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GLQBE, GILA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TUESDAYf,OfcTOBER 29, 1907 k
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S PAST AND
,reaSpj Demand and Ad-
yapCf Price or oopper m-
5 Money Market,
EfjTY OF GOLD ON HAND
AfjD TO BL HAU ABKUAU
securities Open High
.inn and Exchange
Quickly in Favor of
RED METAL PRICES ADVANjCE
WITH BRISK FOREIGN DEMAND
Copper Trade Reports a Substantial Reduction in the
Surplus of Domestic Supply It is Generally Felt
That the Financial Crisis is Under Control
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R YORK, October 28. 'rao prln-
L ,, ,vent3 n tne nnauciai aismct 10-
jT odicstecl that tho worst of tho
t J3 OVfl auu cvuuiuraa uhtu boi-
down to normal. There woro no
jr bank suspensions and reports
fjTorabie for tho resumption of most
5 DIMS W1UCU tiuswj. leiupuidiuj
.Teek The engagement or ?17,iju,-
llCf fcv.y livui J'w v trv w.
i vre YaK. icuowca ny mo sensa-
al announcement of sales of Amer-
b copper aoroau, wmcu wm iu.uw
:tut the two or roreign money to
.crantry to an aggregate of 25,000,-
F mth the rapid riso of gold securi-
L the stock exchange, in somo
ls is much as 4 ana 5 per cent, ana
I. rest companies refusing to pay out
tieacy for hoarding purposes, all con-
iYM to strengthen tno leeimg in
2g circles and among tno public
i iirje, ice runs upuu uaua.3 tuasuu
L-'t because of tho recognition that
Ft vere unnecessary and unjustifla-
I', ud the policy adopted to pay largo
lecb only by certified checks on ac-
iUry banks. This system of pay-
st worked no hardship and was tho
.nt of very little protest. Small
Ufevttre paid promptly and currency
1 larger amounts where it was demon-
rted that the currency wa3 required
ptoses other than hoarding was
:e cf the sensational features of tho
Here was marked development in tho
; trade. Tho United Metal3 Sell
;j company reported a sharp advance
pnees Copper which they glaOly
fc:i tea days ago at 12V4 cents com
Lied 13s to 13 cents per pound
it During tho month of October
It tales of the company havo been bo-
rea eighty and ninety million pounds
: tepper The bulk of the sales havo
to for export. Tonight it is estimated
. foreign deliveries during November
id December that tho return will ex-
i!d $3,000,000 in gold. Tho sales by
kie: copper interests havo been pro-
When the banking day ended it was
lomced that tho Trust Company of
renca s deposits during tho day ex-
Kied the withdrawals by 5296,000.
lie company has been able to collect
3,030 outstanding loans, so tho net
ireise cf the day's business is $519,-
lly Associated Press.
N11W Y015K, October 28. Tho atodt ninrkot wis in a condition ro
.scmblini; suspended nniuintioit nt times today, owin to tho rostraintH
placed upon tho ilow of banking credits. A hlglior range of prices pro
vailed in spito of tho scanty volume of transautions, which was an ox
predion of coufldcucc. It is generally felt that the fiiiimeial crisis is
now under control.
This inllucnco divided from tho gonoral situation was modified to
somo extent by tho readjustment of loans on tho stock exchange, neces
sitated by a dissolution of tho bankers' pool, which supplied $30,000,
000,000 to $35,000,000 to bo turned on tho stock oxchnngo Inst week
to borrowers, who reported directly to tho banks which wero mem
bers of tho pool to secure accommodations. Tho dissolution of tho
bankers' pool was decided upon boeauso tho plan to issuo clearing
liouso certificates' was unnecessary, ns tho requirement for it had passed.
Tho price of copper was higlior up on tho metal exchnnge today
from thrce-quartors.to ono cent per pound, both in bid and asked
prices, and there was a violent rebound in tho London coppor markot.
Thero was a foreign demand for coppor which it was roportod will
eontinuo with rising prices. JJeports from tho copper trade today an
nounced n 'substantial reduction in tho surpluti of the domestic sup
ply. As a consequence, tho markot closed irregular.
Bonds wero irregular.
NEY YORK, October 2S. Copper was highor in Londrfu, with spot
closing nt 01 133 and futures nt C2. Locally tho markot is report
ed strong, with Lako quoted at 13 to 13.25; Electrolytic, 12.75 to 13;
Casting, 12.50 to 13.
