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Sunday, February 20, 1910.
DAILTX AMZONA SILVER BELT Page Mve It ) v LLOYD-GEORGE, ", i i , n , I Vn lllllim iiilli.l7l.Vrjff.fliHff,.,M I ,- A sweeping victory for the Liberals in tho general elections In Great Brit ain would iiinlio David l.loyd-Ueorgo ouo of tuo foremost Ogurea in English politics. Truly the chancellor of thu exchequer already enjoys such distinc tion, but a victory over tho peers, who opposed the budget so stubbornly, would place him upon the very pinnacle of fnme. He is Just in tho prime of life, being in his fory-scveuth year. lie' was president of tho board of trade of London from 1005 to 100S, when ho was made chancellor of the exchequer. lie Is u profound thinker, an nrdent reformer and onivof the ablest speakers in England. NEWS FORECAST FOR COMING WEEK WASHINGTON, D, C, February 19. The United States supremo court, when it tecouvenes Monday, will be the" center of interest for tho ontiro nation, owing to tho fact that the high est 'tribunal may decido to hand down, at onco its momentous decision in tho "tobacco trust" case. Though the to bacco cas.o overshadows all else, thero will bo numreous other important cases to como up at this term of court." The Standard Oil appeal is to bo argued in March and tho suits brought to test tho constitutionality of tho corporation tax will also be heard. A number of inv portant rato cases from tho west and south are also on tho docket for early hearing. After -hearly tlireo years spent in the examination of witnesses for both sides, tho suit brought by tho government to break up the alleged authracito coal truu is to come up for argument in tho United States circuit court at Pliil- adelphia Monday. t ,Pnl)l!c affairs and much private busi ness will bo suspended Tuesday while tho nation pays its customary tribute to tho memory of Washington on tho anniversary of Jus birth.- President Taf t will tako advantage of tho holiday to deliver two . addresses in which he is expected to further outline his views in regard to several of tho great problems of the day. His. first address will be delivered in New York city Tuesday night and on tho following day he will bo heard at tho board of trade bari quot in Newark. An event of interest to society will be the wedding of Miss .Marie Louiso s Logan, daughter of Mrs. John A. Lo gan, Jr., and Mons. Henri do Sineay of Belgium, which is to tako place Wed nesday in tho chapel of St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York. Events of the week in Canada will .m m.mmm mmmmmltm.l Social By Edna J FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD A very pleasant and well attended meeting of tho Fraternal Brotherhood was held Friday evening at tho lodge rooms in Minors' Union hall. State Or ganizer II. U. Boyer was resent. Mr. Boyer will spend several months in Globe, devoting his time to strengthen ing tho local lodge and increasing tho membership. Mr. Hart of El Paso was a visitor at the meeting and delivered a very in teresting address. At tho nex meeting, which will be held Saturday evening instead of Fri day as usual, thero will bo a diversified program, followed by an informal so einl when refreshments will be served. LUNCHEON AND BRIDGE Mrs. E. M. White of Black Warrior entertained with a" luncheon, followed by nit nfternoon nt bridge, on Fridny. Tho luncheon was particularly sug gestive of spring, a profusion of flowers and butterflies being used in tho artistic table deeoratiQiis. Tho center pieco was a mass of beautiful carnations and as paragus ferns, with dainty butterflies hovering over tho blossoms. Dainty hnnd-painted butterflies were also scat tered over tho cloth with singlo blos soms. Tho place cards also had the f KG 1 Baking Powder 1 Best at Any m V Price j BRITISH LEADER. include tho assembling of the Nova Sco tia legislature, tho meeting of tho Can adian Forestry associatiqn in Freder icton, tho opening of the annual auto mobile show in Toronto, and the annual meeting Of tho. Dominion Hide associ ation in Ottawa. In tho foreign field chief interest will center in tho opening of tho new par liament by-King Edward at the begin