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SILVER BELT -. Tuesday, May 17, 1910. Page Eight V ' ; vf i "'. Try Any Variety of If not satisfied as to quality, come to us and money -will be refunded. "Y.OU CANNOT BETTER THE BEST" v trt SOLWICO GOODS f p1Xa THE DAtEI FREE! The First National Bank , DIRECTORS 3. N. PORTER HARRY SULTAN Mr. D. FI9K ). P. GREER J. D. COPLEN K E. WJOHTMAN .1 N. ROBINSON CLOTHES FOR CRITICAL MEN Wo aim to satisfy tho mon with particular taste, tho man who wants tho best his money will buy. We make our clothes at homo. They aro madp by hand, made to fit, stylish and to keep shape as long as thoy last. Prices $22.00 and up. All suits for $30.00 or up are mado strictly by hand. Wo, guarantee a flt or re fund your money. In connection wo have the only stoam cleaning plant in Arizonn. If you aro a particular man, como here. Wo can surely pleaso you. iToTKoDyeWorKs Walter & Griffith The Tailors TEL. MAIN 234 385 N. BROAD ! .BRIEF LOCAL NOTES MAXSON'S Tee Cream wholesalers. LOST White English bulldog. Ro Yard. Ralph Martin, care Silver Belt. NEW BARBER FIXTURES Pete Taylor, proprietor of tho Newport Har bor Shop, has just installed a now water stand and mug cabinet, tho same boing a beautiful piece of work from tho shop of a local cabinet makjijr. ALL BEADY The production to bo minn at the Martin Theater on tho night of May 23rd is ready for tho curtain to rise. Somo of tlie, best talent of tho city will bo seen in this produc tion. SAME OLD BLAZE Firo broke out again in tho ruins of McElroy's pnint storo at Hill and Sycamore- strcots at 1 o'clock yest&rday morning, smoulder- ing embers having .communicatee! 10 a can ot vnrnisn. mo iiru ucpitumcui. suuuucu mo names in smm umvi. ' - -j! HURT AT WATER WORKS J. D. Myor sustained a fractuieil hand Sun day, while working at tho new city water well. Tho member was caught between two pieces of timber. Myor ha been in hard luck of late, this be-in- the Miird time within a year that ho has recoived painful fractures. CONTRACT NOT AWARDED Ow ing to tho fact that a quorum could no.t bo secured at a meeting of tho city council yesterday, called for the purpose of awarding a contract for sinking tho city wnter well, no bids wore opened. It is probable that this contract will bo awarded toUay, as numerous bids aro on file 'A CORRECTION Jn a recent isstio of the Silver Belt it was stated that II. L. Way would take activo management of tho Arizona Steam laundry. Mr. Way is president of tho Sanitary Steam IIIIPP Feffty Years gPi H B j&m fflll Made from Grapes Makes the food of superior healthfulness and finest quality OF GLOBE Capital . $100,000 Surplus . $100,000 United States, Territorial, County and City Depositary laundry company and has nothing to do with tho Arizona laundry. Mr. Frcy, tho founder of tho Arizona Steam laun dry, is still in chargo of that cpmpauy and no chnngo whatever has been mado in the management. HOTEL ARRIVALS Julius Wclton, Tucson; E. M.. White and wife, Black Warrior; R. R. Coughlan, Roosevelt; Ira II. Ellis, Boston; Mrs. R. Pringlo and sou, Whcatflelds; W. Buckingham, Los Angeles; E. Herron, Cincinnati; J. , K. McKam, Spokane; R. F. Griffin and wife, Chicago. GOES TO PEN Deputy Sheriff Ralph Sttirgis will leave, this morning for Florenco with Tom Hansen, who was yesterday sentenced to lifo im prisonment for murder. Sturgis ex pressed a fervent hopo last night that ho would not be u party in a holdup on tins trip. BROKE SPEED LAWS Fred Reed and Herbert Reynolds of Miami wcro in court yesteday, charged with having ridden their .lorses at breakneck speed uii Broad stri'ot, Satuiday night. They pleaded guilty and wcro fined $5 each, sontonco being suspended by reason of the former good record 'of the. defend ants and tho fact that it was their first offense. Mound City Paints aro better. Whal ley Lumber Co. t POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CITY MARSHAL I hereby announce myself as a can didate on tho ticket of tho Independent Non-Partisan Leaguo for tho office of city marshal and solicit the support of voters Who desire to see good service in this important office. ( CIIAS. H. WILDE. FOR STREET SUPERVISOR I hereby' announce myself as a can didato for street supervisor on tho Non-Partisan Independent ticket. If olected I promiso to give tho city and .x g a a administrati0Ili - - - HARRINGTON ' NOTICE Globe, Ariz., May 14, 1910. A special meeting of stockholders of tho Arizona Co-Operativo Mercantile company will ho held at tho company store Wednesday, May 18. at 7:30 p. m. Important business. SIMON, KINSMAN, Secretary-Treasurer. