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for Itself, and Is the real thing. HARTWELL & lUMAKER'S 29 South Sec ond Street. n..awL.ltmji jinru'iKiwiLiUMu. mwm rnvrnmiimx South 2nd St., that's the right place. Phone 22S3. HARWELL & HAMAHLR. TIIIT1TEEKTII YEAR. ' PAGES PHOENIX. ARIZONA. SUNDAY MORNINQ, NOVEMBER 23, '1902. g PAG VOL. XIII. NO. 190 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN 29 THE GREAT MAKER TROUBLED TO DEATH Herr Krupp Expired of Apoplexy Yes terday Afternoon There Was a Suspicion That He Had Committed Suicide. His Friends Say That They Believe His End Was Hastened by Great Mental Distress Over Charges Made Against Him in a graphed Throughout the World He Was the Wealth iest Man in Germany and the Friend of the Emgeror. Berlin. November 22. Ilr-rr Krupp. the sie.lt gunmak'-r and t!ie wealthiest man in Germany, died suddenly from apoplexy this afternoon at his villa at lluegct. Heir Krupp had been ill for several days, and a it-port of his condition was ttleg'raphed daily to his wife, who has lien several months in Jena under medical treatment. Concerned by the latest dispatch regarding her liusD:i:idA Frau Krupp lft Jena yesterday ac companied by Professor P.ltiswanger. or the medical faculty of th3 university there. She will reach E:-v;cn early Sun day morning. According to medical re-ports hi physicians succeeded in restoring Ilcrr Krupp to c onsc iousr.ers: bat thfir pa tient soon relapsed into insensibility. He died at uMuri. In the meantime the directors o. the Ivrupp w.rks and Herr Krupp's solicitors had been sum moned. They held a consultation aft?r his death, and caused a bulletin an nouncing his death to be posted at the works at Ptre.' At noon rumors were in circulation at Kssen that Heir Krupp was dying, but the pub'ie had r.o accurate infoi nuition legarding his condition until the great pun works which dominate the city and l'urnish employment to43,0,0 men was closed. The first, oucstioa that everybody asked was: "Did Herr Krupp c-oiTnr.it suicide?" There seems to be no testi mony to support this suggestion, the physicians in attendance resolutely as serting tliat the case was simply one of apoplexy. That considerable time elapsed after dext'o before the news was announced is taken by some to In dicate that the cause of death was somewhat obscure. Near friends vf the cifad man who were aware of the great mr.tal distress into which the ree"er.t publication in the Voerwaert had thrown him reproduced as it was in adjacent cities and telegraphed ail nvfr the world are confident that the charges contained in the story induced his death. Herr Krupp's villa, where he died, is several miles frcm Essen. The grent gunrr.aker lived there 5:; almost feudal fashion, and the place tonight is un approachable, nobody being admitted within the gates except the police, the directors of the Krupp works and the undertakers. The officials and employes cl the Krupp works yesterday called a public meeting for the purpose of expressing Indignation at thp charge made by the Eagl Week Nov. 2429. Week of Unparalleled Amusement, Attractions furnished by The Southern Carnival Company, Featuring OB 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 German Newspaper and Tele Voijvv. ac t tn. The lP..'Olir..tT was held r.t I.aif past ". , en o'clock this iviorr.inri. but before the deputation could be ap imli d to convey to Herr Ivrupp the explosions of loyalty and con1ider.ee, it was learned that his condition was tf: se.ii ur. for him to receive such a dtputation. Herr Krupp was not re 2'.rded as a hard master by his work men. He established various instiui Uor.p at Rosen for their benefit, and V.niH hundreds of n.od. l houses cm san :'ary principles, charging them a mod crate rent. Moderate estimates or the fortun? of the deceased place it at 12f..0tM.0W. Herr Krupp made a gieat sum by sup plying aia.cr plate to the new navy, besides his iron works and shin yards. he had an interest in many financial i e:;tt rprises, and recently had acquired expensive coal properties 'a connection with the North German Lljyd Steam ship company. Err.pt ror William was very fond of Herr Krupp and frequently visited him. The trr.peror often had Heir Krupp as hi3 guest at Berlin. As a special mark of distinction his majesty conferred upon th? guninaker the title of "excellency." which usually is con fined to the highest officials, ambassa dors, etc. THE GROWING H. I. rht Road Nov. Trying to Fecu Line in Mexico. re a Tcpeka, Kan . November 22. It is understood tilit the Rr.ck Island is try ing to acouire the Rio Grande, Sierra I.Iadre & Pacific read in old Mexico. If the Rock Island gets this system it will increase the total length of its hold ings to 8,227 miles. o '.UiE