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TUCSON, Jan. 13. Great interest is
felt at the University of Arizona, es
pecially in the executive offices, in
the proposed agricultural building, for
the erection of which the legislature
will be asked to make an, appropria
The agricultural classes and experi
mental station have been quartered
in the basement story of the old main
building, space both undignified and
inadequate. The agricultural work
of the university is enlarging so rap
Idly that -more space must be provided
at once. Heretofore there have been
no dairy laboratory, no agricultural
museum, no well-lighted lecture room,
no special accommodations for the im
portant work of the experiment sta
tion in plant breeding, chemical anal
ysis, and irrigation engineering.
II ARE FROZEN I
SOLOMONVILLE, Jan. 13 Day be-
fore' yesterday two Mexicans came in -
to town to do some shopping trom i
Bowie, and, upon their return hxme,.
decided to walk from Alga mto BowieJ
This being one oi tne coldest days m-
the history of this part of the country, !
and, becoming fatigued from the walk,
they sat down to rest, and when found
four hours later, one -was frozen to
death, but the other is expected to re
cover, although pretty badly frozen.
"While riding from Lordsburg into
Bowie, Tuesday, a man was found
frozen to dea(h on the blind bag
gage. MINING SUIT AGAIN
TUCSON. Jan. 13. The million-dol-!
lar Cunningham-Costello mining suit,
which was argued in Tombstone Sat
urday, has been taken under advise
ment by Judge Smith of Yavapai coun
ty in the superior court of Cochiso
county. Eugene S. Ives of Tucson
represents the Cunningham interets.
Motions for the re-opening of the
case were heard Fridajr. Arguments
on the law points left undecided by
the jury's decision in the trial last
were argued Saturday.
JAIL NOW HAS Bii
DOUGLAS, Jan. 13. The work ofjon a reserVation it wae comparatively
mstallmg-bunks in the cells of the city
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iail v,as begun yesterday by Contract-;
or J. P. O'Reilly, one cell being equip- j liad a jjvely argument with Represen
ped In this manner during the after- jat5ve Mann, of Illinois, on the floor of
noon and another partially so. It is I the houre iast Saturday.
anticipated that the entire jail will bej
furnished in thisi manner before Sat
urday night The bunks are being
built of heavy timbers, securely affix-;
ed to the walls and floors of the struc- j
ture. They are about eight inches j
above the floor. The jail is also be-j
ing equipped with bed clothing.
Will Haskins, an American, and a
Mexican, whose name is unknown, eng
gaged in a life-and-death strugglo at
one of the U. S.. i. o. camps yesterday
morning Haskins is in the hospital,
dangerously injured from x knife
wounds, and the Mexican is dead, hav- i
ing been shot in the figh't.
It happened at the breakfast table.
The Mexican started the trouble and
attacked Haskins with a long knife,
and but for the activity displayed by
the latter he would not now be alive
and in the hospital. Haskins was in!
full retreat and unarmed, and was
cornered by the Mexican who seemed
determined to operate on his (Has
kins) heart. Haskins had reached a
door and found itlocked. There seem
ed no escape from his furious assail-,
ant who had almost w6n the unequal '
struggle. There was just one chancel
Of all the courses of study in the
universit' the agricultural has : the
second largest v enrollment notwith
standing the more recent introduction
of the course.
P.'ans of the Building ; '.
In the plans for the new building
there is a proper balance "of rooms
to be used for research and for class
work. 'The laboratories will be ample
and will cover every main field of
agricultural study. There will, be
a good auditorium,, an agricultural
museum, and if the present plans are
followed, an inner court that will add
greatly' to the attractiveness of the
The plans of the floors are now
nearly completed and it remains only
to sketch the exterior in harmony with
the architecture of the newer build
ings on the campus.
PWORMIV r7. .Tan 13. O. N.
' weUi inspector of weights
and measures, has started on a tour
ArjZQranat is to'cover.
and 000 p
He will go first to Tempe and Mesa,
then to Clifton, Morenci and other
places in the eastern part of the state,
inspecting the weights and measures
used m stores of all kinds.
All cities over 5,000 in Arizona 'have
sealers, who look after the weights and
measures. The legislature did. not see
fit to give the state inspector jurisdic
tion in places under 1,000 because of
the expense. The butchers and bakers
are going to make an effort, to have
the law repealed at. the next regular
session of the legislature. It requires
that a stamp giving the exact weight
be pasted on each loaf of bread , and
that each purchaser of meat be given
a weight slip.
