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Globe Daily Arizona Silver Belt (Newspaper) - June 11, 1909, Globe, Arizona Soluma til number 187. Eight pages today Globe Gila county Arizona Friday june 11, 1909. Member associated press Price i prosecution ends Case against Calhoun half roue reserved t.03, presentation this morning it necessary t Heney promises to show that $200,000 was used toe illegitimate purpose so fat Incisco Juno 10. The r w of who people against Calhoun was completed today with Tho reservation of or matting lid introduction of Testi Mony for a half Lou r tomorrow if Tho prosecution decided this slight margin of evidence is essential. La Overy other respect As announced by Heney Tho ease of Tho Stato which was opened on april 15, is submitted end attorneys for the defense will be called upon to decide whether or not the trial is to be prolonged by us offer of testimony u Calhoun s Lio half. No represent Stive of Tho defense Rou d be induced to make and statement tonight relative to Tho course to to Pur sue d. To it is regarded As More than probably that arguments to. Tho jury will Ijo by monday at the latest today s session of f court was devoted largely o argument involving an order to produce certain books and voucher of Tho United railroads which Flonoy contended should show Tho disposition made of Tho fund of $200,000 received by Ford through the United states mint in 1000, and we Inch is alleged to have been paid As to Abraham Kef Eugene f. Sehr Nitz and members of Tho Board of supervisors that awarded the overhead trolley permit. Heney was opposed to King and a. A. Monro of Tho Defenso und rtt Timos the verbal Batt o waged warm and irritating personalities Woro included in the statements of the. Speakers. At Tho end of Tho debate judge Lawlor made in order to Quiring to United Railroad to produce any and nil records of pay ments to Ford during Tho period fully covering Tho alleged payments to Tho supervisors. Ncncy then adopted a now tack by recalling Adam Dahler cashier of Tho corporation and Corgo e. Starr treasurer. Tho prosecutor went into every detail of Tho system of accounts employed by Tho United railroads and finally succeeded in obtain no an and Misson that no Book voucher or Bank account now in Possession of Tho witnesses would show Tho name of persons to whom Money was paid through Tho Legal department controlled by Ford we Abbott Heney when asked by Tho court to explain his purpose paid it h our intention to prove by to Galvo testimony that the $200,000 received by Ford at Tho Nunt which my Neer deposited within reach of the try Aijrer or cashier was never expend d for legit Inato in Trust Gin ii lid Iii sew York new York Juno 10. Tho Dis Mem toe d body of a Man with Tho head taking we Fourd by tie police tonight Matly Duno up in two bin flu of Brown Pafco Black oiled cloth. Tho Bun die s had Beni loft in Chargo of a Saisall toy by a Stringer who promised him five cents to watch them unt l to came tack. On Tho wrappings of Tho ban to c was written in letters of red three aches us. Black Sucro Wero Feir Stab wounds la Tho test. Hillh Uliss charged in divorce g0mpu1nt alleging that his wife Guada Upo Lla pcs has been unfaithful to Tho mar Ilag e of Edward j. Ila Inch has filed Tut against her for divorce m. Whalen of Solomou Villo is cd As correspondent in the suit. The couple Woro married at Salomon o about ten years ago. J. M. My Yila represent a Tho plaintiff in Tho ton. Aero club gives Gold medal h Wright Brothers Washington d. G., Jupe 10. Tho Long deferred presentation of the Gold medals to Wilbur and dry Llo Wright on behalf of Tho Aero club of America was made this afternoon. Tho Core Mouy took Placo in Tho East room of the White House where president Taft members of Congress Bignal corps of ulcers and a delegation of aeronaut representing Tho Aero club assembled president Taft mud Tho presentation and re r Ponta Lvov Herbert Parsons of new York flow Voied the address on behalf of Tho Aero club of America. In a few words Tho two Brothers who have become world famous for their successful flights expressed their appreciation of Tho Honor Confer red upon them. Tho medals Woro designed by Victor d. Brenner and Cost $1,000 each. They Aro three i Rhos in diameter and of Gold. On the Faco of Tho medals Are profile portraits of the Wright Brothers in Lias Relief and on Tho reverse an accurate of Tho Wright Aero Pian in full flight with the Seal of the Aero club of America. Hone 110 Kus Shi soft so Mimi Trinidad colo., Juno 10. B. Briggs superintendent of a sunday school was accidentally shot and killed by Walter Harris an eleven a car do d boy Briggs had taken Tho children of Tho sunday school to the mountains for an Outing. Tho boy pointed a Rifle at Briggs