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Thursday, April 7, 1910.
MIAMI DEPARTMENT
MIAMI, cloven miles from Globe, is now the terminal of tho Gila Val
ley, Globe & Northern railway. It has a postofflco, express office,
telegraph office and a thrco-trip-a-day train service with Globo.
Threo months ago Miami had ono house; it now has two hundred. Miami
has a population of 600. Tho population of Miami district is 2,000. In the
Miami district aro the Miami, Warrior, Inspiraton, Koystono, Live Oak, Cor
dova, Boston-Miami, Cactus, Gibson, Duquesne, Sohulzo Group and Colo De
velopment copper mines, with a capitalization of $30,000,000. Miami is tho
distributing point for theso mines. Tho Miami mine now employs GOO men,
with a monthly payroll of 575,000. 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 aro still open. It is prcdictod 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
WILKCNS BEOS, Props.
Dairy Products Deliver
ed Daily
MIAMI, ARIZ.
The Miami
and
ROOMING
The place to
friends.
JOHN PITZPATIOK
S. ABRAHAM
MIAMI, ARIZONA
EXPANDED METAL ARRIVES
T. II. Arnold & Co., contractors for
the Boddan & Efromson Wilding von
Livo Oak street, received a largo con
signment of oxpanded metal this morn
ing from Chicago. This material will
bo u'aert for reinforcement of tho second
story concrcto walls. This is tho first
use of expanded metal in Miami.
MAY FIGHT FIRE
It is learned on good Authority that
steps are being taken to provide Miami
with ndequato equipment for fire pro
tection. BARTENDERS MEET
Bartenders' Union No, G17 will meet
tonight at Mission hall nt 7:110. All
members aro requested to bo present.
Five new members will bo initiated.
HARD ROCK BILL BACK
Condt.Vtor Hard Hock Hill Wordcn
returned to his oflieial duties yester
day after several days' illness. Ho
expressed surpriso and gratification at
the rapid strides Miami has taken dur
ing his absence.
Miami News Brevities
SAFFORD NEWS BUDGET
MRS. W. D. FRENCH, Corresponden
SAFFORD, April C Miss Louise E.
Hollister of Evnnston, III., national or
ganizor and lecturer of the W. C. T.
U., arrived in SafTord yesterday af
ternoon. Miss Hollister addressed an
audience last evening at ,tho Methodist
Episcopal church and will speak to
night at tho Baptist church. Sho gave
a short talk to the school children this
momiug at tho schoolhouse.
Mr. and Mrs. Dory Morris left this
morning for Cbrpu's Christi, Texas,
where they will spend somo time visit
ing relatives.
Charles W. Morris of Globo is n
business visitor in Safford.
Messrs. Joo Iligdon and James Mcc
han are Globo visitors spending several
days in town.
Tho Ladies' Aid of tho M. E. church
met Tuesday afternoon for the purposo
T. H. Arnold & Co.
Engineers and Contractors
CONCRETE, ELECTRIC WIRING,
EXCAVATION
MIAMI, ARIZ.
IZ ii
ours
TO-
PHOENIX
Via Globe-Kelvin Staj.o Lino.
Leaves Globo 4 a. m. every day.
tLcaves Kelvin 11 a. m. every day.
Faro ono way, $0.00.
Round trip, $10.00.
Connects with Phoenix & Eastern
R. R. at Kelvin.
O. K. Livery, Feed
& Sale Stable
W. P. KELSEY, PROP.
MIAMI ROOMS
Over Abraham's Store.
Opened by Mrs. McDon
ald of Globo. Newly
furnished. Bates reason
able Your patronago
solicited.
HOUSE
meet your
STAPLE AND FANCY
J GROCERjIE
FUNERAL TODAY
Tho funeral of J. W. Kidgcway, who
died Tuesday night nt his residence
in Miami will bo held in Globo today.
IN GLOBE ON BUSINESS
Counselor Faircs of Taires & ShafTer
has been in Globo for tho past few
days on legal business.
