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CORNER FOR MILADFS READING
To Keep Blouses Clean
Tho girl who believes in starting
Chirstmas presents early should make
a shirtwaist caso to protect blouses that
cannot bo washed.
Theso aro made liko a largo enve
lope, with tho flap at tho end. They
should bo of white- Porsinn lawn, or
striped dimity that is easily laundricd.
Cut tho material in a long atrip, al
lowing for a deep flap. It should be
large enough to hold a waist without
crushing, even when tho sleeves are
stuffed with tissue paper. French scam
the Bides and finish tho end of tho flap
with a scallop embroidered in white cot
ton. The only decoration ii put on tho
flap, which buttons over tho case. It
may havo just a monogram or three In
initials, or can have an elaborate design
in satin stitch and eyelet work.
The Fan-and-Ink Lad7
Paris is filled with her.
And she is registered on this side.
Sho is the black-and-white poster girb
And she started at Ostend during tho
At that timo sho was called tho
Beardsloy girl, because Beardsley's
drawing suggested her.
All the fashionable modistes are now
devoting their energies to the develop
ment of black-and-white costumes.
As may bo imagined, however, tho
proper combinations of black and white
requires the strategy of a true artist.
As an adjunct of tho pen-and-ink
costumes, the winter girl will probably
wear black cloaks lined with whito and
whito cloaks lined with balck.
Return of Lace Mitts
Lace mitts havo come back and will
bo doubtless with us during the reign of
the poke bonnet and Directorio modes.
But tho lace mit of today is far differ
ent from its demure anqestor of fifty
years ago. The lace mitt of today is,
indeed, a saucy and even flippant ac
cessory. Tho best ones aro of real lace
and aro edged around the top with the
ruche which has insinuated itself into
every other article of present dress.
In addition to these chiffon ruffles
loops of lace are also used to create
an illusion of tho mitt belonging to tho
sleeve of the dress.
This is a very attractive idea, and as
long as tho mitts stay in place it looks
very well. But imagine the consterna
tion of tho populace if it sees tho mitt
lipping down, ruffles and alll They
would immediately think tho ladies
dress was eoming apart in the most re
Tho prices of these mitts range from
$1.30 to $75 tho pair, according to the
value of tho lace.
Egga Is Eggs
Let us sing the praise of the gTcat
POLITICS DO NOT
MISS MILLIE WILLIAMS' GETS
ENOUGH VOTES TO PUT
Little Miss oVris comes In With New
Subscribers Miss Armstrong's Many
Friends Also Do Good Work Only
Throe Days More for Pair Trip.
Despite tho excitement incident to
tho general election of yesterday, tho
candidates in the Silver Belt's popular
piano contest were quite active and a
heavy voto wan polled. Miss Millie
Williams, always energetic, polled sev
eral hundred votes yesterday and is
again in the lead this morning. MiH3
'Dollio Armstrong's friends wco in evi
dence during the day and ad a result
her figures have been materially in
creased. Her friends promise a big
vote today and will undertake to place
her in tho lead at tho close of the
week. Misi Mildred Voris, tho child
candidate, cast the heaviest vote of the
day and scored a goodly number of
points on new subscribers. If Miss
Voris puts forth a little extraordinary
effort there is no good reason why
she should not score sufllcicnt points
to entitle her to the Phoenix trip. Only
three moro days remain in the terri
torial fair controversy and luc young
ladies should improve every moment
from now on.
In a few days tho Silver licit will
announco the date of il& first mu.iicalc,
which will bo given nl Naquiu'? nrc,
when tho bcautifu' baby gran-1 pinno
will bo heard. Anot jcr very important
announcement will be made Sunday
morning, which will rrovc of intents
interest to all the candidates t'.nJ wil
greatly stimujato tnn paco of tho con
testants. The Sil.'cr Belt has assured
tho contestants time and agai 'tlial
energy is to be re-.vr.idcd. TiV the
hint and get to wjrk
luc tf Ctttia'iattaa,
Tho list of candidate, entered at 10
'cUtk VMtBlfht, witk tfeeir respwHre
rre, la as f11nw:
Miss Millio Williams M077
Un. 0va Fryer 80989
Today's Suggestion by tillen btaij.