ning of tho week. The budget is ex pected to occupy a week or ten days, and 'tho debate on- tho sp.eeoh from tho throne probably will take longer than that, 'so tiat it will bo tho middle of March at least before tho all important issue tho govcrnmen's scheme for dealing with tho houso of lords' veto comes up. DANDIES AT REDUCED PRICES , Tho Adams' Confectionory are elling nil their candies at 10c to 25c per lb. reductions. Buy now. , MISSIONARY FROM ' CHINA WILL SPEAK Will Deliver Address This Evening on Missions Dr. Carolino Mcrwin, who has spent several years in China, arrived last ev ening and will deliver nn address at Trades' Union hall this evening at 7:30. Sho will occupy the time of tho usual Presbyterian church services. Her ad dress will no doubt be very interesting she is thoroughly familiar with tho life ancLliabits of tho Chinese people. During tho address sho will appear in Chinese costume. Dr. Morwin has visited Bisbeo and other cities of southern Arizona dur ing the past few weeks where she has pleased Jargo audiences by her ad dresses A cordial invitation isoxtended to nil who wish to attend this evening. - y - l(tyjyJVXjnjxjtjnjtji fiMWWMMWWMWW : Circles Surerus Hasse - ...-- r-.-J-rj. dainty little creatures, fastened upon titem. , After luncheon a few hours' were pleasantly spent in playing bridge, Mrs. Sturgeon winning first prize and Mrs. Hansen the second prize. Tho guests wore: Mesdames Jacob Woinborger, Frederick S. Nave, O. T. Sturgeon, It. D. Kennedy. Walter Day ton, Seth E. Hazzard, Alfred Hansen and Roland Jacobs. $ PRISOILLA CLUB. - Tho Priscilla club was entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. W. A. Comer, 354 South Hill street, Her daugh ter, Miss Pauline, being a member or tho club. Tho young ladies spent the. time in sewing and playing games and at 5 o'clock dainty refreshments were served. Five of the club members were pres ent, the other two being kept away by illness. Tho littlo meetings aro proving a very pleasant way of sponding Sat urday afternoons. j. SCENDED-BUJAN A wedding of interest to local Slavon ian circles will occur this morning at the court room. Miss Katio Sccndcd and Mr. Daniel Bujan will be united in marringo at half past ten o'clock, with Judge P. C. Robertson officiating. Thero will bo quite a number of tho friends of tho brido and groom pres ent to witness tho ceremony. After tho ceremony at tho court room, tho wedding party will go to the homo of relatives of tho bride, where a sumptuous banquet will be served; Mr. and Mrs. Bujan will reside in this city. SATURDAY EVENING CLUB Mr. and Mrs. M. E. McCarthy enter tained tho Saturday Evening club last evening at their homo om East Oak street. The time was very pleasantly spent in playing duplicate 'whist, after which dainty refreshments were served. ICONGENIW GRANTED 1ft DEGREES Eight Cases 011 Calendar of District Court Result in Six Divorces ONE CONTINUED AND ONE IS DISMISSED Miami Land Injunction Is Modified Other Civil Mat ters Adjusted With eight cases on the calendar yes terday, tho divorce mill ground out more grist than at any one session to bo hold in tho local district court room lor many months. Out of tho eight cases wnich came up for trial, six decrees were granted. Ono caso was dismissed and another was continued. Noiip of tho cases were contested and judgements were entered by default. Lady Boyle was granted a divorco decree fioin William Boylo on the grounds of deseition and habitual intom perance. Charging desertion, Anna Lee -Corn secured a Jegal separation from Alfred Corn. William A. Barr secured relief from the bonds of matrimony between him and Utace Barr, on a cnarge of deser tion. On statutory grounds, William Jack son was divorced from Ida Beima Jack son. Uncontradicted charges o'f cruelty and desertion separated Inez Flores from Frank Flores. Charles Perry was divorced from Ad elaide Perry on statutory grounds. Tho divorco suitof Fred II. Golden vs, Josephine Golden was dismissed, on motion ot the plaintill. In the suit of Lottie Healy vs. Fred Ilealy. tho matter was continued for lack of proper service. Civil Matters - In the suit of Thomas Fuller vs. Clara