PATE IN JAIL
W. .T. Pate waived examination Tues
day night when ho appeared before
Judge Nash and was held to await tho
netion of the grand jury. His bail was
placed at $500. Being unable to fur
nish siime ho was remanded back to
jail and was taken to Globo yesterday
by Constable Win. Stevens.
VAN DYKE BACK
Mr. and Mrs. CJcvc W. Van Dyko
returned yesterday to Miami after a
week's sojourn at Phoenix and Tuc
son. HITCHINS OPENS UP
Dr. Hitchins of Globo has opened a
dental parlor in Judgo Nash's oflico
building on Sullivan street.
of electing olfiecrs for the coming year.
Mrs. Mary Dallas was elected presi
dent; Mrs. D. E. Jonson, vice president;
Mrs. T. T. Sniff, secretary; Mrs. F. M.
Thorstensen, treasurer. Tho ladies will
hold a strawberry festival some time
next month.
F. S. Block, a clerk formerly cm
ployed in tho Morris Simon store in Sif
ford, committed suicido in El Paso a
few days ago. The cause is unknown.
A sister of Mrs. Ben Mmier of Sol
omonville, arrived in the valley yester
day afternoon from Colorado. Sho was
accompanied by a littlo daughter.
The Itiggs building is undergoing 're
pairs and a new tar and gravel roof
ts ueing piaeea ttiereon.
I 'The buildings belonging to tho coun
ty poor farm arc being overhauled and
renovated preparatory to their recep-
! tion of tho county's sick and destitute.
t Drs. Piatt and Stratton have been
awarded the contract for caring for the
patients.
Mr. and Mrs. Lent Johnson of Thatch
er aro proudly showing a new baby
girl to their nu'merous friends. The lit
tlo ono arrived Tuesday morning.
Miss Elizabeth IJeidel arrived vester-
day afternoon front Denver, Colo. Miss
lieidci will visit her parents and btoth
er, who are residing in SafTord.
Tho Ladies of the Maccabees met in
regular session last night and initiated
Mrs. Emma Kirtland. Other candidates
were balloted upon and will bo received
into tho order nt tho next meeting. Af
ter tho business was disposed of a
pleasant hour was spent in tho consump
tion of ice cream and cake and merry
converse.
Miss Ada Thorstensen is spending
tho week in Hubbard visiting friends.
Tho condition of W. D. Johnson of
Thatcher is somewhat improved.
The Layton school district finds that
thoio is not sufficient taxable property
in their section to bond for a $5,000
building, so they will add two rooms
to their present schoolhouse, which will
suffice at this time.
For Over-Eating ana Drinking Noth
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Tuna Bitters, naturally easily. No
upset, sick feeling. Palaco Pharmacy.
See tho beautiful new Kimball Pi
ano wo aro giving away FREE. On ex
hibition in our store. Sultan Brothers.
Send somo of tho Special Mining
Editions of tho Silver Bolt to your
friends abroad. A few left at tho low
pnco of 25 cents each.
Saloon
i
Party Composing the Famous Billionaire
Train on Way to New York
1 lift mim
A -"tli iii'hiibii ni n .WW "" - iiHfrMiiiiiT i
PHOENIX, Ariz., April 0. Thero have been plenty of "millionaire trains" run over the railroads of tho
United States, but it is not often a "billionaire special" is arranged by railroad officials. Leaving Pasadena, Cal.,
tho Santa Fo road undertakes to carry six private cars containing some of the wealthiest people in the world
from their winter's ou'ting to the summer outing in New York and Newport. Stopping at Grand Canyon for
a breathing spell, tho famous "billionairo train" will thunder its way on eastward, guarded as never a train was
guarded beforo from accidents. The fact that the train is made up of so many wealthy people has attracted the
attention of the country, and railroad officials aro softly cursing under their breath and staying up nights to see that
no accident happens to" their wealthy patrons Andrew Carnegie and wife head the party, with Mrs. Rttssel Sage
and her friends a close second. Then como Edwin Gould, his wife and children, with a few folks worth only three
or four' million dollars to balance the car. W. Seward Webb, having some $20,000,000, and being a railroad direc
tor, agreed to take the first ear on tho train nnd therefore any cinders. Major and Mrs. Slocum chipped in with
three New Yorkers, and they too, havo a private car, which adds A military guard to tho party.
