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DAILY AEIZONA SILVER BELT
Tuesday, April 26, 1910.
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MIAMI
MIAMI, eleven miles from Globe, is now tho terminal of tho Gila Val
ley, Globo & Northern railway. It has a postofflce, express office,
telegraph office and a-threo-trip-a-day train scrvico with Globe.
Three months ago Miami haa ono houso; it now has two hundred. Miami
has a population of 500. The population of Miami district is 2,000. In the
Miami district aro tho Miami, Warrior, Inspiraton, Keystone, Live Oak, Cor
dova, Boston-Miami, Cactus. Gibson, Duquesne, Schulzo Group and Colo De
velopment copper mines, with a capitalization of $30,000,000. Miami is the
distributing point for these mines. Tho Miami mine now employs 600 men,
with a monthly payroll of $75,000. The first month's frolght receipts at Mi
ami wore over $40,000. Miami is growing rapidly. All lines of business are
represented. It has a weekly newspaper, 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
MIAMI DAIRY '
WILKINS BEOS, Props.
Dairy Products Deliver
ed Daily
MIAMI, ARIZ.
The Miami Saloon
and
BOOMING HOUSE
Tho placo to meet your
friends.
JOHN FITZPATIOK
S. ABRAHAM
MIAMI, ARIZONA
GENERAL ELECTIONS IN
FRANCE LACK SENSATION
.Majority of Voters Satis
fied "With the Present
Administration
PREMIER BRIAND TO
SUCCEED HIMSELF
IRecord Clean and. Capacity
for Hard Work Is Amply
Demonstrated
PARIS, April 25. Wero it not for
the multi-colored election posters with
which nil public buildings and bulle
tin boards in Paris and ovorywhero
throughout Franco aro plastered over,
visiting strangers wou'M seareoly mis
pect that France is on tho vory ovo of
a general election, to bo held tomor
row, with isecond ballots, where neces
sary to bo cast on May 8. So littlo
excitement is displayed by tho public
that one might bo led to believe that
politics in Franco were in n state of
profound apathy. That is not so, how
ever. '
It is quit true that the election to
bo held tomorrow promises to bo ex
tremely quiet and unsciisatioiiul, but
this should not bo interpreted ns an in
dication that tho voters tako no interest
in tho issues and the final result of
the election contest. The apparent ap
atlry, nsido from certain instances in
which local issues havo caused u mild
form of excitement, mny be accounted
ior by tho fact that there is no conten
tion between great issues before the
country at this time. y
The great majority of tho voters is
perfectly satisfied with tho administra
tion in power and does not wish u
change. Premier llriand, as tho succes
sor of the nblo Cleinenceuu, lias been
at the helm of tho government during
a most trying period in tho history of
the republic. With admirablo skill and
infinite tact ho avoided tho dangerous
Riffs during tho tempestuous agitation
with which tho separation of church
and state was accompanied. With un
impeachable firmness, but, at tho sanio
time, avoiding all unnecessary friction,
ho carried out the policy of tho govern-
rnent and thus won iho respect even '
il uiusu miu uj'uavu mu principle OI
separation.
M. Briand proved himself a man of
exceptional ability, a statesman of
shrewdness and perspicacity, a politi
cian of tact and, above all, a thorough
ly honest and fearless man and staunch
republican. His political and adminis
tration record is clean and above re
proach and ovcu tho extremists of tho
opposition, the oxtremo socialists and
..i... ..usH.mmo jimu nu ijuii, iu Ilillioil 01 .Mr. OllCIUV, tllO lorlllCr .SU11
!..! ...11. "M T: i :! p 1 t . .. . . . -1
find with M. Briand ns a citizen or of
ficial. Therein lies his strength. Even
tho disclosures of tho malodorous Duez
scandal, showing an almost incrcdiblo
conuption in tho administration of tho
ciiurcn property expropriated by tho
state, did not weaken M. Briand's
strength. Calmly ho disarmed his ene
'" ") i"i"'s u mo met ruai was throughout tlio territory as a mining
ho who, ns minister of justice, liad call- man of exceptional experience and nbil
ed attention to tho corruption and had ity. A younger brother of Mr. Cole
..,... i.. :...:.. li.. ,.-l .i... ,i....
instituted n system of investigations,
which led to tho exposure of tho frauds
and delineations. Thus tho scandal it
elf and tho severe punishment of the
offenders, instead of weakening Bri
and 's position, materially incicased his
prestige.