which was d charged Tho Bullet ii tearing Brig head. So Arbrau a asks divorce Froit wife suit for divorce was filed by eco so Scarborough against Fern Scarborough yesterday on statutory grounds. Tho Plain off alleges that his spouse has been unfaithful to Tho marriage vow and asks that Hobo Given a com Plet o dec co of divorce. George r. Hill represents the plaintiff. Sugar. Factory starts Phoenix Juno 10. Tho Glendale sugar factory began its sugar Campaign monday. Tho beet crop is Good and conditions propitious. Many building granted by Reci Sidet gym two site hns order Kab my Ted last. Evening s Council meet in c marked by big amount of business rapidly taken care of a la present. The City fathers decided at last night s cession of Tho count 1, to entry out Tho grading of both Mesquito and Cedar streets in accordance with Tho provisions of Tho territorial statute f 1900. As councilman Hugh Higdon who has been one of Tho leading opponents to this proposition in Tho past during which time Tho matter particularly of Mesquito Street has been taken up a do in times 1ms changed sides and is now in favor of Tho improvement there is apparently Little Charco of Tho Grad ing project being further delayed. Tho request of mrs. Nora Hall thut Tho Street Grade in front of her prop erty to established brought up Tho Mesquito Street proposition. A petition by j. J. Keegan on behalf of Tho prop erty owners of Cedar Street brought up Tho project of grading that thorough fare after it had been resting serenely on Tho table Sinco last september. According to the City attorney s interpretation of the new territorial statute when a grading project is taken up on position of 5 per cent of Tho property frontage is it has been in this Case Tho work is mandatory unless is per cent of the property frontage involved enters a protest. Discuss auction Lic Ocso Tho question of whether or not a License Foo should to paid by Tho Globo jewelry company for conducting a said of that character brought up a Long discussion. The City attorney argued that the ordinance applied to persons carrying ? Feux Mew Cut Iii Saloon w at 1 stabbed by mine manager in Row Over conducting of people to Yuma Juno 10. Felix Mayhew who discovered Tho North Star mine in Northern Yuma county was stabbed last night by George Hodges a womb to of a Well known Yuma family. Tho affair took p acc at Tho Gandolfo hotel Hedges inflicting two wounds with an Ordinary a octet knife. One penetrated Tho right do Tho length of Tho Blade barely escaping Tho intes tines. Fearing blood poisoning Mayhew accompanied by his wife wa3 taken to Loa Angeles. Tho trouble originated oct May How s management of the Amavisca mine or Mayhew from Gold milling company situated in tie North Star District in which both my Aro Stock holders and directors. Tho two Man ont Rcd Tho barroom apparently on Friendly terms but wrangling Over Tho Mono management was commenced Al most immediately and Tho cutting Fol Lowed. Hodges was arrested and taken b2-Fo re a local polio Justice who released firn on $500 bail which was furn hed by his Brothers. Confederates gather. To unveil Lee statue vicksburgmiss., Juno 10. Ticks Bur g is preparing to entertain a great gathering of conf Dorato veterans and other visitors tomorrow on Tho occasion of Tho unveiling of Tho statue of Steph on d d. Leo in the picks Borg National military Park. The event will Boac companies by exercises of an interest ing character. Tho chief participants w 11 be Henry Watterson of Louisville who will de incr the oration general Clement a Evans of Atlanta who will Mako the speech of presentation Ami major Genera l Frederick d. Grant u. S. A., who will accept Tho memorial on behalf of Tho War department. G permits City Council on a regular auction business and not to a merchant who was disposing of his Stock by that method. The Council took Tho oppo3to stand and instructed City marshal Bob Anderson to look into the matter and if possible to col be a few of $7.50 a Day or $100 a Mouth. Many building permits permits w6?o granted for both of Tho new Amster buildings the new Post folic o building mrs. Nora Hall s pro posed new apartment House and to l. L. Henry for a new residence in East Globe. Wilson & Cash were Given per miss to Planco a sign Over Tho Side walk in front of their now office in the Gila Valley bunk & Trust company s building. Permission was also granted to n. L. Amster through attorney c. L. Rawlins to install a a optic tank in Oak Street below the Railroad tracks to accommodate Tho new building at Broad and Oak streets. It was stated by or. Rawlins that Thuro was rot sufficient room for Tho tank in Tho Alley to Tho rear of Tho building and Asho agreed that the work should be to the Antiro satisfaction of Tho City Tho