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Friday, April 8, 1910. DAILY AEIZONA SILVER BELT Page Three MIAMI DEPARTMENT MIAMI, cloven miles from Globe, Is now tho terminal of the Gila Val ley, Globe & Northern railway. It has a postofflco, express office, telegraph offlco and a threo-trip-a-day train servlco with Glohe. Three 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, Duquesnc, 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 $70,000. Tho first month's freight receipts at Mi ami wcro over 40,000. Miami is growing rapidly. All lines of business aro represented. It has a weekly newspaper, The 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 soo mo about it If you want water I haul it. C. H. CAPPS MIAMI $- MIAMI DAIRY- The Miami Saloon WILKINS BROS, Props. and ,l ' , ., ROOMING HOUSE Dairy Products Deliver- Tho piac0 t0 racot your cd Daily friends MIAMI, ARIZ. JOHN FITZPATIOK v S. ABRAHAM f MIAMI, ARIZONA STAPLE AND FANCY GROCER ES Miami News Brevities The postoffico store has erected a largo' new awning. H. C. llohlsworth of tho. Daily Sil ver Belt was in Miami yesterday. Dr. II. A. Abbott returned yester day to Miami, after a week, 'a absence. Xew union cards of the Bartenders' league of America wore received and distributed yostorday to all the saloons in Miami. Campbell Lincecum. of tho Miami Meat company has recovered from his recent illness and is again able to at tend to business. Mrs. John Martin is leaving on a visit Saturday to her parents' homo in tho Artesian Belt, whero sro expects to make a fortnight stay. t Mr. Schwartz of Chicago purchased two lots in Mnimi yesterday on Live Oak street. Tho Miami Ileal Estnto company put through tho deal. The retaining wall being erected by the Miami Townslto company under the supervision of Superintendent William .Tansen, is well ii'mler way. Mr. Manuel, representing George D. Barnard & Co., of St. Louis, book prin ters and stationers, was in town yes terday calling on the different mer chants, and business ineu. J. C. Efromson, cashier of the Gila Valley Bank & Trust company of Mi ami, wishes to. warn all merchants to be on tho lookout for a counterfeit So.OO bill which ho detected. It is a very good copy of the original, tho on ly differeneo being tho engraving, which Is blurred and not as distinct as tho geuninc. TIio now Airdomo theater on Miami avenue, under the management of Mr. Wilson is rapidly Hearing conipoltion. Tho opening danco will be given Sat urday night. Mrs. C. S. Wood and children are going to leave Saturday for her ranch at Stockton Pass, in tho Graham rnoun tains, whero they expect to remain for the Minimer. Paul Gassoway went to Globe yostor day, whero ho expects to meet his fam ily. In tho course of u few days Mr. Gassoway intends to bring his family to Miami, whero he will make his l'i' turo home. Two arrests wefo made Wednesday night on charges of disorderly conduct. Tho culprits woro brought beforo Judge Nash for trial. It cost one $0.30. Tho other was not so lucky; he is do ing twenty days. " The Arizona Eastern, railroad deliv ered a large water tank to Foreman Cain for use In the erection of tho new passenger and freight depot yester day. Satisfactory progress is being made, tho force having been increased to twenty men. Tho Ladies of tho Maccabees of tho World hold their regular bi-monthlv meeting Wednesday night at tho homo of Mrs. Boppes on Railroad avenue. There wore several new members ini tiated after which tho hostess served a delicious collation. SAFFORD NEWS BUDGET MRS. W. D. FRENCH, Corresponden SAFFORD, April 7. J. B. Parks is a business visitor in towu from Will cox. Census Supervisor V. F. Towlo of Globe is in tho valley on business re lating to his office T. H. Arnold & Co. Engineers and Contractors CONCRETE, ELEOTRIO WIRING, EXCAVATION MIAMI, ARIZ. 12 Hours -TO X PHOEN Via Globe-Kelvin Staj.o Lino. Leaves Globo 4 a. m. every day. Leaves Kelvin 11 a. m. every day. Faro ono way, $G.00. Round trip, $10.00. Connects with Phoenix & Eastern R. It. at Kelvin. O. K. Livery, Feed & Sale Stable W. P. KELSEY. PROP. Charles Morris loft for his home in Globo Wednesday afternoon after dis posing of his business in court at Sol omonville. W. G. Elder of Globo is spending a few days in tho valley on business. Charles Hammond was an incoming passenger from Willcox yesterday af ternoon. As three littlo boys were racing homo from school yesterday they ran into a wiro fenco that had just been erected. Two of tho boys escaped with scratches, but Donald Ross was badly cut on the faco about tho mouth, which required soveral stitches to join tho edges of tho wound. Tho Order of tho Eastern Star held its regular meeting last evening and resolved to give a novelty entertainment next Wednesday night at Masonic