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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA; SUND'AY MORNING, JULY 29, 1906
Southern ...Pacific Train in ,a
t.CollisioiT With Los Angeles
and Sierra Madre Car of the
- Pacific Electric Co,
THREE ARE DEAD WHILE
OTHERS CAN NOT LIVE
Conductor of Street Car Did
Not See Onrushing Train
and Gave Motorman Signal
'to Go Ahead,
LOS ANGELES. July 28. The local
Southern Pacific passeriger train, run
,4. nlcg between Pasadenaand this citjj
cc-lllded this afternooj shortly before
2 o'clock tvith a Sierra Afadre electric I
car of the" Pacific EJfectrlc road a.fclstree't battle with the police in which
Onenta station, sear Pasadena, killing
one woman and injurlngSposslbly slxtjy-'
sfeveral of whom will die. sJThe lnureu
were brought to the Sisters' Hospital
in this cltr.
Most of the dead and injured were
passengers on the electric car and
were residents of Sierra Madre.
Mrs. Hardsler, wife of Dr. Hardster,
ct Sierra Madre. was killed outright
Two mea died on the way to Pasadena.
Among the injured are Miss Edna
Hedderly, Miss Mabel Spsncer and
Fred Seaber. Miss Hedderly is se
The more seriously Injured are:
Miss Jessie M. York, daughter of
Superior Judge Waldo M. York, L03
Angeles; contusion of side, face and
Will Kellogg. Sierra JMadre; leg and
C. Stanley -Toeley.- Sierra. Madre;
hurt internally? may die.
Miss' Edna 'Hedderley. Los Angele3;
A. T. Adams, Los Angeles; right leg
Miss Edith Adams, Los Angeles;
right arm and les broken.
Miss Blanche St Georse. Los An
ge'es; hurt internally, unconscious.
T. W. East, brother-in-law of Mis3
St. George, spine Injured, probably
W. T. Chapin, attorney, Redlands;
S. M. Kennedy, assistant manager
Edison Electric company at Alhambra;
Mrs. S. M. Kennedy, Alhambra;
Dr. Wallace, brother of Mrs. Ken
nedy, body badly bruised, both arms
The conductor of the electric car
stepped from his car just before reach
ing the crossing and went ahead to see
if the crossing was clear. He did pot
see the train which was approaching
around the curve at terrific speed and
gave the signal to his motorman to
go ahead. The engine struck the
street car squarely in the middle, lift
ing it from its trucks and carrying it
200 feet down the tracks. Passengers
were, hurled in every direction and
several were ground beneath'1 the
wheels "cf, the train, being .horribly,
ihangled. The engine, tender and first
coach of the train -were derailed andj
went Into the ditch. .
TWO HUNDRED DOGS"
NAMU IIM SUHUUL LI3I.
k 'CINCINNATI' July 28. That the
list of 'school chldren In the. Fourth
ward had been padded with the names
of 200 dogs was declared by United
States Marshal Vivian. Fagin today.
"The enumerator received 1 cent for
each name," said Fagin. "and each
same means mere money for Boss G.
B.. Cor to spend as he sew fit. Every
atltor and every teacher is a politi
cian, and not a move is made without
the sanction of the boss. Even the
beard of education is part and-parcel
of gang politics."
LOS ANGELES. Jnlv 28. In a
street car collision at the Pico street
and Grand Avenue crossing at 9 o'clock
this evening,- one man was killed and
seven persons injured, at least two of
whom Are expected' to die.
' The dead man is A. A. Unman, a
bicycle -manufacturer of Los-Arigetes,-
HAIL, RAIN AND WIND
ST. PAUL. Minn.. July 28. Severo
crop damage Is reported from several
points In Minnesota, North Dakota
and Iowa, resulting from hail, rain and
windstorms last night and this morn
ins. - -
WASHINGTON, July 2S Arizona,
thunder showers In the north; fair In
the southern portion Sunday and prob
Coal Dealer Held Up in Shadow
of Bunker Hill Fight
BOSTON, July 26. Patrolman
Herman Shlel and Thomas Hlckey, a
coal merchant of Wakefield, lie seri
ously wounded at the relief hospital.
tne victims or three xobbers who. In
broad daylight, held up. robbed and
shot Hlckey in his office at Charles-
town todaj.. and then engaged in a
Shlel was maimed by bullets fired by
the desperadoes. -
. Such a bold crime has- not occurred
In Boston for many jears. and the po
lice directed every effort to the cap
ture of the third criminal, the other
two" having been arrested as a climax
of the struggle with the authorities.
