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Globe Daily Arizona Silver Belt (Newspaper) - January 20, 1910, Globe, Arizona , .,.,., Ujj a ? s the Bel Page eight thursday january 2m, buy the is ii a ii i 1 rvw2i a ios pork and Beans l we m w w we a m m my uni 11ml take no sub Stii the first National ban directors j. N. Porter Harry Sultan w. D. Fisk p. P. Greer a. W. Craa Tord l. E. Wig him an. J. N. Robinson if you Don t like the color have it dyed. K k. K. To. And Dye works Best in the West Walter & Griffith the tailors Tel 2?.71 385 n. Broad St. Short stories of the City had warm bed John Brady was rudely disturbed while slumbering peacefully in a Witch Ongano cab in the round House Early yesterday moaning by watchman Harry Templo who happened to drop in unexpectedly. Brady was peeved and objected strenuously to being taken to jail raising such a disturbance that Temple was compelled to handle him roughly. In judge Hio so n Thomas court yesterday he was cent to jail for six Days is the result of the disturbance. V an old time dance will to give n at Clark s Pavilion saturday night january 22. Admission $1.00. Boys in court Roscoe Carter and Myrle Howard were up fic Foro judge Pinon Thomas yesterday charged with Petty larceny. Both prisoners who Are Mero boys were questioned regarding Tho alleged theft of a Turkey after which the Case was continued until tomorrow. Dyke Allen is wanted on Tho same charge but to has not been found by the officers As yet. Death by fall at the conclusion of the inquest Over the body of 1. Villa Foros who was killed by falling into the turntable in the Gila Valley Yards a verdict of death from a fall into Tho pit which caused a hem Orr Hage of Tho brain was returned. Whether or not Tho fall was accidental was not determined by Tho jury. Allegretti and Gunther s bulk chocolate creams Goc la. Maxson Candy co realty transfers Tho follow in g deeds were recorded yesterday Sun set company lot 10 by 90 at Bailey and East streets j. To David James lots 11, 12, 13 and 11, Block 53, East Globe Margaret c. And w. Ii. Miller to the United states tract of land near Roosevelt. See Doc about it doctor Park Hur St of Bull Durham Fame is a Globe visitor. In the interests of brother Hood doctor Parkhurst is giving away artificial limbs and anyone who needs an artificial Arm or leg will Call upon Tho doctor who will explain How they can get such limb absolutely fro. Graham wins in a three Gam o straight Pool series at Tho Cactus be tween Graham and Thompson Graham annexed every contest. To played Thompson 170 to 200 for a Purso of $g0, $20 on each game and in ado his Nero of 170 to to Roninson s 152. 192 and 129, respectively. The final game was player last night. Grading progresses work on the Mesquite Cedar and Hill Street grading projects is caring completion and will be finished within a Short time. The work originally figured on is already practically Inu Sheu but As Tho property owners elected to have additional work done in Homo places the Force is now engaged in completing Tho extra work. Saw pm Ariate superintendent o. O. Mallard of the Gila Valley rail Day returned from los Angeles last night after taking in a number of the aviation exhibitions which Arfe now enthusing Tho populous of Tho Angel City and Tho coast generally. Mallard brought Back n stiff neck and u Good collection of Airship photographs. Hotel arrivals f. E. Miller Miami r. J. Fleming Sterling Kan. R. B. Yerxa Miami or. Carl b. Boyd san Carlos n. I. Wad Worth inspiration mrs. Charlotte Evans Elpaso t. Lavon Tinl san Francisco Fred Schilling los Angeles j. To. Anderson los Angeles j. B. Girand Phoenix l. H. Fineburg san Francisco Thomas Kavanaugh Tucson w. P. Parkhurst san Francisco Joo St ovens and wife. San Carlos. Girand Here j. B. Girand territorial Engineer arrived hero last night of Globe capital. $100,000 surplus. $100,000 United 3tates, territorial county and City depositary funeral notice Stimson Thoo funeral of Tho late Nancv k. Stimson Mother of mrs. W. F Rawlings Ami .1. R. Watson of this City will be held from Tho Baptist Church this thursday afternoon it o clock. Friends invited. For the purpose of working out addition Al details regarding Tho final Survey of Tho Globe Rooseve Road. To will to in town for soveral Days. Kavanaugh " visits Thomas Kava Atigh n Well known operator of Tucson who has business interests in this City arrived Horo last night to look after local affairs. To will remain in this City for soveral