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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1902.
P V Jim Dumps it more than thankful when Thanksgiving Day comet round again, for all the Dumps, " frorce," Eat unrestrained each ample course, Till, filled with good things to the brim, "Give thanks for Force,' " says "Sunny Jim." orce The Ready.to-Scrre Cereal maKes a thanKful digestion. Sweet, crisp flakes of wheat and malt. TKr Generations Eat " Force." The writer ia one of three generations who start breakfast With 1 Force.' It is an open question whether the children, grand ma or iuvwU could get along without it. "Joseph M. Gibbons." 40 ANNUAL REPORT OF GOV, BRODIE Showing the Present Condi tion of the Territory An Interesting Exhibit of the Affair of Arizona Mining and Agricul tural Growth, Railroad Construc tion, Statfhool The governor ot i : i ::..ry is re-, ciuired each year to prep-"'- -l ""l'st his annual report for it: - . of the secretary of the interior, and this di gest appears in the secretary's report of the affairs of his department. The report of Secretary Hitchcock for this year contains the following syn opsis of Governor Brodie'a report: "Arizona, the sixth largest political division In the United States, contains within its boundaries 113,000 square miles of area, or 72,320,000 acres, and from the variety of its resources the beauty of its climate and the grandeur of its scenery, is one of the most inter esting and attractive of the great sub divisions of the United States. "In 1860 Arizona constituted a county, in the territory of New Mexico and had a population of 6,482. It was or ganized as a territory February 24, 1863. In 1870 it had a population of 9.658 The total population of the territory, as shown by the census of 1&00. was 122.212. of which 92,903 were whites, 26.480 In dians, 1,848 negroes and 247 Japanese. Of the white population, 70,508 were native born and 22,395 of foreign birth. Of the foreign born, 50 per cent were in all probability Mexicans, the others being divided among the nationalities, Swedish, Irish. German, etc "The net bonded and floating Indebt edness of the territory Is $1,065,461.90. a considerable decrease over the previ ous year. The governor states that the financial condition of the territory ia most flattering, evidence of which is presented in the sale of territorial world's fair bonds for St. Louis expo sition at a premium of 7 per cent. This condition he regards as due to the prompt manner In which the territorial Interest on outstanding indebtedness is paid, and to. rigid retrenchment in public service. MISS MAY A Society Belle of I Ten r A r- r a T TT-T t y of London, Ontario, ' Canada, is a beauti ful girl who knows what suffering is and Wine of Cardui has brought her back to health. She is one of the social favorites 'of her home and her recovery to health has permitted her to enjoy the company of her many friends instead of lyine on abed of sickness and suffering. For the health she now. enjoys she gives credit to Wine of Cardui. She writes: "I have found Win of Cardui an excel lent remedy for female trouble. I suffered for three years with terrible bearing-down pains at the menstrual period. I could hardly stand on my feet and was never real welL 'Wine of Cardui was the only medicine that I could depend on to do me any good, as I tried several with no suc cess. Wine of Cardui cured me and I have now enjoyed perfect health for two years, and give you all the credit for I know you deserve it." For a young girl Wine of Cardui is the best remedy to guide her through womanhood by starting the menstrual r M Aft May MarktU. WINEofCARDVI 1 wk well trained on "The assessed valuation of taxable property has increased during the year to $39,083,177.57. as against $38,S53.831.37 for the year 1901. "The average rate, of taxation in the several counties in Arizona is exces sively high as compared with older and wealthier commonwealths. This re sults from various causes: first, being the added expenses and responsibility in all new communities to secure the construction and maintenance of terri torial institutions, such as the terri torial capitol. Insane asylum, territorial prison, reform school for Juvenile of fenders. University of Arizona, normal schools, the various buildings at the several county seats, and the separate and extensive school buildings of th common-school system throughout the several counties: second, from the In adequate methods of listing and assess ment of property, which throws the greater proportion of the burden upon the small holder and does not secure proportionate returns from the larger and more extensive holder; third, the injustice of allowing that great wealth producing Industry mining to escape on a comparatively small percentage of valuation, and fourth, the Impossi bility of making accurate lists of range cattle and horses for assessment. "The governor states that a proper and Just listing and valuation of all property In the territory. Including all large producing, valuable mines would result in lowering the tax rate, thj