desired a Ormut was granted. Water works Rov nuo vouchers submitted by City clerk Wolch show that Tho water department turned Over to the c to nearly $1200 Between Juno 3 and Juno 10, an excellent showing for Tho Early part of Tho month. Permission was granted Sid manic to Uso Tho City water for sprinkling Pine Street near his Placo of business water to to used not Nitro than " one hour daily As this Street is not sprinkled under Tho regular contract. Tho question of entering into a new contract with Tho consolidated to company for City phones was tabled for a week. Tho session was an exception with re Gard to ordinances not a Langfo matter of this kind coming Tho Ert Tiro membership of Tho Council was present Mies Downing taking City clerk Welch s place for a part of Tho meeting. " 3&h& Turk m weeding of grandson of the poet Saxe new York Juno 10.- a wedding of interest to society took Placo at the St. Regis hotel today when miss Mary s. Sands daughter of mrs. Fordinand Sands became Tho Bride of John god Frey Saxe who is a grandson of John g. Saxe the famous poet. The Marri age ceremony was performed by Tho reverend father r. O. Hughes of St. Patrick s Cathedral Austin m. Poole was Tho bridegroom s Best Man and the Bride Hud As her Only attendant her Cousin miss Julia a Coli Euder. In session at Duluth Duluth minn., june 10. Ror Tho second Timo within six years Duluth is entertaining Tho annual convention of Tho grand Council of Tho United com Porcial travellers. Prel Minary business was transacted today and the proceed Ings will continue Over tomorrow and saturday. A b g Caiado is to be one of the chief features. Tie gathering is attended by delegates from i Uneita and Tho Dakotas and Tho Canadian prov inces of Manitoba Alberta and Saskatchewan. Pat Barry expires As result of mis Coroner s jury finds verdict of suicide loss of blood too great a Shock his system weakened from loss of blood and his vitality sapped by con Stant alcoholic excesses Pat Barry who made such a spectacular attempt at Sui cide in Tho county jail wednesday afternoon died at g o clock yesterday morning. Although Barry was hovering to tween life and death when taken to the county Hospital Tho attending phys c Ana figured that he had a fighting Chanco for life. His system could not withstand the Shock however and sixteen hours after he wielded the knife with such Eit oct to was a Corpse. Judsie Hinson phonies called a Cor Oner s jury together yesterday Forenoon and held an inquest Over Tho remains. Tho verdict of Tho jury was to the effect that the deceased aged 48, a native of Ireland and a naturalized citizen of Tho United states came to irs death from wounds in the Throat wrist and ankle inflicted with a Caso knife with suicidal intent. Tho jury was composed of trunk Ketcherside b. Tox w. E. Stone j. W. Harrington j. Thornton Price and James Irvine. Catherine Cowan w. F. Rawlings or. Wiley Hin son Thomas l. B. Nash and r. M. An Derson Wero exan Rcd As witnesses. As Barry was a Momber in Gool standing of Tho Globo miners Union funeral services will be held under the auspices of that organization from Jones & son s morgue it 1 30 this afternoon. Gould s wife asks 616 allowance of spouse new York Juno 10. Clemmons Gould took Tho stand today in her suit for a separation from her husband Howard Gould. Sho seemed nervous it times under Tho Stra n of and when question led her to Tho Early Days of her married life Sho showed visible motion but As far As Tho presence of her husband was concerned Sho seemed not to know to was in the same room. Mrs. Gould alleges that her husband deserted her without just cause on july l i 1900. Howard Gould answers that his justification was Tho habits of the plaintiff at Sinco to left her he has Mado her an allowance of $25,000 a year but Sho is extravagant intemperate and has been guilty of m conduct. Tho wife denies Tho charges and asks for in allowance of $120,000 a year. Catholic Mission session Washington d. C., june 10. Endorsement of the Shapel car and pro curing of missionary tents for work among indians Tho Princi pal action of Tho eighth annual Confer ence of Tho Catholic missionary Union of America today. Til of Campbell has ahem of court charged with assault upon Wayne Pursley due dog Row Over cows Case is near1n6 completion Many other matters go to As Sist in making history in Graham county by e. B. Van Veen sol Monville Juno 10. The trial of Frank Campbell charged with an assault upon Wayno Pursley held the boards in the local court today both Tho prosecution and the defense having their innings. Tho Dof Enbe rested latin Tho afternoon and As argue Vincnt was limit to one hour for each Side it that Tho matter would go to the jury by . Campbell is accused of having stabbed Pursley last