Kinney, judgment was entered in favor of tho defendant, in accordanco witli a ruling of tho supreme court sustaining tho judgment ot the' district court. The temporary injunction in tho suit between J. J., Mackey and C. W. Van Dyko was modified, to allow both par ties to'makcAfrnprovenienfs on tho laud in question, situated at Miami. .Motion of tho plaintiff for a new trial in tho damage suit of Fred Ilengchold vs. Carl Eder et al, was denied. Judgment for tho plaintiff was enter ed in tho suit ofWillia'm Parks vaTon! Yin, an action to collect on a debt. Judgment on a note for $1,500 was entered for the plaintiff in the suit of Ella Davidson Hill vs. the Apache Con solidated Mining company. In the suit of William Stevenson vs. E. II. Foudren et al, an action to quiet title td mining property, judgment was entered for tho plaintiff. Although none of the matters heard by Judge Lewis were contested, he dis posed of an unusually largo number of cases and spenta busy day in court. T School Superintendent Sur prised at Growth of Winkelman , After spending several days in the Winkleman and Christmas- districts, W. O. Kelluer, county superintendent of schools returned to this city Friday night, having experienced a very cold and disagreeable trip, but having found tho schools in excellent condition. At the Winkleman school, the atten dance is above the average and in tho opinion of Mr. Kellner, it will soon be necessary to establish a new school at Haydcn, tho new and rapidly grow ing sister town of Winkleman, located about two miles down tho river from tho original townsite. At Christmas, tho attendance is also largo and in both schools, there. has been a big in creaso in tho average attendance over last year. "Tho growth of the Winkleman dis trict is a surprise to me," said Mr. Kell ner yesterday. "The Bay Consolidated is building an excellent railroad intq that district and when tho big new con centrator is completed, a big asset will be added to that part of Gila county. 'rI believo it would be a good invest ment for the county to build a new wagon road through Dripping Springs wash. This would cut off several miles of travel and would direet a consider able amount of trade to Globe, I be Hove. "Tlio road is not bad at tho present time, as it has been improved toward Kelvin, but a still further improve ment could bo made." WILL' HAVE CAKE SALE Tho ladies of St. John's Episcopal church will hold a eako sale next Sat urday afternoon at Brown's store. Cake and bread will be sold and may be re served by telephone. KELLNER RETURNS I REMOTE DiSTRIC SUPERVISOR NAMES E FOR GILA Names to Be Forwarded to Washington and Commis sions Returned For tho purpose Of taken the census in Gila county, Census Supervisor F. F. Towle has recommended the appoint ment of eleven enumerators, by the cen sus bureau at Washington. These enum erators will cover tho entiro county, with the exception of the Indian reser vations. From the three dozen applicants for positions as enumerators, who took the required examination a fow weeks ago, tho. following have been recommended by Mr. Towle. Enumerator District Duhcan Douglas K 27 Pascoe, William Frederick 28 Allison, George M ' 21) Knowles, Edwin F 30 Burnett, Mrs. Sallio F 31 Booth, Oliver II 32 Myers, Philip II 33 Treviilian, Tom 3t Smith, Philip Sydney 35 Howard, Mrs. Alice 30 Cole, Christopher C. 3"' Mr. Towle 's recomendations regard ing these appointments will in all prob ability be ratified and the persons se lected by him will then tako tho oatli of oflico and btj ready for the work of taking the census of Gila county. On Indian reservations, tho census will be taken by special agents, work ing under Mr. Towle 's direction, who speak the Indian languages. McElroy for framing pictures. See tho new offices for rent on 2nd floor new Amstcr building. Cement sidewalks. Globo Brick & Construction Co. Send somo of tho Special Mining Editions of tho Silver Belt in vnur friends abroad. A fow left at tho low price of' 25 cents each. