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FOR SALE 17 acres under the Salt
River Valley canal, with wata r right Good house and other improvements. Price $1,850. E. E. Pascoe. Real Estate Loans and Insurance. 11 North Center ntrtet WANTED 4 1,200 on Real Estate se curity, close in. E. E. Pascoe, Real Estate Loans and Insurance, 110 North Center street. TT71 A TTDTT r&ClT A TTD THlTTbTrT LIGAN li an KI!MUYT.M.!.WWWWwiiiij ,i , n . .1.T FIFTEENTH YEAR. PHOENIX, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE lf, 1904. VOL. XV. NO. B jl jr. V i FUR IS f LYING Indications That Great Land Battle Is in Progress DETAILS ARE LACKING From What Ca- le Learned at Liao Yang Fighting Extends Along the Whole Front A Probable Naval Engagement in the Korean Straits. I...v i..n. Jim.- H The iVnual News b.i .-. .-ied a dispatch from its Liao Vjm; , ,ii i espoii'l- nt under today's il :l' . sayii g that h- avy firing between llie Kumiii and Japanese vanguards . ..un t il. at t:4 i l U this after I.....H. The licMing extended along the ..t;f ft ..nt. assuming the iliin.-nsiim: ..! .1 g.-l.rt.il i I'g.lgelllelli. Tile . on - ...n.. :.t .' :: l.o dt t ills a l e oht.iina I ;. JAPANESE BEGAN IT. l.ii.. Yam:, .lime II. -Tli- Japanese rntilliiy today opened upon Vaf.ingow i.i Mat. on on the i.ii!..iy, I eiit y-li in ii. - :il..i.- Kin "h:i!i. li.tails a : e ,:v.ait. .!. AN OFFICIAL DISPATCH. The Japanese Failed in Flanking Oper ations. St. I lei sian a. Jr.a- II. Emper.r Nic..o!as has reciv d the fi.lljwin? . tr im f:cni Li'-u'e'-.a nt ilrncral I'.ir .p. Si ikelherg. be tring tf day's date: "A battle tiegan ... !. n around the Kus Sjjn josition four .m- one-ha f miles south of t he s; i : ii.n of Wafa nht on ( Va f.ciKun . t enemy making r i-aed itif-mps to .!i.i.x!e our It ft flat.k. The cttaik was te;..!hd an I we retained our j.-Hi.n. "The Fir.-t ivcimci.t. i.icupving th left fl ink of our position. sustjin-d s - . ie I..--e s. I; i urania n e;-. Colon. 1 K.iha-. asioatKit ar.d Ad ut i nt-Suh-I.i- u!".'..i nt lr.-.g rl.iff ; k hi"sky . re k.lh I. le-nei;, 1 Cerr.ns w s w.unded. a s!.rai r.el bu'.Vt shatt rinsr tii r'-.-M si r.f h: U.w-r J w. l.u: h t m . ::i. il on t tv- field." A HOPEFUL VIEW. The Russians Where They Expected to Be. St. pet. r.-htirt;. Jer.e li. Ti e V.iszv -h.k. tiie 1 oi.r.g I:us-i in srvic fi , -a -ir.e. in r vl- w i-ig th wr. urilvm a: i h-- o.ii, lii. :i tli.it a f ,f-r -vhri n an 1 a in If months the Rulaus tlnd them ''hts "x:-.i tly where they exp- ted t t b". I il- th J ir.e.. :.r- b-l ir. I ban '. Th-- thinks at Vla .ivn ink an I T'o t Arthur i.m.iin un-h,ke:i. th-r-'g:'.ine poir.:1 o-j. :tiu th- main a -i iy ::r I.iao Yang i b -irg n-1 i n-ly i d r .j i i ! v r'lrfori .- J. TUBIG SHOE SALE WILL LAST BUT 45 DAYS $,000 Worth of our stock has just been sold we arc packing.it up today x d i ci5 Wc have bought upwards of 1,000 pairs of Men's,. La dies' Children's and Boys' Shoes, from one of the larg est stores in Arizona s Every shoe a bargain. We bought them at an exceed ingly low price and will sell them on the same scale. We will tell you more about it later. Call and look them over d N. C. WILSON, MANAGER SHOE DEPARTMENT M'KEE'S CASH STORE O-i the other hand, the Jajmnese hav ! ni,i-iimili"!i.Ml' little, diPi-ite that they ' took the offensive at the start. Their j obvious plan to rout General Kuropnt ! kin In fore he becomes too stronvr, has 1 been delayed ly the necessity of as i surlng the mastery of the sea. whieh is imperiled as long as the Poit Arthur I squadron remains in being. This fact. I and none other, in the opinion of the paper, is responsible for the siege of Port Arthur. Had the squarcn not been there the Japanese would never I have stopped to r-duce the fortivw. Out would have combined their land forces I to cru?h General Kvropatkln. MARSHALLING MEN. St. Petersburg. June 14. The call'ng out of the army reserves in the Ha san. Kieff and Moscow milKary dis tricts was announced tol'jy. This