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PHOENIX, ATIIZONA, TIIUIfSDAY MOHNI3TG, JAXl'AHY J, 1902.
YOIi. XII. NO. 2.10.
Frederick S. Nave
In the Case of Col. McCord there were NoCharges Against
Him, His Recess Appointment Having Been Simply!
Ignored His Friends, Expecting His Re-appointment, !
Made No Effort in His Behalf and Encountered a Sur
prise No Announcement in the Case of Judge Street.
Wnphiniiton, Jan. S.t Special.) The
name of IS. F. De.niel was sent to th;1
senate by President Koosi'v'eU tr.J.iy to
be marshal of Arizona to ru ccc ! "ol.
M. II. Mt-.ird of Phoenix, v. hos , was
a recess appointment by Prri l.-nt r!c
Kinley. Daniels whs a i:u mb.T of I h '
Iloush Riders and was rhi?f cf police
at Orippie I're'-k. Colo.. vh.n the Span-ish-Anierican
war broke out. H - is now
a resident cf Arizona.
The friends hr? of 1. McCord were
taken by surprise by this appointment.
No charfies havirip been tiled against
Col. lUi-Cord. they were expecting no
opposition and had made ittl? effort
in his behalf. It was expected bv th rn
that President Kooseveit wouid indorse
the action of IJresid."nt McKinley and
did not anticipate that this recess ap
pointment nould ha ignored.
Frederick P. Nave, also of Xoplr?,
was appointed I'nited Ftates attorney
for th? diFtrict of Arizona tr succeed
Kobrt K. Morrison.
In the cas of Chief Justice Streetof
Arizona, a against whom charges were
filed, he was today given a hearing in
secret session. Th? matter was before
the department early'in December and
apart of the charge. tno:-:e relating to
bribery and corrupt ion in office, were
dsimi?ted. At his reipj-st rhipf Justic1
Street was jiven permit-:-ton to prest-iu
do r.nxvitary evi h ru ? in refutation of
the r.iher charts.
"th ?r nmi nations were sent to the
F.T.ate (si follows:
Leslie M. Shaw of Iowa, to be socrr
tj'ry of the treasury; Henry C. Peyne.
of Wisconsin, to be pest master general;
John K. A. Crossland if Missouri, to be
Hiinisler resident and c-nsul general to
Liberia; V. S. l;i;h:mi, to be surveyor
; vncral of :;Ii fornia.
Postmasters Vyo:;,ing Perry I
Sivtii!i, at Pawlins.
Te::as Alary W. Morrow, at Abilene:
Henry Palm, at Albany: 11. P.. Atter
bury. at Cmanche.
Tucson. Ariz., J a n. U. !! a
ment by the president to'Jay of :;-:. y.i
toin Daniels to be f"nibd Sta "i id:v
shal for Arizona, was receive. 1 h--v-with
sf.n.e suipi Jse. as ijinils ,ai
genera ?:y considered a pn.:.:::n'i
Will Be Retained litre at Least T'r.Til
Washington. Jan. Private advice
received here today from high Catholic
sources at Home indicate that Cardinal
Martinetl', the papal ablegate to this
country, will likely be retained here
until next May and possibly later.
There is no indication in the advices as
to the succesEcrship to Cardinal Mar
tinelli as ablegate.
Located in the
at end cf car line
lO minutes drive from J
center ojf city
a herd of gigantic ostriches,
standing 7 to. 10 Pet high-,
weighing J."t) to 4'" lbs. also a
b.t of baby ostrich chicks just
hatched, only a few days old,
and a herd of Nubian ostrleaea
just arrived aft r a t wo months'
Y.y;ige. having been imported
direet from the Nubian I sei I
to Pho.'ii:-;. t
our sale-room and see the pret
iest display of ostrieh feathers
to be se, n in the I'nited States.
Ostrich plumes. tips. boas,
collars, fans, pompons, hair nov
elties and, in fact, everything
made out of ostrich reamer.
Admission 15 cents. Open
daily, im luding Sundays.
S IS NAMFm
W Ife? J BiiHasafcJ
is the New United
deino iat. Daniels was a "Ilou';h ,
i:ider" and was wiih the president in
the bailie of San Juan hill.