NEAT KITCHEN APRON.
TO bo well dressed requires gowns that are In keeping -with the time and
place. By this Is not meant an extravagant expenditure of money ou
an elaborate wardrobe, but such garments that cau be made to answer
the purpose of two cr three should be chosen. This Is nn easy matter
to accomplish If gone about in the right way. First, a tailored suit should be
selected of excel
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3(5 Inches wide.
Any reader of this paper who desires to secure this pattern may do so by
ending 10 cents to this office. Give the' number. 2."03. state size desired and
write the full address plainly. Tno pattern will bo-forwarded promptly by mall
American hen, who, during the past
year, may well havo cackled with pride
ovor the production of nearly 1,300,000,
000 dozen of eggsl Do you realize fhat
that means! Well, listen:
If instead of remaining quietly at
homo in Iowa, she had chosen to dem
onstrate her powers to the universe nt
Miss Dollio Armstrong 4j0-"7
Miss Gladys Kelsey 44134
Miss Mildred Vori3 .'..40750
Mis N. C. Chapman 13901
Miss Gertrude O'Connor 14249
Miss Lillie Kinsman 11192
Miss Norma Dixon 7314
MUs Tulita M. Kcllncr 7318
Miis Ada Lango 47S9
Mrs. Floyd Blevins 1447
Mfa Norah nefley 875
Miss Kltie Patton Ml
Gladys F.ster 100
M! lrra Paxton 1C4
Mm. Cra A'ntbony 136
Un. B. B. Hegardt T.. 127
Mw. r. 8. Xave 1M
Mss Henrietta Selebow 119
Miss Georgia Carvil 105
Kn. Lnarx Murdosk AB
Miw BMia Opio 03
Mim Georgia Coalson B
lira, M. L. Kaquia 14
Xn. Will Bouady 41
MVa M Bitben 41
Mis Esther Dania 0
Mrs. Bd. Batohetl 98
Miss Annie Mvroer 33
Mrw. L. C. Comb 00
Mrs. Jobs hangion IS
lire. Percy Morgan 13
Jibs Auuie Stevens 14
Mm Alma Phillips 18
Mis. W. O. yineh W
Mrs. ThoMns Ilnrper 1
Hun Uthel Hampton 10
Mies Nlnn Rusell, Wheatflelds ... 10
Miss nattio Wog 0
Miss Daisy Beard
Minn Clarissa Tillman 7
Miss Eva Greaves 1
Mrs. .1. C. Yinger f
Mrs. A. Hansen 3
Mm. James MeHajrh '...... 2
Mtn Qmevieva Gerald 2
Mfcw Una McKenrie 2
Mk EHnabelh Bant no 1
M in LobIeo Thompson 1
Mrs. Bd Stewart 1
Mm. M. E. McCorty 1
WfcslMle Smith 1
Mm. Lm Yooag 1
M(t Alma Phillips 1
Miss Oraoo Bell 1
Min Katie Prodenelt 1
M!m Mamio Morcn 1
Mies May Holnhan 1
MJm Theresa Cnse.y 1
THERE WILL BE NO RESERVED
SEATS ON THE 1GTH.
Dr. Bboop'a Health Coffee is created
from puro, parched grains, malt, nuts,
etc. no real coffee in it. Fine in flavor
is "mado in a minute." No 20 or
30 minutes tedious boiling. Sample
Free. Morehead St Lunn.
With the tailored
suit Is needed plain
tullored waists for
morning wear nml
those of the more
lacy order for aft
ernoon and even
ing. Satin, satin
surfaeovl fllks nml
net are f.ivoied ma
terial? for waists,
but tuosy of the
wash variety will
be worn throughout
the reason. A waist
of net ttcrn with
the skirt of the
tailored suit and
trimmed with bands
or folds of the nk!rt
material will nrike
an attractive after
noon costume. The
dlrcctolre sash of
soft silk to m:W.x
will add much mi
the appearance- f
micb n costume.
monos mid dressing
snVks with suitable
skirts and a good
hupply of under
garments being pro
vided, oue can be
cd for nny occasion.
