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Weekly Journal-Miner
PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA.
PRESCOIT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY HORNING, DECEMBER If, 1912.
FORTY-NINTH YEAR.
Ingenuous If
Not Ingenious
Anntker Defendant ' in Dvnamite TVinl
Makes Explanation Concerning
Letters He Wrote.
Ainoclntrd Prcst.
tviilANAPOLIS. Dec. 9. Be-
cause he voted for McNamara's re
action as secretary five months af
,hc letter was arrested for dy
namiting Edwrfrd E. Phillips of
Syracuse, one of the defendants in
tht dynamite trial, was subjected to
a severe cross-examination. Phillips
told of many letters he wrote to
McN'ainara while secretary ot the
Syracuse union, but denied they per
tained to the proposed explosions.
Tht iharRcs against mm are based
tn lc'tcrs which referred to the job
at Hrcwcrton, N. Y., as follows: "It
is a fine place to makc-an everlasting
piece of work and set them think
ing. It can be done very easy and
I am going to look for something
doing when the right time comes."
He said he was trying to induce Mc
Naniara to employ two or three
men to ascertain whether the eight
hour law was being violated.
In another letter he wrote: "Some
brothers arc getting restless and arc
anxious to see something happen."
In reply McNamara admonished
Phillips he was speaking a "little too
plainly" as "no one knows who
reads my letters."
Refuse to Buy
Jefferson Home
nr Amoelntcd I'rrss.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9 A move
ment to have the Government ac
quire Monticcllo. the home of Jcffer
mi, received a setback, the House
by a vote of 101 to 41 refusing to
adopt the special rule providing con
deration by the Senate of the re
solution authorizing the appointment
of a committee to deal with the
present owner, Representative Jeffer
son Levy of New York. Representa
tives Henry of Texas and James of
Kentucky led a fight for the rules.
Saunders of Virginia and others de
nounced the government, declaring
an attempt was being made to take
Levy's property after his announce
ment it was not for sale at any
price.
ENGINEER SAYS CLEARING 11
DUMP
IS
VALUABLE
Claims Erie Could Have
Obtained $35,000
For It
IN THE ROLE
OF
FLOi OF aYNN EDDIE CASE ISSANTA FE TRAIN IS
lilt! UHANbtd
THEJDDS
Fireman Now Favorite
In the Betting
On Fight
By Ansoctntcfl I'rcM.
LOS ANGELES. Dec. 9. A, flood
of Flynn money was unloosed to
day as a result sending the betting
quotations on tomorrow's Flynn-Mc-
Carty fight down to ten to eight
with, the fireman favorite. A few
days ago McCarty occupied a similar
position in the betting. No fight
here in recent years has been pre
ceded by such heavy wagering.
out U MUK
TROUBL
E
ROBBED BY BANDITS
Former Officials Of Los T . "r'.l
lo, Bakersneid and latt Is
Angeles Are
Indicted
Loot Secured
wr ,u.Bociaica i ttm. tf A,luciJ..fi Pr,.
J.Ub ANOfcUiiU, ucc. !. uco. nAKERSFIELD. Dec. 9. An ex
nakcr Anderson, former Secretary Drcss car on tllc c..,.scl Western
ot tnc Mayor, ana i-rea m. Mc-ibranch of thc Santa Ec was held up
noaic, lormcr ucpmy wiy rrose- a,i rob,.C(i tonicht between Marl
.
cutor, were arrestcu tonignt on in- co an(j Taft T)lc bamllts secured
dictmcnts returned by thc grand jury $20,000 in gold consigned to the First
today, charging them with procuring National Dank of Bakcrsficld and thc
thc false imprisonment of I-rcd Lloyd p;rst National Hank of Taft. Rail
a witness in tnc miuic case, uoiu roa(1 mcn wcr0 forcC(, to brcak ;nto
were rclcaSCU on DOmiS. ,lii nvnu r.ir riflrr if nrriv.il nt
Taft. Thcv foiltid Exnrcss Mcsscn-
XTC KTs A VZllsiA Igcr II. W. Hamby iii a corner under
iuet i.ft; IIIZA,
a pile of mail sacks just regaining
consciousness from a blow on the
head. According to Hamby two mtn
entered thc car as thc train was leav
ing Maricopa. He said thc money
had not been put in thc safe. He
could give no descriptions of the
mcn nor even tell if they were mask
ed. Posses arc searching thc vicin
ity of Maricopa and Taft for thc rob
bers. Officers of thc First National
Hank of Unkcrsficld confirmed the
shipment.
