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5SV FOR SALE 65 acres under the Grand Canal, four miles from town. Price $1,750. E. K. Pascoe, 110 North Center street. AM EBXJBLIGAW $1,800 buys a neat five room brick cottage, lot 50x137 Vi feet, east front. located In Churchill add. Small pay- rj 1 ment down; balance easy monthly in stallments. E. K. Pascoe. 110 N. Center cjE&BESsaassaaBESiaaBBHBa rOUKTKKNTII YKAII. PlIOKMX, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY JI()KMN(J, DECEMUEU 2, UHV.l. VOL. XIV. NO. -' THE ZONA 14 THE CUBAN BILL !i Was Dwelt Upon in a Way By the Senate. THE ONLIEST QUESTION It is Agreed by ltoth Senators and Representatives That That Was the Only Matter for Which They Were tailed Together. Washington, . C, Dee. 1. The nm part of the time of today's execu i. , session i)f the Semite wan devoted ii .1 discussion of the scope and chiir- ti-r of thf ;isi"i-rnient with referent"? i i the time of taking a vote on tli" I'ulaii reciprocity bill. It developed luring the discussion that the demo crats had m-.derstood Senator Aldrich tii say that the Cuban bill was to be the only matter considered. Senator Teller stated thf.t an agree ment had been made with Senator Aid rich and the democrats? considered it binding. When it wa made known that Sen ator Aldrich bed entered into ail :igrceineiit thf republicans made no lurther objection to the suspension of all business except the most routine ma'ier.s but Senator Klkins observed that 1.0 thought a less misunderstand ing would arise if the republican lead ers would make known their arrange nients in the event they left the city or . (it Id no be present to explain them en the Moor of the senate. Several democrats, in explanation ot their opposition to taking up business other than that agreed upon, said that many senators had left Washington end that it would not be fair to them tn transact during their absence mat ters in which tr-y were vitally in terested. NO TIME TO "TALK." Washi.igton. Pec. I. The house at' ection of Land 1 J Under the Tempe Canal, with Tempe water. For I particulars apply to R. K. GREENE, 42 North Centir. H JUVENILES' BIKES Full Line Just Received, Sizes 20 leches to 26 Inches. PRICES $18.00 TO $25.00 PHOENIX CYCLE CO. 22 W. Adams. 'Phone Red 521. SILVERWARE! IFOR RENTI 'i SILVERWKRE RICH DESIGNS, ELEGANT AND NEW. Carting sets, chafing dishes, platters, knives, forks, spoons, pieces, etc. A large stock of Sterling silver novelties for Christmas gifts. Select now. WATCHES, DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY. ' To buy at Cook's is the best possible guarantee. GEO. H. COOK, Jeweler, 134 W. Washington St. P&0ENIX, ARIZONA. Screens for Fireplaces Made to Order. Andirons and Fire Sets in Brass and Wrougt Iron. D. H. BURT1S- -- - 15 Eait Washington Slreat. ASK FOR WHAT YOU WANT, WE'LL SEE THAT YOU GET IT. Pn you want a furnished house or flat? We have them at prices ranging from $2 to Sir.'. Elegantly furnished tind supplied with all modern conven' 1 in es. I to you want a residenc e, c ity or suburban? AVe are sure we can 1 ! ise you. We have a large list and can furnish just what you want at prices ranging from $Tt0 to $9,000. T'vo choice properties in Mesa City. I iiL'.- line ol ranch pitperty. Store and office rooms for rent. WOOD-O'NEILL REAL ESTATE CO. THE PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK PHOENIX. ARIZONA. T'nld-tip Capital. tl00,ij-i0. Surplus and Undivided Profits, J7.VXK1.00. T:. P. :.U'.!;, President. T. W. PKIIHBRTON, Vice President. 11. J. McOHTNO, "asliir. W. 1'. DOUiH, Assistant Cashier. .-hocl-liiM-d Vaults unci Steel Safely Deposit Uoxes, Ceneral Banking. Eusi nfr:;. lM:tts on all principal cities of 'he world. IlIi:t'T)lt.S: E. 15. (Jage. T. W. Pemhc rton, F. M. Murphv, T. M. Ferry, R. N. I'ri'ilcricks. U. H. Chalmers. F. T. Alkire, J. M. Ford, 11. J. McC'lung. THE PRESCOTT PREHCOTT. ARIZONA Pnid-np Capital. $100,000. Surplus nnd I'ndivided Profits. $.