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Providence, who nnuingcH all things
wisely nnd economically, wastes uo
talents on tnnn for tho mniuigcinent oi
woman. Tho wisdom of this conrso la
that man needs no such talent until
after marriage, and after marriage he
has a wife to manage other women for
him. The economy consists In tho fact
that men shall marry. A single man
never appreciates the sensitiveness of
the opposite sex. Woman hides her
wounds, and man often stamps through
her feelings with seven leaguo hoots.
An Incident that occurred to mo aft
er my marrlngo taught me this, and
sluco then I have Invariably loft tho
settlement of my differences wfth oth
er women to my wife. I had passed
middle llfo before marrying. 1 had
met ladles, as other bachelors meet
them, socially, hut my club was my
home, and I was never thrown Into In
timate association with any woman.
Hut 1 considered myself suulelently
mild mannered and deferentlnl to the
softer sex for all ordinary social pur
poses. What wounds 1 had lutllctcd I
did not know, nor was I conscious of
having Indicted any.
The honeymoon over, my wife took
me In tralniug, and it soon became ap
parent that I needed a great deal of
It. However. In about a year I sup
posed I was thoroughly educated. Ono
day my wife Informed me that her
dearest friend, whom she had not seen
since we had been married, was com
ing to visit her, and she was especial
ly anxious that I should make a good
Impression. I resolved to be ou my
guard nnd put on my most nffnble and
The first evening of Miss Blaud's ar
rival my wife, my sister nud our guest
sat down to a game of whist. I was
of. course assigned to play with Miss
Bland. I got on swimmingly. I saw
that my partner know little of tho
game, and It gavo mo an opportunity
to show my wife that I could pass
her friend's mistakes without tho
slightest reference to them. I would
probably have gone through the even
ing without trespassing ou my part
ner's feelings had not she made a
mlsplay that gavo me au opportunity,
nsj thought, to mnke a brilliant strlko
I had a fine long suit, nil of which
I could make If I could draw my op
ponents' trumps; but, having only four
trumps mysolf, nil depended upon my
partner husbanding hers. My wlfo
led a smallspade, nnd I, desiring to
got the lend, put on the king. When
my partner played, the trick was mine.
She trumped It. I wlncod, but said
nothing. My partner's error gavo our
opponents the odd trick.
"I shouldn't have trumped your
trick, Bhould I?" said Miss Blnnd, red
dening. My wife explained to h$r that to
trump one's partner's trick was not
considered always the best course, but
that In this case It didn't matter since
we were playing for fun.
I didn't see the fun In playing that
way, but refrained from comment.
"Now I think of It," snld Miss Bland,
much mortified, "somebody told me
once that to trump one's partner's trick
wns the worst mistake a player can
My wife looked at me appeallngly to
say something to make my partner feel
easier, and It was then I tried to soothe
"You only trumped my king. There
Is n worse thing than that," I said
"What Is It?" asked Miss Bland.
"To trump your partner's ace."
Miss Bland cast a quick glance at
me, and I cast a glance at my wife,
expecting to see approval In her face.
I saw a frown.
There was an ominous tremor on
Miss Bland's lip, nnd presently she
arose, left the table and went upstairs.
"Now you've done It," said my wife
as she left the room to follow her
I walked up and down the floor curs
lng myself for a fool nnd wondering
If my wife would be able to explain
matters and get me out of tho scrape.
I also wondered how she would man
ago the diplomatic task. Of course she
would tell Mis Bland what clso could
she tell her? that I hnd Intended my
remark to make her blunder seem less
a blunder. But hnd I solely so In
tended It? Women are quick to see a
slight, and perhnp3 Miss Bland might
havo detected a trace of sarcasm In
my voice. "Thank heaven," I mut
tered, "It's woman against woman.
I'm sure the moro I excused myself
tho worse I would make the matter."
My wife returned, but without her
"Well?" I asked eagerly.
"She's coming down presently, after
she's got rid of the appearance of
"Of course. Do you suppose her feel
ings nro sheet Iron?" Then, seeing the
pain she was lulllctlng on me, she add
ed, "It's nil right now."
"Did you tell her I Intended"
"Nonsense! I told her nothing of
"Whnt did you tell her?"
"Why, I told her that you had been
n bachelor nil your life, had lived at
clubs and all that and hadn't been used
to playing cards with women In short,
"I didn't now any better."
