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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORXIKG, NOVEMBER 2?, 1902.
SSivS 'xSS'N. J,m DumPs at co,le6e strug- 0jHiC OJjl To gain the P,aco at center B v J jf Last year he tried, but tried In vain, I 6 .JrrtTk On "Force "ho then commenced to train. 1 fi.vV rflJ$t Now hear the bleachers cheering him: m -j&Csr Wf WL "Good tackle I 'Rah for 'Sunny Jim' I" j C "Force" ff The Heady-to-Serva Cereal ff B helps a man n a ff I 10 tacK1e anything. M)) ffwfe i Sweet, crisp fliKes of wheat and malt. B Vd on Yale Training Tables. jr k)k JlW?&Y B "For the past two months I have used a great qnan- VJ V O jk &?'$S t!ty of 'Force' on the Yale football training tables. The f$ l JcSOVm '- ' I R players eat about ten packages a day. alK 2 r ft V " Elizab'kth Patekson, tVH t '1lV 1 -cL. J "3 College St., Sew Raven, Conn." S9 Mines and Minerals of Arizona t "PROSPECTOE'S DELIGHT' j a -r -: -r ci ,i 1 tii. 1 A Biff Mining Bcom Should Follow . the Heavy Rains. I i The product of the still is very often referred to as "Prospector's Delight." but the real prospectors tieiignt nas 1 been coming down here In bucketfuis 1 for the last two days and It is the tame thing that makes the farmers and the cattlemen happy rain. It's the good old j Every little rain helps the prospector as it fills up the water holes and makes the exploration 'of certain sections much more feasible, but such a tain as is now failing all over Arizona, fills up everything, rivers. springs. tanks, lakes and all and guarantees that the man with the- pick and drill can find water for camp purposes, any old place. The desert districts which have been thirsting mort of the time for the last five years are now surely soaked up "clear to the roots" of the hills and In the higher mountains where the water supply has hitherto been irregular and limited, there will now be an abund ance. , There will be water for all the mills that have been shut down on 'account of Its scarcity, for placer mining and for all sorts of purposes In the hills. It f-hould insure a lively season for the prospectors ar.d rich rVr.ovei it s In lo calities where r ; o-pi ii; is most of the time out cf '.h -Mi THE UNITED VERB Reports That It Will E-isccie Within a Week. -"""""'6 V S . " Courier are very short but the first one at least is of general interest: , H. J. Allen of Jerome yesterday in formed the Courier reporter that the works of the United Verde Copper com pany and its mines would in all p.-r-, bllity be running full blast some time next January, and that two Jacke s would be in operation within a week. The United States geological survey ing party is now camped at Fort Whip ple. Mr. Dunnington Is a recent arriv al from Washington to take charge of the work. General Superintendent Douglass of the Division ojf the Rocky mountains, is also here. This division extends from the Canadian to the Mex ican boundary. Charles Loomis Is In from the Myrtle mining group on Ash creek. He reports 1 that the incline shaft is in 100 feet and that $35 a ton gold ore Is being taken out and is being hauled by wagon to the reduction works of the Standard Smelting and Refining company, on the Agua Fria, and that the output of such ore will be much larger later on than at present. o A SUGGESTIVE LESSON. The late John W. Mackay, notwith standing the multiplicity and magni tude of his business afTairs, when h? had fallen in death and his body had been burled in its mausoleum, tho.3 whose office it was to settle, the status of his great business affairs found that he did not owe a dollar to ony man beyond the usual monthly current ac counts for items of personal and housr- .$ hold supply: He had no notes payable C I IUC VU!iwvl ITIUia uv juu. fvi E-AAts 1 J Csijc V I Mo Soap, Borax. Soda or Ammonia is needed with GOLD DUST with little water and les effort you can clean any thing; about tha house better, easier and cheaper than with soap or any other cleanser, unce iry . " always buy it Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. Chicago. Hew York. Boston, SL Louis. Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. m v ) sss cf k vo nor unsettled balances in his commer cial enterprises, none of. those trouble some liquidated claims that so fre quently delay and decimate estate-?. j John W. Mac-kay had lived and done ! business strictly on the pay as you 30 j plan. Because he had adhered to this ! plan from the commencement of his career he was able to leave behind 1. clean score with an enormous balance on the iRht sidp Tne u.I(lPrit !s :t strongly suggestive lesson to youn men beginning in business careers. It is easy to learn and sure to win. Western Mining- World. ,, UN WATERING CRIPPLE CREEK. The gpeclal w ater committee appoint- e(1 five weeks ago to arrange some plan 1 0f unwatering the Cripple Creek dis- ! 