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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
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Volume i:. No. 5,
fS AND WHITES
fll IN BLQODY
a !-. CU. 4U
OrunW1 MMoiiuui oiaiio me
Trou uy dibukuis win
dows a 'Frisco Laundry,
POLICE MAKE CHARGE
ANU lYlttiMi Ann nurvi
IPropnet ' of Laundry and As-
SlSta lKu iu nuauiuu
ga(jv ljured Officials Are
Secui-' z Evidence.
KI(N ISCO, Cnl., October 15.
I. q ii". of an attack on a Japan-
laucur ast night, tho proprietor
..i np ' is employees are in tlio
,freni. ..uspital, many whites nro
-ri:2 br l'3 caU9C" l,.v tno cllll)3 0l
. Iia nvtnrinp tf kt Ifllin
jitemen ! im u.vvww. .. ... -
n-v. tr. .f was occasioned by Joe
S,sg a otoxiented logger, who crash-
fJ (HIJ the WinUOW OI a limmirj cuu-
,.:tfU 0' a lap nameu uniKeKuuo.
The pro(ir,.tor aim -M. umura, an cm
.. ..r..,i nut- jinil drapied Kiny
j.!3 a tear room, whero ho was placed
u ruargc f a young .Japanese, who
t;oJ piaro armed with n section of
-. n-h... lin nther Jnnnueso hur-
ricj t samraon tho polico to arrest
v.. tiitpp intoxicated companions of
Ki:g witnessed tho incident and they
,:incfd t rcseuo wieir inenti. umor
L". ... vtnrf called in and there fol-
Iijwci a "-jmbined attack on tho lnnn
I'u Thp street was soon filled by a
Ic-jt' aw a dozen Japaneso on tho
IiMia- suugor to repel the invadors.
p. ... Lnao Thomas Collier arrived and
IjrtirKeU tc rovd single-handed. An-
It t:s' officer soon arrived- in an nutomo-
S,.-. nd uie not call, which was sound-
jpj. brt-ugat strong reinforccmonts. Urn
rtnii.i ac.i Omura wero conveyed to
file tosrita.. whero it was found that
b forcer was badly cut about tlio
Lcii witilp Umura sustained a frncturo
lef ti" shoulder
Kie? was found asleep in tho rear
Irc.n. Attorney Walker of tho Japan
Ue bc.-ien of America tonight was so
jf:njg PMiIcnre of tho affair.
sk for Writ of Certiorari to
Have U, S. Court Review
Work of LowerCourt
Bit ssoMatci Pre3S.
WASHINiiTON, D. C., October 15t
rw brief ,o the Armour, Swift, Morris
:) i udanv packing companies cases
having for a writ of certiorari was re
foiwfi t th0 supremo court of tho
L'sited !t;itr today, in which it is
ii-Pbt .. hif tlint pniirf tovipw tho
15.( : 6op imposed on each' of these
onpan.. bv tho United States dis-ri-
r0rt ,f t)10 western district of
'hswur o the several grounds of tho
iefpcse .utimod. It is stated that the
Dues a. under which tho firtes wero
jtvted 'i..r nut apply to tho shipper un
ps dp , guilty of sonio bad faith or
pumpot .nduct, using sonio kind of
-we ii...nest or underhanded moth-
) of ui , o,njr a rebate, concession or
fuxf.jt , 0 jt :3 igo claimed that
I-" Elk n t does not annlv to exnort
The jurisdiction of tho Mis-
ilenied on tho claim that
" sliows that concessions
'I in Kansas for transpor-
fefp ul, ,
of tho Mississippi river. It
i that tho indictment under
i also ,
nviction wns had is not
tip rebates aro alleged to
stained from tho Burling-
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OLOBE DISTRICT ADDING
TO TIIE FAME OF BOWIE
Iv " Tncson Post: S. H.
'" "to is n Tucson visitor. "
"m i io a railroad center. ,'?
3 .r.la tlinrn r flll.l tnnat s"s
of n .1P 11, PUrg 0f mcrcban- 'lr
'h-e g machinery, etc., going -.'?
in, '-lobe field, wliilo an equal i'f
n,"B loads aro brought back "'
of " -opper bullion.