securing necessary funds for the proper maintenance of the government with out imposing unjust burdens upon any, and give added encouragement to the investment of capital within the terri torial boundaries'. The public school system of Arizona embraces a compre hensive course of education, and sub stantial advancement has been mad" throughout the territory in school work during the ytvir. The whole number of school children is 25,259, an Increase of 1.824 over 1901: 19 new school houses were built and 11 new districts organ ized. The valuation of school property- is $654,942. The University of rlzon.i ranks, among the best in the United States, and the two normal schools are excellent educational Institutions. All portions of the territory are well sup plied with schools, and attendance is compulsory. "Religious life in the 'territory ha? made rapid progress, the ordinances of religion being supplied to the most remote frontier mining camps and other settlements. The governor pre sents a comprehensive statement of the condition of the various church organi zations of the territory, which he ln- (Continued on Tenth Page.) MARKELL, London, Canada. flow in a healthy and nat ural manner. Menstruation started right is very easy to keep regular through the years of mature womanhood . Then the "change f life" need not be feared. Thus Wine of Cardui is woman's best relief from youth to old age. A million women have secured blessed relief from their sufferings by tak ing this treatment. It relieves men strual troubles in an incredibly short time. In a simple case of deranged menses Wine of Cardui never fails. To relieve disordered menses is to remove the cause of other female troubles. A ny physician will tell you that to remove the cause of a disease renders the cure easy, in fact seldom fails to complete the cure. If you would have the same relief which Miss Markell secured try Wine of Cardui. You can take it with out an examination and without any publicity whatever. You can take it in the privacy of your homo and secure just as much benefit as if a doctor had prescribed it for yon. Thousands of wo men are feeling the vigor of returning health by taking Wine of Cardui. A million suffering women have found relief in Wine of Cardui. CARNIVAL A SUCCESS Many Visitors Here and the Shows Well Patronized. The carnival so far has proved a greater success cthan even the Kagles dared to hope for after the Incidents of the storm und other dsiappointing things that always happen in connec tion with an enterprise of that kind. Further It was predicted by many that the fact of Tucson having the big show the week before and Present t preparing for it next week- would keep away many visitors who would attend from those i laces if this were the only show. That Is in a measure true, but there are others and lots of them who live nearer to Phoenix than either of those places and knowing how to appreciate a good thing they are here. The attendance Monday was most flattering and the shows that opened Monday night all had a good patron age. Yesterday there was a larger at tendance than ever and the show busi ness was lively. It is confidently be lieved the attendance will increase each day as Its success is demonstrated. Last night the tents were all packed In the early entertainments and the few shows that did not get ready for busi ness the first day were receiving their share of attention. The big Bostock animal show seems to be the leading card outside of the wonderful Stadium but as a visitor ex pressed it yesterday "there isn't a show in the bunch that is not worth twice the admission fee." The spectacular feature yesterday was the Indian parade. Hundreds of Maricopa brave3 arrived the night be fore and -with their souaws and papooses were camped at the corner of Fifth street and East Washington. Yesterday forenoon attired in all their line feathers and mounted on their cay uses they charged madly through the streets to the delight of all and par ticularly the tourists visiting the city. It was a great day for kodaks. One of the prettiest features of the carnival, the flower parade, was neces sarily given up on account of the mud dy condition of the streets. The camels, though no longer a curi osity in the United States are and ever will be a novelty and hundreds are Im proving their opportunity for riding on them at so much per. The beasts are perfectly gentle, real carnival camels, and seem to enter fully Into the spirit of the occasion. They go anywhere they are told to and on Monday night the keepers rode three of them into a saloon. But the "shooting up" feature was prohibited. The high diver makes his frightful leap twice each day. afternoon and evening, to the amazement of thous ands who having seen It once are prompted by curiosity to witness each succeeding performance if possible. Thus far everything has gone smoothly and the Kagles hre in good spirits. They are looking forward to Friday us the big day when all the south si''.e will come over and many of whom will stay to participate in the grand masquerade. GRABBERS GRABBED