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"Sir" Volume II. No, 24, DAnRlklM SILVER BELT f 'ft FINANCIAL SITUATION IS MUCH BRIGHTER IN THE EAST TWO BIG TRUST COMPANIES CARED FOR AND PROM ISE TO BE GOOD 6 t v id Shipments Have Been f ther Increased and Stock V K6t Goes Upward, GLOBE, GILA COUNTY, AWAnA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1907 SEVEN MILLIONS IN GOLD HANDLED AS OLD SCRAP RUNS ON TRUST COM PANIES HAVE STOPPED Now nat the Danger Is Past r - Believed the Banks Will G idually Fill to Overflowing w Reserve Money, Mated Press. ORK, November G. Tho gen- im t ncial situation is very favor- ifcie jv n tho trust companies have t ceased under the oncourag rt of the trust company com- r Ru :?5 ijagements have beon further Ttf n -k market roso buoyantly in nsi-i" ion of these. conditions. Tb. uounceomnt that an agreement tad a -t been reached by which the Trcst aipany of America and tho Lin ens 1'ust company were to deposit tieir s ks m tho hands of a commit-t;- of irust company presidents and ffcrp 'vcive all the support required nan-a cleared the air in regard to tte trua company situation. Now tnat the danger has been rc nvei s believed the situation will pailaa simmer down with a continu es arr al of gold until tho stringency h ;oDtre(l into a plethora of reserve cjnev o the banks which usually fol lows a tisis. A!djnal gold engagements an t:ancci today were $1,000,000 on ac cant of Lazard Frcrs and a half mil L;a f-' Montreal. This brings 'the to tal gciJ engagement for America on tis rcrot movement to $37,300,000, Thirb w .aid afford the amount required fsr tae icgal reserve against deposits cf ilo .010.000. Their s still somo apprehension rc pidisg the possible effect of tho Bank cf England's check on tho outilow of jc!J f'uro London by raising tho dis :znt rate on Thursday. I is understood that tho arrangement ot nhi'ft the committeo of trust com (inv prsidents takes control of tho cajjr" jf the stock of the Trust Com pnv of merica and the Lincoln Trust '-iao is only a temporary device of establishing confidence. What is to be IE" ultimate disposition of tho stock Us not been seriously considered, but i a certain that the trust company '.nnutK-i and the clearing houso com- eUcp w t insist that these companies ptn" the future a policy of tho tin-test conservatism and that they liai) c embark in any underwritings wfcish an- not capable of being convert fJ 'ea.i tnto cash. Stock Quotations Tfc" pr oripal advances in stocks yes-t-rda" (vprn m Union Pacific, United S'atM epj, Calumet & Arizona, all of tiB , rabed up four points, with 1 af) c'olidatcd next in line. Old ten o. t held its own -and showed con-W-rai strength at tho close. The if H Bru company posted the fclbwu.g . losing quotations last night: Bid Asked Mpn 33.30 caigjQjted 30.30 E"r. u SmiItpr ..... 70..17 . 17.73 (O.UU l':u jfic . CS.00 fi i 11.12 ommon 25.12 pref erre(l 8 1.12 mmercial .. Now York broker who, after tho elope ment, nsserted that Miss Mnlonoy hnd married him, hns become n convert to tho Roman Catholic church and his mnr riage hns been accepted as legally valid by Miss Mnlonoy 's family. Tho popo is said to have refused to annul tho marriage. Mrs. Maloney has been mi prostrated by tho ovents of tho last fow weeks that sho has had to no to a snnitnrimii in Philadelphia, believed to bo Dr. S. Wicr Mitchell's privnto hospital. 1110 prcsenco in Philadelphia of oithor Mr. Maloney or his daughter is authori tatively denied, although their arrival is expected hourly. Theso facts wero obtained today from 0110 of Mr. Maloney 'h attornoys and from a girl chum of Miss Malonoy who knew of tho Osborn marriage and is familiar with tho incidonts lendinir 11 n to her elopement with Clarkson. Tho fact that Osbomo hns become a. Roman Catholic may havo everything to do with tho ultimate solution of he affair, since tho opposition to him by tho Maloney family was on account of the religious differences of tho young people Upon tho heels of the confirm ation of tho Osborn mnrrlago comes the chargo mado by Miss Maloney 's friends and relatives that Clarkson was never really in lovo with tho young heiress, but was after her money. It is declared that h.o