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Men's and Boys' Christmas
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Starting Monday we are open every evening
FRQM EWIIIi STOVE CGffiPANY
WASHINGTON, December 17. Of
far reaqhing importance to tho labor
nnij business interests of tho country
was tho decision nnnouueed today by
.Tu3tico Gould of tho equity court of tho
district of Columbia, enjoining -tho,
American Federation of Labor, with a
membership of 2,000,000 or more, from
boycotting tho Buck Stove & Range
company". Tho name of tho company is
in .tho "Unfair" and "Wo don't pa
tronize " lists and the decision arraigns
tho action of tho federation as illegal
SHORT STORIES OF THE CITY
Return From Globe Mr. and Mrs. T.
E. .Morgan and Mrs. Mnuk have re
tufhed from an extended visit to Globo
and Tucson. At Globo they visited
their rclntives Mr. and Mrs. Sid Mauk
and had a most delightful time.
Closing Hoars The stores of tho city
will remain open this week until 7 p.
m., and on Monday and Tuesday of
next week until 8 p. m.
New Furnishing House Mark Chcev
or is remodeling his storo building, 0S7
North Broad street, and in a few days
will open tho store with a full line of
gentlemen's furnishing goods. A new,
modern front has been placed in tho
building and shelving and counters
put" in. Mark is a good rustler, and will
make a success of tho veuture.
Si will talk some at Dreamland to
night. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS
A. G. 'Smitir, who has been threaten
ed with pneumonia, is somewhat im
proved. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Combs aro in
from McMillen to spend tho holidays
Jake O'Neill was an arrival in tho
city from Fort Thomas last evening on
a short business visit.
Miss Mary Kavanaugh, of Fort Thom
as, Ky.. is n guest nf Itnr sister, Mrs.
F. H. Carlock, on Nob hill. f
Ben McNelly, who has been residing
at Tucson, arrived in tho city last
evening, accompanied by his wife and
William Christenson, who resides on
Noftsgor hill, left several days ago for
Galveston, Texas, whero ho formerly re
A. "V. Brace has resigned his position
at tho Gibson mine and this morning
will leave, with his wife' for tho east,
where they oxpect to locate.
Bill Sparks, who is employed 6n the
Indian reservation at San Carlos, is
in tho city transacting businoss and
renewing old acquaintances, of which
he has many in Globe.
W; P. Bullock, a sanitary engineer,
who . has tho contract for tho sewer
system at Roswcll, N. M., left yester
day morning for San Francisco, after
spending a few days in Globo.
Judgo J. C. Evans of Roosevelt is a
visitor in the city. Ho states that
rapid progress is being mado on tho
big dam, which on account of its pres
ent height is now inununo from ilood
"Tho Chorus Girl" tonight. Tho hit
to tho season.
Van Wagoncn makes a specialty of
tinting. Satisfaction our motto. " ,
A dollar show for 50 conts. at Dream-1
land, any night this week.
. Humor n Hospital Records.
Admission slips to tho hospitals Jiro
pretty matter-of-fact records, but occa
sionally, a bit of unconscious humor is
found In thorn. , A slip at .GouVcrnouV
rocontly said'jivdriver received his in
juries by falling off perch" and his
.name was Bird. Another Gouvomour
slip announced that tho patient was hurt J
oy " inning off water wngon.'' Now
Have you see, Sif better get busy,
Life' is too short to miss good thiugs
like-thin: 'Tonight at "DREAM
and a conspiracy.
Tomorrow thoro will bo argument bc
foor Judgo Gould over tho proposition
of cousel for tho federation that the
cpurt's order putting tho injunction into
effect hunts in .express terms, its ap
plication to tho District of Columbia.
Counsel for tho plaintiff company will
opposo this. Tho question cf a perman
ent injunction will como up probably
next spring, and whichever sido wjns in
tho final bcttlomont of tho Onse, it is
believed it will bo appealed to the su
premc court of tho United States.
SAU FRANCISCO, December 17.
