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Daily Arizona Silver Belt, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1915, Miami, Arizona PAGE ARIZONA SILVER BELT AUGUST THE DAI ER BELT Published Daily and Weekly by THE SOUTHERN ARIZONA PUBLISHING Exclusive Evening Associated Press SUBSCRIPTION RATES by mail or one by mail or six by mail or oiie one six Employes of the Arizona Eastern railroad at Globe ore 10 take up First work under tlie direction of Orr who Is In charge of this vork at the Old Dominion Tlic irst class Is to meet at the freight louse OIL next Saturday Aug isl Entered as secondclass matter May at the post office at under the act of March SUBSCRIPTION RATES STRICTLY IN of The Daily Silver Belt may be seen at the Chamber of Long THE MISTAKE OF THE KAISER The mistakes of the Kaiser have been But hid one great mistake is in Cor one moment supposing that he ciiiild fight the money of the which is mussed against What ilhe has taken Warsaw lie captured Antwerp ami And nmeli good it did can go on and capture But it will do him And it will not end the IMHthe allied wealth of tlie world has declared that lie ieriiian military of which the Kaiser is the is be crushedMe can win in just one And is by gaining control o the allied wealth of the Money cannot do all It cannot spell religion or love or health or But when it comes to de riding the fate of nations and the destiny of dynasties from the dawn of the worlds civilization to the present time while the waves have sometimes been flecked with at the deepest money had lowed an unbroken The French one is after it was nil after i generation of fighting they int every royal grafter and every petty princeling right back on tlie tinones from which they were shaken when the revolution didnt they The civil which resulted in Lincolns freeing slaves if it hadnt been for tlie wealth which thcXorth poured out through Wall Street and the the South would have been fighting yet so far ns the mili tary ability of the North to stop the South is As long theallies can draw upon the resources of the world for men and munitions as long as Asia and Africa and North and South America can pour in bil lions of dollars worth of supplies and War saw must lie regarded in the light of a mere All of which may not be quite fair from the point of view of men who have proved themselves as brave fighters as the But if the Kaiser had been as close a stu dent of hanking and finance as he has been of military tac tics he would not have been in quite so big a hurry to give his consent for the mobilization of the German COPPEE INDUSTRY HIGHLY PEOSPEROUS The midyeav review of the copper situation by S Butler of the United Geological Survey records i general betterment in the six months At the beginning of the year most of the large copper producing companies of tlie United Sttaes had ioi nearly live months been operating on a GO per basis and probably none was producing at normal capadtv A considerable proportion of the smaller producers hail shut down their whercthis could be done without great Developments and improvements bad lien gcenrally fopper was selling below 13 cent a pound and had been considerably Wages had been reduced in most of the camps and many men had been either Ijiid off or were employed only part Soon after the first of the there was a notable improvement in the demand for copper and the price has rather steadily advanced from below cents to about 20 cents a tlie highest price readied since With the increase in and the advance in there has been a corresponding steady increase in the production of the metal and at the present time most of the larger producers have brought their output to nor while many of the smaller producers have resumed The output of copper has also probablynear ly or quite reached the Wages have been raised in the camps whore reduction had taken place and the in dnstry in general is in a highly prosperous chairman of the boanl of supervisors of Gila county John deputy county assessor rank clerk of tlio hoard of supervisors Itoy county anil secre ary of tlieGlla County Taxpayers1 have returned to Olobe from Klierc they have been al endlng tlie sessions of the State Tax WELLS FARGO and American Bankers Association Travelers Checks For Sale at the BANK OF MIAMI GARIER IK GOLD MINE for many years well tnown In connection with the min ing Industry in the Globe left yesterday for Prescott on his ivay to take charge ns superintend ent of the RefcMngbar gold iwclal closing out sale of all Sum mer Dresses at ONEHALF BO ussortineat in and col Latest styles all Coma and take Mlraiitago of tlicso bar Free round trip fiire refund ed on all purchases of and 11AATZ LADIES FURXISHIXG STOKE Arizona IDE GLOBE S1EAM LAUNDRY SOLD Houck Saturday