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THE HOLBROOK NEWS. HOLBROOK. ARIZ.. OCTOBER 13.
Southwest News From All Over New Mexico and Arizona The three convicts who escaped from the Arizona ' state penitentiary at Florence were re-captured at a point between the towns of Gilbert and Chandler, and were returned to the prison. The three men surrea dered without resistance. Steve F. Katonka, convicted in San Juan county of murdering two taxi . cab drivers south of Shlprock, was sentenced by the Supreme Court to be hanged Friday, Oct 20, at Aztec when he failed to perfect his appeal from the lower -court. Theodore West, maintaining to the last his sham of insanity, died on the Callows at the state penitentiary at Florence. He was executed, for the murder of Lem Smith in Mohave county In July, 19--'!. West went to his death with never a hint of a con fession. Paroles were granted by Governor Mechem to J. W. Thomas of Curry county, sentenced to the penitentiary to serve from twelve to thirteen months, and Pedro Moriega, Sierra county, 10 years old, sentenced to the reformatory as a juvenile delinquent, to test their ability to abstain from crime. The McRae Planing Mill at Aluuio- gordo, one of the best plants of its kind In the state, was completely de stroyed by fire recently, and will be a total loss. The plant was. doomed before the water was turned on and the most that could be done was to keep the fire from spreading to ad jacent buildings. Zane Grey, famed writer of fiction dealing with Arizona and the great Southwest, arrived in Flagstaff re cently with a party of seventeen hunters and immediately started for the Tonto basin, where Mr. Grey has a hunting lodge and where the party will spend the next six weeks hunt ing big game. Mr. Grey's houie is at Altadena, Culif. ' Waiter P. Seyfred, president of the New Mexico Federation of Labor, and Andrew Bruno, taxi driver, who were convicted of a conspiracy to transport explosives on an A. T. & S. F. train, were sentenced In Federal Court at Santa Fe to serve two years In Leavenworth penitentiary and fined $5,000 each. The maximum penalty . was two years and a (10,000 fine. The eight proposed amendments to the Arizona state constitution, voted on at the special and primary elec tion of Septemlier 12, were officially declared defeated after the state-wide vote had been canvassed in accord ance with the law, by Governor Thom as K. Campbell, Chief Justice Henry L. Itoss of the State Supreme Court, and Secretary of State Ernest Hail. A. IS. Van Zandt 22-year-old bank clerk of Patagonia, who was arrested in Mugdalena, Sonora, -recently on a churge of having embezzled $2,200 of I lie funds of the First State Bank of Patagonia, and who has been in jail in Xogules, Sonora, was released by Mexican officials. The Mexican au thorities refused to hold the youth longer on the ground that he had com mitted no offense in Mexico against the Mexican laws. . Pablo Archibeque was instantly killed and William Wildensteln fatally Injured when they were overtaken by a Santa Fe train on a bridge north of Las Vegas. The men were walking to the city on the tracks from a ranch where they had been employed and were unable to reach the end of the bridge when the train came suddenly around a curve. Archibeque was killed instantly and Wildensein died without regaining consciousness. J. H. Ferguson and LeFayette Ben nett were found guilty by a jury in Federal Court in Santa F6 on ' a charge of conspiracy to defraud. A. Paul Siegel and Fred Simmons, in cluded in the case, were acquitted. A party of hunters, who have been hunting in the White mountains of Arizona for some time under the guidance of Bay Grayson of Silver City, returned to Silver CJty, N. M, with five large black bears. One of the animals measured seven feet from the tip of his nose to the end of his tail and eight feet from toe to toe. Hunters report that bears are more plentiful In southern Arizona and New Mexico than in many years. According to reports of the Biologi cal Survey over 120,000 acres of land in New Mexico was treated for the extermination of prairie dogs during the month of August. The crop lands totaled 1325 and the range lands 108,908 acres. The work lias been carried on in nearly every, county of the state and ut the present rate there will be no dogs in the state in the next two years. The extermination work took 7,724 quarts of poisoned grain for the destruction of the ' rodents. Notable additions are being made by all the big mining companies of Arizona to the rare collections of the ores and minerals which form the per manent mineral exhibit at the State Fair grounds and which afford one of