7 Nisan 1903 Tarihli Bisbee Daily Review Gazetesi Sayfa 1

7 Nisan 1903 Tarihli Bisbee Daily Review Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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. rr-1 1 1 in in iifrtdnwmrtiTiirrrrir'iif " " WN'VaR6ITV CLUB - te h&'- , i B1SBEE DAILY REVIEW Try a "Wamt" Ad in THE REVIEW It Eriags Results Tke Review briagt tk News First. Otker Pa pers Follow. REGULAR MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOLUME VI. BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY APRIL 7, 1903. NUMBER 253' 1 If 1 IJ ! ; t m ! '1 I I! PENNELL WAS HEAVY DEFAULTER-STRONG WORDS ' FROM MORMON LEADER t . SMITH. CAULS CERTAIN CLASS OF . - "! POLITICIANS HOUNDS Says They were Born into the World ,io Lie About Mormonlsm and i "They areFulfilllng Their mission Salt Lake. April 6. Before. a vast assemblage of conference visitors In the tabernacle here today. President Joseph Smith, head of the Mormon hurch, vigorously expressed his con tempt for those who made a light against the Mormon church and Reed Smoot In the recent senatorial cam paign in this state. President Smith charcaterlzed these men as contemptible hounds and latter day devils, who were born into the world to lie, and were fulfilling their mission ATTACHED DUKE'S BAGGAGE Creditors Alleged He Had Failed to Pay for $225 Vase New York, April 6. "This has all been a mistake. I did not know that my London bankers had transferred my entire account to H.,B. Hollins and Co., here in New York. Wjhen I bought this stuff from Duveen Bros., I gave them a check on my foreign "bankers, believing that my money was still there. They waited some time before offering the check for payment and la the meantime my entire ac count had been transferred to New York. "The attachment has been lifted. I have given Duveen Bros, my personal check on my New York bankers, H. B. Hollins and Co., and the whole mat ter has been adjusted." This statement was made today by the Duke of Manchester, after his "baggage, attached by Duveen Bros, of this city, had been released on pay merit of the amount due them. The baggage was attached because It was alleged the' Duke had filled to pay $223 for a vase, which he pur chased cf Duveen Bros. The Duke and Duchess arrived from Florida Friday, but the attachment was cot served until yesterday. The service was accepted by Proprietor Walters, o the Korel Cambridge. HAD LIFE INSURANCE TO COVER STEALINGS FROM ESTATE Buffalo Newpaper Claims That Man Connected with Burdick Mystery Had Planned Self Destruction Buffalo, April 6. This afternoon, the Dally Commercial publishes a story to the effect that. Arthur. Ponnelt, whose naitio was frequently mentioned In connection with the Burdick mur der mystery, and who was killed la an automobile accident March 10th, was a defaulter to the extent o $200, 000. The Commercial states that the sto ry leaked cut as the result of a dis pute over two life Insurance policies. Pennell carried more than $200,000 in life insurance in order that after his death an eastern estate, from which he is alleged to have been a defaulter, might recoup the losses sus tained through him. The Commercial adds that Pennell had contemplated suicide for two jears. "The fact is known," It says, "that Pennell planned two years ago to throw himself In front, of a train at Peekekill and make it appear that his death was. the result of an accident.' It appears that ,two life Insurance policies had not been turned over to the pdminlstrator. They -amounted to $23,000, and were assigned by Pen nell to Attorney Thayer in trust. This is supposed to been Intended for Mre. Burdick. o GERMAN COUNT WOULD FIGHT. The. Settlement of the Race Question The Anglo-Saxon Will Sweep the Negro Off the Face of the Continent, Says Rev. THOMAS DIXON, Author of "The Leopard's Spots' H m HERE will bo a race war, representing the most terrible conflict this world has ever seen. Nothing that can be done by human hands can prevent this. It will come just as certainly as the sun con tinues to rise and set." On one side will be the Anglo-Saxon race and on the other the negro people. With 3,000 rears of civilization iu favor of the for- i 'meet and consld- Calmness and Business Sagacity Will Settle the Great Question, Says , SOOKEK T. WASHINGTON HE ge for settling great questions, either social or national, with the shot