Lead remained unchanged in this markot nt 4.55 to 4.75, and un
changed in London at 1S.
Spelter was unchanged in this market and was quoted at 21 15s in
London; 5.40 to 5.55 locally.
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Tho riso in the stdek market Vesfor
day was confinod almost cutirelV tbtjje.
coppors, indicating a Dottcr iecungjin
regard to tho motal. Tho H. IL Bru
compnhy posted tjio following closing
quotations last evening: j
- Bja Asked
Aninlgamntod ....... 52.25 -
Anaconda - 82.25 -r
iviiiuriuuu isiiiuiiiiig i uci.uii
Southern Pacific 67.12 -f
Union Pacific 109.25
U. S. Stool, common 28.50
Arizona Commercial lO.'OO 1Q.50
Bingham 0.25 (5.50
Calumet & Arizona 90.00 9.
Coppor Enngo ... 50.00 50.25
Qrcono-Cananea 0.87 .12
North Butto . 38.50 08.75
Old Dominion 22.12 2?.50
Shannon 10.12 10.37
Trinity 11.C0 1L75
Utah Consolidated 31.37 31.75
Helvetia J.25 1.50
Donn-Arizona ,. 3.25 J.75
Globe Consolidated ' '(,75
National Exploration M... 85 .4p
Nipissing 0.50 C.75
Superior & Boston 2,00 t 2.75
Superior & Pittsburg ,..-. 9.37 9.75
INJUNCTION STOPS WORK ON
. NORTH GLOBE SCHOOL HOUSE
Dissatisfied Electors Are Granted a. Restraining Order By
Judge Nave Claim That the School Trustees Did
Not Proceed According to Law
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IS ALLOWED 81
Court Makes Order at Earliest
Session Ever Held in Gila
AS A JUDY FIXED
Lively Scrap on in 'Frisco on
Motion to Set Aside Kid
Director of Russia Prisons Shot
Down While Holding His
Regular Weekly ReceptiojiT
I There was a distinct diminuation of
fce ran on the Lincoln Trust company
Li tie ran on the Colonial branch of
it Trust Company of America, tho
-'jest branch of tho institution, Is
Eeperts from trust companies from all
K the city today stato that normal
:aiitions obtain and that incipient
pj en several minor branches of the
ppanies,had failed to develop.
He importation of $17,500,000 in
I'-Id, largely from London, is having
coral eSect almost as important as
I'J toect influence It means that
pdit can be sustained under 25 per
;st of the reserve law to tho amount
ft J63.00O.OOO and that tho banks will
f a a position to keep their cash re-
lerrej mtact even against a consider
Tte fact that the exchange rates re-
pa to quickly in favor to this country
m that gold is so readily obtainable
V accepted a3 an indication that tho
pTeaey of tho American financial in-
stBtieas it not ouestioned in Europe
The newo that American securities
FJtned cuwidcrably higher in London
f-ia on Saturday proved an encourage-
t't ctock market of New York.
Pts gold stock of tho country is al-
?4y tvro that which was available
18D3 even according to liberal csti-
atjs of 'ac amount in circulation at
iit time The gold stock then dropped
tttow $00', uoo.000. It is now in ex-
c3 of Sl.soo.000,000. Tho treasury has
fte gold, not covered by gold certifl
ctes, in urculation to tho amount of
"Mst a uuartcr of a billion, or five
toej jb resources for protecting tho
Mblic crct m 189G.
At a oiectmK this afternoon of tho
executive .mmutcft nt thn Merchants'
AMociat4r of New York, by unanimous
Tote a re . ation of thanks was adopted
" Secretary cortelyou and J. P. Mor
ai for tar important parts played in
!17hig tar txiancial situation.
At G:30 o'clock yesterday morning
one of tho earliest sessions of district
court over held in Gila county, if not
in tho territory, Judge Nave made nn
order admitting Robert Daniel to bail
in tho sum of .$20,000, tho bond to be
approved by Justico Ilinson Thomas,
This order was made on motion of tho
district attornoy, who held that tho
bond under which Daniel has been en
joying his liberty for tho past two
months, was insufficient, the respective
bondsmen only qualifying, for tho total
amount of $20,000, whenj. tho law re
quires a justification of double the
amount of the bond. Daniel will fiio
a bond with the justice this morning
equivalent to .$40,000, tho bondsmen
qualifying as follows:
J. N, Porter $10,00.
Sam Gibson $10,000.
