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May 31, 1908
Pittsburg 1, Cincinnati 0,
Pittsburg , Cincinnati 1.
Hroohlyn 0, Now York 5.
Chicago 10, 8t. Louis 2.
Chicago 11, St. LouIh 2.
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:1;nrcr in cnnrgu oi wio local
of tlic reclamation service, ro-
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j'Hr Martini saying that the last stono
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S'r ralh v, ill bo drawing water from
.Men n ,,,'a,l,s aro !,'rcaJy gathering
..'the da"' TW,,1.V t0 bcR'n vrork ,nnkinK
a, They will bo turned looso
'tout Meadaj' and should finish' in two
L.is at the moot. It is-therefore safe
My that water will be turned into
Ive diti'liw on or before Juno 15.
Water will be out of tho canals but
, we!-k and tho farmers aro all in
llent condition to stand the short
ii & ll. f a Skvt.fi Iiia lnmi
All OI l"U "' uau uvu
their ground lor days past in
-.. fjir Tiirt iirv imrioii. in;
,,,i0re raisers will suffer most loss,
. . .- AnniniUXITlVAlv triUMll elmll
. , faet twit the great work which has
Zjriai so many men for long weary
. -jtfcs w at last completed and that
tvjr, wiil nover again bo any trouble
, '-h dams in lloodtimc.
la rast years tho valley has often
jn dry when thousands of inches of
.-r were rushing down Salt river,
lausc the dams had been torn out by
ti floods and they could not bo ro
eonstrwtcd fast enough to divert tho
jfe-giving fluid. But that timo is past
forever now. Tho Granite Reef dam
a to flimsy affair of a few bushes, but
0f mortar "aud stone which will last for
Boston 0, Washington 0.
Washington 7, Boston -h
Detroit G, Chicago a.
Afternoon game '
Detroit It, Chicago 5.
Cleveland 3, St. Louis G.
Cl'evelauQ G, St. Louis -1.
Portland 3, San Frisco 15.
Portland 4, San Francisco
Oakhunl 2, Los Angeles 3.
Oakland 3, Los Angoles 2.
ENGLISH PASTOE IIAS
PREACHER 0,000 SERMONS
i y " s
LONDON, May 30. Two monisters
con boast of such a remarkable record "
ns tho Kov. 'Thomas Lord, who has just
entered upou his 101st year.
Although ho is now freo from tho
eares of a pastorate, Mr. Lord has nover
ceased to preach. Only recently hu con
ducted two services at Wainilcet, while
on Kastor evening he preached at tho
Horneastlo Primitive Methodist chapel.
in tne course ot las long ana ener
getic life, Kov. Lord has preached moro
than 9,000 sermons, and addressed at
least 1,000, meetings in support of tern
pcrnnco and peace.
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1 V01'1- 1No-- 'j GLOBE. ARIZ., MAY 30, 1908 FIVECFNTS ' -iM
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GLOBE TO HAVE A
"tot reoreauon inuroiy.
"He c:"pht to play for money."
'I!c:ng a minister of the gospel,
lM be 3 G031' i0'""-
In His race. v '
"Why ibn't vou liko him?"
I d:a't knw; but there is always
,- r r 1 "s face that repels mo."
"F ( acj rrl e rotten cigiirs, that's'
ALA. DELEOAXES UNINSTRUCTED.
MONTGOMERY, Ala., May 30. The
democratic executives eommitteo met
hero today to county tho vote of tho
primary of May 8, which showed Bryan
won delegates to go instructed for him.
Speech is tho small change of silence.
To hopo and not bo impatient is really
Convictions aro generally first impres
sions sealed with lator prejudices.
No ridiculo knocks tho strength out of
tjs so thoroughly as our own.
Which is tho coward among us? Ho
who sneers at tho failings of humanity.
Women do not caro uncommonly for
tho men who love thorn, though they
liko proeious well to bo loved.
Tho dangor of a little knowlcdgo of
things is disputable; but bewaro tho lit
tle knowledge of ono's self.
