Newspaper Page Text
Wednesday, MarcK 9, 1910.
DAILY AEIZONA SILVER BELT Pajre Five ST WM OVATION IS PLANNING FOR ANGELENDS "Will Be Shown (Hobo and Globe District to Best Advantage MAY PROLONG STAY OVER GIVEN TIME Will Arrive at 8:30 on the Morning of Saint Pat rick's Day Owing to tho fact that tho visit to this city on March 17 of tho Los Ange les chamber of commorco delegation is scheduled to bo but four hours in length but may bo extended to as much as eight hours, if tho plans of tho local business men can bo carried out, some thing of on clastic program of enter tainment was arranged, at last night's session of tho chamber of commerce, called to tnko up this matter. One thing is certain, tho Los Ange les visitors will bo given an enthusias tic reception and will bo mot with an expression of that good fellowship which characterizes Globo and Globo's people. Just what will bo done for tho entertainment of tho visitors will de pend greatly upon circumstances. The delegation is to arrivo hero at 8:30 a. m., Pacific standard time, or 9:30, city time, on St. Patrick's day, by u special train. Tho program as far as has been decided upon is as follows: C. C. Mallard and Gcorgo A. Maiik, as a committee, will meet tho special train nt a convenient point in tho val ley, and during tho balanco of tho trip into this city, will learn something 'of tho wishes of tho visitors. .This action will be taken to determino how many of tho visitors desiro to spend a part or all of their timo meeting local busi ness men and how many aro desirous of taking a trip over tho Globe district. On tho arrival of tho special, tho vis itors will bo met by a big delegation of members of tho chambor of com bers of tho chamber of commerce, head ed by a brass band. Automobiles will bo in waiting to bo placed at tho dis posal of tho visitors and it is probnblo that they will bo conducted to tho chamber of commerce, where a short address of welcome will bo given. Nnturally a mtinbor of tho Los Ange- --------- i- - i - i - . - Co k3 i cial : By Edna EASTERN STAB Whito Mountain Chapter No. 8, Or der of tho Eastern Star, met last even ing for tho regular monthly social meet ing, which proved a very pleasant event. Ono candidate, Mrs. Cathorino M. Wilson, was initiated into tho dogrecs of tho order, with all tho attendant ceremonies. The officers woro their now robes for tho first timo during these ceremonies, -which wero made very im pressive. A commltteo was chosen to oxnmino tho by-lnws of tho chapter and report any revision or amendments which they deemed necessary at tho next meeting. After tho business session, hot cof fee, dainty assorted cako and bon bons were served and an informal social hour was enjoyed. EAGLES WILL GIVE A BALL (Tho Fraternal Order of Eagles, Globo Aerie No.i 191, will give a grand ball sonio timo early in May. If elaborate preparations aro any indicntiun, this ball will bo ono of tho most brilliant affairs of tho season Tho arrangoment committees are already preparing for tho event, although tho dato has not been definitely decided. No expense is being spared in their efforts to mako it a success. . ffhe Ladies' Aid society of the Pres- ouNce. WpEs MANB&U M , CHICAGO I Mil les visitors aro making the trip for the purpose of promoting their business interests and will spend much of their timo with local business men. Others will desire to visit the mining dstrict and ample provision will bo made for their entertainment. It is practically assured that every automobile in this city will bo donated for the use of tho visitors. If rigs aro necessary, they will bo on hand, as Dick Barclay has offered to donato his entiro livery outfit, if necessary. While tho ollicial itinerary of tho Los Angeles visitors calls for a stop of but four hours in this city, tho itinerary also calls for stops of ono hour each at Howie and Uonson. It is believed that these two stops can be cut out entirely or practically .dispensed with and this timo given to a visit of tUs district. In any event, tho schedule is not en tirely ironclad, and it is hardly likely that when the Los Angeles visitors see Olobo and realizo the importance of this city and tho surrounding district that they will bo content with a short visit, but will remain hero for a sufficient length of time to becomo well acquaint ed with tho entiro district. Colored Citizens Will Take Active Part in Coming Campaigns At a meeting of colored voters hold last night, plans wero formulated for tho organization of a political club among the negro residents of this city. This political organization will take part in both tho city campaign which is now on, and tho county campaign to bo held during tho coming fall. For tho present, the club will have its head quarters at tho colored Baptist church. Tho