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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
THE ROOSTER AND THE SHOT.
BooiterJ "Ah, tht looks like some-
"I 'bought so. juOJ
Hem "I'm goinn to have soma of
that or I'll know why."
AUTO FALLS OFF BRIDGE
mivUI'in Pnlif n 91 Iro
Ul ici.ui i", , - - "
Eugene Orr was so severely iujurcd that
ier recovery is improbable, and three
tfcer members of tho Orr family snf-
MCU CllB "' uuuvo J uiuvo,
nhfa sn automobilo in which tho party
i$ traveling plunged off a bridge near
,iii3 place touay anu icu inio me anai-
on water oi mo cwcruuii-iuu.
Chamberlain's tho Most Popular
"We hare in stock many colic and
lurhoM medicines," says It. M. White
i prominent merchant of Turtle Bayou,
Tew, "but sell moro of Chamberlain's
0lw,' Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemeday
Ui'of all others ?ut together." For
!e by all druggists.
Phone "31 for coal, wood and feed.
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M Knife or Paln-Ko Pay Until Zmi
K WOMAN'S BREAST
ANY LUMP IS CANCER
.EE BOCK-CURE YOURSELF AT HOME
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WILL GIVE S1000IFI FAIL TO CURE
AST CAXCER I TREAT BEfORE IT
POISONS DEEP GLANDS
ri.i.. f.i. ... r.l at Hall Prire (or M darl.
b.dol!ir-j6dleln'll until cored. Abselata
liMnntee. Jl years experience.
BOTHER AND DAOGdlEK CURES OF 3
In my breint st my borne In lWt.
Two yer leforo Uiat ho enred my
mother nf lirjjo cancer In eco
nreait. we care DoinwmTouraj
well orer atneo. Mother otl I to-
JT frether know oi at lean imj u' ,u
Iuuriciay or "v- T Li
lt to injone wartime Inforcnttoa about fill
wowerrai painless trwinnoiru
"ICrHf" BALDWIN CURES OF 3 CANCERS
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to thr who 3eerlD their
for f)bo book now. Caooer
tACX every Mjr.
IWrts, DJ.. Wli MRS. D1 C3AHLEY & CO.
7 S. Vain L Suite. . Los Anzeles. Cat
ATHLETES OF NEW YOKE Y. M. 0.
A BEAK MESSAGE IN A SILVEE
TUBE FBOM GOTHAM TO PKESI.
DENT BOOSEVELT AT CAPITAL.
XKW YOICK. Nov. 20. With cheers
from several hundred schoolmates and
fellow members of tho Y. M. C. A. to
spur them on, tho young athletes en
gaged in tho relay raco organized by
the physical culture department of the
Y. M. C. A. between this city and
Washington, started on a long sprint
at 3:33 this afternoon, tho runners bear
ing a message in a silver tube to Pres
ident Koosevolt. i
Tho start was tnado from the In
ternational headquarters of tho Y. M.
C. A. in Hait Twenty-eighth street,
from which place tho runners carried
tho tubo to tho West Twenty-third
street ferry, each runner sprinting 100
yards with It and passing it on,
From Jersey City to Newark, relays
were 15Q yards and from Newark on
"they lengthened to fl minftr of a
mile. From Nownrk the itinerary wan
through Elizabeth, l'lninflold, Princeton
and Trenton, where the messago rc
maiped over night.
At 0 o'clock Saturday morning tho
raco for Washington will bo resumed
and unless some unexpected hitch oc
curs tho message will reach tho presi
dent at 11:30 o'clock 8aturday night.
Altogether 700 runners are participat
ing, including the president's son
Tho nature of the messago Li not
known, savo only that it contains a re
quest from tho boys to tho president.
