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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Thursday, May 26, 1910.
THE WHEELS OF JUSTICE.
10NDON In the spring! Sunshine,
tho Tunnies ngleani with sll
j vcr ripples, singing ns It
tlows: red sails! Joyous Lon
don that lias emerged from fogs and
basks beneath blue skies! On such n
day about 10 o'clock In the morning
three persons whoso appearance distin
guished them from the ordinary pass
ersby turned Into a narrow thorough
fare not far from tho Strand.
"Quite worth while going to hear
John Steele conduct for his client. I
assure you, Lord Honsdale," observed
one, a tall, military looklug man, who
walked with a slight limp and carried
n cane. "lie's ti uow man. but he's
making his mark. When ho asked to
bo admitted to the English bar ho sur
prised oven his examiners. His sum
ming up In the Doughcrtio murder
case was, I heard his lordship remark,
ono of the most masterly efforts he
ever listened to. Just toro the circum
stantial evidence to pieces nud freed
his man! Besides his profession at
tho bur. he Is an unusually gifted
criminologist, takes n strong personal
Interest In the lowest riffraff, Is writ
lng a book, I understand one of tho
kind that will throw a new light on
"Just what Is a criminologist?" Tho
speaker, a girl of about eighteen, turn
ed as sho lightly asked the question to
,glance over her shoulder toward sev
eral persons who followed thorn.
"Ono who seeks to apply to the crim
inal tho methods of psychology, psy
chiatry and anthropology," ho' answer
ed, with Jesting lmpresslveucss.
"When ono Is only a sort of country
cousin," the girl waved a small, dain
tily gloved hand to tho Uttlo group of
friends who now approached and
Joined them. "Captain Forsythe is
trying to persuado mo It Is n legiti
mate part of our, slumming plan to
take In murder trials, uncle." she said
lightly, addressing tho foremost of tho
newcomers. "Just because it's a fad of
his. Speaking of this acquaintance or
friend of yours. Mr. Steele you are
something of a criminologist, too, aro
you not. Captain Forsytho?"
"Well, every man should have a
bobby." returned that Individual, "and,
although I don't asplro to the long
name you call me. 1 confess to a slight
"Slight!" sho icpeated. "Would you
Lellevo It. aunt" to a portly lady
among thoso who had approached
"ho never misses a murder trial? 1
believe he likes to watch tho poor fel
lows fighting for t.ielr lives, to study
their faces, their expressions when
they're being sentenced perhaps to one
of those, horrible convict ships!"
"Don't speak of them, my dear Joce
lyn!" returned that worthy person,
with a shudder. "When I think of tho
Lord Nelson nud that awful night"
"You were three days in nn open
boat before being sighted nnd picked
up, I believe, Lady Wray?" observed
"Every one behaved splendidly," in
terposed Sir Charles. "You," gazing
contemplatively at tho girl, "were but
a child then, Jocclyn."
She did not answer. Tho beautiful
face had abruptly changed. All laugh
ter had gono from tho clear blue eyes.
"She Is thinking of the convict who
saved her," observed Sir Charles In nn
explanatory tone to Captain Forsythe.
"Anu the amazing part of It is tho
fellow looked like a brute, had tho
low, Ignorant face of an ex-bruiser."
"You must not speak of hlra that
way!" Tho girl's bauds were clasped;
tho slender, shapely figure was very
straight. Her beautiful blue eyes, full
of vnrylug lights, flashed, then became
dimmed, A suspicion of mist bliured
tho long, sweeping lashes. "He had a
big, noble spark In his soul, and I think
of him many, many times," she re
peated, the sweet, gay lips trembling
sensitively. "Urave fellow! Bravo
"Pity he should have been drowned,
though," Captain Forsythe went on.
"Ho would, I am sure, have made a
most Interesting study In contrasts."
Here Honsdale lifted his hatv "May
hnppen back this way," ho observed.
"That Is," looklug at Jocclyn Wray, "if
you don't object."
"I? Not at all. Of course It would
bore you trial! You aro so easily
bored. Is It tho club?"
"No, another engagement. Thank
you so much for permission to return
for you. Very kind. Hopo you will
And It amusing. Good morning!" And
Lord Itousdalo vanished down the nar
Tho others of tho party entered the
courtroom nud were shown to tho seats
that Captain Forsythe had taken par
ticular pains to reserve for them.
