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GLOBE, GILA COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1907
I GRAND SUCCESS
f.rPl4 -t Observation of Natal
; oi nation in ine msiory
o' e City.
BIG DRILLING PRIZE
GOES TO LOCAL TEAM
Pat.1 y others, the Champions,
Debated by Mclver and
Putins Great Program of
Sr ts Two Days' .Events.
Fourth of July colobrntinn
wn in tho history of tho city
it successful from every stnnd
. it was also probnbly the
. elohrntion over hold in the
Tho wenther on tho Fourth
havo boon improved upon nnd
. although it was somowhnt
no heat did not iuterfero with
is of tho various ovents or the
f the thousands of spcutators.
,- not one of tho usual Fourth
,i. indents and not oven a call
department on cither of the
'"i i '
I.' ,1 .
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awarded tho prize, although tho judges
considered tho .No Pikors club entitled
to very favorable montion. Tho first
prizo for flonts was civon to Naouln &
Co. nnd tho second to Mrs. Dr. Shaw.
Aftor tho irnrado a patriotic nroirram
wns carried out on tho courthouse stops,
whoro a Htnnd had been erected. Tho
band played "Star Spangled Banner,"
which was sunc by tho children who
comprised tho flag. Bov. Goorgo Solby
invoked divine blessing and A. K. Stu
blor read tho preamble to Iho Declara
tion of Indopondonco. Then .Tudgo Navo
introduced tho speaker of tho day,
Georgo Purdy Dullard of Phoenix, who
.mndo an eloquent and appropriate ora
tion. Mr. Dullard evoked round aftor
round of niinlauso durini! his address bv
his patriotic utterances. Dixie by tho
band closed tho program and tho day's
two ila '
It is "loiibtful if anyone could tell
vter of tho people came from, but
ttste G"" nilV0 keen sovoral thousand
TuiUtri town aud, as few catno in on
trims - m the valley, it must bo con-
tl:iiei .;.t tney came irom me sur-
n.-u ountry by horse, wagou and
iU?f i '" restaurants coiuu not iceu
lleo ' it was a fortunate thing that
lift,''" ' committeo had decided upon
tip t 'rco barbecue. That part of
tif --iratian was highly successful
asti anils wore fed at the grounds
i tp f t of Cedar and Oak streets.
Over - '' pounds of beof and several
aattn cro barbecued. John Kiser,
Ktj cj- -iiargo of tho barbecue, inado
a rr-.r- nai win sinnu ior some lime.
Tb fir. works display on the night
of xi r urtli was magnificent, and it
u!-aM'.i if a better one has ever been
territory. Tho display was
-c the top of tho Pinal foothills
be scon for miles around. 0.
k a in was in chargo and ho was
iv Roland Jacobs, Bob Boill
'.. rs A sot piece, "Welcome,"
a mortar saluto at 8 o'clock,
almost two and a half hours
5)iiay continued with some of
i? in tho fireworks catalogue
r Among, tho sot pieces were
and Stripes, "Globe 25,000 in
t the last was "Adios." Sov-
during the night tho hills,
re very dry, were fired by the
.' tho burning grass and brush
a8 extinguished beforo any
it.tful if a better program of
a larger amount in prizes
been arranged or so success-
I out in the southwest. Tho
cnt from n monetary stand-
i the double-handed drilling
' which the champions, the
Uers, were defeated by Mc-l'u-kins,
and the two .baseball
'ween Globe and Phoenix,
" won by tho homo team
sencc of record crowds,
pts of Globe have never prc-j-rettier
appearance than dur
, .t two days and the night il
i was especially fine. Every
I'usiness was handsomely deco
'" patriotic colors and strings
if-scent lights made Broad
mght as light as day. The
i.-h thronged tho streets night
"pro happy and good-natured.
' not the slightest indication
in and consequently the many
i ii. I special officers had a com-
asy time in keeping order.
