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LIBRARY UNIV. ARIZONA.
VOL. XII. TUCSON. ARIZ.
BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1909-
PINCHOT SNUBBED IN
Personal Traveling Staff of President Taft in His
Thirteen Thousand Mile Tour of the United States
PUBU& B BALLINGEI
nil i ARnrtaTPKDDRPSRtRFPnnT i
J 8) I mm in. tf " iiimiiwim wi n ,
Two Meet for First Time in Salt Lake?"
""Prfaft Tells-Big CroWdjpfMors
mohs Why PhillipineTSugar Got r
Into This Country
SALT LAKE, Sept. 24. Taft today
added a Mormon tabernacle to the
long list of religious edifices In which
he has made addresses. Today's ex
perience was entirely a new one. It
was at Provo, forty miles south of
Salt Lake, the home of Senator
Smott, where it is said that SO
pet cent of the "residents are Mor
mons, that the President faced pne
of the most enthusiastic audiences of
his ten days' traveling.
There was nothing In the program
to suggest the religious character ot
the budding. The President's ap
peal to the patriotism of the people,
bis congratulations to them upon
their evident prosperity and the fact
that they were a community abiding
by .the. laws and determined that every
community of which they were a part,
should be a lawful community, called
for the cheers. Mr. Taft declared
he Intended to speak but ten min
utes. His reception was so cordial.
however, that he spoke for nearly
half an hour. From Provo, where he
was officiallv welcomed to Utah by
Governor Spry, Senator Smpot, Sen-
ator Sutherland and others, the Presi-
dent came to Salt Lake. He arrived
here at 3:30 p. m. to remain until
The arrival c the President de
veloped "an incident in the now fa
mous Ballinger-Pjncnot "controversy
which"was extremely,j interesting to
those 4whd saw ltr. Secretary Ballin
ger came with the President. At
Provo word' was ""received on the
President's train that Pinchot h"ad ar-
rived in Salt Lake and would meet
the party there. When the train j in some of their sugar. I was In favor
came to a standstill Mr. pinchot was of letting all their sugar Into W
at the foot-of 'the fear 'platform stepsYmarket because I did, notfWalcIt
of the President's car with Senator would hurt you here a bit" Yoj we
W. E- Borah of Idaho. "Why. hello ' going1 ahead so rapidly that whi I
Pinchot;" called the president, ex-1 talk with a man from out here ?nd le
tending his hand heartily to grasp . is not thinking of the tariff, he will
that of the chief forester. "How are
you? I am mighty glad to see you."
Pinchot responded cordially. Then
the President greeted 'Senator Borah
with a "Hello, Bill. Fellows, how are
you? I am might yglad to see you."
Several other members of the -party
followed the President off the car
platform and then came Ballinger.
Mr. Pinchot was standing-directly bo-
Eide Senator Borah. Ballinger greet- j
MEXICO CITY, Sept 24 The Mexi
can end of the program for the meet
ing of Taft and Diaz at El Paso has
been completed and sent to Washing
ton to the state department. Diaz
with his staff, several cabinet mem
bers, a battalion of presidential -guards
anA x nnmu,r nf rmrA,-T,mMs ifft,(al3
,,. . 7 7,.. "T "",
win leave- .Mexico ticy on me evening:
of Octpber 12. Dia wUL be la S
Paso from 10 A. 5T.,.tar6 P; M., Oct.
1C. Taft Is expected' to cross the
border twice, first formally to return
President Diaz' visit, and again in the
banquet given by DIar. I f'UnC" U,uffs' South maha' ""
land Benson and with the directors of
EL PASO, Sept. 24 When the Ws company. He declared no' djfi
president visits El Paso he will to nfte results could be announced, bt-.
presented by the El Paso Ohio society expressed the hope, that somethlu-
with the finest Mexican sombrero ever . ... . .. ., .. .
-ma t r ,i m. v . .- tangible In the direction of a sett e
exported from Mexico. The hat Is to
be highly decorated in gold and silver. )lr-ent would develope tomorrow. :,r
It Is now being manufactured in Mex-, service was stopped for the night at
ico city. ' y o'clock.
