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Daily Arizona Silver Belt, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1915, Miami, Arizona IAfiK ARIZONA SILVER BELT AUGUST THE DA1I3 ILVER BELT Published Daily and Weekly by THE SOUTHERN ARIZONA PUBLISHING Exclusive Evcuing Associated Press SUBSCRIPTION RATES by mail or one by mail or six by mail one one six Entered as secondclass matter May at the post officc at under the act of March SUBSCRIPTION RATES STRICTLY IN Wiles of The Silver Belt may be seen at the Chamber of LOUR THE SINKING OF THE ARABIC The sinking of the White Slur liner Aiibir shows that iiTiinmy has mil abandoned her submarine And il1 slie has mil abandoned that submarine warfare policy it will be neiTKsaiy for President to hold the Teu tonic nation to strict Or else become the of the world a nation of words and not of Hut the truth of the matter is that even though Presi dent Wilson and his associates might desire to punish Ger many this will prove a difficult thing to 1 eall the American ambassador in ilie event of this subma rine waiTare continuing will not mean 11 great deal Im those men who have overrun Belgium and who arc now overrunning It may hurt their pride a but it will not hurl their military plans or And it will not hurt their pocket To send our navy to side of the French and English navies will for little or JAir if the Kreneh and lie Knglish navies can not catch the ierman boats in waters with which they are what chance will there lie for any of the American sea captains pelforming any great sea exploits To send the American standing army of less than would be to make the United States the laughing stock of tin rcxpecling to make a dent in the Kaisers armor u miserable little army only On the other if the United States should declare war against ierinany it would mean that much of the anus and ammunition which is going abroad to help the allie would lie kept at home and held in readiness for eventuali ties on this side of the To a man up a tree it would appear as though the Kaiser would rather have us declare war than to keep ou shipping billions of dollars worth ol arms and ammunition hiring times of peace for the un doing of his It begins as though a war against lermany by th United States at this particular time must have the sem blance of a Warfare1 on PROGRESS OF MININGS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA The year during first gave promise of being an exceedingly favorable OIK for mining in British and it was even expected that its mineral pro duction would exceed that of any previous says tjio Canadian Mining These were shattered by the unprecedented conditions which confronted the mineral industry during the last half oil OUR PUBLIC FORUM Ralph Peters On Railway Mall Pay A controversy has becn rag fug In the columns of the press between the railroads and the Federal Office Department over the question of proper compensation for handling the United States Ralph Chairman of the Railway Mall when asked to state the railroad side ot the to the American said in part The vaUway mail pay question will settled permanently and with Justice to aH aa Boon as the American people realize that the whole while seemingly and bolls down to a few simple points offair business dealing which nn one need be a rate expert to The first is thnt the Post Office Department weighs the and re adjusts the pay of the only once ill four Thla compels the railroads to carry the increase in tho mat tonnage during the intervening years without an Injustice In the caso pt a rapidly growing Ono consequence has been that last year tho railroads carried fully half the parcel post for A second point fa this In addition to carrying the tlie rail roads nrc required to many traveling post offices for sorting and distributing Hie malls whllo But the Post Office Department pays for such post offices only wherethey occupy whoto and pays nothing in cases In which It merely requires tho UBS of post office apart ments in combination althovigh such apartments differ from the full railway post office carb only in More than apartments of this character have been fitted and are maintained for tho exclusive use of the Post Ofllco Failure to nay tor them has been an especial Itimtahfp to the smaller roads on which tho Department does not find It necessary to utilize whole Ono last point In thousands of instances though not In all the Post Ofllco Department requires the to carry tho mails back and forth between railroad stations and post but pays them nothing or this extra service beyond the rates Covering the rail The rail joads have no choice 1mt to perform thfa additional service or refuse lo tarry the mails at Now for lie remedies the railroads ask They do not ask to have the matla weighed or to have each shipment weighed and paid for sep ns 3 done In tlto case of private They merely ask to have tlic mulls and tho pay of tho railroads at least once n instead of In four They also ask tltat apartment post office cars be paid at reasonable according to they ask tliat the Post Ofiico Department cease lo require of them freo messenger service between stations and post and either relieve tliem oT this service or pay fairly for These are the reforms the railroads ask of Con They gladly lay these reforms before tho confident that they will appeal to the common sense ami fairness of American The Cloba city council held a meet this tiooti and transactptl consid erable routine A permit was granted Al Tern by for the erec tion of a garagn at 350 Kasl Mes to A permit was also granted allowing the erection of a largo adobe building at Soulli Itoririguez was appoint oil city povmrt City Assessor Jinyfui tlie tax roll for It will open for inspection for IS days at the office of City Clork Harry necessary arrangements were com pleted for the payment of the sal aries of all city The new bririge across Pinal Creek in tiie vi cinHy ol Maurels Ilolel was accept ed ami a warrant was drawn In fa vor ot Mich the con for tit payment of Itii Tlio representative of lie Vir ginia Minstrels asked for a reduction in Uio amount of tlic license for his now in tlio but the for the reduction was The council then adjouni FIMRICK ARE FHzimtrlek and