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.THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY -29, 1913.
PAGE FIVE FILIBUSTER IS ON RICHARDSON DECIDES TO COME TO PHOENIX E OVER NOMINATIONS MATS BE RESUMED Republicans Determined to Get Con firmations or to Obstruct Business Likes Looks of Federal Building and Se'ects An Office GAM WARDEN SWTS IS APPOINTED i:1 i "5 . ..' - ; t--' .Vp' Five Days' Armistice Kiuls After ( 'oiifciviu-e Between S;i l;iza r Rejirosoiitative ;ml Mexican Consul Without Peace Resulting ASSoelATKO I'lIl'SS KISfATCll KL l'AS. .liin. -S. Hostilities in northern Mexico will be renewed at uniT. according ti agents hero. The informal armistice existing the last five iluvs ended today alter a conference lv t .'li Mexican Consul K. Llorcnte .ind Salazar's representative, Francisco Terrazas. The news of the breaking off of the negotiations was sent through tin- rebel camps by motorcycle messenger late today. Colonel David Do Ii Kuento, Oroz oo's former artillery chief, who recent ly disappeared from San Antonio, where he was under bond on charges of allotted neutrality violation, arrived today, at Guadalupe with '0 men. lie reentered Mexico by tlie way of Colum bus. X. M ., with . Salazar and he will direct the operation of 1500 rebels in northern Mexico between Guadalupe and Juarez. Tlv whereabouts of Oroz co js unknown here. Aldape Skips Out. XKW YORK, Jan. i'S. Miguel Gar za Ahlape. civil engineer from Chihua hua, Mexieu, said to be a prominent Mexican revolutionist, was arrested lure late today by an agent of the de partment of justice charged with vio lating the neutrality laws by shipping arms into Mexico owr the Texas bor der. Ahlape was indicted with others at San Antonio. Texas on January it. February 1st ALL NEW AND UP-TO-DATE THIS TRIP Hud Fislior's cartoon plav MUTT & JEFF The Pi- - -Musif-al Irin the cliihlicn to the Matinee T() jK'oplc; 2 carloads scenery Seat Sale. Empress The ater. Prices .50, $1.50, Box Seats. 2.0(. UNLIMITED Funds to Loan on income business property and improved Salt River Valley farm lands. No Delay DWIGflT B. HEARD "Everything in Real Estate" Cor. Center and Adams GEO. W. McCLARTY Electrical Contractor ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES U08-210 AVest Wash. St. Phones 407 P. KALSMAN Will Clean and Press Tour Suit for 1.50 CITY CLEANING WORKS Phone O. 1314 . E. Adams WHERE TO EAT Make our restaurant your home, tou will find the cooking r:r;ht and prices moderate. Washington Restaurant 241 East . Washington ' Strt 8 ALT RIVER VALLEY MONUMEN TAL WORKS. Call and see our designs In flnltbaS menuments, gravestones, statuary, at before placing your order. VERNON E. LINDSAY, Prop). 409 W, Washington L rhoaa Overland 11 f 7. . I ELKS' f THEATER wisht Tassociatko rttKRS DISPATCH WASHINGTON, Jan. S The fight over ".'resident TaJ't'.s nominations was on in earliest today in the scna.Le mid for six hours today republicans ond d' .-ip.-ocra't.s battled behind closed doors the former dt manding ac tion n the nominations -and the; hitter filibuster;- ing to prevent mi nt oa-mo this pecied that the newt d .tomorrow, it. "When adjourn evening it wa-s ox fight would bo re unions the republican leaders should dc-e-ide to rest upiji the rix-ord made today. The eleuK r.itic senators consistently refused to make up the nominations in the reguhir or der and prof(.-sst:l 'themselves willing to take blame for tho dr'uy in net ion on the 14 or more pending appoint ments. The opening of the rv miblkvin fight followed i .metis early in the day, nt which it wa determined to force. Che issue against She di nv-K'ats und compel them to either yit.ld to the opposition o to openly adopt methods t i del-ay the obstruction. As the result of the devel'pm rt of the filibuster, intima.ti Mis wore given tonig'.lit by tho republican senators IVui.t the fight will undoubtedly extend into Wilson's ad-mini.