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Tuesday, March 1, 1910.
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Page Seven i j u i In Walking Distance of WANTED SITUATION WANTED By competent colored man as a flrst-clnsa meat and pastry cook for boarding apartment or liotol. Addrcs-s II. M., Postoflico Box 1120. WANTED Miss -At. Bledsoe, stonog rajdier, room 38 Trust building, so licits legal and commercial work. WANTED Confinement cases by prac tical nurso. Best of roforonccs. 327 South First street or P. 0. Box 203G. WANTED Situation by n first-class cook and ono waitress. Address Mrs. W. B. Leonard, Cnrrizozo, N. Af. WANTED Dining room girl at Amer ican Parlor rostaurant, North Broad. WANTED Clean cotton rags at tho Silver Uelt office. "Will pay 5 cent? per pound. WANTEJJ Owner for a brown suit jacket. Picked up and brought to Silver Belt business office. Owner pay for this ad. WANTED To buy a lino, largo driving horse, buggy and harness. Seo Joues, 177 North Broad. WANTED Young Indies for tolophono operators, d'xperienco unnecessary. Con. T. & T. & E. Co. WANTED Leasers., twclvo miles west of Silver King, 35 miles S. W. of fllobe. Ore, silver, gold and lead. Wo furnish all tools and will mill tho oro frco of charge. Como and seo us. Address P. S. Hoyt & Co., Flor ence, 'Ariz. WANTED Position by an expert book keeper, commercial, mining or time- . keeping. Can open or closo, loos leaf or otherwise. Balancing a suro thing. What havo you to offer. Ad dress B, Silver Belt. FOB SALE FOR SALE Household furniture for sale. Inquire 199 E. Oak, next door Episcopal church. Tho threo act comedy, "A King's Daughter," presented by tho senior class of tho Flagstaff Normal School last week was very successful, and the Students' Loan Fund, for the bene fit of which it was givon, "was sub stantially increased by tho receipts. "While working-for a Western Union construction crew, Fred Conley was in stantly killed n wcok ago by boing thrown from a Hut oar near Flagstntl. Tho remains wcro shipped to his for mer homo near Monroe, Alich., for in terment. W. II. Clark of Holbrook, has been appointed district census supervisor for the counties of Apache, Navajo, Coco nino nnd Mohave. A sensational elopement occurrod last week at Williams, a reigning bello of Supal suddenly disappearing from her homo accompanied by George Hall, a telgraph operator of Ash Fork. The irato father attempted to get out a kid naping warrant, and threatens venge ance when ho discovers tho elopers. Despondency, tho result of a long illness, caused Maurice C. Fitzmuurice, a highly respected resident of Phoenix, to commit suicido by shooting himself. J. W. Cornelius, an experienced fur nace man of Oakland, Calif., has ar rived at Humboldt to superintend the placing of tho blast furnaces of tho Consolidated Arizona Smelting com pany. Tho canal system of Palomas Valley in Yuma county is to bo restored, work being now in progress. Tho canals were destroyed four years ago by tho inundations of tho Gila and tho shifting of its bed. Tho lands wero permitted to revert to desert, but tho river has returned to its former position, hcuco the rebuilding of tho canals. Tho authorities of tho Catholic church of Florence havo decide to utilizo tho old church building, immediately after the new church shall havo been com pleted, for school purposes, tho school to bo under the control of the Sisters of St. Joseph. Firo believed to havo been of incen diary origin, destroyed a restaurant, a confectionery store and tho Royal the ater at Bisbeo last Friday night. Fully 100 dogs aro expected to bo entered for tho opening of tho grey hound racing events at Tucson next Sunday. Burglars entered nnd ransacked tho homo of P. t Linton, proprietor of tho Clifton theater, at Tucson Satur day night. They secured considerable jewelry and money. At a meeting of the Yavapai Society for tho Prevention and Cure of Tuber culosis held in Prescott last week, Miss Mabel Norris, daughter of Hon. T. G. Norris of Flagstaff, and a prominent settlement worker in tho tenement dis- When Rubbers Become Necessary and your shots pinch, shako Into jour shoos Alien s Foot-IJwo, tho antiseptic ponder (or tho feet. It cure? pnlnf ill, u nllm, (martin;, imcntuij feet, ami lakes llio Bluii- out (if corns anil bunions. Jiutlho tlilu for IxiUntlcather shoes, ihnclm; partiei anil for llrcaLing In New shoe. Miny people cannot Wiar heavy ptocUtinrs comfortably without sh.ilc lii.IU.n sFooi-Uti; into tlio shoes. Sold cviry whrre, Hie. Simple ritCU Adores-i, Allen S. Oluulcd, Lo Ito) , N . V. Uua't acetyl any inbt'ituU Brief Territorial