CALM LY AWAIT" IHTIrTO
WEST DUXBURY, Mass., Sept 24
Awaiting the-end of the worfd, whic.i
they profess to believe will come b
fore C o'clock tomorow nighty the 300
or more members of "Tfcf latter reign
of the Apostolin church, 5. who call
tbemselTe , "Triune lmra.-rimn!sr"
. . A. .
Rollers", reassembled tonight for a.
loiag watch meeting at Aehdo'r on the
ed Senator Borah with a handshake,
but apparently he recognized no one
else in the vicinity- and did not bother
Mr. Pinchot with any effort to speak.
President Taft was driven from the
railway station at the head of the pro
cession of automobiles to the army
post. Fort Douglas, where he re
viewed the fifteenth infantry, which
is stationed there. Following the re
view, he held a reception for officers
and their wives and this evening was
the guest of honr at a dinner at tho.
fort. Returning to the city at 11
p. m. he retired to rooms assigned to
him at a local hotel. The President
was joined here by John Hays Hanj
mond, who will accompany him on
the rest of his trip.
At Provo Taft said: "We hear of
ten that the representative ot one
section or another of the country is
occupying too much space In Washing
ton; is wielding too much influence
and getting too many things of bene-
. fit, to the local community which they
represent On the whole, congress
works out necessarily as a corn-
j promise. Consider what It is that we
are carrying on. Really we have to
rub our eyes some times In order to
ran-v- nnrsplvpR dnm in a hait nf
faact nd see exactly what It is that we
are doing in ordfr to measure what
we have accomplished in the way pt
government by the people;
"Tage the'matter of beet sugar. J
am very much interested ,to help
along some people for whom I was.for
a long time the only representative,
and at that, a kfnd of informal repre
sentative, at Washington, by letting
tell me tales of the manuafcture of
sugar that will just make me think
I want to invest all my money into it
at once. But what did we doT We
compromised, and we saiS to tae peo
ple of the Philippine Islands, 'We will
let you into our market to the extent
of 200,000 tons and no more.' Your
industry will go on and will not be
injured, certainly, by -that Imports-
OMAHA, Sept 24 Riot calls from
many parts of the,clty, resulting rrom
the street car strike, mane a busy day
for the police.
Dozens of cars were, stoned and
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juaiij ui me crews senoo?iy injurea
but onljcsix agttaWs were-arrestikl.
Conductor Ttoberfc Davis was. knocked
down wUh a brick' The mtrny
,ned anJ ibe lhe windows of bis. car
were broken 6y the moo!
, Wattles of the
street car company.
conferred with the mayors of Oroaln,
main turnpike between Boston and
i Plymouth. Althoueh'iO o'clock this
.morning ws orlunliv st sb the
hour of. the end. the faithful showed
lntle disannolntrapnt wlici. mii nf rlic
c'dera announced fU-.v. he ha-1 a rjw
rjvrtat tha'tftfeVr.'rf.i "would not
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b destroyed ntll ?o)iic tltflo ilurlna
ih - twenty -four hours n"xlnnliij: at :1
I VP3r,HHHV From right to left, Wendell W. ftl-' &Mi&
IWSEm Jlischler. asslstaant -Jecretry to Pres- O''SM
VH$hHP ,dent Taft and at rol manager r JL ' V
JflHHY the "White Houseon wheels, John k R' fc.
