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South 2nd St., that's the right place. Phone 22S3. HARTWLIL& HAM4KER. THE Come and look at our work. It epeaks for itself, and is the real thing. HARTWELL & H MAKER'S 2S South Second Street. 2 2252 SC TIIIItTEENTII TEAE. lO PAGES PUOENIX. ABIZONA. JTKI DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21. 1902. lO PAGES VOL. XIII. NO. 18S ABIZONA THE SE NATE 00M PLEASED WITH A Semi-official Announcement Made at El Paso The Prospect of This Territory for a Favorable Report by the Late Senatorial Visitors Much' More Flattering Than That of New Mexico The Committee Impressed With the High Degree of Civilization It Found in Ari zonaThe Investigation Will End Next Tuesday and the Report Will Be Made a Week Later. El l'aso, Texas, November 20. (Spe cial): United States Senator Beveridge and party, constituting the sub-committee cf the senate committee on terri tories arrived here today after com pleting their investigations in Arizona and western New Mexico. Judge Mc Millan of the New Mexico court and other westerners were examiae" r tonight and the party afterwards left for Roswtll. Senator Beveridge declined to make any statement relative to the investi gations or their final result, but it was gathered from semi-official sources that the outlook for a favorable report on the admission of Arizona was far superior to a similar outlook for New Mexico. The committee was much impress J with the development and high state of civilization existing in Arizona, but not greatly pleased with alleged ignor ance and illiteracy said to exist among the lower classes of New Mexico over whom the padres are claimed to have full sway. Indian Territory and Okl.ihom.s will be visited next by the sub-committee and on next Tuesday the party wi". start for Washington to make a report on December 3. THE WORK OF THE COMMITTEE. El Paso, November 20. The I'nited States senators composing the senate, sub-committee visiting the-territories today completed its investigations in New Mexico and Arizona, and tomor row morning they will leave for Okla homa and Indian territory. The Lift hearing in New Mexico was r. t Las duces. The record of testimony heard now. embraces over 20 typewritten pages. What it contains will net be known until it appears in print.' Th committee cue mote week c.l will;. The only reason the committee stopped over night in El Paso was that it had to wait until morning to catch a train for Oklahoma. It will firrt visit Guth rie. In the districts it has visited it has made a thorough investigation o' the physical conditions by drives through all parts of the towns and out in the country. From its week's experience it. has developed a system of work which it applies as soon as a town is reached, and by the time the commit tee sits witnesses have been formally summoned and brought in. The testi mony is taken and typewritten by offi cial stenographers who have working EagiesgEZMCaroivai Week Nov. 2429. Week of Unparalleled Amusement. Attractions The Southern Carnival Company, Featuring Also 15 Other Big Shows and Attractions Be sure and see the Free High Dive and Bicycle Stairway Ride each afternoon and evening. Remember NOVEMBER RSITTEE ARIZONA rooms on the committer's iar. and who prepare the testimony for print while; the Committee travels from one point to another. The committee carries with it documents and much official dala relative to the territories, and often holds meetings cn the train, o PHYSICIANS STRIKE. The Kr.tire Karldcr.t StafC cf a Hospital Walk Out. Pittsburg, November 20. All th? staff physicians employed at the Mercy hospital, the lirgest hc?rital in the city, quit work this afternoon and Walked out of the institution . The patients waited in vain for the visits of the doctors, while air.bulir.ee ca'.l"? were unheeded. The cause ofthe strike is not known definitely. The physicians say they have been unjustly treated by the offi cers of the hospital, ar?d the officers say the doctors have not been attend ing properly to their duties. Most of the physicians are youn? men. j Af:cr the members o' the sUifC left ! the hospital together the consulting ! physicians were summoned. It was scire time before affair? were b?"mg conducted in anything like the usual way. Nov.