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IE A EPU TA7ELFTII YEAR. PnOENIX, ARIZONA, M OX DAY MORNING, FERRUARY 17, 1902. VOL. XII. 3STO. 275. JBIZONA BJ B1IOAN jl j: SOiETHIKG WILLBEOBiO ! APfflO REPRESENTATIVES! The Present Week Unusuei Activity .. . . ... t--ii The First Thing Will Be the War Revenue Reduction Bill, . -mr TTrt. Wnose Passage Is a Foregone Conclusion Mr. Wheeler Likely to Be Taken to Task for His Attack Upon Nations With Which the Country Is at Peace Later in the Week the Anti-Anarchy Measure Will Come Up. "Washimjt.in. -ii. Th wet-K pn.ii.ist-s to l ' lie oi o-iivily Pi th" r.it.s--.. reer ii:nis'.i:: ! I '( giniiine- t :,r.r : :w r 1th t ir:i lell wrl P i.r.si-ae of Hih biM i war iK. n up. t' ! Hi e Iri in. as ill - ir.ia-.'iiry . . mo rs well as til.- majori; t'av.ir A, o i i:r'-nee he' m.? :. s to t i. un t i h- i t i a :t in 1 ; r i 'in in v. u Ilif t;t! i;T i i: n s siioiiht yu. Aside froii; the ii.'i'V is. n -. ii v,. be no surprise i:' ih-- s,-:i -;m :::t 1 spe- h 'f IN'j.reSi lit.'.ti' e W I -v of Kc:mi"-k on I'rim e Henry's ami otb.-r I" o - i is?ii ir.i'ilers sh-.rld liure : the .t's eussjon. as miicli fe. Iihl: lia b " i rouse: by th- si...-t h. The i ndia (i appn i ia ; i n i s 1 1 u i i! b t.i k'-n up en i ei:l:! v. i i li i !". f- i! ppropriat ion bills, m; !',! i.tii- an-1 eonsiiiar. and th - t'-sti :r':e bill, in re s rve. Tht-re an- sever;;' i n ;rt an t ni.-e. -ui ; t h UNIFORM SYSTEM rnn M iyy VH Rll lUn tlArfl I ftfiba Regulations Regarding Private War Inspired by Naval Oonstruetor. W'ar hin:;l-it:. 1" ". !-i - I'm 1 -mi -i by S.f r t -n r i.'arii.n-; wnaT v.nrk Ji!;' at .tti n n : t nav. yard'; : ro.v; -d -eisi'! rabb- int ' l li -re b. t hi.-" it v m ; "Jc-! p.-r-livli.- .-HIM- able .' tl: in lay b. bind il- pi' o.iulua i'ia. S-e li. li iv. -.t. api.ais not i ":. ;ae Ad " i-i'i : I I v , ehi"f v.: t 1 as ' -1 a i M'."4' : t - :h -t ha hi. r - -i' t ! 1.1 t-n-,S d it." is--Ui!!:e . A- l-'ITJ-I ca'. r n.iib"V it bar U- -n th ruMatv. of tl: !' parUii"!H to allow work t i b.-I"-rf. rni d a: iri vernn-ent van:- that could trot be do::-, at r.i.y 1. 1 h r pi: in the vi'iniiy. This b. s b---:i i unt ied simply a a matt r a - a n ::c i ' a -I it in, a ie I as : r iV-.Tiuii.-ni pa: i th - full i' il s -ir- -in i:i liv 1 ".iliiy ! e.iiKM.t si . tiv ih"i - ul'l b any o-jj" tton. "'I ii'- priiu-ipril ii :;i " this labor has bc-f n th'it e: ti n i;ir'r. For" in.-ta u- . there is only diy um k !: the ;, ite t oas t. that at 'v ! .-- ail. ; . a iei! some f.f t h - f a : . --- -Is in un: waters can ! - '' . !, an l it is imt t ousid. r. d imp i to a ! '. ' vv :1ns pi-- c of id--r:t pr ij- riy io I"- u:-"d that purpose. Tie- Aui va !hi - :-teamer S. 1'a :!. In th" :-a'u- .ey. clocks at the N v. V : k navy yard. There lias n-vvr i. - n '.iia-Kip' fvi; any souice f.r-i tl- - priVM - h:i:? ir ' b.ifll abllS.-d. Ti.. l-iett-;- -v. T.. the present has i,ot b--- ,i ca" . i -red b Farina Now , Open X Located irx tte Capitol Adijtior 'X. at end e" ear line -" IO minutes 3 r i -v - from V center of city X 1 llfl'l nf Bisnntio nstlitll'S. -: M.-inilirilT T to l f. t I 'till. '- WfiKliiii i !'' ':'-' "I"1" a X lut of I i ) v- o'stri' l: i llii kK jilt . h.it'hi-1. onl;. :i t--v ii:iys ul'l. .-iml :i li'-r.l .if N'Jtliiiin iistri'-Iir-s X jn:'t :irrit'. .-iftcr :i two ii;oi.tli' .ty:i.'. Iiiivini? Ii.-fn l:::?nt.-il ilir.-.-t fi-i.ni tin? N:ilii;m iJt-s.-rt to I'lio.'iiix. VISIT our salesroom and see the pret iest display of cstrlch feathers to be seen in trie I'liltetl States. Ostrich plumes", tips, hoaS, : colln rs. fans, pompous, hair nov- elt iff? anil, ip f.; t, everything m:ile out of o.