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DAILY 'ARIZONA SILVER BELT
OPage Throe r 4 SAFFORD NEWS BUDGET MRS. W. D. FRENCH, JJorresponden Friday, March 18, 1910. I TROUBLE FO MIAMI DEPARTMENT IS TS a v 1 i MIAMI, cloven miles from Globe, Is now tho terminal of tho Gila Val ley, Globo & Northern railway. It has a postofflcc, express office, telograph offlco ar.il a thrco-trip-a-day train service with Globo. Tlireo months ago Miami haa one house; it now has two hundred. Miami has a population of 500. Tho population of Miami district is 2,000. In the Miami district aro tho Miami, Warrior, Insplraton, Keystone, Live Oak, Cor dova, Boston-Miami, Cactus, Gibson, Duquesne, Sshulzo Group and Colo De velopment copper mines, with a capitalization of $30,000,000. Miami is tho distributing point for these mines. Tho Miami mino now employs 600 men, with a monthly payroll of $75,000. The first month's freight receipts at Mi ami were over $40,000. Miami is growing rapidly. All lines of business aro represented. It has a wcokly newspaper, 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 Mlaml7 If so seo me about it. If you want water I haul it. C. H. CAPPS MIAMI GOLDEN Dry Goods MIAMI MIAMI DAIRY WILKINS BROS, Props. Dairy Products Deliver ed Daily MIAMI, ARIZ. The Miami and ROOMING The placo to friends. JOHN TITZPATICK S. ABRAHAM MIAMI, AEIZ. We arc still soliciting your patronage. "We do not aim to slight you. If our solicitors have not called on yoiij notify us and one 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 featuve. We invite you to look through our stock and compare prices. Ranch eggs, Safford butter and fresh vegetables and fruits our specialty. S. ABRAHAM LOS ANGELES FOLKS WELL RECEIVED IN Eager Crowd Lisetns Atten tively to .Tale of Great Copper Wealth Notwithstanding that tho train enr ryiug tho Los Angeles boosters arrived fifteen minutes earlier than was an nounced, beforo all bad alighted from tho train several hundred Minminni gathered at tho depot to welcomo the visitors. As tho timo alloted to Miami bad been cut down to thirty-five minutes, thero was little delay by tho visitors in viewing Miami and its surroundings. About half of tho "party, which num bered 150, visited tho Miami mino as guests of Superintendent Oottsbergor, while tho remainder were moro inter ested in securing data and making ob servations of tho most substantial fivo month old town in tho southwest. Those who visited tho mine wero amazed at tho magnitude of tho un- , rieitaking and regretted that lack of timo forbade a more thorough inspec tion. Tho visitors wore shown tho four shafts, wero told that thoy were on top of a solid mountain of low grado cop per ore, of which 20,000,000 tons wero blocked out, and were shown tho mam moth concentrator under construction where 2,000 tons would bo ticated daily. After tbc possibilities of such a giant mining project, in the way of town making and financial profit to tho com pany, had been grasped by the surprised visitors, the information was easily handed out to them that tho Miami Cop per company mino was tho A in an alphabet of other mines that lay in a straight lino for ten miles distant, and for which tho town of Miami, with its railroad, was tho only outlet. They were told about the Inspiration, which, three years behind the Miami in devel opment, already had twico as much oro in sight as the Miami, and they were told of tho Keystone, Live Oak, Cor dova, Warrior, Gibson and all tho others in this district. Tho boosters who did not visit tbo mino wero busy with tho real ctato agents and business men, and it is safo to say that tho visitors carried away tho business address of ovo ( Miami merchant in their noto lo:k. Tho excursion was undor tho direc tion of Frank Wiggins of tho I.os An geles chamber of commerce, who has no equal in tho west as a booster and direc tor of publicity. Among the boosters was Dr. Walter Lindley, of Los Angeles, who is a broth er of i)r. W. K. Lindley of Miami. Dr. Lindley acted as tho official spokesman ful the visitors and replied in a felic T. H. Arnold & Co. Engineers and Contractors CONCRETE, ELECTRIC WIRING, EXCAVATION MIAMI, ARIZ. MUM Cobb Brothers Staplo and Fancy Groceries Saloon BEST GROCERY HOUSE In Miami, please yo Wo open to meet your S. ABRAHAMS itous vein to tho Globo welcoming ad dress. Dr. Lindley is proprietor of the California hospital, a Los Angeles insti tution with oOO rooms and wherp 100 nurses aro employed. Tho visitors were met by a commit tee composed of Messrs, Van Dyke, Hoddan, Arnold, Woods, Duffy, Green, 1'rochhska, Pepper, Northington, Smar gonsky, 1'itzpatrick, Glass, Copas, Jones, McGuire, Despot, Gicslin, Comfcro and Lincecuni. The- boosters were oager for