SWEDES ARE GOOD SPORTSMEN
ey HiS Been Subscribed for Yacht
o Contest for Cup
BTOi K i, M rWM.,,,. is Wtlllnm
1 George St. Kyhlborgc, who
'oad of the movement to
labengcr for tho Americas
r,,at a largo portion of tho
-"cd to construct and sail a
,"r. estimated at about $180,-
r,,ady been subscribed.
gp manufacturers have of-
ff ndsli material gratis, nnd
ia-o and the thrno mutes of
aiht will sail her without pay,
x UCSL'i.or will .. ,. - '
"ii utuupi no uuuipvuaii-
I FEIEIL COURT
tion for Ids work, and tho builders will
charge only tho net cost for-tho con
struction, Messrs. Olison and Kyhlbergor think
they will now bo 4 nblo to guaranteo
funds ovon for a iiinoty-flvo-footor if
requested. Tlio roport lint tho "Swedish
club intends challenging with either a
seventy or ninoty-fivo-footor in order to
compel tho Now York Ytiojit club to
build a now defender has no foundation.
RAPS ROOSEVELT FOR
"Has Outraged American Sentiment,"
Says tho Pastor in Sermon
CHICAGO; Oetobor IS. Itow Mel
bourne P. Koynton, pastor of tho Lox
ingJon Avcnuo Baptist church, in his
sermon this evening sovorely criticised
President Uoosovelt for drinking chant
pagno whilo nt St. Louis. Ho said in
"It is reported that upon his visit to'
St. Louis nt a public luncheon in tho
midst of business men tho prcsidont
drank champagne. Is it truof Can it
bo possiblo that ho has gono down to
deep, ignominious defeat boforo the
great American skunk.
'filjresidont Roosevelt ought to know
tlinrln this ho has outraged tho best
American sentiment. Tho ninn who de
fies that sentiment will bo overwhelm
ed by it and lorovor retired from public
"If it bo truo ho owes an apology
or at least an explanation to the na
tion." A SLIGHT REVIVAL
IN GIPPER STOCK
The Red Metal Declined on the
London Market, and Was .
. Weak at Home
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, October 35. Tho
greater power of resistance jm the' stock
market of yesterday was weakened to
day in tho face of a greatly oxaggcr
ed version of the Jnp incident in San
Francisco, which gained currency on thq
floor of tho stock exchange, whero it
was regarded as an outbreak resulting
in tho death and maiming of n largo
number of Japanese.
A bad effect was caused by tho re
ports of tho discovery of further rebat
ing by the Southern Pacific, by a fur
ther fall of copper and by porsistont
reports from London of sonio embar
rassment imminent among tho financial
interests of Now York.
NEW YORK, October 15. Copper de
clined in the English market, spot be
ing quoted at 50 2s Cd andfuturcs at
57 2s Gd. Locally the tone was weak
and lower. Lake, 13 to 13.50; Electro
lytic, 12.75 to 13; Casting, 12.50 to
Lend was 5s. lower at 18 in London
and unchanged locally.
Spelter remained unchanged in both
markets, closing nt 22 in London.
.Iron wns lower in tho English mar
kot; standard foundry, 52s 5d; Cleve
land warrants, 5I!s 7li.il. Locally un
changed. Copper Stocks
NEW YORK, October 15. Copper
stocks rallied slightly today and slipped
up from a half to a point And a half?
Tlio closing quotations were as follows:
Amalgamated , $ 53.25
Anaconda -. 30.25
Arizona Commercial . 0.00
Boston Consolidated 10.02
Butto Coalition 11.25
Calumet & Arizona ... 01.00
Copper Rango 51.50
Dcnn - 3.25
East Butto ''.00
Globo Consolidated ' 5-r0
North Butto 'J., 39.25
Old Dominion 20.00
Superior & Pittsburg 8.00
Superior & Boston -J...- 3.00
Utah Consolidated 37.00.
