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Arizona Silver Belt (Newspaper) - July 21, 1907, Globe, Arizona I ARIZONA Volume Number eiLA JULY 1907 RECORD JIT OLD Largest Production of Any One Histbryof Company Furnaces IMPORTANT CHANGES v BEING CONSIDERED Gibson Company ing New Threecompartment Sriiprrients Are Still in Old Dominion made a record output of copper duringthc past furnaces blast andthe produc tion for bo fully as large as nas been On oneday 530 bars were runout in the twentyfour Arrivals continue large and tax the ca pacity of the Dominion Heeeipts are especially hoavy there are still gome cars of coke to progress is beingmade on development and usual amount of ore is being hoisted sufficient meet smelter The important incident week visitof Kicketts of wno is still eer for the Old and John chief mechanical the Phelps Dodge In addi tion todeciding onthe central Bieketts tookup with the local management several matters whichif the suggestions are adopted will chrfnges in placing new equipmentat the one which is to all of the pumps in Ashaft instead of at G shaft as originally intended and to connect two shafts withalargo drain The consist of two l800gallonB per minuto capac ity to be installed on tho 12th and two capacity1 for the 10th level With the pumps now will est and finest Arizona Bickettsexpf essed himselfas well pleased the pro isthat had beenmade in all depart later informed the newspaper that he intended this a preliminary step toj a eritieismsmade by Deitz of expert testimonywere There was another sensationtoday in sudden motion made by witnesses from Oho of ftese witnesses is a young namedliencwlio was re cently confined same Hau onacharge of has since been acquitted and the other is Leni latter swore his had air interview with which he hadjinipor tant jriformatibix which from Hau while they were im prison wliielx it is calculated will At this court this afternoon Deltas It jiow becomes clear the line of action ofthedefense is to throw suspi cion on aman named who was on the employ oftho Molitorsas a ser Tho not that of the was following The mysterious circumstance is disappeared soon after ahcl the prosecution author ities have not been able to ascertain his 1 viewof the introduc tion of suchpoints as the foregoing trie hearing of thecasewill be prolonged into leadori Collision Between a Freight and Passenger Train Yesterday in Bv Associated KANSAS CITX the Missouri at Kan sas continue rise and added re ports damage came in Associated July except pos sible showers cooler northern ments at the Old Vprevioua visit a word warm the Silver Belt Representatives tle Has Been WAS OPENED TO e Way Qibion Copper v After themost in its history Gibson now splendidly equipped in a financial hmibegun new shaft to taie tho place of the present incline Raising was begun from two levels some time but from the surface was only the latter part of the the new hoisting machinery thecompany will have one of the finesti equipped plants the shipments j continue heavy can be being tho Olobo Consolidated Good progress made at shafts ofthe Globe In or GlobeBoston shaft streaks of are showing in the which give promise of oro developments at further which were not The shaft is now 725 feet TheGem shaft is now approximately with no change in the Arizona Colorado Superintendent of the Ari zona Colorado reports that the main sihaft at the mine is still inledge mat beenfifty feetof min eralized ledge matter with but a small showing of the management ex to break into the ore atany Sinking is progressing rapidly and well The shaft is about 650 feet deep History of HEAVY MOBTOAOE OF THE WABASH LINE By Associated MONTGOMERY mortgage was filed in the Montgomery county recorders office today against the Wabash Bail road Itis stated that a sim mortgage will be recorded in every Missouriand Iowa the Wabash lines The object of the mort is to secure the first refund ing and extension fiftyyear four percent gold bonds and is madeto the Bowling Green Trust Company of New Vah Blarcom of Louis and Jamefe BiForgan of KARL HAU CASE MORE AND MORE SENSATIONAL By July Mysterious incidents are multiplying in connection with the trial of college professor of on the charge of murdering his mother Frau at Baden November Soon after court opened today another tilt between the opposing counsel during which Herr counsel for announced that he had sentrepresentatives this morning to state attor in connection with remarks made by attorney at a sitting yesterday and that Bleicherhad refused to re Amining which n large number of Globe people are interested is that embraced what is generally known as the SanCarlos About ten years after repeated appeals fromimining the department open ed to entry a large par of the San Car los reservation lying south andeast at some distance from the Gila Later anothermineral tract has been thrown open many locations made time the Strip opened a representative of the Silver Belt made atrip over themineral and the at the time have al ways left anabiding faith that the new mining region would make good if given a Men had gone there who would work to prove the value o the earnest effort and hones operations have beea pursued withou4 barren As a mineral section the Strip hasnever been found want has been slow in its After ten years of exploitation a less desultory fieldis still a virgin one The earliestoperations in prospecting were met