Although far from being an cxtrem
st, M. Briand originally came from the
Agents make $100 monthly
i& "LITTLE WONDER"
ICE CREAM FREEZER.
No churning. No crank. No hard
work. Makes perfect cream and frozen
deeaerta. liulf gallon slzo 81.00 ; Gallon
HzetUiO. So cheap that every woman
buys. Tremendous sellor. Big profits.
Notaoldlnstoro. Secure territory now.
Drop us ncard today. It's great-don't
mien It. CHAMjKS A.DONSUl'l'LY CO.
HON. 10th Street, rhlla., pa.
,i
DEPARTMENT
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
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES
-
ranks of the socialists and two of tho
members of his cabinet, M. M. Miller
and and Yiviani, aro declared social
ists. This fact took tho wind out of
the sails of tho extreme wing of tho
opposition and mado effective parlia
mentary polemics between them and tho
government practically impossible. At
tho same time tho moderation and con
servatism manifested by tho essentially
bourgeois cabinet under M. Briand's
leadership in carrying ou't its program
has disarmed tho extremo right, com
posed of tho various Royalist elements.
M. Briand is n hard and conscientious
worker and has surrounded himself with
mo ncqually capable and willing to
work indefatigably. His ability and
resourcefulness during tho critical time
of tho disastrous floods won him gen
eral esteem and his strong indorsement
of proportional representation, which
may be considered tho main issuo of to
moirow'g election, will result in a vic
tory for the goverumeut.
ARTHUR COLE GEI5
FINE POSITION
AT
Former Globe Man Is Pro
moted to Superintendency
of Great Smelters
News was received in this city yester
day of tho promotion of Arthur O. Cole,
formerly of Globe, to the position of
superintendent of all tho redaction
works of tho Greene, Cananea Copper
company, located at Cananea, Sononi,
Mexico. Mr. Colo has a host or
frions in Globo who will congratulate
him on his rapid riso to prominence
in tho lino of work in which he has
specialized.
Arthur O. Colo was formerlv emnlnvpil
in tho nflion nf tlm Old Dnmininu nn-
per Mining & Smelting company, for
which he worked four year's, at the time
when Dr. L. 1). Rickctts was in ehirgo
or the property. Ulien Dr. Ricketti
went to Cananea, Mr. Colo accepted a
position with the Greenc-Cananea com
pany, with which he has remained ever
since, serving in turn as metallurgical
bookkeeper and assistant superinten
dent of the smelter.
His recent promotion is tho natural
consequence of his faithtul and effect
ive work in tho past and of the resig
orintendent of the reduction works, who
has 311st accepted a position in South
America, which carries with it a salary
of $75,000 a year. As Mr. Cole is only
thirty years old, his rapid progress in
reduction work is nothing short of
phenomenal. He is tho son of P. .1.
Colo of Globe, who is widely known
. . ' . .
is now employed in the ofiiees of the
Uld Dominion company.
Tho Greeno-Cananea leduction works
aro probably tho largest in the south
west, which fact in itself shows moro
clearly than could anything elso the
impoitanco of tho position to which Mr.
Colo has succeeded as a reward of his
inherent capability and his close ap
plication to his chosen life work.
TRY MECHANICAL
COTTON GATHERER
BOSTON, April S-!. A mechanical
cotton picker i one of tho most in
teiesting exhibits displayed at the Tex
tile show, which opened in Mechanics'
building iu this city today. Many other
recent inventions and improvements re
lating to various branches of textile
manufacture are shown, including the
latest ideas in concrete construction for
'otlon mills.
GANANEA
PI DDE niXIIinTn
ULUUL ULILmLU
BY BOYS FROM
THE HILL
ilome Team Outclassed from
Beginning to End of
Gory Struggle
FOUR ERRORS EACH
ARE CHALKED UP
Defeat of Ilome Team Will
Probably Be Benefi
cial to Game.
Outplayed at practically every stage
of tho game, the Globo baseball team
was dofeatcd for the first titno this
season Sunday afternoon, when the Cop
per Hill boys annexed a warm game
by the score of 6 to 2.