, 'ado at 9 o'clock on tho morn
Fourth was by far tho finest
in Globo and furthermore, it
d ended on time. Thousands
lined tho sidewalks and watch
it passed down Broad street
'''l Dominion tracks and dou
to tho courthouse. Tho pa
I'paded by Sheriff Thompson,
marshal of tho day, and his
' Messrs. Henderson, Voria,
and Colin. Then camo tho
prt band followed by Civil
h war veterans, and a living
-"ed of eighty children under
' Mrs. A. B. Cook, who drilled
i ti'-y made a splendid nppcar-
were cheered all along tho
ir.h. Then camo tho Odd Fel-
Barbers union in whito uni-
Eagles also in white and
their own band, tho No Pik-
niiich made a handsome ap-
n whito costumes, tho Knights
", Typographical Union, Frn-
' ' therhood with members on a
others following led by tho
t. and tho Elks with tho hnnd-
'"orated float over seen in
1 '' iloat drawn by four gray
" a mass of purple and whito
mums with an elk's hend in
"tul a high throno in tho rear
sat little Miss Vinson. Tho
"f tho order marched in thoir
and dusters with purplo and
-'"8. Thoy wero followed by
"ters union. After tho orders
float of Naquiri & Co., a lino
aled by a four-horse float rpp-
. the Globo Wholesale Meat
and a unique float placed in
1 by Mrs. Dr. Shaw. Tho first
' 'ho best appearing orgnnizn
awarded to tho Elks and tho
tho Eagles. Tho latter ivaa
IS UP AGAINST II
Kidnaping of Alleged Revolu
tionist at Douglas Gets the
Consul into Trouble.
SCOBES IN BOTH LEAGUES
WARRANT FOR ARREST
SERVED BY OFFICER
Tho singlo-jnck contest on tho Fourth
wns won by Luko Pnge'Sell Tarr cap
turing second money. Tho following is
tho order in which tho men drilled nnd
tho depth of tho holes:
Moso Grassott, 22.
Luko Page, 20-Jh.
Corbutt, 20 9-10.
Sell Tarr, 24 0-16.
Allen, 18 3-10.
Tho champion double-handed drillers
of tho country, tho Pago brothers of
Bisbce, who defeated Chamberlain nnd
Mnko for tho championship in El Paso
during tho mining congress, mot more
thnn thoir match in Jack Mclvor and
Jim Picking yesterday. Tho Pages wero
favorites at heavy odds in tho betting,
mid when it was announced on tho
Fourth that Mclver would be uunblo to
drill on account of an Injury to his
hnnd whilo practicing, thoir stock wont
up sovornl moro points. But Mdver
was able to drill and with his husky
partner drilled tho deepest hole ever
made in tho territory. Tho Pago boys
drilled last nnd were willing to bet nil
kinds of monoy that thoy would beat
tho 41 Yj inches mndo by Mclvor and
Pickins, and did got a few bots placed,
but thoy couldn't touch tho hole by al
most thrqo inches. Tarr brothers won
third monoy, $50, which was put up bv
John Stanley. The following is tho rec
ord: Tarr brothers, 43 3-1C, $50.
Mclvor and Pickins, 4"K $750.
Page brothors, 44, $250.
Tho boys' doublo-handcd contest wns
won by Summerficld and Lamin of Bis
bce, -who drilled 23K, against 21 by
McKinzio and Cnstonada of Globo.
Other Events of Both Days
Tho froc-for-all horse race on South
Broad street in the morning of the
Fourth wns won by Andy Hansen, with
Tom McKovitt second. There were four
The horse relay yesterday morning
was won.by Will..Brju:e,iwith McKevitt
Inking second monoy. Both wero excit
ing contests and in tho latter there were
Tho hundred-yard dash on tho aftor
noon of tho Fourth was an exciting
event. Shock was tho favorite in the
betting, although many of Geno Shu to 'a
friends wagered considerable money on
him. Geno won in handy fashion with
The hose race yesterday aftcrnopn
was marred by a serious accident. Ed
Stewart wns to havo run as spike for
tho Pioneer hoso team, but failed to
show up, and Hardy Allen volunteered
to take his placo. At the end of the
course Allen stumbled nnd fell, tho
heavy cart passing over him. Ono of
his legs was broken and his arm dislo
cated. The time was slow, 381.. The
volunteer team with Geno Shuto run
ning spike, won first prize of $100;
time, 33. Tho second prizo was $75.
