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M. llarkney and littlo son leavo this morning for Cnnnnea, whero they will join Mr. JIarknoy and spend the summer with him. Harvey P. Smith, auditor for tho Smith & Hovland interests, arrived in tho city last evening from Hisbeo on business with tho Globo Consolidated. Misses Maud and Annie Koso returned last ovening from Los Angeles, whore thoy spent several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Koso camo with them ns far as IJowio on their way to Philadelphia with tho Quien Sabo club. Miss Minnio Kingold, managor of the Ifoosovelt-Globo Telophone company, ar rived in tho city from Koosovclt Mon day ami left yesterday morning for Philadelphia, whero sho will visit rola tivos for several weeks. K. T. Wilder of Kansas City, Mo., arrived horo last evening. Mr. Wilder is secrotary of tho Inspiration Mining company and is hero on business con nected with tho affairs of that com pany. Ho will remain hero sovoral days. Pete Butz, manager of tho Globo Plumbing company, roturned last ovon ing from a week's visit in Los Angoles. It was expected that ho would bo ac companied by n bride, but tho many friends who went to tho depot to give him a fitting reception wore much dis appointed when ho stopped of tho Val ley Limited alone. - Tho Last Call Tonight is your last chnnco to see tho funny picturos now at tho Iris. Entiro chango tomorrow night. ' ' To Seo Baldwin Execution Sheriff Thompson will leavo tomorrow for Solomonvillo to attend the execu tion of William Baldwin, which occurs Friday morning. Sheriff Thompson re ceived twonty-fivo invitations to the hanging from Sheriff A. A. Anderson of Graham county, but it is not likely that many will attend from Globo, as tho hanging occurs too early in tho morning and two days will bo required in making tho trip. Boy does to Jail Arthur Bennott, n fourteen-year-old boy, was given ten days in jail yester day by Judgo Thomas. He was caught at 12 o'clock Monday night in tho roar of Barclay & Higdon's hay bam smok ing cigarottes, something thnt ho is not likely to do ugain for some time to come. John Selden wns given ton days for being drunk nnd disorderly. Tho Last Call Tonight is your Inst chnnco to seo the funny pictures now at tho Iris. Entiro ehnngo tomorrow night. - Kcogau's Is ono of Globo 's oldost and bent known cafes; everything flrst-class in bis lino. Call and bo convinced. Van Wagonen, noxt door to the post office, does a gonoral painting and pa por hanging business. All work guaranteed. Aro You Fooling Bluo7 If so go to tho Iris nnd enjoy a hearty laugh. Tho show is great. En tiro chango tomorrow night. Will Camp in Plnals A number of Globo peoplo are prepar ing to make camp in tho Pinal moun tains instead of tho customary trip to tho coast. Work has already been started on a camp which will bo occu pied by Mnyor Sultan nnd family, F. A. Woodward and wife, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. L. Bawlins nnd others. LONGSHOREMEN GIVE MONEY AND SYMPATHY By Associated Press. DETROIT, Mich., July 9. Tho bien nial convention of tho Intornntionnl Longshoromou, Mnr,ino aud Transport "Workors nBsocintion todny adopted reso lutions in sympathy with Moyor, Hay wood and Pottibono, and voting $200 toward tho defense They denounced the attitude of tho mine owners and of ficials toward tho Western Federation of Miners. American Cleaning Works, next door to Wells Fargo. All work guarantood. A Hiiro way to got married is to have a girl make up hor mind to catch you. King up 372 for n painter. Van Wag onon will call on you and givo you a first-class job. Limburgcr cheeso at Banker's Gar den today. COPPER METAL MARKET By Associated Press. NEW YORK, July 0. Copper was weak and lower, as tho lending producers of this cquntry announced a reduction in their selling ? prices. In London it wns 1 10s lower at 09 for spot, and futures O