Hlckey was robbed of $200 in cash and
valuable papers. The two men taken
Into custody are George W. Everson.
27 years of age, of New York City, and
Fred SacckatI, 30 years old, of Bridge
They entered the coal office while
Hlckey was alone and demanded mon
ey. The merchant refused their de
mands, and was shot through the neck
by one of the robbers and then reliev
ed of his money. Although badly
wounded. Hlckey struggled with his
assailants, who fled to the street?
where'they were pursued by Police
man Shlel. In an exchange of bul
lets the office was shot In the leg
and rendered helpless. Other police
pursued the robbers, and after the
shooting captured two of them.
NEGRO WOMAN EMPLOYE
POISONS HOTEL COFFEE.
MERIDIAN. Miss.. July 25. Whole
sale murder was attempted last night
by Aann Nolan, a negro woman em
ployed In the Lauderdale Springs ho
tel. She put rat poison in the coffee
served at dinner, and all were made
seriously ill as a result. Mrs. Trite,
a guest, and Chief Cook Donciel are
still in a critical condition. The woman
said she was seeking to kill I. N. Hol
lingsworth. proprietor of the hotel.
because he had chastised her daugh
ter for a petty theft.
$39,150,000 PROFIT IN TIMBER..
SEATTLE July 23. At the present
price for stumpage the Weyerhaeuser
Timber Company's big purchase from
the Northern Pacific six years ago
looms up as one of the best specula
tive moves ever made In the North-
treat Tn h rtpnl 90ft OOO acres chanc
ed hands at 56.50 an acre, or $5,S50.-j
000. It is estimated that the same
property now is worth dt least $43 -000,00(,
or 2 profit of $39,150,000.
HE WAS ARRESTED FOR
BEATING A WOMAN.
K piano plaer in one of the saloons
fa 'he upper Brewery Gulch district,
tvhose name was not given, was last
night arrested by Officer Frank John
Son for administering a severe beating
to one of the unfortunate women of
the half world. It is said to be anoth
er case of the woman having no mon
ey for the leech when he demanded it
of her. He .will have a hearing Mon
day. " " -
DIES3AYING WIFE GAVE DRUG.
FORT-WAYNE, fndiJnly 28. Al;
bcrt Middaugh,- 45 years pldra member
of the city council of Huntington, who
died here at the home of his sisters
after accusing his wife of giving him
poison, was buried today. The widow
was in attendance, though relatives
threatened to exclude her. She hired
lawyers and was about to enforce her
right Jo her hysvand's body when the
relatives capitulated. Physicians say
MIdaaugh died of spinal trouble, and
that his sufferings deranged his mind,
causing him to accuse his wife.
Two of his ribs were crushed and
thrust through his heart.
The seriously injured arc
Dudley Cavacauh, L03 Angeles.
Mrs. Dudley V. Cananugh.
The, accident is said to have result
ed from a misunderstanding: as to the
right -of way. - "" - - --
CANANEA DULUTH DEAL IS CONSUMMATED
Ths deal fpr.the Cananea & Duluth property at Cananea has practically been con
summated. Mrs, Frank Proctor and' sister, who came to Cananea from Los Angeles for the
purpose of entering into negotiations with the Cole-Green interests for the transfer of
her stock, in Cananea & Duluth yesterday at Cananea signed the papers which gave to
the purchasers a final grasp on tne property. The McMillans, who have owned the con
trol, of the Cananea-Duluth property, have also signed up with the Cole-Greene combina
Col. W, C. Greene and Col. Powell, of the C. & A., which latter gentleman has been in
Cananea for the greater part of the past two weeks, representing the Cole end of the deal,
will arrive in Bisbee this morning when final negotiations having for their end the transfer
of the property will be entered into, Thus Bisbee will be the scene of the closing moments
of one of the most important mining deals that, has been put through in the southwest for
Tuesday is the day set apart for the formal close of negotiations. The price named
is $225,000. Just what part'of this money goes to the different owners of Cananea-Duluth
has not been given out, but it is expected that Monday or Tuesday at the latest will dis- '
close these details of the transaction.
Dan McMillan, one of the McMillan brothers, who own the control of the Cananea
Duluth property, arrived in the city last evening and will today meet Cols. Greene and
James Hoatson, who is now in Cananea, will probably arrive in Bisbee not later than
Monday or Tuesday. '
It was stated unofficially yesterday that the price of $225,000 named for the purchase
of the property represents only the amount to be paid to the McMillans, and that Mrs.
