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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
lolumo III. Number 23.
GLOBE, GILA COUNTY, ARIZONA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 61908
PRICE FIVE CENTS
en Driven to Socialism by Parker Went Back to Democracy, Says E.V. Debs
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WASHINGTON. November 5.
rho nroaident was very cheerful to-
Rav and told the now spacer men
that tho ejection of Taft wholly enr-
icd out a prophesy mndo by mm in
letter written to Senator u. u.
odge of Massachusetts on October
Tho prosidont said that thero
iccmcd to bo eorno doubt through
ho country concerning tho meaning
if tho word "frazzle," that he used
oecntly in connection with the cam.
aign, by saying "we'vo got them
aton to a frazzle." ilo explained
it it was a common word in the
outh and that hcnd used it when
("To those who do not know what
meant," said the president, f'tho
lest definition I can give of the
fc-ord is to rofer to tho election ro-
urna. ' '
EGTIDN PLEA S E S
GOTH . I P AIM
)NDON, Nov. o. The press of Lon-
regards tho selection of Taft as
ittcr for goneral and world wido
atulation, as it insures tho contin
of a policy winch has been great-
: approved of in Engand.
"The policy which Taft inherited,"
lints out the Evening Standard, "is
sa largo measure accountable for tho
Ip to tho front made by America in
tent years, and her present position
( a power among tho powers, is duo
an unusual extent to Mr. Taft's la
in a close alliance with President
JAPAN IS TICKLED
rOKIO, Nov. 5. Tho Japanese news.
Ipers all contain editorials comment-
upon the result of the election, on
(ties. The Kokumio, .which.Js erod
ed with representing tho'views of pro-
jcr Katsura, says:
'"Phn xrnrli? mnaf )u nnrrrfiTfif w$
iAMBLING WILL CONTINUE
COUNCIL RAISES TAX RATE
CITY TAX LEVY FOR 1908 '
'or street, sewer, sidewalk: and other im
tor salaries of officers and
Last years levy
increase over last year
Rambling will continuo in Globo as in
7hcn tho ordinance to reical tho law
tnsinir eambline camo un for final
Iding at tho city council meeting last
ening it was laid on tno table in
finitely with but one dissenting vote.
U tho meeting of a week ago this
;r was taken up and tho city at-
ney instructed to draft an ordinanco
caling tho licensing of gambling,
was done during tho progress of
EN YORK BROKER
JABELLED OVER A SEOEET
MARRIAGE OBJECTED TO
BY THE MOTHER.
oman'a Body Found on Bed With
Bullot Holes In Her Head, While Son
Is Picked Up on Bathroom Floor,
Dead From Asphyxiation by Oas.
NEW YORK, Novembor 5. A revela.
if . tim
on tho election of Judge Taft, who, be
cnuso of his world-wide experience, will
probably prove to bo tho ablest presi
dent America has over o'.octcd."
Tlio Ji-Jl Asahal, publishing a bul
letin sorvico giving tho latest Ainep
lean tlcctio i returns, comments similar.
Tho Hochi, an opposition paper, die
cussc? Judgo Taft at length in n laud
ator character skotch in which it says:
"The election of Taft means pence,
richtfousness of eovornment and a roc-
cgiiition by tho people of tho United
States of tho value of tho policios in
augurated by Roosevelt." .
FALLING OFF IN' WEST.
NEW YORK. November 5 lindnunt-
cd by1 figures f Win, tho west, showing a
heavy falling off of Jho socialist vote
in supposed strongholds, tho state head
quarters' of tho party in New York re
iterated today that when all tho re
turns arc in it will bo shown that tho
total voto is double or almost double
thnt of 1901, which was 102,000. Tho
New York stato voto for Debs was be
tween 40,000 and 50,009, according to
the estimate by the socialist headquar
ters. The stato votoin 1901 was 35,
000. In 1906 it dropped to 21,751. Gen
erally speaking, the up-stnto, socialis
voto showed a falling oft in tho cities,
and an increase in tho small towns.
In Greater, Ne.w York, according to
a bocialist daily paper in this city, Dcl3
polled a total of 25,301, a gain of only
347 over 1904.
This figure is behind the vote cast
for Hisgou", the independence party can.
didnte, who received 27,279 in Greater
New York. In like manner, Shearn, the
independence candidato for governor,
leads Wanhope, socialist candidate, in
Greater Now York by 31,170 to 23,111.