A B m. i Haye Hammond .president league pfet'iV wtfa
M jTl faj of'RepubUcan clubs! and only com- fjpStSk & Hfr
" JL XKmk fly panlon of the president: on the trip. f&0f-f " AvL J&Bm
HL' MKm. jHB Pr-J' J- RlchardsonJPresldent Taft's lpJ W 'B
MBBbsHWW -flBBl social hysician on the trip, Arthur JRffJk .vk. "HK
HJ t JIEHHH Brooks, .personal 'messenger to the WiMI0S$MI fK
' flHHHk'" f HlH president-P w- Wagner, Taft's as &fflB!Hi
mm j.j!MjLfsiiEiii MRHimieRFirir
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ONE MAN IB ,ulk"u SUHPRISFO H
HII I hi! U of the PsciHc Mail liner Siberia. fij 1 1 llfl I RJ fi I 1 1 1 ffll
II 1 1 I I 1 1 which Balled toda' for San Francisco. 13 1 1 ill i II ft I i i I II
SEATTLE, Sppt. 24. Of the elghty
passengers"on a big Wallingford ave
nue car wrecked at a curve near the
main gate of the world's fair grounds
today, not one escaped being cut or
bruised, but It is believed tonight
that none of the injured will die.
Frank Hull of Tacoma, aged 4C, an
Odd Fellow attending the sovereign
grand lodge meeting, died an hour af
ter being taken from the wreck,
' .SAX FRAXOISCO" Sept. 24 FlvV
indictments ch3rgTnsvfoIatlous. of the
pure food anoUdrugJaw, were'-.retunj
ed loday by the fedeTaJ grand Jury
against 'local firms,jQn'e is agatu-r
the "Cordon Syrup company, for sh. -ping
a number of cans marked "Per
fection Maple Syrup" to Phoenis
Arizona, which the experts allege to
have been cane syrup with an admix
tnre of maple. .
SAYS TRADE IS ENCOURAGING.
XEW YORK. Sept. 24. Bradstreet
tomorrow will say: Trade conditions
are in favorable proportions, ship
ments are heavy and In many in
stances buyers are requiring prompt
deliveries. Retail trade Is getting In
better shape at many centers. Warm
weather Jias., retarded its fullest de
velopment. Commodity prices both
for raw material and edibles are gen
EL. PASO, Sept. 24. United States
Senator Jos. W. Bailey telegraphed
tonight his acceptance of the invita
tion to meet W. J. Bryan in Joint de
bate here at an early date, upon the
tariff rates on raw material. Bryan's
acceptance- has not yet been received.
The Invitation was issued by a local
committee. Bryan had previously ar
ranged to speak here next Monday.
i j ft '9n
MANILA, Sept. 24. Four million
cigars formed a large paft of the car
go of the P?cific Mail liuer Siberia,
which Balled today for San Francisco.
This shipment is the largest that ever
crossed the Pacific. It completely
cleaned up the local market. As a
result of the heavy demand for Phil
ippine cigars since the tariff upon
them was removed, factories are be
ginning to advance the price.
NEW ARIZONA POSTMASTERS.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 24. The fol
lowing postmasters have been ap
pointed: For Constellation, John
Miller, vice H. S. Wren, removed.
For Red Rock, Geo. F. Mills, removed.
S DUN REPORT
NEW YORK, Sept. 24. Dun to
morrow will say: "While there are a
few bad spots in the business filia
tion, they are not sufficient to change
the generally- cheerful and in some
respects brilliant outlookv The movp
menfinjron and steel is tremendous,
resulting- In premiums beingjoiW" for
prompt'delivtry. Foreign trade li un
salkfsctory in view- o decreased ex
pcrts"&nd increased imports, iut U
sb.'luU' jia" b overlooked, that he
former J" x result in paart jf a
mor; mi advance in prices !?
then abroad, while the big Imports
testify. -to t Increased spending capac
ity of our peopl. More New England
manufacturers have been operating In
1,-Hiln'f It week and the volume n
n -fluo" Ks r.uite large.
CARSON, Ner Sept. 24. Calmly
smoking aa cigarette with the sto
icism proverbial in his race, George
Williams, the' Indian murderer of Bar
ney Griffin and James Connors, two
prospectors at Stimler, Nev., in 1907,
was hanged this morning at the
sta.te. pris6n. ...
CHICAGO, Sept . 2! Otto T. Ban-
'jutrd, who was noirlnatcd as the Reo-
i Mean candidate fur lr.iyor of Now
York last ilsht, ati .! hcr.j tml-iy tu
ulttnd the weddlnj-, -if his niece.