ENGLEVILLE MINE FIRE. All Attempts to Put It Out Have Failed. Trinidad, Colo., November 22. The Engleviile coal mine fire is still raging and all efforts to get it under control are apparently fruitless. A small j aim o" men has been engaged wnliing up the entries an day but the smoka is still pouring out of the mountain side ia large volumes. A reward is offered for the recovery of the body of the Austrian still in the mine and an unsuccessful attempt which proved to be almost fatal .to the rescuers was made. One of the grand! .asrosva tHe Date, 24th to 29th. party is still in a precarious condition. No moie rescue attempts will be per mitted by the ollicers who placed a guard at the entrance of the mine. It will be several weeks, it is believ ed, before an investigation of damage can 1m made. o MRS. GORE'S DEATH. The Accident Theory Ground. Is Galnins P?ri?. November 22. Te police Gla cials he-re admit that they are making r.o progress toward the solution of the mysterious death of Mrs. Ellen Gore anil this fact has strengthened thr the ory that the affair was one of accident rather than design. This view is so strong, especially among the members of the Hussion colony, that De Rydzewskl's advoeate, Deputy Cruppi, today announced his Intention of applying to the court Mon day for the provisional release of the accused. The authorities are likely to resist this motion, as they are not yet ready to accept the theory of accident. Con sul General Gowdy also Inclines against the accident theory, but the American onV.ials will not take an active part In tiic prosecution. o MAIL WAGON HOC BED. It Is Estimated That the Thief Netted About $10,000. Chicago. November 22. The Chicago po:-t( Mice was tobbed probably ofg $10, '00 today in a most daring manner. The robber made Ms escape without leaving any clew as to his identity. Two mail sacks containing the money vi:kh had just been picked up from two down-town sub-stations were left in an unprotected wagon in front of the Masonic Ttmpe while the mal! carrier went into the building to gather mail. The carrier was gone only a moment, tut when he returned his horse and wagon had disappeared. The sacks ar.d the horse and rig were afterward found where the thief had abandoned them. The rtrect was full of people at the time of the robbery, but no one seems j to have n(viced the thief. STRIKE COMMISSION TO MEET ONCE MORE By That Time, It Is Expected, an Agreement Will Be Beached. Serniitor!, Pa., November 22. The cn thiacite strike commission adjourned tsday to meet December 3, and It Is the hope and exptc.tr. tic n of ail parties to the controversy that when the. arbi trators fgaln meet an agi cement of the points in d!.;pute will be ready for sub mission for the approval of the com mission. Attorneys f ir both sides express the opinico that an amicable adjustment will be reached, and they predict that the commissioners will make only one more trip to this city. Before adjourning today a sub or conciliation committee was appointed, in order thit the wishes of the com mission may be ollicially voiced with regard to any matter that might arise in the interval. The committee, which is made up of Commissioners V.'atkins, Parker and ''!.ik. this afternoon called into con ference as many of the attorneys rep resenting the parties .before the com mission as could be gathered on short notice, and state.; to them the attitude of the commission. Alter trie meeting, a statement was given out in order that the public may know the position of the commission regarding the new turn of affairs. There were no important develop ments today in the matter of agree ment between the large companies and the miners. o WAGES WILL RE INCREASED. Topeka, Kan., November 22. General Manager Mudg, of the Santa Fe, announced tonight that no agreement had been reached in the wage confer ence with the firemen and engineers. The negotiations have been amicable thioughout, the only difference being the adjustment of wages to suit the different divisions. It is generally agreed that some advance will be made A NEW PUR LIC BUILDING. Washington, November 22. The act ing secretary of the treasury has au thorized the purchase of a site for a public building in Evanston, Wyo., at the corner of Fifth and Center streets, for JiO.OCO. SALESMEN'S TRIALS. Rad Fcod 13 One of Them. Road traveling is rather' hard on salesemen. Irregular hoi:rs, indiffer ent hotels and badly cooked food phiys smash with their digestion. An eld Philadelphia traveler tells how he got the rt:irt of his troublese by UF.lng Grape-Nuts. "For years I was troubled with a bad stomach, which gave me constant headaches and pains all through my body, caused by eating Improper food. I spent considerable money on doctors, who