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-' W .mmEmlPMmsfMW 7ri v ova. e t -wf ,&,-' Tr . , - - !, Page Twelve Tfy " -$C -J- , i "- THE DAIEMVER BELT '&&? '- Sunday; February 13, 10io Mm 10 ASSIST Willi IffiSIIG Wrote Letter to Government ' Offering Help and De ploring Crimes NEW YORK, February 12. Tho let tor which tho Into H. O. Havoine-yer, then president of tho American Sugar IJofining company, wroto to Secretary of tho Trensury Cortolyoi, offering the bcrvic.es of his company in tho govern ment's investigation, today was admit ted as ovidonco in tho trial of Clinrles. . Hoike, secretary of the company. Hoiko made a special plea to the charges of conspiracy to underweigh sugar, claiming amnesty because lie tes tified bofore tho grand jury regarding matters covered in tho indictment against him. The letter, in substance, said tho American Sugar Refining company had just learned of the charges and that evidence had been discovered and that tho government was investigating. "Tho government cannot bo more anxious to got at tho truth than is tho company, the letter Tead. Then it went On with an offer of tho books and records, and every assistance in tho investigation, because "there ' was no desire to .shield any employe who might bo found guilty of doing wrong. ' ii'Af It was said furtlicr that tho com pany was ready to co-opcrato with tho government investigation into tho al leged fuwK In any event the com pany, it was stated, proposed to con duct an investigation on its own part and promised that the results would be as full a revelation of the truth as tho government could find itself. BROUGHT IN WOMEN wero arrested. Tho two, who today claimed to bo man and wife, wore ap prehended by Deputy Immigration In spector Nnrdini. It is nlleged tho man lias been making periodical trips to Bel gium, bringing back each tinio as his wife a woman of that country, who ho sold to white slavery in this country. Bonds wero fixed at $1,000 each, which they woio unablo to secure. It is said that soven moro warrant for persons nllegod to bo engaged in tho trnllte in this district are in tho hands of tho immigration authorities. ENGLISH Iff JOIN INISEARGH FOO SOUTH POLE Peaiy and Scott in Corres pondence Eegarding Expedition i Such Is Charge Against Man Arrested for White Slav ery Yesterday LOS ANGELES, February 12. As tho result of the government's efforts to put an end to tho white slave traffic, Matilda Famo and J. C. Baetman, na tives of Belgium, who liavo been con ducting the Hotel Brabant in this city, LONDON, February 12. Co-operation in certain directions between American and British Antarctic expedi tions it suggested in tho correspondonco of l'eary and Captain Robert Scott, given out tonight. Writing .lanuary 21, l'eary said: "I believe with vou it would add in terest and valuo to both expeditions if the two branches of .nglo-Saxons were striving siinultanouosly from opposite points of tho - ntnrctic penpaery for a share of the glory and scientific in formation awaiting the fortunate work ers in that region." Replying February 9, Scott, at tho head of tho British "expedition, said ho was eagerly anticipating Peary's visit to Londou, adding: "Wo hopo to get usoful advice from the most experienced polar traveler." With reference to tho American ex pedition, Scott said: I think it advisablo that there should bo eo-operation between tho ex peditions in matters of meteorology and magnetism." In an interview Scott said: "The Americans have tho longOT route, but possibly tho easier one, as there are indications of n gradual slopo irom Weddell Sea to tho pole. The main difficulty will be to find a suit- iiblo wintering spot on Coates Land." UNION SECRETARY GONE WITH FUNDS GRASS VALLEY, Cal., Fobniary 12. A warrant charging Martin Wallace, miss-iug secretary-treasurer of tho Call "omia State Miner' .Union No. 2 with e:i bezzlemont, was issued hero today lie i"sappeared seno limo ago, taking thp l-oohs of tho ui'ion with him. and :t u ic eved ho has gone to Africa or nst alia. I L REPORT OF Mil CLERK ISSUED Much Information for Citi zen Contained in Hand some Booklet ' Information to tho taxpayers and to the general public as well is dispensed in tho proverbial nutsholl, in an annual report of tho clerk of Gila county board of supervisors, which has just been issued from data compiled by Clork J. W. Wentworth of tho county board. This booklet, an nttractivo twenty page publication from tho Silvor Belt press, is brim full of vnluablo infor mation from cover to cover. Not only does it contain tho reports of all of tho county otlicers who handle