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TIIE ARIZONA KEPUBIil DAN: Fill DAY MOltNTNG, NOVEMliEB 13, 1903.
I 'If? I x GAINED ON THE HOME STRETCH. A Team of Horses TaKen on a Fishing Excursion. Attorney Bullard went fishing the Mhcr day. He was accompanied by tiis wife and Mrs. Loeb and her son. Tlicy went to the Arizona dam", because Mr. Bullard had been told that the fi.-h there were lying in wait for ftsh-r-riivn, and that the most amateur and unskilled disciples of Izaak Walton ul 1 not only fish there, but could mu li fish. The team which the liveryman let 31r. Bullard have was not exactly skittish, but it was spirited and kept manifesting a disposition to have the excursion over with as soon as pos sible. Arriving at the dam, the horses Avpre unhitched and unharnessed and ihe slaughter of the fish was begun. The trouble of the day tet in when 'the preparations for the return began :to be made. The horses were so glad to start home that Jhey stood on their hind legs while Mr. Buliard was put ting the harness on them, and when they had been attached to the buggy they started while Mr. Bullard was yet on the ground. They dragged him :ibout over the landscape. He cast an chor several times, but it would not "hold. He figured that if he could get 1ms fpet against something things T.vould be different. He looked for a chance to jump into the carriage, and hon one came he embraced it, planted liis feet against the dashboard, began to pull and ejaculate. "Whoa!" That was mistaken by the horses as a state ment that all were aboard, and they moved off in the direction cf Phoenix. The farther they went the faster they went, and the demands of Mrs. Bul lard and Mrs. Loeb for Mr. Bullard to take them along with him died away in the distance. A buggy driven by Harry Diehl got ut of the road just in time to miss ;i rear end collision, and other persons -who happened to be along the road similarly escaped injury to life or limb. Mr. Bullard's hat was wafted off, and next the buggy whip. The thorough tare wJs also strewn with fish. At the end of a five-mile run the pace began to tell on the horses, and they were less hard to hold. They had irr fact become so tractable that Mr. Bullard, whose own strength was fast waning though his courage kept up, was able to turn them about and drive back to the dam. o WENT OVER FOR THE TERM. The Cases Against Former Chief ClerK Murphey Also Continued. There will be no more of the Pi-ica, Murphy cases at this term of tbo United States court. There will b ia fact little mora of the United Stite's court of thi. term. When the court adjourned on Wednesday -afternoon the granting of the continuances in thfse'cases against Mr. Price. United States Attorney Nave asked until yti 'teiday morning - to . decide what hj vould do with the casis against Mr. Murphey. At the same time the attor neys for Mr. Murphey said that after the government attorney had made uu his mind they wouldllke a little time to decide what they would do. At 9:30 yesterday morning Mt. Nave asked for a continuance of those cases ali-'O ajic! the attorneys for Mr. Mur phey consenting, it was granted.- It had been the plan of the government to try the Price cases first. That hav ing become impossible it was easy to arrange f or' the passing of the Mwphey cases until next April. There would anyhow hive been littl time for their trial now for the Un'ted States court will convene at Preseutt on November 19 ami upon its adjourn ment the United States court at Tomb stone will be joavened. That will run at least Into the middle of December and early into January the supreme court will mac:. It was disclosed in the trbxl of Mr. Trice so far as it had gone that there had been n.