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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Page Five
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ARTIN THEATE
Quinn Bros. Stock Co.
Headed by Cfoas. King
and Blanch Douglas
TONIGHT and ALL WEEK-STARTINC at 8:30
That Thrilling We&ern Drama "49"
UNDER MANAGEMENT QUINN BROTHERS Seats on Sale at Maxson's
NEXT ATTRACTION "SALOME JANE."
Tuesday, April 12, 1910.
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N order to make room for one of the largest shipments of ART aIA
TERIALS CA-er brought to Globe we are placing on sale every hatha the
stove at crcatlv reduced M'iees. We expect this shipment to arrive by
the luth and starting from this morning and continuing until that time ve AV1
give you some of the rarest bargains ever offered to the public. Our $5.00 re
duction sale will still be continued and in addition all our higher priced creations
Avill be offered at a great sacrifice Note the prices.
HATS GREATLY REDUCED
Hats that sold regularly for $7o.00, at this
"Clean-Up Sale" from April 11 to 15 for ..
Hats that bold regular for $30.00, at this
"Clean-Up-Salo"" from April 11 to 15 for ..
llats that sold regularly for $35.00, at this
"Clcan-Up-Salo" from April 11 to 15 for...
Hats that sold regularly for $20.00, at this
"Clean-Up-Salo" from April 11 to 15 for....
Hats that sold regularly for $17.50, at this
"Clcan-Up-Salo" from April 11 to 15 for .
Hats that sold regularly for $15.00, at this
"Clcan-Up-Salo" from April 11 to 15 for...
Hats that sold regularly for $0.00, at this
"Clean-Up-Salo' from April 11 to 15 for....
$62.50
$45.00
$25.00
$17,50
$15.00
$12.50
$5.00
FORTS
We Avill place on sale as fine a line of Cor
onet Braids and Switches as ever shown in
this city. They will be popularly priced and.
will range from $2.00 up. We are making
this reduction in order that Ave may make
room for the new goods.
HAIR GOODS
Coronet Biaids that regularly sold for $2.50, O (f
at this "Clean-Up Salo" for jfc.UU
Coronet Braids that Tcgularly sold for $3,00, flJJJ Cft
at this "Clean-Up Salo" for 4JCJV
Coronet Braids that regularly sold for $5.00, CM rtfl
at this "Clean-Up Salo" for JtaUU
Special prices on all goods in this lino from our cheapest
to our highest grades will bo offered at this great
"Clean-Up Salo" from April 11 to April 15.
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PERSONAL MENTION
Charles Solomon of Safford is n busi
ness vibitor here.
J. T. Harrington of Lost Gulch was
a business visitor yesterday.
lloval A. Smith will leavo this morn
ing to visit territorial points.
Bob McMurray, former deputy sher
iff, is spending a few days in this city.
1). J. Hoberts, oro buyer for tho El
Paso smelter, is in this city on a buying
trip. "'
E. T. Satchell returned to this city
last night nftcr a business visit to El
Paso.
E. B. Van Veen loft yesterday for
Solomonville, to attend "tho present
court session.
J ml go E. V, Lewis returned to Sol
omonville yestorday morning to resume
tho present court session.
L. M. Weaver, Indian agent at San
Carlos, arrived hero last night on busi
ness connected with tho reservation.
Colonel IL L. 1'icUett and son, who
havo been in this city for the past few
days, have returned to Tombstone.
Mrs. .1. P. Shafer returned to this
city from Bowio Inst night, alter spend-ine-
several flavs at Mr. Slmfor's ranch.
L. II. Long, constructing engineer of
tho Southern l'ncilic lines in Arizona,
arrived hero last night on railroad busi
ness. .1. C. McCluro, engineer of mainten
ance, of way of tho Itandolph system,
arrived last night, to look alter rail
road business here.
J. W. Beiinie, general manager of tho
Shannon and Arizona Commercial Cop
per companies, left Sunday morning for
Clifton, after spending a lew days in
this city. 1
M Most Delicious
Vanilla Sauce
Boll ono cupful of cream with ono
tablespoonful of sugar; while hot, stir
in the yokes of three eggs and then add
ono teaspoonful of Burnett's Vanilla.
Serve hot
One bottle of
BURNETT'S
VANILLA
will convince you of its superiority
over ordinary kinds. Insist on getting
the one bottle.
Send your name and luldreit'antl wo will send
Sou, HIEE, thirty-iix original tested recipes
of delicious dainties cosily and economically
prepared.
You will ret new Ideas from this FREE booc
Send for it NOW.