"That's John Steele cross examining
now," Captain Forsythe whispered to
ibo clrl. And the witness that's
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Dandy Joe. as lie's ennea, oue or iw
police spies, cheap race track man and
so on. In tho box. He came to the
front In a murder trial quite celebrat
ed In its day -and one I always had
my own little theory about. Not that
It matters now." he added, with a sigh.
But tho girl was llstcniug to another
voice, n clear voice, a quiet voice, a
voice capable of the strongest varying
accents. Sho looked at the speaker.
He held himself with tho assurance
of one certain of his ground. His
shoulders were straight and broad. He
stood like an athlete, and when he
moved It was Impossible to be uncon
scious of a ccrtnln physical grace that
camo ,frnm well trained muscles. He
carried his head high, as If from a
habit of thought of looking up. not
down, when ho turned from tho pagc3
of tho heavy tomes In his study. His
faco conveyed an Impression of Intel
ligence and Intensity. His eyes, dark
and deep, searched fully those they
Ho had reached n point in his cross
examination where he had almost
thoroughly discredited this witness
for tho prosecutlqn when, turning to
ward a table to take up a paper, his
glance, casually lifting, rested on the
distinguished party In tho rear of tho
room, or, rather, it rested on one of
them. Against the dark background
the girl's golden hair was well calcu
lated to catch tho. wandering gaze.
The flowers In her bat, the great bunch
of violets in her dress added Insistent
alluring bits of color in the dim spot
where she snt. Erect as a Illy stem,
sho looked oddly out of place In that
larger somber room There, where the
harsh requiem of bruised and broken
lives unceasingly sounded, she seemed
,llko some presence typical of spring,
wafted thither by mistake. Tho man
continued to regard her. Suddenly ho
started, and his eyes almost eagerly
searched .ho lovely, proud face.
Ills bac.- was turned to tho judge,
who stirrer nervously, but waited a
fraction of a second beforo he spoke.
"If tho '.toss examination Is finish
ed" he began.
John Steele wheeled; his faco chang
ed; a smile of singular charm accom
panied his answer.
"Your lordship will pardon me; tho
human mind has Its aberrations. At
tho momeut, by a curious psycholog
ical turn, a feature of another prob
lem seized me. It was like playing
two games of chess at once. Per
haps your honor has experienced tho
His lordship beamed. "Quito so,"
he observed unctuously.
Tho business of the morning ran on,
and John Steele at leugth concluded
his cross cxnmhiatlon. "I 'think, your
lordship, the question of the reliabil
ity of this man as a witness In this
or any other case fully established."
"Any other case?" said his lord
ship. "Wo aro not trying nny other
"Witness may go," said his lordship
Dandy Joe. a good deal damaged in
tho world's estimation, stepped down.
Ills erstwhile well curled mustache of
brick dust hue seemed to droop ns ho
slunk out of the box. no appeared
subdued, almost frightened, quite un
like tho jaunty little cockney that had
stepped so blithely forth to givo his
Tiio witnesses nil heard, John Steele,
for the defense, spoko briefly, but his
words were well chosen, his sentences
of classic purity. As the girl listened
it seemed to her not strange that Cap
tain Forsythe, as well as others per
haps, should bo drawn hither ou oc
casions when this man appeared.
Straight, direct logic characterized the
speech from beginning to end. Only
onco did n suggestion of sentiment
curt pity for that gin besotted thing,
the prisoner obtrtule 'itself; then it
passed so quickly his lordship forgot
to intervene, and tho effect remained,
a flash, Illuminating, Rcinbrnndt-likc.
Time slipped by. Tho judge looked
nt his watch, bethought him of a big
silver dish tilled with amber hucd spe
cialty of the Ship and Turtle nnd ad
journed court. Ills address Interrupt
ed by tho exigencies of the moment.
John Steele began mechanically to
gather up his books. Ho absently sep
arated them again. At tho same tlino
Sir Charles and his party walked to
ward tho bench. They were unt by
his lordship and cordially greeted.
