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GLOBE, GILA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1910.
PRICE FIVE- CENTS
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
TAFT APPEALS FOR
Says the Promise Was Plain in Republican Platform
,' and Nothing but Disaster Can Follow Its Ig
noringHopeful of Passage
PASSAIC,, X. J., May 9. Speaking at .1 banquet tonight before the Pas-
sale, "board of trade, Taft discussed the administration program before con
gress. Ho referred to the fact that tho Arizona and New Mexico statehood
bill, which passed the houVe several weeks ago, was held up by the senate.
Ho said tho objection to tho bill as passed by the house was" regarding tho dis
franchising of Mexicans who could not speak Knglish, some difference on pub
lic" lands and tho payment of tho debts of $he territories.
Hesitation on' tho part of republicans to pass tho bill would likely add
four democratic senators, ho added. Taft referred to tho fact that tho prom
ise of the1 platform is clear that this bill shall pass, and was vory anxious
that tho party meet its obligations in this regard. Ho said:
"I do not think 1 shall bo disappointed.'
Ho referred to tho fact that conservation bills with reference to tho pub
lic domniiii by which tho government shall retain control over undisposed lands
with' power of disposition or readjustment of interest in water power , sites
and coal lands,, oil lands! and phosphates, were not in an advanced state.
He believed tho bill should pass authorizing tho issue of '$30,000,000 'to con
tinue tho construction of irrigation plants begun -by th0 reclamation service, tho
bonds to be redeemed out of the sale; of piftlie' lands and water rents.
'As 'to tho interstate commerce, law, ho does not believe it has been emas
culated in both houses to tho oxtcnt the public has been lead to believe,
but it still, contains almost all tho remedial features of the original bill and
that what is omitted is neither substantial or vital. He said the whole object
of the Commerce couit was expedition in giving prompt efficiency to tho orders
of tho commission.
As to Section 12 of the railroad bill, he hoped tho section would bo re
stored to the extent of forbidding future acquisition by one line of stock in
a competing line. He experts to seo the railroad bill with important features
' retained, pass both houses within two weeks.
HUSBAND AND WIFE
Flatly ContradiGt Relatives
in Testimony Against
K-AXSAS CITV, Mo., Mny 9. lioth
Dr. B. Clark Hydo and his wifo took
tho stand in tho Swopo murder trial to
day in an effort to savo the accused
Xuc wore spared In the testimony of'
,tho two witnesses. Relatives!, former
friends and nurses who had testified for
the state against Dr. Hyde wero accused
of falsehood and trickery.
Dr. Hydo offered no excuses for his
' nctions in. treating tho sick at the
Swopo home. Xeithor did ho admit
that he might have cried. Firmly ho
said his course was right in tlio cases
of James Moss Hunton, Colou'el Thom
as H. Swopo and ChriMiinn Swopo. Ho
maintained that tho causes of death
ho gave when tho men died, ho still be
lieved to be correct.
Xover, the physicun said, did he try
to poison anyone either with typhoid
germs or drugs. Further, he swore, he
had no knowledge'' whatever, until sof
ter Colonel Swopo 's death, whether Mrs.
Hyde was to bo loft a penny of tho es
tate. Checking her tears, us best sho
could, Mrs. Hyde preceded her husband
on tho stand." Sho llatly contradicted
tho testimony given by her 'mother, her
brother 'and several sifters. She said
that Thomas II. Swopo, Jr., was not on
tho street at tho timo when ho avers
he saw Dr. Hydo throw away capsules
said to have contained cyanide, and
that sho saw Dr. Tyman tio tho string
tlint controlled the How of blobd from
her cousin, Mr. Hunton 's body.
' STATE PRINTER OF
OHIO GOES TO PEN
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May !). Former
Stato Printer Mark Slate'r was sen
tenced to four years in the Ohio peni
tentiary today by Judgo Dillon. Slater
was eonweted on tho charge of certi
fying to false vouchers.
STRIKERS THREATEN TO
BURN ENGINEER ALIVE
PITTSUURG, Kan., May 9. Eight
hundred striking miners, mostly for
eigners, but under the leadership of
Americans, attacked tho mines of tlio
Sheridan Coal company, at Puller, near
here today, drove tho engineers and
pumpmen from their work and extin
guished tho fires.
