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rX I , Number 103. GLOBE, (HLA COUNTY, ABIZONA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1910. PRICE FIVE CENTS : di.fi Hi RELEASED STORK jjOTE BUSY sap f(, .my Brings Inter- s . ( lima:! to Sen - itioiial Case Brings Even Two Hundred to Gila County During Past Year PROCURED TYPHOID GERMS BY MILLION it-. ilS Brother of Philan- t Also Charged to Him Old Doctor Stork broko all roc $ ords in "this county nnil particular- ly in Globe last year, as a record of 200 births will show. Of an oven 200 new Gila coun- tians born last year, -over ISO aro ! residents of Globe. The bfork made his-nppcaranco oi an avorngo of onco overy other day during tlio year and for tho month of Dccem- ber thero was a birth for nearly overy day in the month. i According to Dr. B. G. Fox, who has completed tho record of vital statistics for tho past year," tho birth rate has incrcaseu moro than 20 per cent over tho provious year. January held its own very well, as fifteen now boosters for Globe were born during that month. $ $ 4" J ! $" J ! 4 i- J ! ! & PAPER MAN THUS TAF1 MISTAKEN A Grand Man, but Has Some Wrong Ideasin Regard to Corporations i I ! ! ! ! 'I 'fa ! 4 ! 4 ! h $ ' CENTENARIAN TO BECOME AN ELK ' I'fT, February 10. As . i he lengthy investigation nous death of Colonel -,iio en October 3, 1909, tli husband of tho lato K'ce, was arrested on the murder of tho aged phi- ay. ' issued was upon tho re- nu'y John Paxton, cxecu- -nnlif estate! First dogreo ired. The warrant says i 'unions-intent, adminis- i f to Colouel Swopo on - death. i nied that a warrant was nid, with his attorneys, ,insecutor's oflico and sub- -t. Mi-utor's office the party ndeneo, Mo., where Ilydo i before Justice Loar. Ho . ry and was released on '. Preliminary hearing I'Miary 17. 1 nkling originally plan-, i bond fixed at $25,000,! 'meys had arranged for - ' iiey exjircssed a willing a amount, it was accept- - signed-by F. P. Neal, 'li,- Southwest National l II. president of tho Ilall- miipany; M: D. Scruggs, .'er; William McLaughlin, nn Cleary, Frank "Walsh , attorneys, nil wealthy ' ist man in tho justico's Hyde. While tho attor- making out the papers, inty Marshal Joel Mayes, irrest, and read nowspa- 'its of th(5 Swopo investi- , Hayes' he said, fold- 'l"'ri "1 wish you would use and have my wife 1 will be home to dinner. uorried about me." n as tho bond wns'ac hurried homo in an auto followed quickly after i..itshaw called tho grand investigate tho "death of utor Conkling mado tho ' jury. ng a libel suit of $000,- ttornoy Paxton, Dr. Frank lr Edward Stewart today, I himself from tho rango who have- been using ov- "t to got his deposition 'no suit of $100,000, still i n"t Paxton, alleges slan- PRESIDENT OF BELL PEOPLE TO TESTIFY Minority Stockholders De clare Trust Proven NEW YORK, February 10. Coun sel for tho minority, stockholders of tho Ohio and Indiana independent tele phone companies, tho control of which was recently sold to interests- as yet to be officially idontifled, said tonight that they were satisfied they had already proved the control had passed to tho American Telephoned Telegraph com pany. Tho hearing was adjourned for a week, when President Vail of the Bell concern will be called to testify. PROVIDE MILLIONS FOR GREAT HARBOR WASHINGTON, D. 0., February 10. To mnko Jamaica Bay the greatest harbor in tho world, the rivers and har bors bill provides $530,000 as an initial sum and authorizes the expenditure of $7,000,000 tyy the federal government conditional upon tho city of New York spending $10,000,000 more. Tho bill will be reported. tomorrow. NEW YORK STATE TRAILINGBRIBERS ' 'i HISTORY OF CASE of Colonel Thomas II. ' r 3, last, was attended by - that mystified tho mil '"y and closo frionds. Dr. I ' olonel Swopo iu his last II "1, in signing tho death -wn appoplexy as tho causo 1 December, an epidemic of ' '1 in tho Swono household, ' c'it persons woro stricken, 1 "riainan Swopo, died under '"in caused much npprcnen I' '-Jtinued on Pago Four) Testimony Yesterday Dam aging to Defense ALBANY, February 10. The trail of tho $6,000 bribej which the state gohato beard was distributed among three leg islators nine years ago by representa tives of a bridgo building combination, led back to its alleged source, tho vil lago of Groton, today. After tho attornoys of Senator Allds, whom Senator Conger of Groton accused