Police Nailed a Couple of Money Snatchers Yesterday. A lady who was enjoying the sights yeterday In the vicinity of Center and Washington streets participated In a real carnival incident. She had a purse containing five dollars In money, when a stranger came along and snatching It away from her disappeared In the crowd. The victim informed the police at once though she was unable to give much of a description of the man. It was enough, however, to connect the crime with a certain suspicious charac ter that has been under surveilance for several days. Last evening the man In question was jailed by Officer Hussell. He is a new comer and his name has not yet been learned. Whatever he may have to say on the subject of names will hardly be taken seriously. Between two and three dollars of the money was re covered. A similar incident occurred in which one of the carnival booths was the ruf ferer. The criminal, however, was a drunken Mexican, Augustln Alvarez, and not a professional thief. He was passing the booth when he made a grab for the?-money box which was In plain sight. He failed to get it but scattered the content on the sidewalk. He was taken before the recorder and given a jail sentence of thirty days. The only other case in police court was that of Diego Abril. another drunken Mexican, who wanted to shove his head In the lion's cage at the ani mal show and when refused this little diversion disturbed the peace. He was sent below for ten days by which time the li jns will be gone and will no lung er be afraid of him. BURGLARS THWARTED Three Unsuccessful Attempts at Eousi breaking Monday Night. Three burglarious enterprises were interfered with Monday night, nothing being accomplished by either side. The burglars made no haul . and none of them were captured. At the residence of "W. M. Mayers, 53S North Center street, there came nearer being something doing than at cither of the other places. A number ladies had spent the evening with Mrs. Mayers and. the members of the family were late In retiring. Their bedroom is on the second floor and neither Mr. Mayers" nor his wife were asleep at 1 o'clock when the incident occurred. Mrs. Mayers heard a noise below some time beore but thought little about It. Having occasion to go to another room to look after the children she heard the nrse rr.ore plainly and returning In formed Mr. Mayers who also heard it about the same time. Mr. Mayers .arose and having left his own revolver down stairs got a lit tle one from the bureau belonging to his wife and started down the stairs. As he did so he saw a mm fading away through the front door and by the time he reached the front door the visitor was through the gate. Mr. Mayers aimed at him and pulled the trigger but fortunately for the burglar the cartridge failed to explode. An examination showed that the robber had taken a screen off, (very carefully), for which he is entitled to thanks, and married AT 104 MR. TOWNSEXD MILLER. OF JA MAICA. L. I.. 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At the residence of Captain Connell burglars were heard at the windows but the lights were all turned on and hearing a noise within they gave up the enterprise as not an encouraging one. About 2 o'clock in the morning two evil minded individuals paid a similar visit to the residence of J3. J. Bennitt, also on Center street. Three screens were raised as one had been at the Mayers' residence and Mrs. Bennitt saw the outline of a man at the win dow and made an outcry when the unwelcome- guests departed. The city marshal carefully examined the premises yesterday and found the tracks of what seemed to be a man and woman, both of whom wore rubbers. Tracks were also found of an unshod horse which had been hitched in the alley in the rear of the house. . The marshal reciuests that all citi zens who r.ote suspicious characters in the vicinity of their houses report to the police station by telephone as soon as possible. THANKSGIVING SERVICE Programme of the United Churches of Phoenix. The most of the churches of Phoenix will unite in Thanksgiving day exer cises tomorrow. The services will be held at the Presbyterian church. The denominations which will take part are the First Baptist, the First Methodist, the Methodist South, the Free Metho dist, the A. M. E., the Spanish Metho dist and the Presbyterian. The music will be furnished by the Presbyterian choir. The services will begin at 10.30. The programme is as follows: Organ prelude Esperar.ee. Sudds. Doxology. Invocation Led, by. Dr. Halrey. Anthem "He Shall Come Down Like Rain." Dudley-Buck. Responsive Reading The Psalter, Se- lection 36. Led by Mr. Rowland. Gloria Patrla. The President's Proclamation Read by Mr. Heilman. The Governor's Proclamation Read by Mr. Cowan. Hymn No. 364. VPraise, My Soul, the King of Heaven." The Scripture Lesson Psalm 136. Read by Mr. Bagby. Anthem Festival Benedictus." Dudley-Buck. Soprano solo. Miss Utley; tenor solo, Mr. Igles. Prayer Led by Mr. Reynolds. Choir Response "Come Unto Me." Male quaitette: Messrs. Ingles, Dods worth, Andrews and Coggins. Offering for the Crittenton Home of this city. Offertory Bass solo, "O, Lord, Be Merciful," Bartlet. Mr. Andrews. Sermon Text. "O Give Thanks Unto the Lord: for He Is Good; for His Mercy Endureth Forever." Psalm 136:1. By unanimous vote of the asso ciation Mr. Bagby is this year's preacher. Prayer Led by Mr. Wagner. Hymn No. 363. "Come. Ye Thank:ul People, Come, Raise the Song of Har vest. Home." The Benediction Pronounced by Mr. McAfee. The Doxology "Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow." Organ Postlude Triumphal March. Suinton-Dolby. TRIAL OF C0RD0NA He Says That He Was Not a Midnight Assassin. 