G. W. P. Hunt $10,000.
William "Williams $5,000.
Ralph Holton $5,000.
J. N. Porter was out of tho city yes
terday, and for this reason, tho bond
was not presented for approval. SEr.
Porter signed the bond lato last night
and Daniel will bo released about 10
o'clock this morning. It is understood
that tho district attorney has not aban
doned tho fight and will undertake to
confine Daniel by somo other route.
Tho January term of district court ad
journed sino dio yesterday morning.
RAISE MONEY TO SEND
BAND TO ARIZONA FAIR
Chamber of Commerce Makes Liberal
Appropriation, as Does the Gila
Valley, Globo & Northern
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., October
Francis J. Honoy was called as a
witness today in tho continued hearing
boforo Superior Judge Dunno of a mo
tion to set aside tho indictments charg
ing Luther G. Brown of Los Angolcs
and R. Porter Asho of this city with
kidnaping Fremont Qhlcr, managing
editor of tho San Francisco Bulletin, to
secure a trial in a Los Angolcs court
on charges of criminal libel preferred
by Brown. One of tho grounds urged
in support of the motion to sot aside
the indictment was that Hcnoy was
Older 's attorney, therefore ho appeared
in a dual capacity when ho examinod
"witnesses before the grand jury In the
matter of indicting Brown and Ashe.
When Honey took the witness stand,
Attorney Bchlcsingc'r for tho defense,
handed him a telegram which ho (Ho
ney) sent to District Attornoy Freder
icks of Los Angolcs, requesting a con
tinuance of tho Older hearing in order
that ho might appear in Older'a bohalf.
Heney admitted sending tho telegram,
but denied that he was ever Older'a nt
torney. He said tho tolegram did not
accurately represent his motive in ask
ing for a conttnunnce. Ho nover in
tended to appear for Older, but tho rea
son ho wanted to bo in Los Angeles
was to seo how Luther Brown fixed
witnesses on hih own dunghill.
"I know how ho tried to fix them in
San Francisco," said Heney, "nnd I
wanted to sec tho way ho went about
it on his own dunghill."
Heney said further with great spirit
and determination that ho would direct
punishment for jury fixers ami tamper
ers with witnesses, "oven if ho had
to lose every bribery prosecution to do
The hearing of the motion to sot aside
tho kidnaping indictments was contin
ued until Wednesday.
WORK OF DELEGATE ",
fROM FLYING SECTION
Killing of Maximoffsky Is' Be
lieved to Be Prelude to a
Greater Act of Decperation
and Probable Death of Czar.
Tho North Globo school "site controversy took a new turn yester
day when Andro Maurel, Ralph Holton and Richard Matous as elect
ors, taxpayers and residents of that district, through their attornoy,
WaltcrJ. N. McCurdy, tho cowboy lawyer, hecured an injunction is
sued by'Judgo Nave lato Saturday night restraining "ftioschool trus
tees and Contractor Ridcnour from further proceeding with tho work.
Tho injunction is granted on tho ground that tho trustees failed to
givo legal notico of their intentions to make a building contract or
their selection of a site for tho school building, depriving tho elect
ors of their rights. It is also claimed that if tho present sito is main
taincd great harm will bo done to 230 electors, whoso children will
bo compelled to attend tho school if erected.
The school building proposed, according to Mr. Ridcnour 's bid, will
cost $14,000. About $3,000 has already been expended. Work will bo
delayed on tho building for at least two weeks, as the case cannot bo
argued until the return of Judge Navo from Solonionvillc.
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IN THE EORO TRIAL
Wilcutt Surprises the Prosecu
tion by Admitting Bribe
Money on Ledger
At tho meeting of tho board of gov
ernors of tho Globo chamber of com
merce last evening it was decided to
authorize tho secretary to prepare
printed matter setting forth information
concerning Globo and tho Globo district
for distribution nt tho territorial fair
and throughout tho country.
It was also decided to givo $JOO to
ward defraying the expenses of tho
Globo Concert band to tho fair, which,
added to a like sum donated by tho
fair commission and $150 subscribed by
General Agent Landis for tho Gila "Val
ley railroad, makes tho full amount
$750. The band will tako action on
tho offer tonight.
