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THE WILLI AM5 NEWS L.SCHEY the Men's Outfitter NEXT DOOR TO PHELLVS NEW BLTCHEK SHOP ANOTHER CONSIGNMENT OF Nice 'Woolen Overshirts, Un derwear, Sweaters, Macki naw Coats, Overcoats and Blankets Just Received s Da MnA q"rter for Silk Hand- uwai in in 1 11 u i kerchiefs. Mufflers and Neckties J Arizona's New Governor. Col. A. O. Brodie has been ap pointed governor of Arizona to succeed N. O. Murphy, whose term has expired. The new governor succeeded President Roosevelt as lieutenant colonel of the Rough Riders on the latter' elevation to the colonelcy of the noted regiment. Colonel Brodie has latterly leen a successful miner in Arizona, lie spent the past summer in Penning ton, N. J. Alexander O. Brodie was a major of the Rough Riders, and when Roosevelt became colonel of the regiment Brodie was promoted to 1 lieutenant colonel. In the bat tle at Las Guasimas, during the advance of the American forces upon Santiago, Brodie was at the very front of the fight. lie was one of the first American officers to be wounded, a Mauser bullet tearing a painful wound in his right arm. Brodie is a West Point man, liaving been graduated from the military academy in 1870. lie was assigned to the First cavalry, many of whose men fought beside the Rough Riders at Las Uuasimas. The young West Pointer remained in the United States' service about seven years, reaching the rank of first lieutenant. lie was an active participant in various Indian cam paigns, and he had some lively en counters with the Modocs and other savage tribes. From Janu ary 20, 1871, to April 4, 1872, he was on frontier duty at Camps Mogollon and Apache, in Arizona. Subsequently he was detailed on escort duty for a few weeks, and in the spring of 1873 he was engaged in scouting service and attached to Fort Walla Walla. Waf.hing.ton. He wn lirfwrrnTfll lit Irf firnt neu--Ttrnant of cavalry May 25, 1875. Lieutenant Brodie resigned his commission in the fall of 1877 for the purpose of engaging in busi ness. His venture was in the cat tle trade in Kansas, in which he wag successful. In 1882 he turned his attention to mining operations in Dakota and Arizona, and a few years afterward was employed by the Water Storage company, at Walnut Grove, Ariz., as its chief engineer and superintendent. Note When Governor Murphy was in this city as one of the in vited guests to address the state hood convention, he was not aware that the appointment of a new governor for Arizona would be made soon, and even expressed himself to a number of people he met as confident of reappointment. A number of prominent republi cans of Arizona had arrayed them selves against his reappointment, and in consequence President Roosevelt selected his successor a Rough Rider. Citizen. PIMAS VS. APACHES. Why the Latter are Cared For and the Former Neglected'. A Pima Indian once complained to an Apache and the burden of his plaint was that his tribe worked hard against drouth, against hard conditions, against the white man's aggressions and theft of water, and did not receive any aid from the government; while the Apaches did not work, only as they chose, did not contend with drouth, fought the whites, stole and devastated and laid waste when they felt like it, and were given rations, annu ities, and all manner of good things by the government. TheApache was irritatingly com plaisant. He smoked government tobacco for some time calmly, and cooly philosophized as follows: "White man, he heap big coward. He all same big dog. Big dog he bark like h: 1 little while. Bynby little dog he show him teeth 'n' look mad; big dog he drop his tail an' run all same coyote. 'Pache Injun he all same little dog. Me fight little, kill little, make big noise, white government he heap afraid. He tremble all same leaves. He say 'Pache Injun he bad man; he heap fight; heap kick all time. He think so betta feedum little flour, sugar, coffee, beans. 'Pache Injun he catchum plenty. White man he no savvy much. He big fool all time. 