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Tuesday, June 15, 1909. '
Great bargains in our Tin
ware and Crockery Depts.
'Don't Fail to Visit These Departments
Now is the time to visit our
Saddlery Dept., Special values
You'll do well to come and buy now
c. DAILY AK1Z0N a SILVER jJjflLT Pae Five w
I I 4'f
Great Rebuilding Sale Bargains
Suesino Silk, known and sold ttie world
over at 47y2c par yard O r pr1i .
Silt Poplin, sold regul.uiy at tun per
yard, our price
Prices that denote the earnestness of this sale. There is no other way. We
must sell our stock in orrier to put in an entirely new stock when our new
building is completed. So we are selling goods without profit. Note the
prices; note what a saving in buying now. Remember, we close this sale
July 1st preparatory to moving into our new store.
Chiffon Veiling, a regnlar 75c per yard
value. We will sell at the very low
prico of . ,
SULTAN'S SET THE PACE THESE VALUES ARE UNMATOHABLE
White Star Soap, 2. bars $1.00
Borax Soap, 20 bars .for ,. .$1.00
B. B. Corn, 10 cans for $1.00
String Beans, Sprinc Garden, 10
cans for $1.00
Baked Beans, Spring Garden,
10 rwis for ,,..$1.00
sl.iragu, Bicheliau, 2Wlb. cans.. 45c
Asp3ragUH, Richelieu, tips. .......... 35c
Asparagus, Monsoon, ay-lb. cans. .35c
Asparagus, Llnden,iyt-lb. cans 25c
Oysterrf, Monsoon 2-lb.. can, 5 cans $1.00
Oystors, Monsoon, 14b. cans, 10
cans .' $1.00
Milk, 16 02. St. Charles, 10 cans
Minco Moat, Bichelieu 1 lb. pkgs....5c
Pineapple, grated Bichelieu 2 lb.
Pineapple, grated, Bichelieu 1 lb.
Pineapple, grated, Monsoon, 2 lb.
Pineapple, grated," Monsoon, 1 lb.
Jams, Genesee, 2Vi lb. cans S31-3c
Jams, Mt. 8ha3ta, 2"2 lb. cans. .. .272C
Jams, Genesee 1 lb. cans 13V2c
Jams, Angclus, 1 lb. cans 20c
EVERY PRICE QUOTED
100 pairs of 32.50 to $5 Ladies' E, J. & B. Shoes now only .... j
100 pairs of $1 to $2.25 Children's' high andow cut B. J. & B. Shoes """yE"
now only .-. . ' fiOC
100 Stanley Shirts, sold regularly for 75c, now going at 4UC
100 Men's Straw Hats, regular prico 40c to $2.50, now OP. ft ! eft
100 Men's Felt Hata, regular $3050 values now going at $2 and a few at j
100 Neckties teck shape 75c regular value, now only J 55
100 Pairs Men's Pants, $1.50 to $5 values now going atQuC tO .$2.25
100 odds and ends summer weight underwear regular 65c to $1.50
valnee now ....
100 pairs Children's Hose, sizes 5 to 10, sold regularly at 10c and 15c ri
100 pieces of Summer Lawns and Batistes, regular values 10c to 75c
per yard, now '.
100 Boys Golf Shirts, sizes 4 to 15 years, regular prico 75c, nflw . .
HERE IS A BARGAIN
100 Ladies Fancy Neckwear, regular price 50c and 76c, now Oft n A fi
100 Ladies' Embroidery Collars, regular 25c and 35c values now (
going at ....' fcUC
100 Ladies' Back Combs, regular prico 75c, now only 4UC
100 Ladies' Back Combs, regular price 35c, now only , fcUC
100 Corsets, largo sizes sold from $1.25 to $2.50, now at the re- "JPEU
duced prico of . . . . . QQ
100 Pairs Ladies' Kid Gloves in brown, drab and black, 4 )
regular prico $1.75, now b T ata O
100 Pairs Ladies' Short Silk Gloves; regular 75c values now going at fcJJjQ
100' Pairs, Ladles' Long Silk Gloves, regular $1.50 value now going . Q)C
100 Fairs Ladies' Long Kid Gloves, regular prico $3.50, now f AC
going at , fcaUO
100 Children's Buster Brown Helta in black, red and white, regular f fn
prico" 35c, now ...... UC
100 Ladies' Silk -Belts, 75c value, now going at "tUC
100 Ladies' Washable Belts, regular 35c value, now only . ... (UC
Jams, Bichelieu 1 lb cans 26c
Preserves, Bichelieu 3 lb. crocks.. 66c
Preserves, Bichelieu 1 lb. glass.. 33 1.3c
Preserves, Longs, 1 lb. glass 33 l-3c
Preserves, Tea Garden 1 lb. glass.. 30c
Jellies in all brands, per glass.... 25c
Syrups, Toboggan and Woodlawn.
