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GLOBE'S MARKET BASKET
Good Things to Eat and Where to OetTbem-The Following Tinns Aro Making Special Values Per Your Benefit-Get Your Order In Early for Suad&y.
Splendid Lot of Fresh Fruits
t Peaches, Pears, Oranges, Bananas,
We also have nice fresh
Cranberries, Cucumbers, Cabbages,
Cauliflower, Lettuce. Green Onions,
Tomatoes, etc. Fresh Ranch Eggs
Get Your Orders in Early
Use the phone (1111) if you are
unable to come to the store
City Grocery & Produce Market
You Can Eat
With relish every hit of meat that comes from this market. You know
the tough, tasteless meat you have to force yourself to eat. Well,
that's Just the .kind of meat ve don't keep. The kind we do keep
Is tender, juicy and sweet. It's meat that -will tempt tho Invalid hy
Its appetizing fragrance; that -will make the healthy, hoalthler and the
Rib Roasts Mutton Legs
Tender Veal Sausage
Fish and Oysters
The City Market
Geo. Rose and Will Rose, Proprietors
Good Things to
Eafc For Sunday
We know that you want something especially good for
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our list for today offers a wide rango of all that is appetizing; in
Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables.
Tho best tip" wo can possibly give you Is that it Is hero you
4 supply your grocery wants in a highly satisfactory mannor.
High Quality and Low Price Grocer,
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460INORTH BROAD St.
A satisfied customer, is a customer made; our
:, V motto is to please you all the time.
Notary Public Always in Office.
Why Pay Rent?
I CAN LEND YOU MONEY TO ,
BUILD A HOME
Bargains in Real Estate. t Fire Insurance, Bonds
L. H. BROWN
Room 21 Globe Office Bldg.
tt'iilr4'l'iIl4l'4, ItM 8'1'IIIM'S
if tho contestants plncc any value on
5000 votes, there will certainly bo
Bomothing doing in contest circles to
day. At 8:30 tonight tho strugglo for
tho weekly premium will closo and some
young Jatly will liavo 5000 votes added
to her total. Thore has been a spirited
rnco on all week for this prize and
there will undoubtedly bo somo heavy
votincr toward the close of tho day.
Votes wero cast yesterday lor .Miss
Millio Williams and Miss Mildred Voris.
Tho balanco of tho candidates remain
in tho same placcn with tho samo old
totals. Thoro will be changes nil up
and down tho lino tomorrow.
List of Candidates.
The list of candidates, entered at 8:30
o'clock last night, with their respective
vote, is as follows:
Miss Dollio Armstrong ..72051
Mrs. Geneva Fryer 00290
Miss Millio Williams 00108
Miss Norma Dixon 04324
Miss Mildred Voris 5 1000
Miss Gladys Kelsoy 54285
Miss Gertrude O'Connor 3280S
Miss Ada Lnngo 23305
Miss Lillic Kinsman 23017
Miss Georgia Carvil 18090
Miss N. C. Chapman 14D55
Miss Tulita M. Kellncr 10015
Miss Henrietta Selchow 0829
Miss Alico Suter 4872
Miss Nornh Hcfley 3874
Mrs. Floyd Blevins 1447
Miss Georgia Coalson 1213
Miss Elsio Patton ' 531
Gladys Foster 400
Miss Ethel Hampton ....,. 208
Miss Frances Paxton ' 101
Mrs. F. S. Navo 139
Mrs. Cora Antheny , 130
Mrs. It. B. Hegardt , 127
Miss Bessie Opie 103
Mrs. Laura Murdock '. 52
Mrs. M. L. Kaquin , 44
Mrs. Will Koumly t 41
Miss Ed Satchell ,....... 41
Miss Esther Dennis 40
Miss Annie Morccr 28
Mrs. L. C. Combs i.... 20
Mrs. John Langdon IS
Mrs. Percy Morgan 15
Mrs. W. G. Finch 15
Miss Annie Stevens 14
Miss Peggy Fegan . 14
Miss Alma Phillips 12
Miss Nina Bussell. Wheatficlds ... 10
Miss Hattio Wog
Miss Daisy Beard
Miss Clarissa Tillman
Miss Era Greaves
Mrs. J. C. Yingcr
Mrs. A. Hansen
Mrs. James McUugh
Miss Genevieve Gerald
Miss Urnn McKenzio
Miss Elizabeth Santce
Miss Louise. Thompson
Mrs. Ed Stowart
Mrs. M. E. McCarty
Miss Effie Smith
Mrs. Leo Young
Miss Alma Phillips
Miss Grace Bell
Miss lvatio Frederick
Miss Mamie Moren
Miss May Holnhnn
Miss Theresa Casey
Mrs. Thomas Harper
The Best Whiskey j
Made. Absolutely jj
Straight Whiskey, ;
Mellowed By Age
Only. Get a Bottle
OHEMPHONE THEATER CO., Props. W. T. TUPftB. Hgr.
