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Page Twelve
Thursday, February 10, jg,.!
Stray Topics from
Little Old New York
NEW YORK, February 0. Tho Jew
ish charity orgumzatious of New York
have shown considerable iiulepondoneo
of opiuion by declining a bequest of
ouo million dollars mado dependent up
on the condition that thoy should form
one largo central organization control
ling and managing the collection and
distribution of charity funds for the
various Jewish charitablo institutions.
Representatives of the principal organ
izations met and, nftor careful and ser
ious consideration of tho centralization
plan submitted to them, rejected tho
Mime, thus giving up thoir claim to tho
million dollars which tho late Louis A
Roinsheimer willed to a federation of
tho six largest Jewish organizations,
provided one should bo formed within
n reasonable time. Tho plan of central
izing tho Jowish charity Avork was con
sidered unfcasiblo and disadvantageous
to tho various institutions. It Is a well
known and acknowledged fact that tho
Jews take excellent care of their poor
and that thoir charitable institutions
nro models in their equipment and man
agement. It was feared that tho cent
ralization plan -would interfere with
tho efficient management of tho institu
tions and, rather than sacriflco this ef
ficiency tho representatives of tho six
institutions decided to give up tho mil
lion. , tHcrotofore tho shoo dealers in this
City, or at least a great many of them,
made it a practico to maintain stands
in their stores whero customers could
liavo thoir shoes shined free of cost.
The pnviiego was abused, however, by
many men not customers of the respec
tive dealers and tho trontedous increase
lf freo shines finally became a burden
to the dealers. Ono dealer has con
ceived of a clovor plan which promis3
to find many imitators. Every one has
to pay five cents for a shino under the
jiow rule, but ho receives in return a
2laim check for tho nickel, whieh he
can apply at faco vnluo when purchas
ing a pair of shoes. Suposing that a
man has three ""shines" a week, it
will take him only twenty to thirty
weoks to accumulate enough claim
checks to pay for a new pair of shoes.
Begging on tho -public streets seoms
to bo a profitable business. A woman
who had been begging in tho streets
of the lower businoss district of this
city for more than .twenty years was ar
rested tho other day upon tho com
nlnint nf a nrobafion oflicer. It was
shown that tho yoman, who claimed toj
bo destitute, lived wi$i a strong and'
healthy husband and hcr'scven children
in a handsomo cottage, owned by her,
in Roselle, N. J. Her husband worked
overj" day and earned good wages, and
tho family not only owned their liuuso
and lot, but had cows and chickens and
overy ono of tho sovon childron had its
individual bank account.
Rather than go to church throe times
a day, sing in -the choir and attoud other
religious services during tho wook, tho
pon of a retired clergyman at Ridge
wood decided to enlist in tho army. The
young man, who is only nineteen years
old, but stands six feet two inches in
his stocking feet, does not scorn to hnvo
inhoritcd much of the religious spirit
which prompted his fathor in selecting
a career. So little did ho caro -for ro
ligion that his piousvfather was horrified
and brought him boforo a magistrato
as "incorrigible." The young giant
explained tho circumstances to tho mag
istrnto and expressed such a decided
preforenco for a military career, that
his fathor finally consented to his en
listmcut. Just about this time of tho year
tho oflieo of the tax commissioners of
Now York can furnish plentiful umtvr
ialfor humorists who wish to study hu
man jiaturo at close range. Usually
largo crowds of men and women may bo
found in tho ollice-of tho tax conimis.
jiouersi, nombleit thero for tho purpofo
f "swearing off" personal taxes ns
wsicd against them. More lies are
nvorr. to in ono day in that ouieo than
in all tho courts in Now York in. ouo
week. A rather unusua1 incident oc
curred tho other day, whoa a man ob
jected to tho assessment against him
and stnted that his only assets consist
ed of $5,000 in city bonds winch he was
holding as trustee. "When Presidont
Purdy asked him for whom he was hold
ing the bonds, in trust, ho was rather
startled when tho man answered, "For
a dog during his life." An investiga
tion showed Hint a wealthy woman had
left $j,000 in bonds, to bo held in trust
for her pot dog, tho interest to bo
used for his maintenance during life
and, eventually" a decont burial.
