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Miami Daily Arizona Silver Belt (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Miami, Arizona Silver Copper 99 l-2c .18 1-2 @ 19c the or Belt weather fair. You Xiii no. 270 Miami ariz., thursday sept. 23. 1920. Prick f1vk can to Mexico demo c r Atic presidential nominee none the worse for his experiences in Hai it Wim k journeys in direction of new Mexico a hark he in we ski he i cd to speak tonight both it an Cland to it res in route. With governor Cox. Sept. 23.�?with the Arizona Campaign terminated abruptly by a he wreck of the special train yesterday near Phoenix. Governor Cox is today in route through new Mexico to speak tonight at Albuquerque. The governor und hit party Are none the worse for their experiences. The governor lost two speaking engagements scheduled in Northern Arizona. Elevated dynamite package with fuse attached and Burn ing discovered at Reed Street station. Lord mayor of Cork had a Quot restful sleep by the associated a a a a London. Sept. 23.�?-lord mayor Macswiney had few hours restful sleep last night but he is suffering severe Paina in the head and is very weak according to a bulletin issued today by the Irish self determination league. Reports to the Home office by prison physicians stated there is no apparent change in his condition. This is the 42nd Day of his hunger strike. To visit relatives mrs. Effie Funk left today for a two months visit with relatives in St. Louis. Tag found indicates outfit which figured in Wall Street explosion May he identified. Gov. A of in rec k by the associated press Phoenix. Ariz., sept. 2. Governor Cox s presidential Campaign train was wrecked about 4 30 of clock yesterday 14 Miles North of Here while in route to Prescott Arizona. The democratic presidential candidate and his party were badly shaken up when an engine and four cars of the special train were ditched but All escaped serious injury. The most seriously injured was Charles a. Nicholas Engineer of Prescott who had a leg broken in jumping from his cab when his engine toppled Over. Spreading rails were assigned by Railroad men As the cause of the wreck which compelled the governor and his party to return Here last a Lent and cancel his evening address at Prescott. His future itinerary also was upset. The Accident occurred a half mile out of Peoria u Village on the Santa be Railroad 14 Miles North of Phoenix. After Delmer tag several speeches Here the train consisting of six cars and drawn by two heavy engines needed for the up Grade to Prescott left Here at 4 of clock. About a half hour later while running at a Speed estimated at Between 35 and 40 Tulles an hour the train jarred suddenly us if in collision and then application of the emergency brakes bumping Over broken rails and ties and careening of cars told passengers their Story. All of the passengers on All ears were thrown Topsy Turvy. Some suffered bruises und cuts from flying Glass. In the Rush for escape several women passengers in the coaches were put through broken windows. Governor Cox was in the dining room of his private car going Over papers with or. Robert c. Goldsmith his assistant on the league of nations question when the crash occurred. A what s that a he shouted Ris ing to his feet to he thrown heavily across the car into a steel Wall. He was shaken up Blit rushed out to assist the injured and soon was nonchalantly View or j the wreckage smoking his pipe and waiting for a wrecking train to arrive and take him Back to Phoenix. Of the passengers including several of the local recept Lou committee of Prescott and Phoenix. Judge e. E. Bollinger Kingman Arizona of the Mojave county court suffered a bruised leg. Bev Elul others had cuts and bruises and torn clothing. Personal effects of All members of the train were scattered and broken. Car continued on Page 81 by the associated press new York sept. 23.�?while investigators were still seeking to solve the mystery of the Wall Street explosion of u week ago police Headquarters today announced that a package containing dynamite had been found on a platform at the Reed Avenue elevated station at Brooklyn. Police Headquarters later announced that the dynamite package was a bomb with a fuse attached and that it wus burning when a patrolman found it and put it out. At the same time an announcement came from police Headquarters that a tag found ill Wall Street near where the horse Ami death cart had stood had been identified As one issued by the health department in 1918 to the Reid ice Cream company of Brooklyn certifying that the horse was not afflicted with glanders. The bomb was in the form