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PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA.
fRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
FORTY-NINTH YEAR.
Journal-
ENTHUSIASM
OPENING
OF
Democrats So Jubilant That Speaker
Clark Breaks Two Gavels Hold
ing Them in Check.
Ily AMOclntctl Prcni.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2. The
Senate and House settled down to
work at Iii'kIi pressure for the session
that will end the Sixty-Second Con
gress. Speaker Clark succeded in
breaking two gavels before he
brought the enthusiastic members
through an hour and ten minutes of
business. Roth houses completed
their preliminary organizations,
though the Senate was depressed by
the xecent death of Vive President
Sherman and Senators Hcyburn and
"Rayncr, in a session of '22 minutes,
lioth houses adjourned soon after
organization preliminaries in respect
to those who died since August.
Fought McGinty Instead
Of Duggan, it Is
Claimed ..
Uy Associated Trout.
JOHNSTOWN, (Pa.), Dec. 2.
Information charging conspiracy and
fraud were made tonight against
Johnny Kilbanc, champion feather
weight boxer, his manager and two
others. It is alleged that in a re
cent boxing match Kilbanc fought
a boxer named McGinty when it was
believed he was fighting Tommy
Duggan of San Francisco.
CLUB MAN SUICIDES.
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 2. Bruce
M. Priddy, secretary of the real es
tate board of Kansas City and a
wealthy and prominent club man,
committed suicide early today by
drinking poison. No cause for the
suicide is known to his relatives.
FLYNN MARRIES ACTRESS.
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 2. Jim
Flynn, the Pueblo pugilist, announc
ed today his marriage on October 12,
in Hobokcn, N, J., to Miss Fannie
Vcddcr, an actress. Mrs. Flynn will
be here for the holidays.
GERMANY IS
FRIEND
KILBANE ACCUSED CHINESE DENIED
OF CONSPIRACY NEW TRIAL BY
AND
FRAUD
Attitude Will Likely Have Much
Weight in Considering the Balkan
Peace Question.
Ily Amoclnted I'renn.
HERLIN, Dec. 2 Germany stands
firmly with Austria in the conflict
that may arise in. that country with
Servia 'or any other conflict that
may be forced on the dual monarchy.
The speech in the Reichstag of
Imperial Chancellor Dr. Van Dethan
Hollwcg made this declaration plain,
which is taken to mean a warning to
Russia. Alt the party leaders, ex
cept the Socialists, expressed approv
al. LONDON, Dec. 2. The declara
tion of the German Chancellor of
the solidarity of the Triple Alliance,
wliich it is reported has just been
MARKS
CONGRESS
The President's message will come
to the houses tomorrow. The Sen
ate will meet at eleven o'clock, an
hour earlier than usual so the mes
sage will be received and read be
fore the impeachment trial of Judge
Archbold begins.
Speaker Clark was greeted with
boisterous enthusiasm and the same
reception was givc.ii Cannon. Four
Governors-elect, Sulzcr, of New
York, Cox of Ohio, Koblnson of
Arkansas and Hanna of North Da
kota were also vigorously cheered
during roll call. Sixty-six Senators
were present of a total membership
of 93 and 275 Representatives out
of 391. There arc three vacancies
in each branch.
T
The motion for a new trial in the
case of the State vs. Young Chung
was denied yesterday by Superior
Judge F. O. Smith, and the convict
ed Chinaman will receive .sentence
today for tlic'crtfnc of 'robbing and
assaulting a countryman, upon
which charge he was found guilty
in a jury trial about two weeks
ago.
In denying the application made
to reopen the case, Judge Smith
held that it appeared, after a careful
investigation of all the grounds al
leged for a new trial, that the de
fendant had received a fair and im
partial trial, and that no legal
claims appeared for disregarding the
verdict of the jury. Attorney Tal
bot for Chung immediately after
the motion for n new trial was
denied, filed notice of an appeal,
and will take the case to the Su
preme Court. Reese M. Ling was
yesterday retained by the defense
and will aid in the fight in behalf
of the convicted man before the
higher tribunal. '
COPPER
NEW YORK, Dec. 2. Lake
firm, 17 1-lOc to 17 9-10c.