Though it had b-eii reported here 1
that Daniels would be appoint-.-d to sue- ;
cccd Col. .M Cnri. aid though tint in-'
lor mar ion ame in pri va te dispa Leber
as well as in a sp.-ci.il to the iipubb
. tn from iis V..shIngton t orre. ptmd- .
ear. ti.ere as a ger.eral impression
that the r.pp- itnment wouid not be
made, ro th it :n receipt of an Ar.-oet-ated
I'ress dispaK'h yesterd?y after
noon stating that Daniels' nc mi nation
had been made, more or les surp-ise
Daniels h.J f:r some time been living
at "egtt"!es. A ;rre-it deal iias l.ec n said
nt his rel;tiioas with the proddent. and
it l;.is b.-e:i Ftr.ied tiiai in the i h i;
of San Juan hil! he s tved his com
mani'. -r's life. Th:;t im I'.lenL had nt.t
bet enie a i.i iter cf his'cry. but tha? lie
i:- held in iiiivh este.-m by the president,
is shown Py the ld!o-.ving lxt.u t from
Tin- J:o::.-h Piders; by Theodore
p M.rev-1; ": ' As a rule th: men were
more a pi. hov. ever to have had e?;;-:'i-i-ire
in w.. i-; ir.g against whit? dvspe
ra Iocs an 1 lawbreakers th.m against
Indians. .S.iine cf our best reciuits
came from olorad). me, a vei-y
l;"e hawk-ey-d man. P.enj imir
FrunHin lanieis. had Ik-t marshal of"
1 od ire Ci'y when that pi-asing town
was probaitly the luUKle-st abi.de of
civilized in. n to be found any w he: e or.
the civilized contir.ei.t. In the course
cd the exert i:- of his vt ry lurid fan -tlons
as pM'e oftictr bliiid lest half
of one ear 'liif;.-n o'V.' it was i-xpi third
to me. Naturally lie viewed ih dan-a-r'.
el ba. Me who philosophic calm.
Sin U a inai . us in reality a veteran,
ev.-it in h-.; :V.st litchi. iud was a tower
or strcT.gih le tie- re.i-ui'.s in his part of
Tie appoint . tent of Frederick S.
Nave to succeed H a;. Uobert K. Mr
t isori v.s e en tenr" surpriHiug. Sir.
Nave's r.:'.i;v had hardly been men
tioned in toane. iivi with thi-. oihee.
He came t Arizona nearly three years
!;.) from Ohio. I'pon l!e- format ion of
t !:." code com mission under an at :f
tin Twentieth legislature he became lis
secretary. Nearly two years ano he
moved to Nogales rai-1 in taine dislri; t
.-tttoriiey of liar ! wly forinel o:nty
of Santa ruz.
j Member of Colorado House Sies a
j Yeek After Drinking
r. Colo, Jan. :. lion. Albert
. a member of ih' olorado
uf repj- ser:ia.i'es. died at his
iST't Curtis street, at 0 o'clock to-
Tne causa c:f death Is supposed
I) -en poison contained in a glass
which he drank on New Year's
Cthrin was spending the even-
ing at the home of his father. Herman
J. Gibri.i. 44."1 Highland avenue, and
all the members of the family who
rr:n!: of the w ine were made sick. The
ol iters re taken with vomiting and
all soon : "covered except his sister
Agnes, who is still in a serious condi
Albert Cabrin was only slightly in-dbpo.-ed
until two days later, when he
was taken viol. -ally i'l nd grew rrrdu
elly worse until his dath this evening.
The immediate cause of death was in
Hammation of the stomach and heart
Albert Gp.brin was born In Germany
thirty-five years ago. but came to this
country with his parents before h was
e yoar old. He came to Denver in 1572.
l!e was elected to the Thirteenth gen
eial assembly as n labor candidate. He
leaves a family.
' "Would 'Pr.t Poiicc in Ail Mills an;!
i notion, i-ilV.s., .T;n. V The National
j Association ,,f Woo!::a n today re-
- l - ted Prosele.it ("- H. Ha:di:ig ,t:cas
j .ncr: Kanjamin Phipas. s.-eivtary; S.
i :. L. NoT ih and ones- officers,
t Kee-oimi 'PS were a !op: e-1 ileeiaring
: t hat the Grosvenor "pure wool" bill
i will fplace under cjovernment police
1 siirveiil int e many 1-n-sre and important
j branch", of the textile industry, and
which, if enacted, cannot bo admin-
isieied without placing fdernl police
o facers in charge of the textile mills.
