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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 26, 1912.
PAGE SEVEN COMPLETELY FURNISHED 10-Aerc ranch, 3 miles from Center St.; Vs in alfalfa; 200 chickens; tine cow; good team; good h nse; sheds, etc. THIS Is worth the money. THOMSON-McCANDLISS CO. ',1 E. Adams St. Tel. 1010. KTJNZ BROS. AND MESSENGER Two Blocks South PHOENIX DIRECTORY Automobiles, Garages and Accessories APPERSOS & BU!CK CARS Arizona lofo Company, inc. Arizona Vtslcan .zing Wcrki Ahlquisf & Go. I. Parr n MIGHTY MICHIGAN '4C" REO THE FIFTH AND KRIT AUTO AGENCY ismi u.u Repairing, Comoany CASE Two Models 30 and 49 All Styles of Bodies McARTRUR & MORSE CO Phoenix Garage, 319 Central Avenue iiiiiiiti ii ruiiiiitisii Ford iotor Cars Franklin Autorno Oakland AuSomo Motor Su Mew State faicona bile bile pply Co. Auto Co. LfOUUiU 8 Hell lotor Car Harley-D avidson Over. CHAS. L. GILSON "The Devil, the Servant and Man." PHIL GODFREY Acrobat E. M. MAPTZ Illustrated Songs MOTION PICTURES Matinee Saturday 2:30 the E&3TiK53T3 Overland Car WIGWAM of Court Houn Ferguson, Mohn & Co. Exclusive Distributors for Arizona First Ave. and Monroe St. STUDEBAKER, E. M. F., and FLANDERS. Every thing for the Automobile car ried in stock. First and Van Buren Sts. Vulcanizing of all kinds done promptly, work guaranteed out of town work ollclted. 210 West Washington Bt. Overland Phone 2I. 1! kinds of Machine Work, Auto Re. pairing and storage. and zt JNortn ,1 .street. Phono 423; Black 0361. machine work, supplies, a.nd storage. Successors to Arizona Motor Co. and Transcontinental Auto Co. 10S-110 North Second are. Fhone Over. 381 jf Agents for the I. H. C. Com mercial Truck. Next to Hotel Adams. 5-passenger, $6T.r.. Runabout, $C00. EDWARD RUDOLPH, 417-419 "West Washington St. Agent for Maricopa and Pinal Counties. Two cars that give the acme of service. We will demonstrate their superiority and test these cars to your complete satisfac tion. GEO. HAGEMAN, Agent, Second nd Adams Street Goodrich Tires and Tubes, nomo gram Oils and Greases. Tires and Nib vulcanized. Overland 110J Cons. M. 461. 315-817 N. Central Avenue- Storage, repairs and supplies. Opes day and night. Kent cars. Wesley A. II111, owner. 235 West Wash. Et Overland 345. Cons. M. 12. MaaaawvcssMnMiMBSMawBMaMavMHaaaWBBiBHM AUTO CO, Agents for Columbus Electric. Coll and Magneto repairing nd battery recharging plant R. J. JONES. 229 East Adams H. G. Murphy, Agent. 231-235 West Washington 8t MOTORCYCLE Rides Like a Pull man. The silent grey fellow. PHOENIX CYCLE CO., 133 N. Center The best car on earth Overland Auto Co. GSG 21 South Third Ave. 5-II!i2wvf'7lI23 EDDIE AND DEDA DAVIS 'The Girl with the Baritone Voice "That Kid with the Craiy Dance' JOHN THOMPSON The King of Character Actors GLEN HENRY Picture Melodies Moving Pictures Silver Matinee, Sunday, 2:30 : Moving pictures, 4000 feet each. Change Mon., Thurs. and Sat. Licensed Films Biographs, Vitagraphs, Lubin, Selig and Pathe. Daily Matinees. 2:45. TROOPS CALLED OUT IN LIS Political Riots Thrill Por ' tugue.se Capital. Demo crats Try to Take Con servative Leader. Three Bishops Are Jailed. Tassociatkd press dispatch! LISBON, via frontier, Dec. 23. A political situation arising from the deadlock of the conservatives and the democrats is rapidly developing. The conservative element predominates in i the cabinet while nearly half the mem j lwrs of the Partuguese parliament are democrats. Iioth parties are endeavor ing to organize a coup d'etat. The conservative chief. Dr. Almaida. was hastily summoned back from Switzer land and on his arrival here made the occasion for a monster demonstration on the part of the conservatives. The democrats replied with an equally im posing counter demonstration. The government, alarmed at the possibility of troubkv turned out all the available police and troops. As soon as the steamer, aboard which Dr. Almaida, was a passenger, was docked there was u tremendous uproar of cheers and groans during which the democrats made a determined rush with the ob ject of capturing the leader of the rival party. A riot ensued and Dr. Almaida was extricated from a perilous position by cavalry which charged through