To anchor tho henrt by any object
ero wb have half traversed tho world,
m youth's foolishness.
W. A. liege, An Expert Manufac
turer and Engraver To
Tho latest enterprise in tho mnnufnc
I turingjino is tho jowelry plant about
to bo installod in tho Globo Jewelry Co.
shop, for tho purpose of manufacturing
.any spociBl order; also their own -plain
nnd fancy rings, brooches, lockets, and
fancy diamond pieces..
Tho factory will be equipped with
tho latest machinery and will bo tho
only ono of its kind in tho territory.
Mr. Hogo was manager of one of tho
largest manufacturing firms in San
Francisco nnd hand.ts nothing but high
' Tho Globe Jewelry V-oni pa ny will sub
mit doaigns for any e ass of high grade
worK :reo oAeuargc,
Mr. Eafis, manager of our watch repair
ing department, is giving his entire atten
tion to that end of the business and is ready
-to receive the most complicated watches
that need repairing.
Our watch work is guaranteed in the fol
lowing manner: If it does not give abso
lute satisfaction, yqu get your money back.
Globe Jewelry Co.
NEW. STORY OF
0. K. Livery
3k ffl 4rM UP n La t
Genera) Livery and Feed Stables
Gaited Saddle Horses...Phone 481
QUICK SERVICE AND GOOD RIGS
PINTO CHEEK AND GIBSON STAGE TRI-WEEKLY
I Phone 481 W. P KEI.SEY, Mgr- Globe, Arikona
Three Bealrtiirul Com
plete Tableware Sets
Were Presented To
fives Last Week
, ' Threo good husbands came in tho
Globe. Jowelry eompnuy's store last
, wcok and solectcd comploto silver sots
for thoir wives. "One was in tho Chan
tllly' pattern, onen tho Virgtana and
.-tho othor in tho Buttercup.
,' Tho wives wore tickled to death, from
Just received three beautiful Electric
,Portnb'o Lamps in the brass and an
' Tho prices arc reasonable.. $17, $26
fancies in N
The Glass for all4he
people all the time-
Tho latest diamond-making bubblo
was fortunately pricked before tho en
terprising daily press had sufficient timo
to magnify it into n new sensation. It
was announced from Paris, tho homo of
chemical wizards, that a young scientist,
Aristidc Charetto by name, had suc
ceeded in producing minute diamonds of
tho Monssan variety by tho simple pro
cess of passing a very feeble electric
curront through a tnbo containing sul
phuret of carbon nud metals like iron.
Tho alleged discovery was exploited be
fore the Paris Academy of Science by
the secretary of that body, and tho
members of tho academy seemed so im
pressed that two experts from among
them wero appointed to. examine tho
crystals and report the result of their
investigation. The exports set to work
and promptly reported that the crystals! -tw fft-jr
wero not diamonds, thus spoiling with ,iVloiJ
unusual hasto another sensational story j
of diamond manufacture.. It would t
seem, indeed, as if the ambitious pro-'
ject to manufacture diamonds of com- R AIDirY'rC
morcial sir.o was still quito visionary, -iiA- i 1 J
and this opinion was recently expressed J
in a lecture on tho subject by no less an j
nuinoruy inan sir. ueo. jrjvunz, mo TT7TT D7r7C
eminent American expert von this hu1i- y JtLlJ-j ii IlNv5
irt.it Tim m.innlnili .i, .1 nmn.l !.. ..till I
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"Jream. rFOITl $1 10 Z.5U ,
The largest and best
assortment ever seen in
From $1 to $10
From 1 to 3
Nappies, $2 to $10
Vases, - $4 to $8
Sets, - 10 to $35
I Have your watch
. cleaned at. ?
