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GLOBE, GILA COUNTY, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1910.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
WENTY-SEVEN KILLED IN'
BOND DEALERS FAIL
IKE WHENMS EXPLODES
COST OF LIVING
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FALL OF WATER SGHOONERWREGKED
CONTINUES IN P
entuck Town Scene of D
Manv Hearts Ten Were
C n Not Escape Fumes Delay Rescuen
iSTERS THICK IN
CHICAGO, February L
bne at Dnkesboro, Ky., and
ij, and mine explosion as
toll up total of 112 dead in
Cherr. 111., on November
IncluJ ng the fatalities at Cherry, mine disasters in
5 west -nice the first of November have claimed 391
DBAKI-BORO, February 1. Sixteen bodies havo boon recovered, eight
1Te fcsc lUned and ten others have boon rescued alive, and from twonty-
ttsto m are supposed to ue suu
k.;!i t bo explosion occurred today.
Scr m t e rescuers are- worKing
33y te ud to recover the bodies
i ut--o alive, five aro seriously
t(ltr. m ana tne air snait remain intact.
DEAKLSBcRO, Ky., February 1. Twenty-seven miners aro believed to
jve fFu n ed by an explos.on in tho
i toiM e been recovered. Of tha hundred who wore in tho mino at Jho
-t of tfcp plosion, only fifty havo been rescued.
Ten n- .o known to bo dead and seventeen missing, presumed to be
paced op u the entrle by falls of slate
cf l gas ex -ion at noon today.
At p m eight bodies had been recovered, all horribly mutilated and
z' p"1 -ntuication. .Because or accumulating gases in tno entry where the
lerpic-iu., .Ted, 170 feet beneath tha ground and 700 feet back from the
me Jsf was impossible to begin activo rescue work until six hours after
is H'A-tn i urred Of tho hundred men
cf te ep v,c.n. more than half were ia the west entry. Thoy all hastened to
lie . ages is d wore quickly drawn to fie top. Later all in tho east entry, cx
;Hi js -runates, fought their way to tho.shaft and wero raised to safety..
Ii ' mediate vicinity of tho explosion, ten men had been working.
Its "0u - on threw tho bodies many
i , ippn ascertained.
A ' u mouth, the wives of the
in" - " s from the rescuers.
J- '! T .Than was rescued alive, but ho is probably fatally -umed.
I eved the explosion was' caused by a track repairer going Into
Ia ",uii. , x 'iom with an uncovered lamp. Tho room Is.shattored almost
'j 'nw. , the body of the repairer Is no-whero to bo found.
TV o s not on fire and the fans
Ii:p h , ,f the bodies may be recovered by daylight.
Tne e it mine, with three others
lu:sd oj syndicate of Tennessee and
P 1 Iwplosion Said to
M I J - lilted from Vio
ii f Rules
F" Tp,.ry Working Fran-
' to Reach Inner
1 I-1 nary 1. Yesterday 's
mam mino of tho Col-
1 1 on company, which
- of at least seventy-
ii sod by an explosion
r.lmg to a survivor of
i 'i tho same, mino on
". vacn twenty-four
' -nty holds that tho
"iseil by an ignition
""', originated probab
i riMpssncss of some
''!atioir of tho mino
-'li tho crimping of a
' l'v tho lightftig of a
"ly carried into tho
' fuse to give out any
mg tho cause,, claim-
1 'letermincd until tho
" rleared. However,
lolation of tho mino
' '' d to bo responsible.
'me was equipped with
'ipparalus and all min-
' fr matches beforo en-
'" situation in tho work-
K OF HE
isaster Which Wll Sadden
instantly Killed, Others
Two mine disasters today,
another at Bartonsville,
Pnmero, Colo., yesterday,
mines since the big disaster
entombed in tno Browder mine, in
It is bcliovcd tho dead will num-
acsperatciy to save tno miners wno
of those who were killed. Of the ten
injured. There is no fire in the mine
Browder mino, near hero today. Sov-
The disaster came as tho result
who wero in tho mino at tho time
feet; What caused the ignition of tho
dead and missing miners crowd about,
aro working. This gives rise to a
in this vicinity, was recently pur-
West Virginia canltallsts.
injjs continued unchanged. Eclicf work
is being pushed by frequent changes of
shifts, the rescuing party having reach
ed entry No. 12, seven-eights of n milo
from tho mouth.
