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THE WILLIAMS NEWS TERRIBLE COLLISION. East and West-bound Limited Meet Near Needles. Two limited trains on the Santa Fe collided two miles east of Fran conia Wednesday morning, caus ing eight fatalities. The trains were No. 3 and No. 4. The west bound limited was two hours late, making up time between Albuquer que and Needles. The crew on the east-bound limited, for reasons yet unknown, disregarded orders bjj five or six minutes, and two miles east of Franconia the trains crashed into each other without warning. All the passengers were in their berths. Both trains carried only Pullman palace car equipments. Three cars were burned. The en gines of both trains were smashed beyond repairs. The fault attaches to the crew of No. 3 according to the statement given out at Santa Fe headquarters. Division Superintendent Denair equipped a special and hastened to the scene with surgeons and appli ances necessary to meet the emerg ency. The mail on both trains was destroyed by fire. The following is a list of the dead and injured: Dead P. McEUigott, engineer, train No. 4; W. L. Case, fireman, No. 4; II. F. Goldsmith, 6reman, train No. 3; II. E. Barnhardt, bar ber, train No. 3; Walter Davorage, waiter, train No. 3; W. II. Armi tage, fireman, train No. 4; Sam Brown, waiter, train No. 3; R. R. Iliggins, conductor, train No. 3. Bodies of W. L. Chase, W. II. Armitage and Sam Brown are missing. Injured Joe Morse, conductor, No. 4, badly cut and scalded; J. R. Williams, engineer, No. 3, cut and bruised; L. Holmes, engineer, train No. 4, badly cut and bruised; L. W. Fair, waiter, train No. 3, bruised; II. II. Webb, porter, train No. 4, scalded; Tony Larson, second cook, train No. 3, head and legs badly burned; Monte Morton, waiter, train No. 3, badly cut about head, body and legs; Harry Letcher, por ter, train No. 3, badly hurt, cut and bruised; F. Williams, waiter, train No. 4, badly scalded; Thomas II. Owen, waiter, train No. 4, hands, face and feet cut and scalded; J. II. Arnold, waiter,train No. 4, slightly scalded; J. W. Bryant, waiter, train No. 4, hands and face scalded. Passengers injured P. J. S teen sen, right shoulder, left ankle and wrist strained and bruised; Passa dena, CaL W. L. Franklin, left shin skinned; San Francisco. Mrs. II. II. Gibben, slightly injured; Oakland. LOCALS. Gus Riemer, the sheepman, is visiting in Prescou. B. F. Sweetwood returned the first oTthe week with a deer as a trophy of the hunt. Don't forget the turkey shoot Thanksgiving afternoon by Geo. W. Martin. Mrs. Joe Reilley, of Seligman, has been spending the week visiting relatives in the city. Miss Barber, sister of Mrs. N. J. Hudson, left Tuesday for her home at Corona, California. Mr. Ellington left Sunday for Redlands, Cal., seeking the benefits of the winter climate there. Will Mentx, representing the Albuquerque Citizen, was rustling business in town yesterday. Turkey shoot, Sunday, Nov. 24, by J. C. Phelan. Mrs. Robert Postle was a passen ger on last Saturday's No. 7 for Seligman where she went to visit her sister. Rev. Dr. S. A. Thomson, after several days' visit in our city, left Wednesday for Jerome and other points south. Miss Roe, sister-in-law of Fore man Miller, of the lumber mill, re turned to her home in Pennsylvania last Sunday. Call on J. T. Cone for Egyptian crystal photos on convex glass and cabinet photos. Button work a spec ialty from now until January 1. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Omar, Ramey, Saturday, November 16, 1901, a boy. At last reports mother and son were doing nicely. We prophesied last week that Dr. Waite would take a pull, and he appears to have done so, bag ging two deer while the others got . Torrivio Corvyun, a Pueblo In dian employed by the railroad company at this point, was so un fortunate as to have his foot crush ed Thursday. Dr. Tyroler dressed the injury. W Mesdames aite, Barney Gi- rand, 1'yle, and .Miss 1'helan, ac companied by the dentist, returned Wednesday from the hunt, the ladies having changed their minds and gone out after the gentlemen had established camp. New Time Card. According to the change from the old schedule, trains now leave Will iams as follows: No. 1 west-bound, 1 :30 p. m. No. 3 west-bound, 10:55 p. m. No. 7 west-bound, 1 p. m. No. 2 east-bound, 6:58 p. m. No. 4 east-bound, 12:12 p. m. No. 8 east-bound, 5:40 a. m. All trains now run daily. The time card on this page has not as vet been changed as no folders have been received at the local office. The canyon time remains the same. fib fib fib fib fib fib W fib fib .fa S. H. REA BUILDING CONTRACTOR ESTIMATES FURNISHED WILLIAMS, ARIZ. The Palace MEAT MARKET a. 