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DAIU ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Tuesday, December 31, 907i
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Vines and Liquors
REDUCED ROUND TRIP
One lowest first class fare and one third for the
round trip between all points on the Pacific System
and to El Paso including R-anch Lines.
Christmas Tickets Dec. 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 1907.
January 2, 1908.
Stop Overs will not be permitted
For further particulars
8 Southern Pacific Co. or E. G. HUMPHREY,
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GROCERIES, FUEL and FEED
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and Sidewalk Reinforced
Estimates on Buildings
. Promptly Furnished
Two-story Concroto Block House, West
of Globo Lumber Yard. P. 0. Box 221.
W. II. Key, photographer, has pur
chased the romaindor of enlarged pic
tures from Mrs. D. McMahon. All par
ties who havo not received their pic
tures will call at Key's studio and you
may havo them at a big discount. Also
havo u nice lot of up-to-dato frames.
Will let them go at half price. Call at
Don't Miss It.
Tonight is your last chanco to seo tho
fino show at the Iris. Entire ehango of
program Wednesday night.
Ladies' of Pocahontas nro requested
to moot at Mrs. C. K. Taylor's residonco
Friday evoning, January 3.
Spend Now Year's afternoon at tho
Coney Island hearing tho roturns of tho
Is one of Globe's oldest and, beet
known cafes; everything first-class In
his line. Call and bo convinced. -
stocK has arrived
time to supply every
Globe. BEST STOVES AT
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At tho Iris.
The program tlia't is being presented
at tho Jru is deserving of tlii large
.wds it has been rawkii,' Sunday
mglil was chnngo night m I Franklin
k Lyndon offered a now act in which
Mr. Franklin dies IubIi co'no!y instead
f blackface. This act plcaso-l tho kco
plo equally as well as their previous
offort and won curtain calls. II. J.
Woods, tho clover bagpnncher, also add
cd some now stunts in his interesting
act and made another hit with tho
audience.' Billy Cummings has a beau
tiful illustrated song which ho sings
in his usunl artistic manner. There
nro two now moving pictures which
complcto a very entortaining program.
Tho samo bill will bo repeated tonight.
Beginning Wednesday, there will bo
a complcto ehango, with Barnes and
West as tho vaudovillo feature.
Now Year's Danco.
Given by Fraternal Brotherhood at
Maurcl Hall, Tuesday, Dec. 31, 1907.
dmisslon $1. Ladies freo. Best of
music. Everybody cordially invited.
How About Your Insurance?
Don't wait until tho houso burns
down boforo you think of insurance. Seo
Moore & Feland about it at onco, Home
Printing Building. tf
Don't Miss It.
Tonight is your Inst chnngo to seo tho
fino show nt tho Iris. Entiro ehango of
program Wednesday night.
Wo aro soiling an excellent grado of
coal at 812 per ton. Delivered to any
part of tho city. Olobo Hardware Co.
Wo frame pictures. Naquin & Co.
r Fuel Supply Now
SHORT STORIES OF THE CITY
Monoy In Sight Tho genial huBtlor
in tho grocery business Charles Pollard,
lt Inft fjit r xtfril ' ifnnnflnn tti fill
ll"- f" ,vi y nvwft iiu (tdtwii v"w
mountains and says that ho and cigars
havo got to part; company. Anyone
seeing an Havana intertoring with his
countenance upon his return will plcnso
remind him of an irrevocable pledge on
tho part of Mr. Pollnru to give as a
penalty tho sum of $100 as a donation
to the now Minor's union rending room.
Passing of a Ploneor QramVpa Wish,
a pioneer citizon of tho Giln valley,
aftor a lingering illness, passed away
at his homo in SnlTord, Saturday. De
ceased leaves n wife and several cliil
dron, Mrs. Will Roundy of this city be
ing a dnughter. Tho funeral services
wcro conducted on Sunday.