- viol it ion of any United States statute, or rathe ther? was a failure of proof, that any statute had been violated, leaving the govenmentj case resting xpparentiy upo.i th vio'a tion of a. departmental regulation of such doubtful meaning that even those familiar with th? o;eration3 ' of in office of the snr.evor general are not agreed as to it. Then was a ruling allowing work don-i to 7e done In the office out of oHics hours, but it bs un derstood . to bo only necessary work. There mi?ht be difference r,f pin!on about what consfifiues necessary work though the- applicant would natura'ly believe that his vms necessary work. The rulings of the court in th Price case presents tihe cases in a new phase. H-O does cost a little more, but you get the vital food elements of the oats only. TV e the fibre. remove A remarkable puzzle hi every H-O package. Valuable prizes for the correct solution. H-O for brain and Drawn i 15 ATTEMPTED HOLD UP George TorK of the Columbus Saloon the Victim. A middle aged man giving the nam"? of John Moody, and a younger man who gives the name of Roy Sharp, were arrested about 1:30 o'clock this morning and lodged in the county Ju:l by Constable Lee Redwine, on the charge of attempting to hold up Georg Tork near his place of business, the Columbus saloon. The men were somewhat under the influence of liquor and deny any at tempt at hold-up, neither being armed when arrested. They claim they were standing near the corner of the. build ing when Tork asked them if they wanted a diink and that when they approached he yelled that he was being held up. Olficer Rod wine who was ne;a upproached and placed Moody under arrest. Sharp ran and Redwine pur sued firing four shots none of which were effective,, except to excite people who heard them up town. The officer finally caught up with Sharp and gave him a rap over the head with his gun In the scuffle that ensued, Sharp final ly landing in the dust with a slight scalp wound. By this time Policeman Tipton who heard the shots arrived and assisted In jailing the pair. At the sheriff' office their pockets when turned in side out produced a varied assortment of things that are hardly needed by honest hoboes. Among them was n. small file, a razor, a pair of nippers and a lot of other bric-a-brac. Moody, who first gave the name of McCormick had a union card of the iron workers' trade, San Francisco J'nd a Uottle of al cohol. One. had llteen cents and the other twenty cents. Sharp says he knows nothing about Moody only that both came to town yesterday and were drinking freely. Constable Redwine, who they said came round the corner, had been ap prised of their suspicious action in the evening and was behind a fence listen ing when they planned the hold-up, so he had some information that ap prised him fully of what the play was when they made their last. visit to the saloon. o PLANTING FISH Yavapai Streams StocKed With Many Varieties. A few days ago mention was made of the visit of the United States fish commissioner's car to this part of Ar izona and the planting by that official and 'local Game Commissioner Pinney of jbl large number of fish In Indian lake, south of the Gila. - Frcm hero the car proceeded north and left half a carload of young fish in Yavapai county, distribution being made at Jerome, as indicated by the following from the Jerome News: Friday afternoon last the United States fish commissioner brought into Jerome 8.950 fish, which were planted In Oak creek. Lower Oak sreek. Peek's lake and Sycamore creek, divided as follows: Oak Creek Seven thousand trout. Lower Oak Creek Four hundred trout, 50 two-year-old black bass, and 200 two-year-old strawberry bass . Sycamore Creek Six hundred trout. Peck's Lake Fifty two-year-old black bass. 200 two-year-old strawber ry bass, 2i0 rock bass, and 200 crappie. . The fish were brought over from Je rcme Junction in a special car kindly furnished by General Manager H. J. Allen of the U. V. & P. railway. Once in Jercme they were quickly transfer red to waiting wagons under supervis ion of Territorial Fish and Game Com missioner Jean Allison, and as soon as possible thereafter were planted in the different streams with a loss only oi a very few two-year-old black bass. o 5555 $5-$ -j-55j$jj j5!5,,5 !