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Wednesday, March 9, 1910.
DAILY AEIZONA SILVER BELT Page Three MIAMI DEPARTMENT MIAMI, eleven miles from Globo, Is now the terminal of tho Gila Val ley, Globo & Northern railway. It has a postofflce, express office, telegraph offlco and a three-trip-a-day train service with Globe. Threo months ago Miami had ono houso; it now has two hundred. Miami has a population of COO. Tho population of Miami district is 2,000. In tho Miami district aro tho Miami, Warrior, Inspiraton, Keystone, Live Oak, Cor dova, Boston-Miami, Cactus. Gibson, Duqucsne, Schulzo Group and Colo De velopment copper mines, with a capitalization of $30,000,000. Miami is the distributing point for these mines. ThcMlaml mine now employs 600 men, with a monthly payroll of 575,000. Tho first month's freight receipts at Mi ami wero over 10,000. Miami is growing rapidly. All lines of business are represented. It has a wookly nowspaper, Tho Miami Messenger. Many business opportunities aro still open. It is predicted that by January 1, 1011, tho population will bo 3,000. Miami Business Directory Do you want anything moved from Globe to Miami? If so see mo about it. If you want water I haul it. C. H. CAPPS MIAMI MIAMI DAIRY WILKINS BEOS, Props. Dairy Products Deliver ed Dally MIAMI, ARIZ. GOLDEN RULE Dry Goods Storo MIAMI Cobb Brothers Staple and Fancy Groceries The Miami Saloon and BOOMING HOUSE Tho place to meet your friends. JOHN FITZPATIOK BEST GROCERY In Miami. We open to pie a so yo S. ABHAHAMS S. ABRAHAM MIAMI, ARIZ. We aro still soliciting your patronage. We do not aim to slight you. If our solicitors have not called on you, notify us and ono will come at once. Our business is growing rapidly and our large stock is growing accordingly. We are taking great pains to make the prices a leading f eatuve. Wo invite you to look through our stock and compare prices. Ranch eggs, Safford butter and fresh vegetables and fruits our specialty. S. ABRAHAM MIAMI TOWNSITE COMPANY Ask us about anything you want to know about MIAMI OLEVE W. VAN DYKE, Pres. JOE V. PEOCHASKA, Mgr. DEPUTY MIS GETS RELEASE FROM SHERIFF Pollowing Participation in Disturbance at Miami Sunday Evening As the outcomo of u disturbance at Miami Sunday, In whih Doputy Sheriff John Davis used Ills revolver without apparent cause anil which resulted in his arrest on a charge iff assault with ji deadly weapon, Davis' commission as nit officer has been revoked by Sheriff Henry Thompson. Davis is held under bonds of $300 to appear before the grand jury on a felony charge. In addition, ho was as sessed tho sum of $60, after an exami nation Monday before Judge Ilnrnette, on a misdemeanor charge. Charles Davis and Joe Davis, sons of tho ex officer, are at liberty on their own re cognizance, charged with carrying eon sealed weapons. Tho disturbance started in a local saloon, as the result o'f a difference between Davis and an ironworker em ployed by the Miami Copper company. It is claimed that Davis drew a rcc volver during tho disturbance but ho either did not intend to use the weapon or did not have the opportunity, as no shots were fired. His two sons wero present at tho time, and both carried revolvers, it is said. Doth Sheriff Thompson and District Attorney Shuto investigated the affair, with tho result that Davis' resignation was speedily placed in tho hands of Sheriff Thompson. It is understood that the difficulties between Davis and his opponent havo been settled and that tliero will be no more trouble growing out of their dif-feiences. and Mrs. J P. Foody, in Cutter, Ariz., for tho past week, has returned and resumed his job as ticket puncher on tho lino that runs between tho two best towns In Arizona Miami and Olobe. Mr. Worden roports having a good time. Andy Williams officiated as conductor whilo Mr. Worden was absent. BOARD OP HEALTH (President Itoddan of the Miami Com mercial association, will return from Los Angeles in a few days, and upon his return a meeting of tho board of directors of tho associatibn will be called. One of tho first matters that will probably receive attention will be tho sanitary condition of Miami. Scv oral surface cesspools of stagnant