HOUSE IS HE
DESTROYED in
Heavy Loss Suffered in Sec
ond Fire on Property
in "Week's Time
ORIGIN OF BLAZE
A DEEP MYSTERY
Severe Damage by "Water Is
Added to Fire Loss
in Lacy Home
After havjng been on fire less than
a week ago, the home of Mrs. Margaret
Lacy, at 432 North Hill street was
badly damaged at 8 o'clock last night
by another blaze which was subdued
by the fire department only after a hard
fight.
The fire originated in a basement
kitchen, where tho first fire was discov
ered. Its origin is entirely unknown,
as it is claimed by W. E. and II. Lacy,
who occupied the house du'ring their
mother's absence, that thore had been
no firo in tlio kitchen stove for soveral
days.
Tho flames had spread to tho outside
of tho houso whon the firo department
arrived, but both the chemical and
water hose lines were working within a
few seconds, with the result that tho
firo was under control beforo it had
spread to the second floor of the build
ing. Tho Lacy brothers removed the great
er part of their personal effects from
tho hottso before the arrival of the fire
department. The furniture could not
bo removed, howover, and was badly
damage'd by water, it being necessary
to flood tho entire house before tho
last vestige of the fire could be dis
pelled. The houso is owned by James Towle
of Los Angeles and is said to be in
sured, although in what amount cou'ld
not be learned last night. The house
was not badly damaged, except by wa
ter. Mrs. Lacy's effects, which aro said
to carry some insurance, will bo prac
tically n total loss.
Tho house had just been repaired, fol
lowing the blaze of a week ago, wlun
last night's firo originated. Less than
two" hours before tho blaze was discov
ered, a carpenter had completed his
work by hanging an outside door in the
basement kitchen where the firo origi
nated. Tho premises wore investigated to
some extent by members of tho firo de
partment last night, but nothing with
regard to the origin of the firo could
be determined, its cause being more of
a mystery than has been tho case with
any recent local fire.
SUICIDES RATHER
THAN BE ARRESTED
Railroader Held Police at
Bay Nearly an Ilour
PUEBLO, Colo., April fi. .Tames Wil
son, a railroad man,aged 15, shot him
self in the head this afternoon, after
resisting a posse of police almost an
hour.
lie was driven from an abandoned
boiler,-where he had tnken refuge, by a
brush pile firo in the box.
Wilson's fight with tho jiosse began
when Policeman Cartinez attempted to
arrest him on a warrant charging an at
tempt to murder Oliver ISVott, for whom
Mis. Wilson had been keeping house.
If you will call at our store or write
us a postal card wo will tell you how
you may get a beautiful now Kimball
Piano free. Sultan Brothers.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets assist nature in driving all im
purities out of tho system, insuring a
free nnd regular condition and restor
ing tho organs of tho body to health
and strength. Sold by all druggists.
M
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
FISHER
BOUND
OE
AFTER WAIVING
EXAM1I
Man Who Slashed Wife
Tells Court 111 Health
Was Responsible
Waiving a preliminary examination
in Judgo II. II. Pratt's court, Milton
Fisher, who two weeks ago slashed his
wife with a razor, was yesterday held
to answer to tho grand jury on a
chargo of assault to commit murder.
In" court yesterday Fisher made no
attempt to set u'p a defense for tho
crime with which ho is charged, al
though ho talked freely of tho circum
stances which surrounded tho affair. He
claims to have no knowledge of having
slashed his wife with a razor and will
probably plead temporary insanity as
a defense, when the matter comes be
foro the district court.
Fisher stated in Judgo Pratt's court
that ill health and domestic infelicity
was the cause of the affair. Accord
ing to his statements, ho has suffered
from tuberculosis" ipr some time, hav
ing been confined in a Denver hospital
for several months. After coming to
this city and securing employment at
the Old Dominion saw mill, he found
that the work was almost beyond his
strength. He was in financial difficul
ties and his domestic affairs were such
that he and his wife were on tho verge
of an open rupture, when they met on
the evening of tho tragedy.