"And It made her feel all right?"
"My love," 1 exclaimed, folding her
In an embrace, "you're a brick. You
can beat me at diplomacy every time."
Miss Bland came down, and tho
game proceeded. Sho and I became
fast friends. ALEXANDER ELY.
A DEAL IN SHOES
Salesman Sold Goods
"Dropping into a shoesforo tho other
day," began tho obsorver, "T saw n
talesman do something that aroused my
admiration As I sat down to bo fitted
T noticed a man close by with what
seemed to bo about a dozen pairs of
shoes scattered around him. JIo had
been inspecting and 'trying them on,'
and although ho had bono satisfactorily
fitted sovoral times, ho was unablo to
niuko a choice. I can't docitlo Which
pair to take,' ho said to tho salesman
what was attending htm.
"Tho snlcBinnn picked up a -pair of
bluchers, a pair of button shoes and n
pair of another Btylo, placed thorn In
front of the customer nud said: 'All
of these shoes fit you, nad fit you well.
My advice is that you take all throe
.rs' flqdqq k. iqtj-kwcllidniap i
" 'But T came In for only ono pair,'
protested the customer.
" 'That is no reason for not taking
all of thorn,' responded the seller. 'By
taking theso three pairs you will Bave
nionoy, you will bo ublo to ulternnto and
make thoni las Monger, and you will at
all times havo tho satisfaction that
follies from having comfortablo shoos
on your foot.'
" 'Well,' said tho convinced custom
er, 'I never did such a thing boforo in
my life, but I will take your advice
and do it now. Wrap them all up.'
"A few nioiiionts Inter the man who
uu mo" in or ono pair of shoes walked out
of tho store with three pairs. That's
what aroused my admiration and open
ed my eyes to tho fact that there are
are salesmen and snlosmon." Pitts
IN THE PROBATE OOUET OF THE
COUNTY OF QILA, TERRITORY OF
In the Matter of the Estate of Francis
Jordan, Deceased. Notice by Clerk of
Day Fixed for Hearing Return of
Salo of Real Estate.
Pursuant to, on order of tho Probate
Court, made on tho 9th day .of Febru
ary, 1907, notico is hereby given that
V. F. Rawlings, the administrator of
the estate of said deceased, made to tho
said Court, and filod in the ollico of the
Clerk thereof, on said day, a return of
salo inado by hint on tho 9th day of Feb
ruary, 1907, under a previous ordor of
said Court, of the following real es
tate, and for tho following named sum
to wit: Part of Lot 32 in Block 82 in
fllobo Townsite, County of Gila, Torri
tory of Arizonn, for tho sum of Forty
Dollars, as will more fully appear from
said return filed as aforesaid, nud to
which roforonce is hereby made for fur
And Notico is Horoby Further Given,
that Thursday, the 21st day of Febru
ary, 1907, at 10 o'clock a. in., at tho
courtroom of said Court, at the Court
house in snid County of Giln, has been
fixer for hearing tho said return, when
and whore any porson interested in the
said estate may appear and file written
objections to the confirmation of the
said sale, and may bo heard, and may
produco witnesses in support of such
Dated February 9, 1907.
P. C. ROBERTSON, Clerk.
First publication February 10, 1907.
RESOLUTION NO. 1
Whorcns, It satisfactorily appears to
tho Common Council of tho Town of
Globe that said town has acquirod n
imputation of thrco thousand, and that
there nro now over three thousand in
habitants within tho boundaries of tho
said town; and
Whereas, Tho inhabitants thereof do
siro to assumo a city organization and
it is deemed to the best interests of tho
town that tho inhabitants thereof as
sumo a city organization;
Now, Therefore, Bo It Resolved, That
we, the Common Council of the said
Town of Globe, in consideration of tho
premises and pursuant to the provisions
of Paragraph C97, Chapter 9 of Titlo 11
of tho Revised Statutes of tho Territory
of Arizona, do unanimously vote in
favor of, and do horoby assume and
adopt a city organization undor the
name of tho City of Globe.
Passed and adopted January 12, 1907.
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attests F. J. Elliott, Mayor.
