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w FOR SALE 65 acres under the Grand
f Canal, four miles from town. Price f $1,750. E. E. Pascoe, 1X0 North Center ARIZONA BEPTJBL $1,800 buys a neat five room brick cottage, lot 50x137 4 feet, east front, located In Churchill add. Small pay ment down; balance easy, monthly In stallments. E. E. Pascoe. 110 N. Center. street. roUJTISlSNTll YKAIJ. 1MIOEXIX, ARIZONA, TIIUliSDAY 3IOKXI'2, DIX'EMBEU i )(:;. vol. xiv. xo. tio:i THE ICAN BERLIN SCARED Russo-Japanese War Believ ed to be Imminent A CHANGE OF EMOTIONS The Conduct of Great Britain Leads to a Belief That She Will Ultimate' ly Desert Japan After Having Gain ed Her Ends in India. r.irlin, Dec. 2. Dispatches indicat ing the i-tlTllie tension of the IlU8o .l.ipanee situation has almost iiionoj-.-niied tlie atiention of the German press atnl oiticial world yesterday am! .m!;:y the danger of war was regarded as greatc Ulan ever. But this t'eelill.I was charged by the receipt of the an iiouucemeiit from Paris that a basis il settlement had Leen reached. This made the financiers hopeful apd piiies on the IliMir.se opened strong. Later a tide of alarming dispatches quickly reversed the favorable sent! -;n -lit and stopped tlie trading abso lutely. Orticial circles, however, take a more l.opi-ful view of the situation than th. pul)li-. Tiie hope that a war would be avert- ed is based, to a large extent, on the belief that Groat Britain will not earnestly support Japan. According to this official view. Groat liiilain's present policy is based on a desire to keep Russia engaged until I.ord Curzon. the viceroy ot India, has completed his tour of the Persian gulf and while the forward movement of the British in Thibet i3 in progress. JAPANESE MANEUVERS. Tokio, Nov. 17 via Victoria. Decem ber 2. At the Japanese army mane uvers now proceeding in which 40,000 troops are engaged, the emperor after receiving Sir Cyprian Bridge. British admiral of the China station, and other foreign officers, conferred ordeivs Section of Land Under the Tempe Canal, with Tempe water. For particulars apply to R. H. GREENE, The Phoenix Cycle Go. will repair your Rubber Tired Buqgy. 22 W. Adams. 'Phone Red G24. SILVERWARE! FOR RENT j SILVERWARE RICH DESIGNS, ELEGANT AND NEW. Carving 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. GBO. H. COOK, Jeweler, ' J 34 W. Washington St. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Screens for Fireplaces Made to Order. Andirons and Fire Sets in 'Brass and Wrougt Iron. D. H. BURT1S 15 East WasHington Street. FOR RENT Two-room furnished flat $25; four-room furnished flat $30; four-room furnished house, $20; four-room furnished house, horse and buggy S.35; six-room furnished house, bath, acre cf ground, $60; five room furnished bouse, bath, acre of ground, $50; five-room furnished house, $40; six-room furnished house, bath, gas and electric lights, $125. Unfurnished rooms in Alamo $3 per room. dHt WOOD-O'NEILL REAL ESTATE CO. THE PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK PHORX1X, ARIZONA. Paid-up Capital. ?100,lM). Surplus and Undivided Profits, J75,00nj(m. IT. H. GA'JI-;. rr.si l.nt. T. PKMRKRTON. Vice President. II. J. Med. I'M J. Cashier. F. DODtiK, Assistant Cashier. St. l-lined Vaults ami Fled Safety Deposit Uoxes, General Banking Bus l ncH. 1'raitH on all principal cities of i he world. D1HKCTOKS: K. H. Gage. T. W. Pemln rton. F. M. Murphy. TV M. Ferry, R. N. Fredericks. I... II. CI. aimers. F. T. Alkire, J. M. Ford. 11. J. McClung. THE PRESCOTT NATIONAL BANK PRESCOTT. ARIZONA Paid-up Capital, JIOO.UUO. Surplus and Undivided Profits. $,7,l00.0n. F. M. MURPHY. President. MORRIS OI.D'TKRt Vice President. R. N. FKKDKRICKS. Cashier. W. C. HRANDON: AssistRnt Cashier. Ktooklvn Clirome Steel-lined Vanlis and Safe Deposit Roxes. A general hark ing litiHiites transacted. Directors F. M. Murphv. 