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Tuesday, April 2(5, 1910.
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Page Five Quinn Bros. Matinee Today, Quinn Bros. Stock Company Opening in "SHALL WE FORGIVE HER" A Play Full of Heart Interest iLjijr el lk managers ,--- Pictures and Illustrated Songs Two Shows 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. UNDER MANAGEMENT QUINN BROTHERS Seats on Sale at Maxson's HP IIP1 A HPF ITS ni IIMM TU17 A TPT y j3 ocial : Circles By Nora Hefley ODD FELLOWS' ANNIVERSARY The annual celebration of tlio T. O. 0. F. was held in tlio loilj,'0 rooms last uvonintf, find n moat interesting iirogrnm was enjoyed by those riretoiit. Tlio regular ritualistic service was conducted, by Messrs. Slack and How nrd, -at tlio conclusion of which u prayer was read by the chaplain. The address of tho evening was dolivered by llev. Cory, who presented u most forceful and eloquent talk on tho ob ligntidns of Odd Fellowship as set forth in their doctrine of tho trinity friend ship, lovo and truth. s Immediately after this nililtfoss, the following program was rendered: Vocal solo, "A Dream, (Bartlctt), Mrs. Pat ton; reading, "A Country Lawyer," F. D. Smith j duett, "Hoses Kissed by the Sunshine, (Harto), Mesdames ArkllN and Hammons; piano solo, "Sonata," (Beethoven), Miss Vinton. Each number was highly appreciated, tho musical selections bring presented by some of tho best talent in the city. Tho lmmoroii's reading by- Mr. Smith evoked much appreciative laughter and was heartily encored. Dainty refreshments of ice cream, cako and cofTeo wore nerved and n most delightful social evening was en joyed. PICNIC TO THE FINALS Tlio following people enjoyed a pic nic last Sunday neactho old stamp mill in tlio Finals: Mnrjorio McGrath, Grace Crows, Leona Vincent, Hnttlo Green, Irene Weller, Visa. Green, Alice Sutter, Willie Kellner, Lester Vincent, Hoy Melrus( Alton Grabo and Sanford Coglan. Somo of tho young people possess ex ceptionally swee't voices, which echoed among tho hills in happy song. Games and stories mndo tho day pass quickly. After eating an appetizing lunch served in regular picnic style, all started on an exploration of tho neighboring hills an.d canyons. This tramp terminated on reaching a mountain stream, in a "wa ter light," which in no wiso dampened the ardor of tho explorers, for they were in excellent spirits on reaching camp. Many pictu'res wero taken which will preserve tho pleasant events of this day. On tho return home a stop was made at a Mexican ndobo and an excel lent supper of tortillas nnd beans was indulged in. A more enjoyable day -could not have been conceived. CLUB MEETING Tho meeting ot tho Girls' club last evening with Miss Fannio Pattou was devoted entirely to plans for a picnic to bo g'von next Sunday. Limberger Hock was selected as a de sirable placo and the Kelsey tally-ho is to bo engaged to convey somo of the girls, several preferring to ride out. Kacli girl is to contribute a certain deli cacy to tho lunch, so as to insure variety, and each ono -is to furnish her awn ilishes. As additional assurance of a good time, nnd to provide for a refreshing "dip," bathing suits are to be added to the required paraphernalia. Tho club adjourned after the serv ing of delicious refreshments, and the next regular meeting is to bo held with Misses Dockstader and Ticvillian of Fast Cedar street, j, SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION A Sunday school convention, com posed of representatives from Sunday schools of the different denominations in Graham and Gila counties, is in progress at Safford. Tho Methodist, Presbyterian and Bap tist Sunday schools of Olobo nro rep resented bv Miss Obert, Hev. Cory and I!ov. Williams. Much good is expected from this'joint discussion of religious training for thq young peoplo of Arizona, and it is safe to predict that the inspiration