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always leading. Our clothes are always nifty
in slyle, brimming over with the latest kinks and
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bounds of the safe ancf sane in dress
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Fall Underwear and Fall
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and the other far-famed
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$3.50 Hats and Stetsons
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SCORING 110. POINTS IN WEEK, MAKES REC
ORD AND LEADS BY 10,000
Here is That Long-Promised Sensation Silver Belt Will Give
Fine Piano For Second Prize
Scoring 110 points in the contest for
the 5000 premium voto, Mis Dollio
Armitiong won a dovlclaivo victory
d holds first position this morning by
a larger plurality than was cvor before
red b nny candidato in tho contest.
Mm Armstrong thin morning has a
total vuto of 64,098, which in almost
10,000 moro than tho total of Miss Mil
'in Willwms, who is in second position.
Tho vote yesterday and Inst evening
i ory largo, but was 60 ovenly di
"Jed that tho positidns of tho respec
tive candidates remains tho samo as
n Saturday morning. . Miss Mildred
Vons' friends camo to her support very
liberal! yesterday. Her friends, how
"Tor, WPre short on subscription cou
Pom, which are tho kind that rapidly
'! tho majorities and placo tho
d.dap m lino for tho 5000 premium
vole Mrs. Fryer's friends aro working
aR'Q, and if tho Silver Bolt is not
"NitaKoa there will bo a'chango in her
wwi'ion beforo tho end of this week.
"' frionds aro holding a largo resorvo
rto, whiph will undoubtedly bo cast
""i wis. Mir, Kolsoy's total has
n substantially increased. Her sup
Porter nre doing work and sho will bo
"'in tan Coders nt tho closo of tho
'oatr-st Miss Dixon is making an cf
tiv(. onnvnss and bids fair to early
om a BtronR cnndMat0i 2ifH Lillio
nsnwn and Miss O'Connor show in
'fMoed figures this morning, and during
"o absnc0 of Miss Kellnor hor friends
a supporters have not boon idlo. Miss
to'S'a ( arvil is another candidato who
making a good record.
Tho joints scored on tho proraium
fntcst dunng tho wcok wcro as fol
lows Armstrong . ...110 points
WilhaaiH 87 points
Miss Voris 63 points
w r'yer '11 points
Duon ,.. 23 points
fho -ork of tho contestants this
oek g,vca tho 8ilvor BcJt a .j circu
"oa of C007, tho largest circulation
J f?r of anv dally nowspapor in tho
nl.r pub,ish 'n a city with a pop-
tn of l2(ooo or under that figure.
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.ihuu uij iui ttu -u
not expect to reach until about tho
closo of tho contest, but wo feel safo
in asserting this morning that on
Christmas morning tho Silver Belt will
havo moro than 6000 paid subscribers
which will givo it a largor paid circu
lation than is possessed by any daily
newspaper in tho 6outhwcst.
Appreciating tho wonderful work bo
ing done by tho Silver Bolt's contest
ants, tho management decided somo
timo ago to offor a "second prize Dur
ing tho past week a deal was closed
with P. L. Wcightman, tho popular
Olobc music dcalor, for a magnificent
upright piano volucd at $500, which
will bo given to tho lady who is in
second position, whon tho final canvass
of the voto has boon mado on tho
night of December 23. This piano is
now being mado especially for the Sil
ver Belt by ono of tho most famous
piano builders in tho country. It is a
mako that will bo pushed as a loader
by Mr. Wcightman and tho manufac
turers rcalizo that through this contest
they can gain greater publicity and a
closer inspection of their instruments
than through nny other medium or avo
nuo. You can rest assured that thoy
aro making a piano for tho Silver
Belt's contest that will stand tho test'
in every particular. Now, remember,
tho Voso Baby Grand, secured through
tho ngency of tho Rcdowill Music com
pany of Phoenix, and absolutely tho
best instrument over brought into tho
southwest, will bo given to tho young
lady having tho greatest voto, and tho
upright to tho lady in sccorid position
on tho official count. The Silver .Belt
delayed making public tho announce
ment of this second prize, believing
that a cut of tho instrument would bo
hero last night, but it failed. Howovcr,
a picturo of tho piano with a full de
scription will bo printed in a few days.
When tho piano arrives in tbo city it
will bo placed on exhibition in the
window nt Naquin's by tho sldo of
tho baby rrand. The promised concert!
nt Naquin'3 will probably bo given
next week. Tho Silver Belt ia per
fecting arrangements for this event,
which will mako history in tho local
musical world. Watch for tho dates
and tho advertising matter.
Miss Williams returned last night
from Phoenix. Whilo sho failed to
mako a roport at this office, thcro is a
strong probability that sho was 'not
idlo during hor absenco and that dur
ing the coming week sho will caBt a
voto that will put hor well up in tho
Tho second prize offorcd should stim
ulate work all along the lino from top
of column to bottom. If the young
ladies show a disposition to wdrk good
and hard during the balanco of tho
contest, tho Silver Belt will add to its
list of prizes.
List of Candidate:!.
