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.Friday, April 22, 1910.
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER RTCLT Pago Five Tonight at 8:30, Quinn Brothers' Stock Company In That Stirling American Drama "ST. ELMO" . A Play that is an Unqualified Success. Quinn Bros. Managers Pictures and Illustrated So ngs Two Shows 7:30 and 8:30 p. in. UNDER MANAGEMENT QUINN BROTHERS Sea ts on Sale at Maxson's THEATER QUINN THEATRE -i I, Cocial : Circles J By Nora Hefley BIRTHDAY PARTY On yesterday afternoon, Miss John nlo Satclioll, tho littlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Satcliell, celebrated her oixtl. liirtliilnv iinniversarr with a party. Tho following little friends wero in vited: Florence l'ort, Marion Hurd, Paulino McCarthy, Helen McCarthy, Klizabeth McCarthy, Virginia Slmte, Marjorio Morehcad, India Smalloy, fleraldino Uigler and Master Ueorgo itawlins. Such games as blind man's buff made tho afternoon nass morrily. A "candy egg" himt added variety to tho games. Candy eggs wero hidden and tho child ren started on a tearch. Tho child re ceiving tho largest number of eggs ro ceived a box of candy as a prize. Dainty refreshments wero served tho guests receiving tiny birthday cakes as favors. Many presents wero given as tokens of childish lovo nnd all departed with wishes for many more such happy days for their charming littlo hostess. MACCABEE CAKE SALE Tho Ladies of tho Maccabees will liaviwa cako salo Saturday afternoon at tho Old Dominion store. Tho salo will begin at " o'clock p. m. and those wish ing to purchase should como early. Theso ladies have no need of protesta tions of tlioir culinary powers as the public lias often proved tho quality of their pioducts it will always bo a question of quantity, not quality. INTERESTING (WILD MEETING The meeting of tho St. John's Guild yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Judge Lewis was universally well attended. As a lesult of plans discussed nt this meeting, tho clufrch is to bo painted, botli inside and outside, and new pews are to bo installed at an early date. 4 RECITAL Miss (lortrudo Vinton is planning a lecital which will take place near the eloso of school. Much interest and en thusiasm is being aroused among her pupils, who embrace somo of the best musical talent in the citv. . ! . j..2.ft$.....$..$a$'.$ PERSONAL MENTION CENSUS IH WILL ANGIEN UNI FOR I Enumerators in Kansas Dis trict "Will Assist Aged Parents in Search II! T FIELD OF OE I San Jacinto Battlefield Is Given Over to Texas as Public Park HUTCHINSON, Kan., April 21. Kv- HOUSTON, Texas, April 21. Tho prv censuti enumerator who began tho , battlefield of San Jacinto has been work of taking tuo census in tho big dedicated to Texan valor. As tho San Seventh district carried with him a Jacinto Battlefield .park it was today personal memorandum from Census Sup-1 formally committed to the keeping of tho state. Tho dedication was attended ervisor J. U. nrown or jiuiciunson 10 aid in locating a long-lost boy. Tennis Stollings, tho aged father, who lives at Mammoth Springs, Ark., has secured permission from Consu's Direc tor Durand to ask this favor of Super visor Brown. Dick Stollings is tho nnmo of tho young man for whom a hunt will bo mado by tho census enum erators throughout southwestern Kan sas. Tho father, now past 70, has been hunting for his boy for several yoam. "When ho was a mcro lad tho family lived in Witcliitn, and tho last heard of tho boy was that ho had been employed on one of tho big ranches of southwes tern Kansas. This was fivo years ago. Now tho father intends to find his son if ho is still in this territory, and unaided, ho has elicited tho help of tho govern ment. Census Director Durand wrote to tho father that he could not, official ly, have this search made, but that ho would requ'est Mr. Brown to mako in quiry, through his several hundred enumerators. In tho letter received from Stollings ho said: "Tho honorable