JOSEPH BURNETT COMPACT, 3G Inii. St., &l
HBSEZSBBi
NEVER ft CHANGE
FOR BOYS FORM
COPPER HILL
Get Terrible Beating from
Local Team Sundaj' by
Score of 9 to 2
BALL IS SWATTED
HARD AND OFTEN
Leather Lungs Loyally Root
from Start to Finish
of Slaughter
Tn a batfest in which both tennn
Jammed tho horo hide sphero as if they
hail a deep and lasting grudge against
tho leather globule, Globe slaughtered
Copper Hill Sunday atternoon to the
tuno of 9 to 2.
Tho slaughter was something fright
ful. Tho Globe boys landed on the
leather hard and often and almost at
will. The Copper Hill bunch could not
cover tho field effectively and while
they batted the bull freely, they novcr
could bu'neh enough bingles in any one
inning to secure tho faintest semblance
of a lookin.
The locals started things in the first
act when a bunch of bingles, added
to a few misplnys on tho pan of the
visitois, sent four mon around tho cir
cle. Two nioio tallies were chalked up
in the second, on a similar basis and
in tho tlmd, fifth and seventh innings,
singlo runs were scored. Errors en
tered into all but one run.
Copper Hill's only runs came in thej
eighth inning. With such a big lead l
that they had ceased to be careful, tho
Globules allowed Weisbeekcr and Bep
pert to jog home. If tho scoro had
been at all close it is doubtful if
these urns would have been made.
Things looked good for Copper Hill
in the fou'ith, when with two on base-!,
Dent wilt u high ono along first base
line, it fell in foul tenitory, in tho
opinion of Umps Leggott, however, and
a double play which followed banished
the hopes of tho visitors.
A good sized crowd witnessed the
game and the Copper Hill supporters
gave, ail the assistance they could by
rooting even alter all hopes of a vic
tory had disappeared behind the bunch
of runs chalked up by the Globe boys.
In detail the scoro is as follows.
GLOBE AB K II P A E
Sarver, ss 2 1 1 4 5 1
Smite, lb 3 2 2 7 0 2
Piuyan, rf 4 1 2 1 0 0
McGraw, rf 0 0 0 2 0 0
Edmunds 2b 4 0 2 C 0 0
Burek, c 4 I! 1 4 0 0
Griffin, cf 4 1 2 1 0 0
Keegan, If. 4 0 0 0 0 0
Bigando, 3b 4 0 1 0 1 0
Gossagc, p 4 1 1 3 4 0
Totals .,. 33 !)fl2 27
COPPER-HILL AB K II P
Bosqu'et c 4 0 1 7
Ropport, ss 4 1 1 2
Brewer, cf 4 0 ! 0
Barker, 3b 4 0 3 0
Dent, 2b 4 0 0 4
Rowan, lb 4 0 0 10
Crosswhite, rf 4 U 0 0
Crumby, If 4 0 1 1
Weisbeekcr, i 4 1 1 0
10 3
A E
1 2
3.0
1 0
3 3
5 0
0 0
0 0
1 0
2 1
Totals 30 2 8 24 10 0
Score by Innings
GLOBE 4 2 10 10 10. !)
Hits 3 3 2 0 112 0 12
COPPER II1LL.0 0000002 02
Hits 0 1221002 08
Summary
Earned run, Globe; three-base hit,
Gossage; two-baso hit, Sarver; sacrifice
hit, Sarver; stolen bases, Saner, Shute,
Burek (3); struck out, by Gossage, 1,
by Weisbeekcr, C; bases on balls, off
Woisbccker, 2; double plays, Gossage
to Shute, (2), Reppert to Dent to Row
an; left on buses, Globe, 3, Copper Hill,
3 passed balls Bostruct, 2. Time, 1:3.1;
umpire, Leggett.
BREEZES FROM THE PRESS BOX
Those new unifoims are the goods.
A Skin of Beauty is a roy Forever.
iR. T. Follx Gouraud o Oriental
Croam or Magical Baautlflor.
Ke-noves Tan, rimp'oa,
1'tecLlcs, Jlotti litche
lUsb, and Skin I)taeacfl,
ana every DiemiMi
on beauty, and te
Acs detection. It
lias stood the test
oC 63 rears, and
Is so liarmle.s -vre
tttstclttoLcsureu
U properly mid.
Accept no counter
felt of elndllr
name. Dr. L. A.
Sayre a!d to a
lady cf the haul
ton (a patient) i
"As you ladles
wlU use them.
I recommend
?.,. ...i,,.!.. p.niii & tfee loast harmful of all the
eltfn preparations." l'or tals by all drugzMs and t ancy
Goods Dealers tn the United states, Canada and Europe.
