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.X: ; ls- WTf -;.,, pir-ff. '?(: -.--v. f !"-. DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Wednesday, Nov, 20 Page Six 4,...H'-t)''r'1"!''l'1lil,t',,,'''"'''t''''1''l'''i! t Patrick rose, President. ? 13 T Ctciwadt "T j. i . jiLimiM, Secretary. I CONSOLIDATED REALTY CO. 4- When you insure your property, do so with those who, when they have writ ten your Policy you will have no trouble to collect for your loss. We have over twenty of the best companies represented in Globe, and KNOW how to attend to your wants. We also do a general Abstract business and when you get an Abstract of Title from us you can rest assured that it is a correct one. And so acknowl edged by the leading business men of Globe. We do a general Real Estate, Loan and Bond business. If you have property for sale or rent tell us your wants, ana we will attend to them promptly. (i J. C. PHILLIPSON i Manager 41.j...:..InH.4.4i4.iiii&iii''''i'''tli'' SHORT STORIES OF THE CITY Miners Are Buried. Tho Globe Min ora' union turned out to two funerals yesterday. At 1 o'clock services for tho late Charles Trudgeon wore con ducted at tho Methodist church ami at 3 o'clock tho funeral of the lato Richard Vecklund was held at tho chapel of F. L. Jones & Son. Government Official Horo. Dr. E. 0. Xind, special disbursing officer of tho United States treasury for tho rcclama tion service, arrived in the city last evening accompanied by his chief clork, Frank E. Huffer. Both gontlemcn nro well known in Globo, Dr. Lind liiiving been for some time previous to his pro motion disbursing lucent at Roosevelt, where Mr. Ilufforccupicd a similar position under him. They havo been traveling in tho northwest and expect to leavo for Roosevelt today. ,Ncw Arrival. Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Gates are rejoicing over tho arrival , of a 7-pound baby girl which tho . "stork brought yesterday noon. Mother and daughter are roported to be doing well. Genuine Bargain House. Thcodoro E. Collins, tho enterprising proprietor of tho White House, 5G4 Is'orth Broad street, closed a contract with tho Silver Belt yesterday for advertising space, and proposes to demonstrate to tho peo ple of Globe that ho is conducting tho , only real genuine bargain storo in the county. Mr. Collins, wisely, proposes demonstrating his claim by a daily price list, which appears in column Ave on , this page. Tho stock is largo and varied and tho goods are all new, purchased for this season's selling. It will pay you to cut out theso daily prico lists and when in need of anything to do your trading at tho "Whito House. Death of a Child. Word has ben ro ceived here of the death of Ralph, tho 18 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. ' Elmer Jordan, at Plainview, Texas. Tho ' .Tordans were for a long timo residents ' of Globe. -Long Bide for Naught. George ,Young, one of .the real things in tho cowboy line, has comcjall tho way from Globe, riding his horse; to enter in tho broncho busting sports at tho fair, says tho Phoenix Gazette. Ho was much disappointed to find that there had been no provision made for this line. Ho k came with a letter of introduction from . Thomas E. Flannigan, formerly of this city, now a lawyer in Globe, addressed to Jack Gibson. Mr. Flannigan stated that Young was a wonder in his1 lino and has been connected with Buffalo Bill's wild west show for years. Hoard Globo News at Sea. Tom Rob erts has returned from a visit to his old homo in Cornwall, England, making tho trip on tho new lunard liner Lusitama Whilo in midocean Mr. Roberts read the news of tho suspension of tho Globo Jsational bank in tho Cunard Daily Bul letin, a paper printed abonrd ship and containing information received from all parts of tho world by wireless telcg- raphy. Tho news of thobank's closing was contained in u five-line paragraph dated Globe, Ariz., and was printed less than twenty-four hours nfter tho sus pension of tho bank. Tho paper is a sou venir that is highly valued by Mr. Rob erts. Tho Lusitania on that trip brought $.7,000,000 in gold to New York from England. Located in California. H. E. Kelly, formerly of tho Kelly Realty company, who left Globo last summer, writes to local friends that ho is now located at Delano, Cal., whero ho has a .lucrative real estate business. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS Mrs. William Hayes returned last evening from a visit to tho coast. V 11. Constable of Los Angeles is in tho city on his usual periodical visit. H. E. Ware loft for Phoenix yester day after sponding a few days in the city on business. Mrs. Eugene Middlcton has returned from Los Angeles, where sho spent sev eral months visiting relatives and friends. W, R. Morrison, tho well known Los Angeles drummer, is calling on tho local trade. He arrived from the south last evening. Mrs. B. J. Kellner and mother, Mrs. Markley, roturned last evening from Phoenix, whero they'attended the terri torial fair. , W. A. Galpin of tho Rattler Mining company is homo from . Phoenix, whero spent a week with relatives and attend ed tho fair. Tho Reyo Brothers, acrobats, who havo been playing at tho Alexander theater for tho last two weeks, left for El Paso yesterday morning. Ph. Freudenthal of Soloraonvillo ar rived in tho city last evening to trans act business. Ho is tho manager of tho Solomon Commercial company and re ports that tho Gila Valley is enjoying its wonted prosperity in spite of tho financial stringency. FATAL COLLISION TERRE HAUTE, Ind., November 19. In a head-on colision between fast passenger trains on tho Vandalia at Vcstay Park, Jll., Engineer Joseph Mc Glonnon of tho enstbound train was in stantly killed. Engineer A. M. Hennol of tho westbound and Conductor Kirch, ener were slightly injured. ABSTRACTS INSURE WITH Gila County Abstract Co. THE POPULAR AGENCY mm goes on THE WATER WAGON Wild Scenes in Senate-Chamber When Prohibition Bill Is Passed MONTGOMERY, Ala., November 19. Unprecedented scones woro onacted in tho sennto ehanibor of the cnpitol of Alabama today when tho Btntutory prohibition bill was passed. "Wonion and children thronged tho corridors and galleries nnd oven invaded the sanctity of tho floor itself, pushing senators from their seats nnd giving vent to enthusi asm by shouts and cheors that echoed through tho building. Tho sonntors who opposed tho bill were hissed down when they aroso to speak ngninst tho measure, The statutory prohibition bill which passed was in tho nnturo of a coin promise between tho antis and tho pro hibitiSnists. Tho antis agree to givo up tho fight provided tho timo was ox tended until January 1, 1908, when the salo of whisky will bo forbidden in tho state. This nmendmont will bo sont to tho house nnd will bo concurred in without a fight. Governor Comor will approve tho, bill. FRENCH AERONAUT HAS NARROW ESCAPE PARIS, November 19. Count Henri Do La Vnulx, n woll known French aeronaut, had n narrow escape from death while experimenting with an ncr oplano near this city. Tho machine col lapsed whilo speeding through tho air at a rato of thirty miles per hour nnd crashed to tho ground with great force. Tho count was pinned under tho mass of wreckage Tho gasolino caught fire and greatly increased tho danger. The aoronaut's friends hurried to the scene nnd succeeded in releasing him in the nick of time. ' GOOD MONEY IN NEW OCEAN LEVIATHANS LONDON, November 19. Tho Liver pool Courier regarding tho expenditures nnd rovenuo of the steamers Lusitnma and Manrotanin figured that a single voyage of cither stenmor yields n profit of about $GG,000. Tho expenditure arc estimated at $S9,950, giving the steam ers an income of $155,050 per trip. JAILED IN ENGLAND LONDON, November 21. Montague Newton and Joseph D. Fisher, two Americans, were placed on trial in Old Bailoy, charged with conspiracy to do fraud today, and sentenced