informa tion about tho Miami district and want ed to know what was tho reason for a town of Miami's sizo within six months. Tho leception coniinitteo was kept busy replying to tho many ques tions and their best replies wero that Miami hail tho mines, nn unknown amount of oro and a $12.'5I000 a month pay roll. .Every 'moment of the visitors wns taken up with somo feature. The Globe City band discoursed a lot of good mu sic, Secretary Itohrabacher did a mega phone stunt worth tho price of admis sion and "Hard Itock" Hill Worden, conductor on tlip. Miami extension, imnlo a speech. Ilill told his hearers that per haps for rest and pleasure ono might lmvo to go to tho Pacific coast, but for tho fellow in quest of tho big iron dol lar, that tho Globo and Miami districts offered tho best opportunities of mis place in the southwest. The visitors spent about forty min utes in Miami. o LOAN COMPANIES SATISFIED Miami is now in its fiood period flood period of prosperity. A llood of monoy is turned Miamiward, and from a source whoro money is usually hard to tenure. The Arizona Mutual Loan association has accepted Miami prop erty as a good risk and as a result $5,S00 have been placed for building loans in Miami through Miller, who is local .agent for tho company. Send somo of tho Special Mining Editions of tho Silver Unit tn vnur friends abroad. A few left at tho low prico of 23 cents each. RACE SUICIDE is not nearly tlid monaco to increase in population that deaths among in fants aro. Eight out ot ten of these deaths aro directly or indirectly caused by bowel troubles. McGco's Ilaby Elixir cures diarrhoea, dyscntary, sour stomach and all infant ailments of this nature. Just tho thing for teething babies. Prico L'oc and 50c per bottle. Sold by Palaco Pharmacy. I havo taken charg of tho Ameri can Shoe Shop, on Bailpy street. First class work guaranteed." JOHN CAltOLAN. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets nro safe, suro and reliable, and havo been praised by thousands ot women who havo been lestored to health through their gentle aid and curativo nropcrties. Sold by all drug gists. , Artistic nro places. Globo Brick & Construction Co. Send somo of tno Special Mini Editions of tho Silver Belt to vo ine Editions of tho Silver Belt to vour friends abroad. A few loft at tho' low prico of 23 cents each. A NEIGHBOR OF YOURS as well as as yourself is liablo at any timo to havo rheumatism. Wo'ro all 1 liablo to havo cuts or burns, bruises or scalds, crick in tho back, neck or sido somo kind of nn acho or pain. Then heed tins advice and tell your neigh bors Ballard's Snow Liniment rolioves all aches and pains nnd heals all wound Sold l,v Palaco Pharmacy. RULE Store SAFFORD, March 17. Safford citi zens aro liberally tagged with "the green" today. II. J. Dowdlc and the Morris brothers returned from their quest of pasture in Apacho county Tuesday morning. S. S. Campbell loft for Clifton this morning to look after some mining in terests in that placo. From thqre he will return to New York in a few days. Tho two Chinamen brought in from Geronimo last Sunday had a hearing beforo Court Commissioner A. T. Colton yesterday morning and were ordered to be deported. They left last evening for Globo in charge of Assistant United States Attorney J. C. Forest, of Pres cott, and R. IL Harpham, another offi cial, of Globe. Tho interpreter, Leo Ilarklim, left for Tucson this morning. Peter Fisher, an old timo resident of Safford, who has been living for several years in California, arrived in town Wednesday afternoon. Ho expressed burpriso at the signs of progress on every hand. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Henderson came in from' Globo yesterday morning. John II. Connell, of Globe, is in Thatcher visiting Lc Roy Snow. Z. C. Prina is suffering from an at tack of la grippe. At Central this morning a young son arrived at tho home of MrNand Mrs. Harvey Watson. The Pythian Sisters held an open so cial meeting last night in Solomonville. Quite a number attended from Safford and reported having spent a very enjoy ablo ovening. Mrs. Sherwood Hall, accompanied by her son Vivian, is making a tour oif tho world. A comnuinicntion just re ceived from her is dated Algiers on tho Mediterranean. Mr. and Mrs. Hall spent six months in Safford about a year ago and loft many friends heie. W. O. Roundy left for Globe yester day afternoon. Tho train bearing tho Los Angeles IS ERESTED IN LiflL Making Effort to Get Hear ing Before Committee on Indian Affairs In order that the Hamilton-Owent In dian liquor bill, which threatens to wipe out practically all of tho saloons in Gila as well as a number of other counties in tho territory, may be thor oughly investigated boforo it is taken up in