A somewhat unusual advertisement
which recently appeared in soveral New
York papers led to tho disclosure of
facts which show how reckless somo
girls nro in spending their parents'
money on finery. In tho advertisement,
a wealthy woman, living in Newark,
warned -all merchants that sho would
not bo responsible for any debts con
tracted by her daughter. It appears
that tho daughter referred to in the ad
vertisement is a handsomo and gay so
ciety girl of Nowark, has a perfectly
abnormal penchant for ,silk hosiery of
the most fascinating and expensive
kind. Not only was she in the habit
af indulging in her hobby to tho full
extent of her pin money allowance, but
wlicn tho latter was exhausted, sho
did not hesitate to purchase more stock
ings and have them charged to her
mother. Remonstrances and energetic
protests were futiloTind ns a last resort
tho jnothor had tho advortisomont men
tioned inserted in tho papors. It is re
ported that the silk-stocking-mad young
lady has a terrible "grouch" and has
cancelled all her social engagements
nt least for a while It is oxpeeted that
sho will sodn chango her mind and ap
pear with now silk hoso, more fasci
nating than any sho has over had be
fore. Quito rccontly a number df literary
nnd linguistic oxports hnvo broken
lances in dofonso of tho use of "slang"
and have even gono to tho oxtont of
advocating its use as shortcuts to clear
ness of cxprdssion. That may bo so
from tho viewpoint of thoso lcarnod
gontlemon. But it cannot bo deniod
that slang hns its dangers. This is il
lustrated by a caso which happoned tho
other day. A policeman along tho wa
terfront saw an old man with a covered
basket on hid arm coming from ono of
tho docks and, considering tho man's
movements suspicious, stopped him and
inquired what ho had in his basket.
'Rats," answered the old man and tho
'policeman considering this answer n9
insulting to his dignity, arrested tho I
man. When tho caso camo up bcioro
tho polico court, tho magistrato also
asked tho prisonor what his baskot con-
tnitiml Rnlo vnnc tinnnr. " nnHirorPfl
tho man, "whito rats, which I bought,
from ono of tho sailors." jheeulcss to
say liq was discharged.
Animals Fear Flyers
"Whon Zeppelin III mado the fligUtj
iron) .wussuiuorx iu i.sun just iiiuiiiu
it was observed that horses and cattle
ran wildly about tho meadows as it
approached, and sheep crowded with
loud bleatings nround thoir shephord.
From these fncts Count Zeppelin con
cludes that the employment of airships
of whatovcr type will have n disastrous
effect on furred and feathered game.
AH animals show fenr at their approach,
partridges, quail and other game birds
cower and hide themselves, and do
mestic cocks utter warning crows as if
they perceived somo gigantic bird of
prey. Van Honken, the Swedish aero
naut, when at n moderate height,
watched elk, foxes, hares and other ani
mnls tako to flight, nnd dogs rushed
howling into tho house. Deutscho
Seo tho now offices for rent on 2nd
floor new Amstor building.
bo to Aviation meet via Globe-Kelvin
Stngo line. Hound trip $13.90.
The Adams' Confectionory aro making
reductions of 10c to 25a on all candies.
Seo tho new offices for rent on 2nd
floor new Amstor buildiug.
A Shaking Up
May all be very well so far ns the
trusts nro concerned, but not when it
comes to chills and fever and malaria.
Quit the quinino and take a real cure
Ballard's Ilerbine. Contains no harm
ful druers and is as certain ns tnxea.
klf it doesn't cure you got your money
nacK. som by raJaco Pharmack.
A Business Opportunity
Will sell for $10,000 Cash
200 acres good grazing land under fence, located
. within one mile of the city of Globe, Arizona.