september in a quarrel which grow out of thu impound ing of Tho latter s cows. Tic Man was badly injured a us was later Kilko by William Robertson the Safford it Ireal a Liilo resisting arrest As the result of i he Vida informed the sheriff of a jail breaking plot tonic Timo ago Leo steam who pleaded guilty to a charge of burglary received a mild sentence of two year in the Toni trial prison. He held up a store near m6renci, Home time ago securing $300. His sentence dates Iron Marca 1 of this year. Ramp Gouriou who pleaded guilty to an assault with intent to murder l. Schluss Nger was sentenced to six years in Tho territorial prison dating from december 1, 1908. Pablo by Novanta who entered n similar plea on a Chargo of grand Lar con a escaped with an eight Ron months sentence dating from december 1, 1908. Simon Acosta will to triad saturday on a Chargo of assault with a deadly weapon. Somas Duran forgery and Rafael Anava polio Piu Iio Bui Glar will to tried monday. J. M. Represents the three defendants. Pamfila Esparta held on a Tati Satory charge w 11 to triad saturday with j. E. Hall defending Hira. Indictments have been returned charging William Traylor and Arthur Allendc with the murder of Thomas Dallas last March. John r. Hampton and Thomas Placid Gan represent the defendants. The grand jury t commended the Dis Missal of the ii rfcs against Robert Mclntyre Pablo Mungia Antonio Leon Mac Van Reader h. Young Solso Cabrera Pedro marquee s. 1. 8 an Indian Joso Arrigan Andreas a Raga Nicholas Flroa and Santiago Hernandez. In Tho civil suit of Bishop is. Oliver the defendant was Given five Days to file briefs purport Irreg his motion for n new trial with five Days extra for the plaintiff in which to file an answer. Carter is. Carter Iii action for divorce after living together More than eighteen years Hus band deserts wife charging her husband j. Andrew Carter with desertion and Ubu Sivo treatment Elizabeth l. Carter applied for a decree of divorce yesterday. Tho plaintiff claims that after hav no been married to Tho defendant for eighteen years Bhe was deserted by him about two months ago. Preceding Tho desertion Sho claims that Carter treated her in a Ruel and abusive manner and that at various times during the past j car that has cursed struck her it one time abusing her so cruelly that fico was compelled to threaten to Call an of Loci for her Protection. Tho plaintiff asks for a decree and costs and Tho custody of her children. Orval need 10 Roscoe and Roxa aged 1j. And Irene aged c. Rawln8"& Little represent the Plant inv. Weather bulletin Washington d. C., june 10. Forecast for Arizona fair priday and saturday. I i physicians want pensions for disabled Atlantic City Juno 10. The Houtos delegates to the american med ical associated voted to sup Wrt today Tho project for setting Asido funds for disabled and aged physicians and the establishment of a special sanitarium for doctors attacked with tuberculosis. These officers Wero elected presi Dent William ii. Yehh of Bult Moro vice president Stanley Black of Pasa Dena Cal. General be Creary George Simmons of Chicago. Crities eeim6 discusses peril of Orient speaker from California de clares Japan Doss not keep Faith Buffalo n. Y., Dune 10. The cast and West clashed on Tho question of the reality of Tho yellow Peri at today s session of Tho immigrant Sec Tion of he annual conference on charities an d corrections. W. A. Gates Secretary of the Board of charities at san Franciscoj declared that the yellow peril is More of a menace today than at any time in the past. It is also grave y doubted. Declared gato3, if Japan is faithfully keeping the gentleman s agree meet entered into with the United states re Garding rot fiction of immigration of the cd Lio Caf. A similar agreement entered into with of boat Britain in re Gard to British Columbia has Boon deliberately violated. Japan rocogni7cs no coolie class. Bes Des this 800 Jap Ancs o and 5,000. Chinese have illegally ont Rcd the country Over the Boundary of Mexico and Canada in Tho last year and a the Slavo Trado in Oriental women Gates Taid. Was worse today than Over. Cyrus president of Tariff Bill societies of York Bodo Island to took Iamaio with Gates. Noted author and philanthropist passes away Eward Everett Hale Chap lain of United states Senate 1& dead Boston Juno 10. The morning Light was breaking is Tho veto Pablo Rev. Edward Everett Hale d. D., Chap lain of Tho United states Senate uni tarian divine philanthropist author journalist and Lover of peace breathed his last today in his Home at Roxbury. At Tho bids de Wero his wife Daugh Ter miss Ellen d. Hale and son in hip l. Hale Tho artist. Two other sons Arthur Hao of Washington and pro Edward Hale jr., of Union College returned Home this even Long. On