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"'W'T' " jrejo-T - r vii' fc - , MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS Volume II. No, 38: S tttuck Officials Say Fire Will 3e Out When the Bulkheads re Removed Today, DO NOT KNOW WHETHER SHAFT OR LEVELS BURNING Fu nes Appear Above Opening When Bulkhead Was Taken 'Jut Origin Remains Mys tery to the Officials. Special to the Silver Belt. BISBEE, Ariz., November 22. in statements made today by Su-(.-'intendent B. M. Pattison and oMier officials of the Shattuck- Vnsonn Minium company, the be- .t f was expressed that tho fire toat originated Tuesday night in me shaft or stopos of tho Shut ' .rk Arizoua raino has been smoth ered and that comparatively littlo mmago has been inflicted, al though it is impossible to assure tee latter. Tho mino "was opened yesterday for tho first time siueo toe bulkheads were placed, short- v after tho discovery of tho flames, and a great volumo of gas aci smoke poured from tho shaft when tho bulkheads wore removed. The bulkheads were immediately replaced and will bo loft thus un to tomorrow, when, aftor their re moval, another volumo of water will be sent down the shaft. An attempt will then bo made to ex plore the underground workings. Vbsolutely nothing is known about tho origin or location of tho fire, as tho mine has been inacces sible either from the shaft or through tho drift of tho Cuprito saaft of the Copper Queen, the only two means of cntranco of the mine. The concensus of opinion is that tfcp flames were confined to tho s.-aft. although stifling fumes in the Cuprito drift have blocked tho entrance, and tho minos connect cany hundred feet from tho shaft of tho Shattuck. f , Tho firo is evidently near tho s.'aft or in it, as flames wore visi U- above tho oponing, but tho fj;d location, like the origin of ttp fire, can only bo guessed at. Many theories havo been njlvanced coo of which havo been substan tiated, but it is thought that -to-cjrrow, when tho mino is thor i.aghiy aired dotails will bo irarncd, providing, of course, that c belief that the fire is smothered pr.cs true. ' . -..- .- -.- - w - -w .- w 'f 'it- t- Mauretania Reaches America on Maiden Voyage with $12,500,000 in Gold 610 -il-j an Ma fi MV YORK, November 22. Pok- 'r nose through a dense fog that 'he coast, tho biggest and most ' jus steamship ever launched in f a passed safely on her bridal voy- nuen the Cunard lino steamship ''ania camo to anchor off Sandy " ghtship, flvo days, fivo hours and jtcs from Quccnstown. She was ir a fortuno of $12,500,000 in r tho money market of tho west foight her way through 3,000 f storm-swept ocean, battling ulo of tho courso to dofcat tho trans-Atluntic record of four rfUtecn hours and forty minutes, tho Lusitunia. vinds and tumultuous seas baf attempt, yet tho Mauretania nglit to fly one "blue ribbon" i'oak. On Thursday tho huge ''021 knots, smashing all wa rds. Pi. M-V0NARIES IN CHINA TO BE HELPED UNGTON, D. C, November 22. ate department has received f an edict issued by tho Chineso authorities enjoining territor ies to assuro utmost protection tin missionaries in China ns well tnneso proselytes of tho mis The edict recites tho fact that havo been in tho habit of do stirring up trouble by circu dse reports about tho work of nes and orders local officials "ently post tho edict and mako os authorizing foreigners to " their doctrines in Chinn and to ' they aro observed under pen ' 'ondign punishment. a ' . fun 'puf U) , a,-, ' ... iro 1"u ?.. air HI TO SMOTHER BIB MINE FIRE WITH BULKHEADS R OCEAN LINER WITH GOLD GALORE ENDS FIRST TRIP DAILY TO INVESTIGATE B WEB California Legislature to Ap point Joint Commission Commissioners Ignorant. WANT PRESIDENT TO RECONSIDER DECISION Sunset Statesmen Seem to Want Roosevelt President for Third Term Resolution to This Effect Introduced. SACRAMENTO, Cal., Novcmbor 22. Tho senato this afternoon adopted tho concurrent resolution calling for the ap pointment of a legislative commission t8 investigate banks and trust com panies and tho banking laws of tho state. Tho measnro calls for tho ap pointment of threo senators and three assemblymen with powor to investigate banking institntious and corporations. Senator Anderson was opposed to probing tho insido affairs of banks, ho said, because it would excito people more and make conditions worso. Son. ator Bclshaw ventured tho opinion that it even "tho bank commissioners wore called before tho committeo to explain conditions and methods of banks they wouldn't know what thoy wore talking about. '' 'Bank commissioners don't know anything about