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- (Friday, March 25, 1910. DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Page Three MIAMI DEPARTMENT MIAMI, cloven milos from Olobo, is now tho terminal of the Qlla Val ley, Globe & Northern railway. It has a postofflce, express office, telegraph offlco and a throo-trip-a-day train servlco with Globe. Throo months ago Miami had one 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, Duquesne, Schulze Group and Cole De velopment copper mines, with a capitalization of $30,000,000. Miami is the distributing point for theso mines. Tho Miami mlno now employs 600 men, with a monthly payroll of $75,000. Tho first month's freight receipts at Mi ami were over $10,000. Miami is growing rapidly. All lines of business aro represented. It has a weekly nowspapor, Tho Miami Messenger. Many business opportunities are 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 Globo to Miami? If so soo me about it. If you want water I haul it. C. H. tyPPS MIAMI MIAMI DAIRY YVTLKINS BEOS, Props. Dairy Products Deliver ed Daily MIAMI, ARIZ. GOLDEN RULE Dry Goods Store MIAMI Cobb Brothers Staple and Fancy Groceries America to Pay High Honor to Shackleton, "England's Peary" MEDAL PRESENTED-! SHACKLETON M 1I1C ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL sot-jcrr The Miami Saloon and ROOMING HOUSE The place to meet your friends. JOHN FITZPATICK BEST GROCERY In Miami. We open to plcaso yo S. ABRAHAMS 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 vTill come at once. Our business is growing rapidly and our large stock is growing accordingly. Wc are taking great pains to make the prices a leading feature. We invite you to look through our stock and compare prices. Eanch Qggs, Safford butter and fresh vegetables and fruits our specialty. S. ABRAHAM TRIAL FOR MURDER I STARTS 0 Defendant Accused of Kill ing Sailors by Whole sale for Robbery FANNY CROSBY NOW Famous Author Has Written Seven Thousand Hymns During Lifetime ABERDEEN, Wnsli., March 24. What promises to develop. into one of the most notable murder trials in the history of this section is scheduled to begin at Mcntesnno tomorrow, when William Oohl is brought into court to answer to tho charge of murdering. ..Charles Hedberg. Tho victim was n sailor and is alleged to have been mur dered for tho purpose of robbery. For a nu'iiiber of yearn Oohl has been well known in the Paget Sound district a8 u sort of nn agent in hiring ships' cicws. During this timo thcro havo been reported several murders of sail ors after thoy havo been paid off. Tho .body of Iledberg, bearing evidenco of 'murder ajid robbery, was found washed mlinrn. Tho bodv of John Hotlnian. who disappeared a.bout the samo timo though now ninety years old she lias BIUDdEPORT, Conn., March 24. Fanny Crosby, famous as the aiulior of nearly ?,O0U Gospel hymns, received mimeious congratulations today on the occasion of her ninetieth birthday. She lives with a niece in this city, whero her birthday anniversary was fitting ly irecognized this afternoon by a gatli eiing of tho members of tho Fanny Crosby Circle of King's Daughter!). The famous hymn writer, whose full nanio is Frances Jane Crosby Aran AI styne, has been blind over since sho was six veeks old. At tho age of fifteen she entered tho Institute for the Blind, in Xow York City, and for ten years tho was a teacher there. SVie wiinte and published her first hvinii while sho" was still in her teens, and as itctiuerg, lias never uocn louuu. His remains and thoso of other victims as well are, belioved to Jiuve lieen buried by tho murderers. The a'rrest of Oohl resulted from ales ho told whilo under tho influenco want to have the same namo opposite of liquor, lie is alleged to havo, boast- every liyinu in their books, Miss Crosby ed of numerous niunlers anil oilier used during her long career more titan not yet laid aside her pen. When at tho height of her activity sho frequent ly pioduced twelve or h'feon hymns in a single week. At the suggotion of her publishers, who said they did not crimes nmi to navo displayed consid erable sn'nis of money, tho source of which he was unablo to explain satis factorily to tho authorities when ar rested. Ono of the sensational stories told of Gobi since the charge of mur der was niado against him is that on ono occasion two sailors who had just been paid off were robbed by him and left to die in a most heartless manner. Ac cording to tho tale, the two men, af ter being plied with liquor and re lieved of their money, were taken by Gohl in his boat and marooned on a band bar, tho alleged murderer rowing to shore, leaving the men to fall vic tims to tho lising tide. ANNIVERSARY OF TEDDY'S GOING r sS.iiZJhZ?