was fully nwnro of her provious marriage and hnd beon warned by a New York lawyer that a second mar- lage would bo bigamy. '"? By Associated Press. -" NEW YORK. Nnvnmliftf n it 1 "With no moro ceremony nor enro w than if iron bnnded woodon boxes 1'f contitlned so muuh tin or other : w bnso metal, more thnn $7,000,000 w in gold was brought to this port yesterday by tho steamer Kron " i'f Prinzess Ceeelio and wns trans- i'f ferred from the strong room of tho w vessel to Wall street today. Tho ;: gold coin was takon to tho sub- treasury, whilo tho bars wore iiumpocl at tlio assay olllcc. The . .. . .w i BANK HOLIDAYS PRICE FIVE CENTS STdR THE COURTS Judge Lawlor Would Have Them Suspended that Ford Case May Continue ARRANGED FOR BURIAL AND THEN SUICIDED By Associate!! Press. SAN FRAftCISCO, CaL November 6. 'I? government immediatelv mlvnncod iS S"Po" Jugo Lawlor had a confor- :: to tho bankers to whom tho gold ft onco wi.th t" fading banks this after wns consigned 00 per cent of its it -.'f vnluo in bills nnd sninll curroncy. ft ::- :: ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft HEUST APPEARS IN ROLE LILER Attempts to Shift Responsibil ity for Chanler Story to the "Hired Man" COPPER LOWER IN LONDON AND UNCHANGED AT HOME By Associated Press. NEW YORK, November C Copper wns lower in London, with spot quoted at 03 Cs nnd futures at 03. Locally tho market was dull and unchanged. Lead was unchanged at 1S in the London market and weak locally, with quotations ranging from -1.30 to 4.73. Speltor was lower at 21 13s in Lon don and weak in tho local market at 3.13 to 5.23. Iron was higher in tho English mar ket with standard foundry at 19s; Cleveland warrants at 49s 10V1. Lo cally no chango is reported. LOSANGELESSTOPS iax mm Will Leave Funds in Circulation to Relieve Strain on the City Banks NEW YORK, November 0. William R. Hearst appeared before Justice Wy att in tho court of spocinl sessions today for a hearing on tho clmrgo oi? criminal libel brought against him by former congressman William A. Chanler. Chan lor alleges that libel was -contained in a recent articlo appearing in the New j-York .lournnl concerning the ense of Raymond Hitchcock m which Chnnlcr's name was mentioned. At tho conclusion of tho hearing counsel for Hearst moved that tho case be dismissed, and that Hearst be not held to the grnnd jury on tho ground that his proprietorship of tho paper had not been proven nnd that the article in question hnd not been shown to bo of a libelous character. In this connec tion, it wns testified by an employee, of tho Journal that Mr. Hearst never wrote for that paper and that his only interest was in a financial way. Justiec Wyatt said he would render n decision on next "Wednesday. noon with a.yiew of ascertaining if it will bo practicable to temporarily sus pend tho banl holidays for a few days without inviting serious financial dif ficulties in orMor that courts of justice might rcsumoilnd concludo some o'f tho most prcssinij'Vasos, especially tho trial of Ford, geneHl counsel for tho United rnil roads. IttV court today tho judge told the Fora. jurors who aro chafinir under tho lonfc(confinenicnt and absence from businessthnt Tie would investigate tho situntion ,id -see if something could not be ,4pno to have tho holidays discontinued temporarily that tho Ford enso might bQ flushed. UTE INDIANS RESTLESS AND 'TROUBLE FEARED I ft By Associated Press. ft STANISLAU, Cal., November G. rf w .lolin a. Baugh, nssistant Santa ft ft Fo depot agent, committed suicido ft ft in his office today by shooting him- ft ft self through tho heart with a re- ft ft vnlver. Baugli was a bachelor, ft ft Melancholy and constant brooding ft ft unbalanced his mind. Ho entered ft ft into a written agreement with lo- ft ft cal undertakers soveral months ago ft -..- regarding tho price and nrrangc ft meiits in connection with shipping '.? 