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W fNf.-'fl. :T"r" ?W&t?& '- Cv4 '(SP' ,-" Pago 'Four -., 'Mi, i ii iiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirfaiBP' fi C,.-.'i. nv -. a- JfM V ; ' ' DAILYlRIZO'NA'SILVER BELT &iUkilL&&ratt. & ' H i riiiirr nn mrrrfin - aihiiigfJUlLmiwttjiiairM ...... ., . . .J. ?$&.., ';;,? - -'i '- " ' ' -; rw '4 Heating Stoves, Cook Stoves, I .BEACH&CO 'MOHAWK" taaoasi Sheet Iron Heaters U.r-s-S.1 h I lSsite 0ur stoc has arrved I M iust in time to suppIy cvery" fiSj one 'n Globe. 9 i II THE BEST STOVES AT I I S THE LOWEST PRICES I I GLOBE HARDWARE CO. I mmayiimmmm.rMcmmtpxmwciunTmt&xm iiimwnwiwiiMwiiiiw Wednesday, Nov, 20, j DUES ROW IN ' vavapi cum S III DEATH FRANK DEVINE SHOT AND FA TALLY WOUNDED BY BUD NEAL TWO MILES FROM PRESCOTT ON SATURDAY MORNING. Mow COHC Building Blocks MADE TO ORDER DIMENSIONS: ADVANTAGES OF HOLLOW CRETE BUILOIftGS CON- Cheapness of oonstmotlon; buildings warm In wlutnr. cool In summer, dry retaliated wulls, lire and dust proof, insuraaco Is cheaper; require no palatine or repairs; blocks can be laid In ttio wall rapl'li nml require but little mortar plulerinj; uiav bo done on the back of the stone, suvlig I.Uhlng' free from rat's, mice or eriniti: perfectly sanitary, resJsts rain and dries quietly. while solta 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 J. MAUREL Two-story Concrete Block House, Wost of Globe Lumber Yard "IOS 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 oooococoooooocoooosoooooooooooooooooooooooooocooooooo jamestowii exposition, va- ROUND TRIP RATES FROM EL PASO VIA DIRECT . LINES; SEASON TICKET, 37.45; SIXTY DAY TICKET, 572.90; FIFTEEN DAY TICKETS, 50.75; VIA NEW YORK IN ONE DIRECTION ONLY, SEASON TICKET, D7.30; SIXTY DAY TICKET, 81.05. SALE DATES DAILY UNTIL NO VEMBEE 30; FINAL RETURN LIMIT g ON SEASON TICKETS, DECEMBER 15. O For further particulars please write or call on 8 J. S. MORRISSON, City Passenger Agent, A. T. & S. F. Ry., Mills BIdg., El Pasojex. I o 6 aa x w v f i 'W y f ?f f ? 0 f OOOCOOOCOCOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCCOOOCOOCCCOCX300000 rMmuuo muittiv nui ormreno A noted resort for health and pleasure. Rates. $2.00 to 3.00 per day. Twenty minutes ride from Hot Springs Station, Graham county, Arizona. Theso wonderful wa ters aro recommended to euro rheumatism, gout, dropsy, liver, kidney and stomach troubles, blood disorders and women's ail ments. Beautiful lawns and shado trees; largo plunge and swimming pool; also fish lake and boating, lawn tennis and croquet and swings. Try our wonderful mud and mineral oaths. If you are sick, get well. If well, got pleas uro and rest. Tickets prith rdturn limit of ten days, $5.35 for the round trip. Saturday and Sunday excursions On Saturdays and Sundays from May. 23rd to September 30th, tickots limited to return the following Monday will bo on sale at tho rate of $1.25.. ALEXANDER BROTHERS, ' Postofflco Fort Thomas, Arizona, OOOCOOCOOOOOOOOOOCCOCOC50CXXXXXXXXXXXOCOOCOCX)00000000 Lay In Your Fuel Supply Now GROCERIES, FUEL and FEED Gamble & Mclnroy Store Opp. Depot Yestordny morning, nbqut 2 o'dlock, Frank Dovino was shot, and porliaps fatally wounded by Dud Nenl, at Lono Pino station, about two miles cast of tho city, says tho Journnl-Minor. Tho injured mau was tnkon to tho Mercy hospital, ut noon, yesterday. At a Into hour last night littlo hopes woro onter tained for his recovery by tho attend ing physicians. Neal flretl two shots from a ,44-cal-ibor Colt's rovolvor nt Dovinc, both of which took effect. Ono of tho bul lets entered tho loft breast, and "pierced the loft lung. Tho otlior entered tho loft sido, nbout two inches below tho ribs. Both lodged in tho body, and at n Into hour last night had not been lo cated. Aftor tho shooting Neal rode to tho city and surrendered to Deputy Sheriff Buriitf, nbout 2:45 o'clock, yesterday morning. Airs. Dovinc, who was seated in her buggy, near tho station, when tho shooting occurred, drove hero nt once and engaged medical assistance for her wounded husband. Dr. Linn drove to tho assistance of Dovino and found him in a partially intoxicated condition and weak from tho loss of blood. From what could bo learned of tho affray, it appears that Dovino and Neal had been drinking together for sovoral hours before. Thoy nro alleged