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   Arizona Silver Belt (Newspaper) - September 22, 1907, Globe, Arizona                              September 1907 ARIZONA SILVER BELT Page Thret Arrested and Held to the Co chise County Grand Jury on an Embe2zlement DUEY AND GIBBS CRIMINALLY PROSECUTED It Is Alleged that They Failed to Delivfir Stocks that Had Been Paid for and Refused to Refund September 16 Harry Duey and J 8 arrested Tnday on a charge of have been to the Cocblse county grand jurj Bisbee Beview of Saturday says The most sensational which lias occurred firm of Duey since the failure of tho Overlook was announced days was the of two members of the firm last evening on of on ajeom yesterday afternoon at clock in Justice Burdicks Duey and James 8 Gibbs Into custody by Constable out an hourlater andwore before the after reading the complaint and setting their preliminary hearings for this afternoon 8 released them under bond in the sum of each to appear atthe time Ever since the announcement of the Arm reports have been current throughout the city to the that criminal prosecution would but upuntil although suits were no action of this naturehad been taken Testerday afternoon C M manager of the Western Union1 Telegraph office in this appeared Justice Bordick and filed a com plaint charging Harry Duey and James with were issued for the arrest of the men charged and they were taken into eus as above stated Both of tVe prisoners asked to be ar raigned at and were taken into the court from which the warrant had been issued After hearing the com they asked for admittance to and the sum at in each bail wasfurnished in a very short Fletcher and L Brown qualifying as sureties The matter kept secret evening by agreement of all par so tthat repeated at secure exact data in xegard circumstances leading up to the actionwere unavailing sincethe failure ofthe bro firm it has i been reported that i which was alleged to have been r sustained by was due to fail ure on part of Duey Overlockto deliver stock which had been paidfor by Holmes The report stated that Holmes had ordered some stock through Duey ft that when he set his accountwith the firm he re ceived in lieu of the securities a receipt for the it being stated at the time that the certificates stockirwbuld delivered to him as soon as they could be It was further re ported that with other securities Holmes had delivered the receipt to one of the local hanks to a loan which he had The report goes on to state that HolmM was assured of the arrival of a greater portion of the stock some time later and gave instructions that it be delivered to the bank It is also stated that the bank made demands for the but could not get and the criminal prosecution follows Throughout yesterday F B Harring the assignee appointed by the court to take charge of the firms busily engaged with a force of clerks completing the of taking over the assets of the which task was finished last evening When asked for a statement at that time ro plied that he had nothing to say further than that the getting matters into shape was being earned on as rapidly as so that commence at of out i to the will be forthcoming within a few days was haled court on a vagrancy charge He put up a good along hard luck and was given a sua From Tridavs James who was arrested yesterday afternoon by Patrolman on suspicion of being a com bination of Jack the Hxposer ijmd Jack rhe had aheaung in Justice jThomas court last evening at 6 oclock andjLwas found guilty tenco will be passed on the man 9 this morning t Tor a number of days a strange man had been making himself offensive to women and little girlain the swing ing bridge Complaint was made to Marshal Carico and J Officer Blevins wee to the case Af ter a half days vigil Blovms succeeded1 in arresting Manning and securing sufficient evidence to convict Lined up with a dozen prisoners who were brought Maimingtwas identified or eight little girls and a number of as the man who had been loitering about peeping up through the cracks andimak ing indecent exposures n There seems to be no possible doubt tityand that of tho conduct 1 VOTED AGAINST OPEN MEETING f Seciet Session Contingent of Wona Election 1 RESULT rplSAPPOINTINGV r TOLEADINQ MEMBERS Manning is a good looking young f el low about 25 years of dressed astranger in but from papers f Jiis person tho officers are led tobehovethat he came to Globe from Bisbee