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jgfltuTday. May 30, 1908
DAILY ARtZOM SILVER B6LT
J. N. Robinson.
A, J. McKinnon
a. O. Simmons.
j N. rortor.
D. W. Wickorshara
p. P. Groer
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital $100,000 SurplUS $100,000 Shareholders Liability $100,000 Pnlted States, Territorial, County and City Depository.
D. W. Wickersham I. E. Solomon J. N. Robinson
W. A. ITolt E. B. GrHer Ph. Frendenthnl
f. N. Porter O. P. Solomon J. B. Newman
S. L. Gibson P. p. Greer
A DAY'S DOINGS IN ARIZONA
RITHER DIE THAN
RUSSIAN THREATENS SUICIDE H
rORCID TO GO BACK TO NATIVr
LANDWAS NOT ABLE TO PAY
TUB HEAD TAX.
caught the third on his way to Bisbee
and placed him under arrest. The man
'Begged to be allowed to stay In the
United States, reciting the terrible
hardships which ho had suffered prior
to and sinco leaving his native land.
When informed that the law forbade
his coming into the country and that it
could not bo deviated from ho stated
'hat bo nould continue to cross the lino
mtil he was successful in eluding tho
ifticcrs. With an air of grim deter
nination ho finally said that ho in
tended to stay in tho United States,
ivon if he had to throw himself in front
if a railroad train and leave his corpso
XI m iN, May 29. Probably the
Kojt v ,ful case that has ever come to
tbf a -ntion of tho local immigration
offiii't s that of a Russian who was
on M Ja arrested by Inspector Joner
ia b i return across tho international
bour i after ho had been deported
und" 'ho pauper alien elauso of the
13im g aUon laws. The man is deter
mine t get into tho United States at
,o- ' two weeks ago four Russians
rrc . rested in this city by inspectors
tonD" d with tho local office when
tbet wire unablo to show receipts for
their nead tax, although just coming
from 'Mexico. They pleaded ignorance
of tUf 'aw and the case was lefcrrcd
to tbf secretary of the department,-who
direct-1 that they be allowed to stay in
tie country on payment of tho head
tax One was able to pay tho tax and
the fers were not, so were therefore
Thi Importation took place- on May
19 ai 1 on May 20 two of the men
sen- rearrested at Bisbee. They were
broiiR!)' here and are now in the deten.
On Mmday morning Inspector Jones
The senior class of Mesa will present
'he "Maneuvers of Jane" this even-
Phoenix is to bo resurveyed and o
new fire map made for insuranco pur
poses. New rates urc promised by th(
mderwriters after this work is completed.
Miss Broadbrook, matron of tho Flor
nce Crittenton homo at Phoenix, bat
ono to Detroit as adelegnto to the n:i
vional Crittcuton Home convention,
Juno 3 to 5.
11. J. Groce, colored, who murderer
his wife in November, 1906, in Tucson
was Wednesday sentenced to death b
Tudgo Campbell. He wilLbc hanged
Tho board of regents, faculty and
sraduatintr class of the University of
Arizona have issued invitations ami
programs of their commencement week
VAN DYKE GRANITE WARE
Is unapproached by any other of its kind. Our line is
complete. If you will look it over you will find many
handy articles that you ought to have. We are sole
agents for this ware in Globe.
Guns, Revolvers and Ammunition
The Globe Hardware Co.
O. K. Livery Stables
General Livery and Feed Stables
Gaited Saddle Horses...Phone 481
QUICK SERVICE AND GOOD RIGS
PINTO OltaXK AND 9W60H 8TAOE THI-WEEKLY
Phone 481 W. P. KELSEY, Mgr. Globe, Arizona
The Modern Way
Tha erection of buildings by manufac
tured atone blocks ifl CHEAPEST,
STRONGEST, SAFEST, COOLEST,
Hollow Cement Blecks and Cement Brick
Estimates Cheerfully and Promptly Furnished.
J. THORNTON PRICE
BOX 631 RESIDENCE 110 8. PINS
We Buv and Sell Stocks In
All Markets On Commission
THE H. H. BRU CO.
TRUST BUILDING GLOBE, ARIZONA
City Grocery and Produce
Fresh Vegetables Daily Fresh Fruit
Famous Brand Monarch Canned Goods On Hand
Thatcher Butter Valley Eggs All Kinds of Cheese
We warrant satisfaction, we are here to stay and
Oliver the roods. Three Doors North of P. O.
exercises. Tho program covers five
dayH from May 29 to Juno 3, and in
cludes many interesting nnd classic
Maricopa Automobile club will mnko
a run from Phoenix to Franito Reef
today. About twenty-flvo autos will bo
Tho PrcMOtt Street Railway company
has refused to run cars over their tracks
to West Prescott, and as n result ttho
Journal-Miner says their 'franchise is in
Rain is badly needed on tho -sheep
ranges in tho northern part of tho territory.