of a Cylinder and contained no percussion Caps but dynamite of a considerable Quantity. Patrolman Santello said he put out the fuse by stamping Oti it. The fuse was eight inches Long and had burned half Way Down when found. Warrants Are flying very thick and fast Joe Moore was placed under arrest last night at about la of clock by Deputy sheriffs on bootlegging charges. The arrest took place at the Home of mrs. Gaultt on Gibson Street. A warrant has been issued from the Miami Justice court for the arrest of Jerome to Park on charges of transporting liquor As an outgrowth of the same affair. Moore is in jail awaiting his trial which is set for next tuesday at 1 p. M., in default of Bond which was fixed at $500. The deputies were called to the scene by a disturbance which was in Progress and the booze vending and transporting charges Are an aftermath. Mrs. Allie Argus this morning swore out a warrant for the arrest of Joe Moore on charges of assault and Battery alleging that Moore attacked her while she was calling at the Pruitt Home last night. She alleged that he pulled her hair knocked her Down and fractured u rib for her Lief re spectators took him off. Japs ask for commission to study . Fuss by the Aas Ltd lftie�1 pro a Tokio sept. 23�?the Washington government will be asked to appoint a commission to effect a solution of the japanese Amer loan problems and in the event of the passage of the California Antl Jap unease legislation the japanese government will arrange for a lawsuit against the California legislature on the ground that the Bill is unconstitutional and a violation of the treaty rights according to leading newspapers Here. No information yet by the associated Washington. D. �?T., sept. 23.�? it is stated that no official information had been received indicating that Japan has decided to take Tho question out of the hands of the i ambassador. The conversations now under Way Between the japanese ambassador and department officials and Poland s. Morris american ambassador to Japan included the California legislation it is said. State dept. Surprised by the associated frees Washingtond. It sept. 23.�? reports in the japanese newspapers to the effect that the japanese Cabinet and advisory Council had decided to ask the United states to appoint a commission to effect a solution of the japanese american problems today created Surprise at the Stute department where efforts to bring about an understanding by diplomatic Means Are still being made. Mex provisional president is to he operated upon by the associated pres Mexico City. Sept. 23. Physicians attending provisional president do la Huerta announced today that an operation for appendicitis must he performed in order to restore the patient to his health. Japan May go dry by the associated press Washington d. C., sept. 23 Japan is ready to listen to facts concerning prohibition Minosuke Yamaguchi of Tokyo declared today to the International Congress against alcoholism Friday Cululi to loll ova the Friday club will meet tomorrow afternoon at two of clock at the Home of mrs. L. E. Gregory on Buena Vista Union meetings tonight Globe carpenters meet in carpenters Hull. Lodge meetings tonight Harrington Gray Post of the american legion meet in miners Union Hall. Knights and ladies of Security meet in Odd Fellows Hull. Loyal order or Moose diet i miners Union Hall. Methodist Church Here adopts motion picture for next sunday eve next sunday night in the y. A. Gymnasium at 7 30 o clock there will be Given a great biblical motion picture at the methodist Church services. A from the Manger to the Cross is the title of the picture. It will not be a lantern slide demonstration but will show in moving pictures the greatest character of the Wold. A the methodist Church of Miami believes in using the old and new methods of advancing the cause of the master a said Rev or. Ferguson today a this is Oue of the latest and Best methods of give lug the people a real knowledge of the great things accomplished by the lowly Nazarene. It has been approved by the Mission Board of the methodist disc Opal Cigich and the methodist episcopal Church Ruuth. Thousands of churches churches which Are the most progressive and wide awake Are using the motion picture idea. If you want to have an evening of instruction As Well As entertain meet set aside sunday evening for that purpose and come out to the methodist Church services which will be held in the y. A at 7 30 o the meeting of the Harding Coolidge club at the dime theater this evening will be addressed by George Kurtis of Bebee. It will he of the nature of an old fashioned political rally for the speaker