eii cles the opinion prevails that his mind is perverted He will nndoubtedy re jail sentence sand Ms actions will be watched closely L OHAMBBB OF OOMMBECE1TO NAME BTANDINO OOMMITTEBS From Daily The ibokrd of governors Chamber of Commerce hold ameet ing this evening in the district court zoom for the purpose of naming stand ing of chamber j8ev of the boardhave recent ly vacationt tripsand lurge meeting Several other important mat ters considered by the JOKER CAUSE RUN ON A BISBEE BANK According to Doug there TV as a smallrun on the First National Bank of Bisbee Saturday says International Amer morning JACKJHEPEEPER JACKJHEEXPOSER Officers Think They Have Combination Jack m One James From Thursdays A combination of Jack the Exposer and Jack tho Peeper was arrested by Officer Blevins last the vicinity tof the bridge an West Globe The fellow gives his name as Tames Manning He was confined at the po lice station and will have a hearing be fore Judge Thomas on a charge of male jng an indecent exposure this morning i According to a number of people re siding in the vjcinity of the Manning has boon in that neighborhood for several frightening Uttle girls conducting himself in an improper He is also accused of walking and peeping up ough the cracks as girls and ladies pass over v t Mannings movements were watched closely last night after school and his arrest followed by Patrolman Blevins The officers think they have sufficient evidence to put the accused out of the way for quite a rnumber of days Manning was found a boxcar a number of days and The uneasiness of depositors is said to have been caused by a joking remark in Xiowell to tho effect that the First National baric not sound It is said froin Lowell first drew their deposits tho Tank and from uneasiness spread among other depositors Tho oank all depositors coin as appeared aththe rom by those In a positionvtoknoWtheeon the there seems to be jtto cause for uneasiness about its Wb ity to meet all demands FOB A GOOD ROLL Italian Miners Stopped at Sol omonville WhileJLeavmg the Country From Thursdays Daily FJtmflammiDg their friends and quaiutaneeu out of several hundred dol lars Tuesday Frank Salero and Louis twoItalians who have been working at at temptedto the country on yester day mornings tram The crooked work of the pair was detected shortly after left Globe a to Sher iff Anderson of Graham county landed the accusedin the Solomonville Undersheiiffi Italpt Sturgis will go to Solomonville this will re wittthe prisoners tonight J Pianfetti is the chief complaining witness He alleges that he cashed two time cheeks if or Solero and Colondrp the men agreeing to go inth him to the the following so that ho could get the amounting in all toabout They failed to show up yesterday morning and an investigation revealed the fact that they had not onlyrf bumped Plan but had borrowed sums ranging from to from many of friends and acquaintances was sworn out in Judge charging the men witn obtaining money under false and a wire made it possible for Sheriff Anderson to take the men from the Gilo4 Valley train at Solomonville It comes put up in a collapsible tube with a easy to apply to the sore ness and for any form of it soothes and heals itching and buining Man Zan Pile Bemedy i Price 50 cts Guarantee Sold by Hannas Drug Store CASE AGAINST WOOLEBY DISMISSED JUSTICE From Tuesdays Daily W W arrested Friday af charged with an aggravated as sault on M Hackney was discharged 5 Justice Thomas court yesterday Hackney is the young man wlio had six teetli kicked out in a fight which took place in the Kentucky Home saloon Friday In court yesterday he stated thatfhe was not able to swear that Woolery was the man who assaulted him There were quite a number of witnesses present who were vvilling to testify that OToolery more to do with the scrap than to make an effort to separate Jtlie all of whom were strangers to Inm L Om this showing attorney jinade a motion that the against Woolery bo dismissed look as responsible for he absolvelifsix of Hackneys V LocalMembeis in Favor of All the Proposed Amendments to the Constitution of the Fronx Thursdays Daily J propositionto hold open meetings of tho Globe Miners jUnionf down by a small majority elec tion held Tuesday afternoon the hours of lone and seven jf u There heavy and tho result vwas something of a surprise to a majority leading as they were sanguine in their belief that la goodly majority offi