gun has passed. An appeal to such methods is unworthy of ei ther race. I believe the time ha3 come and I believe it is a perfectly practical thing when a group of representative south ern white men and northern white men and negroes should mer there can be but one result the Anglo-Saxon people will sweep the negro people off the face of the continent. cr with the great est calmness and business sagacity the whole subject a3 viewed from every possible standpoint. CORPORAL IS KILLED Heavy Piece of Artillery Turns Over While Go'uig Full Speed "Washington, April 6. The over turning of a heavy piece of artillery in the drill haK at Fort Myer, Va., in the course of the regular drill of -the Fourth Battery of field artillery, commanded by Captain Stephen M. Foote, caused the death of a corporal and the injury of three other soldiers. The dead man is Corporal Charles J. Slavic, aged 25 Tears, of Washing Xcn; crushed beneath the wheels. The injured are: Frank W. Iteilly, of England. 24 years old: contusion and abrasion of ntmored cruiser right groin. j - Elmer Wehn, of Baltimore. 26 years. NINETY-TWO Slight contusion of the bafelf and of the neck, Von Reventiow Declares Kaiser's Ships Would Smash Dewey's FleeL Berlin; April 6. Admiral Dewey's criticism of the German navy and his laudation of his own American war fleet raised a storm in Germany which has found vent in adefiant article writlen bv Count Ton Tteventlow. Th6 tone of the article Is likely to embitter till further those Germans whose ruffled feathers President Roosevelt Is diplomatically trying to Emoothe down by showing that Dewey's words did rot convey either governmental or the eereral forces of the two countries. Count von Reventlow rather invifr. a clash at arms between Admiral Dot" ev's and the kaiser's forces and sir that in such an event the American ships which 'iip rs'lr only third Tat era, would ocn be shot to pieces. Thp rf'r tu Admiral Dewey's criti cism is Mit-ted in the Tageblatt Tt beeins nil a comparison of the Ger man and merican navies. In an swer to PTfy's 'assertion that Ger mans on th'ir warships are unable tT form a comnac-, individual fighting force Count Reventlow sajs Germa ny's first scuadron is homogeneous and alwav3 readv for insect servi'.r. 'It would sira-h Down's heterog?. i.rou3 assembla:: " ''i." mnt contl'i hps. "which has :oi " ugJe modi n f -: ' INDICATIONS POINT TO VICTO RY FOR TOM JOHNSO N, OHIO DEMOCRATIC LEADER. 4. Cleveland, April 6 The indlca tions at midnight are that Tom L. Johnson, democrat, has been re-ele cted of Cleveland over Coulder, the republican candlate. There is great- enthusiasm here over the vie- tory. It has been one of the hard est fought political battles la the history of the city. Over SO.OOO voters were registered. $ "S- MINING MEN PASS v THROUGH IN HURRY The lateness of the train from El .the Indianapolis Sentinel, and Colonel Paso last night was largely due to a special train which was made up at Douglas and rushed to Falrbank to there make connections with the No gales train. Those in the party are Indiana cap italists, -who are Interested in the Indiana-Sonora company, which Is now concerned in some important litigation at Hermosillo. The party had just fifty-three minutes in which to go from Douglas to Falrbank, and th-y were given a special train. The party lias to reach Hermosillo at a certain time today in order to prevent legal steps being taken that will injure their interests to a great extent. They were accompanied from El Paso west by Hon. B. A. Packard, who stopped off in Bisbee. Those in the party were, ex-Mayor Thomas Taggart, of Indianapolis; Har- i-r New, editor of the Indianapolis Journal; Samuel E. Morse, editor of YEARS IN PRISON. 