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Sunday, April 24, 1910.
DAILY ATUZONA STLVTCR RTCTT Pajrc Five TI4I7 A TO 17 Quinn Bros OjL A i Kti Managers Matinee Today, Quimi Bros. Stock Company Opening in "SHALL WE FORGIVE HER" A Play Full of Heart Interest Pictures and Illustrated So ngs Two Shows 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. UNDER MANAGEMENT QUINN BROTHERS Seats on Sale at Maxson's THEATER -f V Cocial : Circles ! kr By Nora Hefley SURPRISE PARTY Little HubIiio liilcy of 429 Cuprite street, received a most pleasant surprise Friday night, when a numlier of joiing friends came in unexpectedly to spend tlio ecnmj,'. Tlioso enjojinc tins informal part were: Misses l'nnnio'Howden, Imcile Tenibv, Itena MiCnllon, Carrie McCul Ion, Manilla Tanner, May Ajjnew, Mary Kdwards, Nellio Murphy, Lena Kdmon s.on, Adia Williams, Marguento Wil hams, lletlica McKce, Jeanetto llishop, Ruby Penman, Mamie Rilley, Helen Rilley, Annio Doris, Florenco Trovethan, Leona Warren and Masters Scott Smith, Paul Crunk, Sidney Kller, Ar thur Williams, Raymond Tcmby, Her shell Mt'Koll, Robort Penman, George Agnew, Wilbo Wilson, GeorRO Green, Kvorett L'dmonson, Lloyd Kdmonson, Gilbert Watson, Grantle Warren, Al bert Johnson, Prank Johnson, Charles Davis, Willio Davis and Earl Daws. After playing games on tlio lawn, refreshments of eako, lcmonado and fruit were served and all dcp.u ted ex pressing to their littlo host thoir ap preciation of his hospitality. PYTHIAN SISTERS' DANCE The danco given Inst evening at Dreamland was a most pleasant culmi nation of tho play "Isabel, Tito Pearl of Cuba," prosentcd under tho auspices of tho Pythian Sisters. Immediately after the show, tho floor was speedily cleared by Manager Alex ander and between seventy-flvo and a hundred couples remained to enjoy the dance. t Tho Dreamland orchestra on'tdid itself on this occasion, and although many of th dances have been larger, none have been more delightful. 4 AUTOISTS R. B. Hegardt, accompanied by Mr. and Mts. Snell, Mrs. J. N. Robinson and Mr. Georgo Moore, formed a most pleasant auto party which left yester day morning for Florence SAFFORD NEWS BUDGET MRS. W. D. FRENCH, Corresponden SAFFORD, April C'.C. .T. Pollard and family loft lor Maluu Friday aftor noon, where, they will hvo foi the pies ent. Charles Morris returned to Globe ji's tcrday afternoon. A. T. Colton returned from Howie, where ho had gono on business, yester Hay morning. Mrs. Perry Sow ell and infant return ed yesterday from an extended visit to her old home in Texas. It was baby Sow ell's first glimpso of his ptpa, P. C. Anderson returned to dole after spending tho dny with his sister-in-law on tho Petor Anderson ranch west of town. Miss Eva Piatt loft yesterday fur Geronimo, whero sho will visit friends I for sovcral dnjs. . I President and Mrs. Andrew Kimball of Thatcher loft yesterday for Globo, I "where Presidont Kimball will dedicate a new chapel today and hold conference. Mrs. Cynthia Layton accompanied them and will look after the interests of tho primary association. A. A. DoWitt returned to the valley from'Salt Lake City Thi'isday after noon. Georgo Ev'crest and his sister, Mis. R. B. Clark, left for El Paso yesterday morning after several days visit with their niece, Mrs. A. T. Colton. Charles La ton returned homo from Salt Lake City Thursday afternoon. Mr. Luyton stopped off at Tucson, Douglas, Hisbeo and other points on business. L. 1 Vaughn, formerly county clerk, RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE AND RESPECT To tho Noblo Grand, Ofllcers and Members of Rescuo Lodgo, No. 12 Independent Order of Odd Fellows. We, yotii committee appointed to draft resolutions of condolonco and re spect on the death of Brother Hugh Leonard Higdou, icspectfully submit tho following: City Ice Cream Parlor L. N. MARX, Prop. Across the street from Brown's Store Manufacturers and Distributors of all kinds of Ice Creams & Sherbets Tho only placo in town whoro you can get pure ico cream delivered to your homo on a moment's notice Pints, 35c Quarts, 70c Gallon, $2.00 Special rates on largo quantities. EASTERN STAR OFFICERS TO MEET All olhcers of tho Eastern Star are earnestly requested to meet nt the Odd fellows' hall this afternoon at 2 o'clock, Tho meeting is of especial itn