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REPTJBLIGAN 13 Kl I'l . TWELFTH YEAR. rilOEXIX, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MOltNINGr, JANUARY 7, 1902. VOIi. XII. NO. 2.54. THE HOLIDAYS There Was Liiiie ipeniog An Early Adjournment in Eoth Houses on Account of thoj Death of Senator Sewell of New Jersey Some of the j Measures Which Will Be Shortly Introduced The J Scope of the Bill Prepared by the Congressman of the ! West to Make the Exclusion of the Chinese Perpetual Washington. Jan. 0. Y"h n the h- ;:r.e met today auer the holiday recess there was a large attendance in the Kalleries. but ni(re ihar. I-aii of ihe seats on the l!oor v. e: v unui upi- d. The chaplain in his invo; alion ivtVrr."! with fewlint; to t'r.e d-a'h vf the i.:ti Senator Seweil of Xew Jersey. The oath was admniist.-it J to Messrs. Smitli of iov.a and Weeks 4i' w iio have not beret ot'o; e appeal ed at tnis session. No buslntss was irev.s aeted. Mi . I.ouiuli'ni'las.'T ;f ; ".v Jersey annoumed the death of Sena; ,r Sewell and paid a wunu tribute to the "citi::eu. soldier ;.ul :-t..t.-i iai;" v'.eise death he said way the sreap.vt Lss the state of New Jersey ever "a -i." i le offered thrt customary l esoim -on vvliich were adopted and as a i, aik o. respect the house then udjoume . THE PKXATK. " Washington. Jan. 6. The sonato met today after a leees t? r..r,;e t:.a;i two weeks, but no business is traits acted on account. of the recent d- a:h t-T Senator Sewell. In his invocation the cha p'a: n. T--v THE EXCLUSION OF OKI NEW" The Bill to Ee Introduced by Coast W a s h i n 4 to n . repreFcntatives of t; who have be cn to;; "hir.t-r.e exv iusior., measure whi h vl!l C Sonatt.r ;a Piitiit i'itTMw a ' iir v pe; f be iiitr.-lL ted both houses U a few d.-.y. 1 1 is tniu it more com pi e'nen-i e than ary of t!i bills presented horctrit'oiv i". itii:' "ib jet. most of vh:- ii fiTUply por; !? !::: e-'ic'udinjr the. 'hiiiese or : 1 1 ;i -1 1 s i the ;eary law. h" eji! undc: c ;.-.fi.:-eratioa contains f.rty-five p' ;r s. I tUrt net limit itreif to any t-!-n: of years, as did the '. leary mi, i; pusnod in the nreseat form wvd.i i,.. perpetual unief n repealed. Tht; bill declare- that ai! ( 'hi i -?e. oiher than citizens of the 1 ni-.id St t or thos? who are .-'ci urcd in coe.:i!'. to ;;nd residing i:i the I'nitcd Staves u : i -r the present treaty with Chiim. s' ..It be refused a!ri.i:,:oa and ref.::;ie 1 : -the tountry trorn whence tiicy carr.c et t!ie expense of the ti nnsportaiioii com pany brinjfinjj- them. Th-? tranr,.ri.; tio: -ompanii'S brmiric ('hiner-e into the t'nited States shall detain tlieri until their rijriit of adi.iission shll "o iscertained. The penalt:- provided for not compl . ia with the provisions of tho act are $!.;' line and one year:' s V .;. ; ' Today Located in tiie Capitol Addition at end of car line IO minutes drive from center cf city a herd of pi.antii Ftandinff 7 to li ; ostriches, fec-t h:-h. wi ichinz -iO to 4 '0 His. also a li.L of baby ostri: a clucks Jut hr.tched. only a few days oid, and a herd of Nubian ostriches just arrived lifter n ivo months' voyage, he.vla been im"frted direct from tho Nubian Desert to Phoenix. VISIT our i-a leu room s. n 1 see the p:ct iet display of ostrich feathers to be pe-n in the L'nited St.it 'f. Ostrich plumes, tips. boas, collars, fans, pompom, hu.ii" nov elties and, in fact, everything made mt f o:-"tnch reatnrr. Admission iij t tnts. .Open dnily. including Sundays. Eli 10 iS t i " ' I by 1 pnrai I tncol of interest on the Day I:-. Td t.