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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
GLOBE, GILA COUNTY, ARIZONA, SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1907
W.Tm- ttVTT il'IB' MiMii I
f PAST WEEK
IN GLOBE MINES
District Still Keeping Its Lead
Over "Other Southwestern
IN OLD DOMINION MINE
Output for Month Slightly Un
dei Three Million New Sil
,ei Strike Is Made a Short
Distance from the City.
continues to enjoy greater pros-
periM than any other mining camp in
thl ..utliwest and tlio opening of now
,, id.I especially tlio development
f ,M,ti) ore bodies by the Old Do-
.illll 1ICUVU (iBliiiu "'
i. a largely increased prcduc
, upper boforo tlio closo of the
ear insure the continued ox
,.f mining nnd further growth
,amp that is not appreciated,
ally. Whilo Bisbeo and other
ii still hampered by a shortage
tlio situation hero in that res
is Breath improved. Old Do-
iias accumulated a good supply
ami upwards of 1,500 cars are
imve Oil shipments are also coin
in moro freely. Tlio pay rolls of
of the copper companies have
, roased and thoro aro now over
, . i ,. n employed in mining in Globe
dtr n the highest wages.
i, n common with other Indus
Iria , ii'rs in the west, is soroly in
i,,, i better class of workmen
,.Tir ! miners and skilled me
ruai i Tho tremendous immigration
fr .bi utbern Europe is flooding the
,ujD(r with the poorest class of peo
pIt iLskulcd, ignorant of onr language
jn.i . iiTums, and very many of them
B.t ni.ing capacity to learn anything
Qsi-fdi must continue to bo always
oci" i able citizens," if citizens at
I r. i
,.f til I
somo claims near Mounts ranch, h'ix
miles northeast of Globo, rocontly
struck oro thirty foot bolow tlio surface
in n shaft which thoy say is bottomed
in an oro body of unknown width,
noithor wall being exposed. Thoy
brought a largo pieco of tlio oro to
town yesterday which 'probably carries
10 to 12 por cent copper and good value
in silver, porhaps sovoral hundred
ounces to tlio ton. Assays of tlio oro
nro boing mado. Tho place of discov
ery is quito near to whoro Henry
Mounts found n very rich chunk of sil
ver oro sovoral months ago, and tho
oro taken out by Belcher nnd Ghrisnmn
is identical in nppearnnco with" tho
Coat found by Mounts. Thoro nro nino
clnims in tho group lucntcd by Dolehor
and Ohrhmnn for thomsolvos nnd par
ties living in Flagstaff and "Williams,
Arizona. Stops have been taken to or
gnnizo a company to dovolop nnd op
ornto tho proporty.
The daily shipments of oro by this
company to tho Old Dominion, Douglas
and Cnnanea smoltors is again 200 tons,
and tho management expects to increaso
shipments to 250 tons per day when tlio
now engine nnd ears for tho Arizona
Commercial railroad aro received. The
regular development work at both tho
Coppor Hill nnd Blnck Hawk mines is
progressing nnd tho oro bodies on tho
sovoral levels of tlio Coppor Hill aro
Suporlor & Boston
Secretary and Treasurer W. G. Rico
and other directors of this company nro
now on thoir way to Qlobo from Hough
ton, Mich., to inspect tho property, nnd
during their stay hero is is expected
that plans will bo mado for doop do-
volopmont on two or thrco of tho com
pany's clnims. Tho Black Oxido at prcs
(Continued on Pago Six)
Win Intercollegiate Champion
ship at Harvard Stadium
with Michigan Second,
NEW RECORDS IN SIX
OF THIRTEEN EVENTS
Illinois Wins Western Cham
pionship in Chicago Hatch
Wins St. Louis Marathon
Race College Ball Games.
arc several features of tho un-
.uil work at the Old Dominion
tap past week worthy of note.
