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WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL- MINER
PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA.
PfiSS CAMERON BILL J.W.W.MUST BELIEVE
OVER GOVERNOR'S VETO LEAVE THE WAS FOOL
House Rebukes Federal Government
Signs Many Bills
(Special Dispatch to
Vilol MX, Ail.., .March IS. -The
msattonnl event nf llio Lcglsln
. l.iv wiih tin' overriding of (Inv
. n r KlIlllI'V'H veto of tlui ltriflit
nH i trail Mil by tho iiiiaiiliiioiiM vole
- hot ii Houses. Tho governor, In veto
U iin lull, liatl Included in his mcs-
'ijegrnm from Wocrelary Hitch
h tir.'ing Hi" defeat of tlio measure,
i w ik contrary to llio policy of the
i r department, which In mi rap
. . passublo extinguishing all claims
Mm limil on forest reserves.
l,i governor liail ollcrcd no vIcwh
i iirtrnliig llio liill, anil tli members
r i i.i House xplniiit'tl Hint Hii'ir nc
u,ii was taken, not in opposition tn
in)' governor ho much an in resentment
I tn inlcrfoienee of tho federal ail
build's priHon removal 1111 reached
me council anil wan referred to the
JuaViary eoniinltteii, whlc.h in under
ttnoil to lie unfriendly tn it, lint there
I- a general Impression prevailing that
after some trading, i tho intercut of
liiiiKon, tho bill Tlll-b-TiaMid.-
Wlli passed by tho Honso today
Increasing K.-ilary of superltitohdctit
of Insane asylum.
Increasing salaries of county record
ers, Hill providing for acceptance nf cash
in lien of lmtid.
Hill for application nf Territorial law
nilh ret'erenco to collection of dclln
iiirnl taxcK to cities nnd towns.
Hill for taxing express companies as
Minus in counties of first clnsi $100
a year, countieH of fiecond class lr.100,
unities of third elans 1200, counties
f fourth, llfth nnd sixth classes lfiO.
Itill amending law hm to homesteads
Tin- militia hill.
Hill removing lilnil from judgment
linh may bo grunted for personal In-
The Hoiino laid the Clcuvelaiid Hall
wny coininiHiiion bill on tho tnhle.
Tin Council defeated the (VNelll
i tieatlng bill.
incssugo wan received from Hie
;ntmnr announcing bin approval of
''i following measures:
ln rcnsini' salaries of bonrds f
Authorizing town councils to levy
'Ms for public. improvements.
in mllng law for bounties fur do-
'rii. lion of wild aiiimalH.
1 I providing that misrepresentation
nrlng life iiiHiirauee policies does
' ' 'into it unlCH.s It in ihiiwn that
r i I' Hcntation wiih material.
'iU increasing Halnrles of Territorial
MAY NOW BE SHOT
'' ANdKLKS, Cnl., Match Is-
1 use hn helped tho sheriff of Los
l'clcn county capture a murderer,
years ago, Antonio Fell, has heuu
""'hnin.nl to death in Mexico, and is
,,;i, le any day to be stood up aga:nst
' "-ill and shot by a squad of soldiers.
' 'he hope of saving Ids life the aid
f President Uoonevelt, Keeretary of
s,''e Hoot and (Invornor (ll)lett is to
," invoked. Helilnd thin plan is !!'
'''crniinatiiin of American otliclaln that
'"'falter Moxlcan violators of Amerl
mi law slmll no escnpo punishinent
''y merely cr's1ng tho International
Hill amending law creating officii of
suporcin court reporter.
.Several other bills of little. Import
ance, slightly ainendatory to existing
lawn, were also approved by the gov
ernor. Appropriations Considered.
PIIOKNIX, Ail.., March IS.-Tho
first attempt to consider appropriatlonn
in any form ninw in tho House thin
afternoon, when ltailey took tlm floor
and called up the bill to provide lev
euue for implovemeiils nt Territorial
After two hours' win I; tin, bill was
nidi-red engrossed. 1 1 entries appro
priations an follows:
Asylum, if. '0,000; llensoii school,
1W,0005 Klagstair Normal school, if 10,.
0110; Tempo Normal, ifS7,tMi0; Tucson
University, if.'O.illtO. The Territorial
fair appropriation in yet to be aildcil.
In tabling the Clcnvolaiiil Itailroad
commission bill in the House, the vote
wan n m follows:
Nays - Hell, Coleman, Crenshaw,
(IroMottn, Krouk, Morgan of Navajo,
Pnco;Hlturf!i!or ami WiUImoc;-P WHItmy
wiih absent, Hiihincn voted nye.