Camcraphono Thcator today 2:30
Children 10c; adults 15c; to any seat
in the bouse. Kntrro change of pro
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Notice is hereby given that William
Woosley is no longer tho president o(f
the Turnbull Development Company,
and has no right to sell tho stock of
said company sicned by him as its prcs-
Notice given by the Board of Directors
of tho Turnbull Development Co,
This IGth day of November, 3008.
and wc suggest that you ought to
uy Coal Now
The coal question simply resolves itself into this:
"BUY NOW AT PRESENT PRICES AND
SAVE MONEY. ' ' Later on prices will advance.
They always have and they w.ill this season. We
urge you to get in your order before this advance
comes. We also sell wood.
Our motto: "Full meaure and a square deal."
BROWN & FRANCIS
" ' NewtonVLlflht TKioryT "
Sir Isaac Newton earned worldwide
tfn'uio by showlns that grnvicutlon, pro-,
rlously recognized only ri the surface
of the earth, Is operative throughout
the universe wherever there Is mutter.
In unotlier (kid of physics lie was fur
lesa happy. IH:i brilliant Miecess In
oxpt iluienti'l outlcs can- tii be irunll
tied though not iPwUMateil. by
faulty Interpretation of the facts. 'lla
give lila name and powerful authority
to the corpuscular llieorj of light. In
S'.r Isaac's view, the plKMioiiipnoii of
luminosity lj produced by corpuscles
exceeding nilnute purticlrs of matter
which are piojccted continuously
from the atin, stirs r.nd ail other lumi
nous bodies. P.ut his corpuscles failed
to elucidate nil the appearances., and
Mr lyaac's theory was Uually depoted
jy an explanation which referred light
to mulubtory vlhr.itigpH Jti the ether,
ft would be Koijie comfort for tin dln
oocrer of universal gravitation, were
he IMiig now. to tc.tlize that the mod
ern physicist Is dally dealing with cor
puscles Hung oiT from matter at speeds
fairly comparable with that of life It
soif. Cotildn'tHelp It.
A young lady iclht ' Hie followlug
story of un .englishman she met dur
ing a trip to .Mexico:
The MtiglNliiuiin became acquainted
with the American party whjle they
were all gtiesiH at n whiter. hotel
Whenewr the parent of the American
girl proposed any trip the Kngllshman
Immediately begged to Ik made one
of the party". He was to be Included
In a moonlight trip to n nearby moun
tain. After the Americans were ready
to start they had t delay some fifteen
minutes n waiting tlfelr guest's ar
rival When he did arrive he elec
trified them by his conyuontB on the
rca&on for hU delay. What he said
"I beg pardon for my bcaatly tardi
ness. Couldn't help It. don'cherknow.
I hnd to bring my mother from the
gardens flrbt. It's a singular horrid
bore, but one has to bo kind to his
mother, dou'cherknowl" MlUvnukco
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' ' PROCLAMATION
-": By the Governor of Arizona
The Queer Screw Plant.
Tttcrc is nothing under tho sun quite
so jualnt, so weird and wltcbllbe as
the pandanus prairies of Fiji. The pan
dani'A, or screw plant, as It Is called, Is
a most grotesque specimen of tho veg
etable kingdom even at the best and
In the early stages of Its growth. In Its
very joun days It Is of nn extruordl
ntrlly scrcwllke shape and looks as
though some unkind hand had taken
hold of Its long, swordlike leaves and
.wlbted them round ami loumt. Later
on It stmlghteus out a bit. and from it
grow n number of tall wooden stilts.
Its foliage is simple, a number of
drooping, ragged tufts, for all the
world like mops and very mournful
looking. Among these mops bangs tlip
fruit. In shape like n l'laciplej made j
up of hard red and yellow kernels,
woody and fibrous and quite uneatable
from a European's polut of Iew.
w To the People of Arizona,
Tho President of tho
ft States by his proclamation having -
ft designated Thursday, November 4
tho 20th, 1908, as Thanksgiving ft
ft Day, I, JOSEPH II. KIBDEY, ft
ft have proclaimed and do hereby ft
ft proclaim Thursday the 20th day of ft
ft Novomber, 1908, to bo a holiday ft
ft to bo observed as TIIANKSGIV- ft
ft 1NO DAY in tho cTrritory of Ari- ft
ft zona, and reccommend its celcbra- ft
ft tion accordingly. ft
ft IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I ft
ft havo hereunto sot my ft
ft" hand and caused tho ft
ft Great Seal of tho Terri- ft
ft ' tory to bo affixed.
