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Volume II. No, 56,
GLOBE, GILA COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, DECEM.BER 14, 1907
ILL BUT WESTERN
REM TO IRK
Recently Adopted Wage Scale
Suspended for Ten Days at
Request of A, F. L,
FUNSTON SENDS SECOND
REPORT TO WASHINGTON
"eportation of Either Union or
Non-Union Men Will Be Pre
vented by Troops; Picketing
Is More Active,
GOLDF1ELD, Nov., December 13.
Eciotary Erb of the Mino Owners' as
sociation announced tonight, cftcr a
eeting of tho executivo committee
tat a ro5cl-tion bad been passed sus
pe:.dins tLo wago scale of tho associa
t on recently adopted, for ten days at
t o rc-i'-est of tho American Fcdoratioi.
c Labcr. During tho ten days a com
r itteo of tho federation and of tho as
sociation will perfect a scalo which will
bo satisfactory to the federation. This
arrangement will also affect tho em
ployes of tho power company who walk
ed oat yesterday and under tho now
Egrcement these employes will return
to work tomorrow, thus relieving tho
imminent possibility of shutting down
tho plant of tho power company, which
furnishes all tho power1 to tho mines
and tic lights and power for tho city.
Tho now arrangement also affects tho
carpenters and engineers in tho mines
and thoso who aro not affiliated witl
the Western Federation of Miners will
resumo work tomorrow.
GOLDFIELD, Nev., December 13.
Aftcr having met and conferred witl
many citizens at Goldfieid, Gtocral
lunston tonight stated to the Asso
t- atcd Press that ho is finding condi
ons hero worse than ho anticipated.
"The possibilities of serious trou
b e growing out of differences botweor
ue mine owners and miners," ho said
'arc greater than my. information jfrc
vious to coming to Goldfieid led mo tc
believe. I have tolographcd n second
report to Washington, which is bnsot
m information I gathered today. I di
cut believe tho governor will declan
martial law at once, as no serious dis
torbanco has occurred. I am satLsfiec
w th this and shall not advise sucl
a.tion until it is absolutely necessary
s to patrolling tho vicinity of the
mines and tho streets of the city witl
regulars, that is a procedure that maj
become necessary at any hour."
The statement of Funston tonigh'
Battles effectively the question of the
withdrawal of troops ,from Goldfieid
Neither Funston nor Governor Spark
v?li yield to the pressuro that has been
brought to induco them to favor the
withdrawal of troops before tho arriva.
of tho labor commissioners from Wash
Women Aro Afraid.
Tomorrow a delegation of womcr
Composed of members of the Woman 't
-ub of Goldfieid will call on Funstot
and lay before him their side of the
question, which will bo that previous tc
bo coming of troops they lived in con
ttant terror, believing that their home
ir'ght be destroyed, and their lives en
langered by deeds of violence and the
upprcdations of desperate strikers.. They
w.Il ask that troops be kept hero until
a l danger of trouble is past..
Delegations from tho Chamber of
f .mmerce, Mino Owners' association,
umI Stock Exchango will call on Fun
Rt -n to present the same matter.
Tonight there was a well authen-
ated rumor that a committee of 'citi
iKW had been formed ostensibly to act
as a volunteer firo and polico depart
n. nt in the residence district, but which
.1 bo more in tho naturo of a vig-
nco committee, of tho early Califor
e a days sort.
Couldn't Verify Story.
A story is circulated to tho effect
at J. W. Finch, formerly manager of
t Consolidated properties, had wit---scd
n caso of deportation whero two
0' ion men had escorted a miner who
b.d signed tho agreement and gono to
rk, to n point three miles from the
np, then brutally beaten him and
rtcd him for Tonopah across tho
' ,crt. Detectives searched all day for
verification of tho story, but could
fi d no trace of tho minor.
Funston waa informed of tho matter
night, and ho stated emphatically,
en questioned, that tho troops here
vi uld endeavor to protect Western Fed-
ation men jf any attempts to deport
t oin were, made just as ho would pro
' t tho men who might bo set upon by
"Troops will try to prevent outrages
o violence of any sort no matter by
uom committed," he said.
ftcr an all day session the Mino
' oners' association this ovening do
' ed to continue tho card system in
0r"ration and require all 'thoso who go
to work to sign tho agreement renounc
ing allegations to tho Western Federa
tion. . Script Unlawful. .