the mob and sent home in an automobile under a military escort. The baffled democrats paraded the streets for hours. The troops are constantly under arms. The president of the republic has asked the premier to pardon th" Archbishop of ISraga and bishops of Portalaga and Lamego, who were con demned last February to three years banishment. A request was made to grant amnesty to political prisoners, or at least relax the severity of their pun ishment, but the premier has replied that the moment is not avorable for granting the pardons. Improvement of the prisons he added has already been divided upon and will shortly be car ried into effect. o PICKETT SAYS HIS LIFE WAS THREATENED Southern Pacific Conductor Kills Stranger in Rooming House. associated press w.tatchJ FRESNO, ' Dec. 3. That the stranger, presumably of the name of John J. Morris, killed at an early hour this morning by Southern Pa cific Conductor C. X. Pickett, hod threatened Pickett with the words "If J had a gun, I would kill you" was the testimony given the police today by John Ainick, a mechanic working fir the Yosomite Lumber company, at El Portal, who occupied a room ust across the hall from the room where the homicide took place. 'N'o one has been able to identify the dead man. On further examina tion by the police. Pickett admitted the man might have used the words. "If I had a gun," in addition to a direct threat. Among the papers found on the man are letters addressed to John J. Morris, care of Walker's Cafe, Sa cramento. ." and forwarded from there to Hakersfield. The body has tat tooed on the left arm the letters "J. S." Mrs. Pickett arrived from Stock ton today to be with her husband at the inquest to take place at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. A PRETTY CALENDAR Probab ly one of the prettiest calendars giv en out for 1913 in Phoenix is that of Boehmer's Drug Store. These ex quisitely decorated "daters" are ex amples of the most modern creations of the artist's brush and the print er's art. They are a credit to the house that produced them and a year long remembrance froiiv the up to date house distributing them, alto gether worthy of preservation. Hire a little salesman at the He publican office. A Want Ad will sec more customers than you can. o JURY WILL SffON HAVE THE DYNAMITE CASE Expected That Arguments Will be Concluded Today. associated press dispatch) INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 25. The case of the forty union officials accused of promoting the McNamara dynamiting plots in the Iron Worker's strike against their employers of non-union labor will r;o to the jury within thirty six hours and possibly sooner. At the close of the argument tomorrow night or Friday vaot ning, Federal Judge An derson will instruct the jury. It is understood the courts' outline of the law as to what testimony shall be applied to certain defendants will require irore than an hour. The jury will be asked to return a separate ver dict for eaco defendant ard it is be lieved that these verdicts will not be HturneJ in less than a day. "tere are twenty-six counts against each of the defendants, twenty-five of which i-i ovide a maximum ' imprison ment of two (:.:., The government cenlertV" that the penalties for the- of feiuses v;i.arged are cumulative in the discretion court or a total possible pen alty of thirty-nine and one-half years. '5 Barman Drives Sensational Mile and Finishes By Pushing Flaming Car Into Pacific Ocean; Acci dent Seen Bv Thousands. t ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH SAN DIEGO. Dec. 25. Flyins down the Pacific beach at teriffic speed to day, job Burman, with his 300 horse power BHtzeh Benz, wrapped in flames, cliinbrd from his seat and using his foot to push back the brake, so as to stop the car, leaped out in front of the grandstand and pushed the car into the ocean to smother the fire. A broken gasoline line flooded the pan of the car and the muffler ignited it, the damage to the car was heavy. Burman drove a sensation mile in the remarkable time of 28 flat. Poor pressure on the gasoline cost him sev eral seconds, so that he made another trial. His flight towards the finish was spectacular. He was