Tho mob Hien visited tho mines of
tho Chapman Coal company, the McCor
mick Coal company, tho Burnett Coal
-company and mine Xo. 39 of the Cent
COUNCIL WILL SI
ILL DEEPED TO
Water Commission Encour
aged by Results in
Convinced that an abundance of good
water can bo found beneath the Gila
conglonieiatc, tho city con'ncil has de
cided to sink the piysont deep well at
thq city pumping plant to a depth of
about 200 feet, or about 100 feet below
its present depth.
Tho discovery of water in consider
able proportions in tho drilled well ij
responsible for tho decision on the part
of tho city fathers. Tho drilled well
was not a success, by reason of tho
fact that tho tools wero lost in the holo
and ono drill still plugs tlio bottom of
this well. In spite of this fact, how
over, this well is (lowing at tho rate
of about 20,000 gallons per day and it
has given tho city dads assurance that
a good well will furnish an abundance
Instead of sinking a new drill hole,
however, it has been decidod to deepen
what is known as the deep well until
tho water strata is encountered. It is
expected that 100 feet, or less, will tap
Tho present well is 5 by 10 feet in
size and it "will bo sunk in that size. A
well of this sizo is expected to furnish
plenty of water to supply the needs of
this city for many years, if the new well
follows out the showing made by the
Bids for this work have been ordered
advertised and will bo received on next
Monday. The city will furnish all ma.
terials and supplies except tho neces
sary, powder, caps, fu'se and labor in the
well, limbers will be framed by the
It is expected that work will bo com
menced on tho new well early next
week, iu which caso it will be u matter
of only 11 short timo until the under
ground source of water supply will bo
ral Coal . Coke company, and pursued
tho Mime tactics.
At tho Chapman shaft 'a liu'mber of
the hotheads started to throw an engi
neer into the firoliox, but were prevent
ed fiom so doing by tho others.
This is tho third raid made on the
mines in this district since Friday.
There are no miners working at these
mines, but the strikers are incensed be
cause the engineers and pumpmen con
tiuuo to work.
AS THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT
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ALBAXV X Y May 9. Before Governor 0. E. Hughes goes to Washington to take up his new duties as a
mbcr of the United States supremo couVt he has a number of reforms and further investigations that lfe prom
s to make in the Empire state. When President Taft made tlio offer to Governor Hughes that he fill the post
.l vacant, bv the death of Justice Brewer he hesitated about accepting until he was intVrmed that ho would not
rcqured to bo in Washington until
.chine man, will take up the duties
Secret File Contains Many
Names No Arrests Made
GRAND JURY STILL
City and County Officers
Among Those Indictqd
on Gaming Count
As the result of tho investigation of
alleged violations of tho anti-gambling
Inwb, which has been in band by the
grand jury for tho past several days,
twenty-eight indictments against eigh
teen different persons wero returned
late yesterday afternoon.
All of the indictments were on sec
ret file and were not made public last
night, liench warrants were issued for
tho defendants upon the filing of the
indictments with tlio court. Xo arrests
were made last -night and none of the
defendants taken to-jail. In a number
of cases, however, it was admitted last
night that the parties had been notified
to appear in cou'rt this morning to
answer to charges.
It is reported that, four indictments
have been returned against peace offi
cers of this city or of this county and
that the others are against persons who
aro alleged to havo conducted gambling
games. Xo individual players have as
yet been indicted and it is undeistood
that action will be taken only against
those accused of running games, either
personally or for hire.
According to leports current late last
night, a number of people who have rea
son to believe that they have been in
dicted for violations of the ..anti-gambling
laws have already engaged coun
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October. .Lieutenant Governor Hqraee
if Governor Hughes, but the governor s
sel to represent them. Whether or not
a legal battle will result of whether
ideas of guilty will bo entered has not
been mado public.
When tho grand jury reported at 5
o'clock yesterday afternoon, that body
had not completed its work and an ad
journment was taken until this morn
ing. It is belioved that tho gambling
investigation is not yet completed and
that other indictments will be returned
today is generally believed.