-.0,000.00. V. T. MI'RI'lIT; President. MOP.RIf fJOLDWATKR, Vice Presid-nt. H. X. I MiKDlittirKS, ('ashler. c HiJANl N." Assistant Cashier. I'.rixiklvn Clirowie Steel-lined Vaults and Safe Deposit Poxes. A general bank ing hiisiiu'ss transacted. Directors F. M. Murphy. E. B flase. Morris Uoldwa ter. John C. Ilerndon, F. !. Rrecht. D. M. Ferry. R. N. Fredericks. Lons Idslance Telephone No. Wl. ter being in r.ession fur a little more than mi hour today adjourned until Friday. The time vvas c!ne!'y cousin. i ed in a tari'T debate. . V.'hon Mr. Payne had offered the motion to adjourn Mr. Willi-nns, th minority lender, suggested that they would like about thirty minutes fi a side for debate, whereupon Mr. Payne asked the consent of the house. The speaker, announcing tne request said: "The gentleman from New York at the suggestion of the gentleman fro. i Misfssippi, asks unanimous consent that there be a thirty minutes talk on a side." In terming it ' talk" instead o: "de bate." tiie speaker evoked laughter from both sides of the house. Mr. PeArmond (democrat of Mis souri) in a humorous vein criticised the majority, while Mr. Williams (Mis sissippi) and Mr. Gainc:!. (Tenn.) dwelt on the tariff policy of the repub lican!?. ' On the republican side Mr. Hepburn Urwa), Mr. Grosvetior, (Ohio), Mid Mr. Hctneiiuay (Indiana) replied, defend ing the policy of their party .the latfr two . also responding to charges of dereliction made against t lie -majority. o THE COLORADO WAR The Troops Are Hurrying To and Fro. There May Bs Trouble at Telluride and There May Be Disturbances in the Coal Districts. ' Pueblc, Colo.. Dec. 1. Company C, the newly organized Pueblo company of the national gurd. are under or dus to le:ive tomorrow at nrort. ('apt. George Dickerman stated that lie was not authorized to males public the des tination of the company. It is learned from other sources thit the company will go to Cripple Creek or Telluride, probably the latter place. The new equipment was received to night. Theiv ar.' C5 men in the organ ization. General Superintendent Shr.p.v.n, of the Victor Fuel company, was in this illy today and in answer to a question as to the probability of President John Mitchell, president of the I'nit ed Mine Workers, b-in aide to settle the strike in the south -rn fields, said that his c( inpany would extend no fur--fcr-.c-r courtesies than it had so ct'nr r strike leaders and that his company would not yield an inch from its first position in the trouble. Jchn Gehr. J. V. McDonald and Con K M"hc-r, all oflicia's Ol Uie I'nited Mine Workers, l.-fi Pueblo for Trini dad tonight to meet President Mitch ell, upon his arrival. None wculd say anything regarding th- i.lar.s enter tained by President Mitchell. o THE NEW MEXICAN FIND ' Aa Authoritative Report Regarding1 ! the Gold StriKe. Topeka, Kas., Dec. 1. W. J. B!ae!:, general passenger agent of the S.iul.i Fe. has just received a message from the agent at F.ineon, N. M., advising that the recent gold strikes on th? we-t side of the Ca'oallo mountains are even richer than indicated by the first re potts. The gold fields run from the hank 4 of the Rio Grande river back to thu mountains, making it the greatest jilacer lield ever located. A stage line has been started and plies between Rinoon and the gold fields. Groceries and outfitting hate started upon the fields and the crowds SILVERWARE! NATIONAL BANK of sold -seek'Ts pojriti;; ill are being v. ell tak'-n cart: of. As the Kat.ta Fe agent mads an in upeetioii' of tin- locality, bis report i based on his personal knowledge of tlus existing "onditic'is. It is anticipated that the crowds will be greatly increased as soon as the. existence of these virgin fields of gold "necoir.es bettor known. THE D00XS ARE CLOSED Total Registration for Water Bond; Election is 1206. The office rf the registrar closed promptly at 12 o'clock last night ami the registration cf the water bond el ection i: over, the total number - of registrations being 1,206. - The last day's work was a lively one and the interest was kept up almost to the closnig hour. Fifty-eight names were added to the list between i ; o'clock and midnight, one man alone; rustling up about twenty voters ard I many others doing the best they could There were a number of interested cit izens at the ollice tiil the hour for (dosing arrived, and it was almost as entertaining an occasion a "si1 a election. The registration for the lust, bond elec tion v. as P-'O, the gain in numbers this time being 2SG. GRAND RAPIDS STEAL The Case Against Late Officials Made Worse by Voluntary Testimony. Orainl Rapids, Mich, Dec. 1. Al though the features of the examina tion cf ex-City Attorney 1-ant K. Salisbury in the water bocdie cases in jiolice court today were lacking in r e'.T'aticnal disclosures to compare ".ith yesterday's startling revelation?, his t?stimony was intensely interest ing because of voluntary statements made by the witness while undr cross 1 xamination. His testimony implicat ed r.o new names. Sahbury's testimony in the case of Ald:nnan Depagter, and ex-Alderman Muir. and McCcol as coin'det M at the morning session, but the car. against Alderman Ellen, of the Fir.-t ward, occuphd the attentioa of Judgj llaggeriy all the afternoon and Salis bury's cross-examination was mt (tniipl. ted when court adjourned. THE TYPHUS EPIDEMIC An Extraordinary Fatality in the Prevalence of the Disease. Puller. Pa., Dec. 1. Four deaths ar.d twenty-four new cases is the typiii-a. fever record today. The vi-ors-t feature of the. da.'s developments .vas th appearance cf uiiithoria in three out .r tve:ity-two c-hildivn, wh5 have ty phoid fever at St. Ptul's Oriihan heme. There are now sutHcient physicians and ntir'i'i ! tak? care of all the ::ck. BLOODY SHERMAN BELL The Adjutant General orColorado has Received Othar Evidence of His Fate. Denver, Colo., Dec. 1. Something cf a senvation was caused at the state house this morning, when it was an nounced that General Sherman M. Ihll had received through the mails the bloody ting'r cf a man accompan ied -by a hdter threatening to follow it with other parts of the body of a Rirppcsed prisoner unlsss the troops were at oncti withdrawn from Tellur ide. General Pell at once turned the letter over to the postal officials and is understood that a very short inves tigation developed the fact that the finger came from a local surgeon's of fice and that it was sent to Gen. Bell p.s a joke by certain newspaper re porters. General Bell is said to be very much displeased at the " grue some joke. Highly Improved Subur ban Ranch. CO acres highly improved, all in alfalfa, 10 room house, windmill, running water, bath rooms and all modern conveniences. At great bargain. SO acres four miles south east of Phoenix, splendid soil for market gardening. .$1,200 Several extra good bargains in 20 and 40 acre highly improved ranches. Ample funds loaned at lowest rates to assist purchasers. Ilomeseekers cheerfully furnish ed with full information. DWIGHT B. HEARD sea: 5X2S STAR DYE WORKS. Geo. E. Godfrey, Prop. Expert cloaning, dyeing and repair ing of ladies and gents' garments. 23 South First ave, 'phona Red 533. DOWIL BROKEN The Beginning of the End of the New Zion is in Sight THINGSTIIATMUSTBEMET Elijah 11 Does not Know How to Meet Them He Suggests Trips Abroad and Altogether Leaves His Follow ers to Believe That the Fallacy is at an End. Chicago. Dec. 1. Financial difficult ies which began during the crusade oi Tohn Alexander Dowle, the self-styied "ICIijah 111.," and his restoration hof Jo New York, a month ago, and wh::!i have been rapidly increasing fduce Dowie's return, culminated tonight la Ihe federal court's taking charge of all the property controlled by Dowie in Zion City,' III. This town, which was founded two years aso by Dowie, has a popula tion of over lO.OuO, is tha general heid cpia.rters for Dowie's church