-. the U l i ed I lerry ilrjurr.. iade ton Irnjr reference death of Senator Sewell. He re aiio to tho disability of of Arkansas, and I rayed that ho nd.ht soon bo able i) return to the J'-T-sey formally Sena tor 'c . !1 ary i e dulins .' of the senate Ir...::t diato ad- s-na te. Mr. Mi Kean c.f New ! umiouiied the d.c-ith of S .'Vered the l ustomur e.-:pr ssive f.f i!ie sorrow u:id pi ovidins" for an ir., journmont out of ltspe- t his mir.- try. The pou I he se -weil senai he a i aajourr.e aion of i i:r.mc;ii:u Ay r .'-ohitions. tt former!;. oceii.-i iias been ussier." of New Yolk. i; A Si:. Tl'N-CKI. V.'.ishin.ton. Jan. G. " U-pivseni ulve Kniio pi Sm Francisco today intro duced a b5M for a sa;iiar!ne tiume! Uiidt-r San I'rMm-iseo by. wiih ojten $n.?s on 'lo.it island, .here the I'r.ii.! States mi'otrry rf?ervuti!i s located. a.:d pernii .xin the lr..n.-po: f it ion of '-hi and paseners between Sa n J-:-l:iic!sco and OaKlaiid. prlsotimtnt bcin.s." the rdnhntiui. lii bi!:iy forfeiture of the w rdG..;!: any of the provision. c. ,The or!y'h!neso perxons por:ritted t j enter the I'r.ited States under lia at t u?v i hose who bei or.:e citizens by b:r-.h and n:i;ura:i:;i;on. and oificia'u of the "hinese overnme;: t. teachei i. tuiients, n:er, i; ;iit :, travelers for pleasure- or cmiosity. returninK laborer.. v.h.- munt hv- a rertif:-Me. r domi died iner i I'.nr.W. t'tdnc-pe cr:utl:;K r.'ouve e:a;m- must have certiHea lc-.t v. it'n ;-i-. - tc rr. p t i ens ui i::trtit iUtaehed. fhe secretary of the to ask ih t'lii.ic.e gowri list cl ti'ilites of all ollit t other than lii. ers v. h ii.ii,..tie and consul. . ire to Nit tin Li.i: j ."-"tairs. Several sot tians are devoit'J to pro viding how Chinese laborers mall b j ! o-ii-tcred and provided v. itii certiti-ji-atLR when returning- lo th:.; count:-?.'. e; tifi'-ales for Hi:y htr-5e lr:!i-.rer are j i-:oi "rood alter ruvh l iix, rer !ias b-cn absent Ifjr two years. ouiir:ilcd nier- I: l:;'::t. are compell!-.! to r.le ar.uualiy a S u!l h nd complete rejort of th nn -tuif and charat tei- of th ir bt;sin'-s:4 in -rder to bettor I lent If then. No it'hiii-e. except diplomatic- or consular ji "i(.'-is, are allowed .o enter L'u I'uile-J i States at any other ports than S::n , Franc-isco, INu t Townsend. W;shi:. i t p., 'ortlard. Oreson. Huston. Mas;a ; -husetts. New York, New ; leans, i tiouohdu, San Juan au I Manila, or ; sueh otiier ports us tho ecieL:.ry f th j triMMiry may desi-jrna te. - I- ot ts tuny 1 cesitrnat:-oon the- r'adiH:i or Mcxi ; c;:n hotmiary afyf" contracts h iv J b -n maoe with the transneri.aion lir.. - I to toirply with the act. I I i'Mivision w made for the inspection I of -'idnese i.nd the enforcement of the t !rovi.- ioni of the at t undtr the aire ; lien of the c oimnisiouer of immij;: a nifo for the deports tinn of 'hin ; ts?.v who cotne to this cou:iiry. Appjai: fi-oiii the commissioner c-r his office: :- i' j T'nited Sifter ruurta are iMovided f. and tin bl oU 'l lined. iv.cthod by whic to the euprcn. Ii c-as.-s -ourt may Ir is iio. A PHII.U'i'lNHS I tsii'uct ions I- d I j th. President. V.'Hshirf. top. J;:::. . Senator I.ode, of tl:.- i cnuni:;.; e op. th" :. iomoi-rvi-.v will istro.'