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Sunday, February 20, 1910.
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Pago Eleven In Walking Distance of Where You Live WANTED WANTED Position by government in terpreter, formerly nt Guaymas; 17 languages. Address S. Kole, caro Sil ver Belt. SITUATION WANTED By compotent colored man as a first-class meat and pastry cook for boardiug apartmcut or hotel. Address II. M., Postofllco Box 1120. WANTED Miss U. Bledsoe, stenog rapher, room 38 Trust building, so licits legal and commercial work. WANTED Pupils for piano and organ instruction. Lessons reasonable. W. II. Toy, 453 North High. WANTED Confinement cases by prac tical nurso. Best of references. 327 South First street or P." O. Box 2056. WANTED Reliablo, competent, mid dlo aged whito woman for housekeep er in small family. Address D. D. D., Silver Belt. WANTED Dining room girl at Moun tain View restaurant, North Globe, i ' WANTED Fivo to six men for pri vate board. 335 S. Sutherland. WANTED Dining room girl nt Amer ican Parlor restaurant, opposite Parks "Bros. Meat .Market, North Broad street. I WANTOD-To buy .a light team. Ad dress Box 20S, City. WANTED Position ns genoral offlco assistant. Bookkeenini? and tvnowrit- ing. References furnished. Addrossj Box AZ, enro of Silvor Belt. WANTED Position by experienced lady clerk. Understands Spanish. Address Box C. D., car eof Silver Belt. FOR SALE FOB SALE-AFino patent leather iol lar fotwhorso. Eighteen inch. Prac tically now. Seo Hlcnor at Silver Belt office. WOMAN TALKED TO DEATH BY FRIENDS Freak Legend on Tombstone ' of Illinois Woman CARLYLE, III., February 19. This county is entitled to a place in tho freak" tombstono hall of famo of tho country. A modest stono slab marks tho gravo in the Pritchctt cemetery, in the north eastern part of tho county, which con voys .the information that tho person buried thero was "talked to death by friends." The wifo of Thomas Phillips, who lived in that community years ago, was, it is understood, not an expert house keeper. Womon neighbors insisted upon advising hor as to her domestic , duties, adding little pointers on how she should treat her husband. . This was not appreciated by her hus band. When sho died ho declared that thoso unsought lectures had much to do with her death, hence tho inscription on the stono that marks her grave. HELD IN MEXICO ON CHARGE OF BIGAMY Case Not Bailable and Sus pect Held in Jail' MEXICO CITY, February 19. George Bobbins, a mining man, said to be well known in California and Ari zona, is in custody awaiting extradition on the charge of bigamy. Robbins was arrested at the request of tho Amoricany embassy, said to havo been made at tho instanco of tho Cali fornia authorities. Robbins and his brido camo a week ago. Ho is alleged to havo another wifo in California, which ho denies. Tho charge against Robbins is not bail ablo under tho Mexicnn law, anil ho will bo held until tho papers arrive. LABOR NOTES- Blacksmiths of Toronto, Canada, re cently formed a union. Shoo workers of Arroyo, Porto Rico, have formed a union. Plans have been formed for organ izing all labor in Santurco and San Ju an, Porto Rico. Tho Machinists' union in Milwaukee has gained moro than ono hundred mem bers since August. Tho Printing Pressmen and Assis tants' union has endorsed the proposi tion to establish a home for consump tives. Efforts are being made to form an or ganization of car men at Portland, Me., to be affiliated with tho Brotherhood of Bnilroad Car Men of Americn. Successful efforts havo been mndo to organize new locals of tho Bridgo and Structural Iron Workers of America at Lincoln, Neb., and Dcs Moines, Iowa. Robert J. Clocking of Toronto, Ont., president ot the International Brother hood of Bookbinders, reports tho organi zation in a highly prosperous condition. Tho independent labor party at Tor onto, Canada, is conducting an organi zation campaign which, according to its officers, will bo in splendid shape to take part in tho next municipal cam paign. Tho directors of tho Lincoln, Neb., Labor Tcmplo association have closed a deal for tho purchaso of a two-story brick building on a lot fifty by one hundred feet. Tho purchase prico was $18,000 on reasonable terms. It has been decided recently that tho Massachusetts legislature bo petitioned ONE CENT A WORD PER ISSUE FOR SALE FOB SALE Fifty foot frontago on Broad street at corner of Cedar. Property recently vacated" by the Silver Belt. Acknowledged to bo tho best business corner in Globe. Low price if sold in the next CO days. Apply at Silver Bolt business office. FOR SALE 1910 Buick Whito Streak auto. Inquiro Keegan's saloon. FOR SALE New Unacrwood type writer at one-third less than price charged by regular dealer. Address P.. 0. Box 2S2. FOB SALE Furnituro three room houso; house for runt. 175 East Mes quite. FOR SALE Good milk cow. Apply 255 North Second. FOR SALE Six-burner gas range Suitablo for restaurant. Apply at Banker's Garden. FOR SALE Furn.uro of ten room lodging houso. 