$ 'J I PERSONAL. I i.i . ii , , i Messrs. W. A. Drake. J. H. Err.mert arrived from Prescott last right. E. B. Knox, who has been away dur ing the summer, has returned to the city again. Mr. Bert Ford, the mining man, left last night for Bonham, Texas, and ex pects to be gone abcut three weeks. Those registering at the Ford hotel yesterday were W. II. Piper. San Fran cisco; C. A. Hains, C. R. Lathrop. Chicago; C. Aranda, El Paso; George Holland, Leadville. Judge W. H. Barnes, Albert Slein fcld and others from the southern part of the territory who have been attend ing the trial of the Price-Murphey cases left last night for home. Among the passengers leaving on this morning's S. F., P. & P. train were T. H. Williams for Los Angeles, C. R. Lathrcp for Philadelphia and Mrs. Swan and two children for Los An geles. Deputy United States Marshal F. W. Hill passed through town yesterday on his way to the northern part of the territory to get witnesses together for the coming term of the United States court at Prescott. Among those leaving last night via the Southern Pacific were Bert Ford for Kansas City, George R. Hill for Glebe, J. R, Johnson for Douglas. Mrs. George Young for New York. Charles Krieger for Bisbee, D. S. Wilson for Asheville, George Carvalleri, Santa Barbara, Charles F. Abbott and wife for Hermcsillo, Mexico, and Charles Perry for Los Angeles. Those registering at the Hotel Ad ams yesterday were O. L. Geer, Mar tinez: C. Root Buschr.er. Philadelphia; G. L. Mead, Sacramento; Margaret Graham, Agnes I. Graham, Chicago; R. E.. Youfeg, E. R. Reese, M. B. Haz eltine, Prescott: George Holland, Lead ville: A. K. Shahan, Los Angeles: I. Indig, New York; T. It. Branet. Tomb stone: A. G. Smith. Clifton: Mrs. C. Janes Orriok, Miss V. Pendleton Or rick. Miss H. Cromwell Orrick. Cum berland, Md.: S. Llndauer and wife. Chicago; B. W. Bizzle. M. D.. Atlanta. Oa.: M. O. Bicknell. city, T. H. Will iams, Sup. Francisco. o HER SELF-SACRIFICE, He (after the proposal) But I'm afraid I am not good enough for you. darling. She Of course you are rot. but you are too good to be thrown away on any other girl. Chicago News. Additional Local FOR THE WINTER. Miss Maggie Graham and Miss Agne3 Graham of Chicago, who spent last winitev in Phoenix, have returned and expect ao spend the present season here. A FRATERNAL VISIT Mrs. Tillle Waggoner, of Glendale-, president of the Rebekah assembly of Arizona, last night paid ani official Visit to th Tempo lodge of that ord'?r. Sev'eial members of the Phoenix Rebefcah, lodge gave the occasion) proper recog nition by also visiting the Tempe lodge. . FIRST CAR OF ORANGES. As an nounced in these columns a. TlvT days ago. the first carload of Arlozna or anges for this season was leaded yes terday and will be shipped to- New York this morning on the S. F. P. & P. train W. E. Elwanger will accom pany the car to look after its welfare on route. CHICKEN HENRY'S GLEE Chick en Henry, an ethloplan philosopher of local note, stood on a street corner yesterday and laughed so hard he was accused of disturbing the peace. Wh?n asked the cause of his joy he said: "I 1es' saw a black man over yondah wid a big whits collar on an' ho shore looked like a fly In a pi.n of butter milk." CONTINUED TILL MONDAY. When the Juan Bravo examinati ri was called yesterday by Justice Rob ertson. Attorney Richardson appealed for the defendant and aked that the examination be continued till' Mond-iy. The request was granted. Bravo is th Mexican accused of taking a $10 gold piece out of the pocket of adrunki countryman cn Wednesday. GOING TO A CHURCH DEDICA TION. Governor Brodie left this morning fcr Prescott. He will spend the day there and on the following diy will go to Jerome to take part in the rededication of the Congregational church there next Sunday. He is ac companied as far as Prescott by his brother-in-law. Jack Hanlcn, who is on his way to Crown Point min. cf which he is in charge. RELIGION IN DOUGLAS. Douglas lias now got a start that seems so prosperous the people can afford to spnd a little time and mone in the interest of their future welfare. They have several church organizations and the Methodists have a church building almost completed. From some of the stories that come from Douglas it is generally believed the field is white for the harvest. In fact, a lot of the grain is already shelled. CATTLE FOR THE VALLEY. Dr. J. C. Norton territorial veterinarian, returned yesterday morning from Co chise county where he had been en gaged on official business. Among other things he inspected a