- m. 1 W8&0&. & W W IIP ty if? -.Sii Mv C con .' ' arfv K CARNEGIE MiJWy74f'9 r t OT G NOTES SIR EM. -1 SHACKLETON NEW YORK. March 21. While Great Britain and other countries in Kurope aro preparing to pay fitting honor in the near future to Robert K. Peary, American discoverer of tho North Pole, this country will have an opjiortunity of showing its apprecia tion of the work of Lieu'tonant Sir. Ern est II. Shackleton, the Knglishman, who penetrated nearer to the south pole than any other man in the world's history. Sir Ernest is to lecture in New York city and elsewhere, and in Washington he is to receive from the hands of President Taft the gold medal of tho National Geographic society. The in troducer of Shackleton to his New York audience in Carncgio hall on tho night of March 29 is to bo Peary him belf. The- subject of the antarctic ex plorer's lecture is "Farthest South ' Among tho other honors to bo paid to the explorer is tho presentation of the medal of tho, American Geograph ical society of this city. In his visit to America and Canada Shackleton will bo accompanied by Lady Shackleton. Ho is forty years old. On January 9, 1909, he leached 88 degrees 23 minutes south, 110 miles from the south pole. INDIAN HOT SPRINGS, March 24. II. C Shepard of Los Angeles, is a guest at tho Springs. .T. M. Follis of Miami, returned to his home last Tuesday. ' .T. D. Wheeler went to Globe last ev ening. M. Peters, an electrician at Miami, returned to that placo yesterday. Mr: Peters was much improved in health. J. F. Gray, who is in, the employ of the government at Roosevelt, is so journing at tho Springs. Miss Ella M. Cooper of Globo is spending, a month's vacaton at tho Springs. C. A. Cobourn of Willcox is taking a cou'rso of the waters. M. F. Sayre of Geronimo was a recent visitor. John Toy of Globo is here for the benefit of his health. Matt Schwartz of Globo is here to gain relief from stomach trouble. Tom Ibbitson of Globe who came here suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism, is much improved. R. L. Reno of Douglas arrived at tho Springs yesterday. Mr. Reno is travelling by automobile and is visiting nil of the larger towns in the valley. Dr. R. C. Dryden of Pima will make regular visits to the Springs during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Stecn of Bisbeo, are spending several weeks here for the benefit ct .Mrs. Steen, who is sutler ing from rheumatism. A large crowd of visitors is expected at the Springs next Sunday. The large swimming pool is filled with min eral water and ready for bathers. Last Sunday the spacious grounds were filled with people from the Valley towns. There was a ball game, foot races and other interesting amusements. (Several parties motored from Safford and spent the week-end. Tho swimming pool promises to be tho point of interest next Sunday, as the ideal weather makes this sport a iavorito pastime. Tho Arizona Eastern makes excur sion latcs for those desiring to spend Sunday at the Springs. BANQUET FOR AERO DEFENSE OF NATION I NDGESTQN D Makes Your Out-of-Order Stomach Feel Fine in Five Minutes COOK iOTE PRIVATE Friend Says Letter He Got From Mrs. Cook Great ly Distorted PROFILE I ER E RELLINGHAM, Wash., March 2J. Dr. W. T. Axtell, a friend of the ex ploier Dr. Frodesick A. Cook, declined to make public tho exact text of tho letter ho has received from Mrs. Cook, but said that the public version of it was not authorized. "Tho letter .was a private one, from a friend,'' he said. "Everything I have said regarding it has been dis torted. The loter is a private ono and I must 'decline to give ou't its text." SHIPYARD 60E UNDER HAMMER Just a Year Since lie Left for Wilds of Africa 100 noms le plume. For over half century her hymns have been su'ng everywhere in the work of evangeliza tion. In 1S."!S Mi(..s Crosby was married to Alexander Van Alstyne, who also was blind. lie was a musician of ability and sct some of his wife's best known verses to music. Mr. Aran Alstyne died in 1902 and since then the, famous hymn writer has resided with a niece in this city, receiving a comfortable pension from the publishing firm who reaped large profits from her work. Probably tho best known of tho thousands of hymns that havo come from Miss Crosby's pen aro "Safe in the Arms of Jesus," "Jesus tho Water of Lifo Will Give," and "Jesus Keep Me Near the Cross." In addition to her hvimis, she has written numerous songs, many of which weie familiar ev erywhere a generation ago. Blue Frint Shows Outline of Territorial Road to Roosevelt Secretary Rohrabacher of tho cham ber of commerce has received from Territorial Engineer- GiraiM blue print profiles of the proposed territorial high way from Glqbo to Roosevelt, construc tion of which will probably bo com menced in the near future. They will be kept on filo in the office of the chamber of commerce for the inspec tion of those interested. According to the profile, the new road will bo twelve feet in width, sloping gently from the center, capped with threo inches of macadam. The map shows the inclines of the rock and earth cuts and raises, and should be very valuable,, espec ially to contractors who are figuring on tho work, according to thq adver tisement for bids, recently published. 