vlKl'sal Htjihfn? establishments ami j
sfirriiinis niuiiufat -lurens. The seere- i
tary ui the association was JiiFtrurti.! i
to arranpy for a. hearing before the '
v.ays and means committee in order :
that the matter may have a full op- ,
port unity tn be demonstrated,
it was also resolved that the wool
manufacturers favor the passage of a
iTierciian1i; marks act similar to the '
English statute, making it a misde- .
meaner to sell any woolen or other !
goods under a false name or deserlp- ''
tion, provided such a measure can be
framed within the provisions of the ,
Those Buried in the Xegaunee Mine
Negaunee, !ic-h., Jan. S. Up to 10
o'clock tonight relays of miners work
ing as a rescue force had been unable
ta penetrate the Negaunee mine, the
set ne of ysterday's disastrous cave-In.
Though the work of the rescuers was
greatl retarded by quicksand and
w;;ter, this difficulty is being overcome
bv the aid t f extra pumps. Hope of
h iding any of the men alive is almost
oflicials of the Negaunee mine to
nieiit announced that only nine men
were in the mine. The dead, according
to this statement are: William Wil
li. tins, pit foreman: John Sullivan,
pump man; John Pearce, John Pasco.
J;ieob Matuson. Kriek Kly, Jacob
Hanola.. Will hi m Hokanen and Louis
Ma i ison.
V.'n: hinf;l-ri. Jan. S. New Moxiio
Fnir Thursday ail'l Fritlay; variable
V. yiin.hifr Generally tntr Thursilay
a;:;'. Fri.Hiy; vaiiable winds.
NOW IN CHARGE
KeDid Net Wholly Forget His Old
San Francises. Jan. S. The municipal
administration of Sail Franrisro passed
into the r-ewly elected otbcials hands
th's running. Mayor Phelan retired
an1 May)i--ele-t Si -limits assumed the
duties ol l.is litliic.
Mayor Sch-nii;. who was elected by
the union t.ibm party, though bin
former pc.lit'ca! aMiliaiions had been
republican, anr" ancrd the following
Commipsidtier of Public Works
Id iciiael Cas.-y. union labor party,
pr sident if the Teamsters union, and
one of the lead rs in the recent strike
of the City Front federation.
Fire Commissi ner J. S. " Parry,
m mbcr of tne 1'iidge Huiiders' and
Pile I .i vers union, secretary of the
i::iici I. dor T;trty-
; dice Cimiriiissioner II. W. Hut ton.
union labor, attorney of the Sailors'
ur.P'n and In'sor council.
Civil Service Commissioner Louis J.
Ohm mus. u n inn labor, manager of
beats co St i. we lake in ( lolden ate
I ark. arid formerly in the theatrical
S ha;d Tire tar Alfred Ttoncovierl,
uni.n labor, musician, member of a
I'lection 'omniissioner Thos. Hoyle,
neinoera't. buslnef manager of the
Pi:i-'.t Commissioner A. Altmann, re
Member of the Loard of Health Dr.
James W. Wnrd. republican, homeo
Ith. Secrttrry to the Mayor George E.
Ken Tie, republican, lawyer.
T '.--sides the imm yor all the othr
t lfctive city ntticials assumed thir
duties today. The principal patronage
offices are ii'de 1 by republicans. The
board of supervisors is divided between
i.he republican, democratic and unlfin
labor parties, the latter having three
out of eighteen members.
ROTTEN AT HAVANA.
The Mayor of the City Suspended by
Havana. J:in. S. Pending the investi
gations which are now being instituted
Ly Sen or Nup.e, the civil governor of
H ivana. General Wood has suspended
Miguel Genter, mayor of Havana.
Twenty-three out of twenty-eight
c ouncilm.'n of Havana have petitioned
Gen. Wood to remove Mayor Genter.
THIN AND THICK.
Good Food Will Do Wonderr.
A t st w as made to see how much a
thin per: an could gain by using Grape
Nuts P.reakfa-a. Food. A lady In War
ren, .. says, ' Seme months ago I was
so thin and poorly nourished I thought
I won h I see w ha t c ff ect G ra e- N a t a
would have on me, ro I began taking
the food regularly for breakfast and
begr.n to gre ;.! improve at once.
1 kept tr:uk of my weight and found
I gained nearly ten pounds In about
: i:c week:, and 1 have never felt better
hi my life. Have no more sjur stom
ach, and ou may V?iend i think the
food a great success.