wa ter and accumulations of garbage in various localities at present aro not con ducive to tho good health of Miami's citizons. FIREMAN BURNED ' AT MIAMI MINE SKATING PARTIES POPULAR Notwithstanding tho warm weather, roller skating is proving a very popular form of amusement in Miami, Kvery afternoon and evening crowds enjoy the pastimo at Orpheum hall. Wed nesday and Frdiy afternoons havo been reserved for the ladies, a large number attending on those afternoons. A soc ial dance will be given at this popular hall overy Friday night and already an nouncement has been made for a grand St. Patrick's Ball on March 17. Freak of Flames Badly In jures J. B. Golding R. D. Golding, a fireman employed by (lie Miami Copper company, was severe ly burned on the face and hands while at work Sunday afternoon. Golding, upon opening one of tho furnace doors, was swept off his feet by a gust of flamo which struck him full in tho face. The accident is a pe culiar ono and no canso for tho freak of tho flames can bo given. Tho burns whilo not serious wero painful and until medical attendance could be secured the man suffered in tensely. Tho injured man was conveyed to his homo and the attending physician states that his recovery will be rapid. MIAMI TO OPPOSE DEMANDS OF GLOBE WORDEN BACK FROM VISIT Dill Wordon, conductor of tho Miami extension, who has been visiting at the liomo of his wife's parents. Mr. T. H. Arnold & Co. Engineers and Contractors CONCRETE, ELECTRIC WIRING, EXCAVATION MIAMI, ARIZ. The determination of tho Globe chamber of commerce to secure a fre quent low rate schedule, between Mi ami nnd Globe is not meeting with any favor in tho town of Miami nnd few if any will sign a petition for such train servico should it spread to Miami. Several of tho board of direc tors of tho Miami commercial associa tion havo become active in this matter and a special meeting of tho board will bo called for Wednesday night at tho Miami drug store, to formulate a counter petition which will bo for warded to tho railroad officials. The Miami petition will probably ask for through day aud night service to and from Howie, via Globe, with a mid-day passenger-freight between the towns of Miami and Globe. Had Globe con ferred and co-operated with Miami in Globe's agitation for frequent trans portation and a low faro between the two cities and pointed out the benefits, if any, that would come to Miami, thero would not bo tho present suspi cion of tho Globo chamber of com merce's motives. However, if a fro- i quent servico and a low rate is estab lished between Minim and Globe, it win not come without considerable op position from Miami. A full attendance is urged at the meeting of the board of direitors of tho commercial association. SAFFORD NEWS BUDGET MRS. W. D. FRENCH, Corresponded. VWWWWWA SAFFOUD, March 8. J. C Robin son left for Globe last evening on a business trip. Tho llov. Columbus Wardlaw return ed to his homo Monday morning, after a two weeks' absonco in Globe, where he assisted the Rev. Mr. Williams in his church work. W. II. McCall left this morning for his homo in Pleasant Hill, Mo. Ac companying him was his brother, D. D. MfcCnll, who is in poor health and who he hopes will recover in a lower altitude. L. D. Robinson was an incoming pas senger yesterday afternoon from Phoe nix. Mrs. Peter Anderson and her sister, Sarah Wilson, returned from Globe Monday morning. Tho marriage of W. I. Paxton to Miss Laura Waddoll will bo solemnized Wednesday evening at tho home of tho prospective brido's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Waddell. Tho affair will bo private, owing to tho illness of Miss Laveda Waddell, the sister of Miss Laura. Tho Sahuara club met Monday af ternoon at tho homo of Mrs. A. T. Col ton. Tho meeting hour was changed from 3 to 4 o'clock, owing to tho longer afternoons. Mrs. Kate Jennings led the club lesson on "Brave Little Hol land." Tho meeting of tho "Etude" was held at tho home of Miss M'ao Dowdlo last evening and a general review of tho season's work was conducted by Mrs. T. T. Swift. Misses Nell and Leo Parks of Globo were visiting Mrs. Will Dial yesterday. They came down from Solomonvillo, where they had been