Electrolytic $17.65 to $17.75.
Castings $17,00 to $17.25.
FIRM
OF AUSTRIA
renewed for another term of years,
and his announcement of Germany's
determination to uphold Turkey in
an economic sense, is likely to in
fluence the delegates of all the coun
tries concerned, to discuss peace
conditions in the spirit of modera
tion already shown in the armistice
negotiations. According to the
Greek Minister at Paris, Greece op
poses the proposal that the besieged
garrisons bo provisioned during the
armistice. No doubt jealousy ex
ists between Greece and Bulgaria. It
is expected the armistice will be
signed sometime tomorrow but this
may be further deleyad,
COUR
UN
LISTENS
TO TIFF.
TALK
President - Elect Guest
Of the Bermuda
Parliament
ny Aiuoclnted Press.
HAMILTON, Dec. 2. Woodrow
Wilson heard the first tariff discus
sion since bis election when be vis
ited the ticrmuda parliament where
he was loudly cheered. He sat
among ,thc members for three hours
Ifstcning to 'the debate on vegetable
schedules. He was extended a wel
come by the Speaker and responded
briefly commending the parliament
for its manner of transacting busi
ness.
VERDICT STANDS.
Uy Annocmtcl PrcdB.
ROME, Dec. 2. The Court of
Cassation refused to alter the ver
dict in the Camorra trial.
INDIANS
FIVE VILLAGES
0 Anoclatcl I'rcaii.
MEXICO, Dec. 2.Fivc villages
have been destroyed by Indians in
the State of Oaxaca. Instead of re
tiring its troops the State Govern
ment will probably strengthen its
OF VERY MANY
TRADES
According to History
In Congressional
Directory
riy ABfioclntcd l'rcna. (
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2. Lumb
crjack, cowboy, clerk, cashier of
store, reporter, hod-carrier and law
yer, is the description of his life's
work given by Senator Ashurst of
Arizona in the new Congressional
directory.
PORT WORTH, Dec. 2 The fate
of John Real Snccd. the banker, ac
cused of murdering A. G. Boyce,
rests tonight with the jury. At nine
o'clock the jury was locked up for
the night.
ASH
MAN
FATE OF SNEED RUSSIA IS READY
IN HANDS OF WHEN WAR IS
THE JURY DECLARED
ANOTHER TRUST
IS UNDER FIRE
By Associated Press.
ST, LOUIS, Dec. 2.That as an
agent of the International Harvester
Company he spent about $500 in
1903 to kill a bill pending in the South
Dakota legislature which authoriz
SUPREME COURT BREAKS
GREAT HUMAN MERGER
Says While Law May Not be Able to Enforce
Competition Can Reach Combinations Which
Render Competition Impracticable. 1
Fir AanoellttfMl VnH.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2. The
great Harriman merger created
when the Union Pacific bought 46
per cent of the stock of the South
ern Pacific, was split by the Supreme
Court as a violation of the anti
trust law. Then with the end of
the merger before it, the court sent
forth the portontous declaration that
"while the law may not be able to
enforce competition, it can reach
combinations which render compe
tition impracticable."
The Northchrn Securities plan fail
SACK
forces because of the depredations.
The town of Ccixtlauaca, sixty miles
northwest of Oaxaca, was sacked
and the officials killed. Most of the
villages destroyed were near the
Vera Cruz boundary.
IS
IN THE FIELD
Y
Reported Moving in The
Direction City Of
Chihuahua
II y Asnoclntcd Frcna.
