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FOR SALE. 1 1-4 acres on Indian
t.rol c:ir line, near city limits, $450. KEPUBLIOAN FOR SALE: 40 acres alfalfa land, frame house, corrals and fenced, six miles out, with ten Inches stock In Mar icopa or Salt River Valley canal, $2r,0o. E. E. Pascoe. 110 North Center Street 'i m 1 1 d c:n i r-yi v oe. 110 North Center St. u S3 FOURTEENTH YEAH. 12 PAGES PHOENIX. ARIZONA, SUNDAY MOKNING, NOVEMBER H, 1903 12 PAGES VOIi. XIV. NO. 374 THE ISTHMIAN JOY When News Came of Recog nition by United States GRATITUDE Of PANAMA To Be Shown in Assuming Colombia's Canal Obligations A Representa tive of the Young Republic Accred ited to This Country. N'v. :. The Fcit-v! States : l-sion reached here todav. rii". al was made the cccasion of . ... i i, j, K un-i tnuiuMaMii .3 ., !.:.-! puli. V. .: the executive officer of tha : .; 11 Inni-l lie was received by , r- .!. !.i .Tit 1 by banls and carrying v;.ir ar.d stripes and ihe Hag of !-.- republic of ranaiM. n t r est reliable authority the . or:. r-r.i of the Associated Press . autr n;rJ to state that the repub :. .. r.mania will assume the e'olom l enrrnm-r!!'? coral obligations .it i tr.it arrang-iner.ts with that end ,n !-w :-ri- alr-.idv Ix-I P-il made. THE YOUNG GOVERNMENT. Announcement cf the Appointment cl Provisional Officers. "ilin. Nov. 7. The municipal coun . i! nf P' r.or.or.-.e. Empcradcr, San 'ail: and Atraiinn have announced th-:r ndhvrenee to the new republic of Panama. Grcr.il V mrlln Guiterrez. v. ho arrived t ..: -n Thursday to re . 1 .. -.... m. r ii.h! I la. mailed fr ".irr.-iK t todav on th? steamer Orin- j u hi t .' 1: the ';!' :iibian troojjs n : .Vv.:r.g provisional appoini l..ivc h. n ra;ide: Gover nor and y chit-f. P'irfiro Melc-ndei; r.f h- v rnnier.t, "ristubal ; a '..-a Id .'. Pfn:gii' Anuuiun: v l.t.l : t..r; If 1 1 1 jr. r, Ar.t r.i'j Ocar.o; co.i.mar.dar.t ,.f . : M ir.u 1 Par.des PANAMA'S AGNT. He. L.kc the L'nited States. Is Inter cited in an icthmiin Canal. p.ir.aira. Nov. 7. Phiilipe r.uneau Wr;Mi has be-:. -appointed diplomatic ,-.i.t f th.L- rr.ul.l:c f Panama at " . . t-. II? i? t-ne cf the financial mm if tli Panama Canal company. : '.1 i.e. a in N-.-vv York. His rir.-t of r . i-il mt was to rtnclally notify the it-.j-i t'.at th- I n!: : States hs.d r:-c- i-iuz-d th" '! fai to roverr.mer.t of !',,;,;na. The news -au?ed great r- : ir..r h r j.r---j:i rations lK-iiss made : i?! nr.'t.- the I'.cn. HE WILL EE RECEIVED. V.'k: h'.:ijrt''n. l. C N jv. 7. -Th state .". r tiiii-r.t having recurved unjlticial 1 1: itiial.l- r."tifiction of th- apjoinl ;:;. t v.f fVj'-u Vari'.'.a a? diplomatic ;.;.-rt ft Wa-.ingi-in f r the new rp 1 ,1 1 1 if- rf Parania. h n d ej.lM to rec r'!7 1 itn In '.Vat :.pa'.!tv. .'.t. Wrilla arrivl in Washington 'a-" tfni-ht. W'ilhJUt registering -he t I.: hoi-d m a arriag saying h- vouid return in :'n l: ur. He 1- i.tisat'd that he wo ild sre the prert- '. t r n.itf i- part ir.v.nt riilu ials o-ir-or r ' v. . WHO HC IS. 7 M. Philippe I'linau h appointed diplo- f tic rc ubiic r.f Pana- ' n. 1 fir' 1 her "f the . i t r f th.- Matin io.r,pany of ;u : rnv ff the engineers who! .n a-t!v p-irt in the work done Pa; t ' t v. rd" th f.rr cf the Pana- CUROPEAN ATTITUDE. Th". New Republic Does Not Immedi ately Concern Great Britain anr Germany. T-on'! 0.1. ?7ov. 7. No rteps have been t ;' by tfie I.';i'i.-h g--:V-rniP.T.t or are !.k ly t be t.iV-n in tiie immediate fi.t i;- toward til" formal recognition if th'- Ti-'.-nv ii l-'fie o? Panama. ?nd 1 1 r j i- t har. b'-en r- eived thus far : Vir.g to t'r.t .-nd. President Koose-m;-'; ;;.!:'n ar.d fi ci etary Hay' t.:-o"-:-,: ;... nut 'jn:trued by the fr i7ii .t!ii c as !-ing a formal recog : i:t :i ' f Panama's inder'-ndence 'It.;.! i:ri?.;in will instruct hr cento.