hall and chnrgo an entrnneo fee of 23c. The pxogram will bo along different lines from that usually followed and will contain somo amusing features. Later a play will be given by O. E. S. talent. S. V. Ballin was an incoming passen ger from St. Joseph, Mo., yostorday afternoon. Miss Louiso llollister will leavo for Globe today and give a lecture tonight in the interests of W. C. T. U. work. CONTRACT IS LEI FOR BUILDING OF BRIDGE New Steel Footbridge Over Pinal Creek in Next Four Months CONTRACT GOES TO EL PASO COMPANY Many Other Matters Taken Up at Regular Meeting of City Council Within tho next fou'r months, a now steel foot bridgo will bo built across Pinal creek, on tho east sido of North Broad street, a contract for the con struction of this bridgo having been let to tho El Paso Bridgo & Iron com pany at last night's session of tho city council. Tho contract was awarded to tho El Paso concern for tho price of $1,040. Bond in tho full sum of tho contract price will be given to insure completion within four months. Tho new structure will be of steel, 110 feetjn length, with an eight foot roadway. Tho steel frame will rest on concrete piers, supported at- tho center by steel posts, the structure being con structed to support a weight of 100 pounds per square foot. In addition to tho bid of thd El Paso Bride & Iron company, two bids for wooden structures were submitted by V. A. Frakes. Frakes offered to construct a cable bridgo for $973 or a wooden bridgo for $1,030. While these two bids were somewhat cheaper than that of tho HI Paso concern, it. was tho opinion of the majority of tlio membors of the council that a steel bridgo would bo a more permanent structure and that in the evont of tho construction of a wagon bridge across Pinal creek that the steel bridgo could bo easily removed to some other part of the city at no great cost. W. J). Webb, representing tho F.l Paso company, stated that the contract had been awarded that the material would be put in shape and shipped to this city in about three months. Tho now bridge, while it will not fill the need of a wagon bridge over Pinal creek, it will bo a material bene fit to all business houses on the east sido of North Broad street, jiartieular ly firms located near Pinal creek. New regulations regarding the erec tion of wires and poles in this city by telephone, telegraph or cloctric com panies which have been under consid eration for some time, were adopted. The new regulations cover tho erec tion and maintenance of poles and wires vory thoroughly and in addition provide for a nominal license on all such equipment as well as license fees for new construction work. Harry Temple appeared before tho council, requesting that a 32 candle power lamp be installed at the South II ill street bridge, and that the signs relative to fast driving across the bridge bo changed to make them more legible to tlio traveling public. Steps will bo taken to stop fast driving. No action was taken with regard to tlio light. O. Giacoma was granted permission to erect a two story building on Kuclid avonue. G. I)'. Barclay was also grant ed permission to repair his corral on north Broad street. The Globe lodge of Kilts was granted permission to construct and maintain a cess pool on Pine street near Mos quito, to accommodate the sewage from the new Elks' building now under con stiuVtion. The monthly report of Judge Ilinson Thomas for March shows that fines to the amount of $199.50 were collected in the police court. During tlio samo time 170 meals were furnished to city pris oners. Sanitary Ofiicer Lowthian was in structed to purchaso a team of mules for use b' the health department. The animals liavo been selected and will bo purchased at once. Few matters of importance came be foro the city fathers at last night's session, the mooting being unusually short and wholly devoid of excitement. LADIES' GUILD HAS ANNUAL ELECTION Seo tho beautiful now Kimball Pi ano wo aro giving away FREE. On ex hibition in our store. Sultan Brothers. Prompt relief in all cases ot throat and lung troublo if you uso Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. Pleasant to take, soothing and healing in effect. Sold by all druggists. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets assist nature in driving all im purities out of tho system, insuring a freo and regular condition and restor ing tho organs of tho body to health and strength. Sold by all druggists. Delightful Meeting Held at Moreheacl Home The Ladies' Guild of St. John's Enis copal chu'reh met at tlio residence of Mis. jlorelicacl. The annual election of officers occur ring, those elected to ofilee were: President, Mrs. Morehead. Vive-president Mrs. Hoar. Secretary, Miss Hntter. ' Treasurer, Mrs. Wylie. Committee on ideas and suggestions for tho year consisted of Mrs. Nave. Miss Trevilian, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Wy lio and Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Lewis was welcomed as a new member. Tho total receipts for the year were $7:U.03. The total disbursements for tho year were $722.20. At tho close of the meeting Mrs Mil ler and Miss Ilutter favored tho ladies with several beautiful vocal and piano selections. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess, u.nd tho Guild adjourned to meet with Mrs. Lewis, Thursday af tcrnoon, April 20. Joseph M. Huston Alleged Grafter GLASS WORKERS OF FRISCO WALK OUT L tWMf'il ,''jVi'', W!$ i -, SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 7. As tho result of a conflict over tho closed shop principle, about 123 glass workers in this city have walked out. The buildirg trades council has been asked to indorse their course. Believed Him Guilty Jn a southern country of Missouri, years ago, when the form of question ing was slightly different than it is now, much trouble was experienced in getting a jury in a murder trial. Fin ally an o'd fellow answered every ques tion satisfactorily; he had no prejudices, was not opposed to capital punishment and wn, generally, a valuable find. Then the prosecutor said solemnly: "Juror, look upon tho p-isoror; pris oner, look upon tho juror." The old man adjusted his spectacles and peered at the prisoner for a full half minute. Then, turning to the court, ho said: "Judge, dura if I don't believe he's guilty." The unconscious humor of it so con vn'Jscd tho court and everyone else, ex cept the prisoner, that tho loss of an other juror was overlooked. Send somo of the Special Mining Editions of tho Silver Belt to your friends abroad. A few left at tho low price of 25 cents each. If you will call at our store or write us a postal card wo will tell you how you may get a beautiful new Kimball Piano free. Sultan Brothers. Tlio jury panel has been drawn and nil nrnnnrntinna linve been eomnloted at Harrisburg, Pa., for the t ial of Ar- chitcct .Joseph 31. liuston, ior complic ity 111 1110 CUJUIUI yiail- .WfiOii..v,m, ..v-At week. The defendant is specifically ,.l,n..,.rwl ivitli linvinp entered into a conspiracy to defraud the" state in fu'r nishing 277 desks to the capitol, on which an overcharge of more than $25, 000 is alleged and of making false en tries of tho number of feet contained in the desks. After several postpone ments of tho trial of Joseph M. lions ton, it was finally begun before Judge Kunkcl last January, but the breaking out of scarlet lever in one or ihu jur or's family, made it necessary to post pone tho trial. It was set for next week, and it is confidently expected l.,. niotriot Attnmev John Fox Wees that there will be nothing to interfere with bringing tne case to annui uu termination this time, THP. CIRCUS Acrobat finds it necessary at all times to keep his muscles and joints supple. That is tne reason inat nuiiumus ui them keep a bottle of Ballard's Snow T.ititimif nlivnvs nn lljinfl. A SlirC CUTC for rheumatism, cuts, sprains, soro thr&nt, lame hack, contracted niuscies, corns, bunions and all pains. Price 25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. GLOBE AUTO PARTY GETS BRUISED UP Treated Royal Familv Dr. William Coffin Starbuck died re cently at his homo, at the age of 92, says tho Boston Globe. For many years ho was prominent among tho dentists of this city, and ho had also a European reputation, being for a timo dentist to tho royal family of Portugal. Ho was the first man to uso ether as an anaes thetic in Spain or Portugal. Doctor Starbuck camoof an old Nan tucket family. He was tho son of Will iam Coffin Starbuck, and was born on the island, December 24, 182i. Ho had studied with Doctor Borton, the first man to use ether here. After his wedding, Doctor Starbuck went to Europo by way of tho Azores, spending most- of the six years ho was abroad in Spain and Portugal. In Lisbon ho found that the use of ether was unknown, and ho made the first demonstration of in the Lisbon hospital. George Kingdon Skins His Nose in Accident BISBEE, April 7. While on their way from Globe en route to iSisnee, a party of autoists, composed of T. L. Woodward, superintendent of the Cop per Queen Mining company; W. Shaw, J. O. Locklin and George Kingdon, who was driving the car, ran into a deep rut in the road while tho machino was going at a high rate of speed, throw ing Mr. Kingdon against the top of the car, striking his noso and cutting it quite badly. Tho party remained hero over night, intending to go to Bisbco and Benson through Florence. McEIroy for best painting materials. Every family, and especially thoso who reside in the country, should be provided at all times with