- resfier.t physicians will be se cured from among graduates of the Western Ponrxrylvar.'.u Medical C'o'Iegc, from which institution all the young TUoctuis ier riif institution are' received. THE COMPANY YIELDED. The El Pa.o Street Car Stike Comes to an End. El Paso, November 20. The street car rtrik ended tonight, the company complying with th" demands of the strikers. The company had discharged tne secretary of the newly organized union and all the employes went out last night. Traffic was suspended in the city and on lines to suburban re sorts as well as iose extending to Ti-wne, Tex., and Juarez, Mex. AMERICAN OUTPOINTED. Bobby Dobbs Surprised in London Last Night. London, November 20. At the Na tional Athletic club at Marylebone to night the American pugilist Bobby Dobbs met the London boxer Jem Ma- furnished by the Date, 24th to 29th. loney for a purse of $1,750 and the 138 pound championship. Dobbs, who was a favorite, had somewhat the better of the opening rounds but in the fifth round Maloney equalized matters and from that time forth had the contest in his own hands much to the surprise of his opponent who at times fought very wild and Indulged in holding tac tics. Dobbs managed to stay the full twenty rounds but the result was an easy victory for Maloney on points. o IRISH LEADERS. Messrs. Dillon and Davitt Arrive Chicago. . In Chicago, November 20. John Dillon and Michael Davitt, the Irish National ist leadeis, reached Chicago today from Toledo, O.. and will speak here Sunday night at the Auditorium. Both declare that this winter will witness the pass age by the imperial parliament of Great Britain of an Irish land purchase act that will settle the agrarian question. o NORTHERN SECURITIES CASE. An Attorney for Minnesota Claims That O.Ter.EP Has Been Admitted. New York, November 20. John S. Kennedy, director for Ihe Northern Se curutics company, gave testimony at the hearing of the rase of the State if Minnesota against the company to day. During the recess after Mr. Kennedy had testified. Magnus I). Munn, coun sel for the state of Minnesota, said: "Mr. Kennedy practically admitted that the Northern Securities Company was orginlzed for th express purpose of combining the parallel railrcads to prevent competition. That H all we charge the company with, find that Is what the lr.ws of Minnesota say is 11 l.vial." SaCIALIsfsfRER6TH IH THE FEDERATION It Is Short of Control by Only 400 Votes. New Orler.ns, La., November 20. The socialists came within 400 votes of se curing control of the convention of the American Federation of Labor today. The struggle lasted nearly all day an 1 a number of able speeches were made on both sides, notably those of D. A. Hayes, James Duncan ami President (iompt-rs against the socialists and Vic tor Berger, Max Hayes and W. 15. Wil son .of the United Mine Workers, In benalf of the resolution introduced' by Delegate Berger and amended by Dele gate Wilson in a manner acceptable to Berger. The debate lasted until 0 o'clock, this evening, when a roll call showed 4.774 votes against the amendment of Wilson, and 4,311 in favor of it. The miners voted solidly in favor of the amendment. No business was tran rcted In the convention during the day other than debate and the report of the committee which investigated the Gompers-Shaffer trouble, which was a vindication of President Gompers. BIDDING FOR A FIGHT. The McGcvein-l'c.rbett, Contract Yet Awarded. Not Cincinnati, November 20 Bids for the twenty-five round glove contest be t.vcen Young Corbet t of Denver and Terry M Govern of Brooklyn were opened in the office of the Enquirer to day by A. l-uiiibertson. the sporting editor h was authorized to represent both sides, as neither McOJovem nor Corbett wire on hand. The only clubs which bid on the con test were the