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Tuesday, March 8, 1910.
MIAMI DEPARTMENT MIAMI, eleven miles from Globo, Is now the terminal of the Gila Val ley, Globe & Northern railway. It has a postofflce, express office, telegraph offlco and a throc-trip-a-day train service with Globo. Thrco months ago Miami had ono house; it now has two hundred. Miami has a population of GOO. Tho population of Miami district is 2,000. In the Miami district aro tho Miami, Warrior, Inspiraton, Keystone, Livo Oak, Cor dova, Boston-Miami, Cactus, Gibson, Duquesno, Schulze Group and Colo De velopment copper mines, with a capitalization of $30,000,000. Miami Is the distributing point for theso mines. Tho Miami mine now employs COO men, with a monthly payroll of $75,000. The first month's freight receipts at Mi ami wero over $40,000. Miami is growing rapidly. All lines of business are represented. It has a weekly newspaper, Tho Miami Messenger. Many, business opportunities aro still open. It is predicted that by January 1, 1911, tho population will bo 3,000. Miami Business Directory Do you want anything moved from Globo to Miami? If so seo mo about It If you want water I haul it. C. H. CAPPS MIAMI GOLDEN Dry Goods MIAMI MIAMI DAIRY WILKINS BEOS, Props. Dairy Products Deliver ed Daily , MIAMI, ARIZ. The Miami Saloon and ROOMING HOUSE The place to meet your frlonds. JOHN FITZPATICK S. ABRAHAM MIAMI, ARIZ. "We are still soliciting- your patronage. "We do not aim to slight you. If our solicitors have not called on you, notify us and one will come at once. Our business is growing rapidly and our large stock is growing according!)'. We are taking great pains to make the prices a leading feature. We invite you to look through our stock and compare prices. . Ranch eggs, Safford butter and fresh vegetables and fruits our specialty. ggg!&&&&to S. ABRAHAM MIAMI TOWNSITE COMPANY Ask us about anything- you want to know about MIAMI OLEVE W. VAN DYKE, Pres. JOE V. PROOHASKA, Mgr. NAY SENO LETTERS BY TELEGRAPH New Night Letter Service Will Effect Great Sav ing in Future Beginning yesterday a new night message system which materially de creases tho cost of telegraph messages, for those who use tlio wires extensive ly, was put iu nctivo operation by tho Western Union Telegraph company. Tho new system is known as night letter service and on messages of fifty words or over cuts the telegraph tolls down to 20 per cent of the regular day rate. Brioly, the night letter servieo is this: Between Globe and every other telegraph station iu tho United States, here is a fixed day rate for ten words or less. Under the new system, a fifty word message will bo sent at night for tho samo charge as a regular ten word day mes'age. Up to fifty woijds, the charge is tho same. Over fifty words, however, tho additional words are charged for on tho basis of one-fifth of the day word rate. tFor example, suppose a message is to bo sent from Globo to Los Angolcs. The day rate is 50 cents for ten words or Cc per word. By tho night let ter service, fifty words may be sent for JO cents and additional words will bo sent for one cent each. Theso messages may bo filed at any tuno during tho dny or night, up to 2 a. in. They will not be sent, how ever, until night. As tho night rates aro only 10 per cent lower than tho day rate, however, the new night let ter servico will effect a big saving on long messages. In establishing tho new service, it is generally understood that tho Wes tern Union is going after business which is now transacted by mail and telephone instead of by telegraph. Tho business man nho wishes to order goods from the east, the coast, or .elsewhere, mails his order unless tho goods aro needed in a hurry, as telegraph tolls on a lengthy order aro expensive, under tho new system, however, he can place an oider by telegraph at one fifth of tho ti rmer cost and as much time will bo saved in tins way, a largo night letter service will soon develop. Tho samo condition may be said to hold good with T. H. Arnold & Co. Engineers and Contractors CONCRETE, ELECTRIC WIRING, . EXCAVATION MIAMI, " ARIZ. HEREAFTER Cobb Brothers Staplo and Fancy Groceries BEST GROCERY In Miami. Wo open to please yo S. ABRAHAMS . ordinary business and personal mes sages. ., 1".'