Claim Anchor Fouled
Tho tug of war Thursday evening was
unsatisfactory. The team with Louie
Trojanovich as anchor pulled out the
team headed by Ed Husson, but tho lat
ter claimed a foul, alleging that Tro
janovich caught hold of tho cleats. A
claim was made against the other team
that tho anchorman held his harness jn
tho cleats by laying on them. Tony
Trojanovich was the judge and ho de
clared it no contest. The Husson team
was challenged by tho other sido to pull
it off again last night, but refused.
Tonight two heavy-weight teams, ono
from tho city captained by Tony Tro
janovich nnd ono from Copper Hill cap
tained by Mr. Myers, will pull for tho
money. If two lightweight teams show
up thoy will also get a chance at tho
Class B monoy.
Tho three-legged race prizo of $10
was won by Glenn Shuck and Clifford
Bay less against three other teams.
Tho girls' race wns won by Ella Da
vis, and Minnie Haydcn got second
Tho gun club shoot gold medal wns
won by J. G. Naquin, who mndo a scoro
of 24 out of 25, and tho silver medal
went to Mr. Smith-
Tho wrestling match between Husson
and Beery was witnessed by a largo
crowd last evening at tho courthouse
corner. Husson won tho first fall, in 3
minutes 28 seconds; Beery took tho sec
ond in 10:48, and Husson won tho match
with tho last fall in 3:13. Charles Bru
no acted as referee.
Good Bronco Busting
Ono oi tho best events of tho cele
bration was tho bronco busting tourna
ment at tho ball park after yesterday's
game, and soveral thousand people, who
crowded tho grand stand and bleachers
and lined the hillside, saw the chap-legged
vaquoros get jarred by bucking out
laws. Thoro wero nino entries and Hen
ry Morris took down tho first prizo of
$200 by tho ensp with which h.y rodo a
vicious horsP. Just to show what ho
could do, ho snntched off tho bridlo and
let tho animal buck. Tho second prizo
of $100 was divided between Tom Mc
Kovitt, Pat Hughes and Jake McClnin.
Mnnuol Bomcrortho ihird mnn to ride,
was tossed over his horse's head and
tho othor fall was made by Dick Zufelt,
who was shaken off of Long's gray out
law. Tho balloon nsconslon by J. Lough-
!ency; which jyns ,tq, hayo taken place
Placed Under Bond to Appear
Monday Government Has
Ordered United States At-,
By Associated Press.
DOUGLAS, Ariz., July 5. Mexican
Consul Antonio Maza has been arrested
by Constable A. S. J. Shropshire and
charged with kidnaping a man named
Sarabia, who was arrested hero last
Monday by Banger Hnyhurst at tho in
stnuco of Consul Maza. After Sarabia
had boon arrested ho was placed in the
city jail. Afterwards at 1) o'clock Sun
day night parties took Sarabia from jail
nnd carried him across tho' lino into
Monday night tho people of Douglas
hold a muss meeting for tho purine of
causing an investigation of tho reported
kidnaping of Sarabia. A committeo wns
appointed at that meeting to investi
gate tho affair and at tho instance of
this committeo tho above parties were
arrested on Wednesday and wero held
at bonds of $1,000 each. The prelim
inary hearing is 'expected to come up
Tho committeo of citizens also re
ported tho incident, relating what oc
ccurrcd to Governor Kibboy and also
v'the stato department nt Washington.
WASHINGTON, July 5.- The depart
ment of justice today directed the
United States district attorney for Ari
zona to "make an investigation into tho
alleged kidnaping from Douglas into
Mexico of Manuel Sarabia, an alleged
Mexican agitator, reported to have been
connected with a Mexican newspaper
published in St. Louis in the interest
of the revolutionary party.