PHOENIX, Jan.- 1?,. Telegraphic
advices were received last evening by
Governor Hunt from Congressman
Carl Hayden to the effect that the bill
appropriating $'70,000, for" bridges
across the Gila and San Carlos rivers
has passed the house of representa
tives. No trouble in getting the meas
ure through the senate is expected.
Another week may see the president's
The two bridges are to be on the
j San Carlos Indian reservation arid six
miles apart. Because they are to he'
asv to pursuade the congressiren 'of
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th.-r nPfPsitv. hmish Mr. Hayden
One of the bridges is to' be over
the San Carlos river, in Giia county,
and the other over the. Gila river, in
Graiiam county. , " '
E. Beebe, of Los Angeles, is the new
; rhPt nt tip Homestead oyster house.
A short gun stood in tho opposite, cor
ner of the room p'ossibly it was load-
ed. Haskins still had strength left to j
strike at the Mexican, and the blow
he delivered staggered the Mexican
long enough for Knskir.s to reach 'th
gun. He found it loaded. The-furious
Mexican -rted for him again Hnv
kins took careful aim and fire; t'.'e
Mexican fell dead, shot 'through t-e
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STATE SEALER 1ME8
! VISITS OF HSPECTIOf
SI 0 1
NEW YORK, Jan. 10. The habeas , .. - -
corpus proceedings brought by Gen. i -Te Pollack, of Kansas, and United
Cirpriano Castro to compel the United , States District Judge. Van Valken
States to let him land, were suspended bufg, of the western district of Mis
today until Federal Judge Holt can de- souri, is asked in a, resolution present-
cide whether or not Castro can be re-1 rd in the house today by Representa-
leased from Ellis Island under , bond,tive-Borland of Missouri. .'
before his status as. ah immigrant ;i j Jt is alleged that they appointed
settled. ; - ,; - - ' ,
GUI LTY VERDICT
CULM -BANK, WHICH WAS AFTERWARD SOLD AT
IS ARRIVED. -
"HUGl, CCNVjCTlON ON. ONE CHARGE IS SUFFICIENT TO BRING ABOUT THE REMOVAL OF
JUOSEkP.CHBALD. .FROM THE BENCH ARCH BALD'S WIFE HEARS THE VERDICT FROM GALLERY.
PRAYER; PI LliS TH 'IN.N ER LIFE,
. FULL .. OF ,- BEAUTIFUL '
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'" ' QUALITIES' ?
(Special to the Yuma Daily Examines)
f GLOBE, " Jan. 13 Evengelist Ire
land, .preaching last night at the Meth
onist'clnirqh spoke iri part, as follows:
"Prayer is a beautifier better than
px?vder, paste or paint. It fills the
mner life so full of beautiful qualities
that they shine out of the countenance.
"God does not answer selfish ' pray
ers. A woman whose wild boy formed
the habit of coming in very late at
night, much to the annoyance of' his.
:nother whose rest' was broken, prayed
fhat her boy be changed, thinking more
of her comfort than of her son's refor
mation arid "redemption.
"Converts must, be made, mainly
through. prayer. I care not where peo
ple find their-church home, I am onlyi
concerned that they become converted.
"Give vourselves whollv to the work J lease "7 wnmu ne gainea uuji ana-
e ca. t ' " .Ithaf h smislit to obtain "credit from
of overwork in the "vlnevark of the'Persons, intar.ested in suits
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j public office. Senator ' Root moved
PRESCOTT, Jan. 13. Felix Lap- tfjat the doors be closed for delibera
ham, a miner who arrived in Prescott ' tion? and the court Went into executive
Tuesday afternoon from the Hassay-' session.
?nnra country; is mourning the loss of!
the hirsute adornment. of his upper lip,
which vas hit by the cold -wave as ho
as walking. along the trail. .On reach:
uig home, at Prescott, and after thaw
ing, the mustache commenced to fade
away and he is now parading around
without it. He also'.states his hands
and feet suffered, but , no. injury has
resulted,, ,,.,,... '
Another -mining man who arrived
from Copper Basin during the saie
day-had 'a similar experience as Lap-
rrow oi nair on uis ujiper u. iiibs-j
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avi thn. first, rasps pvsr kTinwn in fhi
section due to extreme cold weather.
ACCUSED OF WIFE MURDER !