declined 2 to 92. Locally Lako was 22.C0 to 23.50; Electrolytic, O 21.50 to 22.00; Casting, 20.25 to 21.00. There was a scnsntionnl 'decline in tho price of spot tin in Lon- don, which is supposed to reflect the break in tho speculative corner. Spot was quoted at 191, or 7 not lower, and futures 1 lower at & 181. Locally tho market wns lower with spot at 41.00 to 41.10. . Lead was 5.25 to 5.35 in the local market and unchanged at 20 15s in London, Spelter was 2s Od higher nt 2-1 7s Cd in London, but declined about 10 points locally to 0.15 to 0.20. Iron was liighor in London, Standnrd Foundry at 57s and Cleveland Avnrrnnts at 57s 4d; but locally unchanged. Bar silver, 07. Mexican dollars, 52,. HOME IS -EXTENDING FIELD Kcegan's Is one of Globo 's oldest and best known cafes; everything first-class in his line. Call and bo convinced. Storage room phono COL Aro You Feeling Blue? If so go to tho Iris and enjoy a hearty laugh. Tho show is great. En tiro chango tomorrow night. m Sowing machines for ront at J. P. McNeil's Furniture store, opposite tho Minors' union hall, Globo, Ariz. 149 tf Cool Candy Chocolates kopt cool and fresh in tho hottest wcathor at Vnn Wngonons Post Olfico Store. Call and bo convinced. Dutch lunches of all kinds at Bank er's Garden. Saloon Changes Hands Tho St. Louis saloon on lower Broad streot has been sold by Poters & Bruno to Smith & Mnher, who havo taken chargo of tho place, which is ono of the old-timo resorts of tho city. Wo frame pictures. Naquin & Co. If you want to enjoy a good rest go to tho Indian Hot Springs. 239 Storage room phono G01. Aro You Feeling Blue? If so go to tho Iris and enjoy a hearty laugh. Tho show is great. En tiro chango tomorrow night. Tho Naturo of tho Crittontou Work to Bo Mndo Known in AU Parts of tho Torritory At n recent meeting of tho board of miuingcrs of tho Floronco Crittontou homo it wns decided to Vxtend the op portunity of assisting in tho support of tho institution to tho various towns nnd camps of tho territory, says tho Repub lican. A field ropresontntivo it was decided to have, and Miss Broadbrooks, tho worthy lady who has for ten years sorved as matron of tho home, was elect ed to engage in this important work in behalf of tho home. Mrs. Kern, a capablo Christian 4 lady of large experience, was engaged recent ly to assist tho matron and to have chargo during the nbsenco of Miss Broadbrooks; which will now be a large portion of the time, as no part of Ari zona is to bo overlooked. Not ouly will she endeavor to. secure funds for the maintenance of the insti tution, but she will strive to acquaint tho public with tho work of the home in nil its phases. Having been fourteen years doing res cue work, ton, in Phoonix nnd four in Buffalo, N. Y., she knows whorcof sho speaks, so will bo nblo to present the needs, purposes and results of tho work clearly. So broad and far-reaching is the work of tho homo here, being not only a rescue homo but a shelter for friendless nnd destitute women, girls and children as well, that nearly overy person in the territory would consider it a privilege to contribute, according to his means, if tho great. good that this institution is so quietly doing were only better un dorstoo'd. Miss Broadbrooks will spend next week in Globe, whero tho management expects substantial assistance will be rendered this worthy instiution. w Boston clam chowder today at Bank er's Garden. MUSIC AT BANKER'S GARDEN Week Commencing July 8 2 to 4 p. m. and 7:30 to 10 p. m. every day Program By Prof. Aeschliman's Orchestra The Cavalier March. Sydney Harris Nowhalma Waltzes, Geo. D. Barnard Lustspiel, 0'crture Kclcr Bela Dainty Dames Novelette...