'The nomination uns a surprise."
fiv said. "I '.houg.T- It would g.i to
.'ob Hedges i shall r vn to Now
'."(irk early next v. :c befii. the
campaign. I ai.i -.irkii ? alKi..i Mr.
1'carst. 1 am pr-?ty c- ..! that he
lit not su, port u. n' raf- vt-tlalti
that he will not support Tammany.
I do not see what there is for him
to do unless he becomes a candidate
HIGH SEAS .
MANILA, Sept- -24.-rr-The.- Brifisb.
steamer Harlowin cltarge of 'Captain-
Bruce, which left Newport News June
14 for. Port Natal and Manila, reports
that July 27, 180 miles from Durban,
she passed a steamer afire. The ves
sel in question, whose name was im
possible to make out, was shortly af
terward destroyed by an explosion. It
Is supposed that this sfeamer was the
missing British steamer Waratah
which, with 300 persbns abroad, has
not been heard from since July 26.
RURAL MAIL MEN
ROCHESTER, SepU 24 The Nat
jcnsl Association cf Rural Free Deliv
ery carriers today decided to continua
the per capita tax of $1.00 Eliaa
Frey, of Hamilton, Ind., was electee
pre Jdent. The next convention will
bt held at Uttle Rock, Ark.
LONDON, Sept. 24 Wild
are reported to have taken
!!.,. In j
the prison at Birmingham as a result
of forcibly feeding with the stomacn ner semencea to we penitentiary roi , lhe mmey, Dut faned. J Juagft
pump suffragettes who are on a hun-,two years today. Sentence was sus ; VIckery called FIckel as a jritness
ger strike. The women resisted ill pended and Mrs. Fickel's 'sqh will at when lhe iTOmau's'cWvraa called o-
eirons or tne Keepers, sraasnu uie tempt to raise the money and save
windows and attacked the wardeness t,his mother. "
1'lnally, ther had to be handcuffed t Mrs. FIckel embecled J593.7C
Ptd -placed, in. solitary confinement, from the, estate.- of- Bertha. . Bozen -
THE RIVAL EXPLORERS TAKE
SUPPORTERS INTO THEIR
CONFIDENCE IN A PRIV
BOTH CONVINCE MEN
OF THEIR CLAIMS
PEARY CLUB WILL HOLD A
SPECIAL MEETING TO
NEW YORK, Sept. 24. For tho f.rst
time since his arrival here Dr. Cook
took into his confidence foday one of
the leading American, geographical
authorities, Arthur M. Huntington,
president of the American Geograph
ical socUlr, with ffbom he lk.! an
hour's pr'rate conference.
Whether Cook submitted' some of
his data to Huntington could not be
ascertained,- for upoh leaving Hunting
ton refused, to comment on the meet
Ing. Dr Cook's friends announced,
however, that Huntington had ex
pressed perfect confidence in the ba
llet that Cook had discovered he pole.
BAR HARBOR, Me.. Sept. 24,
"I have read the records submitted by
Peary on the question. 'Has Cook,
been at the pole?' and found therein
much that Dr. Cook baas not stated.
They are very interesting." General
Thomas Hubbard,-president of tho
Peary Arctfc club, made this state
ment today; after a careful examina
tion of the records which were ssub
mitted to him by Peary yesterday.
Peary will confer with General Hub
bard here Monday. Peary's records
and observations were not submitted
to General Hubbard, but probably
will be placed before the Peary Arc-
.41celubat-tt-fipecia-ineeUng ofthe4-rfirsr,fr a .',,.,.. . , , . ,
, . t, V. .. .- liuyvH7 Amoag the arrivals today
club which has been called.'
PORTLAND, Sept. 24 Peary ex
plained today that when he referred
to taking observations at noon at the
pole he did not mean the arctic noon
of June 21. but the noon he had timed
at Cape Columbia. Failure to so int)
these details led to the error that so
greatly puzzled f'the (Italian astron
Arizona Partly cloudy Saturday
and Sunday. Warm in north portion
BUTTE, Sept. 24. Twenty-eight
miners employed at the Gagnon
mine refused to obey the order of the
Misers' Union to quit work today.