"My son notice. i he could "memorize
more reacjly since lie began using
Grape-N.iW. PI.-se dun l publish my
name" (Name an be given by pos
tui.i Co.. Pi-Ute (v,. e:. Ml.-lO.
The syr.teni v. it! build out the body
to its natural size and weight it the
stomach can digest the food properly.
So v. Grape-Nuts food is takn,
b( ing really pre-digested. it quickly
goes into the blood and makes, r,:t
only tissue and muscle, but part icuWriy
nourishc s a nd builds the brain and
nerve centers. This comes from the
debcHte particles of phosphate of pot
ash which is from certain parts of the
field irt ams and incorpnra ted in the
food. Its use will prove the truth of
MET DEATH IN
A RAILWAY TUNNEL
Frightful Accident Under a
New York Street
: Fifteen Persons Were Killed and the
! Death. List Likely to be Still Fur
j ther Lengthened Nature of the
j New York, Jan. S. In the New York .
i Centra! railroad tunnel that burrows;
j under l ark uvereae in this city, two '
: local trains collided today. Fifteen;
passengers were killed and twice
number were injured. A doxen of thtr
latter were seriously hurt, and the
roster of the d'ad may be extended,
j The dead are; AUjei t M. Perrin. re- j
1 cently from Chicago, secretary and i
j second vice president of the Fniorr Pag ;
& Paper company. residence New
I i;o;heUe, N. Y.: P. iJ. . Foskett, New !
! Ucchell: A. 10. T. I-ills. New Pochelle;
I K. N. i;il.dale, Ne.v Iloohellc: Mi;-. A. 1
: F. Howard. New Pochelle; F'rank
Wasburn, loinu-riy of CMi- ag-. pre:-1.-;
dent rf the Fnian Pag fc Pajwr com
; p iny, resi.'enee Ne-.v Po'-hclle; William
L.ys. New Uoeheile, general manager'
i for I. Altman'& Co.. New York, The
! odore Forgardo, N't w Pochelle: Will
, i-in Fisher, or Forbes. New Koehelle;
; William Howard. New Koehell"; (scar
i Me;, rollitz. New iiot helle. 'ptician in
i New Yo: k and F' retai y f t;ie New"
loehelle Yiicht club; Franklin Crospy.
; New Pwhelle; a-nest F. Walttm, New
. Uoeheile, broker in Nov, York: H. C.
Piamo!id. New I lo.-iteil", a;-sis; aid
Ik i; era 1 nanagr of t h A nit riean
Pa :dge contpany. thia city; Charles P.
Mars, New Koehelle. employed in the
Nt-w York ustom house.
1 1 was a rea r end col 1 is i on bet ween
the Sou i h Norv- a 1 c lo-eal that l a n in
over the New- Yoi k. Nw 1 laven a nd
H;u tfor.l i-a;!r:;d. and iiich v. a"
halted by block f ignuls at the south
irn en ran.-e the tunnel, and thr
WMte Plains lot a I that came by the
Harlem bia.mii ot the New York Cen
tral. Tne wreck occurred at S:17 a. in., at
n iiich hour the trai on were crowded
by surburbanite-7. Most of th--" deaths.
i:!! mi:g" were r a used by
the engine of the White Plains train,
which plunged irio the i ear car c-f the
m;! ion less t ra in. a :id was driven
thiough to th" middle of the car.
smashing its e-i t.- and rplit ting its
rids as h moved forward.
The victims v.vr either ma ngled in
th? mass cf wreckage carried with the
pilot, cruslu-d in th" space between the
boii- r andtiie car sides or we:p scalded
by steam which came hissing from the
broken pips and cylinders. The engine
in its final plunge of forty feet carried
the rear car forward and sent twisted
iron, broken t bribers and splinters
smashing into the coach :hend.
When thn rescuers reached the wrec k
smoke was pouring out of the entrance
to the tunnel. At Fifty-fifth street
great volumes of smoke came out of the
first ventilator. Ambulances came in
fr:-m the e:tst and west. I -adders were
put down from the street, over the iron
fence, to the track, and the firemen and
policemen and the surgeons were im
nadlately at work. It was very dark
in the tunnel, which filled with smoke
nnd steam, making the work of rescue
very difficult. The locomotive of the
White Plains local was hidden in the
rc ar car the South Norwalk train.
T he maimed and injured were crawling
from the wreck, some more badly in
jured than others being assisted by the
more fortunate passengers.