FEnD.T.HCPKINS, Prop., 37 Great Jones Strest. NewTott
OJ)
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If tho Copper Hill bunch rnuln't been
afraid of soiling their spotless new togs,
they might have played a closer game.
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Manager Shuto of the Globe team
has promised to mark tho foul lines
with lime in the future, to avoid dis
putes with regard to fouls. Dent's foul
hit Sunday came near breaking up tho
game.
Tor a big luiskey, Btuek is a regu
lar Raffles when it comes to purloining
bases. Ho stole three bags in as many
innings Sunday and probably increased
his share of tho tallies by so doing.
Gossagc nabbed three line drives, and
they were hot ones, too, His control
was excellent and he has all the ear
marks of a real ball player. Inciden
tally, he drovo a three-bagger almost
against the left field fence, which is a
feat most big league pitchers would be
proud of.
Tho real question is this: If the
Globe team keeps on improving, where
will the team be developed in this neck
of the woods that will play an equal
contest against the local boys. They
would" certainly give any team in the
torritory a real race for tho diuero.
Miami and Copper Hill -ought to put
up a fast game. Prom the dope sheet,
they are evenly balanced and when they
get together the fans ought to bo fur
nished something bordering very near
ly upon excitement. -
j
Tho Globe boys will probably visit
Safford within a short tinio and try out
tho valley team, which is as yet some
thing of an unknown quantity.
Edmunds, the new second sackcr,
showed up well in tho field and rapped
out two clean bingles in foi.V times at
bat.
GOLDSBORQ
HEARD FROM
A Lady Who Lives in Goldsboro
Joins in the Chorus of Praise
for Cardui, The Woman's
Tonic.
Goldsboro, N. C "A physician treat
ed me for many distressing symptoms,"
writes Mrs. Etta A. Smith, "but gave
me no relief.
"I suffered with neuralgia around the
heart and was troubled at times with my
head. I had pain in my left side, bowels,
left thigh, shoulders and arms.
"After taking Cardui, I am now well
2nd can recommend it to other suffering
women."
Just such doubtful symptoms, as those
from which Mrs. Smith suffered, are the
ones for which it will pay you to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic.
It is at such times, when there is noth
ing to show, for certain, the real cause of
the trouble, that you need a tonic, to give
the body strength to throw off the illness
that evidently threatens.
Take Cardui, when you are ill, with
the ailments of your sex. Take Cardui
as a tonic, to prevent illness, when you
feel it coming.
Your druggist keeps it.
N. li Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chatta
noora Medicine Co. Ch.itlanooca.Tenn., (or Special
Instructions, and fi-i-pise book, Home Treatment
'or women" sent in plain wrapper on request.
There's No Risk
If This Medicine Does Not
Benefit You Pay Nothing
A physician who made a specialty
of stomach troubles, particularly dys
pepsia, after years of study perfected
the formula from which Rexall Dyspep
sia Tablets are made.
Ou'r experience with Rexall -Dyspepsia
Tablets leads us to believo them
to be the greatest remedy known for
the relief of acute indigestion and
chr6nic dyspepsia. Their ingredients
are soothing and healing to the inflamed
membranes of tho stomach. They are
rich in pepsin, one of llie greatest di
gestive aids knpwfr to medicine. The
relief they afford is almost immedia
ate. Their use with persistency and
regularity for a short time brings about
a cessation of tho pains caused by
stomach disorders.
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will insure
healthy appetite, aid digestion and pro
mote nutrition. As evidence of our sin
cere faith in Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets,
we ask you to try them at our risk. If
they do not give you entire satisfac
tion, wo will return you the money you
paid us for them, without qu'estion or
formality. They come in threo sizes,
prices 25 cents, 50 cents and $1.00. Re
member you can obtain tliem only at
iTho Palace Pharmacy.
UNION MINERS WILL
LEAVE BOOZE ALONE
DENVER, Colo., April 11. Striking
miners ot tho northern Colorado coal
fields have received communications
from union officials, warning them to
keep strictly away irom all liquors dur
ing the strike.
Sheriff Capp has issued notico that
all armed men impoited by tho mine
operators must stay on tho mine proper
ty during tho strike.
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The Rosary
PHOENIX, AEIZ.
Phone: Red 8431
Cut flowers for all occasions.
AMERICAN BEAUTIES
Our specialty. Mail orders given
prompt attention.
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McElroy for best painting materials.
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BUDGET
FRUM
SAFFORD
(Mrs. W. D. French, Correspondent
SAFFORD, April 11. Mrs. John W.
Farmer calne in from Santa Fe, N.
