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DAILY AttTZON A RILVEU BELT,
The following are a
few of the many bar
gains you will find in
15-Jawcl Walthcni Watch, 910
One Solid Gold Watch, $25.
Ouo 14-Karat Solid Gold Wal
tham Watches, size 12, for 925.
Ouo lot of 17-Jowel Waltham
Watches in dust and water proof,
10 sisa casoj, $'24.50.
Ono lot of eight-day Parlor
Clocks, worth $20; today, your
All kinds of Solid QM Ring
at greatly reduced prices.
DEUTS ON RAFT WITH DEAD.
Sole Survivor of Wreck Is Picked Up
MOBILK, Ala., November 3,
Bago received hero today by
lector of tho port states that
glan steamer TiftHs arrived
Arthur, Texas, today and reports pick
ing up at sea a raft having on boaul
Alexander Hjolm, tho solo survivor oi
the crow of the Auiorican uchooncr
Bculah McCabc. Sjolm reported that
his companions had died from exhaus
tion and starvation.
Tho raft was picked up 200 miles
southwest of the Bahamas. Sjolm re
ported that tho McCnba encountered a
hurricauo and foundored, and every
thing and every soul on board went
down with tho oxcoption of himself and
tho dead men.
TWO KILLED IN "BEAR TRAP"
Oavo-in at Government Dam at Wheel
ing Crushes Workmon.
Mindlin Jewelry &
437 N. Broad St.
WHEELING, W. Va., Novcmbor 3.
Tho falso work of tho "bear trap" at
Government Dam No. 13 on tho Ohio
river, at MeMechin, a suburb, gave
way this nf tornoon and Martin "Suport
and Frank Walling wero buried under
twenty-five feet of gravel.
Twenty men hhd left tho pit only
ten minutes before, otherwise thuy
would havo been killed. Tho bodice of
tho two killed woro horribly crushed.
Tho loss to tho government contractors
will bo large.
ONE MOKE CHANCE.
To koo tho Cattle Hustlers at tho Iris
tonight. Entiro change tomorrow.
If you want W MS WW
THE FIRST TIME IN GLOBE,
COME EARLY IN THE
BEINGS IN LARGE FAMILY.
RUBBER TIRES SAVES HIS LIFE.
Woman With Twenty-Throe Children
Insulao Buggy When Horso Is Shocked ' Oomos to America With Eloven
to Dean. i of Them.
It isn't so difficult to strengthen a
treuk Stomach if ono goes at it correct
ly. And this is true of the Heart and
K'dnoys. Tho old fashioned way of dos
ing tho Stomach or stimulating tho
Heart or Kidneys is surely wrong! Dr.
Shoop first pointed out this orror, "Go
to tho weak or ailing norvea of these
organs," said he. Each inside organ
kas Its controlling or "inside nervo".
When theso nerves fail them thoso or
gans must suroly falter. Th's vital
truth Is loading druggists everywhorc
to dispenso and recommond Dr. Shoop'e
Restorative. A fow days will surely
tell! Sold by Palaco Pharmaoy.
THE CITIZEN'S BANK OP OLOBE
DOES A GENERAL BANKUTQ BUS
XNBSS AND SOLICITS YOVB AC
COUNT. 3. P. SUXLHNBBROBR,
TRENTON, N. J., Novcmbor 3. A
livo wire dangling looso from its fasten
ings caused tho death of a horso at
tached to tho cab of Williab Raublo,
but tho rubber tiros of tho vehicle
saved tho lifo of tho man. Tbi horso
camo in contact with tho wiro and
I dropped dead in its tracks.
j As tho wiro lay over tho horse, tho
man did not jump out onto tho wet
pavement, whero ho might have gotten
a shock. Secure in insulation from tho
rubbor wheels, ho stayed in tho vehi
cle until a trolley car came along and
the electrician sent to mend tho break
took tho wiro away from tho dead
NEW YORK. Novombor 3. Mrs.
