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PIONEER PAPER OP ARIZONA
Coldly Eyes His Mother-In-Law
Chooses to Stay With Hut
band Rather Than
lly AiwoclA.ood Pi
KANSAS CITY, Mo.., April 11. -Thirteen
out of forty-five of tho tem
porary jurymen from whom tho finnl
Uclvc will bo chosen to try Dr.
Hyde fur tho alleged murder of Col.
fiwopt, woro selected nt tho opcnilng
t onion of tho trial tpdny.
Attachments woro Issued for sov
cnty flvo veniremen, who failed to
Tim court is anxious to obtain a
Mrs. Logan Strops, vrho is ro?pn
fililo for tho prosecution of Hyde,
net her daughter, Mrs. Ilydo, today,
for tlio firtit time since nho sprang
tho sensation in connection with Col.
fiwojfl'fi death mystery. .
Neither spoke. . jCrp. Ilydo drow
f loser to her husband who looked at
hit mother-in-law defiantly. .
Ilydo is cheerful.
joiikson gets busy. .
WMCAOO, III., "April 11. With
fevcrnl hours devoted to boxing, Jnck
Johnon stnrted nctunl training to
day for his battle with Jeffries.
"From now on I will live on n rug
iilar program," ho said. Ho will
leave for San Francisco on April
By AmootaM Pi
YUMA. Arlt.. April il. Charles
Weismcr, assistant signal supervisor
oi tno Southern Pacific, was danger
euily shot by W. E, Petty, a dis
charged track walker, today, at Flow
,DK wens, six miles west or hero.
Wclsmor interfered in a quarrol
with Agont Shaw.
I'ctty ran to the section houso and
cot a rovolvor. Wcsmor was tnkon
to his homo in Los Angelos.
NKW YORK, April ll.-Lcad $4.40
MINE STRIKE GROWS
Samples of Ore From the Little Daisy
Arrlvnls yesterday from Joromo
Rlvo the latest developments In tho
Wltlo SaUy a pronounced nnd em
Thatlo rating, and emphatically state
that if there Is any doubt as co
what is hnpponlng at that camp
thorp, is abundant ovldonco to provo
that through the striking of sul
phide iri tho forerunner of ono of
jjifl grontcst rnlnoral propositions in
Uus section, about to bu creatod.
Vhllo it is true that nil people In
that city appreciated that up to last
jvfek th0 discovery of tho rod ox
idos and native copper with tho cop
per glance also, was of much .conse
quence, the district skeptics had not
become satisled of the magnitude of
NKW YORK, April ll.-Tho sec
ond offer of tho New York Central
to Incrcnso tho wages of its conduc
tors nnd trainmen from 8 to 25 per
cent was dpcllned'at a .mooting of
representatives of tho men' .tonight.
They will notify tho company to.
morrow, nnd if an agreement is not
renchod tho employes will ndhoro to
a 07 per cent voto for a strike
Tho men 'want from 8 to 04 per
President Leo of the
of Hallway Trainmen said thero will
o no striko so long as there is a
chanco for a settlement. It Is be
llovcd thnt negotiations under tho
Krdmnnn net will prevent a sudden
JOHN COULON IS
liy Axnoctetjml I
NKW YOKK, April ll.-Johnny
Coulon, tho bantam cbnmninn. won all
mo way in a ton round go with!
Young O'Lcnry tonight. 1
NKW YOKK, April ll-Silvcr G2
NKW YORK, April' ll.-Klccro-lytio
$13 to $13.25, casing $12.75 to
liy Associated I'reM.
PORTO MAURIZIO, Italy, April
11. Oifford Plnchot spent tho ontlro
day with Roosovolt, but what they
discussod as a secret. They took a
flvo hours' excursion into tho moun
tains. Mrs. Roosevelt and Miss Carew
going along. They visited tho famous
Cbarlcmagno monument, ana tno vu
lagers showered them with flowers.
Plnchot. leaves tomorrow for Zur
icb, nnd will then go on to London.
JIo sails for noma on April au.