Assistant District Attorney Cook today
secured a search warrant for tho pur
poso of entering the home of J. Dalzell
Robortbon, tho missing secretary of tho
California Safo Deposit and Trust com
pany. Robertson hns not been seen
since December 4, and it was bcliovcd
that fconio of the missing securities
might bo found in his mansion on
Greenwich street. When tho assistant
district attorney, accompanied by a de
tcctivc, arrived at tho house they found
it deserted and wero obliged to force
ant entrance. In ono of tho rooms in a
bureau a locked tin box was discov
ered. In tho same drawer was a loaded
revolver and a plentiful supply of car
tridges. On the window sill near the
front door was another loaded revolver
concealed behind tho curtain. The
liouso was in disorder and thoro was
evidenco of a hasty departure. Tho
tin box was too small to contain the
Colton securities. It will bo opened to
morrow. Grace Hamilton delivers tho goods.
Pretty Babo Laird, at Dreamland to
When to Go Home.
From tho Bluff ton, Ind., Banner:
"When, tired out, go homo. When you
want consolation, go home. When you
want fun, go home. When you want
to show others that you havo roformed,
go homq and let your family get ac
quafutcd with tho fact. When you
want to show yourself at your best go
homo and do tho act thoro. When you
feel liko boing extra liboral go homo
and practico on your wifo and childron
first. When you want to shino with
extra brilliaincy go homo and light up
ho wholo housohold." To which wo
would add, when you havo a bnd cojd
go homo and tako Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy nnd a quick euro is certain.
For salo by all druggists.
Tho undersigned havo purchased tho
St. Louis saloon and will not assume
any dobts of tho former proprietors.
v Murphy & Harrington.
JUSTICE COURT, GLOBE PRECINCT,
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OI
QILA, TERRITORY OF ARIZONA.
Franz Lumber Company, a corporation,
Plaintiff, vs Gcorgo Giles, Dofcndant
Action brought in tho Justice's Court
of Globo Precinct, in and for the
County of Gila, Territory of Arizona:
Tho Territory of Arizona sends crcet-
jng to Gcorgo Giles.
You aro horcby summoned and ro
quired to appear in an action brought
'against you by tho above nnmed plaint
iff, in tho Justico's Court of Globe
Precinct, in and for tho County of Gila,
in tho Territory of Arizona, and answer
tho complaiit filed in said Justico's
Court at Globo in said County, within
five dnys (oxclusivo of tho day of ser
vico) after tho service upon you of thiH
summons if served in this precinct;
but if sorved without this precinct, but
in tho County, ten days; if served out
of tho -County, fifteen days; in all
other cases twenty days, or judgment
by dofanlt will bo taken against ydti.
Givfjn under my hand at Globo, Ai
ilzo'na," this tenth day of December, 1907.
f,W.', t ' .TITNSmST THOMAS."
..Instico of tho Peace, of Globo Precinct.
Scant Supply Aids in Depres
sion, Although There Is Good
Rally at Close,
NEW YORK, December 17. Scant
ness of money supply kept tho stock
market dull and contracted speculative
activity materially, but tho tono show
ed somo relief. Tho prices showed small
rcsistanco and tho mdvomont was drag
ging and hesitating, assistance toward
resisting tho depression being afforded
by news of tho declaration of extra
dividonds of two per cent for tho Lake
Shore and Michigan Central stocks, two
of tho jnost prominent subsidiaries of
tho New York Contral. Thorp has been
a conspicuous selling of New York Cen
tral for several days on tho assumption
that dividonds would bo reduced or paid
in scrip by decision of tho directors
this week. The action of tho subsidiary
stocks today shook thnt beliof and led
to buying to cover shorts by tho benrs.
Coalers wero conspicuous in tho de
cline, Reading leading, but n subsequent
rally pointed to professional origin for
much selling. Premium persisted on
NEW YORK, December 17. There
was a further sevoro dOclino in tho tin
market, which seems dovoid of special
support. Spot closcil at 1115, 10s, and
futures nt 117, is in London, and lo
cally the markot was weak and lower.