1 trict met yesterday cfternoon In final : j session and adopted a plan by which it ; I Is possible to afford almost lmnediate ! j relief for the big mines of the district, I 1 ........ . , : ( t 1 .-. 1 Cl 1. .13 Liitr .viliiiiiK l.nuiu ui lutr 13111. The committee has decided to adopt I what is generally known as the El Paso tunnel which ran hp- ennstrllc ted lit a cost of between 580,000 and JlOO.OoO and I will bring relief to some of the mines I within the next seven or eight months. I This Important announcement can b- made uton good authority. For several ! days there have been vague rumors floating about to the effect that the ! special committee had solved the water problem' and was about ready to make its report. Today the rumor took on tangible form, so that it can be stated on authority that the plan announced above will be recommended unanimous ly by the committee. j MISMANAGEMENT OF MINES. To those who are In the Inner circle and are acquainted with the type of men to whose hands vast sums are en trusted for the management, or mis management of mines, the surprise often is that the X'ercentage of apying mines is as great, not as small as it la. Happily the old state of things is pasi- inrr fiti-ot' rt-kn ft rr n-iii 1 1 n o- i r-c fully trained for the profession of mino ,, li(1J, ,u. . b.n ,'a..h rr law and medicine. London Mining Journal. -o PLATINUM NUGGETS RARE. The American Mining News of New York says: "PHUniini rarely occurs In nuggets, though once In a while a lump of it Is found; the biggest on record, about the size of a tumbler, being now preserved in the Dresden museum. Some time ago John M. Davidson, of Rochester, N. Y., found the metal in two meteorites an interesting discov ery, inasmuch as it proved that plati num exists in other worlds than ours." o- ; - BEST LINIMftN'T ON EARTH. I. M. McIIany, Greenville. Tex., writc-s, Nov. 2d, 1W0: "I had rheuma tism last winter, was down in bed six weeks; tried everything, but got no re lief, till a friend gave me a part of a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment, f used it, and got two more bottles. It cured me and I haven't felt any rheumatism fince. I can recommend Snow Liniment to be the best liniment on earth for -rheumatism." For rheu matic, sciatic or neuralgic pains, rub In Ballard's Snow Liniment, you will not suffer long, but will be gratified with n speedy and effective cure. 25c, 50c and $1.00 at'EIvey & Hulett's drug store. ,..v:: !!!:!!! Amusements ... . . bUi 1 l IV. i o iiinun.w -w.....tii-..'. In looking for attractions th3 Eigles I were oounu to get tne ik?si aim cx- elusive line of attractions obtainable ana In securing tne isosiwick iraineu wild animal show they have one that is unequaled in this country. The show contains animals from all parts of the I world, not only lions, but lions, tigers leopards, panthers, jaguars, bears, wolves, hyenas and hybiids. The ani mals are in charge of Lorenzo, a world famed animal trainer and hunter. His ferocious encounter with "Wallace," the man-eating lion, is one o fthe most I exciting acts ever witnessed. "Wallace" I is the most famous animal in captivity, having the reputation of killing three i trainers. Another wonderful feature of the shfJW ,s IiI1Ie rjorine, "The Lady of Leopards," one of the most f imou" French animal trainers, with a group of treacherous, snapping leopards and panthers. The performance of this lit tle lady is truly remarkable, as these cnlmals are eo dangerous and treach- emus that they spring upon the trainer i without a moment's warning and tear- ! lr.g him or her to pieces without giving ! nnv chance to defend themselves. Mile. I Dorine hns many scars rhe has ret el 1 ed from her pets. j Ricardo is seen with a remarkable group of bears, wolves and hyenas that j Jump over hurdles and through hoop S of fire, beside bears walking on their j front feet. :.tr.ic. Falva is the only lady trainer ! in this country that has ever attempted ; to tialn a ti?er and will be seen with i a troupe o. linns and tigers in a very inteiesting exhibition, i Mile. Flora will present the most I hlghlv educated group of bears and Russian wolf hounds ever seen in this country. The work of those animals Is truly wonderful, doing such acts as see-s-awing. dancing, forming pyramids and the funny antics of the dude bear. Trilby always keeps the audience in good humor. CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with IX'AL APPLICATIONS. is they cannot reach the sent of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and In order to cure it you murt take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts direttlv en the blood and mucous - v-u.c - quacK medicine. 