.uce a .en.pi-rary government in the drafud alter r..a:iy on with the v.ii" department ch'iii ni:i ti ,:. I'hiiiiJpir.e I-1 hill for a V i l'hilippinc . ; ?ult:.tions V . ornclni? directly interfile-' in inul -.r Vi n.Tiri and tho fcn eminent of the I hll- : lpjirer. ! he bill will not b.' a pi: t jof the I-hilippine revenue hill, which X i pa-se J the house, h.it an independent measure. The bill does not nttenu t to "r establish a new form o" Rovernment ! in the Philippine;, hut confirms the ac ; 1 tioa of President &!K1nley in treating Vjthe a mmissinn. and ratifies the nets ;.of th.it conimis3ion under the instrue- tions of the president, date I April 7, I It also prives tho president authority. V,whil? theri is armed resistance in any XI part of the islands to the United States io i emulate and control inter-island Xj iomm;jire. One of the most import- nt provisions in the bill is that empower inf; th" Philippine commission to pur X; chase the lands of religious orders and i dispasp of thirn on proper teriits to the t I actual occupants. not Mi'itPEPi-:i p.y t;oi:p.s. London, Jan. G. The war office, on the nulhoiity of Lrord Kitchener, th'.s venin denies a report telecrraph 'd frcm Pretoria on January 1 that two efheers of the intelligence de;artment. who went to parly with Boers who de- near Warm Ruths. I treacherously shot by 'ont'?aled A LI. FIXED VV. r-r of a War Itween 'hi!i an3 1 Arjntine Fhidd. ?nns. Ayrcz. Jan. 6. A declaration hill relative to the meaning: of thp riiphs of the Yanz-Portcla pro- onctTiiins- the iolu-inK of the ter ritory known as I'ltima Ksperanza ar r.a ! isfactiti y tr, Arii'-'Uine. Insomuch a the points wherein Ar S r-r. tine fonsil n-d horsMf aKicrievcd by Chili h;;vo iictx provliled f(,r. thp t vr Kovrnmotits will a pprove the l.ii'asr:ii'Hs in oustion, thi's putting an im! to tlie claims arising- from thr I ' t iira KsptM.'i r.r'.a incident. Vulilie 0.inie.a is s;itis(i d and oxprt sses ils ;sp Pin!m1 of the ciierfrctic uttiiuiie of the A rirwit i:ic. fcnv.rnnient. AFTKU KI'SSIAX TOIIACCO. Lr-.ulnn. .Tan. C,.-Tin pn:nh-:it of in: laily Odessa oorre JIxjiresK says it is rrporteJ that a strong trans-Atlantic tori cration i'i h:ir.f? frml v.hich pro-pGi-s to buy u t he principal Russian tibac'o manufacturers and that it is seriously doubifd in Odessa whether M. r!Wittf" the Russian minister of ti nance, will iiionl the necessary as sent to such sales. Sri-ILKY AND THK PRlIDKXT. V.'ash.i'iton, J.:n. 6. Uear Admiral S-Mry celUd at the White house today by a p' liniment, and spent net rly a n hour ir. oiutrence with th- presid'nt. The admiral refusel to discuss the con- veis:,tion. s.iyi ii'- it v. character. The prosidi to intimate th natui on e. o of a person t alo d "c! Itn of tii! on iV M'GOVERN AND SULLIVAN Will Fighc at Lr.iisville aa Tebraary :J2cd. N'c-v.' Yor't, J.n. C. A t.ve.nty-fivo rounu bout oetwre and Uave Sullivan fore the Fojthern I.oui?vi"e. !Cy on n Terry Met love; n v.dl take place be Athletic club of tiie afternoon of February '1 Huit'i met 2. t.m behalf of tiie club Tim the me-n with thvir marts- e:sr Sum Hatxis and Tom Sharke day, i'.nl they came to a satisfactory ar iement. Tho conditions c ere rrv.de to a match O' t'.vmJv-five rounJs r. t oM;n i3. to i . t-itrh :;t ID o'cic.ck. I'ebruary t'V. Tiie ' ! pur.-e o:Yored and agreed ur."ii iy 0 I pt r ent of ihe ivty. n receipt, lo be di- ( j vlded ? foi; .vs: t'ixty-'ive per cent! to win no and per cent to the ioser. It v a: alio rt'.nu! Ue 1 that if T.ob" Kit;'.s:tr.mor.s .--hoald not tit Koui:-. vil!e lo referee the crinte:;t. Tim J!urst is to m t a-; i -.. re:"rv THE ARIZONA MARSKALSHIB Report That E. F. Es.n;.el W:il Suscaed Col. McC'ord' " W -:" ' !):..:nt ls. who w ar a private in Koofp- volt s HcuBh I!iler. saw I'resi.lent Uonsevelt tills n..i!iinK. U is under-! Mo.d that I'anivis will !- a.poiat-d l'nit-d States ; suecr-eil V,1. M . This Avill cause aishal of Arizona to !l. IiCitrd. co:isideraid' surprise, crd has uiily nrv:.l r. C 1. HUNT. 