An article that lr
but should be In-
luded In every wo
man's wardrobe. I
(he kitchen a proa
The pattern shown
Is In four steps 32
Si!. -JO and 44 incbo
bust measure. It re
quires 4?i yards of
material 27 Inches
wide or 4V4 ynrds
large, tho hen might have laid those
eggs, each two inches long, end to end,
in a continuous chain reaching 238,818
miles up to the moon, back again, and
thon more than half way round the
world for good measure a total of
492,421 milc3 of eggsl Furthermore,
if those eggs had been mado into one
VALLEY TOWN TURNS TOWAEDS
RELIGION AND CONGREGA
Mexican Shot On Public Road At Night
Invasion of Huntsmen Has Not Yet
Exterminated Game Roundup la Be
ing Finished and Cowboys Rejoice.
SAFFORD, Nov. 3. Frank Cruzo, a
Mexican of this town was shot on Sat
urday night while on the Thatcher road.
Tho bullet struck him on the right
temple glancing around tho side of
his head. Tho wound was very painful
but ho was able to bo around on the
following morning. He had previously
engaged in a controversy with a fellow
countrymen and it ia supposed that the
shot was fired by this man. Two sus
pects were in jail Sunday morning.
Deals in Safford real citato are being
transacted with increasing frequency.
Kach transaction shows an advance in
prico which would not indicate a boom
but rather a steady advance in real
value. Within the past day or so, M.
I. O'Brien has purchased two and a
half lots just north of Hib residence, of
Houston Roach. Miss Annio Smith
bought of Mrs. N. O. Todd two lots on
tho northeast corner of tho Shafcr
block and a deal is about to bo made
for tho thrco and a half corner lots
just east of the Wilbur Ijams block.
Stan Crandall, Geo. Taylor and Louis
tNchon wcro hosts at a Halloween
dance in Todd's hall 8aturday evening.
Tho attendance was smaller than ex
pected but tho function was a sociai
Safford is undegoing a small religi
ous revival. The old Methodist congro
South Methodists. Those of tho South
are holding their meetings in tho Won
derland theater under tho Rcw Crutch
field. The North Methodists remain in
the old building under the Rev. Ander
son for whom a neat Iittlo parsonage
has been provided in tho church yard.
Tho Baptist church under tho Rov. C.
W. Wardlaw also shows Bigns of in
creasing prosperity. New pupils are
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omclot half an inch thick, that omelet
would easily have covered Manhattan ,
Island, an area of twenty-two square
An old Mohammedan legend tells
that King Solomon used to travel
through tho air with all his arm'cs on
a wonderful flying carpet, .protected
from the rays of tho sun by tho wings
of n hot of birds. Now, according to
tho poultry census, there aro in tho
United States about 280.000,000 chick
ens, guinea fowls, turkeys, geese, and
ducks of the poultry voting age. wh'ch
is three months or over. If required to
furnish a moving canopy like that of
King Solomon, tho barn-yard fowls of
tho country, allowing on'y a foot of
spread to each could easily shadow a
3pacc of ten square miles.
Hypnotism in Shopland
It is new.
It's an excuse.
Tt serves tho I'ght-flngcred.
A woman steals a bracelet, for in
stance. Docs she admit that it was an ordi
Neyt Sho declares it was klcnto
mania, resulting from the hypnotic pow
er of the a'csperson.
Foxy excuse, that. Who ever before
dreamed of neculng salesneonlo with
hvnpotir.ing one into sn uncontrollable
desire to posess the wares they offer.
Wesr Satin This Winter
"Indeed, it is to bo a satin season, "
says. Grace Margaret Gould in October
Woman's Home Cnmnanion. "Not the
satin of our grandmothers, to stiff and
heavy, but a light, sunplc, soft mater
ial, with a wordcful luster of its own.
which ndants itself marvelously to the
new clinging type of gowny-
"Paris is wild with enthusiasm over
tho new Batln gilet. A g'let, you. know,
is a little vest. One of the smartest of
these imported small garments, and one
which American women are sure to' like,
is made of black satin bands shancd to
the figure and each finished to a point.