E. Dana Durand, director of tho census, gave mo your address to enable mo to invoke your important assistance to find tho address of our only sou, born at Tinallinge, Community of Baflo, Province Gronin gen. Netherlands. His nanio is Dcrk atollinga, but ho may spell it Derrick Stollinger. "Dick is his familiar nanio. Our son is well educated, sober, polite, n, good talker, and is nt homo anywhere in the central west. AVo lived at AVichita in tho winter of 1881-82, when wo camo from Netherlands, and our sou was thero a fow years ago. Hoping that you will have a fathorly sympathy with old patents past? 70 and grant us grac iously your unique help." To test butter, take a clean piece of white paper, smear a littlo of tho but tcr on it, roll tho paper up and set on fire. If the butter is pure, tho smell will bo rather pleasant, but if it is mado up wholly ir m part of animal fat it will smell like tallow. by interesting exercises which were conducted in tho presence of a largo tlnong of visitors: Tho battle of San Jacinto, which de cided tho fato of Texas, was fought seventy-four years ago today. It fol lowed a year 's campaign that was a succession of disasters and cold-blooded butcheries by Santa Anna's orders ot Texas soldiers. The battle was fought at n point a short distance below tho junction of Buffalo Bayou and the San .lacinto river. The Texas troops wero under tho command of General Sam Houston, who, though severely wounded, never left the field until 'tho battle was over and the victory complete. Santa Anna was captured and his army practically annihilated. The result of tho battle and tho suc cess of tho Tcxans was that foreign rulo was driven back to tho boundaries that now confine tho Mexican republic. From that battle California camo into the Union, together with tho vast terri- , tory which intervenes between the Pa- cific and tno plains of Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee and daugh ter returned from Solomonvillo last night. Attorney C. L, Bawlius returned from Solomonvillc last night, after a two days' visit. J, O'Neil and wife returned to this city last night alter visiting with friends at Fort Thomas. Attorney .. M. McCollum, who has been attending court at Solomonvillc for several days, returned to this city last night. Mrs. Charles Davis nnd mother re turned to this city last night, after vis iting with friends in tho valley. Mr. Davis accompanied them. E. A. Macon, traveling freight and passenger agent lor the Itandolph sys tem, left for territorial points yester day, after .spending a few days in this city. Mrs. Mollie Selchow who has been seriously sick at tho county hospitstl, is greatly improved and Mrs. Georgo Hester returned home last "Bight to Copper Hill. Littlo Helen McCarthy is ill with measles. A quarantine has been ordered by tho family physician and it is ex pected tho, other children will develop cases most any time. GOSPEL TENT ANNOUNCEMENT Tonight, "The Devil Chained" or "The Millenium." Tho devil will bo chained one thousand years. How? When? "Wherof What is the millen iuin? Where will you spend it? Conic tonight. Hear the subject and make your decision. This is a topic of great interest and of special importance to tho world just now. Song service, 7:45; sermon, . EVANGELISTS BOND & NiXON. Cor. Maple and East streets. Lieutenant Cornwallis West, Who Is III in Indianapolis 4 iLmirA iMlfeb ccxjiwalzjis pfeYy BASEBALL -s INDIANAPOL.IS, Ind., April 21. Lieutenant George Cornwallis-AVest of London is ill in a hotel in this city. He has made every effort to keep his identity a secret. AVhilo on his way from Mexico to New York Lieutenant Cornwnllis-AVcst was striclcen with a malady which the physicians have re fused to make pn'blic. Lieutenant C'orn-wallis-AVcst is the husband of the form er Lady Itandolph Churchill, the famous American mother of AVinston Spencer Churchill. SAN DIEGO ORDERS BIG BOND ELECTION Nearly Two Million Will Be Involved in Issue