157 South Broad. FOR SALE Twenty-fivo shares Ari zona Mutual Savings & Loan associa- tion stock, part paid. Good invest ment. Will sell at bargain. Call -132 S. High St., or address Box 872. to enact a law fixing tho minimum wage at $2.25 a day for nil stato laborers, and particularly for thoso employed by tho water, sower and park brfards. A statowido and active campaign to secure the passago of an employers' lia bility law in Illinois,. similar to tho one which has received tho endorsement of many officials of the American Federa tion of Labor will soon bo in full gjving. Tho sailors' union of the Pacific, which has already donated $13,000 to the striking sailors of tho Great Lakes, has voted to donate $20,000, which may bo drawn in ono sum or in such sums ns tho strike committeo may" see fit to draw. It is estimated by competent experts that about two thousand operatives in all havo gone out on strike in Fall RivoA, Fitchburg, Fisherville, North Adam's and at several other points in Massachusetts because of a reduction in wages caused by tho now fifty-six-hour law. In the referendum voto for general secretary of tho Journeymen Tailors' union of America, John B. Lcnnon, of Bloomington, who has held tho position for twenty-thrco years, was defeated by E. J. Brais of Cleveland. Lennon attributes his defeat to his persistent activity against saoons. According to tho bureau of vital sta tistics of tho United States government, American bakers and confectioners havn a. death rate duo to consumption of 250.1 per 100,000. Tho denth rato from pneumonia amounts to 117.4 per 100,- uuu. i-rom tneso two causes, uoth growing out of their occupation, their death rato is 367.5 per 100,000. Tho averago death rato among all people is 110 per 100,000. Tho Adams' Confectionery aro selling all their candies at 10c to 25c pelb. reductions. Buy now. For Overrating and Drinking Noth ing on Earth cleans you out liko The Tuna Bitters, naturally easily. No upset, sick feeling. Palaco Pharmacy. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS February 15, 1910. TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE GIBSON COPPER CO.: Notico is hereby given that the an nual meeting of Stockholders of the Gibson Copper Co. will bo held at the offico oft ho Company in tho Trust Building, City of Globe, County of Gi la, Territory of Arizona, on the 2nd dny of March, 1910, at tho hour of two o'clock, P. M. of said date. S. L. GIBSON, T. F. TOWLE, President. Secretary. If troubled with Indigestion, consti pation, no appctito or feel bilious, give Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lots a trial and you will bo pleased with tho result. These tablets invigorate tho stomach and Jiver and strengthen tho digestion. Sold by all druggists. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS CITY OF GLOBE Resolution No. 53 . WHEREAS, a general City Election will bo held in tho City of Globo on Monday, tho 23rd day of May, 1910, for tho election of a Mayor, Members of tho Common Council from each ward of said City, and other clectivo officers of said City; and, WHEREAS, a general Citv Primary will bo called for tho nomination of such officers, to bo held on the 23rd day of April, 1910, agreeable to the provisions of Chapter 21 of the Laws YOU MAY frequently find a "want ad. opportunity" really worth looking into. A few "want ad. walks" about your neighborhood or about the city may be healthful and profitable to you. Once in a while you may be "too late" or the thing of fered may not quite appeal to you but the same sort of experience awaits you in all other business affairs. The point is: YOU ARE PROBABLY TAKING- IT FOR GRANTED THAT IT WILL NOT PAY YOU TO ANSWER WANT ADS. Instead of doing that, TEST THE MATTER AS FAIRLY AS YOU WOULD ANY OTHER BUSINESS PROPOSITION. And which is important do not wait time" to BEGIN THE EXPERIMENT. FOR SALE FOR SALE Immediately, G lots in plot