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Friday, April S, 1910.
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Pajrc Five ARTIN THEATE Quinn Bros. Stock Co. Headed by Chas. King and Blanch Douglas TONIGHT and ALL WEEK STARTINC at 8:30 That Phenomenal Success "RAFFLES" UNDER MANAGEMENT QUINN BROTHERS Seats on Sale at Maxson's i & V TRIAL JI W GRINDING IN VALLEY Lumber Case Occupies All of First Day's Proceedings at Solomonville GUILTY PLEA FOR ACCUSED BURGLAR Numerous Civil Matters At tended to and Indict ments Returned Special to tlie Silvcr'Ilelt. SOLOMONVILLK, April 7. Tho trial jury was sworn In this morning nnd with tho completion of this work, tho trial of civil nml criminal matters beforo tho court wero taken uj. Tho first jury trial to bo taken up was t civil action of W. T. Ilnyburn ami oth ers, vs. tho Mount Graham Lumber com- i v pany, an action to recover on a con tract. This case was not completed this afternoon. Many, offenders who havo been in dicted by tho grand jury woro in court ( this morning. Thomas Durnn, charged - with burglary, pleaded guilty. Ho will be sentenced tomorrow morning. Simon Siron, charged with rape, also pleaded guilty. Ho will bo sentenced Saturday morning. King Reese, charged with bu'rglary; Leon Vnldez, charged with assault with a deadly weapon, and .T. I?. Graham, charged with arson entered picas of not guilty. Their trial's aro set for 'Friday, Saturday nnd Tuesday, re spectively. Jesus Amador, charged with forgery, is also scheduled to bo tried Saturday. Within tho past two days, numerous civil matters have been disposed of. In tho suit of AV. I). Fonda vs. John Berberich, judgment was granted tho plaintiff In tho sum of $00 and costs. K. F. Dallas was granted a similar judgment in an action ngainst W. I Ga!o. Tho complaint in this suit was dismissed ngainst E. W. Taylor, another defendant. Tlio suit of J. D. Leo vs. tho Gila Valley railway, an action to recover damagos for 'tho killing of a cow, was dismissed, having been set tled out of court. Tho su'it of tho Storn Price Importing company against J. M. Sparks was continued for tho tonn , and that of Casa N. Bray vs. Leo J. Bray, was dismissed without prejudice. Alexander W. Fraser and Sedgwick V. Frazer of Morenci wero admitted to citizenship. Lato yesterday afternoon and today the grand jury returned tho following indictments: II. J. Clark and Bex Starten, murder; J. A. Hildroth, em bezzlement; J. B. Graham, arson; Luz Oqhoa, nssault with intent to kill; For firo Estrada, assault with intent to kill; John Doe, assault with intent to kill; and Gregorio Gonzales, Marito Cuores, Bafncl Bamos, Bamon Buelas, Francis co Beycs and Merced Bodriguez, rob bery. Tho latter defendants aro but sixteen years of ago, four indictments being returned ngainst them. They nro charged with robbing tho storo of tho Arizona Commercial company at Morenci. SI I BE CALLED ON May Have to Pay $1,000 on Peace Bond of Pete Vuscovich' In addition to placing him behind the bars on a cliargo of assault with intent to commit murder, tho action Of Bote A'uskovich in stabbing his wit'o with a candlestick a week ago, may also cost his bondsmen the sum of $1,000. Vuskovich was iirrestcd several months ago on complain of neighbors who charged him with beating his wife. After an examination in ono of tho justice of tho peace' courts ho was placed under u peace bond in tho sum of $1,000, to prevent him from molest ing his spouso in tho future. In llio event of his conviction on the charge which he now faces, an ac tion will bo instituted by tlio district attorney to recover on tlio bond. Vuskovich 'was to havo been given an examination in Judge Hinson Thom as' court yesterday, but at tho request of Attorney Eugeno Miller, counsel for the delcnse, tlio hearing was continued until Monday. RETURNED Dr. M. D. Thomas, Arizona's old re liable optician, office at ii.)9 Xorth Broad street, next door to Shute's old corral. Telephone .'172 and I will call at your house without oxtra charge. All work guaranteed. Office hours from ii to 3 p. m. I havo taken charge of tho Amerl can Shoe Shop, on Bailey street First class wok guaianteed JOHN C VBOLVN GRAFT SKELETON STALKS IN LEGISLATURE OF OHIO Bribery Charges Are Made Against Repersentatives in Telephone Bill COLUMBUS, Ohio, April 7. Bepre sentativc Howard Pears of Allen coun ty, testifying before the house of rep resentatives bribery investigation com mittco today, said that SVnion Cronin of Akron, telephone attendant in the houso for ten years, offered him $100 to support the Klson Telephone merger, which passed tho houso a month ago. Pears was averse to giving tho namo until threatened with a fine for Con