following officers wero elected at tho meeting: S. N. Liddell, presi dent; A. C. Frazier, vico president; H. A. Lewin, secretary; William Lewis, treasurer; William Kay, chairman ex ecutive committee. Additional details regarding tho organization will bo worked out at a meeting to bo held later in tho week. Mound City Paints are bettor. Wlul ley Lumber Co. ARIZONA WOOL IS POPULAR IN EAST Brings Good Prices in Bos ton Markets BOSTON', Mass., March 8. The ar rival of samplo bags of tho now Arizo na clip aroused interest in the local wool market and dealers arc looking to tho west moro and more earnestly. Ari zona sold at Co clean and it is un derstood that Nevada growers aro holding for 25c on tho sheep's backs. Old stocks aic low and in small demand. . - ii - n - - - i. - w - iv - M - .fv'w - inAor.ruiirij'ijijijfLn.i - Circles Surerus Hasse bytorian church has secured the room in the rear of the Gila Valley bank, formerly occupied by Wilson & Wayne, for the Easter salo to bo held Satur day afternoon and evening. The salo will bo mado an attractive affair. Thero will bo an npron booth, a delicatessen booth and several other kinds, and as an added featuro of en tertainment a silhouette picturo booth and other attractions will be provided. MID-WEEK SERVICE Tho regular mid-week service of tho Presbyterian church will bo held to night at the residence of Mrs. D. E. Pierce, 421 South Hill street. It will bo necessary for tho net in come of tho contest at Dreamland to night to be sufficient to pay tho round trip faro of two people to Tempo, or Globo will have to go unrepresented at tlio territorial contest. Watch for Sultan Brothers' display of Men's Furnishings, the greatest ever shown in Globe, and prices to suit. Opening at Fort's Thursday and Fri day, March 10 and 11. McElroy for paints. Encourago tho children by pationiz ing tho Declamatory contest tonight. A ICING m VOTERS row COMPLIES WITH ALL PURE FOOD LAWS Makes the Baking Sweetei'5 Lighter Always works rifiht NO FAILURES Costs YOU Less WO TRUST PRICES 25 Ounces for 25 Cents BEST AT ANY PRICE or your money back HIS AFTER SUITABLE L Negotiations Under Way for Lease on Young Property on North Broad If a movement now on foot is carried out, tho Salvation army will securo new barracks in this city within n short time. It was learnedi yesterday that the local ofiicers of tho army wero on a still hunt for new quarters and that ac tual negotiations wore under way to secure tho storeroom recently vacated by Oscar Ingram, on North Broad street, in the building owned by War ren Young. While negotiations have not been closed as yet, this location is much desired by the Salvation army. and a leaso may be closed within a short time. In tho opinion of tho army officers, the present quarters aro not only inad equate, but their location is not con sidered to bo as good as would be the case with a room located further north on Broad street. At tho location which is being figured on, tho second floor may also be secured, furnishing a large meeting and reading room, on the first floor, ah well as sleeping rooms and ofii cers quarters on the second floor. If this property is secured, it is probable that sleeping quarters will bo provided for a small fco to thoso who would otherwise bo colnpelled to sleep in saloons or other public places, thus carrying out a plan successfully operat ed in larger cities where tho floating element is much greater. Opening at Fort's Thursday and Fri day, March 10 and 11. McElroy for glass. NEWPORT DAWDLERS TO ATTEMPT FLYING Wilbur Wright Makes Sales at Famous Resort NEWPORT, P. I., March 8. This fashiortablo summer colony ill go in for flying, according to Wilbur Wright. "W-rifrlit 1ms mndn nrranfnments for ihn nct-nllishiiinnf nf nirshin headouar- tcrs at Newport during the summer mid says ho intends to bring a uozen per fnWn.1 nmpliiiina linro mnnv of which have already been sold to members of the summer colony, no win not di vulge tho names of purchasers. A large aviation park will bo prepared. MISS MILLER TELLS 10 Demonstration Lectures at Iris Theater Are Well Attended A large number of the progressive women of Globo attended tho lecture and demonstration of scientific cookery at tho Iris theater yesterday afternoon. Miss Anna V. Miller, who is conducting the lectures, is a very capable lady and her lectures are very interesting and instructive. The subject of her lecture yesterday afternoon was "Gaseous Fuel," and sho brought out some very interesting facts in connection with the intelligent use of a fuel that is one of the most convenient obtainable. After the lecture proper she demon strated the prepartaion of tho follow ing dishes: Broiled beefsteak, maca roni, and ham an gratin and baking powder biscuits. For these dishes Miss Miller gave excellent