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.Thursday, May 26, 1930.
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VJ By Nora Hefley
WEDNESDAY CLUB MEETS
The meeting of tho Wednesday club
yesterday afternoon with Mrs. S. l' Sul
zberger of 442 South Hill street was
a most enjoyable one.
About twonty-six members were
present at this closing of tho club year,
and several instructive papers wero
read. Mrs. Nnquin handled her sub
ject, "Saito Poriod and Its Kings," in
a manner indicative of a thorough
study and understanding of her thcniu,
which, with her splendid delivery, mado
it ono of tho most interesting papers
of tho afternoon. Mrs. Cardin had an
exceptionally strong dissertation on
"Alexander tho Great in Kgypt," while
Mrs. Cory delivered a disoourso on "De
scriptive History" nnd Picturesque Kgypt
by Kbers," in very forcoful language.
Year books wcro distributed for tho
club year, beginning September 28, 1910,
SAYS BIG BATTLE
WILL BE ENACTED
NEW YORK, May 23.-iGovernor
Gillctt of California,' who is making a
tour of the east in behalf of tho world's
fair for San Francisco in 1915, is not
having a happy trip, duo to tho fact
that ministers aro camping on his trail
and informing him that the Jeffries
Johnson tight must not bo held. But
Governor Gillctt says tho fight can be
held, for tho laws of California permit
such a contest. "I cannot stop tho
fight," ho says. "If the people of
California do not want tho contest to
bo held they must change their laws."
NEW YORK, Maj 25. The will of
Charles C. Dickinson, former president
of the Carnegie Trust company, who
died hero yesterday presumably from
tho effects of inhaling a poisonous gas
in a laboratory in Scranton, Pa., was
filed for probate today.
It contains a bequest of $4,000 for
tho education'of his son Charles at Cor.
nell, with the strango stipulation that
tho son shall forfeit his allowance if
ho goes "To or updn Cayuga lake."
The lake is used by Cornell crews.
To a ncphow ho leaves $2,000 for ed
ucational purposes with tho samo stipu
lation regarding Cayuga lake.
Acrobat finds it necessary at all times
to keep his muscles and joints supple.
That is tho reason that hundreds of
them keep a bottlo of Ballard's Snow
Liniment always on hand. A sure euro
for rheumatism, cuts, sprains, sore
throat, lamo back, contracted musclos,
corns, bunions and all pains, Prico 25c,
50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by Palaco
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Allen's Fnot-Kusc, tho antiseptic lodcr. It cures
painful, smarlluir, nervous fitt, and Instantly t'ikia
tuc ttlngout of coma and bunions. It's the greatest
comfort dlsco err of tho age. Allen's Vuot-Eaeo
makes tight or new Bhoes foel easy. It Is a certain
cure fornweatlnp, callous, swollen, tired, aching feet.
Aiwa) s ufo It to llreulc In New ebocs. Try It fo-day,
hold everywhere Ily mall lor 85 cts. In sump.
Don't accept any substitute. For HillE trial pack.
age, address AUcn S. Olmsted, Lc ltoy, N. V.
E3K "S . '
and ending May 31, 1011, whoso opening
meeting will be held with Mrs. V. F.
'lowlc, 539 East Mesquite street.
Yesterday marked tho .elosinc of
school work for this year, and the re
mainder of tho week will be spent in
picnics and outings by the different
teachers and their pupils.
Tho eighth grade, with their teachor,
A. L. Jones, will spend today at
Wheatflelds, while tho classes of " Kast
Globo school will walk out to somo
nearby spot for a few hours recreation.
On Saturday, Misses Allen and Hefley
will chaperon the sixth and seventh
grades in a picnic at Wheatflelds. A
pleasant time is anticipated by these
enorgotic boys and girls, who have
raised enough money for conveyances
and who promiso plenty of good things
Over Half Million Acres in
Arizona Restored Under
WASinNGTON, D. C, May 25. Ad
ditional areas in Wyoming and Utah
today wcro designated by the interior
department for disposition under tho
enlarged homostcad act.