funds during the year, but additional data as woll is furnished. Hero are soiiio of tho articlcsvof infor-" mation dispensed by tho publication: Financial condition of Gila county for 1009, tax rate for 1909, report of tho county treasurer showing debts and credits for tho year, treasurer's report of moneys on hand at tho cud of the year, report of tho recorder's oflico for tho year, county licenses recoived by tho sheriff for tJio year, claims allowed by tho board of supervisors for tho dif ferent count' offices for tho year, show ing the expenses of tho county for the year, school tax receipts, school statis tics, list of road overseers and justices of the peace, list of county oflicials and miscellaneous information, concern ing tho awarding of county contracts, payment of bounties, etc. Compared with similar publications which have been issued by other coun ties in tho territory, Mr. Wentworth 's report is moro than favorable, both as to tho data supplied and in tho manner in which the publication i3 edited and arranged. Within tho next few days, copies of this report will bo mailed to every tax payer in tho county. nn Arriva j Our new SPRING STOCK is arriving daily and we have some of the finest lines of Spring and Summer goods that have ever been offered to Globe buyers. GLOBE MASONS AT TUCSON THIS WEEK Tho Masonic Grand lodgo register at Tucson shows as visitors from tins vicinity and tho valley J. Weinberger, L. G. MoyerLeroy Middleton, E. ('. Brooks and G. M. Meyers, of Globe, Al Ian Kirschbaum of Minmi, F. T. Peter son of Safford. and Thomas S. Bunch of Solomonville. At tho election of officers for the Grand lodge, Judge T. S. Bunch of Sol omonvillo was chosen for tho oflico of (grand senior warden. In the Royal Arch Masons this city is represented, L-. G. Moyer having been elected as grand master of tho third veil. French Zephyrs S V Applique Swiss 35c the yard 11 Pretty Patterns and Shades ,T, , . . Newest out "Idealean" Flannel t 30c yard For waist and skirting ' Dainty stripes . . . . . . Silk Mull , 25c the yard UuATPh In aU shades and Patterns Heavy Linon Suiting llnlUll Riised-Stripe Allover Novelty Lace $1.00 the yard " flUR $1.50 up "Linenwear" UuK Blndtato MaWh White Suiting - UU" n j m. 25c and 35c the yard ...... Ready-to-Wear Veiling J 111 II Beautiful Shades "Indian Head" Suiting Will" 35c to $L75 White Navy and Pink " Roelof and stetson Hats 25c the yard nflUfP $3.50 and $5.00 Natural and White Linons 1 1 1 1 W !l Men's Phoenix Silk Hose for Suiting UUIIU Only 50c 25c and up Mayer's Solid Sole Shoes . Sunburst Lining 40c $3.00 to $5.00 Suiting Crash y Packard Oxfords $4.00 to $5.00 25c to 40c N Stetson Oxfords to arrive, $6.00 Agents for PICTORIAL PATTERNS 10 and 15c See . I JL Our Jill I I dows anB rother "THE STORE OF QUALITY" SSee Our I 1 Have Your f immmvr -w -w- , .. 1 Have Your U tjSfel How About Your . -MILLINERY & I I &i' &'J w'' yOfl TSv fej ;: Jjft7 fc "VtoWL v y fc-ir Xw ran i Am'Mmm - Mini WwSm : J" ?C ! I How About Yoisr prmg Suit ? " That is the all important question with MAN today. If you are wonder ing where to go to get the LATEST SPRING STYLE, SHADE OR SHAPE. We can put you right. This store is the home of Hart Scliaffoer & Marx That in itself spejls what you want. The greys are very prominent this spring and we have a beautiful as sortment for you to choose from. They will please you and you are sure to be satisfied if you get your Spring and ' Easter Suit at Brown's. Shoes! SKoes! Our Spring Oxfords are here. "We carry the Edwin Clapp and Walk over Shoes and have all the Spring Styles. See them. In the Millinery world this Spring, flower trimming is in the as cendency. Hats abundantly adorned with-flowers will be im mensely popular and largely in evidence. The dominant Spring Styles in shapes are broad rimmed leghorns and tricornes of Milan with turned up fronts and backs. We are showing these styles in every conceivable shape and straw chips, novelty braids and swell new rough braids. It is always a pleasure to have you visit our parlors. ' miwmi Mmk lormsf uresses IP. Jg Women's Suits and Dresses A Delightful Early Showing of Spring Styles This means the new Suits and Dresses have arrived. V a few styles, mind 3-011, but a splendid representative displa . The fabrics, the shades, each contributes some unusual charm. Y"U will know them as Suits and Dresses from best designers fan ned so carefully, so harmonious and refreshing in effect, iMfr ent, to be true, but enjoying this exclusiveness not at the else df good taste and refinement. BROWN Our Easter Announcement Later BROWN (BCTS"" jSS&S&