The cause cf the wreck is not yet
known. So far as can be learned the
Harlem train stopped at the entrance
to the tunnel to allow the New Haven
ttain to pass, following the latter in
two minutes. For ?r.n;e reason the New
Haven train was stopped by the block
system because of something wrong
ahead and was crashed into by the
coming Harlem train. Offic ials claim
the proper signals were given by the
flagman to the wrecked train, which,
however, failed to stop. The Harlem
train was on time. The tunnel where
the wreck occurred was two miles long
from Fifty-fifth street.
Superintendent Franklin said that so
far as ho has been able to discover.
John Wischo. the engineer of the
White Pi ilns tn.in is to bbinie. Ho
declared that, when the South Norwalk
train stepped, the tlagm:tn ran back
into the tunnel and. beshie placing a
torpedo on the track, he endeavored
to flag the oncoming train. The tun
nel was clouded hh Mmiii and
smoke, while the snow, which fell
through the air charts, tended to ob
sc nr the vie-.. Kngineer Wischo and
Fireman Chris Flynn were ai r- :td.
The signal man was also detained for
a time, but was released.
Superintendent Franklin has issued
a statement as to the accident. in
which he declnres thfit the block rig
nalrf at Fifty-ninth street were obeyed
by the New Haven train, but that ihe
"ngbieer of the White Plains train disr
regarded them. "The toipedo on the
track went o!V si id the superinten
dent, "but he did not stoT. even
though the fireman called to him to
do so. The system of block signals is
such that it Is a physical impossibility
for the signalman to make his light
'"cd tre the truck free tf another train
is on the block."
District Attorney Jerome visited the
wreck and personally examined many
witnesses. The state rnilwy com
mission has nlro announced Its inten
tion to make ar. investigation, and n
similar intent war- expressed by the
general oiVueis of both the New York '
Central and the Hu 1: on :iver railroad ',
and the New York. New Havt-n a
The -residents of Xew Itochelle con- -
tributed the largest number to the
casualty list, because the rear car of
the South Norwalk local was reserved
for' them and was kept locked until
the train reached that place.
Late in the day the coroner ques
tioned the trainmen, holding his court
at the police station. The inquest was
held behind closed doors, and as a re
suit Signalman Flynn was released,
whih" Fireman Kyler was held in bail
for 5.,(0 ami Kngineer Wischo with
out bail. The railroad company fur
nished bond for Kyler, and Wischo was
taken to the Tombs prison.
Western Press Association Coming
m This Way.
Denver, Colo.. Jan. S. The Western
Canadian Press associatTon, seventy
four strong.' reached this city over the
Hurlington this morning at 8:30 o'clock
and are the guests of the Denver cham
ber of commerce. On resuming their
journey westward to Is Angeles the
party will stop at Albuquerque and
ether cities of the west.
Denver. Jan. 8. The Kpisconal coun-
il c.U Cc.l irado diote:--e tonight eleeteJ
Kcv. Charles Ohrn-fd of New York,
coadjutor 10 Pishop Spaulding.
Paris, Jan. 8. The correspondent ;
ht-re of th'- Associated Press learns i
that the. French government is sound- '
ing Washington as t- the attitude of !
the United States in the event of
France's coercing Venezuela into pay- ;
ing the French claims against that re
The Condition of the Markets Yea-'
Nr-w Yrnk. Jan. J7. The Mock market
yielded tins morning to a sympathetic
in tin. -in e of the acute weakn-ss in
I'nited Staphs St el stocks and fell gen
erally from 1 to ' paints below last
night's lev '1 tea principal stin ks, ('los
ing active and on the un grade.
Atehisan. vv; : preferred. WO: C. &
.. 47 U : C. & S.. IT.: preferred. 61V: sec
ond preferred. C. C, C. St. L..
IMi?; : Ki-ie. Great Northern, lS7,,i:
Manhattan. KiR-V ; Metropolitan. 1f.3;
Missouri Pacific. l'C-; Pennsylvania.
H;'-; New Jersey Central. lHHi; New
Yoi k Central. !.: St. L. Hz S. F.,
j-i ef.-rred. n:1'S : second pref c ixed. 7f-S;
St. 1'aul. Southern Pacific.
I'liimi Pa inc. itH: Amalgamated Cop
per. TP.: Anaconda. Sii'-j; Sugar.
Fnited States Steel, 4-i1-;: preferred,
f":-: Western Union, fd's.