the membership would vote for the public meeting The exact figures been made but it is reported that the soerei ses sion carried the day by twelve votes It is likely that after a little educational work is earned on among the members that the proposition will again be submitted Constitutional Amendments Carry The to the jlrizonaTState Union were all considered aGlobe willjperhaps out Ltlfes territory iThe iwill be announced from the state headquarters early next week The first amendment provides for the calling of conventinos only byireferen dum vote at such time and place as Jnay be designated by the and the con ventions shall be open to tho press and public Secret ballot on all questions has been abolished Tie second amendment provides that the officers of the Arizona State union shall consist ofsan executive board of including the president and secre vtary treasurer The manner of election onduration of terms has been changed by the amendment In the amendment word convention hasTeen substituted for v Tie fourth and fifth amendments are tnfling the fifth requiring a monthly instead of a quarterly report 4 The sixth amendment stipulates that the iniative and referendumf gov ern all legislation and election of officers of the Arizona State nominations be made by the local election under the referendum systems shall take place on Oet and on Oet of each members who have been in good stand ing for one year or more are eligible to hold state union office The balance of the amendment provides for the manner of making nominations and Jiolding elec how amendments to the consti tution may be etc On Oet 1 Globe local the officers elected about three weeks ago MOTHER OF OEO SMALLEY PASSES AWAY AT TtTOSON From Thursdays Daily f News of the death ofMrs J A mother of Mrs George Smalley of this was received in Globesyesterday In chronicling Mrs death tho Tucson Star says About 3 oclock Tuesday morning Mrs J A 68 years died at the residence of her Mrs Ben South Fifth avenue All her children were present the side when came Tho fu neral arrangements have not all been but it is likely the burial ser vices will bo held Wednesday after noon r J Deceased had been a resident of son for many years Her husband has been dead for several years Those who survive her and who were present are her three Mrs Ben He ney Mrs George Smalley of Globe and Mrs Diaz of and her two Lautero and Agricol Boca COT7NTY SCHOOLS ABE NOW IN WOBKING Nearly all of the schools throughout the county resumed work yesterday Count Superintendent Kellner will make a tour of starting the latter part of this week From in formation so far the county superintendent is of the opinion that the attendance throughout the county is much larger than last and that a satisfactorv corps of teachers has been secured The following schools opened yesterday with L P Heaton as teach Miss Edith teacher J H teacher giving and forgetting proclivities of a woman Ford was arrested on complaint of his who charged that her arms and beather in face in a domestic controversy which took place j about ten days ago Mrs Ford was so wratliy after Tord was held to the grand and feaiful lest fche would gain his liberty the route that she requested the officers to notify her if there was any chance of him making so that she could placed bond the peace Mrs Ford has relented k When informed that her was about to make bond slie declined to make application for a peace wariant Peace had already taken lodgment in lieheart i i5 Tko had promised to bo gooff there you are i jtf Just like is it not s SUCCESSFUL OF A POKER GAME One r Hundred and Eleven Dollars and Complete Outfit Bagged Last GOOD WORKTOP MARSHAL CARICO AND ASSISTANTS Bings Dyspepsia Tablets do the tvork Stomach yield quickly v Two days treatment free Ask your druggist for a freo trial Sold by Bannas Drug Stoic TALENTED SOOIAtlST SPEAKS TO OlOBEfPEOPLE c From Fridays Dally George H Goebel of X a Sociahst speaker of unusual addressed large Jcrowds fronT tne stand lasts night and Wednesday even ang His address last nightwas an hour or more being given to Question answering speaker maSe many friends while in the city andf created deep interest in a number of conversions having been reported THE CITY SCHOOLS ENEWREGORD Largest Enrollment During the First Week in the Citys History From Fridays Daily Seven hundred and ten pupils were enrolled in tho public schools of Globe during the first week of the