rsscut on tho 14th lovel, which
prsptratpd thirty-fivo feet -of very
gi..:. sulphide ore nnd then went
& .go forty-five or fifty feet of nl-r-
si tirrcn ledgo matter, again en-
..o 'n uro and is now in sulphide
going t- 20 per cent copper. Wheth
er ten is vein No. 2 or No. 3 tho man
tgeart, not yet certain, but it prom
r ..- an important oro body of
... nbio width, and is doubtless
icin which is being drifted
rosscut No. 2, where tho ore
i.ighcr grade, some of it run-
40 per cont coppor. Tho
V- 2 crosscut continues to
arge tonnago of ore. Work in
ssnit, practically suspended
week, will bo resumed and
" unter sulphide vein No. J
i n was mado several days
o inft from B. shaft .with A
the mino workings on the
wlneh improves ventilation
f i ilitato work in that part
A crosscut will now bo
' m B shaft on tho 10th level
Buffalo hill and which is
tit several important veins
i' mond drill work carried on
tfom of C shaft (9th level)
-onsidernblo flow of water
i discontinued. Tho drifts
"aft on tho 9th and 10th
i '. shaft by tho end of
drifts will drain tho wot
permit the sinking of C
grading and construction
ng ahead. Tho extension
er building is temporarily
mting tho arrival of a ear
steel which is looked for
i when recqived the work
No 5 furnace will start and
i in a month.
lftion of copper in May'
under 3,000,000 pounds,
t quito meet expectations,
low grade of tho Cnnanea
"d in tho furnaco charge.
1 percentago of oro from
s own mines smelted dur-
h was larger than ever
French Seamen Say They Have
No Complaint Against the
Companies Bring Action for
Desertion AgijiAt ,9,000,
Men for Desertion Justice
of Claims Is Recognized.
By Associated Press.
BOSTON, Mass., Juno 1. Five star
athlotes from tho University of Penn
sylvania won tho intercolleginto cham
pionship in tho Hnrvard stadium today
in whnt proved to bo a sorics of won
dorful athletic performances. Now in
torcollegiato figures woro-wntton in six
of tho thirteen events and ono more
record would have gone down, that of
high hurdles, had not tho officials do
cidod that tlio runners wore too much
favored by tho wind.
Ponnsylvnnin was given a splondid
fight for first place by seven men from
tho University of Michigan, winning
by four points. Tho Pennsylvanians
scored 33 to 29 for Michigan. Yale
was third with 23 points, Cornell fourth
with 15 points, Princeton 10, Syracuse
S, Harvard 7. Intoroollcgiato records
woro brokon in tho mile, shot-putting,
quarter-mile, two miles, high jump and
polo vault. Oarrols of Michigan ran
tho high hurdles in ,15 seconds, but
Kraenzlein 's record pf 15 2-5 will re
main tho intercollegiate figure.. Sovoral
othor ovonts woro almost up to tho
now marks, tho 100 yards being run in
ton nnd tho half mile in 1.57.
Captain Garrols of Michigan led the
field with 13 out of 29 points for tho
westerners. Gnrrcls won both hurdle
events and also showed strength in the
shot-put by getting second place over
Stephenson of Harvard. Haskins of
Pennsylvania won tho mile and half
mile, and Cartmell of Pennsylvania won
both dashes. Haskins' victory in the
'hnlf-milo run decided the meet for
Globo Oswill, catch: Rinehart.
pitch; Prall, first baso; Shirk, second;
Murphy, short; Mardqrf, third; Leon-
aril, Jott nolu; O Connor, contcr, and
Colts Johnson, catch; Raymcs,
pitch; Noith, first bas'o; Bauingartnor
or McGraw, socond; Mooro, short; Wy
nnt, third; Kecgan, loft; Kelly, center,
and Armstrong, right.
Manager Proehaska 'has been trying
to get a gamo for somo time with tho
Tucson team and despite tho fact that
tho boys from tho ancient pueblo twice
defeated the Phoenix team and nro
claiming the championship of tho ter
ritory, they seem timid of meeting the
Globo team. Sovoral requests havo been
mado for a gamo, but no satisfactory
reply can bo received. Manager Pro
ehaska is also figuring on a seven-day
trip, on which games will be played
with Bisbcc, DouglasTombstono and
The gamo this afternoon will bo call
ed at 2:30 o'clock sharp nnd tho ad
mission will bo 25 cents.
KILLS YOUNG WOMAN
THINKING HEE ANOTHER
By Associated Press.