-Tho list of candidates, entorcd at 9'
o'clock last night, with their respective
vote, Is as follows:
Miss Dollio Armstrong 64098
Miss Millio Williams i 54941
Mrs. Ooneva Pryer 51199
Miss Gladys Kolsey 50755
Miss Mildred Voris 43728
Miss Norma Dixon 23993
Miss Ada Lange 14803
Miss N. C. Chapman 14514
Miss Gcrtrudo O'Connor 14293
Miss Lillio Kinsman ..1 132021
Miss Tulita M. Kollnor 7910
Miss Georgia Carvil 6310
Mrs. Floyd Blovins 1447
Miss Norah Hofloy 875
Miss Elslo Patton 031
Gladys Foster 400
Miss Frances Paxton 164
Mrs. Cora Anthony , . . 136
Mrs. K. B. Hegardt 127
Mrs. P. S. Nnvo 139
Miss Henrietta Selehow 119
Mrs. Laura Murdock 52
Miss Bcssio Ople , 52
MLss Georgia Coalson -11
Mrs. M. L. Nquin H
Mrs. Will Konnd7 , , 4
Miss Ed Batchcll 41
Miss leather Dennis 40
Mm. Ed. SatoheH 38
Mi-is Annie Mercer -8
Mrs. L. C. Combs : . 20
Mrs. John Langdon ............ 18
Mrs. Percy Morgaa Hi
MiHa Annie Stovens 14
Miss Peggy Fegan 14
Miss Alma Phillips 12
Mrs. W. G. Fincfa M
Miss Alicb Sutor U
Miss Etbol Hampton .'.... 10
Miss Nina Eufisell, Wheatflcld ... 10
Miss Hattie Wog '. H
Miss Daisy Beard 9
Miss Clarissa Tillman . . . 7
Miss Eva Greaves ?
Mrs. J. C. Yiager , 3
tfn. A. Hansen , )
Mrs. Jsmes McHngh 2
Vtke Gonovievo QeraM 2
Ytiafl Ursa MeKenso .-. 2
Miss EHeabeMt Ste i '. , i
Miss Loirixo Thompson
Mrs. YA Stewart ,
Mrs. M. E. McCarty . . ,
Miss Effie Smith ,
Mrs. Lee Yoang ,
Miss Alma Phillips .'. .
Miss Grace Bell ,
Miss Katie Frederick ..
Miss Mamie Moren
MiaB Hay Holabaa . . . ,
Miss Theresa Casey ...
Mrs. Thomas Harper . . .
Ladles! Don't fail to attend tho
groat sacrifice sale at Dolph Baatz &
Co. Sco ad on Pago 4.
Securo your seats for "Tho Littlo
Prospector," now on salo at Globo Com
"Tho Littlo Prospector"
horo Wednesday night.
A GBEAT COMEDY SHOW.
Don't miss tho excellent flhow at tho
Iris tonight. Entire chango tomorrow.
SAFFORD, November 14. Tho Saf
ford concert band gave a danco in Pima
Friday night, when a pleasant evening
was enjoyed. Among those present
from hero wero Mr. and Mrs. Goo. R.
Yorkc, Mrs. J. T. Belt, Mrs. W. C.
Roundey of Globe, Misses Angia Robin
eon, Lottio Colton, Margaret Robinson,
Emma Freeman; Messrs. Ralph Ballard,
C. V. Latham, Berry Foster and John
T. S. Bunch and F. T. Patterson will
lcavo Sunday morning for Prescott,
whero tho Masonic grand lodge will bp
held next wcok. ,
Tho stork paid a visit to tho homo
of Mr. and Mrs. Joo Stratton Friday
and left a baby girl.
Miss Lillian Caldwell entertained at
bridgo this evening nt tho Jones hotel.
Thoso present included: Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Sol
omon, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Moore, Mrs.
R. 8. Patterson of El Paso, Mrs. F. F.
Mashbir, Miss Margaret Robinson, Miss
Angia Robinson, W". P. Lathrop, B. 1".
Thum, W. G. Daniel.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T, Reynolds aro tho
proud parents of a now baby. Tho lit
tlo girl camo Thursday.
Austin Evans shipped anothor car of
apples this morning. Thcro is a great
demand for valley apples.
Mrs. Gatos of Globo is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Ruth Anderson, this week.
Tho Afternoon Bridgo club was do
lightfully cntortaincd by Mrs. E. W.
Clayton Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Harry Dial loft Thursday for
Globo, whoro sho will visit for sovoral
Mr. and MrB. Ben Redell of Denver
are spending tho winter in SafTord, at
present tho guests of Mrs. B. Mauer.
Small rugs 75c and up. Art squares
I tin to MO. Groaa rum All and tin.
"McNeil's Furniture store.
TOO LATE TO CLASIFY
Ladles! Don't fall to attend the I
groat sacrifice sale at Dolph Baatz s
Co. Sea ad on Paso 4.
Ono of those tailor-mado ladies waists
at tho Globo Commercial, will bo dif
ferent. Only a fow exclusive pattorns.
On salo Monday morning.
FOB SALE Family range No. 8,
obarding houao dishes; forty gallon
upright hot water tank and board
ing houao range at Murphy Boarding
FOB BENT Nice front room. 231 S.
FOB BENT Throo furnished 'housa
keeping rooms, 435 S. Hill, Uailoy
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Vose Baby Grand Piano to Bo Given Away by tbo Silver Belt
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OREAT VOSIt FAOTOSY, WHEKE THE SILVER BELT FIK8T PRIZE SABY GRAND PIANO WAS MADE.