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BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
Ob Kugllsh "walnut trco in South-J
era California has paid taxes for thi X
last seven years on $S,000 worth of;
property. See J. A Smith at Frank J
Tho conditions at- LOM1TA are
Jlrtpa for walnuts, berries, of all J
kinds, vegetables and poultry. Lo
Seated within six blocks of the harbor J
J when completed. Call at the corner;
? of Main street and Subway.
REGULAR MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS.
BISBEE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1910.
Scenes In America's Largest City Following Ihe Heavy
Storm And Snow Blockade Of A Few Days Ago
PARIS A IRE
Present Probe of Beef Trust
Forced By Four Members
of 1908 Jury Who Threat
' . cned Exposure.
MADE STRAIGHT TALK
TO JUDGE LANDIS
Court Looks Up Evidence Ig
nored Before and Decides
to Take Prompt Action,
CHICAGO, Jan. 27. Four members
of the federal grand jury, which in
estimated the bee trust in 1903,
.forced tne government . tnrou;U
Judge Landls. to stare the present in
quiry, according to a report today.
AJjJstant Attorney General Wade
Ellis, who spent the day here, de
nied any friction among government
officials concerning the present in
vestigation, and said that District At
torney Sims would remain in enarge.
Concerning the inception of the
present action, said there would have
been none had four dissatisfied Jury
men not sought the aid of Judge
Landls. This quartet. It is said, fia-
ally became so Indignant over the m
cieaslng price of meat, that they in
formed Judge Landls that they
thought it time for the government to
begin another inquiry. The report of
the four jurors alleged that, enough
evidence was submitted to the 190S
grand jury to warrant true bills, and
that in spite of this, there was .a sud
den apathy on the part of those be
hind the prosecution. They ozso said
If investigation was not resumed im
mediately they would make a state
ment teethe public-setting ferta th
theory why the Jproi.ecution had been
Following the jurors' complaint
Judge Landls is said to have made the
investigation that resulted in the pres
ent action. Judge Landls, It is said,
got In touch with the evidence su -mitted
to the 190S grand jury, and he
is determined that the present ac
tion shall not bo nullified by influence
outside the grand jury room. In
his statement E lis said that the in
vestigation will be conducted under
the anti-trust statutes and may be
either civil or criminal.
GERMAN EMPEROR'S BIRTHDAY,
BERLIN, Jan. 27j Emperor Will
iam today quietly celebrated his
fifty-first birthday at Potsdam, sur
rounded by his family- A service 01
thanksgiving was held In the castle
chapel, with a sermon by Dr. Dryand-
er, the court chaplain. Later in the
day congratulatory messages poured
in upon his Majesty from all parts
of the world and many valuable pres-'
ents were received from the sover
eigns of Europe and personal friendu.
(In observance of the anniversary
flags were displayed on all public
and private buildings an dat all the
military and naval stations through
out the enfpire the customary sr
lutes were fired.
DEMOCRATIC LEAGUE MEETING.
ALBANY. N. Y.. Jan. 27. The gen
eral committee of the State Demo
cratic League, which was organized
at the Saratoga conference last Sep
tember, met in conference at the Ten
Eye Hotel this afternoon to discuss
mealires to be introduced at the
present legislative session oeanng
upon ballot and direct primary reform
and home rule for municipalities. The
league, which is generally understood
to be working for the overthrow of
William J. Conners, the present chair
man of the Democratic State Commit
tee, numbers among Its active spints
Edward M. Shcppard of Brooklyn, H.
W. KiHeen of Buffalo. D. Cadv
Herrick and -others equally well
BROTHER HENRY ON MEXICO.
IX)S. ANGELES, Jan. 27. That a
feeling of the greatest cordiality to
ward the United States exists In Mex
ico, te- tho statement of Henry W.
Taft, irother of ti president, who is
here after a visit to tfce southern re
public. The Zelaya incident did no:
Imtwrfl the friendship. Taft oayi
Aft u tarttxr it first Croat .trtke
aml the situation is worrying Dlaz.,15 sald t0&xi that the second
American englneor. and conductors mi criminal court had promised It wouVI
the National railroads, whom the BOt.roceea w,ul n,s lna4 "3 wreK-
emment is planning to replace wlih
Mexicans, threatens a general strike
before the change can take place,
ZELAYA TO BELGIUM.
MEXICO CITY, Jan. 27. Zelaya an
nounced today that be will leave Psl
wary 1 for Bcilgium.
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CREAM OF IHE
Toboggan Slide on New York
Stock Erchange Stiil On.