They were rescued. from a mob to
night by fifteen police officers' under
command of Thomas Borton and
Sheriff John O'Rourke with a dozen i
deputies. The officers with drawn, j
revolvers surrounded the Gagnon J
mob to the miner's hall where a com
mittee from the miners' union Inter-
Viewed the men. What transpired is
n.j known as ne officers, with fTins
ready for action, would permit no one
,to enter the building. In a few mln
utes Actii'g President Robert Crane
lof the miner's union, appeared In 3
winnow and addressed the peon-" ,n
the street below, advised the miners
to disperse and meet again at the city '
auditorium at 8 o'clock Saturday
CLEVELAND, Sept. 24. Rather
I than loan his former wife S500, which
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prison, Jacob FIckel, a brewer,, saw
: . : STABT TODI
STAGE SETTING 'ALL READY
FOR MONSTER CELEBRA
TION OF DISCOVERY OF
CLERMONT AND HALF MOON
GREATEST GATHERING OF
WARSHIPS IN HISTORY
OFF MANHATTAN ISLE
NEW YORK. Sept. 24. The stago
tonight was set for the historical
pageant on land and water-, which
opens here tomorrow and will r-n-linue
for two weeks, along the length
of the stream that Hudson discov
ered and Fulton first navigated fcy
Wilbur Wright was busy on Gov
ernors Island preparatory for his
aerial flights. The great elevated
battery of forty searchlights of 500,
000 candle power each, which at
night will play up and down ' the
Hudson and throw colored patterns on
a screen of smoke and steam was
placed In position.
The clumsy little Clermont, a repro
duction of the ship in which Robert
Fulton made his first voyage by steam
has had her official trials and proved
that she can do as well as her orig
inal. The quaint Half Moon, with her
crew ot old world mariners is his
torically complete, even to the rude
insTru .Lents with which Henry Hud
son shaped his course -to these shores.
A great chain of warships, the 'larg
est International gathering ever as
sembled, are stretched up the Hudson
River tonight frpm opposite the cen
tral portion of Jhe city until it was
lost in the .distance beyond Spuyten
were the British ship Inflexible, one
of the most powerful ships of the
royal navy, and four german cruisers,
the Bertretha, the Bremen, the Dres
den and the Viktoria Louise, com
pleting the preliminaries for tomor
row's navy parade.
The arrival of the squadrons of
Germany and Great Britain, filled up
the last gap In the eight mile line of
warships. There was a great tumult
of welcome upon their arrival, can
nonading, wagging flags, the hoarse
cheers of sailors and in the evening
the long Istance greeting by search
lights. THE DEATH ROLL
F STORM IS
NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 24 With
the list of dead from Monday's tropi
cal hurricane now well above the hun
dred every indication points to a much
larger number of victims. Many siusll
sloops and launches are lylng'-'wrecK-.
on me gun snore or Louisiana -and
Mississippi, and.fiere, is Ifttle douat
that some ot their occpants were losr.
Anxiety for the safety of steamers
bound for New Orleans during tb
hurricane period on" the gulf," h7
been relieved. Nearly all of "these
vessels were many hours late, but fin
ally arrived at this port with the ex
ception of the Utstein which is fcir
days overdue from Puerto Cortez.
The oyster lugger Washington cap
sized and Captain Dominic Bondy was
drowned. The boat went down in
Lako Pontchartrain . Many other vo.-
sefs cf this class are reported to be
THAN A WOMAN
herdt while acting as guardian "to the
woman last winter. She was convlct-
ed, but Judge Vickerv told MrsjsFickel
. ... ...
she could go free If she would repay
lhe money. Mrs. Fickel's son tried to
day. The'Judge.'scored FIckel because
he. would not pay the'amount'of the'
embezzlement and eeo nfie woman