ft Dono and proclaimed
(Seal) at the City of Phoenix, ft
ft tho Capital, this six- ft
ft tecnth day of Novomber, ft
ft nineteen hundred and ft
ft , . eight ft
ft JOSEPH II. KIBBEY. ft
ft By tho Governor: ft
ft JOHN II. PAOE, ft
ft Secretary of the Territory of ft
$ ijf ft ft
'" FINE TAILORING
-Cleaning and Prewing
Opposite Fireman's HalL
656 N. BEOAD
Booms $2.00 a week, up.
Beda 25c and up.
TIHBTY-FIVE CASES -OF DEADLY
BOVINE DISEASE DIBCOVEBED
AMONG EASTEBN CATTLE DIS
EASE DEVELOPED IN BUFFALO.
The caste sjsteui la bo deeply rooted
among the people of India that Chris
tianized niudoos are-still under iu po
tent Influence. For example, Mr. J. C
Oman, formerly professor of natural
science In the government college at
Lahore, tells In his book, "The Bran
mans, Deists and Muslims of India." of
tho native Christian head master of a
mission school who was asked In a
court of Justice what his religion was.
"Brahman-Christian," he replied.
The judge, who was a European, not
recognizing such a sect, asked for more
"1 am a Brahman-Christian," reiter
ated the head master. "I cannot call
myself simply a Christian." he contin
ued with some warmth, "when that
Choorah (sweeper) there Is also a
Christian, I am a Brahman-Christian,
Friday and Fortunes.
Two women who wished to make an
appointment with a fortune teller who
was pronounced "Just splendid" by
cverylwdy ' who had patronized her
wcru advised by the seer to come on
"That is, if you arts not superstitious
about Friday," she said. "Most people
are. They regard Friday ns such an
unlucky day that they won't even have
their fortune told them for fear they
will hear something unlucky. That is
why. I advised you to come on that
day. I will have plenty of time and
won't have to put your cases through
with such a rush." St Louis Repub
lic. An Equinox.
Tommy Pa, what is an equinox?
Pa Why or It ls-nhoinl For good
ness sake. Tommy, don't you know
anything about mythology at all? An.
equinox was a fabled animal, half
horse, half cow. Its name is derived
from the'words 'equine' and 'ox. It
docs seem ns If these public schools
don't teach children anything now
An Italian went to tho civil sen lee
commissioners' rooms to lie examined
for a laborer's position, no answered
most of the questions correctly. Final
ly they asked hlrn If ho had ever been
naturalized.' Etc seemed a bit puzzled,
but at last his face lighted up. "Ah, I
know whata you mean. Scratcha do
arm. Yes, lasta week."
DANVILLE, Va., Nov. 21. A report
received tonight at tho federal and
staio headquarters established hero by
officials who are investigating tho ap
thous fever among cattle,1 says tho vet
erinarians havo discovered thirty-five
well deflned cases of the disease among
cnttle in Montgomery county, in the
vicinity of Morristown.
The diseaso was traced to a carload
of twenty-two animals shipped into
Monteomcrv countv from Buffalo.
Each ne of these was located and will
Assistant Secretary of Agriculture
Schech said tonight that more than
one thousand cows havo been killed
besides many swine.
Tho, report thaffiVo children in this
city were victims of the disease is
discounted by the statement of Dr. Fox,
of the State Health department, who
came hero from Harriabu'rg. Tho ex
amined tho children who aro convales
cent, and says it is doubtful if they
oyer had tho disease.
CALLED. TO i
t- Pioneer Saloon
Wuicich & Pavlovich,
f FINE WINES, LIQUOliS
Bos 992. No. 679 N. Broad
Exclusive Ladies' Fur
Swellest goods in town.