To cook smelts so that thoy will be attractive, fasten tho head and tail together with a toothpick after the fish is diped in egg and crumbs. City Ice Cream Parlor L. N. MARS, Prop. Across the street from Brown's Store Manufacturers and Distributors of all kinds of Ice Creams & Sherbets Tho only placo in town wliero you can get pure lco croam delivered to your homo on a moment's notice. Pints, 35c Quarts, 70c Gallon, $2.00 Special rates on largo quantities. SAN DIEGO, Cal., April 21. An or dinance calling a special election for tho purposo of submitting tho question of issuing $1,000,000 in bonds for tho Panama-California exposition and $881,- 000 for various municipal improvements was passed by tho council today. Tho date of tho election is May 31. STEAL FIFTY CEIT5 Burglars Miss $3,000 When Looking for Savings of Pottsville Man POTTSVILLE, Pa., April 21. Burg, lais who broke into the houso of An thony Gounoman near Cumbola, suc ceeded in getting only 50 cents after a search tluou'gh a number of drawers. A small drawer which contained $3, 000, escaped their attention, though they wero evidently after it. Tho mon ey represented fifteen years' savings. Candlo ends, melted and mixed with an equal quantity of turpentine, mako an excellent polish for floors, oil cloths, etc. It is equal to good beeswax. THE FOOLISH MAIDEN Oavjford So your daughter loves poetry? Crubshaw AVorso than that. She's fallen in lovo with one of those fellows who write it. To clean furniture without dusting up everything in tho loom, cover tho upholstering with a wet cloth and then beat it, renewing tho cloth several times. AMUSEMENTS Edmond Rostand is to write a play with Don .Quixote as the subject. Jane AVheatlcy will be Frank Kee nan's leading lady in "The Cave Man." Ben Greet has received AV. S. Gil bert's fantastic-comedy, "The Palace of Truth." Jefferson do Angelis is to try a new musical comedy called "Tho Jolly Tar." Edwin Milton Boyle's play, "Tho Squaw Man," has been acted two thou sand times. William Norris has changed the name of his play, "Play Ball," to "My Cinderella Girl." Mrs. Louis James, the widow of the once noted tragedian, intends to re turn to tho stago in tho fall. Zelda Seais is to bo a member of a stock company which will play in Den ver, Colo., during the coming summer. Mailanio Hejane is to receive $13,000 for appearing four weeks at the Lon don Hippodromo in a one-act play. Miss Mario Doro's recent venture with "The Climax" in London, being unsuccessful, was abandoned after the thirteenth performance. Mine. Fritzi Sclieff, having entirely recovered from her lccent breakdown, lias rejoined "The Prima Donna" com pany. It is announced that George Broad hurst's new play, "Tho Garden of Lies," is to be-produced by a stock company in Los Angeles, Calif. "Tho Misfit Man," which was pro duced by the Cornell students recent ly with marked success, may be given a professional 'production soon. Sallio Fisher is to have tho leading feminine rolo in the production of "Tho Divorced Bride," one of the recent Vi win a successes, this season. It is now announced that Maude Ad ams will play the title rolo of "Chan- tecler," instead of tho hen pheasant, when the play is produced in Lug lish. . Marguerite Clark lifts been engaged by the management ot tho New Thea ter, New York, for the production next season of Maeterlinck's tairy play, "The Blu'o Bird." eGorge Auger, a vaudeville actor, is more than ciulit foot tall and his principal comedian, Finest Uommell, tho German lilliputian, is less than three feet tall and weighs but toity pounds. Jack Gaidner will play the leading masculine role in "Madame Sherry," in which A. H. Woods will star Linn Abar banell. Mr. Gaidner sang the title role in "Tho Chocolato Soldier." A bill lias recently been introduced in the legislature of Virginia which pro hibits stage performers from singing songs of the "Sammy" older, direct cd at some person in tho audience. During its tour of ten