News ONE CENT A WORD PER ISSUE FOR SALE FOB SALE Now Incicrwood type writer at ono-third less than price charged by regular dealer. Address P. O. Box 282. FOB SALE Land, cattle, horses, gold and copper property. Address W. L. Brown, Alammoth, Arizona. FOB SALE Good milk cow. Apply 235 North Second. FOB SALE Bargain. House of flvo rooms closo in; also convenient to mino and smelter. Cheap for quick sale. Inquiro 15S Haskin's Boad, Noftsger Hill. FOB SALE Twenty-fivo shares Ari zona Mutual Savings & Loan associa tion stock, part paid. Good invest ment. Will sell at bargain. Call 432 S. High St., or address Box 872. FOB SALE Old papers In packages of 100, 23c, at Silver Belt office. FOB SALE Bdd Durham milk cow, cheap. Apply Sultan Bros.' storo or J. C. Gibson, Copper Hill. FOB SALE Furniture three - room house; house for rt-nt. 175 East Mos quito. FOR SALE About olght dozen chick ens, corner First and Oak. tncts of New York, delivered an able address on tenement conditions in largo cities. Private Fred M. Hunto'r of Company A, Eighteenth Infantry, stationed at Fort Whipple, has received a certificate of merit signed by President Taft in recognition of valorous servico in tho Philppines during tho Spanish war. Farmers and land owners from all parts of tho Casa Grando valley met in Florence Saturdny afternoon for the purpose of forming tho Casa Grando valley Water Users' association, about 25,000 acres of patented land in the vicinity of Florence being represented. By a majority of 1-10 votes the city of Phoenix indorsed the plan for bond ing tho city for $300,000 for a munici pal lighting plant. Congress will bo aslied for permission to issue the bonds. An explosion occurred last week at the quarries of tho Grand Canyon Limo & Cement company, near Nelson, one Alexican laborer being killed. In the man giving his name as John Oliver, who was arrested last week at Ash Fork, tho officers bolievo they havo W. W. Wallace, or "Chick" Wal lace, financier of a gigantic ring for smuggling Chinese into this country. Gaining entrance through 'tho back door, thioves broko into tho storo of the Alundel Wiarncr company at Bisbeo and stole about a dozen of the best suits of clothing in tho house. The Warrcn-Bisbeo Street Bailway company has begun the work of extend ing tho line out of Tombstone canyon, and expects to have it completed' in about four or fivo weeks. AIis3 Lillian Burr, an cmployo of tho POstoflicfi at Bislmn. vng envnrnltr tw jurcd last Thursday night. Sh0 tripped unit icu wnen niigiitmg from a street car, suffering concussion of tho brain. John Boggs, a Bisbcc miner, was ser iously injured last week by falling through a inanway at the Colo shaft. Dennis O'Brien of Garden Hill, near Lowell, is in a serious condition as the result of a beating, which ho alleges his two daughters administered to him early ast -week. Ho is 07 years of age. Jose Sandoval, who was arrested last week for tho theft of a bicycle at Tuc son, has twice been committed to tho reform school at Benson and each time has made his escape. This time ho will havo to go to prison, as ho has passed tho statutory ago for the reform school. He is a Bisbeo boy. Owen Wistcr, famous as tho author of "Tho Virginian," will again visit Arizona within a few days for the pur pose of obtaining tho proper local color ing for a story which ho is now en gaged in -writing. VAN NORDEN MADE ILL BY FARO STORY Said to Have Won $28,000 at Festive Pastime NEW YORK, Foliniary 28. FaUo stories circulated among his Wall street associates to tho effect that ho had been indulging in high play havo made War ner Al. Van Norden, former president of 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 until "some time" to BEGIN THE EXPERIMENT. FOR SALE FOB SALE Arodcrn bungalow at 355 South First street, East Globo; six rooms nnd bath. Also servants build ing at back end of lot. Level lot and fenced. Cash or terms. Address N. O. Lawton, Aliami. Phono 1552. FOR RENT ROOMS FOB BENT Office rooms In tho new Amstcr building corner Oak and Broad. Applv t office Globo Light & Power Co. FOB BENT Largo well furnished front room, ono block from Broad street. Bath and 'phone. Call 250 Mosquito or 'phono Main 29". FOB BENT Furnished rooms for housekeeping. 231 South Broad. FOB BENT Furnished rooms with electric lights, heat and bath. 137 N. Hill. One block from courthouse. , FOR BENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 45G South Hill street. FOB BENT Furnished room, use of bath. Call beforo 9 a. in. or after 5 p. m., 518 E. Mcsquitc. FOB BENT Furnished housekeeping rooms, centrally located. 