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one in Globe.
THE BEST STOVES AT
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No Show For Them Under the Tax Exemption Enactment
A DESERTED WOMAN
. 1ST SUFFER
TAX ATTORNEY BALKS ON AL
LOWING GRASS WIDOWS ANY
Hollow Concrete Building Blocks
ill MADE TO ORDER DIMENSIONS:
ADVANTAGES OF HOLLOW CON
Cheapness of construction; bulldlntr warm
In vrintor. cool In summer, dry ventilated
trulls, flro and dust proof: Insurance Is
cheapen requires no palatini; or repairs:
blocks can bo laid In tbe wall rapl I udU
reqnlro but little mortar, pluluilng in
bo done on tbe back of the stone, savLtt;
lathing: free from ruts, mice or vermin;
perfectly sanitary, rcxlsts rain and dries
quIcMy. while sollfl walls remain damp.
I use the Right Process, the Right
Material and have the Right Kind of
Blocks, also the Right Kind of Machin
ery. Estimates on Building Promptly
Furnished. Call at
Two-story Concrete Block House, West
of Globe Lumber Yard
O. K. Livery Stables
General Livery and Feed Stables
Gaited Saddle Horses.... Phone 481
QUICK SERVICE AND GOOD RIGS
Phone 481 W. P. KELSEY, Mgr. Globe, Arizona
DICTIONARY DEFINITION USED IN
REACHING A RESULT IN
Tho Courts of tho Land. Can Havo No
Cognlzanco of a Season for Widows,
Says tho Loamed Tax Attomoy of
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i To Arizona and New Mexico, Sept.
1 to Oct. 31
The following rates apply to main lino points on Southern- Pacific
Company in Arizona and New Mexico:
NEW YORK ,$50.00
WASHINGTON, D. 0 48.25
PHILADELPHIA '....'. 49.25
NEW .ORLEANS ' 30.00
ST. PAUL 3L75
CHICAGO ". 33.00
ST. LOUIS 30.00
OMAHA - 25.00
COUNCIL BLUFFS 25.00
KANSAS CITY ....- 25.00
Via Direct Lines, and More Rates from Other Eastern Ports
These rates apply over differential lines
Long Time Limits and Stopovers
. Cost of trip may he doposlted with any agent of Southern Pacific
Company, and ticket will bo delivered to your eastern friend.
Personally conducted oxcursion parties from Chicago, Cincinnati, St.
Louis, Kansas City, Washington and Now Orleans every week.
- Ask O. W. WARDWELL. agent, SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO., Bowie, 4
a. '., lot aetaiis, or writo to
E. G. HUMPHREY,
Dist Pass. Agent,
Santa Rita Hotel Bldg. 291 Tucson, Arizona
Lay In Your Fuel Supply Now
GROCERIES, FUEL and FEED
. Gamble & Mclnroy
P. O. Box 109 Telephone 751 Store Opp. Depot
One Towel Cabinet,
Brush, Soap and Six
Towels each week
$1.25 per Month
750 North Broad Street
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TOMBSTONE, Ariz., November 13.
A recent caso in tho district court hns
served to elucidate that tho elnsticnlly
ambiguous term "widow:' has its
meaning in tho oyo of the law. The
circumstances including tho discussion
of tho legal acceptance of tho torm
camo in tho courso of n suit for tho col
lection of county taxes claimed duo by
Tax Attorney W. G. Gilmore, but evad
ed in their payment by tho defendant
who claimed exemption by reason of
As tho result of tho definition of
"widow" ably put fortli by Mr. Gil
more, and in whoso contention tho court
concurred, a precedent hns been cstab
lished in Cochiso county and nono but
a bona fido widow sho who has been
made so by tho demise of n formor
lawful husbnnd shall onjoy exemption
from payment of taxes as tho law pro
vides. Ilencoforth, tho widow of "grass"
proportions and she of tho marital tics
disrupted and rent asunder by his maj
esty, tho law, must punglc their just
proportion toward tho bearing of the
Tax Attorney Gilmore 's fiat has gono
forth and tho "court lias given full ac
cord to his views.