crossing the half-mile tape when a great burst of flame appeared and then with the car fully enveloped and careening wildly. Burman was seen to stand up in his seat to avoid the fire. Ho was badly burned while driving at full speed. Gradually he brought the car to a stop right in front of the grand stand where he pushed the ma chine into the water. o ; WEDDING CONVERTED INTO DOUBLE TRAGEDY Iassociated pkess dispatch SPRINGFIELD, Dec. 25. A Christ mas wedding ceremony at Taylorville 111., 36 miles east of lu re today was converted into a tragedy with two persons at the" point of death. John Bclder, a carpenter, shot his mother-in-law, Mrs. .12 mm a Fisher. 6S years old. and battled with the Tay lorville police. He was cornered and caught by a ruse. When captured it was found that Belder had been shot near the heart by one of the officers. Mrs. Fisher and Belder will die. Belder is said to have been drinking and wfa to the home of Mrs. Fisher where his relatives were gathered for the wedding of his step daughter. Elsie Bates to Ora llerfern. He fol lowed the pastor into th" home, drew a revolver and began firing, at 1 his wife who escaped. Then he shot through the door in Mrs. Fisher's room,- the bullet taking effect in the woman's abdomen. Going to the room occupied by Mrs. Fisher, Belder fird six times through the door. She finally managed to crawl out of the window and escaped to the home of Dr. Af. Turner. She was tak-i-n to one of the Taylorville hospitals. After shootirg Mrs. Fisher, he went to the room in which Miss Bates and Red fern had t-ken refuge and fired five shots, none of which toQk effect. . In the meantime, the police had been notified and rushed to the scene. Bel der came to th? door and fired five shots at the officers but none were ef fective. A deputy returned the fire. The bridal couple climbed out of the window and retreated to the home of a neighbor. White they were retreating Irom the house, fielder reappeared at the door and reopened fire on the of ficers, wno replied. One of the bullets fired during this part of the. fight is thought to have been the one that took effect, as Belder retreated into the residence. B. C. Kearns, a neighbor slipping into the house, found that Belder was wounded, but heavily armed and preparing to make a finish fight. Koarns affected a capture by pretend ing to come to assist Belder. o DEMOS TO CAUCUS ON COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN Several Important Committee Heads to Be Chosen f ASSOCIATED PRSSS DISPATCH I ' WASHINGTON, Dec. 25. The com mittee assignments in the House of Representatives made necessary by the. change in membership will be considered in the Democratic caucus which has been callod for January 7. The chairmanship of the commit tee on foreign affairs made vacant by election of Representative - William Sulzer as governor of New York, is one of the important places to be filled. It is .probable the place will go to Representative Flood of Virginia who is at present acting chairman of the committee. To succeed former Representative Hughes of New Jersey on the Ways and Means committee j Representative Ansberry of Ohio is said to have been selected. Of the republican assignments, Rep resentative Green of Vermont is slated for Claims and Pension com mittee; Merritt of New York, on the Immigration and Naturalization and Education committee; and Represent ative Scott of Iowa on Coins. Weights Measures and Reforms hi the Civil Service. 'Besides these the caucus will award the chairmanship of the . committee on Public Laws, a contest for which is on between Representative Ferris of Oklahoma and Representative Gra ham of Illinois. Tlx. outgoing cahir man is governor-elect Robinson of Arkansas, whose . inauguration, like Governor-elect Cox of Ohio, members appropriation committtee will not take place until later in. the month. There are a number of candidates for j the Cox vacancy , on appropriation committee. BLITZFN BUNS E TO Governor of Oregon Sends Paroles to Three; Incor rigible Gets Pardon and Woman Bigamist Gets Presents. ASSOCIATED PKESS DISPATCH SALEM, Ore., Dec. 25; Paroles from Governor West were the Christmas presents received by James Riley and Frank