The check of tho bodies recovered to
night revealed forty-scvon who have
been removed, lenving thirty-two still
in tho workings.
Tonight a largo force oilmen was put
to work digging. graves" in tho ceme
teries of Trinidad. Tomorrow the bod
ies of nino .Tnpaneso which were rccov
taken to Trinidad for burial. Tho bod
ies of Nino Japanese which wero recov
ered, will bo buried in the Catholic cem
etery. Three largo drays have boon
transformed into temporary hearses for
use tomorrow, to convoy tho bodies
from tho train to tho cemcteriesr Sev
enty coffins wero brought hero, today.
This supply will be further increased
Hi the list of known dead are:
Dave Williams, WcMipit boss; Jack
Elins, a boss drivcr,'1vFoseph Hollman,
John Htimmings, J. W. Iloskins, Ed
Rail, all Americans.
Other known dead are negroes, JFjex
icans, Italians, Hungarians, Slavs nnd
TWO MINERS ESCAPE
Bad Fire in Mine Near Pe
oria Nearly Costs Lives
.of Several Men
PEORIA, 111., February 1. While a
fire was raging in tho shaft and upper
works, a rescuo party entered tho es
cape shaft of tho Shell mino at South
Bartonville, a milo away from tho main
shaft, and brought two miners, nearly
dead, to tho surface.
All of tho upper works and tho wood
en construction in tho main shaft was
MINERS VO,TE RELIEF
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., February 1.
fEho United Mino Workers of Ameri
ca today voted $1,000 for tho relief
of tho families of tho miners killed
in tho disaster at Primoro, Colorado,
which is a non-union field.
Flood Has 'Receded Nearly
Four Feet From High
Government ..Will ..Provide
Employment for Destitute
More Relief Monev
PARIS, February 1. Tho height of
tho water, at midnight at Pont Royal
was twcnty-scvcn feet, thrco inches, a
fall of nearly four feet from tho high
est point. Tho Hood continues to. drop
at tho rate of three-quarters of an
inch per hour.
Tho soldiers are still guarding many
public buildings and strong detachments
havo been sent to outlying districts to
slop tho wholesale pillaging which is
still going on.
A boat patrol surprised band of
"Apaches" robbing n villn.tonight at
Boulognc-Sur-Seine. After mi exciting
chance, in which .a fusillndo was ex
changed, an Infantry sergeant sank
the robbers' boat with a blow of his
onr. Two "Apaches" wero killed nnd
the others captured.
Tho city council, following tho lead
.of tho national govcrnmont, is arrang
ing with tho co-operation of tho saving
institutions, to furnish money for re
building the stores and houses nnd for
furnishing food supplies.
The government has decided upon a
general scheme of employment whereby
those who desire work may find it in
repairing roads and public buildings.
Tho municipal council has adopted tho
suggestion of presenting medals to
those who have been conspicuous in
Studonts in tho Latin quarter have
formed n relief society and agreed to
care for their American comrades who
suffered in connection with tho flood. ,
Tn addition to $50,000 received from)
Massachusetts, now subscriptions to tho
relief fund are as follows:
The French colony of Now York,$40,
000; tho French colony of San Fran
cisco $10,000; tho American Red Cross,
$.-i,000; W. K. Vanderbilt, $20,000; Mrs.
A. D. Huntington, $5,000.
WORK IS RESUMED
AT SGEIE OF
Cherry Mine Again Open
No One Will G-uess When
Bodies Removed - ,
CIIEKRY, III., February 1. Work
was resumed in tho St. Paul mino to
day "by scores of "men, following tho re
moval of tho hermetic seal that had
kept tho subtorranean passages closed
for two months.
Efforts will be made to clear tho mino
of noxious vapors, to wall in any
smouldering lire, and to recover 100
bodies that havo been entombed since
tho flro broko out on November 13.
No ono in chargo will hazard a guess
as to when tho corpses can bo removed,
as much other work must bo done first,
"But when thoy do bring up tho bod
ies," said a Cherry merchant, "they
Will need militia to prevent a riot.
Those women will bo so frenzied that
thoy might destroy tho town."
At 9 o'clock tonight tho big fitn be
gan to suck out tho gases. In ton min
utes tho main shaft was clear, and the
mino inspectors, Thomas, Hudson and
John Dunlnp descended without any
special apparatus. After returning from
tho 350-foot level, thoy reported the
gases well cleared.