of ten, four being already sold. Blake street off Miami road. Call May Biggs, 'Phono 801. FOR SALE NUMBER TOUR HOUSE Houso numbors for sale at tho Sil ver Belt office nice, nickel plated ones; what you need to number your houso attractively, for 50 cents. Come and get them while they last. FOR SALE Fruit, shade or ornamental trees. Seo Bell, tho trco man. 005 E. Second. FOR SALE Modern bungalow at 355 South First street', East Globo; six rooms and bath. Also servants build ing at back end of lot. Level lot and fenced. Cash or terms. Address N. O. Lawton, Miami. Phono 1552. FOR SALE Old papers in packages of 100, 25c, at Silver Bejt office. FOR ..SALE House and three lots, cor ner of Fourth and Cline, East Globe. $700 cash. FOR SALE Ono good No. 8 cook stove. Call -morning, No. 417 Easti l edar, corner Devereaux. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. of Arizona, approved March 10th, 1909; and, WHEREAS,, under tho provisions of Chapter 13 of the Laws .of Arizona, which became a law on tho lOtJi day of March, 1909, prescribing the quali fications of electors, and providing for their registration a re-registration of electors residing in said City is neces sary to be had prior to said election. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that a re-registration of all electors re siding within the City of Globo be and the samo is hereby ordered and directed, such re-registration to begin as soon hereafter as may be, and not,latcr than ten days from and after this date, and to continue until the 13th day of May, 1910. y Every malo citizen of tho United States, and every male citizen of Mex ico who shall have elected to become a citizen of the United States undor tho Treaty of 'Peaco exchanged and rat ified at Querctero on the 30th day of May, 1848, and tho Gadsden Treaty of 1854, of tho vago of twenty-ono years who shall have been1 a resident of the .Territory of Arizona for one year, and of tho City of Globe and of tho Ward in which ho claims his voto for thirty days next preepding said 23rd, -day of May, 1910, and who, not being prevent ed by physical disability from so doing, is ablo to read tho Constitution of the' United States in the English language in such manner as to show that he is neither prompted nor reciting from memory, and is able to write his o'wn name, and who is not an idiot, an in sane person, or a person convicted of a felony, is a qualified elector in said City, and is entitled to registration therein in accordance with tho ordi nances of said City and the laws of Arizona. The City Clerk of tho City of Globe is hor.cby designated as the Registration officer of said City to have charge of and conduct said registration, and thoro shall also bo appointed and designated such additional registration officers of said City as the Common Council there of shall from timo to time deem it nec essary and proper to appoint, and tho placo of registration shall bo at the City Clerk's office, and at such oilier places as tho Council may see fit here after to designate. All qualified electors may register at said Clerk's offico, or at such other places as tho Council may designate, by making ailidavit in writing uelore said Clerk, or before such registration officer, wherein must bo stated and shown every fact entitling such per son to registration, and also the facts required to uo stated on tno great reg ister (except tho date and number), but no person shall bo registered who is not ablo to read the Constitution of tho United States as above and to sign his own name; and each elector registering shall be entitled to and snail upon de mand rcceivo a certificate of registra tion from tho officer registering him. Onlv tho names of person's registered prior to tho 13th day of April, 1910, shall bo entered on me pou nsis uscu ai the Primary Election of April 23rd; and persons offering to voto at said primary shall not bo permitted to voto thereat unless their names appear on said poll lists, or unless upon production of a certificate or registration snowing reg istration by them in said City prior to their offering to voto on tho day of said primary and subsequent to the date of tho passago ot tins resolution. Tho City Clerk of tho City of Globo is hereby directed to publish a copy of this resolution for ten days in tho Ari zona Daily Silver Belt as soon after the passage and adoption hereof as copy can be prepared for publication, and not later than ten days from this date; and alto