Wolvcrino & Arizona 2.5b
B. & A 55
VISITING IN GLOBE
William Clark, chief consulting en
gineer of tho Southern Pacific railroad,
with headquarters in San Francisco, is
a visitor in tho city, having business
boforo Judgo Robertson in probnto
Mr. Clark is famed throughout tho
country as tho engineer who succeeded,
aftor many had failed, in checking tho
flow of tho Colorado river into Salton
sea. Upon accomplishing this feat ho
was promoted to 'chief consulting engin
eer of tho entire Southern Pacific sys
tem and given headquarters in San
Francisco. His work at Salton was of
such a character that tho rajlroad com
pany will perhaps nevor bo bothered
with tho waters of tho Colorado and will
eventually recover much flooded land,
which is particularly valnablo to tho
company and to hundreds of ranchers
in that section.
CABINET OFFICER RESIGNS
WASHINGTON, D. C, October 15.
Thomas Ryan, for nearly cloven years
first assistant secretary of tho interior,
wil retiro from offico the latter part of
tho month. Ho will bo succeeded by
Frank Pierco of Salt Lako City. Mr.
Ryan resigns on account of ill health.
IIo was formerly minister to Mexico
nnd is from Kansas.
GLOBE, GILA COUNTY, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY,
LL ON TRIAL
FOR MURDER GF
Thoueht that Wife No. 2
Also Be Prosecuted by Evi
dence So far Given.
HIS WIFE SUPPOSED TO
HAVE TAKEN OWN LIFE
Testimony on Opening Day
Shows that Magill and Sec
ond Wife Were Intimate Be
' fore Death of Mrs. Magill.
DECATUR, 111., Oetobor 15. When
tho trial of Fred Magill and his wifo,
Fay Graham Magill, charged with hav
ing cnuscd tho death of .Mngill's first
wife, was resumed yesterday, C. G.
Oaknmn, undertaker at Clinton, 111.,
whero tho Mngills lived, testified that
ho lived n fow doors from tho Mngill
home. Ho said that prior to tho death
of Mrs. Pet Magill ho saw Fay Graham
go to tho Magill homo at least twico a
week and in that time ho frequently
saw Magill and her leave tho houso to'
gather in tho morning.
Onkiuau prepared tho body of Mrs.
Mngill for burial. IIo said her right
wrist and forearm wore badly swelled.
On cross oxnminntion Onkman said he
had examined tho body closely, but
found no marks of violence.
Mrs. W. C. Campbell of Clinton tes
tified that sho wont to tho Mngill home
in tho afternoon aftor Pot died and
she heard Fred Magill say: "I sup
poso tho d people wil blamo mo
for her death."
Tho prosecuting attornoj' askod Mrs.
Campbell: "Did ho say damned peo
"No, air; ho said d ."
"Did you hear Fay say anything!'''
"Y'es; sho said sho understood that
people wero blaming her for tho death.
I heard Fay ask Fred to destroy tho
blankot that was found wrapped around
Pot's head. Sho said Marguerite, Ma
gill's daughter, has requested it. Fred
said it was such a good blanket that
ho hated to destroy it, but would give
Mrs. Campbell testified that thoro was
no talk nt that timo that Fred had mur
dered his wifo, but thoro was great talk
about tho conduct of Fred nnd Fay
causing Pot Magill to commit suicide.
WOMEN IN ROLE
Parties Who Wrecked Joplin
Newspaper Believed to Be
Jennie Doe, an Irish girl, wns arrested
last night and lodged in tho county jail
on a warrant sworn out in Justice Raw-lings'-
court charging her with burglary.
Tho complaining witness is Mrs. Bessio
In her complaint Mrs. Gill alleges
thai Jennie Doo entered her homo, 503
North Willow street, on last Friday
night and stole $10 in cash, a pair of
silk gloves and a gold watch. Tho theft
was reported to tho officors several days
ago and yesterday Deputy Sheriff Voris
succeeded in locating tho woman and
recovering tho wntch and gloves. Jon
nio had spent tho purloined coin, but
expressed a willingness to come through
with it if given a few days in which
to raise it. Mrs. Gill, however, lacked
confidence in tho woman and sworo out
a warrant charging hor with burglary.
At the timo of tlio robbery tho fam
ily was absent from tho houso. Jennio
took advantage of this absence and
also nn unlocked door. Sho seemed fa
miliar with tho promises and, gojng
from room to room, picked up such
articles as sho thought she could use.'