and Is sa'.d to repressers t an expenditure of $20, O0O.O0O. J.'red M. Plount, cashier of the Chicago National bank, and Albert D. furrier, a law partner of Congress man Poutell, were appointed receive) s of the property. Thir bonds were fixed at $100,000 by Tudf-'p Kohlsaat, of the United State district court, who m;ule the appoint ment on the petition of several credit ors. The receivers left for Zion City toi.ight to take possession of the pros- OJtV. The bankruptcy proceedings against Dowic were based on the allegation tlisst he is insolvent, and that while- In this financial condition he committed an act of bankruptcy by making a pre- ferer.tia! payment on Nov. 4 to the K. St;oeter Lumber company of $37T0. Dowie has been hard pressed by his (txPuks ami especially since it is an nc.ur.cit his recent mission to New York had been unsuccessful financial ly. Dowie is known to have accumu lated a large sum as the head of tho Christian Catholic church, th.? cssets being estimated at hc-tsve?n $2f',000.00 ov.d S30,noo.00o. There v.as a large out I.iy of money, however, when Zion City was started. The lac-e and ciiinjy indus-tru-s were started and as both of the: ventures have not been paying invest ments a great deal more muney wa? tied Up. Do.vk.'s differences with his brothe:--in-t-.w, Sleveriyon, over the manage ment of the lace factory cost mare than 2100.000 and other suits recently b-jgun .In Luke county by creditors are said to aggregate a large sum. Attorney Ettell soii, representing the petitioning cied iu.rs, in his argument before Judg.? Kc.V.isaat said: "The creditors whom I i-eprcfaent have reason to believe that Dr. Dov.de Is Insolvent." "Judgments have bs?n oc cumulating am-.ii:it;t him for several weeks past and tbtre was every Indication that the overseer of the Zion Congregation could not pay his debts. In such a crisis the cr-ditors sought protection far their in- erosts in the bankruptcy court. It is hr jxssible to estimate the liabilities or assets of Dowie. Zion's affairs ar '. :omrlicaled and it will take several weeks, I believe, before any idea or Dowie's finmices can be had." Tudge Kohlsu.it at lirst 'refused t .nppolnt 1 receiver for the property, on the ground that Dowie should hava notice of so Important a proceeding. After listening to a further account of Dowie's nrtairs from Mr. Kttellson. Judge Kohlsatt decided it would Pe well to have the receivers appointed h'-fore the property at Zion City could be dissipated. fie therefore entered the order ap pointing Messrs. Plount and Currlar. Last Wednesday, Dowie's prst con fession of weakness was made at a rally in the tabernacle at Zion City. "A lot of you people have cash m your pockets," Dowie said to his fol lowers. 'Dig down and get It out. II. Is God's and we need it in his work. You are cowards if you don't give it up. Deposit it." Dowie had talked in the same form for an hour .with tears In his eyes when he told of the financial strait in which the Zion industries found themseHes. Instead of frightening many Into depositing, th appeal sent a lohg line of people to the bank on, Frldav whet: they lined up at the paying teller's window drawing out their money. Less lhnn 53.000 was deiiosited in the bark n Friday, while the amount, with drawn was twice as much. 1 . Late In the afternoon. A. W. 01 -a ham I cf "vVaukegan, tried to withdraw ISon tatHl was told that he would have to 1 give thirty days' notice before l:e cou'J I get h'.-i 'money. Yesterday another appeal was mad J Dy Dowie for funds, but the depositors , who appeared we re few and the de- ' nosttfi W.l'f ctliftlv in ti-ivinl nmnnnltf I r ' ........ 