portanco and a full attendance of the ollleial stair is expected. Mrs. Georgo Olney, grand wot thy matron of the Eastern Star in Arizona, will bo in tho city Tiusday to visit the local chapter and it is desired to mako her visit as interesting and pleas ant as possible. Plans will be nindo this afternoon to develop a distinctive, social featu'ro for Tuesday evening. M'MILLAN OUTING PARTY An outing party composid of Miss Carno rullerton, Miss Elizabeth San tee, Mr. Charles Kumko and Mr. Robert Andrus, with Mr. and Mrs. MIeibcrt Wnodnntd of popper Hill as diaper ones, loft esterdav moining for Mc Millm. Tho plans were to spend part of the timo with ft icnds and to mako a visit to the. cliff dwellings near by. All ex pect a pleasant trip and will return to tho city this evening. TOURISTS FOR ROOSEVELT Quito a number of Globe peoplo took advantage of tho porfect weather es torday and left town for excursions to the lulls or valleys. Among the num ber, was Mr. George Rose, accompanied by his mothci, Mrs. Rose, Miss Maude Hose and Mrs. Mallory. They touied to Roosevelt for tho day and repoit a most delightful trip. ",. PUEASURE JAUNT Dr. and Mrs. Spates and Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Drown will leave this morn ing on a pleasure, jati'nt to the Pmals. The day will be spent in rest and re laxation so needful at thi timo of tho year. A moio perfect flay could not have been selected and all epect to return to this city refieshed by their communion with nature. moved Wednesday from Solomonv ille to his fonner homo in Duin.an. Mi. Vaughn is editor of tho Duncan Ari oni.m. W. H. Young was an incoming pas senger from Stockton, Cal , csterday. E. T. Morton of Clifton, is a business visitor in Safford. Moro new hay sheds mo being erect ed to house this season 's crop. 0. H. Carnco has completed two now barns on the "Dig Ranch" at Solomonvillo and ono for Den Mau'ei ve,st of town. Ho will also build ono on tho Massey lanch south of town. Grain hay is being cut and baled. A few fanners ato cu'tting alfalfa, but tho mam crop will not bo leady until tho last of April. Chris. Madscn is just appealing in public again after a lecent critical op eration. Peter Anderson will return tonight fiom a business trip to Dow'ie and-Will cox. Many of tho Safford school bo8 are picnicking at Thorp's Ranch today. Rev. D. 1 Davis of tho M. E. church will begin tomorrow evening a series of talks to men. The first will bo "La bor;" May 1, "Capital:' May 8, "The Remedy." Safford is plaing a ga,mo of base ball today with tho Academy team in Athletic park. Tho Layton Sunday school gave a danco last night at Amusement hall in Thatchei which was well attended by valley people. The music by tho Gila Valley orchestia was much enjoyed. Whereas, Tho Sovereign Grand Mas ter ot tho Supremo Lodgo on High has summoned from our midst to tho Sil prcino Lodgo above tho spirit of our bolovcd brother, Hugh Leonard Hig don, and When as, Each member of Rescue Lodgo keenly grieves in bereavement of our loss and sympathizes with the relatives of our departed brother, theie fore, bo it, Resolved, That while we bow in hum bio submission to the divmo will of God of tho universe, wo feel sorrowful and mourn. As a brother in Friendship, Love and Truth, ns a citizen and friend, and father and husband ho was loved and greatly esteemed. In memory of him, let us strive to make life brighter to this community for his having lived an exemplary life. Resolved, That the relatives bo con ' soled by tho assurance that tho memory of ou'r departed brother will ever bo cherished in loving remembrance by each brother. Resolved, That our charter bo diaped in mourning for a period of thirty das, that theso resolutions bo spread upon tho minutes of this lodgo and that a copy bo presented to his children so dear to us, as our sinccro utterances and that tho sumo bo published in the daily paper. EUGENE MIDDLETON. ALE-X. SIMPSON. (Seal) JAMES BELL. R. II. Linn is building saddles second to none. You don't need to send abroad for a good saddle. Opposite Park Bros, butcher shop, North Broad. Nevet take a hot bath in tho moining unless it is followed by u cold sponge, or ou will catch cold (INS TAKE LEASE M II THEATER Legal Proceedings Will Be Dropped as Result of Agreement As the result of an