Frank Proctor's share is an amount in addition to this,
II STRIKE -THREATENS
Mine Owners Association Has
Rejected .Schedule of West
TONOPAH, Nevy, July 28. Another
ci'Lierence.oL, me x onopan..imeyj3i;
ers" 'Ass6cIationr?farbe heldSunday.
to consider the labor situation. The
employers having almost by a unani
mous vote rejected the wage and time
schedule submitted by the Western
Federation several weeks aso
Ever thing is quiet, but it is feared
that a strike may result In the event
thar a strike folio -s the miners of
Goldfield, Mannattan, Bullfrog and
other nearby camps are expected to
throw strong financial support to the
Tonopah miners, as it is believed a
decisive battle between the federa
tion and the employes will be fought
DEATH IN FLAMES.
. NEW YORK, July 2S. Mrs. J. C.
L'hlrlch and her sis-months' old babe
perished in a tenement house fire here
Leaves Emerald Isle for Hol
land After Address to
LONDON, July 2S. Mr. and 5Irs.
William ,JBryan were the guests at
a receptlo'ngiven" by, the Irish Club
this evenineTTTThev were welcomed in
oehaitLdf the; members 1y T. P.'O'Con-
.- r Tlvnn .anllo tifflfltT thanfc.
ing the members of the club and
dwelling on the Important part played
by the Irish in the building up of the
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan, accompanied
by Colonel Wetmore, M. F. Dimlap,
Mrs". Dunlap and Miss Dunlap of Chi
cago, left Xondon tonight for Holland.
OAR AND GO-CART
SAVE LIFE OF BABY.
PORTSMOUTH, R. I, July 28. By
khe capsizing of a small skiff today.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Anthony of this
town and their daughter, aged 4 years,
were drowned, while their baby, aged
alcut I year, who was the only other
occupant of the boat, was saved, al
most by a miracle.
The baby was strapped ltt a small
Fpened an oar had been placed, prob
jably by accident, so that It was
wedged between the axles and the
-body of the carriage. -
Ex-President Garcia, of Ecua
dor, Denounced as Trai
tor for Acts.
GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador. July 2S.
Government -newsppers'-causedss. a'
sensation here ,by the mibllcation of
documents found among ex-President
Garcla's private papers. A document
found treats of the sale of Galapagos
Islands to the United States. It ap
pears that the islands were first offer
ed to France.
Senor Garcla's memorandum says
"While at Washington I visited
President Roosevelt and Inquired into
the question whether the United
States was disposed to take over Gal
apos Islands, paying Ecuador $3,000 in
gold for them, and thus recognizing
Ecuador's sovereignty over the Isl
ands. Mr. Roosevelt replied that he
would recommend the proposal to
Congress, and was sure it would be
accepted, offering to appoint the-Amer-
ican minister to continue negotiations
in Quito. A few days later Joseph
W J. Lee the Amprlcan minister to
Ecuador, arrived In Ecuador."
It appears that the Alvaro revolu
tion, which resulted in the overthrow
of Senor Garcia, ended the negotia
tions. The official papers call Gar
cia, and his ministers traitors for try
ing to sell part of the national terri
tory Negotiations with France are
said to have been Interrupted, owing
to the belief that the United States
would not consent to a European pow
er acquiring the islands. A meeting
was called at Quito, the capital, last
night to protest against this action tak
en by Senor Garcia and his ministers.
The Galapagos Islands are a group
in the Pacific, belonging to Ecuador,
on and near the equator, 730 miles
west of the coast of Ecuador. They
consist of thirteen islands, the largest.
Alberniarle Island, being sixty miles
in length. On Charles Island a small
colony of Ecuadorians was establish
ed, forming a penal settlement, and
this island contains most of the popu
lation, which hardly exceeds 400.
1 SKULL DEFIES DEATH.
CRIPPLE CREEK, J61y2S. Frank
V. Baxter. U walking around the city
with a fractured skull. While, working
in the third level of the Abe Lincold
mine, in Poverty gulch, a rock fell,
striking him on the head -and cracking
the left side of the skul just above the
OPPOSED TO JOINTURE.
(Special to Review.)
MORENCI, Ariz., July 2S,
Subsequent to a call issued by
the Republican Central Com
mittee, a largely attended mass
meeting of Republicans was
held here this evening. Strong
resolutions were passed de
nouncing joint-statehood and
vowing allegiance to Arizona as
a territorj, or a single state.
The sentiment against jointure
was unanimous. Prominent
citizens from all parts of the
county were present.