recipes and show ed just how to go about preparing them in the most scientific way. After the dainty foods had been cooked they were served to tho ladies present so that they might judgo of their merits not only by their appearance but by their flavor as well, for according to tho old proverb, "The proof of the pudding is in the eating." At her leeturo this afternoon Miss Miller will discuss "Breakfast and Luncheon Dishes," with the reasons for their being used as such and their especial nutritive values. A number of ilishoa appropriate for breakfast and luncheon use will be prepared and af terwards served to tho visitors. The lecture will begin at half past two o 'clock. AVnteh for Sultan Brothers' display of Men's Furnishings, tho greatest over shown in Globe, anj prices to suit. Opening at Fort's Thursday and Fri day, March 10 and 11. Concrete walls. Globe Brick & Con struction Co. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are safe, suro and reliable, and havo been praised by thousands ot women who havo been restored to health through their gentle aid and curative nroperties. Sold by all drug gists. LOVERS of good health should prevent sickness instead of letting themselves get sick and then try to euro it. So long as you keep your liver, bowels and stomach in a healthy and active condition you won't get sick. Ballard's Herbino re lieves constipation, inactivo liver and all stomach and bowel troubles. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. SALVATION OCT! H 0 W GQOK If You Want Is the Golden Opportunity vs&ir Two Bundles of Dimples to Be Given Away in Globe Tomorrow Night Who wants a baby? Aro there two homes in this city which havo never been gladdened by the artless laugh of a dimpled, bright eyed youngster and the patter of lit tle feet or cooing of a tiny voice? (Thero aro two healthy little young sters in this city who want homes. They can't ask for them, for they havo not as yet reached the stage where asking can be manifested except by tho custo mary intuitive means known to every baby, but the Solvation Army is ask ing for home for the little ones and they will bo given to someone on Thursday night. This is not a josh, but simply an at tempt on tho part of the big-hearted officers of the Salvation army to find homes for two little unfortunates who have no homes of their own. They aro bright youngsters, too, tho little ones who will havo new parents after tomorrow niglht. They should make any babyless home happy and thoy should have no troublo in rinding just such homes as they aro capable of making happy. Brigadier General Wood of El Paso will bo in charge of the special meet ing at tho army hall, at which the babies will be given into ne whomes. Ho will conduct services both tonight and tomorrow night and as he has the reputation of being a magnetic speaker, both meetings promise to be largely at tended. If you have a soft spot in your heart for babies, if you want a rosy cheeked youngster in your home, don't forget tho meeting tomorrow night, for two homes in Globe will be gladdened on that occasion and two homeless babies will cease to bo orphans. Will one of thcin bo your baby? FIFIYlFWlES I Trail to Wellington Estab lished and Rapid Work Accomplished WELLINGTON, March 8. At the last count, fifty-five bodies had been taken from the avalanche ruins. The trail between Wellington nnd Scenic is now well established an 1 'todies are being sent out soon after their removal from the ruins to Seattle or Everett, most of the dead railroad men having lived in the latter city. Among tho bodies found today were those of H. D. Chantroll of Vancouver, B. l, an immigration official, and Fred Bohn of Seattle, a mail weigher. There are two unidentified bodies in Seattle and ono on the way to that city. It is expected that tho track eastward will bo open tomorrow. CORONER WILL PROBE SEATTLE, March 8. As soon as all tho bodies have been extricated from tho avalanche debris at Wellington, Coroner Snyder will hold a searching inquest to discover the cause of the disaster. Tho guests at Scenic hotel will bo asked to testify concerning tho state ment that the Great Northern permitted forest fires to rage on tho mountain sides last summer without making an effort to extinguish them. The fires, it is alleged, destroyed tho growth which in past years has prevented snowslides. The coroner will inquire into the statement that on February 28 a meet ing oi passengers iiem wuu represeiiia tives of tho Great Northern asked that guides be sent to take the passengers down the mountain. All tho passengers who attended the meeting are dead except Henry White, a traveling salesman. Trainmaster A. It. Blackburn, who is said to have le fused to seend workmen to guide the passengers, was killed by the ava lanche. MORE