Tho vole on tho anti tniatiiig bill
wan 0 tn 0, an follows:
Aycn lllnkuly, Clciivebuid, Ilogne,
Mclntyrc, O'Neill nnd Wcodln.
After tho Cameron bill had brnn
pns.scd over tho governor 'n veto, Hell
offered a resolution relenting Interfer
ence in the deliberations of thn leg
islature by tho secretary of the in
terlor or the. Knntn l'o railroad ofllcials.
Tho resolution, on motion of David
son, wan laid on the table.
Enjoyed tho Show.
I'llOKNIX, An.., March K Tho
entire Legislature enjoyed "A .Stiauger
in Town" tonight, thu bent musical
farce comedy playing in I'lioeulx thin
season. During the evening local nnd
legislative hits kept the house more
bank ornoiALa ON tuial.
CIIICAOO. 111.. March IH.-TI
of the officers of the di-fund Haul, of
America, who are chaiged with having
accepted deposltn when the bank uns
Insolvent, wan called tor trial uriore
.Imlen I'lnrUnev today. The defend
nntn are .Judge Abner Kmith, (lustav
Harrow, .leronie H. Pierce nnd 1 ranl
TO CONSECRATE NEW HISHOr.
.1 ANCII K.HTKH. N. IL, March 1H.
All arrangement have been concluded
for Hi-' ceremonies tomorrow attending
the consecration of Ittv. Leorgo A.
(inertia ns bishop of the Koman ( a in
I idle diocese of Manchester.
I ell, a M. v" i itii 0, is in a pc
euliar position. The murderer wan u
Mexican, .Itinii Antonio I'nebla, and
nlew a man in Santa Monica Canyon,
ten years ago, in a quarrel over a
woman. Hn escaped over tho border,
Finally, .Sheriff Hummel located him,
and Fell, went over and got him by a
ruse, lie wan then hanged. Then Mex
i(.nII oiHciais arrenteilJVliz, charging
ItWnnping, nnd ho was given tho death
penalty. HI guilt if lrK' l
not qilKslbnoil, but it is contended that
l, performed a service to this stato
nnd county and served as an Jndlipea
nnblo aid in the cad of justice.
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1907.
OOhHriKM), Nov., March IH.-Tho
following statement wan given out to
day: "The Hunlnesn Mcii'h and Mlno
Owner's nnsoclatlon desires to make an
announcement of the present labor dif
ficulties in (iolilfleld. For thu last
thriM yearn tho camp lias had labor
trouble caused by the Industrial Work
ers of the World. They maintained a
reign of .terror so fur un tho laboring
men and business wan concerned. Men
who worn warned not to enter the camp
sometime.4 did so, ami were assaulted
and forced to lenvo by thin organiza
tion. Laboring men who oireuded in
any way were beaten hud sent out on
the desert without food or shelter.
"Two ntrlken have been inaugurated
by tho Industrial Wnrkcrn. The first
wan settled peacefully ; the m nil In u
light between the liiilustiinl Workers
and tho American- Federation of Labor.
The former served notice on Hie mini)
owners that unless all carpenters be
longing to the latter organization were
Uncharged all miners would bo called
out. A restaurant keeper who nerved
meals to carpenters of tho latter or
ganization wan killed in cold blood in
his own house. The business men nnd
mine owners are determined such con-
lit ions must end. A mass meeting wan
iMMM--4uiaUMe.Uoluni!lil uiisinenn Mv.n
and Mine Owner's association wan
formed. It In simply to preserve, order.
riiero in to be no changes in hours or
"Lawlessness and suppression must
cease. Tlio Industrial Workers, ns rep-
rescntattven of Inwlensiiicss, must leave
tho district. Thin in thn only innuo in
volved. Labor unionn are not to warred
against ,but encouraged, but they must
lie unions lint under the control of the
LOD., March 18. Thn lockout hero
is ended. The workmen exhausted their
funds, and decided to return to work
OF EENIINE (AND
fProm We.dnesdoy's Daily.)
Tho remains of Frank Coming, who
met death near lliiripm llala, while
wandering thiough the moiiutaiun in u
demented condition, (nought on by a
three months' Illness with grlpfie and
fever, were interred .Sunday afternoon
in the Citizen's reinetery, the funeral
college staring from tho Maun under
inkbiL' narlorn at -1 o'clock. Thn Inst
s;id rites vere pronounced by Ho v.