The heirs of George W. Sanders, who
was killed by the Phoenix Stieet Rail
way company six years ago, have been
awarded $5,000 damages. This is the
limit of recovery allowed by the terri
Citizens of Yavapai county arc form
ing an organization to co-operate with
tho county commissioners in building a
system of. good wagon roads throughout
Uio countv. ''
Postmaster Cndwell of Douglass has
been reappointed for another term.
Hot tamnle luncheons seem to bo a
fad nmong tho elite in the cities of tho
territory. Tho new species of refection
jhould bo inexpensive, if nothing more.
Xcw copper ore discoveries of -great
richness aro exciting the people of
Qunrtzlto nnd a rush to that district
Phoenix barbers aro petitioning tho
city council asking for an ordinance
prohibiting the practice of tho tonsorial
art on the Sabbath dav.
Sunday night burglars entered tho
3tore of I). A. Taj lor at Bnkervillo and
carried away goods to the valuo of $150.
Felicita Solas, a Mexican, was badly
stabbed in a fight at Bisbee. His as
sailant tried to make a getaway, but
was caught at Xaco.
Ramon 8. Juardo, a pioneer of Bis
bee, is dead of Bright 's disease.
The Silver King saloon in Bisbee was
entered by burglars the afternoon of
election clay and robbed of $50.
Louis C. Miller, a paroled prisoner
from tho territorial penitentiary at
Yuma was taken into custody at Bisbee
on a complaint charging him with falso
registration in connection with the city
electiou. Should Miller bo found guil
ty of the charge, it is probable that bo
will bo taken back to prison to serve
the remaining portion of his sentence
which is said to bo several years.
Invitations nnd program havo been re
ceived by the Silver Belt announcing
commencement week of tho Northern
Arizona Normal school at Flagstaff. The
program is made up of many interest
ing literacy events and covers tho cu
tire week beginning Juno 1.
According to the annual report of tbo
ccrctary of tho interior, recently pub
lished, conditions in Arizona arc stead
ily improving. There has been n grad
ual in crease in population, which is
now estimated at 185,000. The finan
cial condition is better than ever be
fore. Taxablo property has increased
in the last three years from $45,000,000
to $77,000,000, nnd the rate of taxation
has decreased. There i sno difficulty in
more than caring for thecurrent ex
penses of tho territory and tbo retire
ment of its bonded indebtedness.
The organization and use of the ran
gers have been most satisfactory in
the enforcement of law and order.
The annual school census taken in
May of last year, gave 33,107 as tho
number of children of school ago (0 to
21 years) in tho territory. The total
number of children enrolled in the
schools was 25,370. This apparently
would indicato that nearly 8,000 chil
ilren tall to attend sctiooi; uut it is
explained that most pupils finish school
at about tho age of 18, although they
arc enumerated iu the school census un
til thoy nre 21. Practically all of tho
children who attend no school arc of
Mexican parentage. To remedy tho evil
of non-atentlanoe at school the lato
legislature enacted a law which makes
attendance compulsory under sever pen.
nlties for parents and guardians. There
were 293 school districts, employing C20
teachers; JOS men and 518 women. The
average monthly salary paid the men
teachers was $93.30; for women it was
Not only is tho mining wealth devel
oping very rapidly, but the agricultural
possibilities havo been enormously in
creased by tho development of irriga
tion projects and tho experiments in
Call Phone 171
For Barclay, Higdon & Co.'s now
Landau. It rides delightful.
Tho recent terms of court held
throughout the territory have served to
greatly increase tho patronago of the
penitentiary. In a letter received by
tho board of control from Superintend
ent Rynning, it is. stated that there are
now 425 inmates of the institution.
A Mexican named Pedro Tanori drop
ped dead of heart's disease in a wood
camp near PrescOtt Monday.
Work on tho electric transmission lino
at Phoenix is reported to bo progress
ing in good shape. Eight miles of wiro
havo already been strung.
SLANDERER C. W. NORTH
OF PRESCOTT MUST SERVE
THREE MONTHS IN THE PEN
YUMA, May 29. That tbo command,
"Thou shalt not bear falso witness
against thy neighbor," is of effect in
Arizona was demonstrated yesterday
when Sheriff J. R. Lowry and B. F.
Winn brought C. W. North to Yuma to
sorvo a scntonco of throo months for
heaping calumny upon the head of T. J.
Nolan, ono of tho best and most highly
respected citizens of Yavapai county.
North is tho only man in tho Arizona
penitentiary who is serving a sentence
for libel. Mr. Nolan is a merchant of
Prescott and ho was able to prove
through a jury of twelve men that the
unlovely things related of him by North
wero malicious slanders.
NOT IN THE TRUST
Independent and alono. Call and
examine- for yourself.
Live or dressed.
BEST FORK AND BEEF
JACK COLLINS. Manager
Edmund T. Satchel!