PKEEPORT, 111., June 1. Mrs. Ed
na Rummolhngen, 19 years old, was
shot and kilod today by Herbert E.
Springer, 19 ycajs old, of Rockford,
who chased Mrs. Rummelhagen through
a crowded street thinking she was an
other woman, who ho aid had "thrown
Big Oil Company Fined Almost
Two Millions and Ousted
from the State
OFF THE CALENDAR
Tomorrow Will See the Crim
inal Business for This Term
of Court Completed)
JURY IS STILL OUT
IN NIC0TICH CASE
'on will soon bo rccoiving
'm a new source, having
! 30,000 tons of oro, to bo
a mino in Madera' county,
Southern Pacific having
low froight rato on tho
" a heavy iron sulphide
r cent coppor.
been no developments of
tho Globo Consolidated
-t two wcoks. It is undor-
failuro to discover oro
ts on tho 500 level may
suspension of work in tho
s early developments will
fhis decision, it is under-
with tho directors of tho
Diilttth. In this event all
'p concentrated in sink
ain shaft and thoro will
' r crosscutting until tho
- reached. Tho shaft yes-
g was 710 foot deep and
Tho south crosscut on
'"' in diorito and the north
' Jins in porphyry.
A t s'l'er and Copper Strike
lj,e . '' b-'T and I. Chrisman, wlio
,,l wing dQvolopincnt work on
By Associated Press.
PARIS, Juno 1. Whilo Marino Min
ister Thompson says ho hopes' the sea
men who struck yesterday "will rec
ognize tho logic facts and come to their
senses," tho government seems to bo
almost helpless. Tho seamen's organi
zation is making it clear that thoy havo
no complaint against the navigation
companies, but that tho fight is against
tho government for an increaso of pen
sion of tho naval reserves, to which
nearly all tho striking officers, engin
eers, seamen, longshoremen nnd oven
Tho justice of the claim of tho sea
men that successive French govern
ments since Louis XIV havo "bor
rowed" immense sums from tho sea
men's fund is recognized, but tho cul
prits now should bo mado to disgorge,
and with tho means nt tho disposal of
tho treasury, tho minister of manno
says it is impossible to increaso the
minimum pension to $250 and .U tor
men nnd officers respectively, as tlio
seamen's organization demands.
Tho government points out that rail
road men must bo provided for nnd
ndds that tho scale asked by tho sea
men is far in excess of tho scchdule
for old age workmen's pensions, which
tho government has under considera
tion. In order not to remain entirely pas
sive somo navigation companies took
action against tho strikers today. For
mal charges of desertion were mado
against nearly 9,000 officers, ongincors
seamen and others who abandoned Uio
ships, and under decrco 1852 aro subject
to heavy ncnalties.
HAVRE, Juno 1. No French ship
loft port today. A crov;d of a,uuo
strikers hearing that an attempt would
bo mado to tako out tho steamer au
sanno W. Mario, arrived just as tho
Etcamcr was backing out. Tho men at
onco closed tho gates to tho basin.
PRESIDENT IS HOME
' FROM WESTERN TRIP
IUuiois Wins Meet
CHICAGO, Juno 1. Working truo to
indicated form, tho track and field
team of the University of Illinois won
the western intercollegiate champion
ship at Marshall fiold this afternoon.
Tho victory was by a narrow margin,
Illinois scoring 31 points while Chicago
finished with 29 1-3.
The teams of other institutions woro
not serious contenders, although Wis
consin looked dangerous for a time,
fin'ishing third, with seventeen points.
Missouri nnd Drake divided fourth and
fifth honors with nino points each.
Ono western intercollegiate record
was broken, Smithson of Notro Dame
cutting off a fifth of a second from the
record for the 120 yard high hurdles of
115 2-5 mado by F. M. Moloney of Chi
cago iu 1902. Tho western record for
tho 100-yard dash, held by C. A. Blair,
the former Chicago athlote, was equal
ed by May of Illinois, both in tho pre
liminary and final boat of the dash.
Ohicagoan Wins Marathon
ST. LOUIS, Mo., June L S. H.