Crowded Court Room Trial of tho
enso of tho territory vs. GcoTgo Berry,
charged with threatening to do bodily
harm to Mrs. Adolo Borry, was begun
in tho justice court of Judge Hinson
Thomas yestordny. Kino witnesses wero
examined and further hearing was post
poned until today at 3 p. m. Attorney
fleorgo K. Froneh is appearing for the
prose'utiou and Attorney Whitcher for
Thrown from Buggy Pasqunl Nigro
was thrown from his buggy yesterday
in front of Ryan's store, becauso of a
sharp turn mado by his horse. Ho was
taken home, whore his injuries wero at
tended. It is not thought they will re
School .Opens Tho Globo public
schools opened yestordny morning after
tho holiday vacation. Tho vacation was
only for a week instead of two weeks
this year becauso of tho weok's vaca
tion had nt the timo o ftho territorial
instituto at Phoenix in November.
Smeltor Foreman Resigns J. C. Salis
bury, who has been general smelter
foreman at the Old Dominion for three
years and a half has resigned his po
sition and leaves today for his former
home, Pueblo, Colorado., accompanied
by his wife. He will cngago in business
there. Mr. Salisbury is succeeded by
George Davis, who has been assistant to
him for three years pnst.
New Year's Roccptlon.
Cards aro out for n reception on the
evening of Now Year's day at the
homo of Dr. and Mrs. Roderick D. Ken
nedy. Mrs. Kennedy will be assisted
by Mesdnmes Vnn Wagenen, Hurd,
Fisk, Sucll, Cushman and Sturgeon and
the Misses Van Wagenen and Santee.
W. W. Brookncr spent Sunday nt
San Carlos, where ho is interested in
J. N. Porter returned Sunday even
ing from a business trip to El Paso,
where ho spent several days.
C. D. Rcppy, right of way agent for
the Gila Valley road is transacting
busines in the city.
W. II. Wheeler and J. B. Small of
tho Randolph lines returned to Tucson
M. and Mrs. T. A. Pascoo returned
last evening from Indinn Hot Springs,
whero they spent several pleasant
Charles Coates of Colorado Springs,
Colo., who spent several days here, left
yostcrday morning for Tucson and Phoc
nix. Attorney C. L. Rawlins of the firm of
Rawlins k Littlo has returned from a
brief business visit in El Paso on le
Tom Hind, who has been in charge of
the construction of tho new Gila Valley
roundhouse, left yesterday for Guay
II. B. Nelson, genoral manager of the
Crown Point Copper company, came in
from Crowley yesterday to spend New
Years in tho city.
P. A. Johns of Prescott'is a visitor
in tho city, arriving hero Sunday even
ing. Mr. Johns is interested in mining
and is here to take a look at tho Globe
Dr. II. S. McGco returned last even
ing from Douglas, whero ho spent
Christmns with Dr. Wright, who is in
charge of the C'nlumnt hospital in thai
Superintendent C. C. Mallard went
down to Bowie yesterday morning, re
turning on tho ovening train. Ho
brought back a largo wild turkoy which
some admiring friend presented hiin
Dr. T. Shields Collins, a pioneer
resident and former practitioner of
Globe, arrived in tho city Sunday
evening from Los Angeles, whero ho is
now making his home. Ho will remain
for about a week on mining business.
We frame picturos. Naquin & Co.
Direct wins from ringsido of tho At
toll and Moran fight at Friscor-Hear
roturns at Conoy Island, Now Year's
day. First report 2:30 p. m.
Steal Big Safo in Daylight.
Tho nerviest robbery that has come
to light in many a day was mado pub
lic yesterday by Cohen & Co., who
havo a fur emporium on tho top floor
nt 15 East Fifteenth street. In broad
daylight a week ago a heavy safc-mov'
ing truck manned by four meu backed
up to tho curb. Ono of tho men placed
"danger" signs on tho sidewalk whilo
tho others went to tho roof and rigged
a block and tncklo over ono of Cohen's
A fow moments later tho big two
tori safe belonging to tho firm was
swung out of tho window nnd lowered
to tho street, whilo Kho policeman on
post stood innocently by warning away
Tho lowering of tho safe was done
in an expert manner, with no apparent
effort nt haste. Tho safe was londed
upoD tho truck and tho four men drovo
off with it aftor carefully removing
their block and tackle and danger signs.
A member of tho firm who enmo
around half an hdur after tho truck had
disappeared found that the door had
been forced with a jimmy. Ho could
not irangino what had become of the
safe until ho talked with his neighbors.
New York World.