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Dr. Lord has opened dental parlors in the new' Sultap block, second floor. Rooms 3 and 4. Phono Main 1C. SOCIALISTS ATTENTION Meeting dates of Globe local changed from Sunday to Wednesday evenings. First and thir Wednesday evenings of each month in Minors' Union hall. Ev- crybody welcome. -rr- . v.'7T:,.'.l?s!r OFMCERS J. N. PORTER, Prest. P. P. GREER, V. Prest. J. N. ROBINSON, Cashier. A. J. McKINNON, Asst. Cashier. G C. SIMMONS, Asst. Cashier. J. T. BROWN. Asst. Cashier. JURY TAMPERING IN POOLROOM BIG Grand Jury Will Investigate Facts Bearing on Tria 1 of Police Chief MORE SENSATIONS IN FLANNERY TRIAL Court Takes Cognizance of Conference Held in San ' Francisco Cafe SAX RAFAEL, Cal., May IC.-Dis-elosures concerning an alleged attempt to influence tho two jn'rors now sit ti'ng in the grand larceny Crial tof Harry P. Flannery, former president of the San Francisco police commission, furnished the climax today in the recent raid of the bogus Sausalito pool room. Judge Lcnnon this morning called a conference in his chambers at which was present District Attorney Boyd and ueorgo a. Anight, chief attornoy for the defendant, Tho reported caso of jury tampering wns thoroughly gone over, and William amum, uio nignt manager ot 1'lan in ban Francisco, was called bef oro tho judge and tho two at-' torneys, and questioned regarding the1 part ho is alleged to havo taken. As a result of the grilling given Elliott and of certain admissions ho is said to havo made, the grand jury of Marin county has been called tq meet Thursday to taKe up an investigation ot this and other cases. Through the efforts of aeonts of the district attorney's and sheriff's offices, it was learned that Henry V. Genazzi, ono of the jurors, had taken dinner last Thursday night in company with an other juW, at n San Francisco cafe of which Genazzi 's sister is proprietor. While they were at dinner, Elliott, it is alleged, entered the cafe and began talking about the Flannery case within their hearing and later joined tho party at the table. Later ho asked a younger sister of Genazzi 's, according to the statement of the girl herself, to ask her brother to "go light on Flannery." A subpoenae has beon imised for Wil liam Genazzi," a brother of tho juror, who was been in conference with Flan nery Thuisday, who later went to lunch with his brother and who was present at the dinner in the San Francisco cafe. A search has been kept up for William Genazzi sinco Saturday, but ho has not been found. Joseph Abbott, ono of tho Sausalito pool room operators, whose confession bcrved as the bas's of tho grand larceny indictment against Flannery, was the principal witness called yesterday by tho prosecution. He told of numerous conversations with Flannery relating to what he declared was an agreement with tho latter to open bu'nco games in San Francisco under police protec tion to be furnished by Flannery. He also declaied that Flannory had precise knowledge of the illegal operations be ing carried in by tho pool room men in Sausalito. Abbott was followed upon the stand l his wife, his brother-in-law, Roland .1 Hazleton, and tho latter 's wife, all f whom corroborated portions of his testimony. Sheriff Taylor of Marie county nl'o testified concerning the raid of the Sausalito pool tooiu and identi fied the gambling paraphernalia cap t'ired at that time. A HAPPY FATHER Is soon turned to a sad one if he hns to walk the floor every night with a crying baby. McGeo's Baby Elixir will make tho child well, soothe its nerves, induce healthy, normal slumber. Best for disordered bowels and sour stomach all teething babies ne.ed it. Pleasant to take, sure, and safe, con tains no harmful drugs. Price "') and 30 cents per bottle. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. COMET DANCE There will be a grand comet dance at Clark's pavilion Wednesday night. Fine music and good program. Spend the time delightfully while awaiting the appearance of tho comet between 11 and 12 o'clock Wednesday night. Clark's pavilion on tho hill, affords fin est view in tho city. Whole tickets THRILLER PUI AT Hero of "The Sheriff" Fin ishes Plot by Killing All His Enemies "The Sheriff," a western drama that exceeds even the most blood curdling tales of tho early frontier inhabitant for realism, opened at the Martin theater Sunda3 The plot of the piece is im possible, but this fact docs not hamper tho production in the least and the acts ot lawlessness which were commit ted on the Martin stage Sunday night before the sheriff took a hand and killed off all the outlaws kept the audience on edge until the end of the hnai act. If tho sheriff, who is the chief fig' lire in tho play, had made a few arrests on suspicion in the first act and had the judge exercise his inherent power and put a few outlaws in jail for contempt of court, as modern methods would make possible, there wou'idn't havo been half so many thrills in the. piece. But the 'judge allows tho outlaws to go on their way rejoicing, the sheriff keeps his gun hand away from his six shootor and as tho result, "the gang" stirs up a lot of excitement before their finish arrives. 