The inquiry is undertaken at the in
stance of friends of Sarabia, but so far
nothing has been heard from the terri
torial authorities. It is expected that
tho reported arrest of tho Mexican con
sul at Douglas on tho chargo of being
complicated in the kidnaping may be
made a matter pf complaint, but it is
said his Consular office may exempt him
from liability for criminal action on his
part. If tho facts are as alleged, it
becomes necessary for this government
to request tho Mexican authorities to
return tho kidnaped man to Arizona.
WOMAN GIVES UP
By Associated Press.
Dotroit , ..................
Philadelphia ...-. ..- ...........
Batteries Donovan nnd
It. H. E.
t 11 2
Dygert, Wnddell and Schreck. ,.
At Cleveland It. .II. E.
Cleveland -.... '2 10 1
New York .. 1 j C 0
Battories--Hess and Bemisj.Ifngg and
At Now York B: H. E.
Now York 3 f 7 2
Brooklyn :1' 3 1
Batteries Ames and Boworman;
Scnnlon and Bergen. 4
At Pittsburg K H. E.
Pittsburg 2; 0 0
St. Louis ..- 15 2
Batteries Lcifield nnd Phelps; Mc
Glynn and Marshal).
FEDERATION NOW AFf ER
By Associated Press.
DOUGLAS, Ariz., July 5. Ah a result
of tho presence of organizers of the
Western Federation of Miners and local
agitators friendly to tho organization,
an attempt is being made to unroll tho
smeUermen employed by tho. Copper
Queen and Calumet & Arizona smelters
as members of tho federation. , The re
fusal of the companies to recognize tho
union, which is certain, will possibly
result iu n strike.
Every business and professional man
in Douglas, with soveral exceptions, has
signed a set of resolutions declaring his
unalterable opposition to thd Federation.
INFLUX OF JAPS
Labor Men of British Columbia
Up in Arms Because of the
FROM THE HAWAIIANS
Law of Canada Will BeStrictly
Enforced Japs Must Have
$25 on Them Refused Li
censes in San Francisco.
E TEAM WINS
Phoenix Athletics Taken into
Camp by Globe in Games of
Thursday and Friday,
FIRST CONTEST ALMOST
TAKEN BY VISITORS
Globe Had No Runs Until the
, Sixth Yesterday's Game
Was Easier for Locals
Will Play Again Today,
Globe captured both games from the
Phoenix Athletics on tho Fourth and
Fifth and both contests wero close and
Tho first game, played on the after
nono of tho Fourth to a largo crowd,
whs one of the most exciting games
over played on a local diamond. It
looked like Phoenix's game until tho
sixth inning, when the locals in n great
rally ran in threo scores, tying Phoenix,
and in tho following inning they clinch
ed victory with another run. Up to tho
sixth Globo had not succeeded in got
ting a mnn across tho plate, although
time after time they had men on second
and third. Globo outbatted Phoenix,
but Professor Aycr, tho crack Tempo
pitcher, kopt tho hits of the locals well
scattered and only in the sixth could
thoy bunch their safeties.
With Pinyou nnd North on bases in
tho sixth Collins drove ono out into
doop center, scoring both men and com
ing in himself on Drill well's hit and
Scott's bad throw home. Brid well's
batting and fast double plays by Shirk
and Mardorf and BriiHvcll and Shirk
were tho features of the game. The
errors on both sides resulted principally
from difficult chances on bad ground
and only a few of them were costly.
Phoenix AB. It. H. PO. A
Stcvcrson, ss. ;.... .r.5 1
Alis, 3b .' 5 0
Aycr, p. .-....... 4 0
Graham, lb, i.-..l 0
Chutnlcut, If. J',j...i4w--1'
Magoffin, c. .u2 "'0 0 0
Scott, 21. .....: Zi '10 4
Grijalva, rf. ...,...aai. 0 12
Luna, cf. .--.-........S-JO ,.
Absconding Teller of Trust
Company Betrayed by the
Woman He Went To
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, July 0. Chcstor B.
llunynn, tho defaulting teller of the
Windsor Trust company, wns arrested
in New York today and $54,410 of tho
monoy taken was recovered.