-;. -r an 1 !iii:on;ati- authorities on the l-thr-.uM to 1 rnmunii ate In ase of ne- "'ity with siuh govt-rnmer.t as may i.i.-t at Panama, but they will not ':! rii" that a foimaj, recognition of la-, in.a's In dependence. t'p to t .niht C' lombia had made no 1 I.-t. t rer. GERMANY NEUTRAL. Ivrlin. Nov. 7. Germany has not :t taken into onsiJ-ration the .ques-I :.nn '.f r "gniziag the republic of I't u:ni and will awpit the United :-rit'-V form;. I 1 ft -r gn!ti"il. ('. rr. any admit that among the ;;; -it powers f'.i" United States i the ill:. i-;t immediately eniieorned iifl wilt strap' her course with speeial 1 , ,'. ri n ti t hat fa( t. , fn,.i'iv will preserve a stiiet but In ri-1 ly neutrality. . MISSOURI BOODLER. Tv.o-Thirdt of the Jury Believed W G"ilty. J. If - rxoi. t'itv. Mo.. Nov. 7. The jury I'f.r-- '.i.:(h Stale Ser;'tor Kr..nk 11. r.rtis was tried on a charge of bribery in 1 i.ii?:-et'-i with the alum legisla tion. re'rtd a 0 i-igrcem-n this i nor :ii rig. Ti' Mile stiMi.i eight for lonviction .ind fojr for Hcqu'ttul. Karris was im-et'y ii.ir;-ed itb r.-ceiving $7.i"-) I'M nl-u! iff, it among fcvcn r.enilers f th committee on criminal juris-prudi-M . f-r supi-ort ing the alum i lii. MONROE STOPPED MAHER. The Irishman Suspected cf Having Quit. Philadelphia. Nov. 7. Jack Monroe, the P.utte. Mont., miner, stopped Peter Maher tonight in the fourth round of w hat was scheduled to be a six-round boat, at the National Athletic club Many of the spectators were of the opinion that Mahcr quit. The bout was a fierce and bloody one. and Maher was leading until the fourth round. Doth men scored knocked downs :n the first round, bet they were upand fighting before the referee had counted three. Shortly before the end of the round, when Maher sent Munroe down from a right. Munroe jumped to his feet and clinched. Maher tried to shake him off. but the miner held on until tho bel! ran Pota n.en loft their heads and kc;-t 011 fighting after the bell. Poth were aggressive and when the light ended they war-; covered with blood. A CUBAN PROPOSITION. Havana. Cuba. Nov. 7. The Havana 1 government tocuiy handed I nitc-.i States Minister Pt-uiers a proposition, which if accepted, will result in th immediate turning over to the govern ment of Guar.tanarr.o to the United States. o RECLAMATION OFFICIALS MrfDavis Reiarn From the North Engineers From the Dam Site. Mr. Arthur P. Davis has returned from his trip to Yavapai county, taken on the invitation or President E. P. Kipley of the Santa Fe, and with Mr. Kipley and party. He says they w.nt over the line of the Prescott and Ext ern, the Poland branch, and tho ex tension toward Crown King as far as they could till darkness fell u;wn the land, whsn they returned to Prescott, where Mr. Davis left the party. Mr. Davis - spent the nest day in Pr-.5cott, where he busied himself working on his annual report of the reclamation service, which must be submitted by Dec. 1. L'.cally there is very little of e news r.ature respecting the Tonto enterprise, except the matter of telephone con sruction. mentioned in another col vmn. Construction Engineer L. C. Hill and Electrical Engineer II. A. Storrs arc expected to arrive from the site some time today for' conference with Mr. Davis. E. Duryea. the cement ex pert, is in the city, having tecently ar rived from the dam site, where prelim inaries for the construction cf the ce ment plant are goir.g forward as rabid ly as possible. A POSTOFFICE CHANGE. Eraufji-.t About by Investigation of tho Scandsl. Washington, D. C. Nov. 7. H. M. itacon, at present chief clerk to the third assistant iostm.ster general, has been appointed temporarily as chief of the classification division of the po .c t othce department, succeedii.g Wm. 11. I.ar.ilvoight. whose resignation was re cti, tly asked by the postmaster gen eral. Arthur Travis, a clerk in the. depart ment., has been named to succeed Mr. Paeon. TURNER MUST GO- The Deportsticn of toe Anarchist Ord;rcd. English New Yoik. Nov. 7. John Turner, the English anarchist, must subnet to de I"ji tation. aciording to a de isi"n by Judge Lacombe in the lnit?d Stat-.