111s uody back to New Jersey, ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft s;; ; TAYLOR AND LANGDON WIN BY CLEAR CUT MAJORITIES .V, J', J INCREASE OF POPULATION SINCE FIRE IN 'FRISCO PATRONAGE DISPENSERS SALVE TH PRESIDENT By Associated Press. AVASII1NGTON, JD. -C, .November.. - President Roosevelt today received tho following from Timothy L. Wood ruff, da'.cd New York: "Our great sweep vith a straight republican ticket in Kirgs county, normally democratic By Associatod'Press. HURON, S. p., November 0. James Macomber reached hero today from tho scene of the Indian troubles nnd says the Utes aro5very restless and that some open threats aro made. While thoro is no occ"fteion for immediate nlarm it is a fact thni.tho mattor may become serious at rai moment. Tho troublo originated frot fenr that the govern ment would wttuhold rations and with tho approach of winter the Indians ap prehended destitution. Several men horo who desired to go to tho reserva tion wero Jnforsicd that no permits will be issued to civilians to cross tho river and close wntdK is being kept on all visitors. TAKING EVIDENCE III WIS TRIAL J I All Witnessej Were Excluded from the Qouctjroom Save .- -FouiMrFive. " By Associated Press. SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., November 0. Bnscd on the new directory, which is about to come from the press, tho pres ent population of ban Francisco is esti mated u't 480,035. Oakland estimates that city at 255,000. Added to an Francisco, tho grand total for tho four bay cities is 775,030. Tho increase is 130,035 since tho firo. explained that, not being in the clear ing house, tho bank had to settle its balances in gold, which is being rapidly drained, so it was deemed best by the board of directors to nvail themselves of tho holidays. When the bank will begin to pay it cannot be ascertninn.l Tho cashier of the bank stated that they would havo to realize upon securities beforo reopening. TAYLOR WILL HAVE 1,000 MAJORITY OVER HIS CONTESTANTS DIVORCES IN CHICAGO Decrees Granted Number 15 per Cent of Marrlago Licenses OLD POLITICIAN DEAD By Associated Press. NEW YORK, November 0. Daniel F. McMahon, who was tho leader of Tammany Hall with Charles F. Mur phy and Louis Haffcn, who retired two years ago from the chairmanship of the executive committee, died today at At lantic City. Richard Croker regarded McMahon as one of his closest political friends. CHICAGO, November 0. Domestic infelicities, as aired in Cooke County courts havo increased ut a startling rate. Tho proportion of divorces grant ed in Cook county is 15 per cent of tho mnrrlago licenses issued. j The records show that while last week there were 317 marriage licenses issued, me courts granted torty-eight decrees of separation, thus making the average a little more than 15 per cent. During tho week there were filed in tho superior court eighty-seven chancery suits, sixty one of which wero applications for di vorce. Of the sixty-three chancery suits filed in the circuit court during tho week thirty-five were divorce bills. WOMAN SOCIALIST IS AEEESTED Langdon Leads McGowan, the Socialist Candidate, by at Least 1,000 Votes, UNION LABOR PARTY SAVES TWO CANDIDATES Broderi'Jk, Democratic Candi date for Supervisor, Is De feated in the Last Moment Langdon on the Results, Placed in Chain Gang with Others for Speaking on Street TO ENFORCE THE LAW By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, D. C, November 0. Secretary of Agriculture Wilson today issued n- notice regarding tho interstate movement of cattle and swine affected with tuberculosis, giving warning that violators of tho law governing the sub ject would be vigorously prosecuted. Violations of the act are punishable by fino and imprisonment. ANOTHER UNION RESTRAINED By Associated Press. DUBUQUE, Iowa, November 0. Fed eral Judge Orccd today granted the Chicago & Great Western a temporary injunction restraining tho Oelwein strikers and the union from interfering in any manner with the company's property nnd employees. Hearing on the permanent injunction was set for April, 100S. SEATTLE, Wash., November C Eight socialist speakers and a like num ber of sympathizers wero arrested here last night for speaking in tho streets. The socialists havo arranged for their speakers to appear on tho streets every night and attempt to hold public meet ings. Mayor Mooro has declared that ho will not allow the strcoi meetings. The socialists havo secured about forty speakers and will continue the meetings. Last night those arrested were refused bail and placed in the chain gang. Among Uiose arrested was Mrs. Hat tic F. Titus, wife of a socialist leader in this city. By Associated Press. SPOKANE, Wash., November 0. A by 20100, was accomplished by tho use special .from Rathdrutn, Idaho, says the nearly The following from Congressman-elect John W. Langlcy, dated Pinkstile, Ky., U'nu rn(inivnl twlntr 1 1 tf ,. 