Chief Mino Moss Archie Frew called
for voluntcors. A-score of men stepped
Of tho volunteers, five were selected,
while the others wore ordered to tnko
their turn an hour later.
Boss Frow, Superintendent Steel nnd
Inspectors Dunlop .and Hudson went
down with tho first crow.
PAULHAN FLIES IN
BIPLANE AT DENVER
DENVER, Colo., February 1, Thirty
thousand people swarmed into Overland
park today to seo Louis Pnulhan in an
oxhibition flight in the Farman biplane.
After three preliminary attempts, Paul
han twice circled tho mile track.
Fourteen Lives Lost When
. Three-Master Breaks
NORFOLK, Va., February 1. With
a northwest wind blowing at fifty-two
lrllles an hour, tho thrco-mastcd.schoonor
Francos, Captain Coombs, from Now
York to Jacksonville, waB washed
ashoro on tho Hattcras coast this morn
ing, and pounded to pieces.
Fourteen men wero supposed to havo
been lost beforo tho live-saving crew
could reach tho ship Nino bodies havo
been washed ashoro.
GOVERNOR SLOAN IS
Arizona Executive Believes
Congress Will Act at the
PHOENIX, February 1. Governor
I. E. Sloaiij who returned homo today
from Washington, where ho attended
tho conferenco of governors, is confi
dent of early and fuvorablo action on
a statehood "enabling act,
Ho believes any possible differences
between the hpuso nnd bonatio bills
can bo easily harmonized.
He also believes that congress will
appropriate money for the reclamation
of twenty thousand acres of-reservation
lands near Parker, Arizona, for the
benefit of the Indians primarily,
through tho construction of a pumping
plant on tho Colorado river.
E MERGER IS
Financier and Sons Are Re
quested to Explain
CLEVELAND, Ohio, February 1
P. Morgan, his son, J. P. Morgan, Jr.,
and J. P. Morgan & Co. arc charged
with being tho agents of tho Bell Tele
phone interests in their purchnso of
tho control of the United States Tele
phone company, in-n petition filed in
court today by Samuel J. Schwcr, of St.
The petition is an amendment to the
suits brought ngainst James Si Brailoy,
Jr., and tho voting trustees of the
United States concern, last November.
Interrogatories addressed to J. P.
Morgan aro attached to tho petition,
asking if he wero not recently an agent
of tho Bell Telephone company in tho
salo abroad of $125,000,000 in bonds,
nnd demanding what interest in. tho
American Telephono & Telegraph com
pany ho still retains as tho result of tho
EEDS TRAINED MEN
Mine" Disasters Find Geo
logical Survey Short
of Rescuers .
WASHINGTON, D. C, February 1
Oflicials of tho Geological Survey view
with dismay tno rapidity with, which re
cent mino disasters havo called for the
services of tho few trained men at the
command of tho survey ior aiding in
mine rescue work.
All available men are now in tho field.
It was pointed out by tho otucials that
if another disastor should occur boftyro
thcse.mcn have finished their immedinto
tasks, tho Biirvoy could not send men to
assist in tho rescue work.
Two trained liolmet men of .the sur
voy from tho permanent station at tho
University of Illinois aro nt Cherry," 111.
Two experts from tho station nt Pitts
burg aro hurrying" to Primero, Colo.
The only two other men at tho survoy's
command havo started for Drakesboroj
Ky., from Pittsburg..
Ways and Means Committee
of the House Will Probe
Cause of High Prices
MEAT TRUST WILL
ALSO BE PROBED
Report of Investigation to
Be Made During Present
WASHINGTON, D. C, February 1.
Tho cost of living in the United Stales
is 'to bo thoroughly inquired into by
tho houso of representatives, through
its onost jfjwerful committee, tne
ways and means.
. itoprcsentativc Payne of New York,
chairman of that committee, today in
troduced a resolution providing for an
investigation along broadest lines.
Tho resolution authorizes tho commit
tee to make a thorough investigation
of the coat of living in tho United
States, to ascertain the cost of produc
tion, wholesale and retail profits, to in
quire into the cost of living in foreign
countries nnd to recommend such legis
lation nff will contributo to restore
prices to their nprmal lovel.
A thorough investigation of the Re
called beef trust is provided in a res
olution introduced today by Mr. Coud
rey, a republican.