to have bonn intoxicated. Thoy left tho place to go to tho Dovino home, known as tho Four-Milo house, about two miles distant. Mrs. Dovino was n member of tho party. Dovino, according to Neal's statement when ho surrendered, asked Neal to rido in tho buggy with Mrs. Dovino and to allow him to rido Ncal's broncho. Tho request was refused by Neal. Dovino then threatened to make Neal accede to his request, and started in tho direction of Neal, Neal nllcges, in a threatening manner, with nn open pocket knifo in his hand. Ncnl, who is inferior in stature to Dovino, backed away from Dovino until ho was stopped by a nearby wiro fence, when, ho saya, ho pulled his six-shooter and fired two hots to save his life, being unable to mako his escape further. Dovino and Neal wcro on friendly terms until tho latter refused to lot him rido his broncho a short ttmo be fore tho shooting. Neal is being hold in tho count' jail, awaiting tho rcsujt of Devinc's injuries, when ho will bo arraigned. Neal has Charge of tho Duko herds of cattle, ranging in tho Lonesomo valley and adjacent ranges. Ono Result of Hard Times Harry Payno Whitney mortgaged his Fifth avenuo mansion yesterday to tho United States Trust company for $500, 000. Ho will pay J per cent interest for fivo years. ,'fy The mansion, a massive Romanesque structure, on tho southwest corner at Fifty-seventh strcot, was a gift to Har ry Payno from his father, tho late Wil liam C. Whitney. It was the elder Whitney 'aphonic until ho built another for himself nt tho corner of Fifth ave nuo and Sixty-eighth street. Tho new house was sold after Mr. Whitney's sudden death to James Henry (Silent) Smith for a little over $1,500,000. Although 'Harry Payno Whitney has lived in tho old Whitney houso for sovcral years, he did not acquire title in his own namo until last week, when tho deeds of gift from Wiliam C. V hit ney wero placed on record. Ho married a daughter of tho lato Cornelius Vanilcr bill, whosq great mansion was on tho northwest corner at Fifty-seven'tli strcot, opposito tho old Whitney home. Now York World. As to "Relaxation" Dr. Long Mnyhelivo Young of Chi .cngo does not agreo with us that sleep ing on tho front is good. But ho scorns to bo in his own mind an oxport on re laxation. "Tn my own opinion," ho says, "tho want of relaxation is tho principal cause of insomnia. To pro duce relaxation wo must first equalize the circulation of the blood. This is very often accomplished by sleeping with tho knees up, which throws tho blood iuto tho lumbar region. Tho posi tion is rathor tircsomo (I should say so ) and on stretching out tho logs equalization and theroforo relaxation takes place. For insomnia supervening upon nervousness I would advise taking somo good, long breaths. When duo to want of control of tho thinking appa ratus eat threo or four ginger snaps (JO conts a pound), which will warm up tho stomach and transfer tlio nervous energy to tho solar plexus, or stomach brain." Now York Press. Notica P. Pubara & Co. havo purchased tho Union restaurant fjom Vuksanovich & Co. and tho latter will retain all ac counts against and payable to tho res taurant. Tho now firm does not assumo any of tho indebtedness of tho retiring firm. Tho Union will bo open for busi ness on Monday, November 11. P. PUHARA & CO. TALES OF A WARRIOR How Sir Evolyn Wood Felt Wounded in Battlo When WEB OF THE SPIDER Tho Many Uses' to Which Its Singular Spinner Puts It Sir Evelyn Wood served In the Crimean war. Ho tells tills grim inci dent of the contest: "I was greatly Im pressed by tho courage of u young ser geant who was trying to collect men to accompany him through or over nn abatis. After calling In vain ou thoso Immediately to follow him he lost his temper and shouted, 'I'll tell my right hand man to follow me, and If he falls I'll shoot lilm.' IIo brought his rillo down to the 'ready' and said, 'Prlvntc will you follow mo?' I was al most touching them nud, seeing by the sergeant' eye that ho was in earnest, stood for a few second studying tho determined look on tho man's face. The private looked deliberately on the hundreds of Itusslany above in and then ran his eye right and left of whero we wero standing, us If estimat ing the number of Ids comrades, who certainly did not exceed 100. and with as much determination as tho ser geant said, 