With Paris Disaster the On
ly Excuse in Sight,
NEW 'YORK. Jan. 27. Contortions
in the price movement of atoks, which
characteristic In thv
?eTs nsjTKet, naa anotner illustra
tion today. Yesterday's sudden rp
covery was-wiped out for the most
part, and prices of some leading
blocks were established at lower
records than in the demoralization of
Tuesday. The only news cited to
account for the heavy selling was the
French flood disaster. The official
estimate of losses is reported as high
Harrlman Pacifies were especially
the targets of attack, which met with
no manifest opposition. United
States Steel maintained its usual
eminence. Coppers got no benefit
from the steps toward the merger.
Pennsylvania offered notable resist
ance to the day's weakness and tm
prominent in recovery. Bonds, Ir
regular. Total sales, $3,C84.000. U.
S. Bonds unchanged
E SGALE NOT
AGREED ON YET
RAILROAD UNIONS WILL CONFER
FURTHER AND MAKE THEIR Fl
NEW YORK. Jan. 27. Renresenta-
NEAR BOTTOM SSHM
tlves of the railway trainmen's untgn3Jlt ,n the hands of a business man."
who were to have conferred today 'He charged that the Dostofflce. ie
with the officials of the thirty-three 'Parfment is Inefficient He satd the
controlling roads east of the Missis tenure of office Is so short that offl
slppi river, left tonight for the west cIaIa are unable to become familiar
and the conference has been postponed w,tn the nt,es-
Indefinitely. ' An anlmatel political debate with
' Th nrfrt'n-,1 ..vrw.nt.-n in pr that' the ,arift as lls chief feature enter-
by this time the men would have
mulated a scale to replace the pro
posals recently rejected by the rail
roads, but they are not agreed. Presi
cent Lee of the Brotherhood of Train
men, wll confer at Cleveland with the
representatives of the local unions
and from these meetings, it Is believed,
the final demand will lsue.
President Shonts announced today
a substantial Increase in the pay of
conductors, trainmen, gatemen, ticket
agents and switchmen of tho inter
borough rapid" transit companies.
This is the second voluntary Increase
since January 1. 190S.
EXPECTS AID THIS WEEK.
GUADALAHARA, Mex.. Jan. 27. A.
Cook, the American conductor, who
has been held a prisoner since August
for alleged contributory neg iKence
h connecting with a freight train rob-
LATHAN HAS A FALL.
CAIRO, Egypt, Jan. 27. Herbert
Lathan, the French nviator, fell 150
feet while making a flight'at .-ellpoll.
The monoplane was wrecked, bulj
Lathan was uninjured,
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Magazine Publishers Appear
Before House Committee
to Protest Against H;gher
Rates of Postage.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 27. Publish
ers of magazines today continued be
fore the house commlettc on post- j
offices their efforts to prevent .hal
threatened Increase in rates on sec
ond class matter. Tho principal
spokesman, George Wilder, president
of the Butterlck company, severely
criticised the system of conducting
the5 postofflco department.
"Take the postofSce department out
f poJIUcs," he declared, "and put
for-,tanea the house of representatives
today. The agricultural apporpnu-
tion bill waB under consideration, and
speaking on It, Representative Boulell
of Illinois upheld the Payne-Aldrlch
tariff law as o:ie that will be eminent
ly satisfactory to the country, and
especially the southern states.
The senate received tho postal sav
ings bank bill, an administration meas
ure, and referred It to a committee.
It will probably be reported out to
morrow. A till was passed providing
for disposition by lottery of unallot
ted Indian lands in South Dakota, but
not before Senators Gore nnd Dar
ken had bitterly asailed the system.
The postal savings bank bill pro
vides a system of postal savings d?
PosItorie3 under the supervision of a
board of trustees and the secretary of
the treasury, postmaster general and
attorney general. AH post offices of
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the class authorized to issue money
orders are declared to to postal .-.
Accounts may be opened by any i will be issued and 10 cent postal sav
on over ten years of age and by mar-1 ings stamps sold. When stamps
rled women, In their own names, free ;
from Interference of husbands. No
account is to be less than $10, and
not more than $100 can !- deposited
in any one month. Al deposits must
be multiples of $1. but the smaller
amounts may be accepted and accum
ulated for deposits. Savings cards
' JURY INDICTS MORE
CHICAGO, Jan. 27. Paul Red- )
v K3M, a lunner aeputy commis-
sioncr of public works, Michael
! McGovern. a wealtlry contract-
or. Who has had many big city
contracts, and nine city officials
i -- .. vu.i)riuj V, VI i,l.XJl, C A,,
ir wc muivieu on a cuarge oi
conspiracy to defraud the city of
The indictment is a complete
surprise, as it is believed the al-
! leced frauds involved onlv J4H-
00- Rediesko furnished a $20.-
bond. McGovern Is also being
held for $20,000, and it is an-
t nounced that he will furnish
f bond tomorrow
SNAKE POISGN AS
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EASE IS BEING HELPED BY THE
STOCKTON. Jan. 27. After three
weeks' use of venom from rattle
snakes In the treatment of tuberculo
sis of the lungs In the Lodi case that
was in its last stages, Dr. Hull Stock
ton reports some improvement of tho
The poison treatment Is given after
a formula recommended by eastern
physicians who have tested it. In ihe
Lodi case a young man Is reported
as freed from night sweats and stim
ulated by the venoa:, which is en
couraging, though permanent cure is
hardly looked for. The venom is used
in prepared form after treatment In
UPHOLDS CORPORATION TAX.