the. most Interesting of the education al exhibits of the 1922 fair. Always un exhibit of popular interest because of the gem-like beauty of many speci mens, the mining exhibit this year will be a magnet for hundreds of mining men from all parts of the southwest during the coming fair week, October 30-Xovember 4. V. O. Burge, an uncle of Thomas W. Burge, held in the county jail at Prescott on a charge of complicty in the murder of Ivcr F.nge last June, was arrested and thrown into a cell on u charge of attempting to bribe witnesses who, it is expected will ap lear ut Burge's trial with testimony damaging to the defendant. William K. Acker, found guilt by a Jury on a charge of murder in connection with the death of Knglo, was brought into court and, after his attorneys' motion for a new trial had been denied, was sentenced to be linnged iH'cember 1. BALKAN WAR AVERTED PARIS THINKS DANGER POINT IN NEAR EAST CRISIS IS PAST. KEMALISTS BEGIN WITHDRAWAL OF TROOPS FROM NEUTRAL ZONE. Constantinople. Orders for a cessa tion, of militury movements in the Chu link region or Asiatic Turkey and for the suspension of the activities of the Turkish irregular forces in Thrace have been issued by Mustaphu Keiuul Pushu, the Turkish National leaders. The Turkish Nationalist authorities have agreed to un armistice confer ence In Muduniu, and have requested the allied high, commissioners to ap point delegates. The Nationalists will be represented by Ismet Pasha uud possibly by llcniid Bey. Tarls. The general feeling in Paris is that the danger point In the Near Fast situation is past. The withdraw al of the Turks from Eren Keui, and, as seini-officiully reported, also from their position ut Clianak, is accepted as proof of the Angora gavernment's readiness to comply with the allied de sires. Great Britaiu Is given credit In French official quarters with having held a dignified and firm attitude, which has greatly contributed to the solution of the difficulty. At the same time, Mustaphu Kemal Is praised for having shown a concil iatory attitude, which, it is hojted the British will not overlook, as the Ke- malists will have evacuated the neu tral zone first. French officials are anxious that Great Britain will find a means to sat isfy Turkish public opinion. London With the virtual accept ance of Mustaphu Kemal Pusha of a conference ut Mudanla, the whole Near Eastern situation Is considered temporarily easier. However, the fact that Turkish troops still are concen trating in the Ismid zone, notwith standing that they have retired slight ly in the Chunuk zone, would indicate that "Kemal still Is playing the game." New Devices Revolutionize Warfare. Washington Two instru ments which,-it is declared, wHI revo lutionize the art of coast defense, are being exhibited in the ordnance de partment here, and later will be in stalled at Panama to control the fire of the big guns in the canal defenses. Tne instruments comprise a system of ranging and following a moving enemy ship. They are operated electrically and adjusted automatically. They add. subtract, multiply, divide and make allowance for many factors controlling the flight of a big shell. Powder Blamed in Mine Explosion. Johnston City, 111. The explosion In the Luke Creek mine near here, which killed five miners and injured three others, was cuused by powder, a coro ner's jury found after hearing testi mony of a number of witnesses at an Inquest. State Mine Inspector Morgan testified that he had investigated the shaft and found it free of gas. Two inspect! rs of the mining company, de clared they had Inspected the mine on the morn'.Dg before the explosion, as was their daily custom, but had found no truce cf gas. Electrical Firm la Sued. Washington The Federal ' Trade Commission to-day issued a complaint against the Cutler-Hammer Manufac turing Company of Milwaukee, manu facturing electric controllers, charging unfair methods of competition by "dis criminating in the prices of sale of theirproducts, regardless of any dif ference in the selling costs and not for tiie purpose of meeting competition.' The commission charged the company with dividing its customers Into three classes, granting different discounts accordingly. Veteran Commander Dies. Long Beach. Calif. Bear Admiral Charles E. Clark, who, when a cap tain, commanded the battleship Ore- tm on its famous voyage from San Francisco to Key West and later in the buttle of Santiago July 3, 1S9S. in the Spanish-American War, died ut the home of his daughter here. He was 7U years old. Admiral Clark re- ired from active service in 1000 and later cume from Washington, D. C, to reside with his daughter, Mrs. Charles F. Hughes. Guard