COVINGTON, "Ind., Jan. 13 The
case of Gilbert Crumley, under indict-;
ment for the murder of his wife, Anna !
Crumley, was called for. trial .today
in fho TPfnir, .v.if nnnrf Wrs.
Crumlev was murdered in-her home in
Attica on the night of . October 3.
RESOLUTION ASKS THAT THE AP
. 'POiN T hi E N TS Of RECEIVERS
'.''.' ilBS!. LOOKED "jNTO . '
AmNTlN' a 6.,' Jan. 1'2. The
congressional investigation- into the
I conduct of United States' District
ihee receivers for the Kansas Natural
l.!5LUnUf5l!lJi? Ul U. U.
JiJOOES Ml Oi
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IS . RENDERED ON FIRST'OF' THIRTEEN ' CHARGES, NAM ELY,j-THAT" THE- JURIST
DIRECTORS OF THE - ERIE,, RAILROAD -TO GIVE HIM AN. OPTION ON
AT ON SECOND' CHARGE; ALL .
L WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 13. The
senate voted tor. tne impeachment oi
Judge Robert Archbaid on the Com
merce Court today by a vote, of G8 to
5. Sitting as a court. of impeachment,
the senators closed the long trial by
voting a verdict of guilty on. the first
of 13 charges against the jurist that
he wrongfully. influenced. the directors
of the Erie' Railroad Company to give
him , an option on the Katydid culm
bank, the sale of which was afterward
negotiated at a. large profit.
Although it was unnecessary to vote
on iue oilier cnacges m oruecjo re-1
move Archbaid from, the bench . the
senate, proceeded to. a, verdict on eatfli-.
.Qn the second charge,' an attempt to
obtain a fee for settling a case:between
a coal company and the' Lackawanna
railroad, he was held not guilty.
Judge Archbaid "was not present, -but
his wife occupied a -seat in-the, gallery.
Resolution Debars Jurist Forever from
Fublic Office -.
Judge Archbaid was found' guilty on
the third, fourth,' fifth and thirteentu
charges, which' were that he attempt
ed toj influence the Lehigh Vallpy;
Railroad Company to relinquish ;-.a
lease that he might .so'n; that hp.9'1
ained from the Louisville & Nashville
Railroad attorney private letterjs t -
sustain an opinion in .favor of ..$6. rail -
road; that he influenced ..officials of
a coal and iron consnanyNo qrcht a
! court. Ke was acquitted on the sjxfch, ; .
seyenth, eighth, ninthtenth, eleventh
a-hd twelfth charges', ' which, involved
i his acceptance of a European
and other allegations.
'Senator O'Gorman offered a resolu-
, tion that Archbaid be reiuoved from
I the bench and be forever ineligible to
j' TOPEKA, Kans Jan., f 1 3 George
H. .Hodses ( Democrat) was sworn in
as governor of Kansas today, sucpeed-
ing Waller R. Stnbbs (Republican).
. , - ' '
jq governor oi lvajisas in iu etiir, mim
. .. .
Ma inctoiintimi wns m.-idp t.ho ncdsion
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of enthusiasm for the thousands o:esis to uie utmosi.
Demqcrats who came from all parts
of the state to participate in the cere-
monies. - .
W. E. Severn of' Phoenix, statevet-
evinarian, was m Yuma yesterciay. nav-
inrr hppn'pnllted hem ori nrofesslonal
business. He left last liignl lor uie
Gas Company, who ..were friendly to
that company, ..and ..to the . United
States Gas and Improvement .Com
pany of Philadelphia," -"which 'Con
trolled it. - ' "-. ' .' v '.'?
FINISHED HIS JOB
C. T. Willis, who has been experting
th'e books of the various county of
ficials, at the courthouse, has finished
his job. His work has been very
thorough and he brought everything
down to date. His report, which he
filed in the office of the Board of
Supervisors, is very volufninous and
I contains a great mass of information
j for the people of Yuiiia county. The
report will be published in full by tne
! Board of Supervisors within a short
On the authnrity of Manager Seller,-The
Examiner can.'eay that "Bud"
Fisher's original production of "Mut
and Jeff." will be here on February 2
Tihjs. show closed a week's run at S!