-trn h reatner. : Admissi n L.j cents. Open daily, includinr Sundays. : ' Will Be One in the House of i i f t 'iii' inna i i, Covington and Newport now r;iy te.- w.ek:i:-ii will be iavtdved. .. - I. gislat ior. inw ready for Thi tieal-fe onn-s from a lispute of .--. b-r:.i.. n. ir. biding the ami- ;'nit-d Hivwvry Workers and the ...i.-n bv I. iil and th - a.itie bill. ; Station, ry Kncine-rs" tiniitn. as i.i '!!.. int-Mi. i. h."ev v. i. nut to on-iwhi'n 'ihilii lllVt' "'trol of the eii id --.- n ia! n" enr -s 1 , ag as - K 'n':p aiH' t"i-ennii employed in th" any a i -i 1 ' Vi'i 1 1 to . i l.ilb ; i ariin n n:it t I mi-: ix;s;i r'::-:.'rv. i, ' us 1 1 i ! - Ifi'i. K.- 1i. -T'i' ;;r.-..t.-l' i.ari oi the 'lay on M.iti.l.iy will l- ile i.i .1 . : 1 dy :he y.:i..t. to an efToit t ti'tily.lh- n:'it "iih 111. iiiai k fir tli.- . -Sii'll .! in i'rlli'.sil W. 'I l'.ili.-. m j. ,,. t ; i . 1 1 a v. : . ! the i-.-.Miii- t ini- i ii ;:t" liii! Aill li. . l i-i - -' tue l.itl Tllel-e .!. S.ill a f W ' Sl'i'i'rli,-! to !, .ie. i -ii :! I I'll'. I 'lit most . i lie ., r;:, s t-.um.N . : of ie- il.'- , Piotoii;-.. Pel). 1:. oe lianilie.l ali.l l ate v iii 1.- In i o". !!y !!iianiinitiK ion- ' M'l'-' inoai:i,-.l inlann ymen rtnlle pa the . bill i'! lie ilispos.-.l of trvltil:-; Klip vwer. miiiiI .a' Jollanni-i" :.tt liie lianisii tr ay i:p.I In-fore tile burs, on I V'nuia ry 11'. .on rorni le.l a tin- I'hiiii i i::e hill i-i tak -a. . farn house, wli. n- .1 iviis iioors wei" in tii'iititr- . i-inirle l:-ier ' hr-ok - away from the hons-- ami the ;l:leli m v. . 11 t. nil I tli-.tiixli; that it wonlit Itrilis'h it irt"rl in lair.-iilt of him. Th-1 l'.:; ' a naii .1111 system so Her llilulie.I a :.i-o .t ie ritiJh l'--1-re;nnii'lalils arils arid low IliK- immediately a heavy fir hit the ? i l I h:.v b -fL.r them ex- ' j in:: ".: tion- bv w oi. h t r;- y could 1 ).'-' h-w t:r they ,,.u';d : im I: m. Thi.; i ' .ill thi r is ' y T. ;r! ' in tlii f i il.TII. :h i :' t 'i.i r i Van: .. !i.. Feb. PI. Jatri: s J. .1 i "ti:.. of l'llsburr. i , r Hairisbnm ye-fr- 'h- 'M i M t I ; r eame ! t h" i:i,ii.i'.'d "r the olo o ai - heillh. I"'- ( ; ejy.-l. o ! a t n. a :i lT!lli t 1 I a ' a. ni - 1 -in. h hi-- : .ril 1 1 'I! i ' i : .i 1: "1 I: A. f . a-: It i' i ;- in mv P (". " ."t r ;. i d h was : u of ::p'i;le:y and UNDER MARTIAL LAW TOWN OF TRIESTE The Riots Are the Gravest Ever Pre cipitaLcd in Austria . I'K'- I , ; of th trlk- martial law has been j ASlOK- the made. l"i) ar- .-ts il.'i Si-:i:mrs si itatkin. 'i"(inj. Fi !. Pi. -The ri;is at TViesP-th:- ,; i,est that ha v r.apienei m .nstria in many years. Th ordinal Strik" is sr. J ose I l be tie- J'.!t .iiei of : :ciaHsf' an.i ananhit ;:;iiaii n. I ur 1 ia" Fi'iti o-'V iids twelve p.rso:iR wei--Kiil-1 are! t v. . -a l y-f i v wound m1. while on S.jtu:' i; f-.ur p -r-'iis met il atii. I iihni. a prijec c( . :titi : ir'sion . Si.:n:- ! i "icrt s cr the o--ci: rein s say that over " i- -i j."p.---. n wie wouml -'i. There is H lena. Mont.. Feb. PI. Harold M. bi'b' de;;bt that :h trjaps wer. over- Cole, assistant snoei inien lent if th" ha;ty. Fast Helena smelter and one of the ! Tli" rr-i' hsiay: votvd a practical cf-n- most prominent mining men of iiie : --.ii'.- an iii - R't ernieeiit .'or pe! ml 1 1 iii state. lits dead at an undertaker's es t: - tua ps t to t jh- ni'.b. All ac- ta 1I i.- h va en t . ami Hivia Mayn- iVde, 'Miits (b-ycribe the li'it;- as ii vidii- his wile, jt; at her home, mortally ri'eu-v oik hr-.. k." wounded, the re.udts 'f shat ; lired by "! - a .duet cfiunei! v.-.is hiirrietliy her husband. .il I oi Saturdr.y i;iht and obtained; Th tragedy 'acurr;-d this evening nt ' i a s...e tit.n of Finp -ror Francis the resident of the couple. Th-re were .ieeph t i sii.