11 was irvtcii'ifj o cr.e of the best physicians in this country for years, and is a regular pre scription. It is comjKJsed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combi nation of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results In curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo. O. Fold by druggists, price 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Personal Mention 4. Mrs. M. II. Elliott loft for Eenson on laFt night's train. J. J. Ryan left for Columbus, Neb., this morning via the northern route. Dr. George B. Tratt has returned frcm a business trip to Blsbee and Tucson. H. E. Jack?on and L. Jackson were ; as-sengers for Chicago on last night's M. Cc P. train. Lieutenant Hothderfir of the first regiment N. G. A. arrived here yester day from Flagstaff, making the trip overland, A morning paper announced yester day, erroneously, that, Sam Korrick left fin yesterday morning's train for New York. Mr. Korrick did not leave and at present has r.o such Journey in mind. Among the guests registering at the Ford hotel yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. S. F. King of Denver; James T. O'Connor of Delphi, Ind.; Mr. and Mis. H. T. Blown of Madison. Miss.: Mr. and Mis. T. Richards of Calumet: J. E. Johnston and Mrs. A. l- Johnston of Louisville. Ky. The following named registered at the Hotel Adams yesterday: Adolph F. Heii.hman, H. W. Vlrdcn, W. A. Smith. H. H. Clark. Los Angeles: V. W. Rice. San Diego; Mrs. J. E. Biabon, St. Paul; Mrs. Elias Milliken. Boston; Charle? P. Intler, (',. W. Hislop. New -Yoik; Mrs. Anna Kent and Miss Kent, East Orange, N. J.; George H. Chris tian, wife and maid, Minneapolis: M. G. C-joper. Kansas Citv: Mrr. ('has. Biown. Vancouver. Wash.: W. G. Can non. Memphis; "V. A. Costen, Poto rroise City. Md.: Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Robeiiion, Miss L. Shneffert, Chicago; James M. Wishnrt. Pasadena: Edward CS. Bradford, Wilmington, Del.; Miss Mcrherson, City. BEAUTIr ujj CLEAR SKIES. Hcfblne exerts a direct influence on the bowels, liver and kidneys, purify ing and strengthening these organs, and maintaining them In a normal con dition of health; thus removing a com mon cause of yellow, mothy, greasy skin, and more or less of pimplea, blotches and blackheads. 00c at Elvey & Hulett's drug store. A REASONABLE STATEMENT. I see an Hem here which says th3t there Is enough whiskey made in Ken tucky annually to float a steamship." "Of course there must be. They ex nort rome." o The next world could be made hell for any man by simply changing him into a woman, and heaven for any woman by making her into a man. JUDGE WADE ROBBED Dastardly Deed of Outlawry in a Mountain Mining Camp. Dick Hall t-Kir.e down from Wit ken burg last night, bringing with him the story of the robbery of Judge Vade at his station nine miles east of Wleken buiK on the road to Gilbert. Mr. Wade is S3 years old and lives alone. While he was asleep in his cabin Thursday night Fome on" entered it and without waking him tarried away his writing deF containing about $300 in checks and money ami some valuable papers. The papers are really of greater value to hi mthan the money, for they are deeds to valuable minln? probity, and have never been recorded, together with documents of value to himself or others. While there were no witnesses to the incident so Tar as known, suspicion lerta on ceitain parties who will most likely l htld to answer for the out rage. Judge Wade is highly respected by all who know him, and he was for many years Justice of the peate In the Black Rock district where ho resides Should the outlaws be apprehended no penalty tou'.d be too severe ror fucii a crime against a man of his charac ter, his advanced age and his helpless ondit'.on. CHACON DIED GAMELY (Continued From First Page.) ville and turned over to thz sheriff. whc:e at the last term of court he was esain rentented to pay the extreme penalty cf the law yesterday. Not only did justice hunger for vengeance, but the man's continued existence was a menace to all, for he had reached that p .int when to kill became his first im-j;:'.!