present term This is largest enrollment for the opening week in the history of the city schools and leads to the belief that before the close of the present month fully eight hundred pupils will be working in the different grades The schoolrooms are all crowded and the trustees will pusli work as rapidly as possible on the two new buildings now in process fof fconstruction County Superintendent Kellneriyes terday prepared a statement of the number ofpupils in eachi grade and the teacher in which given here with t High B M Kilhou n Eighth Allen Sixth Nora Hefley Fifth TJrna McKenzie A Sophia Babmovitz B fourth Carrie B Fullerton A third Annie M Hord B third Lena E Santee Second grade Genevieve Gerald C and B first gradej L Grace Webb B and A first Isoline B Coombs East first Buth Gjibbs North first Amelia Etnek 19 41 59 51 43 51 49 47 85 76 65 59 40 Total enrollment 710 The school census for the year places tie number of children in Globe of school age at The census takes in all children from 6 to 21 years of and in like in most all other there is a large percentage of children between the ages of 16 and 21 who have finished their school work and are employed in different pursuits The county superintendent thinks there are very few children in the city who are violating thej truant the discrep ancy in and census fig ures being accounted for over the age 16 who are employed the city or are attending outside educa SIXMONTH MAN BREAKS FROM THE CHAIN GANG James at Serving the City and Took French Doing Time for From Thursdays Daily James better known as Happy while t working on the city chain gang made his escape and at last accounts was enjoy ing lus liberty ODonnell was sen on Tuesday to serve six months in jail at i The arrested Monday Men Put Up Cash Bonds foi Appearance m Couit Jin a Tent on the East From Wednesdays Daily Scooping as stealthily as a feline on an unexpectmg sex tette of Marshal Canco and officers Blevins and Lowthian last night about 10 o clock bagged six in money and an of etc sized gunny sack has been going onin a tent on the East hill e the laun thevpast and numer ous complaints have been made of late to the officers A raid was planned for lost night and it was in every way sue cessful The three officers stormed the camp from as many sides of the and there wag no possible show for the participants to get away They were taken completely surprise Money and chips laid in stacks on the table when the officers and the sports were not given 3a uhance to in any way disguise the game or the out fit The gambling paraphernalia was raked off the table into a sack and the etc After hearing the evidence the court allowed the young lady 3udg ment in the sum of which covers the puce of a round trip ticket to1 Santa boara while in ithe city and fair1 wages Veibal notice of appeal was giv en by butfif is thought the ease will be compiomised and Miss Wai sent to her home in Santa Bosa a Waltei s expense i be conducted consisting of three 3 7 THIEVES AND FOEOEBS The local authorities are making a effoits to detect a paiticularlj shcl criminal or gang who is or are guilt of theft and forgery and who got awa with the goods as says the Ueview Die thefts occurred in the locke room oi tlie Car shaft of the Coppe Queen1 mine and consisted of the sal arj statements of of mm thiee of wore afterward presented and paid The checks tliu received were taken to bank and en dorsementa were i forged thereonam payment made i y The thefts occurred Thursday in th locker room before the shift came up and by means of breaking or pickin locker locks the slips were these presented at the companys of fice went through inf the pay day rush Complaint was promptly made to the countyauthorities1 and o effort willv spared to detect tlie criminal or gang IN THE PROBATE COXTBT OF THE COUNTY OF TEBBITOBY OF ABIZONA In the Matter of the Estate of Alex of Hearing Petition for Partition t Notice w given to all persons interested inv the above j entitled estate thafaMary Jane as a interested in said estate and as one of the heirs of Jias icauscd a petition to bo filed tierein for a parti tion of the following described premises belonging to Lots 28 and the south one half of Lot in Block and Lots money was carefully laid away in tho 4 and 5 in Block and also that inside pocket of Marshal Canco The portion of Lot 22 said Block 73 con men were lined up and marched through Bioad street to tho marshals