The redlight matter has received no
attention as yet, as far as can be
learned and as tho cu'stomary inspection
of county ollices and buildings has not
yet been made, tho grand jury will
hardly bo able to complete its labors
Tho "present session is proving unus
ually lengthy and promises to break all
provious records, both as to the length
of time of the .session and with regard
to tho number of indictments returned
. to Escape Pains
of Dread Disease
COVINA, Cal., May 0. Tor-
A tnmrl bv asthma, which had af- 4"
flirted him for years, Dr. Allan
.Millar, a reuieii pnysiciaii, tie- v
A .iflrtl tmlnv til mill lit MltTprilM'. i
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4' and, climbing into a overeil bug- ?
gy, tired a millet 11110 111s nraiii. v
Ur. .Miliar uvea witn 111s uaugn- v
4- tor, Mrs. Thomas Uobbins. Short-
ly after noon he lett the House,
and carefully lowering tlio cur- !
tains of tho buggy, entered the
4- vehicle and killed himself.
IN SECOND ESCAPE
AVoman Masquerader Ts Too
Slick for Police
PHOEXIX, Ariz., May 9. Tt is 10
ported from Florence that Armentrout,
the youth arrested under tho name of
Claiborne, masquerading in women's
clothes at Maricopa, after escaping
from the Whittier reform school, has
escaped from the county jail at Flor
ence, wheic he was serving a thirty
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hito, who is known as n t;
friends say White will not have
Late Message from Seattle
Police Chief Asks If
He Is Wanted
WILL'BE HELD FOR
ACTION BY STUBBS
No Charge Likely by Local
Chamber of Commerce
That II. C. Ilohrabnclicr, missing sec
letary of the Globe chamber of com
merce, is either under arrest or under
surveillance by the authorities iu Se
attle is evidenced by a telegram re
ceived from that city last night by City
Marshal If. M. Anderson, asking infor
mation, as to whether or not the missing
secietaiy is wanted hero,
'Tho telegram is as follows:
Chief of Police, Globe, Ariz.
Do you want If. C. Hohrabachor,
missing secretary chamber of coinmcice.
O. W. WOPPEXSTEIX,
Chief of Police, Seattle.
The receipt of this telegram, coupled
with the fact that another telegram ask
ing for a description of the missing sec
retary was yesterday requested by the
real If. C. liohrabacher of Hellingham,
in a telegram to the Siher IJelt, indi
cates the fact that the former secre
tary of the Globe chamber of commerce
is under surveillance in Seattle and that
the ollicials can lay a finger upon him
when they desire.
While it is hardly likely that any
charges will bo preferred against "Uoh
rabacher'' by tho Globo chamber of
commerce, it is more than likely that
his arrest will be requested by It. S.
Terrible Scenes of Devas
tation at Ill-Pated
NO SINGLE BEING
TAKEN OUT ALIVE
Populace Still Living Out
in Streets as Trem
SAX JOSE, Costa Kica, May 0.
more than ono thousand dead have been
taken from the ruins of. Cartago. Xo
ono is allowed within the precincts of
tho devestatedcity except tho .Red
Cross workers and gangs of soldiers and
volunteers employed in clearing away
the debris, removing the bodies and dy
namiting the dangerous buildings. Most
of tho jsti'rvivors of the earthquake are
at San .rose.
Medicine and food from the Ameri
can warships aio being rushed from
Port liimon,- but the condition of those
who still remain around the city is buch
that extraordinary care must be taken
to provide assistance and shelter for
F.ven iu San 'Jose- the residents for
the most part am living in tents and
wooden structures fearing to occupy
their homes, as the, earth tremors con
tinue. Xo living person has ' been taken
from the ruins in the last two days, and
although a: "thousand dead, have, been
lomoved, it is known that there many
still beneath. Hecauso of general panic,
tho various organizations engaged in
the work of relief find it dftlieult to
The village of Cat is reported total
ly destroyed and the village of Entro
Ittos partially destroyed.
The nature of the earthquake that de
stroyed Cartago is now being discussed
and the general testimony of those who
suffered from it tends to show that it
resembled an explosion more than ho
mlinary seismic movement, which has
been felt throughout the republic dur
ing the past two or three weeks.
Stubbs, general freight and pa.ssengeT
agent of the Randolph system, through
whom Ifohrabachcr cashed a worthless'
check for $200, on the Southern Pacific
offices in Los Angeles.
President F. F. Towle, of the chamber
of commerce stated last night that as
far as he knew, no action would be
taken by tho chamber of commerce to
ward piosecuting the former secretary.