Fnited States refunding 2s, registered
pud .coupon. l-tS-i: registered, Vt!:
ci:pan, Ii'l-: new -is, registered and
c otipon, ; old -Is, registered and
coupon. 111"-: ."s. registered, li7; cou
Nov. York, Jan. S. The local copper :
; market was quiet, lake, 12. 12V. for :
snot ; electrolytic. $12, and casting,
' SU 51. 1-ondon sjiot c-opper, 47. 10s;
t futures, 147. 17s. 6d. Lead dud ani un-
changed here at 4c and at London un-
changed at U. 10s. Spelter Firmer, spot !
g noted at $1.40. London spelter uny
i changed at 16, 10s. Lar silver. Me.
; Mexican dollars, HV4c.
G.I1AIN and rnovisioxs.
I C-hicag. Jan. S. A nervous lising,
, and falling of ihe w heat market, which j
, seemigly tri-nl to follow the antics of ;
i the foreign market, led ihe grain pits ;
today. At the clore May wheat had a.1
! gain cf 't ic. fay corn remained un-
I changed and May oats were up 'fi-!6e. j
Provis icns closed us shade to ro higher. ;
j May vh?ct ooened at S.lie to S3TkO, I
j jumped to S4-Vv, declined to SSVj and
j clfised at SPttc. i
I May corn opened at CTc, soM as high !
' as GTb-c and closed at CTl&c. j
I May tijtis opened and closed at 4fis ;
HIDES AND WOOL.
Jan. S. Hides
I Buckeye Land
Highly improved with
f two water rights for on)-
NEW MODERN RESIDENCE
Now beiug completed on
For Rent February 1st, 1902
X at reasonable figure.
: Center and Adams
EAI m n Til DM lUMh
1 LLtmmiS iU fi H8SfIH
Fate of Nicaragua
The Morris Amendment, Authorizing the President Under
Certain Conditions to Select the Route, Apparently In
Favor Senate Committee Makes an Announcement
of its Course in the Matter of Private Pensions Bills.
Pensions to Widows of Officers to be Scaled Down.
Washington, Jan. S. The debate on
the Nicarnguan canal bill in the house
today developed a sentiment in favor of
giving consideration to the recent offer
of the Panama company to sell its fran
chises and property for $40,00.0it0, this
sentiment taking the form of advocat
ing the Morris amendment to empower
the president to select the latter route
if the canal commission, upon consider
ing the company's offer, recommends it
and the required concessions can be ob
tained frcm Colombia.
Of the s teen members who spoke to
day nin a favored the Morris amend
ment. It was agreed that the general
d !a t e should c lose tomorro v at -o'cloc
k, alter which the bill w ill be open
to debate under the fi ve-ivdnute rule. A
f.nal vol--" will probably be taken tomor
row. Among the s p ?a ke r s tod a y w a s
Hurgess of Texas, w ho argued for the
bill in i ts present form. Mr. Hurgess
represents the Oa Ives ton district.
PENSIONS HARD TO GET.
Washington, Jan. S. During the con
sideration by the senate today cf pri
ate legislation, some important state
Gormau TJuRniiiicuslyNoirsinaiod far
Annapolis, Jan. S. Ai ihur P. Gorman
end Chairman Murray Yandivar of the
dein jcratie state central committee
Wi-re selected as democratic nominees
for l"nitd States senator and state
treastuer res pec tivtdy at the riemo
ciatie caucus held tonight. Senator'
Gorman's election was unanimous and
enthusiastic. There were sixty-four
members present, and sixty-one is sutli-
cirnt to elect on joint ballot. No other ;
r.f.mes were mentioned in the caucus.
The? republicans held a caucus in the j
rdternoon and nominated Congressman
William H. Jackson for I'nited States
: enator and Gen. Thoma-s J. Shryoc k cf .
Haltimori for state treasurer.
THE FUNERAL OF
. MRS. E. B.
Special Ssrvices Will Be Held nt
Present t. Ariz., Jan. S. (Special.)
Private funeral services in memory of
Mrs. K. K. Gage will be held at th? resi
dence of Mr. K. P. Gage here Thursday
morning at 1P20, that being the same
hour at which services will be held in
San Francisco. Mrs. Gage's close
friends have been invited.
For the convenience of friends from
Congress. Phoenix and other southern
points the service will not begin till after
the arrival of the train from the south.
