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PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA.
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1912.
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NEW ORLEANS, April 22.
J Hundreds arc still marooned j
Pensions For Teachers
And Recall ForU S
i Journal-Miner News Dureau,
Room 5, Western Union Bid?.;
PHOENIX, Ariz., Aj.ril 22. Both
muses began clearing bills for sonic
i.tiid enactment of legislation it be
ing the present desire of the ma
'urity of the members to avoid an
xtr.i session. The progress made
tint week will tell the tale, but if
night as well as day sessions can
wind the session up in the remain
ing time they will be held. Tonight
the legislative ball is in progress, a
ort of a good time affair before the
beginning of the closing grind.
New Bills Offered,
in the house this morning, at the
request of the Anti-Saloon League, n
lill to repeal Ihc segregation law
n introduced by a Maricopa coun
ty member, and it is said if the bill
h not favorably acted upon, an, ef
fort to have, state-wide prohibition
ubinittcd to the people will be
urged. The segregation law has a
referendum clause. Barker, how to
thangc Gila county by putting
Christmas, Winklcman and Haydcn
into Pinal, and in urging its passage
t is understood Pinal county is
nady to promise the construction of
i concrete bridge across the river at
Winklcman which will connect thai
iiti ihc Oracle road to
Lengthy Code Bill.
In the senate the corporation com
mission code was inroduccd, a bulky
bill which lessens the chance of the
inc its work.
Wcsscll had a new bill to pension
school teachers with a 35-ycar An
vma tfirhinir record. The recall of
United States senators was recom
mended for passage by the judiciary
t,. n( the senate. Late this
afternoon the house killed the pro
nosed Sunday barber shop closing
bill by a vote of 26 to 13 on the
(ucstion to indefinitely postpone its
Last Day for Bills.
1MIOT7V1Y Anrll 22. The con-
urniM committee agreed to form a
measure amending the constitution to
provide for the recall of judges
which will be submitted to the pco
rlc at the next general election. It
will probably be passcu m -lays.
The senate committee on ju
diciary recommended the passage of
an advisory recall of United States
fenators and federal judges. This
was the last day for the introduc
tion of bills in the senate and many
Friendly" Help To
IF PASSING iff HAD HELPED
Both Sides Will Probably Ac
cept and Conflict Averted
To Profit of All
II)' Aiaoclnted Press.
on floating houses and raft. In lcIM,er of tu. ;,fricm oflkcs f
1 , 1 "?.r, n.VCV: representatives of the federal gov-
-r .... ,.vw,u.,K -r crnnicnt called to a temporary halt
T omciai rcpons rcccivcu ncrc. f
A motor boat is rescuing parties 4
J and scouring the inundated J
J country !
J . J .J. .J .J.
tly Associated Prei.
tonight the strike of railroad engin
eers in the territory cast of Chicago
and north of the Potomac. Fifty-
two per cent of the traffic of that
section is handled by fifty roads.
Mediation came immediately after
the refusals of the managers to con
cede the engineer's demands of 18
per cent wage increase when Chief
Engineer Stone announced that the
strike would go into clTcct in 36
Knowing the situation had reached
a critical stage, justice ftnapp and
Commissioner of Labor Neil, hur
ried here from Washington when
the break occurred. They addressed
a letter to both Stone and J. C.
Stewart, chairman of the engineer's
commission declaring that a grave
situation had arisen and a sense of
in "to tender their
4 The Senate
Judiciary sub- 4
$ committee, in a report today, 4
4 unanimously favored the tiomin- 4
4 atiou of Richard E. Sloan as 4
4 Arizdna district judge. The 4
4 sub-committee had investigated 4
4 the charges against him. 4
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MADE THAT LIGHT OF
STRANGER WAS PLAINLY SEEN
Picking up Dead by Mackay - Bennett
Steamer in Progress and Twenty-Seven
Have Been' Identified, Many Hor
ribly Mutilated by tbe Ice.
rty AiMQclntetl Press.
WASHINGTON, April 2-
C, April 22
If Rooscvqlt gains . the nomination duty impclled,,thc
Jic"wfll' conic south in an effort' "to friendly offices."
win it, he said today. They hope to find some means to
"I have the right to the support adjust the dispute. The Engineers'
o fevery heir of Jacksonian Demo- committee met and voted to accept
cracy," he said in a speech here. "I the proposal of mediation. Stuart
mil fighting for principles which the ordered a meeting of the committee
great bulk of the people of the south tomorrow to consider the proposal
believe and they are kept away from
me only by name. I shall fight so
they will vote the way they feel."
lo resume his testimony tomorrow.