10. li Ja?e. Morris Goldwa tcr, John C. Herndon. F. O. Rrecht. I. M. Ferry, R. N. Fredericks. Long Distance Telephone No. EUL - on lortv-seven visit ins; military men of . whom ' fo. ly were ChiiMte, -li others being Russians, French. Gcr inan and Dutch. The emperor viewed an engagement which look place in a wide expanse of rice fields nears Furusato. A review was held by the emperor at Shinieji on November 1C, followed by an imperial br.no.uet attended by the principal Japanese ollicers and visiting military men, 1.000 being present. JAPAN BUYS SHIPS. Santiago de Chile, Dec. 2. The bat tleship Libertad, now undergoing a speed trial on the Clyde, and the bat tleship Constitution, now in course of construction there, have been sold by the Chrlan government for $9,000,000. It . is believed that both ships have been purchased for Japan. . o OUTBREAK OF ACTIVITY. Resumption of Work in Pittsburg Manufacturing District. Pittsburg. Pa. Dec. 2. Indications are that nearly every industry i Braddock. Homestead and the Turtl Creek valley will In? working double time within ten days, us orders are fast accumulating. Piacticaliv all employes laid off at the Homestead works, the Howard Ax! works. Mesta Mai bine company plant and the Westinghouse Electric ompany's plant have been put U workagain and many of the smaller manufacturing concerns that ha been shut down are preparing to re fi'.jine. MISSOURI BANK ROBBERY. Caruthersville. Mo., Dec. 2. Robbers wrecked the safe of the bank at Hayti near here with nitroglycerine and es caped with an amount estimated at $10,000. THE PENNSYLVANIA AND W. U Pittsburg, Pa., Dec. 2. By agre ment the dispute between the Penn sylvania Railroad and the Wester" Union Telegraph company will I" taken to the United States drcut court or appeals. A SUDDEN SUMMONS Joseph J. Foley of San Francisco Found Dead Last Evening. Jr.sphe J. Folev cf San Francisco was fuund dead in his room at the Vendome last evening about 7 o'clock by Policeman Andrews. A subr-equerit Investigation by Coroner J. M. Bur nett and a iurv resulted in a verdict that death ensued from natural causes, and the tody was placed under th ar of the Fraternal Order of '.-.- gls, pending Instructions from San Francisco. The proorictcr of the lodging house was una bio to open the door to the mat's room all day yesterday, and when nizht came ho became fearful that something was wrong and asked Officer Andrews to investigate. Mr. Andrews entered by a window and found the man on the bed. dead, nc witness before the jury thinks he saw Folev up town vesterday about noon. but those about the house did not see"! him during the day and the witness referied to might have been mistaken. In the room was found medicines for treatment of rheumatism of the heart of which the man had evidently been suffering, and U Is supposed a sudden attack proved fatal. He cams' hoie on Nov. 23d for the benefit of his health and from credentials found in hLs pocket It is learned that he was a member in good standing In a San Francisco lodg of Eagles and a Cal ifornia lodge of Elks. Also that he was a member in gcod standing of the Traveling Men's Protective Associa tion of the Pacific coast, and was a commercial representative of the firm of Cartan McCarthy and company. SILVERWARE! liquor dealers of San Francisco, let ters were found Irom his wife in Kan Francisco, and gave information nisi that they had a. cTiild. but the address of his wife was not given. Messages weie sent to the Eagles' ledge of Sa:t Francisco, and also to the llrni of Mc Carthy and company, asking for In structions, and asking that hits wi be notified. Mr. Foley was well attired, and In his purse was letween two and three hundred dollars. He also had a val uable diamond ring, the coroner tak ing charse of these effect NEW ATCHISON BRANCH. The Line from Arkansas City to Shawnee Opened. Guthrie, O. T.. Dec. 2. The Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe has begun the. operation of. its new line from Arkan sas City to Shawnee and Tecurnseh, a distance of 125 miles. The line has. just been completed to Newkirk. the trains running over the main line from this point to Arkansas City. o NOT BE WITHDRAWN Wood Nomination Before . the Senate Today It has Been Given Out From theWhite House That Action Must be TaKen Upon it One Way or Another. Washington, Dec. 2. Without en deavoring ia any manner to influence the sepate committee on military af fairs in its investigation of the nomi nation of General Wood, both the sec retary of war "and the president an; watching the developments carefully. It can be said that at present there is net the slightest I probability that General Wood will be called from the Philippines to testify in his own be half. The testimony is proceeding in accordance with plans of the commit tee but as yet it cannot be foretold hov long the inquiry may continue. The president sent the nomination lo the senate and it is proiosed that the senate shall pass upon it. It can be said that it will not bo withdrawn RESTORATION OF A BANK. A Plan for t!