A LARGE vPRQFIT; -A VERDICT OF
VOTED QN. BY MEMBERS OF SENATE,
Ottoman cabinet has decid
' ed to resign, according
to' DISPATCHES '
, LONDON, Jan. 13. The ' issue of
peace or war will rest with Constanti
nople after, the final drafting1 of a
note to the Ottoman government,
which will be settled at today's meet
ing of the ambassadors at the British
foreign office. ' - 4
PHOENIX, Jan. 13. By votipg. for
j himself, Presidential Elector Webb dc-
Seated M. Eugene Brady O'Neill and
'Won"for "hiniself a trip tb Wa!Shingto'i
. state's vote was in favor of Wilson
He leaves tonight.
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PHOENIX, Jan. 13. Governor Hurt
yesterday appointed Gus Becker of
Springerville, Apache county, as a del
egate to the National Good Roads As
sociation meeting in Washington; D.
C.,on March 6 and 7, next, whn the-
subject of federal aid for road building
will come before the convention. This
makes the fifth delegate appointed
from Arizona,- and, in all probability,
Mr. Beckrr -will' attend the convention.
There will also be in attendance at
thai convention from Arizona, Attor
ney General Bulfard of Phoenix, Col.
Dell M. Potter of Clifton, State En-
gineer Lamar Cobb and President P.
G- Norris of the Arizona Good Roads
The gentlemen are ml
tr, a5 othiT
siastic good roads men
anu will taice care or Aiizonas inter-
SOGI.ALIST LECTURE COURSE
The Socialists of Yuma have ar
ranged again 'for the Socialist Lyceum
course of lectures
The course will -
consist ot five lectures, wnicn win uej
'aivph on the following dates: March.
g,' 15, 22, 29,. and April o
Qpt npw Magazines at Phorpv'p.
mm i m
WASHINGTON, Jan. 10. The mon
ey trust committee, of the house' today
ordered Chairman Pujo to send a phy-j
sician to meet William Rockefeller,!
who is returning from the Bahamas, I
as soon as he reaches Miami, to eng
deavor to ascertain whether or not
the magnate Is physicially able to
testify. ' !
Our readers will be glad to know
that Br. C. jl. Scofield, of New York,
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WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan. 13 Gil-
fihrist. HtpTr-Jirf n nfifrn Inw' nla-rir nn.
peared be'fore the Clapp committee
and tQld the committee that while in
! "T?" lettuuy, at, da employee .oi
senator ioraKer, to investigate wheth
were forgeries, he was "kidnapped byj. Stewart " relates, circumstantially,'
gangsters." taken to the office of the his efforts- to'-escapV the gangsters
Chicago Examiner, and there robbed who, he -said, Crieff to make him be
of .a number of letters and papers, lieve the Examiner olf ice was a police
including 20 letters from Foraker statidn. '.' ' '; : .
, NEW YORK, Jan. 13. After .a jdes
aerate struggle during which he, ap
peared, possessed of superhuman
strength, .William E, Shine, a young
lawyer from Orlando, Fla., beat two
or.derlies and a nurse to unconscious-
ness at the . New York hospital,
jumped from the fifth story window
xnd was killed.
S OH TRIAL
, NEW YORK, Jan. 1,. Much inter
est - is manifested in the millinery
trade -in the outcome of the case of
Miss Helene McCullouch, a mijliner,
who wns arraigned in court today-to
stand trial on a charge of displaying
in her shop twenty airgrettes. The
"aso v"as brought as a test case of the
new law which makes it a misde
meanor to sell or possess' the plumage
of 'certain birds. . '
TOMBSTONE.- Jan. 13. Genera
Manager .A. H. Gardner states thf
rTuacmca' Water Company has rebuilt
;t.s telephone line from the poinr
where it intersects1 the Fort Huachuca
Hereford wagon road. It raised tn
Hne two feet and for the six miles o'
rebuilt line "the raise of two feet wil'
Tsake riding by cattlemen safe. The
company has put in iron poles at the
ratio of one iron pole to four redwootf
noles on the theory that the iron pole"
would act as ground wires and relieve
the-line of the surplus electricity dur
ing the electrical storms, of the sum
mer.. BERLIN, Jan. 13. It will cost $3".
to "turkey trot," "bunny hug" and
"grizzley bPar" in Chemnitz, according
to an ordinance passed by the town
Attorney Wupperman, who has been
ill with the grip for several days past.
fis out again.
editor of the "Scofield Bible" and the
celebrated Scofield Bible Correspond
ence Course, and a writer and teacher
of national reputation, will be in Los
Angeles Sunday, January 19, and will
remain, until the 2Sth. He will speak
every1 afternoon and' night, Saturday
excepted, at the Christian Worker's
Conference, which will be held under
the auspices' of the Bible Institute of
Los Angeles, in the First M. E.
