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A WORD TO THE WISE 13 STJFriOIENT
Sovcnth Successful Week of tho Jas. Pi, lee Comody riayers.
In tho latest and greatest of "all conicdy ouccesses
. "A HORRIBLE NIGHT" ,.
Tho play that caused the San Francisco earthquake. Tho play that hold3
all records f or ,fun, music, "songs and dances. TO SEE IT Is to enjoy
j qIaaimuic ovening.
Special Souvenir Matinoo Sunday afternoon, 3 o'clock.. A. boautiful
cight-picco silver sot to ba given away one piece at a titno to every
lady attending our 8unday matinees. Coo sample set at Palaco Phar
macy and Naquins'.
(?) WATCH FOR RAFFLES (?)
Prices 15c, 25c, 35c, on Sale at Palace Pharmacy
' A HOKIUBLE NIGHT ' '
"A Horriblo Night," as produced -at
tho Majestic last night by tho Jaa. P.
Lee Comedy Players, may bo true to
name asVfar as tho story worked out on
the stago goes, but it is far from it
fioru tho standpoint of au amusement
production. Tho pioco is a Bcream from
start to finish and it docs not take a
press agont with a cast iron conscience
to niako tho abortion cithcri
Tho plot of the pioco concerns a pan
of happily wedded husbands and wives.
Ono of tho wives has unbounded confi
dence iu hor spouse. Tho other holds
that a man is true to hit wife that is,
letter perfort when ho is afraid of be
ing found 'out and not otherwise. To
tost their better halves, tho arrango a
They send anonymous notes to each
hubby, .asking him to attond a maskod
ball. ' Uoth men fall into .tho trap und
at tho iinalo find that each has been
entortaiuimr tho wife of tho other. It
is noodlesa to say that thcro arc abuud-
ant opportunities for plenty of comedy.
What may bo haid is that every mem
ber 6f tho company makes tho best of
Tonight VAUDEVILLE Tonight
PIERCE & BOSLYN -Tho favorites in a now singing act.
GAEBET Trick piano player.
VINCENT GEOWLEY -Singing tho rustic ballad "When tho Whip
poorwill Sings, Marguerite" beautiful illustrated.
MOVING PICTURES "At tho Altar," "Love Me, Lovo My Dog."
Seats on Sale at Anderson's Candy Store
Prices always tho same 15c and 25c.
As ono of tho 'wives. Hiss Thcl
Thatcher is excellent, probably bettor
than in any part in which she has bo
far been cast in this city. Miss Bar
bier deserves much commendation and
Miss Vnuco received a good "hand,'
oyen if shq did take a neat fall in the;
second show and iicarly bring down the
scenery also thd notice. Tupper forgot
his lines only occasionally, and, in fact,
everyone is good.
A special setting is used in the sec
oud act, which enhances the bill.
AT THE IRIS.
'Unrrot, tho trick piano player who
was billed to open as one of the feat
ures at the Iris' last night, did not put
in an appearance and will probably not
bo seed 'hero until tho first of next
Pierce and Jtoslyn proved to bo a big
ger attraction thau-cvcr.in their sing
ing act and received numerous encores
for tho high quality of their work.
To complete tho bill, Manager Keith
is showing an extra reel of excellent
motion pictures, bringing the perform
ance, on tbo whole, well up to standard.
LEAD IBS WILL
CLAIM PROPOSED REDUCTION OF
DUTY WOULD CLOSE LOW
To Globe Women
We are. now open for business
Call and see us
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SPECIALS FOR TODAY
Silk Crepe de Cheuc, regular price $1.25 per dj-j
yard, special at - J 1
This'is suitable for evening wear.
Figured Mull, 35c values, now .......' 25c
Figured Mull, 50c values, nov 35c
This is also suitable for evening uvar.
THE BIG STORE
ASSERTS THAT BEOEGANEZATION
OP SMELTEE COMPANY
TUCSON GUN CLUB WILL GIVE
LIEEEAL BEWABDS TO
DENVER, March 18. Following in
formation that tho now tariff bill pro
vided for a reduction in tho rato on
lead and contents of ores from V to
lc a pouud, comes tho announcement
of tho determination of westorn mining
men to fight this reduction, which they
declare will havo tho effect of closing
nearly all tho low grado independent
producing mines in tho United States.