is for the fill rpose of filling the skeleton re serve cins and to replace regular troo gone or enroute to IhJ front. It also foreshadows the dispatch of four Volga corpf. which would glvo Kuropatkiii liOO.u'Mj more men. i A NAVAL BATTLE GOING ON. ! Tukio. June 14. The Vladivostok ' siiuadroii is reported in the Korean . xtruits. Filing has been heard on ' Vsuno Shinui. a small island lv'mg off , I he southwest of llons'niil Island. It is posjjbie that an engagement is pr gressiiev. a ARIZONIAN TRIES TO Dlf Samuel EurbanH, a Former Merchant of Minnehaha. N w York. June 14. Samuel M Rur bank. a te'.ired m-r hant of Minn. ha ha. Aii... attempted to kill him.-elT t; d.iy by cuttiag his throat in a law uf fii . Jle is now a prisoner in the hos pital, charged with attempted suicide. Hurbank is fifty-five ye.iis old ani a b.i.ther of faleb A. Iiurbank, and a ris idvnt legatee of the late Ambrose l:rackett Hurl nnk, the miilioncire, wh ) di'd on June IT. last, and fur seveial months up to the time of his death was nt-.--ed by K.imuel M. Iiurbank. It is help -d S.unue! M. P.urbank's n.in 1 wa afe(led through his close care o' bi tir.' !e. and fer som" time his brother has feared such cn outcome as that tod:' '. UNI . ED CONFEDERATES. I Tkc Opening cf the Great Gathering at Nashville. N. 'hviile. T nn.. Jure 14. Nashvile i to.h.y nltii i illy uebomcl the fried ! l 'or feierat v t'- ::ns ar.d their friend-, j a t esti:r:ar.ed at .K I eple. A kr.g w.ut of an hour and a half i bff ir ti;e g.thfr:ng v.a called to.or-ciiliveii.-.i by the only 1 si.' vivinr drum it .f the t'onfe It r I pt' h' t. a bmd of three ir fovr m- n I fr m North i'arolin;i. As th"v marheil , eon n the l.e.g ai de to the tune o' fsc-rtinr a Noith ('aiolni arnp. the enthusiasm if the ill ve er i .ins k .. i U'.li'iun.l' d. LONGER FOUND A CLUE On Track of the Authors of Independence Horror RESTORATION OF ORDER Military Rule at Cripple CreeK Will be Ended Within aWeeK The Civil Authorities Will be Strengthened for the Handling' of the Situation. Orirrte Creek. Colo.. June 14. Thirty six men. nearly all of whom are union m n or union sympathizers, were de ported from this district this afternoon. The r.eportatii.n order, which was made public tonight, plainly states that the men are to b? taken to the southt'rn boundary of f'olorado. via Alamosa, on the Denver & I'.io flrande railroad, and "deK).itid upon leiritcry within the boundary of the slate of i'-jlorado." 1 'repa nil ions are under way here looking to the eventual abrogation of mailial law. which it is exneeted will occur within one week. A list of men who will act in the capacity of deputy :hisr:lfs and patrol the distiict under Shi riff Hell's dirn-tion. is already 1m ing j rep.: red. Aside- from the deporta tions, there were no important develop ments in the military situation today. It was given out in the sheriff's of- fce that valuable clues have been un earthed in lonnectl.n with tho IndJ pendence crime, when fourteen miners were hurled into eternity by the ex-rdo.-ion of a mine. It is- now believed by the authorities that the assassin was nicked up c.t Clyde by two men? said to be desrxrale characters, who wore seen to drive from the scene of the exDlosion. An accurate descrtpiton of the men i3 in the hands of the au thorities and although they have had th-? advantage of a week's start, it is believed that they will be apprehendel and the clue run down. An alarm system has been inaugurat pd in the district by Sheriff Hell and should necessity arise, the shiill blast of a whistle giving the signal, will communicate ;i meaige from mine to mine. It is estimat-d that within five minutes KX'O men (an be assembhd an 1 ready to act accotding to the sheriff's in.'truc tions. Col. Verdeckberg. tonight gave to the Associated Press the following official Older: Headquarters Teller county military district, national guard of Coloiado, Victor, June 14. l'JU4: Special order No. li). No organization will be al lowed, while