Commissioner of California Is
Preparing Data for the
SAN FRANCISCO. July 23. A re
port whlch will showin'detallthe
(oases of each company doing us Insur
ance business In California at the
time of the big fire. Is being prepared
in the office of Insurance Commis
sioner Wolf. It Is believed that the
report will sustain the contentions of i
the commissioner that the insurance
loss will be over $250,000,000.
With each day the estimates of the
commissioner have been supported by
the appraisement of losses. Conserv
ative adjusters now go as high as
$300,000,000 in their estimates of loss
es. The records of Wolf's office con
stitutes the only complete set of rec-
jords saved. Each company, however,
has arrived at definite knowledge of
its losses. The data will be collect
ed and embodied in a tabulated state
ment which will clear away the pres
ent uncertainty as to the extent of in
surance liability for property destroy
ed by the conflagration of April IS.
Army Deserter Shot Down
Town Marshal Who Tried
to, Arrest Him,
ST. LOUIS. Mo., July 28. A pos3e
of men armed with shotguns today.,
surrounded a clump of woods-in the
OzarkMnountalns near Richland. Mo.,
endeavoring tocapture James PritcW
ett,. or Price,-a deserter-irom.Jerrer-
sonjbarracks. who U charged with hav
ing shot' and killed Win. Manes, the
town marshal of Richland, when
Manes tried to arrest him on a charge
of desertion from the army.
It Is said that two friends, Everett
and Abner Oliver, hra secreted
Prltchett and are holding him to pre
vent mob violence. The Olivers tele
phoned today that they are wining to
deliver the fugitive to the proper au
thorities, providing he is assured ot
safety from mob violence and the re
ward of $300, offered by the father
of Manes, Is Immediately paid to mem,
MEICAN USES KNIFE
WITH TELLING EFFECT.
Alejandro Angolla, a Mexican, last
night Inflicted serious Injury on an
other Mexican by cutting him on the
wrist with a dagger. The men were
drinking in the Caretto saloon when
the trouble arose. The wound in, An
golla's victim's wrist bled profusely
and it Is thought that an artery was
severed. At a late hour last night
the officers, who were serachlng for
the culprit, had found bo trace of him.
CAUSES MUCH 'DAMAGE
JANESVILLE, Wis., July 28. Fifty
thousand dollars damage was done to
day by an electrical storm which swept
over the country near JanesviUe.
Churches, warehouses, factories and
large barns were damaged or de
NEW YORK, July 28. Silver, 65 1-8,
Mexican dollars 50 l-2c Copper was
quiet and unchanged.
Figuel Domingues Shot Wife of
His Best Friend Near to
Yesterday afternoon about 4:30
o'clock Figuel Dominguez, a Mexicau
laborer, shot four times at Mrs. Pedro
Ort.7 wife rtf nn neclatant hn aAA. i
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swiicwuieuuent m me city or iJISDee,
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eU--on SRfK tn!
I?Pwe,me Wa: m?6', couI customs house to the branch imperial
S,eS!2"f0i:,i?:lk " the protection of seven
at. Pmn ; 7,; LZ; V .r :
.-- ,- WH w .. vi ataao. viu n as
made in broad daylight and in full
view of a score of people passing along
Naco Road at the time. Dominguez
succeeded in making peod his escape
and up to a late hour last night a
pesse of officers which had been
scouring the country far and wide for
him, were unsuccessful in bringing
One of the bullet3 fired from the gun
of Dominguez, which was of 28 caliber,
tcok effect In the right breast of the
woman, passing through the lung, and
lodging just beneath the skin under
her right shoulder, blade. Two others
took.effectin "the-rlghf-armof the-
woman, one of -whlchy after passing"
thiough the flesh of the arm and be
ing deflected by the bone, entered al
most exactly the spot where the worst
wrund is in the right breast, passed
around the body and lodged within a
few inches of the other. A third, after
tearing Its way through he' flesh of
tne rignt arm below the elbow, lodged
in the wall of the room.
Dominguez, the man at whose door
thf crime is laid, is a friend of the
Ortiz farrtily and often spends his
time at the Ortiz home on Chihuahua
Hill, l esterday afternoon he came to
the aoor of the cabin where Mrs. Ortiz
was seated, playing her guiLar and in'
a friendly tone asked the woman how
she felt. She replied that she was
ir. the best of health and Invited Do-
rolnguez into the house.
What happened there between the
tlme of his entrance and the shooting llon wnaleer concerning ms accom
is noc laiown. Mrs. Ortiz claims that . p ?".
he began shooting at once and evi -
der ce tending to substantiate her state-
ment is nrpsp.nt. in .i hnllof hoTp
thiough the suitar.