-p -ml civil law at Trieste ' no witrasses of tie- tr..Kedy. and the ..i:d la.uiv vit lasted in tn, vicinity, while tin ; ti I ir.nt; cif trnops uerp clruft-1 Tri. . -l . What, however, had a: . rieci in utiietitiK the city was . i - al ih aim uncemnt of an arbitration the hmiiann lourui rome cmn-sp m iriliuual in favor of the strik-. ien e helonpitiK t. hi-; wife, and that r PAN Ffiii THK H AHIIOr:. i X.-ri - v Ksv-a-, e of Mrs. TM -asants of , i It :ta',r, From Iltdnir Urowned. ' I d:.!ttiii!oi.. F'-b. ;.--M!r.. John Fleas who is v. 1 1 - .v. n socially in this I :-?:d ttther c iti hal a narrow escape iron sei i ius injury in a runaway an! d'-:;t ht.rilv b for. r. on t-- lay. As it , w: s. sh a:: imrl- d t'r.;r. h r carr::ip-. j ctit tin th t: :.-h a-i.l hrui.-ed. Whde ; driving al n-r (;(.iie:i str-et, near 'hvs- . l in V -:rri::e r.f .Mrs. H tiry I'. ; Kn:Uh. h c moth.-, o: ( f tiv htirses ! Il on tiv ice. This fritrht 'lied th, ihr ho :- Mill w ii ii t i: a i: boa I w hich id fall -:i r cr.vcr 1 his feet bath bean t i 'un. ; They rvdu d ci'tw :i ( ; m;h street to ; Ann. There they turned and male for : th harbor. The serioii.;t'?s of the situ- ;pon w;s mi i 1 when J antes 1 t i' '(!!!!)i:r. th ' coa' hiii;i ii. w as thrown from the vehicl l.vin-r n.-rnvs thf ' of IS.imlny.s wharf, at the fi.nt I A i.M fire . :i lihiTik u liii li is ...!.-:. Tin ii.- .n, iw iiii.ir oi merml an, Wl!ie l oiti-r. who triod to ;. v. hai l. M-. n th who -N of the v.ir- ona them. - Tin; outlaws made a i imkc strtK k the phink iiolh hursos wre j suvatfe attack on IVtmty Charles Lane, ,..;.) thrown, and .Mrs. IMasant.s was hurled I who was seriously wounded. from the (TirriiiK-. This probably saved i h r fli.lile iK iilff carried into tin- harbor ' and (Iinwncil. , o- I thi:i:v: nvNA.Mrn-; intu s.U.oox. Went in Thrnusli Fanlight ami Tore a Hole in tl)' Floor. ; New York. Feh. Sornehody threw i what sems t i have In en a dynamii I earn i'le over a fanlight into Jolyi i Kilinunay's sa'oon. (irund street. Jeirey ity, last night. 1 1 explode !, snia.sl.ing a plate lass wlmlo-vv, t:ar injf a hle ahnut a foot in diameter in . the floor and shattering several Kinases ' behind the bar. No one was injured, i What appeared to be tuo innoeer.t j liokinic firecrackers were found on . the fddev.alk alter the explosion. The polite v.vt-p suspicious of them and im ! merged them in a pail of water. !'o- I Captain Cody was sure that sunn-thin;,- more powerful than a tir.-- , crack i- ("ut'.l the damage in the sa- . i. Kiimurray said i- h:;,i net urn let stand why anybody should want ,n Mow him 0 A UKKWIXil AKFAIIi. ' i nelniiati. (V, Feb. p. The brewers V:i t i SMOOTH BOERS A SUCCESSFUL TRAP By Which British Officers and Jfcea Were Lured to Bestracti'-n. i.ppr.?' utnn them from tliiv.- Kiups. The ITriitvh found them..i v.-s in a ;.t ."!'i ;ti a Irvin v. tier they 'V , unable in nnkn any di"-r.y.. I'iht tf the ?:rp. isil ofn -i s mad a ;,.i!l;it'.t ef folt a ad "iii Jed the ii.Ili' il h a v- bine- an i ri'V.ilv.'iN i.atd o. i ;i..iv. i-'.l. Th" ;r:isii had (vo op. et s and ten men Vdi"i :;!:d --evej;ii t!ti -t-rs and i'oriy i.i: a v.'.endd. t f il t'L" for e iii'l ti '.i II ' '. ' i' t . i' of a l 'tl--"'- " " A N' T I i Mil ItJASTIM; I.jador.. I'eb. !;.-- l.-e.l Kit. Ii-ir-r, ill addiiian fo l --J.orf iiu;' t -ii,i tiver ; f:'aiT-. .-s: A ;-.tity frori the Squill A.I'i i'-an o:.: taauiai y ire- oa the r-ivaie rivei e:-eou ti t er-d on February 10 a ?':per'.er l.a'.i- of the en--mv ii'-ar '. .1 t ond a rle. k arid w::s dii"en baek v. i-b Itjyn. A S I . K I C I ! I V; ACi'iPKXT. H: rse Fan Away anl Hurled Occu pants Against Tel Graph Pole. F.ast Pa.. F !. py th .r htns run Tii n away ;:iui hurling their sbdjii arain.