BODIES RECOVERTD WELLINGTON, Idaho, March 8. Sixty-two bodies had been brought out of the avalancho ruins when work closed .'at dark tonight, leaving more than fifty in the gulch. AGAIN DECIDE Jeffries-Johnson Battle to Be Held in Emeryville Is Latest Advice SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March S After a week's indecision and negoti ations and more or less control o tweeu tho joint promoters, it was defi nitely announced this evening by Tex Hickard and Jack Gleason that the Jeffries-Johnson forty-five-round cham pionship battle on July 4 will bo held in tho arena within tho racetrack en closure .of tho California Jo key Club at Emeryville, Alameda county, just across tho bay from San Francisco. MINER KILLED BY MISSED HOLE SHOT GKASS VALLEY, Cal., March 8 Drilling into a missed hole in a shaft in tho Empire mine here today, Frank Chapelon was instantly killed by the explosion which followed. Thomas Weatherhead and Joseph Saunders were AKEN 01 bcriously hurt. a Baby Here SUDDEN DEATH OF WEALTHY BANKER William Mitchell Suddenly Dies at Chicago CHICAGO. March 8. William Mitch ell, one of the founders of tho Chicaco & Alton railroad and a largo holder of bank stock in Chicago, died suddenly today whilo preparations wero being mado for tho celebration tomorrow of his 03d birthday. Heart disease was tno cause. In tho Illinois Trust & livings bank, which ho helped to finance and of which his son, John J. is president, his ho'fi ings are estimated at $0,000,000. .lohii Mitchell, his son, who left Pas adena, Cal., tonight to attend his fntfl( er's birthday celebration, was notified on tho train of his death. THROUGH TRAFFIC SOON TO RESUME Espee to Send Trains Over Nevada Today , SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 8. Through traffic between San Francisco and Ogden, which has been interrupted for a week by slides and washouts in Nevada, will be resumed tomorrow, ac cording to an announcement mado to night by the Southern Pacific company. WEATHER BULLETIN WASHINGTON, D. C, March 8. Forecast for Arizona: Generally fair Wednesday and Thursday. WrtAWWiW.A Prominent People in the Public Eye AAAWWji CYPRIATJO CASTRO. NOTICE The books of tho former proprietors of the PALACE LIVERY STABLES having been closed, and to nvoid the further expense of the employment of a bookkeeper, we kindly request all parties indebted to us to call at tho tgrmer ollico and settle their accounts. SHUTE & IIIGDON. Fully nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism is simply rheumatism of tho mus'clos due to cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism, neither or winch require any internal treatment. All that is needed to afford relief is tho free application of Chamberlain's Liniment. Givo it a trial. You aro certain to be pleased with the quick relief which it affords. Sold by all druggists. PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to euro any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed ing or Protruding Piles in 0 to 14 days or money refunded. 50c. ( zi HI March Records WBk H arc here. HB m Gome in and y&m I EIPUT see our m 1 Null I New Victor B I B Victrola m f 1 F. L. Wightman m fjgk MUSIC DEALER MM 3 Hi ix IpI 8 "fifH The MUMmfflmt? 1 Co - !7"13OTJ23S A.V M .oTTTnAr R. -vj ll-j f i KaMKBOB Majestic Theatre New Pictures Tonight Two Shows Every Night 7:30 and 8:30 Admission 15 and 25 cents PROGRAM CHANGES MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY RALPH MABT1N, Musical Director. QUINN BROS. - Managers TONIGHT! ONE NIGHT ONLY Declamatory Contest Six High School Students AT DREAMLAND Proceeds to be used to send the winner of this contest to the Territorial Declamatory Con test to be held at Tempe March 12th. Everyone who has the welfare of our city at heart should attend. General Admission 25c Reserved Seats 50c JAMES COCHRAN, Pres. BEN JONES, Manager. ARIZONA INVESTMENT CO. See us about a nice corner, two lots for $325, and a three-room house for $G50; and if you want 10 acres good agricultural land with water for $2,000, Only five miles from Globe. Also a gold property in the Grahams. &- Office 177 No. Broad. ' PHOTOS Smith's 493 .NORTH F. L. JONES & SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers Office Cor. Broad & Oak Res. 346 S. Hill St. TELEPHONES Office: Black, 84; Eesiderre, Green 84. m Buy a COUPON 1'ICEl money on your ice bill. We will sell for CASH, Coupon Books for ice to be delivered in quantities of Less than 100 lbs. at - 90c per 100 lbs. 100 to 1000 lbs at - - 75c per 100 lbs. 1000 and over at - - 60c per 100 lbs. AH ice sold from the wagons without cou pons will be at the rate of one cent per lbs. PROMPT SERVICE FULL WEIGHT COURTEOUS TREATMENT Deal Id St Phone 446 BY Studio BROAD ST. BOOK and save E 9 ers ice an Globe, Arizona