Tho resolution provides for a thor
ough and complete investigation of
present unreasonable and unnecessary
advancing of prices, made by the1 meat
packers, who aro Reported as hoarding
livo stock in western yards; of refus
ing to fill largo orders, and of holding
supplies in freezers in order to croate
an impression" of -shortage, , ,
Tho committeo will consist of six
senators and six members of tho house.
It must report tp tho presont con
gress. SITUATION BETTER
Rains Ceae in Italy and
Flood Danger Is Prac
BOME, February 1. Storms have
practically ceased throughout Italy
and tho rivers Arno, Po and Tiber,
though still high, aro gradually fall
ing. Floods caused by tho rains of
last week arc subsiding and the situa
tion at Venice, which at ono timo was
threatening, s normal.
Thoro occurred a landslide- above
Gubbio, which killed several persons,
and also destroyed the historical Ducal
pulacu that originally belonged to tno
SHOT AT PHOENIX
Fired Upon When He Forci
bly Entered House
PlinRNTX" Februnrv 1. A. P. Camn-
usano shot Rafael Salinas through tho
arm and tho lungs at the homo of Con
rado Valencia at au early hour this
moraine. Camnusano was a guest of
Valencia. Salinas was drunk and un
armed, but on being refused admit
tance, pushed tho door in, when Campu
sano fired. The latter made no attempt
to evade arrest, aannas is prouauiy
fatally injured. ,
United Mine Workers Want
More Time Before They
-. Meet Operators
INDIANAPOLIS, February 1. Tho
convention of tho United Mine Work
rr nf Ainnrinn. todav determined to
defor tho wago conferenco with tho bit
uminous coal operators of tho central
competitive field at Toledo. A commit
teo wns sent to that city to asic tno
oporators to' wait tho arrival of the
miners' representatives Thursday. The
conference had been appointed for to
day. ' . h I &
TOLEDO, February l.No definite
announcement .on any proposition of
the minors will bo assumed by the coal
oporators until tho beginning of the
joint conference. Ono hundred opera
tors are now hero.
Worst Crash Since the Panic Is the Colossal Failure of
Fisk & Robinson of New York Shrinkage in
Bond Values Said to Be the Cause
NEW YORK, February 1. Fisk and
Robinson, bond dealers and members
of the New York stock exchange, fail
ed for a million dollars today. An in
voluntary petition in bankruptcy was
filed by creditors in tho United States
district court. Shrinkage in tho value
of Buffalo & Susquehanna railway
stocks and bonds, held by the firm,
caused the failure. It is one of the larg
est failures since the panic of 1907,
not so much as liabilities are concerned,
but in view of the importance of the
firm, which has branches in Chicago,
Boston nnd Worcester. Tho business of
tho firm was principally banking and
the floating of bonds. Tho petition in
bankruptcy was filed wittt the full
consent of tho firm, its members having
concluded that this was the only way
to avoid further losses for itself and
for its creditors.
A statement issued by the receiver
tonight says that tho firms secured obli
gations will approximate $5,000,000,
RELD FIVE MONTHS
American Conductor Kept
Prisoner for Negligence
in Foul Cell
MK.VTCO CITY. February 1. The
pnbjie prosecutor loday attached to
iim tinni criminal courL ot mis euy.
announced today that probably on Feb
ruary 3 lie would iormuiatc an opin
5nn nntnininr' n reouost for sentence
or acquittal of James A. Cook, the
linar nntl ennil !llt DI WHO 113S UCCn 11C1U
in tiio fSnlism Rtnto ncnitcntiarv fori
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fivts months, cliargeu wnu coninuuiorj
negligence in connection wim inc
fminiif tmin rnhlwrips on tlin Guada
lajara division of the national railways.
Papers in tho Look case were ueiiv
ered to the puhlic prosecutor for review
two months ago, after Judge Palafo
of tho third criminal court had spent
three months taking evidence.
Cook is confined in -tne lioniover ae-
crowded with several hundred Mexi
cans of the lowest type, awaiting the
action of tho courts. Ho is in an ex-
rnmnlf nprvnns condition, but other-
n-itn in rrnml lipnltli and declares he has
l)een treated with consideration by his
immediate guards ana jauors.