-e Starting up of the Mexican International. Mexico City, Dec. 2. President Hunt, cf the recently suspended National Rank and Trust company, has formu lated a plan for the reorganisation cf that institution, which he has sent from New York. The plan is substantially as follows: A securities or holding company will be formed to take 51 per cent of the stock of the bank, to be formed r.nj-?r the Mexican laws, with a capital of $!7. COO.OOO silver. The depositors in ihf de funct bank will bo asked to take f.toek in the new institution for liftv per cent of their deposits and rec3iv the remaining fifty per cent of c?po.sit? !n cash. The new bank will have lojal direc tors as well as American directors--. U is figured that the ujpositcr- of the international bank woqld eventually get the- full amount of their deposit:? in this way If desired, as it is claimed that the stock of the new :nt'uu ic n would soon be salable at par. THE DREYFUS CASE. rhe Revision Commission Not Going Into it Precipitately. Paris, Dec. 2. only Incidental men tion was made of the Dreyfus case at the weekly sitting of the revision com mission today, when before the end of the proceedings General Mercier. the senior member, excused himself on thu grounds that he had to examine tha Dreyfus documents transmitted by the minister of Justice. , General Mercier added that he wouli make his report as soon as possible bt.t that he did not believe he could do so before the lapse of ten days. & 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. Homeseekers cheerfully furnish ed with full information. 1 DWIGflT B. HEARD STAR DYE WORKS. Geo. E. Godfrey, Prop. Expert cleaning, dyeing and repair ing of ladies and gents' garments. 23 South First ave, 'phone Red 533. PANAMA SIGNS One End of the Isthmian Treaty Disposed of IS TO BE HURRIED BACK A Desire That Favorable Action Shall be TaKen at This End as Soon as Possible An Arrangement for Reyes to Present His Grievance. Washington, Dec. 2. Two telegrams, one from the junta, and the other lrom the .minister cf foreign affairs of the republic of Panama, announcing the approval of the Hay-Bunau-Varilla treaty were received today. They are as follows: "Panama, Dec. 2. At 10:30 a. m., the junta has finished the examination and approved and signed the canal treaty. '(Signed) ESPRELLA, "Minister of Foreign Relations. "Panama, Dec 2. We are happy to ccnununicate to your excelency that we have just ratified the Hay-Uunau-Varila treaty without modification and unanimously. This official act has been received with unanimous approbation. "J. AKRANGO, "THOMAS ARRAS. "M. ESPINOSA, "Members of the Junta." Minister Eunau-Varilla will commu nicate the news received by him to Secretary Hay. The treaty as approved and signed by the Panama junta wil be promptly returned to M. Bunau-Varilla at Wash ington. To insure the safe and prompt transmission without interference by officials anywhere the treaty will be entrusted to Consul General Gudger at Panama, who will forward it to Washington in the diplomatic mail pouch. Instructions to this effect alrea dy have been sent to Mr. Gudger by Secretary Hay. This courtesy was ex tended at the request of Minister Bu-nau-Varilla. who is anxious that there shall be no interruption to the safe return cf the approved treaty to Washington. REYES' RECEPTION. Washington, Dec. 2. Dr. Herran, the Colombian charge, called at the state department today and arranged with Secretary Hay that the latter should formally receive General Rejes tomor rrw. The doctor discussed at length with , the secretary the existing situa tion, but will leave it to General Reyes to broach the