LIQUIB ISSUE IN BBTAN'S TOWN
LINCOLN. Nob.. April 11. Before
tomorrow morning the pcoplo of Lin
coln, tho largest city In Nebraska
undor prohibition, will know whethor
their city is to contlnuo "dry" or
return to tho "wot" column. To
ilnv'n election on tho saloon quos
tlon follows tho fiercest municipal
campaign over conducted in No
brnska. For wcoks tho contest has
been bitterly wnged on both sides.
Nightly rallies havo been held nt
which prohibition nnd nntt-prohlbl-tlon
spenkors of natlonnl roputatlon
havo bee) lioara.
tho property until tho sulphides wero
Thov now renllro tho profound be
Ui,t imt tlm ear load after car load
that is In ovldenco on tho dump for
inspection, ,1s unanswerable. Another
Indisputnblo fact is theso sulphides
aro ldontlcol to that product reaenod
on the 450 foot lovel of the United
Vordo, dlfforlng, However, in v
frM, T.WUn Daisv values aro high.
..rV i.trrh.ln pold. silvor and copper,
Whoro tho latest strike took place
wns in the drift running west from
a point near tho face of the crass
I.. n BOO foot evol, This
CrOSSCUt IS UCIBg umulo", -I'
being made secure, It will probably,!
PRBSCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY
Important Meeting of Com
mittee Wat Held To
There was another. onthnslnstle
mectlng Inst night of tho commit
tee' on the Bluo and Cray Reunion,
J. A. llopo presiding during tho tem
porary absoneo of Chairman II, N.
Fredericks. Chairman Ullcs of the
decoration committee reported that
tho cstimatod cost of the decorations
and lllumlnntions would Ho from $3&0
to $500, nnd tho cost of advertising
tho event throughout tho territory
would bo $7G0. It is not likely that
tho barbecue will bo ono of tho pro
gram events, ns It was figured out
thnt this feature .would cost $2,000,
tho main cxponso being thnt of serv
ing tho crowd,
Upon motion tho executive com
mlttco wns authorized to go to Phoo
nix noxt Mondny and confer with the
flrnnd Army veterans who asscmblo
in thnt city on thnt dato.
Messrs. Fredericks. .Toslln nnd
Johns will go to Whipplo thl's nftcr
noon to confer with Major Klrby.
A suggestion was mado that a sor
ics of bnlloon nsconsionn would bo nn
nttrnctivo form of entertainment,
nnd tho mntter wns rofcrrod to A. A.
Johns for investigation.
Tho committee will meet ngain
next Mondny night.
REUNION TO BE
DIRECTOR PAYS A VISIT
With tho object of viewing
Humboldt smelter, which is n bo tit
rendy to "blow in," John H. tFlaglcr,!
ono of tho directors of tho Consoli-
luted Arizona Smelting company, ar
rived Inst evening from California,
Mr. Flagler is n resident of New
York, but he owns a lemon grovo on
tho Golden Stnto from which 150 car
loads of tho citrus fruit woro ship-
pod ttiis season.
After looking over his Interests
wivii;. iu uvuiiiju iu vmit Aiuuiuuiut,
on his roturn trip to Gotham. Ah a
member of tho executive committee of
tho company, Mr. Flagler has been in
closo touch with tho nffairs of the
smeltor and no is satisfied that tho
cnterpriso will bo a profitable ono.
In fact ho Is convlncod from tno re
ports received that within a few
months too smelter will bo taxed to
its utmost capacity, Tho Bluo Bell
mine, which is owned by the com
pany, has developed into a big prop
osition and all of tho stockholders
are immensely gratified over that fea
turo of their investment, as already
BIG SAVING MADE
liy AsaocUtiwS Pre.
WASHINGTON. D. C. April 11.
Postmaster General Hitchcock basing
his conclusion on tho auditor's return
for tho first nine months of the pres
ent administration, states tho re
turns show a decrcaso or fiu,uuu,uuu
in tho deficit of $17,048,000, handed
down the preceding year,
bo continued further Into tho ore
Tho striking of tho sulphides
was mndo on tho footwall. and in run
Ing this drift Into that body not an
ounco of wait was cut into. The
oxtont of the body could not be
The sinking of a wlnio at this
nnltil I titular headway, and is also
currying tho sulphides as mentioned.