1.. Aa n fnvnr i lnrn1 lintilrora ulm fnnl . . " "' """" """ "- 0,U10. Tho mountains did tho most made o' your -unparalleled strength with taking of testimony in tho trial of Ad- tho people. Somo of our candidates had . t i i t. i m i , noarlv "rtnnn mninriv nm3 for tho murder of lred Tyler be- LOS ANGELES, Cal., November C- Beau nh Scattn y I BlUD ( I S S i a n filOgtlj abr Vrt JlJ I. Tun, ttab KfDD Gbbf lieu,. Natii., a'anf inea 'dated lidated xploration Boston .... ilobo 'Mtsburg 9.37 11.00 11.75 0.23 .0.75 107.00 108.00 54.50 54.75 COO 0.25 13.23 43.75 23.00 24.00 10.50 10.75 11.23 11.75 34.00 34.02 3.25 3..50 4.87 5.37 1.75 2.23 .32 .3G 0.00 0.25 2.25 2.02 1.12 0.25 9.37 9.75 Bfl MALONEY 10 RETURN HOI that as much money slwuld be kept in circulation in Los Angeles ns possiblo until a new supply can bo obtained from distant banks, and backed by the legnl right given him as a result of tho holidays, authorized by tho gover nor, County Tax Collector W. O. Welch at 11:30 o'clock yesterday morning ceased to collect taxes, and one hour later City Tax Collector L E. Johnson did tho same thing. Mr. Welch will reopen his office for tho collection of taxes next Monday, according to a statement mado by him yesterday after noon. There is duo the city in taxes about $1,000,000, which must bo paid this month, unless tho council gives an ex tension of time. Tho first installment of county taxes will amount to a little more than $2,500,000, of which about $300,000 has been paid. The remaining $2,000,000 for tho first installment must bo paid in by three weeks fjom yes terday or delinquencies will bo dQ clarcd. Thus it is not possible for thi) county to keep its tax oflices closed for muny days. and the Roosevelt administration mado it possibye. " No statement or comment on tho re sult of the election was made by the presilent today. ENDORSE TATT KAA'SAS CITY, Mo., November 0. The Republican club, one of tho oldest republican organizations in Missouri, tonig'it unanimously adopted a rcso lutio'i endorsing Taft for president nnd Attorney General Hadley for governor of Missouri. IIERARY OF THE BIG BATTLESHIPS SAN FRANCISCO POLITICIAN AND LAWYER IS INJURED By Associated Press. SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., November 0. Gwin McNabb, a well known attornoy and politician of this city, was run over by a runaway horso Into this after noon at Third and Market streets and seriously injured. He was picked up unconscious and hurried to an emer gency hospital, where at first it was thought ho was fatally injured. To night ho regained consciousness. Tho physicians stated his injuries aro not believed to bo dangerous. Tyl gan today. Tho courtroom was well filled. By agreement of the attornoys, tho wife of tho defendant, J. Lillards of Baker City, and Mrs. Anna Thomas of Idaho, mother of tho murdered man, were permitted to remain in tho court room during the trial, but all other wit nesses wero excluded. Mrs. Thomas was the first witness called. Tho forenoon was taken up giv ing descriptions of Tyler's clothing as last worn when ho disappeared. Let ters written by Tyler to Mrs. Thomas wero admitted in evidence, showing that the man nnd his mother were in corres pondence July 15, 1904. Another letter written later by Mrs. Thomas was intro duced. Sho said sho did not send the letter for the reason that Fred had dis appeared, but did not know whero to send it. Mrs. Thomas was permitted to read tho testimony taken at tho pre vious trial. WON'T XAY OFF MEN By Associated Prcsa T " f&? KANSAS CITY, Mo., NovemborG:!