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Thursday, May 26, 1910.
THE DAIEdftSIEVER BELT
WILD Tho funeral of tho late A. E.
Wild will take placo from the fun
oral chapel of P L. .Tones St Son to
day nt 3 p. m. Prionds invited.
BRIEF LOCAL NOTES
SIOP CATTLE A trainload of cat
tle and three carloads of goats were
shipped from tho valley yesterday, en
route to Denver. Other sliipmeuts will
follow In a few days.
GETS NEW OAR Dr. It. D. Ken
nedy has received a new Maxwell auto
mobilo which ho is now breaking in.
Tho car is very handsome, in appearance
and has all tho earmarks of a servico
ROW OVER LAND According to
advices received from Winkclman yes
terday by District Attorney Shnte, a
factional fight over tho possession " of
land in that camp, which has been
in progress intermittently for several
months, has broken out again. Al
though advices from that camp are mea
ger, it is understood that the trouble i
is somewhat serious and District At
torney Shuto will lenvo this morning;
to investigate tho matter.
The First National Bank
J. N. PORTER
W. D. FISK
P. P. GREER
J. D. COPLEN
L. E. WIQHTMAN
J. N. ROBINSON
MEMORIAL DAY rA i-m "D.-.. DECORATION
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Former Price $6.50.
GOOD PICTURES "The 101
Ranch," tho depiction of a wild west
shoy in tho open, will e given at the
Ainlomo tonight. This picture, which
is unusually long, will furnish practi
cally tho entire bill and from the high
favor with which it has been received
elsowhere, it should provo decidedly en
tertaining. PRISONERS LEAVE Under tho
care of Doputy Sheriff George Hender
son and .lames Lightfoot, Peto Juras
covich and P. E. Pullen will leavo for
tho territorial penitentiary at Florence
this morning. Pullen was convicted of
grand larceny and Jurascovich of as
san'it with a deadly weapon upon Pat
Drazell, at tho O. K. Corral.
ACCIDENTAL DEATH An inquest
was hold yesterday over the remains of
Fred Faulk, who died Tuesday night
as the result of injuries received by an
explosion in tho shaft of the National
Mining & Exploration company. The
coroner's jury investigated the accident
very thoroughly and returned a verdict
of accidental death, without fixing the
NEW SINGER Miss Mnrjorie Dal
ton, who has been a member of the
Quinn stock company for tho past sev
eral weeks, mado her initial appearanco
United States, Territorial, County and
CONCERT BY THE GLOBE CITY BAND
South of Courthouse, just off
Transit to and from the Park
B I 59 fajpaWttl1 W tjKiyf SkafH Hf W aaV
at tho Globe theater last night. Miss
Dalton sang several numbers during the
two performances and was well re
ceived. She possesses an excellent and
very well trained contralto voico and
should become popular at tho Globe.
LAST COUNCIL MEETING The
last regular meeting of the city coun
cil will be held tonight, when the bulk
of the affairs of tho present administra
tion will be brought to a close. A num
ber of business matters will receive at
tention, including reports on the water
question, a report from B. J.. Barron,
who is examining tho books of the wa
ter department and several ordinan'es
which have been hanging over for some
time. It is probable that a special
meeting will bo held Saturday, to wind
up the business of tho present council.
Mound City Painis are better. Whal
ley Lumber Co.
WE HAVE A FULL STOCK
Eye glass frames in solid gold,
raid filled and nickel.
GLOBE JEWELRY CO.
WASHINGTON, I). C, May 25.
Forecast for Arizona: Generally fair
Thursday and Jriday.
J. N. PORTER, Prest.
P. P. GREER, V. Prest.
J. N. ROBINSON, Cashier.
A. J. McKINNON, Asst. Cashier.
G C. SIMMONS, Asst. Cashior.
J. T. BROWN, Asst. Cashier.
ments Served by
of Broad Street Rapid
$7 and $8
Try Any Variety of
1 Bejtn your recovery lodijr A50 cent lube of Rectol ii complete
in itiell, reidy for uie with no trouble or bother Don't
deljy The fint treitmeit !lvlscc too paia aid atartt jroa
a lh road le
ember the nime
Only authorized agents for Globe.
PALACE DRUa CO.
Civil War Piece Well Pre
sented by Members of
"Struck Oil," a comedy drama deal
ing with the days of tho Civil war,
was presented at the Martin theater
last night and in spito of its rather in
congruous name, proved to bo a decided
ly entertaining piece.
The play has to do with John Stofel,
a German shoeinakor who enters the
Civil war as a substitute for one Dea
con Skinner. During the war, Stofel
is injured and partially loses his mind,
which fact is taken advantage of by
Skinner, in an effort td deprive btofcl
of his property. Stofel eventually re
covers and not only thwarts tho plot
but discovers that oil has been round
on his property and that ho has become
The members of the Quinn Stock com
pany present the piece in a very credit
able manner, Herbert Ashton and Miss
Branscombe having the chief roles.
The engagement of the present stock
company will close the latter part of
next week, musical comedy to lollow.
J. V. Prochaska of Miami was in this
city yesterday on business.
John J. Birdno of Safford came in
last night to spend a few days here on
Professor J. A. Matthews of the
Tempo Normal school is visiting friends
in this city.
Charles J. Asche returned from Los
Angeles last night, after attending his
brother's funeral. '
.T. II. Hatherly of Thatcher arrived
hero last night to take up local work
for the Arizona Eastern railway. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Hatherly.
Fred Jones returned to this city last
night after spending several weeks on
the coast.' He went as far .north as
Seattle and had a very enjoyable trip.