-i a t-d"i;raph pole. Misses Mary tartlaial and K-Mha C.i tin and -J on n I- -anty of I 'hi liipMuirjj. N. J., w ere se "i dy i-.jur-1! at 1 o'clock this iiiornii.f,'. Thr women are at th" hospital. Miss MC;:-in is suff -rim: from a irash in the heud ami r:i:i. iiss::.ii of the brain and her ( t,nd: tion t;; serious. M iss lart- l;;:id's !- was fractured and K.anly was mjuired ab:ut the h.al ;inl hotly. HELENA TRAGEDY OEAD AND DYING A Husband and Wife-The End of a Domestic Quarrel. wile is so scriora.iy tnjure.i that sn i ' i J Mtii ;ihlo tn l:i;i!ti- 'le.V st:i I oincut i- tiw nt tne iot oi tn- woman was a number of letters. Th fheory is that . th. r. was ly. a tp! irrel and then the trafce. INVITiNtJ Tunrm.i:. PcstofTi. o clerks Disregard j the Fre:.ioe.u s hder. i Chicago. Feb. p;. The Chicago Fed-i elation of Iyibor t d iy ad'ipted reso- i ! ut iuns present d t i that body by the j Chicago PostofPco 'ler -is union, urging i congress to pass legislation for a j she; i t i r work day for employes in the posta I servi -e. Today's movement is sa id to be t he 1 lirst action of ilv kind .-ime the recent Sweeping order of Pre-ident Koosev'1.! j in regard to postal employes going to, congress far 1 "iiat ion. ' NKilllO (H TI.AUS Kjl'.M'Kll. ; Sijint'ti'i'Villi-. Fin.. Feb. III. llendy j Wilson unit Julius (fni.Iw iriti r.ntoriouM . II. .t-l-l, llltl;iv-r .-cr-lll l fi-.klll Irli. i-lil ..,.,. ,,,.,.. ..,f,',. kniim- l... Ci-i.n..ni oite of tilt must protninont ytllnjf men in town, nntl v..iun.Iini4 (ii-.Tf Staf- BIG TOBACCO FIRM BOUGHT I Combine Secures Large Chi I cago Firm From List i of Independents In Line With Plan to Absorb Out siders and Prevent Forming a Strong Kival- Japan May Be in Competition. t New Yirk. Feb. Id. An oflicial of the j "ominent:it Tnlmccu company, a sub- i sidiary com rn of the Consolidated To ' baeeo tompany. t onilrms the report ! that the Ccntiiier.tal has purchased thi plant ami i;:od will of Spaalditip & j :;niek of Chicago. The plant is ton 1 Ftdered a very Important one. It was . b iir.ed today that th 1 Consolidated e i.i pa ny is nesoi iatin for the pur j ch ise of oth r Independent plants t hroiiKhcut the c ountry, and that its li'.al. the Universal Tobacco company, is a'-o active in this lint. The statement was made some tlmr ri:t t a nuivm'-iit tas on foot to j eotisolidute the independent to'ojiet ti ' e moaiii s of tiie Unii.-d States, ami it wriiild njifir ir that tlie so-cailed toiiacto om I tine is ond-a vorintf to bit it k the plao by pm-chasintr the be:Jt plants on th" n ark t. Y itiiin the past six r.ionths somet'nins' li1: a h:; if d' X 'n itHiepenl't:t tobacca an ..r i. !-. ha v - passed el t her to lie e-.uiioi of th- C, olida.ted Toliacco uiipa;iy r to tl: Universal. S tni" arinouneem-:it oneernin' t lie pbtii of ih" lommiitee in i hare of the 1 ;itT:,!rs of the Havana Commercial com p .ny Is t xi'iM t I in a few days. It is mi i than lik iy that the opteom.' will ie a ciii'si Ii'1;! t ion of the Universal, f ia vnn.i Con i inert ial and Henry Clay IV . k t;!npani.'s. When the merger pi : lis of tii" lati.-r Ki'oup of tobacco in i r .-ls an om p!et :d an Jivirresi ve campaf'en for a part of th?f tobacco ibnsii;;r;; r,f Ivtirei-e will be b'nn. I:: view ,f the camfain f American t ibaet o i ; M.iiUli"S for F t h C li i'Vint-; i'iihii the ' .T .la .iii is of i nt -rest : "A'V.. ri an ih::frn int ;.i p. i in R,. tiri a iip- n i b" riai ..t" iradt y. A!' th. y h.ave sikc ur p.-; ;n trad '. II ial 1 Kub. rests have noi cnmplele bald rf tiii-i ttiiin '.d'Mi in dolnr 1im- b -.mi tn huav.ii . a Tisli: t a bi a i:ds .!" eitrnr. 