Tho Globo boys managed to sncalt
in two runs in tho second act, when
Bosquet and McGraw circled. The lead
of tho locals was not held for long,
however, for in the first half of tho
fourth, the visitors came back strong
and tallied three times on ono hit, Bos
quet, Dent and Martz coining in mainly
as the result of looso "play.
In the sixth inning the visitors re
peated their previous performance and
scored three more runs, Brewer, Martz
and Hudson coming in on three hits
and some noisomo playing on the part
of tho Globules.
In the nine innings Woisbeckcr and
Rigby were touVhed for eleven binales
by the Globe boys, but those hits were
scattered to su'ch an extent that they
wire of little value. Copper Hill
smashed the ball safely only six times,
but tho hits came when they were need
ed. In tho matter of errors, it was an
even break, .four each. Somo of tho
misplnys made by the locals ought to
havo been chalked up iu tho error col
umn, but as the man who wrote the
rule book could not make provision for
misjudgment on the part of players, the
niisctic column must stand as it is.
It is hichlv probable that Globe's de
feat will be a benefit to the game. It
shows that tho locals are not invincible
and as tho result, more spirit both on
the. diamond and in tho bleachors,
should show in tho coming games. Sun
day's crowd was up to the average, and
tho game was live enough to give all
of tho leather lu'ngs tho worth of their
money.
In detail the slaughter is as follow.1
GLOBE AB II H P A E
Sarver. ss ..4 0 0 2 5 1
Pinyan, lb 4
McGraw, if 5
Burek, e 2
Griffin, cf 1
Donohue, cf 3
Jones, 2b 4
Keegan, If 3
Bigando, 3b 3
Gossage, p 3
4
1
0
0,
Totals 32 2 11 27 11 4
COPPER HILL AB It II P A E
Head, 3b 5 0 3 2 2 0
Edmunds, c 4 0 0 5 4 1
Rigby, p.-2b 4 0 0 4 2 1
Bosquet, lb 4 1 1 10 1 1
Dent) 2b.-ss. ........ 3 1 0 2 5 0
Wcisbccker, ss.p. ... 3 0 0 Q 2 0
Brewer, cf 4 1 1
Martz, if 4 2 1
Hudson, If 4 1 0
2 1
0 0
1 1
Totals 3o 0 (i2G 18 4
Gossago out for running out of line.
Score by Innings
GLOBE 0 0200000 0 2
Hits 12211021 1 11
COPPKH HILL.O 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0
Hits 10 110 3 0 0 00
Summary
Earned runs, Copper Hill 2, Globo 2;
three-base hit, Bosquet; two-base hits,
Pinyan, Jones; sacrifice hit, Edmunds;
stolen bases, Head (2), Rigby, Dent
(2), Burek, Donohue, Bigando (2); hits,
olt Rigby 3, oft" AVetsbcckcr S; struck
ou't by Rigby 1, by Wcisbccker 4, by
Gossago 5; bases on balls, off Rigby 3,
off Weisbecker 4, off Gossago 1; double
plays Sarver to Pinyan to Bigando to
Jones, Hudson to Rigby; hit by pitcher,
Rigby, Dent; wild pitch, Rigby; passed
bulla, Binek (2); first base on eriors,
Copper Hill 3, Globo 2; left on bases,
Copper Hill li, Globe 10. Umpire Leg
gctt; time, 2:13.
Causes Sickness
Good Health Impossible with
a Disordered Stomach
Thcie is nothing that will create
sickness or cause moio trouble than a
disordered stomach, and many people
daily contract serious maladies simply
through disregard or abuse of the
stomach.
Wo urge every one suffering from
any stomach derangement, indigestion
or dyspepsia, whether acute or chronic,
to try Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, with
tho distinct understanding that we will
refund their money without question
or formality, if after reasonable use of
this medicine thoy aro not satisfied
with tho results. Wo recommend them
to ou'r customers every day, and havo
yet to hear of any one who has not
been benefited by them. Three sizes,
25c, 50c nnd $1.00 a box. Sold in
Globe only at our stoic. Palace
Phainiacy.
Peerless steam washer.
North Broad.
Office 207
Jhn Barrett and New Bureau of
American
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 23.