Fisher claims that his wife threat
ened to leave him. What happened af
terwards is a blank to him, ho claims.
Ho docs not deny that he attempted
to kill his wife, but on the contrary
blames himself for the affair.
Although his physical condition has
improved since ho was locked up in
jail after the tragedy, Fisher is suffer
ing from extreme mental depression, as
the result of constant worry over tho
affair. Since ho has learned that his
wife will recover his spirits have bight
ened materially, but fear is expressed
among those who come in contact with
tho man that ho will suffer from a
nervous collapse.
Fisher's bail was fixed at $1,500. Ho
was unable to furnish bond and will
probably be compelled to remain in jail
until the coming term of court, when
his case will be tried in the district
court.
AGAINST ACTION
OF BUTCHERS
Passes Resolutions of Con
demnation Against New
Cash System
At tho last rcsulnr meeting of Globe
Miners' Union tho following resolution
was adopted:
Unsolved, By Globo Miners' Union
that we protest against the action of
the butchers and business men of Globe
in demanding cash payments, and ciu
iinir nfY mnnthlv credit, and wo dosiro
to point out that the majority of the
wago-worKers in me tusirict aro paici
monthly, and we are of the opinion that
they are doing an injustice to all wage
workers. We desiro to remind the business
men that they aro dependent upon us,
nnt. forirnttintr the fact that to u cer
tain extent we aro dependent upon
them. If this policy is pursued it will
work for a short time a hardship upon
us, and bring nnaneiai ruin to nio uus
iness interest of Globe. Wo therefore
consider it to the best interest of all
that monthly credit bo continued.
GLOBE MINERS' UNION No. (50, W.
F. M. WILLIAM WILLS,
M. II. PAGE, Secretary.
President.
NATION
ION
S
PROTEST
IS
if
TO
OTHER MAN
Mexico Mining Engineer Is
Winner Over Arizona
Railroad Man
TUCSON, April 0. Jilting her af
fianced husband, Ralph S. Stubbs of
Tucson, general freight and passenger
agent of tho Arizona Eastern railway
system, Miss Madge Martin was mar
ried in New York Saturday to Glad
stone McElhinney, a mining engineer
from Mexico.
About ten days ago Miss Martin left
for New York to prepare her trousseau
for her marriage to Mr. Stti'obs, which
was set for April 28 and was to occur
at the magnificent home of the Martin
family on Riverside drive. Thursday
Mr. McElhinney returned to his New
York home, from Mexico, and Satur
day they were quietly tnarried.
This morning news of Miss Martin's
marriage was received in the city by
Mrs. W. II. Barnes, the young woman's
grandmother. Mrs. McElhinney merely
telegraphed that sho had been married
Saturday to Mr, McElhinney and that
owing to her mother's severe illness
she was not informed until after the
ceremony had been performed. Evi
dently the wedding was a very quiet
affair.
Mrs. Barnes immediately (informed
Mr. Stubb's associates in the local of
fices of the Randolph lines. Mr, Stubbs
is now in California with the Lovett
party, and E. A. Macon, traveling
freight agent, Iett tor the coast to
break the sad news. It is expected that
the marriage of his fiancee will prove
n severe shock to the young man.
The engagement of Mr. Stubbs and
Miss Martin was announced about a
month ago. Though Miss Martin has
spent most of her tinlc for the last sev
eral years visiting in Tucson with her
grandmother, the yoti'ng couple did not
first meet here, but in New York. They
were frequently together here. During
tho recent aviation meet at Phoenix
Mr. Stubbs' family came from Nevada
to that place to meet Miss Martin.
Stubbs, Sr., is president of tho Univer
sity of Nevada.
Littlo is known locally concerning
tho man Miss Martin married. Mrs.
Barnes stntes that he is a mining eflgi
neer of somo prominence in Mexico.
His Now York residence is next door
to that of the Martin family.
BUTCHERSASKCASH
Local Meat Cutters Forced
to Discontinue System
of Giving Credit
Globe, Ariz., March 31, 1010.