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GENTS' ADMISSION, 25c
Finest White Ma-
Floor in the
Best of order
No rouerh skating
We reserve the
right to refuse
admission to ob
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Globe Commercial Store
GET YOUR STRAW HAT TODAY
.EVERY SRAW HAT MUST GO-$2,.00, $2.50,
w-uo $3.50 and $4.00 SQRAWS ALL GO TODAY AT
Special to tho Silver Jiclt.
INDIAN HOT SPBINCIS, May, :i0,
C. E. Bacon left for Tucson this morn-
J. O. Oldficlil will return to Gloho
Huh evening. Ho has recovered from
hm recent attack of rheumatism.
Mrs. W. N. IJryan of Kelvin is taking,1
tho baths for rheumatism.
John T. llrickwood, maj'or of No
gales, is a recent arrival.
Hichnrd Fleischer of tho Los Dos Na
cionas company of Nogalcs, is at tho
Springs for rest and recreation.
Miss Lou Bolton has returned to her
homo at Globe.
Wiley Holliday and Lyman Dodge of
Globo spent a, few days in Port Thomas
and at tho Hot Springs during tho past
week. They arc about to closo a deal
for the salo of their guano deposits in
tho Graham mountains.
Dolph Baatx of tho People's store at
Globo is at the Springs for a much need
John Preston of Globo spent Thurs
day in, Fort Thomas.
O. N. Creswcll, who was a delegate
to tho democratic convention at Tucson,
roturned to his hoipo in Fort Thomas
Among othors at tho springs aro
Geonjo Dalmolino, Lewis Gaiys, Joo
Poulich, of Globoj William Ijims, of
Safford, and T. G. Rafailovich, of Bis
Health and Beauty Hints
Straightening tho hair after washing
should bo carefully .done, caro being
taken not to. pull or break the hair.
Carelessness in combing the hair is re
sponsible for many broken hairs.
In tho case of epileptic fits, place
a folded handkerchief between the
teeth to prevent tho tongue from being
bitton. Place a pillow under tho head
and keep patient on tho floor, as they
will fall out of a chair or tho bed.
Your diet is a very important thing
if you wish to gain flesh. You should
oat cereals, baked potatoes, bread and
butter, bananas' and apples and all foods
containing starch or sugar. .Avp'd woll
ookod meats as much as possible, but
juicy steak or a broiled chop will not
hurt you. Be snro.that your digestion
is risht. Dyspepsia is often tho cause
of thinness. '
Id save tho great too of tho foot
wearing tjirongh tho hose too quickly,'
cut a pieco of chamois and shape it to
fit over tho too by sewing- two pieces
together in a manner similar to a
' child's moccasin.
For tender feet soak tho. feet every
night for at lesat ten minutes, and then
rub each toe, corn and callous with a
piece of fine pumico stone. Tho rub
bing should not bo continued to pain
fulness, of course, but tho friction will
remove much of tho old skin. In tho
morning, before putting on stockings
and shoes, cover each corn and callou?
with a corn plaster, enlarging tho hole,
if necessary, so that tho feet shall sur
round, but not press tho spot.
Hero are boiiio beauty rulcsjirescrib
ni w ; f"-noii ncc!Jilist: "Ml who
desiro a clear skin must givo the skin
an air bntu daily. This means to sit
with tho clothes off for an hour a day,
with tho sun playing upon tho body.
A 'warm sun parlor is oiiq of the absp
Into requisites of this daily skin bath.
Give your feet an air bath twico a day.
Take off your shoes and stockings and
Weak women should road my "Book sit with vonr ft'ot baro' "t"'R t,ici"
No. 4 for Women." It was written "Pon an ohl-iasiuonca loot warmer or
oxniavh fn- women who aro not wol' "Pon il 1)aK 0I 110t sanu or even "Pon
Tho Book No. 4 tolls of Dr. Snoop's
There's many a club that has risen and
With a star-shooting, heavy thud,
And from the days of Adam down,
Somo clubs got stuck in mud.
Now a hickory club in tho handsof one
Who frowns with angry air
Will cut somo mud if a hefty thud
Is phictd upon tho hair;
lucre's a blackthorn club on Erin's Isle
Which has won rcknown and fame,
And ninny's the head at Donnybrook
Got broken' in tho game.
