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said yesterday that tbiB is thy largest
city in tho world- in whiclvis not lo
cated anactivo branch ol- tho order,
although many members6f tho lodge
aro residents of tho ciw
Aid Society Meeting
Tho 'Ladies Aid Society of tho Pres
byterian church will meet on Thursday
at 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. N. C. Kenton,
en Cottonwood street, East Globe.
Men who own automobiles began putting
' their money in the bank when they were
boys and kept at it. You are never too
young to begin a good habit.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital, Surplus and Shareholders' Liability, $300,000
KECK HELD ON NEW CHASGE
INSTEAD OF FOE ANNOYING
A REAL' ESTATE BARGAIN
What do you think of this: Two two-room houses and largo Jovol lota 60s
100 Xeot, tho bouses nice now, and In food shape. Why dbTyou pay rent
-when you can get a bargain like th's? Just think of It, either of thosci,
places for 5800 on easy terms. Coma quick, for theso places aro on tho mar
kct for a few days only at thosa prlcco.
If you bavo proporty for salo, list it with rno, I will troat you right.
Tho placo where 70U get a square deal.
230 NORTH BROAD ST.
SHORT STORIES OF THE CITY
W. O. Tuttio, Rice; E. B. Tinker, Mi
ami; J. M. Foster, Safford; P. E. Eich,
San Diego; J. M. Palmer, New York;
Ed. .M. Fitzgerald, Denver; A. E. Bern
ker, San Francisco; Mrs. E. , O. Hook
and 'family, "Miaini.
Improves Brick Works
With some 25,000 concrete building
bricks to turn out for tho now Jones
building, J. Maurol ban Installed now
machinery to bo used in the concrete
business and today ho expects to begin
"manufacturing tho bnilding blocks. Mr.
Mnurcl has installed a ton horsepower
electric motor, by which his hydraulic
briek machino will bo operated, produc
ing an enormous prc?suro on tho brick
and making it as solid and compact as
a pressed fire brick. A gasoliue engino
was tried at first, but it did not give
sufficient power and tho motor w;is sub
Ktitutod. A number of trial bricks were
turned out yesterday, the result of tho
test run being ontirely satisfactory.
Complaint was filed against Juan
Jnarotsho yesterday by Judge Hinsou
Thomas, charging him with insanity.
A partial examination of tho man's
condition was heard beforo Judge- Hob-
ertson, but as thoro are other witnosscs
to bo cxnmined, the matter was con
tinued. In tho opinion of thp exam
ining physicians, Drs. Fox and Wiloy,
Juaretsho is rational for a grcator part
of tho time, but whllo under the influ
ence of epileptic fits, to which ho is sub
ject, ho suffers from mental aberration.
During tho process of his examination,
tho-prisoner''explaincd that- the state
ments ho mado somo time ago to tho
effect that lie was a Mexican consul
woro meant only as a joke.
Mr. and Mrs. Denis Murphy yester
day quietly eelobrated tho twentieth
anniversary of thoir mnrriago at their,
homo in this city. It was just twenty
years since young Denis, after several
years in Amorica, returned to Europo
for tho girl of his choice, and brought
her to tho new land of promise as his
bride. It is tho wish of their many
friends that they- may .livo to cele
brate many more anniversarios of their
happy wedded life.
To Organlso Hive
E. L. Bampus, state commander. of
the Knights of the Maccabees, is in tho
city for tho purposo of organizing a
lodgo of that ordor in Globe. Ho has
boon actively engaged in tho work of
organization -for sovcial years and it is
probable that ho will bo ablo to or-
Instwid of being tried on a chargo of
assault, as had been expected, O, Keck,
who was caught in the act or paying
impropor attentions to a young girl
Tuesdav morning, was turned over to
the probato court yesterday by Judgo
Thomas, to' bo tried on a chargo of in
In his hearing in Judge Robertson's
court, with Drs. Fox and Wiley in at
tendance the testimony of both the
girl and her mother was taken. Both
testified that Keck had seemed ini'atu
ated with tho girl for tho past several
months, had called at tho housa auc1
asked to take her buggy riding mid on
ono occasion had held the girl and tried
to make her talk to him.