To this end Secretary J. P. Callbreath
of tho Amorican Mining congress today
issued a callfor a moeting of. opera
tors in Salt Lake City Monday, March
28. It is expected that Idaho, Utah
and Colorado will bo largely represent
ed. Callbreath favors a vigorous, cam
paign against this featuro of tho now
tariff bill and will seek to havo head
quarters established at Washington and
a good delegation of interested people
there to urgo tho dofeat of tho proposed
reduction on lead ores. To this end
they will leavo Donvor tho lattor part
of tbt weok ou an extended ,lrip through
Brick Brick Brick
Globe Cement and
TACTORY AND YARDS COR. OAK AND WILLOW STREETS.
' Sales Office No. 15 Trust Building
Have on hand ready for delivery any amount of
well cured Cement Brick. "No order too large for us
to fill. No order too small for our prompt attention.
Plenty of Brick
Deed Alex Uorguos and wife to Qeo.
R. mil, pnrt of block 50, Globo towd
.sito. ' . ' ' , '
dVMJ&auci Taud& JKettaiic,
hftofiwo2j02wwS$CC2jf Cj. t(
Deod Kntherlna. McLano to tho G.
Y. G. & N. railway, riglityjf way, 12.23
DooJ-fioJJi'yion to thcGV.
G-sivTail n ay,-""? ight of way, 7."S,
nv"n 'I'U L'E.-nvvtr
fi-Pun. i::lbunehcsAmateurs, Majestic,
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PKESCOTT, March 18. Enjoying
good health and as enthusiastic as ever
over tho mineral possibilities of Ari
zona, especially Yavapai county, Frank
M. Murphy, president of tho S. F. P.
& P. railroad, recognized as Arizona's
leading financier, arrived homo last I
night from a four mouth's visit in .New
York. President Murphy's visit to tho
Empire City was in connection with his
railroad and mining ontorpriso.
President Murphy conveyed tho agroo
ablo information to tho raining and bus
iness interests of this city and county
through tho Journal-Miner that tho
Humboldt smelters will bo activo again
soon. "Work will be startod thero
surely in tho near future," ho said.
"Excellent progress is "being mado in
tho reorganization and tho people in
terested in tho now company aro among
tho strongest financially in Now York.
Thero is no doubt of tho resumption of
work at tho smeltcre at an early date.
Tho intorosts reprcsonted in tho- now
company aro among tho largest and
most activo in tho country."
Mr. Murphy was accompanied homeH
from Now York by Mrs. Murphy. Thoy
were mot at Ash Pork and accompanied
horo by W. A. Drake, vice president
and general manager, F. P. Cruico as
sistant to tho president of the S. P.,
P. & P., A. W. Edwards, his confiden
tial business associate, and D. Vickers,
editor o'f tho Phoenix' Republican.
Mr. Murphy arrived on No. 1 south
bound passengor train, which arrived
three and a half hours behind the bchcd-
ulo time on account of tho derailing
of tho engine of tho wrecking train
early yesterday morning a short dis
tance south of Cedar Glade.
President Murphy announced after
his arrival thnt ho intends to visit Cas
tle Hot Springs Tuesday.
C. W. Pritchett, a prominent mining
engiuoor of Denver, Colo., arrived in
Globo last ovening and will bo in tho
city for some timo on mining business,
Mrs. O. I. Mund will loavo this morn
ing for Augusta, Kan., whero she will
spend several months visiting relatives
Marcus Lantin has moved intD his
now home at 131 North High street.
KEITH THEATER COMPANY.
Tho annual mooting of tho stock
holders, of tho Koith Theater Company
will bo held at tho oflico of tho com
pany, 120 South Broad street, Globe,
Arizona, March 31, 1909, at 2 o'clock
p. m., for tho purpose ofclocting direc
tors and for tho transaction of auch
other business as may bo brought bo
foro said meetlug.
Attest: E. R. KEITH, President.
CIIAS. T. MARTIN, Secretary.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Bids will bo rocoived by tho undor
signcd until tho 25th day of March,
1909, for tho purchaso of tho buildings,
etc., on lots 77, 4b, in block 8G. Tho
successful biddor will be required to
removo such buildings and all debris
within thirty days from dato o; pur
chase. Tho trustees reserve tho right
to roject any and all bids. Bids will
be left nt tho .jtoro of Ryan & Co.