lot of cat tle which Hon. B. A. Packard is bring ing into the valley from Mexico to winter on the Bartlett-Heard ranch. There were 600 head inspected and as many more will be brought in later. Altogether there will be forty cars. THE GOOD TEMPLARS. A delega tion of the local Good Templairs visited the lodge in Jsaac District on Wednes day night and report a very enjoycbla evening. The officers elected were in stalled by D. G. C. T. Irwin. One candidate was initiated and seven propositions for lnembe-rs'hip received. Tomorrow night CemtraJ ledge, which meets in the O.born school heu?e wi'l have a public Installation of its offi cers and It is expected that the city lodge will again be repiesented. DETU OF A PRINTER. E. A. Eastbrook, a well known printer, who r.oslded in Prescott for tome years and was an active member of the Pr?cott fire department, died Nov.' 6,- 1903. et Winslow. Arizona, of pneumonia; siys the Prescott Courier. He was about 33 years of age and a native of Portland, Oregon. He was a. first-class printe-, and a very intelligent man of unbound ed generosity. He had no enemie?. Everyone who knew him hi.id a kind word for "Easty," ai be was familiar ly called, and his untimely death is a matter of regret. Mr. Eas-tbrook was well known in Phoenix also, having lived here previous to going to Pres cott. ANOTHER MAN MISSING Arizona is becoming famous for the number of men that get lost here. Whenever anybody Is found to be missing his friends jump to the conclusion that he has gone to Arizona. And they are generally right for. Arizona is a good place to come whether a man wants to get lost or not. and the world is finding it out. The latest inquiry comes from Mrs. Arthur J. McGrew of 285 1 Clara street, San Francisco, who says anyone that will inform her of the whereabouts of her husband, Arthur J. McGrew, will confer a favor on her and her three minor children. When last heard of by her Mr. Mc Grew was in McCabe, Arizona. DRILLING A WELL. A. J. Hansen of whose well drilling outfit so much has been written while it was operat ing at Kyrene and Sacaton, is now do ing a piece of work within a block of Washington street, this city. He is drilling a well on the property of the Cold Storage company, which recently erected a new building for its plant on Second street between Washington and Adams. The first two or three days were required in getting things in or der for work and yesterday was the first day of real drilling. The hole was sent down about twenty feet yesterday Operations are necessarily slow till the hole Is deep enough to bury the tools and give a longer drop than at first. It is proposed to sink the well 150 feet or deeper if required. DINED HIS EMPLOYES. C. D. Don is, who ha,s charge of the Dorris Heyinan store in this? city, gave a ban quet last evening in the new American restaurant to whlehi were invited all his employes and the wives of those who a.re so fortunate as to be married. The hour was delightfuly spent and was an occasion of . special good cheer. Those present were:' Mr. and M'ss-. C. D. Dorrls, Mr. nd Mrs. F. G. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Mr. C.A. Masi?, Mr. D. A.' Massie, Miss ?e!mi Zab?", Miss Kate Rnmbo, Miss Mamie Moore, Miss Elaine Meehan, Mr. Culver King. Mr. Warn Allen, , Mr. C. A. Schulr, Mr. and Mrs. M. Morrison, Mr. B. F. Vermillion, vMr. W. R. Sitler. Mr. G-o. Bisrgs. Mr. vCh. Deckle; Mr. C. E. Smith. MORE CLOTHING WANTED. The ladles who are conducting the rum mage sale at No. 31 Wet Ada.ms St. were deluged yesterday with eager bargain hunters, and all day long the room was jammed. Many Pima In dians were noticed in, the crowd and 1 ' v "R all th-rough the sae have been good customers. The ladies say thrt thair stock of men's clothing Is oxltau'ted and they want a lot more today for the closing ruth tomorrow. It is the bsst opportunity ever offered the people of the city to contribute to charity a hundreds of the Indtians have ben able to lay In i srck of wjrm w!nt;r clothing, which will be a, blessing to them. If mere who h-ive cast off clothing at home will leave theV ad dresses today, the ladies will rend for their donations. A BICYCLE'S USES. When