'No, I won't.' The non commissioned olllccr threw bin rifle to his shoulder with tho iuteutlon of car rying out his threat, but In doing so, struck by n grapeshot, Ije fell dead." How does it feel to bo wounded? Sir Evelyn Wood tells this of tho Zulu war In the seventies: "I was parting tho thick bush with my hands when Arthur Eyre, jiulllug me by tho skirt of my Norfolk Jacket, protested, 'It is really .not your, place,' and pushed In before me. Two or threo volleys cleared that part of the bush, but be tween 0 and 10 o'clock, as I turned round to speak to a staff officer who was bringing mo an order from the general, an Ashauteo lying close to me shot the head of u nail Into my chest Immediately over the region of the heart. Sticks were flying freely ull the morning, and when I recovered from the stunning effect of the blow I ask ed Arthur' Eyre, who wus bending over me, 'Who hit me on the head:' 'No one Jilt you, sir.' 'Yes, somebody did, and knocked mo down.' 'No, I'm afraid you are wounded.' 'Nonsense; k Is only my head is buzzing; I think, trom a blow.' He pointed to ray shirt, through which trickled some blood, and Bald, 'No, you have been wounded there.' " Colonel Wood was very bad ly wounded, but recovered. Chicago News. Notice Mr. Will Feland being no longer em ployed by this corporation, parties hav ing business with him for us will please ring up Tolophono 411 or see us over Brown's store. GILA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. It's n wonder babies don't learn to swear beforo they can speak as a reac tion against tho kind of langungo that is talked to them. New York Press. Got your wintor supply of coal while wo aro delivering it in ton lots at $12 per ton. Globo Hardware" Co. van ngeneu, ne aoor to the office, does a general painting ?' per hanging business. All work m, pa' tod. Baario- Tho best way to safeguard what own is not to havo it worth anvti, yu New York Press. Ring up 372 for a painter. Van W enen will call on you and mo. aS" -., J, - & nrst-riass joo. Jon ; Women would eat health food if it was labeled "beauty restorer. Tho postmaster or Gasconade, Mo., Danio,i A. Rugh, says of Do Witt 's Kid ney and Bladder Pills: "I am doing so well, and improving so fast in health, that I cannot say too much for your Kidney and Bladder Pills. I feel like a now man." Do Witt's Kidney and Blndder Pills are sold by Hanna's Drug Store. Man never is but always is to begin saving. Anyone wishing to purchase a Nav ajo blanket or rug, call at 475 N. Hill street, Bailey block. Finest collection over brought to tho city. A girl can writo herself lovo letters if nobody clso will. , Tho man who seeks office for tho pub lie good is apt to consider himself the cntiro public after ho lands. Chicago Ncns. P. O. Box 109 Telephone 751 ARIZONA Steam Laundry anc Towel SoppSy One Towel Cabinet-, Whi3kBroom,Comb, Brush, Soap and Six Towels each week $1.252'Month ' Telephone 461 750 North Broad Street MWmWNMMMMMMiMIMaWMnMaBWMiMM l&ttLl f V P . Vt ' T CO www Cold Meats for Hot Weather Equipped with a thoroughjy modern rofrigorating plant wo offer all meats thoroughly cooled, all .animal heat removed, all thtf healthfulness, all tho Juiciness and all tho flavor re tained. Pioneer Meat Market "Tho'Eest Moats'" ' TJnforltinuto UmlIon. One of tho most singular instances of punishment for an oversight was that shown by the commitment of an alma nac maker to tho Bastille in 1717. It was made out by order of tho Duko of Orleans, regent during tho minority of Louis V. of France, and road as fol lows: "Laurence d'Henry, for disre spect to King George I. in not mention ing him in his almanac as king of Groat Britain." How long this un lucky almanac maker remained In pris on is unknown. Tho register of tho Bastille, examined at tho tlmo of tho revolution, failed to throw any light on tho subject Spiders form good subjects for rainy day study, und two hours spent in a neglected garret watching these clever little beings will often arouse such In terest that wo shall be glad to devoto mauy days of sunshine to observing thoso species which hunt and build and live in the open fields. There Is no In sect in the world with more than six legs, and as it spider has eight he la therefore thrown out of the company of butterflies, beetles and wasps and finds himself in u