-tution ar.d b-1- refloated in the senate's action on nva.ny ? his tip. pointmot. 's. Tho r ;ubikans remain i I in the senate dn-nilier -through-ut tiio day. sending t'i- s rgear't-at-artns after nrssing democrats when tlie lat ter atumpted to b--.tk th.' iuorum. Pre; irations- wore 'made for a nigh fctfv -'. n. but ;'; in .ie evening it was (let r:nini d to adjourn and de;-ido tomorrow whether the o ntest will be fontinuexl. MUST BE CLASS 10 ARMY'S AEROPLANES Signal Corps Announces Requirements for New Flying Equipment; Speed, Carrying Capacity and Heavy Armor associated pf.esr dispatch WASHINGTON", Jan. 2S. Tlie sig nal eorpn of tlie army announced to day tlie requirements f'r aeroplanes of the scout type. Kaoh machine must havo protective armor for the aviators and ermine of chroma steel and subject to the nrdanary pnetra itno tet. The machines must Ue able to attain a licijrht of at least 2.000 feet in ten minutes while carrying a live joad f 4."0 pounds and fuel and il for four hours consumption, ex clusive of radio U'lepraphlc equipment .Moreover, tlie planes must be capable of bcinR assembled for flight by six nun within one. hour and must have a minimum speed of 38 miles an hour and a maximum speed of not V-sh than C") miles. The engine must be capable of being throttled as to al Ir.w one person to ake a flight. The aeroplane must be capable of exe cuting a figure eight withina rec tangle "00 yards by 250 yards with out decreasing its altitude more than i)0 feet upon completion of the figure. o NEW M M ADD HUNDRED MILLION To revenue of United States; Re presentative Hull has Two tax SsHemas to Propose Soon associatko rr.ESs mspatch WASHINGTON. Jan. 28. A fea ture of the tariff revision jrigiuin tho extra session f cohrtl-m may be raising $100,000,000 from a.n income tax, including an inforpjrat'd fax. Representative Hull, of Tennessee, a dennH-mti'c member of tlie committee on ways and means, wlu hajj been active in income tax problems, planvi to introduce a bill which would pro vide? for such a source of revenue. This will be eimsidiTcd by tine Com mittee in connection with the con templated early ratifk-ittion cif the con.-.l Rutior,a.l am ndincn.t to .sanction ircirr;- tax legislation. Of tho ne cessary number of state-. required for the ratification, only two am- lacking, and Hull expects these will be drawn from New Jersey, Wyoming, New Mexi -o or Wcat Virginia, and possibly F.j-rida, who.se. legislature, will not meet ur;Ml April. The d -"U'l-ersiitJc jnaj-rity of a com ii!i t tee favor.i thc income tax, hut in t'ne event of failure of ratification it will renew the exoiso tax plan a,s an extension cf Iho p-ri-acnt irporation tax 'aw. The -"triii:';ttee finished ifcoday Its hearing on wixl ami it is likely the plan emlw'xlUd in two previous dernot crutic wool biKs will be undisturbed If this Us tme all the soca-lled 'fight ing" is scheduled, on which democrats wcrt on record in 'tlr's cons'ret.H. iU bo' considered. TT.ie wool, ccitton, me tal, clKimical, sugar and. farmers free list bil'..4 so far a the defmocratic UIcra r.ow foresee. The last four teen.' schedulc-s, op ".sundrK-s'' will be taken u tomorrow. NAME COMMITTEE HEADS. Democrats Meet in Caucus and Agree on Selections. - . f ASSOCIATED I-RG8S DISPATCH"! WASHINGTON, Jan. 2X. A brief caucus of the democratic members of the house confirmed today the follow ing committee selections made by the ways and means committee. To . be chairman of the public lands committee. Representative Scott Kerris of Oklaho ma: foreign affairs, C. R. Smith, of New York; appropriations,- Representative White of Ohio and Representative Rotherruel of Pennsylvania, Evans T. Richardson, who is best known to Phoenix people from his connection with tho Casa Grando Times, which he e-stublislved some thing over u. year ago, was in tlie city yesterday. Mr. Richardson is making a tour of tho Mate in be'ihalf of