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Ike Retvgoire 4 Iradiag 'f ... PM0TOGRAPHFRS ... X fiizoa. ! 29 Sauth Second Street, Phot nit. 'X. AIULZONA BEPUBLICAN ...FnOiOGRM'ilS.. . I ltt i p,,,n.. fk R.t A. AMI & llttmf?. TIIIIITEEZSJTII YEAE. PHOENIX. ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, F IllIIirARY S 190.: VOfj. XIII. NO, 2;T CONFIDENCE REMAINS UN He Believes Tnat the Omnibus Stale' hood Bill Will Pass The Opponents Evidently Fearful of His Strength, For in Hope of a Compromise They Are Holding the Agricul tural Appropriation Bill Back to Prevent It From Being Trammeled by a Rider Quay Will Listen to No Compromise The Opposition Still Talking About the Dangers of Polygamy. Wa.-hir.gt3r.. February 7. (Special) Nothirg wa developed today in the statehood contest. Mr. Quay is undi; turbe.l by persistent rumors of a c ompromise. The agricultural bill is held back in the hope that some settlem?r.t of the question will be made soon. Thi r.tw bill will be reported with thj om nibus bill as a rider, and Mr. Quay believes that it will pass. lv-an of New Jersey continued his essay t,d:;y gair.it admirsion. C. C. RANDOLPH. A NEW STATEHOOD HI LI Will He Presented Hume Time Week. This Washir.ntr.n. February 7. Leading i r publican members of the senate who r .pjH, ?f the omnibus st.itchood bill were ia conf' n-Riv for ejuite a time today !: :;n effort t) devise a plan for bring : iifiT lh- present debate to a close by sut;- sting a compromise measui c which can be pasted. They ilid n it t -i. their p!un pro vMir.g f..r the Omission of Oklahoma and Indian ter ritory as one slate and Arizona ar.J New Mexico as another, but they talk ed especially of the time and method of bii.iging the subject before the sen r. T f. It was decided that the new bill Fh.'uM be submitted frst to the com mitlee on territoi ies and be sprang next week but they did not set any ear.ite day. One difficulty is the doubt of recur i:;g the adherence of ail th republican senators. There i? a deFire tj have the republicans united and rtid some doubt as to whether all can to fciw.-.M over. The object i n to the r.mnihus bill being to the admission of New Mexico and Arizona, even as one f fate. Ser-ator Quay also finds difficulty in accepting' the proposition which is not tntirely acceptable to his democratic followers In the flKht. The demicrats generally declare that they will not agree to the consolidation and some of thm say that rather than submit they v.Ul let the bill fail ultogethe-r. THi: MORMON' IPUK Produces Another Colloquy Among the Senators. Washington. February 7. The state hood biil again today claimed the greater share of the senate's atten- ! tion. Mr. Kean continued but did not conclude his speech or. the subject and toward the close of the day there was i : general debate on the allegation of i the opposition to the bill that it does not contain a -sufficient safeguard against polygamy. In the course of hi, remarks Mr. Kean read from a book ! cf travel by a German author, to show J that polygamy now exists in the Mor- I roon church in the republic cf Mexico, 'Zi .VfV:.',38 tpt"nmente'1 "n-fcJ- . ' ' ' ' e, . 'jwnrr uno ut'iJCtt a-s goir.g to show that the contention that polygamy had been abolished is not well founded. Mr. Ppooner asked Mr. nawlin whether the revelation for the alwli tion of polygamy covered Mexico. Mr. Ilawlins referred him to documents, saying that he did not care to put any construction upon them, but Mr. Hoar remarked that "possibly the revelat or had not been able to speak Spanish." Mr. Rawlins added later that as he Visit the OSTRICH FARM And Feather Salesroom, Located in Capitol Addi H tion at cud of Washington II St. Car Line. Only 10 Minutes Ride or Drive from Center of City. the beautiful dis play of Plumes, Boas, Tans, and Novelties in the Salesroom a t 1 