of recoiving part of tho fund, had done their best to impugn the character of Conger's chief witness, Hiram Moo, Conger put his brothor, Jay, president of the Groton bank, on tho stnnd to substantiate Moo's story. Jay Conger corroborated Moo's as sertion that Moo was authorized to draw chocks over his own signaturo on tho account of Frank Conger, vice pres ident of tho bridgo company. ROUBLE OVER GIFT Princeton Officers Rowing Over Acceptance of Big Beneficence PRINCETON, February ' 10. Tho board of trustees of . Prirfecton, taking up tho graduate Qollogo controversy to day, sustained President Wilson's po sition that no accoptanco of a proffored gift shall impair tho power of the board "To control tho organization, de velopment and conduct of graduate work. " Neither Dean Androw West nor Pres ident Wilbon, tho conspicuous figures in tho dispute- rclnting to tho ofTor of $500,000 by "Willinm Proctor, '83, of Cincinnati, would issue statements to night, v Humors of resignati6ns arc groundless and tho indications aro. that, while tho graduato college plan has not been fin ished, tho ideas of tho dean and Mr. Proctor woro disapproved by tho com mittee. Dean West is in an embarrassing- positidn, but it- is bolioved an ami- j cablo adjustment will pcrsuado him WASHINGTON, D. C, February 10. After six hours of debate, which in cluded a night session of tho houso to night, it was voted to pormit members of tho joint committeo on printing to obey tho summons of the supremo court Of tho District of Columbia, Tho ac tion is exnetly tho rovcrso of tho sen ato in tho afternoon, and, in conse quence, Representatives Cooper of Penn sylvania', Sturges of West Virginia, and Finloy of South Carolina, will be tho only members of tho joint committee of six to appear in court tomorrow on mandamus proceedings instituted by the Valley Paper company of Ilolyokc, Mass., which is dissatisfied with tho pa por contract awarded by the committee. AVhother Senators Smoot, Bourne and Fletcher, tho sonnto members, will bo ndiudifed in confemnt for fnilm-n ti m. pear remains for the court to decide. MISSOURIANS WANT GAYNOR AS LEADER MARSITALLTOWN, la., Febru ary 10. A largo family party as sembled today to celebrate tho ono hundredth birthday of Joseph Tuf free, who is believed to bo tho old est man" ia this section of Iowa. Mr. Tuffrco js hnlo and hearty for a man of his years. A few weeks hence, when tho Elks dedicate their magnificent new club house here, Jfo will be initiated into Iho order. Tho occasion will bo mado a notable one, in view oi tho fact that Mr. TufTrce will bo tho oldest Elk in tho entire country. Judge J. 17. Snmmis of LeMars. grand exalted rultfr, and a number of other prominent officials and mem bers of tlio order will attend tho initiation.? Mr. TttfTree is a nativo of Delaware, but lias been a resi dent of Iowa for more than half a century. ! ! J 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 MAJORITY PARTY DOUGLAS HOSPITAL DESTROYED BY FIRE New York A lay or Invited to Address at Banquet NEW YORK, February 10. Mayor Gaynor is likely presidential timber Jn tho eyes of Missouri democrats. He re ceived a letter today inviting him to attend at- a dinuor at Springfield, Mo., on Apiil 1G, tha 107th anniversary of the birth of Jefferson. Tho invitation intimates that ho is looked upon in Mis souri as tho national leader of tho dem ocracy in 1912. Tho mayor has not signified his as sent, but it is undorstood nrraugoments are under way to launch a boom wheth er he attends or not. DOUGLAS, Ariz., February 10. St, Mary's hospital, conducted by Sisters of Mercy, bumod this afternoon. Tho patients and nuns wcro saved. Tho damago amounts to $1,000, covered by insurance. Tho building was leased from James Wood. TEDDY JUNIOR TO ESPOtJSE A BRIDE r NEW YORK, February 10. Mrs. Henry Addison Alexander of New York announced tonight the engagement of her daughter, Eleanor, to Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. ; Young Uoosovclt, since his graduation from Harvard, has been learning carpet manufacturing jn a factory at Thomp sonville, Conn. iMiss Alexander is 21 years of age. Her father wai- formerly a prominent lawyer, but now lives in Paris, whoro for several years bo has been counsel for tho American embassy. WOMAN DEFENDED BEFORE ILLINOIS SUPREME ,C0URT 'W. J. CALHOUN, WHO ASKS SUPEEME COURT TO PROTECT WOMEN Argues for Constitutionality of