'Clollcl r.i i since InPt sumnv GEO. BRYAN'S in 'William Conner Tinnier Arrest Charged With the Crime. Mot ?: prints Junction, Jan. G. (Spo- i. I ) Viiita in 'oiiner was l rre - ted ai ly thi:. r.iorr.in-- f'ir the killing of k Jeorg n.-yari t tho lutler's ln.me on Sat nr. lay iiiiiht ia:t and : lie i ..toner's v i dit i.:cr.tt jii. 'or.ivr as the rnur det cr. It has developed that Iv? shot 'n? of Ih yan; alvc;; ; !".-,. dayr i;pv and it is priibahle that t'".!s hroutjht about the murder. He h:s lw;n known tr shoot hi'. :i I;?h hor'rf nv !; before this occur rence. onnor asked twice thi m-irnin that romeor.e sho-d him. Th; alle-d mur derer was badly rhot i:i . saloon fjunr- rel about :t yo;:r njo and some believe him to be insanp. Conner will iie taken to Prescott io irorrn.v r.-.ornin-.r. P.ryiin'i body war r.hippGd to Phoenix tonisiit. Il'.rly yesterday morning ' Deputy Sheriff Charl.fi Slr.nkard left for Mor- ristow n. a 3 it was thought from tht vague Iniori-iat'cn rea-ading the mur- d.?r (T P.ryan th-;t it hid occurred this couruy. Foon aftcx the arrival of the deputy sheriff at the junction word was received from him that the name ' of the murderer was known. XothinsThc General Withdrawal further was heard until a oispatch was received t s-.ayir.K tha Th- Republican last nipht ('onsiorr. had been arrested. Deputy Plankard returned last ntjrht He said that Connors had been hpund r-ver tn tho cand jury and when He last saw him he was in bed at Morrtetown, rhackled to L"nder-shriff Johns, wait ;ic "rr the north-bound tra.in. Th? facts bretifht out at the coroner's inquest and the preliminary examina tion were as f diov s: Hryan'ff body (Continued on Fourth Page.) THE PHILIPPINE TARIFF BILL It May Become an Amend ment to Civil Govern ment Bill. Senate Republicans rial to 2Ieep Philippine Measure Separate But a Long- Democratic . Dtbate May Cause Change. 1 Y'asliiiirion, Jan. f.. Thr Philippine j iicii': bill wil! bo amended in th s;n jatt. A i:i tho ra?o of the Porto Tiuo tariff" bill paTert by the house two j yenrs avr.i, ii. may beccm? only a 1 a r. lend men t to in? civil Rcvernnienl j bill. The present republican plan in the rer.ate is to keep the two bills j separate, but a lonp: debate by the dtr.i- joerats may caus? a (hang?. " - t-n:nr,pine committee is at work i on a Kenral Rcvfrnrr.cnt bill. Senator I.cdse and Senator Spooner have had conferences with Secretary Root, and also have talked with the president re v;din. the provisions of a measure. Tito Ta.ft commission sucdK a bill very similiir to th.- law enacted for Porto flio. One thinjr may be depend etl on the sena; will make no prom ises as to the futur:: f?,y Taft Kays that while the Filiphtns are not fit for self government at this time, it v. ill be saf to Rive tnem t system or gtiv by January 1, ISM. rnmtnt t Senator I.odie and other republican ! ad?rs say that whatever legislation I" i o;p ted will have immediate appliea-io-.i. Tiicrr will be no repetition of the Cuban business. The haste with widt h Ihfr Thilippines tariff bill was passed by th? house was responsible for ) number of mistakes which have to bo crrrec ted in th? senato. The bill was drawn hastily. Lawyers of the senat have discovered number of omission: w hich would embarrnss the povernr:int s. riously in enfortdni; the law. Thj t hief points of disagreement will be c.v.