The cutting mio oi wio suipmuu w
mndo Sunday ovonlng, nnd General
xrannirer Fisher wns present to fol-
ir.ur thn areateit development that
hns yot nttondod his energetic ef
forts. The coming into the field of
nnothor bonnnn property is through
this mlneraloglcal determination, a
settled nnd Incontrovertible fact, and
is so regarded by all conversant with
conditions prevailing ai me wom.
Jevraal-MiMf-Hlgk elaas Jet week
MORNING, APRIL 13. 1910.
Arizona Delegate Again
Shows That He it Stren
uout Worker ' '
BY ISA MY BOND. - '
WASHINGTON, .1), C, April 11.
The statehood - report sent .from tho
Sonata commltteo room this morning
was returned, nnd .printed after the
morning hour, too lato for any action
Cameron secured from tho Bureau
of Tiberius a supply of fish for the
Prescott Gun Club. '
Cameron is grateful for an invita
tion to attend tho Tucson Wcit Coast
Mexico railroad celebration. JIo is
compelled to watch tho statehood bat
tle, which prohibits his attendance.
A lively brittle will begin when
Jloveridgo calls for action on tho
-1 - 1 - l 1 ..III T I . A ' . l ' II 1
niuiuiiuiiii uiii. ii may occirr possioiy
somo day this week.
SOUTHEBN COLLEGE WOKEN.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 11.
Oovornor Patterson welcomed the
mombors of tho Southern Association.
of Collego Womon nt tho opening of
Its nnnunl convention in this city
todny. Tho association, which has
for Its aim purely educational work,
embraces In its membership fifteen
of tho lending Southern colleges for
thoro Is nn oro body blocked out
which tho iiiiL'Ilii-urn nillmnln will
Wield n round million dollars.
whr- it l - l it f it.
'mi. j-niKiur in jiiuiMiriij lor inc
statement that no one identified with
tho munngoment or ownership of tho
old smelter Is connected with tho
present company. Its directors and
principal stockholders nro all men of
high finnncial standing who have en
tered into tho smolting business ns
nn investment and not as a specula
tion, nnd tho plant has been remod
elled and equipped, regardless of cost.
with tho sole object of economy of
operation ana permanency.
This is Mr. Flagler's initial visit
to Arizona and he in pleased to note
the genoral good feeling that prevails
in anticipation of the early resump
tion of the smelter. He is engaged
in the banking business in New York
and personally an affable aad
genial gentleman, whom one meett
with pleorare. He is a cousin of
Henry M. Flagler, one of the mild
ing spirits of the great Standard
Ilr Associated PrM.
WATSEKA, III., April ll.Dr. W,
R. Miller and Mrs. J, B. Sayler ware
found guilty of manslaughter la the
killing of J. It. Baylor, and were
given twelve nud threo years, ro
spcetively. John Grundcn, her father,
TONOPAn. Nev., April ll.-Frank
WhiU shot and killed his partner,
Charles Black, during a' business
quarrel tonight at Manhattan. The
citizens are aroused and deputies have
been sent to preserve order.
R, A. Kirk, assistant secretary of
Arizonn, arrived in the city yter
day, on census matters affecting
this county. By tho illness of Ned
Creigbton, who was to occupy this
field In special census duties affect
ing the many enumerators for the
county, Mr. Kirk will net in the 1st
ter's place. The enumerators are eon
ferring with him oa tho manner to
proceed with the work, which beglas
oa tae jbib last,
Ilr Amoot&trd Pi
BEN LOMONp, Cal. A'prll IK
Jim Jeffrie's hid a narrow escape to
drfy wKofi" ho chopped ' down a red
wood, which crashed, into a string of
power wire's, and the two ends drort-
1011 close to tho .champion; Other
t tl' . m ...
wcro irigntcenca, Dn.t Jcrr auowca no
emotion to escape rijm. '
' Rain" interfered with his" outdoor
work this morning". There wit no
boxing in tho afternoon, as Jeffries
wns in no mood for it. He went
through tho gymnasium apparatus
work, and wrestling. '
Farmer Burns defeated Baron Carl
tlonkel, a flerman army officer, in a
Sam Bcrgor nrrived 'today and com
pleted nrrnngemcnts for outfitting tho
Mrs. Jeffries is slightly 111 nnd
will leave tomorrow for Oakland.