with adversities that fev soldiers of fortune to am manjwho dared lost their lives in tlr In 1892 two Germans Jake Filleman and Fred ran cattle the Santa Teresa mountains on the eastern end of what is now the Theirlog built among the pines and in1 the very heart of the It was known as the Dutch cabinfor many and todayitis surrounded by a half dozen tents and cabins and has become a part ofthe new Cobre Grande copper Filleman during their cattle operations in the xSanta Teresa located a copper claim and sunk a were not altogether successful in their enterprise either in developing ore orattracting attention ofminingmen to the It later became known as shaft and workwasnot prosecuted init for the last few Last spring Julius theGlobe went into that and discovered all alongoneside of Today there is opened one of the bestprospects in atthat and the old Booken shaft is now embraced in the group of Claims known as the Cobro Hammons and Smith ofGlobe hold an option on this when he after They were in the first car of the train andyoung conia see the reight the excursion rain swung The next came together with He said I was soaked with from the was objects terrible I regained senses T waaapiiailciJi I PEOPLE THE WRECK enses she off and she that Together Lay by Side After theWrecki Heads Be ing Turned Same 3y Associated July peo ple are and more than seventy many as result of collision today this illagoand Marqnette excursion bound from bhia to crashed into a west bound freight in a cut located in a harp curve of Pere bad about of A passenger train of eleven carrying Pere Marquette shop of their families to the yiichigan metropolis for their annual was running at a rapid probably fifty and i steep It struck the lighter ocomptive of freight engine with ii terrific force asto the freight completely The wrecked locomotives this after noon lay side by both headed east Only a few of the freight train cars were smashed a ew hours to remove all traces of them rqm the the two wrecked locomotives six cars of the passenger train lay piled hopeless Four passenger coaches remained on the track undamaged and o convey the dead and injured to Ionia one with the forward trucks the These were lie rear five coaches next ahead of these were The next forward ear stood almost on end after the its forward end resting on the Fireman Knowles died on the relief train en route to bringing the list of dead with a possibility that more in the wreckage and that several of the wreck The of s mothers djjyen itim nearlj party Miss Spokane sitting in the middle of the of the over lor coverinjlivpf cushions and articles the forward dark and unable to realize what liad he timepinned One passengir who jumped from the window of Coach after the col ision aliglited uponEngineer of who eaped engine and on he watch in trying to earn any blame for the The crash trains was up hetracks and many farmers1 working near realizing that a tragedy had their homes with bedding The responsibility been put squarely upon crew of the freight trainby the of Those who tho secured crew the freight orders under which it was running and which clearly showed the position of the passenger excursion train and that the freight liad encroached upon the other trains running The special was due Salem a and at plymouth at It passed Salem on The time card ofthe special was telegraphed to the freight crew in the form a train orderand this order with thesig natures ofthefreight train crew at tached hasbeen secured by tlie officials The freight crew left scene earlj but the railroad say they ex plained simply that they had fergot The and FOR STATE E Talks for Nearly Eight Hours During Three Sessions of ierof eet away griaingledU They joined in while hurried to the scene from all The1 uninjured women passengers tore jlrom their clothing tohelpibandage up the wounds of the suflEeringopersons before the phy the relief ALBEBT cut in CHARLES HEBMANN ROGERS ED CHARLEaiMcCAULEY EDWABD CHARLES BROAD WILLIAM FIREMAN WILLIAM FRANK 7 GHARLES Grand HIXLEY passenger Herman and Daniel aged 13 arid 18 sons Charles A widow andsix other children are James Vizard was a well known ball STREET CAR WAR CAUSES THE SHEDDING OF BLOOD Thecollision occurred at oclock and should have reached Salem at to be wittip The Ionia crowded with womenand childrenat6 oclock this It was the annual of the shop men of road to Every family had lunch baskets and many of were eating when the two trains crashed Panic Among Passengers The impact was terrific and a num ber passengers sitting near windows of the rear end the undamaged were through the win to the There was of As STIFLING HEAT FAILS TO KEEP AWAY CROWDS Denounced Federation Officials Not Claim that jority ofMembers of Miners Union Are at 8 o in the This on the part of Magill led to sus i The sheriffs state ment The coroner told me that Ma selecting the names of the whom he wished on the had telephoned three out of the CAB WOSKERS ABE OUT OH A STRIKE By Associated July hundred car at the Island shops are a vote having been taken authorizing a strike of the shop men of the entire system if the paint ers discharged at shops are not JAPAN MAY EXERT ITS FULL POWER Marquis Soon to Tokio Satisfiedwith Korean DISCOURAGED KOREAN SOLDIERS ARE MUTINOUS CHABOES BEDTTCED BUT TINES MADE HEAVT Jy Associated July leading counsel of the state of presenting the first arguments to the jury in thecase against Hay spoke