-? lircuit court today. Pending an ippial to th? supreme court at Washington, which, it is understood will ba taken. Turner must remain in custody on E'. lis island until the case Is finally set tled. NEEDED AT SAN DOMINGO. Washington. D, C. Nov. 7. Th rr.vy department has issue! orders to the gunboat Newport, at Savannah to coal and proceed nt full speed to San Domingo. The action follows the ad vices of the serious conditions of a' fairs there. HAPPY DAYS When Friends Say "How Well You Look." What happy days are these when all our friends ss-y "Hew well you look." We can bring these days by a little care in the selection of food Just as this young man did. "I had suffered from (yspepsia for thr?e years and last summer was so bad I was unable to attend school," he says: "I was very thin and my appe tite at times was pocr while again it was craving. I was dizzy and my food always used to ferment instead of di feestirig. "rossness, unhappiness and nervousness were very prcminent symptoms. "Late in the summer 1 went to visit a lister and thcre I saw and used Crape-Nuts. I had heard cf this fa mous food be fTe but never was in t( rested enough to try it. for I never knew- hew- really good it was. But when I came heme we used Grap? Nuis in our household all the time and 1 socn began to note changes in my health. I improved steadily ind pm now strong and well and am back at Fcli-xd able to get my lessons with tap, and pleasure and can remember them too, fcr the improvement in my mortal rower is very noticeable and I get. gee J marks in my studies which always seemed difficult before. "I have no more of the bad symp toms given above but . feel .fine and strong and happy and it is mighty pleasant to hear my friends say: "How well you look.'" Name given by Pos tum Co., Battle Creek. Mich. Look in each package for a ccpy of the famous Lttle book, "The Road to Well v Hie'." THE INDIANS WON! Bisbee Was Heavier But i Lacked Skill The Contest Decided By Point- College Games on Fields. N a Single Scores of Itisbee, Nov. 7. tSpecial.) The Pho r.ix Indians defeated the Bisbee foot ball team this afternoon in a hotly contested game. The score was 6 to 5 in favor of the Indians. A crowd of 1.000 witnessed the game. Besides thw special trains, every carriage, buggy. furrey, drag and vehicle in the iSi was out bedecked with the Uisbee ors. azurite blue and cepper. Th? teams cn entering the grounds showed great disparity. The Pisbee men were giants' in comparison with the Indians. The Indians made the first touchdown inside of five minutis cn account of the stupid play of the Bisbee right half. Brilliant plays abounded. The Indians were fleeter and wen through magnificent work. The Indians will return here on Thanksgiving for an other game. The finest athletic field in the territory is at Don Iuis. OTHER CONTESTS. Philadophic. Nov. ". Pennsylvania 10. Harvard 17. Ithaca, N. Y., Nov. 7. Cornell 0. Le high 0. Princeton, Nov. 7. Princeton 11. La fayette 0. Washington, Nov. 7. Carlisle Gcrrgetown C. Now- Haven. Nov. 7. Yale 30. Syra cuse 0. Annapolis, Nov. 7. Washington and Jefferson 16. Navy 0. New- Haven. Nov. 7. Yale (1907) 10. Princeton 1!07) 0. Lawrence. Kan.. Nov. 7. University of Kansas 17. L'nlversity of Oklaho ma 5. Lincoln. Neb., Nov. 7. Nebraska. 