Connor was lower in London, with
spot closing nt 57, 10s and futures 5S,
li5s. Locally copper was weak and un
chanced, with Lake 13 to 13.25, Elcc
trolvtic 12.75 to 13, and Casting 12.50
Lead was higher in London nt 13,
2s. Cd, and locally weak at 3.40 to 3.50
Spelter advanced to 20 in London,
but was lower locally, closing weak at
1.20 to 4.25.
Locally iron was unchanged.
Southern Pncific ...
Union Pacific -...1 13.87
U. S. Steel 25.37
do pfd 80.02
Arizonn Commercial 11.25
Calumet & Arizona 93.00
f'oppcr Rango ... . 52.50
Greeno-Cananca ... . . 5.87
is'orth Butto . 3S.25
Old Dominion 20.00
Dcnn , - . 3.37
Globo Cons . 5.75
Nipissing .. 0.12
Superior & Pittsburg ..L. 8.02
Superior & Boston - 2.12
Sec our lino of holiday goods before
buying. Van Wagenen's, next to post
office. Twenty per cept off on all Holiday
Goods at Sultan Brothers.
A 50-cent vaudeville show, nud a dol
lar didma, as good as thoy make 'cm,
all for 25, 35 and 50 cents at DREAM
LAND all this week.
Dre3s Goods and Gents' Furnishings
twenty per cent off at Sultan Brothers.
Twcpty-fivo cents. That's nil. Yes
scrip goes. Como along to Drcamlnnd.
Don't fail to seo Miss Edna Mc
Donald in her now character sketch at
Watch Babo Laird at Dreamland to
Teddy bears at Van Wagcncnls.
Great climax at end of 3rd net in
"Tho Ciiorus Girl" tonight. Don't miss
ONE OF THE LEADING
MEAT MARKETS-IN THE
It is hardly necessary to call atten
tion to tho half-pago advertisement of
tho Gatti Mcnt company in this issue.
It speaks for itself and bears a very
pleasant messago to every family in the
city a greeting broad and genoroua.
Tho Gatti Meat company, claiming
tho commendable distinction of being
"tho only real indopondent meat mar
kct in tho city," is ono of Globo 'a lead
ing business concerns, and although
among tho youngest mnrkct places in
tho city has by fair, honorable and lib
eral treatment of its customers cstab
lished a business second to nono, in
eastern Arizona. '
Tho Gatti company rears, feeds and
kills all of its own cattle and rtovcr
allows only tho choicest meats to go
to its cutters for tho customer. This
not only is nn ndvanco guarantee of
good meat, but takes away tho profits
of tho middlo man, making the unusual
ly low prices of tho Gatti company pos,
Tho company placed orders for a full
car load of turkeys, ducks, geese and
chickens with a prominent valley farm
er several weeks ago, and this poultry
is being hand'fattcned, especially for
the holiday trade of tho Gatti company.
In this car load turkeys will bo shipped,
weighing as high as forty-two pounds.
Tho Gatti company Has secured a
lease on tho room recently occupied by
tho Barrott drug storo, and in a fow
days will open a swcn up-iown mnrKct.
Watch tho Silver Bolt for tho announce-
mcnt of tho Gatti Meat compnny. Moro
interesting half pago announcements
aro to follow. ."I boliovo in publici
ty," saya Mr. Gatti. "I am not in tho
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
V'l'T'VT'T'T'TrTTT ! Vrl
Tho Light Houso Robbery.
Jolly Delia Pringlo and her company
havo certainly mado good in Globe. Tho
audienco last night was larger than on
tho opening night, which is a very rare
occurrence and speaks well for the class
of entcrtninment offered tho public by
tho company. It also proves that Globo
appreciates meritorious shows, and to
judge from tho continuous npplauso last
ovoning, everyonq got his money's
worth and then some.
"Tho Light Houso Robbery "is a good
wholcsomo play, with a happy vein of
comedy throughout, and Claude Kelly
as Si Kidder, kept tho largo house in
an uproar all tho time.
