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A Saturday, April 9, 1910. DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Page Three MIAMI DEPARTMENT MIAMI, eleven miles from Globe, la now the terminal of the Gila Val ley, Globo & Northern railway. It has a postofflco, express office, telegraph offlco and a threo-trip-a-day train Bervlce with Globe. Three months .ago Miami had one houso; It now has two hundred. Miami has a population of 600. The-populatlon of Miami district is 2,000. In the Miami district are the Miami, .Warrior, Inspiraton, Keystone, Live Oak, Cor dova, Boston-Miami, Cactus. Gibson, Duquesne, Sohulze Group and Cole De velopment copper mines, with a capitalization of 530,000,000. Miami Is the distributing point for these mines. The Miami mine 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 are represented. It has a weekly newspaper, The Miami Messenger. Many business opportunities are still open. It is predicted that by January 1, 1011, the population will bo 3,000. Miami Business Directory MIAMI DAIRY WILKINS BROS, Props. Dairy Products Deliver ed Daily MIAMI, ARIZ.. The Miami Saloon and ROOMING HOUSE The place to meet your friends. JOHN FITZPATICK Do you want anything moved from Globe to Miami? If so seo me about it If you want water I haul it. C. H. CAPPS MIAMI S. ABRAHAM MIAMI, ARIZONA STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ftxruvyWMiii i o lliwwM-1-l-uJ-lyJru-u Miami News Brevities ' "iMiSVrtWtwi(yuwjw Happy Jack resigned his position as head waiter at Melntyro's hotel yes terday. . n J. J. Keegan was in town yester day looking after the new building ho is erecting on Livo Oak street. o Messrs. Weinberger and Gnlpin of Globe wore spinning around tho streets of 'Miami hi tho former's new ma chine yesterday. o " Sheriff Thompson arrived in Miami yesterday afternoon on business, re maining over for tlio last train to Globe. v enuo to bo given tonight, Saturday, Ap ril 1). Admission freo. Mr. Wilson as sures good music and ono of the best dancing iloors in tho district. Miss cAnna Petersen, formerly head waitress at tho Gibson boarding house, on tho hill, is now employed as head waitress at Mclntyro's hotel. j o I Harry C. Houser, democratic candi date for city clerk, and W. K. UroOks traveled out to Miami from Globo yes terday on horsoback. They called on several of their frionds whilo hero, returning lato in tho evoning to Globe. o . Superintendent C. C. Mallard of tho Arizona Eastern Railroad and W. II. Wheeler, architect in charge of tho new Miami depot, arrived in town yester day morning. They both seemed well pleased with tho progress inado tlms far by Foreman Cain and his gang of laborers. MEXICANS FINED Two more Mexicans were brought be fore Judge Mash yesterday morning charged with fighting. They were fined $10 each, which they wero able to pay, o CONCRETE BUILDING W. Daniels and R. J. Georgo are the contractors for Frank Giidecunz's new building on Gibson street. Tho building is to be 25 x 50 feet, one story concrete block'. Tho work is to be completed by tho end of this month, o THEATER OPENING Do not forget tho opouing dance at the new Airdoiuo theater on Miami av- MEXICAN INJURED Simone Voiros, a Mexican in tho om ploy of the Miami Copper company, was seriously injured Thursday at the new concentrator at Miami. Whilo remov ing lumber from a pile tho remainder fell on him. Ho was taken care of by Dr. McWhirt, the company doctor. o DANCE AT KEYSTONE Tho now Keystone boarding house, a building 30x00 feet, which has re cently been completed at the Keystone mine, will bo dedicated Monday night, April 11, with a grand ball, to which all aro invited. Tho Globe orchestra will furnish the music and W. T. Hub bard, who will manage tho" dance, as sures everyone of a good time. CHURCH SERVICE SUNDAY Word has been received from J- C. Iteid, territorial superintendent of Pres byterian missionaries, that thero will bo chinch services next Sunday, both on the hill and in Miami. In the after noon Mr. Reid will lectin e at the Sun day school house at tho mine, and in tho evening will deliver a sermon in Miami. Tho placo will bo announced later. Mr. Reid is well known in Mi ami as a convincing and interesting lec turer and it is expected that a Jargo number of peoplo will gather to hear him Sunday evening. c BARTENDERS' MEET Bartenders ' International League of America No. 0)7 had their regular meet ing Thursday night at Mission hall. Mr. Eaton's resignation as financial secre tary having been aqcopted, James R. Welsh handed in his resignation as president and was elected financial sec retary. Ralph A. Huskey was elected president to succeed Mr. Welsh. M. P. Wilhelm, James V. McAfee, Steve Rora kutich, II. G. Beck and F. F. Estes wero admitted as members. This brings tho membership up to twenty-nine. SAFFORD NEWS BUDGET ' . ' MRS. W. D. FRENCH, Corresponden SAFFORD April 8. Miss Leo Parks left for her homo in Globo Wednesday afternoon after a wook's visit with rel atives in Safford and Solomonville. George Footo was an outgoing