- J. h. Hurley, general manager of the Santa Fc, said today that his road would not lay off.any men this winter in tho operating or maintenance depart ments. "Wc need all the men we have now in completing tho Belen cutoff," ho snid. MORE HARTJE SENSATIONS Mrs. Hartje's Answer Is Expected to Contain New Developments By Associated Press. SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., November 0. Complete returns at midnight from all but 15 precincts of tho 273 in tho city gives 'a total of 53,700 votes, as indi cating that tho total Vote cast in tho oity will be 55,000, or 74 per cent of tie total registration of 77,000. The complete count in "258 precincts returned" up to midnight give Taylor for mayor 2G,501,-McCarthy, 10,852, and Ryan, 8,710. Larigdon for district at torney, 31,024; McGowan, 18,8S9. This makes for Taylor a round majority of 1,000 over all the votes cast for Mc Carthy and Ryan, and Langdon a rough majority of 1,000 over McGowan, the socialist candidate. These majorities will probably be increased by the count of the 15 missing precincts. Union Labor, Scores Completed count in 241 precincts give Mulcrevy, union . labor candidate for county clerk, a plurality of 2,309 over his good government opponent, William P. McCabc. and Mulcrcvv is undoubted- BUSINESS BODIES TAKE INITIATIVE NEW BEETHOVEN DANCES FOUND 'ly re-elected. The Barae count eives ,. . T.r.rT,,,,. , John B. McDougal, union labor treas- PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Member 0. urer a plurality of 4,2S6 over E. L. Tho president judge of the superior Cuttcn, good government candidate, court today received from John M. There is practically no question about Freeman of Pittsburg of counsel for McDougal ' victory. William Broder Mrs. Ifartje, both a telegram and a lot- ic.k le,nocratc candidate for super tor, vbich lie .said .that his client's- vuoA h 2 ,9Etl -tbegoUl answer to the supplemental bill filed Sacrament nominee, at last moment uau ocen compiled ana had been shipped i-- -v -"-i"' Telegrams Pouring into Wash ington Asking for Special Financial Legislation Official Schedule Is Given Out of Trip to the Pacific Coast Her Ost, phi Mar bgaa '' !!,., ftjng ,. 'hat.. c b , Arth, riage to Broker A, H, of New York Is Rec zed by Family LPIIIA, Pa., November G. baloney, tho Standard Oil , "-so daughter Helen recent- with Samuel Clarkson, a limnn, has effected a rccon- ' his daughter and is now homo with her, Clarkson ned to London. 'rbert Osborn, tho young of tho smallest in years. MASSACHUSETTS GAVE GUILD 104,351 PLURALITY By Associated Press. BOSTON, Mass,, November 0. Poli ticians throughout tho state arc much interested today in examining tho re turns of yesterday's election to consider tho bearing on next year's contest. Tho independence league maintained a placo as a political body, white tho so called anti-merger party, by polling a trifle over 3 per cent of tho total vote, will also bo in tho race noxt year to hold a convention and place candidates on tho ofiicinl ballot. Tho plurality by which Guild won his re-election was to day placed at 104,351 and is tho lnrgest given a successful candidato for gov- ?mor since 1898. .On tho other hand, ho democratic voto of 81,192 was ono Bv Associated Press. WASHINGTON, D. C, November 0. Tho itinerary of Admiral Evans' bat tleship fleet on its voyngo to San Fran cisco was made public by the navy de partment today. Tho fleet will assem ble at Hampton roads on December 9 and will start on tho 10th, touching on tho way to San Francisco at Trinidad, December 21; Rio do Janoiro, January 17; Punta Arenas, January 31; Callao, February 18, and at Magdalena, March Eleven Pieces .Composed in 1819 Are Discovered at Leipsic BERLIN, November 5. An interest ing musical find is reported by tho Tagc blatt. It consists of eleven unknown dances by Beethoven, composed in 1819, for friends forming n musical society at Moeding, a suburb of Vienna. Tho dances wero found at Leipsic! -They aro orchestrated for seven instruments and, it is said, will bo shortly published. DISPUTE SETTLED By Associated Press.' LONDON, Novombor 0. Richard Bell announced tonight that tho railroad dis pute had been settled. Tho details of the settlement had not been given out up to a lata hour. It was understood that at tho conclu- A'UUrilUIV JO, UlIU 111 AUULMlUlUIlil, iuaruiiii . , .... . . . , ,. . it 14. At each place it will remain from ,on f ,;cStmt",ns, to1m8ht thnt "f 10 to 11 days except at Magdalena