
mileago, thereby greatly increasing den
sity of traffic and henco liability to ac
cidents. Tho railroads of the United
Kingdom killed ono passenger to every
7,001,930 carried, whilo wo killed ono
to overy 1,957,451 carried. For every
1,000,000 passengers cairicd we in
jured 11.84; tho United Kingdom, 2.80;
all Europe, 1.70. In train accidents,
only for tho years 1901-'05, wo killed
for each 100,000,000 passengers carried
31.01; in tho United Kingdom it was
1.27. In tho number of passscngers so
injured for the same years to each 10,
000,000 carried, with us it was 72.23; in
tho United Kingdom, 4.8S.
For tho five years ended with 1903,
tho number of passengers curried in tho
United Kingdom was 5,953,070,180 (on
one-ninth our milengc). From "acci
dents from trains, rolling stock, perma
nent way," otc, tliero were killed, 70;
injured, 2,907. In this country in tho
five years ended with June, 1903, were
carried 3,559,024,3S9, of which from tho
same accidents wero killed, 1,320; in
The caso of employes was worse. In
tho old country 34 were killed and 03S
injured; in this country 3,017 killed and
20,334 injured. A vital element in tho
problem nnd new to it as far as wo
know, is tho 'increased strain on train
mon, which Mr. Phelps considers in
connection with tho number and in
crease of our accidents. We give the
figures of his table of percentage, dis
carding decimals. It covers the de
cade ended with June, 1905. Train
man is used as meaning engincmeu,
firemen and conductors. For this de
cade our increase in the number of jias
sengcrs carried one milo was 95 per
cent; increase iu passengers killed, 215
per cent; in passengers injured, 34J3 per
cent; .increase m number of employes,
70 per cent; increase in number of em
ployes killed, So per cent; increase in
number injured, 100 per cent; increased
average strain on the individual train
man by volume of trallic increase, both
freight nnd passenger, 100 per cent;
increase in total number of trainmen,
OS per cent; increase of average strain,
measured by av'erage ratio of increaso
to each trainman of number of tons
of freight and number of passengers
carried ono mile, 23 per cent. Mr.
Phelps is much impressed with this
increased strain on the trainmen as a
factor in the increase of accidents
More and more work, as his figures
show, is put on the men, and Mr. Phelps
thinks that only a painstaking invest
igation by the national government will
reveal what an element this is in caus
ing tho "American Lead in Railroad
Accidents" (which is thu title of his
article). Indianapolis Ncw,s.
Wonderc Never Cease.
A writer who is not even ordinarily
clever can make wonderfully interesting
stories out of surgery and astronomy,
because those subjects arc "caviare to
the general." Wo lovo to revel in mys
teries. The astronomer tells us that
thcro is no science so exact as astron
omy; arid I assume every ono believes
the woird statement that the sun has
just coughed up a streak of flame that
traveled 10,000 miles a minute and at
tained an elevation of nearly 350,000
miles. You could almost light your cig
arette on the tip of that. Another state
ment: "A giant negro working in a
cut, had a chunk of earth fall upon him
woighing eight tons. The impact flat
tened him and squashed his heart out
with such force thai it flow through
the air a distance of ninety seven and
one-half feet. Whon we picked it up
it was beating uf the rato of sixty
thrco to tho minute and its pulsations
continued lor thirteen minutes." I
guess we all believe that, too! Xcw
HUSBAND AND LIFE AT STAKE
Pretty Russian Bomb Thrower May Pay
tho Death Penalty
VIENNA, Novembor 23. Wanda
Dobrodzioka, tho woman who throw a
bomb at General Skalon, governor gen
oral of Warsaw, and, aided by confeder
ates disappeared, has been brought from
Cracow to Vienna, where trial on tho
demand of the Russian government for
her extradition will tako place.
Tho woman is strikingly pretty, of
tho PolisL type, and jn as intelligent as
sho is pretty. After her crime Wanda
fled to Cracow. There her beauty at
tracted many admireVs, ono of whom
nn Austrian sho marircd. It was not
long, however, before tho secret police
of Russia tracked her, and her arrest
followed, in spite 'of tho plea that by
her marriage she had becomo an Aus
If tho decision is ngainst her, sho will
lose both her husband and her life.