1 Today Dowie asked the menders or I the Zirn more urgently than ever for money, lie declared that ne must have S300.00I. without del-jv. This sum he srid he was willing to take In shott loans, but that they must j be forthcoming immediate lv. In th , enort tc remedy the condition of af ! fairs at Zion City, hundreds of letters I were rent out early to Dowie's follow -; ers In other parts of the country. In these letters In which glowing pros- pects of the city's future were painted and in winch Dowie himself is praying f that those who believe in him will "fol low toe Lonj. All UowPMies 11 ro urged, almost commanded, to sell thoir homes, stores nnd everything else and come at once to Xlon City and take up the work of the church. All of those who have money hi banks were asked to draw thr.t money out of the local banks and send it for deposit at Zion City. It is declared to be a. fact that the employes of the manufactui ing in dustries have not been paid in from lour to six v.c-tks. What little they "1.1 ve received is sa!d to have been paid entirely in the Zion City 'coupon books. TCarly in the week before last Dowie made a personal trip through the vari ous siiops. It has been customary at Zion City tc start each day's work in the shot) with fifteen minutes de voted to prayer service. On the day in question, it Is said. Dc-wii went to enen of the shop3 and talked for more than two hours to the employes. He told hi3 followers and others that they must either wait'or their salaries or must endure a substantial cut In wages. This was agreed to. In one shop a non -member of Dowie's Mock asked Dowie why he was going to Australia. If his finances were so bad. "Pe-haps I may not be able to go at all." he "inletly replied. "I may have to stay and see that things are set right before I leave." The receivers, with their attorneys, aiml Custodian. Hed'ieske, with six depu ty marshals, went out to Zic.n City to night to s?rve upon Dowie the notice cf the t ?oci verih!;?. Iledieske and his de puii ? wer.t to the bank, while the oth ers colled upon Dir.vie at his residence. As the officers were about to demand imssc'ssicn of the bank a man ran from the rear dour. One of the deputiesover took him and a sec ond man" came run ning from the bank dtouting, "Lit me have those papers; I will get away with them." Itedierke threatened to place them under arrest unless they iieturned at ones to the bank, which they did. He then placed th? bank and thethreimsn in it under guard. Whip: this was tak ing place at the bank, the receive! s and their attorneys e-alled ujion. Dowie and ivad him, the petition aimd order of the court, whiedi plac-ed Zion in the hand of a receiver. After hearing the peti tion Dowie locked himself up with sev eral of his leading subordinate?. He refused to allow himself to be Sc?en o: to make any statement, merely Eending out word that he had nothing to say. The order of court issued today com pels Dowie to appear in court on De cember 11. Dowie made his advent in Chicago as a divine healer in 1892. P.enting a small apartmeiit. he began the treatment of persons afflicted with every known kind of disease and soon hundreds were coming to sie him. He called himself the head of tha Interna-j tionai Divine Jleallng r.ssoc lation ana , had a tabernacle constructed on Stony Island avenue, near Sixty-third street, whrre his congregation held it9 lirst service. Outgrowing th?se quarters in a few yea is, he loosed a tabernacle at Mic higan avenue and Thirteenth street, paying for it an immense rental. For several years the services were hel I there. As the congregation grew he re- chrh-teiivd his organization the Chris-;,,. : . , . ,. .