1 1- i the sale of the "impuiy's own i Japan. From oi.r kn;,w ritr of the tra.le we ca n in trust haw not y-t ut of Japan worth say I hat tli-' A On i maile ; i:y protit sj -' i kiutr a born . ""11 joini M in a Ann ri a n company iM very ; .isi!y InV'- cditai:iLil ;ibso ctm.ir.aiel ( f tiie whole cisar.-lie 1 1 -ad of Japan by a re la i i vt ly sinaii i'Vpt-jriifJ. Trie comldlle Secured two :f ib lai ' st ;h" Iar -st and the thin! h l-f." t fa. t-a i.s in Japan. The secon! 1 rj., st is I-ft out. That is a factory ma .Mi iii'l iirinK1 t rom nat i ve tobacco, and it d- -s an emamous trale. ' The ct'mbin ran away w ith the Idc i that il could kill many important in- nd :it omp:t!ii"s fir freeze them whereas they an- still in existence , out. and . Mur; ccntinu t i compete with the i t a m pa ny. The Americans have net succeeded in ita reasintr urai .-' hrisint-ss. or if they have, it has oniy b. ! by the addition of their own brands P Murai's. -ine toliacco manufacturer expressed th v: w that if a strong Knuiish ttj hacc'i t ompany. -.uch as Wills. h;i .1 sut'it ient c-nterpi-lse to com al'nr to Japan w ith a sum of perhaps 1' .M to I ut f:uo tiie country, it miht mak" a very paying ihintr 'f it. ami ev;n drive out the American combine, or at least efftttunlly prevent its capturinjr the en; if trade. It thus app'-ars that the first att'-mpt to exploit foreign capital in J;ii:m in conjunction with Japanese has nt.t lie:ii completidy successful, al thoutrh it is impossibi tti be positive on this point. "As a inatl'T cf fact, we have reason to belt -ve i ha i at this time a year apo the representatives of the trust in Japan w re very w.-il satistl.-d with the progress t h joint company's interests were making. "As a matter of fac t, at the present mrment th: Murai-Anierican company is havini? a sharp fisht with one of ihe bis rival Japanese concerns Iwaya's and t lit la t i"r has by no means had the worst of it up ta the present." - o BATANGAS CLEAR j OF REBELLION It Is Feared, Though, That Aras of "Rebels Have Besu Sent Elsewhere. Manila. Feb. lti.-Henernl Bel! his practically cleaned up the insiirrcctitii in F.n Lunges provinc e, the tn;ps under his commaiHl having iiiade a cvan i sweep tif the district, u is not -1 iieved that all the insurgent arms , have been apiured or : .rrend -led. but ! l;a t a number of t heal have been t.ikca : by the insurgents to other nrovim es or safely hidden. Wmit has been sail oi i .at a ngas pro vine e, a ppi ocual!y t Ijaguua. a Imos A. .1. ITS'.vN KNOCKED DOWN. . C;it Into a Fii!ht Willi a M:in Who Was , Tryjnp tt I'rownt a Kipht. Plninlicl I. N. J.. F.-h. in. As a result of a sp-ii-s of petty 'iilnrrels. Arthur J. t'lisnn. the local inmiuKiT for il shoe syndicate, lies in his rocm at McKey's hotel in a precarious condition from the cff.H Is of a Mow on the head which ha received in the Koselle cafe last niftht. His nssaillant. John HutT. a bartender in another saloon, was arrested and later released on $.".000 bail for a hear ing a w-k from today. 'hrfstopher Hock and Upson quar reled over a check. Huff endeavored to i -panne the men. Boon he and Upson .inched. Then followed the blow, which i i Fnt Upson to thd- tlnor. He was un i co;is i(.us and has remained so most of (the time sine-. It is b lieved by the 1 physii ia ns t hat lie has concussion of ! th? brain. mixers riot again. Hostilities Renewed in Madisonviile, Iteion Ky. . Nashville. Tenn., Feb. lfi. News i reeh?s here tonight from KarllnRton land Madisonville. Ky.. that the strik ; inK miners are preparing for a renewal ; of hostilities and that the coal opera ' tors have uK-aln put on a heavy force . of 7iuirls. President James i". Vools is very ative since his return from the annual meeting of the United Mine Workers at Indianapolis, where he se i cured fndoisement of the strike. Ther is talk of dynamitinpr the mines and i destroying prtiprty by fire. The miners recently trie.1 to wreck ' tiains, ciidinK last ni ;lit in an attack ; with stones upon a Kouisville Ar Nash ville s win h ( npinc hauling non-union , coal from Karhaion. Many threats are Iteint made. n: i'K.n i unci v KATHKr:. Washin;Tt in. Fell, an 1 Arizona Fair : K.