Alico Damp, mother of twonty-threo
living childron, arrived horo from the
Islo of Wight, England, and. passed
through tho gatc3 at tho Battery yes
torday from Ellis Island with eloven
She was accompanied by five grand
children, hor daughter, Mrs.'-Georgo
Warner, nnd Mr. Warner.
Yon aro going to receive an invlta-
MAN USES AX TO MURDER.
BROTHER CHARLEY HAD MADE
FOR THE RETURNS.
Killa Brother-in-Law, Attacks Wifo and
JOI7NSON CITY, Tcnn., November
3. William Bales, 3.1, went to tho homo
of hin brother-in-law, Burnoy Baylcss,
here, and without a word of warning,
split Bayless' head open with an ar,
killing him instantly. Ho thon turned
on his own wife, who was visiting at
the Bayless home, and brained her with
tho same instrument.
Bale wan arrested and hurried to
jail. To control him it wns necessary
to tie him with a rope, and with this
ropo ho banged himeelf in his cell and
Bost of Telegraph Service Had Been
Installed at Homo of tho Judgo in
Cincinnati, and Friends Woro Invited
to Hear tho News.
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For genuine mntton, lamb and sheep
Tho Pioneer Meat Markot, M. C.
Bon no, Supt. Phono 351.
Special salo genuino Oregon City
Mils Wool Blankets at $2UJ0 , 3 and
$3.00. These soil regularly at $3 and
$G. McNeil 'a Furniture store.
tlon for the evening of Novambor 16. was dead when discovered.
Don't mako any other engagement. ! Tho causo. of tho tragedy
TRAVELS FAR TO CAST VOTE.
Baltimorcan Comes From Eon:? to Help
Elect Brother to Congress.
BALTIMORE. November 3. Tho
most oxpensivo voto cast in Baltimore
was that of John W. Garrett, secretary
of tho American legation in Rome, who
camo to exercise his right of fraiichtao
in favor of his brother, Robert Rarrett,
who wants to go to congress in place
of J. F. C. Talbot.
Thoro aro plenty of Baltimoreans in
tho city who did not register and more
who, though restored, did not voto.
This is by way of contrast.
Sewing naobines for ront nt J. P.
McNoiPs 1 iirnituro Store, opposite New
Miner's I nion building.
Tho only place in Globe to get Tony
Faust beor and Cedarbrook whiskey Is
at The Parlor. M. B. Monahan.
Take your girl
on the sixteenth
BUILDING' MORE TORPEDO BOATS
WASHINGTON, November 3. Bids
wero opened at tho navy department
for tho construction of eight new sub
marine torpedo boats for which con
gress has appropriated $3,500,000.
There woro throo biddors, Tho Electric
Boat company of Quincy, Mass.; tho
Lake Torpedo Boat company1, Bath
Mnind, and tho American Lnuronti com
puny of Philadelphia.
Tho Electric Boat company bid for
both boats of -135 tons displacement
from $41-1,000 to $144,000 according to
tho class and number of boats built on
tho Atlantic const. For constructing
tho snmo boats on tho Pacific coast,
their price- rango from $116,000 to
y was jeal
ousy from somo unknown cause on tho
part of Bales. Ho and Bayless married
sisters. Mrs. Bales was still alive lato
tonight, but cannot recover.
Night hinnhoo, nil kinds tnnmlea. Tke
Little Wonder, next to Morehcad 4
ONE MORE CHANCE.
To seo tho Cattlo Rustlers at tho Iris
tonight. Entire change tomorrow.
Tho Indies of tho Woodmon's Circle
will give n box social Thursday oven-
ing, Novembor 5, nt tho homo of, Mrs.
E. J. Bennott, 350 Willow strcot, on
School hill. Tho public is cordially in
viod, and especially tho Woodmen and
MRS. MAMIE FLEMINO, Clerk.
For genuine mutton, lamb and sheep
Tho Pioneer Meat Market, M. C.
Bonne, Supt. Phono 3-51.
Cottage Mooting Eliminated
On account of tho union meeting at
the Methodist church, the cottage meet
ing of tho Presbyterian church at ths
residenco of O. W. M. Carvil will be
Yon aro going to rectrve-w invita
tion for tho evening of Novamber 10.