to twenty months imprisonment. Fisher, who has been a mining engineer, was released. He had been in prison more than a month. THOUSAND OIGARMAEERS ARE LAID OFF AT TAMPA TAMPA, Fla., November 19. In con- scquenco of tho cancellation of large orders for cigars from Now York, Chi cago and other cities, together with the shortago in Cuban tobacco, over 1,000 cigarmakers were laid off today by tho large factories. EARTHQUAKE DAMAGE REGGIO Df CALABRIA, Italy, No vcmber 19. About a dozen villages aro damaged by tho earthquake of yester day. Several houses collapsed but for tunately no lives woro lost. Tho people are still camping in tho open nnd tor rential rains mnko tho situation most uncomfortable. Certification of Defects. Tho clearing house certificates will also certify to the dofects of our cur rency system. Boston Herald. No Troublo to Guess. If Chancellor Day were to pound his thumb' wo know whom ho would blamo it on. Chicago Rccord-Horald, Benevolent Malofactors. In short, tho presidential congratu lations arc extended to tho conservative, (substantia?, wise, public-spirited, in valuable malofactors of great wealth. Ohio Stato Journal. CO G O CO C O u C Abstracts Insurance Bonds Real Estate Loans OUR MOTTO "A customer pleased is a cus-. tomer forever." Give us a trial and be' convinced. w Ci c-f P rf O P PL r O P Cfl Gila County Abstract Co., Inc. Telephone 441 Over Brown's Store There's hardly anything more inter esting than how deftly a girl with a Veil on gets it off tho right spot when you kiss her after sho won't let you. New York Press. IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE COUNTY OF GILA, TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. Tn tho Matter of tho Estate of Joseph W. Tatton, Deceased. Notice of Hearing. Notice is hereby given thnt Chas. T. Martin hns filed in this court his Final Account of his administration of tho estate of Joseph W. Tatton, deceased, and that tho same will bo heard on Mon day tho 2nd day of December, A. D. 1907, at ten o'clock in tho forenoon of said day, at tho Courtroom of said court, in said County of Gila, Territory of Arizona, and nil persons interested in said estate aro notified then and there to appear nnd show cause, if any they have, why tho final account should not bo allowed and settled. Dated Nov. 18th, 1907. P. C. ROBERTSON, Clerk. First publication Nov. 21. 1907. CARLOAD OF TURKEYS TO SUPPLY DEMANDS OF THANKSGIVING TRADE Tho Independent market, one of tho most up-to-dato in the southwest, is to tho front this morning with an attract ive Thanksgiving nnnouncomont, which should bo carefully read by every house wife, hotol nnd restaurant man in the city. Tho Independent market, early in tho fall, placed orders with somo of tho most reliablo ranchers in tho Gila val ley for n supply of prime young turkeys for tho Thanksgiving trade. Theso tur koys havo beon fattened and cared for especially for tho Independent nnd n carload of them will reach tho city next week. They como "on foot" and will bo dressed ns rapidly ns orders demand. This turkey shipment is but n fraction of tho good things the Independent has to offor for tho annutl feast. Tho now ad on pago five will givo you the details. Wants Work A woman will do a good day's work from 8 until 13 o'clock for a reasonable price, or sho will tako work by tho week or month. Will do cheerfully anything housowork or laundry. Pleaso call at Salvation Army hall for infor mation. The White House 501 North Broad Street Lowest Prices in the City READ THEM: Dairy pans, 8. quarts .. 15c Granito wash basins IGc 00-foot rust proof wire clotheslino.lCc Pretty pieces of glassware, cach........lGc Largo bottle blueing double strength 10c Fancy broad trays 10c Granito dippers . - 10c Cuspidors 10c Beaded top lamp chimney, No. 2 5c Good machine oil, 2-oz. bottle 5c Shelf paper, all colors, per bunch .. 5c Mincing knives . - 5c Basting spoons .. 