Newspaper Page Text
,- pr ir - -JV.
v . v
- l2$. i w
? , ' "
l.,x, February 12, 1910
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
BARONESS VAUGHAN, WHO WAS FORCED TO LEAVE BELGIUM.
ss miRlian, morgnnntlc wltc of the Into King Leopold, lost
,. ttmj: out of Iiclxlum after the king's rie.ttli. The fact that
tin only ono of Ills household present during his Inst Illness
. jilo, who had long held her in contempt, f the point of hostile
iiil she took her two small boys and vent to her chateau
1 1. She will obtain a large sharo of Leopold's fortune through
!ld himself gave her the title of baroness. She wia the
ocial : Circles
NEW STORY STARTS
1 SILVER RELT
Truxton' King Latest Mas
terpiece of Fascinat
By Edna Surerus Hasse
- nr. - frJJlJuVhyWl'JSl( h
uO J YTEN-ANDERSON
w.Jilitur nimirrpil In.!"
' -"-"- -
u-oat'iice 01 Jir. auu
i Kner, 371 South Hill
- M.irgaret K. Gouyten
i u 1. Anderson were
i inh of wedlock.
imurred at half past
i - II. H. Pratt -olliui-
w c relatives and in-
i tin- groom were pres-
- dlenn anil MrsLil-
t is witnesses.
r. .1 navy bluo travel-
, 'i niiv a dainty supper
1 i hostess.
-. i 1...1..
- a popular vvuug lauj )
I as, wno arnveu on
i in-t a
r the wedding.
a nephew of Mr. and
uKucr and is well and
in this city, having
Ins early childhood.
ia ranching and has
h homo about a mile
limits whero he has
i s of chicken raising.
.' ,, tho culmination of
i liegan several yea
iiit acquaintance was
' u h cupid has succeed-
tilings to his own en-
inlerson loft last night
tlie Valentino social
1 1 c Epworrh leaguo at
i mm room in tho annex
t Episcopal church on
.' i'o being rapidly com
mens aro that it will
1 ostoflico, which will
in ipal features of the
1 mbt furnish plenty
li ily as each one is
ii rein a valentine for
i ml or sweetheart.
be music and other
' nt to fill tho cntiro
I! be no charge for
nliai invitation is ox-
iii iy wish to attend.
1 E. Solomon of Solo
it daughter, Mrs. J.
guests tlioy.nror, were
' ning at a very prot
ii'ir given by M'rs.
ns of 425 East Oak
ii ts had bcon invited
mug informally at
bridge, two tables being engaged in
playing. Those present besides the din
ner guests were Mr. and Mrs. McCar
thy, Mr. Harry Solomon and Mr. C. ('.
A very well attended meeting of the
Woodmen's Circle was held last evening
at Trades' Union hall, and aside from
the transaction of tlio "regular business
ono candidate, Mrs. AIioo Wilkius, was
initiated into full membership in the or
der. Mrs. M. IJanft, of San Francisco, who
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. 1'ullor
of Miami, was a visitor at last night's
"meeting. After tho business session a
short informal visiting session was held,
1 lmf i- u'aj Tint tlin niirlif tw flirt, rnirntnti
short tune ue-, "" "" ""' l"u "& .""
I. O. T. M. OFFICERS MEETING
The 1. S. C, Mrs. Waldron, will be
in Globe Sunday evening and has re
quested that the oflicers of the Ladies
of the Maccabees meet with her on that
ovening. Tho meeting will bo held nt
the homo of Mrs. Laura -Culver, on
South East street, and all officers are re
quested to be present.
McElroy for best painting materials.
If you wish relishes and delicacies,
seo Morehcad & Lun's list on P&ge S.
I That fcarp,
CANDIES AT REDUCED PRICES
Prico your goods before buying, then
try Adams' Candy Prices.
IT III ACT
ROBBING CAR III
One of Men' Arrested by Of
ficer Temple and Will
He Heard Today
Publishing tho opening chapters to
morrow morning, tho Silver licit will
print 'serially fieorgo Barr MeCutchoon's
latest story, "Truxton King," which
is pronounced by critics to bo the best
effort Mr. McCutcheon has yet made.