'Pache he heap smart like h 1." And the Pima brooded over the lesson and knew that it was true. It had always been his loaf t that his people knew not the color of the white man's blood. They had befriended the whites when their unler8 were few. They had given of their FCftjtajc liuilj. They were prodigal of their hospitality. In their welcome there was no pov erty of sincerity and gladness. And as the white population grew they sought not recompense. What they had given of food, of welcome, of hospitality, of protection and of succor had been freely given. And it is this good people whom we are robbing of their heritage of water. Outlaws and renegades that we are, we enter a man's house and sit at his table and accept of his gifts, and rob him of his plate, and all the food that remains we stuff into our pockets, leaving starvation and desolation behind. Give the Pimas their reservoir, so the storm waters may be stored and utilized, and make the wrens of happiness sing in the hearts that are now bleeding o'er dastardly and damnable deeds. The Native American. The Palace MEAT MARKET G. W. MARTIN, Prop. Beef, Veal, Mutton and Sausage CONSTANTLY ON HAND Bell Spring Butter. Oysters and Fish in Season WILLIAMS, ARIZONA The Grand Canyon Railway Co. TIME TABLE No. 2 Effective Tuesday, October 1. 1901 ICO. 10 MILES STATKMtS KO. 11 7:O0pm 0 Lt Williams A r 11:50am 7 -Jn pm 9 Red Lake 11 2S am 8:00 pm 20 Prado 10:53 am 8:2npm 29 Valle 10 AS am 8:40 pm SB Willaha 10:18 am pm 4 Anita 9:55 am 9:20 pm 64 Apex 9 lS5 am 9:38 pm 69 Coconino 9:20 am 10:00 pm 65 Ar Grand Canyon Lr 9:00 am J. J. BYS.KK.G. P. A., N. J. Hf-neon. Agt., Los Angeles, Cal. William, Arix. SANTA FE ROUTE Time Table Effective Jane 16, 1 901 READ DOWN READ UP No. 7 No. Limited No. 1 STATIONS. No. I No. 4 Limited No. 8 2 43 am 2 S5 pm 7 06 am looo pm 8 22 am 4 uu am 8 85 am 7 56 am lo so am 12 Oft pm I OA pm 1 oo pm 1 14 am 8 30 am 8 20 pm 4 10 am 9 2i am 12 85 pm 8 oft pm 4 25 pm A 25 pm looo pm 11 Oil am 8 oo pm 7 15 am 10 40 pm 4 02 am 4 85 am 7 12 am 8 80 am 11 2 am 1 08 pm 2 OA pm a uu pm 8 85 pm 2 40 am Lt Chicago Ar! .... Kanaaa city .... DenTer La Junta Albuquerque..... Wlngate -Hialiup Hoi brook -Wlnlow Flagaiaff Wiiliama Ar...Ah Fork Lr 1 so pm 2 85 pm A 25 pm A 85 pm 4 15 pm oo pm 8 25 pm 8 on pm 9 80 pm 8 05 pm 9 40 pm 9 AO pm 11 oo pm 12 80 am 12 85 am 1 25 am 2 25 am 4 90am 'A46am 2 SO pm 8 85 pm 8 69 pm A 47 pm 7 &5 pm 8 20 pm 9 47 pm 11 25 pm 2 2i am 8 00 anr 7 00 am 12 45 pm 8 so am 12 45 pm 8 20 am 12 45 pm Ann Pork.. .Arl Ar.... Phoenix ....Lt 7 40 am A u5 pm 10 00 am 10 20 pm 8 05 am 8 20 am 2 55 am 11 22 pm 10 25 pm 8 25 pm 6 50 pm A 25 pm 2 15 pm 2 40 am 00 pm 11 47 am 11 45 pm 6 53 pm 2 10 pm 1 25 pm 12 10 pm 10 65 am 9 00 pm 7 15 am 6 00 pm 8 55 am 6 45 pm 1 47 pm 1 25 pm 9 50 am 8 65 am 8 40 am A 15 am 8 68 am Lt. .Ar A ah Pork. .... . .Seligman ... ....Fearh Spring Kingman ... Ar.. 'Needlea Lt Lt .Needles Art Blake . Ba;dad. Daggett Bamtow . Kramer Ar.....MoJaTe Lt Ar. Ar. , Lna Angeles ..Lt' Ban Diego ...Lr A 65 pm A 55 pm 'Ar. Ran Francisco .Lt 10 40 I 11 80 am mJ. 800 4 00 12 60 10 40 745 720 825 4 OS 1 80 1 10 pm pm pm am am am ' in fA 10 00 -. . . 4315 4O0 860 80 12 80 "io'ii 7 15 pm 1 85 pm am am am am pm 2 SO am 12 20 am 10 15 pm 7 25 pm 7 00 pm 8 00 pm 8 85 pm 1 44 pm 1 25 pm 12 04 pm 11 10 am 8 00 pm ' 1 86 pm 9 00 am 8 00 pm Meal nation. No. 8 and 4 run twice a week between Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars daily through between Chicago and San Francisoo and Chicago and Los Angeles. Pullman Tourlat Bleeping Cars dally through between Chtcago and San Francisco and Chicago and Loa Angelea. The Grand Canyon of the Colorado can be reached only by this line. i of v alitor 11 ta imiiea came 10a loiiowing new equipment: punviimuiiuKcir, iisirrj Qinini Chicago and Lna Angeles; double San Diego: double drawing room i Connections at La Junta from Denrer and at Los Angeles for San Diego and Santa Barbara. Fastest train to Southern California and oTer the shortest line. Limited to six car, wide restibuled. electric lighted. No finer t.-ain anywhere. The obaerTation car contains ten sections and a handsomely nnUhed obserratfon room. The buffet smoking car contains a spacious smoking and reading room with buffet. Both these cars are supplied with current periodicals and stationery. All meals en route wlU be serred in the dining car, under the direction of Mr. Fred Harrey. mo extra tare cnarged on the California Limited. rm me lunowing new equipment: y dining car, and obaerralion sleeping car, between Redrawing room sleeping car, bet seen Chicago and m sleeping car. between Kanaaa City and Los Angeles. are required. JOHN J. Regular flrat-cla tickets only BYRNE, O. P. A.. Los Angeles, California. N. J. HfTDSON. Agent. Williams. Ariaona.