'Of course there is a love story in the plot, the girl helps tho sheriff out of several ticklish positions and the sher iff kills all of the outlaws who aie not kilh.nl by someone else or die by their own hand and tyie stage is cov ered with guns while wedding bells aro tuned up to ring shortly after the last act. All of this appealed to the audience and the piece was given a rousing leeeption. Herbert Ashton as the sheriff por trays that part very much to the liking of the audience as does Lily Branscombe as his sweetheart and Bert Foster as the leader of "tho gang." These aTO the chief figures and tho other mem bers of the coinpany who fill minor parts give an excellent interpretation of their respective parts, the piece being well piesented throng ifghout. 15 E Ygnacio Sanchez Caught in Act of Assaulting Five Year Old Girl Charged by numerous witnesses with having attempted to perpetrate a crime of tho most revolting nature against a little girl but five years of age, Ygna cio Sanchez was yesterday held to an swer to the grand jury on a chargeof attempted rape, attcr an examination before Judge Hinsdn Thomas. Sanchez was caught red handed in the act of attempting to assault Felipe Pcdroza, according to testimony given in Judge Thomas' court ycstcrday.i It is elaimed that ho appeared at tho Pedroza homo on Bono street shortly after noon Sunday and began playing with tho little girl. Later he went be neath a porch with her. Ho was ap parently in tho act of attempting an assault when neighbors who had wit nessed nis actions interfered. Tho little girl was uninjured when Sanchez, wns taken in charge by neighbors and held until the arrival of officers. Sanchez had little to offer in the way of a defense when ho was given an examination in court Mid tho testimony against him pointed so strongly to the fact that ho had attempted a crime almost unimaginable in its revolting detai b that ho was bound over to the grand jury. Bail was fixed at $1,000, the defend ant being locked up m default of bond. WEATHER BULLETIN WASHINGTON, D. C, May 10. Forecast for Arizona: Generally fair Tuesday and Wednesday. w Mi SIM DAN BOND t BAP ATTEMPT BIG SAM KEE SALE 1000 Pairs Shoes that sold regularly at from $2.00 to $6.00, at 50c to $3.50 500 Pairs Gloves that" sold regularly at from $1.50 to $2.50, at $1.25 500 Pairs Gloves that sold regularly at from $1.75 to $2.00, at :. 75c ' 500 Men's Shirts that sold regularly at from $1.25 to $5.00, at 40c to $2.50 FLOUR at $4.00 per 100; Sells everywhere for $4.50. The Gila Valley BanK & Trust Co. SS Savings Department in Connection. 4vper cent interest Foreign Exchange at lowest rates. saiety deposit C. E. MILLS, President L. D. RICKETTS, Vice Prest. DIRECTORS H. L. VAN GORDER, : WALTER DpUGLAS TTO IN ECLIPSE OF Spectacular Double Phe nomena "Will Occur Night of May 23 PATH OF WANDERER TRACED IN DETAIL Will Appear in Western Horizon in Evening Af ter Next Friday SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 10. Hnlley's comet has now practically dis-j appeared in the morning sky and today Professor T. J. J. Sec, government as tronomer at Mare Island, issued the following statement in regard to the re appearance of tho comet to the west just .after sunset following tho earth's passage through the tail of the comet on May 18th On May 19, tho comet's head will set twenty-one minutes after sunset, on May 20 the interval will bo lengthened to ono hour and soventeen minutes; on Mav 21. two hours and nineteen min utes; on May 22, three hours and nine minutes, and on May 23, three hours and forty-six minutes. Thus the comet will move eastward from tho sun quite rapidly, and ought to be visiblo in the western sky after May 20. Tho upper end of tho tail may bo visible on May 19, but the moon is then nearly lull and it. is doubtful if it can be seen in tho strong moonlight, Total Eclipse ,of Moon The head of tho comet probably will be brightest on May 20th, but the strong moonlight will cut down the light of the tail, and this difficulty will exist each evening till May 23, when a total eclipse of tho moon will occur and en able us to seo both head and tail of tho comet in the dark sky, for an in terval of fifty-ono minutes. It Is dur ing tho eclipse that we may expect to get tho best view of the comet, and everyone should bo on watch