1 The trial of Tomas Cordona for the murder of Bias Gillen in the Buckeye country last summer was begun In dis trict court yesterday morning. The case was not concluded at the adjourn ment of court for the day. When the prosecution had finished late in the afternoon the defense moved for an in struction to the jury to acquit on the grounds that the venue had not been laid and that the identity of the de fendant had been established only by gestures of the assistant district at torney when he Indicated the defendant by a nod of the head or a sweep of the hand as the Tomas Cordona the wit ness happened to know. The court overruled the motion and the case pro ceeded. It was shown by the territory that Gillen was shot in a shack where he was living with the wife of Cordona, And it was attempted to be shown thar the shots which killed him were fired when he was asleep. The defense denies this and tries to prove that the shooting was done in self-defense: that Cordona visited the place with the Intention of inducing his wife to leave Gillen and that Gillen was preparing to assault him when the shot was fired. It was brought out that ths woman had been an inmate of the asy lum and that when she was ready to be discharged Cordona got a man liv ing in the Buckeye neighborhood to take her to his house until he could take care of her. After she had been there some time Gillen induced her to reside with him. When Cordona learned of that ar rangement he made several trips to that neighborhood. He first got his friend 'to see Gillen, because he said hi did not want any trouble with him. Gillen told the friend that he would not give the woman up: that he would permit his body- to be cut into pieces first. AH this was brought in to show that Cordona loved his wire and want ed to get possession of her without a Sent Free To IVIen Free Trial Package of this New Dis covery Mailed to Every Man Sending Name and Address Quickly Restores Strength and Vigor. Free trial packages of a most re markable remedy are being mailed to all who will write the State Medical Institute. They cured so many men A. E. 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The Insti tute is desirous of reaching that great class of men who are unable to leave home to be treated, and the free sam ples will enable them to see how easy it Is for them to be cured of saxual weak ness when the proper remedies are em ployed. The Institute makes no re strictions. Any man who writes will be sent a free sample, carefully sealed In a plain package so that its recipient need have no fear of embarrassment or publicity. Readers are requested to write without delay. t i f; MM? y violent conflict with the man who had stolen her. To prove also that he was not a bloody midnight assassin but a wronged husband. AdditV LoceJ -MSi"5"M A LATE SHIt Some highwaymen must have been working n graveyard shift yesterday n orning for near th? electric light works between 4 and 5 o'clock he held up J. A. Taylor, batted him over the eye and relieved him ci his sixsliooter and fifteen dollars. Mr. Taylor was found later in a dazed con dition by a couple of policemen and taken home. Being a printer he didn't mind the sandbagging or the loss c-f the money but it made him sore to give up the gun which he carries to protect himself with in close quarters when he goes rabbit hunting. BACK FOR THE WINTER. Mrs. John Noble arrived here Monday morning from her home in Winslow and w ill take a cottage for the winter, being joined later by her husband who Is coming overland with a band of sheep to be wintered in this valley. - o EARTHQUAKE AT WINSLOW. Two distinct shocks of earthquake were felt in this section on Monday shortly before 1 p. m. H. II. Scorse of Holbruok, who Is considered an auth ority on earthquakes, says that th earthquake travelled from west to east, the second shock following a few seconds after the first. The shocks were heavy enough ,to cause the dishes to rattle on the shelves. In southern Utah the earthquakes seemed to be the worst. Reports from there state that chimneys were damaged, and crockery thrown from the shelves. Winslow Mail. New Servant (after lady has shown her the work to be done) I see you want a sort of a general girl. Lady Why so? Servant Well, anyway, one that ain't too particular. Brooklyn Life. o . Amusements. It is a well-known fact that every hearty laugh In which a man or woman indulges tends to prolong life, as well as to make the blood move more rapid- MEN'S DISEASES I cure all private diseases of men promptly ami permanently, and by painless methods that carinot bring other than perfect results. DR. 0. C. J0SLLN, The loading f p c:liit. Write Me About Your Case. I promise my patients a complete cure in every instance, and in cases where I cannot safely make this promise. I ositively refuse to treat. 