Nash. As long as their behavior is good they will enjoy liberty. Riley was serving from one to fifteen years for killing Louis Long, a former prize fighter in California, near Redmond, Crook county. Long was eloping with Riley's wife in an automobile and after a whirlwind race was overtaken and killed by Riley. It is understood Riley and his wife are reconciled and will live together. Nash was serving a term for larceny. Several other prisoners were given their liberty on probation. Christmas Reforms Bay Boy. SACRAMENTO, Dec. 25. As a re sult of an appealing letter sent by his sister, and a prayer book sent by his mother, Raymond Enneking. seventeen years old, from Dayton, Ohio, who is passing Christmas in the county jail at Woodland, promised to reform and re turn home. He is an incorrigible, the boy was visibly affected by the re ceipt of the message on Christmas day. Strange Xmas Gifts. MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. 25. If Charles D. Brown and Lulu M. Pierce tried to name the persons least likely to send them Christmas gifts it is doubtful if their imaginations hould have proved vivid enough to hit the truth. Charles D. Brown, who arrested and furnished evidence against George Riley, now serving a five years sen tence received a handsome prison made cane from the convict. The Pierce woman who is in jail here on a charge of bigamy was the recipi ent of sifts from both "husbands." Folsom Men Rejoice SACRAMENTO, Dec. 25. For more than four hours hours today 1,125 convicts confined in Folsom prison were permitted to forget the liberty not theirs and join in a celebration of Christmas. The exercises were feat ured by a minstrel show and moving pictures. Warden Johnson placed each convict on his honor, from "lif ers" to a one year man, and not a felon broke his four hour parole. The order was perfect. The minstrel show in which ex clusively convicts participated, was staffed in the large mess hall of the prison. The prison orchestra and a band furnishtd the music. A few professionals from road companies were also present. The attractions were Varied and the convict specta tors were permitted to encore, chat and applaud as they pleased. Re hearals for the performance have been in progress for several weeks. The performance ended with a grand final entitled "The Hold Up Rag," which the entire minstrel sang with zest. Songs and parodies made up the contributions to the entertainment. Twenty-two acts including two mov ing pictures made up the program. Among the more prominent features were, a playlet, "A Ghost in a Pawn shop," and "Two Old Time" Favorites in a "Word to the Wise." One of the motion picture reels shown was that of the Johnson-Flynn prize fight. The other depicted a lion hunt In Africa. ' Men who had not smiled in months broke out in laughter, strangely mel low, at witty sallies .of fellow con victs on the stage and waited with the eager expectancy of children for the next number. Others, morose and sullen from every day life in the gloomy prison, slapped their neigh bors on the back with friendly thumps Here and thvr even tears were drop ped from strangely softened faces from which the hardened lines had not entirely been dispelled. The Christmas dinner with roast suckling pig as the piece de resistance fol lowed the minstrel show. o TO CONTINUE "AN UPRISING" At a late hour last night Manager Mullen, of the Wigwam theater re ceived telegraphic jiermission to con tinue for two nights longer the pre sentation of the Lubin film "An Up rising" which pleased audiences yes terday afternoon and evening. This film together with a new bill at the Wigwam tonight makes an entertain ment of more than usual interest. o - A FINE WAY TO PAY DEBTS. When a newspaper man of New Or leans was preparing to leave that city In order to take a position in New York, a tailor named Eisten:.