Gcorgo II. Smalloy was elected assist
ant secretary of tho chamber of com
morco and tho $75 monthly salary voted
last evening will bo divided between
him and Secretary A. A. Colin.
Tho board adjourned to moot at tno
call of the president, James Ewing, who
is expected homo from tho coast this
ovening. During his absenco Vico Pres
ident M. McCartliy has presided at tho
board nnd chamber meetings.
WITH 10,000 GALLONS OIL
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. Neb., October 28. Tho
juscs today reduced tno
ili kinds of meat 10 per V
xpect a still f urthqr re- "s
f.dward A. Cudahy ot ',.-
Packing company ex- '"r
' belief that prices on "'-
"lilies will bo reduced
iho present financial flur- &
result in a general reduc-
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DECLINE IN WHEAT
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, Octobor 28. Tho heavy
liquidation duo to tho stringency of tho
monoy markot caused a 4-cont declino
in wlicat today. At the closo wheat
was steady. December opened 2 to
3 cents lower.
MORE STRIKERS RETURN
Bv Associated Press.
RT. LOUIS. Mo.. Octobor 28. It was
atntnd tnnk'ht bV Western Union ofil
cials that twenty-ono striking telegraph
ers returned to work today, making a
total of eighty who havo roturncd sinco
It is also
By tho collapse of a reservoir con
taining 10,000 gallons of crude petrol
eum yesterday afternoon about 3:30
o'clock, the Globo Steam laundry was
put out of commission, and pending re
pairs and a general cleaning up, will not
bo in operation for about a week.
Tho rccsrvoir, holding 10,000 gallons
of fuel oil and constructed of brick and
concrete, and occupying an elevated
position near tho workrooms of the
laundry, collapsed without warning,
flooding tho floors with oil to a depth
of four or five inches and doing consid
erable damago to laundry awaiting
cleansing and to machinory and fix
tures. Fortunately tho .oil did not
come in contact with any of tho fires
burning in the building. Tho manage
ment attributes tho accident to 'faulty
construction of tho reservoir.
By Associated Press.
ST. PETERSBURG, October 28.
General Maximoffslty, director of tho
department of prisons and of the min
istry of the interior, was shot and killed
today,. The. general was tlie first repon
sible official connected "with" tho ilus
sian prison. It is supposed this was the
reason ho was selected for assassination
byl tho terrtorists.
A young Woman presented hdrself at
tho weekly reception to Maximoffskyi
and remained quietly in Jthe crowded
anto-room until her turn to enter the
general's private office, when in the
presence of a woman sho drew a re
volver nnd fired seven shots pointblank
into tho general's body. All took offect.
Tho wounded man was hastily taken to
tho hospital, but his condition is hope
The general's assassin, who was ar
rested immediately, unhesitatingly
avowed herself to bo an emissary of the
"Flying Section" of tho social revolu
tionists who have been intrusted with
the task of punishing Mnxlmoffsky for
tho stern rcgimo which he rocently in
troduced in tho treatment of sixty po
litical prisoners, whom ho ordered to
be treated like ordinary criminals.
Tho assassination of Maximoffsky ap
parently was designed to bo only ft pre
ludo to a greater act of despotism, prob
ably the destruction of tho czar.
When tho slayer, who was identified
as Mile. Rigozinikova of Perm province,
and a daughter of tho teacher of tho
imperial conservatory, was taken to the
nolico station, her agitation was plain.
Sho attempted to freo her bound hands
and reached toward her breast, iWhere
it was found she carried insido her cor-
sago a caso containing thirteen pounds
of high explosivo, a charge powerful
enough to blow up tho cntiro building
and tho occupants to pieces. Mllo
Rigozinikova 's portrait is in that part
of tho polico gallery marked "danger
ous suspects.." Nevertheless sho re
mained thrco hours in Maximoffsky 'a re
ception room unrecognized. Sho pre
tended her mission thero was to secure
hotter diot for her brother, who is sick
in prison. Sho will bo cburtmartialcd
By Associated Press.
j S?N FRANCISCO, Cal., October 2S.