Don't make any other engagement.
TWELVE MORE DAYS
THEN THE 16TH.
CINCINNATI, November 3. Up to
10 o'clock tonight, thoro has been no
borak in tho optimistic character of the
roturns roceived at the Taft residence,
in this city, whoro Taft, tho republican
candidate, and Mrs. Taft arc surround
ed by a merry party of closo friends.
At that time Taft had no doubt of his
election, as indicated by congratulatory
telegrams sent to Chairman Hitchcock
shortly after 9 o'clock, central timo.
Judgo Taft doclinod to mako any
statomtut. Elaborato preparations bad
been made by C. P. Taft, and tho beat
telegraph preparations wero made.
Tho first nows tho judgo received ovor
tho long distance tolophono was from
Judgo Fisher, from Jamestown, N. Y.,
to tho offeef that Jamestown had given
Taft 2000 majority.
Governor Hughes wired Taft at 9:30:
"Heartiest congratulations on your
Judgo Taft began after 10 o'clock
answering telegrams and congratula
tions. "It is delightful to think of such sup
port from tho old Bay stato," ho sent
To Governor Hughos, Judge Taft
wired: "I thank you wnrmly for your
congratulations and reciprocato by ex
tending congratulations to you on car
rying New York stato against tremend
ous odds, and tho wonderful campaign
which you havo carried on. Wo aro all
indebted to you, also, for your aid in
tho national campaign."
FIREMAN SHOT IN CAB.
RENO, Nov., November 3. John
Middaugh, a fireman, running on tho
Southern Pacific, was mysteriously shot
last night while running between horo
and Sparks. Tho bullet ploughed through
his shoulder end into tho lung. Ho fc'l
unconscious to tho floor of tho cab,
whilo Engineer Christcnsen rushed full
speed to Sparks. Middaugh 's condition
Beauty Hot Blast Coal Heater
Now is the time to buy a Heater, Range or Cook Stove. For fifteen
days we are going to sell all our Heaters, Ranges and Cook Stoves
at actual cost. Jtmy now. i ou win
save several dollars. When you
need anything in Furniture, Crock
ery, Tinware, etc., come here and
we will give you a special discount
of 20 per cent.
Air-Tigfet Sheet Iron Heater, was 53. Bow M-5
Olobo Canon Coal Heating Btovo, wae $50, now 83-23
Batey Coal Heaters, regular prico $00, now W.TO
Eaauty Hot Blast Coal Heater, was 912; now 9?-00
O. T. B. Hot Blaat Coal Heaters, wero 016, now 31
Cukloy Heaters, regular 517.60 values, now "bfS
SToblo Hot Blast Coal Heaters, were $40, now ,,.,.. .S80
STOVES AND RANGES
Moore 'o Merit Cook Stoves, No. 147, wera $20, now 515
Moore's Merit Cook Gtovca No. 248, wero $22.50, now $17.60
Kooro'B Merit Cook Stoves No. 448, with rosorvolr, woro 8350, now 825
Mooro'a Merit Bongos No. 147 H. O, wcra $27.50, now ..'. $21
Moore'B Merit Bancos No. 2-18 H. C wero $30. now 9s8
Mooro'3 Merit Bangoa No. 248, B, H, C, wero $35, now , $20
Mooro'a Morit Eangea No. 248 B. H. 0 wero $35, new .. 520
Mooro's Merit Ranges No. 443, B. H. C, wera $40, now .. 30
Vista Cast, Wood Cook Storea No. 7, wero $10, now ' $3
Princess Steel Bango No. 814 H. C, waj $47.50, now -... ..$50
Princess Copper Contact Stool Banco No. 814. was 855. now ' ...$-11
Bogent Copper Contact Stol Baagea Mo. 820, vera $66, now --
Daisy Coal Heater
CHINESE EOYCOTT STJPPEESSED.
nONQ KONG, November 3. Tho
rioting that resulted, yesterday, from
an attempt of thoso involved, to force
local merchants to continuo tho boy
cott against Japaneso goods has sup
pressed by tho soldiors, who woro call
ed out to patrol the business districts.