this county is unler r"ili lary control to furnish aid in any form to the members of any organization or their fajnilies in this tounty unless the ian is done through military channels". Major Thomas E. McClelland, is provost marshal of this military district, and he stands ready to receive from any per son or organization any money or other supplies which are for disti ibution, to any person, rendered needy by reason of the military occupation of this coun ty for the suppression of insurrection, and all money and other supplies so furnished will be applied to the relief of the persons ;ibove referred to." A LEADER ARRESTED. Icnver. June 14. President C. C, Keniiison, president nf the Clippie Creek Miners union was arrested in this city yesterday and taken to Crip ple Creek tonight in custody by a sub-olliii-r of f Jold fields. It is thought Ker.nison will h ive a hearing at once in order that the legality of his arrest may be tested. lCighty-seven warrants 11 for miners accused of complicity in the explosion at Independence station have been placed in the hands of L"n dersheriff Pelix O'Ne ill here, and will be given to his depi lies to serve. WELCOMED IN NEW MEXICO- jQut the Deported Miners Must Behave Themselves. Santa Fe, N. M., June 11. Governor Otero has sent the following message to an eastern newspaper in reply to a request for his opinion on the proposed depoi tations of citizens of Colorado to New Mexico- "My view is that no dif ference should be shown between capi tal and labor in their respective posi tions so far as the law is concerned. New Mexico has no objection to any citizens who respect our hws and we uie able to uphold them under any and all conditions. If deported citizens of Colorado conduct themselves in a law atiding manner, they will be welcome; if not. they are coining to u poor plae-e. as the laws of this territory will be upheld without regard to consequences, so long as I am aover.ioT. We will not, however, tolerate dictation from any source, an. I those wishing to work will receive full protection under cur laws." A MINNESOTA PROTEST. Ne.v Ulin, Minn., June 14. The state federation of labor tcday adopted a sweeping resolution of condemnation of the action of the governor of Colo iado in the Cripple Creek mining strike and appealing to the piesident of the I" i ite 1 Stales as commander-in-chief of military fortes tc compel an inves ligatii n of General Pell and of Gover nor Peabody. The resolution recites that right and just'ee is denied to American citizens, whereas foreign citizens wen-king in this country are granted protection, under an appeal to representatives of their nation. A WIFE'S DOUBLE KILLING. Cleveland. Ohio, June 14. Ed Allen and wife were found dead in a room in an apartment house here, the woman having shot her husband and then her fcelf. She left a note of farewell to her relatives. The cause of the tragedy is not learned. Allen was twenty three jears old and his wife twenty. REBELS VIOLATE THEIR TRUCE. Sar.to Domingo Revolutionists Attack Town, but Are Finally Driven Back. Santiago de los Caballeros, Santo Do mingo, June 14. Notwithstanding the agreement for a suspension of hostili ties during peace negotiations at Monte Christi, which agreement was reached it a conference between the revolu tionary leader and the president's rep resentative, on board the United States cruiser Detroit, rebels attacked La Vc-ga on Sunday morning and entered the town. Fierce street fighting ensued. The rebels were driven out and a second at tack was repulsed. After a third at tack the rebels retired, leaving behind them 20 dead and 40 wounded and pris oners. ON BASE BALL FIELDS Results of League and Association Games Yesterday. NATIONAL LEAGUE. PHIf.ADIU.PIUA. 0; PITTSniT.G, C. At Philadelphia U. Jl. K. Philadelphia 0 H Pittsburg C 12 . 0 P.atleries: Mitchell and Kooin; Fla herty and Smith. NKW VOltK, C; ST. I.oi'IS, 1. At New York P.. Jl. K. New York f IK St. Louis 1 4 Patteries: Taylor and Powerman; Nichols and Zeaifos.s. POSTON. C; CHICAGO. 