The specialties wero great and much
superior to tho usual vaudeville acts
offered by rond companies. Babo
Laird, Jolly Delia Pringlo, Claude Kel
ly, nnd Graco Hamilton all mado hits,
and earned frequent encores. Tho
wooden shoe dancing of Graco Hamilton
wns tho best over seen here, and she
.vas recalled several tinics by tho well
il eased audience.
A pleasant fenture of the evening
.as tho comfortable condition of tho
nouse, which was well hented, ns it will
oo every evening, additional heating fa
ilitics having been added which will
easily heat every part of tho theater.
Tonight tho bill to be presented is
"Tho Chorus Girl" and tho advance
jalo is heavy. This is the feature play
of tho company. Tho specialties for
tonight arc very strong, and alone worth
tho admission price. Notwithstanding
tho merit of tho production, prices will
bo tho same for "Tho Chorus Girl"
25, 35 and 50 cents for tho best re
served scats. No higher.
Tho management's adviqq is that re
serve scats for "Tho Chorus Girl"
ihould bo secured as early as possible,
jwing to the ndvanco demand for good
Wo framo pictures. Naquin & Co.
Claude Kelly, the great comedian,
vlll do n new stunt tonight, "while
they get tho stago set."
Twenty-flvo per cent off on all Fancy
Crockery and Glassware at Sultan Bros.
Jack and Jill were both quite ill,
Now each is well and wiser,
Tor blues and headaches have to" go,
When they tako an Early Riser.
DoWitt's Little Early Riser Pills aro
sold by Hanna 's Drug Store.
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DR. F. C. S. SANDERS
Physician and Surgeon.
Offico Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.
4 to G p. m.
1C1 S. Cedar Street.
Surgeon for G. V., G. &, N. By.
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DR. L. ALBERT COMBS
Veterinary Surgeon, Dontist and Grad
uate Royal Collogo of Edinburg,
I treat all curable diseases of domes
tic aDimals. Offices, Barclay, Higdon
& Co. Residence, the whito houso ou
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
Now Is Your Chance
To get your hats cleaned and ro
blocked. LadIo3 and gentlomon's
clothes cleaned, repaired and al
tered for dull timo prices. J use
r tho rrencn ory cleaning process
to clean garments and I guaran
tee all work to bo satisfactory or
rofund your money. Youra for
J. W. WALTER
Opposite the First National Bank,
rear of Ingram's.
The name of Hanna on a box or bottle
is positive assurance of purity, j
accuracy anu renuDiiuy. .
It INSURES you getting what the doctor
intended you to have when he wrote your
It INSURES you getting what you asked I
for when you gave your order at the drug 4
IT INSURES the use of the very highest
mialitv of drues compounded 'nto each and
every prescription and eve y bottle and :
package leaving the store.
IT INSURES satisfaction to patient, t
nlufciVinn nrwl tn trninpH mir?P nnd it DOS-
itively insure! the lowest possible prices j
with nigh quality.
The White House
GO-i N. BROAD ST.
'Como Quick If You Would Sharo In
Ladies' Knit Corset Covers - 25c
Whito Bedspreads, wero $1.75, now $1.40
White Bedspreads, were $1.25, now. 90c
Black Sateen Petticoats - .75c
Fancy Pillow Cords, all colors 20c
Men's Hats, worth $2 and $3 $1.25
Boys' Knee Pants .. 25c and 35c
Mansfield's Famous ililk Chocolates, I
per package ..... 5c
Gold, Silver and Aluminum Paint, per i
package ... . - - .-...25c
Ficturo framing to order.
Opens Miners Boarding House
, Mother Brackin has leased tho Min
er's boarding houso and will bo glad
to serve her old friends nnd as many
new ones as will appreciate good home
cooking and neat rooms. Give mo a
call and I will treat you right.
MOTHER BRACKIN. I
Now is the timo to have your photo
taken. Key's Studio is making swell
nhotos at 10c each. If you want photos
bo sure nnd don't miss this chance.
Theaters on Iris circuit: Blsbco,
Globo, Morenci, Nogales, Tucson, El
Paso and Cananca.