Tho accused made- no effort to leavo tho
city aftor sho was approhended and
turned over tho stolon property. She
will probably bo given a hearing in
Justice Rawlings' court this morning.
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& NAQUIN WINS HIGH
AVERAGE FOR SHOOT
A Douglas special bearing dato
of October 13 says: Ton events
in tho shooting tournament on tho
last day of the McVoigh handicap
were won by Chris Raithal of
Doming. Tho two-team prize was
won by N. Reno and Kirkland of
Douglas. Tho high average for tho
whole shoot was won by J. G.
Naquin of Globe, who secured a
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CHINESE NATIVE SONS
FIGHT SLAVE TRAFFIC
Elaborato Secret Servico Maintained to
OAKLAND, Cal., October 15. The
secret meeting in Oakland tonight of
ono hundred members of the Chinese
Native Sows of tho Golden Stato re
vealed the.fnct that an elabofato secret
servico is maintained on tho Pacific
const among native born Chinese to
fight tho slnvo traffic which has been
so prevalent within the past ,fivo years
Tho meeting also resulted in a plan to
overthrow tho tong wars and tong or
ganizations which have becomo a great
factor in the protection of tho celestial
slavo dealers. Tho secret service sys
tem of tho organization extends along
tho Pacific coast and as far east as
WILL SELL QUEEN'S GEMS
Jewels of Belgian Royalty Will Pay
Divorced Daughter's Debts
BRUSSELS, October 15. An auc
tioneer has beon commissioned to scl
tho linons, jewels, souvenirs, etc., bo
longing to tho late quoon of Belgium,
tho proceeds to be devoted to paying
the debts of her 'daughter, Princess
Louise, who was divorced last year by
Princo Philip of Saxo-Coburg and Go
tha. Among the objects thus to bo sold is
n diadem presented. to tho queen by the
people of Bolgium- on tho occasion of
hor silver wedding anniversary. Tho
diadom cost $30,000.
PLAN TO UPLIFT THE JNEGRO
Missionary Association Wiu Also Aid
CLEVELAND, Ohio, October 15.
Tho raising to a highor state in the
Christian world, not only of the negro
race, but tho hordes of .foreigners who
become American citizens each year,
was tho principal topic of discussion
boforo tho American Missionary asso
ciation nt tho session of tho trienninj
council of the Congregational church
held here today.
TO TEST VALIDITY
Women in Red Light District
Are to Enjoin the Officials
.of the City
The validity of ordinance No. 33,
passed at a recent meeting of the city
council, requiring semi-monthly medical
examinations of tho women prosecuting
business in tho .tenderloin district, is to
bo tested in the courts. An injunction
will pcrhnps .bo asked for today re
straining tho city officinlslfrom enforce
ing tho provisions of tho ordinance.
Under tho new law the city health
officer is to make examinations of the
women every fifteen days at a stated
charge of $2.50 per woman per examinr
ation. There aro fifty-seven Jicensed
.prostitutes nt prescutJn. the district,
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which wuuiu net 10 mu iieuim. .ymcur
$285 monthly, or a. sum equivalent to
;tho regular monthly license turned in to
tho city marshal. Tho women do not
object to the examination being made
in fact they court this feature of tho
law as a matter of self-protection, but
they hold that the prescribed fee is
exorbitant and entirely out of reason.
"Business isn't as good ns former
ly," said a prominent landlady in her
attorney's ofiico yestcrdaj', "and the
girls cannot afford this increased as
sessment. Their average earnings will
not exceed $50 per week, against which
they have an actunl expense, acocunt of
$43.25. Aild $5 to this for . medical
services and tho girls would have very
little left for clothing. Ono dollar is
the feo usually charged for similar ser
vice by tho leading physicians of the
city and there would be no objection to
paying this." ,
The weak point in tho ordinance is
tho provision directing that tho service
shall bo rendered by tlio city health of
ficer, or any other specified physician,
for that matter. Tlio courts have passed
on this point of law on numerous oc
casions, nnd it hns been held that the
certificate of health of any reputable
physician would protect tho party hold
ing tho same from prosecution under an
ordinance similar to No. 33.