10 years of successful pra" tice as a specialist In men's all Pients justifies my claim of "The Leading Specialist." WEAKNESS Functional weakness In men Is not a nervou". disorder, hut is o. result of troubles purely local. Its successful treatment calls for ut most skill and the most delicato prescribing. I employ no electrical or mechanical contrivances, nor do 1 excite activity by the use of stimulants or tonics. 1 treat by a .local process such as no other ' physician employes, and one that never fails to restore the full de gree of, strength and vigor. Ccntracted Disorders Through my long experience treating the different contracted diseases of men I have deised methods that not only cure sound ly und permanently, hut cure in less time by half than the best f otVer treatments require. Do not risk your health and manhood by reiving on patent nostrums or un certain methods. You are abso lutely secure when you entrust your case with me. I also treat varicocele, stricture, specific blcHiJ ioison (syphilis!, piles and other ailments of men and so rarel" do I fail to effect a speedy, thorough and lasting cure, tnat mv methods may le consider ed perfect. I succeed in perman ently curinir more cases than any otner physician In the west can even partially relieve. Consultation and Advice Free You are at liberty to call upon me in personal consultation or ta write retarding vour case. My knowledge of men's private dis eases is such that I can treat suc cessfully at a distance, but of course a personal examination Is wiser w here possible. I will eladly render such assist ance and advice as your case mav require free of charjre. My cd oted chart of the malj anatomy will be mailed free, sealed, and under plain wrapper, upon ic quest. , DR. O. C. JOSLEN, Cor. Third and Main Streets. Los Angeles, Lai, sj ZESZ Ill STANDARD IRON WORKS General Agents for Steam Engines. Boilers. Pumps, Gas and Gasoline Engines. Long distance Phone 571. Phoenix, Ariz. tj tj J Fifty Years the Standard warn mm Atssrdad Hlghast Hcncrs World's Fair Highest tests U.S. Gov't Chemists PRICK BAKING POWOCR CO. CHICAGO ly, and thus give a new stimulus to ail the organs of the body. The saying. "Laugh and grow fat," is not a particu larly elegant one, but It expresses a truth In a concise manner. No truer words have ever been uttered than "Laugh, and tne world laughs with you: weep, and you weep alone." The amusing comedy, "A Wise Member." has scored more laughs than can b counted, for it embodies in its plot and situations the essence of mirth. It will be produced at the Dorrl3 theatre on Thursday, November 27. with an ex cellent company. Don't fall to see It. Now in its second year of continued success. Harry Beresford and his excellent company cf comedians will appear at the Dorris theatre Friday, November 28. One of the most prominent of west ern critics In writing of Harry Beres ford and Manager Coleman's produc tion of "The Wrong Mr. Wright." has this to say: "It is like a draught from a crystal spring; it recalls to memory such names as Roland Reed, Billy Flor- . ence and John T. Raymond and brings to mind the good old times when come dy was not knock-down and drag-out acts." Such high praise has been be stowed upon this young star nearly everywhere, and shows the days of pure refined performances ara not past and that this young man has been booked again to appear in nearly every city in which he was seen last year evidences the fact that his success must hav? been instantaneous. Reserved seats nt Goodman's. Regular prices. o FROM FOUR STATES. Testimony to the Efficacy of the New Scientific Dandruff Treatment. James C. Rowe, Livingston, Mont.: "Herpicide cured my dandruff and stopped my falling hair." Orange McCombs, St. Anthony. Ida ho: "Herpicide cleaned my scalp of dandruff and made my hair soft as silk and glossy. W. H. Otis, barber. Champaign. 111.: ;I used Herpicide on one cus tomer for dandruff and on another for falling hair with excellent results." F. W. Woody (assistant postmaster). Champaign, 111.: "Herpicids completely stopped my falling hair." J. J. Bentley. Sheridan. Wvn "Hop. picide excellent for cleaning the scalp." Good advice is abundant, but the point is to make it impressive. ELECTRA M. & M. CO. WICKENBIRG'S COMING MINE In order to buy a gasoline hoist and increase our force for more rapid 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 Wickenburg 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. NICKERSO.N & WILSON, 15 M. Center St. Phoenix, Ariz. Buford & Thompson ...EXPERIENCED AUCTIONEERS... Satisfaction Guaranteed, OFFICE 15 S. FIRST AVE. PHOENIX FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS Machinery, Supplies Castings, Repairs, Etc., Etc 25 to 33 North Second St. Jill