Law to Limit Work ing Hours SPIUNGFIELD, 111., February lq. William J. Calhoun, United States min ister to China, appearedrboforo tho su premo court of Illinois today in nn ap peal to have- that body overrule its de cision bearing upon tho ten-hour law for women. Judge Tuthill last July held tliO'lnw limiting tho working day to ton hours unconstitutional on tho ground that it infringes on woman's rights to contract for tho hiro of her labor. Ministor Calhoun was ono of a large number of Chicago men and womon ap posing tho decision, who appeared bo i'oro tho supremo court. Tho minister to China told the, court that ho would confine his address to a single phnso of tho case its humani tarian or common senso side. "I am not a radical or a socalst or an anarchist," ho said, "and I don't even belong to tho so-called 'uplift movement,' of which wo have heard so much recently. But I do take sufficient notico of somo of tho abuses. which ex ist in this highly and artificially dovel opod civilization of ours and which call aloud for correction. "In tho doctrine of freedom of con tract there is moro of fiction than moral-, ity. Wben men and women aro depend ent upon their daily wages; whon they aro face to faco with poverty all tho time, whQn the loss, of a day's work and a day's wago means not enough money to pay tho rent, or not enough to buy food, it is "Hot fair, it is not com mon sense, to say that they enjoy any freedom of contract for tho salo of their labor. "Many women in thoir struggles for food and shelter, yes, and for life it self, aro willing oven oagor to work long hours every day- in every week in tho year, year in 'and year out, until their bodies break down under tho strain. But tho wishes of such women should not bo allowed to militato against tho welfare of womankind and mankind in gencrnl. Whon a woman, be sho maid or mother" has worked in a factory ton long hours, sho has toiled to tho limit tho laws of this country should allow. " "But should tho solfish desiro of a few men to sell more goods, to grind out moro orders, bo allowed to stiflo tho needful demand of maidenhood and of motherhood?" States Attorney Wayman of Chica go, wh6 also nsked tho supromo court to set asido tho ruling of Judgo Tut hill, declnred tho logislaturo should havo the power to protect human be ings as it has tho power to protect ani mals. ' " Trust Legislation Trouble some Either Way it May Be Consummated TRUST ON ONE SIDE; MASSES ON OTHER Eyes of President and Ad visers Anxiously Turn to High Court JUUU Li U U IffSnUL i TTT11 J TT j A 1 1. ft f4 1. - "Vll 1 A. "I- 2. "Y w niaru xias .u-jiueiii; in oro sa-oouniry jc ligut, .duo ie- .. jsx ; naive l inTYin-nro anri Wotnr-nc in ivs-anniri-a l-i a wi ,vs ilton Makes Goo d Speed on Track -ZB, WASHINGTON, D. C, February 10. A conference held nt the White House laht night between Taft and Aldrick is only the forerunner of others for the near future, tho outcomo of which will probably be to issue a statement deal ing with a. situation that is discussed hero wherever two or three aro gathered together, yet which apparently nobody thus far has deemed prudent to make tho subject of a public utterance. That situation relates to the possible consequences, financial, industrial and political, hanging upon tho decisions of the supremo court of the United States in tho cases against tho American To bacco company and Standard Oil com pany. Tho immediate subject of tho coilfer enco of tho president and Aldrich was the administration's proposed amend ments to tho interstate commerce law, but the effect of the supreme court de cisions iu the tobacco and oil cases were discussed also and will -bo fur ther discussed Monday. Meanwhile, tho president will speak in New York Saturday night on the sub ject, it is said, of ,": 'Party Pledges, How They buoulil Jjb leytt' anujio is at tempting no concealmont or modifica tion of his intention to make tho deci sion pf tho supremo court the guide of tho government's further action in re gard to corporations charged with viola tions of tho Sherman anti-trust law. He makes it plain to all inquirers that he has in n6 wise changed his view of what, in his message to congress, he described as a duty to investigate the conduct of all trusts. Taft says ho will not bo swerved t herefrom by rumors of flurries and oth er manifestations in Wall street. Tho general impression here is that tho