An area of about 60G,66S acres in
central Arizona, withdrawn temporarily
in 1901, tor forest purposes, has been
restored to tho public doiriain by tho
intorior department. Tho land lies in
Yavapai and Maricopa counties.
All tho unappropriated lands on tho
restored tract will become subject to
homestead settlement August 7. Tho
unappropriated public lands in tho
areas recently eliminated from tho Gar
ccs national forest in Arizona, by pres
idential proclamation, will bo subject
to homestead settlement tho samo date.
Tho eliminations aro principally un-
.surveyed and embrace approximately
53,500 acres in Pima, Santa Cruz and
JOHNSON'S HEART IS
Sawbones Says We Would
. All Be Lucky If We Were
in His Shape
"SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 25.
Jack Johnson had a busy day in train
ing quarters today. In the morning ho
wns on tho road with his new specialist,
Tom Flanagan, and regular program
boxing was taken up in the afternoon.
Johnson also received his first physical
examination at tho hands of Dr. A. F.
Samps&n. Dr. Sampson tested Johnson's
heart and lungs before' ho commenced
gymnasium work and ngnin immediate
Ho refused to make a detailed state
ment, but Dr. Sampson said Johnson's
heart was magnificent, and that ho could
hardly detect any difference in tho
pulso beats between the two exanuna
"Ho is a wonderfully built man,"
said Dr. Sampson, "and wo would all
ue lucky it wo had hearts like his."
He boxed four rounds with Georgo
Cotton and then took on Boy Kenney. a
local heavyweight, for a round. Kenney
had a desire to become a member of
tho camp, but ono round knocked tho
notion out of his head. Then tho color
ed fighter finished up with three rounds
JEFF GOES FISHING
Big Boxer Works on Theory
That All Work and No
,Play Won't Do
BEN LOMOND, Cnl., May 25. Jim
Jeffries for tho past ten days has put
into practice the theory that "all work
and no play makes Jack a dull boy,"
nnd, working only ovcry other day,
spent tho day fishing fifteen miles from
camp and returned tonight with a limit
string of trout.
Jeffries said tonight that ho would bo
back at Ins old grind tomorrow morn
ing and expected to box ten rounds,
besides his other regulation routine
Friday will bo another day of rest
r-nd recreation for Jeffries and ho o
pects to leave Friday evening for San
Francisco, where he will give his public
There are some men who would rather
get a black eye than no sort of distinction.
NEW AREAS OF LAND
GRAND JURY FRDBES
PORTLAND, Ore., May 25. The
grand jury'today took up tho subject
of tho mysterious disappearance of Mrs.
Hanna Smith and will continue its in
vestigation tomorrow. Among those
who entered tho grand jury room dur
ing tho day were A. B. Chase and Mrs.
M. Boden. Chaso is a hcarso driver
in the employ of K. E. Ericson, the un
dertaker who tho district attorney's
office yesterday stated had amittcd hav
ing sent a "fake" telegram from Los
Angeles regarding Mrs. Smith's where
.Mrs. Boden acknowledged after they
left tho jury room that they had been
questioned concerning the Smith mys
tery. District Attorney Cameron stated to
night that he believes Ericson will ap
pear boforo the jury tomorrow and
make a voluntary statement.
Difficulties of Proposed
Aeroplane Route Become
ALBANY, N. Y., May 25. Glenn II.
Curtiss was strongly of tho opinion to
night that ho would attempt tomorrow
morning the aeroplane flight to New
Curtiss arrived here tonight from
Now York and it was raining hard.
His machine had been brought on from
Hammondsport and mechanics had been
working to assemble it all day, but Cur
tiss felt that ho ought to inspect it by
Further inspection today of the route
Curtiss must travel only served to ac
centuate its extraordinary difficulties.
At Poughkcepsie, Curtiss and hii
wife and Augustu's Post of tho Aero
Club of Amorica, spent four hours thij
afternoon scurrying about the country
side) in an automobile. First they tried
tho lawn in front of tho Hudson river
stato insano hospital.
''You might as well land here as
anywhere," said the superintendent
laughingly. "All of tho crazy people
land hero eventually."