-e on th-' approach of either sti anger or enemy. With his passing the i l:'.j,k-ader of a score of bad men h't" be.Mi disposed of and the people of eastern and southern Arizona feel a much greater measure of safety ficm deed of unprovoked violence, rhlfically h2 is said to have known r.o such thing as fear. When captured th.j last -time he asked Captnin Moss man to kill hm. saying he hail the diop on him and he knew he was doomed anyway. His uppermost thouKht teemed to b embarrii'-siiient at having been so smoothly tricked by the oificers. And neither was he alto gether stupid on that occasion, for it i. said by the officers that he frequently showed by his inquiring glances during the night they spent with him and the taily morning before his surrender, that he was suspicious that affuirs were net running as smoothly in his in terest as they seemed to be. Since hi3 return to the Soloinonv!lle jail the last time he has firmly insisted tint he would theat the gallows, and a WftK or two uko an inciueni irans- pired thut caused Sheriff Parks to double the guard placed over the jail. Another Mexican prisoner had ex changed short letters with him, that later came into the pojstssion 01 the sherirf. While they contained nothing of a definite nature there were cx- piesrior.s that led the officers to If ar that a plot was hatthir.g either within the? jail or among outside friends and that too great care could not be taken to prevent either a Jail break or the means of suicide, for while he was r.ot of a nature to take his own life ho might have clone so had opportunity teen given in preference to hanging, and In his dogged desire to defeat the law. Though his crimes were numerous and many of them perhaps are un known he has no doubt been made the Fcapegoat for others on more than on? occasion and murders have been laid at his door of which he was not guilty. Something over two years ago two men who came to Arizona for their health established themselves In a road sta tion near New River In thj northern pait of this county. They were bru tally murdered one day and their houc robbed, the bodies being discovered pome hours afterward. Word was brought to Phoenix and Sheriff Murray and a posse took the trail. The mur derers, of whom there .were two o more, traveled east through Pinal county, ncith o.f Globe and then In th! direction of Black river, the name by which the upper waters of the Salt liver are known and where many ban dit gangs made their headquarters. The pos-se never came up with them and that crime has remained un- SO NERVOUS I COULD NOT 1 SLEEP. When there is disease of the delicate female organism, it is only a question of time until the general health become undermined. Nervousness, slecplessnesi, loss of appetite and "sinking spells" produce suffering almost indescribable. There can be no restoration of the gen eral health until the local health of the womanly organism is re-established. . Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription establishes regularity, dries offensive drains, heals inflammation and ulcera tion and cures female weakness. It encourages the appetite, tranquilizer the nerves and induces refreshing sleep. "You would be surprised if you could have seen me when I commenced taking Dr. l'ierce'8 medicine and could se mc now." writes Mrs. Isaac S. Harris, of Gayville. Yankton Co., So. Dakota. "I had no appetite, was completely run down. Have had stomach trouble for yearn and waa ao nerrous I could not sleep. We have spent a lot of money doctoring, but thcr was not one thing that I took that did me any good, except for a short time ; till I com menced taking Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescrip tion and " Golden Medical Discovery.' In thre-; days after I commenced taking his medicines I could see a change for the better, and from that time I have steadily been getting better. Can walk or ride to any place I want to, and I feel like a new person. Since taking Dr. Pierce'H mixlicinea I cm sleeD all nitfht and never set up tired in the morning ; can eat anything and it Hon't hurt me. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure bil iousness and sick, headache.. ' , IT--"---- Blight's Disease Kidney Trouble Of Long Standing Cured by Warner's Safe lure Many Cases investigated by the Editor and found to Be Completely Cured. A TRIAL BOTTLE OF WARNER'S SAFE CURE, THE GREATEST KID NEY MEDICINE KNOWN TO SCI ENCE. WILL BE SENT ABSOLUTE LY FREE. POSTPAID, TO ANY READER OF THIS PAPER. An investigation hv the Editor of thli ruper of the manv miraculous cures nic.de by Yarners Safe Cure has so im rrtfded us with the curative powers of this great medicine that we puhhsh two i ill 1 Tn. "t"ne,r,t-c A ,our lla St.'