federal incorporation bill will not bo passed this session. All talk is un favorable to its substattial progress, and Taft recently disclaimed his inten tion of attempting to force its passage. But oven if it were enacted iu its present form, it offers, in tho opinion of'membors of congress and corporation men, no material relief for the condi tion that hangs upon the decision of tho anti-trust cases. Aldrich said today: "I can conceive no legislation with in tho powers of congress that can meet the situation, cither in anticipation of tho supromo court's decision, or sub sequent to it." "Except the repeal of tho Sherman law," suggested Senator Smith, grimly. He evidently regarded that as outside tho domain of possibilities. 'As for tho scopo of tho anti-trust cases'" "before the supreme court, hero is what Attornoy General Wackersham &aid in connection with tho motion to advance tho Standard Oil caso to im mediate hearing. "Tho tobacco case, just argued and submitted to tho court, and the Stan dard Oil caso present to tho court prac tically tho entiro rango of ntoderu in dustrial organizations in this country, and substantially every feature of tho so-called 'trust problem'." Tho proverbially delicato relation which the "market" and "Wall street" financial world generally , bear to tho nows and gossip of tho three great branches of government, make it superfluous to point out the effect tho docisions in these causes havo in tho field of finance Almost pathetic is the eagerness of thoso who aro in communi cation with tho market, to clutch at every crumb of nows and gossip on this subject. . Political leaders closely reflecting tho minds of tho leadors of industry, ex press a moro or less vaguo hoo that the court, should its judgment sustain tho government and bo hostile to tho de fendant corporations, will point out somo mcasuro of that relief which from any point of view appears outside tho possiblo rango of legislation. Politically tho consequences of tho decision either-way aro momentuous, es pecially so to tho majority party, in tho ovont'of tho defeat of tho gov ernment. 'iJf tho trusts win and congress is helpless to assist tho situation cither way, whero aro wo at?" asked n re publican leader today. 1 -This is tho topic most discussed in Washington. Tho tobacco case is set for argument on-March 14. - - -f .. . v- -a i--jtf-n .. .. T5-. - special to tne silver ueit. .- ,v PHOENIX; Ariz., February 10. All Arizona is today enjoying for the first' time an exhibition in aeronautics by two Kreat aviators. Cnarles K. Hamll-s . ton and Charles F. Willard. All Arizona is said, for there is not a town of J promlnenco in tho territory that is not represented In Phoenix tonight. ' - At the fair grounas toaay, preliminary nignts were made in ail oi tne machines to be used during the meeting, and while no records were tried for, a taste of. what Is to come was given the visitors. Hamilton did a mile for speed over the course that lacked but one second of the speed record made at Rheims, France, during tho international meet. His time was 1- minute and 19 seconds" for the mile. In his glides he pleased the crowd most. Stopping the motor to his big eight-cylinder bi-plane while about 500 feet In mid-air, he would shoot to the ground in a most spec tacular manner, making a landing with ease safely. x Willard started on a cross-country jaunt, but while about two miles away met with a mishap and landed in an irrigated field. He took about an hour '' for repairs and later appeared on the horizon while Hamilton was making a Journey in search of him. The crowd went wild with enthusiasm uad upon the return to the field of both aviators they were forced to appear In front of tho grand stand and show themselves. During the afternoon, Hamilton carried as a passenger Harry I. Latham, in a short flight without accident. Saturday Governor Sloan will take a ride with Hamilton in a cross-coun try flight, while ono event oi especial interest Jomorrow will be a race of ten miles between an aeroplane and an automobile. The greatest outdoor show ever given in Arizona is on at Phoenix. The attendance is more than satisfactory today and more special trains are enrouto to rhoenix. s FLOUR TEST CASE AGAIN BEING TRIED NEW ORLEANS, La., February 10. The suit of the United States against tho Aetna Milling company of Wichi ta, Kas., the trial of which has several times been