John Barrett is a happy mnn . After
years of work his dream is to bo real
ized when President Taft assists in the
dedication of the new bureau of repub
lics building April 20. The work of the
bureairof republics has gone ahead with
such rapid progress and such good re
sults have been seethed that the dedica
tion of the magnificent new building is
to be a gala affair in which all the rep
resentatives of Central and South Amer
ican republics will take an active part.
ii BOY KILLED
WHILE JUG
TRAINS
Hazardous Pastime Proves
Fatal to Little L. E.
9 Yesterday
Crushed beneath tho wheels of tho
outgoing freight train yesterday morn
ing, while amusing himself with the
hazardous pastime of jumping on and
off the train, L. E. 0, a young Indian
boy, was so badly cru'shed about the'
right foot near the summit yestorday
morning that he died from loss of blood
before medical attention could be given
him.
According to tho train crew, a num
ber of Indian boys played about the
freight train yestenlay morning, as it
slowly climbed the grado toward the
summit. L. E. 9 tried the trick once
too often and fell beneath the wheels.
Ono set of trucks passed over his right
foot, crushing it to a pulp.
The boy was brought to Globe on a
helper' and taken to the county hospital.
Hero it was deemed advisable to ampu
tate the member, but before tho sur
geons could carry out their program,
tho boy died.
He was apparently uninjured, except
about the right foot, the shock seeming
ly hastening tho end.
Jmlgo IIinson Thomas has called a
coroner's inquest for today, at which
time a moro complete investigation
regarding the causo of tho young Indi
rW&TV''J 4'(;ji'h ''Y$i'' fe.-3rafli3r -""
The Need of
an Expert
Iu every printing job, be it a letterhead or catalog,
there is opportunity for the skill of the1 pro
fessional printer, distinctive from the blind, un
thinking jumbling of type, paper and ink by the
mechanical printer.
Too many buyers of printing worry themselves and
waste their time vainly endeavoring to direct
the production of their printing by the mechan
ical printer, or else with resignation accept what
is given them, for better or for worse.
We are professional printers. Our personnel and
equipment is equal to any or all the details of
printing.
If 3rou are not sure what you want, we can find the
way. If you need an idea, we can furnish it.
If you are too busy to begin, we can start with
your desire and deliver the finished product.
It costs nothing to consult us, and we warrant it
will pay.
Mining forms a specialty.
ilver
rint
Phone 232 and we will Send
Republics Building
hoesjaaRftfyrfl
an's death will be made. Tho body will
probably be buried soon after the in
quest. ' GIVING OUT
The Struggle Discourages Many a Cit
izen of Globe
Around all day with an aching back;
Can't rest at night;
Enough to mako any ono "give out."
Doan's Kidney Pills will givo re
newed life.
They will cure tho backacho;
Cure every kidney ill.
Hero is convincing proof that this is
so:
.T. A. Rees, Head House, Prescott,
Ariz., says: "I still continue to recom
mend Doan's Kidnoy Pills and on more
than ono occasion I havo personally en
dorsed tho claims mado for them. When
ever anyono questions mo regarding my
experience with Doan's Kidney Pills, I
say that I havo found them to bo a
remedy that can bo depended upon. I
was troubled for some time by pains
through my back, especially severe
when I stooped or brought any strain
on my loins. Doan's Kidney Pills cured
me. My advice to any person afflicted
with kidney complaint is to givo this
splendid remedy a trial."
For salo by all dealers. Prico 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, solo agents for tho United States.
Remember tho name Doan's and
take no other.
Chamberlain's Stomnen nnd Liver
Tablets assist naturo in driving all im
purities out of the system, insuring a
freo and regular condition and restor
ing tho organs of tho body to health
and strength. Sold by all druggists.
Seventy pages of illustrated informa
tion about Globe and the great Globe
district, handsomely bound and a boost
for home. Send somo to your friends
who don't rcalizo tho greatness of
Globo. Get them for 25 cents each at
tho Silver Belt office.
a man.
JLP'CJL L
A MISSISSIPPI
JNTHUSIAST
Mrs. Lena Gresham, of Clinton,
Miss., Has a Few Facts to
Tell Our Readers About
Cardui.
Clinton, Miss. "Thanks to Cardui,"
writes Mrs. Lena Gresham, of this place,
"I have been greatly relieved."
"I suffered for three years from female
inflammation, and had taken medicine
from four different physicians without
much benefit.
"I I 'e received more benefit from
seven bottles of Cardui, than from all the
physicians."
Just try Cardui. That's all we ask.