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This will all go, and besides, there will be no sour food left over in tho stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors. Pape's Diapepsin is a certain cure for out-of-order stomachs,- because it takes hold of your food and digests it just tho same as if your stomach wasn't there. Relief in five minutes from all stom ach misery is waiting for you at any drugstore. The large CO-ccnt cases contain more than sufficient to thoroughly cure al most any case of dyspepsia, indigestion or any other stomach disorder. Artistic nro places. Construction Co. Globe Brick & NEW YORK, March 21. It is just ono year today sinco former President Itoosovelt departed from this city on his inemoraWe hunting expedition to Africa, Upon his arrival homo next June ho will have been gono about fifteen months and travelled a distance almost equal to tho nircuit of tho world. The estimated cost of his trip is $23, 000, which amount is considered exceed ingly small in view of tho important results attained. As the fruits of his eight months spent iu tho African jun gle, Colonel Rooccvelt has forwarded over 500 rate and jmiortant speci mens to the Smithsonian institution and other scientific bodies in Amorien- T. H. Arnold & Co. Engineers and Contractors CONCRETE, ELECTRIC WIRING, EXCAVATION MIAMI, ARIZ. PENNY IN SLOT MILK SALESMEN Now Departure Being' Our. in London Tried LONDON, March 21. A penny-in-the-slot machine which delivers half- pints of milk has made its appearance in London. The inachino is equipped with a small ice compartment to keep the milk cool and fresh in warm weath er. It is expected to prove a great convenience to the housewives who run short of milk after the closing hours of the shops and dairies. CHESTER. Pa.. March 24. The shmvard of John Roach & S'on, which for many years was one of the leading shipbuilding linns ot America, was oi fered for sale at imblic auction here tndav to settle the estate of John II. Roach. At theso yards were built the r, II t. ..-I 1 lUrt J- Li'imscrs incaco. me iosiuu aim uiu "i- Tanta, as well as the gunboat Dolphin, t ho ii oncer steel vessels ot tne now navy, and all four of which are still iillont, nearly thirty years after their launching. Two ot them, tne Ulncago and the Dolphin, are still in commis sion. At the timo of the death of John Roach, the founder of tho firm, two thirds of the iron vessels in tho coast wise tiade and several ships in the China and Australian trado had been built by him. Tho entiro fleets of the Savannah, tho Ward, the Old Dominion and Pacific Mail companies had been built at the Roach navy yards here. When the fou'r steel vessels were built for tho navy political influence delayed their acceptance by the govern ment. This delay caused tho failure of the firm and led to the prcmatiiro death of the senior member. For a time John B. Roach Kin tho yard successful- lv. Afterward it passed into tho hands of the Delaware River lion Shipbuild ing & Engine Works, LOVERS of good health should prevent sickness instead of letting themselves get sick and then try to euro it. So long as you keep your liver, bowels and stomach in a healthy and active condition you wnnt fret sick. Ballard 's llerbine re lieves constipation, inactive liver and all stomach and bowel troubles. Sold by Palace Pharmatv. Have Finished Examination of Dealers WASHINGTON, D. C, March 24. Having heard the retailers and pack ers of meat, in an effort to fix the responsibility- for tho prevailing high prices, the senate committee making an investigation of this subject has ar ranged to take the testimony of cattle raisers at a hearing next Tuesday. Cat tlemen from Texas and Colorado will bo the witnesses. DENVER, Colo., March 21. Sensa tional reports reached hero today of im portant changes in tho control of tho Denver & Rio Grando and the Western Pao'.fic Railroads. The times this ev ening says: "Edwin Hawley is said to havo se cured important holdings in the Den ver & Rio Gxando and is now declared to be 'in a position to dictate the traffic policy of that road and tho Western Pacific. "It has been confirmed officially that Mr. Hawley is a large stockholder in the Western Pacific, but his holdings in that road are not sufficient to givo control. His domination of affairs in the Western Pacific is declared 'to be due to the acquisition of stock in the Den ver & Rio Grande. NEW YORK, March 24. The annu al banquet of the Aero Clu'b of Amer ica, which takes place tomorrow night at the Hotel St. Regis and for which all arrangements were completed today, promises to be a notable affair. The banquet will be in commemoration of the winning of both international tro phies by the Aero club. Tho chief topic of discussion by tho speakers will be the necessity of the United States government to provide itself with a suitable aeronautical equipment for national defense. Tho speakers will include congressmen James L. Sladcn of Toxas and J. Sloat Fassctt of New York. Brisr. Gen. James J. Allen will represent the United States signal corps. Mound City Paints are better. Whil ley Lumber'Co. Globe Tent & Awning Co. MANUFACTURERS Tents, Awnings, General Canvas Goods 130 EAST MESQUITE ST. DR. P. B. CALER DENTIST GLOBE OFFICE BLDO. Phono 1501. Over Natiuin's Easy Way Washing Machine Something entirely new in this line, "Cleans While You Rest." HAROLD L. COOMBS, Local Agent, Res. 780 E. Maple St. BOX 1056 GLOBE, ARIZ. W.D. Beading J. P. Crampton E. W. Weinmann THE PEERLESS MEAT MARKET We have pleased you in other markets and can please you in our own. We handle everything in our line. 668 North Broad St. Phone 71 McElroy for wall, paper. 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