It will matter not whether or no the
aforesaid divorceo shall havo severed
horsolf so completely from tho ties of
wifehood as to havo foregono even the
salving balm of alimony; if sho has an
cx-lifo partner anywhere extant on tho
mundane sphere, her ccstcrccs must fall
duly and regularly into tho coffers of
In tho world of widows there is to be
nono but sho who travels life's path
alone; tho "grass" widow, the widow
by divorce and tho "near." widow arc
nil in tho "lamo and halt" class so far
as his honor will bo able to perceivo.
And Gilmoro did it. With his little
dictionary and rhotorical effusion, ho
has weded out of tho fiold of exemption
all but those who nro justly entitled
b ystatutory provisions to its benefits.
In summing up his nrguments, Mr.
Gilmore quoted Wobstcr and Wdrccstcr
and pointed out forcofully that there
can bo but ono widow tho woman mado
so by tho death of her husband.
"Tho courts of tho land can havo
no cognizanco of a 'season' for widows
when they may go afield an,d with
legal shotgun bring down a bevy of
fair and lonely creatures upon whom
tho stamp of widowhood may bo put,"
was a passing shot of Gilmoro 's which
earned a mirthful reward for tho speak
er, and Judgo Doan put his approval on
tho views of tho man who is hero to
Reo that Cochise county's revenue shall
bo paid, and paid in full.
A NEW CHAPTER IN MASONRY IN
STITUTED AT TUCSON CONFERS
GREAT POWERS, MAKING OLD
PUEBLO ITS HEADQUARTERS.
Qoorgo K. Roskrudgo of this city, who
is an honorary 33rd degree Mason.
Tho oxorciscs commoncod at ono
o'clock this afternoon and will not bo
concluded until 5 o'clock. At that hour
a banquot will bo given in Masonic
hall in honor of Mr. Pierce.
Tho officials of tho council aro as
Commander Harry A. Drachman.
First Lieut. Commander Charles J.
Second Lieut. -Commander Sanford
Chancellor Charles F.-Slack.
Orator A. L. Grow.
Almoner V. M. Levy.
Recorder Geo. K. Roskrudgo.
Treasurer Kirl L. Hart.
Marchaol of Ceremonies Peter E.
Turcopilnr or Commander of Cav
alry E. G. Capo.
Tho Drapor Walter II". Bishop. "
Tho First Deacon Charles J. Chap
man. The Seco'nd Deacon Oscar T. Richoy.
Tho Bearer of tho Beausant William
Tho Berer of tho Second Standard
S. 11. Gould.
Tho Bearer of the Third Stnndar
William S. Alien.
Tho Lieut, of tho Guard Fred W.
Tho Sentinol Charles Bent.
Tho officers of tho consistory nro:
Mastro of Kadosh Harry A. Drach
man. Prior Peter E. Howell.
Preceptor E. G. Capo.
Chancellor Charles J. Chapman.
Orator C. I. McHoynolds.
Jlospitnllor Felix M. Levy.
Registrar Geo. K. Roskrudgo.
Treasurer Kirt L. Hart.
Primate Charles F. Slack. .
Marshal of Ceremonies Sanford T.
Expert Charles J. McCloskoy.
Assistant Expert Moses E. Kolly.
Captain of hc Guard Samuel S.
Steward Isidor Goldtree.
Tiler Charles Bent.
Cold Meats for Hot Weather
Equlppod with a thoroughly modern
rofrlgoratlng plant wo offer all meats
thoroughly cooled, all animal heat
removed, all tho healthfulness, all
tho juiciness and all tho flavor re
tained. Pioneer Meat Market
"The Best Meats"
Tho summer fit
In all of it. ,
For summer drinks
Aro served with prinks.
To flower. '
Good and bad,
Were shirt waist clad
Tho wind might blow.
In" fact ' T
Wo said , ' .
"Go,hcnce, go hence,"
Bcsido our wits
Tho coal man
lie flits. .
Grand Opera Singers Aro Niggardly
This is actually tho golden ago for
first-class singers, and not ono seems to
pause in tho mad rush for gain. Some
"great artists" nro vory small men,
.almost invisible to tho naked cyo so far
as nobility of character is concerned.