- . v. , r.t, 1 1 .v. the impression is that, the pending ban Catholic Church in Zion and three !,. - , ' . ., , , , . ... . .1 nominations will have to be- made years asro leased, the Auditorium in . , which to hold his Sunday gathering? All this time he kept up his divine heal- j ing, and many of thoss who came to him to be healed became his staunchest supporters cf the church. It wa3 shortly cftcr he began th- ser vices in the Auditomtm that he an nounced that he wa the successor of Klijah, the prophet of God, and that hip teachings and actions were inspired. Four yearns ago Dowie legan negotia tions for the purchase of the land north Postcn. Dec. 1. After a hard fought of Waukerran on which Zion City new contest Marvin Hart, of Louisville, stands. Ha,ving secured options on a wan given the decision over Kid Car tract of C400 acres, he platted it. Eighty , ter of Brooklyn in a fifteen-round out a.rres were set aside for the lace factory j at the Criterion Athletic c lub to on which the industrl il hop3 of Zion ! night. City were founded. Samuel Stevenson ! The fight was stopped by Referee went to Nottingham, England, ordered j Buckley within one minute of the and pi'd deposit: on 100 hue making time limit and when Carter wai near machines, which, with the accessories, j ly ut. when hi id down in Chicago, cost almost 'The first twe rcunds were slow. In $l.fMi,nco. Zion City was formally open- tne third, Hart floored Carter with a ed July 14, 1901, when Dowie took up his headouarters "th-re in an old farm house? .after miking a speech of conse cration. o NOVEMBER COPPER TRADE A Great Faluns' Off of Exports Com fared with Those of Last Year. New York Dec. 1. Ther? was con siderable increase of activity in to day' Etoclc market and a generally higher range resulted. The movement continued hesitating, somewhat ir regular, and the small net changes which resulted in some of the more ac tive stocks left a suspicion of profes sional manipulation. STOCKS. Atchison C7; do pfd. !11; N. J. Cen tral 154;. C. and O., CIVi; Big Four, 73M; C. and S., 13; do pfd.. 53Vi; sec end pfd., n'a: Erie, 27: Great Nor thern pfd., 1C0: Manhattan, 13?: Met ropolitan, 117: Mo. Pacific, 91: N. Y. Central. 117: Penna., U'-hir., S. L. and S. F.. pfd., CO. second pfd., 454: Paul, 110: So. Pac, 40'4; Union' Pac, 75; Amal. Ccpper. 39: Sugar. 12D4: Anaconda. 67: U." S. Steel. 11; do pfd., 52; Western Pnion. 8S: Santa Fe, 1. BONDS. P.ef. s. reg. lOo'i; coupon, 106; 3s. reg. and coupon 107; new 4s. reg. and ccuron. 133; old 43. reg and coupon, 110; fs. reg. and coupon, 101'4. METAL. New York, Dec. 1. Copper advanced 7s. Cd. to 55 for spot and 2s. 6d. to fn 10s. for futures in London. Local ly, copper was more c.r less- nominal. Lake is quoted at $12.00 to $12.50; elec trclyiic at $12.12 1-2, and casting at $12.00. Lead was unchanged at 11, 3s. 9d. j in London, and at $4.25 in New York. Spelter advanced 2s. 6d to 20, 12s. 6d. in London, but was lower locally with spot quoted at $5.10. Experts of copper for the month of November according to the compila tion O; a New York metal exchang?, were 14,5-0 tons, making the total for the 11 months 102,303 tons against 153.513 tons last year. Par silver, 5GVi; Mexican dollars, 2. CATTLE AND SHEEP. Chicago, Dec. 1. Cattle: Receipts, 6.000. including 1.500 westerns, steady. Good to prime steers, $5.20fu5.S5; poor to medium, $3.50tfi 4.50; stackers and feeders, $2.(K4.10; cows, $1.50ij4.00; heifers, $2.0Kft.7r; oanners, $l.M)Ti -40: cows, bulls, J'-VCOCt 4.30; calves. f'SMii 4.7.r; Texas fed steers, $3.0(Ky 4.00; west ern steers. $3.0ctfi'4.r.0. Sheep Utcc ipts, l.ttie,,. steady. Good to choice wethers, $3.2.'A4.2!i; fair to choice mixed, $3.C0ft5.75; western shcp, JS.OOfhi.ljO; native, lamlm, $3.r.0fn" 5.SC; western lambs, $3.00(i 4.C1. GRAIN. Chicago, Dec. 1. May wheat opened at 81 to 81, declined to SOU, and closed at 8CiSl. May corn closed at 42rr42V&. May oats closed at 3', after ranging between 3'53t36. WOOL AND HIDES. Boston, Dee. 1. There have been few dealings in the wct.1 market the past week. Prices, however, have held steady. Values as a whole weakened somewhat of late. At the same Jtime there is no piessure to sell and deal ers yet hold that. their wools are god property. There is quiet trading in W"- riicry wools at unchanged prices. The market for pulled wools Is quiet, with ce.iditions steady. The foreign wool market is steady. THE CASE OF WOOD Also Other Matters Before the Senate. It LocKs now as if the Nonination of the Brigadier General to be Made Major General Will Have to be Of fered Again. Washington, Dec. 1. Snnw discus sion has been indulged in by senators concerning the effect tf adjournment without action on the nomination of General Leonard Wood, to be major- general and other nominations de- pending unon his confirmation, and widely uifferet views have been ex pressed. According to the standing rules of the senate it will be nece."