Debs ran several thousand ahead cf
Wanhopo throughout 'the state.
SOCIALISTS LEAD IN WISCONSIN.
MILWAUKEE, November 5. Tho
total vote in Wisconsin will Hot bo
known for somo days. Aside from tho
two leading parties, tho socialist-democrats
showed tho greatest btrength. In
Milwaukee county, tho party's voto
ranged from 18.3S0 to 19,000 votes, a
gain over four years ago of 2,000 and
1,000 over two years ago.
Tho prohibitionists polled 1,227 for
Chafin, and 1,532 for Cox for governor
in Milwnukeo county, with a light gain
over tho last vote. Tho independence
party did not havo -any ticket in tho
state. r --
Arizona: Fair Friday and Saturday.
, . . .8 mills
tho cvcning,,nnd wlicn tho ordinance
camo on itu first reading it went
through liko a thing greased, and it
then looked as though tho last of pub
lic gambling in Globo would bo sttfii
on November 15, when tho bill was
framed to tako effect. But it seems
tint tho ordor of soino of tho aldermen
cooled homewhat during tho week in
tervening beforo tho ordinanco could
(Continued on Pago Eight.)
tion by a son to his mother of a secret
marriage, and parental refusal to bo
reconciled to it, is believed to have
been tho impelling cuuso of a double
tragedy in a largo uptown apartment
houso today. Tho victims wero Mre.
Rebecca Voit, a wealthy widow, and
her only son, J. Nelson Veit, a Wall
street broker. Tho circumstances indi
cate that tho mother was shot by her
son and that tho latter then took his
own lifo by inhaling illuminating gas.
The bodies wero discovered today. Mr.
Veit lay dead on her bed, with bullot
wounds in hor head, and tho body of
hor eon was found on thefloor of tho
bathroom in his mother's apartments,
lifeless from asphyxiation.
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EDS POLLS FIFTY
PER CENI OF
CHICAGO DROPS FROM 15,000 CAST
IN LAST ELECTION TO
CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI
ALSO SHOW NOTABLE
Total for Candidate for Presidency
Will Bo Loss Than 500,000, Instoad
of 1,000,000 Expected Simons Says
Gompora Did It Debs Blames Bryan.
CHICAGO, November 5. The social.
ist voto in Tuesday's election showed a
PLETED COUT.T DENIES APPLICATION
DEFENSE FOR MORE
Attoruoy Ach Attacks Composition of
Jury Without Avail Opening State
ment for Prosecution Begun by Heney
Personnel of Jury.
SAN FRANCISCO, November 5.
Tho jury in the Ruef bribery case was
completed today, and accepted. Attpr
ney Ach, for Ruef, at once "began an
attack on the composition of thejury
and contended that tho defense was en
titled to moro peremptory challenges.
The jury, as accepted, follows: John
Anderson, builder; Wm. S. Harrison,
merchant; Timothy Sullivan, contract
or; John Buttlcr, butcher; Alexander
Pond, real estate; Charles A. Rollor,
retired; Wm. K. O'Loary, no business;
Dennis Murphy, retired; 'Geo. M. Schill
ing, manufacturer; Jos. O'Brien, real
estate; James McNamarn, retired; Wm.
Oakley, retired contractor.
After hearing tho contentions of
Ruef 'h counsel, Judge Lawlordonicd
tho application of tho defense for tho
oxorciso of additional peremptory dial-
lengej. Tho indictment was then read
and Assistant District Attorney Heney i
began tho opening statement for tho
RUEF'S LAWYERS ON TRIAL.
SAN FRANCISCO, November 5.
Jttdgo Murasky, today, denied tho mo
tion to set nsido tho indictments against
Frank J. Murphy and A. S. Nowburgh,
charged with attempting to bribo Chan.
M. Kelly, a venireman on tho panel
from which tho jury was to bo selected
to try Abo Ruef.
Murphy and Ncwburgh wero Ruof's
Tomorrow Judgo Murasky will hear
tho argument upon the demurrers to
JOHN M. BURNETT DEAD.
PHOENIX, November 5. John M.
Burnett died Inst night after a linger
ing illness. Ho wan well known in
Washington and New York, having been
for many years in the sorvico of tbo
pension department as a bpecial ngont.
For tho Inst fifteen years or more ho
has lived in Arizona, and was woll
known in newspaper and court circles;
having been connected part of tho
time with the press and tho rost of the
timo practicing law.
CAMERON MAJORITY GROWS.