. . tho nw system, however, COdo" is li.-11-rnil Tim ,!. ... i ' breviato at will, but code words and foreign words aro barred. A fifty word message will convey muchinfor mation, however, and as the ro ult, thero will be littlo necessity for codc- k m uiBn messages in the future: McElroy for good work. Soventy pages of illustrated informa tion about Globo and tho great Globe district, handsomely bound and a boost for homo. Send somo to your frionds who don't realizo tho greatness of Globe. Get them for 25 cents each at tho Silver Belt office. MILLER TALK OF Interesting Demonstration of the Culinary Art at Iris Theater With an interested gathering of iep resentative matrons of this city-watching and listening with undivided atten tion, Miss Anna Virginia Miller opened a series of lectures iu tho subject of scientific cooking with gas, at tho Iris theater yesterday afternoon. At tho occasion of her opening lec ture, Miss Miller did not attempt to go into tho details of cooking. This part of her treatiso on domestic sci ence will follow in later lectures. Yes terday afternoon's talk was taken up with an explanation of the gas stove, its uses and abuses, and the goneral pre liminary phases of the culinary art. This lecture proved very interest ing and will be followed by practical demonstrations, beginning today. This afternoon, Miss Miller will preparo var ious dishes, including Jjroiled beef steak, macaroni and hum au gratia and baking powder biscuits. Everything cooked will bo served and those wlio attend the demonstration will have tho opportunity of testing Miss Miller's ability as a master of the culinary art. Theso lectures, which are given un der tho auspices of tho Globo Light & Power company, ar0 absolutely fiee and an invitation is extended to every woman in Globe to attend and seo for herself the advantages of scientific cooking with gas. McElroy for best painting materials. Aro you frequently hoarse! Do von I havo that annoying tickling in your l throat? Does your cough annoy you at I nighty and do you raise mucus in tho j morning? Bo you want rcliof? If so, take Ciiamberlain's Cough Remedy and you will bo pleased. Sold by all drug j g's. RULE Store GROW REARS MS COOKING Vl-fljXAAAAAAAfVVMVWVvVAViiiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAl SAFFORD NEWS BUDGET MRS. W. D. FRENCH, Corresponden ljWWWVWWWWWWrfWrfMWSWWW' T IN Ankle Broken When Horse Is Frightened and Over turns Buggy As tho result of a runaway accident in tho Thatcher boulevard, Saturday evening, Miss Fay Claridge of Thatchor sustained a broken anulo ana .Miss lie becka Claridgo had a narrow escapo from serious injury. Tho two young women wero driving a well broken horse, thought to bo au Bolutoly safe, and had proceeded but a short distance along tho boulevard to ward Safford when they were forced to turn out to allow another vehicle to pass. While thoy wero partly out of tho road, tho animal took fright at tho burned and blackened grass which skirt ed the boulovard. Before Miss Fay Claridge could get the animal under control, it turned sharply, cramping the wheels and over turning tho buggy. Tlio fracture sustained by Miss Clar idge is of a serious nature, which will probably incapacitato her for several weeks. Miss Rebccka Claridge, her niece, escaped with scarcely a scratch. PLANS TO DELIVER WATER TO PIMA Harry Leo returned Sunday evening from Pima, where ho is interested in a plan to furnish mountain water to the town of Pima. A company, of which Mr. Leo is presidont, has been formed and proposes to build a Reservoir about SAFFORD L RUNAWAY HISTORIC SAFFORD HOTEL BURNS WITH TOTAL LOSS Inmates Have Narrow Es cape Origin of Fire Unknown Special to the Silver Belt. SAFFORD, March 7. Four naked walls and a heap of smouldering ruins mark the sito of what was tho Com mercial hotel of this city, one of tho first brick buildings erected here. Fire of unknown origin destroyed the struc ture shortly after midnight Sunday morning. Tho building is a total loss, and with tho exception of a few ar ticles, tho hotel furnishings were also destroyed. Tho firo was discovered a few min utes after midnight and before