I P.arcelona, Jan. 8. The metal work
1 ers arrived at an agreement with the
steady, employers and the strike is conse- j
' cjuently ended.
The Evans Loan and Investment Go,
ESTABLISHED SEPTEMBER 15. 1885
Lend Money on Improved Real Estate
Have for sah an extensive list of improved and unimproved city, suburban
! and country realty, contr.inin many attractive offerings, Tvliioh is furnished
on application. JIAVK MANY ItKSIDKXCES FOR SALE AND FOU RENT.
Tender Their Services to Conservative Money Lenders
.J. W. EVANS, C J. CORNELL.
PreaiJent. het relary.
NO'H. I ANDa W. WASHIKaTON 8TREBT
THE PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK
Tnid-nn Capital, Jluu.tXW. (Surplus anil Undivided Profits, .T.0(V).
K B. CACK, lT'.-Eiilpnt. V. W. PKM UERTON. Vice-President.
". J. HAJ.l,. Cashier. T,. tt. LAUIMKIt. Assistant I'Hshicr.
Stecl-iir.ed Vaults and Stel Safety Ieposit ISoxcs. Ocneral Liankins Business.
Drafts issued on :11 principal c'ties'uf the world. Directors Jas. A. Fleming, C. J.
Hull. O. 1!. Hi. Iirnond. A. f. Gage, B. llcyman. P. AI. Alurpliy, li. &I. Kerry, E. U.
Oai;e, ,T. V. I'emterton.
HOME SAYINGS BANK AND TRUST CO.
CHARLES F. A INS WORTH, TTrwi.-nt. S. M. McCOWAN. Vice-President.
R. II. fiRKKNE. Secretary.
Atithorljred Capital Sl Pti.DiH). Hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Interest on df-posils. No cbm'nission on loans. Hnph li. Price. Cashier and Treas
urer. Iirrtora Charles F. Aiusworth, S. M. McCowan. liush II. Price. W. C
Foster. H. li. Ore lie.
NTH IN KQUSE
Canal Bill May Be
ments were made by Mr. Gallinger,
chairman cf the committee on pensions,
in respect to the regulations adopted by
the committee to govern it in the con
sideration of private pension bills. He
announced that none but absolutely
meritorious cases would be presented to
the senate for Its consideration and
that the closets scrutiny would be given
by the cemmittee to every bill intro
duced. He said that no pension except
ing $".o a month would be rocemmended
by the committee for the widow of a
general officer and pensions for widows
of other officers would be scaled down
The interesting case of Dr. Lazeare,
who at the instance of the Johns Hop
kin university went to Cuba and sub
mitted himself to inoculation with yel
low fever through mosquito bites and
died from the disease thus contracted,
was brought to the senate's attention
by Mr. McCon.as, who inquired whether
Pr. Lazeare's widow would be entitled
f a pension.
No decision was reached, but it was
the opinion of Sena tors Gallinger and
i oekrell that the case had no pension
. IN WYOMING GULCH
. Supposed to be the Slayers of Sheriff
Casper. Wyo.. Jan. 8. Deputy Sheriff
K'-nnedy and his men think they have
churles Woodaru jiiid one or more of
the men who were implicated in the
kibing cT Sheriff Pic ker surrounded in
McDougles gulch. Kennedy followed
the trail to th? gult'h, which Is located
In t he Rattlesnake mountains, and
thirty men are now guarding the
escape. Kennedy is not expected to re
turn before Thursday.
A man arresu-d by Deputy Cell and
biouaht here as Frank S. Foole proves
to be Jeff Franklin, and Foote is stiil
at large. Clarence Wood aril and Frank
lie testified before the coroner that they
w.re not at the scene of the shooting,
hav ing lef the rest of the party before
the killing occurred. They gave the
orPcials such information as they had
ot the movements of the other two
escaped prisoners. The excitement csn-tiniic-s
and summary justice is not un
likely should Kennedy return with the
murderers of Sheriff RIcker.
THEY FOUND SAND
Denver, Colo.. Jan. 8. Work on the
Arnold oil well near Boulder, Colo,, and
about thirty-fiv? miles from this city,
stopped today at a depth of 2.S0O feet,
and it was announced that the drill
had passed through lor feet of oil pro
ducing sand, which is claimed to exceed
a ny oil sa nd bed ever d isco vered in
The work of casing the well will be
begun at once. There Is much excite
ment over the discovery and a. number
of wells will be started within a feu-days.