Pauper's Wedding Anniversary
LONDON, .November 30. It was an
nounccd at yesterday's meeting of the
board of Guardians at Wicklewood,
Norfolk, that Mrs. Dove, an inmato of
tho workhouse, "sent her respects" to
tho board and informed them that it
was tho seventieth anniversary of her
wedding. Tho chairman offered the
board's congratulations and directed, tho
matron to provido a plum pudding and
Books 1 See tho largo lino of books
BARON AND EARL,
CLAIMS DUTCH AND ERISH TITLES
AND THAT HE FOUGHT FOR THE
BOERS HE NOW EARNS NINE
DOLLARS A WEEK.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Novembor 30. A
soldier of fortune, bearing two titles,
ono Dutch, tho other Irish, earning just
enough money to livo on polishing
stoves in a furnituro storo hero! This
is tho story of II. A. Wilton van Rcedc.
This man, born in Holland nnd edu
cated at Germany, is a baron iu his na
tive J and nnd claims tho extinct title of
tho Earl of Athlono in Ireland, as com
ing to him from his great grandfater.
Van Rcedo is a graduato of Bonn uni
versity and was a classmate of tho pres
ent emperor of Germany.
"I never managed to got mixed up
iu a duel whilo at tho university,"
said Van Rcedo, "but that was not be
causo of my trying to avoid trouble,
for I enjoyed a fight as much as tho
next man, as my later life showed.
After completing my studios at the
university I went to South Africa and
engaged in railroad work. I would
projiably havo been thoro yet hud not
tho Boer war intervened.
"Like many other young men of
good family, I volunteered for a fight
when wo saw that war with Great
Britain was inevitable, and I was com
missionew a captain with General Bo
tha, and as such participated in n num
ber of the most important engagements
in tho war. I was with General Botha
at Colcuso, which battlo I consider the
most important in which I took part.
"At tho close of tho war, liko a great
many others, I found South Africa to
bo a poor place to cam a living. I had
a hard strugglo for a long time to get
enough to cat, and so about n year and
a half ago I determined to come to
this country, but here my lot has been
almost as hard as it was in the Trans
vaal after the war.
"Here in St. Louis I find that T am
able to earn $9 a week polishing stoves.
Of course my university training and
knowledge of warfare is not necessary
to the stove shining profession, for
that is a matter, of brawn rather than
brain. My experiences in tho past
have taught me to make tho most of
things, no matter how unpleasant they
may be, and so I am ready to polish
stoves for $9 a wpek until something
better presents itself."
WHEN ONE IS FORTY-FIVE.
Tho joys of boyhood seem to, flit so
very soon away,
What yesterday was Love's young
dream a nightmare is today.
My own experience has taught ideals
do not thrivo
When one's with business cares dis
traught when one's reached forty
Whereas I only thought of skates when
storm from arctic pole
Swept down, 'tis now of stoves and
grates, with extra tons of coal!
The swimming hole, a summer lure in
boyhood, now I dub
A narrow frog pond most impure I
quite preier a luui
Most wondrous change there's been, you
see, hinco youth sat on my brow,
What then was rarest wino to me is
The joys of one arid twenty, too, no
longer seem to cling
A young man's fancy turns, 'tis true,
to thoughts of lovo in spring;
But mine's not sympathetic mood, at
middle age's brink
No longer love's sustaining food, exhil
Insipid 's apt to be each kiss, 'while hug
ging 's failure flant
Ono can't in snuggling find much bliss
who's forty-five and fat!
A moonlight stroll no pleasure holds,
at tete-a-tete I cringe,
They spell hay fever, sniffling colds,
and eke rheumatic twinge!
I feel more often grouch than glee,
moro shade than sun, somehow
What once was rarest wino to me is
New Vork Press.
COLLISION UNDER THE SEA
Submarines Crash at Depth of Thirty
Meters No Lives Lost
TOULON, November 23. Whilo en
gaged in making a joint attack on tho
battlo ship .Tauregulbcrry during the
naval maneuvers off this port tho sub
marines Bonito nnd Soufflcr wero in
collision at n depth of thirty meters.
Tlu Sonf flour's eonninir tower window
wn4 Riunshpil nnd the water becan to run
rin, but with rare presence of mind tho
commamleP'Operatcil the rising mccnan
ism nnd the vessel reached the surface
before it had timo to fill completely.
Tho naval authorities havo ordered a
searching investigation as to tho caUscs
of tho collision.
Dolls! Dolls! Van Wagenen has tho
finest lino over brought to Globe.