It is a story of Graustark, and a now
Graustnrk story arouses expectations
becauKo those that have preceded havo
established a sort of cult for tho myth
ical kingdom whoro modem adventurers
find an opportunity for their heroic en
deavors. Truxton King, big, handsome, good
natured and young, ranges over the
face of tho earth, looking for adventure,
and finding none, until at last he comes
to tho natural home of such thing:
Graustark. Tho samo old, romantic
land of Graustark. There aro plots and
counterplots, the scurry of hoofs, the
clash of swords and tho crack of riflos.
And thiugs happen with an unexpected
ness, a rush and a go which sweep
the -reader along until, liko us, ho can
say breathclssly:, "McCutcheon, has
iloiie it again."
Tho Grand Rapids Press has tho fol
lowing to say of this captivating talc:
"If you were fond of 'Graustark' and
apparently several million readers were,
you will have a rattling good time of
it with 'Truxton King.',, This Mr. King
is stalwart, hnmisoniQ anil romantic, a
typical George Barr McCutcheon or
Richard Harding Davis hero."
Don't fail to read the opening chap
ters in tomorrow morning s issue of tho
Silver Belt. If you read tho opening,
you can t quit until the end.
CANDIES AT REDUCED PRICES
The Adams' Confectionery aro selling
all their candic3 at 10c to 23c per lb.
reductions. Buy now.
Lincoln's Birthday Will Be
Observed Very Quietly
in This City
Although the public offices of this city
will eloso today Hnd Holiday-hours win
bo observed at the postoflieo, the one
hundred first anniversary of the birth
of Abraham Lincoln will be very quietly
observed in this city.
Whilo Lincoln's birthday is not a
legal holiday in Arizona, it was so de
clared by a proclamation from tho office
of tho govornof. None of tho busi
ness houses of this citjwill take cogni;
zance. of the proclamation and it is
probable that the banks will remain
Tho district court will be called at
9:30 and an adjournment taken until
Monday. This action is necessary, in
order to keep alive tho present term
I CHURCHES I
Tho First Baptist Church
Hill and Oak Sts.
a. in. (Sunday school,
a. m. Sermon, "Lost We
7:30 Sermon, "Tho Message of the
Christ Concerning tho Sabbath."
z8:00 p. in. Wednesday, Bible class,
, m. Brotherhood meeting.
m. B. Y. P. U., 'Evangel-
cordial inviation is given e,very-
Trades' Union Hall.
Sabbath school, 10 a. m,; morning
service, 11 a. m., sermon theme, "The
Citizen of tho Kingdom in Rclntion to
tho Law of the Kingdom." Fourth in
tho scries upon the "Sermon on the
Mount." , , i
Christinn Endeavor meeting at 0:43
p. in. Subject, "Blblo Texts that Help
Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Sermon
theme, "A Cutting Investment with
Big Returns." Matt. 19:27-20. Fourth
in series on "Cullings from Mntthew."
Mid-week service, Wednesday, 7:30
p. in. Subject, "Is the Young Man
Women's Missionary society, Tues
day, 3 p. m.
Ladies' Aid society, Thursday, 2:30
p. in. Guests of Mrs. Eakin, Mrs. Jones
and Mrs. Wilsou.
"Christian Scienco services will be
held at Room 7, Globe Office building,
at 11 o'clock Sundny morning. Visi
tors are always welcome at these servicer.
St. John's Episcopal Church
East -Oak Street.
First Sundny in Lent, February 13.
Holy communion, 7:30 a. in.; morning
prayer, 11 a. in. evening prayer, 7:30
Lenten services will be as, follows:
Monday, Wednesday anil Friday,' each
day at 4:15 p. m.
The Ember days will bo Wednesday,
Friday and Saturday. Evening prayer
or Litany will be said each day at 4:15
Tho St. John's Guild will meet n
Win. Tillman's homo Thursday, 3 p. in.