tempt. Cionin, when informed of Pear's tes timony, denied tlio charge. Bepiesentativo Frank Woods of Me dina testified that Representative Mey er Gelerd of Lucas, du'ring conversa tion had given him tho impression that efforts had been mado to bribo him to support tho bill. He also testified'ihat Representative Moriez of Cuvnhoga had told him ho had been offered $30 to vote against reconsideration of tho Klson measure. To ' theso men Woods is said to havo given advice that if they could not prove tho offers had been mado, and if no ono had overhead them, they had better say nothing. Tho testimony of Representative Kl son of Tuscarawas, author of the nicas uro, that no ono assisted him in its preparation, was contradicted by his seatmate, Representative Smith of Mar ion, who said Klson told him Cyrus Huling, a Columbus attorney, rnd given him aid in drawing tho bill. Huling was active several years ago for tho independent telephone inter ests. Tho connection of his jianie with them throw light on his efforts to get tlio bill through, for, whilo it legalizes telephone morgers, the independents as serted they opposed its passage. Frank Davis of Columbus, head of tho principal independent companies of Ohio, recently purchased by J. P. Mor gan & Co., said tonight that Huling had no connection with any Ohio inde pendent company. IN ALBANY Burlesque Politics Furnish Amusement foi; Great and Near-Great Guests SPOTLIGHT SHOWS BWANA TUMBO Bogus Roosevelt Says "No Return from .Elba for Your Teddy" ALBANY, X. ., April 7. Official Albany took a night off to attend tho annual dinner of the Legislative Cor respondents' association tonight. Governor Hughes, Timothy L. Wood ruff, chairman ot the republican state committee; Chairman Connors of the democratic stato committee, and scores of stato officers, legislators, and men prominent in public life, enjoyed tho shafts of wit that flashed across the banquet board. While tho diners wero assembling in tho lobby of tho Ten Kyck hotel, a member of the association, dressed to represent Deacon "Hi" Moe of Croton, circulated among them. Ho appioached Governor Hughes and other prominent guests, handing to each an envelope labeled "Don't get mine mixed with anybody elso's. " The banquet hall was decorated elab orately. One end of the room was r. 'served ns a memorial to flio "Old Guard." There was not a touch of led, whito or blue on that wall. In stead it was hung with a black flag, having in tlio center a skull and cross bones. Under tho flag was tho inscription, "It's better to nail the black flag to the masthead than to run n'p the white flag of "surrender. " Xe-ir this were two other inscriptions, "The Old Guard dies, but never sur renders," and "Don't cheer, boys." "While tho guests were trying to pay attention to some of the eatables, the lights went out, and there was a loud blaro of horns, crashing of drums and rolls of thunder. Then in the blaze of a spot 'light appeared "Bwana Tnmbo" in African costume, with a gun strapped across his shoulder. He announced em phatically that ho would not have H "Return from Klba." "They tell mo Boot is trying to bun Tim Wnodrii'iT," he said. "That is ab surd, ridiculous. Woodruff has been dead so long it would be a waste f tunc " V peisi.i) representing lilmclf ns I'lilm Root was Killed upon to answer fi w noes ions PRESS IN RAVE ANNUAL JOUST "What do you think will be the principal issue of tho coming cam paignf" ho was asked. "Trying to forget recent events," Mr. Boot .said after much though. Then followed a farewell address by Governor Hughes, impersonated by ono of tho members, in which ho paid his respects to tho bosses and politicians and predicted that they would ,all bo turned out to grass as soon as his direct primary bill began working. lEiSTliili RAPIDLY Victim of Automobile Acci dent Has Good Chance ' for Recovery Harry Temple, who was seriously in ju red in a collision between his motor. cycio- aim me auiomouiiu oi jjis h. Xaquin, Wednesday -evening, is im proving rapidly at his homo and ac cording to reports received lato last night, will recover from his injuries. Although the young man bled in ternally after tho accident, it was stated last night by Harry Temple, his father, that these hemorrhages had al most ceased and that it was believed that no serious internal injuries wero Caused when two wheels of tho automo bile passed over the young man's body. Temple was feeling much better last night and was able to give a detailed account of the affair. He holds that Mr. Xaquin was not to blanio for tho accident, but that the collision was tho outcohio of a misunderstanding for which neither driver was directly to blame. BROTHERS LOSE ALL E Kansas