TOLEDO, Jan. 2C Judge Td$ior.
in the United States court today, sus
tained tho constitutionally of he fed
eral corporation tax In an order dis
missing the suit of a stockholder
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"laEnn ?' ""7 l"e eaM
to be taken immediately to the sn-
nmne C0 rt
show an Investment of $1 or mult!
pie, it will be received as a deposit
Deposits draw 2 per cent interest.
The maximum account Is $500. Funds
received by postal savings banks to
bo deposited' In banks, subject to pub
lic supervision. Tb.e banks t'opay
2 1- per cenL
OF HUGE LIT
Sensation is Sprung in Louis
ville When Well Known
Agents Are Arrested and
FOR WORKING OUT.
LOUISVILLE, Jan- 27j What is,
said to be a far-reaching conspIrac
to defraud life Insurance companies
Is to be Investigated here and per
haps In other cities. Fraudulent poll
cles to the extent of $200,000 are In-
WarrantB have been sworn to by
the treasurer of th elndiana National
Life of Indianapolis for the arrest of
John Keane, P. J. Xeedham and T.
O'Leary, three of the best known In
surance solicitors In 'Louisville,
charged with conspiracy to defraud.
It is stated that the arrest of these
gauon or tne aiatir mat. involves more
than fifty persons. Alsq many phy
slclans are Involved.
One physician. It Is said, admittco
that he acted as a participant in tfco lnal lne senerai outuno or me pun
conspiracy by filling out certificate!. has en tsseA uIn informally by
certifying that men and women ht" tho attorney general. In any even
had never seen were good risks. The u wH1 take several weeks to work ou.
state insurance commissioner and th- tne details, and there is still a possl
Louisville authorities today took up bmty r HUfon over the terms pro-
h- - of wur v. RMr n sin .i
week teamster who died leaving rll-
cles amounting to $10,000.
MAY AVERT BIG STRIKE.
' MEXICO, CITY, Jan. 27. Prospects
of ai agreement to prevent a walk-
out of engineers and conductor- or.
the National railways of Mexico look-j
ed brighter XtonlghL Two confer-1
ences were held today and at tho
close of the second session It was re-
ported both sides looked for a sft-
EXPLOSION OF DYNAMITE.
ASHI1ILLE, N. C Jan. 27. As the In Chicago January 20.
result of an explosion of dynamito In 0
the court house at llryson City to-j SAME COLONIST RATES..
tSht one was kil'ed, another badly In-! CHICAGO, Jan 27. Tho trans-conjured
(blinded) and the register of tinental passenger association today
deeds, Francis Swain, fatally hurt, announced" its intention of charging
Francis was thawing dynamite on a for next summer the samQ colonist
radiator in preparation for' a fishing rates to the aclflc coast points as
trip. Mast year.
OSES HER FISI
Famous Crusader is Attacked
By Woman Resort Keeper
In the Butte Red Light Dis
DENVER, Jan. 27. A special from
Uutte says; Carrie Nation and May
Maloy, keeper of a dancehall In tho
tenderloin, had a set-to during Mrs.
Nation's crusade through the red
light district, n which honors weroj
even, but which furnished- plenty of
excitement to a crowd of a thousand
who were following Mrs. Nation In
Angered at Mrs. Nation's talk to
the habitues of the place, and fearing
for the safety of a number of oil
paintings which the Kansas temper
ance advocate had denounced, te
Maloy woman sailed in. She tore
Mrs. Nation's bonnet nnd pulled hei
hair, while her finger nails were busy
with Mrs. Nation's face
Mrs. Nation, id spire or her age,
was not Idle. She swung her right
with precision and force to the Maloy
jaw. Then the crowd which had been
following interfered and put an end to
MORGAN WILL NOT
E THE DEAL
COPPER MERGER DETAILS MAY
REQUIRE SEVERAL WEEKS
FOR WARKING OUT.