2. At Boston 11. H. K. Kotson 6 a 3 Chicago 2 6 4 JhUteries: Pittinger and Needham; Corridon and Kling. BROOKLYN. 4; CINCINNATI. 5. At Prooklyn It. II. K. Brooklyn '. 4 8 3 Cincinnati f 0 Bctteries: ICellum and Peitz Poole and Hitter. AMERICAN LEAGUE. DETROIT, 5; WASHINGTON. 5. At Detroit It. H. E. Detroit 5 17 3 Washington 11 3 Batteries: Kitson. Killian and Bue lcw; Townsend. Jacobson and Drill. CLEVELAND. 0; PHILADELPHIA, 4. At Cleveland H. H. E. Cleveland 0 1 0 Philadelphia 4 5 1 Batteries: Bernhardt and Abbott: Bender and Schreck. WESTERN LEAGUE. DES MOINES. 0: OMAHA. 3. At Des Moines H. II. E. Des .Molr.cs.. ) 3' 5 Omaha 3 9 2 Batteries: Morrison and Towne: Pfei?ier ar.d Gonding. DEN VEIL 8: ST. JOSEPH. 6. At Denver IL H. E. Denver S 1") 1 St. Joseph 6 11 4 Batteries: Hostetter and Lucia; Chinn and McConnell. At Colorado Springs Colorado Springs-Sioux City game postponed: rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Toledo Toledo. Kansas City. 2. At Louisville Louisville. 4: Minne apolis, 3. At Indianapolis First game: In dianapolis. 7: Milwaukee. 11. Second game: Indianapolis, ti: Milwaukee. S. At t'oliimbus-Columbus-St. Paul game iostponed; rain. A FEUD IN INDIANA The Culmination of It Left Three Dead and One Fatally Wounded. Kryantsville. Ind., June 14. Three are dead and two wounded, one' fatally, as the lesult of a duel fought on the streets of this village tcday. The fight was th culmination of a feud between the liout and Tow families, whis has ex isted for several years. The Routs re side at Bedford, eight miles east of Bryantville and the Tow boys are farm ers near here. The latter are relatives of the New family, whii'h participated in the notorious Tow-Bass foud, which made a blrody record In southern Indi ana. A free gravel road election was being held here today and the little village of 300 was crowded. Farmers, from the surrounding country gathered and there had been considerable drink ing. The fight took placa in front of the election booth. There is doubt as to who fired the first shot. Each of the five men drew revolvers and each side advanced, fir ing. The men were not fifteen feet apart when the firing ceased and on the ground three lay dead, one dying, with a bullet through his neck and one still stood, with a bullet through his arm and one in his side. None of the bystanders was struck, although over twenty-five shots were f:ed. The excitement was intense. AN ABSENT GOVERNOR. Secramento, June 14. Governor Par dee and family will depart on Wednes day for Chicago, where the governor will attend the national convention. He will be absent from California six weeks, will visit the eastern states and the St. Louis fair. Lieutenant Governor Anderson will occupy the executive chair in his absence. A CALIFORNIA FIRE. Oroville, June 14. There was a dis astrous fire here this morning with losses of $130,000, insurance $70,000. The Oroville Mercury oflice among others was totally destroyed. Twenty -eight firms 01 individuals sustained a total or partial loss. CAUGHT SUCKER The Illinois Democracy De clares for Hearst A WILD CONVENTION It Ran Away With Both Harrison and Hearst and Candidates for State Offices Withdrew, Declining to Re cognize It as a Democratic Body. Springfield, III., June 14. The demo cratic state convention today nominat ed a full state ticket and instructed the delegates to the national conven tion to vote for William Randolph Hearst as long as his name remains be fore the convention. The Harrison party, which came sola- ly from Chicago and was pledged to support Congressman James R. Wil -lioins. was route.l eompleiely. Carter II. Hani. on was unseated as delegate. and took the the tiain for home with out going near Hie convention. Both his faction and the Hearst parly were as nothing compared to the sirengtti and skillful management of the conven tion exhibited by John P. Hopkins. Mr. Hopkins will continue to be chairma'. of