AMENDMENTS TO THE ARTICLES
Bo it known that, at a meeting of
the stockholders of this corporation,
held at its office in Globo, Arizona, on
the 2nd day of January, 1907, at which
tho holders and representatives of a
majority of all tho outstanding stock
of snid corporation wero present, tho
following amendments to tho constitu
tion of said corporation wero duly and
That Article 3 bo amondod to read
as follows, to wit: Tho authorized cap
ital stock of this corporation is nnd
shall bo One Million Fivo Hundred
Thousand Dollars which said capital
stock shall bo divided into Ono Million
Fivo Hundred Thousand shares of tho
par valuo of Ono Dollar each, and when
issued, shall lawfully paid and non-assessable.
That Articlo 5 of said corporation bo
and tho same is hereby amended as
(a) By ittriking out tho word "fivo"
in tho second lino thereof and inserting
in lieu thorcof tho word "eight."
(b) That, in addition to the persons
named thorein as diroctors, the follow
ing named persons bo and they are
horoby constituted diroctors of this cor
poration, to wit: J. P. Rcardon, Rich
ard C. Sparka and Glonn L. Coffee, who,
with tho persons already nnmed in said
Articlo 5, shall constituto tho Board of
Directors of this corporation.
J. THORNTON PRICE,
N. G. NELMS, Prosident,
Sccrotnry pro tern.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
I, N. G. Nelms, Secretary, pro torn
poro, of Globo-Wheatfiolds Mining Com
pany, do hereby certify that tho above
amendments to tho articles of incor
poration of said corporation were duly
adopted at" a mooting of tho stockhold
ers thorcof called for that purpose, and
that at said mooting a majority of all
tho stock issued and outstanding was
duly nnd properly represented.
In Witness Whereof, I havo hereunto
sot my hand and affixed tho corporato
seal of said corporation, at Globe, Ari
zona, this, tho 19th day of January,
"H". N. G. NELMS,
(Seal) Secretary pro tompore. j of
ORDINANCE NUMBER TWELVE
An Ordinnnco Regulating tho Collection
of Street Tax.
Bo it ordained by the Mayor and
Common Council of tho City of Gloho:
An nnnunl street tax of Two Dollars
is hereby lovlod on each and every male
inhabitant ovor twenty-one years of ago
and under fifty years of ago residing
within the corporato limits of tho City
of Globo for tho year commencing Jan
uary 1, 1907, and each yoar thereafter.
Snid Street Tax shall bo payablo to
tho Supervisor of Streots of Baid City
on demand. Whonovcr said tax has
boon paid tho Supervisor of Strocts
shall dolivor to tho person thereto en
titled, the propor receipt signed by the
City Clerk of said City and countersign
ed by himself. All moneys collected by
tho Supervisor of Stroets under this or
dinance shall bo paid by him to the
City Treasurer and shall bo kept in a
soparato fund to bo known and desig
nated as tho street fund and shall ho
used for the improvement of streets and
Any person, firm or corporation hav
ing in his or their employ auy person
liablo to pay the street tax as provided
in Section 1, shall, on demand boing
made by tho Supervisor of Streets, fur
nish such Supervisor of Streets with an
accurate list of the names 6f all such
persons liablo to payment of said street
tax, and in ense of any such persons
liablo to payment of said street tax
shall make default therein, ns herein
after provided, the porson, firm or cor
poration so employing such person mak
ing such default, shall, on demand from
the Supervisor of Streets, pay sueli
Supervisor of Streets tho amount so due
for said street tax, and take a receipt
therefor, which receipt shall constitute
and become a good nnd sufficient set-off
and payment for tho amount therein
named of any claim which said delin
quent may havo against such person,
firm or corporation so taking such re
oeipt and may be deducted in any sub
seqent settlement with said person, by
any person, firm or corporation holding
Any person who shall fail upon de
mand of the Supervisor of Streets to
pay said tax as aforesaid, shall bo pun
ished by a fine of not less than five nor
more than twenty-five dollars and stand
committed to tho calaboose of the city
until payment of such fine, not exceed
ing thirty days, or by confinement at
hard labor upon tho streets or public
works of the city for a period of not
less than fivo nor more than thirtv davs.
This ordinance shall not apply to any
active member of any volunteer fire
department within tho City of Globe;
provided tho evidence of tho organiza
tion of the fire department and of the
good standing of the member as re
quired by taw shall be filed with the
City Clerk for each vcar.
This ordinance shall take effect from
and after its passage.