Tho girl testified that Tuesday morn
ing, Keck caught her irr a hallway on
North Broad street, and kissel her
twico beforo hor screams attracted the
attention of Deputy Sheriff Spoon, who
arre3ted tho man.
Keck testified that he wns a miner,
50 years of ago and that ho had bee
in Globe for tho past eight years. The
hearing was continued until today, til
secure additional witnesses.
HQLGQMBE OH DENTAL BOARD
Local Dentist Honored by Appointment
According to Telegram Eecoived
Dr. J. Dclanoy Tlolcombo has boon
appointed as 1 member of tho torri
torial board of dental examiners, ac
cording to a telegram received from
Georgo W. P. Hunt, president of the
territorial council, last night.
. Mr. Holcombo is recognized -as one
of tho foremost members of tho dental
profession in this part of the territory
and his many friends will bo pleased to
hear of his appointment to the position.
Tho board of dental examiners meets
at Pho'enix at stated intervals, at which
timo Mr. Holcombo will bo in attend
ance. The' board passes on the quali
fications of thoso wishing to bo exam
ined for certificates admitting them to
practico dentaj surgery,
Tho Skelly studio is no longer. Knight
A. Smith has taken over this -business
anf has moved to 49? North Broad
street. For two weeks commencing Sun
day, March 21, Mr. Smith will
V juvenile- folder photo for
II ESCAPE OE
II CHILDREN IN
FRIGHTENED HOESE DASHES
SIDEWALK IN FEONT OF
Only by mcro chance, did the two
young children of David neron escape
serious injury yesterday nftornoon,
when a runaway horso dashed onto tho
sidowalk in front of the Globo Hard
ware company, whero they were stand
ing. One of tho children, a girl about
oight years old, was somewhat bruised
about tho body when sho fell in at
tempting to eseapo from tho path of
the animal. Tho boy, two years youug
or, was uninjured.
Tho horse, which was icnted from a
livory stable by "Harry Markovitz, a
Los Angoles hide buyer, became f right
cnndvhilo standing near the Broad
Btreot railroad crossiug. It became un
manageable when a switch engino ap
proached and, breaking tho hitching
strnp, dashed down Broad street. Turn
ing, it ran back Hjll strec't to Oak
street and down Oak street past the
court houso; having, freed itself frtim
tho Jbuggy in thq nufantinio.
Unable to turn the corner, tho how
ran onto tho Bidownlk and foil, sliding
about forty feet. Fortunately it missed
not only the pedestrians, but the lar'g
;?laSH windows in the hardware store
Tho buggy was practically demolish
ed whon it collidod "with an obstruction
it the junction of Hill and High street.
Although tho accident wns unavoid
able, Mr. Mnrkovitz hunted up the in
terested parties ami;, promised to niako
good any loss which had been occasioned.
PREPARE TO UU
OLD BUILDINGS EEING TOBN UP
TO MAKE KOdM FOE NEW
COEBETT WANTS SCRAP.
WHEELING, March 17. James
Corbett issued tonight a second chal
lenge for a fight with either Jeffries
The work of demolishing tho frnmo
buildings opposite the Majestic theater,
where a new livory stable is to bo
erected by Councilman Higdoa and
Georgo Shuto, 'began yestQrday. Tho
work proceeded TapJJIy and" within a
short time, these land marks will have
disappeared, to make wav for a more
Judgo Pratt, whoso office has been
located in' the building, regained nis
place until the roof, had been removed
from the bno-story structure. Today ho
will move to ono of tho buildings owned
by Jones & Son, immediately to the
west, where ho will tako up temporary
quarters. Tho now stable is to bo built
ill makot along modem lines and will be as near
$3.50 a; fire proof as it is possible to mako a
building of that class. It is evidenced
by. tho rapidity with which tho old
structuro is being demolished, that
work on tho new structuro will
bo rushed to completion with all pos-
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THE GILA VALLEY BANK & TRUST' GO.