will Deal with National issues. This is expected to to the largest attended meeting of the club s Nee its organization. The Date was changed from Friday evening to tonight because of the Community picnic staged for tomorrow night. Following Tho meeting a social hour will be spent during which refreshments will be served. Cake Sale on next saturday afternoon mrs. Kennedy mrs. Ball and mrs. Sloan will have charge of the Community i Church Aid cuke Sale which will be held next saturday afternoon. The sule will be a Gin it 2 of clock and continue until All the cakes Are sold. Through the kindness of or. A. A. Baket the Sale will be held it his store the Miami Market on Sullivan Street. G. Atha Smith is guarding pavement the pouring of the pavement on Keystone Avenue was completed yesterday on the Section lying Between live Oak Street and the canal. The portion Between the Sunui and Sullivan Street is being poured today. G. Atha Smith of the Ruby Barber shop will tonight stand guard Over the Section poured today to keep stray dogs and unwitting people from leaving their lasting imprints in the a soft pavement in front of his tons Orin Parlours. The finishing touches to the Concrete work Oil the balustrades of the Bridge Over the canal on Keystone Avenue Are being made today. Accused of having gallon of White mule Millerand president of France at last my the associated press Versailles. Sept. 23.�?alexandre Millerand was today elected president of France by the National Assembly in session Here. He succeeds Paul Deschanel who resigned the presidency on account of ill health. Millerand received 695 votes out of a total or 892. The Complete vote was Alexander Millerand 695 Gustave Delory socialist Deputy from Lille t�9 scattering 20 Blank 80. At 4 57 of clock a ularand was proclaimed by Leon Bourgeois presiding officer of the Senate and chairman of the Senate As the eleventh president of France. Dunbar libel suit passengers turned tables on the Bandit s. Mcdonald was arrested in Miami last night by deputies Wilson and Hardwick. Mcdonald is in jail being charged with having a gallon of White mule in his Possession. For parking a car close to fire plug h. W. Clayton was fined $5 by police judge Moore yesterday evening for parking his car too close to a fire plug. Full term of Federal court opens oct. Ii department of Justice agent j. E. Wilkie returned yesterday from Phoenix where he attended the fall session of the Federal grand jury. He reports that indictments were returned against Dun Collins. Vernon Blystone and Roberto Sanchez All charged with violation of the Harrison narcotic act. He also reports that the fall term of the Federal court will open ill Globe october 11. Small boy bitten by a dog which was running amuck a Small Hoy son of or. Wright of the inspiration Copper company a ran bitten through the wrist by a dog running muck at about 5 30 p. Yesterday even lug near the by Pulst Church in lower Miami. The dog also bit several stray canines in the Vicinity. A near panic was created when the animal came charging Down the Street snapping at everything in sight. Another Small boy valiantly knocked the crazed animal senseless with a Well aimed Rock when it w As dispatched by Jno. I ape who had been attracted to the scene by the commotion and cries of the number of school children Pla ing in the neighbourhood. The Hoy was brought to Miami where first Aid treatment was Given. The head of the dog was sent to Phoenix by town physician c. E. Irvin for examination for possible rabies infection at the state laboratories. Trainor released in Auto hearing j. O. Trainor who was arrested on complaint of Mike Murphy As a result of an Auto collision in lower Miami last sunday evening. Was exonerated it the hearing before Justice Mceachren last evening. The Justice dismissed the charge As being groundless Atid inconsequential. Globe night schools open probably Only night school in country where returned sex service men last year studied advanced mine courses a a about 125 persons enrolled at the night schools which opened at the county seut last night and As u result the Globe right schools will to Moug the largest if not the largest in the state. Superintendent Bland announced today that the enrolments would be continued tills evening it 7 o clock and that the first regular school session will take place tuesday evening from 7 to 10 p. Classes will be Given on each tuesday and Friday night from seven to ten of clock and a class will be organized for every five persons who request a study. The work of the Globe night schools has attracted favourable at Teu Tiou throughout the state especially along