." Detroit Michigan.' Ex-Bi Ig.-Gen. t'rIr Son or St. George, says: "For fars 1 suiTerel rrom Kidney r.nu blad- 1 , . . . . ; . 1 . . .i ... Mnn.. . 1 . . 1 . . . none of them neeni.d to help. Finally my doctor had me try Warner's Safe I i.urr-, wnicn nemea me loe, and after I had taken I was completely cured. Mv R nernl health Is better and I have hot had the sliphteBt atack of kidney or bladder trou ble since. If any one h weak or un "nealth kidneys' I heartily recommend Warner's Safe Cure." Mrs. Lucy Baxter, of Newport New. Va., who Is r,2 years old. pays: "AlKiut twenty years nco I va civen up by dec- tors, who spld I whs so far pone with Prlirht's Disease that I could not recover. Dropsy was well developed. Dr. Martin. of Syracuse. N. Y.. prescribed Warner's Safe Cure in connection with Safe I'. lis. After taklncr three liotllea I was able to resume work, and by decrees cured. I liv to thank Warner's Safe Cere for helnr. alive today." If you have pains in your back or side. pain wnne passing urine. liniculty in passlnp it. dizziness, nausea, torpid liver, your kidneys are diseased. MAKE THIS TEST AND FIND OUT. I ut some urine p. slass or bottle. Af ter it has stood ?4 hours if it is a red dish or brown color, if panicles float piHint in it. or ir It Is cloudy, you can rest assured vonr kidneys arc diseased and nnplile to do their work, and if not attended to immediately Briijht's dis ease, ruaretrs. rnenmatlsm. nut, uric acid, inflammation of the bladder. Kal stones or urinary trochlea will develop and prove total in a short time. Warner's Safe Cure is the- only absolute cure for all thce forms of kidney, liver and blu Ui r troubles. It has brought the blessing of heallh to thousands upon inmiFann or suneririir men and women. Warner's Safe "ure is purely vegetable: free from narcotics and other harmfel elriics found in many so-called kidney cure". It Is pleesant to take and Ire from sediment. (Keware of so-called kid ney remedies which r-re full of sediment :ind of bad odor: they are harmful.) It does not constitia'e. Warne r's Safe Cure can be purchased at any dm? store or direc t in two size. .".tie. and $l.ii0 a bottle. He sure vnu cet "Warner's." W MINER'S SAFE PILLS move the bowels centlv ami aid a sr.eedy cure. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES: thev ar d'liiprrous. Ask for Warner's, it will cure yon. If there are symptoms In your case you do not understand, send a sample of urine, to th medical department and the. cioctors will analyze it and send you re port and advice free. Trial Bottle Free To convince every sefferer from disease of the kidneys, liver. Madder and blood that Warner's Pnfe Cure will enre them, a trial bottle will )e sent absolutely free. postpaid. Alo a valuable medical book let which tells fll aho"t the di"eaeS of the kidneys, liver rnd bladder, with a prescription for e-ch disease, ar.d manv of the thousands of testimonials received nailv rrom rrateriil jatlents who Mvo been cured by Warner's Safe Cue Com pany. Bnchrster. N. Y.. and mention hav ing red this liberal offer in this pnpee The irenuinenrss of this offer is fully guaranteed by the publisher. avenged by the law. But from de scriptions given at the ranches where the fugitives stopped it was supposed at the time that Chacon was the lead ing spirit of the outlaws. Differing opinions are also held but that crime is one which has been credited to him. WORM DESTROYER. White's Cream Vermifuge, not only kills worms, but removes the mucus and slime, in which they build their nests; it brings, and quickly, a healthy condition of the body, where 'worms cannot exist. 25c at Elvey & Hulett's druggists. THE SILVER DAGGER "The Silver Dagger" was presented at the Dorris theater last night by a company of competent artists and to the entire sat isfattion of those who attended. It was unfoitunate for both theater goers and for the company, that about the heaviest rain of the day occurred just at the hour patrons wanted to be gathering at the theater and for that reascin alone the attendance was small. The comments-of those who did attend wtre flattering, and' the company play ed well notwithstanding the lack of jnspiration that usually comes from :i big house. A BURNING MINE. Two Lives and Thousands of Lost. Dollars Trinidad, Colo., November 21. Two men dead and property loss running in to thousands is the result to date of the