-NV-.V Mexieo ilomlay an! Tues- ' day: varlahio wimls. i LOCOMOTIVES0 IN COLLISION t i The Baggage Car Was Split in Two by Engine Tender. bit hdtd.l. 'II . F. li. 10. Two i mi t death and live were injured in a rear nd collision m-ar hei t ween the Iiamond Spet ial," rsons J totlay ! :ere, be- j of the I freight Viable in i heail of ; r imv- I lino is I'.'iitiiil r tad and a tram. The t ollision is rma that th" fast passenger was the fr. iiht and both trains v. in;:. The pa: i- lowly h-TaUM-loconiid i m-'s r..e sender was trave oT some trouble in i nanism. inp : tile : TIMS WAS IIFAD-ON". .Mj. diatltown, la.. Feb. 1'.. - Four lives wer hist in a head-on coi lisi-n on the biw.i c. D;;aI railroad ni::r c.if- ford today, a liviu eiiKin' crashing inii a piist-eMKer tram. m:y in: j.vi: im::.!-;x Kr.i.i.Hii Poston. Mass , Feb. It!. One 1 of tiie ' ! moist d'diKhted younj? women in Mas- ' sachus tts today was Miss Helen Kel- , lr. iiie lintel blind student at Pad-; j .Jiff e. when she was preseni-Ml with a Poston terrier thr.e.ish the kindness of I her f 'aoolmates and friends all over ! the count .-. The !o?f is to take the i place of her pet s;i niel. I dxie. killed by tht: cars at i'h mbridKc last full, and ' j it c ame in the nature of a -ew ard ' for J I her baiil work in the mi l-year exmi- nations at Path liffe. just completed. , Sir Thomas is the name of the ter- ! , rir and he comes from bUiod stock, j j H am accjuaimed with his new' n k nm-tiess wne:i sne viiletl k-miels at Newton last -ll Ur. .moii s and notic.c t e t e" svmnat tii ic at tacliment which S'-emetl ti spi-imr up then, friends lormed the dan of purchasing; Sir T!ior,i;;s for her. When told that i he doi w as her pi'-ipei ty. Miss Keller t ri'd aloud : "is he reallv mine? Is he really mine? Thank vou so much, tlear fi iends He will embady your lovine tlnniKhts and make me very happy." REBELS SUCCEEDING IN VENEZUELA Ai Engagement in Which the Govern ment Troors Were WorsteJ. ; WUler.-.st.-id. Island of Furtura. Feb. IC. Sad news for the Venezuelan i?uv rrnment has lieen received from the (Interior country. There has been new and numerous ufi isinirs in tiie stat- of arahobr. whither the government iias sent a number of soldiers. T nere w ere twn'enf.-mentsyesterday near 'tda le 'urn. be; ween the ko -eminent forces and the revolutionists under General Fiera. The government forces were completely routcl r.ntl a detac h.r.tent of them passed over to the side of ihe revolutionists. ...IMPORTANT... The agency of the Orient insurance Company Cf Hartford, Connecticut, ias Dccn transferred from Emest Walker Co. r , -r, tj j D Wight B. Heard, COriier (Vnfer rinc ArlaillS StS.. to! of! to iT.l,-,- oil iitimul nrfinimiiic ' . ... . ' -i ,"" i i should be paid, aud at wuose Office all business Ot the eom-l panj', of any nature, should! be transacted. ORIENT INSURANCE! COMPANY, of Hartford, Conn By D. C. OSMUN, JR., Special Agent. FOR SI Ador Lost His Job by Hanging to His Legion of Honor Decoration The Vanity of the President of the National Council Was His Undoing, Notwithstanding His Greatness in the Mountain Republic and His Popularity All Switzer land Is Applauding the Action of the Government in His Case A Lesson to All Who Subserve. ' Uondon. Feb. is. The teb'jrraph hn ! briefly infoini -d somewhat punzled Ku- ! rope that M. (J. Ador. tiie president of j th.