the bicvele was first Invented it was looked upon as a novelty for boys wl.o :iad idle time on their hand. It next became a utility for busy people- who want to eliminate distance out of their business schedules. Finally papa got to carry ing the kid around in a hand basket hung to the handle bar?, and the babv wa?on went down several points in the market. Now it is easier to tell what a bicycle is not good for than to enum erate what can be done with it. Yes terday a man bought at a Phoenix auction house a double cot the full size of a family bed, legs, headboard and all. It was equipped with mattress springs etc., and would really havt looked like a formidable load for :i wagon. But when the deal was con summated the new owner got it on his baok. jumped on a bicycle and rode home with it without an .accident. U. S. STEEL AND PENNSY The Controlling Influences in Yester days StocK Market. New York. Nov. 12. Pennsylvania and United States Steel preferred acain divided attention and exerted a good degree of influence in today's stock market. The dealings were not in such overwhelming proportions in either slock as for the last several days. Pennsylvania was weak from the outset, but showed stubborn resistance in the neighborhood of 112. STOCKS. Atchison, 62: preferred, 83: New Jersey Central, 155; C. & O., 27: Rig Four, 68: C. & S., liy2; preferred, 50: 2nd preferred, 19: Erie. 25: Greac Northern preferred, MO: Manhattan, KiT: Metropolitan, 110V;; Missouri Pa- ific. 87: New York Central, 114: Pennsylvania. 111: St. L,. &. S. F. pre ferred, 60; 2nd preferred, 41: St. Paul, Ki5; Southern Pacific, 40:&; Union Pacific, 69; Amalgamated Copper, SS'g: Sugar, U5Vi: Anaconda, C2: U. S. Steel, lOVi; preferred, 51: Western Union, 82; Santa Fe Copper, Yt. BONDS. U. S. ref. 3? reg and coupon. 106; 3s res. and coupon, 107; new 4s reg. and coupon, 134i; old 4s reg. and cou pon. 110; 5s reg and coupon, 101 METAL. New York. Nov. 12. Copper had a slight recovery frcm yesterriay's break ing: in London, s-ot closing at 56 5s and futures at 55 17s Sd. Locally cop per .Is rather unsettled and mo.-e or less nominal. Lake is ouoted at tAZtv 1."..50: electrolytic, J13.25; casting. $13. Load was quiet and unchanged at $1.50 in New York, and unchanged in London, closing at 11 Is 3d; spelter de clined J!s 6d In London to 20 15s 6d. Lo cally it was quiet and quoted at 575 nominal. Bar silver, 571,4c; .Mexican dollars. 44c. GRAIN. New York, Nov. 12. December wheat We are going out of . usmess. ver E at a hiz sacrifice. PHOENIX COMPANY. DORRIS THEATER F. W. SrtCHAN, Manager. Saturday, November 14, MrUinee and night. Nr. Louis Olives and an - efTe'uiit company , in -hi higk ky farm. The rural Kensation of the season, being rroduced for the fire time in th-? West and a big hit everywhere. Tr.e Hie.k'ry Farm Company hiis se cured "PHROSA." the sensation -of. two continents, and never betore ex hibited west of Chicago. "PHROSA" will ?e exhibited free on Saturday. Watch Saturday morning papers for exact location of "PHROSA." Special matinee prices, 15 and 25ci I'ft'al night rrices. 25c. f0c, 75c and Seats now on rale at Goodman's. opened at 76I,4i76c, but afterward selling at 76c, advanced to 76c, sold off to 75c, and closed at 76c. Decem ber corn ranged between 41(fr421i 42c and closed at 41"!lc. December cats clcscd at 33c, after selling between 32er31V4c. CATTLE AND SHEEP. Chicago, Nov. 12. Cattle Receipts, 11.CC0 head, including 400 Texans and 500 steers, westerners. Market steady to ftrong. Good to prime steers, $5(Td 5.70; poor to medium. ?3.25Ui4.75; stock ers ar-d feeders, $1.75W4.23; cows, $1.50 ff(4: heifers. $2Ji5; cariners, $1.502.40: bulla. $1.75f(4.25; calves, $2i7.50; Texas fed steers. $2.751 1.55:. western steers, $4?r4.50. Sheep Receipts, 1S.C00 head: sheep and lambs strong. Good to choice wethers, Z" -1.25: fair to choice mixed, $2.75'?i-3.75; western sheep, $3T4: native lambs, $P5.75; western lambs, $1(0 5.15. DUKE DEGLI ABRUZZTS GIFT. New Orleans, Nov. 4. The Duke degli Abruzzi. having declined the banquet tendered him by the Italians, has asked that the money raised for the banquet, $2,000. be given to some Italian charity of New