Such rapid progress was made today
by the prosecution in tho Ford bribery
trial' that if tho defense in adopting
tho procedure ,in;,tho, former trial, de
clines to put in any evidence, the case
should bo in tho hands of the jury
within n week. Twelve witnesses were
examined today, all but tho last one
of whom, Nathan Scely, cashier of the
mint, were former supervisors, viz:
Thomas F. Loncrgan, Sam Davis, Daniel
G. Coloman, Thomas P. Burns, cashier
of the sub-treasury; Eugene D. Haw
kins, assistant cashier of tho mint;
Charles Haggerty Rufus, office boy;
Richard J. Fox, formerly chauffeur in
the employ of Rucf; I. W. Hellman,
president of tho Wells Fargo & Nevada
National Bank and director of tho
United Railroads; George Francis, sec
retary nnd confidential clerk to Ford;
Miss Celia McDormolt, Ford's stenog
rapher, and George Willcutt, secretary
to the comptroller of toe united ifail
roads. Willcutt supplied tho feature of
tho evidence oi the day by testifying
to the unconcealed surprise and mani
fest distrust of thp prosecution, that the
books of the street car corporations do
carry ns entries iho $20,000 with which
Ford amr Ruef 'are alleged to havo
bribed tho supervisors to. pass the trol
ley franchise. Tho witness was direct
ed to produce tho corporation's journal
and ledger tomorrow.
State Examiner Thinks Branch
State Bank Will Pay Dol
lar for Dollar
TWO BIG ENTERTAINMENTS
AND ALL FOR PRICE OF ONE
By Associated Press.
GOLDFIELD, Nev., October 28.
State Bank Examiner Miller arrived in
Goldficld this morning and at once be
gan an examination of the affairs of
the local branch of tho State Bank &
Trust company. While. Miller would,
make no official statement, he expressed
tho belief that the bank was all right
and would be able to resume business
iu a short time. He said:
"I cannot make an official statement,
but havo every reason -to believe the
bank will come through with flying col
ors. I am not at liberty to givo exact
information regarding the affairs of the
bank, but havo heard that President
Hickory is able to meet every claim.
Thero i3 every reason for encourage
ment i ntho situation."
A petition for a receiver for tho bank
was again denied by Judge Langan
this morning, although the matter has
not been finally disposed of. In render
ing tho decision the judge said:
"The only question is whether a re
ceiver should bo appointed at this time
or that I should wait until the attorney
general commences proceedings in be
half of the state bank examiner.
"I have serious doubts about the ad
visability of naming a receiver at pres
ent in view of the fact that it seems
to bo tho desire of a majority of the
creditors, that I should wait jipon the
examination of tho bank by 'tho state
examiner. TI do not deny the petition,
but allow it to remain open."
TO BE ADOPTED
Clearing House Paper.Will Set-
tie Bank Balances" for" the
Time Beingr- ." y
.DEMANDS OF EAST
DIVERTED TO WEST
Prosperity Up and Down the
Coast Can Only Bet Main
tained by Tactics Adopted in
the Eastern Citiesi- -
TRAMPLED. UNDER FOOT
BY A VICIOUS HORSE
Thursday night Hallowo 'en prom
ises to bo the night of all nights in the
circles of the gay and light-hearted.
The ball boys, in addition to tho dance
announced for that night, have 'secured
tho popular Spoonor Dramatic company,
or, rather, Mr. Spooner lias gen
erously consented to give tho boys the
use of his company for that night to
further tho benefit..; Tho dramatic com
pany at no cost to tho ball team will
present their very best number, "The
Anarchist," on Thursday night, after
which the grand ball, with Dreamland's
big orchestra, will commence. The
drama will bo completed about 10:30
o'clock. A single ticket to the ball,
costing $1, entitles a gentleman and ono
lady to admittanco to tho entertain
ment and to tho ball following. Extra
ladies will bo charged 50 cents. Re
member, these entertainments aro to
assist the ball boys in defraying the
expenses of the trip to tho Phoenix
tourney during the fair.
HAND RIVETERS STRIKE
AT MARE ISLAND YARDS
Knocked down and trampled upon by
a Vicious horse, P. C. Anderson is con
fined to his home suffpring with a badly
sprained leg and numerous body bruises
and face lacerations. While no serious
results are anticipated ,the attending
physician announces that it will bo
several weeks before Mr. Anderson will
be able to walk about without the aid
Whilo crossing Broad street in tho
vicinity of the Gila Valley bank yes
terday, oblivious to approaching danger,
Mr. Anderson was knocked down by a
vicious saddle horse, the rider having
lost control of the animal. Bystanders
rushed to the rescue of Mr. Anderson,
but before he could bo removed he was
severely injured by the horse's hoofs.