Hatch of Chicago won tho twenty-five
mile Marathon race from Frcoburg, 111.,
toSt. Louis, today, in 2 hours, 35 min
utes nnd 20 seconds. Albert Tlubcaux
of Chicago was second and Charles
Traft of St. Louis third. Tho entire
courso was ovor muddy roads.
By Associated Press.
AUSTIN, Toxas, Juno 1. Tho jury
today found tho Waters-Pierce Oil com
pany of Missouri guilty of violation of
tho anti-trust law of -Texas, convicted
it of having entered the state by fraud
and fined it $1,623,900, and granted the
prayer of the stato for ouster proceed
ings. Tho defense this aftornoon filed a
motion for a new trial and the case will
be taken to the federal courts. The
stato filed a potition with District
Judge Brooks for the .appointment of
a receiver and also an injunction to
restrain tho company i6m moving any
property from tho state.
Tho judgo granted a temporary in
junction and set tho receivership case
for June 8.
Tho trial consumed three weeks in
tho district court hero and its conclu
sion today is merely the beginning of a
long legal battle. At the outset of the
proceedings the defense attempted to
sccuro a change of venue, but not suc
ceeding it vainly sought to secure
judgment by default in order to hasten
tho course to tho federal courts.
Tho basis, of tho controversy is tho
anti-trust laws of 1899 and 1903. Of
tho penalties assessed by the verdict
of tho jury, J. P. Gruet Jr. of St. Louis
will secure one-fourth of tho fee that
goes to tho county attorney, which is
$387,379. Tho remainder of tho judg
ment will go to the state, barring somo
$15,000 which will havo to be paid to
special attorneys who assisted the stato
in tho prosecution.
shot and fatally injured at Van Ness
nvcnuo and Turk streets at 11 o'clock
tonight by Special Officer J. W. Blom
berg of tho Humano society.
Forgcy opened fire on a crowd of
strike sympathizers who recognized
him and a companion as strike-breaking
car men and who pursued the two men
for several blocks.
Blomberg took up tho chase, attempt
ing to arrest Forgey, and he returned
the latter 's fire with fatal results.
During tho fusillade Thomas Stack,
a structural iron worker, wasVshot in
Forgey is dying at tho Central emer
Tigers Beat Yale
New Haven, Qonn. R. H. E.
Princoton ...... ...... 9 1-1 4
Yalo -. 7 8 4
Batteries Hcininger and Coonoy;
Meyer, H, Jones, Van Vloit and'T.
Cornell Shut Out
Cambridge, Mass. R. H. E-
Harvard 10 2
Cornell 0 4 . 3
Batteries Hartford and Currior;
Deshon and Hastings.
First Spade of Dirt Turned for
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Juno 1. President
Roosovolt returned to Washington from
his visit to' Canton, Indianapolis and
Lansing at 4:45 o'clock this afternoon.
Tho president wont at onco to the
White Houso and later to tho executivo
office. Tho prcsidont is to start Juno
9 for tho Jamestown exposition, whoro
Georgia day is to bo celebrated on tho
10th. O n tho twelfth ho will lcavo for
Oyster Bay whoro, as ho said today, ho
hopes to pass a quiot summer.
Aged Thiof Caught
By Associated Press.
WHEELING, W. Va., Juno 1. W.
F. Hohon, charged with stealing $48,
000 in bonds and $11,000 in cash from
his sister in Indianapolis, was arrested
hero today. All but $1,200 wasound
TRE COLTS TODAY
Indian Pitcher for the Colts
An Exciting Game Is
Tho best ball gamo of tho season is
expected at tho ball park this after
noon when tho Globo regular team and
tho Globe Colts will play. Tho regular
players of both teams will bo out and
sovcral additions to both teams -will bo
made, which will strengthen them con
siderably. Tho Colts will bo 'greatly
strengthened-by tho addition of Raymes
tho Indian twirlcr, who will bo in tho
box for tho youngsters. Raymes uj
about tho fastest amateur pitcher in
this vicinity. Ho pitched a five-inning
gamo for the San Carlos Indians"against
tho regulars sovcral wcoks ago and
only allowed ono safe hit.- Rinehart
will bo in tho box for tho regulars.