said I had in digestion, and after taking medicine for a year and it doing me no good, I de cided to go on a diet, but the different cereals I ate did not help me. If it hadn't been for the advice of a friend to try Grape-Nuts, 1 might be ailing yet. "I commenced to feel better in a short time after using the food: my In digestion left me: stomach regained its tone so that I could eat anything, and headaches stopped. I have gained 'n weight, and have a belter complexion than I had for years. At many hofVls, the 'salesmen will have nothing In the line of cereals but Grape-Nuts, as they consider It not only delicious, but also beneficial for their health in the life they lead." Name, given Jy Postum I Co., Rattle Creek, Mich. DEDICATION OF A SCHOOL President's Visit to Philadel phia Yesterday The End of a "Week Whose Beginning Was an Unsuccesbful Hunt for Bears in a Mississippi Jungle. Philadelphia, November 22 President Roorevelt. accompanied by several n.cmberu of his cabinet, came to this city today and spent the entire after noon and evening. The visit of the nation's chief executive and members of his oilicial family was for a two fold purpose. During the afternoon the president was the chief speaker at the exercises incident to the dedication of the new central high school for boys. Ha made two addresses at the institu tlo.i. one in the assembly hall, where the formal dedicatory ceremonies took placa. and the other from the balcony of the building to 1.500 pupils of the" school. Tonight the president responded to a toast during the Founder's Day ban quet at th.i Union League. In the in tromission between these events Presi dent Roosevelt was entertained at luncheon by Charles Emory Smith, former postmaster general, and was tendeied a reception at the home of Ed ward T. Stokesbury. His reception-by the citizens of this municipality today was most enthusiastic. The special train oearing the presi dential party arrived here at 11:45. Ac companying the president were Fi cre tary of the Treasury Shaw, Secretary of War Root, Secietary Agriculture Wilson, Postmaster General Payne, Dr. Lung, of the United States army, the president's physician, and Secretaries to the President Cortclyou and Loeb. Thousands of people surrounded the station, and when the president ap pealed he received an ovation which was continuous along the route to the hig'at school. Carriages were in wait ing for pie party and, escorted by the Philadelphia city troop of cavalry, they proceeded up Broad street to the high school building, which is located about six blocks from the station. The side walks were lined with wildly cheering throngs. . In acknowledgment of the enthusiastic demonstrations the presi dent repeatedly raised his hat. At the conclusion- of the banquet the presidential party proceeded to the Pennsylvania railroad station and boarded, the special train." "Notwith standing the late hour at which the distinguished guest reached the station more than 1.000 persons were in and nbout the big building. The president acknowledged the plaudits of the crowd by several times lifting his hat. The train puileJ out of the station en route to Washington at 11:j o'clock. rock isIjinTholoup twelve masked men Five of Them Now Closely Followed by Bloodhounds. Davenport, Iowa, November 22. The west bound passenger and express train cn the Rock Island road was held up by twelve masked robbers west of Davenport, about three miles, soon af ter midnight this morning. The robbers uncoupled the express car and ran It two miles further west, to Gale Siding, where the safe was blown open with dynamite, the explos ion being heard In Davenport It is definitely learned that the rob ber were successful in removing the contents of the safe from the express car. The train usually carries amount of money. a large Officers In charge of bloodhounds re ported tonight that they had succeed ed in picking up the trail and following the supposed tracks of five of the train robbers. The hounds took the scent now being followed near the scene of the robbery. They went to a farm from which a wagon was stolen and traced the rig to Jamestown. The clogs were then hauled to . Blueerass where they took the scent and were working north at last reports. It has been found that no dynamite was sold In Davenport. It Is" also denied that a large amount of money was put on the train at Davenport. o MANY LIVES LOST IN BURNING DOCK Destruction of Property Amounting to More Than Half a Million. Ashland, Wis., November 22. The Wisconsin Central ore dock was des troyed by fire this afternoon, the loss involved being nbout $525,000. In fall ing the dock carried with it a number of firemen and dockmen and a number of lives were lost. Just how many" will