Mrs. J. Weinberger, who has been
visiting relatives in the valley, re
turned last night.
DON'T GO WITHOUT .
Your glasses if you break a lense,
as we can replace it in fifteen
GLOBE JEWELRY CO.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will clear the sour stomach,
sweeten the breath and create a heal
thy appetite. .They promote tho flow
of gastric juice, thereby inducing good
digestion. Sold by all druggists.
NOT SO HARD
"It was rather hard to lose your
dau'ghter, eh?" remarked the guest, af
ter the wedding.
"Oh! no," icplied the bride's father.
"It did seem hard at one time, but
Mary finally landed this fellow just
as we were losing all hope."
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HUNDREDS OF LENSES '
Arc being replaced by us while the
GLOBE JEWELRY CO.
HUNDRED HOMES ARE
BURNED IN CHINA
Officials Abandon Town to
Mcrcv of Mobs
CIIANGSHA, China, May 25. A
messenger who arrived here from Yi
Yang reports that one hundred houses
have been burned by mobs. Tho offi
cials have lied and tho town is at the
mercy of the rioter?. The telegraph
wires have been cut and . details are
Bands of rioters have advanced along
the main road and are moving noitli
ward. Several' villages havo been en
We cau replace any broken Ienso
in fifteen minutes.
GLOBE JEWELRY CO.
Tho splendid work of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets is daily
coming to light. No such grand remedy
for liver and bowel troubles was ever
known before. Thousands bless them
for curing constipation, sick headache,
biliousness, jaundice and indigestion.
Sold by all druggists.
IF OUT OF TOWN
Send the broken lense to us.
can replace it.
GLOllE JEWELRY CO
The Gila Valley
Savings Department in Connection. 4 per cent interest paid on Savings Accounts.
Foreign Exchange at lowest rates. Safety deposit boxes absolutely fire proof.
C. E. MILLS, President L. D. RICKETTS, Vice Prest. T. A. PASCOE, Vice Prest.
DIRECTORS H. L. VAN GORDER, Cashier GEO. A. OLNEY E. M. HURD, Local Manager
: WALTER DOUGLAS R. B. HEGARDT A. T. THOMSON
New Busniess Invited.
NOTICE TO THE rUBLIO
Dr. Lord has opened dental parlors
In the new Sultan block, second floor.
Rooms 3 and 4. Phono Main 16.
The store now occupied by the
Union Clothing Co. (Kroon & Re-
lando) Miners' Union building,
will be vacant by June 1st, and
bids for leasing said store will bo
received at Miners' Union office on
or before the above date. For par-
tlculars see the Secretary of the
Miners' Union, or call phone 376.
QUARTER POUND A WEEK
At least is what a young baby ought to
gain in weight. Docs yours! If not,
there's something-wrong with its di
gestion. Give it McGee's Baby Elixir
and it will begin gaining at once. Cures
stomach and bowel troubles, aidsdiges
tion, stops fretfulncss, good for teeth
ing babies. Price 25c and COc. Sold by
Coolest and Best Showshop
in the Southwest
GLOBE AMUSEMENT CO., Prop.
ERNEST VAN PELT, Manager
"Girls' Boarding School"
Miss MABJORIE DALTON
Will Sing Two Songs, Featuring
Prices: Reserved Seats 25e: Oenernl
Admission 15c. Box office ormn 7 n. m
First show at 8:00 Second show at 9:15.
Blue Tip and California Matches
6 Packages for 25c
All Kinds Laundry Soap
6 for 25c
Pie Fruits - Gallon Size
Berries, Apricots and Peaches, 40c
Table Fruits - Assorted
6 Cans for $1.00
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Bank & Trust Co.
Than a refreshing bath these hot days.
We have 'em at the Newport barber
B. K. SNOWSKI
The Most Reliable Tailor In Arizona
Sixteen Years' Experience
Gent's suits mado to order. La
dies' garments altered to fit, skirts
shortened and fitted around the hips.
No fit no pay.
Also clean and press. I do any
kind of repairing and do it right at
right prices. All work guaranteed.
Globe Office Bldg.
Next door to telephone office
Wo aim to satisfy the men with
particular taste, the man who wants
tho best his money will buy. We
make our clothes at home. They are
mado by hand, made to fit, stylish
and to keep shape as long as they
last. Prices $22.00 and up. All suits
for $30.00 or up nro made strictly
by hand. Wo guarantee a fit or re
fund your money.
In connection we have tho only
steam cleaning plant in Arizona. If
you are a particular man, come here.
We can surely please you.
K.K.K.iio.& Dye Works
Walter & Griffith
TEL. MAIN 234 385 N. BROAD
Contractor and Builder
P. 0. Box 14 Phone 1181
Globe Tent I Awning Co.
Tents, Awnings. General
383 North Broad. Phone Main 404
If not satisfied as to quality, come to us and money mil
"YOU CANNOT BETTER THE BEST"
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The breeziest, coolest place
in town to spend an
Teddy Bear Sundae
Music Tonight from 8 to 10.
Ice Cream $1.5 gallon, 50c quart,
iShorbets $1.50 gallon.
Ices $1.25 gallon.
Brick Ice Cream 50c.
DR. H. H. SCHELL
Send broken glasses to bo repaired or
duplicated. Next visit to Globe in
Fine neck chains in solid gold
and gold filled, ranging in prices
from $3.00 up to $25.00.
Latest thing in lockets in solid
gold set with diamonds, and gold
filled, from $1.50 up to $50.
Brooches in solid gold, gold
filled, in prices from $3.00 up to
CARL E. STOKOE,
Railroad Watches a specialty.