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 - : c QUALEY IS ON TRIAL. j Two Cf His...
: c QUALEY IS ON TRIAL. j Two Cf His Accomplices Have Al-pended rtad Bn ConTicted. Judse McCollum,, of Safford, is in wW ot a Ietter fronl Mr- Wilson, who ls now ono o he P?cipal own- convicled of defacIng b!)oks of Es-another mlnIng comp2ay o.wi,jchilc W2S g6aerai manager. On 4he con-England vicUoa in ibe Graham county courts hff was sentenced to slx months in Jai, aad to pay a fina of ?200 Tne fine was but governor Murphy pardone1 Qaaley from the jail sen-company. tence. jjrs Qualey, who is yet interested ja the Lone Star mining properties, and who has been stopping at Saf-company. ford during ahe most of the winter, left last week presumably for New-important York to assist her husband oat of his troubles. Mrs. Qualey is an ex-three ceedingly bright and polished lady and a cousin of General Miles and she may be- able to, bring sufficient influence to save her husband from prison, for which he now seems to be headed. Arizona Bulletin. rs ot xaa pruiwny ia " " Mining district, formerly known as the Horseshoe group and owned by the Horseshoe Copper company, which was promoted by Ignatus Qualey. The letter states that two of the men arrested wKh Qualey in New York, charged with fraudulent sales of stock in the Horseshoe company have been convicted in the criminal court and that the next trial would be that of Qualey. Four men were arrested as being parties o the same fraudulent transaction. A ftay HnalAv'fl trial tpIII trfm& tho case of WeUei; who was the treasurer of the Horseshoe company. It is not unlikely that Qualey, who is now confined in the Tombs, will also be convicted. Qualey Is well kaowa ,n seUoQ and w oace

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  1. Bisbee Daily Review,
  2. 28 May 1903, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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