Runyan was found in the apartments
of Mrs. Laura M. Carter of 019 West
144th street, where ho had boon since
he wnlked out of tho bank on Saturday
with all tho money in the teller's vault
packed in a suitcase.
Mrs. Carter reported to tho police this
afternoon that Runyan waB in her flat.
Five detectives at once accompanied
Mrs. Carter to the house. Sho furnished
them with a key and two detectives
entered tho room while tho others re
mained outside. As tho detectives en
tered Runyan was standing in front of
tho chiffonier. Ho turned suddenly oji
tho officers with a revolyor in his hand
and tho detectives rushed nt him tell
ine him to throw up his hands. He
thereupon dropped his rovolvcr and
calmly submitted to being handcuffed,
saying, "Tho jig is up."
When asked where tho money was
ho said that a part of it was Jn tho
suitcase and the rest wns in a drawer
of tho chiffonier.
CHICAGO PAPER HAS
JULY 4 FATALITIES
By Associated Press.
BELLTNGHAM,- Wash., July 5. A
special to the Herald from Vancouvei
The labor men of this city and prov
ince arc up in arms over the threatened
invnsion of thousands of Japaneso from
The labor market is already over
stocked and they will not stand for the
coming of such numbers of orientals.
The immigration records show that 2,
500 hayc arrived In British Columbia
since January 1, most from Honolulu.
Dr Aloxnndor Monroo, tho Dominion
immigration commissioner, declares that
the inrush must end nnd will bo stop
ped, if possible, and that the law will
be rigidly enforced and that all who
wero not qualified will bo refused ad
mission. Tho necessary qualification is
tho possession of $25 cash.
Past exporienco shows that not one
Japaneso in ton has this amount, nnd
it means thnt they will have to bo re
turned by tho steamship companies. The
French steamer Admiral Jauribcrry is
Idue hero tomorrow with 250 Japanese
from Honolulu. Thcso must qualify or
go back. Acuto complications are al
most ccrtnin, nnd tho local Japanese
consulate Is quite awaro of their com
ing. Refused Liccnso
SAN FRANCISCO, Ca)., July 5. An
attorney called upon Tnx Colector Nich
ols today in behalf of five Japaneso
who wero recently refused licenses to
cpnduct employment agencjes by tho"
police commissioners. Tho lnwyor mado
a formal domnnd for tho licenses and
tendered the required fees. Tho tax
collector referred tho attorney to the
police commissioners, who havo juris
diction in tho matter of issuing licenses.
Commissioner Hnggcrty received a let
ter from United States Attorney Dovlin
but' rofuscd to reveal its contents on
tho ground "Thai, it might inflamo pub
IGNORE STATE LAW
' -35 3-Globe--
' AB. R;
Shirk, 2b. .. 3 0
Brldwoll, ss. ...L'.,.3'--'"0
Green, If. .-J.i..JL3 , 0
Mardorf. 3b. . 14 ' 0
03will, lb. .
Pinyon, c. .
North, cf. .
Collins, p. ....
It 21 10
H. PO. A.
. .4 1
Gamo by Innings
Globo ....... ..0 1 0 2 0 10 0 0 t
Hits . . 1 112 12 0D 19
Phoenix .0 O0020-00 0 2
Hits 0 1113 10 1 08
Earned run, Qlobo 1; two base hit,
1'inyon, Urecn, Collins; stolen bases,
Green, Murphy (3), Graham; struck out,
by Smith 5, by Scott 7; bases on balls,
off Smith 1, off Scott 3; double plays,
Aycr unassisted, Stcvcrson to Ayer to
Graham; passed balls, Oswill 1, Chutnl
cut 1; left on bases, Globe 8, Phoenix
7; hti by pitched ball, Smith; time,
2:20; umpiro, Barter.
Play Again Today
Globo and Phoenix will play another
gamo today and will alsojday tomor
row. Ayor will bo in tho box for the
visitors and Bridwell, tho new Globe
player, will officiate on tho slab tor the
locals. Gone Shute, who has been play
ing on tho university team with Brid
well, will piny at short.