-r the raovisicn io continue th full l;ngley r;its against all imports from the Philippi.ies. The Tan commission m-omm?nd?d a deduction of 50 r?r cent in the United States doty on tobacco, hemp, suar and ether Philippine products coming into this country. The htiuse paid no attention to th.:t. Feme of tho repub lican senators insist that tlr recom- mendationn cf the Taft commission j snail be carried out in the bill before h is enr.cted into. law. Others who arc j not is pes ef i i- maKe so sreat a con- ce:fion a-Jndt that. th?re must som-j I reduction in ihe- tariff on Philippine ! pr-vitu is io order th:it th-y may ckim- j into this ccuutry e.i an equal footing w ith l:ks ructft frtm foreign coua- ! t.-i For ini.t ncep. the dury fil h?mp j in thin c ountry iijt a t :i. Tha thilii. pines ortiml.-'sion. in ils tariff law, pro- i.leil an t-xirsj-t limy of 7.r.il a. ton on riomp Fhijiptd from that ciiintry. That makffi a ir.t.,1 tax of '7.:n a t:m on '"I'lipj ine hemp wkini; a market in I a- I nitei! St n ten. It w.miil piaitii.- ! clly shut out from this murkut all li.--ni. j from thp !'hilfi-iitit-R. i Thj duty on t l..,i , o in tl;.- liinsl.-y! oil! is ;rrm fiO oi.ts tn .Ci pi!ii ml. In thp lhililriin taifr Kill t- :.t bill th.re is an exiw.: t duty of Jl.". a ttn That ex port duty would prevent Philippine to i.a'eo from rnmpyiinK in this market with th" toliai i-o ' from r"o)iu n,- i....- ;ther foreign eoi-ntrv. The Philis.pia.s . , tmi'i?vlm r.l.o tilnee l ... ' a , u e. r,usrar. In.llo nnd po. nani-t ' I !i is r.ilmlttoJ hv conservative repub-! I li(..,n senators th at tl ie.-e must he tr. riff rmc eacion liiaMi: to the Philip- j in crder to place the n-uliii-rs i piic in crder to place irom tho-ae islands on an equal footing u Ph similar prfdu.-ts from foreign countries in our.mnrket. It has been rnp-'Tcsied-'tnat the concessions be mado fi as to have the tariff rate hcr nd the export raie in the Philippine- combined coual th" li rip-ley rat on forii products. ' H;inp is at present the mcst im portant export of the Philippines, and it is also a vtry Important Import into this country. We need the hemp from th.j Philippines, and the bill would ha-ve to ho inndifit'd to allow it t come into the l.'nii d States at a condnned tariff r.'.t exceeding a ton. Ir :w !rcpoFed in the senate to amend tho house bid, making ih.- tariff on Philippine hen-p 1 .i0. which, combined vith the cport lax of $7.r.ii a ton l.'vi.vi In ihe Philippines, won id ii.ik, the larift' $20 a ton. the same as that 1 'vied against foreign hmp. It w ill not be so easy to ti-jur. out the reductions iha: must be made in the duty on sugar, to bacco end rice from the PhilinnineR. All w ill have to he modified or reduced by t the amount of ijic exixrt tax to prevent I"1 rur tari-Y lava from discriminating X a K: hist the Phillitpnes. which are now .. Amuican 'territory. Republican sen- ators frankly admit that to allow the'IJ house hill to become- a taw would frive fust cause for complaint by the Fili- ; pir.os. and that since the islands have I become American territory they had ! been discrihunated against rather than X benefiterl.'' . GIVING UP CUBA ! FIRST STEP taken' cf xroops Has Ecrun. Washington. J.m. r. Ac-tin? accord ins to a reomre.endatinn made by C3en eral Wood, tiw military governor of ( 'ubii. Secretary Root lias iirectel a thi-d squadron of the Kishth cavalry. rottpri3infr the entire grarrison tr Puer to princYpe, to be brought to the l'nited States at tho first favorable opportun ity. He nrirritte't that this Is pructical- ly the bef?inninf ! draw ?1 ctf the t of the creneral with ito.l ?tates troops in uba. preparatory to a transfer of the control of the affairs to the civil ov 'nment to be InMtalled during: the com iiiK Fumnicr. So far as known there will be no further withdrawals of troops, however, until final arrange ments havp boon made for the formal transfer of the government to the new ly elected ofRc lals of Cuba. TODAY WIL.L TELL. Pan-American f'onsrfps Is to 'oi lapse. M vi o Oity. Jan. fi. It is th uiirht ' ivh ihnt th. arbitration iiucsthm in the . 