This gilet is sing'c breasted and buttons
in the front. Combined with the satin
is a band of Persian embroidery form
ing tho top. This is a peculiarly
French touch, and is sure to be much
the vogue. The contrast of the beauti
ful Persian colors with the shining
black satin is most effective, and one of
those little things which the French
make so important. Such a vest as thi
will prove most serviceable to the
woman with a limited wardrobe. It wil'
give a new look to last year's suit,
and an attractive look, too.
"A vest of this sort is generally
worn with a cutaway coat, but I sug
gest that it be made so that it can take
tho place of an overblouse and be worn
with a glimpse of filet net."
being enrolled in the different Sunday
Sidney Mashbir, who has received an
appointment as alternate for West
Point, is studying for the entrance ex
aminations under Miss Pcrdam, princi
pal of tho Safford schools.
Mr. French '8 ncW residence in the
western part of town is completed. He
has spared no expenso in its erection,
and it stands a credit both to Mr.
French and those who built it.
Jack Snedcn and Harry and Will Dial
returned late Saturday evening from a
hunting trip in the Nantack mountains.
They were out about a week, bringing
back a big buck. They stato that al
though tho country has been overrun,
since, the game season opened, by cow
boys and hunters, yet there is left suf
ficient game to make hunting interest
ing. Work on that magnificent structure
which is to be the home of the Thatcher
Academy students is being rapidly
pushed forward. Tho walls of the sec
ond story aro nearly completed. This
building when completed, will rival any
yet undertaken in the Gila' valley.
Roundup work on the ranges south of
hero has ceased until after election.
Cowboys from the valley, dusty, and
with two weeks' old beards, ate riding
in every hour. They say that a few
days more will finish tho work. They
report that the feed is gtnd and that
the cattle aro in fine condition.
Since Miss Williams' trip through
tho valley, readers of the Silver elllt
arc watching with no Iittlo interest
the. part that she is playing in tho prizn
Hallowe'en was duly cclobratcd her.
and in Thatcher last Satuiday night.
Several parties of girls, whito robed
and carrying Jacko'- Lanterns ap
peared on tho streets of Safford for
few moments. An unknown parry of
boys entered the school grounds, per
petrating no 'little damage to public
property. In Thatcher, piano boxes,
out houses and the rolling stock of
farms wcro moved, exchanged and plac
ed in conspicuous places.
YOU WILL FORGET YOU& TROU
BLES IT YOU COME ON THE
Watched Fifteen Yean
"For fifteon years I have wnlehed
the working of Bucklcn's Arnica Salvo;
and it haa never failed to cure any oro,
boil, ulcer or burn to wh!ch it waa up
plied. It has saved us many a doctor
bill," says A. P. Hardy, of East Wilton,
Maine. 25c at Palaoe Pharmacy.
('leaning and Pressing a
Opposite Fireman's HalL
FREE BATHS '
6T.G N. BROAD
Room $2.50 a week,
Beds 2T)C and up.
Wuiclch & Pavlovlch,
FINE 'WINES. LIQUORS
Box 992. No. 679 N. Broad
We would be pleased to
see our old patrons.
Good table, home cooking.
Mr. & Mrs. E. L. Edmonson
160 W. Push St. Phone 1952
Nicely Furnished Rooms
fiaths tn Connection
Mrs. A. J. Leonard. Prop.
De Locy House
391 N. Broad
Nicely Furnished booms
)ver Roosevelt Stage Office
Mrs. A. DeLacy. Prop.
471 N. Broad
New woolens for
fall and winter
suits. Our steam
and dry cloaning
makes old gar
ments look like
new, hats blocked.
p. m. at Old
N. Broad St
and all kind of
G. S.Van Wagenen
POST OFFICE BLDG.
Gibson & Miami
Leaves Globe 8 a. m.
Returns to Globe 6 p. m.