1 you want to get an appetite, read
Morehcad & Lunn's list on Page 8.
"PUCK AND JUDGE"
"Puck and Judge," tho musical
comedy presented by tho Reed and Ar
buckle Company, delighted two large
audiences at the Majestic last night.
Reed and Arbuekle as tho funny Jit
tlo Puck and tho jolly fat judge mSde
a great hit with their humorous stories
and conversations, ana tho effect was
strengthened by the picturesque stage
Somo clever song hits were intro
duced by members of tho company and
some very pretty and unusual effects
wero attained by tho unique costumes
of the chorus girls. In ono piece they
represented tho airship gins and in an
other the waitresses, and there were
still others that were equally protty.
Tho largo numbers who wero in at
tendance at both performances were
highly pleased with the production and
many of them will in all probability be
back to see it again this evening.
This company of lau,'lijproduccrs has
been greeted by good houses ever siuco
its first appearance in tho city and
still continues to draw well.
St. John's Baptist Church
The revival at the St. John's Bap
tist church is proving quite a ucj.'ess
and will continue until Sunday, Febru
Sunday school at 10 o'clock a. m.
Preaching by Rev. J. B. Bell, our mis
sionary, at 11 o'clock a. m.
Preaching by Rev. K. P. Bond, the
pastor, at 3 p. in.; preaching by Rev.
A. Porter, the new pastor, at 8 p. m.,
subject, "The Hand Writing on the
Everyone is welcome.
Seo the new offices for rent on 2nd
floor new Ainstcr building.
A 8Wn of Beauty Is a Joy Forever.
iR. T. Follx Gouroud'a Orlontol
Cream or Magical uoautitior.
Itmnve Tan. Pimp!o
Freckles, iluth rtctit.
Hub, and skin V.kucs
x. nni CTcry Demin
l'7 on beauty, and ilt
(R lies detection. It
tx7 bsxtooil Ite test
Sa' ct a yearn, and
l so fianai e
tine It lot melt
la properly mite.
Accept to censier
(elt of similar
name Dr. I.. A.
Parc said to a
lady ef tbe baat
ton patient s
"A you ladles
wlU use tbcrn
'finiiFMii,ly f 'renin' as tbe I'ift harmful of all the
skin preparations " For sale by all drutfts and 1 ancy
Ooods iiealers In the United States, Canada and Europe.
FERD.T. HOPKINS, Prep, 37 Great Jones Slrett, Hew fork
r M IL1 S
t6 .1 (SI
'' ' uly in ordinary, in
'tiJla neVer in Bur-Vanilla.
h, subtle flavor of Pa
Vanilla in Inn nrp. pSi
rum by adding too
That b why
' i- why you should al
v sut on getting
Caught in the act of breaking into
a refrigerator car in tho Arizona East
ern railroad yards, .loo Murphy wns ar
rested shortly after 8 o 'clock last night
by Watchman Harry Temple. A con
federate who was assisting Murphy in
what was apparently an attempt to se-
euro a quantity ot liquors, escaped.
Temple's attention was called to the
car burglars by tho, creaking of tho
fastening of the car door. To reach
the men ho crawled under tho car, but
before ho could reach them, ono of tho
men dashed across tho creek in the
darkness. Murphy was arrested with
out a struggle and locked up in jail.
When searched at the jail, ho is said
to havo had tho broken car seal in his
hand, although this bit of evidence
was not found by tho officers. He had
few personal effects, with tho exception
of a razor, which Templo believes ho
used in cutting tho seal.
An examination of tho car showed
that tho door had been opened, but
whether any of its contents wero stolen
cannot bo ascertained until tho boxes
and packages aro chocked up.
Templo stated positively last night
that tho men wero attempting to enter
tho car when ho camo upon them and
today ho will lllo a charge Nof burglary
against Murphy. , .
A GREAT DRAMATIC EVENT
Patrons of Dreamland theater will be
offered a dramatization of Alary J.