the University, rousing tho interest of the farmers in the Farmers' Short Course which is to Ik- given from l-Yljrun.ry 10 to 22 at Tucson.. ' ' The la-st time Richardson was in Phoenix he iwas discovered examining with great interest the new federal building, "hen it wa fotiml that he was devoting his chief attention to the suite markod "Fnited i-Uites Land Office." it Wius oasy to under.tand what was on his mind. Fur it is an open secret that Richardson has "de cided" to move to 1 hociiix shortly tf ter March 4th, amd of all tho attrac tive office building's in this city, this particular -set of rooms appeals to liimi the mist strongly. o PUJO AND 0I1IERMEYER GO AFIER ROCKEFELLER Chairman and Chief Counsel for Money Trust Investigators Will Chase Mannate to his Lair. associatbo PRicsa ninrATCul WASHINGTON. Jan. 28 Represen tative Pujo, chairman of the house "Money trust" committee, announced today he and Samuel Cntermeycr. counsel for the committee will prob ably go to Jekyl Island about Feb. 6 to take the testimony of William Rocke feller. Pujo after a conference with John P. Garvir, counsel for the Stand ard Oil magnate said today bo hoped Rockefeller would return to New York in order that the deposition of the mag nate may be taken there but if neces sary the examination will be made at Jekyl Island. Pujo went into temporary retirement today to bvgin an analysis of the tes timony taken by the committee, this report will recommend leglslatipn to deal with the banking and currency situation. Pujo abandoned his office in the capitol with a voluminous collec tion of notes and locked himsojf with a clerk in a room i.i a hotel. Attor ney Untermcyer and other members of the subcommittee, will aid in framing a report which will be submitted in full to th-e committee. Considerable diffi culty is anticipated during the report which must meet the approval of the full committee one-half of which Is taking testimony regarding the curren cy reform. o FAMOUS STAGE BEAUTIES look with horror on Skin Eruptions Blotches, Sores or Pimples. Thej don't have them. For all such trou bles use Rucklen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies tlw face. Excellent for Eczema or Salt Rheum, It cures sore lips, chapped hands, chilblains; heals burns, cuts and bruises. Unsurpass ed piles. 2Gc at all druggists. Ad vertisement. PACKEY AND BRITTON. Are Matched for Bout Before New York Audience. ASSOCIATBn TRESS OtSPATCll CHICAGO, Jan. 28. Packey MeK'ar land and Jack Britton, both Chicago lightweights, agreed today to box ten rounds in New York before the Madi son Square Garden athletic club the first week in March. The boys will weigh in at 133 pounds at 3 o'clock o MASHER RUNS UP AGAINST THE POLICE Chief Arests John Doe After Incident Near Theatre It doesn't -pay to be a masher. Jfhn !e loa.rnel this to his sorrow la.st night. Of emirse that isn't his right name, but it's tho name he gave at 'the police vitiation when Chief of pulicc Moore brougtlrt. him in hort- ly before .midnight and gave him the talk of his life. ilr. Doe- triel his wiles upon the crowd emerging from one of the lexial vaudeville lmuses anel was eaught up short by the ihead of the Phoenix Police IoparLment. It all come about wnwUilng like this: Detective Nick Harris, of Los An geles and Mrs. Harris, have been guests of Chief and Mrs. Moore for several days. Last evening the faml lies formed a theater party. After the show the woman proceeded to walk a short distance ahead of their husbands. About this time Mr. Doe put in his ap pearance and believing the young wo men to be unescorted, he is said to have . volunteered to accompany . them home. He was insistent and finally the women attracted the attention of Chief Moore and Detective Harris and In formed them of the unsolicited atten tions being paid them. What followed would have made the Turkish war seem as tame as a bee keeper's convention in