suggestions with which they have been charged. The Colom bian government is locking to a set tlement of the dispute between Col m bia and Panama. Secretary Hay will give a courteous reception to General Reyes, but it is clear in view that the administration's stps taken as to Panama cannot be retracted, and it follows that Panama, being in sovereign possession o ihr light of way of the canal, there can be no negotiations with Colombia looking to the acquisition from her of any. right to the canal f.trip. Runau-Varilla, the Panama minister, called just after Dr. Herran had left to ascertain the latest advices from the isthmus. THE WRECK OFTHE SEWALL Farther Story of Killing of a Part of Her Crew by Savages. Victoria. P. C. Dec! 2. The steamer Iro Matu, which arrived tcday from the orient, brought Captain and Mrs. Hoelstad. of the wrecked American ship, Benjamin F. SewalL and he con firms the report that ten of the crew were killed by savages of Tobago is land, eft the Formosan coast. Search ing parties found two of the men be longing to the mate's boat which had fallen Into the hands of the natives. The two, Richard Reinwsld and Ju lian Ca'lco. had been kept alive lo car ry wcoJ. and when found were naked and their bodies blistered and sore. The clothing belonging to, the others, and identified by Captain Hoelstad. was found in a savage viHaga, where ;all were killed. What disposition was ; made of their bodies It was impossible ! to learn. . Those who were killed were Jo3oph i Morris, third mate; Thomas Pickle and ; his wife, a Japanese woman; the Chi Jr.ese carpenter and Chinese ccok; Hen ,ry Adams, an American negro; Peter "Johnson: a Chilean and three Japan ' ese seamen. Since the wreck the Unit (ed States consul at Shanghai ha3 re ceived advices from the United States that the dead officer had been left heir , to $28,000. The manner of the Sewall's loss was detailed In the Associated Press cables previously. UTAH STRIKERS WEAKEN. Thsy Propose Terms Which are Not Accepted. Salt Lake, Utah. Dec. 2. A special from Scofield, Utah, quotes Wm. i Price, the United Mine Workers' rep resentative there, as stating that the strike would be declared off and the men at once return to work, provided the Utah Fuel company would guaran- : tee that no discriminations were made against the employment of union men In the future. "If we are not given that guar antee," Mr. Price 13 quoted as saying, "the fight will be continued as long as the national org?nization exists." When, President Kramer, cf the Utah Fuel company, was rhown the Price in-terview, he paid: "To work union men and non-union men In the mines is impossible. Men who refused to join the pnion would be Intimidated and there would be too much danger of accidents. We eie wil ling to take back all strikers who have not been agitators and wh.i have not destroyed properly, provided lliey will give up their union cards. That Is as fa- as we can go." " Attorney General Breeden, who re turned today from the strike distiict. expressed the opinion that it would X'rcbably be necessary for the troops to remain at the coal mines thiily days longer, or until tlie evictions of minors from company property shall have been effected. THEY MET IN THE FOG. Two Collisions Yesterday Between Chicago Cars. Chicago, Dec. 2. A dense fog this morninsr was responsible for two street car collisions, resulting in one Tatality and. the Injury of a score of others, several seriously. The first was between the south side elevated trains on Forty-first street. The second collision was between Cot tage Grove avenue cable cars. . o HOPE IN MITCHELL Head of the United Mine Workers is at Trinidad His Coming' Attended by a Suspension of the Businees of the Town A Be lief That He Will End the StriKe. Triiiidad, Colo., Dec. 2. Amid pro longed cheering and waving of hats and handkerchiefs. President John Mitchell of the United Mine Workers of America, arrived in Trinidad af six o'clock' tonight over the Santa' Fe, eleven hours late. Over three thous and men, women, children and peo ple in all walks of life greeted his ar rival. As Mitchell stepped from the train a squad of thirty police sur rounded him to keep the crowd back, which