Producer's Prices. OF QUAY SHAKEN recalled President Snow's proclama tion forbidding polygamy it covered the Mormon church throughout the world. Mr. Depew read the proclamation to show that polygamy had only been "suspended," red prohioted. lie thought another revelation from the Mormon church should be forthcoming. "If the senator wants an authorita tive statement in the senate h- may have all doubt? removed t the next session wh:n the new senator from Ctah ta.kes his .; at." remarked "dr. l.'acor.. "That." replied Mr. Depew, "U the c.r.iy argument that I have heard for the admission of a Mormon to the fen-at;." Mr. Teller exprc-sel an npir.Ion that . a'l t j. Later they quarreled, bad n.-.f.Ulhstandir.g Use declaration ;f the r.ams followed and .-'pen-e pro. o. .led bock quoted, polygamy does not exit j to rid himself of hid gueu suiioiiarily. amcrg Mormons in Mexico. lie did j ' ,u first shot did i:,i damage, but the . t bel'eve the people or th j rie.-t j ' Krink Sii. noons in back of the cf that country would tolerate that j head, following- aiound his sicull. rom-rr-rtif e. lie ridded that it was hi inS "Ut over hix eye. Mel-mghlin f onvic-tion that that question is rn- j mcar.lime ina.de hi.-i eacap,:, reach-d til-Ply foreign to the fiiijj -it ut Ftate- I t ''''" uboctt i.,idnii:ht and jjmvc th'-1-ood. lie went on to sav that the ; alarm. Undcr-Sii. riff i'latt i.J Depu o.ucFtion was a. mr-re bngab o whb. h had been brought in only for the pur- r.?o of delay. Mr. Ppeor.er t .oV- is.-ue with the last .statement and urged tn- imrnrt.-.n e cf the subject. "With me it is not tri- ding, or no mere question or delay and I when we are told here that the Mcr- j rr.on church controls elec tions in u ' stat n iw In the union I think we must admit that thr.t state was never pre- ! pated for admission." IP? meant to re- I fer to tii'.- matter in the future, he said. and he hoped thai he would r:ot be I charged with rilibi:"ttrir.g. Ke plying. Mr. Teller contended that the few Murmor.s in Arizona would not i be capable of controlling the elections there. So small a consideration should not. he c.;r.t:r.ded, stand in the way j o' the premise made in the treaty of ! Vinita, I. T.. Ft binary 7. In a battle Guadalupe Hidalgo. te admit as state3 j batween United States deputy ma. -the territory ac-:;uired from Mexico. I 'hals antl a band of liorse thi'-ves i. Mr. Spooncr said that so long as the j Hlue Jacket, I. T-. today, two o" tiie bill had been pending Mr. Teller was I band were instanly killed and another the first to break the silence on th? j surrendered to the officers, democratic side of the chamber. j Deputy Sheriff Rowland of Caddo Keplying Mr. Teller ?aid the reason j county. Oklahoma. L-arned that tin the democrats had net spnken was i band was stealing horres and mue-s found in the fact that they did n .t 1 ,n Indian reservations and selP.iur want to assit in ihe delay which he j them in Oklahoma, and selling in In beliaved fiad been precmcerted, pre- i dian territory those stolen in Oklahoma, at ranged ami followed by what he be- ! Rowland got a c lue that th - b ind ma Jleved the minority in the senate. The senate then went into executive Eossion and at 4:T,0 p. rp. adjourned. THF KXTP.A SESSION'. Announcement Direct Pre sident. from the ir.ir.' , , . " l,, ,' 1 tbraar' Tt ? Tl.Ji ""' anti" f,lf' , h bl? U' l the aJin.n.Htrat.on is Jlf.ifl. he ion of Con- ,5,...., .i.iiui.l iLuw.ttii on ine nun of Marc.'h .viu'tall the Fifty-eighth d an extra session of ongress. The president himself has told mem bers of congress of his desires and his dtteimination in this regard. It is un derstood that announcement was di rect and unqualified. WrOMIN'O LiOES N'OTIIIN'O. Denver, Coio., February 7. A sp-'c-ial to the Republican frcm Cheyenne, Wyo., says that the house today in definitely postponed a resolution mem orializing congress to pass the omni bus statehood bill. VAN DA LI A COLLISION'. Two Men Killed and Others Probably ounded. tn.MClt. T r..llr. T .1 T", - t - . ,..,11.