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Tuesday, May 10, 1910.
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Pago Three FREE SCHOLARSHIP A B '"" ' ' v. :. . . YOURS FOR THE TRYING A 'to ' : ' ' .. Jrv i- - -ft , i,u 1 M'.. , i ti m, " tf UK i -T. Pi wirvfi ji 7T ' ii 1 ,1 1 Wi&- ffisai ...iv t aW .n.9.. ' -if ,1. .. " , ' V - ' ' " SCHOLARSHIP in either the Stenographic or Bookkeeping Departments of the Arizona Business College will be GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FEEE to the young man or woman writing us the best letter containing rea sons why a business education is absolutely essential to a successful busi ness career. There are positively no conditions attached to this offer than that you must be a resident of Arizona and not a stenographer or bookkeeper at the present time. Make your letter short and to the point, using only good plain English, not to exceed one hundred words, and deliver it in person to the office of the Arizona Busi ness College, Globe Office Building, Globe, not later than 9 o'clock Thursday even ing, May 12th; if a non-resident, your letter must be postmarked not later than May 12th to be considered. Students already enrolled are eligible, and if successful, any tuition already paid will be refunded. All letters received will be turned over to a committee of three of Globe's prominent business men and as soon as their decision is rendered scholarship will be issued. This scholarship will entitle the holder to all the privileges of either the steno graphic or bookkeeping courses of the school. The student may attend the. day or .night sessions and remain until fully qualified for a position. Ask yourself this question: "Can I afford to pass this by, when a few minutes' thought may place me in line for A BETTER CHANCEA BRIGHTER CAREER?" The one who SUCCEEDS is the one who KNOWS. An A. B. C. scholarship spells .SUCCESS. i j -' ' "n ; r- I ' ' ' ! 'V " v ;& W , ' t , - - vs '.?&..;' -. i Telephone Main 262 c ARIZONA BUSINESS COLLEGE GLOBE OFFICE BUILDING :: POSTOFFICE BOX 808 ::. GLOBE, ARIZONA Brief Territorial News liisbep EukIps held fheir nnnuiil ball Friday evening. . vass conducted by the Uisbeo board of trade moro than flvo hundred names have, been added, to the federal census, Mrs. T. O, fhnn of Navajo eounty lias been committed to tho territorial asylum' for tho insane. ' Tho fair commission ilans to offer a prize for an automobile raco from Tuc on to Phoenix at tho time of tho an nu'al territorial fair this fall. ,At a mass liicctlnjj "held in HUbeo tdo other evening over $3;000 wns prom ised for the financing of a big Fourth of July celebration to bo held in that city. As the result of tbe secondary can- Pablo, champion runner of tho Santa Rosa reservation, won tho marathon race at tho Cinco do Mayo celebration at Tucson. lleports como from Mesa that indica tions for a good cantaloupo crop this year aro excellent. The acreage, liow ovor, is unusually small, probably not exceeding two hundred acres. Tho new ico and cod storage plant at vBouse, which is being built to supply tho entho A. & C. district, will be fin ished and ready for operation before tho end of tho week. t Georgo S. Tyncr was nrrcstcd in Phoenix last week on advices from Bill ings, Mont., where he is wanted on a chargo of having used tho mails to defraud. On April 30 tho Roosevelt dam was 03 per cent finished. There then re mained 12,000 cubic yards of masonry to bo laid, and the contractor expect to completo tho work by tho last of June. StrcetSuperintondcnt Pat McCulIoug of Bisbee has been indicted and ai rest ed on five counts cliargiug conspiiacy to receive bribes and embezzlement -while in ofiice. Bail was fixed at $10, 000. Ordered doportcd because of his be ing insane aim imagining that everyone is talking about him and conspiring to kill him, Olaf M. Nillson wll bo taken ifrom Tucson to Boston, Mass., at which port ho entered this country, and ship ped back to his mother lnnd. Juan Quiuones, a Yaqui hanger-on around Phoonix saloons, has been bound over to tho .grand jury for taking a 25-cent piece fiom an eight-year-old boy and getting caught at it. He will prob ably go to tho penitentiary for a two bit piece. Let "STARY" Make that Suit for You IT COSTS NO MORE TO GET ONE OF STARY'S HANDSOME TAILOR-MADE SUITS THAN IT DOES A READY-MADE Spend Your Money Today Where You Are Fully Assurred of Being Highly Satisfied THERE is certainly a great de.nl of satisfaction when ordering a suit in knowing positively that wli en you put it on and start down the st?cct you are one of the best dressed men on the pub lie thoroughfare. You feel that you are perfectly fitted and your mind is contented. "STARY" the tailor, sends his customers from his store with this feeling. lie takes pleasure in helping you pick out u piece of goods that suits you and then places his Guarantee on the fabric that it will aire you the wear. If you have ideas about the way it should be made up'he will follow them, and if you want something strictly up-to-the-minute he will make it from the celebrated John J. Mitchell plates, which arerecog nized the world over as the perfection of fashion plates. "STARY" will not permit a suit to go from his store unless the fit is absolutely perfect and your money is counterfeit if you think you can pay for a suit at his place that is not entirely satisfactory. Come in and look over this elegant assortment of the esason's most beautiful patterns. BHHtHHHHMHH n n-Fm msSSmm- i 'J. UfW,i Plw'T VSmS 9 vw Qtary The Tailor 472 North Broad St. Globe, Arizona Tred Chavez, a Mexican youngster picked up