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Globe Daily Arizona Silver Belt (Newspaper) - April 14, 1910, Globe, Arizona Tic v member associated press i i i a m 1 1 Sej is Otti m w my b b 1 l or i Sefl la a b Hue wet Tom we Al Holhi b j Jkfr-r5 & he i Ami w 999 i m volume to number 157 revolting husband kills wife with Shotgun while she bends at work Over the Washtub consummate deliberate plan by blow ing out his own brains with Rifle placed in Mouth jealousy financial trouble and suit for divorce causes insanely. Jealous filled with a belief that his wife was untrue to him and facing criminal prosecution by Rea son of having passed a worthless Check Thomas n. Al Len a mining contractor murdered his wife Eda Allen at Miami at 8 o clock yesterday morning and wrote the last chapter of an unhappy married life in words oxblood by blowing out his own brains with a never in Tho history of this part of Tho territory Lins a Intro Wanton murder shocked the. Public or has a Moro Ter Rible. Double tragedy been committed. Avith cunning prompted by Many weeks of worry and conceived by a brain Dis eased by insane jealousy Allen planned Tho murder of his wife with a Delibera Tion almost is Caroi Ful As Tho execution of the fiendish plan which ended Tho twp lives no Ono saw Tho tragedy. No Ono knew of Tho to Triblo murder of mrs. Allen and Tho a virally revolting death of her husband until an hour after it had occurred yet so plainly can Tho to Triblo or Emo be traced out that a child might Raoul Tho Story unaided. " Tho tragedy occurred at 1014 Hill Cre place in a two Story Rooming House owned by Tho aliens. Mrs. Al Len was bending Over a Wash tub when her husband approached Hor from placed the i nuzzle of a shot gun within a few inches of her head and fired. Tho effect of Tho Chargo of Buckshot fired from Tho gun was terrible. Al most Tho. Antiro Skull was torn away. Death was instantaneous and As mrs. Allen fell a corps beside Tho a Josh tub her entire brain was scattered about Tho floor. Leaves Brief Noto hurriedly scrawling upon an Enve Lope a few directions regarding Tho disposal of his property and Tho collection of his life insurance Allen pre pared to end his own life. Placing Tho muzzle of a High Power Savago Rifle in his Mouth Lio pulled the trigger. Tho Force of Tho explosion shattered his entire head and blow off Tho greater Pait of Tho top of the Skull. His death was As sudden As had been that of his wife. Although persons living in Tho neigh boyhood and in Tho Samo House heard the cd shots no investigation was made. It was not until two hours of Young Man Early morning Tor the tragedy Liat Jolt m. Hollis one of Tho roomers of Tho House Dis covered the dead body of sirs. Allen Asho searched for her to pay his room rent. K Tho officers were immediately not tied and a Complete examination of the rooms in which Tho aliens lived Dis closed the dead body of Tho husband. A Coroner s jury was summoned at once by l. P. Nash Justice of the peace. After a thorough investigation u ver dict to Tho effect that mrs alien was murdered by her husband who after wards committed suicide was returned. Later in Tho Day the to bodies Scro brought to this City by of. Ii. Jones. Al Len s body will to shipped to Mexico Missouri for interment. Tho body of mrs. Allen will probably to buried Hore. Came hero year ago Tho aliens Camo to this City about a year ago from Creed Colorado. Al Len who was a mining contractor be Gan work for the Miami Copper com Pany. For a Tinio Tho couple lived on Tho Hill near Tho Miami Workings. Two Mouths ago Allen built a Rooming House on Tho Bluff Tib ovo the Miami depot which to and his wife conducted. The Cost auction of this Rooming House probably led to Tho tragedy for it is known that Allen was insanely jealous of a number of Tho roomers and that several had left Tho place by reason of Tho fact. Domestic difficulties were encountered by the aliens soveral months ago. Al Len drank heavily and is said to have abused his wife. A week ago mrs. Allen filed a divorce complaint against her husband. In this complaint she charged him with habitual intemperance extreme Eru Elty and with having on numerous occasions threatened to kill her Sho claimed that on Ono occasion to had continued on Pago four slashed in struggle Joe Suther badly injured As result of alleged assault by William Upton assailant makes second at tack after Suther leaves to seek Aid As Tho result of a cutting affray Early this morning too Suther an employee of Tho old Dominion is suffering from three knife wounds about the no men Naif William Upton is in jail charged with having attacked Suther with a knife. Tho affair occurred at Upton s Home shortly after Midnight this morning. Anther claims that As Tho result of a difficulty concerning his attentions to Upton s daughter the latter attacked him with a knife without provocation. The Moro serious of Tho three wounds is on Tho left Bido of Tho Abdomen and is about five inches in length. Tho wound is not apparently deep and Suther will probably recover although his exact condition could not to determined this morning. After Reeo iving Tho wounds Suther walked to the wedge Saloon and after that aug that to had fallen against a barbed wire Fence finally