comparison. It Is enough to say that the proprietor of the establishment in front of which the encounter took place', will probably find no need to sweep his sidewalk this morning. . ' .And then the chief took the eiffonder to the police station, gave him a cur tain leclure anel rather than he im plicated in a "personal complaint, fin ally turned him loose with the warn ing that ,'Phoeniv js no p!ic for mashers," Frank W. liogci-s, Well Known Naturalist of This City, Lands One of Two I-flst Appointive Offices to Be Filled The final derision of the chief exe cutive of the Mate of Arizona on the question of the game warden ship was mad-e known yesterday when Governor Hunt appointed Frank W. Rogers of this city, State Game Warden. Mr. Rogers is a well known naturalist who has lived in Arizona for a number of years, and has made a six-cia.1 study of the game birds and animals of the state. So interested i.5 'he in h:.- work :t hat at his own expense he kept an ex'hibit of birds at the state Fair last year Urn attracted a great deal of attention. Mr. Rogers for a number of years was connected with tho New York Zoological gardens, as well a.s being c-onnec le.i with the R 'ie' r Ne.-,v York Zoo. I-Tor six years however, he has been in Arizoifi. continuing- his studies in naturalism. fine of the f-irPt duties of the new warden will be to receive and pm- ide for the shipment of elks from Wyoming to Arizona, of which there are SO head. According to schedule tlie.-o animals will be -shipped on February 1, and wivl arrive in Ari zona a few I'-.iys lat-r. They will be received at Wir-'ow by O-anie Warden Rogers ard his der u-iy N. ('. Rledsoe. the only deputy yet appointed. One of the first announcements made by Mr. Rogers after taking the oath of office win to the effect that the game laws of tihe rtate will be enf rwd up to the hmdle. The new -ame. warden believes Arizona can be, if pr -p-i rly mtina-jc-d. one vast game preserve, and will lend his be.t ef forts t- ntop the ruthlo-ss pfjaching of game such as has been tho case for many years. Although the constitu tionality of the preert game law is to be tested shortly in the Supreme Court, sh uld it le turred down, the fonmr statute will fti'l be in force and efet, and Hie coming legisla ture will doubtless uii.ike up for any deficiency that may exist in that con nection. EUGENE S. IVES IN TOWN Ku- gen-e S. Ives ef Tucson was in the city yesterday on business before the su preme court of Arizona. SCANDINAVIAN SOCIETY MEET ING The Scandinavian society will meet Friday niglU at eight o'clock in the Union Hali near the high school en Fifth St. between Van Ruren and Mon- ree Sts. After a short business meet ing there- will be a social meeting for which good music with pl.-niy to eat and drink have been provided for. Aif Scandinavians, whether residents of Maricopa county or not are invited to be present. The soe ie-ty now has a membership of thirty-eight, but it is desire-d to at h-ast double this member ship at the meeting Friday night. A cordial invitation is exte-nded to all Scandinavians to eeune out. get ac quainted and have- a good time. Any Scandinavian residing within the con fines of the Ftate Is eligablc to member ship. 3 to 1 i 9 6 Imported and Domestic Velours all at $4.0(J $5.00 and 2"r; off on all STORE DE LUXE 4 4 The Store You PROBABLE FATE William Faltin's Trial Ke-j calls the Mysterious I)is- appearance of a Mining.; Man Three Years Ago andj Arouses Suspicion Three years ago Jimmy Curran, a miner who had been about Prescott for several years, mysteriously disappeared and it was not until three months la ter that an Inpuiry concerning him was made. It would probably not have been nuul-3 at all but for the fact that he had left a sum of money on deposit in a Trescott bank. It was suspected that he had met with foul play or that he had died in the mountains. Hut not withstanding a diligent search