Four Mexican brakemen, arrested ,a
few days before Cook was, aro still
Imnrisnfiod- but. like their conductor.
they havo not been sentenced.
ATTSTTN. Tox.ik. February 1. Everv
case of tuberculosis must be registered
wit n tno ueaiin auuionuus, accuiuiug
to tho provisions of tho new state san
itary code, which went into effect to
finv Tim mnorts on tuberculosis are
to bo privately kept and aro to be con
sidered in tno ngnt oi a coniiuenuai
communication, not for tho purpose of
isolation, but for tno purpose or educa
tion in sanitary precautions and to sup
ply literature of tho state board of
health. A number of new regulations
in regard to tho quarantine of contag
ious diseases and tho sanitary require
minfo nf lintola nnd Rlpenincr cars are
also contained in tho now code, "which
nas tim aosoiuie aorco oi iaiv.
PUEBLO, Colo., February 1. P. F.
Dugan was today elected president of
tho board of control of tho Eighteenth
.Tntinnnl Trriirntion concress. to suc
ceed J. II. McCorkle, who resigned on
account or ill ncaitii.
IS TO BE TRIED
SAN FRANCISCO, February 1.
Eight of tho twelve jurors who are to
try former Captain of Polico Michael
J. Conboy for tho murder of Bernard
Lagan, have been chosen. Many talesmen-
wore excused by counsel because
of scruples against the death penalty
WASHINGTON, D. C, February 1.
Forecast for Arizona: snow in tne
north; souths generally fair and colder
Wednesday; Thursday tair.
while the unsecured debts will exceed
Little surprise at the failure was
manifested in banking circles, where it
was said the firm had received several
extensions of crp4it in tho past year.
In addition to"" Ncuritics mentioned,
tho firm is also. ""ified with a num
ber of small rain .t .ind several inde
pendent telephono, lanies in Penn
sylvania and Ohio.
Among the roads , "V bonds it en
deavored to float, w , Louisiana
& Arkansas railway, y " Antonio
& Arkansas, and the " .lfls Pass,
and Gulf & Ship Island. issues,
which had no satisfactory V . add
ed to the drain on the firmsv .rces.
Tho higli cost of living Erectly
caused tho failure, according 'to Jos
eph Stanley Brown, the manager of
the New York office. He said it was be
coming more and more difficult every
day to sell bonds, because the high
cost of living has driven investors to
search for securities that bring a higher
income than that offered by bonds.
Senate Discusses Postal
.Savings Bill Con
WASHINGTON, P. C, February 1.
Unavailing criticism of the bureau of
forestry, led by Representative Mbu
dell of Wyoming and Taylpr of Colora
do, was the feature of the proceedings
in the house today. "
Tho entire time o the senate was de-,
voted to a discussion of the postal sav
ings bank bill.
Early in the day, W. E. Purcell was
sworn in as a successor to Senator
Thompson of North Dakota, who was
appointed last Saturday, to succed the
late Senator Johnson. Thompson re
signed on account of illness.
SHERMAN BUTTS IN
Takes Hand in Re-election
of Senator Scott From '
WASHINGTON, D. C, February 1.
Vico President Sherman today inject
ed his influence into tho senatorial con
test of West Virginia, where Senator
Scott's ro-election was being opposed
by Representative Hubbard. The pro
ceeding is so unusual that it will prob
ably attract much attention in polit
ical clrcules. The vice president is
sneil .1 statement in which ho savs it
would be a misfortune not to continue
in tho senate such an earnest republi
can and so influential a legislator as
Kentucky Senate Refers Op
tion to Adverse Committee
FRANKFORT, Ky., February 1. All
hopo for prohibition legislation at the
present session of tho legislature was
killed today when by a vote of 10 to
14, tho senate referred tho Watkius
county unit local option bill to the
committeo on religion and morals,
which is admittedly adverso to the
MRS. FORD MAY
Attorneys Ask Dismissal of
CINCINNATI, February 3. Mrs.
Jeanette Stewart-Ford may be freed
tomorrow from tho chargo of levying
blackmail on CharlcS L. Warrincr, .de
faulting treasurer of the.Big Four rail
road. An unexpected turn in tho wo
man's trial came today when tho attor
neys demanded the dismissal of the case
on tho ground that tho prosecuting at
torney rofused to submit to tho court
a transcript of the evidence given be
foro tho grand jury. A, decision will
bo rendered tomorrow.