Days. From san Carlos or. Carl b. Boyd of san Carlos was a last night s arrival. To will make a Short visit Here. Of personal interest. Mallard returned Vestor Dav from a week s visit it los Angeles. J or. And mrs. W. I. King and child. Ren arrived last evening from Tyrone x. M., and expect to locate in this Vicinity i mrs. R. L. Henderson returned last night from a visit with friends it Saf for mrs. E. Whito of Black Warrior returned last evening after an extended trip covering several months. She accompanied or. Lute when to went cast about three months ago and re turning went on to los Angeles before christina1. Or. Whito joined her there after making a Short visit to this Vicin Ity Enro Ute but to returned about a week ago. Mrs. F. Pollerman will leave this morning for Indian hot Springs where Ulin nil i a Noel Iii ii Man in twin Linno of receiving Benefit from the Mineral i. L. If r i Miklius. Onu is mauling ii Mil Iii i i Ralgia mrs. C. Evans returned last evening from a visit with friends at Elpaso. Franr Hornbrook arrived last even ing from Mazatlan Mexico where he has been for several months. Or. Horn Broo k is a former resident of Globe and paid this City a visit last summer. To comes now to recuperate after an at tack of illness. A. D. Rosecrans assistant superintendent of Tho Gila Valley Railroad made a business trip to Safford yesterday. L. N. Litchfield and family arrived last night from Goldfield new acid will Mako their Homo in this City. J. O. Cunningham and family arrived last night from Alamogordo n. M., and will locate at Miami. Or. And mrs. J. Apodaca arrived last night from los Angeles and will take up their residence in this City. Mrs. J. O. Ryan and Little son loft yesterday morning for Pima to visit relatives. Attorney f. C. Jacobs and family spent j osterday at Safford or. And mrs. Joo Stewart came up from Sancarlos last evening for a Brief visit. Or. And mrs. Scott Holliday of Miami returned last evening from Pima where they attended the funeral Ter vice s of Tho Lato whey Holliday of that place. Georgo Bardwell and family Carlo up from san Carlos last evening for a Short visit. They were accompanied by a sister mrs. Walter Mccumby of Hammond ind., who is visiting at their Home. Mrs. L. C. Harrell and children of Tyrone n. M., arrived last evening to join or. Harrell who preceded them several ago. They will locate in this Vicinity. The old timers will give a dance at Clark s Pavilion on saturday night Jan Nar y 22, in Honor of mrs. O. E. Taylor. Everybody invited. Reward fifty dollars Reward will to paid for Tho return undamaged of a Quantity of clothing taken from room 86 Pinal Wash. To questions asked. Violet reins. Poor Czar poor Czar with these words a writer in the Oestreich Schon Inch Richte n begins an article on Tho unmasking of Tho russian onco upon a time to says to was in Japan with Tho Crown Trinco of Greece while making a tour of Eastern Asia. A Young japanese fanatic struck him on the head with a Cudgel and since that Timo Bis mental Nowers have been impaired. To can follow no writ ten or Oral discourse which lasts longer than a few minutes and for that Rea to n it is an easy matter for those who surround him to do Civo Tho ruler of All Tho John Taylor drove in from the East Sido yesterday. To says All his neigh Bors Aro drinking Folger s Goldon Gato Coffee and he took two tins Homo with him. I officers j. N. Porter Prest. P. P. Greer v. Pryst. J. N. Robinson Cali for. A. J. Mckinnon asst. Cali for. G c. Simmons asst. Cashier. J. T. Brown asst. Cashier. Gimme elks suing goes 10 bub imposing edifice must be in readiness for occupancy by june 19th Tho contract for Tho erection of Tho new elks building was formally awarded to a a. Evans of Tucson yesterday by the building committee of the elks Lodge of this City. Tho contract was practically awarded to or. Evans last saturday As his bid was Tho Best of several submitted by both local and outside contractors. Yesterday Tho formality of filing a Bond for Tho fulfilment of Tho contract was filed by or. Evans and Tho contract for the construction work turned Over to him. Work will be commenced on the now building within the next few Days and according to the contract the Structure must to entirely Complete ready for occupancy by Juno 19. As there is a forfeiture Clauso covering this agree ment the completion of the building by this Date is practically assured. In addition to bonding himself for Tho completion of the building within three months