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS A special meeting of the stockhold ers of the Arizona Co-Operativo. Mer cantile company will bo held at Miners' Union hall, on the 2Sth day of Febru ary, 1010, for the purpose of accepting the resignation of disqualified member of, the Board of Directors, for filling vacancies and for tho ratification of a Manager for their' Merchandise De partment. D. HABERBOSCH, (Seal) Sec. ... ,, -. virJ I '.H - NUMERATORS OF T TUESDAY Many Stores Will Close and Dance at Dreamland Will Furnish Amusement Next Tuesday, tho occasion .of tho one hundred and seventy-eight anni versary of tho birtli of Georgo Wash ington, will be generally observed as a holiday in this cit'. While nothing has been arranged in the way of a public celebration, in formal exercises aro being planned for the city schools, public offices will close and a large majority of tho busiuejsj houses of the city will follow suit. It is probablo that a local ball team will invade Safford on Tuesday, as arrange ments for a gamo aro now being made. A petition circulated among the bus iness houses of tho city yesterday, ask ing that business bo suspcnd?d on Wash ington's birthday, was signed by tho following firms: Sultan Brothers, R. G. Goodwin, Globo Commercial com pany, Naquins', Brown's, Ingram's, Max Lantin, Moreliead & Lunn, Old Dominion Commercial company, Glojio Hardware company, Tho Hub. These business houses made up tho entire list of those approached with the petition and the majority of thoy ho did no't have an opportunity to sign will also close for the day. The day will bo closed with a grand ball by tho Vincent Orchestra at Dream land, which should draw n large crowd of pleasure lovers. Tho music will be furnished by the full orchestra, which in itselt is a guarantee of a pleasant occasion. Cancer Cm Without KHIFE or PAIN Or Pay until Cured. NoX Hay or o t h e rl bitiuuig, jq lsunu plant makes tho cure. Ansni TirrRTiADAUTtrr Any Tumor, Lump or Scroon tholip.faceoil nnywhero sis months uGincer. THEY NEVER PAIN until last etaso. I30-PA5E BOOK sent free ttilh testimonials ot THOUSANDS Cured. WEITE TO SOME. ANV LUMP IN WOMAN'S BREAST IS CANCEB. If neglected It will ALWAYS poison deep In the armpit, and kill Quickly. itrlrlrorp II C PAliPrn PIIDT pn ChnmJiy nuuiboj u. M. urtliutll bunt bU. Bnlldlni D 747 S. Main St LOS ANGELES, CAL I KINDLYSEND TO SOMEONE WITH CANCER S PES EN sva SAVE MONEY That is the question that is bothering the masses today. We have a solution. We can save you money on at least one branch of your household expense COOK WITH GAS If you cook with GAS you will SAVE MONEY GAS IS CHEAPER than any other fuel HEAT WITH GAS It is CHEAPER and you can always depend on If you have any doubt about this just phone us and we will have our solicitor call v and explain to you. He will convince you. ASK FOR PHONE MAIN 436 Globe Light and Power Seo tho new offices for rent on 2nd floor now Amstcr building. Worn Out That's the way you feel about the lungs when you have a hacking cough. It's foolishness to let it go on and trust to luck to get over it, when Bal lard's Horehound Syrup will stop the cough and heal tho lungs. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Pal ace Pharmacy. FAMILY DINNER TODAY MILLER'S CAFE TRUST BUILDING SOUP Consomme Descligunac RELISHES Celery Sliced tomatoes ENTREES Chicken fricassee, green peas Veal pot pie, egg dumplings Braised beef, mushroom sauce . Lamb chops, French . . ' ROASTS Prime of beef au jus -" Chicken with dressim Sirloin GOLD Chicken Ham -SALADS Crab Shrimp VEGETABLES - K Cauliflower in cream Stewed French peas Asparagus tips on toast Mashed potatoes 'DESSERT , Plum pudding, brandy sauce Custard, cocoanut, blueberry and red raspberry pie Assorted layer cake Imp. Swiss cheese American cream cheese .' - Salted wafers Tea Coffee THE MAN Seo the- new offices -for rent on 2nd floor new Amster building. - v A Shaking Up May all bo very well so far as tho trusts arc concerned, but not when it comes to chills and fever and malaria. Quit the quinine and take a real cure Ballard's Hcrbino. Contains no harm ful drugs and is as certain as taxes. If it doesn't euro you get your money back. Sold by Palaco Pharmack. Olives 'f of beef, brown-gravy MEATS Boasrbecf . Milk ?' ? .- Zr-. f's- as it. jt'' . "-. Co, i2H22I3ffiES3