were pressing in a human masa to get a glimpse of. him and shake hands with him. One thousand miners, surrounded the cab containing Mr Mitchell. John F. Ream, the personal represen tative of Mr. Mitchell and President Howells of District No. 15. . were es corted through the main thorough fare of the city to the hotel, a dis tance cf four blocks, it being a cor. ! Unual ovation along the route. Mr. Mitchell went into the hotol, registered himself and inimediattly retired to his j room with several members of ihn I national board. Tlie crowds packed the streets, stop ping all traffic for fully an hour, clamoring for a speech. State L,abcr Commissioner Montgomery and John Li. Gehr. national organizer, address ed the crowds, saying In substance that Mr. Mitchell had been sick, and was tired out from his long journey, and was unable to make an address tonight, but would make a public ad dress before leaving, due notice of which would be given. The crowd Im mediately dispersed. Tonight a secret conference it being held, those present being Mr. Mitch ell and the members of the national board,, who are here, and officials of District No. 15, and the presidents at the various miners' unions. Nothing was given out. The miners look on Mr. Mitchell as their savior. Nearly all of them think he will settle the strika before leaving her MIGHTY COST OF FREEDOM Demands of Patriots LiKely to Swamp the Cuban Government. Washington. Dec. 2. Mr. Squires, United States minister to. Cuba, called at the state department today to dis cuss the Cuban situation with Secre tary Hay. President Palma. is striv ing to adjust the claims of. the vet erans of the Cuban army for back pay. hut is confronted with an enormous Increase In the amount of 'theso ilaims, which were originally' about 10.000.000 in' the aggregate, and hav now Increared to $15,C00,00C. In addition the civilians who wer employed by the revolutionary gov ernment before Cuban independence was achieved, have united to present their claims for compensation, the al lowance of which would increase the total amount which the Cuban govern ment must borrow to not less than $75.10.000. o PLATT'S EXPLANATION It Related to the Removal of a Friend of Gov. Odell. Now Yoik, Dec. 2. Governor Odell late this afternoon announced the res ignation of Mr. Lynn Bruce, from the chairmanship of the ' republican com mittee cf New York county. Mr. Bruce was urged to remain by Mr. Odell, who assured him of his hearty supiort. but he said thnt the pressure of piivate duties rendered hts retirement impera tive. The Announcement of Mr. Uruce's resignation came as a climax cf a day nf conferences, participated la by the governor. Senator Piatt, George W. Dunn, chairman or the republican state committee, Mr. Bruce and others. After these conferences. Governor Odtll is-sucd a statement, saying that conclusions satisfactory to all had been reached. . Senator Piatt said tonight that all participants in the conference had agreed In pronouncing Mr. Bruce'3 management most admirable and that Bruce wan asked lo remain. The senator added: "The efforts of the democratic press to stir "up sedi tion In the republican party and to dis rupt the friendly relations which have po long subsisted between leader.-:, have been unavailing and the un pleasant rumors nf emiilry bptweon the governor and myself ought to be set at rest." i A BURNED UNIVERSITY. The Destruction of tho Catholic In stitution at Ottawa, Canada. Ottawa, Ont., Dec. 2. The Ottawa university, one of the largest educa tional institutions In Canada, was to tally destroyed by fire early today. The loss is estimated at $r.00,000, with insurance of $200,000. All of the stu dents escaped. Three priests wer forced to jump from upper windows and were badly injured. They are Fathers Boycn, Fullham and McGu erty. Father McGueity is probably fa tally hurt. One of th domestics Is missing and probably perished in the flames, and another was so seriously burned that she will probably die. The missing wo man. Miss Danis, was last seen on-the fourth floor. OLD OARSMAN DEAD. The Former Holder at the Sculling Championship. Ncv.iburg. N. Y.. Dec. 2. Joshua Ward, the old time champion oarsman