,LOS ANGELES, Calif., November 5.
With twenty-six precincts in various
counties to hear from, the Arizona vote
for dolegato to congress gives Camoron
9833 and Smith 9019- Tho precincts
to hear from are estimated to givo
Smith 172 majority, which will incroaso
Smith's total to 9219. -Tho Associated
Pross considers that thero is no doubt
that Cameron is elected.
DOUBLE IN OKLAHOMA.
GUTHRIE, November 5. The so
cialist voto in Oklahoma will aggregate
2,000, double that of last year. Tho in-
I dependcttCO;votc was very light.
TERRE HAUTE, Ind., Novomber
C. E. V. Dob3 today mado the fol.
lowing statement concerning tho so-
"Tho so-called falling1 off, ic not a
falling off. I attribute tho votes
falling short of tho oxpected mark
to tho fact that an unusually largo
voto was cast for the socialist can.
dldato in 1904. Then there were a
groat many disgruntled democrats
chagrined because Parker wa3 nom
inated, who voted with tho socialists.
This year they went back to the
democratic party and voiod for
Bryan. I count that we havo mado
a gain In tho actual socialist vote."
great falling off from the record in
1904 in thrco of tho principal cities of
tho country in which socialism is strong
est. Chicago socialists, who poljed 45,000
votes in 1901, wero given less than 14,
000 votes in tho returns, and 'the rnoro
sanguine do not expect that tho totals
will exceed 20,000 votes for Debs.
NEW YORK, November 5. Charles
W. Morso and Alfred II. Curtis, who
wero on trial for violation of tho na
tional banking laws, wero found guilty
The jury recommended clemency on
behalf of Curtis.
Morse, until a year ago, was a dom
inant figuro in the world of finance, and
Curtis, former president of tho Nation
al Jlank of North America.
There was an additional chargo of
conspiracy against the prisoners, but
the jury acquitted the men on this
Within five minutes of the timo the
jury rendered the verdict, Judge Hough
refused to entertain a motion for bail
and committed tho two bankers to the
The federal statutes provide a mini
mum penalty of five years imprisonment
for falsifying the books of a bank, and
a penalty of two years imprisonment,
or a $5;00O fine, or both, for misapply
Moreo and Curtis were accompanied
as far as the Tombs prison by their
There has been wide interest in tho
joint trial. It was brought out in the
testimony that Morso had mado largo
""U" "m tno uanic tnrougn so-caiieu
dummies, and that President Curtis on.
"bled him to do so.
mo money inus ODiameu was usca
to finance tho Morso
Ice pools and
GIVES TAFT 70.000
CINCINNATI, Ohio, November 5.
Ohio polled a voto in Tuesday's elec
tion that surpassed tho million ballots
deposited four years ago, making a
new high record for tho Buckeye voters.
Taft carried Ohio probably by more
than 70,000, whilo Harmon (democrat)
was elect od governor by about 20,000.
Such figures as havo been recoived on
minor candidates, although meager, in
dicate a probablo victory for all other
republicans on tho state tickot. The
republicans aro believed to havo won
tho legislature, which will elect a
United States senator.
"COUNT PROCEEDS SLOWLY.
NEW YORK, . Novembor 5. The
membership of tho electoral college for
tlo next president was still in doubt
when the official counters in Maryland
abandoned their task for the night. Ac
cording to the best information, tho
proportionate numbers of tho repub
lican and democratic doctors will bo
dotcrmiued by a division of Maryland's
Conceding Missouri to Taft and leav
ing Maryland to bo split botween him
and Bryan, tho figures show 319 repub
lican doctors nnaured and 156 demo
cratic. Tho latest congressional returns indi
cate that tho next congress will bo com
posed of 210 republicans, and 175 dem
ocrats, a majority for tho republicans
.- . .""'
MORSE 10 CURTIS
Cincinnati and Cleveland, also listed
as strong socialist centers, according to
tho. leaders of that party, polled a
greatly decreased vote.
Whilo admitting the advorso figures
today, A. M. Simons, member of tho
national committee of tho socialist par
ty, assorted that an increase was shown
in tho voto this year in the small towns.
Mr. Simons said: "Mr. Gompcrs in
fluenced tho labor vote on which the so
cialist party depends to a great ex
tent. His words induced many thous
ands of gomi-Eocialists with radical
views to vote for Bryan, and also
frightened many conservative labor
men into voting for Taft.