By AMoctAtail Pro.
PITTSBUHO, Pa., April 11. Tho
registers of the Hotel Imperial, New
York, whero tho largest sum was paid
councilmen, ia in possession of Prose
cutor lllakclev. It is expected they
will reveal tho signature of a man,
yet unnamed, who paid Councilman
Frank H. Hoffstot, alleged leader
of the pool in legislation In favor of
six banks, will fight extradition from
Several bankers wore beforo the
grand jury today, but thero were no
By Associated PrM.
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo., April
11 Open threats of bloodshed made
by cattleman and homesteaders of
Big Peak county, in the result of the
preparations by Utah sheepmen to
send their flock into the grazing
The uospllng brothers, big sheep
men of Utah, have received letters
threatening death if they carry out
their intention of sending their
flocks out on tho Colorado range.
SAVANNAH. Go., April ll.-Tho
reorganized South Atlantic League
starts the pennon of 1010 today, with
Columbia playing at Augusta, Colum-
Du.i at Macon, and Jacksonville at
Havnnnsh. Tho league this year com
prises six clubs, Knoxvlllo and Chat
tanooga having been dropped from
tho circuit. Tho schedule of the sea
son provides for 120 games with
August in as the closing date.
ALIVE AFTER FIRE
Miners in Ill-Fated Cherry Mine Made
Game Battle for Life
B)T Associated Pi
CIIKRHY, III., April 11.-" All
alive, 2 p. m., November 14," was
a message from the St. Paul mine,
secured with tho recovery of thirty
Tho men on the 300 foot level re
treated into a twenty foot spaeo and
constructed a crude fan of boards to
keep tho air in circulation.
The message wns ehslked on the
fan, indicating the men lived a day
after the fire,
Kvidently they had takes turns at
the crank on the fan. One had fallen
over tho handle, as If be bad died
while struggling to maintain the air
irasssa mrrvfrr-' -ttt - - r .fmmiikm
Empire Executive Deter
mined to Learn,
New York Citizens Arouses!
Over Scandal That Has
By AMOofaited Praaa.
NKW YORK, April H.-GoveTaee-
Hughes, in n special message to tke
)egiraturc, tonight, rccommonded a
probo of tho legislative practice aa4
procedure, as tho result of tho Allae-
Jonger bribery inquiry. He saya tke
Hotchkis report has caused honeai
citizens to tinglo with shnmo and ia
Tho mcisngo- Is accompanied by tka
report of Superintendent HotehktM
of the Now York fire insurance in
vestigation, setting forth difficulties
encountered nnd following varieaa
Ifotchklss says the legislative ex
penditures of the New York compan
ies was conspicuous during 1MI,
190.1. 1905 and 190fl. Tho money was
disbursed ns traveling expenses far
individuals and delegations and a
host of retainers, as well ss contri
butions to political committees, mmi
gifts' to, mon of political promlnenea,
combined with fho entertainment af
JwoIaiSleii is: . br a" lavish manner.
Tho aggregate oxnedlture of this
character exceeds $1CO,000,
iiotcbklss says the system or bin
killing existed for a decade to taa
reproach of tho proplo of tho state.
The message wns referred to the
finnnco commltteo nnd sont to the
sennto and tho ways nnd means com
mittee of tho assembly.
ANSONIA, Conn., April 11 To
body of Frederick Smith, mlseiag
since December, was found in tae
bottom of an 100 foot smokestack.
The police believe he climbed a
to the top of the stack and jump
down, with suicidal Intent.
Arizona In the north, rain
slow, and colder. Wednesday
The habit of miners la keepta
tholr savings on tbelr person was
shown, as one miner had $1,400, while
two others had $100 and $173 eack
TOWNS OO DBY.
LOS ANOKLKS, Cal., April 11. -Lomjwc
and Colton voted dry today.
The Santa Maria good government
ticket was defeated.
BABO AOAIN BALLIBS.
OXNARD, Cal., April ll.-Scaater
Bard suffered another relapee, hmt
rallied toward midnight. PbysletaM
say his heart may give out at aar
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