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TUB COCONINO SUN.
THE FLAGSTAFF BUILDING..
Needed More as Reform School Thin i an
'The recent finishing of the dining
room at the insuno asjlurn increases the
capacity of that institution HUfllcient to
accommodate sixty more iatlentn. This
will prolwbly lw sufficient for the needs
of the Territory for several jears to
Dr. Hamblln, the superintendent,
stated Wednesday that hu wan not
aware that the building at Flagstaff,
originally built for reform school pur
xMes, wan to bo finished up for an in
Hiine as lum.
'Division of the number of pat ients,"
he wild, "would havq the effect of
nearly doubling the cost of maintaining
them. Doth institutions would beeom
(Hilled to have medical stalls, where one
now does the work. The same rule
would apply through all the various
grades of officers.'
It Is well known that the Territory
needs u reform school, and although no
one will say what the tlnal disitosltion
of the Flagstaff. building will lie, local
peaeo officials generally express the
hope that it will bo devoted toils origi
nal purMMC. I'liomix Gazette.
Train Robbers Acquitted.
The jury in the case of the United
States against William Warderman,
Henry Marshall, John Viuadge, Walter
Hoffman, 1 .conned Al verson and Thomas
Capehart, charged with attempting to
rob the United States mail train at
Stein's puss on the night of December
). returned a verdict of not guilty after
being out only u little over half an
hour. The accused were at once rear
rested on a charge of holding up the
train and attempting to rob the ex
Ladies calling curds, in the correct
styles, printed in the latest copiwr-plntc
script at this office. '.
Metro Rapist Returned ta California.
Officer Frank T. Johnson, of Sacra
mento, Cal., arrived hero last Saturday
morning and departed Monday morn
ing, taking with him James Shuck, the
negro who is accused of raping a 14-year-old
girl of Sacramento. Shuck
was captured in Williams about two
weeks ago and brought here until neces
sary arrangements eould be made to
send him back to California. Deputy
Sheriff Huggeln had his description a
couple of weeks lwfore ho landed his
man, and then it was only by the mer
est chance that he located him. The
description that was sent was far from
Ierfoet something on the orderof "All
Niggers Look Alike To Me" but part
of it descriled a b.ild sjwt about the
size of a quarter on the negro's head,
caused by a scar, Huggeln had about
come to the conclusion that the man
was not in Williams, when he dropped
Into the Grand Cam on hotel. The
negro porter was at work; something
Hcemed to worry him, for he took off
his hut and commenced scratching his
head. Immediately the deputy espied
the peculiar bald sxt and placed the
mini under arrest. He proved to lie
the right party, and is by this time
s.tfe behindLthe bars in Sacramento.
Notke of Apportionment.
Office of Co. School Suit. I
Flagstaff, Ari., March 12, 1898. f
I have this day received notice that
there is in the county school fund, sub
ject to upxrt!oument, the sum of $700,
irhich I have apportioned to the several
districts as follows :
Flairstafl District, No. I.
Williams District. No. i.
Tuba District, No. .. ....
Fmlonia DMrk-t, No. fl...
Total ..,..- I7WJ00
N. G. Layton,
County School Superintendent.
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