to publish a copy hcreoi in said ONE CENT A WORD PER ISSUE until ( some LOST AND FOUND FOUND D. of P. enameled gold pin. Owner may have same by paying for this ad. at Silver Belt office. STRAYED From Miami, bay pony with saddle, branded SA. "Return to P. A. Savage at Bellevuo and receive reward. FOUND Pair eyo glasses. Owner call at Silver Belt, prove property and pay for this advertisement. LOST By a newsboy, silver watch and gold chain. Finder plcaso leave at tho Silver Belt office. LOST Between tho Palace rooming house and Bankers' Garden, or stolen from. Room 31, PinaLWash, a broad gold bracelet. Initials inside brace let "Q. N. II. to S. M. C. 11-17-'OS." Return to Silver Belt and receive re ward. LOST Two dogs. English bull and Airedale terrier. Return to J. N. Purdum, 010 E. Cottonwood and re eeivo reward. FOR RENT FOR RENT Barber sIiod. first-class fixtures, located in the Cpbb Bldg. Also furnished rooms by day or month. Address Cobb Bros., Miami, Arizona. FOR RENT Store room occupied by Ingram & Co. Apply on premises. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS newspaper for thirty days next prior to iiiu uuiu ui. uuiu guiimui vny Election to bo held on said May 23rd, 1910. Passed and adopted this February 10th A. D., 1910. ALFRED KINNEY, Attest: Mavor. JAS. II. WELCH, City Clerk. First publication Febru.ry IS, 1910. NOTICE UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, AT PHOENIX, ARIZONA, Decemher 22 inflfl SERIAL NO. 07774. NOTICE is herehv irivnn thnt TTnmn. ton D. Ewing, of Yonkers, County of wesicnester, atato or xmcw York, by B. Britton Gottsberger, of Miami, coun ty of Gila, Territory of Arizona, Attor ney in Fact, has filed in this office his application to select, under the provisions of the Act of Congress, approved March 4, 1907, (34 Stats. 1408) the following described land: NE SWVi Sec. 19. T. 1-N.. R. 15-E., G. & S. R. B. & M. Anv nntl nil nnranna rt1n!mi'nr nlnAren. ly the lands described, br desiring to object because of tho mineral character of the land, or for any other reason, to tno disposal to applicant, should filo their affidavits of protest in this office on or before tho 31st dav of Jan uary, 1910. FRANK. 11. PARKER, Register. First published D"c. 29. NOTICE PHOENIX, ARIZONA, LAND OFFICE, .December xs, iuuu. SERIAL NO. 07773. NOTICE is hereby given that namp ton D. Ewing, of Yonkers. County of Westchester, Stato of New York, by a. antton uottsoerger, Attorney, in Fact, whose .Fostollico address is Mi ami. County of Gila, Territory of Ari zona, has filed in this office his appli cation to select, under tho provisions or tho Act ot congress, approved March 4, 1907 (34 Stats. 1408) tho SE't SW3A Sec. 19, T. 1-N., R. 15-E., G. & S. R. IS. & JNl. Any and all persons claiming adverse ly tho lands described, or desiring to object because of the mineral character ot the land, or ior any other reason, to tho disposal to applicant, should filo their affidavits of protest in this ofiico on or betoro tho 31st day of Jan uary, 1910. FRANK II. PARKER, Register, First published Dec. 29. NOTICE PHOENIX, ARIZONA, LAND OFFICE December 22, 1909. SERIAL NO. 07770. NOTICE is hereby given that Hamp ton D. Ewing, of Yonkers, County of Westchester, State or JNew York, by B. Britton Gottsberger, of Miami, coun ty of Gila, Territory of Arizona, Attor ney in Fact, has fiicd in this office his application to select, under tho provisions of the Act of Congress, approved March 4, 1907, (34 Stats. 140S) tho following described land: SWVi SWit (Lot No. 4) Sec. 19, T, 1-N., R. 15-E.. G. & S. B. B. & M. Any and all persons claiming adverse ly tho lands described, or desiring to object becauso of tho mineral character of the land, or for any other reason, to tho disposal to applicant, should filo their affidavits of protest in this offico on or before tho 31st day of Jan uary, 1910. . FRANK H. PARKER, Register. Fust published Dec. 29. FOE RENT BOOMS FOB BENT Office rooms In tho new Amster building corner Oak and Broad. Apply t office Qlobo Light rower uo. FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room. Uso of bath. Phone. Out side'entrnncc. 130 S. Sutherland. FOR RENT Furnished room. Apply residenco Lyman Wood, second floor. FOR RENT Ouo front room, furnished for two. 325 S. Hill street. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. -150 South 11111. FOE EENT HOUSES FOR RENT Three room brick house, Kinney Park. FOR RENT Furnished houso, three rooms. P. O. Box 200. C. C. Carico. FOR' RENT Two room House, centrally located. 