Tiustces, B. P. O. E.,
WILLIAM RYAN, 7
O. S. VAN WAGENEN,
PATRICK ROSE. ,
Globe, Arizona, March 17, 1909.
TO THE PUBLIC.
1 hate succoodod F. O. Hantia as
SotrfetsryoOho Citizens Loan & Trust
Co. AU parties wishing to pay does,
plcaso pay some to mo at Palaco "Phar
macy. - M.. JS. UUJNiJUX, v
Secretary Citizcns'Loan aTmst'Co.' :
TUCSON, March IS. An enthusiastic
meeting of tho members of tho Tucson
Gun-club was held last ovening at tho
chamber of commerco to discuss plans
for the coming tournament of tho South
western Shooters' association, compris
ing Arizona, New Mexico and South
western Texas. Nearly every member
of tho local club was present and keen
interctt is manifest in tho coming big
It" appears quite probable that Tuc
son will provide an additional $1000
over tho amount "of prize money here
tofore offered at this annual tourna
ment. Last year in El Paso tho prizes
offered aggregated $500 but it is stated
by local club members that the purses
that will' bo hung' up hero will very
likely bo $1500. '
From inquiries that have been re
ceived from Phoenix, Yuma, Douglas,
Bisbee, Globe and Nogales and from El
Pufo, Albuquerque, Santa Fc, Doming
and other New Mexico towns it is esti
mated that thcro will be at least hcvcn-ty-fivo
shooters hero for tho moot. There
will bo fifteen professional experts who
will bo present representing gun and
Tho tournament will be held lato in
September or early in October. It will
be arranged to suit the convenience of
the majority of tho shooters.
SEEK EVIDENCE IN OHIO
AGAINST GOV. HASKELL
BKLLKFOXTA1NE, Ohio, March 13.
Government secret service men are
horo to collect evidonco to bo usod by
tho government's prosecution of Gov
ernor Haskell of Oklahoma: Evidence
is being secured from Ohio people
whose names were used in tho transfer
of dncd? to town lota in Muskogee.
AMATEURS, MAJESTIC TONIGHT.
QUEEN CARRIES Ail IN SLING
Helena Still Suffering From Accident
at Messina at Time cf Ter
KOME, March IS. Queen Hclona is
still suffering from, the effects of hor
accident at Messina during the. days im
mediately following tho earthquake.
An unexpected rise in temperature oc
curred and it was found that one of her
left ribs was broken and nho is today
obliged to carry Ker.arm in. a sling.
Tho quoeu in January was in ono of
the improvised hospitals at Messina,
when she was accidentally knocked
down. Tho accident was not then con
WITH ALL THE TROUBLE
WASHINGTON., D. C., March 18.
Nicaragua is charged with being the
sole causo of tho unsettled condition in
Central America, according to official
statements of tho stato department to
day, basod on dispatches from diplo
matic and consular roports. Tho de
partment has communicated with the
agents, stating that the government
and Mexico had taken action, to prevent
matters taikng a serious turn and re
questing an expression showing tho
opinions hold in various Central Amer
ican capitals. ' .
WHISKY CAUSES RACE SUICIDE
Society Women Harder to Curo Than
Men of Habit of Drinking,
WASHINGTON,- D. C, March 18.
When society women-fall victims to the
drink habit, they are not so easily
cured as men, according to a statement
made tonight at the American society
for tho atudy of alcohol, by Dr. J. D.
Quaekcnboss of New York.
This, and a declaration by Dr., W. S.
Hall of Chicago, that alcohol caused
race suicide, gave tho delegates pleutv
to talk about and they made-full use of
TRY TO FORCE BUILOli
OF MORE DREADNMIGHTS
LONDON, March 18. In tho house
of commons tonight opposition speakers
mado a stroug effort to forco tho gov
ernment to guarautcc that four addi
tional Drcadnaughts should be laid
Premier Asquith declined to promise
anything except that the vessels would
be built if Germany continued nctivo
construction of warship.
Even -the dreamer attracts attention
when ho snores.
You never hear married men say that
figures cannot lio.
It takes a lot of polish to enable a
man to shine in society.
Ono way to avoid the disappointment
of love is to avoid lovo.
Lots of talk that sounds well is noth
ing but sound that's unsound.
The assHauco wo get is seldom sat
isfactory. The bctt way is not to need
The faces of some men look like nc
ciderlfi and some others lcok like dis
asters. Tho hot-air dispenser is always wel
come whou tho mercury roosts at the
A man's bravery isn't always to his
credit. Many a man hasn't sense
enough to bo afraid.