Dr. R. A. Torrey, of international
fame, and other prominent speaker?:
iwill also take part. The mufic, under
the direction of Mr. L. F. Peckham.
will be an important feature. This
TROT.' 'HUG,' BEAR
will afford an unusual opportunity forjbetw?en Uje experimental farm and
ministers, teachers and Christian the omnge rove is thus explained.
wprKers to near some or tne greatest
living expositors of the Bible.
THE WHY OF THE WHICH
It is not clear to some people why
the frost did not kill Yuma oraage
and lemons, , while ice was the rule
every where The answer is that the
which he ha'd "ob'fained from'w'.
'Winlrf iaTrt i-
f Winkfieia and Charles Stump were
the -Standard'' Gil messengers in New
iors -wno -pnotographed the Archbold
- ales- and, it ls'said, sold them' to the
' PQUGLAJ5,a .. Jant . 13. Caught be-,
tween. a .steels gjr.djec and the frame
work, of the. mainbuilding of 'the C.
f & A smelter, upanwhich he. was .work-
ing," Hugh McKernan, ,an employee of
the Kansas City-:Structural Steel Co.,
is not expepted to. s.urviv. He is now-
.receiying treatment at. the county hos
The injuries he received were about
1 the abdomen.. and, hips, . though- it Is,
j stated no bones -were-broken. His in
ternal,' injuries are. giving his friends,
much anxiety, however. -
Details, as to the. man's former rela
tives, home, etc.; are not obtainable
at this time. .
WASHINGTON, Jan. 13. Helen P.
Gray, the Indian Service investigator,
who lias" been' the center of, more than
one storm, created a tjimujtaous scene
fn thd senate comrni'ttee' on,Indian At-"
rairs, wnen,. sne Cflarggd.th.at Indians
I have been murdered to .ge them out
t of the way; that Se'cretarv Fisher and
Senator" Dixon made, slate'ments de
liberately untrue'andthat'if she had
'he opportunity tppadjice. her- evi
dence she would' show that'Pishcr is
connecte'd with one of the most gigan
tic steals iri the United States today."
The committee 'demanded that the .
Toan produce fier proofs.
Ptporptnr-t TTisTiioT nnrl Ronntnr Dirnn
violently objected to her, making gen
rarcharges", butVeal'agreejI to pro
duce any evidence in tne secretary's '
TUCSON, JanTlSMrs Gray spent
last winter brithePima reservation,,1'
n and about sacaton, ana aiso spent
-ome "time 'at'asa GranSe, Tucson,.
Elbrence and "Phoenix ShVwas inter
viewed many 'timei. In' that . connec
tion she made many"lBt&rtIfns -statements
bureau of Indiarivaffaifs, a'nd the de- :
lartment of' the interior.
L. W. Alexander, secretary. of the
Commercial ' Cfub Yesterday;, received
i letter from H. T. Kudson", .of Benson;
Nebraska, asking,. for all kinds of in
7orTnot.ion about Yiriia.4-rH,has a col
ony of Swedes' his, felloy-rountrymen,
from Iowa and Nebraska, who yant to.
settle in this: sun-kissed. Ts5S: He will
be here with .a committee-ofhi'. peo-
pie on the 21st, to. seek a.4ocation
orange lands on the..era are .-.high
nnd tiry,' and warm airbemg'iligbter
than cold, naturally rises. The cold
air settles, along -tberiver arid in, the
valley, while the1 hot air ' rises nd
forms a blanket just abpve,fAsJ the
mesa is about one hundred feeb'above
the valley this- blanket of 'warm " air
virtually rests on the mesa and pro-'
Lects it from the. cold':. The" air. over
the land about Yuma acts about the-.
ame as thd- airin a room. ,The hot
air is next to 'the. ceiling and the cold
air next to the floor. The'-mesa-Is tlie
ceiling and the valley is theflobr, so
to. speak. The difference in tempera-,
tnro of t-oroTif-v Hpstpps? nri a onldhiirht.
Yuma made, brooms are best; try
them. The Examiner uses nothing
elsp. G- W. Sells, the manufacturer,
asks a trial, and, he may be expected
from his Laguna ranch about once
; SERIlStt INJURED