1 a ii -American conferen'e will de termined one way or another either t j morrow or on W.loesday. Whether or i tmt Hi - solution will be tUe- disruption tr th: 4'onference v. ill depend o:i j whether tin- ten delegates wlio favor , compulsory arbitration will accept the 1 compromise measure to b? fiffere! them tomorrow on the lines sujrKested by W. ' J. liuchunan of the lnited States dele . fiMtion. The Mexican delegation vilL j httwever. present a compromise. The ! terms of tlv compromise which will he ' proposed have n:t be en disclosed. DISrHAHOKD EMPLOYE a Prominent Huslness Man and Inventor. Ki'ls Springfield. O.. Jan. 6. John G. Sad li"! , superintendent and Kenerai man-aff'-r cf the Spri:iKnld Foundry com piny and the Indianapolis Fro and Switch company, was shot and killed today by John W. Kenney, a molder ;vc ntiy dist -ha rued. ICenney hatl been diinhin'jr heavily. SadMer was formerly an officer of th? Netio: V.lders :issociation and the inventor cf sever;il methods of ireatinsr sted for eommerc ial purposes. COMiilERGIAL AND FINANCIAL The Condition of the tcrday. Markets Yes- v York, Jan. 0. At Lond ti copper ied 1 fror.i Friday's lose, thus was quoted at 47 and futures at Cs. while the local niarUet is stii! ;t!ed and nominally unchannrcd at dre spot 47 1 unce 2..V) for Iake Suie-.or. S12.0v for ei?c- olytic and Sdl.T.O for castinfr. I-ead at New York is without chang.r an at hile at London it jaine 1 r-. brinpins: sj ot up to iio hrf Od. Spelter is dull an! unchanged at hoioe : nd abroad, closln? at .3 and 10 1-s Cd rerpeetlveiy. Silver, ".".'e. Mexican dothus. -i-ViC. ST 0K AND IIOXPS. Nw York. Jan. C.-The ate-Brliai! 2WMA tor 3,1 aUvhi 0"r"'-U' mtlXKix ;r,prt into romc shmt of strength anmiHtiuii to'lay. The ' iiu id -nt 1 anil i v.nn-h th1 marltoi was th;? livi'Kl!d or 2 It-I' CPTll ,- Ontinl st-Hk. Tlu- i ik- hi rulion cr ; (Piarteriy dividend h-?s ben running at the rate of l1- per cent. i 'losing Atchisiai. St)'..; pref:' M.;':.: "-. i ij.. 47H: & s., l t- in d. t:!1-.-: S"cii:d referred. 7Vj red. V.. reat i Si. I... at: K;i 4.m: t Mffropoliian. h'J'i. Missouri I'nciiic, IO-7!. : IVr.nsylvania. ir')-; New Jersey Centra!. h'T: N-w Vork Central. ISTS: Pi. A.-S. I.. preferred. !2U; sec- ind prifferre!. Tr.'i.; St. Paul. 107: South cm i'acillc. W'-; I'nion PaciHe. H3S: A:ivj!i;ami: i 1 Vpi! r. "1 l : Anaconda. 1; Sui;ar. 117: I'nit 1 States Ste;!, -16: pref.rr?a. 07: Western Union. !1V. ;onds Pr.ited States lefundinj 2s. :ist(?red anil coupon, 10N-4; Ss. rejfis- ; tered, 107 ai: coupon. luS; new 4s : rep is ami coupon, 'old -Is. rels- j t red and co-upon. 111. ; Ts registered. .; ctrujrtin. i'i7. . r.Ol'N'DlNV, GRAIN. Chicago, Jan. . 6. Record.' breaking pri'-es for wheat' set all grains jumping tmlay. May vh?at roRistered a net sain for the day of 1V,c, bavin mude a new ivcoril from t!:r crop of S4ie. May corn ch.sed 1:1jc up and May oat 1 iC higher. I 'co visions closed ic higher to a shade lower. -i ' Miiy wheat opened at Si'ip to 84c. tr.uched Scrc and closed at S4.c. May i-orn .nj:e:i?(i at GSc and closed at OTHc. May o.