by officers while loitering in tlAj rnil'road yards of Williams the other day, tolls a strange tale of having been kidnRped by an unknown man at Al buquerquo and placed in a moving box-' car, trom winch no did not escape until ,ho arrived in Williams. A four-nionths-old baby of Mr. and Mis. Sam Troutman of Tucson died the other day after being given a dose of soothing syrup. The coroner's jdry found that death had been caused by the soothing syrupt which contained opium. , On the 15th day of .Tune Phoenix will vote to decide whether she will issue I forty-year bonds to tho extent of $400,-' 000, bearing interest at tho rate of not more than 4M; per cent, for the pu'rpose of constructing a municipal sower system. i A contest' of tho town election at tho newly incorporated town of Wiekcn burg has been started in the Phonix district court. C. W. Pratt, defeated candidate; for alderman, asks for a re count of the ballots, alleging several technical defects in the e.ection and that unauthorized persons were tallowed to vote. Side by sido in their last long sleep, ' the bodies of Miss Margaret Matheson ' and Harvev Huches wcr buried in the I evergieen cemetery at Bisbee. Hughes murdered tho girl, who was working in 1 in fltnrua in 'i Hwlipn thpnfnr mill flimi ' committed suicide. Miss Matheson was with the Heed-Arbucklo company, which played a long engagement hero a few i months ago. , Walking into tho probate court in Phoenix with as little concern as if ho was paying a friendly call, Edward Gil bert surprised tho court by requesting that ho bo sent to the insano asylum. Ho said he felt a spell of insanity com ing on and was afraid ho would do some one inju'iy. Ho has been in the asylum three times- before and his request will bo granted. Tucson newspapers compliment Page and Pickens of Globe, who won the rock dulling contest at the celebration I Thursday, for rendering assistance to their opponents ami coaching them in their endeavors to beat their sturdy Globe opponents. This only goes to show that theio was no petty jealousy or fear of being beaten in the minds of the Globo boys. W. P. Phillips, who claims his resi dence as San Francisco, is in a hospital at Williams sufforing from a broken collar bone and other bruises and cuts, which he claims to have received while walking in tho railroad yaids at Wil liams, when someone stepped up behind him, hitting him a jolt that rendered !... nn.niicfitmia nti1 inliorinir lnm nf 1 lulu um.""- .! ..v. ...w....f5 " 2o0 in monej. His story is doubted by the ollicers. VARICOCE LE RUINS MEN There's only ono way to cure Varicocele without the knife. That way is to help naturo euro it. You can do this by applying Ajax, together with special Varicocele At tachment, for a few hours every night. Tho powerful but soothing current drives put tho stagnant blood and strengthens the swollen veins. If you are a victim of this blighting scourge you must not fail to investigate my method of elec tric treatment. Ajax is a dry cell body belt re quiring no charging in, vinegar or other acids. FREE ut ou '"s Coupon and bring' or mail it to us for our free book about Ajax. THE AJAX BODY BATTERY CO. THEUAX BODY BATTERY Co. Dept. 5, Ajax Building, LOS ANGELES Send descriptive matter about Ajax. Namo Street or Pox . City ... TALKS OF TWENTY YEARS MORE FOR. SPEAKER CANNON WASHINGTON, D. C, May 7. 4 .aunon celebrated his beventv- 4 fourth birthday today. Tho Hh fr nois delegation picscnted him with a huge bouquet of American Beauty roses, seventy-four in all, fr one for each year of his life. Representative Jtainey made the Dresent.ition sneech. cnncrmtulntinir the speaker upon tho fact that he 4 had long ago lived down the chargo that ho was growing -old 4 and prophesying for him twenty $ $ years more of active life. 4 Tho splendid work of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets is daily coming to light. N.o such grand remedy for liver and bowel troubles was ever known before Thousands bless them for curing constipation, sick headache, biliousness, jaundice and indigestion. Sold by all druggists. MIAMI DEPARTMENT MIAMI, eleven miles from Globe, Is now the terminal of the Gila Val ley, Globe &. Northern railway. It has a postofflce, express office, telegraph office and a three-trip-a-day train service with Globe. Three months ago Miami had one house; It now has two hundred. Miami has a population of 600. Tho population of Miami district U 2,000. In the Miami district are the Miami, Warrior, Insplraton, Keystone, Live Oak, Cor dova, Boston-Miami, Cactus, Gibson, Duquesne, Schulze Group and Cole De velopment copper mines, with a capitalization of $30,000,000. Miami Is the distributing point for these mines. The Miami mine now employs 600 men, with a monthly payroll of $75,000. The 'first month's freight receipts at Mi ami were over $10,000. Miami Is growing rapidly. All lines of business are represented. It has a weekly newspaper, The Miami Messenger. Many business opportunities aro still open. It Is predicted that by January i, 1911, the population will bo 3,000. , 7 Miami Business Directory MIAMI DAIRY WILKINS BEOS, Props. Dairy Products Deliver ed Daily MIAMI, ABIZ. . The Miami Saloon and BOOMING HOUSE The place to meet your friends. JOHN FITZPATICK Do you want anything moved from Globe to Miami? If so see me about It If you want water,I haul it. C. H. CAPPS MIAMI S. ABRAHAM MIAMI, ARIZONA STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 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 Fine china, candies, leather goods, novelties, tobaccos Sporting goods. The Stationers G. S. VAN WAGENEN & CO. i