Maple, gallons, $1.30; half gal
Ions, 70c; quarts, ?5c
Syrups, Aztec and Victor, Drips,
gallons, 70c; half gallons, 40c;
Syrups, Saratoga and Tea Gardon
Drips, gallons, 90c; half gallons,
50c; quarts, 30c.
Picklos, 32 oz. oblong 40c
Pickles, 20 oz. oblong 28c
Pfckles, 14 oz. oblong , 22c
Pieties, fancy mixed octagon 32 oz..50c
Pickles, English quarts 45c
Mustards, pepper sauces, olives,
ketchups and other bottled goods
embraced in this line will go at
correspondingly low prices as
Vinegar 4X, gallon 60c
Vinegar, 4X, bottle 15c
Guaranteed absolutely pure.
Lipton's ta, Vst lb. tins .30c
Bulk railnu, prr lb 6e
THINGS DOING IN
WHITE SOX ANNEX
M'CLELLAN'S KIDLETS 8C0BE 5
BUNS TO SATFOBD'S 3 IN
White Box 5, Safford 3.
Outbattiug and outplaying their op
ponents at every turn, the White Box
Mnextxl their third gamo with the 8af
ford MormonH Sunday iifternoon.
As the wore will show, the game
m not ft lojwdcd. onv, howvr. It
as a giv Hnd take proposition all
the way through, but the Sov took moTe
tian thy gave and were- tworuns to
Ita'pood fit tlui end of the final inning.
McClellnn's kidletn started the run
Hting in tho third inning whon I5ig
&K, who reached second on a nat
ioublo, canit. homo on u two aiker by
"Weighed in the
Balance and not
la tho design, architecture " and
building of homes in Olobo. FIF
TEENTTEABS OF ACTUAL EX
PERIENCE in the designing and
Section of' dwelling houses entitles
s to announce to tho citizens of
Olobe and vicinity that our 'work
Df THr. TTOMT! RTTTT.TiniG LINE
hero in Globe is unquestioned; OTJB
VORK IS OP THE BEST, OUR DE
SIOKS, PLANS ANDv8PE0irj0A
YI0N8 ABE SECOND TO NONE.
Workmanship, satisfaction and right
Prices, our motto.
J. C. McELROY
Contractor and Builder
Residence phone 1615 Shop rornef
Bill and Sycamore streets. Globe,
S'lflford camo back by woriDg Miller
and Strntton in tlit fourth and bringing
Linos homo in the fifth, but in their
half of tho fifth aet, the loi-al 0038
ffiit Komus nud Graham around the
ciritle, tying tho More.
In tho heventh, Iligando and Kodford
circled and broke up tho tic. Tho visi
tors were unable to score again and the
'final result utood 5 to 3 with tho Mc
Clfllan outfit on tho long. end.
Bedford V timely hitting was respon
sible for three of the five runs. The
inability of tho Saflforditcs to connect
with tho leather coKt them the game.
Allison pitched tho first five innings
for the Sox. lie allowed but six hitu,
bit they wero bunched and with a lit
tle loose fielding lot in tho three run3
wored by tho Mormons. Collins, wTio
succeeded him, gave away thrco hit1,
all in one inning, but good fielding pre
vented any more tallies.
Tho Pox grabbed ton' binglos, eight
off Gardner and two off Campbell. The
loss of the jjame is accredited to tho
latter, an the ?ore wus tied when ho
went into the box.
A good sized crowd witnessed tho
game and was apparently satisfied with
the quality of ball dinhed up. Quite
a little money 'changed hands on tho
game, with Globe a blight favorito iu
to Hccoud, but finding that thot dift
tnnce was hard to navigate, they quit
after tho first two innings.