1 Hammond Sentenced for Murder, Rob- Matthew E. Duncan, of Brooklyn, 29 vears, both legs Druisea When the accident occurred the bat tery detachment, consisting of four pieces, was tearing at a gallop around the drill hall In column. As the heavy guns took the turn at the corn er, the wneeis oi iuc ira.uiu& ,...... Hastens, of the Sentinel. -Tom Taggart is one of the most widely known democratic politicians in the United States and is prominent ly mentioned for the position of chair man of the national democratic com mittee. He was twice elected mayor of Indianapolis by an overwhelming majority and has for the past fifteen years beea considered the leader of the democracy In the Hoosler state. He w-as also for many years proprie tor of the Grand noted in Indlanapoli3, and at present at the head of the great RRESIDENT SAYS GET WISE LAWS-DOES NOT ENJOIN SOUTHERN PACIFIC French Lick hotel at French Lick Springs, Ind. Colonel Morse and Mr. New are edi tors of national reputation their pa pers, the Journal and Sentinel, being the leading republican and democratic organs, respectively, of the state of Indiana. Three members of the party stopp ed here last night MAKES-NO MENTION OF KEEPING CAMPAIGN PLEDGES Roosevelt Made. Twelve Speeches. Yes terday In South Drkota Wa Greeted ii Towns by Children Aberdeen, &. D., April 6. President Roosevelt today traversed South Da kota and made more speeches than on "any other day during the present trip. He began with two speeches at Sioux Falls this morning, and ended his twelfth speech this evening at Aber deen. The speeches were confined for the most part to the tariff, and to the general prosperity of the country. In all his speeches tod-ay, he followed closely the llnea of his former address es on these subjects. President Roosevelt was accorded a cordial welcome at the different stop ping places, and at many stations, where the train did not stop, crowds gathered and cheered as the special train sped by. One feature of the day was the large number of children in the various au diences, and the President referred fto them several times, saying ho was glad to see that stock Is not dying out. At Tulare, the President departed from his usual custom and shook hands with the people gathered at the 6tation. Yankton was the first stop after the train left Sioux Falls. To the multitude at Yankton the president spoke on the tariff and the qualities of good citizenship, saying in this connection "It has been a pleasure to see yon, and I can sum up all have to say to you in a couple of phrases. You need

wise laws. See that you get them. You need honest administration of these laws. See that you have It." o KILLED BY INSANE. MAN. Deputy Sheriff Campbell Stabbed, to Death on Running Train. Jacksonville, 111., April 6. P. B. Campbell, a deputy sheriff of McDon ough county, was stabbed to death by an insane man on a Burlington train near ChaplneU this afternoon. Campbell bad charge 'of the man, whom he was, bringing to the Central insane asylum. After stabbing Campbell, the insane man secured Campbell's revolver, and. thus armed, defied the whole car until he was finally overpowered. TAYLOR AND COMPANY'S- CO UN. SEL GIVES REASON CIGARETTE SMOKING IS NOW PROHIBITED IN STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA TOO MANY IMMIGRANTS REPUBLICANS WIN Detroit, April 6. Returns. thu3 far from the state show a very light vote Dolled today. There Is practically no doubt that the republican, candidates for the supreme justice and regenU of the state university have beea elect ed. Says That Judge Lurton Considered S. P. Party in Case, and That it Was Not Legally Represented New York, April 6. Edward Lauter. . bach, counsel for Taylor and company in the Southern Pacific injunction proceedings said today that he had been informed that the decision not to make the injunction permanent was based on a technicality. Judge Lurtoa holding-that the Union Pacific was an Indispensable party in the case, and would have to be represented in court before an Injunction should be grant ed against it. o FRENCH ORDERS OUTWIT STATE. Hundreds of Children Cross Belgian Frontier Daily for Tuition. Paris, April 6. Number of religious orders which were recently expelled from Franco are ingeniously outwit ting the government by establishing themselves just across the Belgian frontier, were they continue, teaching hundreds of French children who cross the frontier twice daily rather than give up the tuition of the monies and nuns. Several deputies declare their con viction that the French foreign office would be justified in protesting to the Belgian government. It is likely that interpellation on tie subject will be addressed to the government during the present week. The foreign office however. 