the state central committee. The report of the committee on cre dentials simply said: "We believe everything done by the state central committee in seating and unseating de legates was just and proper, and. we tecommend that its work be endorsed The report was adopted, Chairman Quinn lefusing the demand of the Har rison and Hearst delegates for a roll call. William Prentiss of Chicago, who wi.s a candidate for governor, advanced to the from of the platform and declared passionately that he desired nothing from the convention, whkh.did not, in his opinion, represent the democracy oi Illinois, and he wished for nothing at its hands. "I decline? to have my name submitted to this convention in an--manner," he shouted, and walked of: the platform, followed by the cheers in." the Hearst delegates. William C. Crolius, of Joiiet, f jlljwed in a brief speech endorsing the stand taken by Mr. Prentiss ar.d also with drew his name from the convention. Then came another long wait during which the w'idest confusion prevailed on the floor, and several fist fights to:k I Iacv be tween the delegates. The platform "points to the recent levelaticns of corruption in the po t oface departriu-nt at Washington, to the depleted treasury, shown by the last treasury statement at Washington: t the failure of the attorney general to prosecute Illegal trusts and combina Hor.s a.nd the promoters thereof b criminal action; to the refusal of con gress to reduce the tariff tax on thoe articles which enable illegal trusts an 1 combinations to plunder the people, and J to the fact that the attorney general leit it to a private citizen, at a larga expense, to uncover the coal trust, r.s proving the truth of th3 abv? charges against the republican party." Woman suffrage was also approved. Other declarations of the pi .t form are as fellows: "We demand that all the departments of the government recog idxe and act uion the doctiine that thi constitution follows the flag in Porto Rico and the Philippine islands or ele that they are free and Independent, o tni.'.t the true glory of our country shall not be tarnished by the exercise of des potic power, and by denying to a help less people a republican form of gov ernment. "We point to the growth of trusts and monopolies as one of the evil re sults of the ase-endency of of the repub lican party at Washington. If the peo ple do not speedily dominate, regulate and control the-se trusts, the trusts will permanently dominate and control the government and continue indefinitely to levy exactions upon the people. 'We submit that the lepublican party, itself controlled by trusts, cannot safe ly be relied upon to curb the trusts, and we demand that the government be taken out of the hands of the friends of monopoly and restored to untrammeled representatives of the people." POSTOrJFICE BURGLARY. Billings, Mont., June 14. Robbers blew open the safe of the postofliee at Laurel, near here today. They secured $2,000. r GILT EDGE INVESTMENT FOR SALE 40 acres of choice land, all in splendid stand of alfalfa, round, and cross fenced, good well, dwelling house plenty of shade, water right in Maricopa Ca nal, situate west of town in excellent neighbor hood. Owner leaving valley, will sell for low figure, upon reasonable terras, if taken at once. For full particulars call and Kpe il DWIGHT B. HEARD Canter and .Adams 8trst. HERMIS RAN ALONE. The Winner of the Brookdale Handi cap. New York, June 14. Hermis. baeke.l from 3 to C to 11 to 1 easilv won the Hroo!Dale handicap, a mile and a fur long at C.ravesend today. Hermis' race toeiay was a public trial for the sub urban and the Thomas horse was in great form, covering the distance m 1:52 4-5 which is within 4-5 of a sec ond of the track record. Hermis made all the running and won by two lengths irom Dainty. E. Tl. Thomas bet $10. 