received at this convention win effect a more united and harmonious effoit toward the education of tho voting along thoso lines that lead to nobility of character. EASTERN SThR TO MEET The Eastern Star will meet this oven ing at tho Odd Fellows hall and the regular business meeting and an initia tion will bo foljowed with a carefully selected program, consisting of musical numbers and readings. Tho guests lor tho evening will bo Mrs. lieorgo (Jlney, grand worthy nm tion of Arizona, Mrs. iunch and Mrs. Anderson of Safford, who come heartily welcomed to this visit to tho local chap ter. After the program, all will retire to a confectionery parlor, wliero lefrcshments will be &orvcu. A(JTO PARTY An auto narty consisting of Mayor and Mrs. Kinney, Mrs. Marie Durning, and Mr. .Too Bandliauer rcturnod yes terday afternoon -.om Hooseelt. A ery pleasant trip is repotted. . WEDNESDAY CLUB TO MEET Tlio Wednesday club will meet tomor row afternoon with Mrs. M. L. Naquin of East Globe. A most instructive pro gtam has been planned. Illlil! WE ORE IS OPENED ON WILLIAMS Rock Running 32 Per Cent Copper Struck at 600 Feet in J)epth ORE IS EIGHTEEN INCHES IN WIDTH Williams Shaft May Be Sunk' Deeper as Result of Late Developments SAFFORD NEWS BUDGET MRS. W. D. FRENCH, CoWeaponden SAFFOHD, April 25. In a special election held hero today for tho purpose of 'voting on the granting of a franchise to furnish water to Safford 'by a com pany recently formed for tho purpose, the tranchiso was granted by a vote ot 67 to 59. E. T. Ijams came, in n few days ago from Tombstono on a homo visit. Mr. nnd Mrs. Swift, tho parents of Supervisor T. T. Swift, were incoming passengers Saturday afternoon from Iowa. Mr. nnd Mts. Swift will make an extended visit in Safford. . Ulysses I. Taxfon returned Sunday from El 1'aso, whero ho had gono to consult an eyo specialist. Will Going and sister loft for north ern Arizona yesterday morning. O. B. Binson ot Tucson has been installed in tho Safford telegraph ofGco in his place J. Beam of Globo was a business visitor in Safford Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Houndcy came up from Globo with J. L. Brown Satur day in his new Overland car. Mrs. Gus Shcppard was an incoming passenger from Globo Sundav morning. She will visit friends in town this week. Tho ball game between tho Academy and Safford teams playctl in Athletit park Saturday nftqrnoon closed with a score of 0 to 1 in favor of Saffoid. E. Anderson of Tucson was a busi ness vibitor in town Saturday and Sunday. 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 whore you can get puro ico cream delivered to your homo on a moment's notice. Pints, 35c Quarts, 70c Gallon, $2.00 Special rates on largo quantities. W. V. Hcynolds of Globe was in the valley Saturday. Wiley K. Jones will leavo in the morning for Clifton on legal business. On his return he will go to Mexico for soveral months to look after land interests which ho owns there. Tho Hov. D. C. Williams, pastor of tho Baptist church at luobo, camo in this morning to attend tlio Sunday school convention being held today at the Baptist church in Safford. At tho afternoon session of tho con vention, Hov. D. C. Williams was re elected president and Rev. B. F. Davis secretary and treasurer. Miss Obert of Globo was present and took part in the discussions on various topics. J. M. Foster was substituted for a lntmber to bo supplied by the Rev. II. 1 Cory, who was not able to bo present. Mt. Graham Lodgo No. 24, T. O. O. F., accompanied by Morning Star Lodge No. 20, Daughters of Rebckah, marched from their lodge room to the M. 13. church Sunday morning, where a spe cial anniversary service was conducted by the Hev. F. D. Gardner, chaplain of tho lodgo. Tho church room was crowd ed and the service an impressive one. The Layton choir went to Lebanon yesterday to assist in tho service held there. Mrs. Robert Patteison is quito