In Alaskan, Snowshde Visjt Brings Up
Close Question
By AfMOclated-I'rcBs.
CORDOVA, (Alaska), Dec. 9.
Nine mcn, it is believed, were killed
today when a snowslidc on Copper
Mountain carried away seven build
ings of the Great Northern Develop
ment Company. Eleven were buried
under thc avalanche and only two
were removed alive. Thc known
dead arc: John Barlo, James Mc-
Gavock, Frank Wahls, two unidcnti
fict1' JV'McCarthy1an,,1 a apa"' BAMOCtatedn
i,lh rncriiril till Innilff I
,r'.niv S,l,,rP,t Tho TW lrtr, Wftaiiiwuiuw, "cc. v. uapiam
. I Rostron. rescuer -of .seven hundred
iiwtrn trivnn I ' T -
...wn..... . , , , ... . i ...
survivors oi mc manic visucu uoin
houses of Congress with Senator
Smith of Michigan today. During his
visit in thc Senate thc tpicstion arose
whether a British citizen honored
with thc thanks of Congress and a
BRITAIN AGAINST
TOLLS EXEMPTION
congressional medal had thc right to
go on thc floor of thc Senate. The
question gave thc officials of the
Senate spine busy moments. The
vote of Congress gave Captain Ros
tron thc privilege of the House
floor and Senator Smith insisted to
night it entitled him to a like privi-
liege in the Senate.
BANK
Claims ravor known American Dhippmg
Is Violation of the Hay-Paunce-
fote Treaty.
NAME CHAIRMAN SUPPLY BILL IS
E- Associated I'rcM.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9. John If
Rittnchotise, an expert mining engi
neer, who surveyed the Katydid coal
link, testified in thc impeachment
trial of Judge Archbald that thc
Erie railroad could have obtained
$35,000 for coal out of thc refuse In
stead of the $4,500 for which it was
agreed to give an option to E. J.
Williams an associate of Judge
Archbald.
Uy AHsoclnled Tress.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9. The
clearing house under thc domination
of banking institutions formed the
lasis of thc first day of thc money
trust" investigation resumed today.
Samuel Untcrniycr, counsel of com
mittee, in conducting the examina-
ion, endeavored to show the general
movement aiuunK v.n."r.
cs to impose on banks a rule enforc-
ii f? collection of commission on oui
of town checks collected by banks.
HLACKHAND WORK.
CHICAGO, Dec. 9. A dynamite
tomb exploded this morning in front
nf V!l..i r i i. . .1..t
KiLiiuiiiK iwnruocnc s nicni inuim.i
m thc west side in the Italian quar
The building was wrecked and
lie windows nearby were sliatttcrcd.
tardocne recently received black
nd letters.
COPPEK
NEW YORK, Dec. 9,Lakc
lu'et, I6c to 17c.
Electrolytic $17.65 to $17.75.
Casting $17.00 to $17.25.
Ily Associated Tress.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9. Uritain's
formal note of protest against thc ex-
mption of American shipping from
'auama Canal payment of tolls, a
ocumcnt written by Earl Grey, Bnt-
sh Minister of Foreign Affairs was
presented tonight to Secretary Knox
T
ROOPER
ADMITS
MURDER
OF
Ready to Fight
At Any Minute
. . . . . ..
Uy Associate) Tress. , mulation ot Austrian troops on tue
LONDON, (Tuesday), Dec. 10. It Servian frontier and thc attitude of
is reported in Paris today that thc thc Viennese newspapers nave iccto
entire Austrian fleet is concentrated : renewed excitement in Scrvia. The
at Pola, the chief naval station of newspapers say "if Austria desires
WOMAN
vnr.ALKS. Dec. 9. Andrew Yes
i.:.f n irnnner of the Fourth Cavalry
,.inJ,il iniiltv to second degree mur
dcr for killing Francisca Grijalva, a
nt-: woman. October 30th. He
will be sentenced Wednesday. The
minimum is ten years.
LEAD.
rtrMir vniik'. Dec. 9. Lead
$4.40 to $4.50. .
PROGRESSIVES ARE
IN PARTY C0UNQL
Associated Presi.
ucc. v. wiinoiH
'"fHcklnff or dickering with thc old
fifties our fight Is to have our plat-
'"fn; principles embodied In the laws
cf Illinois" was thc aoDcal Roosevelt
mi(It to the ncwlyclccted members
' the legislature in his first speech
10 tt I'rogressive Conference, which
. .. i i uill rontinuc ovc
opciicu ion.i -
iir-.i..jln.,
; lcm ihe Republican
..f "Mich a character
organism"" . , , itl
hnnest man can be in it.
tomu opci-ur of the conference is
. inr tnmorrow. IHC ,ar
SCIICOUli:" w.
est single .Iciest on cam om N w
York on a peciai w-n.
vclt.