BIG DOUBLE BILL
Two Reels Cameraphone
Four nights commencing Wednesday, Dec. 2nd
Cameraphone Reel No. 1
MAEION RAYMOND A Dainty Little Lady.
THE WANDERER'S RETURN A Characteristic Southern Sketch.
HOME BONOS Favorite Genu of Europe and America.
Cameraphone Reel No. 2
WARE AND BRODERIOK Comedy Sketch Team.
THE COLLEGE FOUR With good that cheer.
ZUYDER ZEE The Big Sketch Act that Ran 365 Nights in New York.
THE SHEPHERDESS A Pretty Love Story Beautifully Tinted.
TEN PICKANINNIES Edison'B Latest Comedy Subject.
SALOME AND THE DEVIL TO PAY A Lubln Comedy.
Continuous performanc starting at 7:30. General admiselon 15c; re
NOTE Our second performance starts five minutes after conclusion of
first performance at the Iris Theater.
220 N. BROAD
;5 till tl4"H I IH W'HH'M4I
THE WANDERER'S RETURN.
A characteristic southern story and a
big doublo bill tonight for the last
time at tho Cameraphone theater. The
best yet. '
THE NEW GROCERY
We have in stock only groceries of quality, and our stock Is new and
fresh. If you arc not satisfied with your groceries, try us, as we know"
we can please you. Wc guarantee satisfaction.
OUR PHONE NUMBER IS 1711
.Call us up; you can rest assured that your order will receive tho
same careful attention as though you came to the store Our wagon
will call if you wish.
KIBBE GROCERY CO.
Just Across the Bridge on Pascoe Hill
. .Big danco at Dreamland tonight.
Catholic 1'nir at Dreaihland, Decem
ber 11 and 12.
Why pay more -ulion you can get,
not only 90 fine largo cups of Dr.
Shoop's Health Coffeo from a 25c pack
age but a Coupon on a 25c silvered
"No-Drip" ColTeo Strainer besides?
Look for tho Coupon I put them in
now. The satisfaction is, besides, most
perfect. Sold by Morehead & Limn.
For conl, wood, hay nnd grain, phone
2511. Brown & Francis.
i To serve you meals at popular prices.
If you want well-cooked meals and tne
best coffee in the eity, here's the place
t to come.
Ford's Coffee House
Next to Old Dominion
Catholic Fair rtt Dreamland, Decem
ber 11 and 12.
THE HOME OF THE OASTELANES.
Sco Paris in mininturo at the Iris tonight.
Nearly everybody known DoWitt'H
Littlo Early Risers are tho best pills
made. Thoy aro small, pleasant, suro
Littlo Liver pills. Sold by Palace
Pharmacy and United Drug Co.
Matinee today at 2:30 at Dreamland.
STALLCUP FOR noftSE SHOE
ING, WAGON AND VCARRIAQE
WORK. NEAR O. K. STABLE.
Nobo better than TonylFaust beer.
Sold only at The Parlor.- ill. B. Mon
Danco at Maurcl hall ton'ght.
Seo tha great "moon" and 'hear
"Ded Wlng sung by Eila and Jack
Garvin at Dreamland tonight.