Tho first prizes for the best scores
kept by ludics was won by Mrs. A. G.
Smith nnd tho second by Mrs. J. L.
Alexander. The official scorckecpcr who
acted as judge was compelled to toss up
to 8co which of tho two scores was the
P. 8. Hero Ih a hint for baseball
malingers. A uniform docs not consti
tute a ball player, even if strenuous
kicking is added to it. Tho people pay
tr sco ball playing, not a lot of useless
and senseless kicking and rag chewing.
SALOON ROW THURSDAY
In a brawl which occurred in Barney
Morello's saloon on Lower Broad street
north of the bridge Thursday night, Jim
Mariota wns shot in tho wrist, tho bul
let passing out wclow the elbow. When
the officers arrived Marieta's ussailant
had skipped out and tho wounded man,
as is usual with that cIubs of foreigners,
absolutely refused to give any infor
mation regarding his assailaut. Mari
ota had his wound dressed by Dr. J. L.
Wales and was thon compelled to give
a cash bond of $50 to appear should his
assailant be apprehended.
Men Implicated in Enterprise
Scandal at Allegheny, Pa,,
Go to Prison
CHICAGO, July C.'-Thirty-six por
sons wero killed and 1,471 injured while
celebrating Indopondonco day, accord
ing to tho Record-Horald. In Chicago
six persons wore killed by rovolvors
which wero supposed tp bo unlondcd
and with, tho deadly giaut firecracker:
Now York furnished soven of tho
dead, whilo the- remainder of tho list
of fatalities are scattered over tho coun
try. In tho list'of injured wero a num
ber of seriously injured, and somo will
Tho cannon cracker was fatal among
children who did not understand how
to handle it.
ypstcrday afternoon, was postponed un
til after the ball gamo'todny. Ono pf
the horses in tho busting tournament
rpn into tho parachute, damaging it. ,
Bv Associated Press,
' 'LINCOLN, Nob., July 5. Attorney
General Thompson this evening in tho
supreme court enjoined flvo express com
panies doing business 'in tho stato from
seeking to evade the provisions of tho
law1 reducing express 25 per cent. The
now law wont into effect today,
far all the companies ignored it.
' 32 4 10
Score by Innings
Phoenix ...... '. 0 0 'l ". 10 10 0 03
Hits .'.J) 112 0 10 0 1-0
Globe .. 0 0000310 4
Hits .0 2 1113 11 10
Ecarncd runs, Globo 2; three baso
hits, Bidwcll; two baso hits, Pinyon,
Collins; saerlfico lilts, Bridwell, Green,
Mardorf, Magoffin; stolen bases, Pinyon
(2), Murphy, .Grijalva; double plays,
Shirk to Mardorf, Bridwell tp Shirk;
struck out, by Collins 0, by Aycr 7;
passed balls, Pinyon 2, Magoffin 1; hit
by pitcher Shirk (2), Green; bases on
balls, off Collins 2, off Ayer 1; left on
bases, Globo 12, Phoonix 3; time, 2:05;
Yesterday's gamo lacked tho sensa
tionalism of tho first game, but both
teams played steadier ball and there
were far less misplays. It -was Globe 's
gamo from tho start, although Phoenix
had a splendid chance to tie the score
in tho" fourth when tho locnls had three
runs. ..Fast playing by Mardorf and
Bridwell caught two men at the plate
and thoy wero the first two men retired,
nnd then with three mon on bags Gri
jalva was fanned by Smith. Poor judg
ment in baso running wns principally
responsible for Phoenix's defeat, as sev
eral of tho Indian players had a mania
for stealing third. Smith, who is a ro
cent arrival from Green Bay, Wis.,
pitched a good,, heady gamo, and was in
vincible at critical stages.