the houso of representatives, Gov ernor Richard E. Sloan is using his in fluence to havo this matter taken up bo foro tho houso committee on Indian af fairs. Telegrams which wero despatched to tho governor a few days ago by tho .officers of the chamber of commerce, Mayor Kinney of this city and tho county board of supervisors havo at least in n measure been of some effect. President Towle of tho chamber of com merce yesterday received a communica tion from J. l' Cleaveland, secietary to tho governor, stating that the matter had already been taken up and it is expected that somo action in tho matter will bo had within a short time. In his communication, Secretary- Cleaveland says: "I beg to acknowledge receipt by the governor of your telegram of March 12, protesting against tho passage of tho Hamilton-Owens senato bill, No. 1981. "Tho governor has requested tho de partment of tho interior that before final consideration of tho bill, full op portunity will bo offered those inter ested for or against tho bill to be heard before tho houso committeo on Indian affairs." Tho churches and temperance societies throughout tho territory generally are in favor of tho passage of the bill, whilo the general business interests aro ap parently strongly opposed to its passage, indicating that the matter will bo bit terly fought boforo tho houso committee, if such a hearing is granted. In this city, tho minors' union has taken a stand in favor of tho bill and at a meeting of tho members of this organization, with tho various churches of this city, to be hold Sunday night, the matter will bo discussed. As has already been stated, the busi ness organizations of this city aro gen erally opposed to the measure and the proposed abolition of saloons in this dis trict has aroused niucii interest in this citv and throughout tho county gener ally. BOSTON HONORS EVACUATION DAY BOSTON, March 17. Tn accordance with time-honored custom Boston today held its annual celebration of Evacua tion dav. commemorating tho withdraw al of tho British troops from this city nnd tho entry of Washington's army Kit years ago. The day's exercises wero centered upon ino couth nosion penin sula, upon which the British forces wero encamped. Tho chief feature of the programme was n military and naval parado which was reviewed by Governor Draper, Mayor Fitzgerald, General Sherwin, Congressman Hobson of Ala bama and other notables. LOVERS of good health should prevent sickness intead of lotting themselves get sick and then try to euro it. So long as you keen your liver, bowels and stomach in a healthy and active condition you won't get sick. Ballard's Herbine ro lioves constipation, inactive liver and all stomach nnd bowel troubles. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. ov 0 chamber of commerce delegates thun dered through Safford at about 7 o'clock this morning. Frank Butler, a former Soffordito, but now living in Denver, is a business visit or to the valley. SAFFORD, March 10, (Delayed in postoffice). Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Smith canio on the freight yesterday morning on their way h une from California and stopped over in Safford to visit friends. They left later by the regular train for Globe. Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldman, accompan ied by their son Abe, left Monday morn ing for Bowie. From there Mr. and Mrs. Goldman proceeded east to their homo in New York nnd Abe Goldman returned to his business in San Bernar dino. W. A. Sehafcr was an incoming pas senger from Dos Cabezas yesterday af ternoon. Maury Grider camo in from Bowio yesterday. Mrs. Hattio Kelscy and daughter re turned Monday from a sight-seeing trip to the Grand Canyon and other points of interest in Arizona. Mrs. Nora Clarke left for Globo yes terdav afternoon. .T. J. Birdno left for Clifton this morning on business in connection with tho assessor's office. Foiest Supervisor T. T. Swift re turned this morning for a ten-day bus iness trip to Globo and vicinity. The Ladies of the Maccabees met last night at the if. E. South meeting house and initiated three now mombers. Sev eral new names wero also proposed for membership and balloted dn. This hive, lately organized, is growing quite healthily. Miss Ada Hynes of Tucson is a late arrival in Safford. Tho Layton and Clifford school ball teams will cross bats next Friday af ternoon. EXTEND SEARCH S Sister of Charles Clark In timates Suspicion of Foul Play BOSTON, Mass., March 17. Tho au thorities ot Chicago, Denver, Leadville and Seattle, havo been asked to join in tho search for Charles A. Clark of this city and Leadville, who disappeared from Cnicago two weeks ago in company with James Davidson of Denver. Miss Augusta M. Clark of this