33. Knox 5. Ann ArbT. Mich.. Nov. 7. Michi gan 36. Ohio State 0. WillHmstown. Mass., Nov. 7. Wilt iarrs C. Colgate 0. Watervilie. Me.. Nov. 7. Colby 11. Bowdoin 0. - West Point, Nov. 7. West Point CS. Manhattan 0. Mi ldletown, Conn.. Nov. 7. Wesley an 66, Trinity 1L Amherst. N. H., New 7. Dartmo'.ith IS, Amherst 0. Providence, P.. I.. Nov. 7. Prows 24. Vermont 0. St. Louin, Nov. 7. Washington 0. Missouri University 0. Richmond. Ind., Nov. 7. Earlham 11. I'ri.vcrsity of Cincinnati 0. South I'.er.d, Ind.. Nov. 7. Notre Dam? 27, Misscuri Osteopaths 0 Minneapolis. Nov. 7. Minnesota 46, Lawrence University 0. Orcencastle, Ind., Nov. 7. Depauv. 0, Lake Forest 5. Oberlin. Nov. 7. Oberlin 63. V.'est- I crn Keserve 0. ! Delaware, Nov. 7. We;doyan 3S. I Kcnyon IS. i O-lnnell, la.. Nov. 7. Ames 23. Gris I r.cl! 6. Exeter. N. H.. Nov. 7. Exeter Acad emy H, Phillips Andover 11. foluinhus, Nov. 7. "ase School cf AppUtd Science 17, Ohio Medical Uni versity 0. cdar Itapids. Ia.. Nov. 7. Cce col lege liS. State normal university C. Oskaloosa. 1... Nov. 7. High school, Oskalocsa, 6. Grinnell 3. Ma lison. Wis.. N v. 7. University cf Wisconsin 53, Oshk'-sh normal 0. Lexington, Ky.. Nov. 7. Kentucky State college 11. Marietta 12. Indianapolis. Ind.. Nov. 7. Univer sity of Indianapolis 0, Wabash col lege 47. Franklin. Ind.. Nov. 7. Franltlln 2. Hose Polytechnic 0. Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 7. Univer sity of the South (Swanee) 6, Nash ville 0 Atlanta, Nov. 7. Georgia school of technology J7, Florida State college 0. Charlottcsviile. Va., Nov. 7. Univer sity of Virginia 0. St. Johns 6. Stanford University, Cal.. Nov. 7. Starford University 10. Multnomah Athletic club (Portland. Ore.) 0. SENATOR CLARK WINS In the Great Timber Suit Brought Against Him Br the Government. Butte, Mont., Nov. 7. The great tim ber suit brought by the United States against Senator W. A. Clark, involv ing timber land In the Bitter creek valley in western Montana to the value of J2.000.0CO. was settled today by Judge Knov.les of the United Sates district court in favor-of the defendant, W. A. Clark. Judge Knowles finds that the de fendant was guiltless of irregular pur chase of the lands. In his decision Judgs Knowles criticizes the testimony of Witness Grisvnld for the govern ment, wh';se reputation, the decision says, is none of the best, and who many other witnesses testified, had approached them in behalf of the gov ernment. The case Is the most famous timber land action ever tried in the west. The reading of the testimony con sumed forty days. o AMERICANSTEELCOMPANY Moves Its General OfSce and Dis charges Thousands. Chicago. Nov. today says: -The Daily "The general office of the American Steel & Wire company will be moved within the next month to Cleveland, nooord'ng to a statement made today 1 by a high official of the company." It was further declared that the 2.000 or' more men laid off at South Chicago several days ago and those thrown out of employment at V.'auke gnn. numbering 1 000 more, will prob ably be permanently out of ork as far as the American Steel '& Wire and ;he Illinois Steel company are concern ed. In moving the general o'fices to Cleveland, it is stated that fifty1 per cent of the employes of the offices now Pn in 'ew York. Cleveland and Chl- : cugo, win ue oiscnargea. The saIng to the company by the contemplated reduction in office and mill forces it is stated, will be in round numbers SOO.000 yearly. O THE STRIKE IS ON Though it Had Not Been Ordered Until Tomorrow j The Main Leaders are Getting Their Men Oat of District No. IS as Rapid ly as Possible. Denver, Colo., Nov. 7. A special to the Republican from Trinidad, Colo., says the strike In the southern Colo rado coal fields which has been or dered for next Monday practically be gan today, and not less than 2.000 me:! are cut tonight. How many more will join th? ranks UL inft.ci u) -'"'I'uij can "" be guessed at, but it is believed that an me Italians in me aiKirici win ne tnciuacni. ine Mexicans una Japanese are saia to De unwilling i wain out, and many of the Austrians desire to remain at work. At Primero, the largest of the camps of the Colorado Fuel and Iron company. 