City Men Found on Banks of River After Several Weeks KANSAS CITV, Mo., April 7. Fin ancial losses incu'rred in a partnership brokerago firm, are believed to "havo caused tho doublo suicide of Xels and C. AV. Olsen, brothers, whose bodies wero found on the banks of tho Mis souri rived, threo miles cast of here today. Their deaths, it appears, wero delib erately planned. On January 23, fol lowing a series of reverses on the board of trade, the brothers left their apart ments here nnd havo not been seen alive since. After their departure, relatives said the men announced they "Had lost all" and intondejl to kill them selves. Rumors had it that their losses amounted to $100,000. Two fishermen came upon tho bodies today. They had been dead several weeks. Clutched tightly in the hand of ono man was a revolver containing empty shells. The authorities say he may have shot his brother and then killed himsolf. Could Not Prove Alibi A lawyer whose practice seldom gets beyond the justice courts has caused many a laugh by his rather innocent way of asking leading questions intend ed to forewarn tho witness how to an swer. Of course these questions invar iably are objected to by tho state, but doubtles they have won many cases for the lawyer. Upon ono occasion n client became convinced that this lawyer was endangering his liberty and quickly took tho case into his. own hands, lost it and was sentenced to a term in jail. Tho story reminded a judge a few days ago, of how Miko Murphy defended him self against the charge of luutnlly as saulting a Chinaman. Mike had de cided to defend himself when no law yer in town would attempt it. "You have no case,"" an attorney told him, "but if you hae u friend to prove mi alibi von might try it." "I have Tim Maginnis, " Mike re plied. "Very well. After the Chinaman has presented his case you call Magin nis and be sure to ask him 'Mr. Ma ginnis, where was I when tho China man was struck in front of the ho tel'" When tho healing camo on Mike waited his opportunity.. At the proper moment ho called Maginnis. "Mr. Maginnis," he began, "do you understand tho nntuVe of au. oath?" "I t'ink I d(5." "Well, sor, thin please tell the court wlhero I was whin I sthruck the China man in front of tho hotel?" "Yo wero home in-bed," was the as tonishing reply, but Mike's alibi failed. "Bridget," began Mrs. Youngbride, timidly, "I don't suppose you would er object to my getting an alarm clock." "Xot at all, ma'am," re plied the lazy cook. "Them things never disturbs mo at all." Catholic Slandnid and Times. D su Madamoiselle Dazie, a Well Known Dancer i Jp&s ? m . ? This well known danseuse has brought su'it for divorco from her husband M. A. Leuschncr. The knowledge of this fact has caused considerable surprise, as they have bfCn considered very hnp py in their marital relations. Mile. Dazie and Mark Leuschcr mado ono of the most interesting and most popular of all American theatrical mar ried pairs. It was Mr. Leuschcr who brought the talented dancer prominent ly beforo the public. According to cur rent report, M. Leuschncr has not en tered a defense to his wifo's complaint. WINDOW GLASS MEN Charged That Price of Com modity Has Increased 60 Per Cent PITTSBUBG, Pa., April 7. The Imperial- Window Glass company, incor porated in West Virginia, anil sixteen officials nnd directors, were indicted by a special federal grand jury hero today on threo counts, charging conspiracy in restraint of tho hand-blown window glass trade; engagement in illegal com petition and attempt to monopolize in terstate trado. Tho omcials are: Pres ident Myron- L. Case of Maumee, Ohio; Vice President Healy of Bradford, Pa., nnd Treasurer Sayro of Morgantown, W. Va. Tho secretary of .tho company, B. B. Johnston of Pittsburg, was not named in the indictments. ' Ho appeared as tho principal witness for the government and may, it is said, be granted immunity. The presentment, however, was based in part on tho testimony of other wit nesses. District Attorney .Ionian said tonight that tho price of window glass had increased about GO per cent since tho incorporation of tho Imperial Win dow Glass company. Westminster Abbey The finances of Westminster abbey are In a very precarious condition. On the advent of Dean Bradley in 18S2 tho outer fabric was discovered to bec in a fearfully dilapidated state, whilo tho revenues of the abbey, mainly de rived from landed property, were sink ing lower and lower. It was a crisis, but fortunately it was met by so com petent a muster as the late dean. While tho revenues were placed on a secure foundation, they remained wholly inad equate, and an immense grant was made by the ecclesiastical commissioners to save the