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. J , t& r "... - ... -- - - . " x. 0 - . Pago Six DAIL5L-ARIZ0NA SILVEE BELT Saturday, February L ' 1910 1 1 : ttmU. jTjM&a?iiawga3EgNMMfciiia jfrMBB 'y?gMtMBglEr 2HmHErt3iE: J8f5f,w: SSHSlFtnKJilPt. . rLftLt CATARRHAL ASTHMA. Ono Bottle of Pe-ru-na. 1 QkZ MR. F. L. BOULLIOUN. MK. P. Ii. nOUUjIOVN. t.t.18 State St., L.ittlo Ilork, Ak write: "I have been a sufferer with the asth ma for about four years, anil I tried tlirforont kinds of medicines and could not ilml any relief for it. "I tried jour medicines, bought a bot tlo of I'oruua, and after taklns about half of it I must say that T have not had the asthma since. Ueforo I took the med icine I did not know what it win to go to bed without having the nsthma." Systemic Catarrh. Mr. Samuol lturdon, 701 Sprlngllold Ave., Summit, Jf. J., write: "In tho fall of 1900 1 had repeated attacks of cold, which developed into systemic catarrh. It left mo very weak and all run down. When I pot up in tho morning it would take about an hour to yet my head and throat clear. "It also left mo villi a very weak, all-gone, empty fooling In my stomach, which I thought I" ' was dyspepsia, for j Weak and All which I tried dlf- Run Down. foront remedies WOULD STOP BOYS Fill Mil ON AUTOS fro much troublo hn been created for tlio automobile- owners of this city by youngsters who climb on the back of tho machines and steal very d.mgoious rides, that legal steps will bo takui in the near future to stop this practice Tor several weeks a number of small boys have taken liberties with the au tomobiles driven m this city and not only have thoy had narrow escapes from borious injury but ut least ono au to was badly damaged when a nervy joungstor swung onto the top, which wan lolded over thei tonneau. and ncar iv riuui'u i mil p:in oi iiiu nuicmiic. Sovornl boys havo been badly injured in other territorial cities and as both threats and entreaties havo failed to stop this 'very hazardous form of joy liduig m this city, tho autoinohilo own ers are preparing to present an ordi nance to the city council, making it a misdemeanor for any ono to climb upon a moving automobile -without permis sion. The city attorney is now at work on such an ordinance audit will be present ed to tho council within a short time. with very little improvement. "I finally decided to give Pcruna n trial. I felt benetlted with the flrstdoo. After taking three bottles I was en tirely cured. I cannot speak In too high terms of your wonderful cIKcoy ery, Peruna." l'cruna is manufactured by tho Peruna Drug Mfg. Co., Columbus, Ohio, Efl IIS SBiKSEaaSSEiw TROUBLESOME May End With Three Sen ators Cited to Appear for Contempt of Court XEW YORK, February 11. With praise for tho president and censure for his corporation policies, John Spoon er, formerly Uuited States senator from "Wisconsin, criticized tonight the pro posed federal incorporation act before the Amorican Paper and Pulp associ ation. "President Taft," said Spoonor, "is tho noblest man ever placed in high ofllee. IIo wants to do what is best for the counfiy, but has a difficult legn ey. I do not know how he is to work it out, but I do know it must not bo worked out along lines that will revo lutionize the government, or violate tho constitution. "As solemnly as if I wcrr speaking on oath, I state my opinion that under the constitution congress cannot estab lish corporations, except for tho Dis trict of Columbia. It is a now theory that congress may create corporations that can enter a stato to do business, whother the state wants them or not. Rome big follows hail tho proposal with delight. ' The business of 90,000,000 people can not be long prosecuted under govern ment espionage. There -aro 400,000 cor porations in tho United States. How many can be pointed to as possiblo vio lators of tho law? I venture to ay not more than fifty." OANDIES AT KEDUCED PRICES Tho Adams' Confectionery aro selling all their candies aft 10c to 23c per lb. reductions. .JJiiy now. Tor Over-Eating and Drinking Noth ing on Earth cleans you out liko The Tuna Bitters, naturally easily. No upset, sick feeling. Palaco Pharmacy. An attack of the grip is often fol lowed by a persistent cough, which to many proves a great annoyance Cham borlam's Cough Remedy "has been ex tensively used and with good success for tho relief and euro of this cough. Many cases have been cured after all other remedies had failed. Sold by all druggists. vw.ww Prominent People . in the Public Eye McElroy for paints W4D0UGUS $3.