for nearly eight dis iributed over three sessions of 3ven when the afternoon1 session today lad extended far beyond the customary every seat in the courtroom was and remained BO until sun beat down and the atmos phere was almost Fans and pen windows furnished little or None listened more attentively to the arguments than and none showed less Prom time1 to time he took copious notes and fre quently made suggestions to one or the other of his seven of whom were in court Throughout the Hawley used an almost conversational Step by step he followed Orchard along the road ho greatCriminal had selected after eft theCoeur stopping at the Vindicator mine andthen at the Inde oendence depot to count In Denverone more was added to the Witnesses Denounced Analysis of thetestimony of contra diction of story concluded frequentlywitha denunciation of wit ness after witness as willful perjurers or unintentional ue had spoken five hours Haw ley1 Lad1 reached where at the close of the year 1905 preparations for the of Steunenberg were foot His voice now found a sympa thetic as he told of the last mo ments or the exgovernor the court room YWS8 hushedand the leaned forward to the speakers every Young Julian face quivering other 4sign no attemptat of but only a strong note of deep sincerity and great earnestness when ho pleaded for honest judgment from honestmen of Not Warring on Federation will be ho with making war on the Western but I ask your honest I do not seek to hang the scalps of innocent men to my belt am here to hunt the Hawley said he did not charge fhe or even that many ofthe Western Federation were but evil deeds of the of charge of rape against Blaz Plamluac and Mila Boloyich made on complaint of Jovita a Mexican wag reduced to a misdemeanor n Judge Kawlings court yesterday af Both men pleaded guilty and assessed and vhich were immediately Assiat District Attorney Weinberger ap leared for the territory and Attorney French for the El Easo a Prize ByAssociated July Announcement was made today that the lodge of Elks had been warded the first prize of for ng the largest number of men in Jiursdays Kansas City was warded the second prize of The prize of for the lodge laving the greatest aggregate mileage was offered to New Denver given second El Paso The closed to lay with the of Atlantie TWOCOMPARTMENT U SHAFT 200 FEET DEEP panic aitiong the of the coaches for a few tbe When few days ago there wasbutOneman at the camp as He was engaged in extending work in a The prop erty is opened by tunnels and drifts thatreveal ore in The Cobre Grande is oh the extreme west ofthe porphyry zone in which the mineral is Upon the which bears easterly and westerly through the there are numbers of Close to Stanley Butte there is a group of claims which are of interest Continued Page Five unfortunate people realized that tliey had not been hurt they rushed from the cars to rescue their friends and rela among the wreckage Families were scat tered among cars and there was a search rela Mothers ran screaming up and searching for whiile many young people were as frantically calling As by the Uninjured man of while his sister was in oneof themiddle coaches and his fatherandmother were in one of themost seriously Wefeltthe gar when the car brakes were and then before anyone had time to stand up came the crash of the In the confusion of the moment I realize thit the car wasundamaged and seeking a quick exit to the open I jumped through an open window to the I found my sisterseveral cars but a couple of with her head and hands covered Father was sitting inside the window of one of the for ward cars his right arm and shoulder and leaning but his left hand caught fast where the seats had jammed together in the It took three or four minutes to get him Jay a young man from hada horrifying He wai sitting in a his mother anc ByAssociated SAN July a result of an afctack upon the crow of a car late to night two1 men were shot and woundec and iour persons injured in the wreck ing of building by a runaway car Many severly clubbed and more than a score of arrests were made While a car of United Railroads in charge Talktskong and Motor man Morris Fell reached the end of its run on top of the hill at Twenty and North East streets at tonight and the crew was just starting on the return three unknown men standing in the darkness about fifteen yards away openedfire onthe car with Conductor Taltskong had raised Ms left arm to signal the to go ahead when a bullet imashedhis Almost the same moment the Diotorman dropped to the car with a bullet inhis right Another car wascoming up tbo hill at time at the top tho crewleft it standing and took the car with tho wounded men with all possible speed to the carbarns at Twentyninth and Mission As they the corner at that point they saw car coming clown the hill a terrific rate of aturn the runaway car trackand plunged into a the scum of the had brought discredit on the rank and file Tlie time had indeed he when right thinking men rise and make war iipon the evil influences which were the curse of all labor or We must show tlie con here in Idaho are lawabiding and a Godfearing people who will deal out evenhanded justice to the criminal accused of the highest crime as to the tramp charged with some petty breach ofthe On the adjournment of court Monday morning Hawley was show ered MC GILL TAKEN BACK TO STATE OF ILLINOIS By Associated Harvey Campbell ofDe