weeks the New Theater company of New York will appear in Philadelphia, Uoston, 1'rovi dence. Now Haven, Albany, AVashing ton, Baltimore, Pittsburg, Chici.go, Kansas City, Sit. Louis, Detroit, Indian apolis, Cleveland and 'Buffalo. THE CIRCUS Acrobat finds it necessary at all times to keep his muscles and joints supple That is tho reason that hundreds of them keep a bottlo of Ballard's Snow Liniment always on hand. A sure cure lor rheumatism, cuts, sprains, sore throat, lame back, contracted muscles, corns, bunions and all pains. Price 25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. BLACK CUT PASSES Landmark of French Restau rant Will Do Duty as Feline Hospital A littlo alcohol on a rag will make windows brilliant. Small whito spots on tlio finger nails may be removed by bandaging them at night with n linen cloth spread with a mixtuio of myrrh and turpentine. In tho morning bathe tho fingers in olive oil. The Rosary PHOENIX, ARIZ. Phono: Red 8431 Cut flowers for all occasions. AMERICAN BEAUTIES Our specialty. Mail orders given prompt attention. NEW YORK, April 21. Travelers on tho Sixth avenue "L" for years missed the Black Cat when the trains halted northbound nt tho Blceekcr Street station. That old landmark was taken down and lcmoved from 551 Wet Broadway to a cat and dog hospital farther uptown, which jt will hereafter advertise. Noted companies passed nightly a dozen yearn ago under the sign "An Chat Noir" to enjoy the epicurean cooking and their bVrn good fellowship. Then tho placo grew less agreeable to its old patrons and the proprietor sold out. Next came homicide to "The Black Cat," and Detective Sergeant William B. AVelsh was fatally shot there January 10, 1003. "Tho Black Cat's' davs were over and there was soon no longer a French, but an Italian restau rant. Then it was only a viaduct house and soon it will be a manufactory of ar tifieial flowers. NATIONAL LEAGUE At Pittsburg It. H. K. St. Louis 4 5 -1 Pittsburg ! 14 1 Batteries: AA'illis and Phelps; Adams, Phillippo and Gibson. At New rork B. II. E. Philadelphia 1 8 0 Brooklyn 0 2 1 Batteries: Moren and Dooin; AVil helm, Barger and Bergen. At Chicago It. H. E. Cincinnati 1 0 2 Chicago . 0 10 1 Batteries: Beebe, Covaleski and Mc Lean; brown and Needham. At New lork T. II. E. Boston 2 :; 0 New York 3 0 3 Battcries:Curtis, Brown and Graham; Marquard, Crandall and Myers. AMERICAN LEAGUE At Boston It. II. E. AVashington 3 0 1 Boston 10 0 1 Batteries: w'alkcr, Groom and Street: Karger and Carrigan. At Philadelphia It. II. E. New York 1 5 1 Philadelphia 5 1 Batteries: lord and Sweeney; Mor gan and Livingstone. At Cleveland B. II. E. Detroit ...- 5 8 0 Cleveland 0 4 I Batteries: AVillets and Stanage; Young and Clarke. At St Louis B. II. E. Chicago 14 5 St. Louis 4 5 1 Batteries: AValsh.and Payne; Lake, Waddell and Stevens. COAST LEAGUE At Oakland It. II. E. San Francisco 0 8 1 Sacramento 1 5 5 Batteries: AVoikle and Burke; Hcister and Conrad. B. II. 12 E. At Los Angeles Los Angeles Vernon 2 2 natterics: Naglo and Orendorff; Hitt and Brown. At Portland Oakland Portland Batteries: Christian Krapp and Murray. It. II. E. 8 !) 0 .. ..3 0 5 and Mitze; Bagpipes in Great Picture Raphael's famous picture of the Na tivity contains a figure that has caused much comment and speculation. It is that of a shepherd who stands at tho Virgin's door playing upon bagpipes. The comments arc usually that Raphael was guilty of a strange blunder, that the bagpipes are strictly a Scottish in strument, and that the "pipes" of tho shepherds wero in reality a form of flute. But the bagpipes are not so exclu sively a Scottish instrument after all, and tho introduction of the playing shepherd into the painting was quite natural in view of an ancient custom that still prevails in Italy. In the lat ter days of tho Advent, just before Christinas, Calabrian minstrels came tho mountains into Naples and Rome. These men play upon pipes very similar both in appearance and