- Swivs n.:ttonM cauncil. has been eoinpelp'd ;.i resijen th:uuse he refuse! ' t- rciuin to 1 -resident l.oubet the dec- i ti-ati.t:i of c.innd tfi-cr o." the L.eKton of Honor coiif-T. t-l on him i .r services ; ar C'n.iuisHioi;er general of tn Swis.-- 1 sec! i: in cif t he Furi -.position. The int i'teid aff ;r Is a timely Mininl v to! iiM.ir-rehif al thit'ope that ihe wis i i pet-pie an unal'eruoiy. Ib-ri-ely and 1 passionately repubht-an. It is almost impossible for o;itirlers , to unlerrtanl the tempestuous ajrita- '. j tiou which this appaiernly harmless i ; vai:ity of one man aroused from one! lend to unather of the little mountain n publie. It must be htii nc in thhid ! that M. Ador is no ordinary man. II ' has been regarded as Su it zerlair '. i r. a test sta lesnia n, and he rias been ; the t -hief of the liberal-censervatf ve ' party. . Article V of the f.-d.-ral t or.:-titutim foi bids officers, subordinate oliicers a ni sol'het s of the Sviss army from ' r ivijijr dreoraiions, tith s or pensions ! from any foreign stat.. Ai1 sl-a tnili- : tary service is bli"atry and u:i:vors.iI i bar prohioit ion a ppli"S to every citi- zen of itzer land. Home newr-papers, : . i:i defending or palltntinsr M- Ador' t timM: t. tleel;; i' th.at h? was not 1 1: ' i ui-iy possessinn sm h t::terdi ted t R IS ON END - AT CHILPANGINGD Ml; M -XI, t vails 1 small t een which t" ired ni insso, Feb. P i-late of t iU-'-riTO, ; Ureat ah.rm still pre- ere over the discovery of seven openings in the ni::ntain be this city" jind f nilapa. from smoke i isvuim;. It is that the eit.v" is in dr.:iKer of a prea ter pi tha n i h:; t recently x- ! peric:; ed. The terror ol j added to by at t ctirred between the inhabitants- v.as earthouake that oe 1 nnl 12 -yHuck this .-as severe enouch to city from Us slumber. n,ornin.. uhich th enti,-e TRAPPED BY HIS LOVE LETTERS Writes to Eis Sweetheart to Join Him and Is Arrestei. Philadelphia. Feb. 1. I.ove letters t3 h:s f v.eetheai t brought about the arrest in Fulumbus, Ia., of Moses F'riedman, who has been a fugitive since Christ- ! mas. II? is charged with havinjr stolen I diamonds valued at $it'J from S. Good- man. a eie-ar deal", at Kihlh and I rireen streets. - ; Fri dman. who is i'tt years old, lived rn Franklin street, near Columbia ave- ' I iu..'. with his parents. He spent much cf his spare time in CJocitr.an's store. Often he talk d of his sweetheart. Miss Ma Keed. who liv3 in Wilmington. t Mid man hail two diamond rings which he w ished to sell, and Friedman offered to dispose of them. As it later j appeared, he pawn.-d the jewelry fori $3u and immediately left town with the ! money. Cootlman nrtiiicd the city de- ! tec -fives and efforts were made to find ' the missing man. . Last week (i.Mjdman thought of the J girl in Wilmington. He notilied the do- j t ctivs. and one was dispatched to see ; her. F.y persuasion he got her to pro- j ciuc e letters which she had received ! from the fugitive. On-. of them was dated Columbus. ' Ttie Evans Loan and Investment Go. ESTABLISHED SEPTEMBER 15, 1S85 Len.l Money on Improved Real Estette"j Have for Kale an extensive list of Improved and unimproved city, suburban and country roalty. containinxr many attractive offerings, which Is furnbihod on application. HAVE MANY RESIDENCES FOR SALE AND FOR. RENT. Tender Their Services to Conservative Koney Lenders w. EVANS c. Jm Cornell, I'rcnldenl. Secretary IXO'H. I AMD f W. WAS4HIKGTON STREET THE PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK riiOF,NIX. ARIZONA. r-nM-up Capital. " v n-rl us and Un-'lvlde,! Profits. V nno. E. B. GAOB, l'residcnt. T. W. PEMIJERTOX. Vice Pres. and Acting Cashier. L.. R. LAKIMEIl. Assistant Cashier. Steel-lined Vaults and S.eel Safety Deposit Boxes. General Banking Busl i, ness. Drafts issued on all principal cities of the world. Directors O. I. Kitjimond. H. Heyman. F. M. Murphy. D. M. Ferry. 