Tho game w.-w rather looso nil the
way through with regard to fielding
Several hits could have been turned
into outs if tho players ou both sides
liad used their heads and a little more
Mitt Sims was there with tho ndviee
all tho time and MeClellan retaliated
by raising a howl at stated intervals.
A Httlo moro coaching would not
have done either tho visitors or the
local boys .-uiy harm and might have
dispensed with several bono head plays.
And tho brecJU) percolated through
Mitt 8inw' whiskers all tho afternoon.
f 'H M"H' IWH'I'l IH'tfHH I f
the Press Box
Bedford was thi star batter of the
game Sunday. He made three neat
singles out of three times at bat and
the hits camo when they wero needed.
Silver King MeClellan was notin
form and had a batting average of
.000 when the gamo finished. He struck
out twice and either flew out or was
thrown out the othorUimes.
Graham nipped out a doublp and u
singlo out of three times at bat. Ilig
ando made two good hltH ondpqpped
up to the pitcher twieo. Miles did
well, but hiH two hits did not net any
Things looktd bad for the Sox in
the seventh, when, with two down, Col
lins allowed three near hits and filled
J tho bases, Graham's good work on first
prevented tho scoring of any runs.
Tho visitors 'made soveral attempts
I to steal on tho uphill run from first
The match between Young Corbott,
former featherweight champion, and
,Jeach Crow, has -been called off, owing
to a sprained bond sustained 'by the
latter in his recent fight with Erne.
Jnmei ,T. Jeffries will go to Europe
in a few days and -on his return will
prepare for Johnaon. Jeff state that
ho intends to take tho baths at Carls
bad. II. A. Wilson, English amateur cham
pion, has arrivod in New York, and will
join the Irish-American Athletic club to
participate in coming amateur evonts.
First Baseman Tracy of Fresno was
prostrated by tho heat at Fresno, in a
recent contest, and was carried from
the field.' "
Jack Johnson, heavyweight champion,
was arrested in New York recently and
fined $2 for automobilo speeding.
Jas. II. Haggin, well known horse
man, has decided to sell his stable of
yearling1) in England or Buenos Ayres.
Chicago intends to enter the racing
gamo" insido of a month. Peace haH
been becured among tho rival factions
side vas able to win. Tho winning
run was scored in tho last of the twou-ty-sixth
by Fisher of Bloomington. Tho
final score was 2 to 1.
Chns. E. Jack, middle west football
player, died recently at Denver, as a
result of injuries leccived in a game
three years ago.
Twenty of the thirty-two motorcyc
lists who Ktarted from Los Ange'es
for a round trip to San Diego finished.
Eight had perfect woree.
Greatest bargains ever offered in
Globo at Saltan's Rebuilding Sale. Sie
ad on Pago ." for prices.
betting will be in. force.
Frederick Gobhardt, wealthy clubman
fit New "Yo'rk", hns'wigered $000 to
$2,000 with PW1 Dwyer, the 'turfman,
that he can walk twenty miles without
"Battling"' Nelson has signed artic
les, through Willus Brltt, -to fight Ad
Wolgast 10 rounds boforo MeCnrey's
club in Los Angeles during Elks' week.
' Bloomington and Decatur baseball
teams played 26 inning- at- Blooming-
111., a few days ago, before either
At Pittsburg R. II. E.
Pittsburg 7 10 1
Brooklyn ,. r 16 1
Batteries: Adams, Willis and Gibson;
Pastorious and Bergen. .
At Cincinnati B. H". E.
New York ". 2 2
Cincinnati ..., .1 l '"
' Batteries: Raymond and Schlei; Gas
per, Rowan and McLean.
At St. Louis . R. II. E.
Philadelphia ...7 10 0
St. Louis 1 H 0
Batteries: Moore and Dooin; More,
Rhoades, Higgins and Phelps.
Chicago-Boston game postpoued,
Boston 1 7 5
Cleveland ?. .3 3 2
Batteries Arellanos and Carrigan;
Jones and Easterly.
At Washington R. H. J".
Detroit .'I 7 0
Washington -.0 5 0
Battories Willens aud Stanagc; Gray
Called in fifth inning; rnin.
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
St. Louis 11 13 0
Philadelphia ... 6 13 3
Battories: Howell, Dineen, Crigor and
Smith; Dygort, Coombs, Morgan, Vick
crs and Livingston.
