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DAILYAEIZONA SIfiVEE BJSLT
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1909
R CHOICE OF ANY
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You will have to fIiurry if you wish- to
take advantage of this opportunity. The
.greatest Overcoat Sale ever held in Globe.
All sizes, any color or pattern, no restriction. These
overcoats sold regularly at $15, $18 and $20- Prices
are declared off and we lay this
stock open to your selection
for the one price of 4k1 (
UNRESTRICTED CHOICE for $15.00
Overcoats, the choice from our entire sT:ock, sizes to fit you,
patterns to please every taste. Garments priced regularly
$25, $30 and $35 at the one price $15.00.
We make this most wonderful offer to the men of Globe because we
wish to make room for our new stock. We lose money on every overcoat.
Don't fail to come tomorrow. The pick of the house is yours for ... .
I Family Liquor Store
Such as ours where you can
get the f nest of old California
I wines and- the best old age
whiskies, either in blend or
O bottled in bond.
I Below we give a list for
Old 76 Whisky Pure California Port
O Crystal Springs Pure California Sherry
I Blackberry Brandy
, BOTTLED GdODS
Cedar Brook Whisky Sauterne
Old Water Mill Reisling
Rochelle Brandy Zinfandel
Naylor Brandy Angelica
Crystallized Rock and Rye Port
Sierra Compound Sherry
B -;- BROOKNER'S
THE BIG STORE'
THEN WHO'S PILLING
You can't hope to get proper re
sults unless your prescriptions
aro flljed exactly as ordered. Our
prescription department is equipped -with everything
that can in any way promote the scientific character
of our work. A prescription brought to us Is put up
as it should bo, Tho highest quality of drugs aro used
and the methods employed aro those which will in
sure the proper combination and potency of the rem
Prices aro reasonablo and aliko to all.
When House Toil and Worry Drive
Away a Wife's Love, Is She a Slave?
THIS AMENDMENT TBEED
SLAVES; DOES IT APPLY
Neither slavery nor involuptnry
servitudc, except as a punishment
for crime, whereof tho party shall
Imve been duly convicted, shall ex
ist within the United States, or any
place subject to their jurisdiction.
Thirteenth amendment to the
NEW YORK, February
Look who's getting up!
Mrs. .fane Welsh-Strong has beard
the cry that echoes from the days of
the civil war.
Mrs. Jnno Welsh-Strong isn't one of
tho color that tho civij war was about.
But she insists she's tho same kind of
After the Civil war was over the con
stitution was amended to provide that
novcr again should there bo slaves in
tho United States.
And this is the amendment that Mrs.
.lano Welsh-Strong wants to come in
Doing married, she says, is being' a
slavo in hundreds of thousands of cases.
Why shouldn't sho be freed under
tho amendment won by the "Boys in
Blue," as well as were the negro slaves?
So sho began a "divorce notion against
her $20-K'Wcek husband. On tho face
of it there may seem to be something
humorous nbout tho suit. When you
talk with tho woman, however, it does
n't seem funny,
"Ho didn't do anything indecent.
Neither did 1," said Mrs. Strong. "But
I couldn't live with him any longer.
"How was I a" slavo f Well, thero is
the work, for instance."
Sho looked about her little llnrlem
lint. It wasn't very tidy. Sho wasn't
v'cry tidy In her wrapper, and the baby
wasn't very tidy.
"1 liaVe to work all -the time. I
don't got any money forit. My litis-'
band can't make much inoney.' Hg
fought n five wars. He's a fine look
ing young Englishman. I wns sovonteen
wlion wo woro married at Batavin, New
"Ho was milking some mnnoy then.
But ho can't ifinko as mitcli now, Tho
work and worry has driven out of my
heart all my love for "him. It's'terri-
ble to havo'.to work .for 'u
don't Jove. "X
"It's terrible to have to bring chil
dren into the world and know that
you won't have money enough to caro
for them and educate them and give
them a right start in life.