Father Ilenuelt. in tho presence of a
large number, of the deceased n frieniln.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 1). (Joining, parents of
the young man, were iinnldo lo attend
the funeial, being themselves very 111.
nmcrnl of J. A. Conlco.
lWrnl services over tho remains nf
.1. A. Coulee took place Kunday nfte
iinoii at " o'clock, from Huffner's
chanel. Inlerineiit in the Citizen's ceme
tery, where deceased was laid lo rest
beside Ids wife, who preceded film to
(he grave somo two yearn ago.
EHKINO ONES SENTENCED.
Yesterday, in the city recorder '
court, doe Hurlori wan sentenced to
serve twenty days in the city jail In
lien of a t-0 fine, mid Dan Mahoney
wan committed to the basilic for thirty
days In default of tho imymoiit of n
rt.'IO line, on Intoilfatlon charges. Hotl
started to celebrate St. Patrick's da
on Sutnrduy, but ran afoul of tho law.
IMIOHNIX, Ariz., March LS.-.lohn
Lelclit of Cheboygan, Win., a late ar
rival hero from thn east, has disap
peared. Ollkers arc looking for bis
body. It is believed he was murdered,
All oftlc.ors between Yuma and Tuc
son have been warned to look out
for Louis Kytlnge, who arrived on thu
same train with Leic.ht, and who was
last seen in his company.
Tim two went driving, and Kytlngo.
returned alone and reported that Lelclit
had suddenly become nick, and had been
left at n resort near I'hoenlx.
Kytlngo is alleged to have forged
some small checks and left town. Tho
story that Leieht wan left at a renort
wan afterwards proved untrue.
OMAHA, Neb., March IS. Four met,
onvlcled hero in December In tint gov-
rumen! land fraud case Nero sentenced
today. Two went fined &l,r,00 and
given one year in jail, and two were
fined $.'00 nnd given eight mouths in
jail. All appealed.
LOOK FOR TH1IN
NKW YOH1C, March JH.-Tlirce ex-
icrts were examined today in tlm Thaw
trial. ITnlens the unexpected happens
tho verdict -would bo In Friday night.
The people's case closed today with
tho introduction of thn llumnml u (Vi
la vit, which was read to tho jury. Tho
aflidavit was a surpriso only in tho al
leged severity of the assaults of Thaw
upon Miss Ncshit. In mir-rihuttnl three
policemen who saw Thaw tho night of
tlio tragedy declared ho looked and act
ed irrationally. Tomorrow tho ex
perts examined will be Doctors Lvntm,
Wngnor and Pilgrim of Poughkeepsle,
N. Y., and President of I lie New York
Lunacy Commission (Jrcgory.
FAIRBANKS' BUSY DAY.
CHICAUO, III.. March IS.-An club
orat'o bampiet wnn held tonight under
tho auspices of the Irish Fellowship
Club. N'lce President Fairbanks was
tlie guest of honor and delivered tho
chief address. He spoke on the "Irish
in America." Previous to thin speech
the vice president made tlire.i nil
drccs, held several Impromptu recep
tluiis ami ntlended u lum-hoon al tho
HONOR CALHOUN'S MEMORY.
CIIAHLIISTON. H. C., Mntrh IV -The
universal legard in which the
memory of John '-. Culhouu Is held
whs given oxpios-dim throughout South
Carolina nnd neighboring states today
by exercises commemorating the l&'th
anniversary of life gtent stoli'Siuaii '
THINK MONEY STOLEN.
CIIICAOO, III., March IS. The
counting of 4 OO.iioo.OiiO in the local
sub treasury, to determine if the short
age of jfl'o.OOO was du.t to faulty book
keeping, was finished today. Nothing
was discoveied to explain tlio shortage
other than that the money had linen
NKW VOHK, Mareli Ib.-Iikit, S
Kleolrolytle, R to 5! 6,
Casting, 'J4 to 'J I ft,
ITIRIPLEY. OF SANTA FE,
Says He Caused
Wall Streets-Believes Employees
LOH ANOKLKS, Cab, March 18. In
an interview this ' afternoon, President
F. 1'. Hlpley of thn Hanta Fo is ipioted
as saying that Itoosovelt in resjionstblo
for tho present uncertain condition of
Hecauso of nntl-rnilrnail sentiment,
tlio Hanta Fo in not tanking any con
templated improvements at present.
Hlpley says Harriman will retire
from active railroading within thu
lie stated he did not bolievo any good
could come of tho proposed meeting
between Honsovelt and tho four railrond
Ho expressed tho opinion that the
standard ellleiency of railroad eim
ployen in deteriorating.