bay, lftn8or of a 8l".ko. ,'nd bfccn ported. . . ' ' .irlm tnrtrici nrn nnrtatnp.Tnrv rn linrli cjulna from which placo tho departure deponds upon tho completion of target practice. For the samo reason the date of tho arrival at San Francisco hns not been determined. Tho torpedo boat destroyer flotilla will lcavo Hampton roads on December 2, and becauso of their great- smaller tnnnnce. if. will Hlnti af. nmnv ! l't moro places than tho battleships. iTho terms nro satisfactory to both sides, By Associated Press. ST. JOSEPH, Mo., November 0. The following telegram in which tho Busi ness Men's league of Kansas City, the Commercial Club league of St. Louis, the Business Men's lcaguo of Chicago and the Association of Commerce join ed, was sent to President Roosovelt and Secretary Cortclyou today: "Believing that prompt legislative measures should be adopted to prevent a repetition of tho present financial sit uation, wo respectfully and earnestly urge currency legislation and that tho matter bo considered at the coming ses sion of congress." Telegrams' were sent by tho commer cial organizations of fifty other cities urging similar action. from Pittsburg to the court by express. JJiselosuros of a sensational character arc expected when Augustus Hartjo files a supplemental bill with the su perior court in this city, in which he will endeavor to show reasons why the court should order his divorce suit re opened, in prdcr to enable him to intro duce evidence, which ho regarded as new against Mrs. Mary Scott Ifartje. Hartje's supplemental brief is expect ed to be filed any day by his counsel, J. Scott Ferguson. He would not say be forehand what the brief contains. It is reported that another Lappe letter has been found that is as damaging to Hartje's side of tho case as to Mrs. Hartje. No one will admit the exist ence of such a letter. TURTLE BESTS A FISHERMAN W. J. Forbes of Wall Street Is Near Death Off San Diego IS WILLING TO LET'MV . GO AFTER CORPORATIONS BANKER OF EIGHTY IS CCMT Tfi DCMITCMTIADV CASHIER ATTEMPTS STJIOEDE By Associated Press. KINGFISHER, Idaho, November 0. Guy Condit, cashier of tho Firs,t Na tional bank, attempted to kill himself tliis morning by slashing his throat. JIo will rccovor. Anxiety over tho finan cial situation preyed upon his mind un til ho became despondent. His accounts aro straight and his bank is solid. IN HANDS OF RECEIVER By Associated Press. PORTLAND, Ore., November 0. The Titlo Guaranteo & Trust company was todny placed in the hands of a receiver. By Associated Pi ess. i,'t KANSAS CITY, Mo., November 6. Dr. F. J. Tigard, president of the Bates National bank of But- irler, Ho., which failed in Scptcin- -,'f oor, jjiuo, was sentenced today to ;? ; five years in tho ponitentiary by w -,'f Judge McPhefson of tho federal ','f court. Conviction was on a charge w $'? of misapplying the funds of tho -"- bank. Tignrd is past 80 years of i'? w ago and partially paralyzed. Ho pleaded guilty and was given tho '? ,'f minimum sentence. The judge in- it timated that if application wad )!- ','? mado for a pardon it might bo By Associated Press. SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., November 5. Taking 'advantage -of bank holidays declared bv tho governor, tho Citizens p favorably considered on account of state Bank of Fillmore street stopped tho prisoner's ago and physical :!-''payments-today. The doors of tho bank By Associated Press. BATON ROUGE, La., November C Governor Blanchard today announced thnt ho would not interferes with the program of corporation legislation pro posed to tho legislature by Lieutenant Governor Sanders during Governor Blanchard 's recent absenco at the Jamestown exposition. EMBARRASSED BY SAN DIEGO, Cal., November 0. A sea turtle took the lino with which Wil liam J. Forbes, a man prominent in Wall street affairs, was fishing in a small boat near Ensannda today and towed the boat for somo distance. Mr. Forbes was accompanied by a boatman, and in tho desperate strugglo that was mado to capture the turtle tho boat was upset. Tho turtle got away with the tackle and the fishermen were in the water two hours and were near death from exhaustion when they were res cued. Mr. Forbes is a guest of Walter Nordhoff at his homo at Pucntn Banda. TRESPASSER GETS E SENT G Hunter Drops Gun in Threaten ing Manner-and Tells Owner to Fly G San Francisco Bank Takes Ad vantage of the California Holiday Season condition .iC- .