fire in Egleville coal mine about four miles south of here. No lives were reported lost at first. The fire thought to bo under control last night ngain commenced burning and at times the flames shot fifty feel from the mouth of the mine. Early this morning it was learned that Polito Piralto, a Mexican and Antonio Malto vices ,an Austrian were still in the mine. A rescue party was at once formed and despite the dense smoke and foul gases succeeded in rescuing the body of the former. The other still remains in the mine. Effort is now being made to smother the flames by building walls of adobe and masonry in each of the three en tries which fan the flames. J. C. Keb ler, the general manager of the com pany is at the scene now Every ef fort is being made to keep the fire from extending into the Starkville mine. o GERMANS AND COMBINES. Commission Begins an Inquiry Efforts to Resist the American Invasion. Berlin. November 21. The govern ment commission appointed to lnquir-2 Into the kai tels or syndicates that con trol or largely affect so many depart ments of production in Gernaany held Its first meeting yesterday. The com mission is composed of four professors", eight members of the Reichstag, and 19 business men. It Is not unlikely that the govern ment will use the report as a basis for proposing legislation providing for na- tional supervision of combinations of capital. German iron manufacturers are ask ing for a higher tariff against American Iron. Tobacco manufacturers of Sax-i ony are Joiniag in a movement to resist the American Tobacco combine. It is proposed to admit live cattle from America after March 31 because of the high prices cf meat here. BL'Y NORTH CAROLINA MINES. English Capitalists Acquire Gold Prop erties in Ceb-.irrus County. Concord, N. C, November 21. A gold beating propetty situated twelve miles from Concord was recently purchase 1 by parties from England, and it is re ported that extensive developments will be begun immediately. What Is known as the Nugget Mine, situated In the same (Cebarrus) county has also been bought by English parties An outfit is now being secured with the view of operating this mine at onte, a i epiesentaiive of the Industrial department of the Southern Railway Co. says that there are several parties from the nryt representing northern ca pltal prospect ;en three bottles . - . .. ' ,, 1 ti iui iiiuiea uiuug mat line. -O SUD MAYORS IN CHICAGO. Sentiment that the City Is Too Large for a Single Chief Magistrate. Chicago. November 21. Talk of hav ing the mayor of Chicago assisted in running the municipal government by a number of sub-mavors has been started by E. C. Ware, a real estate dealer. He believes that the city is too large for one mayor to manage. Mr. Ware favors the election of a dozen alderman at large. He also suggests that the city be divided into twelve districts, and that each district have a sub-mayor. o BIGGER WAGES. For Switchmen on the Michigan Cen tral Railway. Deroit. Mich.. November 21. General Superintendent L'Hommedieu this af ternoon announced an increase from one to four cents an hour in the pay of switchmen on the Mi Igan Central rail road ion the big yards between De troit and Chicago and at junction points in Mkigan from December- 1. The new scale affects about 590 men and means an increase to the com pany's pay roll of about 16,000 a month. The increase was Riven voluntarily. OTHER ADVANCES. Omaha. Neb.. November 21. The Burlington & Missouri RrVer railroad today increased the wages of switch men on its system to th Chicago scale. The Illinois Central road also advanced the wages of their switchmen to tha same scale. TOM OCHILTREE DYING. Hot Springs, Vo.. November 21. Col. Thomas Ochiltree is critically r, -,i,i mi . ndrt tiouble. There is ill here no hopo of his recovery. He was. sent here a fortnight ago frcm New York in the hope that the change might be benefi cial, but he came too late. The heart trouble is the result of pneumonia con tracted a year ago. Colonel Ochiltree is kept up entire ly bn heart stimulants. He has with him only a man servant and trained nurse. FIGHT AT A PRIZE FIGHT. One Man Killed and Another Fatally Injured. Guthrie, Ok., November 21. Trouble arose at a prize fight at Oklahoma City tonight and In a few seconds twenty five shots were fired. Goldie Wilson fell dead with five bullets in his head, his brother fatally Injured with shot through the neck, and two unknown men shot, one through the shoulder. the other through the leg. The fight had reathed its fourth round when the melee started. o