passen ger to Los Angeles yesterday morning. T. H. Arnold & Go. Engineers and Contractors CONCRETE, ELECTRIC WIRING, EXCAVATION MIAMI, ARIZ. 12 Hours TO PHOENIX Via Globo-Kelvin Staj.o Lino. Leaves Globo 4 a. m. every day. Leaves Kelvin 11 a. in. overy 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. Mrs. F. W. Hayes and little sonleft yesterday morning for Indiana after a two day's businoss visit. ,Kdward Riggs arrived in town sov orad days ago from Dos Cabczas to look after business interests in Safford. Berry Foster, Sr., is building two houses on his lots at tho cast end of town for renting purposes: Ed. Arkills of Globo is a business visitor in tho valley. The inmates of the now county hos pital aro highly pleased with their beau tiful surroundings. Under tho man agement of Drs. Piatt and Stratton the hospital machinery is running smoothly and pleasantly. The murderer, Anton io Enriquez, is confined in ono of tho rooms under guard. Undcrshoriff Frank Hnyues of Globo was a visitor in Safford today. A. W. Leffel was an incoming pas senger from San Antonio, Texas, yes terday afternoon. Tho Philharmonic society gavo a musicalo last night at tho church in Layton which was well attended. Among tho very eujoyablo numbers should bo mentioned a violin solo by Sidney Mashbir, accompanied on tho piano by Mildred Birdno, a selection from "Lu'cia do Lammermoor." The Misses Reed of Layton rendered a com ic duet entitled, "Tho Contrary Mrs. Johnson," and another called "Sour Grapes" by Mises Nellio Perkins and Mae'Thompson. A quartette composed of Mis. LuVUn Jacobson, Miss .Tessio Birdno and Messrs. Claydon and Georgo Birdno sang "Tho Fortuno Teller." A duet "Hark, Hark, My Soul, Angelic Songs Aro Swelling," was sung by Mrs. Jacobson and Jessio Birdno. Mrs. Anton Jacobson and Agnes Layton wero heard in leeitations which wero heartily encored. Jiulgo Lewis and tho court officials attended in a body from Sol omonville. Safford 's automobiles were kept busy. Tomorrow an all day concert will be given in the glove in Layton in which Samuel Gompers, Judge E. H. Gary and Governor Marshall in Steel Trust Fight ' . '' 1 trust miM ; St ; TAKE IT IN TIME Just as Scores of Globe People Have. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., April S. Governor Marshall has the briefs and a score of sworn statements furnished him by Samuel Gompers that peonage exists in the great mill of tho United States Steel corporation at Garv, Ind. The governor has been asked to dissolve tho charter of the steel company on tho ground that it has been violated. Tho American Federation of Labor has been collecting data against tho company for more than a year, and the attorneys for Gompers declare that they will shatter the romance that has existed around Gary. The steel company claims that Gary is the model city of the country and built more than 1,000 homes, which it sold to the employees. Mr. Gompers claims that these houses are really owned by the company and aro rented to only high class labor, while many of tho poor class of laborers arc forced to sleep in small rooms, as high as twenty five men being stretched out on tho door of a room that has but one window. Mr. Gompers also charges the com pany with owning the saloons and doing a liqu'or business -as well as making steel rails. Governor Marshall has the answer of the steel company to all. the charges and promises an investigation with his answer within the next two weeks. nil the musical organizations of the' valley will take part. It will bo made a picnic affair. l Mrs. J. S. Abbott acted as hostess Thursday afternoon to tho Katydid Whist club and guests. Five tables were brought into use and instead of awarding prizes to thoso holding high est and lowest scores tho players at each table cut for a pretty picture mounted in passepartout, and the fol lowing ladies wero the fortu'nato win ners: Mesdames Jennings, Dial, Fost ter, Clayton, Stratton. After the gamo refreshments of salad sandwiches, fruit punch, sherbet and cookies were sorved, whilo a pleasant social time was en joyed by thoso present, who were, be sides those mentioned: Mesdames Frcudenthal, Dowdle, Olncy, William son of Tucson, Warner, Simon, .Too Stratton, Oliver, Swift, Hasso of Globe, Misses Angia and Margaret Robins.on, Tucker, Dowdle, Jennings, Sowcll. Mesdames Chambers and Seiglitz aro visitors from the county seat today. Tho Helm family left for California this morning, where they expect to set tle. Knight Parker came to town today from his ranch at Thomas. Mrs. Angia Piatt and daughter of Thatcher have gone to spend a month in Duncan as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Allen. A. J. Curtis of Tdaho is visiting rel atives in Thatcher. EECEPTION GIVEN MISS HOLLISTER 5 OLD GOATS KEPI THE MONEY Such Is Charge Against W. Jones in Complaint of W. R. Hogan Charged with having embezzled the sum of $780.80, tho proceeds of the sale of 341 goats, W. R. Joncswas ar raincd bofoto Judo Hinson Thomas yesterday, on a complaint filed by W. 1". Hogan. Hogau claims that a short