sound to those of tho Highlanders. AVandering through tho streets, they pause to play before every slirino or picture of the Virgin, tho tradition being that tho wild music will soothe her until tho birth time of tho Infant at Christmas. They also play before every carpenter shop, be cause Joseph was a carpenter by trade. It is thus quite clear where Raphael got his idea for the piper in his "Nativity." MODERN Littlo Miss Muffct sat on a tuffet, Eating curds and whey: A little bit later A pure food demonstrator Frightened Miss Muffet awaj Life. Mothers can save much trouble if they will run darning otton through the heels and toes of stockings when thev come from the store. McElroy for wall paper. Seventy pages or Illustrated informa tion about Globe and the great Globe district, handsomely bound and a boost for home. Send some to your friends who don't realize the greatness of Globe. Get them for 25 cents each at tho Silver Belt office. McElroy for best painting materials. Roller SKATING TONIGHT at DREAMLAND G 000D FLOOR Dreamland will be open afternoons, 2 to 5, and evenings, 7 to 10, overy day this, week for Skating, except AVcdncs day and Saturday. Admission Free Dances - - 10c. JACK SAYS There aro ninety and nine ways of getting rid of a chaperone and every sjngle ono of them is right. That there are a good many people who have the wolf at their door, only they've coaxed him around to the back. That thero aro three kinds of lit ature prose, poetry and love letters. That if a man is realty in love with a girl he can't quite believe that she loves him. That every food husband is only r lover in disguise. . That it's moro sinful to be stupid than to be wicked. That a very big secret can get out of a very little mouth. Fresh meat may bo kept for several days by sprinkling a littlo salt on it and then wrapping it with a cloth wet with vinegar. When apples are cored for baking a delicious dish may be made by filling the hole with orange marmalade and a littlo butter and sugar. To extract onion juice, cut tho top off tho onion and press the heart with the spoon. Another way is to piess the onion against the grater. TOMMY AND THE AVORM There were only two pieces of cako and three hungry boys upstairs throw ing their clothes on in the race to get down first. Tommy won out and rushed into tho dining room breathlessly. "That's a good boy, Tommy. The early bird gets the worm. Take a piece of cake," said his mother. Tommy looked at tho cake quizzically, inspecting it from all sides. "What's the matter, Tommy i" ask ed his mother. "What aie you trying to do?" "Say, ma, which piece has the worm in it?" he inquired soberlv. National Monthly. Kimball Pianos None Better None More Reason ably Priced Terms to Suit You April Records Now Here F. L. NIGHTMAN SPORTING Goods Shells and Cuttlery Base Ball Goods Fishing Supplies G. S. VAN WAGENEN & CO. 1ADE BYTHfCUBAN'CIGAR C2 DENVER,COLO. W. D. Reading J. P. Crampton E. W. Weinmann THE PEERLESS MEAT MARKET We have pleased you in other markets and can please you in our own. We handle everything in our line. 668 North Broad St. Phone 71 ARIZONA INVESTMENT CO. BEN JONES, Manager. Ono of the truck farms Justnorth of Globe Is for sale at a bargain price, a twenty-room house for rent at $55.00. This is close to the busi ness center. One of the nicest five-room houses in town is to be sold less than cost. A good mining lease is to bo let. All information rela tive to these propositions and some more can be had at our office. AVo sell and rent typewriters of all makes. Call and see us. ,SS3 Office 177 No. Broad. a L. H. BROWN WANTS YOUR BUSINESS Fire Insurance, Real Estate Loans and Bonds AGENT FIDELITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION LET ME BUILD OU A HOME ROOM 21, GLOBE OFFICE BuILDING TELEPHONE MAIN 177 GLOBE, ARIZONA THE ST. ELMO Sydnor & Sterns, Props. The Finest of Wines Liquors and Cigars We handle only the Best Quality Goods 474 North Broad Street fjgm