building. Today the abbey is staggering under n tremendous debt, while ono of its canouries is suspended for an-indefinite period. Exchange. ! Send some of tlio Special Mining 1 Editions of the Silver Belt to yoiirl friends abroad. A few left at the low I Drice of 25 cerits each. i All accounts dup Sliuto & Iligdnn 1 that aro not settled on or beforo April 13, 1910, will be placed in the hands1 of our attorney for collection. ' L rsS & ;BK&. Ki- --? MS ..I XVi CTED H WANTS YOUR BUSINESS Fire Insurance, Real Estate Loans and Bonds AGENT FIDELITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION LET ME BUILD iOUA HOME BOOM 21, GLOBE OFFICE BuILDING TELEPHONE MAIN 177 GLOBE, ABIZONA COAST SCORES OAKLAND, April 7. Oakland G, 10, 2; San Francisco, 5, 10, 1. Thirteen innings. Batteries Hender son and Hackctt; Berger and Carmen. SACRAMKNTO, April 7. Los Ange les, 7; Sacramento, 0. LOS AXGKLKS, April 7. A'ernon, G; Portland, 2. SAN FRANCISCO, April 7. Oak land, G; San Francisco, o. PERSONAL MENTION $''z$aSai$$'I3S2'ai'aS B. Tinker of Miami spent last night in this city. George Henderson came in from Liv ingston yesterday on business. Fred Russell of Miami was a busi ness isitor in this city yesterday. Fied Hoar returned from Maricopa last night, with Mrs. Hoar, whom lie met at that place. Len Scott of Morenci arrived hero last night, and will leave for the Kel vin district today, by stage. Attorney C. L. Rawlins spent yester day in court at !?.lonionviIlo, returning to this city last .night. Bev. K. G. Decker and wife returned to this city last, night after attending a conference at Phoenix. Attorney F. S. Nave, who has been in Solomonville for the past few days, returned to this city last night. C. C. Mallard, superintendent of the Arizona Eastern lailway, was in faol omonvillo yesterday, as :f witness in court. Will Bonndey left yesterday morning for &afford where he 'will make a short visit, looking after the interests of the Solomon Wickcrsham company. II. B. Hickey who has been in this city for seevral days looking after the interests of tho Maytag-Mason Motor car company will leave for Log Angeles this morning on business. Mac Bobinson, former deputy city marshal, is spending a few days at In diau Hot Springs, to recuperate from injuries received from a fall in an abandoned shaft a few days ago,' NEW LATHE FOR Heavy Machine to Be Used for Turning Down Roll ing Stock Wheels Another improvement to tho local shops of the Arizona Eastern railway has just been made, by tho addition of a huge wheel lathe, used to dress tho tires of locomotives and car wheels. Tho new lathe, which weighs several The Rosary PHOENIX, ARIZ. Phone: Bed 8431 Cut flowers for all occasions. AMERICAN BEAUTIES Our specialty. Mail orders given prompt attention. City Ice Cream Parlor L. N. MAEX, Prop. Across the street from BroAvn's Store Manufacturcrsand Distributors V of all kinds of Ice Creams & Sherbets The only place in town where you can get pure ice cream delivered to your home on a moment's notice. Pints, 3oc Quarts, 70c Gallon, $2.00 Special rates on large quantities. R O WN tons, was tried out yesterday when the drivers of one of the bjggcst engines on the local line -were placed in the machino to bo trued up. Tho lathe worked almost automatically, turning out work which in the past could not be done in the local shops. While the new machine can be used on wheels and axles alike, a separate S" The North will give a ocial at Library Hall CHOIR s DANCE AT Dreamland TONIGHT Special Music! Special Program! Refreshments! Everybody Invited! Come out and have a Royal, Jolly GoodTime. GENTLEMEN'S TICKETS $1.00 PICTURES and Pidture Framing Buttcrick G. S. VAN WAGENEN & CO. made bytheCUBAN CIGAR C2,denver,colc. ARIZONA INVESTMENT CO. BEN JONES, Manager. One of the truck farms Just north of Globe is for sale at a bargain price, a twenty-room house for rent at $55.00. This Is close to the busi ness center. One of the nicest five-room houses in town is to be sold less than cost. A good mining lease is to be let. All information rela tive to these propositions and some more can be had at our office. We sell and rent typewriters of all makes. Call and seo us. . Office 177 THE ST. ELMO Sydnor & Sterns, Props. The Finest of Wines Liquors and Gigars We handle only the . Best Quality Goods 474 North Broad Street nxle lathe is alo being installed This mat hine is designed t dress down axles upon which the wheels have not been set and will also fill a long felt want. Both machines were put in place only with difficulty, owing to their weight, several weeks being requ'ircd in tlio work. Globe Pleasure Club Dance Saturday Night GIRLS LADIES FREE Patterns No. Broad. v