3ays that It is'doubtful if it would be possible to take such. a. course. "What makes the matter se rious is that what is happening in Belgium would also be perfectly pos sible in those part3 of Spain. Italy, Germany and Switzerland, which are contiguous to France. Liquidators have been appointed by the government for the Carthusian. monastery of La Grande Chartreuse, near Grenoble, where the famous Chartreuse" liqueur has hitherto bueea made. The step has beea taken in order to prevent the monks from sending out of the country the distill ing apparatus and other material con nected with the manufacture of the cordial. The last French steamer sailing to New York took a large quan. tlty of such material, but on the re mainder the government has now laid its hanc.3. o CERRO ESCARLATA COMPANY Value Mining Property That is Rapidly Comin to the Front Thl3 company is attracting a great deal of attention just now from th9 fact that the property is. situated in one of the richest gold belt3 in the rich state of Sonora, Mexico, and they are making preparations for beglntn; extensive work in the near future. PASS THROUGH CHICAGO TO STATES OF WEST bery and Jail Breaking. Springfield, Mo, April C Har-v Hammond pleaded guilty U tho charge of murder in the second degree today In the criminal court, fu.lge Gideon aspersed his pu-ishment at seventy years In the penl'enltlary. TTo ilr Tlsfl1(krt niiUv tO i struck a rut under the tanbark and cha-geg 0f robbery, and wa sentenced ; jature prohibiting tie sale of cigar- the entire piece was lumea up3iut.to serTe nve years or esch offense. iettes and cigarette paper to any per For breaking jail ne receivea iu Eon ilnder 21 years oi age. Governor Signs Law Fixing Penalty For Move on Part of the Legislature Harrisburg. Pa., April 6. The ogv- four tensor today sigred the act of the legis" Severs Nearly Three Thousand Make Their Violation A wise years, making' his entire sentence ninety-two years. Arthur Mill v.ss "hot and killed in down. Slavin was the gunner of this piece -and was seated on the extreme right the limber chesL He was hurled .- .t. minn iho oeavv orooaai-B u ,vi. .1... .. iho f.i.Ki nr tiinirr 13. falling sauarely across his body. J- our g.re was no cue as to who .commit- ted the maredr and for several weens it was thought that the mystery would never be Milved oi his ribs were broken and he re-, ceived terrible internal injuries. On ths limber case with him were Beilly and Marcus Shores. The form er was severely, though not fatally. Injured, while Shores escaped any "harm. o aUVS MORE Sli-vcn Then penalty for a violation of the law Is from $100 to 1300. o REV. NEWTON RESIGNS . a Putof4r nr Washington. pni . - thoTwwwy Shaw today purfaased Z.n , -,.. of silver on accoaat of Philippine coirage oi . an ounce. BELGIUM STRIKERS cents 'Railroxi Employes Threaten to Extend ' firwernroent Roads . r, Anril G. The govern of tfc defense, concerning the ce- IL W S . intend to extend the railways ana w with which weir -maada. the men tr!k to foreign t.w orzanizations The Hammcnd was arrested on the charge of robbery, and while the offi cers were Investigating that charge they Irarned that he had told of kill ing Mills. , The state had a very doubtful case. but Hammond decided today that he would plead guilty. John Dalley, 17 years old, who wa3 witn wammono when the murder waa committed, was sentenced to the reform school for five years. Hammond asked the judge to give him.more than sixty years, so that he would be put on the' holiday pardon list. Style doesn't count when it comes to the lining of a. pocket book. o Many a man rushes frantically to his uncle after saying farewell to his ante. o z No one ever heard- a boarding-house landlady complain of a boarder's poor Way to New Homes Biggest Day's Business of This Kind on Record Chiago, April 6. Between 2,000 and 3,000 immigrants passed through Chi cago today for the states of the west and northwest This is the largest movement of the klnJ ever handled in a single day by the railroads entering here. The immigrants came from nearly every country in Europe. PLAN INSURRECTION London. April 6. According to a disDatch from Constantinople, advices e large and rich veins of gold and .