325 So. Hill. tho Van Norden Trust company and publisher of the Van Norden magazine, ill. His family made statements mini mizing his indisposition, but found it very difficult to meet him and talk with him. Air. Van Norden was robbed of $28, 000 a month ago by two women, who bumped into him as he was leaving thu Waldorf-Astoria by tho Thirty-third street ontraucc. Tho stories which aro said to bo the causo of his present indisposition, re late to the manner in which tho $28, 000 came into young Air. Van Norden 's possession. It is said that he had won the $2S, 000 playing faro. Save mdWy on groceries. Page S. NEWLYWED SCARED BY STEPCHILDREN Takes to "Woods When Five Kids Call Him Papa ANN ABBOR, Alich., February 28. About threo months ago Eugeuo Horn, a resident of Clair, married a young widow after a short acquaintance and was greatly surprised when returning homo after his first day's work to find fivo "hand-me-down" children ready to call him papa. Horn skipped out. Ho came to Ann Arbor and was picked up as a vag. After his jail sentence was passed, Horn went to Detroit to look for work and a deputy from heic brought him back. SPORTING NEWS Jimmy Single, tho ex-Cub, has signed for another season with tho Baltimore club. , i Davo Fijltz, the ex-Highlander, has been engaged to coach the Columbia university baseball squad. In Jakey Atz of the Chicago Amer icans, rrovidence has copped a good player to take Blackburn's place. Frank ("Dreams") Ccanlan, the star Notre Damo pitcher, has signed for the season with tho Philadelphia Na tionals. Alal Enson, tho old Brooklyn pitcher and later manager of tho Lawrence, Alass., team, wants to bo an umpire. A large number ot minor league play ers aro asking for an increase in salary on account of the present high cost of living. Sh', again sh'. "Doc Smith of tho Brooklyn club has a brother who catch es for an Eastern league team under an assumed name. Ted Sullivan, the veteran scout and manager, has been appointed manager of tho Clinton, la., team in tho new Northern association. Tho Aransficld, Ohio, club has tender ed a contract to Edmund Lamy of Saranac Lake, N. Y., tho amateur cham pion sknter. Liamy is an outfielder. On account of playing white and col ored players on tho samo teams, tho new United States Leaguo has been dubbed the "Black and Tan" league. John ("Dots") Alillcr will receive $3,000 for his work with Pittsburg tins coming season, inico money for the becond year in tho big show. Tho White Sox will play tho Tigers on flag raising day at Detroit on June 2S, and the Browns will open tho White Sox new park in Chicago on July 1. Chester AI. Brandon of Supply, Okln., has signed with tho Pittsburg Pirates. When Barnoy Dreyfuss wanted to add a supply of baseball talent ho went to Supply. Owner Cliapin of the Rochester team says that John Ganzel spent $17,50(1 last year buying players, auu that he Where You Live ONE CENT A WORD PER ISSUE LOST AND FOUND LOST Lady's handbag, containing money, keys ana papers. Jieward lor return to biiver .uelt omce. STRAYED From Miami, bay pony with saddle, branded SA. Beturn to P. A. Savage at Bellevuo and receive reward. LOST By a. newsboy, silver watch and gold chain. Finder please leave at the Silver lieit office. FOUND Pocketbook containing cards and papers. Evidently property of B. J. Stevenson. Prove property and pay for this ad. at Silver Belt office. LOST Lady's watch with monogram N. B. V., and fob with silicato charm. Bcward for return to Miller's cafe. FOR RENT HOUSES FOR BENT Two room House, centrally located. 325 South Hill street. FOB BENT Four room unfurnished house on Maple street; good loca tion. Enquiro 439 East street. FOR RENT FOR RENT Store room occupied by .. p. r t.i..:- .. laiu tv V;U. -L.iitjuiiu uu pit'inises, will stand for John's spending more coin this season in order to win another pennant. Some class to that noise. Horace Fogel, president of the Phil adelphia Nationals, has the gout. Base ball scribes should take warning and not become big leaguo magnates. If Horaco had stayed- and chipped along in tho newspaper gamo he wouldn't have known a case of gout hail it been delivered at his home. WITH THE FIGHTERS The new Philadelphia A. C. will get in the gamo once more with Billy Willis as manager. Frank Klaus is willing to meet Jack (Twin) Sullivan if Sullivan will make 158 pounds at the ringside. Jack AIcGuigan is trying to sign Al Kaufman and Stanley Ketchel for a bout beforo his Philadelphia club. LEGAL 'ADVERTISEMENTS CITY OF GLOBE Resolution No. 53 WHEREAS, a general City Election will bo held in tho City of Globo on Afonday, the 23rd day of Alay, 1910, for