a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment. There is no telling when it may bo wanted in caso of an accident or emergency. It is most excellent in all cases of rheumatism, sprains and bruises. Sold -by all drug gists. BUTCHERS ASK GASH Local Meat Cutters Forced to Discontinue System of Giving Credit Globe, Ariz., March 31, 1910. To whom it may concern: Tho local ranges have totally failed to produco beef and have never produced pork enough for local consumption. Every article in tho local meat markets must be imported to the city and must be paid for at time of purchase. There fore wo are u'nablo to continue our present credit system. On and after the April pay day, 1910, wo will be compelled to sell strictly for cash to everybody alike. Thank ing our patrons for their liberal patron age under the old system and hoping for a continuance under the new. Respectfully, CITY MARKET, E. D. Reed. PARKS BUOS. MARKJvr, w. li. rarKS. 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 people with rheumatism follow that advice f The answer is very simple use Ballard's Snow Liniment and tho rheumatism will go, leaving you as spry as a colt. Gives quick ami per manent relief from rheumatism, neu ralgia, lame back and all pains. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. Kimball Pianos None Better None More Reason ably Priced Terms to Suit You April Records Now Here F. L WIGHTMAN DR. P. B. CALER DENTIST GLOBE OFFICE BLDO. Pliona 1501. Over Naquin's Sibbald & Keegan PLUMBERS CORNER HILL AND OAK PHONE MAIN 192 P. O. BOX 2315 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. Globe Tent & Awning Co. MANUFACTURERS Tents, Awnings, General Canvas Goods 130 EAST MESQUITE ST. 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 McEIroy for wall paper. REDEWILL WORD CONTEST How Many Words Can You Make Out of the Name " REDEWILL " Grand 2S AUTO" 6"" " -n PIANO gg $200.00 COLUMBIA CABINET PHONOGRAPH Second Prize. $125.00 Certificate of Credit lo each of next two high est contestants. $115.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next three high est contestants. $103.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next four high est contestants. t $95.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next five high est contestants. $35.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next six high est contestants. $75.00 Certificate of Credit to. each of next seven high est contestants. $05.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next eight high est contestants. , $35.00 Certificate of Crcait to each of next nino high est contestants. $45.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next ten high est contestants. $15.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next one hundred highest contestants. 15G prizes in all of a retail valuation of $G,340. This is the result of a special advertising appropria tion allowed us by factories which wo represent to bring the factory dealer in closer touch with the customer. THE JUDGES OF THIS CONTEST WILL BE THE CASHIERS OF THE FOUR PHOENIX BANKS The Certificates of Credit are as good as cash and will bo accepted at their full faco value in our piano department in part payment on the purchase of any of tho regular Hues of pianos carried in stock by the Rcde will Music Company INSTRUCTIONS FOR ENTERING THE "REDE WILL" WORD CONTEST Thcro is no catch. Every one has equal oppor tunity for winning tho highest prize. However, if there should be a tie between two prize-winning con testants, the one submitting tho neatest and most artistic copy will be given tho higher award. The fol lowing rules must be observed: 1. Only one answer allowed from ono family. (Combine your efforts.) 2. Words must contain not less than two letters nor more than eight letters. 3. Uso each letter of tho name Redcwill only once, except letters 'c" and "1," which may be used twice in the same word. 4. Only words from tho English language will bo counted. Xo proper names, lorcign quotations or ob solete words will be counted. 5. Complete your list as soon as possible; address it as follows: "Manager Redcwill Word Contest, care Redcwill Music Co.. Phoenix." Send by mail or deliver in person. No replies will be received after C p. in., Tuesday, April 12th. 0. Tho following coupon must be filled out COM PLETELY and pinned or pasted on top of your list. Unless this is done no attention will bo paid to your list. NOTE: No member of tho Redcwill Mumc Co. or employe will bo allowed to enter this contest. FORM 21. COUPON I HEREWITH SUBMIT MY LIST OP WORDS FOR THE "REDEWILL" WORD CON TEST: Name Street and No Town or City P. O. Address Number of words made out of the name "Redcwill" according to rules Have you an Upright or Square Piano or Organ.' State which.