Finally a space was found about
three miles south of Poughkcepsie,
reasonably smooth. It is by no means
an ideal landing, bu't is tho best that
can bo found.
Curtiss wou'ld maka no positive state
GIRLS GET I GDIN
Famous Ostrich Case in Cap
ital City Settled Out
PHOENIX, Ariz., May 25. A suit
was brought in the district cou'rt hero
last fall by Alma Y. Pearson, Jr., and
her sister against tho Pan-American Os
trich company fpr a judgment approx
imating $250,000, was settled today out
of court the plaintiffs receiving cash
and ostriches approximating $30,000 in
After the death of A. Y. Pearsons,
Sr.,;then the largest ostrich grower in
the country, his wifo transferred the
birds and property to his predecessors,
the Pan-American company. Last year
the children sued to recover on tho
ground (hat it was community property
and the transfer was irregular.
COAST CITY FISH
Charged with Violations of
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 25.
Indictments against twenty officials of
San Francisco wholesale fish dealing
dims comprising the so-called "fish
tuist" of this city, were rctti'rned by
the grand jury this evening.
The indictments aro results of an
investigation made into the business
methods of tho fish companies by Dis
trict Attorney Charles M. Fickeit and
charge tho heads and other officials of
tho several companies, in San Francisco,
with violations of the Cartwright auti
A. Paladini and the Western Fish
company are the two principal defen
dants. Judge Van Nostrand ordeied that tho
defendants furnish $300 bail each and
appear before him for arraignment to
4 Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever.
R, T. Felix Gouroud'o Oriental
Cream or Mogiool Booutlflor.
Remo7es Tan, rimplM,
irecklea. Moth Patches,
IUshf and bltln biases.
ana tvery Diemmi
od beaut?, and il
lies detection. It
has stood tiie test
ot 62 years, and
Is so liarmless ue
Is properly made.
Accept no counter
feit or slmlltr
name. Dr. L. A.
hacro said to a
lady cf the haut
ton (.. piUeht) l
" As you ladles
will use them.
KouviiiiiI'n Crenni' as the l"ast harmful of all the
ekln prcparallons.,, For sale by all druggists and I ancy.
Qoods Uealero In the United states, Canada and Europe.
FER0.T.H3PKIHS, Prop., 37 Creat Jones Street, Kewlforlt
p"! tT Ty yy
COMMANDER ROBERT E. PEARY IS
BEING HONORED BY ALL EUROPE
fiOYAL SOCIETY'SXLUB, BANQUET TO PEARV
m mnuAtc anav 'DortiinPMT crrAArtJAs:
uwrfy rrrti.'jkjyt i , '"rriza. J. Tl.'2'zr!' w
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' PHOTO. BY, AMERICAN
'BERLIN, May 23. Honors are being showered upon Commander Robert
E. Peary by the governments and societies of Europe. State dinners have
been in order, and, while the public demonstrations have not been so
marked as those given to Colonel Roosevelt, still Commander Peary has been
dined and feted by tho greatest men of Europe. His reception in London
will bo rivaled by the dinners to bo given him hero. In London tho dinner
given by tho Roynl Society's club was ono of the largest ever held in the club,
Lord Halsbury, Lord. Roberts and Lord Strathcona being among the. guests.
HIGH SCHOOL CLASS
Interesting Program Is Free
to the Public
fTho first graduating class of the
Globe high school will hold commence
ment exercises tonight at Dreamland
and will present a program that prom
ises to bo decidedly attractive.
In addition to the regular graduat
ing exercises, a two act farce, entitled
"Not a Man in the House," will bo
presented by tho members of the grad-'
uating class. This entertainment num
ber has been rehearsed for somo time
and promises to bo very amusing.
Tho entire program will be free and
open to tho general public. Tho exer
cises will commence at 8 o'clock.
MISS HARRIMAN TO
BE MARRIED TODAY
Will Wed Sculptor Quietly
at Little Church
NEW YORK, May 25. Miss Mary
Harriman, daughter of tho late E. II.
Harriman and heiress to part of ono of
America's greatest fortunes, will be
married tomorrow to Charles Cary Rum
sey, a sculptor, of Buffalo.