Tho following will bo tho linoup of
By Associated Press.
SEATTLE. Wash., June 1. Ground
was brokon for tho Alaska-Yukon-Pa
cific exposition this afternoon, Prcsi
dept J. E. Chilbcrg of tho exposition
corporation formally turning over tho
first spadeful of sod after tho conclu
sion of an elaborate program.
John Barrott, director of tho Inter
national Bureau of American Repub
lics, represented President Roosovolt at
tho ceremony. Governor E. A. Mead
of Washington and Governor W. B.
Hoggatt of Alaska mado addresses. W.
A. Williams of Portland represented
Governor Chamberlain of Oregon and
Harry White of Los Angeles represented
Governor GUlott of California. Tho
military parado at noon todayf preceded
tho celebration at the fair grounds.
Troops from Fort Lawton, marines and
tailors from- tho ruget Sound navy
yard and tho Washington National
Guard participated. Thoro were four
military bands in line. Tho ground
breaking ceremonies took placo in tho
natural amphitheater on tho exposition
grounds, with a crowd of about 10,000
persons present. Tho exposition opens
Juno 1, 1909.
IN HEAD-ON COLLISION
Pollard Gets Nine Months for
Burglary and Charles Henry
One Year for Assault To
-Delay Davis Hanging,
With tho jury secured in ono case, in
addition to which there is but ono an
other, the criminal docket for this term
of the district court will bo cleared to
morrow whon the long civil calendar
will bo attacked. Last night the jury
in tho caso of tho Territory vs. Miko
Nicotich, a Montenegrin charged with
assault with a deadly weapon, was still
out and a disagreement is looked for.
Tho case for which tho jury was ob
tained is tho case of tho Territory vs.
O. I. Munn and Matt McGovern, Charg
ed with assault with a deadly weapon.
Both were indicted with Thomas Wil
bur for an nssault on Clarence Myer
berg. Wilbur committed tho assault
and loft town when ho heard of tho
indictment. Munn and McGovern were
jointly indicted as accessories.
Mario Garda, indicted for burglary,
changed his plea to guilty yesterday
afternoon and will bo sentenced to
morrow morning at" 9:30.
Witnesses Skip Town
Tho remaining caso is that of tho
Territory vs. J. W. Jenkins, charged
with assault with a deadly weapon. 1$
is unlikely that this case will come to
trial, as the prosecuting witness, T. L.
Clark, and another witness named L.
A. Gordon havo left town. Attachments
wero issued for them yesterday, but it
is not probable that thoy will bo served,
as the men have left tho territory.
They are said to bo in Silver City, N.
M. Jenkins is alleged to havo shot at
Clark at tho Continental mine several
Charles Pollard, who pleaded guilty
to burglary in tho second degree, was
sentenced to Yuma prison for nine
months. Charles Henry, the Pima In
dian convicted of nssault with a deadly
weapon, was sentenced to the territorial
prison for ono year.
In the case of nenry Davis, tho negro
who has been sentenced to hang on
July 2G for murder, tho pauper affidavit
of tho defendant having beenfied the
court ordered the transcript in appeal
prepared. Tho case cannot be heard
in tho supremo court until next Novem
ber. Lewis Statcn, who was fined $100 af
ter conviction for assault with a deadly
weapon, was released irom custody
upon a supersedeas bond pending the
decision of tho supreme court upon the
merits of his appeal.
Tho trial of Nicotich took up tho
greater part of the day. Tho Montene
grin was defended by Attorneys Wcin
borgcr and Elliott. A largo number
of witnesses woro heard and tho case
went to tho jury after lengthy instruct
tion at 3:30 o'clock. Tho defendant
is tho man who engaged in a fight with
Oscilr Hyatt at the Old Dominion mino
during which ho stabbed the latter
with a miner's candlestick.
Mrs. Ella B. Tregallis was granted a
divorce from J. F. Tregallis yesterday
afternoon on tho ground of desertion.
J. Weinberger was attorney for the
Tho following civil cases will bo ta
kon up in order when tho criminal cal
endar is cleared tomorrow morning:
George C. Campbell vs. Matilda Fin
letter ct al.
Mary Hillman vs. John Fitzpatrick.