-ts opc-nt-d at 'CUc and closed at W c. IIIT.TS AND WOOL Vork. Jan. 6. Hides steady. New WogI d'.ill. SO ACRES OF Buckeye Land Highly improved with two water rights for only $1,700. NEW MODERN RESIDENCE Now being completed on Center Stre't, for Rent February 1st, I902 at reasonable figure. f Dwight B. Heard ;- Corner ); Center and Adams Streets. THE I MPER1AL it is Proposed to Make It an Imposing EVENT The Ministers Requested to Keep the Legation Guards Off the Street to the End That Trouble May Be Avoided. One Wing of the Foreign Element Desires to That the Future Course of the Ministers Be Less Conciliatory Than It Used to Be. Pekin, J.m. C The ' iiin-e hi-ve ref i nested the miiiisters pov. en to keep the ler.ition o-IU ia!s of tiie guards . in or- vithiu their cuartt rs toiro: row. der lo prevent the possibility, of ol- i i or- lision t . e.-n tne "hinesc a nd ior ein ti'-joi-s on the occasion of ihe loun's re-tura Ij l'ekin. The inin::-u-v: . ill t oir.ply. The trinities of the forcitrn diplonuiis w ill oei iipy buildiims w hi h the liinese novernmcnt has tendered them f r ta-purpof-e of viewinjr the parade. There is much crita dsn of this course anion; the foreigners, who are not satt: lie.l vith ihv fa t that the minister: alone are to remain in the lep-a.tion.. They beli.-Ve the event should n COilipb-t-dy ignored. They say the preserv e of any membors of the Iterations will be con strued as beinp;- a scrt af homase to ihe tourt and will be thus protlanii-d r.mons tho r2ple. The foreigner s e divided into tv. o fac tio'is conce: nin; the future relation? AN AERIAL SHIP COMPETITION St. Louis Exposition Will Offer a Prize of $200,000. T-onon, Jan. G. yip.TPi-.!iri; tho i:1j- ! " Mr "'"- aisxini. wip jimcvican : ! ventoi . said to a nf.riwiit at i vp of thp Asa... any tl pr.s Fpoil-.l silent at-d Press: ''I hav liot li-afd -on the subject bryo!id the reports, an I certain'.;, shall not an;' timnry en t'nat Irisis. I h;:ve Sirfi.lii'.o in aerial exp'-riracnts in the p:-t. t ial f t in if 1 fii r.n iiivitatioa in oiT: anrl tiie St. I.ocis manaRers Iut up SL'ftf-.frtO in a bank. 1 ai.i willing to spend ?100.00 more to win. and thus lecoup myself, which I ftei rcix-iuliiy confident 1 could U." Pantos Dumont sind Lang-ley will probab'y be competitors fir tiie St. Louis "-.rise. KENTUCKY LAW AND RAILROADS i yXsldnston. Jan. 6. Tho l'nited States supreme court today rendered an opinion holdinrr as valid the state con stitution of Kentucky concerning, lonpr and short hauls by railroad companies and the strtutes enacted under that provision of the constitution. The case on .which the decision was rendered waa a properdin;; ag-ainst the Louisville & Nashville Railroad company, v.hich company was indict?:! under the law upon a, char if? of making: a jrreater charw for short than for Ion? hauls, and a Fin' wai a-'essec. The wrdiet of the; lower Kentucky stat? courts was favorable to the state law anil constitution and this, finding was allirmed by the state court of ap peals. Ttalny's opinion was delivered by Justice Shira and affirmed the opin ion of the Kentucky court. The Evans Loan and Investment Go. ESTABLISHED SEPTKKBEB 16. 