- Chnrlotto Blake Our Director March.. C. M. Daniels Medley Overture J. Bodewalt Lampo La Bercouso Waltz E. Wnldtenfel Sweetheart March A. Pryor Hot and cold lunches served in connection Wo framo pictures. Naquin & Co. - Calf Has Dog's Head Tho oddest freak animal born in Ver mont in many years has appeared in tho barnyard of II. L. Jones of this vil lage. It is a calf which seems to be half boviuo and half bull terrier dog. The hybrid has tho coat, color, body and hoofs of a calf, but its ears are cropped short, its tail is "scrowed," and its lower jaw is undershot. Tho nose is wrinkled nnd its lower teeth aro exactly liko those of a dog. The animal wags Its tail after tho manner of a ter rier, nnd has a habit of sniffing liko one. ' The day tho calf was born it was taken from its mother, a fine cow of two years, and brought up on a bottlo be cause its teeth made it unsafo for it to obtain its nourishment in the natural way. It is n healthy specimen, and up to tho present time it has thrived and grown. Hundreds of folks have called to seo the oddity and Mr. Jones hns been of fered n considerable sum for it in caso ho can bring it to the weaning stage. Woodstock, Vt., dispatch to New York World. o All tho World Knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment has no superior for rheumatism,- stiff joints, cuts, sprains, lumbago and nil pains. Buy it, try it, and you will al ways uso it. Anybody who has used Ballard's SnoWv Liniment is a living proof of what it does. All we ask of you is to get a trial bottle. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by Palace Phar-macy. Rejects Man at Altar Hnrry Williams and Miss Mario Ten. reau, a winsomo brunette, were standing beforo a clergyman for tho purposo of being married today, when it was found that Williams had mado a mistake in the spelling of Miss Tourcnu'a name in tho marriage license. Williams took tho cortificnto to tho clerk of the court for correction. Miss Teureau was chagrined nt tho interrup tion of the wedding, nnd, believing it to bo an omen of ill luck, exercised a wo man's privilege and changed her mind. When Williams roturned sho told him sho had decided not to become his wife, but the wife of James Strothers, who had been his ri'vnl. Strothers made no mistake in his license nnd tonight is a happy bridegroom. Shrcveport, La., dispatch to New York World. Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co. Capital and Surplus, $100,000 DIRECTORS L. D. RlCKETTS D. W. WlCKERSHAM T. A. Pascoe A. T. Thomson H. S. VanGokder C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy Ph. Freudenthal s I. E. Solomon All classes of accounts Invited Foreign exchange at lowest rates zemmmmmmgcrfmmemimmmmmrmKaaaaKAMMXtMmarmmBaimmmxBaBmmmiB&J I Lord Roberts wears two Victoria crosses ono won by himself in tho mu tiny nnd tho other by his son, tho Into Lieutennnt Roberts, at Colenso. mi Abraham Lincoln Was a man who, ngainst nil odds, at tained the highest honor a man could got in the United Stntes. Ballard's Horchound Syrup has attained a place, never oqunled by any other lika remedy. It is n sure euro for coughs, colds, bronchitis, influenza nnd nil pulmonary diseases. Every mother should keep supplied with this wonderful cough rem edy. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. Satisfaction our motto. We havo tho best equipped paint store in tho city. Van Wagonen, next door to tho postofficc. Givo us a call. Notice All parties indebted to the late E. J. Edwards will please settle with A. R. Edwards, administrator of tho estate, at Globe, Ariz. tf i Your Liver Is out of order. You go to bed in a bad humor and get up with a bad taste in your mouth. You want somothing to stimulato your liver. Just try Hcrb inc, tho liver regulator. A positive cure for constipation, dyspepsia nnd all liver complaints. Mrs. F , Fort Worth, Texas, writes: "Have used Hcrbinc in my family for years. Words can 't express what I think about it. Everybody in my uouscuold arc happy and well, and we owe it to Hcrbinc." Sold bv Palace Pharmacy. gaiifflWiWMriitOT- J. WATT HOGUE JAMES W. HOGUE, Frcslaent vico President Tho