Clmrles Gilj with their faces heavily tanntd where they were not heavily ucwlils returned to town last nfyfU from a nine weeks vacation through tlic White mountain coun TLie wanderers report excellent Jishing in thnt country ant plenty or feed tor but also myriads of itiostiultos and in some sec The production for although it is materially thni ycnr and is nevertheless abont the as Tor the year while it is considerably greater than that of any other year and is much than the average production for tho last ten The drirease shown this while it is pnvtially caused by a lesser quantity of the metals is not entirely attributable to that Imt is jinrtially due tn the lower average of theonetals prevailing in 1914 as compared with those of For average market value of silver in 1SI14 was ahout cents an ounce lower than in 1913 copper cents a pound lower cent a pound lower cent a pound If the metal piires of had been maintained tlurinu 1914 and applied to the output for that this output would have been valued at some greater than it The lower average prices for the metals prevail ing in are partially attributable to the but to some extent were occasioned by the financial stringency which preceded the war and possibly foreshadowcd The gross value of the mineral production for was a derrcnsc from that of vcnv of or about per The tonnage of ore mined in the lode mines of the province during the past year was less than that of The mined amounted to showing a de crease from that of the previous year of Tlic tonnage mined in 1914 was produced by the vari ous districts in about the following proportions per cent per cent per cent the Coast per cent Slocan cent per cent per cent East per cent and all other parts of the province per GLOBE COLD FEEI Interest IIL the ball game here Sunday behveen im Globe 3s decidcilly Cor the reason that the Cans feel tlial Miami lias at lats assembled n team and many who failed to sec it in action Sunday are going to turn out and them perform in the cominK Mingled wlili tills optimistic spirit liere is among certain ones an evi dence of depression to be line to llic fear that the visiting sports from Globe will not bring kale enough uiOi them to cover tlie legal tender that the sportively inclined Mlamiiins arc prepared to Irack tlielr opinions many think tills fear unfoundedas Hie Globe sports havo waxed very fat off base ball wagers this season anil they re fuse to hclloye n the cold feet the ory in thts WOMAN OP 77 SEEKS NATURALIZATION Mlmml who la 77 years old feeling that she hns atlatned a discreet has declanxl her intention of becoming a citizen of Ihc United States so that she may take a With all tlio or of a person n middle slio told Clerk of Courts Nelson she In tends to got her 160 acres of govern ment land just as soon as the land office looks over her whlcti havebeen forwarded to Washing TO GUILD liUery reports Hit purchase of the lot nets to Ills residence on Live Oak addition from Selh The lot Is 50 by 100 nntl Ellcry plnns to Improve it with tlie erection of two fourroom bunga Tn response to a pitiful call fo help ffom the vicinity of thft cotd storage department of the Miami CoHUuerclal store tins number of the employes rushed to the scone and found that a large the in of load that was being placed In II Ice had fallen to tlio floor and so badly fractured that tt was ren dered utterly First aid treatment was given at once and tie lie rind thorwn in the garbage bar FRECKLES Now Is the Time to 7et Uld of These Ugly Theres no longer tho slightest need ol feeling ashamed of your as the prescription double guaranteed to remove these homely Simply get an ounce of olhlnc double any druggist and apply a llttlo of H night anil morning and you should soon see that even the worst freckles havo be gun to while the lighter ones hive vanished It Is seldom that more than an onnco Is needed to completely clear the siln and gain a beautiful clear complex sure to ask for the double strength othine as this Is sold under guarantee of money back if It falls Inspiration Needles Copper Gos Stock Do You Know THAT TUB MIAMI COPPER COMPANY HAS PAID OVER ONE HUNDRED PEIl DIVIDENDS DURING ITS SHOUT PE HIOD OP OPERATION THAT THE INSPlItiATION THE GHUATEST PORPHYRY IN NORTH AMERICA WITH TIIE EX THE UTAH IS NOW GETTING IN SHAPE TO PRODUCE POUNDS OF COPPER PER YEAR AT A COST OP EIGHT CBNTS THAT THE DIVIDENDS OF THESE TWO GREAT COMPANIES ON TWENTYCENT COP PER WOULD AMOUNT TO ABOUT TWENTY MILLION DOL LARS PEIt ANNUM FOR AN INDEFINITE NUMBER OP YEARS THATTHESE TWO GREAT COMPANIES GET THEIR VALUES IN ALTERED SCHIST THAT THIS ALTERED SCHIST BELT EXTENDS TO AND INCLUDRS THE INSPIRATION NEEDLES GROUP THAT THE INSPIRATION NEEDLES GROUP HAS MORE GOOD ALTERED SCHIST THAN ANY GROUP IN THE COUNTRY WE SHOW YOU YOU TAKE NO CHANCES IN BUYING STOCK IN THIS PROVEN ORE WHICH THE INSPIRA TION COPPER AND MIAMI COPPER COMPANIES HAVE DE VELOPED TONS OP COPPER ORE WORTH ON A TWENTYCENT MARKET TEX HUNDRED MILLION THE DUNAWAY REALTY live Opposite Post Oftice Agent GOLDEN STATE LIMITED A allsteel train of electric lighted sleep dining and observation from El Paso to Kansas Chicago and When you go east insist on having your ticket routed via the and Rock Island Lines from El All communications regarding reservations train schedules cheerfully and prompt ly GAKNETT El INDIAN HOT SPRINGS AND SANITARIUM FORT GRAHAM ARIZONA A noted resort for health and to per Twenty minutes rldo from Hot Springs Those wonderful waters arerecommended to cure Kidney and Stomach Large plunge and swimming THE BEST OF HUNTING ALEXANDER WELLS FARGO t and American Bankers Association Travelers Checks For Sale at the BANK OF MIAMI WHO DEPOSITS YOUR MONEY It gets to the Bank sooner or later and somebody gets credit for WHY NOT DEPOSIT YOCR OWN MONEY Somebody thinks enough your nickels and dimes to use strenu ous efforts to get them for deposit In HIS You can have a growing bank account ot your own by saving the loose change that 60 easily slips FOUR PER INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Gil a Valley Bank Trust Company ARIZONA L JONES SON funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers Phone Main Day or Kight
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