NEW YORK, Jan. 27. There was
lively interest today in Wail street.
I It was rumored that plans were on
- wm kin Ka S j-i--g---l -. --l
Amalgamated copper interests into a
gigantic corporation, second only Ic
the United States to the steel corpora
tion. It is denied that Morgan will
flnancn the deal. Wall street has it
P' ro me -Nevaaa uonsonaatea.
Denial is made that the Amalga-!celver
mated will -vr.ntn.illv nhm-1, .-.-,.
Jeonda. On the contrary. It Is said
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that Anaconda wi.I absorb the prop
erties In its own territory, and then
P088 ,nto onp nai ho'dliiR comnan,
wltn Amalgamated, Its subsldaries
and tho RQ"e Coalition.
ARREST NEGRO FOR CRIME,
LOUISVILLE, Jan. 27. George
Robertson, a negro, was arrttUyl
i here charged with murder ot tin,
Jennio . Clegbcn, a whlto woman,
whose dismembered body, minus the
head and heart, was found In a resort
At Two O'clock This Morning
the Flood Situation Was
Worse Than Ever, and
MNAY TOPPLE 0VE:.
President Taft Cables Sm-
pathy and Offers Aid
Through Red Cross.
PARIS, Jan. 2S. (Friday.) Flood
conditions are much worse at 2 o'clock
this morning. The old I.atln Quar
ter situation is critical. Many sew
ers hae burst in the twelfth Arrou
dlssement, one of the biggest in Pari,
the whole of which is now submerged
and plunged in darkness. Masons
were hastily summoned at a late hour
and are working desperately erectins;
a wall to save the historic Hotel Lam
bert, erected In the Seventeenth cea
tury, and the equally famous Hotul
Lauzan adjoining, a'so built in tho
At 2:30 o'clock this morning wa
ter forced its way through the sub
way workings of Rue St. Lazare,
which inundated the whole length.
At several places the sidewalk fell in.
The subway under Place de l'Opera
collapsed and the sidewalk In front
of the New York Equitable Socioy'i-
building suuk in. At midnight th-j
water at Pont Royal was still rtsm--.
It is expected the high mark will Uu
reached between 3 and 10 o'clock this
morning, when it will be within a
few inches of the highest flood record'
ed, in 1615, Reports from Marne
and Onno, np the Seine, say the water
PARIS, Jan. 27. Another day J
passed, but the waters of the Seine
creep slowly higher, each inch widely
extending the area of destruction, dev
olation and ruin. Although tho bar
ometer Is rising rapidly, and sunshine
today succeeded storms, a feeling of
panic prevails tonight when the au
thorities, who yesterday said the' max
imum of the flood would come today,
announced that this will not be reach
ed until tomorrow. Meantime, what
is happening is enough to strike ter
ror to the stoutest heart . The crust
of the city Seems ready to sink into
the flooded subterranean labyrinth
Every hour drains are bursting in
new localities, causing subsidence of
streets, or bulgingthem up several
feet In the Bercy quarter the.wat-r
Is six feet deep In the streets and tho
entire left bank of tho Seine, compris
ing the law court Institute, fashion
able St. Germain district, the foreign
office, c&amber of deputies and
Champs de Mars is submerged from
one to ten feet. Some deputies left,
the Palais Bourbon tonight in row
boats, and others on backs of attend
ants. WASHINGTON, Jan. 27. Presidunt
Taft has sent a te'egram to President
Fallcries' of France, expressing tho
sympathy: of the American people for
the f!ood' sufferers of Paris and ha.
tendered relief through the Red, Cross.
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ANOTHER REIGN OF TERROR.
HLUEFIELDS, Jan. 27. Dispatches
today say that imprisonment of mem
bers of prominent families in Granada
and Managua counies, and that
Madriz has virtually re-established a
reign of terror.
MEXICO, Jan. 27. Alfonso Arria-
gara, an attorney, is appointed r-
r tho Un,ted Sfate Rankin?
A meeting of creditors
will be held soon. When the
affairs are wound up a reor
ganization may be effected under a
When the affairs are wound up a re
organization may be effected under a
new management The last bank
failure In Mexico City was in 1303
when the International Bank suspend
ed. CONFESSES TO PATRICIDE.
MJNOT. N. D.. Jan. 27. Charles
Mollne, aged 23, confessed today that
he had murdered his fatter. Frank
Moliae. last Friday Ho said that
hia mother, who had been divorced
from MoTIne, believed Mollne wa
about to re-marry and was airaid he
would leave his property to his sec
ond wife. The son said he mca-t
to murder both his father and th
woman. THE WEATHER.
Arizona, fair Friday and Saturday.
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