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 I. 1 901 MO. 10 MILKS STATIONS KO. 11 7:00 pm 7:30 pm 8:00 pm 8 :20 pm 8:40 pm 8:68 pm 9:30 pm 0 90 45 Lr Williams Ar Red Lake Prmdo Valle Willaha Anita, Apex Coconino 9:38 pm 59 10M) pm 65 Ar Grand Canyon Lt 11:50 am 1123 am 10:53 am 10:33 am 10:13 am 9:55 am 9:85 am 9:20 am 9:00 am J.J. Brave, G. P. A., N.J.Hmox, AV, Los Angeles, Cal. Williams. Aria. SANTA FE ROUTE Time Table Effective June 16, 1 901 READ DOWN READ UP No-7 Unfiled No-1 STATIONS. No. 2 LUi'tid No. 8 2 43 am 1 00 pm 10 00 pm Lr Chicago .Ar 7 40 am 2 IS pm 9 00 pm 235pm 114 am 1100am .... Kansas City .... 6 OA pm 2 40 am 7 15 am 8S0am 8 00 pm Denrer 10 00 am 6 00 pm 00 pm 7 05 am 3 20 pm 7 15 am La Junta 10 20 pm 1147 am 8 65 am lOOOpm 410am 10 40 pm ....Albuquerque..... 805am 1145 pm 8 45 pm 8 22 am 4 02 am Wing-ate 8 20 am 147 pm 4 00 am 9 25 am 4 35 am Gallup 2 66 am 6 53 pm 125 pm 6 85 am 7 12 am Hnlbrook 1122 pm 9 50 am 7 65 am 12 35 pm 8 SO am Wlnnlow 10 25 pm 8 10 pm 8 65 am 10 SO am 1 Oft pin 1125 am Flagstaff 8 25 pm 125 pm 6 40 am 12 06 pin 4 25 pm lUpm Williams 8 AO pm 12 10 pm 615 am 106pm 625pm 2 05pm Ar...Ash Fork Lr 625pm 1065am 3 5 am 600pm Lr. ...Ash Pork Ar 104Oam 8X5 pm Ar.... Preecott ....Lr 8 00 am 2 40 am Ar.... Phoenix ....Lr 1130 pm 1 80 pra 625pm 2 30 pm Lr.. ..Ash Fork... .Ar 600pm 1065am 2 85 pm 6 35 pm S8Spm Seligman 4 00 pm 10 00 am 2 50 am 8 69 pm ....Peach Springs... 12 60 pm 12 20 am 4 15 pm 805pm 6 47 pm Kingman 10 40 am 615 am 10 16 pm 6 00 pm 140 pm 7 65 pm Ar.. Need lea ....Lr 7 45 am 4 00am 7 25 pm 6 25 pra AO pm 8 20 pm Lt Needles Ar 7 20 am 3 50 am 7 00 pm 8 oo pm 11 oo pm 9 47 pm ...Blake 6 25 am SOOam 6 00 pm 9 30 pm 12 80 am 11 25 pm Bagdad 4 08 am 12 30 am 8 85 pm 2 25 am ldelt 1 80 am 1 44 pra 12 85 am 4 60 am 8 00 am Barstow 1 10 am 10 40 pm 1 25 pm 125 am Kramer 12 04 pm 2 25 am 6 40 am Ar Mojave Lr 11 10 am 700am 880am 820am Ar.. Lne Angeiea ..Lr 7 IS pm 6 00 pm 12 45 pm 12 45 pm 12 45 pm Ar.. 8n llirgo ...Lr 185 pm 185 pm 6 66 pm 6 65 pm Ar. San Francisco .Lr 9 00 am 8 00 pm Meal stations. Noa. s and 4 run twice a week between Chicago. Ban Francisco and Los Angeles. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars daily through between Chicago and San Francieoo and Chicago and Los Angeiea. Pullman Tourist bleeping Cars daily through between Chicago and San Francisco and Chicago and Los Angeiea. The Grand C anyon of the Colorado can be reached only by this line. The California Limited carries the following new equipment: Buffet smoking ear. Harvey dining car. and observation sleeping car, between Chicago and Los Angeles; double drawing room sleeping ear. bet een Chicago and Ban I'lego; double drawing room sleeping ear, between Kansas City and Loa Angeiea. Connections at La Junta from Denrer and at Los Angeiea for Ban Diego and banta Barbara. Fastest train to Southern California and orer the shortest line. Limited to six cars, wide restlbuled. electric liahted. No finer train snswhera- The observation car contains ten sections and a handsomely finished observation ra. The buffet smoking ear contains a SDacious smokins and read in- mom with buffet. Both these cars are supplied with current periodicals and stationery. All meals en route will be served in the dining car. under the direction of Mr. Fred Harvey. No extra fare charged on the California Limited. Regular first-class tickets only are required. JOHN J. BYRNE. O. P. A.. N. J. HUDSON. Agent. Loa Angeiea. California. Williams, Arizona.