He stated further, however, that he
believed U. S. Stubbs wou'fd file
charges against the bogus liohrabacher
and that he would ask his detention
until Stubbs had an opportunity to file
As tho Ifohrabachcr case is unrav
eled, it becomes constantly more appar
ent that the former secretary of the
Globe chamber of commerce filched not
onlv the name, but the reputation of the
leal It. C. Ifohrabachcr of Uellingham,
Wash., and used literature compiled by
the latter while employed by a num
ber of public organizations in the
northwest, to make his false stand more
'The fact that he exhibited not only
miblications of the real Itohrabacher.
but circular letters and other matter
compiled by the, latter, indicates tliat
he had worked in the northwest and had
been sullicieutly 111 touch with the man
whom he represented .himself to be to
obtain credentials sufficient to make
good his bluff.
Marshal Anderson answered the tel
egram, saying that there was no charge
against the bogus Kohrabaehor here,
but referring tho Seattle police chief
to Stubbs in Tucson, who will prob
ably swear out a warrant for his deten
tion. FORESTER FORCED
TO FLEE FROM AN
, INFURIATED EAGLE
ni'KNA VISTA, Colo., May !).
f J. K. Martin, a forest ranger, was 4
fr attacked by an eagle yesterday
while riding down the mountain
4 side, and, being unarmed, was 4-
compelled finally to seek protec-
4 tion among some thick bushes. The
big bird darted down upon his 4-
head, tearing lus scalp and iacer-
ating his face. 4
iW ii DEIGNS
UR llllWI '
King Gqorge Y Proclaimed
With Traditional Cere
, moil' of British
ASKS OPENING OF
Royalty from Continent Ar
rives to Mourn Passing
of King Edward
LOXDOX, May 9. George V was
proclaimed king throughout the empire
today, with all tho traditional cere
mony of centuries. In Dublin, tho
Ulster king at arms read the proclama
tion in the presence of Lord Aberdeen.
lord lieutenant of Ireland, and Ladv
The country is now beginning to re
sume its normal life, the king's earneot
desire being that except on the day of
the funeral of Edward VII, which is .
fixed ior May 20, the national mourn,
ing should inflict no unnecessary sac
rificcs upon the people.
Premier Asquith and Reginald Mc
Kenna, first lord of the admiralty, ar
rived in London tonight. Other mem
bers of the cabinet and officials holding
important positions under the govern
ment, are hastening to the capital.
King Haakon and Queen Maud of
Xorway were met at the station tonight
bv Kiuc George and Queen Mary, and
young Prince Olaf threw his arms
around Ins uncle's necK. Hie party
drove immediately to iiiickingham
palace, where they viewed the body of
the late king.
A brief) religious service wasield in
King George fn a letter' to the the
atrical managers expressed the wish
that the theaters reopen until the day
of the funeral, on account of the num
ber of people who would be thrown out
of work through the closing of the
houses. The plan will be carried out.
The king issued another letter in which
. "Knowing so well the feelings of my
beloved father, I am sure it would be
contrary' to Ins wishes that there should
bo any interruption to the enjoyment
of the public during the Whitsuntide
holiday. 1 therefore hope the general
mourning will not prevent my people
froin taking that usual advantage of
the various opportunities afforded them
for the coming duy."
May Be a Victim
of Murder Club
DKNVKIt, Colo., May 9. Dou-
bled up in a corner of a coal bin,
the body pf Mrs. Ifidgeway Wil-
son, aged 3, was discovered this
afternoon. She had been strangled
with a cloth. The police are search-
ing for a Japanese employed by
Mrs. Wilson to clean the house.
fr A peculiar mutilation of the
woman's faco has given rise to -i-
the theory that she was the vie-
tim of a secret oriental organiza-
FOR KING EDWARD
WASHINGTON, 1). C, May 9
Adopting resolutions of condolence pre
sented by Senator Cullom on behalf of
the committee on foreign relations, the
senate adjoin ned at 3 p. 111. today in
respect to the memory of King Kdward.
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 9. Fore
cast for Arizona: Fair Tuesday and
cooler in the northern portion; Wednes
Don't forget the ball given by the
Ladies of tho Maccabees at Maurel Hall
tomorrow evening. Refreshments will
be served at 2oc the couple.
BE OFFICIAL AT
PASA1C, N. J., May 9. Pros-
ident Taft, 111 all probability, will
i- designate Theodore Roosevelt as a 4
special ambassador to rcprese.lt
the United States at the funeral
of King Edwaid.
He said tonight he would take
the matter up with Secretary
Knox when he returns to Wash
fr ington. 4