"A privilege. Sir Charles, to meet
one we have heard of so often In tho
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News of a Day in Arizona
Valley Mexican Will Market
Hides of Immense Horde
Conducting a dog ranch may not be
regarded generally as a profitable busi
ncss, but nevertheless there is one man
,out in Sulphur Springs valley who
makes a good living at it, says a Bis
Ho is a Mexican and herded together
on Jus plot ot property over one hun
dred canines of various breeds, from
setters to common yaller dogs without
a pedigree. He raises them for com
mercial purposes, those of bettor breed
being sold to any chance traveler who
may happen through and desire one of
them. On tho other hand, thoso of
common extraction aro raised morely
for their hidc3, and once or twice a year
a bunch of them are killed, skinned
and their hides shipped to eastern mar
kets, whero they bring a good price.
Dog hides aro used in the manufac
ture of many leather articles, on ac
count of, their pliable naturo, being
ued more for gloves than anything
else, although sometimes employed in
the manufacture of shoes, harness, etc.
When out in the valley with his
scholars the other day, Prof. It. T. Ed
munds, of the South Bisbeo school, took
a group photograph of these dogs, and
sixty-two are shown in one view. Misses
Kinnoy and Cunningham, also with tho
party, snapped views containing nearly
Tucson Negro Shows Up
.With Nose and Face
Mashed to a Pulp
Pllis nose smashed into an, unrecog
nizable pulp and several facial bones
broken, George Reilly, a Tucson negro,
was found by Sergeant GiJy Tucker in
a half crazed condition Sunday night.
Ho was taken to police station and
County Physician Troutman was sum
moned. The physicians dressed his
wounds and scut tho man to St. Mary'
Beforo being sent to tiio hospital
Iteilly stated to the oflicers that Paul
Mathers and Louis Clemens, two otlior
negroes, had cheated him out of some
$81) in a game of "black jack" in Ma
tliors' saloon just oil Court street. He
declared that when' he accused them of
cheating he was assaulted. The last
thing ho remembers, he says, was that
of begsring Mathers, who had a .22 cal
ibio nlle, not to shoot him. The evi
dence goes to show that tho man was
struck in tho face with tho rille, as
blood was found on tho end of the rifle
BLACK FACES JURY
ON SECOND CHARGE
Accused of Embezzling from
Tucson Loan Company
John A. Black, former secretary of
tho Tucson Building & Loan associa
tion, with headquarters in Tucson,
was Monday placed on trial for the
second timo'in a Pima district court on
an embezzlement charge. At his for
mer tiiul, held at the last term of
court, a jury acquitted him of the
of the tlirco charges agninst him. Two
othcis remain to be heard. Tho present
one charges that Black embezzled the
sum of $1,083.02 of the funds of the or
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Professor Blake Recently
Received High Degree
Four days after being honored with
tho degree of L. L. D. from tho Uni
versity of California, William P. Blake,
professor emeritus at tho University of
Arizona, died Sunday at Berkeley, Cal.
Pneumonia Was the cause of his death.
Professor Blako was formerly head
of tho mining department of the Cali
fornia university. He left Tucson over
a week ago to take part in the golden
jubilee of tho Berkeley institution and
was one of tho honored guests. Sud
denly ho camo down with pneumonia
and died, after a very brief illness.
The deceased camo to Arizona from
Now Haven, Connecticut, whero he was
a professor in Yale university. Ho had
charge of tho construction of tho Wal
nut Grovo dam, later going to Berke
ley. Returning to this territory ho be
came a teacher in the University of
Professor Blako was 83 years of age.
INDIANS SCARED AT
ECLIPSE OF MOON
Build Big Bonfires to Intimi
Frightened by tho eclipse of the moon
and the consequent brilliant view af
forded them of Halley's comet Monday
night, moro than ono hundred super
stitious Yuma Indians built a series
of seven bonfires extending along the
Tucson road to Pastimo park from Tuc
son to .Too Campini's ranch, as a propi
tiation to the celestial powers.
Tho Indians wore brought from Yu
ma.' to Tucson as witnesses in cases un
der investigation by tho federal grand
jury. The cou'rthouso was packed with
them throughout the day and they pre
sented a picturesque appearance, with
their long hair and gaudy raiment.