In support of their refusal to nc
copt scrip in payment for wages, of
ficers of tho union today dug up a
section of tho constitution of tho con
stitution of Novada which declares that
tho banks shall issue or causo to bo
circulated anymonoy other than nation
al currency or tho bank certificates au
thorized by congress. Tho federation
minors havo maintained' a moro rigor
ous picketing of mines in operation to
day than was maintained yesterday and
tho guards of tho Mino Ownors' asso
ciation have been moro active. It is
said that tho mino ownors havo 200
strikebreakers on the way hero, but
strict secrecy is being maintained as
to the movements of the. train and the
hour when they will arrive. A night
shift has been put on at tho Consoli
dated mines aud tho guards have been
r RIDAY THIRTEENTH
NOT FATAL TO NEW
DEMING, N. M., December 13.
Martin Amador and Magdalono Subal
ioz, condemned murderers, wcro not
mnged today, Governor Curry having
granted to each a respite of thirty days.
Jhoriff Johnson had everything in
cadincss for tho double execution when
word was received from Santa Fo stay
ng the hanging.
:lays Principal Pettibone Wit
ness But Fails to Shake
His Story of Crime,
BOISE, Idaho, Deccmbor 13. Clar
jnco Darrow, conducting tho dofenso oi
ittibonc, had Orchard on tho rack fo:
.vo hours and a half- today endeavor
ig to discredit his testimony. The
ross examination was rigid and effec-
ivo in that tho witnoss was pictured at
l human monster, murderer, -bigamist,
iorjur'er, gamblor, thi'of and Incendiary.
Profiting by the failure of Attorney
tichardson in tho Haywood trial to
hnken the testimony of Orchard, Dar
ow made little attempt to make the
tritness contradict himself. Twice dur
ng tho day did ho try to confuse Or
hard in regard to his testimony and
ach timq failed. Heading from his tes
imony in the Haywood trial, Darrow
mdeavored to mako it appear that the
.itnoss had changed ids statements, but
Jrchard forced tho questioner to read
norc of tho testimoiiyo given before,
howing that his tostimony had been
.ho samo at both trials.
Darrow laid particular emphasis on
ho fact that Orchard was. a criminal
icforo lie bceamo acquainted with Ilay
rood, Moycr and 'Pettibone.
Afternoon Teas on Battleships
and Ball to Rear Admiral
Evans at Hotel,
OLD POINT COMFORT, Va,, Decem
ber 13. A brilliant naval and military
jail was given at tho hotel Clinmbcrlain
tonight in honor of Admiral Evans nnd
jthcr officers of tho battleship fleet
.vhicli sails Monday on tho cruiso to tho
pacific. Tho reception closed a day,
;ivcn over almost entirely to n series
Today thoro wag littlo or no work to
do. Tho enlisted men camo ashore in
'argo numbers, whilo on board tho ships,
Mio gunners and ward room officers kept
jpen house. Afternoon tea was served
n every vessel, and impromptu musi
;alcs was thn feature of tho day of
ontortaining. Launches filled with gay
mrties made frequent trips during vis
With regard to tho report that all
Tapancso servants of the fleet had been
'.ransforrcd to other ships that aro to bo
left bohind, it wa's stated today that
only Japancso stewards nnd attendants
whoso enlistments expired prior to
July 1, next, liavo been replaced by
Americans recently trained for the
work. Tho Japancso falling within the
restriction havo been placed on re
ceiving ships nt various navy yards
as it is not desired to dischargo them
at a distant port. Quito a number of
Tapancso servants whoso pnlistmonts
havo a year or moro to run aro being
taken along aa usual.
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3501T WHITE IN
KILLS THREE IN
Former Sheriff of Cochise
County in Mexican Prison;
Mexicans Attack First.
WASHINGTON, lieicmbor 13.
A telegram from Concheno, Mcx
ico, says that Scott White, paymas
ter for the Greene mines in thnt
section, had killed three men in a
fight in an eating house. It is re
ported that a party of Mexicans
entered tho placo where the
Americans were dining, became
abusive and were ejected by tho
Tho entrance was locked and a
few minutes inter the Mexicans re
turned armed, and battered down
the doors. Tho first three men
that crossed tho threshold wcro
killed by White, who has been
locked up in tho Mexican prison,
at Concheno. .
MR3. LONOWOETH IMPROVES.
WASHINGTON, December 13. Tho
following bulletin was issued lit tho
White House nt 9:30 p. m.: "Mrs.
Longworth had a very good day. She
is progressing rapidly and her condition
is entirely satisfactory."
SAXON QUEEN DYING.
DRESDEN, December 13. The con
dition of Queen Caroia, widow of King
Albert of Saxony, who is suffering from
nephritis, is hopeless. Tho last sac
raments were administered today and
tho queen is not expected to live
through tho night.