"Wo aro particularly pleased with
tho results on tho Pacific coast, where
an increased vote was shown in many
towns. Wo havo received gains in
Texas towns, in Missouri, and a few
towns in New York."
Tho total vote for Debs, it is esti
mated, will not exceed 500,000 in place
of the 1,000,000 which was predicted by
NO MATERIAL CHANGE IN ANY
OF THE TOTALS ALREADY
Box Adds Sixteen to Majority of Smith
and Increases Slightly Other Demo
cratic Pluralities Cameron's Major
ity Grows in Territory.
Returns received from Pleasant Val
ley yesterday do not make any ma
terial change in the rcsults-of the coun.
ty elections, simply altering slightly
some of the totals.
Tho figures follow:
Dolegato to congress
Cameron, R G
Smith, D 22
Martin, R 8
Hunt, D 19
Trevillian, R ..1 4
McCormick, D : 25
Sparks, R -. 3
Thompson, D .' 21
Henry, R 8
Shuto, D 20
County treasurer w
Williamson, R 13
Pinyan, D . 10
County recorder" '
Huffer, R 5
Stewart, D ,22
Probato judge -
Flannigan, R 6
Robertson, D . 23
Hopkins, R C
Tovey, D 19.
Ryan, R , 13
Woods, R ...f 5
Rose, D , 17
Miles, D .! 18
McCormick, S 1
fc'upcrintondcnt of Schools
Kehner, R 13
Nymjer, - D 14
Completed, but unofficial returns show
Taft'a plurality to bo 292,586.
WHEELING, W. Va., November 5.
later returns increaso tho pluralities
o' both Taft and Glasscock. Taft's
plurality is 25,198. Tho plurality for
Ghsscock for governor is 11,172. All
fivo congressional districts are repub
lican. BRYAN'S FIGURES DECREASE.
LINCOLN, November 5. Tho feat
uro in tho Nebraska election" count to
day was the steady decrenso of tho es
timated Bryan plurality. Returns,
complete in 81 out of 90 counties, give
Bryan 121,080; Taft, 11S,699. Tho re
maining nino counties will probably
slightly rcduco Bryan's plurality, but
cannot wipo it out.
COLORADO ALL DEMOCRATIC.
DENVER, November 5. Bryan's
plurality in tho stato will bo in tho
neighborhood of 5500, while Shafroth,
MAN DIES FLYINO THE FLAO
Exortlon Proves Too Much for Blind
CARLISLE, Pa., November 5. J. G.
Spangenberger, a totally blind retired
merchant, dropped dead with heart
diseaso whilo flying the Stars and
Stripes from tho window of his resi
dence in honor of a reunion of tho
Grand Army veterans held hero. Thej
task of sotting the flag was oxtremelyl
difficult for a blind man, and Spnngen
berg died instantly after he had thrown I
out Old Glory. Tho deceased, though.'
blind for jears and a Civil War veteran
himself, has always been active in
municipal affairs, being elected fre
quently to responsible positions.
DO NOT EELISH CAETOONS.
Bakers Take Action Against Having
RACINE, Wis., November 5. The
Wisconsin Association of Bakers went
on record today as opposed to its
trade's being ridiculed by cartoonists
and by moving pictures.
It developed that complaint had been
mado to theatrical managers who dis
played such objectionable pictures and
that these wero stopped.
Tho home bakery camo in for n long
discussion, and it was tho opinion that
the proprietors of all such bakeries
ought to bo compelled to pay a licenso.
No official action was taken, however.
BUY WATER FOR COAL MINES.
Supply Costs Clinton Coal Company
330 a Day for Each Mine.
CLINTON, Ind., November 5. At an
average cost of about $30 a day for
each mine, six coal mines in the Clinton
fie'd aro using wator bought from the
C. & E. I. R. R. Co.
Three of these mines belong to tho
Clinton Coal company and three to tho
Dering Coal company.
Tho water furnished comes from the
Wabash river at Clinton. It is filtered
through a tower tank and is then phip
ped to the mines.
"POMPADOUR DICK" CLEARED
PHOENIX, November 5. Tho-grand
jury today ignored tho charge against
Richard Fletcher, better known as
"Pompadour Dick," who about two
weeks ago shot and killed Tom Clark,
claiming self-dofenBo, the incident be
ing tho result of Clark's aggressive
ness while intoxicat6d.