She claims that
scs-rcely entered the place before he
dtew his gun and started shooting.
She threw up her hands, still grasping
the guitar and the hole in the instru-1
ment was probably made by the first
srot of her would-be murderer.
Dr. Edmundson was called and after
a hasty examina'ion began at once to
dress the wounded arm, which was
literally perforated with wounds, both
shots which took effect there having
passed Irward and outward. He re
moved two buljets from the flesh in
her back just below the right shoulder
But little could be learned from the
Mexican neighbors, they all denying
having heard the shots fired or any
or.tcrys made by the wounded .woman.
The usual reticence, of this class of
peopje -made it particularly difficult tot
me oiuccr3 xo set ins trau, uui men
were sent out to cover every pos3ibie
point by -which Dominguez might have!
left the city.
DAKOTA WIND STORMS.
LEAD, S. D., July 28. Reports reach
here of a severe hall and wind storm
that is raging In different parts of the
state and which brings ruination in
Its path. Buldings are being razed
and general ruin follows the path of
BOY KILLED BT
(Special to Review.)
OAKLAND, July 28. Unable to stop
hl3 machine or to steer it out of the
course which 11-year-old Earl Haskell
was pursuing in his plawful chase of
another automobile. J. H. Baxter, a
lumber dealer, this afternoon ran over
the lad, crushing him to Instant death,
and then struck and seriously injured
George R. Bluett, a colored man. The-
Robbers Board Trains and Get
. Money of the Government in
Fight With Officers and
ROBBERS WOUNDED IN
ONE OF TWO HOLD-UPS
Warsaw Is Scene of Panic
When Revolutionary Agents
Make Attempt to Precipitate
a Free for All Fight.
WARSAW, July 2S. Two darinsr
H.44,A lUUUGUCa CC
robberies were committed In
Rusian Poland tnHnv
one of them
rfromfr staUon S
. r"n guardsmen. General Zukat.
chief of frontier guards; General
Weitenring and Captain Laguma were
Fifteen persons boarded the train at
a way --nation. They evidently had
been waiting for it and made an at
tack on the guardsmen who were re
inforced by the officers named. A
regular skirmish followed in which the
two generals, two officials, five sol
diers and one iobber were killed and
Colonel Brerezlcki and one robber
wounded. The wounded and dead
were taken to Czenstochowa. The rob
bers escaped, taking S,000 and the
I arms of those who had attempted to
defend the train agalnsi-the robbers.
A second robbery wa3 committed
tonight on the Warsaw-Vienna rail
way, sis miles from Warsaw. While
th train was under way, unknown
rersons pulled the danger signal.
causing he train to stop. The rob-
hers, who were aboard, jumped out.
seized the lecomotive and detached
the mall car from the train and ran it
down the line Thcv secured $37,500
of government money The robbers
oiidently were fully Informed that the
.train ha1 the money on board They
carried flags and are supposed to be
members of the Polish Socialist party.
i The train was without a guaid. and
hence there was no fighting and no
. r-ti3ltiefc. Efforts to capture the
The, robber who lies wounded at
Czenstochowa Is In a serious condl-
l on- ?e refus" t0 ive any informa-
' D"C uer :s growing dan
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Many shots were fired and one person
was killed and four wounded V is
heeved to have been at attempt by
revolutionary agents to start an out
NEW YORK, July 23. Maxim Gorki
today made public an appeal directed
to the people of America to "Help the
people of Russia to free its body from
the parasites which such its lifes
The appeal was In part as follows
"The Czar has dispersed the dou
ma. This small man, trembling on
his throne for his life and power like
an aspen leaf, has, with one stroke of
the pen. destroyed all semblance of
law in Russia, and called into life a
new series of murders, robbers and
Tne Russian government will now
inaugurate a apolicy-.".ot brutal and
thieves surrounding the" throne,' and
supporting It with blood-stained hands.
have'oC late heard many bitter and In
sulting thruths from the llp3 ot cour
ageous men. They war avenge tnem
selves for It, and their vengeance will
be severe. They will commence to
annihilate, and destroy the leaders of
the people and, having destroyed the
leaders, they will again declare war
on an unarmed and defenseless peo
ple. SPEED AUTO
accident took place near Eimhurst,
atout six miles east of Oakland.
After killing the boy and perhaps fa
tally Injuring Bluett, the automobile
ran Into a ditch and was badly wreck
ed. Baxter, who was accompanied by
his wife, gave his name to a deputy
sheriff and was allowed to go on his
own recognizance, pendinc the cor-
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