$3.50&$4.SH0ES' ( '. : "1 0 wMPMMmMA ..-. a nv tiff' ftj i - . ay 'sn j tfi'- ' v JoriiiMi- Vgr.WALOOKrCB CARDINAL GIBBONS. Select your Sunday dinner from Morchead & Lunn's list on Page S. Send somo of tho Special Mining Editions of the Silver Belt to your friends abroad. A fow left at tho low price of 2o cents each. Call for a hot bath at tho Ruby bar ber shop any old time. You'll get it without delay. OANDIES AT REDUCED PRICES Tho Adams' Confcctionoiy aro selling all their candies" at 10c to 25c por lb. reductions. Buy now. BDYSSeOES . $2.gg7r fy C iV ) -fefh&i. vk! Vf S?V r3vu rwi 1 A fow minutes delay in treating somo caos of croup, oven tho longth of time it takos to go for a doctor, often proves dangerous. Tho safest way is to keep Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in tho house, and at first indication of croup give tho child a dose. Pleasant to take and always cure?. Sold by all druggists. COTTON MEN WILL FORM ORGANIZATION Will Attempt Exposition of Textile Products THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD. j "SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKE8." I have worn W. L. Douglas shoes for the past six years, and always find they are far superior tonll other hlehgrado shoes In style, comfort and durability." W. O. JONE8. ". Howard Ave., Utlca, N. Y. If I could take you into my large fac tories at Brockton, Mass., and show you how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes aro made, you would realize why they hold their, shape, fit better, wear longer, and are of greater value than any other make. CAVTIOV-Sn that W. 1- Douglas name and price Is ttamped on the bottom. Take Jo SulxtUule. It your rtwiler cannot nt yoit with W UlKinglai hoe, write for MaU Order Catalog. W.L.Douglas, lJroiUon, . TO1 BALE BY W. W. BROOKNER CO. ATLANTA, Ga., Februaiy 111. IV tho purpose of organising a national cotton and cotton products association, a largo number of delegates, represent mg all branches of tho cotton industry intho south met in conference at tho Piedmont hotel today. Tho obpect of tho proposed organization, as set forth in tho call for tho gathoring, will be to bring about a closer co-operation of all individuals and associations inter cstcd in tho development of the indus try. With this end in view it is proposed to hold an annual cotton and cotton products oxposiion in some souhcrn city for ho display of tho various usos of cotton and cotton seed and their by products. V Tho United States department of ag riculture and tho agricultural colleges and oxporminot stations of tho Various states will bo asked to join in tho move ment, together with tho planters and commission men, manufacturers, rail roads and others interested in tho cot ton industry. K1EY Ml GUCH SERY AND E WILL SH A Few Doses Make the Kid neys Act Fine and End Bladder Trouble No man or woman hero whoso kid noys aro out-of-order, or who suffers from bachacho or bladdor misery, can afford to leavo Fapo's Diuretic untried. After taking several doses, all pains in tho back, sides or loins, rheumatic twinges, nervousness, hcadacho, sleep lessness, inflamed or swollon eyelids, dizziness, tired or worn-out feeling and othor symptoms of clogged, sluggish kidneys simply vanish. Uncontrollnblo urination (especially at night), smarting, discolored water and all bladder misery ends. Tho moment you suspect tho sligntest kidney or bladder disorder, or feel rhouniatism