Holmes' popular novel, "Tempest
Sunshine," in the near future.
Manager Alexander is now arrang
ing for tho coming of W. P. Mail's
great road show, which is presenting
this popular play this season, and oy
orj'Oiie ever having road tho book will
want to feco tho play, especially sinro
nothing liko it has ever been presented
here. Every man, woman and child
should &C0 it.
The jday deals principally with two
beautiful bouthern girls who aro sisters,
and their sweethearts, who mix thing3
up genorally in their frantic endeavors
not to encroach on tho other's choice.
Laughable as well as serious situa
tions arc -almost of momentary occur
rence, whilo neat comedy and ingon
ious complications and suqiriscs aro
constantly presenting themselves during
the unraveling of this romantic story.
It is a talo for lovers, as well, and
teaches n lesson equal to any sermon
ever delivered from tho pulpit?
A rcmarkablo cast, rcalitstic scenery,
novel and complete production is promised.
V. sssssssssssss. W
vls ffl J flQu nH nQn Mtsn hIBf 0
Seo tho now offices for rent on 2nd
floor hew Anistcr building.
JTTfeil 1 1 wwu
fl! mA wi E3 IB Hi
lady Learned About Cardui, The
Woman's Tonic and. is Now
Enthusiastic in its Praise.
Mount Pleasant, Ten n. "Cardui is all
you claim for it, and more," writes Mrs.
M. E. Rail, of this place.
"I was a great sufferer for 2 years and
was very weak, but I learned about Car
dui, and decided to try it. Now I am in
"My daughter, when changing into
womanhood, got in very bad health. I
gave her Cardtli and now she enjoys
"Cardui is worth its weight in gold. I
recommend it for young and old."
Being composed exclusively of harm
less vegetable ingredients, with a mild
and gentle medicinal .action, Cardui is
the best medicine for weak, sick girls
It has no harsh, powerful, near-poisonous
action, like some of the strong
minerals and drugs, but helps nature to
perform a cure in a natural easy way.
Try Cardui. . -
N. B. Write in: Ladles' Advisory Dcpt., Chatta
nooia Medicine Co . Chattanooga. Term,, for Special
JI5niHIIM..aim vj -ff. iuw., ...... ........... ,
lor Wonierv'scnt in plain wrapper, on request.
and get some
that will give you
a prepossessing -introduction
think of sending
out a poorly
dressed letter than
of sending a shabby
to meet the trade
in his line.
Think it over
First appearances "
A word to the
and a good
The best cols
no more than
What the Silver Belt
Print Shop puts
into its work
in the way of
better sendee it
stocks in car "
You, Mr. .
Know what car
lots save in
There's a moral
Keep your money
You don't want
sending to the -
and we will
send a man.
M. M. KING PRESENTS
REED & ARBUCKLE
PUCK AND JUDGE"
A Musical Comedy
The Airship Girls The Waitresses
"M-U-M IS THE WORD"
The Big Song Hit
General Admission 25c. Reserved Seats 35c
Seats on sale during the day at Maxson's candy store
"Tempest and Sunshine"
If you have read the book you will
want to see the play
CXA)CQ 1 ''t " ftfr8 & Q iS34S-3frfr44frfrt)
THE ST. ELMO
Sydnor & Sterns, Props.
The Finest of Wines
j Liquors and Cigars
We handle only the
Best Quality Goods
474 North Broad Street
SS i' gii Yiff f .PTa y M m TyMlg)j at l
Twelve years ago
-Today It is recognized as the one t'pe of machine
practical for modern business.
The Result All of the old time makers have fallen
into line and have adopted this construction.
This stamp of approval from rival manufacturers has but'
served to strengthen public confidence in the machine
that has led the way. Don't be persuaded into buying a
"trailer" look over the Underwood and you will under
stand why we say it is -.A ' .a.
"The Machine You Will Eventually Buy".
THE UNDIRWOOD TYPEWRITER CO., Inc.
324 SOUTH HlLli ST., LOS ANGELES