banking," declared he, ' becauso thoy aro not bankers." Roosoveltltus Assemblyman W. O. Smith today in troduced in the lowor house of the legis laturo a resolution asking Roosevelt to rcconsidor his decision not to become a candidato for re-election. The reso lution will como up for discussion to morrow and is as follows: "Whereas, tho nation has enjoyed an unprecedented era of prosperity, wo believe that the confldonco reposed in our worthy prosidont has in a largo measure beon responsible for tho pros perity, and wo boliovo that an an nouncement by Rooscovlt that he will be a candidato would be the means of bringing order oct of the presont un settled conditions. i tRosolvod, That as the assembly as sembled in extraordinary session re quests -be- president -te rceoitsidgr his decision not to bocoino a candidate for re-election. " Gillctt.Gets Busy. SACimiENTOCnlifornia., Novom bor 22. Gov. GillettUodnytook a hnnd in the work oTWho legislature and quickly brought order out of chaos. Evidontly fearing the body would ac complish nothing in the way of af fording roliof to the courts by empower ing them to transact businoss on spe cial holidays ho summoned a sub com mittee from tho judiciary committee of each house to confer with him. The committees met tho governor and with in a half hour camo to an agreement on tho necessary amendments to the statutos which will throw open the doors of tho courts. Tho governor was particular that tho mcasuro bo broad enough to permit grand juries to make investigations of crimes and return in dictments on holidays. NO WORK AND NO MONEY, WOMAN TRIES SUICIDE SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., November 22. Leona Lamar, aged 30, attempted to suicido this afternoon by throwing herself in front of a car at Folsom and Spear strcots. She was injured inter nally and may dio. In a memorandum book which sho carried was found a noto which read: "Out of work, out of money, alone in a strnugo city; havo no friends or relatives; there is only one thing for mo to do." GERMAN LAWMAKERS BERLIN, Novembor 22. Tho rcich sfng assomblcd today after tho summer recess with a largo attendance of mem bers. Tho day wns devoted to hearing referred petitions. UNEMPLOYED RUSH ACROSS FRONTIER Fake Tales of Canadian Prosr perity Cause Exodus into the Dominion NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y., November 22. Unemployed laborers from tno United States aro pouring over tho frontior into Canada, drawn by tale of great Canadian prosperity and de mand for labor in railway construction camps. Hundreds who land in Camilla are paupers and as thero is no work for them it is almost certain that thoy will spend tho wintor as vagrants in county jails. United States officials, it is claim ed, when these men scok to return, will rofuso all but American citizens and all others will bo required to paytho $4 head tnx. W ARIZONA SILVER BELT GLOBE,. GILA COUNTY, ARIZONA, -SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23,-1907 "I'll hold her IDERII WIT FEDERAL GRAND JOB! WILL START 1 Looks as Though U. S.' Attor ney Alexander Has Some thing Sensational EWfc The local court officials and a numbor of other Globe' pcoplo aro trying to flguro out what will hap- pen when tho United States grand jury convenes December 2, next. Formerly tho fedoral trial jury" hns boon willed ior twoJpr three days a.ftor tho eqriVdning of .the grand jury, but this time tho trial jury is not called until a week later. Some of the local officials ex- pross the belief that Captain J. L. B. Alexander, the United States & attorney, has a card up his sleeve that ho will haul out when tho 35 grand jury convenes and somo sensational developments are ex- fleeted. IS TRANSACTED 81 CONfENi Many .Resolutions PassedYes terday by the American Federation of LaboV NORFOLK. Vn.. November 22. Tho 'National Federation of Laborjioday dis posed of a largo amount ofAbusiness. A number of boycott resolutions wero pissed and other actions takca as fol lows: Calling all intcmationalminions lo havo their locals affiliated with con- htrnl bodies: calluiu for a miinmuimwaee of $9 a week for all female Itetaif clerks; referring to tho oxecutive jjoun cil tho question of suppressing thjl two contending central bodicB in Spotanc, AVash., and issuing'n now chnrtr for tho amalgamation of tho two; tailing for a universal organization oflfunion label leagues, such ns thoso iu jpenver Jind Salt Lako City; calling on tho women of tho country to demand tho 'union label on all products purchased, .and roforrjng to tho executive council with hearty approval tho question of women organizers. ENGLISH FEATHERWEIGHT WHIPS FRANKIE NEIL SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Novombcr 22. Owen Mornn, England's premier featherweight, was givon tho decision over Frankio Neil of this city near tho closo of tho sixteenth round aftor a re markably fast battle. Noil was not knocked out, but only the merciful ac tion of tho chief of police baved him. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION PLACE FIXED DECEMBER 22 FRENCH LICK, Intl., November 22. Tho conferenco of members of tho ilemocratie national committeo hero to lay decided to hold a meeting of tho committeo in Washington on December 22 for tho purpose of solccting tho timo jmd plnco of holding tho national dpm- ' -ocratic national convention next year. p J. PIERPONT BLUDSO. nozzle agin tho bank till the last galoot's ashore." -- KEB MORGAN IKES A VISIT i Tl GTONi Sees Secretary Cortelyou and Pays His Respects to Presi dent Roosevelt Yesterday. SAYS CONDITIONS IN NEW YORK ARE BETTER Consults with Secretary Con cerning -Further ReUef af the Money Stringency With the President a Long Time, WASHINGTON, D. C, November 22. J. P. Morgan and Georgo F. Baker, the latter prosidont of tho First Na tional Bank of New York, arrived to day for a conferenco with Secretary Cortelyou. At 10 o'clock tonight Mor gan and Baker, accompanied by As sistant Secretary Bncon of tho state department, went to tho "White House to sec the president by appointment. Tho object of tho visit was not Ci vulgcd, but it is believed to bo in rela tion to tho financial situation. Upon leaving tho White llouso after boing with tho president an hour and a half, Morgan, on boing asked in re gard to developments, replied that con ditions in New York were reassuring. Ho said thnt everything possible is be ing done ti) relievo tho money strin gency and that tho situation is satis factory. Morgan said his object in coming to Washington was to see Cor telyou in. furtherance of a conference ho had with the secretary in New York Inst week, at which timo means were discussed for further reliof of tho sit uation. Ho snw Cortelyou before go ing to the White House nnd called on the president to pay his respects. Mor gan will probably return to 2cw York tomorrow. Ho could not say whether ho would again sec tho president befon1 leaving. BODY OF INFANT FOUND PARTIALLY EATEN BY HOGS PASADENA, Cal., November 22. Tho body of a white child several weks old was found today in a rubbish heap on tho Borry ranch and thp polico after examination mado tho announcement that tho remains had been partly eaten by a band of hogs which had access to tho rubbish pile. Both legs bolow tho knees and ono arm had- been dovourcd. Tho polico have not yet determined whotlfcr tho child wns dead or alive when thrown on tho rubbish pilo, but today aro inclined to tho bolief that it is a case of murder. GANS AND NELSON GET TOGETHER AND AGREE ON BATTLE MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Novombor 22. After a conference lasting many hours todny, Joe Cans and Battling Nelson. agreed on nil details for their proposed fight except tho woight. Nol son insists that Cans shall weigh; at 132 pounds in his fighting garments. No articles havo boon signed, but tho men agree that tho winner shall receive 75 per cent of the receipts and the loser 25 per cent. The fight wil bo at Gold field at a dato to be determined later. Nelson will roniain in Minneapolis with the expectation of feigning articles. 1 Bradley In Chicago News. GREENE CANANEA TO SHIP MATERIAL FHOIISONORACAf Report, if True, Means No Early Resumption of Op erations at Cananea : From nn arirval in tho city last evening from Cananea it was learned that the Grcenc-Cananea company was taking steps prepar atory to shipping out of that camp tho vast quantity of material, in cluding coke, coal and mining tiiuboraovhicJi the. company ias on hand. It was impossiblc'to learn whero the material is to be shipped but it is believed that it will be sent to other mines of the Cole Ryan syndicate whero immediate uses can be found for it. If the report is correct, and it camo from a very roliablo source, it moans that the Greonc-Cananen management does not contemplate an early resumption of operations in the big Sonora camp, .,. .V JK ' a." (V " " "- " I f l? ' 'if tt '. OV -'V - -'- V .'V V " ,c ? tf w p w w w v. .STUDENT HELD FOR CRIME Believed to Have Been -Implicated in Murdef Committed Last Summer BERKELEY, Cal., November 22.