agreement reached esterday between Mrs. Chailes T. Mar tin, owner of tho Martin theater and Quinn brothers, who have managed that theater since its opening, Quinn biothers havo taken a lease on the theatei and the legal proceedings instituted by Mrs. Martin to ou'st them havo been dropped. Tho matter was taken up betoie Judgo Lewis in chambers esterday, but as tho interested parties had already come to an agreement, tho injunction suit filied by Mrs. Martin was not prosecuted. Whilo the terms of the leaso weic not nindo public, Quinn brothers secured a two j ears' lease on tho theatei at what they consider to bo a very satis factory rental. It was stated yesterday by Manager Quinn that he was moro than pleased with tho putcomo of the affair, as he was bettet pleased with the present leaso than he had been with tho pait neiship contract upon which business had been conducted in the past. PERSONAL MENTION F. P. Green and wifo of Miami ar rived hero last night for a short visit. Manager Re.vnolds of the Western Union office is in Safford looking after affairs of tho company. Superintendent C. C. Mallaid of the Ariaona Eastern left esterday moining for El Paso, on business. Mrs, . Craig of Pima arrived here last night to visit with Mi, and Mr.s. Harry Leo of this city. Deputy Sheriff Eugene Shute has re turned to this city after an extensive trip through tho territory securing wit nesses for the grand jury. W. C. Roundey and J. L. Brown left this nioriiing'for Yiflord. The trip was occasioned b the sale of an automobile which will bo delivered to parties in Sallord. EXPRESSION OF GRATITUDE How absent are words; how imito the tonguo when tho heait is filled with gtief, and overflowing with giatitude and thankfulness. For tho many kind nesses shown us, the words of comfort and consolation spoken during our re cent sad bereavement, wo desuo to ex press our full appreciation, but cannot find words with which to pavo. tho avo nuo of expression. Accept in lieu a plain thank you' and ma our lives con vey to you moro fully our real .topic ciation. MR. AND MRS. E. L. HIGDON. MRS. NELLIE HAVERLY. F Oldfield Clips Fifth of a Second From Mile Time in Bay City SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 23. Oldfield lowered the coast automobile track record for a mile by 1-5 of a second on tho Inglesido course when ho dashed around tho oval in 52.12 seconds in his 200-horsopower Benz car before a crowd ot 4,000 people. Ben Kersch er's mile was done in 54.90 seconds, in a Darrac(j. Although Oldfield took the two mile event on the card in his Knox from Kerscher in 2:1.").C8, the race was con tested again at the end of the piogram on account of tho fact that Kerscher 's Darracq balked at tho start m tho first run. In the second try Kerscher led and won in 2:02 90. Tho 10 mile, free-for-all was cap hired by Oldfield from five other com peting cars. TRAVIS DEFEATS OPPONENT IN GOLF Wins Final Cup Over Cham pion Ilerrcshoff LAKE WOOD. N. J., Anril 23. Wnl ter Travis of Garden City won Uio chief cup in tho final round of "the open golf toi.Vnamcnt at tho Country Club of Lakcwood today, defeating Pred K. Herrescholl of Westbrook, who won the tournament over the sanio courso last fall. Travis made tho round in 79 as against 82 for Hcnesclioff. in boxes lined with newspapers and a fovv pieces of cotton, saturated with turpentine, should bo put in tho corners of the boxes to keep out tho moths. The Rosary PHOENIX, ARIZ. Phono: Red 8431 Cut flowers for aU occasions. AMERICAN BEAUTIES Our specialty. Mail orders given prompt attention. RECORD OR BARNEY BASE BALL NATIONAL LEAGUE At PHILADELPHIA R..H. E. Boston .. 0 4 5 Philadelphia 4 8 1 Battenes Richie, Brown and Smith; McQuillen and Doom. At PITTSBUTiG R. II. E. St. Louis 4 8 .'