Town Following Race Riot. Montgomery, Ala. Montgomery is under guard of three companies of Alabama National Guard, on negro is dead from a gunshot wound, a white man is wounded by a bullet, and dozens of negroes are suffering from injuries reveived at the hands of n mob which attempted to storm the county jail here and take possession of Joe Terrell, a negro. Terrell was charged with having slain George Wil son and Joe Part in, game" wardens. Refuse to Raise Trackmen's Wages. Chicago. Proposal for a 2-cent an hour increase for the track and com mon laborers of the maintenance of way union, numbering about 300,000, was temporarily refused by the I'nited States railroad labor board. Evidence offered the labor board, the public group was understood to have held. was that decreases in wages und living conditions predominated over advances until June this yeur. Since then, they held, there has been u slight upward trend. U. S. Ships Find "Moving Island." Seattle, Wash. Completing a 105- day cruise along the Aleutian islands, during which it reached Attu, the most weMeruly point of the Western hemisphere, the coast guard cutter Algonquin arrived here. Lieut. Wil liam T. Strouiberg, commander of the lgonqitin, reported an eventful voy iye which included the discovery of a moving island," the location of a new harbor, a battle with a 100-foot whale and a meeting with a Chinese junk, commanded by a woman. Gliding Over I 1 I FrS- i i---,-, - .I r!f 1iim wirTtfiiiir i ii n)it;rr' V ilri I i - ... if I r;..sa..y.U3a& 1 Astonishing flights have been made by engineless gliders terentty In France, Germany and America. Above is seen one of the German gliders.. Be low. Glenn Curtis making the first successful flight in a seaplane glider over Hemnxtwrt r-- " REVOKING OF WAR DEBT SUGGESTED BANKERS' CONVENTION IN UP ROAR AS PARTIAL WAR DEBT CANCELLATION IS BROACHED. BANKERS URGE U. S. AID EUROPE'S CRISIS BRINGS CHANGE IN SENTIMENT OF BANKERS. New York. An overwhelming senti ment favoring America's abandonment of her policy of isolation from Europ ean affairs and the substitution of a policy which might even Involve par- tiul cancellation of the allied war debts swept through the convention of the American Bankers' Association. The subject was broached by Thomas W. Lamont, associate of J. P. Morgan, whose plea in behalf of American "un selfishness" turned the convention in to an uproar as the 10,000 delegates representing 23.000 banks in the United Stutes voiced their approval. The movement gained momentum when Mr. Lnmont's plea was echoed by Thomas B. Mc Adams, president of the bankers' national organization; Myron T. Herrick, United States am bassador to France, and other nation ally known figures. Financial leaders who asserted that until recently justification of the debt cancellation had brought only pro tests from small and large bankers throughout the. country, expressed great surprise at the changed attitude evidenced to-day. A year ago, they pointed out, a proposal similar to that cmitlously advanced by Mr. Lamont was emphatically turned down by the association. Formal action on the question of European debts to this country or the formation of a definite program of new loans and trade contracts Is not expected of this convention, however. Lenders declare they are satisfied with the evidence that bunkers of the country are amenable to America's more active participation in foreign financial stabilization and will depend upon the early development of a pub lic opinion which will justify the ad ministration in making overtures to the foreign nations concerning the possibility of a basis for readjusted settlement." Filipino Prisoners Contest Sentences. Washington. The Supreme Court has been usked in a case brought by seventy-seven persons in the Philip pines, to decide whether life imprison ment in chains is barbarous and Inhu mane punishment, and whether an Ap Ielate Court in passing upon the luw of the case can increase the severity of the penalty. 