postponed, was called again in' the United States district court here today. The suit is a test caso brought by the governmentJLo determine wheth er or not the so-called bleaching of flour is a violation of the national pure f&od lavs. i LPS FALLE Madriz Government Appre hensive and Unable to . Check Insurgents MANAGUA, February 10. General Chamorra and 1200 revolutionists cap tured Matagalpa today. Tho city was undofended, tho government troops hav ing evacuated. It is rumored, however, that the insurgents defeated General Carrero and S00 men near Muymuy, and continued on to Matagalpa without op position. There they requisitioned the government munitions and supplies. There is no concealing tho fact that the government is apprehonsive. - A Son was bom today to the wife President Madriz. , Matagalpa is tho capital of Mata galpa department and has popujtiou of 9,000. It is eighty miles in a direct lino from Managua. Tho steamer Managua was capturqd at the wharf today by a group oi thirty young men of tho conservative party, headed by Alexander Soloizano, a rela tivo of Ferdinand Soloizano, leader of the party, who is a political prisoner. The capture was effected after an ex change of -aboutt fifty shots. UNCLE SAM SAVES COIN ON PENSIONS WASHINGTON, D. C, February 10. Tho pension bill, carrying $15,074,000, was reported today. The bureau esti mates were cut $175,000. Tho appropri ation is $5,000,00,0 less than last year. S GETS CHILD Action Believed to End Liti gation in Arizona for Little Fellow i TUCSON, February 10. Louis Ad ams was today awarded tho custody of his son, Jdhn, aged 8, by the district court. This action is belioved to indi cate tho ond of legal proceedings against Adams in Arizona. Attorneys for Mrs. Kimball, the grandmother, de clare, however, the fight for possession of tho boy lias just begun. This is taken to mean they will ronew tho batUo whenever Adams attempts to take the boy" across the borders of the territory. IE IEAT BOON 10 BUSINESS Dealer Has Trouble Proving -It Before House Commit- r tee Yesterday - "":-k-- WASHINGTON, D. C, February 10.- Defending the -cotton exchanges as,' gatherers of true information dissem inated to everyone interested, Solomon Napoleon Cone, of Greensboro, N. C, at tacked tho proposed anti-option bill on hearing in the houso committee on agri culture today. Cone described himself as a spot cot ton dealer, stockholder in various mills," member of "all the cotton exchanges in the world," and a handler of more than $1,000,000 worth of cotton. "I do not defend gambling," he ex,-, plained. "I think tho wholo matter be fore tho committeo is a matter of eth ics, pne for the preachers to deal with"!" - " "The common report recently," sujj--t'Vp-cested Chairman Scott, "is that Patten - of Chicago, came down to New York and picked up $5,000,000 out of tho cot ton market. If that is true, who paid the prot!" T' "Much of that money was lost in' both a legitimate and illegitimate way, as commerce runs," answered Cone, ' evasively. "Why, if it is such a boon to tho 3, cotton trade to have a future market," -inquired Scott, "has not a similar sys-" tchi been evolved in the iron business, hay, or other lines of industry?". Cone did not furnish much informa- ' ' tion on tho point. "There arc, I believe, about 100,' 000,000 bales of cotton dealt in annual-i ly on. the Now York cotton exchange," suggested Scott. Bcforo Cone replied, Neville explain- ' cd with some feeling: "With duo defer ence to the committee, I consider that a matter of estimate. Thero is no way of getting at the figures." Tho chairman dropped tho subject for tho present, his purpose being to show tho -radical diirerencq between the transactions on the exchange and tho actual number of bales. ff-.i'fcfom'- y Vtf? :i TO DISCUSS CARE . OF INSANE PEOPLE MARLIN, Texas, February 10. A majority of tho counties of Texas were represented at tho opening hero today of a two days' conference of tho coun ty judges' and commissioners' associ ation. Better methods for tho care of tho insand"is the principal subject slated for discussion at tho meeting. '" SCRAPPERS AGREE TO FIGHT AGAIN LOS ANGELES, February 10. Flynn and Langford signed articles today for forty-five rounds at the old, Jeffries Vernon arena on March 17. Langford left for San Francisco, whence ho will go to Cheycnno to fight Nat Dewey twenty rounds on February 22. not to resign. . 4 . - '