200 miners went out this morning. At Tercio, a non-union camp, seventy quit work. At I low en the mlnc3 of thi L'nion Ccal and Coke company, closed d:wn. throwing 3".0 men out. Hastings ar.d Delagua are expected to be the stcrm' ccnt?rs should there b? any trouble, as at least 2.000 Italians an cmpl?yid at these points by the Victor Fuel company. Although Hastings is an incorpc rated town, it is now sur rounded by armed guards, said to be in the employ of the Victor Fuel com pany, who permit no one to ente.r the town unless the officials of tho com pany consent. Miners who are suspected of an in tention to strtke ere said to have bean 1 nr tified to vacate tho company's houses by tcmrrrow night. Sheriff Clarke of Las Animas county has been swearing in deputies all oav and has sent a Ian.- number to Has tings. The union officials have secured tiansportation for about 3.000 men to other fields, and alrendy many of tho?e wh- have struck have left fcr the east. The union leaders are renting- every available building in ths district for the use of families who will be evict ed from company houe. Everythina so far has been very cuit in all parts of the district. ONE OPERATOR WEAKENS Several of the Mines Were Closed Down Last Night. Pueblo. Colo.. Nov 7. The mines owned by the Colorado Fuel and Iron company in Fremont county are closed tonight and the minc-K at Rockvale. Brookside. Fremont ar.d the Magnet properties are deserted. Morgan Wil'iams, manager of the ituiiam nui'es nas announced ir.ui ue, will sign the srn!e demanded by the miners at 7 o'clock Morday morning. These mines so far as now will be the only ones operated. known Presi- dent Owens of the local organization! said tonight that the lijf'r.t on the parti of the miners would be to a finish. j There are between 1 MO to 1700 men ' out. many of whom are leaving or pre-j parlng to leave for other coal fields. EVERYTHING BUT THE DAY. Denver, Colo., Nov. 7. A special to the. News from Louisville. Colo., says: The miners cf the northern Colorado cca! fields today ' voted on the proposed compromise with the mine owners on the demands recently submitted. The operators were willing to consider any demands, except cn for the eight hour day, which, they say, was impos sible on actoimt of competition. The Louisville miners today voted solidly to stand by their demand for eight hours. It Is net known what the re sult of the vote In the other canuis j of the "district, was A general meet- ing is to be held tomorrow i result will be announced, I . when the MONTANA EXTRA SESSION The Governor Is Leaving' It to the People of the State. St. Paul, Minn.. Nov. 7. A special to the Dispatch from Helena, Mont.', says: "The old, story that F. Augus tus Heinze Intends telling out to the Amalgamated Copper company aud be come manager of nil of its properties in Montana Is again revived, but so fnr as known it ha3 no foundation in fart. Helnze declares that he has not ; and never will dispose of his holdings j to the so-called copper trust." Governor Toole has not taken any ; action on the -juestlons presented to j him requesting an extra session of the I legislature for the passage of a fair trial or change of venue bilL .News. It is not expected that the governor (will take action until he has heard from every section of the state. ! The majority of the petitions, so far presented, favor an extra session. SHERIFF'S FAULT Battle With the Pine Ridge Indians at Lusk The Indians, Though Having Passes, Had Started BacK to the Reserva tion and Were Waylaid. Washlngtcn, Nov. 7. Indian Agont Prennan reports everything quiet at the Pine Pidge agency and that nearly all the chiefs and head men of the Indians there are satisfied to let the law take its course. Major Reeves reports as follows: "Agent Prennan has just returned from Newcastle, Wyo., where he made a full investigation of the fight 'be tween Indians and the sheriff's poss.. He repcrts that Sheriff Williams of Newcastle and a deputy sheriff were killed by th1 Indians. Five Indians were killed, about five wounded, one being a woman. Ten bucks are held in arrest at Newcastle. Thsy were wounded at Lusk. The rest of the party Is en route to the reservation. 