"That's what I call slavery.
"Wasn't that ono of the strongest
points against slavery, that mothers
cry. I knew that no mnn lawyer could
"Men seem to think that washing,
scrubbing, taking care of a house with
out means; worrying about bilU you
can't pay, wanting clothcH you can't
get, wishing tho very best for your
children and knowing they can't have
Woman Lawyer Fears She Cant Win
Unique Divorce Suit
By MRS. HENEIETTE JOHNSTONE-WOOD
I will bogin my suit in the supremo court Of' New York county.
will be bentcn, as there are no Mate Inws to cover the case. 1 will go up
to tho appcllnto division and be beaten again. Tho court of appeals will
decide against me, but then I will carry ttio fight into the United States
supreme court, where I will ask for a construction of the thirteenth
amendment to cover my case. I do not know what the result there will
This process will take nbout two yearn. Evory American woman will
lie interested in this divorco cns.0.
A marriage contrnct compels a womnn to work for a man. This is
voluntary servitude so long as a woman loves a man. But when sho does
not lovo him it becomes involuntary servitudes, which the constitution
dpcs'not permit in the United States.
wero forced 'to Bee their children
brought into tho world without any fu
ture, beforo themf
"I told my husband I couldn't get
along with him any more. I came from
the south and L know nbout the thir
teenth amendment. 1 spoke to my hus
band about that as grounds for divorce.
He seqincd to think it would bo all
right so 'I went to Mrs. Henricttc Johnstone-
Wood, an attorney, I knew she'd
understand what I meant by homo slnv-
it men don't see that is slavery,
"And my woman lawyer under
Mrs. Strong permitted her picture to
bo taken after she had Totired to change
her wrnpHr and to put the "romper"
in the baby.
"1 wanted n boy baby, but this is a
girl," said Mrs. Strong, as sho posed
tho child iu hor lap, "It's so much worse
to havo a girl that you can't raise,
I BACHELOR EMBLEMS
I I ATI? ST Tf-lTMf: rM J-IDCF
This is tlio very latest, for it comes from Now York, the seat of Amer
It is a now thing In embroidered hosiory, the wearing of bachelor em-'
bloms on tho hose omblem3 not of girl, bachelorhood, but of man bach
A pipe, the aco of hearts, a stein and a walking stick aro somo of the
things that arp worked in silk on the now stockings.
Somo of tho hoso have these daring pictures on tho Instep or -tho an-
klo; for th033 who fear the risk of exposing them to tho public cyo, they.
may cncirclo tho top of tho hose.
Any clover girl can work her owntockings with tho needle, but those J
who don't wish to, may bo ablo to buystko hose in Gloho soon, for some
havo been ordered.
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Judge Gray, whow? presidential boom attracted so much nttcntMj
a graduate of Princeton nnd of the Harvard Ijivt school, n former al
cencrnl of Delaware nnd n, former United State senator. In VM- be'
chairman of the anthracite coal strike L-umuiisstou. Ills home Is u
DISASTROUS WIND VISITS MIS
SISSIPPI, ALABAMA AND
ATbANTA, a., February O.A doz
en deaths 'was tho toll taken last night
in Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia
in the first serious" windstorm of this
Iu tho d'strict or Moultrie, Oa., where
dangerous forest fires raged," the (tamos
moderated tjuring the heavy rairoyhjcli
fell early today. Fires were burning
in ninny1" places' tonight, but with' tho
weather calm; thero wns every assur-
nnnn 'ti-t litflo tn.ivn uprllltK U1
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will bo done
SENATE-DEVOTES DAY 1
WASHINGTON, V C, Kebrusf,'
Tho sjdejjdjd qualities of maa
character of the late Senator
B. Allison, for thirty fivf F'
United States senator; ati'i c'8Mv
a member of tho houso of ffPn
tives, were the subject of manr8
in tho senate todav.
Vinnlnnn cn,.nru o,.,-.L- 111 l"1''
the nubluN services of Senator
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