ill. Saturday afternoon tho social life of tho town was enlivened by a whist ptfr t3' given by Mesdames ,1. Newton and Joseph Stratton in honor of tho Katy did Whist club. Tho scoro card took tho shape of an umbrella, to ward off April showeis, and miniature Japanese parasols wero used as favors. Sovcn quintettes created a jolly atmosphere and the afternoon hours sped quickly. Mrs. Berry Foster, holding tho highest score, was presented with a pretty sun shndo. A special meeting of tho mem bers of tho club was called for Tues day afternoon at Masonic hall to dis cuss plans for giving an evening party at which the husbands and sweethearts of tho members will bo tho guests of honor. CONDUCTOR SAYS HE KNOWS MURDERER Identifies Man Who Hold Up San Francisco Car SAX JOSl-3, Cal., April 25. Charles Chleften, confessed muulercr of Might Watchman Whyhark of Santa Clara, was identified today by Conductor Michael Fitzgerald of San Francisco as the man who held up his car near tho Presidio the night of Januao- 10 last, and shot inul killed Motormnu Fred Smith. Fled Wagner, a witness to the holdup and shooting, will also be btought hero to identify tho pusoner. What may prove to be a very impor tant strike of high grade oro was made Sunday on the 000-foot level of the Wil liams shaft of the National Mining 13x ploration company. Ore averaging 32 per cent copper was struck in a crosscut driven southwest at a 'distance of about fifty feet front tho shaft. This crosscut encountered the hanging-wall of what appeared to be a largo fault over a week 'ago, and since that timo tho crosscut has been driven through fnu'ited giound without touching the foot-wall. The oro as it appears in tho pres ent face of tho crosscut, is about eigh teen inches wide and consists of high grado carbonate. It is not generally believed that the main vein lias been btruck. As the present vein dips south ward, it is apparently not the Black Hawk vein, as the latter has a norther ly dip wliero opened by 'the Eureka shaft, located on the adjoining prop erty of the Arizona Commercial Copper company. The lode matter through which the crosscut has been driven for the past week contains nearly fifty per cent iron, slightly less than two ounces of silver, and less than a half ounce of gold to tho ton. Tho finding of oro on tho foot-wall side of tho vein is a repe tition of tho Arizona Commercial's ex perience in developing ere in the Black ilawk lode. In view of the tecent development, it is likely that tho Williams shaft will be sunk to a greater depth and that cross cutting for exploratory purposes will be done at gt eater distance from tho sur face. It is not likely, however, that this work will be undertaken until the present GOO-foot level has been greatly extended. PERSONAL MENTION J. M. O'Rourkc of Roosevelt is in Globe on business. G. W. Steinmctz of Roosevelt arrived hero yesterday on business. County Assessor R. E. Merritt is in mkclmnn on oiucial business. Master Frederick Navo is reported as being quito ill with measles. Mrs. A. . Shcppard and daughter are visiting with friends in Safford. Mrs. I. E. Solomon of Solomonvillo is in this city visiting with relatives. J. T. Harrington, manager of tho Lost Gulch United Mines company, is in town on business. E. F. Kellner returned to this city Sunday night, after spending somo time on tlio coast. Engineer Frank II. Probert left yes terday tor ijtsbeo and other southern points on business. B. Britton Gottsberger, general man ager of the Miami Copper company, camo in last night on business. John Sullivan, a former resident of this city, who has been in Denver for some time, lias returned to this city. T. C. Fewell, .representing the Under wood Typewriter company, is in this city looking after the interests of tlio company. BY 1010 Mrs. R. D. Kennedy Thrown from Machine and Pain fully Bruised Thrown from an automobile while to turning from Phoenix