'Twenty-cne bucks and their famil ies were given passes about Oct. 2 for twenty days. The sheriff went to cr rest them fcr violation of the game law. He served a warrant on Charles li-dth, who 'was a Carlisle graduate and In charge of the Indian party, and who was also considered a first-class man on the reservation. He declined 1 to surrender, but said he would go , Dack to the agency, and started back. He was waylaid or intercepted by the Fheriffs party the next day while head- 1 inK fcr the reservation, 1 "There some ecitemnt In New castle and thereabouts. Tire Indians are quiet and no trouble is possible from the Indians on their reservations. It was mostly the sheriff's fault. Good judgment on his part would have ; avoided the trouble. There was only one fight. The newspapers reports were exaggerated. In my judgment 1 the Indian prisoners at Newcastle should be released. "There are conflicting statements as ! to who fird the first shot. It is be- i lirved that the sheriff's party did. This I information is from Ag"nt Brennan. j There Is no way of hearing the ether side here TOWED CY A KITE. A Boat Succeeded in Crossing the English Channel. London. Nov. 7. After several fail ures. S. F. Codv today succeeded i: crossing the c hannel in his kite boat. : He left Calais at 11 o'clock last night! and reached Dover thirteen hou-a later. It encountered a strong wind and had sr;ne narrow escapes. The boat weighed four tons and was decked with tanvas, resembling a min'ature sub marine boat. It was drawn by a bo. kite- which was manipulated from tie? boat. CHASE RESTORED. Nothing Results ficm Colorado! ish Court Martial. Fcol- Denver. Colo.. Nov. 7. Governor, Peabody today set aside the verdict oi' the court martial which found j Brigadier General Chase guilty of dis- j rbfdienoe to orders and sentenced him! to dismissal from the service. The goe:nor dec ided that the find- j ing of the court was correct but in ! view of the gene ral's previous good I record, he restor d him to dtjly as : commander cf thl national guard ot Colorado. ) WEATHER TODAY. 7. New j uaMiii.mun, . -- j Mexico and Arizona: Fair Sundaj -. fair in south, rain and cooler in north- em portions Monday. SHARKEY LOST. Jacksonville. Fla.. Ncy. 7. In the w restling match here tonight for tho championship of the world Tom Jenk- 1r- threw Sharkey, the first and second falls. MILLIONAIRE ELKINS DEAD An Indirect Cause Was a Bad Scare Last Spring. Philadelphia, Nov. 7. William L. El kins, the multi-millicnaire traction magnate and financier, died at his home at Ashbourne, near here, tonight from a complication cf diseases, at the age of seventy-one years. Mr. Flklns' illness, which became alarming about three weeks ago. really dated from last spring, when he nar rowly escaped, a violent death. A heavy iron girder which was be ing hoisted to the top of the new office- building at Broad and Chestnut streets, of which he was part owner, fell to the ground, just grazing Mr. Elkins. who was passing. The shock seriously affected his nervous system. The immediate cause of his cb-dth was blood poisoning, i-.dded to which was a combination of kidney trouble, rheumatism and rheumatic gout. A CAPTURE OF ROBSERS Members of a Gang Operating' on Wholesale Scale. Topeka. Kan., Nov. 6. Frank Mar tin, alins "Dutch," and Robert Mann, alias "Nebraska Doc." were brought tj Topeka. today from St. Joseph, and will be placed on trial in the federal cou;t on the charge of robbing the postofilce at .Morrill. Kas. They are said to be members of the organized gang of rob bers who have been operating in Kan-sa.