no trace of him was ever found. Curran was last seen at Mayer. The last person with whom he talked was a freighter with whom he arranged te do some hauling. He said that he was going into the Black Canyon country where he had some mining claims which he was going to develop. He said that he would return to Mayer in about ten days. The claim of Curran were located across the canyon. After he had made his location, "William Faltin who was convicted last week of the murder of Carl Peterson located place r claims in the Canyon across the claims of Cur ran. So far as known, no suspicion of any ',innnti,n xvitli flu ft i Nil linta rjl nfP of ! Curran ever attached to Faltin, nor was he ever thought of in connection with it until within the last day or two ,. 1 w. , mln will, lit flint rwrt nf , the country at that time remembered j that Faltin was there. That recollec I tion was given a stimulus when the JAMES (MAN'S North amd Somth Join hands to make The New Breakfast Porridge Post Tavern Special. A tasty blend of Northern Wheat and Corn and Southern Rice. Sweet, Flavoury, Nourishing. A Good Old-Fashioned Porridge that every one would relish for Tomorrow's Breakfast At Grocers everywhere. Postum Cfrcal Co., Ltd., Battle Crrek, MkK, $2 -JO other noveltv hats Oiu - ht to Know" Yavapai Alan heard the story of the murder of Peterson. There are luindreds of prospect holes of varying depth in that Vicinity and it is now suspected that thej bones of Curran lie in the bottom of one of them. -o- MORRIS SHEPPABD ELECTED TO SENATE AUSTIN, Texas, Jan. 28 Repre sentative Morris Slwpnard was to day ele-cted United States senator from Texas for the short term e-nding n t 4 'J March next and for the long trem beginning on that date. For the short term he will succeed H. M. Johnson wim was appointeel recently upon the resignation of Senator Bailey. L jr. WITH COLLARS TO MATCH Our $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 values, very attractive garments, with collars to match, all at $1.15 for a few davs at HYDER'S :55 North Central LOW FOR FIREMEN. Civic Federation President Gives Sup ! port to Demands. ASSOCIATED PRESS Dl&PATCH 1 XKW YORK, Jan. i'S. The firemen of the eastern railroads, fighting for I higher wages, received the support of J Seth Low, president of the national civic feelcration in a speecli today at the opening of the federation's annual ! mee-ting. "In the pending controversy between the railroads apd firemen," said Low, "both sides are willing to arbitrates but the firemen d-emand the arbitration will be by the. Krdman act. so that witnes nes can be sworn and perjury punished, while the railroads stand for arbitra tion such as was held by agreement with the engineers. In this controversy I think the firemen are clearly right. o TO AID SICKLES. - Agd General Probably Saved From Trial by Friends. XKW YORK, Jan. 2S. Friends of General Sickles, arrested and releasee under bail yesterelay in connection with a 123,000 shortage of funds of the state monument commission, saiel today they thought he never would be trie-d. So many offers of contributions to make up the deficit have already lie-em re ceived they said they believe the short age will be wiped out. The general remained in his secluded home today. o IN THE SUPREME COURT Argu ments wen? heard yesterday in the su preme court in the case of James A. Fleming, plaintiff, L. F. Hewins as ex ecutor of the last will and testament f E. B. Knox, deceased, intervenor vs the! Black Warrior Copper company amal gamated, appealed from the superior court of Gila county where it was trie-d before Judge A. G. McAllister. MOUNTAIN STATES OFFICIALS S. Fl Leonard, personal representa tive of E. M. Burgess, general man ager of the Mountain States Tele- , pnone company was in l'lioenix yes j terday on business. A. E. Stratum, j division manager of the company, j from El Paso was also here yester- day. ' . . :