where they put up a cash bond of each for their appearance in court this and were allowed to go The joint is owned and has been op erated about two weeks past by James an old whose only excuse for running the place is thathe is old and not able to do any land of work with Henry G H B Eobert Harry S M Smith and one were pinched in the raid last night It is quite likely that they will forfeit theiribail money and not appear It is said that during the past few nights some big games haVe been played in the in which a number of prom ment men participated The offi cers will confiscate the outfit and see that the place is kept permanently closed Marshal Canco intimates that there other m the city where gam blmg is goingon which will be raided at an opportune time 1 From Thursdays Daily The six men arrested in a raid of a gambling joint on the East hill Tuesday night appeared in Justice Thomas court yesterday afternoon and notified the court that they would contestthe case and demanded a jury trial Judge Thomas acceded to their wishes and set the trial for this afternoon They were allowed their liberty on the cash bond put up Tuesday night It is understood that the accused have employed tht services of Attorneys Walter J N tif cowtfoy law and George K and that a vigorous defense wil be made The cases will be tried separately and each succeeding man will be given a hearing regardless of the finding of the jury in the preceding case Tho territory hag a number of it is who that the par ties accused were engaged in gambling The defendants are James who operated the Henry G H George B Bobert Harry S M Smith and Ike Sikey From Fridays Daily The six gamblers who were bagged in a raid of a gambling joint Monday night have been put and will enter Judge Thomas court this plead guilty and throw themselves on the mercy of the court Tuesday they retained the cowboy and George and announced that they would demand a jury trial and fight the case to the bit ter some they have changed front It is quite likelj that the couit will assess reason able and it might be well court would suggest that the bunch ap pear in court every Saturday enter a plea of j guilty to gambling and tuin in a fine It is understood that tho old tent night on a petty larceny charge Sun headquarters aie to be abandoned and day Happy formed the acquaintance that a room ovei one of the downtown Ike Has Promised to Be Good and Therell Probably Be No Prosecution Thursdays Daily There is a strong probability that Ike Ford recently held to the grand lury on a charge of aggravated will never be tried who is now confined in the county will probably make bond in a few days and that willend the case And it is all on account of the for i f I of somo generous and when tho shades of night fell was invited to shaio the bed of his new found fnoiid When his benefactor released himself liom tho sootliing embrace of Morpheus he found Happy also a suit of clothes and some furnishings The officers tired in the purloined glad lags and immediately placed him under arrest He explained that he was intoxicated saloons will be secured and made laid proof by a system of signal bells BUSHELWOMAN WINS CASE AGAINST THE BOSS Fridays Daily In Justice Thomas court vestciday MissyPearl against J W Waltei ioi al legocl to be duo bv virtue of bieach of whcti he arose in the mo ning and was coiitiict not able to chscrinunito between his W liter is the proprietor of a tailoring clothing and of his fnencl it was shown to the court that When Hap py had not only donned his but those of his sleeping bed Judge Thomas found him guilty and sent him up for six months Holdup men arc working in Bisbce Three cases reported last week shop in the city and by lottei addressed Miss Wall at Santa N se cuied her seivices as a Sue came to Globe and aftei working a day and a lialf nas receiv ing 50 foi her work She claims that she was to bo given steady employment and that in her discharge she had been damaged because of loss of car f veyed to Alexander Graydon by James Anderson by deed dated April llth recorded in the office of the Coun ty Becorder of Gila Arizona TerritorrJ in Bookjl of Deeds at page being1 situate on the east side oJ Broad street in the City of jGlobesand fronting on said Broad 38 the Townsite of County of of according to the official map or plat of saidiTownsite on file in the office Probate Judge of said Gila County f And that the said will heard on the