HAPPY ENDING OF
A PRETTY ROMANCE
Edward Arhclgcr, who left for :
Texas more than a month ago, os- ;
tensibly to visit rolatives at Fred- ;
ericksburg, aftor an absence from
thnt place of oighteen years, re- :
turned Monday night with a bride,
nee Miss Ida Cornitius of Bren
ham, Texas, to whom' ho wns mar
ried October 10, and who wns tho
sweetheart of liis youth.
Tho nnnouncemeut of Ed's mar
riage will bo a comploto surpriso
to his many friends in Globe, Ho '
has resided horo sinco 1882.
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RIO GRANDE ELECTS OLD BOARD
By Associated Press.
DENVER, Colo., October 15. Direct
ors wero elected this afternoon at the
nnnual meeting of tho stockholders of
tho Denver & Rio Grando railroad and
subsidiary companies. No changes woro
mado in tho board. No business of im
portance wns transacted.
COMMISSION OUTS. DOWN
RUNNING SCHEDULE M. P.
By Associated Press.
LINCOLN, Nob., Oetobor 15. Tho
stato railway commission today issued
an order limiting Missouri Pacific pas
songor trains to a speed of twenty-five
miles an hour, fast freight trains to
fifteen miles an hour and heavy froight
trains to fifteen miles nn hour, owing to
tho dangerous condition of tho roadbed.
OCTOBER 16, 1907
Heirs of Nelson Morris, Dead
Packer, to Receive $6,000,
000 Cash at Once.
THE WILL HAS BEEN
ADMITTED TO PROBATE
Principal Provisions of the Will
Have Been Nullified and the
Trust Portion of the Estate
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, October 15. Tho .Tribune
today says: A thirty-niillion-dollar
will contest, which has been argued
and settled out of court, was a disclo
sure of yestorday, when the Inst will
and testament of Nelson Morris, the
dead packer, was filed for probate.
As a result of the remarkable situa
tion the principal provisions of the will
havo bpen nullified and instead of car
rying out the arrangement which would
hold the bulk of tho estate in trust for
tho noxt fifteen years, the widow and
four children arc to divide tho property
equally among themselves at once.
Instead of tho $500,000 annuity and
$15,000 during tho next twenty years,
each of the five principal heirs receive
at once $G,000,000 in cash and securi
ties. Furthermore, it became known before"
tho will was filed that each of the heirs
had secured title to one-fifth of the
estate. The property is allotted in
equal shares to tho widow and children
in binding agreements, signed by the
estate and the trust arrangement has
thus been wiped out. The will was filed.
AFTER TELEGRAPH COMPANIES
Attorney General of Oklahoma Files
Suit Against Western Union
GUTHRIE, Okla., October 15. Suit
for an alternative writ of mandamus
was filed in the district court of Gar
field CQUiity today by Attorney General
W. O. Cromwell against the Western
Union Telegraph company. The pur
pose of the legal action is to secure an
answer from tho officials of the corpora
tion as to why business offered for
transmission has been delayed or re
fused, as alleged by affidavits consid
ered by tho department of justice.
ALL WATER; NO -WINE
Met at Manila by Official Wa
ter Wagons No Liquors
at the Palace
By Associated Press.
MANILA, October" 15. Secretary
Tnffc. arrived nt 4:30 this afternoon
from Hong Kong nnd receive! an en
thusiastic welcome. His reception be
gan with a water parade headed by
Governor Smith and General Wood.
Taft was escorted to th6 palace by
troops, distinguished Amcrie.-fhs and
Filininos. where he was formally wel-
corned by the mayor and governor gen
eral. Thousands lined tho streets nil
day waiting Tnft's arrival. Much dis
cussion has been caused by the fact
that no liquors aro to bo served at
functions given in Taft's honor to be
held nt the palace, which steps aro said
to havo been taken at the direction of
President Mackay Advances a
Plan for Introduction of
NEW YORK, October 15. Clarence
Mackoy, president of the Postal Tole
graph Company, announced today to the
Postal telegraph employees that tho
company favored tho or organization of
a Postal Telegraph Employees associa
tion. President Mackcy's nunounco
"Tho Postal Telegraph company ap
preciates tho loyal spirit displayed by
tho employees who remained faithful,
and by thoso who came to its aid when
so many of tho old employees aban
doned thoir duties, and believes that
this loyal spirit may bo strengthened
by association into a powerful organi
zation for maintaining good relations
between tho company and its employees,
nnd tho prevention of such movements
as culminated in the occurrence of last
August, and it has, thcroforo, in con
junction with its employees, decided to
form an association' of those employees
who have faith in tho disposition of
the company to deal equitably with
those who aro opposed to strikes, com
motions or coercive measures, and who
recognize tho plain truth that their
own property is tied up in tho prop
erty of tho company.