WASHINGTON, December 13.
Weather forecast for Arizona: Fair
Saturday and Sunday.
SENTENCE OF DEATH
IS PASSED UPON NEW
YORK WARHEIT EDITOR
GENEVA, December 13. Tho polico
havo discovered in the postoffico on
routo to New York a notice of tho
passago of scntenco on tho editor of
the New York Russian Wnrlieit by Ihi3
sian reactionists. Tho notico rends as
"The Goncva section of tho Union
of Rusalnn people, nt tho last assembly,
took the following decision: Tho editor
of tho journal Wnrhcit, Louis Millor,
is condemned to death for publishing
secret govcrnmonta documents. Tho
promptest execution of this judgment is
confided to three specialists of tho
fighting organization. Wo hereby in
form you that tho resolution is in "con
formity with our statutes."
BIG LINER AGROUND.
LIVERPOOL, December 13. Tho
Mnurctnhia, which was scheduled to
sail today for New York, went aground
tonight. It is expected sho will bo
floated in the morning.
THE SOAP AND WATER CURE.
BI6 DAIAGE SUIT
Mrs, Japkson Asks for $23,400
for Death of Her Husband, a
Former Employee, -
WILL TEST VALIDITY OF
First'Case Filed Under New In
terstate Legislation, Which
Does Not Limit Amount of
Mrs. Lottio I). Jackson, through her
attorneys, Stoucman & Jacobs, has be
gun suit Jn tho district court against
tho Gila Valley, Globo & Nortlwrn rail
way company for $23,100 for damages
becauso of tho death of her husband,
John 15. Jackson, last February. Tho
suit is a novel one inasmuch as the
amount asked by tho plaintiff is more
than four times greater than that al
lowed by statute, boforo tho passago
of the recont interstate commerce leg
islation a year ago Inst summon Five
thousand dollars has been the limit for
damages becauso of death resulting
from a railway accident to an employee.
According to the now law which applies
to railroads in tho District of Columbia, i
the territories, or thoso doing an inter
stitte business, tho plaintiff may recover
damages in full, no limit being pro
Tho Jackson suit will bo tho first
one brought in Arizona undor the new
intewtnto law, tho Gila Valley road, al
though not doing an interstate business,
being operated in a territory and it will
test tho validity of the now statute in
Arizona. A half dozen tests havo been
made in Gtntcs, and in two instances it
was upheld, while in several others it
was dcclnrcd unconstitutional. A de
cision from tho supremo court of tho
United States on tho constitutionality
of tho Inw is expected at any time.
Mrs. Jackson's husband was a brake
man in tho employ of the Gila Valloy
road and ho was fatally injured whilo
trying to mako u coupling at a little
station south of Fort Thomas, dying at
SafTord a short timo later. It is very
probable that the suit will not comoJ
to trial during tho present session of
BORDEAUX IN DARKNESS.
BORDEAUX, France, December 13.
Tho city is in utter darkness tonight
as tho result of a strike of gas men
nnd employees of tho electric light
plnnt, who nro demanding increased pay.
All business houses were compelled to
cIofo at nightfall.
AOKI SAILS JANUARY 7.
WASHINGTON, December 13. Vis
count Aoki, Japancso ambassador,- is
preparing to got away 'from Washington
by tho last of tho month. If possible
ho will eatcli tho Japanese steamer
which leaves Seattlo on January 7.
'During the sixteen muntha of my
Partridge in Punch.
(Given Permission to Leave the
State and Will Go at Once
to New York,
SAN FRAClSC6; December 13,
The trinl of Patrick Calhoun, :
president of the United railroads, :
on tho charge of offering bribes :
to supervisors, has been postponed ;
till February 1. Calhoun appeared
before Judge Lawler today when :
the motion was made to continue ;
the trial until February 1 instead
of January S as previously set, :
in order to give Calhoun time to. go :
to New York on business. The :
district attorney's office said there
was no objection to a continu- :
nnco and the court gave the de
fondant permission to leave the
state. Calhoun announced that he
would leave for New York tomor
row. ir 'p ? - -(- (- 'if 4? -v- w "W r fiC
TO TRE EXAMINER
And Then Walsh Forgot All
About It; More High Finance
of Chicago Banker,
CHICAGO, December 13. C. M. Bos
worth, tho national bank examiner who
prior to assuming office was president
of tho Illinois Southern and of the
Wisconsin & Michigan railroad com
panies, Walsh enterprises, took the
stand in tho trial of John U. Walsh
today, nnd described conditions which
he found in the Chicago Nationnl bank
when ho examined into its affairs in
November, 1004, July, 1905 nnd De
cember, 1903. He asserted that Walsh
had been repeatedly warned by him nnd
by the comptroller of tho currency to
unload .tho oversupply of securities
carried by tho bank, but that tho warn
ings went unheeded whilo conditions bo
camc steadily worse.