his return from Washington a few weeks ago it was reported that or. Hale was not in Good health but soon to regained his activities and until tuesday attended me tires and received friends. As an author or. Hale s Fame rests on Short stories such As the Man without a Tho work of two great organizations Tho lend a Han d club and Kings daughters will always add to his run own. As a historian his writings Havo be Como authorities. Tho funeral will to held hero Mon Day. Phoenix votes on three Bridge propositions Phoenix Juno 10. Maricopa county today voted on three Bridge building propositions Ono Over Tho Salt River at Teipe Ono Over Tho Salt River at Phoenix and one Over Tho Agua fria River fifteen Miles West of Thoo Nix. Returns comp Eto Aro not Avail Able tonight but the count shows Tho Phoenix proposition will Ann and the Tempo proposition May win. "1. Shrines session closes Louisville Juno 10. Tho Twer to gift annual session of Tho Mystic Shri nors closed tonight with a Brilliant a l. By Midnight most othe visitors Naa Jen the City. I. A 5 ? of j a film f 5 ror a w u a or v i. Term u air i w w in if u ?jrvmvk.2mbgiimsmm. It. to schedules 1t0. U e t Heights Wool schedule occupies Ben--1 ate entire Day to Sec la 1 Sion of income tax " blankets Phy 180 per cent finance committee Victoriou s on every vote to re Duce Tariff rate3 Washington d. A Juno 10. Timo and time again today senator Dol i " or and eight or Nino republicans went Down to i Aci Eai in Pineir Enoris Yourcak Tuo ranks of thy Aldrich forces on the Wool sch Odule of f Ufa Tariff Bill senator j Olliver offered numerous amendments look no to a reduction of the finince Contr Pittee s rates but in each instance the amendment was voted Down and the committee sustained. The first of Dolliver s suggestions had Lor its object the confining of the duty of 4mxrd cloths to Tho Wool , which wag Defeated by a vote of 31 to 43. Warren contended Tho objection to this prov Hiott was to prevent Tho on of cheap cloths but Dolliver t argued that the cry Muht to some per. U Hobs who would to benefited by having cheap clothing brought in from abroad. On this vote Doniv in was supported by Beveridge Bristow Brown Clapp. Cummins la Follette and Nelson while Mcenery of Lou Siana was Tho Only democratic senator who voted with the r Republican against the . Many of Dolliver s amendments Siiro along the came lines is the first and on the entire the vote was practically the same. In no instance did any Republican senators change. One of Dolliver s amendments was identical in terms with Tho Provis on. of a Arian is a part of Ino it saying conditions were entirely Dif v Sulzberger the Mckinley in 1883, but the United hebrews new of senator refused accept Everett Tho the a of pm Jie Ai Ferent now from those Days. In conic of Cushion Between senators Aldrich and Owen the duty on blankets Tho fact was brought out that blankets paid at the rate of 180 per cent cd Malorum. In this connection Tho chairman of the finance com Mittee was Given Opportunity to accept the general prohibiting any rates in the schedule above 100 or cent declined to do because to said it might let in foreign Woolen manufacturers. Tho debate throughout the Day was Good natured and Dolliver discussed polka dots Corn plasters Home mottos and Kindred subjects with much humor. Tho Wool schedule occupied the at Tention of Tho Senate throughout Tho entire Day and this account consideration of Tho proposed income tax which had been set for today was postponed until tomorrow. Tho House was in session just eleven today transacting Little Busi Ness before adjournment until monday. In in Gray Greer son of former enemy general Fred Grant Given ovation by grizzled Voetee ans of rebellion i Memphis Juno 10. Frenzied demonstration of Welcome by the men in Gray for Tho son of the Man who Defeated them marked the final scene of Tho ninth annual reunion of Tho unite Confederate. Veterans took place during Tho Parade. On reviewing Sand food general Fred Erick d. Grant United states army. The cavalry d v Sion approve la and its commanding officer old and grizzled peered steadily at general Grant a1 moment. Then to turned in i Saddle and yelled come Oti Yon kids Ilas general Grant come to life again in his " j son with one of the old Tim e rebel yells the division Jeb Aigid upon the stand and jostled one. Another for Opportunity to shake the hands of the son of their old . From tha moment every Gray cd Veteran who you adj teach to staua Rusney up in site hands with general Grant. 5f Vav .-5 r Tiv Siv or Ossif .i.itfck-., i re 3ft a to in j a Imam a i Tif. 2h i a i 4 j. Ivel i38 u Tho d " on an but so As. Ona the d an to. Fenju off Jim ? i p m s my & v "s&9& a Fyhr

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