Mex., Saturday evening on a surprise
visit to her mother .Mrs. J. il. JNlc
Colhini, and other members of tho fam
ily. Ranger Roy Miller is enjoying his
annual leavo of absence, which ho has
been spending in Safford,
Bert Ramsay was an incoming pas
senger from El Paso, Saturday atter
noon. i
Miss Kate Fonda closed her school
on the Blue the latter pait of last week
and leturncd home Friday.
E. G. Sporleder came in from Tuc
son Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Amy Catlett and laughter, Miss
Daisy, closed their schools in Eden last
Friday and came to Safford Saturday
morning. Sunday they left for their
homo in Kansas whore they expect to
embark in business in tho near future
City Ice
Cream
Parlor
L. N. MARX, Prop.
Across the street from
Brown's Store
Manufacturers and Distributors
of all kinds of
Ice Creams
& Sherbets
The only place it) town where you
can get puro ice cream delivered
to your homo on a moment's
notice.
Pints, 35c Quarts, 70c
Gallon, $2.00
Special rates on large quantities.
W. D. Reading J. F. Crampton E. W. Weinmann
THE PEERLESS MEAT MARKET
We have pleased you in other markets and can please
you in our own.
Wc handle everything in our line.
W. G. Chambers of Bisbeo is a busi
ness visitor in Safford.
A horseback party of Safford 's young
bloods left Sunday morning for Camp
Inception for the purpose of engaging
in a snowball fight. As the "beautiful
white" was only lo In- found at m much
higher altitude horses were staked and
the party climbed the steep heights far
above them. After enjoying the small
boy antics until their exuberance was
all gone, tho quintette proceeded to re
turn and ho with un over abu'ndancc
of avordupois had to be rolled doivn
tho mountain side. The "Beau Brum
mcl" mourned all the way homo that
ho would arrive too late to dress for din
ner. V. M. Burke and wife weic incom
ing passengers from Phoenix Saturday
afternoon. Mr. Burke addressed an au
dienco last evening at the Baptist
church on the temperance question and
on the advisability of adding a prohi
bition clause to our new constitution
should we become a state.
Messrs. II. Ij. and Harry E. Pickett
of Tombstone, who are transacting bus
iness at the countv "cat, spent Sunday
in our city.
Perry Sowell has been made manager
of "Tho Palms."
P. S. Smith of Globe is a business vis
itor in Safford.
Forest Supervisor Smith and Ranger
Georgo Birdno left Friday on a trip
to Camp Inception to inspect tolephone
lines and the new range station.
M. A. Rex of Tucson, is a visitor in
Salford.
The Pythian Sisters are preparing to
serve a Mexican supper in Solomonville
tonight.
Antonio Enrique, who killed his wife
and father-in-law a few days ago, was
conveyed from the county hospital at
Safford to tho jail in Solomonville this
morning. ,
At the ball game Saturday afternoon
between the Clifton High school and
L. D. S. academy the Thatcher boys won
with a scoro ot 13 to 1. .
Georgo Yorkc came in Saturday af
ternoon to visit his wife, who has been
spending the winter In, Safford with
her mother, Mrs. X. P. Beebe.
Roller SKATING
TONIGHT at
DREAMLAND
GOOD B
GOD
FLOOR
Dreamland will bo
open afternoons, 2 to o,
and evenings, 7 to 10,
every day this week for
Skating, except Wednes
day and Saturday.
Admission Free
Dances - - 10c.
STATIONERY
and TOYS
Butterick Patterns
G. S. VAN WAGENEN & CO.
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CUBAN
MADE BYTHE
CIGAR C2,DENVER,COLO.
ARIZONA INVESTMENT CO.
BEN JOKES, Manager.
One of the truck farms justnorth of Globe is for sale at a bargain
price, a twenty-room house for rent at 55.00. This is close to the busi
ness center. One of tho nicest five-room houses in town is to be sold
less than cost. A good mining lease is to be let. AU information rela-,
tive to these propositions and some more can be had at our office.
Wo sell and rent typewriters of all makes.
Call and see us.
Office 177 No. Broad.
THE ST. ELMO
668 North Broad St.
Phone 71
H
BROWN
WANTS YOUR BUSINESS
Fire Insurance, Real Estate
Loans and Bonds
AGENT FIDELITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
LET ME BUILD YOU A HOME
ROOM 21, GLOBE OFFICE BoILDING
TELEPHONE MAIN 177 GLOBE, ARIZONA
Sydnor & Sterns, Props.
The Finest of Wines
Liquors and Cigars
We handle only the
Best Quality Goods
474 North Broad Street
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