100,506 Visit Yosemite. Vosemite Nutlonul Parks, Calif. A totul of 100,500 persons broke all rec ords for national park attendance in Vosemite during the "travel yeur" just closed, according to official figures compiled here. The total was 9,000 greater than in 192L Iowa Editor Sentenced. Ues Moines, Iowa Austin Haines, cdito' of the Des Moines News, was sentenced to one day In jail and fined $J by District Court Judge James Hume for criticising an opinion band ed down by the judge several months ago in connection with the recent at tempted repeal of the street car fran chise ordinance. Haines' attorneys an nounced that an appeal would be ta ken to the Supreme Court, despite the editor's insistence that he was ready to begin his jail sentence at once. Jury Completes Argonaut Probe. Jackson, Calif. The coroner's Jury which investigated the Argonaut mine disaster here on Aug. 27, in which forty-seven miners lost their lives, recom mended that connecting passageways be built between the . Argonaut and Kennedy mines. It also recommended that better fire fighting facilities be provided. The Jury's verdict was that the forty-seven men came to their deaths early on Aug. 28, as a result of suffocation by poisonous gas fumes caused by fire of undetermined origin. Land and Water TWO MEN DIE IN WRECK LOCOMOTIVE AND PASSENGER COACHES CRASH HEAD-ON ENGINEER'S FAILURE TO UNDER STAND ORDER BLAMED FOR FATALITIES. Antonito, Colo. Two enginemen of the Denver & Rio Grande Western railroad were killed instantly, two en ginemen and one passenger were in jured seriously, and twenty passen gers on train No. 115, westbound from Pueblo to Sllverton, . were Injured more or less seriously in a beud-on col lision between the passenger train and a locomotive, thirty miles southwest of Antonito. The crash occurred on a narrow-gauge line. The westbound passenger train, running an hour late, met the lone locomotive on a sharp curve in Toltec gorge, on the boundary line between Colorado and New Mexico, and neither engineer could stop in time to pre vent a crash. The wreck was caused, according to railroad officials, by the engineer of the lone locomotive misreading his or ders. The Dead David M. Wright, Ala mosa, engineer on passenger train No. 115; L. J. Knee, fireman on train No. 115. Seriously Wounded A. E. Fleet hard, Eoswell, N. M. ; chest injured. It. Lee Smith, engineer on locomotive No. 411. Paul McGuire, fireman on locomotive No. 41L A. Tucker, dispatcher for the road at Alamosa, Colo., investigated the wreck and declared that the blame lay with Smith and McGuire, the engineer and fireman of the lone locomotive. The passenger train had received or ders to run one hour late over part of its stretch and fifty minutes late over another stretch. Engineer Smith is understood to have read h s orders to mean that the passenger train would run one hour and fifty minutes over the whole stretch. The injured were cared f . at Anto nito. None of those injured, with the exception of Smith and McGuire, and Fleethard, are believed to be injured so seriously that they will die. It was said that nearly 100 passen gers were on the train at the time, go ing to points on the western slope from Pueblo and Denver, over the old narrow gauge part of the Rio Grande system. The lone engine was thrown from the track by the force of the impact and is a total wreck, railroad officials said. Neither the passenger engine nor the coaches were derailed. The in juries received by passengers were those incurred when they were thrown forward over the seats or were pushed through windows. Tom Lawson Estate Sold. Boston Friends of Thomas W. Lawson either could not or would not tell the whereabouts of the noted fi nancier. Just before his magnificent country home, Dreaiuwold, was, placed In the hands of trustees Lawson left for a remote part of Maine for a rest. Luwson's former associates are confi dent lie is not down and out finan cially. They state he is selling Dream wold us the easiest method to raise a large sum of cash for Immediate needs. Woman Is Appointed to Senate. Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. W. II. Felton of Curtersville, Ga., became the first woman member of the United States Senate when she was appointed by Gov. Thomas W. Hardwick to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Sen ntor Thomas E. Watson until the peo ple elect a successor in November. At the same time Governor Hardwick an nounced his candidacy to succeed United States Senator Thomas E. Watson, who died recently in Wash ington. Constantino Given $25,000. Athens Before leaving Greece for exile abroad, Constantine, the abdi cated king, asked the Greek revolu tionary committee to declare his exile only temporary, but the committee re fused. It was learned here. The only concession made to the departing members of the royal family was the grunt of $25,000 for expenses. King George has Issued a proclamation say ing that his father's abdication is "fi nal and complete." 