Dolph Baatz & Co.
686 N. Broad, Phone 1781.
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. Dsp. Mln. Surveyor
Boom 16, Globe Office Bldg,
We would be pleated to
ee our old patrons.
Good table, home cooking.
Mr. &. Mrs. E. L Edmonton
At All Hoars.
Open ox Closed
PHONE 171 or 56L
STRANGERS HOME ES
TAURANT Wc invite Your Patronage
Day and Night Service.
Billy Cunningham, Prop.
BOARDING AND, ROOMING
Old Snug placo, Pascoe
Hill, now under new man
BATES and best of service
We want your patronage.
MRS. L. W. COWAN.
SPARKLING COOL BEER
RUBE EGNER, Prop. 376 N. Broad St
214 N. Broad
Watch our advertisement
On Editorial jeage.
F. L. Toombs, Manager
552 N. BEOAD
Good Meals Best Service
Private Booms for Ladirz
HONG LOEY, Prop.
HYDE AND SCHNE1DEB MAY BE
SENTENCED TO PRISON
WASHINGTON. November 21.
Frederick. A. Hyde of San Francisco,
and Joost II. Schneider of Tucson,
Ariz,, who were converted last June of
conspiracy to defraud tho United States
of land grants, and to whom new trials
recently wero refused by District Jus
tice Stafford, havo been notified to ap
pear here December 1. Tho Court then
will "act upon their motion to stay judgment,-
and, if tho court denies the mo
tion, sentence will be imposed. District
Attorney Baker announces that ho will
ask tho extreme penalty of two years
imprisonment and $10,000 fine for each.
' 150 W. Push St. Phone 1952
Nicely Furnished Booms
Baths in Connection
Mrs. A. J. Leonard, Prop.
De Lacy House
391 N. Broad
Nicely Furnished Booms
ver Eoosovelf. Stage Office
Mm. A. DeLacy, Prop.'
First-Class Barber Shop
L. E. HOEYE, Prop.
440 N. Broad.
Best Baths Always Beady,
RYAN & CO.
Druggists and Stationers
Office Supplies, Sporting,
Goods, Phonographs, and
126 NORTH PEOAD
MIAMI STAGE LINE J. L. SPOONrProp:
Stage leaves from Shnte's Livery Stable Time schedule:
Leave' Globo daily -at 8:15 a. m.
Leave Globe daily at 2:15 p.m.
Leave Miami daily at 10:15 a. m.
Leave Miami daily at 4:45 p. m.
. TELEPHONE NUMBEES
Globe 731 Miami 1553
DAY AND NIGHT
Popular Resort for
N. BROAD ST.
Clean, Ready, Convenient
Next Deor to Coney Island
W. H. MAHEB, Prop.
471 N. Broad
New wooloni for
fall and winter
suits. Our steam
and dry cleaning
makes old gar
menta look like
new, hats blocked,
N. Broad St
Trotter, Record of 2:14.
Stands at Shute'g Barn
and all kind of
POST OFFICE BLDG.
Directory of Globe Lodges
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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Knights of Pythias, Pinal Mt. Lodge No. 11 Meets every
Thursday evening in OJd Fellows nail.
SYL. HEATHER, C. C.
E. A. M.
Glolie Chapter No. 7, B, A. M. Meets third Tuesday at Odd Fellows
Hall. G. B. Van Wagencn, H. P. P. B. Lady, Secretary.
White Mountain Lodge No. 3, F. t A. M. Meets first Tuesday. Odd
Fellows Hall. W. A. Smith, W. M. C. T. Martin, Secretary.
Order of Eastern Star. Meets second and fourth Tuesdays, Odd Fel
lows Hall. Mrs. P. B. Lady, Worthy Matron. Mrs. A. W. Sydnor,
Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Gila Encampment No. 3. Meet
second and fourth Fridays. Odd Fellow's Hall. J. M. Carter, C.