With Twenlv.Jievfn IlncUr tfnnnrl.
NEW YORK, April 22 Silver succor only five miles away the Ti- hew YORK, April 22. A cable
59 Mexican dollars 48'S
ON WAY TO TEXAS
WASHINGTON, April 22-Gov
Hnrmnit todnv advised his
leayr Columbus tonight for
ing lour of Texas.
AFRAID OF OPERATION
IIOSTON. April 22. Dreading a
surgical operation, Miss Judith Rich,
Uy Aiaoclated Press.
April 22. The
. . 1 m C1 T I ... f f 11 r!wwtu.'i,i :ititiMrrit In
said to lie a uaugiucr n - mre j-
fiiv merchant, shot licrscit iai hang tor tnc murucr oi itcu rmmc
night, probably fatally. and Hillpot in the White Mountains
lias ticen transicrrcu io inc icutui
court of appeals of San Francisco.
LA FOLLETTE IS
tame slid to a watery grave carry- from ,jlc Mcamcr Mackay Dennett
ing more than 151)0 while an un- was St.t by wireless toniuht from
identified steamer might have aved Cape Race containing the list of the
all failed or refused to see tlic fran- names of 27 victims of the Titanic
tic signals of those aboard. I his whose bodies have been recovered
tragic feature of the disaster was and will be brought here for burial.
brought out before the Senate com- T,c jit contains none of the most
inittcc when the fourth officer, J I prominent men who perished unless
Moxhall, told of unsuccessful at- jt j,c that of "George W. Widen." as
tempts to attract the attention of the 9cnt jy the wireless, probably rc-
stranger which was so close tlicy fcrs to George D. Widncr. of Phlla-
I could sec her masthead lights and dclpliia.
flic captain at the tunc declared Finding Dead.
his belief, that the vessel had seen jjrW YORK, April 22 Wireless
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lly Associated rrrsa. uicm ami .-.ikiluicu ma it-mj "m word irom tnc caoic uoat macKay
ELKO. Ncv.. April 22. Three kept his course without extending Dennett .whose searching the Titanic
trainmen were instantly killed this any aid. This and the declaration I Kravo i,as resulted In sixty bodies
afternoon when a locomotive boiler n ' At a. rratiKiin, vice prcsiucm being recovered, is eagerly awaited
on the Western Pacific blew un at of tlir White tar line, mat mere today. It has been instructed to
West Wiiincmucca. James Casey, was not enough lifeboats aboard the forward immediately the identifica-
the eiiuinccr. Fred Reader, the fire- Titanic to care for the ships com-hions. The White Star officials say
man. and James Crosby, a brake- pany all at one time were features ,lc information came from the boat,
linn, arc the dead, and the cause Is of the hearing. which is under orders to remain in
unknown. This official was quizzed through- the vicinity of the wreck a wecK,
out the morning session concerning and was made public immediately on
the message exchanged between the its arrival. Some of the bodies rc;
Carnathia and himself. Among the covered have been mutilated hope-
many wireless messages read was a I lessly by the ice,
record of one from Ismay urging The steamer Rhcin reports Iy
that the Ccdric be held , until the wireless that wreckage and bodies
Carnathia arrived. He declared it were passed in A2. latitude, 49.13
was believed the. most desirable for longitude, and this indicates the gulf
the survivors of the Titanlc's crew stream is carrying the bodies and
to be rushed out of the country as wreckage east of the disaster spot
miicklv as possible. The survivors m the hospital have
lie also had a message, lie said, w recovered and may go none
n rv.trlr and asked that any ! The relief societies funiU
clothing be ready at the pier for are more than a quarter of a mil.
.', . ..!. .ii,-. i linn dollar. The committee is
liy AMoeUtfd fre... wi.cn ,..: ....
inunnM a,;i ?9 n T he Senate subpoena IHOckcu uic - '
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btanley of Uomlon won t i,c decision P " " :rZAn, ...l.tance have been received.
on points over Charles Idoux tnc piy wim wic rcqucBi, aim ..... .w..w -- uf.i.. .
champion of France fighting for the sailed several hours before the car- ' ...-.. .
llmlinll U exnected away nail mini,
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in twenty rounds tonight.