49 RAILROADS SIGN AGREEMENT PRESENT PAY AND RULES ARE EMBODIED IN PACT. WAGE SCHEDULES FIXED WESTERN LINES AND RAILWAY TRAINMEN COMPLETE NEGOTIATIONS Chicago. Approximately forty-nine roads west of the Mississippi river, embracing all the principal curriers in this section, signed un agreement with the Brotherhood of Uailroud Train men und the Order of Railway Con ductors, continuing the present rates of pay and rules with some slight changes for another year. Negotia tions began between a committee of executives headed by V. M. Jeff era. general manager of the Uuion Pacific, und W. G. Lee, head of the trainmen, and L. E. Sheppurd, leader of l he conductors. Only two main points were at issue. Mr. Lee said, and named the overtime und rules of pay. Lie said the discus sion was friendly. . The brotherhoods committees, it was understood, virtu illy . accepted the propositions with the exception of some slight changes in rules. At present members of the train men's and conductors' organizations receive time and one-hulf pay for over time ufter the eight hours. The rouds have attempted to do away with this punitive overtime and have argued this dispute along with wage disagree ments to the labor board. The two or ganizations also have sought aid from the board in disputes on these points. Agreements reached, Mr. Lee said, pro vide for withdrawal of all such cases. Mr. Jeffers, while refusing to dis cuss the meeting for publication, in timated that the propositions "were mutually agreed to" and that new con tracts were assured. A decision on the plea of more than 400,000 maintenance of way employes for increased rates of pay, recently ar gued before the United Stutes Rail road Labor Board by E. F. Grable, president of the organization, is ex pected. This announcement was made at the labor board ufter members had worked ull day on the case. No statements were made on what the decision might be, but it was gen erally understood that the majority or the board favors increasing the pres ent minimutus of pay, ranging trom 23 to 35 cents un hour. Girl Sues Bryn Mawr College. Philadelphia. Suit for 50,000 dam ages is being pressed against Bryn Mawr College trustees und Dr. M. Carey Thomas, former president, by Marjorie Barker of Michigan City, Ind., who was expelled from the col lege April 2, 1921, ufter she hud been accused of petty thefts in the dormi tories. Miss Barker sought vin dication at the hunds of the college authorities immediately ufter her sus pension, and claims she was given no opportunity to clear he-self of the charges brought against her. Pershing Chooses Literary Retreat. Npw Bedford. Mass. The Island of Naushon in Buzzard's Bay, owned by W. Cameron Forbes of Boston, has been selected by Gen. John J. Persh ing as the Dlace where he will write his memoirs of the. World War. He had originally planned to use the es tate of Mrs. S. S. .Samplier at Great Neck, L. L, but changed his plans, it was said, because so much publicity was L'iven to the fact that he was i.bout to rent the house as a literary retreat. Later Providence was se lected, but was also given up. Governments Deny Revolution Rumors Washington The legation of the kingdom of the Serbs, Croats und Slo venes received a telegram from its government in Belgrade declaring that reports of revolution in the kingdom circulated in a seetion of the foreign press "are so grotesque as to hardly merit nn official denial.' In view, how ever, of the wide publicity given to them abroad, the government de elares that there Is not the slightest foundation for such reports and that they are pure invention. Three Yankees Held in Juarez. El Paso, Tex. Thirty Mexican sol diers and two squads of police guard ed the jail in Juarez, where Captain of Detectives Claud Smith, Sam Dre ben and C. C. Harvey, all of El l'aso, were held as prisoners, following an attempt to "arrest" Benito Baca, said to be Arizona Phil, and Wanted in Los Angeles for the murder of a police sergeant. A mob attacked -tje Amer icans, and later surrounded the jail. Circus Lions Terrorize Town. Mount Victory, Ohio. Spurred on by a glimpse of their prey, citizens of this community will continue their hunt for two Hons held responsible for the ter rorizing of the neighborhood for the past week. Five hundred men, among whom will be game hunters from vari ous parts of the state, attracted by the search for the beasts assembled to combat Thousand Acre woods on the A. P. Nave farm, where it is believed the animals have taken cover. World Egg-Laying Record Broken. Santa Cruz, Calif. The world's egg luying record was broken here, accord ing to officials of the California Farm Bureau Federation, when Columbia Belle," a White Leghorn hen belonging to Alex Stewart of Santa Cruz laid her 324th egg on the last day of a farm bureau contest that has been in progress for a year. The former rec ord was 315 eggs in a year, made in 1921 by a pure White Leghorn Prom the Hollywood poultry farm of Holly wood. Wash. 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