P. Eugene Middleton, Scribe.
Rescue Lodge No. 12, L O. O. F. Meets every Wednesday, Odd Fel
low's Hall. J. M. Carter, N. G. Eugene Middleton) Secreary.
Rebekah Lodge, L O. O. P., Sultana Lodgo No. 6. Meets second and
fourth Mondays, Odd Fellows HalL Mrs. Fanghif N. G. Mrs.
May Plunkett, Secretary.
Benevolent Protective Order of ElkA Globe No. 480. Meeter first and
third Fridays, Odd Fellows Hali. Harry Bupkey, E. R. J. G. Old
aternal Order of Eagles,. Globe Aerie 191, has postponed its meet
ings until tho new Miners'' Union hall is completed. Then its
meeting nights will be th o second and fourth Fridays of each
and every month. L. E. Ho eye, W. P.; S. E. Lowthian, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
Knightfl of Columbus, Globo Council No. 1158 Meets Thursday of
each week, Trust building. Wm. Burke, G. JL; A. A. Altweis,
IMPROVED ORDER OF REDMEN Tonto Tribe -No. 13 Improved
Order of Rcdmen meets Tuesday night of each week at 7:30
o'elock at the Trust building. Fred W. Simmons, saehem; C. D.
EToyic, O. of K.
M. W. OF A.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Modern Woodmen of
America, Globe Camp No. 12019 Meets Mondays, 8 p. m.,
Trust building. Harry O. Houser, Consul; Laurie H. Brown,
Order by Phone
Pay at Your Door
340 N. Broad
Leaves Globe 8 a, m.
Returns to Globe 0 p. m.
THE GLOBE BUSINESS COLLEGE
Suite 27, Trust Bldg.,
Call or write P. O. Box 998.
p.o. box 141 r
Then He Stole.
Pmdcnt Swain If I woio to steal a
kiss, would It scare you ho that you
would scream? Timid Maiden I
couldn't. Fright always makes me
I have never known a man of real
ability to be ungrateful. Goe'Jio.
Wo have moved and aro better
prepared than ever to sell you
GOODS, SHOES, NOTIONS,
Fine new stock Give me a call.
558 NORTH BROAD STREET.
O. K. Stables
Livery, Feed,. Sale
Stage Stand for Gibaon, Miami
Cor. Cedar and Railroad Sts,
w; P. KELSEY, Prop.
685 N. Broad Phone 731
Beat'Bigs, Prompt Service .
,GEG. E. SHUTE, Proprietor
228 N. Broad Phone 146
445 N. BROAD"
Good Meals Best Service
Private Booms for Ladles
GEST & CO., Trops.
United Drug Co.
Pure Drugs, Stationery, Etc
CALL AND SEE
524 N. Broad Phone 1661
441 N. BROAD
Saddle Horsc3 'and Rigs for
McBroora & Co. Phone 1221
lee Cream Parlor
461 N. BROAD
Oysters and Spanish
8CHLITZ "that mad Milwaukee fa
mous," SCHLITZ that makes all men akin;
Wo call for SCHLITZ and who can
We drink and call for OCHLITZ again.
45 N. Broad Phone 471
290 N. Broad Phone 181
Supplies, Force, Energy
Call for It When You Order
Arizona Steam Laundry
and; Towel Supply Co.
One day work a specialty
760 N. BROAD Pnome 48J
46 N. Broad Phone 361
Groceries, Fruits Cigars
South Next to, Gila Valley
Birthplace of Low Pricee
25i N. BROAD
J. B. MeNEDi Proprietor
486 N. BROAD
Jack Martin, Prop.
Samuel's 80 Year Stock
. 510 N. BROAD
Fitzpatrick & Perry, Prop.
Sold, Rented, Exchanged
Fixtures and Supplies
371 N. BROAD
L. Hnnsaker, Manager
Cedar Brook Whiskey
Always in stock. f
N. BROAD ST., GLOBE.
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