ad man of tho HOME INVESTMENT COMPANY is Back Again at the Old Post With a lot of lots to place on tho Globo market for tho speculators and homesoekers of Greater Globe, where heme capital, heme speculators and home enterprise have demonstratsd the fact that Globo mines, Globe men, Globo monoy and Globo ladies can make any old town famous. We have Globo lots and alobo homes for sale in any old portion of this old town, and if you want to make yoar money grew from dimes to dol lars, just remember that "time, tide," and Globo enterprise awaits no man. Buying or selling, sec tho ether fellow, tacn see tho HOME INVESTMENT CO. Houses fcr Rent. JIM HOGUE, Manager. 0 Telephone un HOGUE, Utility Man &S2S&&33Sg5Bm3&25a&2m83fBS5SS ANDERSON'S CONFECTIONERY THE COSIEST ICE OBEAM AND SOFT DBLNK PABLOB IN GLOBE 118 North Broad Street. Telephone 2021 F. L JONES & SON. Funeral Directors and Embalmers OFFICE: 174 S. Broad St. Telephone 432 RESIDENCE: 346 S.Hill St Telephone 433 4(2TMTtM HM'WMM't' M-H-M-'i-H-fr i"l 'I' ' ! If ! i I ' : I"l"I"I"I"I'it"t'i!-.T.iT..t..Ti.tlrA.t...l.J.JI..T..t..t.,,,t,,t, T ,t t t .t.jt..t..T..T....t..t..t.......................T.....t.... ...... ........ ........... ..... .......... j. . .. ................ j . .. .i.jn r'lMTTrIiiTiiIiiTiiIiiTitirfiiIiflA.tiii.T.ifiitiitiif.ifi.J.i.it - .... . . 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Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffhcr y Marx Get Your Suit At Once All Men's and Youths' Two-Piece $10 Suits Sale Price $7.50 All regular $12.50 Suits, solo price $9.00 All regular $15.00 Suits, sale price $9.75 All regular $20 Suits, salo price $15.75 All regular $25 Suits, salo price $18.75 Ecmember, our clothing is tho best in town. Bought right, priced right, cut right, fits right. Tho celebrated Hart, Schaffnor & Marx make. Boys' Crash Suits At one-fourth off regular price. Straw Hats Men's and Boys' Straw Hats at great ly reduced p'ricos. Ono lot of Boys' Hats, choice 25c. "Ono lot of Men's Hats, choice 50c. All others reduced. MILLINERY AT HALF PRICE Our Millinery Department is always busy. The reason is we carryall the newest shapes and materials in the largest quantities and employ only expert trimmers. If you don't know whatyou want pay this department a visit and our trimmers will assist you in planning just what you want. No reasonable offer will be refused. Before our buyer leaves for Eastern markets every hat must be sold, For a limited time ALL MIL LINERY AT ONE HALF PRICE, and many articles will go for less. Remember you have four months to wear these hats, but only ten days to buy them at one-half price and less: SHOES! SHOES! We still have too many Shoes. All W. L. Douglas Regular $3.50 Shoe for $2.85 Regular 4.00 Shoe for' 3.15 Regular 5.00 Shoe for 3.25 Come in Patent and Plain Kid m In our stock you will find tho most up-to-date .merchandise in tho city. Tho goods must'movo to mako room for our immense fall stock, so now is the timo for you to replenish your wardrobe at remarkably low prices. Ladies' Muslin Underwear Knit Underwear, eta, all go at great ly reduced prices. Ono lot of ladies' Gloves to go at 25c, worth more " . ", Ladies' Waists One lot of ladies' Waists, regular $3, $3.50 and $4 waists, choice $1. Any waist i the houso at one-quarter off. All well known makes, such as FIsk, Clark & Flagg. Ladies' Waist Suits at greatly re duced prices. Ladies' Skirts Any Skirt at 25 per cent discount. All this season's goods. Made of voiles, Panama suitings, etc. Alterations made free. ISi Household Goods Towels, Towels, 10c each." v White Spreads, 75c oach. Art Squares at 25 per cent reduction, BROWN'S THE DEPENDABLE STORE i -3 tnl VPU "4 - r -j s tir i-X55?i i- 13 V'lKfV ;J HWL L 'H W . . . IwM xm &S Brandcgce, W Kincaid & I Wood. A i CoDvrfflif-f?-'l!nc Hv 1 " I ::: i ::: ;q$.ma uuuu umtmm ) mmtuutu wtmiwuwmttitffl WM-fM-t iv'v -- t V " A