-,, jim., reuruary t. in n hfad-on collision between a pa.ssenger and an extra fieight train on the Van dalia. two miles west of Terr;. Haute, tonight two men were killed, two more .probably fatally injured and a dozer? passengers more or less injured. Tii- killed were Engineer Killen of Effing ham, III.. Fireman Al Closs of Kfling nam, both of the passenger train. NEW COAL SCHEDULE. An Agreement Between Miners Operators Reached. and j Indianapolis. Ind., February 7. The I miners and operators of the competl ! tive district, agreed upon a scale ol wages for ihe ensuing year this after I noon. The price for mining is increased ten cents per ton on one and enc- quarter Inch screened lump coal, pick 'i iing in western Pennsylvania thbi 1 vein. Hocking Valley, the hosing dls j.trict of Ohio, and both block and bl- tuminous districts of Indiana, six reiit. j r. ton on mine run coal, pU-k minim; :n m the bituminous district of Indiana and at Danville, the basing point of Illinots. The pi ice of machine mining is to T? increased eight cents per ton on screened lump In western Pennsylvanii thin vein and the Hocking, ten cents a ton on screened lump coal In the block ami bituminous districts of Indiana, and six cents per ton on mine run coil in the bituminous district of Indiana and at Danville, the basing -point of Illinois. The operator conceded that th- agreement Is a victory for the miners. It giants an average increase of wagts of 12' i per cent. The miners are jubi lant over the victory. Tile scale shows many material concession- from the original demands f the miners. o ONLY SToNF TilliOWINC. Wateibnry. c'onn., Fehruaiy 7. Willi the excel.! , of some rases of slolio throwing in the outskirts of the city. no disturbance was reported up in II O'c loc k tonight in connection with t h street railway strike situation. o A SHERIFF DIE.,. Eugene. Or.. February ".Sheriff W. E. Withers died shortly before noon today. KUic.lt Lyons, the horse thedf who shot Withers is rtiil at large. Lyons' wife wa brought here ;ind ar raigned and committed to Jail. HAD A QUARREL WITH THE HOST The Stirring Adventure of Two Pres cott Printers. I'icsc-iit. February 7. (Special). Two pi inters, James Simmons and Frank McLaughlin lft for Phoenix about 7 o'clock 1.-st night. They stall ed on fort, thinking to rat. h the routh bouiid asseng- r train at Summit. Ab ,ut live niil.'S out they became thirsty and stopped rt Frank Sp.'iue's cabin f.a- water. While at the well Si em ; invited th m in to warm up and inc. i le.Ualiy to ,'jof up" and th.y ty Campbell went out and brought i:i Spt-nce and Sin n-'ins. The latter in not badly hurt and urd.-sp romplicu- ticjnc arije will I out In a fc.v dayf. - I 'r was bound over to Ut- grand o -)"'' HORSE THEIVES . ALL BROKEN UP i Band Destroyed by Deputy rj. S. Mai- shals Yesterday. Its headquarteis at I'.Iue Jacket, am! with a posse he reached a house occu pied by the band at daylight. Wh -n tne deputies knocked at the door they were met by Uoc Wattenberger heav ily armed. A fierce light followed, and when the smoke cleared away Watten berger and Jim Stevens were deal Ren Ptevenn surrendered and wa brought t j jail here. o THE LUNCH QFESTIOX. How a Rig Chicago Firm Solved it. So many employes "bolt the lunch" and eat what they should not. that they soon show the effect in nervousness and dyspepsia. This has attracted the at tention of managers of the big stores and shops. In one Chicago firm an ex periment on some of the girls resulted in a complete solution of the question. The womrn that madr the experi ment tells the tal as follows: "About a year ago I became alarmed at th state of my daughter's health. She was employed by a big firm here and for some reason steadily lost flesh, gr.