As the Harriman family still is in
mourning, tho ceremony in the little
Episcopal chapel, near the Harriman
mountain home, at Arden, will bo quiet.
Only the immediate family and eloscst
friends will bo present.
ON JOURNEY HOME
Concludes Honeymoon Visit
at Mexico City
MEXICO CITY, May 25. Mrs. Ruth
Bryan Lcavitt Owen, daughter of W.
J. Bryan and her husband, Lieutenant
R. A. Owen of tho English army, coih
eluded their two days' visit in this city
and left tonight for Vera Cruz, where
they will take a steamer for Havanna
tomorrow. They are on their wedding
journey, which will end in Jamaica,
where Lieutenant Owen is stationed.
RANKIN AS CHIEF
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., May 25. The
general assembly of tho United Pres
byterian church of North America
elected Rev. J. B. Rankin of Denver as
moderator at its opening meeting to
DRISCOLL FAILS TO
SHOW USUAL FORM
PHILADELPHIA, Pi, May 25.
Pal Moore of this city, had the better
of tho six-round fight with Jem Dris
eoll, the English featherweight champ
ion at tho National club tonight. Dris
coll seemed to have lost his former
speed and missed often.
MOMENTS OF COMPLETE BEST
When you have a moment to spare
from tho round of duties, relax men
tally and physically. Let every muscle
rest and the mind become as near blank
as possible. Tho majority of women
do not know how to relax. They keep
their muscles at tension all the time
and minds at the work point continu
ally when tho spare moment comes, in
stead of relaxing, which would mean
a real rest, tho average woman will
twirl her fingers or wriggle her feet.
When she sits in a chair she holds tight
to the arms. A little practice will
bring control of muscles and ability to.
profit by the slight opportunities for
Never hesitate about giving Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy to children. It
contains no opium or other narcotics
and can be given with implicit confi
dence. As a quick cure for coughs and
coldo to which children aro susceptible,
it is unsurpassed. Sold by all drug
i.T " ''-"IT"- r- ,
LATEST IN TUCSON
Germans Getting Ready to
A German Singing society for Tuc
son is the latest development along mus
ical lines. The society is already or
ganized, though it has not yet'recruit-
,ed the membership it desires.
The Pacific Coast Singing union, with
headquarters in Los Angeles, recent
ly made a proposition to back a German
Singing society in Tucson and attend
its opening performance. The proposi
tion was accepted and Mr. Meyer of
the. Rainier Bottling company, took
charge of tho organization. Eleven ac
tivo members have been enlisted, while
the many substantial German business
men of Tucson have been enrolled as
honorary and contributing members.
WILL FILE ON BIG
TRACT OF DOMAIN
Big Irrigation Project Is
Scented in Phoenix
Guarding carefully his movements,
and acting with as much secrecy as if
he was planning some gigantic coup,
even going so far as to declare that he
is here to "loaf," Howell Jones, land
commissioner for tho Santa Fe, is in
Phoenix and it is believed that ho will
filo scrip in tho land office for from
75,000 to 100,000 acres of tillablo land
in Navajo and Apacho counties.
Behind the presence in Phoenix of
Jones is said to lurk tho second largest
irrigation project in Arizona. that of
the Little Colorado valley, which for
years has been considered feasiblo by
experts, who have made examinations.
OFF FOR CAPITAL
Will Pull for Panama Show
at New Orleans
BATON ROUGE, La., May 25. In a
special train of fourteen coaches, bojjh
tho upper and lower houses of tho Lou
isiana general assembly started today
for Washington, where they go to press
the claims of New Orleans for tho Pan
ama exposition, to bo held in 1915. Tho
delegation is headed by Governor San
ders. At New Orleans the delegation was
joined by Mayor Behrman and a large
committee of citizens.