time ago ho delivered to Jones a herd of goats, to bo delivered to tho Pioneer mar ket, instructin him to cither deposit tho proceeds of tho sale in the bank to his credit or to leavo the money with Max Bonne, proprietor of the mar ket. Ho claims that instead of follow ing his instructions, Jones appropriated the money to his own use. Jones, on the other hand, claims that Hogan was indebted to him for more than tho proceeds from tho sale of tho goats and that ho had permission to re tain the money as part payment of tho indebtedness. Jones was admitted to bail in tho sum of $300, which ho will probably furnish. PRESBYTERIAN AID SOCIETY MEETING Committees Named for Com ing Year Tho Presbyterian Ladies' Aid society met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. II. P. Cory. A largo number wero pres ent and much interest was taken in the discussion of plans for tho new fiscal year just beginning. The now president, Mrs. Sarah E. Wales, for tho executive committco pre sented suggestions touching tho work for the ensuing year. Hereafter the nominal price of ten cents will be charged at each regular meeting to cover cost of refreshments. Twelvo committees, one for each month in tho year, to take charge of tales and oth er entertainments, wero agreed upon, and tho executive committee with Mrs. Cory added, was directed to appoint tho committees and assign to each its month of service. A "Calendar Supper" to be held just before the holidays was proposed, but action was postponed u'ntil the next meeting of tho society. Refreshments wero served by the hostesses, Mesdames Cory and Corbett. Mrs. Dr. J. L. Wales was welcomed as a new member. The next meeting will be held at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carden. McElroy for best painting materials. Talks to Ladies and Children Last Evening A reception in honor of Miss Louise E. Hollister was given last night at the homo of Mrs. Kate Fredericks, Oak and Hill street. The distinguished visitor was greeted by a largo number of ladies and children. During the even ing attempting lunch was served. The most interesting feature however, was Miss Hollister 's talk to tho young peo plo, which was given marked attention by 3-oung and old. Miss Hollister, representing the W. C. T. U., comes from Evanston, Ind., under tho direction of tho territorial organization. She is a very accomplish ed lady and a pleasant and instructive speaker. Miss Hollister will address the child ren of tho M. E. chu'rch Sunday morn ing. Slio will speak at the M. E. church at the regular morning service and at tho First Baptist church Sun day evening. Your tongue is coated. Your broath is foul. Headaches come and go. These symptoms show that your stom ach is tho trouble. To remove tho cause is tho first thing, and Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will do that. Easy to tako and most effective. Sold by all druggists. Seo tho beautiful now Kimball Pi ano we are civing away FREE. On ex hibition in our store. Sultan Brothers. Chamberlain's Stomacn and Liver Tablets assist nature in driving all im purities out of the system, insuring a free and regular condition and restor ing tho organs of tho body to health and strength. Sold by all druggists. THE CIRCUS Acrobat finds it necessary at all times to keep his muscles and joints supple. That is the reason that hundreds of them keep a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment always on hand. A suro cure for rheumatism, cuts, spiains, sore throat, lamo back, contracted muscles, corns, bunions and all pains. Price 25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. Every family, and especially those who reside in tho country, should be provided at all times with a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment. Thero js no telling when it may be wanted in caso of an accident or emergency. It is most excellent in all cases of rheumatism, sprains and bruises. Sold by all druggists. BUTCHERS S Local Meat Cutters Forced to Discontinue System of Giving Credit Globe, Ariz., March 31, 1910. To whom it may concern: The local ranges have totally failed to produce beef and have never produced pork enough for local consumption. Every articlo in tho local meat markets must be imported to the city and must bo paid for at time of purchase. There fore wo are u'nablo to continue our present credit system. On and after tho April pay day, 1910, wo will be compelled to sell strictly for cash to evorybody alike. Thank ing our patrons for their liberal patron age under tho old system and hoping for a continuance under tho now, Respectfully, . CITY MARKET, E. D. Reed. PARKS BROS. MARKET, W. II. 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 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, lamo back and all pains. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. A KNOCKER Is a man who can't see good in any person or any thing. It's a habit caused by a disordered liver. If you find that you aro beginning to seo things through bluo spectacles, treat your liver to a good cleaning out process with Ballard's Herbine. A suro euro for constipation, dyspepsia, indigestion, sick headache, biliousness, an liver, stomach and bowel troubles. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. Waiting doesn't pay. If you neglect the aching back, Urinary troubles, diabetes, surely fol low. c Doan 's Kidney Pills relievo backache. Cure every kidney ill. Many people in this locality recom mend Doan's Kidney Pills. Here's one caso: Mrs. J. Hurst, 501 W. Washington street, Phoenix, Ariz., says: "I had a constant, dull ache in the small of my back for a long time and whilo it was not severe, it was bad enough to make me miserable. I otten went to bed with a backache and got up in the morning with the misery still clinging to me. There was also a weakness across my loins that made it difficult to stoop, and if I did bend over, I became very dizzy. The kidney secretions were to.o frequent in passage, causing me much annoyance and I was bothered by a swelling of my limbs, in fact, my whole system was run down. About a year ago I pro cured a supply of Doan's Kidney Pills at the Adams Pharmacy and tho use of two boxes disposed of the backache and all fault with my kidneys. I cannot say too much in praiso of Doan's Kid ney Pills." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Miiourn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for tho United States. Remember the name Doan's and tako no other. Send some of the Special Mining Editions of tho Silver Belt to your friends abroad. A few left at the low price of 25 cents each. If you will call at our storo or write us a postal card we will tell you how you may get a beautiful new Kimball Piano free. Sultan Brothers. DR. P. B. CALER DENTIST GLOBE OFFICE BLDG. Phona 1501. Over Naquin's Commercial Gas Engines and Hoists Latest, safest tmd most Improved model, guaranteed for economy and re liability simplest scientific engine built. Agent for MINING AND IRRIGATION PUMP Sold and Installed on absolute guarantee by JOHN WOG BOX 211 OLOBE. ARIZ. 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" McEIroy for wall paper. REDEWILL WORD CONTEST How Many Words Can You Make Out of the Name " REDEWILL " Grand s PIANO jj $200.00 COLUMBIA CABINET PHONOGRAPH Second Prize. $125.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next two high est contestants. $115.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next three high est contestants. $105.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next four high est contestants. $95.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next five high est contestants. $S5.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next six high est contestants. $75.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next seven high est contestants. $G5.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next eight high est contestants. $55.00 Certificate of Crenit to each of next niuo high est contestants. $13.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next ten high est contestants. $15.00 Certificate of Credit to each of next one hundred highest contestants. 136 prizes in all of a retail valuation of $6,310. This is tjio result of a special advertising appropria tion allowed us HyN factories which wo represent to bring tho factory dealer in closer touch with tho customer. THE JUDGES OF THIS CONTEST WILL BE THE CASHIERS OF THE FOUR PHOENIX BANKS The Certificates of Credit arc as good as cash and will bo accepted at their full faco valuo in our piano department in part payment on tho purchase of any of tho regular lilies of pianos carried in stock by tho Rede will Music Company. INSTRUCTIONS FOR ENTERING THE "REDE WILL" WORD CONTEST Thero is no catch. Every ono has equal oppor tunity for winning tho highest prize. However, if there should bo a tie between two prize-winning con testants, the one submitting the neatest and most artistic copy will be given the higher award. The fol lowing rules must be observed: 1. Only one answer allowed from one family. (Combino your efforts.) 2. Words must contain not less than two letters nor more than eight letters. 3. Use each letter of the name Redewill only once, except letters "o" and "I," which may be used twice in the same word. 4. Only words from the English language will bo counted. No proper names, xorcign quotations or ob solete words will be counted. 5. Complete your list as soon as possible; address it as follows: "Manager Redewill Word Contest, care Redewill Music Co., Phoenix." Send by mail or deliver in person. No replies will be received after 0 p. tn., Tuesday, April 12th. 6. The following coupon must be filled out COM PLETELY and pinned or parted on top of your list. Unless this is done no attention will be paid to your list. NOTE: No member of tho Redewill Music Co. or employo will be allowed to enter this contest. FORM 21. COUPON I HEREWITH SUBMIT MY LIST OF 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 "Redewill" according to rules Have you an Upright or Square Piano or Organ? State which.