or. Evans also agrees to Complete the theater on Tho first floor by Tho first of May. The new Homo of the Globe logo of elks will Cost $34,000, exclusive of furnishings and fittings which will entail an additional expenditure of several thousand dollars. As the result Tho new building will outclass anything of its kind in the entire Southwest. Tho plans prepared by architects Holmes & Holmes Call for a building that is hand some in design substantial in construction and commodious with regard to its Interior arrangements and when Tho new Structure is completed Tho Globe Lodge of elks will Liao a Home of which they May be justly proud. Ancient sui1 Losi by claimants famous Pius fund not part of the Hague award says court Washington d. A january 10. Tho claim of Nathaniel Wilson and Tho administrators of Tho Lato Philip Philippe to 10 per cent of Tho Money awarded the roman Catholic archbishop of san Francisco and other Catholic pre lates in the Case against Tho Republic of Maxi of before Tho court of arbitration at Tho Hague october 11, 1902, and of the Anion it subsequently to be paid by the mexican Republic on account of what is known As Tho Pius fund has been disallowed by Justice Gould of the District supremo court. Tho suit praying for allowance churns about $00,000 on Tho amount of award and about $j",000 annually forever under a contract executed in 1873, was ordered dismissed. Tho plaintiffs will take Tho Case to the appellate court. Justice Gould held that Tho contracts Mado by attorneys and Tho archbishop and by Tho Bishops of California did not include the award of Tho Hague conference nor Tho subsequent payment ,.by it. Iio also held that Tho action of Tho counsel did not Beor out their contentions. Call for a hot Bath at Tho Ruby bar Ber shop any old time. You la get it without delay. A walking fish a walking fish formed Tho lib acct of a recent address delivered before the linnean society of Sydney now South Wales by d. G. Stead. To showed a living specimen of Tho an Abas scan Den or climbing Perch of Singapore. This extraordinary amphibious fish though not a Truo Perch is very a Crecli Lik a but it Post Esse a wonderful Caf like laminated Organ situated near the Truo Gills by which it is enabled to breathe atmospheric air direct. It has Tho Power of leaving the water and creeping about on Shore among Damp vegetation Tho Gills and Tho special breathing Organ keeping7 moist for a Long period. In India Tho climbing Perch quits Tho water and wanders afield. In Many popular illustrations Tho fish is figured in All sorts of impossible positions up Trees this is the first record of of this queer fish alive into Australia. K Towle enthuses Over in census territorial supervisor re turns from visit to Den ver convention will pay people six dollars Day As yet Gila county has not filed any applications for positions a after a trip which embraced the convention of census supervisors in Don ver and which took in ten counties of this territory a f. Towle census supervisor for Arizona returned to this City tuesday evening. Whilo the trip kept or. Towle on the jump for the greater part of the Timo and was somewhat tiresome to accomplished much and is Well Satis fied with its outcome. To gained Many valuable pointers at Tho Denver Conven Tion secured permission to take the Livo Stock census throughout Tho territory us a part of the regular enumeration work and placed himself in close touch generally with Tho people of this Terri tory who arc interested in the taking of Tho thirteenth United states census. Something Liko one Hundred applications have already been Mado to or. Towle for positions As of numerators s far those applications have conic from other counties than Gila however and Tho first application for Ono of these positions is yet to be Mado from a Resi Dent of this hard work however or. Towle has succeeded in securing from the department of Commerce and labor permission to pay enumerators in the outlying districts at Tho rate of $0 per Day. As the result when the information regarding the new wage scale be comes known it is probable that there will be Little Difili Zulty in securing men for these positions. I did not ask for Tho position of census supervisor of this territory said or. Towlow yesterday but since the census Bureau saw fit to put me in charge of Tho work i am going to carry it out in a Way that will give Arizona the most Complete census she Ever had if hard Fork and enthusiasm can accomplish this end. What we