- Although suicido as the result of unre quited lovo was thought to havo caused tho death of Frank Bellows, who was found lying dead in Clarcmont in July, tho polico linvo tnken into custody Hen ry G. Klcinschmidt, a young student of tho collego of mining of the University of California, and aro making a thor ough investigation of tho reason for Klcinschmidt 's request addressed to tho coroner after Bellows' death that the matter be hushed up becauso it in volved an innocent girl. Both men are said to havo boon attcntivo to tho same young woman and Bellows wns known to havo called on Klcinschmidt the night before his death. Kloinschmidt denies that ho had any qunrrcl with Bellows and insists that there is no reason for detaining him. LOOK FOR VERDICT IN ADAMS MURDER CASE BEFORE TOMORROW JIATIIDRUM, Idaho, Novombor 22. Attorneys in tho Adams case agreed to day to take soven hours on each side for arguments. C. L. Hcitman, tho local attorney for Adams, spoko during tho afternoon, and Knight took up the nrgunicnt for tho state tonight. Court will open again in tho morn ing, when Darrow and Hawlcy will bo given threo hours each fpr arguments, after which instructions will bo read and tho caso taken up by tho jury. Both sides look for a verdict before Sunday. BAD BUFFALO FIRE BUFFALO, N. Y., November 22. One mnn is dead, one dying, a third in a serious condition and a scoro of per sons had narrow escapes as tho result of a fire in Sawtell's hotel today. H H. DANIEL IS INDICTED FDR IRDER OF I Will Plead Not Guilty this Af ternoon and Trial May Start Late Next Week, NEGRO BURGESS AND BUCKNER ALSO INDICTED Trial of Alena Jasper for Mur der Set for Tuesday Two Are Sentenced to the Peni tentiary for Burglaries. An indictment charging Robert II. Daniel with tho murder of J. W. Brown was returned by tho grand jury yester day afternoon and the defendant, who was out on bail, was ordered into court for arraignment at 5:15 o'clock. At that hour Daniel appeared in court, ac companied by his attorneys, F. C. Ja cobs and Judge A. C. Baker and the indictment read to him. This after noon at 4 o'clock ho will mako answer to the indictment and the trial will probably be set for tho latter part of next week. Other true bills returned yesterday wore against: Wesley Burgess, colored, for murder. Henry S. Buckncr, for, assault with intent to commit murder. Dan Cullen, for robbery. E. R. Gaynor, for resisting an officer. Joe Clinc, for grand larceny. Burgess and Cullen were arraigned and will plead this morning, and Buck ncr will answer today at 2 p. in. T3ay nor and Clinc, who are out on bail, will be arraigned nt 9:30 this morning. Tho cases of John and T. H. Smart were referred to the next grand jury and tho cases of lirancisco Marqucz and Roy Gillilland wore dismissed by the grand jury. Marqucz was the man who started an international row at Win kclman by beating up a Mexican doc tor. August Frindenthal and Antonio Ci gales, who on the preceding day pleaded guilty to charges of burglary, were sen tenced by Judge Nave yesterday, tho former to ono year in the territorial prison and tho latter to an indetermin ate sentence, which may be from one to fifteen years. Alena Jasper, tho colored woman, in dicted for murder, pleaded not guilty Jo the. indictment yesterday jnorning and her "trial was set for next Tuesday. Ed Hodges, indicted on two counts for burglary, entered a plea of guilty yesterday morning and ho will be sen tenced Monday morning. Civil Calendar The case of A. V. Whitman vs. Denis Murphy was set for next Monday. In tho case of Fritz "brothers vs. Jack Fullor, judgment was found for tho plaintiff, foreclosing an attach ment lien. Judgmont rendered for the plaintiff in the case of Georgo E. Shuto ngainst J. S. King was vacated and retrial set for today. RED METAL MAKES A LITTLE SPURT AT HOME AND ABROAD NEW YORK, November 22. London tin was higher; spot, 13C, futures 137 5s, and locally easy, with spot at 30 to 31. Copper was higher in London with spot and futures at 59 17s. Locally the ma'rket was firm and a littlo higher, Lako being quoted at 13 to 13.25; Elec trolytic, 12.75 to 13," and Casting, 12.50 to 12.75. Lead was unchanged at 1C 15s abroad and continued weak locally at 1.25 to 4.35. Spelter was higher at 21 7s Cd in tho London market and locally no chango was reported. Iron was easier in the English mar ket with standard foundry at 49s and Cleveland warrants at 49s 9d. Locally tho market was unchanged. Bar silver, 58.75. Mexican dollars, 40.50. REMAINSJN JAIL President of Borough Bank of Brooklyn Unable to Secure $30,000 Bail NEW YORK, November 22. How ard Maxwell, tho indicted former pres ident of tho Borough Bank of Brook lyn, was unable to procure bondsmen to act as surety for him iu the sum of $30,000 on threo indictments charging grand larceny and forgery and was compelled to remain today in jail. Sev enty stockholders of the bank met todny and voted unanimously to plcdgo them selves to meet any personal notes which tho bank might hold in their respective names. At tho earliest possible dato tho notes will bo set off wherever possi bio with funds on deposit in tho bank to their credit. 