visiting relatives. Charles Spaulding, superintendent of the Lono Star mines, is in town today. William Cavness, proprietor of tho Bon Ton candy storo today cut his hand severely on a broken glass and had to havo several stitches taken to bind the wound. Hcber Komptcn of Eden is a busi ness visitor in Safford. The new cement block house just erected by Reuben Fuller, Jr., in Thatcher is nearly completed and com pares well with tho many handsome structures recently built there. II. W. Bishop, the valley real estate hustler, reports tho following recent sales of farming lands: Ben Mauer transfers to C. B. Nonnamaker of Mor enci, his one-fourth interest in tho "Big Ranch" at Solomonville, for $15, 000; D. II. Claridge, county recorder, has purchased tho Luthern Green homo place, adjoining Solomonville on tho east, and containing ninety acres, for $15,000. Mrs. E. R. Patterson of Springcrvillo is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. P. Bray, in Solomonville this week. T. T. Smith" camo in from Tucson Mjonday afternoon. Under tho influence of tho continued warm weather, green things aro spring ing up as though by magic. The cot tonwoods aro leaving out and tho grain and alfalfa fiolds aro things of beauty. FiJSStA READY TRIAL OF I BOMB HHQWERS Defendants with Wonderful Names Charged with Being Terrorists ST. PETERSBURG, March 8. Un ususal interest is manifested, through out Russia as well as in England and the United States, in the trial of Nich olas Vesiliecich Tschaikowsky and Ekaterina Constantinovna Breeshko Bieshkovskaya, which is to open hero tomorrow. The preparations aro practi cally completed and it is understood that in deference to tho requests from England and America, tho trial will be public. As tho court room is small, ad mission tickets have been issued to a limited number. Both defendants arc charged with be ing members of the revolutionary or ganizations and with having taken part in seditious agitation against the gov ernment and with having conspired against tho life of certain government officials. The government bases its charges upon evidence tho greater part of which was supplied by renegade revo lutionists who wero acting as spies for the Russian polico whilo they protended to bo in thorough sympathy with 'the aims and objects of the revolutionists. Tschaikovsky, who will be represented by M. Maklakoff, ono of tho most elo quent lawyers in Russia, is said to be prepared to prove an alibi on ono of the most serious counts of his indictment. Mine. Breshkovskaya, who for many years has been a prominent member of the Social Revolutionary party, in friendly title of "Grandmother," was arrested at Simbirsk on October 8, 190", and has spent tho years since then in the dismal dungeons of tho St. Peter and Paul fortress. Prince Eris toff, a lawyer of great ability, will de fend her. but it is generally believed that his task will bo extremely difficult, as there is said to be strong evidence against his client. GOODWI US RED Hffi Attempted to Collect Re luctant Bill by Personal Persuasion As tho result of his action in taking tho law into his own hands, to collect a bill from Jim Johnson, Dick Good win was assessed $25 in Jiidgo Hinson Thomas' court yesterday. After making a number of attempts to collect a bill, Goodwin met Johnson on Broad street Monday night and when tho cash was not forthcoming, landed on Johnson's anatomy. Johnson came in contact with the sidewalk with some violenco and as tho result, filed a com plaint against his assailant. In court yesterday afternoon John son had a number of witnesses who testified to the fact that Goodwin was the aggressor in the fight. The latter had no defenso to offer other than he had acted only upon great provocation, and he was found guilty by tho court. McElroy for best painting materials. There is Only One "Bronze Quinine" That is Laxative Bremo Quinine USED THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A COLO IN OME DAY; Always remember tho full name. Look for this signaturo on every box. 25c. APQL2, yrwtfi Palace Livery and Feed Stables Single and Double Teams BEST IN GLOBE A specialty mado of saddlo horses and vehicles for mountain trips. Com