need however in order that the coming census May be properly carried out is competent enumerators. As yet i have not received n single application from any one in Gila county. There seems to to a mistaken idea prevalent regarding this work an idea that there is something mysterious about census taking. I will say right now that the work is pot difficult. Enumerators must pos sess a fair education it is True and they must to careful and energetic As Well but with these qualifications and with a determination to do Tho work properly census taking is not at All difficult. In the outlying districts enumerators will be paid at the rate of a per Day and will be expected to meet their own expenses. In this City and in other cities throughout the territory As Well they will to paid at Tho rate of 4 cents per name and at that figure it will to easy enough to earn As much Money As will to paid to those who work in the Rural districts. To have thirty Days in which to Complete the taking of Tho census be ginning with april fifteenth. Between this time and the opening of the census taking enumerators will to Given Thor Ough instructions regarding Tho work and Tho entire plan including that of taking Tho Stock census will to completely explained. I wish to urge on those who feel competent to per Orin Tho duties of census enumerators to Send in to me their applications and to do so at once. Thuro is no red Tapo about securing these Rosl tort. The test is simple and can i easily understood by any our posse Ting Ordinary qualification. Some thing. A 100 positions Aro still open and Thev Tho i to filled within a Short time. As far As possible i want to appoint enumerators from Tho districts in which Thoy expect to work. Communications should be addressed to to at Globo and they need not be or. Towlow is taking an unusual amount of interest in Tho coming census and from Tho manner in which to has taken hold of Tho work his desire to give Arizona the left census Sho Ever had will not meet with disappointment. Mound City paints Aro better. We y lumber co. Stomach trouble cured if you Havo any trouble with your stomach you should Tako Chamberlain s stomach and liver tablets. Or. J. P. Kioto of Edina mo., says i Honvo used a great Many Diffor ont medicines for stomach trouble but find Chamberlain s stomach and liver tablets More beneficial than any other remedy i Over or Sale by ail druggists. To t d 1 jul tv.", r capital paid in $loo,o1 be Luia v Airey spa ii. Us Rubi Vii Pauy o. E. Mills president l. D. I t. A. Vico pre ii. S. Gorder cashier o. E. Mills e. Hurd local manager h. S. Vat k. Of p. Notice All members and visiting knights arc requested to to pc bunt thursday night january 20. Work in Tho third degree and business of importance. By order of Henry Randy c. C. We find we arc Over stocked on hair brushes for one Pavcek Only we will give off on All Hau brushes. See our windows. The Palace pharmacy there pay 4 per cent on savings accounts. New business invite Luuki Seth Pascoe directors Van Gorder Pascoe Hegard Walter James Cochran Jones Mil Arizona investment co. Lots below Reservoir $500 $100 Cash. 2 lots on Mesquite $325. 1 four Roo Nice House Pascoo Gilill $2,850 $100 Cash Balanc 0 terms. 1 Nice 50x104, $250. Lots 050 $200 Cash. 1 boarding House big lot rooms $300 Cash $00 monthly to Havo bargains no in Globo has had before. To suit you if you want a Home. Put your rent Money Como in and us know what you want. Office 177 m. Broad. Are no can groceries assorted table fruits cans for $1.00 in Case lots $3.85 tomatoes cans for $1.00 Xii Case docs All dried fruits 7 lbs. For $1.00 Tea Garden preserves 50c size now. 35c All Sweet pickles 40c size now 25c Chow Chow 40c size now 25c medicines All Patent medicines. 20 per cent off Bickmore s Gall cure $1 size now 75c bring. Children l. D. Ricketts a. T. Thomson t. A. Surplus $60,000.00 r. B. E. Hurd Dou 10 lot 18 11 one can let 6 9 a few More be ladies Coats and suits a prices to suit you. See our windows Ash in Pri at Jitu Casotr we. Mil Williams Here some prices housewife resist Chamberlain s work collars of r horses buggy whips ariz0na-gl08juss than i less than c Wood chopping axes n less than o a handles less than 0 a few comforts and blankets i less than cafe another Cut on boys and youths fleece lined underwear 50c garments now All Organ Dies Dimitres Matfej and All Wash goods half we. Mill Williams North Globe be shoes Price bring the child

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