O. K. Stables
Livery, Feed, Sale
Stag Slund for Gibtoti, Miami
Cor. Cedar and Railroad Sts,
W. P. KELSEY, Prop.
685 N. Broad Phone 731
Bost Rigs, Prompt Service
GEO. E. SHUTE, Proprietor
441 N. BROAD
Saddle Horses and Rigi for
McBroom & Co. Phone 1221
Ice Cream Parlor
481 N. BROAD
Oystora and Spanish
Arizona Steam Laundry
and Towel Supply Co.
Ono day work f ipedslty
T5fl H. BROAD Pe '
FUxrciltegst5e' Iris Theater Globe 1
Swellcst Goods in Town . Real Estate -4B
Baatz & Co.
Broad Phnn 17hi
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. Dep. Mtn. Surveyor
Doom 16, Globe Office Bldg.
It pays to
advertise in thh
Silver Belt '
At AH Hours.
Open or Closed
PHONE 171 or 601.
Sctwell Hair Rolls,
Nets and all kinds of
goods. Ours is the
complete line in town.
393 N. BROAD.
SPARKLING COOL BEER
RUBE EGNER, Prop. 376 N. Broad
FirstClass Barber Shop
L. E. HOEYE. Prop.
440 N. Broad.
Best Baths Always Ready.
RYAN & CO.
Druggists and Stationers
Office Supplies. Sporting,
Goods, Phonographs, and
26 NORTH BROAD
Under New Management Your Patronage Solicited
Directory of Globe Unions
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS
Local Union No. 1030 C. & J, cf America. Meets every Thursday
at 8 p. ra. at Old Salvation Army hall. B. Garter, Pres.; r. Tim
Journeymen Barbers International Union of America... Meets last
Tuesday in each month at 8:30 p. m., Newport barber rbop. W.
F. Martin, Pres.; Otto Perdue, Sec.
Union No. 60, W. F. M. Meets every
SalvatfoD Army Hall. J. T. Murrish,
Oloba Typographical Union No. 367. Meets first Sunday
4 p. m. in Silver Belt office. Car) F. Holds worth, Bee.
Store and Office Employees' Union Meets First and Third Mondays
in Salvation Army hall. A. H. Hargrave, Presdient, E. G. Grif
Brotherhood of Painters, Decorators and Paperhangers of America,
No. 217. Meets every Tuesday night in Keegan's hall. Gus Joi
ner, Pres.; N. D. 8wartout, Sec.
228 N. Broad Phone 146
United Drug Co.
Pnre Drugs, Stationery, Etc.
CALL AND SEE
524 N. Broad Phone 16G1
445 N. BROAD
Good Meals Best Servico
Private Rooms for Ladies
GIN k CO., Props.
BCHLITZ "that mad Milwaukee fa
mous," SCHLITZ that makes all men akin;
We call for SCHLITZ and who can
We drink and call for SCHLITZ iIn.
460 N. Bread Phone 381
Groceries, Fruits Cigars
South Next to Gila Valley
Birthplace of Low Prlcte
25i N. BROAD
1. T.. WrTTRTC. Proprietor
Sold, Rented, Exchanged
371 N. BROAD
L. nnnmrker. Manager
uimiiy nuuita Office m
!!GHL 214 N. Broad
Correspondence Solicited 'JBJ
FOK BARGAINS 'MM
Watch our advertisement JR
On Editorial rage. wB
F. L. Toombs, Manager
552 N. BROAD
Good Meals Best Servic
Private Rooms for Ladles
HONG LOEY, Prop.
DAY AND NIGHT
Popular Resort for
Clean, Ready, Convenient
Next Deor to Coney Islaiid
W. II. MAHER, Prop.
Order by Phone
Pay at Your Door
340 N. Broad
Tuesday at 7
in month at
45i N. Broad Phone 471
290 N. Broad Phone 181
Supplies Force, Energy
Call for It When Ton Order
486 N. BBOAD
Jack Martin, Prop.
Samuel's 80 Year Stock
610 N. BROAD
Fifcrpatrick & Perry, Piep.,
It pays to
advertise in the