-w very nervous, had no appetite and could not sleep. "Ollestinnincr her T fonn.T unu I l,,,t I little lunch for at that busy hour nhe was seldom served promptly and the time being nhort she just bolted' th fool and rushed back. She ate very light breakfasts and I could see she suf fered from lark of nourishment. I felt i (.-sponsible for this and finally got her some Crape-Nuts Tor breakfast. "I also got a neat leather case hold ing two pint flanks. One I filled with milk, the other with cold Post urn Cof fee which had be en properly made. She also carried a package of Crape-Nuts. The Post una she drank b ed with a dash of lemon. She followed the Orr.pe-N'uts with some? fruit and IhH made up her lunc h. "Fn spite of the wv.rm weather she improved greatly in two wc-ks" time. She gained in llesh, her nerves were steady and she slept sweetly at ni(-ht. She never felt the eld weakness from hunger. "In a short time a few other girls in 1 the office tried it and the effect was so CATTLE AND SHEEP, marked upon all that still cithers were' Tdc ago. February 7 f'attl i'.e persuaded. Finr.ily a room was c leared ' e ipts. 100 le ad; iiot.dii.-il: goo 1 to cut and the one hundred and odd girls' I rin e steers, i .".oi "..;'.. p t.r t n !i wcre served daily with Crape-Nuts and I u:'1' J7.('0'k ft kr ar: I f. -.ler. hot Postum. It was a revolution but !-"'" 4-"0: ws. $1.4"-, ;i 4'i. b. if. r. the minager saw th" mod result and adopted the plan, grer.tlv to the be-nefii :t the health of the employes and at a saving in expense." Name given by Prelum Co., Rattle Cre-k, Mie h. UNDERSTANDING ON THE SIDE Between Germany and Italy s Discovered Yeslerday The British Government Had Not Heard of It Thouzh Minltri Bowen Had Betn Made Aware of. r In Existence. Washington. Feliru.iry 7. Tie- dT-- c losure f a scent alli.in'. Iu Germany and It ily i 'ii.l i' u t-I tr ' most important de l..meit lr to ' Ve.iezm Ian Kit ii.tt i- :i ton! -.Id. TI.i fc t j 1 has Im ell ln:ide known t. th I'.titi-ti arnbass i.lor. and It will put all n--a tor more os ly on cvi.ir l in 'r.ifi:i. protocols u M. h tlnv ho; l choio i to Minister Dow -n duting fh n x t i-:v days. The term. i n-1 tali.i n idliire e i r.! 1 news to Mr. i:..n. lb- f..t I. .i ,r. , j h ak. d out In ara. . is I- f..r- I.- ! r i ' th-T". GencTally f the .liiim is intended to seiui" to I lily i h" i..o treatmi-nt in the ulli- s' s-l t b-i?. r,t -a i' V'-n"?.!' -la as thit r c. l,-,l t.y ;. in .r and Great Hrituln. AN KI'TKi'TIVK L L' h ' K I l " i.ara i... F'-bt u-iry 7. - A i. conqMiscd of t i 'i' rm.m i. t v. Yi men. c;;c Frig!.. Iin.e i. ,, I .i.l.i nd two Spard.irds. r t r - itii t.. f Tf Itfli residenlr of Carn .i . ;rfi ! W. W. I til f II. f.'cr-lny ci" ! v - A r . i ican Ptrati n th;t t 'Xt Tii ' l i;. I'e city of Carlo as b" v.;ieo.t - i. ;. as n r. -wit gi i.f f u is f ;i f . t!i. sifty of life :.i.. ,i .(.. iv. Th n" 'limit if. i iiif.-f - ' Mr. P. i- ' to use his g o. o'le "S with 1 1.,- . tr. 'l ar.lirg of!!" i t ,.f u, . I.i.. k i.;.r . a r ni i s a ri l t i : . in . t ' o. i i t . Iti 1 l.-.i d at La U.ldl TSt...' I tl. matter ii.i I a a u that Mi, l:i f . il t- i. II t 'a.-.iti.:t T m T il'illl i't i: 1 1 f M Tiie HiU-iid N'av.il Sin. Af :. !"r.,y. .t fju;; it.. A'li'.-i; l;. Kcbi ii.iry 7. NT . .!-!. t j n . n II. T;. I'f ir:oii. s n cf the . i i.,i . Of i f N'. . H.llli.l.ile. . li.i t- week- ago had hi; J.iu ! diir.f . fistic tr:coiii:t r with ;ni o ,.-r ill -man at the navil a ol n.y. t'Cbi. ! hia re? It nation iui-,y. f-'uperir t T'l : I Hrou r.-ou of t),,. t .. . val nc r.b ir.y sumn.ori.. Lef..u him u. .ay nil t ' rt'em : -t f ; i- t V':: I i and leiture.) i.. nj.f ri lh- li,..,in o' "ha;.';i:g" and "i i;n i, i r rr." ' n th-ir icfus.ii to ;igre. to ;f,i;. ; h- practi" he r -trie fd th-s.i f r ,jh ttit Iih"r!y nrei to.'