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MARQUieiS NOT RESPONSIBLE JOR ACT Refuses to Listen to Closing Argument and Returns Verdict of Insanity. Aug. 11 What in legal will be considered a celebrated was concluded today whon the the historic old Hail cf Lin-colns Inn, inquiring, at the Instance of official solicitor into the mental of Marquis Townshend, returned a curious verdict that his is capable of taking care of being dangerous neitherto nor others, but that he Is of mind so far as managing his SWITGHME DESCIPLENEt Bt OFFICER Order Issued by Second Grand Vice President Fitzpatrick That Strike in Connecticut Must Cease at Once. NEW HAVEN, Aug. 11 --Second Grand Vice President Val Fitzpatrick has ordered the Switchmen's strike to end at once. The situation as developed by the peremptory ending of the strike is said to be unique In the labor world. Mr. Fitzpatrick maintains that the sincerity of the purpose of the Brotherhood in its dealings and agreements with the New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad must be upheld, and a he finds that the strike was both Illegal and unwarranted, and as the company ma milliner. The two sisters have been enemies for months, the quarrel arising from troubles over ranch land owned jointly by the women, each of whom has married a prominent Arizo-nan. Mrs. Frankyl, who is a bride of but a few months, retained Timmons, the rich politician, whose wife has moved to Los Angeles to educate her children. Proceedings had already begun against the Meadows, and were, directed especially against Mrs. Meadows, who is a leader of Yuma society. The assault has been preceded by- many threats and was witnessed by several Yuma citizens, who did not venture to interfere. Timmons was approached from the front by Mr. and Mrs. Meadows, and the latter, who is a strong, athletic woman, announced she wat going to punish him. The lawyer attempted to resist and the angry woman's, husband drew his re volver and the unlucky Timmons sub mitted to his thrashing with forced meekness. Meadows is known throughout the Southwest as "Arizona Charlie." He himbelf signed that title to a book he wrote and published recently on an- exciting surveying trip he made to the Tiburon Islands, in the Gulf of California. He is a surveyor, author. mine owner, politician, and only re-oentlv the creator of a boulevard system for the city of Yuma. After tha committee labors and, was ready Republicans, not committee, were called and pertinent bitterness that was individual breast was the lie freely passed. The "machine" was control and the first test adoption of the meeting of the that the faction of the party a- vote of 25 to 1C. Ian and Crowley, sora, plead with the some respect for the sires of the minority; ed in vain. Cassidy of the Chairman and move that was made. all of the resolutions, adoption, seconded roll call showed that their forces well there to do business the consequences. "boss" relent and own motion to bind the territorial rule. To show that magnanimous in the Ccssidy relented at and withdrew his The opposition of centered against Chairman. When the commenced he was

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  1. Bisbee Daily Review,
  2. 12 Aug 1906, Sun,
  3. Page 1

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