Penn Art Club of Phila- ! dclphia and the Hays Valley Athletic j Club of San Francisco. Neither club offered a guarantee for j the match. The bids were wired to j Sam Harris, manager of McOovern and ! Young Corbett in the east, and they ; decided not to accept either bid for the j present, as the required forfeit of I 5,(Ht0 did not accompany the bids. The i boxers have agreed to leave the bid3 open one week. THE LIFE OF The Man Behind the Desk. "Coffee soaked me hard for about three years and I was troubled with in digestion, headaches and drowsiness; I had no appetite and could not sleep and I was steadily losing flesh all the time. I had spent a small fortune on medi cine and doctors' bills; I consulted sev eral doctors, one told me that I had liv er trouble, another told me that I had kidney trouble, ethers prescribed reme dies for numerous complaints, but none helped me and I finally looked upon my bad stomach as a part of my miserable existence, giving up all hope of ever being myself again. "I knew that the caf.se of it was all due to office work, which precluded suf ficient bodily exercise and the eating of non-nourishing and non-digestlva food, and the drinking of tea und coffee. I had to quit my work us I lost my mental and physical strength. "A friend of mine, who weighs about 240 lbs. and who locks the picture of health advised me to use Grape-Nuts as a food and drink Postum Cereal Coffee. He said that his perfect health was due to the use of these two pure cereals. He said that they would build up the deli cate cells of the brain and body and re- ! store me to health. "I acted on his advice and havp no cause to regret it. I have now been us ing Grape-Nuts and Postum Coffee for some time and am in perfect, health and weigh 10 pounds more than I ever did. "Grape-Nuts Food is the crystallized essence of all cereals. I eat it four times a day, prepared with cream, and also by pouring some of it out of the box ito my hand and then eating it. Postum Coffee has also helped me greatly." Name given by Postum Co Creek, Mich. Battle THE PRESIDENT'S JOURNEY HOME An Ovation by School Chil dren at tfany Places. Ha Managed Not to Disappoint the Youthful Citizen At One Place He Was Greeted by a Bister of Governor Erodie. Asheville, N. C, November 20. The president's . homeward journey today was without special Incident. In th ride across the mountains over the Southern railway he made fast time. Tne train stopped only to change crews and engines. Its coming was gener ally unheralded but there was a small crowd at almost every station. Several times the train was cheered as it swept by. At Chattanooga the president re ceived a telegram from Newport, Tenn.. saying that the school children would turn out to see him. By his direction the train slowed down when that place was reached. About two hundred children with Hags In their hands lined up along the track. The president stood on the rear platform and waved his hand and hat to them. At Stevenson, Ala., early this morning about fifty children gath ered around his car and begged the porter to let them see the president. The ptesident who had just risen heard their cries and rather than disappoint them he stepped to the door In his stocking feet and said: "Good morn ing," just as the train drew out. - At Ivnoxville one of the first persons to greet the president was Mrs. Eliza beth Anderson of this city, a sister of Governor Urn-die of Arizona Territory. Governor Brodie was lieutenant colonel of the rough riders when the president was colonel. lie was much gratified at meeting her and spoke feelingly of his army association with Governor Brodie. o MORE RAIN TO-DAY, Washington, November 20 Forecast: Arizona, snow in the north: rain In the south Friday; Saturday fair and wanner. CHACON'S LAST HOPE VANISHED YESTERDAY The Murderer Must HaagJToday at Solomonville- Tucson, Ariz., November 20. Augus tin Chacon .the noted Mexican murder er who escaped from jail at Solomon viile four years ago while under sen tence of death for a t'ouble murder and