with her husband, late last week. Mrs. R. D. Kennedy is suffering iiom painful contusions about tho arms and shoulders. Dr. and Mis. Kennedy visited Phoenix by automobilo and while returning, the machine was jolted so violently that Mis. Kenned v was thrown to the ground. The machine was not-tr cling at a rapid rate of speed at the time and no bones wore broken. Mrs. Kennedy is confined to her home as the result of her injuries, but is ex pected to recover within a short time. HUNTINGTON WILL RETIRE TO VILLA LOS ANGELES, Cal., April 2-j. Henry 11. Huntington, head of tho great trolley system radiating from tins city, returned trom the east today, and an nounced that he would retire as soon as his country illn, now being completed, is turned over to him. Woman Who Resigns Secretaryship for " Wife of'Taft 0 &v .jft. Wi. v'.Kl ''Uy N ' VJ ! A .mzmt?. . K-i&r.sf fc" mW . -v t ' i i V ? VI -ult i' -' ft " 'f 1 '.M;' N- & " t-A I, A " j" !' w; ?: --, j i -t XVrst-t I -v vr MARY IXSPIJSRS WASHINGTON, D. C, April 23. Seventeen days as private sectetary for Mrs. Taft and the oflicinl career of Miss Mary Dandridge Spiers conies to a sud den end. Win- no one knows. Mjss Spiers refuses to make public at pres ent why she has gone back to the war department as clerk. The wife of the president will not discuss the matter, but friends of Miss 'Spiers declare a statement will be issued before the first of the month explaining the mys tery. Peerless steam washer saves money, labor and time. VVWSVV.WVtfSAAVWVWW BASE BALL NATIONAL LEAGUE At New York R. H. E. Brooklyn -I C 1 New York .-, .'! 8 2 Batteries: Rucker and Bergen; Wiltse and Myers. At Cincinnati R. II. E. St. Louis 8 (5 0 (.Cincinnati - 3 7 4 Batteries: Bacliman and Bresnahan; Spade, Covaleski, Casper, McLean and Roth. At Philadelphia R. II. E. Boston 5 10 3 Philadelphia 5 ! 3 (Game called in ninth; darkness.) Batteries: Brown, Mattern and Giahant; Moren, Schlettlcr ,nnd Dooin. Pittsburg-Liiicago, wet grounds. AMERICAN LEAGUE At Boston R. II. 13. Philadelphia 4 4 0 Boston 2 12 2 Batteries: Atkins and Thomas; Wood, Hall and Carrigan. At Washington H. H. E. w York " S 0 Washington 2 0 3 Batteries: Wnihop, Quinn and , Sweeney; Obcrlin and Street. At Cleveland R. II. E. Chicago 2 it 1 Cleveland 0 3 1 Batteries: Smith and Payne; Bcrger, Beniis ami Easteily. i At St. Louis H. II. E. St. Louis . . (i 10 (i Detroit .... .'5 8 2 Batteries: Bailey, Waddell and Stephens; Willett, Pernoll and Stnnage. COM TTEE WILL ADVISE FOR CITY HIGH SCHOOL Outlying Districts Reject "Idea of Institution for County At a meeting of the high school com mittee of the chamber of commerce, to bo held within tho next few days, a re port will be adopted recommending that a city high school, and not a union high school, bo built in this city, according to information secured by the Silver Belt yesterday. Tho proposed city high school, ac cording to tho plans of the committee, will cost about $30,000' and not to ex-, cced $55,000, a structure of this class being considcied sufficient for the pres ent needs of tho city. Although it had been the committee's idea to build a union high school which wou'ld accommodate Miami and Copper Hill as well as Globe, it is hardly probable that this plan can bo carried out; at the present time. The residents of Copper Hill do not feel that they can meet the expenso of a union high school at the present timo and Manager B. Britton Gottsberger of tho Miami Cop per company has informed the commit tee that at the present time that com. pany cannot assist in high school con struction, having already pledged itself to assist in graded school work at Mi ami. The outlying districts have taken a similar stand in the matter and for the present time at least, tho campaign will bo for a city high school. Later the outside districts may assist in the work of maintaining the proposed new school. Tlio committee will probably