"Such nn association will be called
tho Postal Employees association, and
its object will bo to secure to tho com
pany u loyal working force, to its cm
ployces employment undisturbed by
factions seeking to cocrco or embar
rass or harrass tho company or its em
ployees; and its futrhor object will be
to render financial aid to its employees
when sick or disabled, and also in caso
of death. The directions in which such
nn association may extend its activities
for the benefit of its members may be
"It is contemplated that this associ
ation may be mado tho means of reme
dying local complaints by affording a
ready means by which tho complaints
may bo proporly considered, nnd nlso
that it may bo turned to the purpose
of self-help nnd tho advancement of its
members socially, educationally and ma-
tcrially, all of which havo to bo by tjic
hearty support of tho company."
FRANCIS JOSEPH PROGRESSES
Aged Monarch's Condition Pleasing to
VIENNA, October 15. Optimistic ac
counts of the progress mado by Em
poror Francis Joseph were received
from Schoenbrunn castlo this morning.
Although his night was disturbed by
fits of coughing, tho emperor felt con
sidearbly easier when ho arose some
what later than usun, and his mood
was noticeably more cheerful. Though
inflammation continued, it had not in
creased. IN A BAD BOX
Strong Evidence Connecting
Suspects with Drug Store
The two dope fiends, arrested as sus
pects in connection with tho burglary
of the Globe drug store last Friday
night, will probably have an examining
trial in Justice Thomas' court tomorrow
City officers think they have accumu
lated sufficient evidence to convict nt
least one 'and probably both of the ac
cused. They were located just outside
tho city limits in a shack and when
taken into custody while loafing about
the down town streets, about $5 worth
of cocaine was found in the pockets of
one of the accused. The drug was of
a peculiar character and of a kind
recently received by the Globe drug
store and answering the description of
the dope taken from the store on the
night of tho burglary. The invoice had
only been in the houso a few days and
only 25 cents ,wfrth had been sold prior
to the robbery. ' Tho party upon whose
person the drug was found in such lib
eral quantity, according to an eye-witness,
walked rapidly up Broad street
to the drug store shortly after 12
o'clock Friday night and tried to push
the door open by throwing his bady
against it. Failing in this, the same
witness will testify, that ho tried to pry
the door with some instrument he held
in his hands.
If the witness makes good, as tho offi
ccrs claim he will, a conviction of at
least one of the men seems likely.
WOMAN HELD ON
Accused of Entering Gill Resi
dence and Stealing Watch
JOPLIN, Mo., October 15. Fivo per
sons suspected of being the parties who
dynamited tho Joplin News-Herald
plant on tho night of September 13
were arrested this morning at 2 o 'clock.
They are Minnio St. Clair, Charles
Smith, W. S. Martin, known as the
"Kansas City Kind," Bessio Beaman
and Hazel Ray, alias Hazel Reed.
Tho parties wero arrested by Sher
iff Parker, Chief of Police Myers, Dep
uty .Sheriffs Partley and Ross and
Constables Dean and Turbull.
The arrests were made at the homo
of, Minnie St. Claire on Pennsylvania
avenue, between First and Second
streets, and according to the officers
tho evidence against them is very
Minnie St. Claire formerly operated
a notorious bawdy house in this city,
whilo all of thoso who wero arrested
aro well known in police circles. The
prisoners aro now boing put through a
rigid cross-examination, and it is ex
pected thnt a confession will bo had
within a few hours.
Somewhere between tho smelters and
postofiico a package of 5 per cent re
bato tickets issued by Wm. Mill Wil
liams, North Globe. The tickets were
ono month's saving on groceries, hard
ware, dry goods, shoes, etc. Finder will
plcaso rotuin to m. Mill Williams'
store, North Globe.