vocational training lilies for instance when the United Stales government was furnishing vocational training for the returned soldiers who had been disabled in the service last year it was by no Means an thing for the University of Arizona at Tucson to Send students to the Globe District for training la things like metallurgy and fire assaying. By this it should not be understood that the University at Tucson intended to convey the in j press Lou that the work accomplished at the Globe night schools was of a class a fid character More advanced Tii Aii the work it the slate educational institution it Tucson. But the explanation was made that the Globe right schools and Gigli schools were among the Best if not the very Best in the state und that while the University of Ariz our was arranging what would prove one of the finest mining buildings and departments in the world that the equipment at Tucson had not been perfected that the sex service men could make More rapid Progress in things like fire assaying wet assaying etc., by doing practical work at places like the old Dominion laboratories supplementing their work by attending the Globe night school and studying t fire assaying and wet assaying there. So it happened that Globe was j one of the few places it perhaps the Only place in the United states where sex service men sent to uni-1 verifies studied fire assaying and wet assaying at night school courses a something which in it j self Speaks volumes for the Mau gement of the Globe schools. Now that he Lias left Globe for the Whitman College where he is the head of he department of geology there can be no objection to stating that much of the High reputation acquired by lie Globe right schools last year along scientific lines was due to the character and standing of prof. Horace a. Scott head of the department of geology and chemistry at the Globe High school hut who also took a deep interest in the scientific Side of the Globe right school work in general and mineralogy metallurgy fire assaying wet assaying etc., in particular. Professor Scott was educated it the Northwestern University at Evanston and at Drury College Springfield mo., Aud Bis Many friends in the District will Wati # with great Lute rest his successes in the wider Fields of scientific work to which he has been called. Prof Scott has been succeeded his year by prof. A Swan Sou a Well known practical mining Engineer und graduate of the Colorado school of mines who has had a practical experience with the Utah Copper company at Bighum Utah und the Ray consolidated Copper company at Hay. By the associated press Denver. Colo. Sept. 23�?Tho passengers on Santa be train no. 5 were robbed Early today by a masked Bandit Between Las Animas and Lajunta Colo. The conductor and passengers overpowered the robber As the train neared la Junta and turned the Man who gave his name As John Morgan Over to the police. Nearly All the valuables secured by the Bandit were recovered. The conductor dropped a message out of the window at Little station. The Railroad ugent found it and telegraphed to la Junta and the police met the train. The Man is supposed to have got $4do, All of which was recovered except $70. And now new Row Between Hungary and Austria Breaks by the associate press Vienna sept. 23. A sensational secret report vouched for As authentic was today published by the Areiter Zeitung showing that the Sun Mariati delegation has been expending Large sums for propaganda for the downfall of the socialist government with the object of fusion of austrian and Hungary. An official report is quoted As asserting Tomt the austrian government fears Hungary is seeking a pretext for a military occupation in order to obtain needed arms. Quot material and human Progress go hand in hand Quot a Harding by the associated press Marion. Sept. 23. Universal realization that material and human Progress must go hand in hand was asserted by senator Harding today to lie necessary if the nation is to attain its Ideal state social welfare. Speaking to a gathering of Ohio republicans he declared that neither social reformers nor Industrial chieftains should View the problem of social betterment strictly from their own standpoint. Globe Miami Central labor Union to meet at Globe this night the gloom Miami Central labor Union will meet tonight in Globe miners Hull. Business of importance is scheduled to come before the meeting and All unions of the District Are urged to have their delegates present. "1920 republicanism Quot to be investigated by the associated press Washington d. Cd a sept. 23.