for both tho eclipse and the comet. Tho important elements of the total eclipso of the moon aro as follows: Beginning the totality, May 23, nine hours and nine minutes Pacific standard time. (Middle of eclipse, May 23, nine hours and thirty-four and three-tenths min utes. Pacific standard time. Total eclipso ends Ma23 pine hours and nfty-si and six-tenths minutes, i'a cific standard time. Wi'l Show Full Tall Thus for a little after 9 to 10 o'clock the moon will be in total eclipse and the comet will show both head and tail and full tail above the horizon. On May 23, the sun sets at about seven hours and twenty minutes in the lati tude of San Francisco, and as tho comet follows tho sun by three hours and for, ty-six minutes, tho had w-ill not set on this date until about 11 o'clock in tho evening. EXPECT BRILLIANT DISPLAY PASADENA, Cal., May 10. As tronomers attached to Carnegie obser vatory on Mount Wilson expect to see an unusual electric manifestation in the atmosphero du'ring tho passage of the earth through tlio iail of Halley's comet next Wednesday. They would not be surprised if telegraphic communication would be disturbed. They also say there may bo a rain- of fine dust, resembling volcanic dust. Extensive preparations have been nfa I w I Specials for Today AT Cashier GEO. A. OLNEY R. B. HEGARDT New Busniess Invited. made on Mount Wilson to observe the expected electrical manifestations. According to Professor Babcock, who will have charge of the instruments, the earth will enter the tail about 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon ai!d emerge about Midnight. During the afternoon the miner eHipr mn.v take on a rosv hue. while at night brilliant electric flashes may uo seen. NO OPPOSING IE New School Principal Was Chosen Unanimously for Position , ' Although it was reported Saturday night that in tho election of Professor Ora Staley as. principal of the city schools he was named to that position by a voto of two to ono, it was an nounced by the school board yesterday that his election was by unanimous vote. Mr. Staloy will meet with the board within tho next fow days, at which time a program for the work of the coming term will be mapped out and tho dato of opening decided upon. Ho will prob ably remain in Ulobe tor tlio greater part of the summer, in order that he may bceonrt) better acquainted with lo cal conditions before the opening of the fall term of school. WANTS ELECTION AS STANDPATTER VILLISCA, Iowa, May 1C Congress man Walter I. Smith, opened his cam paign for renomination hero tonight by a vigorous defense of the regulars in congress and criticism of the insurgents. Jack London, in a recent sermon by a San Jose clergyman, was described as "an atheist, a scientist, a philosopher, and thinker, questing the universe in a mad search for God." Tho the Treach er praised, in the highest terms, tho , sincerity ot tlio man wnom lie nad been criticising; and concluded his re marks by asserting that the author is "essentially spiritual." tl L Building Contractor ; Building estimate? promptly furnished Work guaranteed BOX 491 Corner Oak and Hill Office: I TSKJCX KEEGAN'S We serve only the Best Wines Liquors and Cigars Make this youi headquarters KEEGAN'S THE - - $100,000.00 - - 60,000.00 paid on Savings Accounts.' ooxes aosoiuteiy nre prooi, T: A. PASCOE, Vico Prest. E. M. HURD, Local Manager A. T. THOMSON MONEY That's what you save on any thing you may need in tho fol lowing lines: Ladies' and children's hose. Baby shoes and moccasins Lace and embroidery. Notions of all kinds. Tinware, enameled ware, glass ware, wooden ware, china ware, earthenware and one thousand other articles you would find very useful in the home at The Globe Bargain House and 5 & 10c Store. Cleaning Watches does not mean mererr brushing them out and oil ing them, but means re moving all the dirt and old oil and putting them in shape to keep time. Try us. We will give you a satisfactory job. Carl L Stokoe Practical Watchmaker WITH Mindlin Jewelry Co. Railroad and fine watches a specialty rjiHE RODGERS HOSPITAL and Training School for Nurses Fur Surgical, Maternity and General Medical Cases. A limited number of pupil nurses taken for training. Directory for Graduate Nurses in Connection v MARE A. RODGERS, K. D. 123 S. Stone Avo. Tucson, Arizona. SATCHELL, VAN WAGENEN & SATCHELL ENGINEERS, CHEMISTS, MIN EROLOGISTS DEPUTY MINER AL SURVEYORS. Rooms 10, 12 and 14 Trnst Bldg. GLOBE, ARIZONA NOTICE practicaItailoring LADIES' AND GENTS GAR MENTS ALTERED TO FIT. CLEANING, PRESSING AND RE PAIRING. ALL WORK GUAR ANTEED. B. K SNOWSKI GLOBE OFFICE BLDG. REAR OF NAQUrN'S - i 4 $1. Dance tickets 10c or 3 for 2oe. J. McNEIL, Mgr. McElroy for glass.