But tho club in Globe ah, what's the
To dolvo in logic lore?
To scan tho lines of musty tomes
Until our eyes aro sore?
For a christening name for our now
(That club which struck our town.)
It raised a smilo on classic brow
To a grin without a frown.
Sahara pertaining to deserts, winds
and sand; Egyptian.
Guro pertaining to gutteral; heavy,
Agua liquid condensed by naturo's
Tho threo words abroviatcd as used
by remnants of tho Egyptian and Latin
races, degenerated through timo's ac
tion, via Mexican and Indian transla
tion, mean mud.
J. WATT IIOGUB.
All persons Indebted to tho Monarch
Clothing company plcaso call at Max
Lantin & Bro. Clothing Store.
Just received. New lino of Sombre
roV, 50c to $1.50. Achcnbach's Exclusive-
For s bum or seald apply Chamber
Iain's Salve. It will allay the pain al.
most instantly and quickly heal the in
jured parts. For sale by all druggists.
Tho season Is now open at tho Indian
Hot Springs. Special round-trip tickets
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
'Night Curo" and just how thoso sooth
ing, healing, antiseptic suppositories can
bo successfully applied. Tho nook, and
strictly confidential medical advico is
a rubber hot-water bag. All who desire
a nico throat and neck must sit with
tho htroat and neck baro part of the
day. The necks of morning dresses
should bo cut low and to a pointtnnd
entirely frcejv Write Dr. Shoop, Iincino, tb. thront aml clnn must D0 si-nnu
Wis. Tho Night Curo is sold by Palace a,reu- innK uurts Ul "eB" 0l luu
and Globo Pharmacies.
Tho Blacksmiths' Strike.
Last timo tonight at tho Iris.
All persona indebted to tho Monarch
x Clothing company plcaso call at .Max
Lantin & Bro. Clothing Storo.
Tho Blacksmiths' Strike.
Last timo tonight at tho Iris.
Canvas awnings Globo Balnt Co.
nock liko covering it with starched col
lars and stift stocks." Looso clothing
is a requisite of tho skin bath. In Paris,
whero a woman simply must be lovely,
thoy arc taking a now kind of beauty
treatment. Instead of dressing in or
dinary everyday, clothing, or even in
tho comfortablo negligee, they wear
some looso drapery, and thus they give
tho skin a chance.
Thcro is no moro grevious sight, as
thoro is no greater perversion, than a
wiso man at tho mercy of his feoliilgs.
DOUGLAS, May 30. Tho International-American
has learned from a
source' which may bo relied upon as cor
rect that it is tho intention of the
Greeno-C'ananca company to resume pro
duction about the middle of June. It is
believed that tho beginning will bo with
orily two furnaces at first and that tho
full resumption will bo gradual.
, This will bo good news to Douglas
and other towns along the border which
in tho past shared tho trado of the big
Sonora copper camp. It is not believed
that tho force at Cananea in tho future
for somo timo to como will amount to
what it was in tho past, but tho re
sumption of production will givo work
to a number of additional men and it
will go a long ways to build up confi
dence in the early resumption of the
maximum paco of the" copper industry
in that section.
j The Globe Hardware Co.
1V.W. Ill J-.'.-.J 1 iiH ! J A 1 J - L - .i-LUHl. j
As an author Anthony Trollopo
ccived $500,000 during his lifetime.
BSnHfe.:' -v ,-B
It Will Be to Your
To have- your clothes raado in Globe.
I employ the best workmen and Lave
now in my employ a No. 1 cqatmaker,
who was, recently with tho big hoaso
of Bullock & Jones, San Francisco.
A new etock f fln0 pieco goods
suit and trpuscr patterns just in. So
if yon needamy clothing have it mado
in Globe. 'X'cuis for fino tailoring,
J. W. WALTER
Bear of Ingran
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