-i and Nebraska. The United States authorities learned more today of the practie-es of the robbers. A large part of the spoils secured on their maraud ing trips were sold n Oxford, Neb. It is understood that tfce officers of the Burlington route were Interested in the capture of the men, as they are charged with giving the road much trouble during recent robberies. At Oxford they have been suppl ing the railroad men with clothing for two years past, at about one-third the retail prices. o '. TROOPS PUT TO FLIGHT." Fear of Yellow Fever Intosh. st Fort Mc- Washington, Nov. 7. As a precau tion agalr.st the spread of yellow fever at Fort Mcintosh, near Laredo, Texas, the commanding oflicer at that post has been authorized to move the troop to some i)Oint in tho vicinity and go into camp. LONDON S LORD MAYOR. London, Nov. 7. Sir James Ritchie was sworn in as lord mayor of London today with the usual quiant cere monies, succeeding Sir Marcus Samuel, o STEEL MORE BUOYANT The Effect Felt in Other StocK. Lines of New York. Nov. 7. The dipped Unite 1 to yc3- gtateg , ' 'terrCll terciay's low record immediately after the opening ol the stock market to day, hut made easy recovery. The relaxation of the recent severe pressure on this stock relieves the market to some ej.tent and prices were inclined to harden. STOCKS. At'hlson C."Vi. preferred New Hi? Jersey Central, lHO; C. & O., Four, 70; C & S. 12, preferred 53, sec ond preferred 20 v.; Erie, 27U: Great Northern, preferred 160: Manhattan, 136'i : Metropolitan lOSIj; Missouri Pacific. S&i; New York Central 117?;: Pennsylvania, 1 1 7 ?- ; St. Louis S. F. , -4 vrferroA 60 Pecond prt.teried St. Paul 128; So. Pacific, 42; U. P., !72'..; . Amalgamated copper. 36?s; j sugar. 115'4: Anaconda, C2; U. S. Steel. 1 111':, preferred 53ji; W. U. 8: S. F. copper, 1. BONDS. U. S. ref. 3s, reg., 107vi, coupon 107 U: 3s reg. mid coupon new 4s. reg and coupon 13f';: old 4s reg. and cou:on 1 1 1 Vi ; 3s re.g. and coupon 101'i. METALS. New York. Nov. 7. Copper dull f-.nd nominally, unchanged. Slo.7." : electrolytic, J13.G21.;. and ruled Lake, cast- ing. $13.30. Lead was steady; spot $4.50. Spelter quiet at $6.00. Bar silver, 3STc. Mexi can dollars. 43c. j WOOL AND HIDES. I New York, Nov. 7. Hides steady. I Galveston 20 to 23 pounds IS; Texas 'dry. 24 to 30 po-mds 14. Wool firm. Fleece. 2S!U32c. GRAIN. Chicago. Nov. 7. Decemlwr wheat opened 7S'. i 7S-c, dropped to 7SVi". Closed at 7S?4c. Aftev KeHiiin between 44i'!5 14',i, December corn closed at 44 44Uc. After r-mging between 35 Cn 35"ii?, December oats closed 3 j ;,4 rd 3i-Kte. CATTLE AND SHEEP. Chicago. Nov., 7. Cattle Receipts. :00. Market steady. Good to prime I .,,...,-, h f..fw 9.idrr. - $1003 50 heifers. Vi.OO-!; 1 - 4.20; calves, S2.007.25; Texas fed steers. $3.00f3.50; western steers. "2.903 1.15. Sheep Receipts 1.C00. firm; lambs, steady. Good to choice wethers, SS.40g)3.Sr.; fair to choice., mixed $2.807 3.30; west ern sheen. $2 005ri3.60; native Iambs. $3.5nrr; 5.7C: western lambs, $3.701i i Competing with Competition Is our specialty. Bicycles, Buggies, etc., repaired as cheap as anyone can do it. PHOENIX CYCLE Co. 22 W. Adams. 