a volun teer firo department could be called to gether, tho building was wrapped in ilames. Every effort possiblo was ex erted in an attempt to qiioneh the flames, but without avail. It was only by tearing down sheds adjoining the hotel that tho business district was saved from tho conflagration. Had thero not been almost a total absenco of wind, the entire business district of Safford would now bo a heap of ruins. As far as can bo learned, the fi;i started in tho basement of the building. The fact that a quantity of whiskey was stored in this part of tho building made firo fighting difficult. Wiley B. Jones, whilo attempting to carry out a part of tho contents of tho building, was blown completely through a door way when a whiskey barrel let go. He was scratched and bruised but not ser iously injured. Tho occupants of the hotel were all aioused in time to mako their escapo Philano, Last of Wild Men, Now Mourning Lost Friends But One of Trio Who' Coined .Fame and Fortune for Barnum Is Left WAIiTHAM, Mass., March 7. In a house iu Waltham, a quaint little man. sits, waiting in silence day after day. Ho is Philano, last of tho Wild Men of Borneo, and tho last of a trio whoso fame encircles tlio globo and whoso strength astonished children who aro grandfather today. Four years ago Philano 's partner, Waino, died. Ho was SO years old. On Tuesday last the man ager of tho pair, and thoir friend, Han ford A. Warner, died. He was S'l years old. Alone, i)0 years old, tho last of tho Wild Men now waits for the next "show," when thero will be no encores, no photographs, no crowds o f littlo chil dren to sniilo down upon and no eager hands to clasp and no return engage ment. Tho call will bo for the "big show," tho big tout among tho stars, where freaks and clowns and bareback riders faco the eternal ringmaster with stilled DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT two miles from Pima for tho storage of tho water, which will be brought from the mountains in largo mains. From there it will be carried to the town in smaller pipes. When completed, the reservoir will cover about ninety acres and will be fifteen feet or more in depth. The work has been laid out and construction will begin at once. SAFFORD, March 7. Wilbur Ijams returned Saturday afternoon from a trip into Mexico. Charles Waffio of T i non, left for Globe Saturday afternoon. C. S. Conway, brother of Mrs. F. W. Hayes, returned from Indiana last ev ening. Mrs. Hayes intended accom panying him but her little son Frank was taken ill. Tho members of the Epworth league went on a picnic to the Riggs ranch last Saturday and reported having had a I jolly time. j Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Clayton motored to tho Hot Springs Sunday. A party consisting or Mr. and Mrs. Win. Rutland, Mrs. Jennings, Messrs. Houck, Smith and Jennings went by automobile to the Springs yesterday to picnic. The afternoon attraction at the Hot Springs was a ball game between Eden and Thomas, ending in a score of G to 14 in favor of Thomas. C. ' P. Pearson is absent from his post at tho depot owing to llness. M. C. McConneJI is acting agent in Mr. Pearson's absence. The little child of Donald Simpson is ill. Mrs. Jack Saunders came to Safford this morning from Thomas for medical treatment. The baby of I'-r. and Mrs. J. R. Welker is ill. Saturday afternoon LeRoy Nichols, tlio little son of Mr. and Staunton Nichols, died at his home in Artcsia of diphtheria. Another child in tho fam ily with the same disease is recovering. Sunday morning at her home in Thatcher Mrs. Emily Webster passed away after a lingering illness. Mrs. Webster was the mother of a large family, among them being Frank, Os car, Reeso and Jud Webster and Mrs. Peter Lofgreen, who was injured in the runaway at Central somo months ago. She will be buried this afternoon. and witli tho exception of Mr. Jones, no ono was injured. Ono occupant, who was under tho influence of liquor, was aroused only after tho proprietor had fired a rovolver over his head. Tho Commercial hotel was owned, through a guardian, by Hcrnian Sydow, the fitteen-year-old son of Kmil Sydow, who originally owned tho building. Tho boy is attending school in New