They were considerably frightened hy
the phenomena in tho heavens.
BOTH LEGS CUI OFF
Blacksmith Falls Under
Moving Train at Winkel-
man and May Die
Whiio boarding a pa&scngcr train at
Winkclman Monday, J. L. Black, aged
07, was thrown from the steps of tho
passenger train beneath tho wheels nud
both legs badly crushed.
Black was employed at tho Davis
blacksmith shop at Winkelman and was
going to Kelvin for a visit.
So badly crushed were his legs that
it uas found necessary to amputate
both of tho injured members. Ho was
hurried to Kelvin, where tho Arizona
Eastern doctor performed tho opera
tion. Black is in a serious condition and it
is feared that his chanco for recovery
is very small.
When the accident took place several
were standing within a fow feet of
Black, but it nil happened so quickly
that ho was u'ndcr the train before any
one could come to his assistance.
Black camo heie recently from San
CHOSEN IN BISBEE
At the city election in Bisbcc Mon
day tho republicans elected a mayor,
thico councilmcn and a city marshal.
The democrats elected tlireo council
men, a street superintendent, and a city
clerk. The new republican mayor is
Dr. C. L. Edmuudson, who defeated
George Xeale, tho present incumbent,
MIAMI, eleven miles from Globe, is now tho terminal of tho Gila Val
ley, Globe & Northern railway. It has a postofflce, express office,
telograph ofllco arid a three-trlp-a-day train service with Globo.
Three months ago Miami had ono house; it now has two hundred. Miami
has a population of 600. The population of Miami district is 2,000. In the
Miami district are tho Miami, Warrior, Inspiraton, Keystone, Live Oak, Cor
dova, Boston-Miami, Cactus. Gibson, Duquesne, Schulze Group and Cole De
velopment copper mines, with a capitalization of $30,000,000. Miami is the
distributing point for these mines. The Miami mine now, employs 600 men,
with a monthly payroU of $75,000. The first month's freight receipts at Mi
ami wero over $40,000. Miami is growing rapidly. All lines of business are
represented. It baa a weekly newspaper, Tho Miami Messenger. Many
business opportunities are still open. It is predicted that by January 1,
1911, the population will be 3,000.
Miami Business Directory
WILKINS BEOS, Props.
Dairy Products Deliver
The Miami Saloon
The place to meet your
Town Divided Over Proceed
ings Growing Out of
At a meeting of tho Commercial as
"ooiation Tuesday evcnl ig charges
ucro preferred against two pol'co o,Ti
ceis of this district. Tho clw.ges were
hi ought by E. A. Earthal, the proprietor
ef the Eoyal restaurant ana ni'glect of
duty on the part of the oflicers who ar
rested Fitzpatrick early Sunday meru
it p 'is alleged.
'There seems to bo a great deal of
s-iiirin.cnt for and against Officer Wo i-l
ar.l Walker and most of Minim's cit
izens are taking sides in the affair.
Many seek to condemn thesa men be
cau'jc Fitzpatrick was allowed Jo hire
a nuard to watch him through tho night
.'I'slead of being taken to jail. Their
i'rends are equally anxious to justify
Un course that was taken. .ludgo La
fayette P. Nash today tendered his
-CMgnation both as a member of the
', olice committee and ns a 'number of
Oie Commercial association.
A committee was appointed to 'nves
t gate tho charges.
BALL GAME PROCEED
There is considerable excitement
among the Hickeys and the Dickeys
n itgard to the music for Sunday's
b'M game. John Phillip Snusa will not
b'1 able to get here. Efiorts aro now
bfAR made to securo Bautii Rossa
l-.ugenio Sorrentino was conimunicited
with late yesterday afternoon and he
u'.U make a desperato effort to bring
(he band from Italy in :bii to be on
hand for tho game.
Ihc Lusitania will probjhly bo char
liicu nnd a record run aoros the At-aiitir-
be made. Citizens -ir-) still sub
sciibing largo amounts ti.vauls the
I'riiel to defray expenses. At the last
report almost $2.00 had been pledged.
Uhe American leagao assii'i-ationJus
It'll graphed Captain Taotu Carpenter
B;oufleld asking for a s-iries of games
to bo played in Miami.