- -.-'..- Fred Reid, on a conviction of tres passing, in Justice Thomas' court yes terday was sentenced to pay a fino of $23 or to servo twonty-fivq days in the county jail. Ho was unablo to come through with tho money and is confined at the county jail. According to the evidence Reid, while out hunting, entered upon the premises of Charles Slack, which were duly post ed against hunters nnd trespassers gen erally. Slack discovered tho young man in ono of his lots. "What aro you doing?" asked Slack. "Hunting," wns Rcid's reply. "Well, notices are posted on this place prohibiting it, and I want you to get out," was Slack's order. Reid, so tho testimony went to show, dropped his gun to tho ground, cocked it, and remarked! "You fly for youY houso and stay there.': And Slack flew. Langdon Makes Statement Langdon today made the following statement to the Associated' Press re garding the election: "The results of the election speak loudly for decency and honest citizen ship in San Francisco, a city which for twelve months has been a byword among the cities of the nation, because of its crimes. Graft corruption has marked the course of municipal affairs and yesterda ywas the first opportunity tho people had of an expression of disapproval and condemnation of the officials who betrayed them, and to re pudiate corrupt organizations which de sired to select successors to tho discred ited officials. This will be the last cam paign, for the union labor party in San Francisco. Sincere and honest labors loaders like McArthur, Sweeney, Casey,,. MacLauren and Furuseth have been, fighting for years to bring about a sep aration of political and industrial ligc of organized labor. Yesterday's results crowned their efforts in this behalf. Tho election showed that good citizen shipnro nqt found solely in the ranks of tho business nnd professional men of this or any other community. In fact, it was the determined efforts of a considerable portion of the business classes to accomplish the defeat of the district attorney in order to prevent tho punishment of wealthy and influen tial criminal business men that stamps them most as dangerous citizens, of the United States. My tremendous major ity is taken by me as approval of tho course of tho district attorney and a command of the people to continue tho prosecutions against those who have al ready been indicted and brought to tho bar of justice. Katzenbach Gives It Up TRENTON, N. J., November C Frank S. Katzenbach Jr democratic candidato for governor, tonight conced ed tho election of John Franklin Fort, his republican opponent, by 7,000 in tho following statement: "Late returns do not change the complexion of tho state senate which, gives tho republicans fourteen to seven for tho democrats. TAFT INSPECTS MINES Travels Over Precipitous Trail, Wliich Drops 2,000 Feet In Four Miles J . wero not closed, but no money was rc- . i ' . - . . . . ccivcd or paid to patrons. The cashier later. Reid's arrest" followed a few hours SW . 1 BAGUIO, P. I., November C Secre tary Taft rode to the American mines east of Baguio today over a precipitous mountain trail, which drops 2,000 feet within a distance of four miles. Ho inspected the Clarke mine and mill, and tho Laffnn mill. Addressing tho American miners, ho said ho hoped to secure needful reforms in tho mining laws. Tho secretary will return to Manila Tuesday. BOSTON, Mass., November C In re sponso to a query whether ho would bo ' present at the annual banquet of tho Boston Merchants' association, Secre tary of War William II. Taft cabled tho following reply from Manila: "Yes, God willing." Tho banquet will bo held on Decem ber 30 and Secretary Taft will be the chief speaker. A ; t A n -4 iM l "S&a it' or k. ' Infill '.ti - 'i. i?t -t tJSa& &0&i-Uim J&- 57 v- ir.K. ir1;iC, ty '? & Skirt- v. i -fi, ."- Jw --.; 7 'j.r E V t -" Lu 7KA XJ 3 . 4W ". 4 7. "i f .TKMM?TMa4 ""WS-V i Hi t. 'flfo. "&Uk. !-.,-"' - 1 W I , .:.sJi r m r - . jpvw'a! .&.. 1 ?v-5i 'rlssc V3?