Mexico, and was not here at tho time of the firo. The structure has been held un der lease from W. T. Johnson for sev eral years. The building was insured for $l,o00 with $1,000 additional insurance carried by Mr. Johnson on the furniture and equipment of the hotel. With the destruction of the Commer cial hotel a building that sheltered one of Safford 's greatest tragedies, is no more. Emil Sydow, wwho built the hotel, had a charming and beautiful wife at the tinio lie embarked on his career as a hotel manager in this city. The 'u pie was apparently happy and made many friends in this part of the coun- try. One day a young man of good address came to tho hotel and took up quar ters. He became infatuated with tho charming wife of the proprietor and his attentions were reciprocated. An elopement followed. A few months later, the unfortunate husband com mitted suicide in tho hotel. This is tho second hotel to bo de stroyed in the valley in recent years. Another hotel located near this city was destroyed by fire five years ago. This conflagration was more serious, how ever, as one lodger lost his life. As the owner of tho Commercial ho tel cannot dispose of his property for several years, it is hardly probable that the building will bo jeplaeed, at least not at the present time. laughter and bated breath, shorn of gaud and tinsel and tawdry array. Tho little man is now gentle, kindly and docilo always. The last link of tho lifo of the can vas tent parted when Hanford A. War ner died. "Poor littlo Waino. lie's nmst dune for now," said Mr. Warner, tho year before Waino died. "We've been Hov eling the same road pretty fast. Waino and I and Philano, too, though ho don't show' it as much andlho end of it is only tho cemetery yonder." Tho union of tho fortunes of the freaks and their manager belonged to a tinio when there were few railroads, no ocean liners and few public museums. It was a time of homespun and fine linen; of confused views of tho wholo world from tho little red sohoolliouse; of P. T. Durmiin and his monstrous can vas, and moro monstrous fakes. Into a Now England port sailed Cap tain Hammond, with the silks and spices of the Orient, full of tales of adventure among strange people and terrific hur ricanes and the perils of the deep. Witli liim ns unssencrors worn tlm Wild Men of Borneo, littlo men who were unintelligible except to each other, and then only through half articulate cries and gesticulation. Men of marvelous weight, Waino a marvel of muscular construction. Doctor Warner, backer of Captain Hammond on his voyage, could hardly believe his eyes when ho saw tho pigmy lift a burly sailor with ease. Doctor Warner placed the pair in tho care of a Mr. Harvey, now long dead, and they made tho tour of tho museums and the side shows of tlio circuses. Tho little Waino, lifting men of 300 pounds with ease, startled tho country. Then Dr. Warner thought of his rela tive, Hanford A. Warner, then living in Cambridge. That was iu about 18G0. Thus began tho union of fortunes be tween the freaks and their manager, Mr. Warner, which lasted until death. The trio visited every capital of Eu rope, and, with Barnum and other trav eling circuses, every part of the United States. About a dozen years ago Mr. Warner was stricken blind. An injury inflicted when a child overwhelmed him in his declining years. His son, Ernest H. Warner, took up the work of showing tho Wild Man of Borneo, who had becomo by now loved inmates of tho Warner family. He trav eled all over Europe with them, annu ally returning to tho Warner home in Waltham. Then came tho beginning of the end with Waino. Ho was stricken blind. It seemed to unite him closer to his old manager, while Philano in his dumb way strove to show sympathy to his partners. It was decided about 100.1 to with draw tho Wild Men from exhibition and to take care of them in their declining years in tlio Wrarner homo at Waltham. Mr. Warner's son entered the canoe business and tho Wild Men and their old manager wero left to pass their de clining years together. In this quietA and comfort of after years Waino passed away. So, too their veteran manager. And Philano? 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