5c Glassware, many pretty pieces in the bunch, all useful, per piece -. 5c Good soft coal dollvercd in ton lots at $12 per ton. Globo Hardware Co. A lump of alum dropped Jnto tho J starch whilo hot will prevent starch from sticking to tho irons. This Is Ohango Day. Tho mystorious Wnyno & Co., two new moving pictures, now songs. This Is Chango Day. Tho mystorious Wnyno & Co., two now moving pictures, new songs. Danco Wednesday Tho Fratornal Brotherhood will give a danco at Mnurol hall Wednesday, No vember 20. Excellent music has been nrranged for nnd a" fino timo is prom ised. Ladies frco; gents $1. Everyone invited. Havo You a Cough? A dose of Ballard's Ilorehound Syrup will relievo it. Havo you a coldf Try it for whooping cough, for asth ma, for consumption, for bronchitis. Mrs. .Too McGrath, 327 East First street, Hutchinson, Kan., writes: "I havo used Ballard's Ilorehound Syrup in my family for five years, and find it tho riiost palatable medicine I over used." Sold by Palaco Pharmacy. BaKimr powacr at Sam Kcc's; Ave pound can for $1.50. Guaranteed satisfactory. Gila Valley Bank & Trust G Capital $100,000 DIRECTORS Surplus $25,00 it. V. ltickctts D. W. Wickersham T. A. p I C. E. Mill, EM Hnrd Ph. Freade J INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS All Classes of Accounts Invited. Foreign Exchange at Lowest b J V M TTTTTr M'tnarror ta "' '. -W, AIAM..6W IRIS THEATER Broad Street Theaters on Iris circuit: Bisbce, Globo. Morencl, Novates, Tucson, El Paso and Oananca. The Globo Bank & Savings Co. pays 4 per cent on torm deposits, 0 to 8 por pnnf fin narrni- flmmsitti nnil wnntd rfl crow loans on real cstato and first class securities. Real cstato sold on term' sales, part cash, 9 per ceut interest and small monthly per cent on principal balance. Firo insuranco placed in best companies. Alfred Benjamin Clothing sold at Lantin's. A largo stock of boys' and children's clothing now sold at cost at Bo Gharitablo To your horse as well as to yoursolf. You ned not suffer from pains of nny sore your horses need not sutler. Iry a bottlo of Ballard's Snpw Liniment. It enres nil pains. J. M. Roberts, Bakers field, Mo., writes: "I havo used your liniment for ten years and find it to bo tho best I havo ever used for man and beast." Sold by Palaco Pharmacy. PROGRAM Four Nights Ending Sunday MOVING PICTURES "Tho Romanco of a Singer" A wondorful production made in Franco Illustrated Song by BILLY OUMMINGS Tho Mysterious Wayno & Co. Presenting a mystical act entitled 'A Night in tho Orient" BILLY CUMMLNGS In Illustrated Songs MOVING PICTURES "Aro You an Elk?" (Comic) General Admission 15c Reserved scats 25c First Performance 7:30 p. m. Second Performance 8:30 p. m. THE It is worth whilojto Inspect our large stock of clothing, hats, shoc3 and fur nishings at Lantin's. We are selling an excellent grade of coal at $12 per ton. Dollvercd to any part of the city. Globo Hardwaro'Co. Storage room phone 001. Remember that wo havo tho largest and best selected stock of men's cloth ing and furnishings In Globo. Lantin's. REAL MARKET 710 N. Broad St. Tel. 1711 Headquarters for the i Meat Co. Gat! Obstinato cases of constitution and nasty, mean headaches promptly dis-J appear when you tako DoWitt's Little Early Riser Pills. Sold by Hannn's Drug Store. The largest stock of overcoats in Globe. Stcln-Bloch and Alfred Benja min's at Lantin's. Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS Will Meet AU Prices Tho Gattl Meat company Is still in the field to sell butters. Saying nothing but standing pat against all butters. ;..M;.ij.i...ij..ji.2j..M.t.ti..t..r....iM..