At J"bw York R. II. E.
Chicago - .". 11 3
Now York 7 9 1
. Batteries: Walsh, Burns, Fine and
Owens; Brankett, Hughes and Blair.
At Los Angeles R. II. E.
Lop Angeles -.3 8 1
Vernon 3 8 3
Batteries: Tozer and .Orendorff; Hitt
No other Coast league games.
Go to the Indian Hot Springs. Take
the laths and drink tho mineral waters
It will do you good.
GOOD MAJESTIC BILL
Walter W. Wilson, headliner at the
Majestic this week, lias one of the mst
entertaining dancing nets to be seen
here in a long time. Wilson appears
in black and along with a clever line
of now steps, he introduces enough
comedy to keop the house in an uproar.
His songs went well last night.
Mazie Compton, singing and dancing
sjHHiialist, also made good with the
The Majestic company presents
,"Room 14 and 45," a farce comedy
that drew its sharo of the laughs.
"On the Warpath," is a strong mov
ing picture with a frontier betting.
"Polka on tho Brain" is a good com
edy subject. "I'm Awfully Strong for
You," is ho illustrated song.
PLAYS AND PLAYEBS
Paul Gilmoro will bo seen next season
in "Tho Call of tho North."
-'Fred Niblo sailed for a three-month
tour of Europe with his wife, Josephine
Jon Wober hnsreooived bids for the
English and Australian rights of "The
Belnsco has decided to star Marjorie
Patterson, the beautiful grand niece of
Al II. Woods will have fourteen mej
odramas on the road tho coming season,
befddes other attractions.
Katie Barry has joined the Aborn
Opera company, after having completed
a successful -season in vaudeville.
Margaret Anglin has signed a con
tract with Frank McKec, to appear in
"The Awakening of Helen Ritchie"
early in autumn.
William A. Brady is to produce a new
play by Thomns Buchanan, tho author
'of Grace George's play, "A Woman's
Way," tho coming season.
Gertrude Coghlan has been engaged
for Robert Edeson's company next sea
son in "Tho Noble Spaniard," a new
comedy by W. Somerset Maughan.
At the end of her present tour in
"Lady Frederick", Ethel Barrymore
will bo seen in a new play by Arthur
Wing Pinero, as yet unnnmed.
A new play by Mrs. George Cornwal-lis-West,
formerly Lady -Randolph
Churchill, is soon to bo produced in
London and, possiblv, later in New
Grace Filkins is to play a prominent
part in "An American Widow," py
Kellett Chambers, when that play is
produced in August bjvllenry B. Har
ris. Wallace Munro, who was manager for
Louis James, has resigned to assume the
position of manager for Olga Nether
sole. Tho arrangement goes into effect
Miss' Edith Taliaferro ban just closed
her season in "Polly of tho Circus."
After a brief vacation she will begin
nnoher season the last of June to last
Kyrle Bellow, accompanied by Frank
Connor, has sailed for an extended Eu
ropean tour, having brought his Beason
in "The Thief" to a close. Mr. Bel
lew will return in August to begin re
hearcals of Alfred Sutro's new play,
"The Builder of Bridges."
"On the War Path," tho best pic
turo that ever came to Globe, at the
DB. H. A. SCHELL,
dend broken giatses to bo repaired or
duplicated. Next visit to Qlott 'r
Trotter, Record of 2:14
Ice! Ice! Ice!
Buy a COUPON BOOK and save money
on your ice bill.
We will sell for CASH, Coupon Books
for ice to be delivered in quantities of
Less than 100 lbs. at 90c per 100 lbs.
100 to 1000 lbs. at 75c per 100 lbs.
1000 and over at 60c per 100 lbs.
All ice sold from the wagons without coupons
will be at the rate of one cent per pound.
PHONE No. U
Globe Ice & Cold Storage Company
HERE'S A POINTER
FOR EVERY COAL USER IN GLOBE
Be sure your coal is free from slack, slate and
dirt.f We sell AMERICAN BLOCK COAl
and it is alwavs delivered to vou in fine con
dition. We also sell Wood, Coke, Hay, Grain :
ARIZONA FUEL & FEED CO.
PHONE 751 Opposite Depot n