tho election of a Mayor, Members of tho Common Council from each ward of said City, and other elective officers of said City; and, WHEREAS, a general City Primary will bo called for the nomination of such officers, to bo held on the 23rd day of April, 1910, agreeable to the provisions of Chapter 24 of the Laws of Arizona, approved March 10th, 1909; and, WHEBEAS, under tho provisions of Chapter 13 of the Laws of Arizona, which became a law on the 10th day of March, 1909, prescribing tho quali fications of electors, and providing for their registration a re-registration of electors residing in said City is neces sary to bo had prior to said election. THEBEFOBE, BE IT RESOLVED, that a ro-rcgistration of all electors re siding within tho City of Globe be and the samo is hereby ordered and directed, such ro-rcgistration to begin as soon hereafter as may be, and not later than ten days from and after this date, and to continue until tho 13th day of Alay. 1910. Every male citizen of tho United States, and every male citizen of Mex ico who shall havo elected to become a citizen of tho United States under the Treaty of Peaco exchanged and rat ified at Qucretcro on the 30th day of Alay, 1848, and tho Gadsden Treaty of 1854, of tho ago of twenty-ono years who shall havo been a resident of the Territory of Arizona for ono year, and of tho City of Globo nnd of the Ward in which ho claims his vote for thirty days next preceding said 23rd day of Aray, 1910, and who, not being prevent ed by physical disability from so doing, is able to read tho Constitution of the United States in the English language in such manner as to show that ho is neither prompted nor reciting from memory, and is able to write his own name, and who is not an idiot, an in sano 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 tho laws of Arizona. The City Clerk of tho City of Globe is hereby designated as tho Registration officer of said City to havo charge of and conduct said registration, and there shall also bo appointed and designated sudh additional registration officers of said City as tho Common Council there of shall from timo to timo deem it nec essary and proper to appoint, and tho IMPORTANCE OP SMALL THINGS A great battle was once lost from tho lack of a horse-shoo nail. Tor riblo railroad wrecks havo been caused by a timepieco being a little slow. Alost 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, when it will go too fast. I make a specialty of repairing, adjusting and regulating watches. Tho best advertising I do is to please my customers. RUBOTTOM, THE JEWELER South end of the bridge. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS place of registration shall bo at the City Clerk's office, and at such other places as tho Council may seo fit here after to designate. All qualified electors may register m sum uierK's omce, or at such other places as tho Council may designate, by making affidavit in writing beforo said Clerk, or beforo such registration officer, wherein must bo stated and shown nverv fncr. nnfitlinrr cunli nm. son to registration, and also tho facts icipjutu iu uo siitieu on mo great reg ister (except the date and number), but no person shall bo registered who is not able to read the Constitution of the United States as abovo and to sign his OWn naillG: and encll nlnetnr rnnfiotnrinrr shall be ontitled to and shall upon de mand recoivo a ccrtincato of registra tion from tho officer registering him. Only the names of persons registered prior to tho 13th day of April, 1910, shall bo entered on the poll lists used at tho Primary Election of April 23rd; and persons offering to vote at said primary shall not bo permitted to vote thereat unless their names appear on said poll lists, or unless upon production of a certificate of registration showing reg istration by them in said City prior to their offering to vote on tho day of said primary and subsequent to the date of tho passage of this resolution. Tho City Clerk of tho City of Globe is hereby directed to publish a copy of this resolution fnr ton ilnva in n Ari zona Daily Silver Belt as soon after mo passage anu auoption hereof as copy can bo prepared for publication, and not later than ten days from this date; and also to. publish a copy hereof in said newspaper for thirty days next prior to tho dato of said general City Election to be held on said May 23rd, 1910. Passed and adopted this Februarv 10th A. D., 1910. ALFRED KINNEY, Attest: Alayor. JAS. H. WELCH, City Clerk. First publication February 18, 1910. NOTICE UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. AT PHOENIX, ARIZONA, December 22, 1909 SERIAL NO. 07774. NOTICE is hereby given thqt Hamp ton D. Ewing, of Yonkcrs, County af Westchester State of New York, by B. Britfon Onttshnro-or nf Mion.: ,..,.. ty of Gila, Territory of Arizona, Attor- nuy m riict, iias meet in this office his application to select, under the provisions Of the Acf of CnnPTPSS .innrnimil rnr.li 4, 1907, (34 Stats. 