.iy f ,- if. f,rM 1:r. . In f.irs tie- li.ird i 1..m ri-n v.i-refu.-ed a!! liberty r.t.d . .rr. died to.,.! lie:o rlinfly to .nti.M i .-.:.: rco:ii3 and -fnlt!i p.. COMMERCIAL FINANCIAL;; Wheat BiCDme Mora Active, Copper a Lit', le Duller. C3 1 Ni w V -rk. February 7. The :ieiii .it ed strcrsth of Wabash s i.nti- i.i II titock market t d.i im.t s ; I for u pleMiiling inllii' i e irh ;i very p .or showing iuade b the l..i:.k. STL" '!-. Atchirion. S7-,: pfd. -r.; C. ft o, -; log Fo ir. '.i7. c. t S d" pf.l, 70'a: do so mill pfd. 4'.. F.r'-. 41: Crtat Northern pfd, Z), Manhattan. M tiopolita n. i :7; M. P . ItJ'.. N. J. V...W?,: N. Y. C.. !: P-nnl-var.ia. St. 1. is S. '.. M1... ! pfd. il'i; do secmd pfd. 7JV. S;. Paul. ITS'.-; S. P.. C.'. I'. P.. 1".'. Aimi!s.-4-mate 1 ciii.cr. C.r; An.u mid.i, P''j. Sugar. K:T; V. i. Steel. If!. Vs?;; W. I"., y.8; Sant-i IV Coj.,. r. ROM'S. T". S.. lef. s. i-eg. and CP, u. ii:.d 4c.. up in, pi7'4 W: old 4s.. i . g. an. reg. and coupon. Vt.'. . up i l: v 'U on, n P ". 4. : r g IP). METALS .-briiiry I7ew York. F flat w it h pric es iral. Stitniaid -i . . r v . I not ' pa i ' ia II y nom - n;.: i.ik . r.i: '7',-f $12.S7i; c ! trolytic 'r t IJ .-' casting. JL'.r.'-i JUT..'.. Si.elt. r quiet and firm; Sp t. I Some d.mand fir lod on l.:.:i i'.c spot. Par f-ilvet, 47:Sf. Mexican doIPuo-. HT'-.r. C.RAIN AND PROVISIONS. Clilcng'i. February 7. A bulii'h fn- timent prevailed In both the icrain nnd ""."i i'i e nc-'i iii noiii inc icrain nii'i prf.vision pit: today and or, f : vra t.l- JXZ. ,dS:. Mi; tn ,:.: up ,-'ifr-.,c and e.:ti le l.ii;h. r. Pr. - visions closed firm, with M.iv up ' "';. to l.'.c; May wheat opeue .' t .U to 7',:.e. said up t i S 'V- ar.d i I i. .1 at SO'i.i S".,4c: May o rn lose. I j(t 4."." after. selling b iv.een ", nn l 4.' May cats e losod at ". ranting l I twee n S7c and 3c. J ! cf.; ! t-.,'','" it .int.ei :. Il.tn.r $'.."'i -ai.s. S : $T.7..: 1- eli--. T'-x " f"d st'crs. S"."ei S ! LT. Sheeji Rei eipis, 2.m h :id: and lambs Heady; g "d to t ', f II ' ll". f ; r I t h ' ' I. I: II " ee , h ; 4 1 I '. .' . r ' . I " ! i . '-. ! tr-' . 14 TV?!-; v. v. w i i . t : it. 4 - - I .- J i i ! .i : ' !0 T-, x i;..i . ) . -, : i a n r I : e k t i t ' t I t .; .' r.. i t . , ' '4t v " k .' ";' . . . r i t . l .1 k. - 11 i.. Tf . .i r I'M I- ! J If. ! ft V) ' I, i ' t . - I r K . (" ATI I T"!! t- t y I'.i i " 1 '.it .tt: M- ; 111' T. Wj.. 1 for Ari I f.tir I 'i j l-. ftl.cl O I Q p I P JJITinU U H 11 1 1 1 C II A I I U il HEADED THIS WAY Some TariJeati tf Hr Brnf 3Uy at ! El Pio i " : An: i f i i c t k t :. 1 1 i . .i i t i ii . i i t iv t ., I F.I L : . i il ; t I.. BRYAN'S APPETITE AFFECTED BY GPCYEB He R;:'ui to Attz.l Blr.'p.,. ca Jickicn Dxj. i.. r..o :ci- i . t . I -I I 1 I ' 1 I ' 1 1 ! lt". .-. L - it. If .1 " . f ' . t , I. 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"id - f !. ,t--l 7' -jn.lttee Tflni". t.. .' . - ,n ! I t I i ln.pl I ti" ito n I f i' i t . - a . 144 I II I ft 1 1 ft I Q Q CI63"U li CTST DlbyUtib h3u!ej mrr w: CYCLE CO., 22 West OnOJI Ad'ns St. pt3flw Z3Z4 V A- ' "NT ;r (F..rrrTlv trm'wr - ' t" -:-T .f ' "I" ;t-. - I'.,. ..- .. ! !'-. I - . ( v I I : . r; i!'v r r. -.'- f J'it tl if., i. .ri.rt..'i )- al. 1 a. ' o'ai t. T . NOT A DISSENTING VOTE AGAINST TRUST BILL II Was Not Just What the Democratic Members Wanted They ar.d a Few Republicans Cevlred to Perform a Dertal Operation to th: End Tint It Mi?ht M.in?!e More Ser rdy but They Accepted t!;e Defeat of Their Amend ments and th Opp-y-iticn Ended The More Impor t.ir.t Provision cf th? Measure Which Pa-f d Ycs-tfrdiv. I t WIttTI. 1T.tR. c. n. wood. THE PHOENIX THE PRESCOTT -. 1 f - - r J - J. S. ACKER &c CO. . i . i - ; J (1 ! flit ' . - J tl l- I f FOR SALE Owigiii B, Heard, NATIONAL BANK : NATIONAL BANK - i c . I.