'Phone Red 52 STOVES AND RANGES. We have just received a shipment of Stoves and Ranges, goods; never before seen in Phoenix. Just the thing you want. D. H. BURT1S 15 East Washington Street. ECGENE BRADY O'NEILL. $8. THE GREATEST SNAP EVER. $6. S20 acres ot" unimproved land within six mi'es of city, water right and signed un under reservoir. And only $S per acre. Must have money and must have it quick." Quick! Wood-O'Neill Real Estate Company, t O'NEILL BLOCK, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. THE PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK PHOTCNIX. ARIZONA. Paid-up CplUl, JtOO.000. Furplim nd Undivided Prpflts.jJ.S.Ono no E. B. GAGE. President. T. W. PEM3ERTON. Vice Pres. H. J. M CLUNO. Cilr W. K. DOin-K, Assistant Cashier. Steel-lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Doxea, General Banking Busi ness. Drafts on ali principal cities of the world mat CTORS: f . B. Gut!, T. W. Ptirabertom F. M. Murphy, D. M. Terry, f redericks, L. H. Chol ers, f . I. Aikirts, J. M. lurd, H. J. McIIkm. THE PRESCOTT NATIONAL BANK PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. Tald-un Capital, tt00.000.00. Surplus and Undivided Profits, 150.000.09. r. M. MURPHY. President. MORRIS OOLDWA'PPfl, Vl President. R. N. FREDERICKS, Cashier. W. C. BRANDON. Aasiutant CashUc. Brooklyn Chromo Steel-lined Vaults and Safe Deposit Poxa. A grneral bank ing business transacted. Directors F. M. Murphy, E. B. Gage, Morris GvlaTate. John C. Hcrndon, F. G. Brecht. D. M. Ferry. R. rT. Fredericks. Long Distance Telephone No. ML BATTLE ARRAY Democratic and Republican Caucuses GANNON FOR SPEAKER Republicans Nominate the Officers of the Fifty-Seventh Congress Will iams of Mississippi Will Be the Democratic Floor Leader. Washington, D. C, Nov. 7. At tl " caucus of the republican members o.' the house of representatives he! 1 if the hall of the house tonight. Repre sentative Jos. G. Cannon, of Illinois, was chosen as the candidate of th majority for speal er of the house. This action assure his election c.i Monday. A resolution was adopted making th-j elective officers of the house in the lust congress the nominees for the Fifty eighth congiess. They are: Alexander McDowell, clerk of the house; Herman Cason. rergeant-at-arms; Frank B. Lyon, doorkeeper; D. R. McElroy, post master; Rev. Henry D. Couden, chap lain. The rule? of the Ir;fty-seventh con gress were adopted for the Fifty eighth. It was decided that fifty shall be the number necessary to call a. caucus. A MERE FORMALITY. Washington, D. C, Nov. 7. Th democratic members of the hous caucus at the eapitol today selected Representative Jos. Williams, of Miss issippi a3 the unanimous choice of thu minority for SMalter. This action make him the minorit leader for the coming session. Repie-rentati'-e McClellan, mayor-e'.e-ct. of New York, received an ovation as h- entered the caucus and was congrat ulated by his ci'lleagues on his victory. The thanks of the c aucus were e -tended to Mr. Ri'-hr'nison of Tennes see, the retiri.;- minority leader, for lr' cervices to trie part.. Mr. Richardso.i responded, thanking his colleagues ia turn. Mr. Hay, of Virginia presided. Mr. Williams was placed in nomination by Mr. Cooper, of Texa3. The nomination was the only one p:t before the caucus. The newly cho:;e:i leader responded in an address thanV; ing the cauevs. The iio.r!i;ees of the caucus are u follows: Ch.-'.rles A. Edwardr. of Tcx:- for clerk of the house; E. V. Brook -shire, of Indiana, sergeant-at-armn: J. Julian of "jeorgla, door-keeper; J. K. Jackson of Alabama, postmaster; E. C. B.-'Sby of Virginia, chaplain; I. R. 1Mb. of Ohio. James English of California, A. Knight of Georgia and Jo:. Si!m:, special employes. Mr. Williams, of Mississippi, offered a resolution which was adopted pro viding that the democrats be allowed one representative on the ways am. means committee and the democrats b driven the same representation they had 011 the committees in the Fifty sixth congress. HlHiiAtClirti ITiW itf'i 1 - Tt 1 - I Write Ads but as usual have some SPLENDID BARGAINS IN is REAL ESTATE i TO OFFER. Full Information Cheerfully Given on Application. DWIfiHT B. HEARD 1 All new C. B. VOOD.