who was recaptured a month ago on the Mexican line will hang tomorrow. The last effort to save his life failed today when United States Judge Davis refused to grant a writ of habeas cor pus csk.'d for by bis attorney:1- Fi) TRAM A FT ICR MATH. Annapolis. Md.. November 20. An operation was performed today on Mid shipman Aiken, who was injured in last Saturday's football game. A portion of th young man's skull was removed and three or four ounces of blood was abstracted from the sur face of his brain. The doctors tonight pay the condition of the patient is satisfactory. - o COMMERCIAL FINANCIAL Copper Being Crewded Down-Question of Supply aiid Demand. New York, November 20. Except for a few Irregular and comparatively un important moves, today's stock market was very like that of the preceding days of this week. In the sense that attention was focussed very largely upon one Issue, Manhattan. It made a net gain of 3Vi points. STOCKS. Atchison, 83Vi; do preferred. S8; C. & O., 45; Big Four, 93Vi; C. & S. 28; do preferred, 70; do second preferred. 43; Erie, 33"; Great Northern pre ferred, 183; Manhattan, l,?; Metro politan. 14CV4; Missouri Pacific, 1074; New Jersey Central, 16o; New Yoi k Central, ir.2; Pennsylvania, la.vli: St. Louis and San Francisco, 72,,: do pre ferred, 81 V4: do second preferred 69Vi; St. Paul, 173: Southern Pacific, 63Vi; Union Pacific, 100; Amalgamated Copper, D7; Anaconda, 'J2; Sugar, ll'.l'i; U. S. Steel, 36; do preferred, 83; Western Unk-n, J'S'-g; Santa Fe Copper, iy.; I JON PS. 2s, reg. and coupon. lOSVi". coupon. 108; new 4s, reg. ISO: old 4s, reg. and cou s, reg. and coupon, 104. l". S. ref. 3:?, reg. and and coupon, pon, 10!t; T METALS. Nt w York, November 20. Cooper was lower in London again today, declining 3s 9d. with snot ouoted .'.0 12s 6d and futures 50 17s 6d. The local market was also weak and a shade lower on some grades. Standard was quoted at $10.62fc nominal: electrolytic, $ll.25i $11.33; casting, II 1.25i 11.35; lake, $11.40 i II 1.60. The statistical position of the metal seems to be an object of dispute, "i it being claimed on one hand that the "JcoonsTjmptlon will be fully able to take (care of the production, while on the other it 1s pointed out that available supplies are larger than :i year or so ago, when the price broke from 17 to 11 cents, while the production was in creasing. Lead was unchanged and quiet here at 4Vkc, while in London it advanced 2s Cd, dosing at 19 12s 6d. Bar silver, 49c. Mexican dollars, 39c. WOOL AND HIDES. New steady. York, November Wool quiet. 20. Hides GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. Chicago, November 20. Heavy real izing by the longs was the feature of trading in wheat today, and the c!o3e was at a lower level, December being down December corn closed c lower and oats Me lower. January provisions closed from 5cfr7c to 10c lower. December wheat opened at 76c to 77c, and after selling u; to 777ic, declined to 75c, and closed at 7"M:c. Decem ber corn opened at 59 to 5c, declined to 57. advanced to 59c and closed at 58c. Dec-ember oats closed at 30Vic, after selling between 30Vic and Z0H 30ic. CATTLE AND SHEEP. Chicago, November 20. Cattle Re ceipts. 12,000, including 1,000 westerns. Market lower. Good to prime steers, $r.7."jff$6.C0: poor to medium, $3.00 $."..50; stackers and feeders, J2.0OfjJ4.fi0: cews, J1.10!?i;4.r.0; heifers, canners, $1.401 J2.40: bulls, calves. S33.00fr$7.00; Texas iZ.OO'it H.(.0: western steers, Sheep Receipts, 22,000; $2.00J?