Passed and adopted the 31st day of
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: F. J. Elliott, Clerk.
First publication February S, 1907.
ORDINANCE NUMBER THIRTEEN
An Ordinance Regulating Prostitution.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Common Council of the City of Globe:
It shall be unlawful for any prosti
tute, courtesan or lewd Jvoman to en
gage in the business of prostitution or
to resido in or occupy any building,
room, shed or tent within the City of
uiouo ior inc purpose oi engaging in
prostitution therein unless she shall
have first obtained from the City Mar
shal a permit to engage in such busi
ness anil tho occupation of such
premises; provided, however, that
the building, room, shed or
tent shall be situated at least 400 yards
in a direct line from any school house
or other public building.
It shall bo tho duty of tho City Mar
shal to issuo to any prostituto upon de
mand and the payment of the sum of
Fifteen Dollars, a permit to engage in
prostitution at a certain house of pros
titution, specifically described in such
permit for a term not exceeding three
months, terminating with each quarter
of tho fiscal year; provided. that the
application feo for a permit issued dur
ing tho qunrtor shall bo pro rated; ami
provided further that tho Marshal may
exercise ins discretion ns to tho place
for which a permit may bo issued.
It shall bo tho duty of the City Mar
shal to keep a correct record of tho
names and residences of each such ap
plicant, which record shall bo open to
Inspection at all times, and ho shall
account weekly to tho City Clerk for all
sums of money received for the issuanco
of such permits.
It shall bo tho duty of the holdor of
such pormit to keop tho same posted in
a conspicuous placo In her room, and it
shall bo tho duty of each and every po
lico officer nnd deputy marshal of tho
City of Globo to arrest any prostituto
engaging in tho business of prostitution
in tho City of Globe without a pormit,
or at any plnco othor than tho ono spe
cified in such pormit.
It shall bo unlawful for any owner
or agent of any owner or any person or
persons ' to lot, lease or rent for any
length of timo whatovqr to any woman
of ill fame, any house, room or struc
ture for tho purpose of prostitution or
assignation unless said woman of ill
famo shall first havo procured from tho
City Marshal a pormit to occupy said
houso, room or structure.
Common reputation for unchastity or
prostitution shall bo competent and pri
ma facie evidence of the character of
porsons arrested for violation of this
Any person violating any of tho pro
visions of this Ordinance shall bo deem
ed guilty of n misdemeanor and upon
conviction thereof shall bo fined not less
than ton dollars nor moro than threo
hundred dollars, and stand committed to
tho calaboose of tho city until tho pay
ment of such fine, not exceeding threo
months, or shall be confined nt hard
labor upon the streets or public works
the city for a period of not Jess than
fivo days nor moro than thirty days.
This ordinance shall tnko effect and
bo in fOrcO from, "and after February
1st, 1907. f
Passed and ndopted this 3lst day of
January, 1907. ,
Approved: , ) W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: F. J. Elliott, Clerk.
First publication February 8, 1907.
ORDINANCE NUMBER FOURTEEN
An Ordinance Regulating Sidewalks.
Bo it ordained by tho Mayor and
Common Council of tho City of Globo:
That it shall bo unlawful for any ond
to repair or construct any sidewalk in
tho City of Globo, wjthout permission
from tho Supervisor oT Streots, and no
now sidewalks shall he constructed un
til tho street shall bo surveyed and tho
width and grado of such sidewalk shall
bo determined, and when determined
tho sidewalks may bolmilt according to
the plans and specifications furnished
by tho Citj Engineer.
Tho Mayor of the City of Globo nmy
employ from time to time, with tho
nppioval of tho Common Council, a
competent civil engineer to malto such
surveys, plans nnd estimates as shall ho
necessary for tho purposes of tho City
in tho establishment of street and sido
walk grades and improvements, und to
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Approved: W. S. 'SULTAN,
Attest F. J. Elliott, Clerk.
First publication A-'ebrunry 8, 1907,
RESOLUTION NUMBER TWO
Bo it resolved by tho Mayor and Com
mon Council of tho City of Globo:
That the minutes of nil proceedings
of all regular and special meetings of
tho City of Globo bo not published. .
' That this Resolution be entorod upon
tho minutes of this meeting.-
Passed nnd adopted tho 31st day of
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: F. J. Elliott, Clerlu
First publication February 7, 1907.
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