meet tomorrow night, at which time prepara tions will be made to biing the high school bond issue before tho public. JOHNSON IS FLESHY Colored Scrapper Shows In different Form in City of Mormons SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, April 25. Jack Johnson appeared tonight in a theater hero and sparred four rounds Ho seemed a little lleshy, but in fairly good form. Tho scales gave his weight as 224 pounds. Johnson will be a partaker to a lim ited extent of the aesthetic diet pre scribed for Jeffries by Joe Choynski. The Johnson party will resume its journey west tomorrow evening. GLEASON PLEASED AT FIGHT OUTLOOK Says Manv Special Trains Will Head West SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 23. Jack Gleason, who, with Tex Rickard, is promoting tho Jeffries-Johnson heavyweight championship fight at Kin eiyvillo on July 4, artived tonight from the east, where ho has been on a busi ness trip. Gleason was pleaded at the way in which certain sports are enthusing over tho prospective event and says that many special trains will come to the coast bearing spectators. In making bakeu or boiled custard, scald tho amount of milk to be used and set aside until cool, then make your custard and bake it as usual; it will be perfectly smooth. It is said that fish is .delicious if, when fiyiug, it is diped into milk in stead of egg befoto rolling it in the crumbs. HOME CURE FOR ECZEMA Does it not seem strango that so many peoplo suffer year in and year out with eczemal A 25-cent bottlo of a simple wash stops the itch and will surely convince any patient. This wash is composed of mild and soothing oil of wintergreen mixed with thymol and glycerine, etc., and known as D. D. D. Prescription. Wo do not know how long tho D. D. D. Laborator ies will continue the 25c offer, as the remedy is regularly sold only in $1.00 bottles and has never before been put on the market on any special offers. If you want relief toniglit try a bottlo at 25c on our personal recommendation. Palace Drug Oo. Pencil marks may be often remove-1 from white paint by rubbing them gently with bread crumbs. A Skin of Beauty is a joy Forever. tWDHMMMMIII I MHHBnMMHMI iK. I. i-eux oouraua s unpniei I W U , . . Wl ... Of.. ..&. . WO M hi . W I . Removes Tan, rimplc., Freckles, JIuth ltlches, Rasb. and Skin Difaefl, yv ana every Diemua wj) on beauty, and ile ne5 uciccuon. 11 ha stood the test of 62 reira, and ta eo liarm!es e tastelttobeftureit is properly made. Accept no counter felt of eluitlar i ame. Dr. L. A. Savro tald to a lady cf tbe haut ton U pitlentM "As you ladles will use them. I rccummend 'faOuramln Crentii' as the teaH harmful of all the euin preparation.- f or eaie oy ail arupgit-iB ana r ancy Goods Dealero In the United States, Canada and I'.uropc FERB. T.HOPKINS, Prop, 37 Greal Jones Street. laifoi. E 8 l-j rN E2-3 Bs:s The Rosary PHOENIX, ABIZ. Phone: Eed 8131 Cut flowers for all occasions. AMEKICAN BEAUTIES Our specialty. Mail orders given prompt attention. h MADE J5YJHE51J BAN CIGAR C2,DENVER,COLO JBKSXaSEGIE WRESTLING ATCH M at DREAMLAND TONIGHT SPORTING Goods Shells and Cuttlery Base Bali Goods Fishing Supplies G S. VAN WAGENEN & CO. W. D. Eeading J. F. Crampton E. W. Weinmann THE PEERLESS MEAT MARKET We have pleased you in other markets aud 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 tho busi ness center. Ono of tho 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. Wo sell and rent typewriters of all makes. Call and seo us. ,rfi"V,,r yX'i71 Office 177 No. Broad. THE ST. ELMO Sydnor & Sterns, Props. The Finest of Wines Liquors and Cigars We handle only the Best Quality Goods 474 North Broad Street JL H XV o WN WANTS YOUR BUSINESS i Fire Insurance, Real Estate Loans and Bonds AGENT FIDELITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION LET ME BUILD XOU A HOME ROOM 21, GLOBE OFFICE BoILDING TELEPHONE AIAIN 177 GLOBE, ARIZONA i i