Assayer and Chemist
41 BROAD fJTBEET P O. Box K
"Health Coffoo' u? really tho closest,
Coffee Imitation over yot produced. This
clover Coffeo Snbstituto was recontly
produced by Dr. Shoop of Racino, Wis.
Not a grain of real Coffeo in it either.
Dr. Shoop 'rf Hoalth Coffoo is mnde from
pure toastod grains, with maltfi nnts,
otc. Really it would fool an export
who might drink it for Coffee. No SO oi
30 minutes todlonu boiling. "Made in
a minute" say tho doctor. Sold by
Morehead & Lnnn.
O 'Brine the blacksmith. 100 Hill at.
A Summor Scnool.
blisses Nellie Allen and Urna McKon
zio will open a summor school in' tho
Contral school building, Monday, June
9; sessions to last until August 14.
Hours. 9 to 1. no intermission. Tuition
$3.00 per month.
GLOBE COLLECTION AGENCY
JAMES R. GIBSON, Manager
Woolen Skirts at
Panama and Brilllantinea.
lino of sizes
i! Hi !tiik
ili Oil vl r
Voilo and Silk Skirts
Rosnlar, $11.00 to 817.50.
Today, 89.00 to $15.00
THE W. W.
P. O.'Box 399 Trust Building, Room 27
403-423 N. Broad.
The Pioneer Produce Market
PROVISIONS for PARTICULAR PEOPLE
i"tf'M't MM ft '
Fresh Every Day
CHERRIES, large and
BLACKBERRIES, for the
table and cooking.
APRICOTS, first of the
GRAPE FRUIT, Choice
RH'JBARB, the string
NEW POTATOES, best
CABBAGE, crisp, solid
CUCUMBERS, large and
TOMATOES, sweet and
better than now.
All the Time
FANCY PICKLED SAR
DINES. CANNED DELICACiES,"
HONEY, pure. and
unexcelled by the
product of any oth
I MANY OTHER SEASONABLE RELISHES
PHONE YOUR ORDER, WE DO THE REST
THE PIONEER PRODUCE MARKET
I 433 NORTH BROAD
B 1 tf ft "" ""' li..fcilfit Hi !, 1. 1. ! 1 t.J A !.., f f f f. f . ..fri j j j j u
means tho "roal thing with ns,
and when you onco taste It all
doubts will bo immediately dis
pelled. It will be tender and
most delicious, Juicy and de
lightful, and when you want tho
real thing in meats of any kind,
remember that that Is the only
kind dealt In by
The Pioneer Market
El Paso, Texas
ROOMS 75c, $1.00 and $1.60
Conducted in accordance with thv
unitary laws of the State of Texas,
'ho best equipped restaurant in the
Southwost. Headquarters for stock
nen and mining men. '
CHAS. ZEIDER, Prop.
SATURDAY SPECIALS-Shirt Waists, $1.00 to $6.50
W. B. CORSETS
Long known as best, now bet
tor than ever. Covers In ba
tiste and silk, reinforced by
Btrong stitching, cloth cut es
pecially to preserve its
strength. Rust-proof, straight
front, with or without support
ers. For comfort and durabil
ity thoy are superior to all
other kinds. $1.2C to $4.60.
f a ufv 'vwhvi
You have had your collars como
homo with an edgo liko a saw I
Yon havo had yonr buttonholes
break out as brittle as a pio
crust! Yon havo had your shirt
split half Its length when yon
pulled It over your bead. But all
that can be avoided if you have
your work dono at
The Globe Steam Laundry
IT'S SO DIFFERENT.
"A girl Is only a girl, but a
good cigar is a smoke." HA
VANA CIGARS, BOX OF 60,
81.25. Why pay 10c for your
cigars when you can buy a box of
60 excellent cigars, with pleasant
aroma and flavor, equal to what
your dealer sells at 10c, direct
from manufacturer for 81.25? A
cigar you can offer your friends;
send 81.25 for trial box of 50. I
will roceivo your repeat orders,
1314 St. Nicholas Avenue,
StotoAch tronbla Is but a symptom of. and not
in iueli a true dtecaje. We think of Dyspepsia,
Heartburn, and Indigestion m real diseases, yet
they aro symptoms only o! a certain specifla
Nerve ilolmcs nothing elio,
U tim this fact that first correctly led Dr. Shocp
in the creation of that now very popular Stomach
Remedy Or. Snoop's Restorative. Going direct
to the stomach nerves, alone brought that success
and favor to Dr. Shoop nnd his Restorative. With
out that original and highly vital principle, no
such lasting accomplishments were evor to bo hod.
For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, bad
hreath and sallow complexion, try Dr. 8hoop's
HestoraUve Tablets or Liquid ana see for your
self what It can and will do. We soil and cheer
F. L JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE: 174 S. Broad St
RESIDENCE: 346 S Hill St.
151 N. Broad
BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO.
Single and Double Teams
Saddle Horses Hay, Grain & Coal
A Specialty mad of Fine Livery Rigs