UNDER THE WHEELS. A Brakcman Meets with a Terrible Fate. The other day Wm. A. Sigal a Southern Pacific brakemnn left on a freight train for Yuma. Yesterday morning ho w.is brought homo crushed, mangled and dead. Sighl was braking for Conductor K. Spiers. The train was a freight made np ot box cars. About 2 o'clock yesterday morning as tho train was traveling at a fair rate of sfieed, Conductor Spiers who was iu the caboose glanced over the tops of tho cars nnd saw Sigal with a lantern in his hand. A moment later the light disapjioflred aud the conductor supposed that Sigal had gone to the engine. After about twelve miles of road had been covered and Sigal had failed to come to the caboose, . Spiers thought this strange nnd walked over tho cars to the engine. Neither tho engineer nor fireman had soon Sigal, and that sickening sensation that alwnys conies over a railroad man under similar circumstances was experienced by Conductor Spiers. a tsesx x I School Shoe I in The . i Worlo! X LfS The train was slopped atf with tho Our Army Still Increasmgj We Waryt . New Recruits For Our Soldier It is of The Best Veal Calf! The Sole of the Best Union Leather! The Top is Genuine Kangaroo ! Price, $2.00, Sizes, from 2 to 5 1-2. Price, $1.75, Sizes, from 13 to 1 L. Zeckendorf & Co., Tucson, engine and caboose, the trainmen went slowly over the twelve miles covered after Higal had last been seen. They reached Ligurtn station and the section foreman t51d them that ho had found Si gal lying on tho track near by and had carried him into the house. The poor fellow was iu a terrible condition, but was conscious. The wheels had smashed the left leg below the knee and tho right-noar the thigh. Tho unfortunnto man was placed on the eabooso and Gila Bend was soon reached, where medical aid was at hand. Hut he wm too far gone and died soon after arriving at that place. Tho remains were brought to tho city about 11 o'clock yesterday morning and will not bs interred till the arrival of the mother of tho deceased from Big SpringR, Texas. A wife and a little girl are left by tho deceased, both of whom reside in the cily. Sigal was a member of the order of conductors, had been on the road hero for three youra and woidd before long have been given a train. He was nnuan of education aud one of the most popular boys oa the road.