-tein over whelmed him with offers of new suits of clothes at unusually low prices. The writer finally took the clothes, put them on, and set out for New York, carefully neglecting to pay iir. Elsten stein any money at all. A few months later he received this communication from, the taiior: Dear Sir: On looking over my books, I find that you are indebted to me In the sum of $50. Kindly remit same at your earliest convenience. Very truly yours, SAMUEL EISTEN STEIN. Hurling himself upon his trusty typewriter, the newspaper man wrote the following gem: "Dear Mr. Eistenstein: Inclosed find my check for $100. If you can get it cashed kindly remit the other $50." The Popular Magazine. : o OUT OF SORTS From tin Chicago News. Kind wife John dear, what are you weeping about? Husband I I just looked through this auto supplies catalogue and find there are 2.500 accessories our car hasn't got. SOI PRESENTS PRISONERS HELEN TAFT PRESIDES AT XMAS FUNCTION In Absence of President at Panama Daughter Does Honors. ASSOCIATED PfiESS DISPATCH WASHINGTON, Dec. 25. Miss Helen Taft, daughter of the president, was the hostess at the White House Xmas celebration today. In the ab sence of President and Mrs. Taft, she presided over the family dinner tonight and later distributed the gifts from the Christmas tree in the Blue Room, aided by Robert Taft, the elder son of the president. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Herron, of Cincinnati and their live children; Mrs. Thomas Laughlin and two children. Mr. Her ron is a brother of Mrs. Taft, while Mrs. Laughlin is a sister.' Chas. Taft, the younger son of the president Is with his father in Panama. The Christmas tree occupied the center of interest at the Whit House. Robert and Helen Taft devoted the day to deccrating the tree, which is a large one, hanging on it the presents for the children. After the dinner tonight the party gathered in the historic Blue Room, where the Christmas tree celebration took place. o HOME LONGING. Behind the hills the sun has set. The dusk and dew are falling; Far down the field the milker's voice Floats faint, his late herd calling. Before my weary feet the road In the night is tending; A hush is on my lonely soul O night, that thou wert ending! What is it like a benison Into my heart comes stealing? Beside the oots of Christendom The children now are kneeling. Charles Francis Saunders. CAPITAL From the1 London Opinion. Distressed Mother John! John! Baby has swallowed my latchkey. Absent-minded Father Never mind, dear; us mine! o AHEAD OF "THE CITY,E .E. Schrimpf. advance man for "The City," Clyde Fitch's new play which appears at the Elks next week, was iii Phoenix yesterday. He says since the play left New York for the road, it has met with. crowded houses and merited commendation. Christmas Ind TO ARIZONA POINTS December 20 to 25, inc., and December 28 to January 1, inc.; return limits, January 2 and 3. To California Points December 21 to 25 inc., and December 28 to Jan uary 1, inc.; return limit, January 3. 1 1-3 fares the round trip. "THE PHOENIX" a through train, electric lighted, to Los Angeles daily at 7:15 p. m. Telephones: Main 108; Overland 453. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Thomas Kavanaugh. de ceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Administratrix of the estate of Thomas Kavanaugh, de ceased, to the creditors of and aV fersons having claims against th, said deceased, to exhibit them.with thi necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this no liee'to the said Administratrix at tin Mew Year Excursions office of II. B. Wilkinson, 18 X. First Ave. Phoenix. Arizona. The satnn being the ' place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Maricopa. - LUCY KAVANAUGH. Administratrix of th estate of Thom as KAvahaugh, deceased. Dated this 5th day of December A. 1512. . . (Advertisement.) NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Instate of Jasper L. Prater, deceased. Notice is hereby given hy the un dersigned Elfle E. Prater. Executrix of the last Will and Testament of Jasper Q. Prater, deceased, to the creditors or and all persns having claims against the raid deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary voucherg within ten k onths after the first publication of thi notice to the said executrix at 919 North First Street. City of Phoenix, Maricopa County, State of Arizona, the aainc being the place for the transaction ot the business of paid estate, in aaiU County of Maricopa, State of Ari zona. EFFIE E. PRATER, Executrix of last Will and Testa ment of Jasper Q. Prater, deceased. Dated Pluienlx Arizona this 26th day of November, A. D. 1312. o NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. 