13. B. Gage, T. W. Pem berton, Jl. N. Fredericks, L.. 11. Chalmers, Frank Alkire. RILL MSS REPUBLIC finery. Consoauently the federal mili tary authorities have Just issued orders to rill cantonal military authorities and ehfefs of ivermr.ental d-partme.r.ts .to Turnlsb liMs of otflcern &ul sulwrtli n tie o.'Hcei-s who have rc-ived any ind of foreign dectn atioit fiint e 174. specifying the ehcunaitau5 in which it was Kiven. Arthle 1J will be ap pli"I strieily to persons d-etrated who will t-o:npe!led to return their f;rein f-dl.i ..r be riiroroai.ly tiis tlplined. AM Switis-'-rlaiid is frantically aft plauiling; tfiis at lion and the federal Kovernmrnt will have overwhelmi: popular support, in whatever measures .-re found necessary to purge t-ie arniy v.nl publiv fiftices of a taint io oiTenive to the nostrils of true republicans. Another little republic. San Marino, has just be-n petting her h-.iuse in or d'r. There exists in that republic as legacies of a fedual age such. anachron isms as dukes, inai't'Uiscs, count a, rul mff families, etc. The piunil t-ouiicil o f Sa n Marino has v. o w d ec reed t ! i a t ptebians as well a:- nuides have the rl'it to trke part in all fum tions of Lhe government veii to the extent of fillintr the post of repent or president, if duly elected. Tiller of nobility are net formally abolished, but it Is put clhi ially on Record that they are purely iH-nnnai and personal an! carry no in heieiit privtl -'t-a a; hert?tofon-. : nd be.?!? tl th jrir! to join him in Ct.lntTibus -w hh asl'-'d to lrok.for Friyni- hran, and as a reuult he was arrested, j Philadelphia detectives went down ta jbtinir the prisoner here. . WEDDED AS THEY STOOD IN SNOW Haltimore. Feb. 16. Standfr.fc in the snow, in an open field that overlooked th;- dividing line of Baltimr,i? and Car roll counties, lienjamin F. Martin and Miss Arrie Kate Smith made th? r--spouses to tho iuesi:ons propounded by the Itev. S. .1. Derr yesterday morn ins that made th." two nuui and wife. It was not an clopemmt. but the maniiei i:i which it all . came about was un usual. Mr. Martin secured a marriage licence at T wso:i Friday, but the girl lived in another county. When informed that the ceremony would not be legal unless it wbs p.?rfortr.( d in the county where the lice nse was issued. Mr. Martin re plied that his bride-to-be lived close- to the county road, and it would be tl simplr matter for them to step over to Parson Dorr's house and have the knot tide. The preacher lives in Baltimore c onnty. Friday ni-ht Mr. Martin re-reived an iniptrativ.- summons to Boston, so the young people started fcr the Baltimore county parsonage. Just before reach in sr the county line they met Parson Derr driving toward the home of a sick parishioner. The young people pleaded with him to return, but Mr. Herr rte- c dared that his duty called him to the j si. k bed. Theu the blushing bride whispered j srir.ething in her lover's ear, and be re ' plied, "Why. sure." He said to the par i son: "Can't ycu tie the knot right here or. at least, just across yonder road"." -The parson could and would. So they il drove back into ''legal territory. 1 The bir fur robe was placed on the ground like a rug and the young poopKs took their places. In just two minutes the minister bad done the trick, and premising to send the certificate to Boston, drove off, laying on the whip to make tm for the time lost, Mr. and Mrs. Martin took the 4 c.YWck train for the Hub.