TO BE TOLD
DAY
by Ambassador Ilrycc, who read the.
note word for word to thc secretary.
t. ! t . t . : f . 1. ..!.... t
il is an ciaiiurauun ui u.c jiumia .... A..OPinfp,i irM.
WlljtLUKII 111 llli. nun. ,..bv....v... ... WAC.ltlMr.TnV llw 0Aflrr
July. Thc chief objection is it is a '
violation of thc Hay-Paunccfortc two days' conference with Dcmo-
trcaty cither to remit or refund tolls cratic leaders, Chairman McCombs
to American shipping. left for New York announcing he
would make public tomorrow thc
name of the chairman of thc inaugu
ration committee. It is understood
the cabinet situation was also dis
cussed by McCombs with thc Demo
cratic leaders of both houses.
PASSED BY
IE
HOU
No Money to Maintain
Commerce Court
Is Given
Austria-Hungary
VIENNA, Dec. 9 General Aullcn-
bcrg, Minister of War, resigned to
day. General Schcau, Chief of thc
General Staff, who recently paid a
significicnt visit to Berlin and con
ferred with Count von Moltkc, also
resigned.
It i9 reported Scrvia will demand
.. , mi., t m .... m ill A
in tnc coming icatc kuiim vnww ...w
whole of Northern Albania. A dis
patch says all Servians subject to
war draft have been summoned to
join the colors within twenty-four
hours. Soldiers returning to acrvia
from the Balkan campaign arc allow
ed only a short furlough, and thc
officers none.
war with Scrvia it surely will come,
It will be the most bitter fight in
history. Every Servian man and wo
man, young and old, will take part
in it, and Austria will have to ex
terminate Scrvia before conquering
it." Many Servians visiting thc Aus
tria-IIungariau frontier towns on
business have been arrested on a
COMMITTEE WILL
PASS ON SALARY
DEMAND
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Dqc, 9 'flic claim
charge of spying. Thc Servian gov- of Kogcr Brcsnahan against the St
eminent will vigorously protest. Louis Nationals for alleged breach
of contract will be settled in St
BIG DIAMOND HAUL, Louis bv thc arbitration committee.
CHICAGO, Dec. 9. One hundred , ... ......i,,. ,i.,.in
anil llliy-iwo m.imnu ... tr . ... . , . ,
value, and $16,000 cash were scctif- " "
-,i i.. i.nMnnt nti.irk nc TnsMiH gue. iircsnaiian claims lour years
Mcrcchnick of New York here last salary.
Ily Associated Tress.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9. Carry-
ngyappropriations aggregating nearly
$35,000,000, the legislative executue
and judicial bill passed the House.
A futile effort was made to In etude
an appropriation for thc maintain-
ancc of thc Commerce Court,
WINS ON POINTS.
r.y AKROClntPil l'reua.
LONDON, Dcr. 9. Johnny Som
mcrs won thc welterweight champ
ionship of Britain tonight from Sid
Burns on points.
LEAVfe FOR LONDON.
Ily Amoclntrd l'rrm,
CONSTANTINOPLE, Dec. 9.
The Peace delegation is completed
and will leave tomorrow for London
where thc conference begins on the
13th.'
WALPOLE APPOINTED.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9. Taft to
day nominated Nimrod Walpolc as
postmaster of Pueblo, Colorado.
BELGRADE, Dec. 9. The accu- night,
1 GUN EXPLODES
NO DAMAGE IS DONE
PLENTY DOING TO
. KEEP WILSON BUSY
H Arnoolatca l'rrss. i brought scores of invitations. He
HAMILTON, Dec, 9. Being Gov- will speak before the Southern So-
crnor of a State and preparing to be cicty of New York, December 17th,
President of thc nation Is sufficient at Staunton, Va., his birthplace on
NEW YORK, Dec. 9. A fourteen
incli 'gun, weighing fifty tons,' the
largest and 'newest type, costing
$1'30;000 exploded .it the Sandy Hook
proving grounds without even a
scratch to the men around. A two- to keep any man busy, remarked
ton breech block was blown a quarter President-elect Wilson when he an
of a mile and the muzzle further notinced today he. positively would
toward the railroad where it ripped make no more speaking engagements
uo a large section of track. before March 4th. Every mall has
his birthday December 28th., and at
Chicago on January 11th.
NEW YORK, Dec. 9. Silver
M',i. Mexican dollars 49.

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