EL PASO, Dec. 2. General Oroz
co with 400 men, all newly equipped
and with arnple' ammunition and
plenty of funds, is" reported moving
in the direction of the city of Chi
huahua. The presence of Orozco is
verified by the Mexican secret ser
vice. VIENNA, Dec. 2.Russia, it Is
reported, has concentrated half a
million troops behind the girdle of
the Polish fortresses. A hundred
Russian spies, it is reported, were
arrested at Galacia.
ed the manufacture of binding twin
in the state penitentiary, was testi
fied to by M. II. Lamb at the open
ing session at St. Louis in the
hearing of the government's suit to
dissolve the company.
n
AGAIN
WITH
ARrv
ed nearly ten years ago, so the Har
riman plan' feU today, the Court
holding hafU
roads com
competitors, and
that St was just as much violation
for one to buy the controlling stock
of the other is was for the holding
company as in the Securities case to
buy the controlling stock of the
two compctlting companies. The
Circuit Court of the district of Utah
was directed to supervise the separ
ation of the two roads, after hear
ings, and in an emergency to ap
point a receiver to sell the stock.
Union Pacific if the court sees prop
er, may retain control of the old
TELLS HIS SIDE
OF CASE TO
TAFT
Senator Smith Wants
Patents for Mineral
Claims.
Uy AMoclutnl PrcBR.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2. The
President today granted a hearing at
the White House at Hoyal A. Smith
of Arizona, to whom the Interior
Department recently refused pat
cnts for mineral lands. According
to Secretary Fisher the case hinged
on the interpretation of department
regulations.
CURED OF BLINDNESS.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Dec. 2. A
bit of tinfoil flipped from a rubber
hand by a grandson of Rev. G. G.
Rupert, who was blind, struck the
minister in the eye and is respon
sible for hot cloths applied to re
lieve the pain. After the tinfoil hit
the eye and it was noticed that his
sight was being restored, the treat
ment was kept up until the preach
er could see.
LEAD.
NEW YORK, Dec. 2. Lead
$4.40 to $4.50.
Vigorous Denial
Made By Ryan
Claims He Knew Nothing of the Ex
penditures Made by the McNa
maras For Dynamiting.
Ily Antedated Vrrt.
INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 2. Those
who confessed to alone being guilty
of the government's charges, ac
cording to the defense in the dyna
mite trial, during the examination
of President Ryan, of the Iron
Workers Union, were the first de
fendants to take the stand. After the
testimony of the forty-ninth witness,
the Government closed its case and
of its own motion the four defen
dants were dimlned on the ground
the charge) were not sustained.
Before taking the stand Hyan an
nounced the resignation of Secre
tary Hockin. K. E. McClory, of
Central Pacific, from Ogden to Saa
Francisco. .'
Effect on Wall Strt
NEW YORK, Dec 2,-OfficiaIs of
the Harriman system manifested no
surprise when informed of the -Supreme
Court decision but declined to
comment upon its scone or genera!
significance. Wall street received the
decision early this afternoon. Union
Pacific fell two and a half point
and Southern Pacific two points. Al
most at the same time U. P. pre
ferred shot up nearly six points and
Southern Pacific bonds rushed up
six and a half points.
TENNIS CHAMPS
PLAY LOVE
E
May Sutton and Thomas
Bundy to Marry
This Month
Uy AnoclnlC(l l'rcns.
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 2. May
Sutton, former woman tennis cham
pion of the world, and Thomas C
Htiiuly, national doubles champion
will be married here on December
11th, according to the announcement
made today.
Ilundy is a prominent realty dealer
of Los Angeles, who with Maurice
McLaughlin won the United States
championship this year. Miss Sut
ton has never been beaten In cham
pionship play, but lost the world
title by default, not caring to make
the trip to England to defend it
BANDITS ROB DEPOT.
SALT LAKE CITY, Dec. 2 Two
masked highwaymen, armed with re
volvers, entered the Harnbeer route
depot and compelled the ticket agent
to open the safe and robbed it of
$300. The robbers bid their victim
good-night and escaped.
Cleveland, succeeds Hockin whose
resignation, according to Ryan, was
voluntary. Ryan testified neither
he nor the executive board members
knew anything of the expending
of money by the McNamaras for dy
namiting, and denied knowing Mc
Manlgal intimately or that he ever
knew or employed the dynamiter.
He denied he ever urged violence by
the unions on strike, which was call
ed seven years ago, and which is
still on.
SILVER.
NEW YORK, Dec.
63. Mexican dollars 49,
-Silver
GAM
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1- ft
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