! Pittsburg 7 (i 1 Batteries Harmon and Bresnahan; Camnitz, Moore and Gibson. At NEW YORK R. H. E. Brooklyn 4 .5 2 New York: 5 5 7 Batteries Bergor and Etwin; Ames, Drii'ckee, Crandall and Mers. Chicago Cincinnati ganio postponed. AMERICAN LEAGUE At BOSTON R II. E. Philadelphia 5 10 1 Boston 3 11 1 Batteries Plang and Livingstone; Cicotto and Carngan. At CLEVELAND V. H. E. Detroit r 11 0 Clev eland 0 7 5 Batteries Mtillui and Stallage; Mitchell, Joss, Kostnei and Claike. At NEW YOKK R. H. E. New York 0 2 0 Washington 0 3 1 Six innings. Batteries Vaughn and Sweeney; Walkei and Streit. ALEXANDER IS GRATEFUL Owing to my inability to see pci sonally all my friends and say "thank ou" for the liberal support given mo at tho primary election, I am using tho Silver Belt as a medium through which to express my gratitude. If elected to the offico of city clerk, and I now feel confident of victory, I assuro my ftiends nnd supporters that the confidence im posed will not be abused. Respectfully, CHAS. A. ALEXANDER. McElroy for wall paper. V made bytheCUBAN CIGAR C2,denver,colc Base Ball GLOBE VS. Copper Hill For the third time this season the Globe nine will meet the Copper Hill baseball team at School Hill Park Sunday afternoon. Globe has defeated Copper Hill in two games. BUT Copper Hill scored a strong victory over Miami last Sunday, with a rejuvenated team. Can the Hill boys put one over on Globe Sunday af ternoon? Globe says NO! Copper Hill says YES ! Come to the game, Mr. Fan, and see for yourself who wins. It will be a fast game, no matter which team.wins. All of the old favorites and some new players will be seen In action. Don't be late, but come early and see all the fun. You won't go away until the last run is scored. And don't forget that the game will be called at 3 o clock JDlk3 RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE On the nineteenth day of Anl, ia' teen ten, Our circlo chain was broken agnn, When the Angel of Death, likt a pine, white dove, Entered our midst from the home above And took Sovereign Dollie lligdnu nwxy To that better land, wlic o i-onic sweet day iiVe hope to meet her ou tt t dear, bright shore, To hvo and lovo and to part no more. Tl ercfore be it Resolved, That the Woodmen Circle, Cactus Grove, No. 13, extend to the sorrowing ones ou'r heaitfe't sympathies in this dark hour of sorrow. Mn He wjio doeth all things iv the best, com f )rt them, especially those deal chil 1 rH, who have lost tho sweetest nvi dearest of all earthly possessions. Mother oh, word that makes tho home. - 'i'.i.' loss is 0r- . t ir w.-s a precious, devoted, never tiring mother. May the All wise Ruler of tho Uni i' lomfort the a w 'U lie ! u e ihu somo bright day there will be a sweet and happy leiiuiou in that home whero lovo and pence abide foicver more. Resolved, That in the death of Sov ereign Higdon, the Grove has lost a sweet, good member, who will be great ly missed; a woman who possessed ev cry quahtv to eer lead us onward and upward, and hei untune! death has spread a gloom and Sidness over all, but Hie mommy of this deal one will ever be held in sweet remembrance b each of us. Resolved, That while we, as devoted soveieigns, bow in submission to His divine will, we can but soirotv for our loss. As sovereign and friend she was ono to love and esteem. Out circle is broken but our loss is her gain. In memory of her let us stuve to make life brighter and better for those liv ing. Resolved, Therefore, in token of our esteem for ou'r departed sister, we ap propriately drape our charter for thirty days, present a copy of these our most sincere utterances, to the family, spread them upon the minutes, and f urn ish same to The Tidings and to the daily paper for publication. ROSA A. DA VIES, LENA NESBIT. W. R. READING. iRoHer SKATINGl TONIGHT at DREAMLAND IIC FLOOR Dreamland will bo open afternoons, 2 to 5, and evenings, 7 to 10, every day this week for Skating, except Wednes day and Saturday. Admission Free Dances - - 10c. SPORTING Goods Shells and Cuttlery Base Ball Goods Fishing Supplies G. S. VAN WAGENEN & CO. W. D. Reading J. F. 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 'zzammmmmmmmmmmmmaMmmmammmmammmmammsmmm 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 be let. All information rela tive to these propositions and some more can be had at our office. We sell and rent typewriters of all makes. Call and see us. Office 177 r THE ST. ELMO Sydnor & Sterns, Props. The Finest of Wines Liquors and Cigars We handle only the Best Quality Goods 474 North Broad Street L. H. BROWN WANTS YOUR BUSINESS Fire Insurance, Real Eslate , Loans and Bonds AGENT FIDELITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION LET ME BUILD xOU A HOME ROOM 21, GLOBE OFFICE BoILDING TELEPHONE MAIN 177 GLOBE, ABIZONA fRfur HIV I ) I ujl-JMaaJ No. Broad.