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pnOCTOM IE. M. HTJBD, Local Mcaage.-.
L. D KICKETTS WALTEB DOUGLA
T. A, PASCO! R, B. HEGAEDT
B. M. RUED
8. VAN GOBDBR, Ciahitr.
H. 8. VAN GOBDEX
A. T. THOMSON
We Invito Now Busiaem
WX fy 4 pet coat on Sfivinga Account
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Groceries and Low Price
YOU'LL DO WELL TO TAKE 'CAEEFUL NOTE OF THI3 ADVERTISEMENT. IT'S ANOTHEE
STEIKING EXAMPLE OF THE WAY WE DO BUSINESS WE BELIEVE IN SELLING GROCERIES
NOT KEEPING THEM.
a fine whit6 . fish,
Imported Edam Checso wrapped in t!n
foiL This is tho very best
Eiamarck Herring in Wine Sauce,
four for ..
Imported Russian Sardines,
por pound ,
Codnah Middles, no better codfish in
town, por pound
COME IN AND SEE THESE GOODS FOE YOUESELF.
GOODS, DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
THE SEELIG COMPANY, Inc.
x Wholesale and Retail Grocers
THE HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU
KONEY ON YOUE GEOCEEIES
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E IS SCENE
ONE OF LAEGEST CROWDS OF
3EASON GATHERS TO REVEL
ON SAINT'S BLETHDAY.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 17.
Forecast for Arizona: Fair Thursday
HOLDS ALL RECORDS
For fine music,, songj and dances, does
"A norrible Night," tho play which
will bo prcsontcd tho first timo at tho
A "Splendid Showing!
1" of Easter Millinery 1
fe Never have we been so well equipped to wait on the ladies of Globe as
this season; our stock is the largest and most complete we have ever had
The showing is so com
plete and the beauty
and individuality of each hat is
so striking that it would house
less to attempt a description of
them all, but we can readily as
sure you that no like display was
ever made before in this city.
It is time to be thinking of that
Easter hat. It will pao you to
come in and get first choice.
Remember Special prices on ail
Millinery from now untif Easter
Easter this year comes
on April 1 1 th.f From now
until then we are, going to make
some very special prices in our
millinery department. Every
hat will be marked at less than
its actual value. We are deter
mined to make this spring the
greatest millinery season in our
history, and if great values will
do it, then we shall succeed.
Remember Special prices on all
Millinery from now until Easter
Ono of the most successful dancing
parties to bo given in this city by any
fraternal orr was the third annual
ball of Globe Council of the Knights
of Columbus, n Dreamland last night.
Fully 700 gay rovolers attended tho
dance and tripped the light fautistic
nutil a lato hour. The crowd is said
to have been one of the largest ever
seen at tho pavilion and much diffi
culty wns experienced in executing the
A splendid docorative effect: was car
ried out. From the center of tho pa
vilion was suspended a huge silk flag
of Ireland. From this point streamers
of green were draped to the balcony,
whero smaller Irish flags and tho na
tional colors of red, white and blue,
both in flag and bunting, wero blended
into a harmonizing effect.
Small Irish flag stick pins wero given
as favors 'and green, punch was served
to the thirsty. Irish selections were
rendered by tho orchestra.
Tho floor .was in excellent condition
and everyone who attended seemed to
enjoyo themselves imniensely and many
wero tho complimentary exprssions of
thd efficiency of the management.
C. T. Sturgeon, P. L. Butz, Curtis A.
Dolt, J. J. Maloney and J. A. Me.Uecr
made up tho floor committee, with Law
reneo Cusack, Noil Ryan, Joseph Ryan,
Albert Altwics and William Burko on
tho reception committee.