039fi2. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at Phoenix, Ari zona. December 17th, 1912. NOTICE is hereby given that Ro bert R. Nelson, of Phoenix, Arizona, who, on December Cth, 1907. made Homestead entry. No. 03962, for NfW4 of 8W, Sec. 28. Township ! N., Range 1 E., G. & S. R. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make five year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Phoenix, Arizona, on the 24th day of January, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: George W. Ross, Jr.. Hymine Ly onds, Charles M. Burke, James S. Bates, .all of Phoenix, Arizona. FRANK II. PARKER, Register. o STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the National Bank of Arizona will be heWL Jn its office in Phoenix. Arizona, on Tuesday January 14th, 1913 at 3 o'clock P. M., for the purpose rt electing a board of directors to serve for the ensuing year, and transact euch other business as may properly come before said meeting. December 14 1912. S. OBERFELDER. Cashier. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. 013329. Deportment of the Interior, United States Land Office at Phoenix, Ari- zona. December 17th, 1912. NOTICE is hereby given that Claire Canom, of Glendale, Arizona, who, on February 15th, 1911, made Homestead entry, No. 013329, for Lots No. 3 and 4. N. V SW , Sec. Si. Township 4 N., Range 2 E., G. & 8. R.' Meridian, has filed notice ' of in tention to make Commutation Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Register and Receiver. U. S. Land Office, at Phoe nix. Arizona, on the 23rd day of Jan uary; 1913. . Claimant names as witnesses: N- S. Miller, Mary Ida. Giles, Chas. G. , Cressy. c. E. Peterson, all of Glendale, Arizona. FRANK H. PARKER, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Phoenix. Arizona. Land Office No vember 11. 1912. Serial No. 019901. ! NOTICE is hereby given that iiosea G. Cline, of Phoenix. Arizona, attorney-in-fact for Lucy Hebard, formerly Lucy Welch, Sioux Half Breed, has filed In this office his application to select, under the pro visions of the Act of Congress ap proved July 17, 1804. the following described land, viz: Commencing at the 1-4 Corner be tween Sec. 34. T. 7-N.. R. 2-E., and Sec. 3, T. 6-N.. R. . 2-E., and more particularly described as the SWtJ Corner of the NEJ4 of Sec. 34. T-7-N.,-. R. 2-E., which bears North 40 chains to a monument, of stones in the center of which is a post mark ed IIC, thence North 20 chains to a monument of stones in center ot which la a post marked IIC. thence East, 20 chains to a monument of stones in center of which Is a post marked HC, thence . South 20 chains to a monument of stones in center of which. Is a post marked, HC, thence . West 20 chains to the place of beginning, containing 40 acres, and .vhtch will be when surveyed the SWii NE',4 Sec 34, T. 7-N., R. 2-E., G. & S. R. B. & M. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the lands described, or desir ing to object because of, the mtnera! character of the land, or for any other reason, to the disposal to ap plicant, should file their affidavits of protest In this office, on or before the 4th day of January, 1813. ' ' ; PRANK 1L PARKER, , : ' Register. '. . .... i o - "NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ' ; 01013. . Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizotu, December 11, 1913. NOTICE la hereby given that Riley Johnston, of Buckeys, Arizona, who. on April 1. 1908, made Desert Land Entry. No. 1B3-01013, for unsurveyed land" in approximately what will be when surveyed Section 17. Township 10 N., Range 12 W., G. & S. R. Me ridian, has filed notice of intention to make final proof, to established claim to the land above described, before the Register and Receiver, at Phoenix, Arizona, on the 17th day of January, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: James A. Reid, of Wenden, Arizona. Edward Swearinger, Buckeye, Ariz. Ellas Orozco, of Wenden. Arizona. Edwain P. Wetzler, of Buckeye, i Arizona. j FRANK II. PARKER. " i Register.