HANNA'S DRUG STORE
FICFI I FIIT IUY
IN STOCK IfET
Call Money Rate Higher, But
Advance Not as Violent as
NEW YORK, December 30. As the
eventful finnncial year drew toward tho
close there was nctivity in stocks today.
Tho call money rato wont higher, but
the advance was not as violent ns fear
ed. Tho finnncial discount receded sharp
ly in London and an early reduction in
the Bank of England official rato is con
sidered assurrcd. Berlin nlso marked
down its discount rate and there was a
violent decline in tho sterling rato in
Paris. The day's gains were fully main,
All Boston and curb stocks wcro high
er. Old Dominion closed nt 29.75 and
Globo Consolidated closed at C.50 bid, 7
BUI FEW GASES
OF FUGUE LEFT
Gradually Being Eradicated in
Frisco by Destruction of Rats
SAN FRANCISCO,' December 30.
With only seven cases of plague re
ported during tho month of December
and but thrco cases remaining under
treatment at the isolation hospital, the
bubonic plague, in San Frarfcisco is al
most eradicated ,as tho result of tho
vigorous sanitary campaign conducted.)
during tho past four months by the
United States Marino Hospital service
under tho direction of Dr. Rupert Blue,
with tho co-operation of tho local health
authorities. It is estimated that 130,
000 rats have been destroyed in four
months. Of this number 111,391 wero
examined by a bacteriologist nnd found
to bo infected.
"Tho situation is greatly improved,"
said Blue today. "Our campaign
against rats nnd fipns which is the modo
of transmission, has been effective de
spite the apathetic attitude of the peo
ple of San Frnncisco, somo of whom
have been inclined to hospitality to
ward us for tho work that wo. are do
ing." For Sale, For Rent and Furnished
Room cards for salo at the Silvor Belt
oflico. 10c each, 3 for 25c.
Revolvers Mado Into a Stovo.
A big batch of firearms, mostly re
volvers of cheap make, aro not to bo
sold nt auction or given into tho hands
of reckless persons by Municipal Judge
Cameron, but will bo put into a crucible
and cast into a stove tor the court room.
Tho weapons aro those taken from
prisoners, mostly young men, who have
been captured by the police. No re
volvers taken from prisoners aro return
ed, unless tho circumstances warrant
such action, and in tho courso of a
year there is gathered in a largo lot
of guns of all styles. Thcro being no
placo to keep these and there being
nothing for which to keep them, it has
been decided to sell them to John Mon
tag, who has agreed to mako thorn into
a courtroom stove. Portland Oregoniun.
Lottcr Remains Uncalled For.
A letter addressed to Anton Bruck
ner, tho Austrian composor, who died
some years ago, is unclaimed at Car
negio Hall. The performance of ono
of Bruckner's symphonies by tho Bos
ton Symphony Orchestra was not re
ceived with any noticeable signs of
delight by tho public, whilo tho critics
had littlo to say in its favor, Ono
smnll voice of praiso was heard, how
ever. So a clipping bureau cut out this
commendatory criticism and inclosed it
in an onvclopo addressed to Anton
Bruckner, Carncgio Hall, with a prom
iso to keep him supplied with all sim
ilar clippings if ho subscribed to tho
bureau. Now York Sun.
"If elected," said tho orator, "it
shall bo my effort to protect tho un
scrupulous from tho poor and weak
cr a "
Tho effect of his ringing poriods was
lost forover. Puck.
"Yes, sho keeps all of ,hor monoy in
ono of her stockings."
"Then sho hasn't saved much."
"Sho's a Boston girl, isn't sho?"
Cleveland Plain Dealor.
New Year's Gi
The White House
5C1 N. BROAD ST.
Men's nnd Boys' Caps, Averc 75c,
whilo they last- $ ,
Men's White Linen Cuffs, nil sizes
nnd styles, 23c and 35c quality,
sizo Excelsior Mattresses, cot
ton toj), now 3
Men's Linen .Dusters, $2 quality,
now .. 1
Collars, b'izcs lij to 18, two for a
quarter grade, now 3 for
Men's Bibbed Underwear, winter
weight, per garment
Men's Work Shirts
Misses' All-wool Underpants..
Good lino of Work Gloves.