BRYAN GIVES UP HOPE OF
MUCH NEEDED REFORMS
LINCOLN, Neb., November 5. Wm.
J. Bryan toda yissucd tho following
"The election has gone against us
by a decided majority. It is impossi
ble at present to say what cause con
tributed tho most to republican victory.
"Wo made our fight upon a platform
which embodies what wo believed was
for the good of tho American people,
but it is for tho peoplo themselves to
decido what laws they desire and what
methods of government they prefer. I
havo faith that tho publicity which we
asked for will yet commend itself to
the American people, that tho election
of sonators by tho people will bo to
cured; that tho iniquities of the trusts
will arouse opposition that wil result
in tho elimination of the principle of
privato monopoly. I am confident that
tho peoplo will soo tho necessity for
labor legislation and tariff reduction,
which our platform demanded. I am
confident, too, that the educational
work dono in this campaign will re
sult in securing greater protection to
"Tho nbovo aro tho most important
democrat,, for governor, will exceed this
by approximately 2,000.
Late returns indicate a larger demo
cratic majority in tho legislature than
first estimated. Tho democrats aro now
claiming that they will havo 73 of 100
members. All congressmen aro demo
crats. MARYLAND VOTE SPLIT.
BALTIMORE, November 5. The of
ficial canvass of the voto of Maryland
was begun today and completed in 21
of the 23 counties outsido of Baltimore
Until tho count is completed, the re
sult will remain in doubt. It is gen
erally conceded that Maryland's voto
in the electoral college will bo spit.
Gold Coins Made so
'Boys Can Stack
WASHINGTON, November 5.
The mints of Philadelphia, San
Francisco, and Denver began today
coining new $5 gold pieces, btruck
on a different plan fro many here
tofore coined in thcVorld.
It follows tho idea expressed to
President Roosevelt by Dr. William
Sturgis Bigelow of Boston, that to
permit coins being piled to a uni
form height, a high or strong rolief
might be obtained by depressing the
design below the field, or faco ol
the coin, instead of raising it above,
as usual in all coinage operations.
The samo design will "bo used on
$2.50 gold piecos, and all will bear
tho "In God Wo Trust" motto.
GERMAN PARLIAMENT AGITATED
OVER PUBLICATION OF DM-
Almost Entire Membsrship Attends the ,
Session, But Chancellor and Ministers
Discreetly Remember Other Engage
ments Will Uphold Von Buelow.
BERLIN, November 5. Tho rcieh
stag reassembled hero today. Long'bc
foro tho designated hour, the members
gathered in tho lobbies and tho com
mittee rooms and discussed the position '
of Chancellor Von Buelow.
Neither tho chancellor nor any min
ister appeared at today's session, and
an exceptionally full house faced a ro-x
of empty ministerial seats.
Four interpellations were moved, ask
ing the chancellor to explain tho im-
The imprC8si6n- is that VorrBnekmf
will bo supported by a majority of tho
reforms for which we labored, and I be-"
lievo that theso reforms will yet corns,
together with a moro effoctive regula
tion of tho railroads and independence
for tho Philippines.
"I desire to commend tho work of
our national committee. I am entire
ly satisfied with Mack as chairman, and
with tho members of tho committee. I
do not soo what they could havo done
moro than they did, and, as for myself,
I put forth every effort in my power to
secure victory for our cause. My nom
ination came from tho hands of tho
voters, I havo obeyed their command
and havo led as best I could. Words
will not express my gratitude for the
devotion which has bcn Fhown by mil
lions of democrats during the past
twelvo years. Neither am I able to"
adequately oxpress my appreciation for
the kind words which havo been spoken
for mo sinco tho election. If I could
regard tho defeat as purely a persona
one, I would consider it a blessing
rather than a misfortune, for I nm
relieved of tho burdens and responsibili
ties of offico thnt is attractive only in
proportion as it gives an opportunity
to render1 a larger public service."
Taft has an apparent purality of 176
, but tbo indications aro that seven.
Bryan and ono Taft elector have been
"SHOW ME" TAFT PLURALITY.
ST. LOUIS, November 5. Returns,
practically complete, from tho entire
stato givo Taft a plurality in Missouri
FIREMEN HURT AT FDiE.
ALAMEDA, November 5. Ono fire
man was badly injured and three oth
ers, including Firo Chief Krauth, slight
ly hurt in a fire which destroyed tho
club houso and wharf of the Aeolian,
Yacht club this afternoon. It was lo
cated on San Leandro bay.