petent drivers. R. W. STURGIS, Mgr. Livery Phono 428 Feed Phono 372 made bythe'CUBAH CIGAR C2 denvercolo gHiWHBHHHnHnBiHnEnHnHHHlHHnmm 1 W. D. Reading J. P. Crampton E. W. Weinmann THE PEERLESS MEAT MARKET Wo have pleased you iu other markets and can please you in our own. We handle everything in our line. 668 North Broad St. Phone 71 ABSOLUTELY CURES STOMACH MSERY ESI Indigestion, Gas, Headache and Heartburn Relieved in Five Minutes The question as to how long you are going to continue a sufferer from Indi gestion, Dyspepsia or out-of-order stom ach is merely a. matter of how soon you begin taking some Diapepsin. If your Stomach is lacking in diges tive power, why not help tho stomach to do its work, not with drastic drugs, but a re-enforcement of digestive agents, such as aro naturally at work in tho stomach. People with weak Stomachs should tako a little Diapepsin occasionally, and thero will bo no moro Indigestion, no feeling like a lump of lead in tho stom ach, no heartburn, Sour risings, Gas on Stomach or Belching of undigested food, Headaches, Dizziness or Sick Stomach, and besides, what you eat will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors. All theso symp toms resulting from a sour, out-of-order stomach and dyspepsia aro generally relieved five minutes after taking a lit tlo Diapepsin. Go to your druggist and get a 50-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin now, and you will always go to the table with a hearty appetite, and what you eat will tasto good, because your stomach and intestines will bo clean and fresh, and you will know tliero aro not going to be any moro bad nights and miserable days for you. They freshen you and make jou feel liko life is worth living. McElroy for wall paper. Common brick, struction Co, Globo Brick & Con- Send somo of tho Special Mining Editions of the Silver Belt to your friends abroad. A few loft at tho low price of 23 cents each. Watch for Sultan Brothers' display of Men 'a Furnishings, the greatest ever shown in Globe, and prices to suit. Opening at Fort's Thursday and Pri day, March 10 and 11. Don't let it havo to be said that Globo, the coming metropolis of Ari zona, cannot afford to bend a repre sentative to the high school speaking contest at Tempo next Saturday. Buy a ticket for tonight. Seventy pages of illustrated informa tion about Globo and tho great Globo district, handsomely bound and a boost for homo. Send somo to your friends who don't realize tho greatness of Globe. Get them for 25 cents each at tho Silver Belt office. Opening at Fort's Thursday and Fri day, March 10 and 11. The Globe Commercial Co. TELEPHONE 221 We Want Your Trade The quality of goods carried by m can alwayi bt depended on. We bay and sell the best, and handle only such qualities as will appeal to lortrt of "good things to t." We have accommodating salesmen. Our solicitors are competent We make prompt deliveries Of en an account with m to4ay,and we will both t winner. Stationery Magazines Drugs RYAN'S See Our Windows Toilet Articles THE ST. ELMO Sydnor & Sterns, Props. The Finest of Wines Liquors and Cigars We handle only the Best Quality Goods 474 North Broad Street Are you frequently hoarsof Do you have that annoying tickling in your throatJ Docs your cough annoy you nt night, and do you raise mucus 'in tho morningt Do you want relief If so, tako Cnamberlain's Cough Kemedy and you will bo pleased. Sold by all druggists. An entire new line of Easter Novelties and Gifts. These are the very latest out. Butterick Patterns C. S. VAN WAGENEN 4 CO. f an A Word to the Working People ' of Globe As previously advertised in these columns, I am retiring from the mercantile business in this city in order to devote my entire time and atten tion to my mining interests. The sale now go ing on at my store is and has been a RETIRING SALE in every sense of the word. I find that I musT: CLOSE OUT everything AT ONCE and in order to do that I will have to make GREATER SACRIFICES in my sT:ock. Therefore commenc ing tomorrow morning the prices on all articles will be SLASHED REGARDLESS OF COST. Watch this space for Prices which will make you doubt your eyes. Wm. Mill William NORTH GLOBE tarn I WBBBE1 &