-..4,hi'I,'I''I''I,'I''I''I'4' The Hanna Drug Store Service RELIABILITY NOTICE Notice is hereby given that tho an nual meeting of tho stockholders of tho Gila Valloy, Globo & Northern Railway company will bo hold at tho offices" of tho company, Tucson, Arizona, on Wed nesday, Decombor 4th, 1907, at 2 o'clock p. m., for ttio election of a Board of Directors nnd for tho iransaction of such other business ns may proporly como before tho meeting. Dated at Tucson, Arizona, this 5th day of November, 1907. CHARLES F. WALKER, , ' .Secretary. TTT1 The name of Hanna on a box or bottle of medicine is positive assurance of purity, accuracy and reliability. It INSURES you getting what the doctor intended you to have when he wrote your prescription. IT INSURES you getting what you asked for when you gave your order at the drug counter. IT INSURES the use of the very highest quality of drugs compounded into each and every prescription and every bottle and package leaving the store. It INSURES satisfaction to patient, to physician and to trained nurse and it pos itively insures the lowest possible prices consistent with high quality. E45l,l'I,l'll'llill24H3,f2'tS4,4r,3'y4ll'll'lItlySl,4'v4tIl,I,lS'''il,l''t J. WATT HOGUE President JAMES W. HOGUE Vico President and i b.fE nro in tho same old business, at tho same old stand, and at J WW old timo you want to buy, sell, trade or rent, we are rcadr talk business or listen to a funny story. Our office is aiwayj Willi u warm uro uiiu cusy ciiuua. j.j. no aiu jiot in, Lave it, and bo sociable. If you havo any bad money to trade fcr good r estato in tho best town of tho southwest, give us a call. e nico homo in Pasadena, California, to trado lor a residct-e hew Globo. Wo havo a small houso in Globo to trado for ore team J wagon. Havo furniture of three-room houso for sale, a bargain, vj may not know it, but now is your timo to get a fino bargain m a , or a homo, and as our hired man is in the homo buying and edaneiJ in anything from a cabin to a palace, you might find bin in a humor and get a bargain from The Home Investment Co. Whoso office is open to you, your friends and your friends' friends JIM HOGUE, Manager. HOGUE Utility and Hired ' imm Dreamand Roller SKatin Tonight from 7:30 (o 10:30 Q -1 pi Music by DRUMMOND'S BRASS BAN! 5,WHI"H"H,4K"K'&'&H J v'H The H. H. Bra Company, h BROKERS DEALERS IN LISTED AND UNLISTED SECU2ITES. Wire connections with Boston, Chicago and New Yqrk Markets. Bisbcc, Duluth, Ishpcming and Calumet curb markets a specialty. Listed stocks carried on substantial marxSns Y STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSIONS. f Trust Building Globe, Arizona Telephone 1 l'"l-H--H"H-I-l'-I-I--l"?--t"4---I"fr XX)OOOOOCCGCOOCCGCCOXCCOOOOOCCXX:OCCOCCCCGOO0CCCl $ Inst IlIt lArfetrl 9. anillt Guarantees to sell you 4-foot Cedar Wood at the same price you pay elsewhere for 3-foot Wood Give us a Trial and be Convinced THE GLOBE WOOD & COAL CO. PHONE 2131 Win. L Whalley, Hgr. s. mm CXXXJOOOOOCCXCOOCOOOOOCCXCXK5OCOCCCKJOOOCOOOCCC00C4 rxOOOOOOOOOOOOCKXOOCKXOOOOOOOOOOOOCOCOOOOOOCOOOCCOOCK CONFIDENCE We Will Accept Bank Checks reeling tho utmost confidence in our local banks, wo will accept in payment ' -v for Merchandise also in settlement of bills duo us Cashier's Checks Private Checks Local Pay Roll Checks 't1 " Local Mining Companies Checks Savings Bank Books ' Our banks aro absolutely sound, Don't . draw your money out. Pay bills by check. GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO. THE "QUALITY" STORE 0000(XXXXMXX30000GOCOOCCCaCOOCXOOOCOCXXCOOC00000 GLOBE BOWIE SAFF82D SOLOMON-WICKERSHAM C( Wholesale Grocers. Tobacconists and Cigar Dealers MR. SMOKER:- Ask for the AMERICAN or EL SIDEL0 CIGAR 3MMBiin3iiiiitciiJEninTTiTTiEaaBB;jr?fWrf' There are None Better G.M.......t.4f4....;.42..'....;.T..;..;..;.jH i PALACE PHARMAC f Did you know that we carry complete lines or s Colgate's ) perfume, Talcum and Facj A fsHIIIfl- V - Roger & Gallet'sJ powder And all neccessaries of the toilet? WELL WE V t ,cV' Have you ever inspected our line of Rub J Goods? It is complete. We also carry a comp 1 stock for the sick room, nothing omitted. Where? The Palace Pharmacy, of course. ...l.I..;i.iM.4l.i..2.j..i..t.;...1wi..v.H"H'' w ... T. s ::W., 4 '& ( i " .'if r" ?. IVaR iMGJ m imim$ ' mmm-MMnmm L.ffis$H&&ntiraaK.