Their illimitable and insatiablo greed
nearly paralyzes us. Thoro aro -first-rate
singers just now; but thero nro also
fashionable humbugs. Ono singer said
tho other dny that her repcrtoiro con
sisted of fifty-two grand operas, and sho
did not know what night sho might bo
called upon to appear in any ono of
Ono writer hns it: "As a matter of
plain fact, the avorago grand opera
singor is tho ennniest and most niggard
ly creature that ever put signaturo to
a contract. No dealer in old rags,
canned milk or rubber boots is so grasp
ing, bo ..captious in monoy matters, as
theso singers of great roles who claim
temperament as their birthright nnd
genius as thoir, special gift from heav
en." Ono impresario has it: "Art
ists aro raising their salary demands to
incredible heights, and, of courso, I
cannot hopo to mako a financial suc
cess. Tho audioncos aro just . as big
now as our opora houso will hold, and
prices cannot bo nuvanccu." jnow
TUCSON; Novomber '13. With the
institution this afternoon of Santa
Cruz Council of Kodash, No. I, and
Arizona Consistory, No, 1, a now chap
tor will havo been mado in Masonic
history in tho territory of Arizona.
Tho exercises, which aro taking place
today aro tho most important thus far
in Masonry in Arizona.
The completion of tho work today
will mako. Tucson tho chief headquar
ters in tho southwest for this fraternal
organization. Tho institution of tho
council and tho consistory menas that
Tucson will bo tho Mecca to which
Masons from Bisbeo, Douglas, Phoenix,
Prescott and tho othor towns of tho
territory must journoy to securo tho
Masonic degrocs up to tho 32nd.
Heretofore, theso degrees could not'
bo conforrcd to this limit in tho ter
ritory, but henceforth tho long jour
neys to Los Angeles or othor cities to
receive tho high degrees of 'Masonry
will not bo nccesary.
Tho institution today is ' in charge
pf W. Frank, Pierco of Oakland, whoso
title is sovrcign grand inspector general.
Mr. Pierco is an active 33rd degreo what it did for me," Sold by Palace
Mason and is assisted in his work by Pharmacy.
Hatlcss Tlirough His Lifo
Bareheaded and without an overcoat,
Fred Mead of New York and-Yonkers,
sailed on tho Kronprinz Wilhclm yes
terday. A steward seeing possibilities
of a rowurd ran to him to offer to find
his headgear. Tlio hatlcss man ran his
fingers through a thick mass of hair,
thanked tho stewnrd and walked tho
deck without concern. Several friends
wont to tho ship to wish him a good
Fifteen years .ago Mr. Mead threw
away his hat and has novcr worn ono
since. He says ho is u great deal health,
icr and happier because of this, nnd ho
looks it. Tho hatless ono has mado sev
eral tours of Europe. Now York Times.
GLOBE LUMBER CO
Mining Timbers a Special
Thero is nothing hotter for stomach
troubles than KODOL, which contains
tho same juices found in a healthy stom
ach. KODOL is offered on a guaranteed
plan for tho relief of heartburn, flatu
lence, sour stomach, belching of gus,
nausea, and all stomach troubles. So
at times when you don't feel juat right,
when you aro drowsy after meals, and
your head aches or when you havo no
ambition, and you aro cross and irrita
ble, tako KODOL. It digests what you
cat. It will muko you healthy. Sold
by Hanna's Drug Store.
To a lover there aro but two places
in tho world ono whero his sweetheart
is and tho other whero sho isn't.
Is ono of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
his lino. Call and bo convinced.
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM EL PASO VIA DISECT
LINES; SEASON TICKET, S87.45; SIXTY DAY TICKET,
S72.00; FIFTEEN DAY TICKETS, S56.75; VIA NEW
YORK IN ONE DIRECTION ONLY, SEASON TICKET,
997.30; SIXTY DAY TICKET, . S81.05. SALE DATES
DAILY .UNTIL NOVEMBER 30; FINAL RETURN LIMIT
ON SEASON TICKETS, DECEMBER 15.