One Chjncso who offered nrmod resist-
anco was snot, rno riots were or
ganized primarily by students of this
city and tho disturbanco is evidently
WASHINGTON, Novcmbor 3. So
licitor Goneral Hoyt prcsentod in tho
supremo court of tho United States a
motion to ndvaneo tho cases of Flores
Mogon, Antonio Villaroal and Librado
llivora, who aro held in custody by
Los Angeles officials on a chargo of
having incited a filibustering military!
expedition from Arirona against tho
ropublic of Moxico.
Thoy sought relief through a writ of
habeas corpus to avoid oxtraultion from
California to Arizona, but. falling in
tho effort in tho federal eircu'.t onnrt,
appealed to tho supremo court, which
took tho motion under advisement.
Iron Beds, AH Colors
Iron Boda, No. Oil, wero $S, now ft $2.75
Iron Beds, No. GOO, woro $&fl0, n&w '... $3.00
Irtn Bedi, No. 1WA. wero $10. ner ..50.00
Iron Beds, No. 2013, were $12, aew $6.50
Iren Beds, No. 2010, were 812.50, sow $3.75
In Bado, No. 2227, ware $14, ow J
Iron Bads, No. 2277, wero $15, now .,.93.78
Iron iiba, Ne. 271, wcra $18, now .: .- r......$T.50
Iron OrllM, No. 278, largo slat, were $17.60, bow $l
Your Credit Is
. P. McNeil
We Save You Money
RUEF ATTORNEYS DISAGREE.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 3. Char
acterizing tho attompt to fill tho jury
box in tho usual way as "hopoless"
attornoy Ach, head of tho Iluef dofonsc,
offered tho suggestion today that tho
jury bo secured by agrecmont of coun
sel on two men to fill tho vacant places
in tho box.
Attornoy Henoy promised to consider
tho suggestion and let Ach know in tho
near future Ninetoon talesman wero
examined today without result.
PASTOR REFUSES $3,000
Raise of That Amount in His Salary
PITTSBURG, November 3. Tho un
usual spcctaclo of a pastor refusing a
raiso of $3,000 a year in salary was
witnessed horo tonight. Tho Rev. S.
Edward Yonng, pastor of tho Socond
Presbyterian church of Pittsburg, had
recoived a call to tho Bedford Avenue
Presbytorian church of Brooklyn.
His salary horo has been $7,000 a
year; but his congregation tonight
votod to increaso this to $10,000 if ho
would but stay in Pittsburg Told of
this, tho Bov. Mr. Young, who camo
hero from Newark, N. J., eloven years
"I will cortainly stay with my peo
plo if thoy feel that they need mo bo
bndly; but I will not tako'ono cent of
tho raiso in salary offered."
Friday Night, Nov. 6th
Carnival on Skates
4 Big Prizes 4
One Week, Beginning Monday,
"The Boston Ideals"
at Popular Prices
Starting at 7:30
Moving Pictures "A Country Boy," "A Troublesome Cartnncle.,'
Illustrated Song by Miss Ida M. Westfall "I'vo Got My Fingers
Crossad, You Can't Touch Me!" v
Moving Pictorca "Tho Cattle Rustlers."
Song by Miss Westf all "Help Yourself."
Moving Pictures "Tho Cabby's Wife," "Musie Hath Charms."
INA LEHR, Lessee and Manager
IVliss Ina Lehrand Her Capable Company
"The Waifs of New York"
Popular prices 25c and 35c. Reserved seats on sale
at Palace Pharmacy
Priee3 15c and 25c
The Announcement of
Appears in Today's Papers
the announcement of the date
of the opening of the
will positively appear in tomorrow's paper
will be placed on sale Saturday morning, Nov. 7th
The Modern Way
The erection of buildings toy swnnfae.
tared stone blocks in CHEAPEST,
STRONGEST, SATEST, COOLEST,
Mow Cement Blocks and Cement Brick
Ertimatea Cheerfully and Promptly Ftnrnisfed.
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