He naid he wan personally opposed to
government ownership, an the govern
ment had never done anything in a
HAN FHANCI8CO. Cnl., March 18.-
Tho action of tlm grand jury, which
today had members of tho board of
supervisors brought before it, aroused
great Interest in tho proceedings of
that body, which had been forced to
suspend operations as a result of thu
doubts thrown on its legality by
Hclimltz nnd Huiif.
When it was uiiuounccd today that
tho grand jury would remain in session
all night it wan conceded that extra
ordinary results might bo looked for.
Tim ltiillotiii tonight published an ex
tra saying further exposures of munic
ipal corruption had been made, and
that further indictments were (o fol
low. The Hulletiu charged (hat (.r,0,
000 had been paid to high oltlclaln to
permit the conversion of tlio street
rallyway systems into electric lines.
Other allegations are also made.
YUBA CITY MAY
MA It YH VILLI', Cnl., Mareh IS.
Tho Yubn river barrier, a mile long and
sixteen feel high, built by the govern
ment, at an expense of ifi'00,000, was
paitly destroyed by flood waters of tho
Yuba river today. Tlm levees in tho
recbimatlon district went out thin nf
teruoon causing u great expense to the
county. Yuba City will be flooded In
a few hours.
SPOKANE RATE CASE.
CIIH'AdO, 111., March IS.- Members
of the Interstate Commot commis
sion assembled in Chicago today for a
hearing of the famous Hpokan rate
cae, which was given n prelinilusry
hearing several w.-oks ago in (be
Stock Flurry On
business way well or economically. II
naid lie wan convinced that government
ownership meant tho downfall of the
republic. Ho said ho had never doubt
ed tho good intentions of Koosovult.
Yoakum Sees Presldont.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 18.
Tho President had a conference todsy
villi II, P. Yoakum, chairman nf tho
board of directors of tlm Hock lsUnd.
Thin Js the second conference In ten
days. Yoakum said today he was in
favor of the closest possible relations
between tho railroads and the federal
government. Ho refused to stato thn
purpose of his interview with tho
Mellcn la Next.
WASHINGTON, 1). C, March 18.
President Mellcn of tho New York,
New Haven & Hartford railway, ar
rived tonight, nnd tomorrow will con
fer with Hooevlt regarding railroads.
OMAHA, Neb., March IS. -Two
largo construction contracts uapcni)4;
almost two thousand men withdrawn
from jobs ,ono of them already Bearing
completion, are concrete evidence of
tho sincerity of the retrenchment pol
icy of tho llurriman lines. The ab
solute impossibility of raising funds to
curry on tho work in the reason given
by Vice President Mohlcr for tho ac
tion taken. ,
Tho two contracts were both in ta
hand of Kllpalrick Urns, One Is for
a line between Topckn and Marysvllln,
Kan., giving Kansas City direct coo
licet Ion with the Onion I 'art He main
line. Tlio, other is for a cut off tn
Colorado, just south of Cheyenne, Wyo.,
to save carrying trains from Denver
over tho famous Athol hill. Two mem
bers of Hie firm of Kllpiitrlrk I Iron,
were called Into (he olllce of Chief
Kiigiiu-er Huntley of the I'ulon Pacific,
ami told that work on these two pro
ects must stop for lack of funds.
(Fram Wednesday'! Dally,)
Yesterday an Imitation Wn s.nt to
President Koocsvclt at Wnhlngt"ti, to
lie present here on the occasion of tho
unveiling of the Ciiptnln O'Neill Hough
Klder munumunt, by the Monument
I'ommW'ioii. The roiuml-ioii eipcel
to have the monument llalskeU and
Itsidy for un veiling hIhiuI the inlddlo
Mr hd Mis. Hubert liireh. Mis
I lain 'oe, Mrs. Hldwy lUrtk, Mrs.
II. II. HhiUIi, i;. lima mud. ,1. 1.. Arctium-Im-mu
and L. A. Tobey formed h merry
party that lfl her- ywrtenUgr after
himii for Mut'iibe, wbr they attended
the dance given last night tn honor
of Hi. Irish holiday 8t Pstri.IT. dsv
PLENTY OP 1'EEI).
L L HarmiHi. the YnvfcpMi and Mtf
tcom stiH-kmaii and fsrmer, roturnrd
here et inlay from Anvil UinU. wherr
be has extensive stuck lalvrcsU. He
rciorU the prospect for a pruspercni
year nnmiig th stookinon In be giod,
and that their is a pbiutlfal supply
of feed n tho rangi-j.
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