8 For further particulars please write or call on
J. S. MORRISSON,
8 City Passenger Agent, A. T. & S. F. Ry., Hills Bldg., tl PjJ
You can't bo well if you havo a weak,
unhealthy, tired out stomach. Neither!
tun you feel good if by some little ir-i
regularity in eating you havo caused tho
stomach to get out of order. These lit-'
tlo stomach troubles aro signs of indi-t
gestion, which may and very often does I
turn into a very bad caso of dyspepsia. I
Don't allow them to gQ on a singlo day
without doing something to overcome it.
Tako some good, rcliablo and safe di-j
gestant liko IvUUUIj lor dyspepsia, ku
DOL is the best remedy known today
for heartburn, belching and all troubles
arising from a disordered digestion. It
is pleasant to tako and affords prompt
relief. Sold by Hanna's Drug Store.
it be steaming hot from
the earthen pot; and the
loveliest woman pour it.
Your grocer returns ycur moner If you don't
Ulc Schilling's Best; we par him
FAMOUS INDIAN HOT SPRING
A noted resort for health and pleasure, Rata, in
to S3.00 per day. Twenty minutes ride froo
Springs Station, Graham cob
Arizona. Theso wonderfU
tcrs aro recommended to
rheumatl6m, gout, dropsy,
kidney and stomach troth!
blood disorders and womea'i
ments. Beautiful lavci
shado trees; large plunge
swimming pool; also fish lake i
boating, lawn tennis and crod
ana swings. Try our woads
If you are sick, get well. If well, get tie
mua and mineral baths,
uro nnd rest.
Tickets with return limit of ten days, 5,35 for the round trip.
Saturday and Sunday excursions On Saturdays and Sundays :
May 23rd to September 30th, tickets limited to return the foIlorJ
Monday will bo on sale at the rato of $1.25..
ALEXANDER BROTHERS, Postofflcs Fort Thomas,
Edmund T. Satcheil
Assayer and Chemist
41 BROAD STREET P. O. Box 807
Los Angeles, California
HEADQUARTERS FOR ARIZONANS
a r!7nnnni.nfn(lln2 the summer on the beaches arc welcome tu oecsecfei
infiisi'n.rinK p-ntipmn' waklntr room bureau of Inform tto ar.a - bstdetl
venlcnces. Mfet your friend there. Ladles and hi dren welcome ah dep:tr.
stop at Tue HoUenbeck. IJectrlc excursion ana oeacn cars pass ine oor
Central Location Ex"ellent AccomroodaKuc
Ucasonable Pr.ccs Splendid Kestaurant,
A. C. BILICKE JNO. S. MITCHI
Office of the Arizona Hassayampa Club of Los Angeles.
The Finest Resort in Globe
Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kind3. Choice Cigars, Wines
Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draujjj
Many a man who covers his wife's
coffin with flowers novor gave her $5
for pin monoy.
Anyone wishing ,to purchaso n Nav
ajo blanket or rug, call at 475 N. Hill
street, Bailey block. Finest collection
over brought to tho city.
Always Was Sick
Wlion a mai says ho always was sick
troubled with a cough that lasted all
winter what would you think if ho
should say ho nover was sick sinco using J
Ballard's Horohound Syrup. Such a
Mr. J. C. Clark, Donver, Colo., writes:
"For years I was troubled with a sovero
cough that would last all winter. This
cough loft. mo in a misorqblo Condition.
I tried Ballard's Horohound Syrup nnd
havo not had a sick day sinco. That's
HE reorular subscrintion Drice of the Silver Belt,
delivered to any part of the city is 75 cents per month
. During the next twelve days $2 in scrip -will be accepted
in payment for three months subscriptions, the reduced
price not only applying to new subscribers, but to those
in arrears or those whose subscription will expire with tne
current month. This offer will only hold open until November 2o.
Remember the Silver Belt takes the full Associated press report
faithfully covers the local field, and publishes daily the stock anj
metal markets. Many improvements are in contemplation, whlC
i will be made during the next 30 days.
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