�? a Complete investigation of the financing of the Book a republicanism in 1920�?o published by the Albury n. A. Journal was ordered by the Senate investigation committee today. William Barnes jr., head of the company was formally directed to produce the subscript iou lists fur the Book although he contended the venture was purely private Aud commercial transaction and nut a proper matter for investigation by the committee. Or. Barnes denied he had any conference with chairman Hays in regards to the Book but said he believed or. Young a solicitor had talked with or. Hays. Before the committee ruling senator Reed questioned or. Barnes he read from the reported subscription list a note front John d. Rockefeller who signed for a $ 10,out subscription. Chicago grains 7�y the amorim a press Chicago. Sept. 23.�?wheat, $2,36 1-4 Corn. $1.27. More interest than has been manifested in any other Case during this term of court developed this morning when a considerable throng of spectators assembled in the Superior court room to hear the preliminaries of the Case of the state is. John o. Dunbar charged with criminal libel. It is expected that when the Case is under full swing the auditorium will be taxed to care for the spectators. John o. Dunbar publisher of Dunbar s weekly Edward Jess of Miami Gila county correspondent for the paper and Dora Bass of lower Miami arc co defendants in Sepu Raie actions brought by the state at the instigation of Harry Cline a former Jailer of Gila county under sheriff Eugene Shute. Cline As per complaint As read by county attorney John w. Murphy. Charges that Dunbar a publication maliciously Lihe Leil him by the publication of a Story in which Dora Bass said Harry Cline made improper advances toward her when she was an inmate at the county jail. The morning session of the state is. John o. Dunbar charged with criminal libel w us Given Over to the examination of possible jurors. The first three examined passed thus indicating the possibility of securing a jury much sooner than anticipated. At two of clock this afternoon seven jurors had been passed As possible Timber. It is expected that the greater part of the afternoon session will be consumed in selecting the 17 necessary from which try final 12 will he chosen. J. K. Wade of Copper Hill alleges attack a warrant was issued last evening from the Miami Justice court for j. Martin on complaint of j. K. Wade. The latter alleges that he was the victim of an assault by the former at Copper Hill on september 17. Tho Case is scheduled to come up bet fore Justice Mceachren in the absence of Justice Prutt of Globe. Col. W. It. Thompson Hays Cox got m it of his millions around Wall St. By til associated press Washington. D. �?T., sept. 23._ the sharpest clash in the Senate investigating committee yesterday afternoon came during testimony of colonel William Boyce Thompson chairman of the ways and Meana committee of the Republican National committee whose Usser Tiona that a Republican slush fund were All a a bunk aroused senator Reed. During the interchange Thompson asserted that a big business a As represented by Wall Street financial interests were More behind governor Cox Thun senator Harding and declared Cox himself was not a stranger to Wall Street. Quot what about it Quot chairman Kenyon asked while senator Edge interjected Quot he a been in Wall Street has he a a thut fellow got his millions colonel Thompson answered. A and got most of them Down around Wall senator roed demanded if the witness knew of a a crooked dollars governor Cox had made and Thompson answered the senator demanded to know if the witness intended to infer that Cox had been a in any Way entangled with Wall Street and Thompson finally said his statements were founded on a a common report rumours and Quot i have nothing us inst or. Cox whatever. I would say he is a clean Fine a thank you for replied senator Reed. Nola Ody is throwing any rocks at or. Harding Here and i want to aay he is a very splendid Fine american i Tieu. Both of them r. Bregg National Christian Endeavor officer to speak in Globe this evening Roy Bregg spoke to the Young Peoples workers of the Community Church inst right. A delegation of Globe people came Over to attend the meeting and a delegation of Mia Uii people Are going Over tonight to hear or Bregg at Globe. Or. Bregg has been la Young Peoples work for several Yean and is one of the National offi cent of the Christian Endeavor he has full command of his subject Aud being a pleasing speaker he is Able to get his message Over a this coming to Miami will a a great help in getting the work under Way Here a said Oue of the workers today

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