Women would havo no uso for mir
rors that would enablo them to sec
themselves as othors seo them.
Women know that men will make
fools of themselves if given a chance
and thoy give them Jots of chances.
Many a tax dodger would no doubt
hold up his hands in horror if any one
was to call him a thidf but what else
Whilo attention was fixed on other
things, congress took advantago of the
occasion to expire as gracefully as
could bo expected under tho circumstances.
Highest class jdb printing at reason
able prices at Silver Belt.
of good healtu should prevent sickues3
instead of letting themselves get sick
and then try and curo it. So long as
you keep your liver, bowels and stom
ach in a healthy and activo condition
you won't got sick. Ballard's Hcrbine
relieves constipation, inactive liver and
all stomach and" bowol troubles.
Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
A Swollen Jaw
Is not protty nor pleasant. Whcth
cr it's caused by neuralgia, toothache
or accident, Ballard's Snow Liniment
pwill reduce tho swelling and relieve
the pain. Tho great and suro cure for
rheumatism, cuts, burns, bruises, scalds
any and all aches and pains. Sold
by Palace Pharmacy.
not nearly tho menaco to increase
in population that deaths among infants
are. Eight out of ten of those deaths
aro directly or indirectly caused by
bowel troubles. McGeo's Baby Elixir
cures diarrhoea, dysentary, soar stom
ach and all infant ailmcnta of tkis
nature, Just the ' thing for teething
babies. Priee 25c and. 50c a bottle.
'. Sold by .Palace Pharmacy
MILLER'S LUNCH COUNTER
will in the future serve short orders
from 4:00 p. m. till closing time
MILLER'S LUNCH COUNTER
400 Broad Street
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FAMOUS INDIAN HOT SPRINGS
A noted resort for health and pleasure. Rates, (2.00
to $3.00 per day Twenty minute rids from Hot
Springs Station, Graham county,
Arizona. These wonderful wa
ters are recommended to curo
rhoumatism, gout, dropsy, liver,
kidney and stomach troubles,
blood disorders and women's ail
ments. Beautiful lawns and
shade trees; largo plunge and
swimming pool; also fish lake and
boating, lawn tennis and croquet
and swings. Try our wonderful
mud and mineral baths. If yon
are rick, get well. If welL get pleas ure and rest.
Escurcion tickets to JX. Thoinr.s and Indian Hot Springs, Saturday
and f"nday, return Monday, ttonnd trip, S3.15.
W. E. Llnley, DL D., a prominent physician, is located permanently
at the Sprier"
ALEXANDER BROTHEES, Postofflce,. Fort Thomas, Arizona,
for Swell Dressed Ladies
Sultan Bros, are now showing the ad
vance styles of ladies' shoes.
If you want to be right up to now
and also in advance of style, come to our
place for your shoes they are here.
The price is right. Buy the latest styles,
they cost no more.
Don't forget the number
51 North Broad St.
Notice of General Clean Up
I. On the 12th day of March, 1909, the City Council of the City of
Globe adopted Ordinance Number 66 whsreby all promises and vacant
lota within said city are required to be thoroughly cleansed of all
litter, trash or garbage of any kind on or before tho 2nd day of
March, 1909; and all cess pools, closete, privies, cowers, drains or other
offensive places connected with such promises are required to he
cleaned and ditinfectcd.
II. All trash and litter must bo gathered and placed in boxes or
barrels cad the boxes or barrels placed on tho "curb or sidewalk by
the lot owner or 'occupant Tho city teams tiill gather and remove all
garbage so placed during tho week ending March 27th.
III. A thorough inspection of all property in the city will be made
under direction of tho Board of Health to sco that tho provisions of
Ordinance No, 66 have bocn complied with.
Persona failing or refusing to properly clean their ' premises w"
be prosecuted and subjected to the penalties provided in that ordinance.
The ordinance is now being published in the Silver Belt.
Tho object of this clean-up is to place tho city in a sanitary condi
tion before the advent of tho typhoid season; and the Council and the
'Board of Health earnestly urge the . people to co-operate with the city
authorities and to 'do all that may bo dono to promote the health o
tho people during the coming summer.
, , , B. a. TOX, M. D.,
GLOBE, AEIZ., March 17, ,1909.
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