Witt county by his ar rivedin the city by this afternoon train They will leave tomorrow morn ing with Fred Magill andrwife fo Shortly their arriva IS COMING TO FRONT Vianagement Doing Develop ment on Basis ofa DeepMining July ews ofthe probableabdication of the mperor of was first ere was construed escape the consequences of It suggestedto a cer ain which has the that ion should be recognized until by theKorean ncnts action at The Hague is y settled aware Marquis Itos plan after his mal witbrtbe newemperor The result of this Audience will rst in growing time has ome touch to Jap nese suzerainty over It is premature however form but rioting nd the mntmous behavior the can soldiery in Seoul is atttributed olelyto Koreasinternational1 affairs nd necessitating an o Ito for is as a rank confession of the administratiyoi mpoteney of the For the sake of peace and the pment of the peninsula it is hat xtend the scope ention rt full power over ration of jrumored that his has alreEdy insuch orm as not tOj further require Iti s icrspnal weight and that eturn to Some of Gobe Mining Com panys Claims ofthe A property that been very little publicity is what is known as the Mineral owned by the Globe Mining situated about two and one in a direct north the center of It cpmpriseseighteen full claims and three fractional with a total area of about 400 The company is organized under the laws of with a capital of divided into The officers are Hecbtman of president Pat terson of vice president Hill of treas and Walt secretary ana general who togetherwith George Beach West an3 Collins of Bock and Jamison of form the board of President Hechtman has been in charge of the since the company was givinghis per sonal attention to the development anc equipment of the and the gooc judgment shown in the location of the working the efficient and plete plsnt erected for the work in and tbe economy with which al this has is a wel deserved compliment to Mrv Heehtinan s ability and The Mineral is situated iu the heart of the Globe mining ad jaeent to the Old Dominionand the Phelps Dodge and the Globe Arizona Commercial ani Superior Boston and other well known copper Adjoining the prop crty of tlie Globe Mining company on the are the the ODoughertj and producing Magills in the The latter were pleased to see the Illinois sheriff and his withwhom the Magills are well but the conversa tion did not include the death of Pete Magill and the charge against her husband and his second smalltoggerystore owned by Bern expressed a wish to return to Magill was seen by reporters during tho sheriffs but ho de clinedtosay a wordabout tho Thefuture movements of Miss Mar garet Mngill are somewhat Campbell this evening said i believe that when the time comes for US to start east to1 Clinton the1 daughter will appearIt is my firm con victionthat shewill be tho most im portant witness in the although on which side Icannotsay this This undoubtedly will depend upon what statements she Cy rus JpneSjtho Do Witt county conducted the inquest at stein completely wrecking tho of the pro prietor wife and cut and bruised bybreaking glassand falling An immense crowd ately gatheredand a fire i alarm and The police Charged the tiir and used their clubs were cracked and twenty made for Police Scr struck in the back of fired three shots At two one he threw Thetwo men were taken to Lukes injuries are not It is supposed the min who thecrew the brakes on the started it down the the deathof Mrs to nie before I left that Magill tohim the names of six men for jury ser mines of the Phelps Dodge extensions included in the well known Mallor group owned by the Globe Cohsolidatec Copper company and which they ar now doing extensive development work Tbe striking feature of the surfac structure of the Mineral Farm are th many great iron or geologica having a general northeasterly and southwesterly and whos massive outcrops are conspicuous ove the greater portion of the propert These great iron veins shooting u through the carry botli silve and copper owing to their porou the copper values have been mostly leached and it is not expected that Jcppper in any great quantity will found above the permanent water conditions indi Five tos Plan to Be Kept Until His Formal Audience New advices Seoul say growing in born powder government troops at the request of the min ster of Bioters are out of windows and two reported o havebeen Murderous laults freguentand merging almost 5u sin ess ig completely Sunday received from Korea jractically confirm press dispatches re with the new emperor this All telegrams are delayedowing the July partment of justice decided sixtyfive Alaska upon charge ing of seals in to the which on the 29th Answers tions involved in the seizure of the Japanese coasting will be brought before Judge BASEBALL SCORES IN THE BIG LEAGUES American y At Chicago 0 41 1 J 3 7 Batteries Altrock Sullivan Tauneiiilland At H Detroit 4 3 Batteries Siever and Payne dell and E At Cleveland Washington Batteries Joss and Clarke and 61 2 7 Bunk Closed By Associated Jxily The Farm erg National of was ordered closed by the comptrol was appointed receiver The bank hss capital of half At New iork Batteries Powell and Kitson and National At New Chicago 0 York Lundgren and Matthewson and At Pitteburg Boston Ji j Phillippi and Lindaman and Cincinnati Brooklyn Butteries Ewing and iett
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