admitted that to had been slashed with a knife. Tho officers and a physician. Were summoned at once. Before Tho arrival of Tho wifi cars Upton appeared at Tho Saloon and again attempted to attack Suther with a knife no was stopped by bystanders and held until Tho arrival of City marshal Bob Anderson who placed him under arrest. Suther was also taken to jail later in Tho morning where he received medical attention. Suther is a Young Man and has roomed with the Upton family for Somo time. Globe Gila county Cody Don t know what to do with measly pennies Cody wyo., april 13. Cody has a grievance against undo 4 Sam. The government has forced pennies on Cody a place which has no More Uso for pennies than Nomo has for fans in january. It 4 has instructed Tho postmaster hero 4" to make Chango in pennies and 4 Tho arrangement embarrasses Tho 4 business men. Nobody wants the 4" Penny Winch inva Naolu drifts to the Bank and there it Sticks. Not 4 until a comparatively recent Dato 4 4 wore dimes and Nickels recognized 4 4 As real Money in Way. 4 4 4 4 4 4- 4444444,4 44 4 no coming from Taft says not expedient to give Congress sugar Trust evidence no investigation Likely in confess new York officials called to White House for conference Washington d. A april 13. A conference at the White House to Day developed to Tho satisfaction of president Taft that sufficiently rapid headway is being made with Tho prosecutions against Tho sugar Trust for customs f Rands and that Thuro is Little likelihood of a congressional investigation at this time. It is presumed that administration influence will to used against the in Quiry and without the consent of Tho president Thuro is practically no Way Fri which Congress can got the information that is being used by the department of Justice in Tho pending and in further prosecutions which it is believed will be entered into soon. For soveral Days rumours of a con Gressional investigation of Tho sugar Trust have prevailed in Washington. Representative 1 Itzgerald of new York recently introduced a Resolution ask ing Tho president whether it would be expedient for Congress to have the government s information at this time. Tho Resolution was referred to Tho commit the o of expenditures in the Treasury department of which it. Hill of Connecticut is chairman. No information now Hill was at Tho White House today and after a conference with the presi Dent declared that to deemed it inexpedient for Congress to have the government s information and thought Tho president would assume Tho same Atti tude. Meanwhile Henry Stimson in Chargo of Tho sugar prosecution at new York and collector Loeb of new York had arrived at Washington spent Tho morning in the Treasury department and Stimson went direct to Tho department of Justice. This afternoon both Stimson and went to Tho White House. Secretary of the inc usury Lac Scagli assistant Secretary Curtis and attorney general Wickersham also Scro Troio. Give out statement when Tho conference adjourned the following statement was Given out or. Stimson who has charge of the prosecution of customs frauds in Tho weigher department in now York and Loeb collector of Tho port Wei summoned to Washington for the purpose of conferring with the president Secre tary of Tho Treasury attorney general and Curtis assistant Secretary of Tho Treasury in Chargo of customs with ref run co to to Progress of the investigation into Tho customs frauds and their prosecution. Tho conference related not Only to Tho criminal prosecutions and investigations before Tho grand jury but also to Tho Che Cuativo inspection conducted by Tho Treasury department and Gen eral subjects developed As Tho result of Tho investigation. Tho Conte Renco Dis closed Tho fact that the criminal prosecutions Aro being vigorously conducted and Tho examinations by the Treasury department were making satisfactory weather bulletin Washington d. A april 13.-Fo recast for Arizona fair thursday and warmer except in Southwest Fri Day fair. Arizona thursday april 14, 1910. Garmack Slayer 13 pardoned Nashville tenn., april 13. Governor Pat Terson today pardoned col Onel Duncan b. Cooper whose sentence of Twenty years in the Penitentiary for the murder of United states senator be. W Carmack was confirmed today b3r the state supreme court. Although it was believed the chief executive would take action the Pardon com ing so soon after the action of the court has created a sensation. The governor justifies his action by the evidence in the Case. He says it was not a fair trial. Robin the son of colonel Cooper convicted with his father was remanded for a new trial by the court. Methodists give title to Catholic Denver colo., april 13. In View of. Tho recent Roosevelt Vatican n Inci Dent interest attends Tho announcement today of the Denver University a methodist institution to Confer Tho de Gree of l. L. D. Unon father o Ryan a prominent Fig o among Colorado catholics. 