- sary, in the event these nominations are not confirmed a"l the present ses sion, for the president to send them again to the senate. Some ouestiou has arisen as to the ! effect if no ; adjournment occurs, but IIARTER SEAT CARTER Bat it T00K the Fifteenth Round to Decide It. ! right but after taking the count hegot up and clinched. From that time until the ninth both men fought savagely. Hart having the better of the battle. Carter was knocked down several times, but Halt's blows seemed to lack force, and the Brooklyn boy al ways arose before the "ten seconds expired. In the ninth, Carter drove a hard left at Hart's face, making a big cut ever his left eye, which bled freely. Hart was dazed, but managed to con tinue the round. During the next four rounds the, men went at it hard and fast. Hart scoring the most points and Carter being knocked down repeatedly. The Brooklyn boy boxed pluckily, occas sionally landing some . terrific rights that made Hart stagger. The fourteenth round was a savage one. Carter le-cpened Hart's eye and the latter landed a wicked left cn Carter's nose. Carter was very grog gy and was finally knocked down, but the gong rang before he could ' be counted out. In th? fifteenth both contestants went in tc win, but Carter was so plainly outclassed that the referee stepped the fight, after two minutes of savage boxing, during which Car ter was knocked down twice. o GOVERNOR'S DEPARTURE Governor Brodie Leaves This Morning to Bring' BacK Mrs. Brodie. Governor Brodie left this morning for the east. He intended to go two months r.go after Mrs. Prodie who went last May to her former home in New, Jersey on account of her health. The governor was detained in the territory by the absence of Secretary Stoddard and as soon as possible after his return the governor arranged for his departure. Mrs. Prodie's health has been jrrent lv improved, especially since the set ting in of the cooler weather in the east" and it is thought that her pro longed stay there has been beneficial to her. She is now at Halifax, N. S.. nnd it i3 there that the governor will first go. Pefore his return he will vi.sit his friends in New York and will go to Washington. The governor and Mrs. Brodie will return to Phoenix . shortly after tho holidays. WEATHER TODAY. Washington, Dec. 1. Forecast New Mexico and Arizona, fair Wednesday and Thursday. JUST FOR FUN The Talk of aPcaccBcvveen Russia and Japan WAY IT IS TO BE SETTLED The Peace Plan so far Has Been De vised by Press Correspondents and Has not Had the Sanction of Either of the Parties Interested. Paris. Dec. 1. The Associated p. . learns that Japan and Itusjda are i th vcrg of a s -ttl-nient of th fr eastern controversy which pri.n I-s i. dissipate the war cloud that has leu hanging over boch count rb-s. Tl-.I-f set tlement will be the result of ne. tU tiuns which have been impending f. r some time ast and which we:.' a? ti ed by the friendly representations o France to Russia and Great Britain to Janan. The two nations have practicnllv agreeiLupon the basis of a treaty. lh signing of which can b - prevent d only by snm.? unexpected development. Ti b:ifis of this forthcomins ajjre.-mi!i follows: Russia v.11 accept the twi ag.