day of 1907J at the courtroom of said the hour of 12 o clock ip time all persons desiring to opposerthe said petition are required to apepar and show if any why the prayer thereof should not be granted Dated September 1907 P C Clerk of the Probate Court ABTIOLES OF INOOBPOBATION OF THE GLOBE BEAIi ESTATE OFFICE Know All Men by These Presents That F L H J Beading and B M being desirous of incorporating ourselves nnder the laws of the Territory of Arizona for the pur pose of in business here inafter subscribe and acknowledge the following Articles of and declare That the names of the Incorporators are as above that the name of the corporation is Globe JJeal Estate and the principal place of trans acting its business shall be at in Gila Arizona H The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this cor poration shall bo as follows To ac quire by purchase and other agricultural and i mineral lauds and mines and mining and to exploit and otherwise use the sell or otherwise dis pose of the same and to layout town deal in town property and do a general real estate to sell and deal in the stock of other corpora tions and to deal in all bondsf securities andVll other obligations what to loan money on and to do a general banking broker this corporation shall have the power to qualify and act as the admin receiver or assignee of any per property or estate and to do a general business as trustee every whatsoever kind or to erect and maintain water works and pipe gas and electric power and light plants and ice plants and equip street car lines and to maintain parks and places of amusement and to maintaini stores and clo a general merchandise business in The amount of capital stock author be One Hundred Thousand 00 J divided into ten thousand shaies of the par ial ue of Toil Dollars 00 per winch baid stock shall be issued from time to time as the of Directors may and the whole of said stock may paid foi in piop 01 sei upon sucli teims as shall be accepted bv the Board of Di that sucli stock shall be fully paid foi when and be non assps sable TV The time of the commencement of this coipoiation shall be the date and tho day of the filing of a certified copy of these aiticles in the of the Ter ritonal Auditor and shall teimmate twentj five 25 yeirs thereafter The affairs of this corporation shall Pineules 30 days treatment for Satisfaction i guaranteed or money Sold by HANNAS DRUG STO RE For the Bladder and RELIEVES BACKACHE stockholders shall be Monday af terv the Irf the of soonMihereaf tei as by the f such taf as may be said thBtijiOc person shall hold such after lie in said corporation Tlie saidjj33oari of 7 Directors shallserve pay k shall full1 power to fill vacanci in theirnuraber and elect officers and or committees from aid in the and m eonduetingthe affairs poration as theymay and committees tor be vision of fsaidJEWard of Directors following named scnbers shall Boaxdof for the first until their successors elected and A to and adopt bylaws and regulations suitable for theMnanagenfent of thisHotporatiojiii and its affairs The highest1 of or to whichj this at any time to subject the sum of Sixty five Thousand Dollars 00 T r Tie private property Bolder of this corporations shall be empt from f ever i Y set our hands of A 1907 TOOMBS E TOOMBS j TERBITOBY OP County of j Before M Notary i Public Territory of per Beading and IE knotrai to me1 to be the1 are subscribed to the and who that they Executed forthe Given ofj office this 1907 c J Notary My commission n expires August I 1909 Seal 24 LODGES AND SOCIETIES Begular meetings Mountain No will heldfthe first Tuesday of each months Visiting brothers cor P C Globe Chapter A Friday from May from October cordimlly r v Globe first d Fridays in each VisitiDK Elks are cor OLDFOELD in Visit at 8 ating EUGENE Secretary GIL A ENOAMPMENJ u second and fourth Fridays of every month Visiting Patriarchs are EDWIN C 1 EUGENE Scribe GLOBE A ERIE MOV Meets every oclock at Odcf Eagles C CAMCO J ALEXANDER WOMANS RELIEF CORPS Meets on the second andtfourtbTTues lay afternoons of each month Visits ng members always welcome c ELIZABETH MCNELLY Sec REBEKAHS O F Sultana Eebekau Lodge 5 jvery second and f each month Visiting members cordially in tied to attend FANNIE N C D Secretary Restaurant Paaqual Broad Street JIM Proprietor First Short Order Restaurant Open Day and Night SOLICITED f   

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