When tho first examination was made,
the witness testified, there was found
to bo duo tho depositors a total of $17,
G09.8GG of which $3,GSG,0GS was de
posited by other banks and tho ro
mnindcr by depositors. Among the
amounts represented by bonds as col
lateral for noto3 wcro $250,000 of which
tho Wisconsin & Michigan railroad
against seven notes totaling $640,000;
$523,000 of tho Illinois & Southern as
security for $1,561,000 represented by
Tovcntccn memorandum notes; $102,000
of Sou'thorn Indinna on account of a
loan of $138,900.
Thoro were, ho said, cloven momoran-
dum loans of $87,000 each with $100,
J00 in bonds of the' Southern Indian.
is security. In addition thcro was a
insecured loan of $100,000 which th.
)ooks at that timo hhowed, Boswort
leclarcd.f.-v loan to the Chicago Chror
ilo of $100,000 nnd two notes fo
J100,000 each signed by John I)rndsha
nd M. W. Seymour, which wcro di:
onnted by tho Chicago Chronicle.
Boswort h testified thnt upon makin,
lie examination, ho found tho bank
flairs substantially tho samo as on th
irst of October. After the second oi
-mination Boswortji told Walsh that ur
ess ho disposed of some of tho secur'
ics and remedied tho condition of th
sank, the comptroller would take mca:
jres to correct matters. Walsh, h
.aid, apologized and assured him some
.hing. would be done at once.
STAMP LACKING, BUT
MAN WHO WAS TO DIE
COLUMBUS, Ohio, December 13.
lohn Soloy of Cleveland, who murdcre
nis sweetheart, came near being cxt
uted today in spite of the fact tha
papers from the governor commutin4
the death sentence to lifo imprisonmcr.
and been mailed to tho warden of th
penitentiary. The warden had prcparo
to execute, him, but telephoned tho go
ernor and found that tho papers ba
boon mailed today. Tho warden wa
notified from the postoffico that a Ic
ter was being held there for postage an.
it proved to contain the commutatio
SIMM OIL IN
PAYING BIG FINE
"ariff Books of Chicago & Al
ton Have Mysteriously Dis
appeared From Office,
CHICAGO, December 13. At a coi
arencc this afternoon between Judg
andis of the federal district cou:
nd attorneys concerned in the cas
gainst the Standard Oil in which th
irporation was fined $29,210,000, A,
irney John S, Miller made the ar
ouueement thnt three commodity tarif
ooks of tho Chicago & Alton railroa,
;hich figured in the trial were mysteri
usly missing. The tariff books wen
flered in evidence by Ihe Standard t,
how that thcro were in existence man;
thcr tariffs in Illinois similar to tha
or the acceptance of which the stand
rd company was prosecuted. Milie
cplared that he called upon railroac
fficials to produce the books sinco the
rial and they informed him that the;
ould not be found. The books wen
xcludcd by Judge Landis at tho tria
nd it is said the defendant will use
liat fact in arguing for a reversal ii
,ho court of appeals.
VBEIEN KNOCKS OUT
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., December J3.
-Jnck O'Brien mado his first appear
nee in the ring tonight since his fight
fith Tommy Burns at Los Angeles. He
nocked out Bill Hcvcron, tho Englisl.
eavyweight, in the opening round, be
oro tho Industrial Athletic club.
JINGER SEWING AGENTS
ON GENERAL STRIKE
NEW YORK, December 13. The
Jinger Sewing Machine Agents' union
ms ordered a general strike of its 800
ucmbcrs. Higher commission, a closed
diop and the reinstatement of several
discharged agents arc demanded.
DUBLIN, December 13. Minnio
Walsh and her son, who havo been
jharged with inciting to murder in con
aection with tho attempted outrage last
lummcr upon Lord Ashtown, were com
nitted to trial today.
MORE SILVER FOR U. S.
WASHINGTON, December 13. Tho
treasury department today purchased
300,000 ounces of silver for dolivcry in
equal amounts to tho Philadelphia, New
Orleans, and Denver mints, at 55.5
cents per fino ounce.
OHIO BREWERS TO HELP
REFORM THE SALOONS
CLEVELAND, Ohio, December 13.