pains, don't continue to bo miserablo or worried, but get a fifty cent treatment of Papo's Diuretic from your druggist and start taking as di rected, with tho knowlcdgo that there is no other medicine, at any prico, made nuywhoro clso in the world, which is so harmless or will effoct so thorough and prompt a cure. This unusual preparation goes direct to tho causo of trouble, distributing its cleansing, healing ami vitalizing influ ence Jirec.th upon tho organs and glands affected and complotcs tho euro boforo you realize it. A fow days ' treatment of Pape 'a Din rectic means clean, healthy, activo kid neys, bladder and urinary organs and you feel fine. Your physician, pharmacist, banker or any mcrcantilo agency will tell you that Papo, Thompson & Pape, of Cin cinnati, is a largo and rcsponsilbo medi cine concern, thoroughly worthy of your confidenco. Accept only Papo's Diuretic fifty cent treatment from any drug storo anywhere in tho world. Stanley Woodward Contractor and Builder ESTIMATES PROMPTLY FURNISHED P. 0. BOX 14 Phone 1181 Cactus Saloon and Rooming. House ED. KNIGHT, FRUP. 485 N. Broad St. Under now management. Tho very best Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Your patronngo solicited. What We Do. If you want to BUY property, we can sell it TO you. If you want to-SELL property, we can sell it FOR you. "We have one 2-roomcd house and 3 lots, house new, for $950. Terms, $250 cash, balance like rent. One ' 5-room and base ment house, strictly mod ern; complete in every de tail. In East Globe. Terms to suit buyer. One 3-room house and basement, modern, for $450 csah, balance on easy payments. One 2-rooin house, large lot commanding good view of the city; $650 cash will get it if sold within the next three 'days. We write Mre, Life and all kinds of Insurance. We will be glad to show you over the city. We will take you to see these bargains. L II. BROWN Room 21, Globe Office Building A. L. HARPER Attorney-atrLaw Room 32, Trust Building GLOBE, ARIZ. Opening Announcement! ' Commencing Monday Morning, February 7, the wagons of the Sanitary Steam Laundry of Globe Will call at all the homes in the city and will assure all having any laundry work to be . done that it will be reasonably attended to. In order that there may be no mistake call PHONE 1633 If. L. JONES & SON j I Funeral Directors and Embalmers 1 Office Cor. Broad Ohk Res. 346 S. Mill St. f I TELEPHONE 432 TELEPHONE 433 1 GLOBE LIVERY STABLES Ml K. BEOAD S&441 Moms tzi Xlga fr Proaptctttu MeSrMm ft Oa. Fixes 1S1 Newly Furnished Through out Lantin House Baths In Connection. 1C0 W. Push St Phono 1952 Mrs. A. J. Leonard Eagle Restaurant 446 N. BROAD Good Metis Best Service Seasonable Delicacies PrlTtio Booms for Ladles GIN & CO., Profs. Globe's Leading Home Furnishers -w ! - jiOBe Real Estate Office 165 N. BROAD T OrrMf0H9ne CtUtlt 02 BARGAiUS Watch our adven, ieattj on Page 7 It L. Toombs, fcntr P2KON2 U jiL.-- The Palace Pharmacy The Rexall Store The Newport First-CUss Barber Ehc HOEYE MOREY Props. 440 N. Broad. Best Baths Always XeaAy. Elks Restaurant DAT AXD KIGIz Best Meals Best Servict O. R. FEIST THE Jeweler Watch Repairing and Hand Engraving A SPECIALTY N. Broad St Our House 434 N. Broad JOE F. MAYER Proprietor Wholesale and Retail WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS SUNNYBROOK WHISKEY The Leading Stationers G. S. Van Wagenen&Co LODGE DIRECTORY ODD FELLOWS Independent Order of Odd Follows, Gila Encampment No. S Meets second and fourth Fridays. Odd' Fellows' hall, A. II- Hargravo, chief patriarch; C. A. Wind, scribe. Rescue Lodge, No. 12, I. O. O. F. Meets every Wednesday, Odd Fel lows hall. Barney Johnson, noble grand; E. L. Taylor, financial secretary. Bebekah Lodge, L O. O. F., Sultana Lodge No. 6 Meets second and fourth Mondays, Odd Follows hall. Mrs. A. H. Hargrave, noble grand; Misa Laurel Shute, secretary. ELKS Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Globe Lodge No. 489 Meets first and third Fridays, Odd Fellows hall. B. G. Goodwin, E. B.; J. G. Oldfield, secretary. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBTJ8 Knights of Columbus, Globo Council No. 1158 Meets second and fourth Wednesdays in Miners' Union hall. Albert A. Altwiei, G. K.; William Burie, financial secretary. EAGLES Fraternal Order of Eagles. Globe Aerie No. 191 Meets second and fourth Fridnys, Miners' Union hall, 7:?0 p. m. A. W. Sydnor, worthy president; J. A. Pinyan, secretary. REDMEN Improved Order of Bed Men, Tonto Tribo No. 1?. Meets 'Tuesday ' night of each week, at 7:30 o'clock, Fashion hall L. S. Parker, sachem; G. H. Abel, C. or B. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Modern Woodmen of America Globe Camp No. 12019 Meets second and fourth Thursdays, 7:30 p. m., Miners' Union hall. J. W. - Murphy, consul; E. L. Taylor, camp clerk. ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN Globe Lodge No. 15, A. O. U. SV. Meets at Miners' Union hall first and third Thursday each month. W. T. Penrose, M. W.; L. N. Marx, fiecorder; F. L. Gate6, Financier. Wing, Jing, Chong & Co. China Lilies and Candies A fino assortment of Silk Goods and imported China waro for Christ mas presents. 520 North Broad St, 2nd door north of Miners Union hall. - GLOBE LABOR UNION DIRECTORY AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR Branch American Federation of Labor Meets second and fourth Mondays in Union Labor hall. U. D. Green, president; F. H. Myers, secretary; M. F. Smith, treasurer. CARPENTERS AND JOINERS Local Union No. 1030 United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America. Meets each Thursday at Union Labor hall at 7:30 p. m. ilham Hayes, president; O. D. Olds, treasurer; F. W. Tenbrook, financial secretary. MINERS Globo Miners' Union No. GO. W. F. M. Meets every Tuesday at 7 p. m. M. P. Pago, president; William Wills, secretary; P. J. Hippie, special organizer. PRINTERS Globo Typographical Union, No. 367. Meets first Sunday in each month at 4 p. m. in Unionn Labor halL Arthur G. Olliver, pres ident; Carl F. Holdsworth, secretary. CLERKS Store and Office Employees' Union. Meets 4th Wednesday night each" month in Carpenter's hall, at 7:30 p. m. W. T. Wright, presi- dent; T. E. Collins, secretary. BARBERS Journeymen Barbers' International Union of America. Meets last ,. Tuesday in each month at 8:30 p. in., Newport Barber shop. Sol Flora, president; Otto Ferdue, secretary. ' BARTENDERS Bartenders' Intornatlontl League of America, No. 512. Meets first and third Thursdays in Union Labor halL H. E. Fox, president; Tom Henderson, secretary-treasurer. I PAINTERS Brotherhood of Painters, Decorators and Paper Hangers of America, No. 217. Meets first and third Friday in the month at Labor Council hall. Joseph Freeman, -resident; John Meehan, vice president; Jack Boberts, secretary. INTERNATIONAL UNION OF STEAM ENGINEERS Globe Lo-, cal No. 390 Meets first and third Monday at 7:30 p. m. in each month at Labor Union hall, North, Broad street. James M. McLean, president; William Boss, secretary. Wm. Hill We undersell ao store in Giobe Ordsr by Ptoni Pay at Yoar Do Phone 121 OUR NAME "The Globe Jewelry Co." IS OtR Guarantee 340 N. Brod Phone 2tel PHONE 1011 For Quantity and Quality PHONE 1011 In American Block Coal, "Wood, Hay, Grain and fflour. Our wood is cut any length desired. We have good oak chunks for your heater or grate. Phone 1011 Webster & Co. Phone 1011 Opp. O. D. Com'l Co. 'a Warehouso, So. Broad St. "-V ft THE PARLOR MOERLEIN BEER on Draught Cedar Book Whiskey Free Lunch Daily from 5 to 8 p.m. M. B. MONAHAN, Proprietor Bodweiser 5a?liss Fores SUM VltW7 Call for It Whec T a Oris "THE PACIFIC" as W. BKOAD Jack mirths. Vff- Samuel's 80 Yf k 8 Aahewer-EKsefc ,w '-- - f y t &S-- ARIZ0N STEAM LAUNDRY & TOWEL SUPPLY CO. One Day Work a Specialty 760 N. Broad ' Phone 461 Majestic Theater Globe's Leading Theater Continuous Performance Prices 15c, 25c. 35c FAMOUS Cedar Brook VfWsW Alwn In itocfc 0.I.MUNN, CasinoSaloon X. BKOAD ST aUi ,i ? &" .