GRANT'S SON MAKES A FORTUNE. Tacoma, November 21. Jesse R. Grant, son of President Grant, has made a comfortable fortune by the successful operation of mining proper ties at Nome, in which he became in tercsted three years ago. His home is In San Diego, whither he returned to day. He is also interested in Mexican mines. Grant is about 40 years old. MARCONI STATION PLANNED. New Orleans to Have One if Agents of Liners Co-operate in Enterprise. Pensacola, Fla., November 21.' Dan iel Kelly of New 1 ork, representing the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co., is here, and if he can secure the co-operation of agents of the liners, will estab lish a wireless station on Santa Rosa Island, nine miles from the city, by which vessels fitted with Marconi in struments can be reported when within 20 miles from port. He will endeavor to get all regular liners fitted with instruments which tost versels J1.500 and if the number is larg? enough he will establish the station which will cost $20,000. o END OF FAMOUS DREAM CITY. Secretary John G. Carlisle and Other Men Founded Wautauga Land Co. Knoxville, Tenn., November 21. The last chapter in one of the most famous i industrial schemes of the south was written when Judge C. D. Clarke of the United States court for the eastern district of Tennessee recently handed STANDARD IRON WORKS General Agents for Steam Engines. Boilers, Pumps, Gas and Gasoline Engines. Long distance Phone 571. Phoenix, Ariz. I R vOV Fifty Years the Standard AW '49 Awardid Klghist Honors World's Fair. Highest UstsU.S. Gov't Chtmlsts down a decree that the property of tha Wautauga Land Co. be sold at public auction. This company was founded 12 years ago and among its founders were noted men of the country. Among them were Secretary John G. Carlisle, Robert P. Poiter and Senator Louis E. McComas of Maryland. The purpose for which the company was formed was to build the "Iron City of the South" at Elizabethton, the cap itol of Carter county, east Tennessee. Large sums of money 'were spent in erecting the plants, building a railroad and opening mines. The floods of 1S01 ruined the project. One-third of Carter county and its capitol are Involved in the decree of the court. o ALASKAN MAIL SERVICE GOOD. Superintendent Thrall Says He Has Reached the Limit of Improvement. Tacoina, November 21. Superintend Thra'.l of the railway mail service on the Pacific coast has adopted import ant plans for the improvement of the Alaskan mail service. By his recom- mendations a contract for carrying mails to Skagway and 1 intermediate points has been let to the Alaska Steamship company. Mail clerks are rtationed on the fast steamers Hum boldt and Dolphin to facilitate th. handling o mails as the steamers movo r.orth and south. With the number of steamers now- running points in southeastern Alaska will receive mail several times each week. As matters now stand Superin tendent Thrall says that for the first lime he does not know of anything else that tan be done to Improve the Alaskan mail service. o NOT IN THE COMBINE. President of Northwestern Denies That His Company Is Concerned. Milwaukee, November 16. F. W. Siv- yer, president of the Northwestern Malleable Iron company of this city. today denied a report sent' out lroni New York that his company 13 In the proposed combine with a capital of $20,000,000. "The report," he said, "is absolutely without any foundation whatever, and I understand that the Wisconsin Mal leable company was not represented at the meeting. 1 am wholly at a loss to explain the persistency with which the Northwestern is concerned in all re ports with the talked of combine. It is not in the deal, never consented to go in It and will not belong." ELECTRA M. & M. GO. WICKENBURG'S COMING MINE In order to buy a gasoline hoist and increase our force for more Vapid de velopment, we will offer to local sub scribers a limited amount of treasury stock at 10c a share. You have often read of Electra and its fine ore. It is only ten miles from Wlckenburg by daily stage and easily examined. Miners and prospectors from vicinity are sending in orders for stock. Does this not show confidence in the property and management? Call at our office, see ore and late ex pert report by E. J. Bonsall. MCKERSON & WILSON, l?N. Center St. Phoenix, Ariz. Buford (SL Thompson ...EXPERIENCED AlCTIONEERS... Satisfaction Guaranteed, OFFICE 15 S. FIRST AVE. ESI PHOENIX FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS Machinery, Supplies, Castings, Repairs, Etc., Etc 25 to 33 North Second St. issa IL