To whom it may concern:
Tho local ranges havo totally failed to
produce beef and havo novcr produced
pork enough for local consumption.
Every articlo in tho local meat markets
must bo imported to the city and must
bo paid for at time of purchase. There
fore we aro u'nablo to continue our
present credit system.
On and after tho April pay day, 1910,
wo will bo compelled to soil strictly
for cash to overybody alike. Thank
ing our patrons for their liberal patron
ago under tho old system and hoping
for a continuance under the new,
Respectfully,
CITY MARKET, E. D. Reed.
PARKS BROS. MARKET, W. H. Parks.
CENTRAL MARKET, Christ Ullrich.
PEERLESS MARKET, W. D. Reading
PIONEER MARKET, Max C. Bonne,
Supt.
EMINENT AUTHORITIES SAY
That outdoor exercise is needed by the
American people. That's all very well,
but how can peoplo with rheumatism
follow that advice? Tho answer is very
simple uso Ballard's Snow Liniment
and tho rheumatism will go, leaving you
as spry as a colt. Gives quick anu per
manent relief from rheumatism, neu
ralgia, lame back and all pains. Sold by
Palace Pharmacy.
GEE
MARRIED
GOOD NEWS
Many Globe Headers Have Heard It
and Profited Thereby
"Good news travels fast," and the
thousands of bad back sufferers in
Globo arc glad to learn that prompt re
lief is within their reach. Many a
lame, weak and aching back is bad no
more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills.
Thousands upon thousands of peoplo aro
telling the good news of their experi
ence with the Old Quaker Remedy. Here
is an example worth reading:
Mrs. J. A. Blount, 331 North Main
street, Tucson, Ariz., says: "About a
veor ago while living in Phoenix, I used
Doan's Kidney Pills, which were highly
recommended to me by a friend. I
found them very effective in relieving
tho pains in tho small ot my back from
which I had suffered a great deal. I
attributed this trouble to disordered
i neys. It did not take Doan's Kid
ney Pi. Is long to convince me that thoy
live up to representations and the praise
I givo them is duly warranted. My
advico to anyone having bqekacho or
any other annoyance caused by weak
kidneys is to get Doan's Kidney Pills
and givo them a trial.
I am certain that tho most pleasing
results wi.i be obtained."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, sole agents for tho United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
E
IN FOR CONTEil
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April C
Because in an appeal case from the
superior court of Santa Barbara to the
supremo co'urt, Ralph Schoonovcr. a
prominent attorney of Santa Barbara,
characterized the judgment of the low
er court as "rotten and putrid," he
will havo to appear beforo the higher
tribunal when it sits at Los Angeles
April 13 to show cause why he should
not be punished for contempt.
Tho section of tho brief which caused
the supreme court to issue the citation
declared the decision of the superior
court as a "Hypocritical judicial cloak
to cover as damnable a case of unblush
ing robbery and oppression of widows
and orphans as ever went unwhipped
of justice in this reign of Mammon."
NO RESPONSIBILITY
FOR SAILORS' DEATH
WASHINGTON, I). ('., April C The
court "of inquiry investigating the
cause of the premature discharge of a
gun on board the cruiser Charleston,
in Subig Bay, Philippines, March 28,
by which eight sailors lost their lives,
has decided the accident was probably
due to a firing pin which was broken
nnd bent. In loading, the firing pin
struck the primer with the plug closed
and was partially turned. No b'amo
is attached to anyone.
LAMER
W. D. Reading J. F. Crampton E. W. Weinmann
THE PEERLESS-MEAT MARKET
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We handle everything in our line.
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there is opportunity for the skill of the pro
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thinking jumbling of type, paper and ink by the
mechanical printer.
Too many buyers of printing -worry themselves and
Avaste their time vainly endeavoring to direct
the production of their printing by the mechan
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If you are not sure what you want, we can find the
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It costs nothing to consult us, and we warrant it
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Page Three
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Canvas Goods
130 EAST MESQUITE ST.
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Something entirely new in this line,
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BOX 1056 OLOBE, ARIZ
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