W. H. GUMMINGS
"Tho Enchanted Glasses"
"Tho Chinaman Visits London"
GUMMINGS AND KEITH
Troupo of Trained Monkeys.
Illustrated song by
"When Our Firemen Faco Their
"Purchasing an Automobile."
(A side-splitting comedy)
General Admission 15c
Reserved seats 25c
First Performance 7:30 p. m.
Second Performance 8:30 p. in.
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'Program Four Nights Ending
"Tho Sun Shines On No Sweeter
Girl Than You"
By Edna Mac Donald
Lena and Her Beaux
Suicido in Paris
"I'd Liko to Squcezo You"
By Hazel Rail
EDNA MAO DONALD
Character Chango Artist, In a Good
Good Gluo Sticks (Comic)
II. S. Duncan andS. li.Boehm, Props.
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I Elegant Display of Acceptable Xmas Gifts
Toilet Sets in Oxodized Art Silver
Toilet Sets in Silver and Ebony
Hand Fainted Toilet Seta
Manicuro Sets in Ebony
Manicuro Sots in Art Silver
Gentlemen's Military Sots
Hand Mirrors in Ebony and
Ladies' Ha-d Bags oxclusivo
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
Capital $100,000 Surplus $25,000
L. D. Ricketts D. W. Wickersham T. A. PasCoe
A. T. Thomson H. S. Van Gorier
O. E. Milli E. M. Hurd Ph. Freudenthal
I. E. SolomoD
INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS
All Classes of Accounts Invited. Foreign Exchange at Lowest Rates
E. M. HURD, Manager
Thcro may bo other portions of our country better than old Ari
zona and Globe, but our hired mac says that ho has "been somo"
around tho different parts of this old globe, and is willing to bet his
best coca dog, that Globo can show moro sunshiny days, bigger moun
tains, richer mountains and valley?, moro prosperity, moro men of push
and pluck, mors handsomo ladies and fat babies than any other town
of its sizo on tho globe; and that wo havo better mines and bigger
mines, which aro worked by tho best miners and tho most fair minded
men, whero thcro is loss friction existing between man and man, than
can bo found in any old place yot known. And when vo talk real
estate wo can do so with a recommendation g?ined by past and present
facts that a enc-cyed man with little reason can see. Banks may sus
pend, and tho financial conditions run end wiso and crosswise, but
Glebe, with her mines, her men, hor climate and resources, is hero with
both feet and hero to stay. Now is your time to buy, If yon want to get
in tho best town of its sizo on tho map. Buying, selling, trading or
renting don't forget tho
Home Investment Real Estate Co.
JIM HOGUE, president, vice president, cashier, manager and hired man.
it ?j ,$ SX Xq2X,I I ,XtM$I'3iS23liSx
oily Delia Prinze StocK Co. i
"The Chorus Girl" I
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I Thrilling Melodrama in Four Acts f
Three Good Vaudeville Turns
Between the Acts
POPULAR PRICES, 25c. 35c and 50c
t Diamond ring given away Saturday night Save 4
i v your numbers 1
We Will Accept Bank Checks
Feeling tho utmost confidence in our
local banks, wo will accept in payment
for Merchandise also in settlement of
t bills due us
, Private Checks
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
'LEST WE FORGET"
At your Grocer
Never in tho history of this
storo wero wo better able to sup
ply tho demands of tho holiday
trado than today. Our extensive
stock now on display possesses
that happy combination of beau
ty, utility and ornamentation.
Tho price consideration is no
less attractive. Every article has
been marked in harmony with tho
times. "Wo want you to seo this
stock whether you contemplate
buying or not. Wo think its tho
best Xmas showing in the city.
Wo want your opinion.
Wednesday, December 18, 1907
THE QUALITY "STORE 8
"LEST WE FORGET"
'S TEAS AND
The Best Ever
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Magnificent Showing of Oilios.
Exg.uisito Cut Glass
Souvenir German Chinawaro
Rogers & Gallet's Toilet Articles
Huyler's and Rubidau3 Choco
lates and Bonbons.
Christmas Cigars in Attractive
Boxes of 25 each
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