- I have been received there irom jian:- tlr that the Macedonian revolutionary committee Intends to proclaim a gen eral insurrection, in European prov inces of Turkey about April 23th. V o TOPOGRAPHICAL SURVEY Was Pastor of StanfoVd Church and Quits Without Reason Stanford University, Calif., April 6 Rev. Heber Newton, pastor of tho Stanford Memomrial church, has re signed. Rev. Newton came aere irom New York five montus ago. He had beea pastor or the most prominent Episcopal church in New York for thirty years. His- resigna tion has caused a sensation here. The reasons for the etep are not known. -o MAIL CLERKS EXAMS Washington, AprB 6. Civil service examinations will be held at Tucson, Nogales, Prescott and Phoenix on May 26th for positions -as ' railway mall clerk3. DID NOT PITCH BABE TO'WOLVES Russian Wife Refuses Order of Hus band and She and Child Live. St. Petersburg, April 6. The Sever- ny- Krai reports the following: A man and his wife who left their na- STRATTON COMPROMISE Colorado Swings, April 6. Atoor- neys- for ioth sides in the Strattoa will tive village tear Vltebesk a few days cae have agreed to compromise, i ago tc nave tneir Daoy oaptisea ai me wm decided that I. Harry Strattoa, i nearest church were set upon by contestant, shall .receive $400,000 for, twelve wolves. The man ordered his himself and liberal fees for his attor neys. Judge Orr will take the agree men under advisement o A poor workman always .considers himself superior to his Job. o- gravity of a man repels, wife to throw the baby to the wolves. She refused and he attempted to tear the child from her arms. In the scuffle the mother fell out of the sleigh with the baby and they rolled, unnoticed by the wolves. Into a ditch. The wolves kept up the The earth's gravity attracts, but the pursuit and overtook and devoured the silver ore that run through the entire length of the property crop boldly through porphyry and run from 2 to 10 feet in width. A shaft 50 feet la depth has been sunk upon the Boston claim, and has followed a vein from the surface down and run3 for 3& to X fpt In width with alupa hiirh in Being Made Along coioraao Kivcr jor g0,d and silver- There is a large Benefit of Settlers. ( am0unt of work now going on in this What is to be known as the Needles dIstrlct and some verj. rich gold prop. quadrangle is now under survey oyterties nave been opened up. This the United States geological survey, property l3 situateQ between the San and topographic maps of the region Jose and EJ Gtobo god companjeSi will soon be prepared. This area"es i which are now producing a large in eastern Ban i;raruiu -"""'' scale and some wonderful rich ore California, and southwestern Maave s encountered The vein3 o county, Arizona, and touches the Ne-jthis dlstrict are very strong and are vada state line on the north. The f ree.mUIjng and therefore easy to Colorado river cuts tnrouga-uic "-,.,.,, tri-t from northwest to southeast. dividing it Into two nearly equal parts' At the pastern end of the basin incit ed In the quadrangle the greatest do- presjaec. K G. Tomllnson, secretary- presslon is the toacrameuiu ., and maEager. j, M- oConnell. treasur the course of which is due west and ef acd R Q Dillon superintendent, is followed by the line of the Santa Fe Iearn that 8lock of railroad. ' pany is being placed rapidly and that The region Is bare and forbidding. the p-my jnten(i to erect a stamp but the soil is said to respond, wiia mt Ja near uture ,T,PTfnl fertility to irrigation. few small scattered "prospect hole3" are to be found in the foothills, but the Santa Fe railroad Is the only perma nent improvement of any kind. The mountains, the loouuus, u the sides of the basin have .been a scale suitable for show ing their mineral features, but the river bottom has been mapped oa a - larger scale, in connection wun me . 4 riamation surveys. 5, treat This company has an exceptional list of officers and directors. S. W. Clawson, president; E. G. Ord, vlce- EXCELLENT PROGRAM The program at the'pipe organ re cital tongiht of Profeseor Skeele at the Presbyterian church will be as follows: 1. Concert Rondo Hollino 2. "The Question" Wotetenholme "The Answer" Wolstenholme Vocal solo, Mrs. H. B. Paul! Nuptial march ,... Guilmant variations on a. Vnth Ati- .. .. . ,i.i!r character is alsOi t...-i- VlHB. Ul o.... oust being undertaken along the Colorado I g. The Storm (by request) Lemmeaj o .. The Lord would have a mighty poor 8. opinion of Himself it He answered 9 some pryaers that are sent up. ooalsolo Mrs. H. B. Panll Caprice in B Flat Guilmant , Overture to WHUm Tell ' '.....,... .Rosslno-Bucfc 1 appetite. man and his, horses. , " ! . rf 7 f J y gmtimmmmmmdmmmm W9l unpM

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