1S86 Lend Money on Improved Real Estate Have Ipr sale an extensive list of improved and unimproved city, suburban and country realty, containing many attractive, offerings, which is furnished on application. HAVE MANY KF.SIDEXCES FOIt SALE AND FOIt RENT. Tender Their Services to Conservative Money Lenders a. w. evans, c. a. Cornell. Prcaldetit, Seerettry, KO'S. I AKD 3 W. WASHIKOTON STREET THE PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK PHOENIX. ARIZONA. Tnid-iip Canltal, SIOJ."). Surplus and rnrtivlfled Profits, ffl.000. K B. GAG K, 1-i-si1ciiU T. W. P EMBERTON. Vice-Preslflent. O J. IMLI., Cashier. Tj. Ii. LARIMKR, Assislant 'a.shicr. Ptorl-llncl Vault? and Ptecl Safctv Lepot-it Boxes. Oencral Banktnir Business, limits issued on nl! irinclpnl cities of the world, directors Jas. A. Flemlne, C. J. Hall. O. r. Ri hmond. A. N. Gage, U. iieyman. V. M. Murphy, l. M. Ferry, K. B. IhohE . SAVIRGS BANK AKD TRUST CO. i;ac. T. w. remlertoli. PHOKNIX. ARIZONA. M , CTIATtLES F AINS WORT1 1. President. S. M. MoCOWAN, Vic-Presldent, K. H. GREEN H, Sretary. Autliorlred Oapil.il fl").'. Hours H a. m. to S p. m. Tnterrst on deposits. No commission on loans. Hutrh H. Price. Cashier and Treas urer, txrectors Charles F. Ainsworth. S. M. AlcConran. liush H. Price, W. C Foster, It. II. Greene. DOOR TO PEKIN of the diplomats with the court,' one holding that the relations should be limited to fu'fdlment of the most for- iii; I. obligatory -.eremonies. and 'the other hoidiiur that in their ol!:ciil and social relations the ministers should endeavor to be more intimate with the cc ui i than formerly and should meet ail Chinese advances in the most friendly spirit. Many fondn soldiers and oftit ers to day violated the government's request to ke. p oT the street1, which lnve been cleaned and decorated for. the royal processdon. This is lik-ly to cre aie re.-entment. ki.il road traffic between Pekin and Pao Tin; Fu. except on the court's business, has been congested since the aridv rl of th court at Pao Tinj? Fu. Spe ial trains for two days past have been brini;in the court's bagqa here. Official business monopolizes the telegraph lii:es end the postal service to Pao Tin? Fu. MRS E. B.. GAGE DEAD PASSED AWAY YESTERDAY Sin Francisco. Jan. 6. (Special.) Mis. E. Ii. Oafje of Prescott. Ariz., wife of President K. Tl. Gaffs of the Congress Vdd cciiinany and one o the foremost business men of tht: co;ist, died in this city at 3:25 this afterr.oort. Ieath fol- ! l,vd a surg-ieal" operation. Mr. and :l s. Oace came t'o'lhls city about thre mii:h receive treaimcnt' for an ailment of which she had besn suffering for s.ra? time. THE PLACK Prt scott. Jan OF 1NTKRMKXT. 6. (Spcclui) Mrs. ( i a & e passed away at :i : -0 this u f ter uoo'i. it it- expected that she will be buj-ied in San Francisco. lciinile aI vices will be received later. !rs. Ga;;e had lived in the territory for many yeaia. She wus u native of Aiaine and went to Tombstone about twenty jrctirs ugo. where she met Air. tnd where they were afterward married. She was a most devoted help meet Tor a man who was ensafred in the gigantic enterprises with which Mr. I: se haa been identifietl in Arizon-i for nearly a quarter of a century. Her ; influeiue was always for pood, for the J elevation of those around her. In the I pnlmy days of Timbstone she made 1 the masnifuent library of that place ; p- ?sible and she later became a moving spirit in the project which secured to Prescott its fine library. Wherever Mrs. Gage lived she became the center i of the Focinl circle. It is doubtful if I the de-ith of another woman in Arizona would have affected po wide a circle of friends. PMALL PRIZEFIGHTS. Philadelphia, Jan. 6. Kid Rroad of (Mveland had a shade the better of a si fx six-round bout with Tim Callahan of Philadelphia tonight at the Pennsyl vania Athletic club. The bout between Fddy Coflnelly of-Stofnr N. B., and Ji- Cans c;f Haltimore at the Washing; tnn Sportinff club tonight, was stopped in the fifth round by the referee. The Canadian was clearly out of condition and Oans was his master so far as the lipiit went.