1g be is Beni Secretary of Marine league says his record is spot less and clean Washington d. A april 13. Re Ferring to the grand jury presentment against him for libel As a comic opera indictment and declaring that Tho Mer chant Marino league of the United states never spent five cents on anyone in Washington for any purpose and that his record is extraordinarily clean John a. Penton of Cleveland Secretary of Tho league today was Tho Star wit Ness of Tho ship subsidy investigation. He was called sharply to account by counsel for representative Stenerson who accused him of libel for speak ing disrespectfully of Tho processes of Tho Law and his remark was withdrawn. Penton told Tho select committee of Tho House of the great Galaxy of pub Lic men who made speeches at the in stance of Tho league including Taft Koos Ovelt Fairbanks Cannon former governor Herrick of Ohio and Foraker. The committee adjourned until Mon Day when Penton and John Maxwell former editor of Tho american Flag the league Organ will testify. Negro hanged and Bod burned mob of two thousand takes Man who killed officer in Mississippi Meridian miss., april 13. Tom o Neil the negro who shot and killed Jailer Templo hero today was shot and killed by officers in a fight in Tho base ment of Tho jail. A crowd of nearly two thousand took o Neil from the officers before he died carried him to a Telephone pole and hanged him. Afterwards the body was lowered the Throat Cut and the clothing saturated with a Crossno and set on fire. Temple was killed by o Neil when the Jailer went to the assistance of a Deputy whose revolver the negro had seized. George Williams another negro is charged with assisting o Neil and threats to Lynch him Aro being Mado. Thought wife 4- a in aint Parr to Ner demands 4- Denver colo., april 13. Will 4" Iam Rogers a mine owner Proba 4 4 Bly established a precedent to 4 4 Day when to voluntarily doubled 4 4 Tho amount of Alimony for which 41 4- his wife was suing. Attorneys 4 and principals for both sides were 4 4 in court when mrs. Rogers an " Noim ced that she wanted $30 per 4 4 month. 4 41 Why that s not enough sex 4 4" claimed Rogers ill double 4 4" there was Little difficulty in set 4" 4" thing Tho Case. 4f.a.t.j.j.fit2ta.r.t Hearst is ready 10 assist tre John Temple Graves offers Independence league in coming Campaign Many speakers at Jefferson banquet Republican administration roasted and democratic Victor predicted Washington d. C. April 13. Vigorous attacks on the Republican pol icy of High Protection condemnation of Tho Payne Aldric h Tariff Law As Ono of the principal causes of the High prices a Strong Defenso of Tho principles of Thomas Jefferson and a loudly applauded prediction of democratic Victory in the coming congressional elections were Mado by the speakers at a banquet Here tonight in Honor of the birth of Thomas Jefferson. John Temple Graves Independence league candidate for president was not on Tho program but called late and injected a sensational feature offering to the democratic party in the coming Campaign the support of the league and organizer Hearst if the democrats would recognize Tho protestant Princi Ples of Tho league. With members of both houses of con Gress among the speakers and with representatives of democracy from All parts of Tho United states the banquet was enthusiastic in Tho approval of Tho principles of Jefferson. His reverence for individual Lovo of Liberty was praised by representative Clayton of Alabama toastmaster. The first speaker of Tho evening was representative Harrison of new York. Senator 11. F. Shively of Indiana spoke of Jefferson s political philosophy. He characterized Alexander Hamilton As a believer in corruption As a Means of it was this said the senator Tat Jefferson challenged. To Day said Shively a Republican party May Appeal to Lincoln on sentiment by t always appeals to Hamilton for minority Leader Champ Clark of Missouri condemned the Republican party As the most extravagant Tho Sun Over shone senator chaises a. Hughes jr., of Colorado eulogized Tho declaration of Independence and characterized Jef Erso n As Tho greatest political Captain in Tho history of Tho country. Attorney purged of contempt in Slang language los Angeles cal., april 13. Ralph Schoonover of Santa Barbara Tho attorney who shocked the state supremo court by filing a Brief teeming with Slang expressions and idiom j for eign to Legal procedure appeared be fore the tribunal today to answer a Cita Tion for contempt. He apologized and was purged of Tho Offerso against the dignity of Tho courts. Tho court ordered that Tho offensive Brief which Tho justices asserted reflected upon the Superior court of Santa Barbara because of its in a suit against a Dairy company Boex plunged from Tho files of the court. Schoonover was Given Twenty Days to file another Brief which he promised he would do properly phrased. Belt tragedy at Miami costs lives Ouwo Hiti president democrats smelter Man and nearly empties revolver in air after noisy threats to take own life accidental shot near being fatal threatens officers who arrest him but cools Down in jail As the result of n Drunken desire to create excitement Albert Bray smelter Foreman at Tho old Dominion emptied his revolver in the air on lower Broad Street yesterday afternoon and came near killing his Mother when he again Drew the weapon apparently for Tho purpose of frightening her. Bray was prevented from doing any serious damage by Tho prompt action of Oris Palovich and b. Vulovich in throw ing him Down and disarming him. Ivan Haynes who placed