It speaks for itself. It lias helped so
many thousands, it must be able to
help you.
Trying Cardui won't hurt you. It is
safe, harmless, gentle in action, and
purely vegetable.
Ifyouare weak, tired, down and out,
try Cardui.
If you are sick, miserable, and suffer
from womanly pains, like headache,
backache, dragging feelings: pains in
side, arms, legs, etc. try Cardui.
It is the medicine for all women.
.It is the tonic for you.
N B. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept . Chitti.
nooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Tcnn..Iorpol
Instructions. andfi4-page book. HomeTreatmea
lor Women, scat in plain wrapper, on request.
QUARTER POUND A WEEK
At least is what a young baby ought to
gain in weight. Does yoursf If not,
there's something wrong with its di
gestion. Givo it McGee's Baby Elixir
and it will begin gaining at once. Cures
stomach and bowel troubles, aids diges
tion, stops fretfulncss, good for teeth
ing babies. Prico 25c and 50c. Sold by
Palaco Pharmacy.
Every family, and especially thoso
who resido in tho country, should bo
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. Seo McElroy for Paints and Oils.
FEN 3. HILDRETH
LAND, MINING AND IRRIGA
TION LAW
Suite 210, Fleming Bldg.
Phoenix, Ariz.
Makes a specialty of all business
beforo tho local Land Office, Gen
eral Land Office and Department
of tho Interior.
Contests conducted, Plats made
Eights of Way, Repayments,
Townsites, and Forest Eescrve
Affairs.
If you are thinking of pat
enting your mines, let mo explain
my method much cheaper, and
you get tho result.
Have for salo GOVERNMENT
LAND SCRIP that acquires
title in ono day without resi
dence, cultivation or improve
ments. Eight years an official of tho
Land Department.
Southern
I " SUNSET
I lotDwijtum I
Arizona Eastern Railroad Co.
Cinco de Mayo
Tucson, May 5th and 6th
3 OPENING CELEBRATION. TUCSON & WEST COAST OF MEXICO
RAILROAD AN INTERNATIONAL EVENT
Four Governors to attend. Eighth Cavalry U. S. Army.
BARBECUE CARNIVAL. AUTO AND HORSE RACES
Round Trip Fare from Globe - - - - $14.40
Sale dates May 4th, 5th and 6th, return limit, 8th.
SEASIDE
EXCURSIONS
Every day, May 1st to Sept. 30th, both inclusive, seaside excursion
tickets will be on salo, bearing final limit Nov. 30. Stopovers permitted
both ways at all points west of Gila. Some of tho principal rates as
follows:
Los Angeles 5 13.45 San Francisco
San Diego 47.70 Lake Tahoe
Tickets require validation at destination
WEEK-END EXCURSION RATES FROM GILA VALLEY
POINTS TO GERONIMO AND INDIAN HOT SPRINGS, GOING SAT
URDAYS AND SUNDAYS. LIMIT 2 DAYS FROM DATE OF SALE.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS ON SALE TO AND FROM ALL PARTS OF
THE WORLD
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION or
call on
G. A. MAUK, Agent
Globe.
H vJl SUNSET I
1 I (OtCEXlSH.ASUl Iff
3j I V RH!" ft
DR. P. B. CALER
DENTIST
GLOBE OFFICE BLDG.
Phon 1501. Over Naquin's
T. H. Arnold & Co.
Engineers and Contractors
CONCRETE, ELECTRIC WIRING,
EXCAVATION
MIAMI, ARIZ.
Commercial
Gas Engines
and Hoists
Latest, latest ono most Improved
model, guaranteed for economy and re
liability Bimplest scientific engine built.
Aeent for
MTNTNa AND IRRIGATION PUMP
Sold and Installed on
absolute guarantee by
JOHN WOG
BOX 211
GLOBE. ARIZ.
12 Hours
-TO
PHOENIX
Via Globe-Kelvin Staj;e Line.
Leaves Globo 4 a. m. every day.
Leaves Kelvin 11 a. m. every day.
Fare one way, $6.00.
Round trip, $10.00.
Connects with Phoenix & Eastern
R. R. at Kelvin.
O. K. Livery, Feed
& Sale Stable
W. P. KELSEY, PROP.
Pacific
. .558.30
. .. 73.20
Address,
R. S. STUBBS,
Gen. Pass. Agt., Tucson

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