died at his home in Cornwall-on-Hud-fon today of pneumonia. In lX!e: Ward won the sculling championship at Staten island, rowing five miles in 37 minutes and ten sec onds. He held the v-hampionship, defeating nil comers until 1S94, when he was de feated by James Hamill on the Schuyl kill. WIRE MILL WAGES CUT. Joliet, Ills., Dec. 2. A reduction of from. 5 to 10 per cent in wages was ordered today in all the wire mills of the United States Steel company af fecting 1,000 men. A SLIGHT BRACING UP Toward the Last Though StocKs Set tled BacK. New York. Dec. 2. There was con siderable increase in the volume, of dealings on the stock exchange again today, accompanied by a period of conspicuous strength. Realizing In some stocks was in evidence at ail times, and this tendency spread through the market until it became top heavy and turned downward, wip ing out part of the early gain. STOCKS. Atchison, G7; pfd., 914: N.'J. Cen.. 1j5; C. & O., ZVa; Big Four, 73; C. & S.. 13; pfd., r.3; second pfd., 21Vi; Erie. 27?i; GJL-at Northern, pfd., 1C0; Man hattan, 139: Metropolitan, 117: Mo. Pacific, 91: N. Y. Central. 117: Penn.. 115; St. L. & S. F., pfd., 63: second pfd., 4; St. Paul, 139: So. Pacific-. 46: Union Pacific, 75; Amal. Copper, 40; Sugar. 124", Anaconda, 67; U. S. Ste?l, 11; pfd., 52; Western Union. S7&; Santa Fe. 1. BONDS. RefT 2s. reg,- 105V, coupon. 10C; 3s. icg. and coupon, 107; new 4s. reg. and coupon, 133; old 4s. reg., 109, coupon. 110: 53. reg. and coupon. 101Vi. THE GRAND RAPIDS STEAL Five of the Newly Indicted Persons Will Plead Guilty. Grand Rapids, Mich.. Dec. 2. Attor ney John McDonald's announcement that he expected five of his clients to plead guilty in the superior court was the principal development in the water plant boodle scandal today. Five of Attorney Mc'Donald's clients appeared before the police magistrate and Waiv ed examination to the higher court. It is generally understood that those who pleaded guilty of accepting bribes will be punished by fines and no Imprison ment, and that they will be used as witnesses by the prosecution in the case of those of the accused city of clals who insist upon having trials. The five men who waived examina tion today are ex-Alderman John Donovan, Clerk E. Slocum, John Me Lachlan, Reyner Stonehouse, and Cory P. Bissell, a former member of the board of works. Fx-Alderman Lozier, It is said, will waive examination tomorrow, but Al derman Johnson of the Seventh ward will insist upon an examination in the lower court. JUST RUN ACROSS" Some People are LuckV Rome people make an Intelllgenr study of food and get on the right track (pure food) others are lucky enough to stumble upon the right -wa-v out of the difficulty just as a Phila. young woman did. She says: "I had suffered terriblv from nervous indigestion, everything seemed to disagree with me and I was on the point of starvation when ojio day I happened to run across a demor stration of Postum Food Coffee at on of the big stores here. "I took a sample home and a sample of Grape-Nuts us well aud there trie them again iTd found tbey agreed with me perfectly. For months I ir.adf them my main diet and us the result I am restored to my former uerfec health and car. eat everything I want to. "VVhon I spoke to my physician about Grape-Nuts he uaid 'It is a mos1 excellent food.'" Name given by Poa tum Co.. Buttle Creek, Mich. There's a reason. Look for the famous little boot. "The Road to Wellville." in every package of both Postum and Grao-Nnts. DOWIE'S DEAL The General Overseer Fails to Awaken Enthusiasm HE ASKS ONLY FOR TIME The More the Affairs -of Elijah 11 are Investigated, the More Extensive They Appear The Discovery of an Unheard of BanK. Chicago, Dec. 2. A great gathetin? of the Dowieties was held in the tab ernacle at Zion City tonight. It ua.t called by Dowie for the punse of starting a fund of $1.0a0.0i") wit:i which to pay oft all the indebtedness that hangs over Zion City and him self. The outpouring of his followers wa- not one to bring ohe-.-r to the heart of the general overseer of Zin. Tl. tabernacle seals C.tiOn xople and us ually all the scats are taken at th- special meetings called l,y Dowie. To night the hall was not ovt-r half lill.'