Bray under arrest was threatened but As the infuriated Man had been relieved of his revolver he was unable to carry out his threat against the officer. Bray had. Been drinking in Tho wedge Saloon yesterday afternoon and was under influence of liquor when he left Tho Saloon making threats to commit suicide. He walked up Tho Railroad tracks to Tho site of Maurel s con Crete works when he Drew a. Revolver and fired six shots in the air without turning the gun on himself Asho a l he reached his Home a again Diew his revolver in the presence of his Mother. The weapon was discharged apparently by Accident the Bullet miss ing mrs. Bray by Only a few inches. Palovich and Vuiovich who had Fol Lowed Bray after he first began firing took a hand at this stage of Tho game and grappled with Bray throwing him to the ground. Another shot was fixed before he was disarmed the Bullet do ing no damage. Bray was almost insane with rage when he was placed under arrest threatening to kill Mulc sheriff Haynes. Haynes believes that he would have at tempted to carry out his threat had he been armed. He recovered from his hysterical anger on the Way to Tho jail however and was More than Peni tent when placed behind the bars. The revolver with which Bray Cre ated to much excitement was a Colts chambered to shoot a Cartridge Ono of the hardest shooting guns of the Colt Frontier Model. It contained two unexploded cart ridges Ono showing the Marks of the Hammer As if an attempt had been Wilson says to embark eight pages today vice five cents & runs amuck kills Mother 4 made to fire another shot during the struggle. It is probably that a charge of carrying concealed weapons and possibly an additional charge of disturbing Tho peace will to. Placed against Bray to Day. To is a hard Wor Kuig Man when sober but is said to to very dangerous when intoxicated. Son of governor Given to Mother freed of charge of steal ing Copper wire los Angeles cal., april 13. Ethridge Colton said to be a Sou of governor Colton of Porto Rico was freed of a theft charge in the juvenile court today. In company with several other lads Young Colton is accused of having stolen a Quantity of Copper wire at Long Beach. Tho boy s Mother a temporary resident of Tho Beach town told judge Wilbur that she would make Good any loss and the lad was released in her custody. Hundred Miles per coast Speedway several new Marks made on new motor Rome in Day of fast driving los Angeles cal., april 13. New american Speedway records were established at the motor Rome this afternoon the most noteworthy being the half Mil driven by Barney Oldfield in a Benz during which the machine reached a Speed in excess of a Hundred Miles an hour. The time was 19.71 seconds. Oldfield also drove a Benz a Kilometre in 2.8 seconds lowering his former Mark made at Indianapolis by 1.4 seconds. Tho fifty mile free for All proved the most exciting race of the Day. Ralph do Palma by driving a Fiat Cyclone Tho entire fifty circuits without t making a Stop won in 37 55.53, a. New record. At the Start de Palma and Kerscher in the Darracq went out to set Tho Pace and reeled off Tho first five Miles in 3 30.15. At the end of ten piles the Fiat and Darracq were still fighting it out for the Lead with Harroun s har Mon third. They continued in these to. Sit ions Lap after Lap the Fiat never leading by Moro than a dozen Yards. The first heat of the ten Mil e free of r All was won by Ben Kerscher in a Darracq with do Palma in a Fiat Sec Ond. The five Mil e free for a was won by Al Livingson in a Stoddard Dayton. To had a Handicap of twelve seconds. In the time trials Blagg drove a Buick Fiat two Miles in 1 15 90, a new Amateur record and Nikrent sent Tho Buick fort y ten Miles in 7 45.87, for a new class record. Kerscher drove the Darracq three Miles in 1 57 71. As his work new ambassador to Mexico aroused Over articles published in mexican press and editorial com ment directed against him Mexico City april 13. Henry Lane Wilson Tho newly arrived american ambassador to Mexico believes a plot to Embarrass him in the discharge of his duties exists in this City. His discovery of Tho alleged intrigue grew out of the receipt by Al impartial a leading Spanish daily Here of a new York special recounting the publication of a sensational Story us Der a Mexico City Date of offences which Tho ambassador is alleged to have Given the mexican people in a recent speech at a banquet in his Honor by the american Colony. Wilson is said to have succeeded As has no other Diplomat be fore him in exciting Tho latin blo0d 0f Jrex Ico through a historical reference to the Empire of Charles v. 0r Spain which to said enslaved the bodies and souls of the people of two hemispheres in the name of god attributing to Aztec and Toltec blood in a Large degree the Rise and development of mexican Tho ambassador s words were criticised editorially by Al Correo a newspaper of limited circulation. This was Mado the basis of the Story published in new York Al impartial regarded As a representative publication in Mexico commended Tho utterances of the new ambassador. As for the americans present Tho reference passed almost unnoticed.vv7vv77777747vxvi44i i ,silsssi4

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