At a mooting of tho Ohio BrcWers as
sociation held today, a campaign to
reform tho saloon was begun, and no
beer will bo sold to divo keepers. Where
Sunday closing is demanded, tho law
will bo enforced so far as tho brewers
have, power. An effort will bo mado to
stop tho sale of liquor to drunkards aud
minors, nnd saloon loafing will be stop
ped. Tho reform committee will hnvo
hctulquarters at Dayton, and a detec
tivo will be employed to forret out un
dC3irabo places. Tho browcrs will work
in harmony with tho anti-saloon league
to place the saloon on a higher piano in
localities whero the saloon is permitted.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
IS BAGK IN JAIL
3ail for Brown and Bartnett
Raised from $75,000 to
$200,000 by the Court,
DEPOSITOR CALLS BROWN
NAMES ON LEAVING COURT
3artnett Denies Having Sold
Missing Securities to George
Gould and Says He Knows
Nothing of Them,
SAN FRANCISCO, December 13.
Assistant 'District Attorney Cook, Jkko ,
has been investigating tho affairs of
tho insolvent California Safe Deposit &'
Trust company declared today that ho
believed the securities of the Colton "
estate, valued at $250,000, which had
been deposited with the institution and
whose mysterious disappearance was re
vealed by tho failure of the bank, were
3old to the interests of Gcorce J
Gould in Ney York. Walter J. Bart
aett, a director of the company and
jntil he resigned a few days ago, gen
sral counsel and vice president of
3ould's new Western Pacific railroad,
vas special administrator for the cs
:atc and deposited them with the com
pany. Bartnett, witli J. Dalzell Brown,
3eneral Manager, and David F. Walker,
rcsidcnt of the bank, arc under arrest
m a charge of embezzlement as the re
mit of the disappearance of the securi
ics. Brown is in the city prison and
lartnett has been at liberty on bond
Judge Dunne, in thp superior., court
his afternoon, upon tho request of;
'ook raised tho bail of Brown andB'
lartnett from $75,000 1o $200,000
Jook declared that evidence in his
wsscssion nnd information gained from
lis personal investigation justified tho
aising of bail to tho amount originally
Ixed bu Judge Dunne, but re'duecd to
375,000 upon the request of the defend
ants. "1 believe there is not the slight
est doubt about the guilt. of Brown" and V
Bartnett," said Cook to the court.
Judgo Dunne held that the district
attorney was not compelled to state
lis ground for asking that tho bail bo '
'ncreased and granted tho requests
Brown was returned to the city prison!'
Not being nble to get bond for $75,000'
ic apparently did not think lt': worth'
while trying to get ono for the larger
Brown Is "Called."
Bartnett accompanied by his wife and
two detectives, spent the entire day en
deavoring to get bond for the addition
al $125,000. As Brown came out of tho
;ourt room, he was accosted by R. D.
"Shadboumc, a heavy depositor, who
.ailed him "scoundrel" and "thief"
and "who ought to be ashamed to look
in honest man in tho face."
Bartnett, unable to secure tho nece3-
jary bond, was taken back to tho city
orison, whero ho spent tho night,
moro of tho testimony given befor,-,
Bartnett in an interview declared he
was innocent of tho removal of the
"The securities were sent by me to
the company from Washington," he
said, "and I have two receipts for them.
One is signed by Brown and James
Conning, secretary, and tho other, which
was a later one, is signed by President
Walker and Conning. Both havo tho
seal of tho corporation and aside from
theso tho express company has tho re
ceipt given by tho bank officials when
the securities wcro delivered.
"Tho charge that the securities wcro
sold to Gould is absolutely false. I
had no part in their removal and no
knowledgo of it."
IN POWERS TRIAL BY
GEORGETOWN, Ky., December 13.
Owing to tho illness of Attorney
Franklin, tho Powers trial was post
poned until tomorrow. Under a rule of
contempt issued by Judge Morris, an
investigation will bo mado tomorrow of
tho publication of an article by a Lex-
ington paper Thursday in relation to
Henry Youtsey's wife. Tho publicatirn
has created a sensation in Georgetown,
nnd tho signing of an apology in re
traction by tho correspondent responsi
ble for tho publication, a statement
from a hotel clerk, and an expression
from James Howard, arc features of tho
affair. Youtsey and all the newspaper
correspondents havo been summoned to
appear as witnesses. The rulo is against
Major C. V. Longmeiro and G. G." Clark,
guards ht tho penitentiary, who wcro
in charge of Youtsey and James How
ard, witnesses in case.
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