-l and ihe gathering was not as enthusi astic as might be desired by a nij'n who was in immediate need of fuieb Dowie gave lo his followers a state ment of the financial situation of Zion City ami told theni that the a-ts were ample, the only trouble leing that he was not able to realise upon them at once. All he needed was a contribution of ready money with which to tide over the recent crisis in the affairs of lb city and this once more done Zion would grow to greater power than ever before. "I love this tabernacle." he said. "I loved all my tabernacles as I loved my people. As my people have grown s- have my temples of worship. And when we prepare to leave this taber nacle for the last night, the neit house of worship will be Jerusalem. "Yes. we will help rebuild Jerusalem. It has always been my prayer. Go.l has told me to do it. God tells all of you to do it but not now. Tlr.t will come later. "The flesh pots are the cause of our coming here tonight. They are a joke to me. For an hour the dogs have thought they led me. But beloved, v -are going to kick them out. We will kick them for all eternity. "Beloved. I would like to take yo: in 1 1 1 j vw j iiiuviiii, ' ...... - - r - I received a communication that has caused the clouds to lift. They are be ginning to part. "I call upon you to help me trusli them My poople I come to you help. I know that you will not be found wanting. Are you of Zion or not ?" There was a feeble "Yes." The-,-devil's parisites (the reHrteis) cam to me today. They wanted to know what I would say to you tonight. Di.l they learn from me'.'" Cries of "No." "I tell you we will run them out of Zion. I knew they were coming be fore they attempted to iillute Zion. 1 knew it by the stench that came ah. a I of them." It is declared by the receivers ap pointed yesterday for Zion City that the affairs of Dowie are in it worse sit uation than was at first supposed. Receiver Currier said tonight: "I beliee that Dr. Dowie will le able t- pay off all his obligations in time. Just how long this time will be is some thing that we will not be able to tell ur.til we have made a thorough in vestion of his affairs. I understand that Dowie thinks he will be able t settle all claims against him in the course of five weeks." Yesterday it was the opinion tha. the liabilities of Dowie would n. reach at the outside to over $350.h. Totiight it i3 admitted by the receiers and their attorneys that the claim against him for merchandise alone will aggregate $500,000 and In addition to tni3 amount that there are mortgage. on his property at Zion City amount ing to $L:5.00Q which are due the first of next year. He owes $100,000 to his brother-in-law. Samuel Stevenson, making total of S750.000. The reel vers today found one of Dowie's banks in operation at Twelfth street and Michigan avenue and they promptly put an agent m charge and had the doors dosed. Judge Kohlsaat later ratified the ac tion of the receivers In shutting t this bank as well as the institution at Zion City. Experts have been set to work o:: the book.s of both institutions and ir. a few days it is exected they will be able to report the exact condition f the two banks to the receivers. MONTANA EXTRA SESSION Beginning of Legislation Intended to Prevent Industrial Depression. Helena. Doc. 2. Both branches f the legislature held short sessions to day. In the senate a memorial n addressed to the president and secre tary of the interior, asking them l restore the entry lands withdrawn lr Teton county for irrigation project-. The feature of the house session v.a the intyoduction of a resolution bv I.in.Ierman of Malison. petitioning th- governor to authorize the iegisi.ituic to consider tho railroad co'iimissi.-.? bill and the ruling out of order of tb -resolution, by Speaker 'White. Another incident of interest wa. t!" passage of a resolution by alii., -i unanimous vote confining the use t..' the lobby of the house to certain speci fied people. No committee reports were made but it is expected the committee on judi ciary will tomorrow report on the dis qualification of judges measure act the noted change of place of trial bid introduced by Representative Self.