Laura Collins vs. John Collins.
A. Y- Whitner vs. Denis Murphy. -
California Wino & Brandy company
vs. Scebold ot nl.
G. V. G. & N. Railroad company vs.
Robert Stead ct al.
Nollio Mallory vs. L. F. Eggcrs.
Charles E. Oswill vs. Miriam E. Oswill.
Butte Drug Clerks Strike
By Associated Press. i
BUTTE, Mont., Juno 1. All drug
stores in Butte closed ot noon today
by a strike of tho clerks for an increase
of pay from $100 to $125 a month.
GETS VIOLENT SHAKEUP
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Juno 1. A violent
shakeup has-been given tho Chincsb-im-migration
service by Secretary Straus
of tho department of commerce and
Jabor. Many complaints havo been
mado of inefficiency and in somo in
stances unreliability of Chincso inter
preters nt various immigration stations.
Commissioner Sargent of tho bureau
of immigration has been directed by
Secretary Strauss to transfer every
Chincso interprcterrfaW,,'tho transfers
to tako effect at once. Officers in
chargo of stations to which the inter
preters havo been transferred have
been requested to report as soon as pos
sible on tho qualifications. Secretary
Straus.s also detailed two of the best
interpreters in tho service, ono in the
east and one in the west, to make in
dependent report on tho qualifications
Defendant in Noted Case Ta
ken Suddenly III and Unable
to Go to Courtroom.
BOISE PEOPLE HEAR .
Attorneys Say that Haywood
Will Be in Court Tomorrow
Morning Friend of Defense
Afraid of Poisoning,
Frisco Grand Jury Investigates
Charges of Tampering with
Veniremen in Schmitz Case,
RUEF GOT $20,000
FROM THE GAS COMPANY
And of the "Attorney's Fee"
He Gave Supervisors $1V
000 and the Mayor $10,000
Drum Denies Statement,
BOARD OF SUPEEVISOES
By Associated Press.
SHAWNEE, Okln., Juno 1. Tho
northbound passenger train 'and a
Rriiilhbound freight train on the Santa
Fo railway collided head'on this after
noon ono milo norm ot aoweii, Ukia.
John Downey, ono of tho firemen, was
killed' outright and ten passengerSj are
At tho regular monthly meeting of
tho board of supervisors yesterday bills
wero audited and $12,000 was ordered
transferred from tho general to tho ex
pense fund. Jack Knighton was ap
pointed constable for Christmas pre
cinct. School district No. 8 was cre
ated to tako in tho Lower Pinto dis
trict. Tho board ordered a warrant
drawn for the purchase of block 22 in
East Globo, the new county hospital
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Juno 1.
Tho grand jury met in special session
this afternoon to consider charges of
misconduct in office preferred against
Chief of Police Dinan by District At
torney Langdon. The chief is accused
of using tho police department wrong
fully to gather on behalf of tho defense
information about various veniremen
summoned for the completion of the
jury which is to try Mayor Schmitz.
Half a score of witnesses wero exam
ined before the grand jury today, com
prising police officers and newspaper
reporters., No statement was given out
by. the prosecution at the conclusion of
tho session other than that the grand
jury will meet Monday to further con
sider tho case.
Tho transcript of testimony taken
beforo the grand jury in tho gas rate
investigation, in which John Martin,
Eugene de Sabla and Frank Drum were
indicted for bribery, credits Abraham
Ruef with having testified in part as
l IT rnwivml frrtm TJriim 20.000 .18
attorney's fee, about the fimo tho gas
rates were being fixed. Of that money
I cave to Gallnghcr for the board of
supervisors about $14,000. Drum spoke
to mo about employing mo in tho ser
vice of tho company a month or two
beforo ho engaged mo as attorney to
represent his interests as I understood
it from him, which he represented in
tho company, at $1,000 a month. I
received it, I believe, for two or three
Of tho $20,000 Ruef said ho gave
Schmitz $10,000. Drum in his testi
mony said ho never talked with Ruef
and Schmitz in refcrenco to gas rates
and denied paying Ruef a fee of $20,-
000 and a salary of $1,000 per month.
SCORES IN BOTH LEAGUES
By Associated Press.