-.ement entered into by Japan and Korea, d it. J l.Mifi and 1S9S. resenctlvcly. under wiiicU Japan secured various rights in Korea, including the maintenance of a caril pon at Scout. In exchange for this con cession. Japan will accept r.usit'. treaty vlths China respecting Man churia. It is" believed, though this ctn not be stited as positively, that Japxn and Russia will reiterjte their supjo t of the priniiip'.pf of the "open door" and ' the Integrity of China and of Korea. In diplomatic and official circles hi much gratification is expressed at tic satisfactory stage upon which th-. ne gotiations between Russia and Jau.m have, now entered. Before the recent visit of Count Ln -dorff. the Russian foreitrn m'riisur t Paris, on which occasion he accompiu ied the Cazr. France and Cleat Prit-ibi. as a rpsult of the entente existing be tween them, had agreed to use their ln fiiune with Rtu-sia and Jjpan respect ively, for the purpose of s-vlltlng ;. nmicable agreement on the quest 1 :r. ia dispute. When Count Lamsdorff ar rived. M. del Cu--e. the Frr.ch ferelir-i minister, took Decision to p'dnt out tr Interest which France had In a p-ac ful solution of the difficulty. At the same time M. chl Case t(!.l Count Lamsdcrff that it was eleail- nndeitood that no matter what the re sult, there wculd be no change, gener ally speaking, in the attitude of Fr.:rw- toward Russia. Count Lamsdortf fallv appreciated the delicccy of the Frem.U rivprcse-ntation but explained that tl- policy of the Russian government tend ed to a solution. In the meantime. (J:e it Britain had been making energetic rep resentations tc the Tokio government. Diplomats, therefore, give much cr.dlt to the resi'ective allies of the two ihi putants for the moderation which tin prevailed in the Russian and Japanese tiouncil'S. Informnlion hrvs been receive! ln to the effect that Japan is construct ing at 'eoul, barracks for leno m -p. though Fhe now maintains only S00 in ths Korean capital. This is .in cepted as a.n indication that Ja;,xn con templates the strengthening of her gar rison at Seoul. ' The emperor of Korea Is much agitat ed ovrr fhe situation In his country and I dertying himself to all organizer0, t v 'dentlv seeins: that the Russian mi l Japanese representativi s in Seoul will ask for an audience and present fr sh dtmnndi: . '. This attitude of the emperor was Il lustrated when the admiral of the French squadron, which put in at Che mulpo, proceeded to Seoul. whe e tto French minister asked an audience fo. the naval representative. The emperor declined to grant the reciuest. "CLEANING HOUSE." A Chcncjo of Food Cleans the Soul's House. When the body is clogged up by th.' use of Improper food and sickness yets in there is nothing so good as a "house cleaning" and the right way to do thi is to change the food, for although taking medicines may afford tempxiraiy relief a complete change of food ;.- much the surest and safest way. The highest medical authority in tb1 world, "The Lancet" of London, says of Grape-Nuts: "Our analysis 'show it is a nutritive of a high order sine. it contains the constituents of a com plete food in very satisfactory and rich proportion and in an easily as similable state." "About two years ago," says a resident Df Sprimjviiie. Ind., "I had terrible stomach trouble and although I tried all kinds of medi cines none of them cured me. I was so run down I could not eat. got veiv little sleep, and was dizzy-headed and miserable all of the time. Aoout that time a friend told me that the only way to cure my trouble was to change my food and recommended Grape Nut n. ' From my very first meal ef Grape Nuts my stomach began to get better and all the- improvements that come from a healthy stomach in place of an unhealthy one soon followed, and thi" was not all, for just as great an im provement came in my brain. All of the dizziness is gone and my brain i -. now clear and active. I 'can eat any thing I v. ar.t, sleep well and am alto gether a new man mentally and physi cal 1 v. "At the time I commenced to use this food I was nothing but a skele ton weighing 130 pounds but now I have got back my normal weight of nearly 200." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich There's a reason. 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