Orleans, and has added J500 from Ms own iwcket. The Italian cruiser Ligusia, command ed by the duke, will l?ave here on Ncv. 14 for Havana, and will sail thence for Italy. EARLS OF OVERTRAINING. There is no preparatory s.'hrol of importance that escapes periodical vis its from Harvard and Yale and Prince ton and Pennsylvania captains and coaches and enthusiastic alumni, seek ing to bolster their baseball or foot, ball or track teams. It Is only neces sary for a boy at Andover it Mw renceville cr elsewhere to show up particularly well at Fhortslop. or to mak? a track record, or a brilliant t'nvhdown. for hiin i t bo visited fn:th wilh by the recruiting sergeants of all the colleges within hailing di.'-taneo What this recruiting is dring to un dermine the heiithfulners of American rport I need net. I am sure, point out to intelligent observers. The bid?, fir prominent jihoolboy athletes grow stronger ar!d stronger, and more open and mure commercial. It has cne to pass, indeed .that on occasion a boy. if thoroughbred blood happens not to run In his veins, or if his needs be urgent does not wait for recruiting, but offers his services at auction. Thus, for ex ample, one football player I have Id g in stoc SHOE rASi r;Asn r,AS! Cleanest, Best and I Most Satisfactory Fuel, i Our store open from 0:30 to Come and let Phpenix Light (& Fuel Co. 1 i -cf Avanna on 231 nrermx'saTTfljflyffan ELEGANT PATTERN HATS Our entire stock to- now go at MS-HALF P R.I Big ieduct1on in Door East of Boston Store. THE mind turns from the university cf his first choics, scholarship, and earning his board by waiting on tabl3 were of fered, and enters another which also give3 him a scholarship, and improves upen the waiting on table offer as means of boaid and earning, by organ izing an eating club ar.d placing it? management in his hands. There are boys who work their way through schools, and young men who work their way through college, and who are also athletes ;and the mor credit to them. There is no individ ual fcr whom I have greater respect than the boy who cares enough for an education to be willing to honestly work his way through school or college ia order to get it. Such a one does no haim to ccllcge sport; his example Is elevating. Rut the pity of it. that this type should be used to giv? ex cuse for putting recruiting oni its pres ent basis. (.'arper Whitney i:f Novem ber Outing. BRAVERY IMMORTALIZED. At an entertainment at which Nel son met Benjamin West just before he went tc sea for the last time he re marked tothe artist: "I never pass a print shop where' your picture of the 'Death of Wolfe' is in the window without being stopped by it." West, of course, acknowledged the complimen. ar.d Nelson went on to ask why he had printed ro n:or like it. "Reoaus?. My r.cr(V; answered the artist, "there are r.r more subjects." "Damn it:" said '7ci:cn. "I didn't think of that." and r:V'l him to take n . glass cf cham pagne. "But. My lOr-1. I fear your Intrepidity will yet furnish me with an other Ffcne, and if it should I rhall fett.tinly avail myself of it." the painter observed. "Will you," said Nel son pouring out bumpers and touching his ' glass violently against West's, "will you. Mr. West? Then I hope I shall die in the next battle." He sail ed a few days later and West paint ed "The Pcs.th cf Nelson." London Chronicle, 8 p. m. each week night. U3 show you. g our veilings. FAIR East Washington St. - PHIL C. ENSIGN, GENERAL LIVERY. BOARDING HOF.SES A SPECIALTY. Call and see. Corner of First and Adarcs streets. Horses for sale. Wait until prices of land double? You cannot make a safer investment than in buying Salt River Val ley Real Estate now. For Sale at a Bargain SO acres in alfalfa under S. R. V. Canal with water rights; also some snaps in Inside Residence Property. B.A.Ficas&Co 17 ll First Avenue. A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES. Itching, IT.nd, Bleeding or Protrud ing Piles. Your druggist will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails t-j cure you, in t to 14 days. aOc. We have often wondered what a preacher says when his wife asks him if he lyved any woman before her. Tell the truth? Atchison Glnh.