.To Globe Women
We are now open for business
Call and see us
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PLAY CAUSES EAETHQUAKE
According to Jas. P. Lee, the play
"A Horrible Night," which will bo pro
sented tho first time in Globo at tho
Majestic tonight, was responsible for
tho San Francisco earthquake. See it
and judge for yourself.
IF IT EISES AT ALL
She How could you tell papa that
you wero up every, morning in time to
see the sun rise when you tlon't get
up till 9?
He That's all right. Tho sun rises
until noon, doesn't it? Boston Transcript.
Globe's biggest arid
fastest growing store
We make the priees
today and all thetime
NOTICE TO CONTEACTOES.
Bid.? will be received by tho under
signed until the 25th day of March,
1909, for the purchase of the buildings,
etc., on lots 77, 4b, in block 80. Tho
successful bidder will be rcanircd to
remove such buildings nnd all debris
within thirty days from dato of pur
chase. The trustees reserve the right
to roject any and all bids. Bids will
be left at the store of Ryan & Co.
Trustees, B. P. O. E.,
G. S. VAN WAGBNEN,
Globe, Arizona, vMarch 17, 1909.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I have succeeded F. O. Hanna as
Secretary of the Citizens Loan & Trust
Co. All parlies wishing to pay dues,
ploaso pay same to me at Palace- Phar
macy. M. E. CONBOY,
Secretary Citizens Loan & Trust Co,
MILLER'S LUNCH COUNTER
will in the future serve short orders
from 4:00 p.
till closing time
MILLER'S LUNCH COUNTE
400 Broad Street
IN JUSTICE COURT
JUDGE PEATT HAS BUSY DAY IN
SENTENCING TOE MINOS
The Globe Bakery Hall has been
leased for dancing. Dances will be giv
en each Wednesday and Saturday night
beginning at 9 o'clock sharp.
Three offenders against the pcaca.and
dignity of the city appeared Ticforo
Judge Pratt yesterday. Each one of
,tho offenders had committed more than
tho usuhl offense of getting drunk nnd
fines of $10 each wero assessed in each
An Indian named Kawhide was tho
first offender to face the court, lie had
created a disturbance a short distance
below the city Tuesday night and took
the scntenco meted out by the court
with the customary aboriginal stoicism'
Nich Micich was up for discharging
fire arms. Nick told a story about
how he was showing the young arsenal
to some friends when it wns discharged
accidentally, but he admitted to having
celebrated to a slight excess and his
tale of woe was disregarded by tho
"Laughing Dave"' Moore was also
in court. With his usual optimism,
Davo admitted that he created a dis
turbance of tho peaco and, promising
to bo good for at least a few days,
was let off with tho uamo finb as his
predecessors; ' -. - .
KEITH THEATEE COMPANY.
Tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of tho Keith Theater Company
will bo held at the office of the com
pany, 120, South Broad street, Glob",
Arizona, March 31, 1909, at 2 o'c!o;k
p. in., for the purposo of electing direc
tors and for the transaction of diicb
other business as may bo brought be
foro said meetings
Attest: E. E. KEITH, President.
.CHAS. T. MARTIN, Secretary.
$1800.00 AND $1000.00 AND $555.00
CASH ESCEOW DEPOSITS, WAITHJO
LLOANS ON GOOD SEAL ESTATE
sEcuBrrrES by the globe bank
& SAVTNGfl COMPANY.
FASHION HALL COMPLETED.
Tho lodgo hall over tho Fashion sa
loon is completed and for rent to lodges,
societies, dancos'and any publij meet
ings. Seasonable prices. Applv to
BRACCO & GIACOAfA,
THE CITIZENS BANK OF GLOBE
IS NOW EECEIVING THE MABKET
QUOTATIONS BY WISE AND IS
PEEPAEED TO EXECUTE YOUE OR
DERS PEOMPTLY FOR THE PUB
CHASE OE SALE OF STOCKS, AND
CONTINUES TO TRANSACT A GEN
ERAL BANKDTO BUSINESS. YOUE
PATRONAGE SOLICITED. S. F
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