HAZED TO HIS DEATH
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., October 28. ,
The following statement was issued
tonight by tho San Francisco Clearing
House association, through its president,
Homer S. Ming: ,
"San Francisco has takqn the same
action through tho clearing house as
that taken by tho banks' of eastern
cities. At a meeting of the association
held today it was resolved to issuo
clearing house certificates. This will
put tho financial business of the city
on what has come to be called a clear- .
ing house basis. To carry- this into ef-
feet it was decided further that they
follow the methods in vogue in New
York and Chicago and all business cen
ters of the country in waking no pay
ments in coin except for reasonable and
clearly legitimate needs of business.
"The checks received by members of
tho community in the regular course of
business should bo deposited as-usual
and they will be redeemed through tho .
clearing house just as they always arc
except the clearing house bafance be
tween the banks will be settled by cer
tificates instead of gold. This is the
first time the San Francisco clearing
bouse has felt the necessity of pursuing
such an action, although it has been
taken several times heretofore by the
banks of New York and Chicago and -other
important cities. Local condi
tions aro sound and satisfactory. We
are in the midst of the marketing of .
one of the most valuable crops the
state has produced, and all up and
down the coast wo are in receipt of
reports of unexampled prosperity. With
these conditions locally j)ur financial
affairs arc on the best possible basis.
Suddenly, however, difficulties presented
themselves in the east and banks thero
arc finding it necessary to combine to
protect the credit structure, and de-
mands are diverted to the prosperous
west, which" must similarly protect its
own community. It is hoped these con
ditions will not long be continued;
meanwhile the people should tim to han
dle their funds in a manner as nearly .
normal as possible, as this will tend to
hasten a resumption of the dsual order -of
N A COURT ROOM
POPULAR YOUNG PEOPLE
ARE UNITED IN MARRIAGE
Tho Mayfiold residence on Noftsgor
hill was tho sccno of a pretty homo
wedding Sunday afternoon when Miss
Sullio Atherton was given in mnrriago
to Mr. Gcorgo Greonwood. The coro-
mony was witnessed by a largo number
of tho friends and relatives or tno
Inch contracting parties. Immediately
after tho ceremony a wedding supper
was sorved. Mr .and Mrs. Mnyfield
loft yesterday morning for Toxas and
other southern states on a wedding trip.
Tho bride, a sister of Mrs. Mayfiold, is
a highly accomplished young lady and
a favorito in local socioty circles. Tho
groom is a rising young railroad man
ABANDONED CRAFT FOUND
FLOATING IN 'FRISCO BAY
tho bcL'inninc of tho strike
Qtntnrl that all branches were opened
this morning and only twenty-fivo moro holding tho rcsponsiblo position of train
oporafdrs can be used.- " ' ,dispatchqr for tho Valloy road.
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., October 28.
Loaking, with a bow Btovo in from a
collision with somo unknown vessel,
with a small boat gone from the davits,
a nnmoless thirty-foot sloop, painted
white, with tho mainsail hoisted, ;wns
picked up on tho bay today. Within
tho 'cabin of tho sloop was found pro
visions enough to last for a weok's
cruise. Tho only cluo to tho last occu
pant of tho craft was a noto book under
ono .of tho seats on tho fly leaf of
which was found tho name of Charles
Olsen, but no address was given.
OPERATORS SEEKING JOBS
By Associated Press..
CHICAGO, Octobor 28. Tho Western
Union today for thcf first timo since- tno
striko, reoponed a number of its branch
offices within this city. Within tho last
two days twenty-nino operators, havo
returned to work hero and twenty-six in
By Associated Tress.
VALLEJO, Cal., October 28. All
hand riveters employed nt work on the
transport Sheridan at tho Mare Island
navy yard havo struck, following a re
fusal of Nnval .Constructor Holden A.
Evans, head of the department, to grant
a request that they bo given piece work
at $12, $15 and $25 per 1,000 rivets.
Tho situation has been telegraphed to
tho navy depaitmcnt. It is believed
mon will bo rushed hero from tho cast.