strange assemblage. Even to bis nearest relatives ho bears littlo re9cmblaucc, for when we real ize that scorpions aniMiorfccshoc crabs must call him cousin wo perceive that bis Is Indeed nn aberrant bough on the tree of creation. Nature has provided spiders with an organ filled always with liquid, which ou being exposed to the air hardens and can be drawn out Into the slender threads, which we know as cobweb. The silkworm Incases Its body with a mllo or more of gleaming silk, but there its usefulness Is ended, as far as the dllkworm 13 concerned. But spi ders havo found n hundred uses for their cordage, some of which are star tllngl similar to humnu Inventions. A Hat of all the uses of cobwcLw would take much space, lut of these the most familiar is the suarc set for unwary tiles the wonderfully Ingen ious webs which sparkle with dew among tho grasses or stretch from bu ' to bush. Tho framework Is of iim blng, and upon this Is woven the stick spiral which Is so elastic, so ethereal, and yet strong enough to entangle u gpod sized Insect. How knowing seems the little worker as, the web and his den of concenlmeut bchig completed, he spins n Btrong cable from the center of the wob to the entrance of his watcntowvr Then, when a trembling of his aerial spans warns him of a cap ture, how eagerly he seizes his master cable and jerks away on It, thus vibrat ing the whole structure and making more certain the confusion of his vic tim. Those spiders which leap upon their prey instead of setting snares for it havo still n use for their threads of life, throwing out n cable ns they leap to break their fall If they miss their foothold. What a strange use of tho cobweb Is that of the littlo flying spi ders! Up 'they run to the top of a post, elevate their abdomens and run out several threads, which lengthen nnu icngtnen until tne nreezc catches A giri cant i,cip 00king coquettish, meui, imu uwuy goes uio wmgiess uero- oven at n man's picture in a newspaper. nnnr for vnriln nr fnr trttln n fnrfimo Sowing machines for rent at J. P. McNeil's Purnituo store, opposito the Miner's union hall, Globe, Ariz. Tho only man who doesn't hato to havo gray hair is when it was red be fore. TEA may all look alike but there is a vast difference in quality. Folger's Golden Gate Teas are selected, by experts from the best tea grown, i racKea flavor-tight in dust proof cartons. J. A. Folg'er i Co. San Francisco Importers of Puro Tea w fea Jjl 1TrM, ,JMM wvt. f wwwwr rm jrfvmawit'v). ran. """H ir BER COMPANY Thinks Ho Is Poo Reincarnated Raymond Gilmorc, the young actor who was taken into custody Saturday by Detectives Jackson and Callahan, after ho had ridden about town in a cab, reciting at various places somo of the poems of Edgar Allen Poe, whoso spirit tho actor believes has chosen his or ganism for his reincarnation, is still boing held at central police station awaiting instructions from relatives or friends as to what to do with him. Gilbort spent nearly all of Saturday night and yesterday quietly in his cell. He kept the station house keepers busy bringing him pad3 of paper, upon which ho wrote poom after poom, which ho do- clared were tho inspirations from Poo's spirit, which controlled him. Ho hardly slept at all, awakening from a moment's dozo to start feverishly at work again, as if his mind and fingers wcro domin ated by tho will of tho dead poet. Tho police aro puzzled by the strango delu sion that seems to possess Gilbert. He has shown no signs of irritability or vio loncc, and with the exception of his inordinate desiro to writo poetry, which ho said camo from Poe, semed a ra tional young man. Cincinnati Enquirer. Whero His Credit Comes In. President Roosevelt's compliments to Secretary Cortolyou aro deserved, and let us commend tho president for re sisting the temptation to add: "Don't forget that I appointed him." When a fat woman gains weight she subtracts it; when a thin woman loses sho adds it. GLOBE LUM Wholesale and Retail Dealers Mining Timbers a Specialty A. TROJANOVICH Proprietor HOLLENBECK HOTEL Los Angeles, California HEADQUARTERS FOR ARIZONANS Arizonans spending tho Bummer on tne beaches are welcome totheueofra ladlCH' parlors, gentlemen's waiting rooms bureau of Inrorm t!o and an hotel coa vcnlences M-ct your friends iherc Ladles and hlidren welcome All depot en stop at The Uollenbeck. Llectrlo excursion and beach c3 pats the door Central rcatlou. Excellent Accommodation-. Kcasonable Pr.ces Splendid Kestaurant. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A. C. BILICKE JNO. S. MITCHELL Office of the Arizona Hossayampa Olub of Los Angele. BANKER'S GARDEN The Finest Resort in Globe Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines and Liquors Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught Benrda mid Untiles. Shaggy locks and patriarchal beards havo proved highly Inconvenient Ihlngs on tho battlefield. Does not history record that Alexander ordered tho Macedonians to bo shaved lest their beards should glvo a handlo to their enemies? Peter the Great was also a friend of tho barbers, for ho not only ordered all ranks to bo shaven, but caused officers to go about to cut off tho beards of offenders by force. naut for yards or for miles, ns fortune may dictate! We wonder If he can cut loose or pull in his balloon cables at will. ' A most fascinating talo would uufold could wo discover nil the uses of cob web when the spiders themselves nro through with It. Certain It Is that our ruby throated humming bird robs many vebs to fasten together the nl.int ilnwn mifl Itnltoiia vMrlt nrtrnnnan Iia rTnli.t. . V nest. Search the pond nud you will find another member of tho bplder family Bwlmmlng about at ease beneath the surface, thoroughly aquatic In his habits, but breathing n bubble of nlr iFhlch ho carries nbout with him. When ils supply is low, ho swims to n suDmnnno castio or hhk, so air tignt i that he can keep It filled with a large bubble of air, upon which ho draws from time to time. And so wo might go .on enumerating almost endless uses for tho web, which Is nature's gift to these littlo waifs who ages ago left the sea and have won a place for themselves In the sun shine nmong tho butterflies and flow ers. C. William Beobo In New York Post. &.8Hj.iiMfr.MHfK,4,44l,l Ilia Second. She I must say I don't believe ,ln "warmed over" love. He Well, there's ono thing sure a, widower's second lovo Is always worth more than, thla first She The ideal He I mean his second ladylove 'is always worth more money than his first Philadelphia "E'ress. rf i- WmanlT. What," sho asked. "Is your Idea of a womanly woman?" "One," ho replied, "who takes the comb out of her back hair every little while and gives It two or threo upward scrapes and then jabs It In agalB.' Chlcago Record-Emerald. An IiiRcnfnus liuse, Herodotus tolls of an ingenious ruse employed to carry nn Important mes sage through the lines of tho enemy. HIstlaous, being anxI6us to give Arls tagoras orders( to revolt, could, think of no moans to send thq messago to his ally, ns nil tho roads wre carefully guarded. Finally he hit upon a scheme. Calling his trustiest servant to him, ho ordered that the man's hair be shaven off. IIo then pricked the desired mes sage on the scalp of the slave and, waiting until his hair had grown out, dispatched blip upon the errand. Tho messenger passed safely through the lines, and when ho reached Arlstagoras his bend was qgaln sbaved and tho messago read. A PREMIUM ON SCRIP In Value For In Scrip Perfumes. Perfumes exercise a peculiar influ ence over one's nervous system. A faint, subtle odor Is nearly always eu ervntlng, while a pungent, rlcli. per fume often has n bracing effect Civet induces drowsiness, a faint breath of musk Invigorates and the perfume of the ajoo and tho citron Is positively soothing and comforting. Tho delicate, spicy odors of pinks, carnations, apple blossoms and sweetbrler aro thought to be beneficial. An Offer Extraordinar HE regular subscription price of the Silver Belt, daily delivered to any part of the city is 75 cents per month' During the next twelve days $2 in scrip will be accepted in payment for three months subscriptions, the reduced price not only applying to new subscribers, but to those in arrears or those whose subscrintion will exnire with tne current month. This offer will only hold open until November 2o. Ramo-mhoy flip Silver "Rplf. fnlrps flip full Assnp.iatp.fi rvress report ! faithfully covers the local field, and publishes daily the stock and metal markets. Many improvements are in contemplation, wmcl will be made during the next SO days. f pJMhlB" ' .' X tl , M. T '" WJ J$ ,KSI'V '