DOUBLE BILL TONIGHT
The Cameraphone bus been pelasing
its ninny patrons by presenting a double
bill .this week consisting of two reels of
silent pictures ahd twd reels of talking
pictures. A silent picture, "Tho Shep
herdess," opens tho bill nnd is a pretty
story picture, beautifully tinted
throughout. Tho first Cnnieraphone reel
introduces. Miss Marion Raymond, who
sings two comic songs in a very pleas
ing manner. "Tho Wanderer's Re
turn" is a characterisTIc southern
sketch, full of humor nnd pathos. Home
rongs by tho Camcraphono mixcdvquar
tct closes tho first reel. The second reel
of silent pictures contains two comic
subjects, "Ten Picknninnics,' by Edi
son, nnd "Salome nnd the Devil to
Pay," by Lubin. The performance is
Closed bj' a reel of talking pictures pro
renting Ware & Brodcrick, clover char
acter comedians, College Boys' Fun,
singing one sontimentnl and two comic
songs, and Earl Farrell & Co., in sing
ing specialty, "Down by tho Zuydor
Zee." This is really one of the best
bills so far staged by the Cameraphone
and will be presented for the last time
By spcciul request, tho Bell Boy com
pany will repeat their, opening bill to
night, that sensational musical melange.
"A Bell Boy," nnd it is safe to say
the house will be packed, as it is an
unusual event, this chance to see a $1.50
show for 75 cents.
Johnny and Ella Galvin are positive
ly inimitable in this, their pet bill, and
James Grady, as Coogan, tho Frisco
sport, must bo seen to be appreciated.
All the great special feature numbers
will be presented, including "Red
Wing," "Tootsic and Buster," the au
tomobile number, "Give My Regards
to tho Bowery," and others.
As a special inducement, a grand free
dance will bo given after the show, and
all holding reserve seat checks will be
entitled to lemnin.
This afternoon at 2:3Q o'clock, a spe
cial ladies' and children's matinee will
be given, and all children holding the
school cards will be admitted for 15
This popular company will closo their
engagement on Sunday night, and for
that occasion will present a brand new
musical comedy, with new fcaturesricw
scenery and new specialties.
COLLEGE BOYS FUNV
And two reels of talking pictuies to
night for the last time at the Camera
Big dance after the show at Dream
Dance at Maurcl hall tonight.
LAST TIME TONIGHT.
Of the big double bill at the Camera-,
Continuous Show Starting at 7:30
Moving Pictures Two Great Griefs (comic); The Tenant's Revenge
Illustrated Song by Miss Westfail That's Gratitude.
Moving Pictures Tho Wayward Daughter; The Bully.
Specialty by Miss Westfail.
Moving Pictures Parisian Life in Miniature; The Basket Party
Our second performance starts five minutes after the conclusion of first
performance at the Cameraphone Theater.
Great MusicaL Comedy
Repeated by Request
All the Famous Musical Numbers
Reserve Seats Early
Matinee Today at 2:30 pm.
Special Prices for School Children
Tomorrow Night Last Performance
A New Musical Comedy
Tuesday, Dec. 8th, "Josh Perkins"
Seats now being reserved
of Dress Goods
This sale of Dress Goods is a bona fide
sale and will last through the holidays.
Now is the time to buy your wife a
present that she will appreciate, and
will be money well spent .
Warm blue Henrietta, wag 75 cents, now. ...? 50f
Bed Henrietta, was 35 cents ,now '. . 26c
Black Henrietta, was $1.25, now ,. ,.' 80c
Pink Henrietta, was 35 cents, new 25c
White Henrietta, was 75 cents, r ow , i BOe
Palo blue Henrietta, was 35 cen'a, now . .' 25c
Brown Henrietta, was 35 cents, row 25
Palo blue Albatross, was 75 cents, now . . . '. ; 50c
Black Brilliantlno, was $1.25, now ?..-...... 80c
Fancy brown Brilliantine, was $1.25, now ." 80c
Pale blue Brilliantine, was 75 cents, now .50c
Green Brilliantine, was 75 cents, now 5W
Pink Brilliantine, was 75 cents, row 50e
Thlrty-flvo pieces of fancy suiting consisting of fancy black plaids ao
stripes and figures in all the latest colorings.
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