NEW YORK, April 22. - Lea J
$4.40 to $4,50.
MEDALS OF HONOR
WASHINGTON, April 22. A
bill to provide medals of honor for
Captain Rostron, of the Carpathia
and her officers ami crew of the same
was introduced in the house by
Francis of Ohio.
llv AMoclntrd rri.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 22.
llnvintr been advised by a specialist
that his voice will be in working
order within three days, La Follcltc
announced that he will begin in
Fresno, Thursday his campaign for
id. ,.r.lil.nti.il nomination He will
sneak in Los Angeles Friday night
NEW YORK, April 22. Lake
$l6.l2i to $16.25.
Electrolytic $16.00 to $16.JZtf.
Castings $15,62 to $15.874.
WORK RESUMED AT LOWELL
LOWELL, Mass., April 22 Fol
lowing four weeks of idleness that
resulted from the strike and lockout
that began March 25, all of the tex
tile mills in Lowell resumed opera
tions today Simultaneously the
new wage scale amounting to an
average increase of 10 per crnt went
into force More than 15,000 mill
workers are benefitted by the wage
Death in Indiana
ENGLAND PREPARED TO
MAKE DEEPER INQUIRY
Ur AwoclaUd TreM.
CHICAGO, April 22. The latest
figures regarding the tornado which
swept Illinois and Indiana Saturday
evening give the dea"A at 72 and
nearly 200 Injurtd, ' and al U 100
families destitute as a result t their
houses being demolished. The prop
erty loss will reach several hundred
thousand dollars. The greatest
damage was done at Hrush, Willis
ville. Murnhysboro, Campus, Free
man, Kanakee and Morocco, Indiana.
Stale officials arc arranging for the
relief of the destitute. It is esti
mated that 17 were killed at Marion,
fly AMOClatrrt rrc.
LONDON, April 22 In a debate
in the House of Commons on the
Titanic disaster, Will Crooks, a
labor member said, referring to the
action of the American senate:
"They didn't wait to find out
whom her law gave her the right to
subpoena and question people who
could throw light on the matter.
They immediately sent a commission
out to intercept even the owners of
together with others
witnesses We have heard
authority under the
lid it and
law to do so, but they
England has applauded
doing it," he said, replying to Preii
dent Muxlon, of Ihc Hoard of Trade,
who said it had been decided to ap
point a commission to make Inquiry
into the wreck with Lord Mersey,
ex-president of the Admiralty dlvl
lion of the high court as the chair
lifeboats were scut
led, but If Captain
Smith's orders had been obeyed more
would have, been saved, was dis
closed by Peter D. Daly, of Lima,
Peru, a first cabin passenger. He
heard the captain shout, "Hrlng those
boats back. They're only half full."
How many obeyed, Daly did not
John Thompson, a fireman, as
serts the Titanic "was out to beat
all records of maiden trips."
"From Qiucnstowii," he Is quoted
as saying, "we had talked of the or
ders to fire up as hravily as we po-
ny AMoclatiMl Vth. Mhiy rnuni; mat we nan m iiihkc a
WASHINGTON, April 22. Sam- quick passage, ran thr order from
uel Untrrmcycr, of New York, and the engineering department. W
E H Garr, of Chicago, the former, were carrying full pressure from
president of the American Dar auo- Qurriistown and weir never lower
riation, were named by the house than 74 revolution All sumiay wo
committer on bunking to conduct tan at 77 revolutions.
the investigation Into the "money The While Star line has received
txinl" (Continued on Page Five)
Indicted By Jury
lly AmoeUUd I'reM.
ROCK ISLAND, III. April 21 -
Indictments wtrc returned by Ihc
grand jury today agaliiM P- H Gard
ner, the Socialist editor, Harry Mc
Caskey, the Republican nominee for
state's attorney, ami Phillip Wells.
justice of the pty charged with
assault with injtnt to murder Tbe
three men ate In Id responsible fsr
the clash with the police when the
mob attacked the rlty lull In whifh
two were killed and nine wounded.
Gardner Is the brad of the move
ment to recall Mayor Schrtcrcf.
There are 26 Indictment still to be