Tho navy yard officials say that work
will bo dolayed not more than threo
LAYING OFF MEN
Bv Associated Press.
TACOMA, Wash., yctoucr a. yrucrs
woro posted on tho grounds of the Du
nont PoWder works, south of Tacoma,
tiat all men would bo laid off, indicat
ing a suspension of tho hugo operations.
Tho concom is Under way toward build
ing a largo powder plant here. About
ono hundred mon aro affected. No rea
son was given for tho action.
ONE SMALL BANK FAILURE
By Associated Press. ,
KANSAS CITY:, Cal., October 28.
rv.,;,in nf Mm f.iHnro of tho Bankora
Trust company, with deposits of $8;tfo6j
thero is no real trouble ncro yuay.
This bank is considered tho weakest if
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caused much Burpriso nor nau J (lfl
paro'nl effect on tlje general situation.
STOCKTON, Cal., October 2S. Har
old Caruthers, who was hazed by fel
low employees at a local plumbing
shop about thrco weeks ago, suffering
injuries to tho spino in trying to extri
cate himself .from a viso m which lie
had been placed died last evening. Ef
forts to take a dying statement were
unavailing. Tho boy seemed to think
ho would recover.
Little -Child Finds Papa in the
Prisoners' Dock and Sobs
Disturb the Court
Tom Hastings Dismissed. Tom Hast
ings, arrested a number of dayj ago at
St. Johns and brought to this city to
answer n charge of obtaining goods un
der false pretenses, was arraigned in
Justico Rawliugs' court yesterday af
ternoon. Tho district attorney asked
for a continuanco on tho ground that
un important witness was not present.
Tho court, after ascertaining what tho
, territory expected to prove by this wit
ness, refused to continue tho case, and
the district attornoy then made a mo
tion that tho caso against the defendant
bo dismissed. Tho motion wns sustained
and Hastings wns given his liberty. It
was reported last night that anotner
warrant will bo issued for Hastings'
Jack on tho War Path. Jack Man
kins, a well known miner of tho district,
ran amuck at tho' Gibson mine on Sun
day evening and is now confined in tho
county jail. A report reached tho city
tliat .Tack had taken possession of tho
camp and with a shotgun was runnings
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was 'put' into tho sheriff's department,
but when tlc officers reached" tho scene
about aft th6ysc0uld'find was the miner
Tumriqusjy driipL "Tho weapon had
lIisahpearcd.- No ' charge' had been
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SOLOMOXVILLE, Ariz., October 28.
The fall term of district court for
Graham county convened this morning
upon the arrival of Judge Navo from
Globe. The first business was tho im
paneling of tho grand jury, which was
soon accomplished, and that body was
set to work upon tho large amount of
business in waiting.
The defendants in the various crim
inal actions were ordered brought into '
court, and a motley string of men and
boys filed into the roqm, occupying three
long benches. Apiqng tho number wero
but two of other nationalities than
Mexican, those being typical hobos who
will plead guilty to burglaries. Of tho
Mexicans, all but two or tiireo pro
fessed to have no means and attorneys
wero appointed by tho court to defend
At this juncture the court was dis
turbed by tho crying of a child and it
was found that a little boy of six or
seven years had crept into tho arms of.
one, of the hard-featured defendants and
was' sob'bing as though with a broken
heart. It was a pitiful spectaclo when
a bailiff gently led the child away and
the man buried his face in his hands.
The first case set for trial Thursday
morning is the somewhat noted-Climax
Jim forgery case. Jim is on hand with
an array of lawyers and will make a
hard fight for liberty. .
Among the attorneys in attendanco
aro Colonel M. J. Egan and Frank B.
Laino of Clifton, E. E. Ellinwood of
Bisbec, C. L. Rawlins of Globe, Josepn
Fielder of Denting, rWiley E. Jones and
W. K. Dial of Safford.
A Sad Message. N. II. Livingston
received a telegram yesterday announc
ing tho death of Mrs. N. Allen at Wei
mar, Texas. Deceased was tho mother
of Mrs. Livingston, whoso remains wero
taken from Globe to Weimar for inter
ment two weeks ago. Mrs. Allen had
been in delicate health for somo time,
and never survived t,he shock of her
daughter's death. Sho was known in
Globe, having sojourned hero for somo
time visiting relatives.
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