Men's 75c Leather Belts -
Men's $1 Leather Belts
Wilson Bros. Whito Stiff Bosom
Shirts, $1.35 grade, now
$1.75 grade, now
Men's Colored Golf Shirts, big line,
$1.25 grade, now.. a
New Line of Up-to-Dato Hats,
"How did vour dinner agree with
"Quito miserably, thank you."
"May have been the sauerkraut."
"No; it was tho pie. That was the
unkindest cut of all."
Commencing Sunday December 29.
An exciting picture
"Somebody Waiting for Me"
In Dutch Monologuo
"Tho Rosc3 That Grow Outride the
Dear Old Maid Sketch
"Ten Years, Oh Me, Oh My"
tl. S. Duncan andS. II. Boclim, Props.
Theatora on Iris ctrcult: Bisbee,
Globe, Morenci, Nogalcs, Tucson, Ei
Paso and Cananea.
"Tho Story of Hamlet"
"Tho Monk's Rovcngo"
H. G. WOODS
Tho clover bagpnncher with somo
FRANKLIN & LYNDEN
In a new comedy act.
Illustrated Song by
"Tho Street Fakir"
General Admission 20c
Roscrvod scats 25c
First Performance 7:30 p. m.
Second Performance 8:30 p. m.
Toilet Sets in Oxodizcd Art Silver
Toilet Sets in Silver and Ebony
Hand Painted Toilet Sots
Manicure Sets in Ebony
Manicnro Sots in Art Silver
Gentlemen's Military Sets
Hand Mirrors in Ebony and
Ladies' Had Bags exclusive
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
D. W. Wickersham
L. D. Ricketts
A. T. Thomson
C. E. Mills E. M. Hurd Ph. Frendenthal
I. E. Solomon
INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS
All Classes of Accounts Invited. Foreign Exchange at Lowest Bates
E. M. HURD, Manager
J. Watt Hoguo,
It is said that tho vulnerable point of Achillos was his heeL With
tho modern man it may lio In his head, his heart or his pocket book,
wrapped up in the figments of fame, burned to ashes upen the altars
jf love, or it may ncstlo In the luring embrace of gold; but in accord
ance to tho advancement of this old world, tho commercialism ol man
develops to a moro or less dogrco as tho pendulum of time swings, with
tho spirit of progress. Thcro has been all along through the hallway
of agos past, panics and many other obstacles in each ono's life to
mako or mar; to adlf in tho cni:iblo of timo, the weak from the
strong, and adjust in somo mysterious way for tho better. Wo aro out
hero in Arizona, and in Globo why? Because wo think that here is
presented a younger and richer country than to be found elsewhere.
Horaco Qrcoly one said, "Go west and buy land." Wo aro in the land
buying, selling and renting business. If you want to take his advice,
glvo us a call.
Home Investment Company
Manager and director.
'LEST WE FORGET"
At your Grocer
I CONFIDENCE J
1 We Will Accept Bank Checks
Feeling tho utmost confidence in our
local banks, we will accept in payment
for. Merchandise also in settlement of
bills duo us
Local Pay Roll Checks1, , ,f
Local Mining Companies Checks
Savings Bank Books
Onr banks aro absolutely sound, Don't
draw your money out. Pay bills by
of Appropriate New Year's Gifts
Novcr in tho history of this
store wcro we bettor ablo to sup
ply tho demands of tho holiday
trado than today. Our oxtensivo
stock now on display possesses
that happy combination of beau
ty, utility and ornamentation.
Tho price consideration is no
less attractive. Evory articlo has
been marked in harmony with tho
times. Wo want you to seo this
stock whether you conteniplato
buying or not. Wo think its the
best Xmas showing in tho city.
Wo want your opinion.
T. A. Pascoo "
H. S. Van Gordor I
James W. Hogne,
Vlco president and cashier.
Utility and hired man.
UPTON'S TEAS AND;
The Best Ever
THE "QUALITY" STORE
Magnificent Showing of Ollios.
Exquisito Cat Class
Souvenir German Chinawaro
Rogers & Gallot's Toilet Articles
Huyler's and Rubldaus Choco
lates and Bonbons.
Christmas Cigars in Attractive
Boxes of 25 each
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