$3.00 $2.OO(Jt$4.50: fed steers, $3.50Ti $3.00. steady to lower. Good to choice wethers, $3.5Ci J4.C0; fair to choice ml::ed. $2.50fi $3.50: western sheep, $2.75Ti $3.80; native lambs, $3.50fi$5.25: western lambs, $3.75 6i 4.75. KENTUCKY NEGRO DIED IN INDIANA rreviomly Identified by Two Women as Their Assailant. Sullivan, Ind., November 20. James Dillard. the Kentucky negro, who criminally assaulted Mrs. Mary Davis of Sullivan county and Mrs. John Le mon of Knox county on Tuesday last was hanged to a . telegraph pole one mile east of John Lemon's farm at S o'clock tonight by a mob. Dillard was captured at Lawrenceville, 111., late yesterday after a battle with the town marshal, during which the negro was shot three times and severely wound ed. John L?mon, the husband of one of .the women who had been assaulted bv the negro, with a party of friends, went to Lawrenceville last night and identi fied him as the woman's assailant. Late this afternoon he was brought to Sulli van in a wagon by the she) iff and dep uties to be taken before the women for further identification. The sheriff and his deputies attempt ed steal into the town with his prisoner but a mob of forty or fifty farmers heavily armed took the prisoner away from thern and started the investiga tion themselves. The negro was taken to the home of Mis. Davis where he was ident.fied and then the mob start ed with the negro for the farm of John Lemon, ten miles from this city. The mob in the meantime had swelled to enormous proportions. The negro was identified by Mrs. Lemon. The crowd then started back to Sullivan with the prisoner, but one In He away from Lemon's farm a rope was thrown over the arm of a telegraph pole and the trembling wretch was quickly jerked into the air. The gov ernor had ordered out the Vincennes militia to protect the negro, but hi-5 instructions were received too late. After hanging the negro the mob quietly dispersed. It was composed mostly of farmers, but was largely augumented by citi zens of Sullivan, Oaktown and other towns of this county. o EXAGGERATED REPORTS. Of the Do5truction Wrought by Santa Maria Volcano. Washington, November 20. Lazo Ar- riaga, the minister from Guatemala, h-s just received from his government letters and telegrams stating that th reports published in this country about the loss of life and property caused by the eruption of Santa Maria volcano are exaggerated. While it is true that a part of the present coffee crop is lost, the dis patches say that it is generally expect ed that most of the plantations In the affected district will recuperate. Th loss of life will be very small. o SANTA FE CONFERENCE. Between Officials and the Engineers and Firemen. Topcka. Kan., November 20. A con ference likely to consume several days was commenced this afternoon between the operatlr.gr officials cf the Santa Fe and the grievance committee of the engineers and firemen. Each division of the road is represented by the lat ter, and the company is represented by J. W. Kendriek, of Chicago, third viee president: Central Manager Mudg.-: D. K. fain, superintendent of the western division, and D. E. Hurley, superintendent of the extern division. There is a number of matters to come up before the conference. ACCOUNTANT Up-to-date, labor-saving systems of bookkeeping Installed for large or small concerns; mining company books ad lusted: annual closing of books ar ranged. Phoenix. Ariz. Tel. 3731. SOCIO LOGICAL OF THE The Occupation of the Miner is Life-Shortening Testimony of Physicians Before the Arbitration Commis sionRev. Dr. Roberts One of the Witnesses for the Union Finds Himself Embarrassed on the Stand by His Book on the Anthracite Troubles Passages Con demning Boycotts and Outrages Which He Testified the Day Before, the Union Was Not Responsible For. Scrar.tcn, Pa., November 20. The economic and sociological features of the anthracite coal industry and the effect employment in and about the mines has upon the health of the mine workers were the principal subjects brought before the arbitration ct.ni- mission today by the attorneys of each j violence In the 1900 strike, and also side to the controversy. Three physi- i read articles written by Roberts dur cians who have practiced la Scranton ' ing the progress of the late contest, or Wilktsbarre testified that the occu- i in which he described in strong lan patio.n of the rrine workers was very guage the acts of violence, intnmida- unhealthful and shattered their live:-. O.ie physician. Dr. Frank P. Lena han, cf Wilkesbarre, who says he has had long experience among mine work