65 fine milk cows - 3 head good horses
1 five-room fame house 2 large barns
1 one-room brick house 75 chickens
2 delivery wagons, in best condition
Windmill 2-h p boiler
2-h p gasoline engine and boiler house
The City of
Globe, Arizona,
has been called "Tho Queen
of tho Gila." It is located
among tho foothills of tho
Pinal Mountains, within 100
miles of tho Fertile Giia Val
ley. This valley la ono of tho
most fertile in tho West. Tho
population of "Globo is csti-.
mated at 16,000, with a
monily payroll of about
$300,000 to bo divided among
about 3,500 families. No oth
Nor city in tho entire West af
fords tho Business Opportune
ties today as does Globo, Arizona.
This offer is undoubtedly the greatest bargain
ever offered in Arizona and holds good for 60 days
ONLY. For any further information address
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This gtore has always had the reputation of carrying nothing but the BEST and when we offer our stock at reduced prices it means that
you are getting Bargains on the best class of merchandise in Globe. A careful study of the prices quoted below will convince you that we
have what you want. PRESIDENT SUSPENDERS 40c. A PAIR. ALL OTHER 50c. SUSPENDERS ONLY 25c. .Don't Miss This Chance!
g!Urft!i,WJckwlrc Os
Men's Suits
Alt Of f
Best class of men's clothing ever offered
on sale in this city. They are in blacks,
and blues, and include a sample line of our
new Spring Patterns.
Regular $35.00 suits now $23.35
Regular $30.00 suits now ". $20.00
Regular $25.00 suits now $16.70
Regular $20.00 suits now $13.70
Regular $18.00 suits now $12.00
Regular $15.00 suits now .$9.95
Men's Trousers
We have some excellent values and a
large assortment to choose from, '.
Regular $3.50 trousers : $2.65
Regular $-1.00 trousers $3.00
Regular $5.00 trousers $.75
Regular $6.00 trousers $4.50
Regular $7.00 trousers $5.25
Men's Hats
iWe have 300 new Spring Hats
Tiger Special andRoelofs; reg
ular $3.50 and $4.00 values,
your choice :. $2.45
Men's Hosiery
We have the most
complete line of men's
hosiery in the city and
we are offering them
at greaty reduced
prices. Regular 35c
and 50c values, your
choice 25c
Regular 75c and $1.00
values, your choice 45c
Men's Underwear
Silk lisle $6.00 values $4.50
French silk ribbed $5.50 val-
' ucs $4.15
Men's all wool 354.00 values..$3.00
Men's all wool $2.50 values..$1.90
100 suits cotton ribbed, regular
$1.00 and $1.25 values, now
the suit 75c
We have two lots of
bor's Knickerbocker j)ants
100 pair worth $1.25 and
$1.50, your choice 95c
100 pair worth 75c and
$1.00, your choice 55c
Boys' cotton ribbed under
wear, regular $1.00 values
now 50c
Boys' cotton ribbed union
suits, regular $1.25 values
uow 85c .
"Mothers' Friend" waists
regular 50c, 65c, 75c and
$1.00 values, your choice,
while they last 40c
200 boys' hats, regular
$1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 val
ues, choice 75c
100 children's caps, worth
50c and 75c, choice 25c
These suits run ii near
ly all the sizes from ' vcars
up and Ave can pos ivelj
assure vou that no -utter
grade of boys' su
ever been offered
city of Globe.
Reg. $8.00 suits..
Reg. $6.00 suits
Reg. $5.00 suits .
Keg. $4.00 suits
We have one lot 'ipR
shirts left. Regu
and $1.00 , value - toot
choice 40c
s ha
n tk?
Men's Shirts
200 men's flannel shirts. Reg
ular $1.75, $2.00 and $2.50
values, your choice $1.45
300 Wilson Brothers' dress
shirts. Regular $2.00 and
$2.50 values $1.35
200 negligee shirts. Regular
$1.25 to $2"00 values, your
choice 95c
100 odd vests which were
taken from suits which
originally sold for $25.00,
$30.00 and $35.00. Your
choice ; $1.00
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50 fancy vests, regular
$2.50, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00
vano $6.0011108 .... OFF
Here they are
We have 500 pairs of -men's
shoes in broken,
lines which offer ex
, cellent bargains. Val
ues 1'anfclng fronl '
$3.50 to $6.00, yoiii'
choice $2.95
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