Bridwell, who comes from tho Uni
versity of Southern California, played
a splendid gamo at short yesterday, al
though ho did not hit liko ho did in
tho gnnio on tho-Fourth. Aycr, who hold
down second for tho visitors yesterday,
put up a fino gamo. His doublo play
unassisted in thoifirst-inning was n pret
ty one.- Ayer lis a professor at tho
Tempo Normal and a, real ball player.
Globe . AB. R. IL PO. A. E.
Shirk, 2b u..4l 0
Green, if 3 0
Bridwell, ss. . .5
Mardorf. 3b. ......;n..;4;
By Associated Press.
PITTSBURG, Pa., July 5. After re
fusing new trials for tho men recently
convicted in connection with tho fail
ure of the Enterprise bank of Alleghe
ny, Judgo Ewing in tho federal court
today sentenced Edward P. McMillan,
the bookkeeper, who pleaded guilty tp
making false en trios and misapplication
of funds, to six years on the first charge
and six months upon tho second.
Charles Menzemcr, former assistant
teller, convicted of misapplication of
funds and abetting T. Lee Clark, the
cashier, who committed suicide, was sen
fenced to flvo years and six months im
prisonment. Thomas W. Harvey, the former assist
ant teller, convicted of making false
entries, was given until Tuesday to set
tlo his affairs, and Lemert S. Cook, a
real estate dealer, convicted of misap
plication of funds of tho bank, was also
given a respite until Tuesday. Sentence
was suspended in the case of Georgo T.
Rylson, tho former individual book
keeper, who was convicted of abstrac
tion and misapplication of funds, but
acquitted on the charge of making false
MOVER 10 TAKE
THE STAND MONDAY
Beginning of the End in the
Famous. Haywood Trial Is
HAYWOOD TO FOLLOW
HEAD OF FEDERATION
Juymen Complain of Lack of
Exerciser-Expected that the
State's Rebuttal Evidence
Will Begin Tuesday,
SQUIRES A DUB,
NOT AN EASY MARK
By Associated Press.
'EL PASO, Texas, July 5. Jesus Gar
cia, an alleged revolutionist, was arrest
ed hero yesterday chavged with carry-:
ing concealed weapons. Moxicnn Con
sul Mallen agreed to secure his rolcaso
if ho would return to Mexico aud waited
nt- the- jail in a carriago with an Amer
ican officer to rush him to Mexico, but
Garcia refused tho officor.
-i .dj -
- Jt.l. .V . -" " "
Collins, cf. .
Smith, p. ...
;.;4 .., 2 , 1
..u..i..3 Q -0
Alis, 3b .,. ..-4; 0
Graham, lb. .......1....3 0
Chutnicut, c. ...ud.4 0
Stovcrson, ss. . -.;U.u4' 0
Magoffin, If. -....uti.4 'Q,
Iiunn, cf .....
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EASY FOR BURNS
Australian Ghampion Knocked
Out in First Round by the
. Light Heavyweight
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., July 5. Bill
Squires, tho much heralded champion of
Australia, succumbed to tho blows oi a
Canadian fist at" Colma yesterday after
ho had been in tho ring two minutes
with Tommy Burns.
The men who witnessed tho brief
meeting between tho two pugilists'wcro
charitable enough not to call him a
"dub." They designated him "a falso
alarm," who should havo been pitted
against a fourth-rate fighter rather than
any pugilist with tho slightest posses
sion of ring skill.
To say that tho nine -thousand persons
who journeyed out to Colma to witness
tho fight wero disappointed would be
phrasing it mildly. It was a hot day
and tho" journey to Colma was a disa
grocablo one. Hundreds of persons camo
from other states to see tho leading
fightor of tho antipodes battle with tho
light heavyweight champion of the
United States, and anticipation was
koyed up to the highest point. From
tho standpoint or the averago spectator
iho outcome would havo been amusing,
jf less effort lirid beon required to reach
The fight was practicaly ended the
moment tho gong'sonnded for tho men
to ndvanco to the center of tho ring.
That the defensive skill of tho Anstra:
lian wns exceedingly poor was speedily
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By Associated Press.