LEWY REFUSES TO
Victims of: Alleged Embez
zler Divide in Vain
.It hough the victims of Richard
Itwj have divided tho ruiwv amo'.g
thotr.sclvcs they have been unnblo to
;,-ot hold of it. Lcwy is very firm in
.lis resolve not to part with his loot
I'd it will probably be sum'' time bc
fcn1 it can bo taken nnay from him.
Alter the victims had .agreed on a
method of division Lcwy was requested
to sign an order turning the money
j .'! to them. He told Ihem he nrver
stoic the money and he was not gJing
t') lot them havo it.
This came as a shock to Smargonsky
and Cohen, as it is claimed lie had al
ready admitted that he toik tho money.
Lowy is now spending his lime Ian
guishing in the bastile.
OUTSIDE OF COURT
All Parties Satisfied with
Mike Jovovich was sued several days
ago by Samuel Abraham and judgment
obtained. As Jovovich was unable to
pay tho amount Abraham garnisheed
a debt which was owed Jovovich by his
brother which amounted to $230.
George Jovovich gave a note for the
amount due in thirty days to Abraham
yesterday in the court of Judge Xasii.
Although no money has been exchanged
between the trio all seem to bo satis
fied with the adjustment of the difficul
ties. Cut flowers for Memorial day. Mrs.
Win. Pohl, cor. Cottonwood and High.
Phono Black 104.
Do you want anything
moved from Globe to
Miami? If so see me
about it. If you want
water I haul it.
C. H. CAPPS
STAPLE AND FANCY
Garnishment Issued by W.
A. Mclntyre to Collect
Debt of $43
A writ of attachment was issued
yfeterday in the court of Judg' Nash
-.gainst the property of II. Brewer. Tho
con plaint was made by W, A. Mcln
tyre, who alleges that Brewer owes
him u board bill of $43.
The property attached consist'; of a
black horse and saddle. At the pres
ent time the horso is in tbo stable of
the Miami Livery company. As the
proprietor claims there is yet $15 duV
him for the board of tho horse it has
been impossible for Mclntyre to obtain
possession of it or to forco a s.ile.
An effort to sell the horse and fet
tle the bills is being made by Brewer.
Stuart Foster of Atlanta, Ga., was in
Miami was visited by one of the
worst dust storms of the season yester
day. Most of the day it was impos
sible to see across the street.
Building is still going on at a rapid
Tho Italian who made his getaway af,
tcr assaulting a woman of tho rcdlight
district Sunday night, has not been
captured. lie loft town in such a hur
ry that it is presumed he has not been
ablo to put the brake on and stop run
ning. J. U. l'hillipson was in Miami on
There is some talk of incorporating
Tho new Roddan building is nearing
completion. J. his will be one of tho
best building's in town.
The usual nu'mber of fingers aro be
ing mashed daily on the structural iron
work of the pew power plant. r-
Scveral minor improvements are be
ing made at the airdome.
Beginning today tho general deliv
ery window of tho postoflice will be
open after tho distribution of the ev
Tho proposed wrestling match bo
tween Leo Rockier and Al Christenson
was a frost. Ono solitary fan bought a
ticket, and as ho constituted the entire
crowd, tho exhibition was called off.
Draft Through Hole Caused
by Allen Suicide Leads
to Broken Shoulder
As the indirect result of the tragic
shooting affair of a few weeks ago, in
which Thomas X. Allen murdered his
wife and shot himself, Ju'iius Monmon
ior, one of the assistant superintendents
nt the Miami Copper company, was
painfully injured early yesterday morn
Monmonicr was rooming in tho Al
len house, in the room directly above
tho one in which Allen shot himself.
Th0 bullet which killed Allen passed
through tho floor of tho room above
and out through tho roof, tearing a
hole of considerable sizo through the
Tho draft through tho holo annoyed
Monmonicr and taking a 'lantern, he
climbed onto tho roof in an effort to
patch up tho hole. In some unknown
manner ho lost his footing and fell to
the groifnd, about twenty feet below,
fracturing his shoulder blade.
Monmonicr 's injuries wero dressed by
Dr. Van Horn. Ho will probably be
incapacitated for some time, as the re
sult of tho accident.
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