Stop at Sam Kee's today; ask about
I am tho man who will, without oxtra
charge, gp nnywhoro in tho city to take
nn acknowledgment, day or night, ruin
or shine; also draw up deeds, rolcases,
mortgages and wills at small cost; bug
gy always ready in front of Brown's
storo. Phono 441. L. H. Brown, the
notary public. tf
You can't be well if you have a weak,
inbcalthy, tired out stomach. Neither
din you feel good if by somo littlo ir
regularity in eating you have caused tho
stomach to get out of order. These lit
tlo stomach troubles are signs of indi
gestion, which may and very often does
turn into a very bad caso of dyspepsia.
Don't allow thorn to go on a single day
without doing somothing to overcome it.
Tako somo good, reliable and safe di
gestant liko KODOL for dyspepsia. KO
DOL is tho best remedy known today
for heartburn, belching nnd all troubles
arising from a disordered digestion. It
is pleasant -to take and affords prompt
rcliof. Sold by Hanna 's Drug Store.
Obstinate cases of constipation and
nasty, mean headaches promptly dis
appear whon you take Do Witt's Little
Early Riser Pills. Sold by Hanna 's
Storage room jibone 601
Thanksgiving ball at Dreamland to
night. Admission, ono white scrip.
Reblockcd and nndo to look liko
I x now. Brine in tho old hat and
let us fix it up for you.
Pressed and put in perfect repair.
We make a specialty of this class
of work and will servo you at
very reasonable prices.
J. W. WALTER
Los Angeles, California
HEADQUARTERS FOR ARIZONANS
Arlznnans spending the summer on the beaches are welcome to the use of our
ladles' parlors. Kentlemen's waiting rooms, bureau of Information, and all hotel con
venlencex. Meet your friends there. Lidles and children welcome. All depot cars
stop at The Hollenbeck. Klcctrio excursion and beach cars pass the door.
Central Location. Excellent Accommodations.
Reasonable Prices. Splendid Uestaurant.
A. C. BILICKE JNO. S. MITCHELL
Office of the Arizona Hassayampa Club of Los Angeles.
F. L JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE: 174 S. Broad St.
399, Broad Street WATCH US GROW
Good to Eat
Don't forget to placo your poultry or
der! with us. Turkeys, Ducks, Chick
ens, fancy Broilers and Spring Chick-i.-
nintavR on hand.
Limburger, Swiss and Cream
Oysters in Bulk and Can
Genulno Sheep and Lamb always to
bo had at tho Central Market. For a
square deal and treatment call at
The Central Meat
JOE RYAN, Manager
MIAMI FLAT, ARIZ.
Solicits your patronage and guarantees
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc
Give this popular place a call
Opens Miners Boarding House
Mother Brackin has leased the Min
or's boarding house and will be glad
to serve her old friends nnd ns many
new ones as will appreciate good home
cooking and neat rooms. Give mo a
cnll and I will treat you right.
Standard Transfer Go.
TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE
All Kinds of Heavy Hauling Done
and Heating Co.
P. L. BUTZ, H. W. TITUS.
0pp. Kinney House, Mesquite st.
W. BROOKNER CO.
THE BIG STORE
403 to 423
Always Was Sick
When a man says ho always was sick
troubled with a cough that lasted all
wintor what would you think if he
should say he never was sick since Using
Ballard's Horehound Syrup. Such a
Mr. J. C. Clark, Denver, Colo., writes
"For years I was troubled with a severo
cough that would last all winter. This
cough loft mo in a miserable condition
I tried Bollard's Horehound Syrup and
have not had a sick day since. That s
what it did tor mo." Sold by Pahie
Teddy bears at Van Wagenen 's.
Meals served Southern style.
Wo cater to the family trade, i
ladies and children especially
Lady Orchestra in Attendance
BASEMENT OF TRUST
CHAS. L CUNNINGHAM & CO.
RESIDENCE: 346 S. Hill St
Latest, safest and most improved
model, guaranteed for economy and re
liability; simplest scientific engine bnlt.
MINING AND IRRIGATION
Sold and installed on absolute guar
Box 211 GLOBE, ABI&
DR. L. ALBERT COMBS
Veterinary Surgeon, Dentist and Grad
uate Royal College of Edinborg,
I treat all curablo diseases of domes
tic animals. Offices, Barclay, Higdo
& Co. Residence, the white house on
South East street. Call and examine
my diplomas at stable Examination
frco at office.
SULTAN & WAYNE
141 North Broad Street
P. O. Box 867
GEORGE K. FRENCH
Assayer and Chemist
H. E. BIERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
N. Broad Street
postouice, Give as s .call.
at Van -Wagenen 's P. O. building.
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