probably ncu be known for several days. A number of badly Injured firemen were rescued from the burning ruins. The known dead are: GUS ANDERSON, upper dockman, foreman of crew. WILLIAM LINDON. driver of hose cart. The seriously injured: Andy O'Toole, fireman, unconscious; will die. Charles Works, fireman, badly injur ed on the head; may die. Vivian Young, injured internally and skull fractured; may die. The fire caught about 5 o'cloclf pre- cumab!y from a boat unloading lumber across the slip, and before the firemen arrived the entire ore clock, half a mile long, was in flames. An cagine was run on the tramway as near to the fire as possible, and half a hundred, men began tearing apart the timbers connecting the tram way with the dock to ksep it from fall ing with the dock. Suddenly the dock gave way, falling with a crash and carrying with it 200 feet of the tram way, the engine just barely escaping the fall into the bay. Several hundred people were under the tramway but most of them ascaped with slight injuries. As the broken tramway and the burning dock fell, fully a dozen mem were seen to go down in the ruins. The wreck fell in to twenty feet of water. The fire is etilk ragin gaud Murray's saw mill .s In danger. Mowatt's mill is also ...reatened. The dock was valued at half a million and the ore at $25,000. o C. & S. ROBBER LOCATED. Two Posses in Pursuit, of the Leader, La Croix. Trinidad, Colo., November 22. Word reached this city tonight that Guy La Crolx, the man who the officers believe le the gang to attempt hold-up of the Colorado & Southern train near here, has bee.ninthe vicinity of Clayton, N. M., end at 8:30 this evening a posse left on the Colorado & Southern train for that place. At 11:30 another posse took the train for the same locality. Special Aent Reno and Division Superintendent Rainey were In charge of the first posse. Kfforts were made to keep the departure of the officers a secret. o UNIVERSITY WON. Tcnipe Normal School Football Team Got the Worst of It at Tucson. Tucson, Ariz., November 22 (Special) The University of Arizona football team defeated the Tempe Normal school team In today's football' game on the University campus. The score was 12 to 0 showing that while the home team gained the victory the visi tors made them earn it. YALE VICTORIOUS AGAINST HARVARD Qreat Annual Game Won in Sight of Thirty Thousand. New Haven, Conn., November 22. Yale university established her supre macy In the football field today by de feating Harvard in the annual Bne in unmistakable style. When time was called In the darkness of early evening the score stood 20 to 0. Nearly 30.000 spectators witnessed the great game, under weather conditions that could not have been improved from the standpoint of the onlookers. It was a trille too warm for the play ers, but the temperature did not cailse the contestants to let up a moment durln gthe game. LESSER GAMES. ; Easton. Pa. Lafayette, ; Lehigh, 0. Charleston, W. Va. West Virginia, 17; Washington and Lee, 5. Delaware .O. State University, 17; Ohio Wcsleyan, 16. nock Island Augustina College, 10; Monmouth college, 6. Cleveland Case Scientific, 40; HeideU berg, O. South Bend, Ind. Notre Dame, 22; De Pauw, 0. Lafayette, Ind. Purdue, S7; Univer sity of Indianapolis 0. Lawrence, Kan. Haskell, Indians, 6; Ottawa, 6. Manchester Brow n, 6; Partmouth. Norfolk, Va. Virginia, 5; Carlisle, 5. INDIAN CAPTAIN HURT. Norfolk, Va., November 22. In a game between the University of Vir ginia and Carlisle today Fullback Wil liams, the captain of the Carlisle team was carried from the field In the second half seriously injured. Physicians state that his spine was badly hurt. ANOTHER CASUALTY. St. Louis, November 22. Central col lege Fayette, Mo., was beaten in a foct ball game with Washington University here today 33 to 6. Right Tackle Cobey, of Central Col lege, was seriously injured, and tonight lies at .a hospital in a precarious con dition. Up to 11 o'clock tonight had not re gained consciousness. A SPANISH REGENCY. The Government Threatened With an Upheaval. Madrid, November 22. According to a dispatch to the Imparcial from Lis bon the government there believes thai a serious. conspiracy is on foot with a view to forming a regency. Government agents are closely watching the barracks and the naval club. A well known general. It is said, has declared that a regency is necessary. The correspondent as serts that the government sees con spiracy on all sides, and that serio': developments may follow. o JAMACIAN EARTHQUAKE. Kingston. Jamaica, November 22. A severe shock of earthquake was ex perienced here last night. ACCOUNTANT Up-to-date, labor-saving systems of bookkeeping Installed for large or small concerns; mining company books ad Justed; annual