TO BUILD HOTEL
That no more time may bo lost in
getting the erection of another big
hotel for Phoenix started, the Adams
Hotel company filed atricles of incor
poration with County Recorder Leon
ard in Phoenix Monday, the incorpora
tors being Dr. RyW. Craig, Sims Ely,
Georgo M. Halm, Roy S. Goodrich and
Eugene Bradv O'Neill, t
On June 1 next tho first annual meet
ing of the stockholders will bo held for
the pu'rpose of electing a new board of
directors, out of which the officers will
be selected. They will serve for the
IN COSTUMES OF SPRING
All the soft silks promise to be im
menscly popular this spring and sunv
mer. Foulards nml sntin fntilfir.lc will
bo used for everything from morning
smrt-waist aresses to garden party
frocks and summer evening gowns.
Rough pongees and crepe Shantungs in
their natural colors or in moro pro
nounced shades of old-bluo and nine
thyst arc always smart and usefu'l. The
iwo-toned taffetas are verv inmOi tnllrml
about on tho other side, but they are
far from general over here. Change
able silk voiles, however, and glace
crepes of all kinds are going to have
quite a run if wo can judge by tho
shops and dressmaking establishments.
GLOBE HIGH SCHOOL
, Commencement Exercises
Awarding of Diplomas
.' Two-Act Farce
"NOT A MAN IN THE HOUSE"
By the Graduates
Music hy Dn mmond's Orchestra
Admission ' Free
There is a Reason Why
The Occidental Life Insurance
Company Has Met With the
Phenomenal Success It Has.
What the Governor of
Arizona said to the
Governor of New
1 'My acquaintance with the of
ficers of the Occidental Life In
surance Compauy, and such in
formation as I have been able to
get from an examination into its
affairs, have satisfied mo that it
is a most worthy institution, and
deserves the support and patron
age of the citizens of Arizona
and New Mexico. I particularly
like the policy of the company in
placing its loans and making its
investments in the section of the
country where it does business.
My faith in the company is evi
denced by the fact that I am a
policy' holder for a substantial
(Signed) RICHARD E. SLOAN.
THE CHARACTER OF THE MEN WHO CONSTITUTE THE
DIRECTORATE is sufficient to guarantee that the business of the Com
pany is being honestly and ably conducted, and the policy of the Com
pany of investing all its money in the Territories should appeal to
every local citizen of Arizona.
The Occidental Life Insurance Company is an old line legal reserve
company that is as strong, sound and reliable as any company doing
business in our territories. Then why should you not give it your sup
port? Thousands of dollars have been loaned to our people, and kept
in tho west, since the organization of tho Occidental; the agent of a for
eign company solicits your business to send YOUR MONEY out of the
country. He is employed by a foreign company, and bis interest in our
territories is correspondingly increased or decreased by tho amount of
his production for his foreign employers.
KEEP AT HOME the vast spms that have annually been sent out of
the country for life insurance for tho development of the new states
soon to be, Arizona and New Mexico.
Just what you have
been looking for
Nice modern house of five rooms, with front porch and screen
porch. Til is is a nobby, comfortable home and is situated in best por
tion of town on lot 50x100, commanding excellent view of entiro town
and mountains. Price $2,600 small payment down; balance on terms
New strictly modern bungalow of four rooms; electric lights; bath;
gas fire place, the cosiest, nobbiest little home in Globe; in best resi
dence portion of East Globe, excellent nicghborhood no shacks or
We also have some of the most desirablo lots left, ranging in price
from $100 to $1,500.
Globe Real Estate Office
F. L. TOOMBS, MGR.
What the Governor of
New Mexico said to
the Governor of
"I consider myself fortunate in
being a stock holder in .ie Occi
dental Life Insurance Company,
for I have bad some experience
as to the value of the stock in a
well-managed life insurance com
pany. "The real future of the com
pany is in all probability in the
hands of the executive commit
tee, and I am pleased to say they
could not, in my opinion, have
selected better men to manage
the company. I know them all,
and they are careful, honest and
"It seems to me that it is im
portant to tha welfare of our ter
ritory that the large sums of
money which aro annually paid in
premiums on life insurance pol
icies, and sent east, should be
kept at home, and invested in
Arizona and New Mexico. The
successful work already done by
the Occidental life Insurance
Company in securing such large
business during the first years of
its existence, makes me believe it
will accomplish this end."
(Signed) WILLIAM J. MILLS.
165 NO. BROAD