ers, testified thfet fully 99 per cent cf the men who work in the mines are anemic. Their health is impoverished and their general condition below par, hus decreasing their earning jwwers. The principal ills suffered by the miners, the physicians said, were min ers' asthma, i heumatism. lumbago and si iatlca. The miners' ills came from coal dust, powder, smoke and vitiated air. The c ress-examinatioa of Rev. Dr. Father Roberts, of Mahoney City, Pa., i METROPOLITAN'S RIVAL. The New York Subway Company quires the Manhattan. Ac- New Ycik, November 20 The Herald tomorrow will s;.y: It was definitely stated (in official quarters last owning ( 1 hursday) that the control of the Jcnhattan Railway company had pa:-sed into the l.a'-.cls or the Inter-Borough Rapid Transit com pany, more farriliarly known as the Subway company. An official state ment to that effect will probably be is sued within a few d ys. Negotiations having this object in view have ben secretly carried on for some time. Yes terday (Thursday) they reached the stage where the scheme is assured. The consolidated company will con trol and. operate fi7i miles of road lo cated in Greater New Ycik, and con trolling practically all available fran chises not now possessed by the Metro politan Street Railway company. o A TAME BOUT. Philadelphia. Pa.. November 20. At the Broadway Athletic Club tonight TIML Lilt; OSTRICH FARM And Feather Salesroom, E Located in Capitol Addi- B St. Cat Line. Onlv 10 Minutes Ride or Drive from Center of City. i: the beautiful dis play of Plumes, E'oas, Fans, and Novelties in the Salesroom a t Producer's Prices. THE PHOENIX PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Paid-up Capltii riOo.000. Surplus and Undivided Profits, 10,000. GAG I-T. President. T. W. PEMBHRTON. Vice Pres. H. J.M'CLL fcG, CashlCT E. B. RfBel-llnod Vaults and Steel Safety rinfi. i.qh.iI nn nil n ri nolna l cities of Hevman. F. M. Mumhy. D. M. Ferry. ricks. I. H. Ohnlmertt. Fi-nnk Alkre. THE PRESCOTT NATIONAL BANK PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. Paid-up Capital. J100.000.00. Surplus and tT?l'v'J?'l ?r,oflt"; --.W J0 F M MURPHY, President. MORRIS GOLD WATER, Vice President. R. N. FREDERICKS. Cashier. W. C. BRANDON. Assistant Cashier. Brooklyn Chrome Steel-lined Vaults and Safe Deposit Boxes. A general bank Ing business transacted. Directors F. M. Murphy. E. B. Gage, Morris GldwaUr John C. Herndon. F. G. Brecht, D. M. Ferry. R. N. Fredericks. Tnr TMtr T.i.nnnn. Two Ml J. S. ACKER & CO. Suite 4 Union Block Brokers In Real Estate, Mining and and Information cheerfully given. SIDE COAL STRIKE who had studied the anthracite coal In dustry and written a book on the sub ject, ended today. Copious extracts from his bcok were read and placed cn record. Ex-Congressman Wolverton, counsel for the Reading company. read much of the matter pertaining to tion end boycotting. His articles spolce of some of these acts as "brutal .out rages," and he branded the union's action in calling out the steam men In June as "foolhardy." In explaining his articles Mr. Roberts said he did nc-t. wish to infer that the organization was responsible for . the lawlessness committed. The doctor said yesterday that the newspaper ac counts exaggerated the amount of law lessness in the coal region, but Mr. Wolvertoii's reading of Dr. Roberts' description of serious acts of violence ar d boycotting afforded much amuse ment for the attorneys of the co-.il companies. Jack McCormick of this city ar.d Jim Jeffords of California sparred six very tarr.e rounds. The bout went the limit without material damage to either man. WHEN LOOKING For Xm as Presents look at our new stock of Sil ver Novelties. . Geo. H. Cook & Co. Arizona's Leading Jewelers. 134 W. Washington St. " OR SALE. 10,000 Shares Leviathan Gold Mining Co.'s Stock. Addrcti B0EHMIR, 614 C. Adam St. V B. K. Choice Real Estate Offerings. Attractive o-acre ranch, brick cottage, suburbs of Phoenix. 320 acres in alfalfa' under Utah canal. 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