closing of books ar ranged. " Phoenix, Ariz. Tel. 3731. REACHES A Joyful Insistent Upon Seeing the Gentlemen Who Hold Statehood in the Hollow of Their Hands The Investigation Will Be Carried Into Oklahoma City Today A Journey of Twenty-four Hours in Two States and Two Terri Tories The Tour Will Extend Into Indian Territory Tomorrow and Be Concluded. Guthrie, Ok., November 2. The sen atorial commission investigating the territories met with an enthusiastic re ception as it passed into" Okla homa today. At the first station a lie, it had crossed the territorial line it was met by a biass band and a largj delegation of citizens who insisted on entering the committee's car and meet ing the senatois. The local committee at Carlsbad. New Mexico, was clamorous for the senators to remain over ill Carlsbad, but Senator Ueveridge, chairman cf the senatorial committee, refused to change the outlined itinerary which SAMUEL GOMPERS STILL AT THE HEAD i RAINS IN .CORSICA. New Orleans, November 22. Presi- dent, Samuel Gompers; first. vice presi- ' Ajaccio, Corscia, November 22. Great dent, James Duncan: second vice presi- damage has been done on this island dent, John Mitchell; third vice presi- j by heavy rains. One village was con dent, James O'Conne-11: fourth vice j pletely submerged, the inhabitants be- president. Max Norris; fifth vice presi dent. Thomas I. Kidd; sixth vice presi dent, Dennis A. Hayes: treasurer, J. It: Lennon; secretary, Frank Morrison; fraternal delegates to national labor convention in Great Britain, Max Has and Martin Lawler; fraternal delegate to Canada, John Coleman. Place of next convention, Boston. , The above ofTIeers were erected b? the American Federation of Labor to day. Without exception they are hold-overs from last year, the frater nal delegates, however, not being class ed as officers. There were but two contests for position. Frank Duffy of the carpenters, ran for fifth vice presi dent against Thomas I. Kidd of the woodworkers, and was beaten nearly out of sight. Th2 convention was in almost con tinuous session from 9 . o'clock in the morning until a late hour at night. The committee on the executive council's report v.as presented and de clared against "government by Injunc tion," but contained the following sen tence: "We recognize the authority of courts to issue injunctions to prevent the destruction of property and viola tions of law." This created a decided stir in the Visit the OSTRICH FARfV? And Feather Salesroom, Located in Capitol Addi tion at end of Washington St. Car Line. Only 10 Minutes Ride or Drive from Center of City. the beautiful dis play of Plumes, Eoas, Fans, and Novelties in the Salesroom a t Ml Producer's Prices. Xhh llLL THE PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK PHOENIX. ARIZONA. Paid-up CapttiL J100.000. Surplus and Undivided Profits, S).000. E. B. GAGE, President. T. W. PEMBKRTON, Vice Pre. H. J.JTCLU!G,CaahIOT L. B. LARIMER, Assistant Cashier. Pteel-llned Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boxes. General Banking Business. Drafts issued on all principal cities of the world. Directors G. B. Richmond. B. Heyman, F. M. Murphy, D. M. Ferry. E. B. Gage, T. W. Pwnbertoa. R. N. Fred ericks. X,. H. Chalmers. Frank Alklre. - THE PRESCOTT NATIONAL BANK PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. Paid-up Capital. T100.000.00. Surplus and Undiivded Profits, 50 000.00. r 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 GoldwaUK John C. Herndon. F. Q. Brecht, D. U. Ferry. R. N. Frederick. J. S. ACKER & CO. Suite 4 Union Block Prescott, Arizona. Brokers In Real Estate. Mining and and Information cheerfully given. ITT EE OKLAHOMA Delegation Which Peifetra teil the Sacred Car brought the committee into Oklahoma ' tonight. J The Indiana senator throughout the eommlttee'Ss tour of the territories has ! arranged so that prac tically r.o time I has been lost. The committee will go to Oklahoma City tomorrow and then on into In dian territory, first visiting South Mc- Alester. .The transcript of testimony j taken by the committee now embraces over 300 pages. The committee went j to bed in New Mexico last night, break j fasted in Texas, took dinner in Okla homa and supper in Kansas. It will reach Chicago the latter part of the I week. " convention. The debate was closed by the committee announcing that it would withdraw tne objectionable sen tence from the report. The report was then adopted. ing compelled to make their escape on rafts. : WEATHER 'TODAY. Washington, November 22. Forecast for Arizona Fair Piinday and Monday. WHEN LOOKING For Xmas Presents look et our new stock of Sil ver Novelties. . Geo. H. Cook & Co. Arizona's Leading Jewelers. 134 W. 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