BOISE, Idaho, July 5. The begin- -ning
of the end of the Haywood trial
was reached today. Counsel for the de
fense announced that with tho excep
tion of three or four witnesses their case
is before the jury, Charles II. Moyer
will bo "called as a witness Monday, to
be followed by Haywood, tho defend
ant. Judge Wood has asked tho coun
sel of both' sides to submit their requests
for instructions to tho jury. He in
formed counsel that he will consider the -requests
"and agree with counsel as 'to
waht his instructions will bo in order
that arguments on both sidc3 may bo
limited to what the jury will be allowed
to consider. In adjourning court this
afternoon until Monday Judgo Wood
said he hoped the interval would bo
utilized by counsel in preparations, to
prevent further delay.
It is now expected that rebuttal evi
denco in behalf of the state will com
mence Wednesday or possibly Tuesday,
as much depends on the extent of the
cross examination of Moyer and Hay-,
wood. Counsel for the defense aud
prosecution after adjournment this af
ternoon wore willing to admit tho pos
sibility of a verdict or disagreement in
Jurors Get Uneasy
Some uneasiness on the part of the
jurymen as the result of their long con
finement developed this afternoon. Just
before adjournment of court Juror S. F.
Russell asked if the jury can bo al
lowed exercise during the two days ad
journment. He complained that some
members of the jury wero disinclined tp
take walks" and ' other jurymen' arc" un
able to tako exercise to which they arc
accustomed and without which there is
danger of sickness. O. W. Seborn, a
juryman, addressed the judge in support
of .this statement and asked that tho
jury be allowed to take exercise accord
ing to their inclinations.
Judge Wood and counsel for both
sides agreed to arrange anything within
the law for the improvement of condi
tions. A. P. Burns complained that tho
bailiffs in charge of the jury were too
strict and that a juryman who exceeded
some trivial rule was summarily called
(o ordor. Juror J. A. Bobertson, a
good-humored Scotchman, defended tho
bailiff and said laughing: well, I
don 't know about them being tpo strict.
I never had a better time in my life."
It was Tpccived with roars of merri
ment and Judge Wood, who seldom joins
in any demonstration, leaned back in
his chair and laughed heartily.
More Against Orchard
The five witnesses on the stand this
morning added support to those who
preceded them. They were called to
testify concerning conditions existing
in Colorado during the disturbances at
Cripple Creek and to show that thcro
was no reason to call out tho militia.
Orchard was further discredited by
Owen Barnes, a miner who lived near
tho Independence, miuo and who Or
chard said assisted him in tho manufac
ture of bombs. Barnes said he knew
Orchard, Adams, Easterly and. others,
but flatly denied that ho ever planned
or discussed any criminal expedition
J. Wolf, who swqrQ that he was, finan
cial clerk for Pettibone for many years
and clPsed up Pettibone 's business af
ter ho was arrested, proved one of tho
strongest witnesses for tho defense in
tho contradiction of Orchard.
Sent No Money
Tho latter swore that wen ho-was in
San Francisco on the Bradley killing
he sent to Pettibone For money, which
ho received in a registered letter con
taining five "twenty-dollar bills. Ho
said the letter was signed "J.-Wolff,"
nndHho state intimated that this was
tho name under which Pettibone passed.
The witness today swore that ho sent
Orchard no money, but that ho sent a
registered letter to Orchard, as "Jack
Denipsoy," addressed to him in San
Francisco. This letter, Wolff swore,
contained a Masonic harm and a union
card, which Orchard left with Pottibono
and for which it has been testified ho
wroto after his arrival in San Fran
cisco. Tho examination of Haywood is look
ed forward to as ono of the big features
of interest in the case. It is probable
that Haywood will bo closely examined
as to his whole life and that lip will bo
asked in his own defense to expose ev
erything ho can possibly givo out in
connection with tho Western Federation.
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"ROCIIESTERN. Y., July 5. Tho
New-York Central was fined $15,000 iu
tho federal court this afternoon for
failure to file rates on a shipment-of
oil for tho Standard. Oil company. A
motion for a new trial was denied.