1 NEW BANKER 11 : , NEVER IN Want If you use a S Iver Belt Want AJ. icfletth people know !( you WANT PRICE FIVE CENTS T ASSESSMENTS UNTIL JANUARY I Governor Kibbey Favors the Movement to Be Inaugurat ed by Chamber of Commerce MEETING WILL BE HELD TONIGHT TO TAKE STEP Believed that Congress Will Grant Suspension at Session Which Begins Early Next Month Some Opposition. V. ft ''- " -V, '. Jk. J, .U .11, J, J. jr, .y, ... w -..- -..- -..- w -..- W w - ',S w -,f f w w ? There will bo a special meeting i'f of the Globe chamber of commerce w tonight in the district courtroom to consider tho adoption of resolu- 'f tions asking other similar bodies fs in mining districts to petition con- gross for a suspension of assess- ment work on mining claims un- til January, 1909, such as was -Yf granted by congress in 1893-1894. The movement was started by a number of Globe district claim owners who took up the matter -" with Governor Kibbey yesterday. The governor promised that he would do all in his power to bring the matter to the attention of con- i'f gress, through Delegate Mark A. Smith, and through a personal ap- peal to President Roosevelt. Con- gross meets early next month and w it is believed that a suspension of "t assessment work would bo grant- ed almost unanimously by the na- -tional legislators if "properly w brought to their attention. -,'f There is a variance of opinion as to the benefits to be derived from such a measure,- among the & raining men of the Globe dis- -,'f trict, a number of whom were seen - by a Silver Belt representative last -,'f evening, but a majority appear to favor the movement. All interested in mining, wheth- er or not they are members of the w chamber of commerce, are invited to attend the meeting this evening !? at S o'clock and take part in the discussion. - MRS. BRADLEY HAD A FEW RELATIVES WHO WERE INSANE Witnesses Testify that Taint of Insanity in Family Was Quite Strong WASHINGTON, D. C, November 22. The criminal court in which Annie M. Bradley is being tried on the charge of murdering Sonator Brown will hold no session tomorrow. When court ad journed today tho defense had practic ally completed the presentation of proof and thero is very littlo remain ing except tho testimony of experts, who will bo introduced for the purpose of showing that when Mrs. Bradley shot Senator Brown she was insane. Practically tho entire day was con sumed by tho defense in presenting evi dence by witnesses from Salt Lake City to show that there was a taint of in sanity in her family, and especially on her mother's side. Judgo Henderson, Brown's forrricr partner, reiterated that when Brown signed tho statement acknowledging the children by Mrs. Bradley he might havo been intoxicated. Lyman Shrews bury, postmaster at Bonny Done, Cal., related by marriage to Mrs. Bradley, said that her father is now paralyized, that her grandfather on her mother ' side had been wrong .in her1 mind and that his own wife, a sister of Mrs. Bradloy, had been irrational whenever sho worried, for several years before her death. Shrewsbury said that on one occa sion Mrs. Shrewsbury became so fieri'O it was necessary to tako her to Los Angeles. At that timo sho was armed With a knife and revolver and ho haif no doubt that at such a timo his wifo was insane. Ho said that another sis ter of Mrs. Bradley's mother, Mrs. Ryan, had been sent to an asylum, no was several times prompted by Mrs. Bradley. Senator Sutherland followe-I Shrewsbury nnd said that Mrs. Brad ley's reputation in Utah was good. HOMEWARD BOUND ' RUSH OF FOREIGNERS. NEW YORK, November 22. A freight congestion threatens all foreign shippers becauso of tho unprecedented homeward rush of foreigners. East ward bound steerage travel during tho past six weeks has been unparalleled nnd tho demand for accommodations his been so great that bookings havo been closed weeks in advance of sail ings. Tho steamer Main of tho North German Lloyd line, which sailed Thurs day, carried 2,305 steerage passengers. Even up to tho minute of sailing thero wqro hundreds of persons waiting on the piers for accqmmodations. 1 SUS ON 4 V. ,'fr 3, -t-' fetfe; it fT 0v3K v . 4. v' i ' !vW &v&.