Owing to missing connections on
trains yesterday the performance billed
for the Alexander tonight will not open
until tomorrow 'night. Tonight entire
change of pictures and songs and spec
ialties" by McCarthy and Doyle.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
TIE CHAMBER OF
President James Ewing.and
Secretary Cohn to Hold Over
for Another Term.
STRONG MEN NAMED
ALL ALONG THE LINE
A Campaign of Attractive Ad
vertising to Be Inaugurated
at Once Mineral Exhibition
for Territorial Fair,
At tho first meotng of the newly
elected board of governors of the Globo
Chamber of Commerce, held last even
ing at the district courtroom, the elec
tion of officors was hold and it resulted
President Jamos Ewing.
Vice president M. McCarthy.
Secretary Alfred A. Cohn.
Treasurer A. G. Smith.
Executive committee James Ewing,
ex-ofiicio chairman; D. R. Williamson,
George W. P. Hunt, Pat Rose and E. H.
Mr. Ewing and Mr. Cohn were pres
ent incumbents of their respective of
fices; Mr. McCarthy succeeds J. N. Por
ter, and Mr. Smith succeeds II. V. Snell.
Mr. Williamson was also a member of
the first executive committee. Thero
was practically no contest except for
secretary and members of tho executive
committee. George H. Smalley was the
other contestant for the secretaryship ,
and he lost out by three votes. There
were eleven nominations for the four
elective members of the executive com
mittee. The new board of governors and new
ly elected officials will immediately com
manco au aggressive campaign of pub
licity for Globe and tho Globe' mining
district. Attractive literature setting
forth the principal industries 'of Globe,
its. possibilities and its advantages for
newcomers and new capital will be se
cured and distributed where it will do
the most good and the city advertised
in other ways. The secretary has at
present a large number of inquiries con
cerning the city from all parts of the
Another project undertaken by the
chamber of commerce and which is well
under way is the preparation of a min
eral exhibit fbr the territorial fair to be
held at Phoenix next month. All min
ing companies and others who have ore
which they wish placed on display in
the Gila county exhibit at the fair
should communicate .at pnee with the
secrctary.It is intended to makelliis
the finest mineral exhibit at the fair. '
The board of governors .will hold an
other meeting Monday evening and
more business of importance will, be
HOME FROM HONEYMOON,
.HUSBAND SHOOTS BRIDE
Agen General Turns Weapon on Self as
Young Woman Dies
PIKEVILLE, Ky., October 15.
General Webb Syck, a civil war veteran
with a brilliant record, is believed to
havo murdered his young bride of two
weeks at their splendid mansion in Fair
view, a suburb of Pikeville. Just be
fore daylight a shot rang out in the
handsome Syck homo and a few mo
ments later another was heard. In the
yard General Syck was found. Tho
entire top 6f his head had been blown'
away. Inside the houso lay the body of
Mrs. Syck, blood oozing from a terrible
wound in the back of her head and an
other in hei forehead, where tho bullet'
had passed out. General Syck and his
wife had just returned from their hon
eymoon trip through the south. It is
thought that General Syck's mind be
came unbalanced, duo to a quarrel with
his bride, as he was known to have been
desperately in love with her and in
BRITISH OFFICERS HELD AS SPIES
German Torpedo Boats Capture Naval
Officers in Forbidden Waters
BERLIN, October 151. A correspond
ent of the Tngblat at Eindcn telegraphs
that according to a dispatch received
from Bookman a yacht with English
naval officers on board had been "cap
tured by two Wilhelmshaven torpedo
boats. Tho officers are suspected of
having taken soundings and made pho
tos in forbidden waters.
For tho Honor of His Trade
I will contribute $25 toward a fund
to bo used in .apprehending and taking
into custody Oliver' Starke, who left
Globo Saturday night and is now a
fugitive from justice, providing others
interested will contribute a like amount. .
I nm doing this for the honor of my
trade. J. L. FREDLIIIP,"
Ladies' Altar Notice
Ladies Catholic Altar Society will
meet at tho residence of Miss K. Fcgan,
Thursday, October 17, at 2 p. m.
Teacher of experiencco will- open
a private school October 2l', at resi
dence, 035 S. Second street: Hours; p.
$& -te &