city, secretary and treasurer of tho Nevada Smelting company, his sister, told an interesting story today regarding her brother's movements, and of an allegejd attempt to get him out of tho way before the May meeting of tho stock holders. Miss Clark declared that George Baker, one of the directors of tho com pany, tiied to get her brother, also a director, to go to Europe whilo they were both east in February. Clark re fused and returned to Chicago, where ho met James Davidson, another direc tor. The company has become involved in a legal dispute with tho American Finance company regarding tho trus teeship of tho stock of tho Boston. Nevada company. WILL ENFORCE LI Statement of Warning from Agriculture Department to Sheep Grazers WASHINGTON, D. C, March 17. Herders cannot grazo sheep in Califor nia forests, in defiance of the regula tions of tho agriculaural department and tho forest service. This announcement at the department today was called forth by yesterday's decision by the supremo court of tho United States, upholding Judge Well born, in the federal circuit court of California, who acquitted three herders charged with criminally grazing sheep in the national forests. It was declared that grazing rules would be enforced. Foresters in the field havo 1pcii instructed to watch for violations and prosecuto them promptly. DOLLAR EACH FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN CONSTANTINOPLE March 17. It is learned hero that a band of Albanians recently surrounded the village school at Vnshtuu, in Macedonia, and carried off tho twenty-two pupils, who were ransomed by their parents at the rate of about one dollar a head. MISSING I M I W. D. Beading J. F. Crampton E. W. Weinraann THE PEERLESS MEAT MARKET We liave pleased you in other markets and can please you in our own. We handle everything in our line. 668 North Sroad St. Phone 71 Wright Brothers Want Ac counting of Profits Made by Cleary NEW YORK, March 17. Edwin Cleary, who managed Paulhan's aero plane llights in this country, found more woo today through tho proceedings brought against him by tho Wright com pany. Cleary yesterday obtained an injunc tion to prevent Paulhan taking from this country two aeroplanes he had been using. Today tho Wright company in a suit filed against Cleary asks an in junction to prevent Cleary from con tinuing to give exhibitions with the alleged infringing apparatus with or witnout Paulhan. Such exhibitions, it is claimed, will wear off the novelty and kill the public interest in aeroplane exhibitions. In addition tho company asks that Cleary be compelled to account for the profits received by him in previous llights. INDIANA WOMAN A CENTENARIAN WASHINGTON, Ind., March 17. Mrs. Lucinda Fields celebrated her ono hundredth birthday with a family re union at tho homo of her daughter in this city today. Mrs. Fields is a native of Washington county, Kentucky, but most of her life has been spent here. rpHE RODGERS HOSPITAL and Training School for Nurses For Surgical, Maternity and General Medical Cases. A limited number of pupil nurses taken for training. Directory for Graduate Nurses in Connection MARK A. RODGERS, M. D. 123 S. St ono Ave. Tucson, Arizona. Globe Tent & Awning Co. MANUFACTURERS Tents, Awnings, General Canvas Goods 130 EAST MESQUITE ST. Easy Way Washing Machine Something entirely now in this line, "Cleans While You Rest." HAROLD L. COOMBS, Local Agent. Res. 780 E. Maple St. BOX 1056 GLOBE, ARIZ. Commercial Gas Engines and Hoists Latest, safest and most Improved model, guaranteed for economy and re liability simplest scientific engine built Agent for MINING AND IRRIGATION PUMPS Sold and installed on absolute guarantee by JOHN WOG BOX 211 GLOBE. ARIZ. March Records B are here. M m Come in and H V see our M New Victor Victrola H ft F. L. Wightman fL MUSIC DEALER H Hi .?$ m THE ST. ELMO Sydnor, & Sterns, Props. The Finest of Wines Liquors and Cigars We handle only the Best Quality Goods 474 North An entire new line of Easter Novelties and Gifts. These are the very latest out. Buttcrick Patterns . G. S. VAN WAGENEN & CO. ARIZONA INVESTMENT CO. BEN JONES, Manager. Sec us about a nice corner, two lots for $323, and a three-room houso for $550; and if you want 10 'acres good agricultural land with water for $2,000. Only five miles from Globe. Also a gold properly in tho Grahams. Office 177 No. Broad. MADE BYTHE'CUBAN CIGAR C2 DENVER, COLO. FRIDAY and SATURDAY Be Sure and hear Miss Anna Virginia Miller at the Iris EVERYTHING FREE' From two to four p. m. Today Miss Miller will talk on "Home Luncheon." She will COOK and SERVE Ham and Eggs, German Toast, Raisin Gin ger Cakes, Blanc Mange with FruiJ:, Custard Sauce. Everybody Welcome Gob e Lihf Broad Street & Power' Co.