afternoon sold the Globe Steam Laundry to Butler and uoth for nerly in his Houck proposes to go into the hotel business n the Pacific But who has been in the laundry justness for eight knows tho business thoroughly and he is ably seconded by Butler ins been at the Globe laundry for three years and Looney has been there for nearly two The Globe City Band last night rendered tho following program at the Gila counly court house The Burning of Moras de Mcl Bits llcmicks tills Druid City Fancy llaritone Men of Star Spangled OF MINES IN AZ vices from Los Angeles bring of tlio drath of Theodore Nryant who established the Uni versity of Arizona bureau of mines Comstock was direc tor of the bureau from 1S01 In 1SS5 and from 1S93 to 1S95 was ii president of the 1889 to 1S31 he was assistant state geologist of Texas and lie cd many notable additions to knowl edge of the geology of Conistock was born at Ouya lioga July Heart brought on hy complication of was tlie im mediate cause of Comstocks He is survived by a mm IN GLOBE Blair rector of Johns Episcopal return ed to Globe last night from a vaca tion spent in the middle west and Lamed and little daugh aro to remain at the home of Lameds parents on Staten Island for another month be for coming back to Lamed conducted services at the church GLOBE TOWS TOPICS TO JACKSONVILLE William Lewis left yesterday for FOH Richard Scbrtng la today lie ins examined for HAMILTON GOES KAST Hamilton left yesterday for New York and FIVE DOLLARS Jolinny Carrctto and Kinniy were brought before Police Judge Hendrlcks Saturday on a charge ol running their machines with the mufflers Both were fined KOK FALL recently of now In charge of tlio millinery de partinent of the lirookner left yesterday for New where she will make fall pnr pliascs for that CHKVItOLKT Roy Gamble has bought a new Chevrolet automobile from OHDKUEI A NATIONAL cashier for tile Globe Light Power has taken the agency for the National He has ordered a High way which he expects to bn here In about ten IMPHOVIXC A telegram from who was called to b the dangerous Illness of his reports licr as TO iO TO MKXICO Price has accepted a posi tion with the Southern Pacific Mexico at He la to In maintenance of way clerk to the su perintendent of the Sinaloa division LODGING HOUSE George Halby of Globe yesterday bought out the location occupied by Hibs Tlie place is to become a lodging 1KAL IX CARS John Armer has sold his Hudson to Oliver Armer lias boitglit a new Hudson BACK PROM 1EXVEU Mlsa has returned from a trip to NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Thomas de Notice Is hereby given by the un Helen executrix of tlie Estate of Thomas de to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said to exhibit wltli the necessary within ten months after the flrst publication of this notice to the said Helen at the office of Hugh Sullivan the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said ID the said County of State of HELEN Executrix of the Estate of Thomu Dated July First publication July Lmt publication August Inspiration Needles Copper Gos Stock PORPHYRY COPPEH AS A BUSINESS PROPO HAS PROVED TO BE AN IMMENSE SO IF YOU WANT TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS AT THE VERY LOWEST BUY OF THE INSPIRATION NEEDLES COMPANYS STOCK AT TWENTYFIVS A AS ONLY A LIMITED AMOUNT OP THE INSPIRATION NEEDLES COPPER COMPANYS STOCK IS TO BE SOLD AT THE PRESENT CONSEQUENTLY ONLY A FEW PER OP ALL THOSE EMPLOYED IN THE LOCAL MINING CAN HAVE THE PRIVILEGE OP BUYING AT PRES ENT TUB FIRST APPLICANTS WILL SECURE THE ACT IMMEDIATELY AND BUY A BLOCK OP THIS WHILE YOU ARE SURE OF GETTING THE DUNAWAY REALTY Live Oak Opposite Post Oftice Agent INDIAN HOT SPRINGS AND SANITARIUM FORT GRAHAM ARIZONA A noted resort for health and to per Twenty rido from Hot Springs Those wonderful waters are recommended to cure Kidney Stomach Large plunge and swimming THE BEST OP HTJNTISG ALEXANDER GOLDEN STATE LIMITED A allsteel train of electric lighted sleep dining and observation from El Paso to Kansas Chicago and all points When you go east insist on having your ticket routed via the and Eoek Island Lines from El All communications regarding train schedules elieerfulty and prompt ly GAKNETT El NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY See Our New Dividend Policy and Our Aeiv Income Policy Death benefits paid in 1914 Matured Endowments paid in Dividends paid In Total amount paid to policy holders In See JEFF at Town Clerks Office Gila Valley Bank Trust Company ABIZONA Are you going to take a vacation or West Take Travelers Checks With You and Reliable WE FURNISH THEM L JONES SON Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers Phone Main Day or Night
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