1408) tho following NE'4 SW Sec. 19, T. 1-N., R. 15-E., G. & S. B. B. & M. AnV ffnrl nil riPrflOrm P.fnimiTlfT nrlirnran. JV thn Inndft f?PQriViort m noMnn n object becauso of the mineral character m me iuiiu, or ior any otner reason, to the drsnosal to nrtnHcinf: nhnnM filo their affidavits of protest in this uiuce on or uciore tno Jist day ot Jan uary, 1910. FRANK H. PARKER, Register First published D-c. 29. ' NOTICE PHOENIX, ARIZONA, LAND OFFICE, .December 1309. SERIAL NO. 07773. NOTICE is hereby trivpn that. TTnmn. ton D. Ewing, of Yonkcrs, County of Westchester, State of New York, by B. Britton Gottsberger, Attorney, in Fact, whose Postoflico address in Afi. ami. County of Gila, Territory of Ari zona, nas niea in- tins oihco his appli cation to select, under tho provisions of thl Acf of CnnmHfll Annrtvnil "Xl"...-.!. 4. 1907 ("34 Stats. 140fi rhn ARM SWl. Sec. 19, T. 1-N., B. 15-B., G. & S. B. n. & JU. Anv and all nersons claiming ndvernn. lythe lands described, or desiring to obiect because of tho mineral (hnrncrnr of the land, or for any other reason, to- the disposal to applicant, should filo their affidavits of nroloafc in this office on or beforo tho 31st day of Jan uary, 1910. FRANK H. PARKER, Begister. First published Dec. 29. NOTICE PHOENIX, ABIZONA, LAND OFFICE December 22, 1909. SEBIAL NO. 07776. NOTICE is hereby given that Hamn- tot D. Ewing, of Yonkcrs, County of Westchester State of New York, by B. Britton Gottsberger, of Aliami, coun ty of Gila, Territory of Arizona, Attor ney in Fact, has filed in this office his application to select, under tho provisions of tho Act of Congress, approved March 4, 1907, (34 Stats. 1408) tho following described land: SW SWVi (Lot No. 4) Sec. 19, T. 1-N., B. 15-E.. G. & S. R. B. & Al. Any and nil 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 office on or beforo tho 31st day of Jan uary, 1910. FRANK II. PAUivi-JH, Begister First published Dec. 29. BUILDING SITES $900 buys two choice lots in best residence portion of East Globe, near Schwarz grocery. These aro really the cheapest and best lots in East Globo. $1,900 buys swell cornor 100x100 on Cottonwood and Second streets on East Globo Hill, commanding elegant view of entire town. $2,000 buys two lots each 55.5x112.5, east front on High street, be tween Maplo and Cottonwood streets, an ideal spot for a modern home. If you intend to build, let us show you what wo have in the way of vacant ground. If you wish to buy a home, let us show you some of tho bargains we have in prices from $750 to $5,000. Globe Real Estate Office F. L. TOOMBS, Manager 165 North Broad DO YOU OWN YOUR HOME I 1 '""""" - "1 IF YOU ARE NOT SURE We Will Gila County Phone 2211 L. B. BUSINESS CHANCES Here are some money making propositions for you: Butcher chop and building, fixtures; slaughter house, fixtures, good well, power pump and pipe lino complete. Cheap for cash. Good terms to right party. Forty-acro Ranch near Globe. Cash or terms to suit. Three lots, 81x112 feet, makes ono block. Can be bought for $600. Part cash, balance to suit. Ono six-room house, corner lot, Noftsgcr hill. $2,000; easy monthly payments. Llfo Insurance, Fire Insurance, Real Estate, Loans and Rentals. RUTH A. GIBBS, Just Received a Fresh Shipment of POSTTOASTIES at BROOKNER'S THE BIO STORE Best Breakfast Food in the World. PHONE MAIN 62 PHONE MAIN R2 made bytheCUBAN CIGAR C2,denver,colq - 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 tho Springs every Saturday and Sunday, good returning Monday. If you are 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 FEED Sr GRAIN 'T j p' $ GRAIN ',5? BARCLAY & COMPANY Single and Double Teams Saddle Horses Hay, Grain and Coal. A specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs. Telephone 171 Telephone 1101 LET US READ YOUR TITLE Tell You Abstract Co. P. O. Box ELY, Secty. 1029 110 East Oak St. RUSH ORDERS are a feature of our grain and feed business to which wo pay particular at tention. If your bins show up somo morning with little or nothing to cover the bottom, call us up by 'phono and we'll send a supply for your hungry btock in a jiffy. You know our pro vender and our prices. Try us out on celerity in meeting your urgent needs. Arizona Fuel & Teed Co. Main 150 Globe, Arizona.