325 South mil street. FOR RENT Four room unfurnished house on Maplo street; good loca tion. Enquiro 439 East street. FOR RENT New four-room house, closo in; with flush closet and sink. Apply W. AJ. Kylo. IMPORTANCE OF SMALL THINGS A great battle was onco lost from tho lack of a horse-shoo nail. Ter rible railroad wrecks havo been caused by a timepiece being a littlo slow. Most all watches havo a doz en or more screws in tho balance wheel to givo tho proper weight. Sometimes a screw will work loose. Then your watch will loso timo un til tho screw drops out, whon it will go too fast. I make a specialty of repairing, adjusting and regulating watches. Tho best advertising I do is to plcaso my customers. EUBOTTOM, THE JEWELER South end of the bridge. 12 Hours -TO- PHOENIX Vin Globe-Kelvin Stago Line. Leave Globe 4 a. m. every day. Leaves Kelvin 11 a. m. every day. Faro one way, $6.00. Round trip, $10.00. Connects with Phoenix & Eastern R. R. at Kelvin. O. K. Livery, Feed & Sale Stable W. P. KELSEY, PROP. Commercial Gas Engines and Hoists Latest," safest and most Improved model, guaranteed for economy and re liability simplest scientific engine built Agent for mining: and irrigation pumpp Sold and installed on absolute guarantee by JOHN WOG BOX 211 GLOBE. ARIZ. pfe wfliiii-UM ua (9 DenTet) Colo phoenix1 A .4. The Swigert Bros. Optical Co. - . ' $ AXUQSL'B pgtTit oPHCIAHS SCNO US YOU a ftftOKCN LtNSCS TO ft (PAIR CO OR DU H.1C AT tt NI?XT"TRIP' Feb. 13th to 18th rjpHE RODGERS HOSPITAL and Training School for Nurses For Surgical, Maternity and Genoral Medical Cases. A limited number of pupil nurses taken for training. Directory for Graduate Nurses in Connection. MARK A. RODGERS, M. D. 123 S. Stone Ave. Tucson, Arizona. sJ2Si res--.? "" BUILDING SITES $900 buys two choice lots in best residenco portion of East Globe, near Schwarz grocery. These aro really the cheapest and best lots in East Globe. $1,900 buys swell comer 100x100-on Cottonwood and Second streets on East Globe Hill, commanding elegant view of entire town. $2,000 buys two lots each 55.5x112.5, cast front on High street, be tween Maple and Cottonwood streets, an ideal spot for a modern home. If you intend to build, let us show you what jvc have in tho way of vacant ground. If you wish to buy a home, let us show you some of tho bargains wo havo in prices from $750 to $5,000. Globe Real Estate Office F. L. TOOMBS, Manager 165 North Broad DO YOU OWN YOUR HOME We Will Gila County Phono 2211 L. B. BUSINESS CHANCES Here are some money making propositions for you: Butcher -shop and building, fixtures; slaughter house, fixtures, good well, power pump and pipe line complete. Cheap for cash. Good terms to right party. Forty-acre Ranch near Globe. Cash or terms to suit. Three lots, 81xll2i feet, makes one block. Can be bought for $000. Part cash, balance to suit. ' One six-room house, corner lot, Noftsgcr hill. $2,000; easy monthly payments. t, . Life Insurance, Fire Insurance, Real Estate, Loans and Rentals. RUTH A. GIBBS, Just Received a Fresh Shipment of POST,TOASTIES at BROOKNER'S THE BIG STORE Best Breakfast PHONE MAIN 62 j- MADE BYTHE' CUBAN CIGAR C2-,DENVER,COLO INDIAN HOT SPRINGS These famous Indian Hot Springs are only twenty minutes' ride from Hot Springs Station, Graham County, Arizona. Excursion tickets to Ft. Thomas and the Springs every Saturday and Sunday, good returning Monday. If you aro suffering from rheumatism, gout, dropsy, liver, kidney .and stomach troubles, blood disorders or women's diseases, these Springs will cure you. Tho most wonderful mud and mineral baths. Not Only for the Sick, but Rest for the Well ALEXANDER BROTHERS, POSTOFFICE, FORT THOMAS, ARIZ. Rates: $2.00 to $3.00 a day BARCLAY & COMPANY Single and Double Teams Saddle Horses Hay, Grain and Coal. A specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs. Telephone 171 Globe, Arizona. Telephone 1101 IF LET YOU US ARE READ NOT YOUR SURE TITLE Tell You Abstract Co. P. O. Box ELY, Sccty. 1029 110 East'Oak St. Food in the World. PHONE MAIN 62 IF YOU CANNOT STEAL TIME to jtrder your coal in person, send us word by 'phono or postal. You can rely on getting as good clean, full weight coal in that way as if you stood hero and selectee! every lump. Havo enough for a littlo whilo yet J What of it? A wiso man orders his coal be fore he runs out, not after. Coal doesn't spoil liko butter. Arizona, Fuel & Feed Co. Phone 751