BOISE, Idaho, Juno 1. William D..
Haywood was seized with a sudden ill
ness early this morning and was unablo
to appear in court. His trial was ad
journed until Monday. Ilaywood was
restless andH most of the night and
early this morning he began crying in
pain. Two hurriedly-summoned physi
cians announced after an examination
that ho was suffering from acute intes
tinal toxemia. Measures for the alle
viation of the pain in tho abdomen and
head included tho administration of
morphine and the dizziness and nau
sea caused by the drug rather than tho
original troublo was responsible for his
inability to go to the courtroom in tho
Haywood is a hearty cater and sincs
tho trial began ho has stopped taking
exercise. These conditions, added to
tho worry and strain of tho trial, aro
believed to be responsible for the at
tack. Earlier the suffering of tho pris
oner created an impression that he was
quite seriously ill and it was thought
an extended interruption of tho trial
was inevitable. Haywood responded
quickly to treatment and by 9:30 when
Judge Wood ordered a recess of court
vntil 1:30 it was believed the prisoner
would be ablo to attend the afternoon
session. Ho did attempt to dress, but -the
effort made him dizzy and ill and
he returned to bed. His counsel in-
formed the court hat he would surely
bo able to bo present Monday and ad
journment was taken until 11 oclock
on that day. ,
Jury Not Broaght In
Tho jury was not brought into court
and talesmen in attendance were again
warned to refrain from a discussion of
the case. Two men must be found to
complete the jury unless one side or
tho other attempts to open a way for
tho removal of somo jurors already
The final movements in the jury selec
tion, coupled with tho unexpected in
terruption of tho trial have given the
caso greater interest and fresher local
discussion than it has heretofore had.
Active friends of tho prosecution ex
pressed the belief that tho illness of
Ilaywood was a convenience to gain
time for further investigation of tales
men of tho venire, and others are sure
that Haywood collapsed under the strain
of tho trial. These and a dozen other
rumors went through the town.
Afraid of Poisoning
Ono suspicious friend of the defense
declared that tho friends of Haywood
should present a petition to the county
authorities asking permission to person
ally prepare and servo all food to tho
prisoner. Still another report was that
tho defense, greatly dissatisfied with
several men in tho jury box, would seek
by a show of affidavits to get consent
for a re-examination. A further report
was that the state is not satisfied with
ono juror and would seek to have him
removed after the defense used its last
Peter Brecn, an attorney oi uuhc,
who was retained by tho Miners union
of that city to assist the defense, ar
rived today. He met other counsel for
the defense and also the prisoners, but
took no part in tho brief court proceed
ings. There appeared to be somo ques
tion about his entry into the caso and
it is said ho would not remain here,
somo announcement on tho subject is
expected later in tho night.
Opens Fire on Sympathizers
and Is Wounded by Sp&cial
Officer after Pursuit
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., June 1.-
W. A. Forgey," astrikcbreakor in tho
employ of tho 'UnitcT Railroads, was
BASEBALL , ......
By Associated Press.
At Chicago " "
Chicago .. ..
Batteries White and Sullivan; Sio
ver and Archer.
At Boston ' R. H. E
Boston . . ...... . 2 8
New York : , 0 7
Batteries Young and Criger; Grif
fitluand Kloinow. " ."
At New York " ' R-
Now York 5
Batteries Pastorius and Butler;
Wiltse. McGinnity and Bowerman.
"Otlier games postponed on account of
Comes to a Close and Decision
Will Be Rendered in Sev
By Associated Press.
BUTTE, Mont., June 1. The Bliss
smoke case, in which Fred J. Bliss,
a citizen 'of Idaho who owns a ranch
in tho Deer Lodge valley, Montana,
Beeks to closo tho Washoe smelters, at
Anaconda, by injunction and to recover
damages from tho Washoe company for
alleged harm done bis property by sul- -phur
fumes, came to a closo today by
Master in Chancery Crane. Tho de
cision in the matter is not expected for
several months". The case covered a
period of almost a year. Great inter
ests are involved, as to close the Ana
conda smelters would be to depopulate
Anaconda and throw 20,000 men out of
work in Montana.
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