000 on Hermis. WEATHER TODAY. Washington, June 14. Forecast: Arizona, imrtly cloudy Wednesday; proDauiy showers in north and central portion; Thussday fair. . W. C. T. U. LEADER DEAD. Farmington, Me., June 14 Miv. Hel.n Coffin Beedy, motional organizer of the W. C. T. tT., and president of th National Dorothy Dix association, died today as the result of an operation per formed in Washington last winter. TIIE COMMERCIAL WORLD The StocK MarKet Resumes Its Old Condition of Apathy. New York, June 1. The stock maikt relapsed again today into an aggra vated condition of apathy and indiffer ence and was without a feature execs t for n rail:- at the close. STOCKS. AUhison, 717s: do pid.. 94-4: N. J. Central, lGl!i: C. & C, 31; St. Paul, 177; Big Four,. lsi: C. & S., 15; do 1st pfd.. 4SV; do 2nd pfd., 4; Erie, 24; Manhattan, 148; Metropolitan, 114; Missouri Pacific, 91'2: New York Cent ral, 115:i; Penna., 115'A; St. L. & S. F. 2nd pfd.. 4C; Southern Pacific. 47; Un ion Pacific, 2i; Amal. Copper. 494; Sugar, 12G'i; Anaconda, 73Vi; U. Si. Steel. ii.i; do pfd., i4i; Western Union. fc7. BONDS. U. S." Ref., 2-s.. reg.. Q4"-i; coupon. 105V; 3-s., reg., 1054; coupon, 10G; n.'W 4-s., reg., 13'Vi; coupon, lC2'i; old 4-s., its., IOC; coupon, 107. METALS. New- York. June 14. Copper was low er abroad, declining 2s. Gd. to f55 12s. 6d. for spot, while futures clos?d at i'j lis. 3d. Locally copper was a . shade steadier, closing at 12.62Vjfftl2.75 id" lake. 12.."0tfi 12.62V; for electrolytic and 12.U-.iiiia.22Vj fo casting. Lead de clined Is. 3d. to fll 10s. in London. Lo cally lead was quiet but steady at 1.25fi4.35. Spelter was unchanged a.t f2l 15s. in London ar.d at 4.7rig4.S71i ia the local market. ur silver, 5".; Mexican dollar, 44V. CATTLE AND SHEEP. Chicago, June 14. Cattle Ree?rpts. 2(00; steady; good to prime Fteera, 5.75j) G.ii5; poor to medium, 4.755.75; stociters and feeders. 3.0O4.75; heifers, 2.50T 5.25; canners, 1.75i'2.73; bulls, 2.r,0r 4.7.rr calves, 3.00; 5.25. Sheep Receipts, 8000; market ICc higher; lambs 10c higher; good to choice wethers, 4. 71 .r.2f; native lamb. C.00SG.S5. WOOL. Boston, June 14. Interest in the local wonl market is now centered in n?w domestic goods, which are constantly arriving from the west. Territory equi tations: Wyoming fine, lriVjWK'i; heavy fine, 14 15; fine medium, 1617; Medium, l!fii20; low medium, 20ft'21. GRAIN. Chicago, June 14. Rright sunshine for the harvest fields brought out liberal offerings of wheat today. July wheit opened at SfiViWVi. After selling down to Sl'iT; July closed at S4,4;. July corn opened at 48VkT4!I to 4;t4, soil down to and closed at 4S5. July cats ranged between 39)i&V2 and UT. closing at 3!)-ys. WATER TANR5. Now that your water supply is getting: abort, save what little you have by getting a galvanized storage tank. Wc build them in all sizes and of the best material only. P. H. BURTIS, 15 E. Washington St. Coffee Al's. RESTAURANT: Ice Cream and Sherbets. Wholesale and retail. Fifteen Years of Honest Effort. and fifteen years of permanency combiiK-i with, thorough, socraapfui work have earned for us our well merited title. The Oreat Private Training School of the South vrct. Ilen4rr4a f &ur former students who are now successful husines rrwo testify t) th Ta'.i of our courses. -" . The Lams on Business College, Fketilx, Irlz. THE PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK PHOKNIX. ARIZONA. Paid-up Capital $100,000. Surplus and Undivided Profit. fTS.aw.W. E. It. GAGE. President. T. W. PKMBKRTOX, Vice Iffe-l-lent. 11. J. McCLUNG, Cashier. It. B. HITRMISTEU, Assistant Cashl. Steel-lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boxes, General lauti ing tiasbrfa Drafls on nil principal cities of the world. Dl RECTORS : E B. Gage. T. W. Pemberton, F. M. Murphy, n. M. Ferry. R. N. Fredericks, lu II. Chalmers, F. T. Alklre, J. M. Ford, li J. WcClvin. THE PRESCOTT NATIONAL BANK PRESCOTT, ARTZONA. Paid-up Capital, tlOO.000. Surplus and Undivided Profits, tW.m. F. M. MI'RPIIY, President. JIORRIS GO Id 1 WATER, Presmeat. R. N. FREDERICKS. Cashier. W. C. BRANDON, Assistant Cashier. Brooklyn Chrome Steel-linecJ Vaults and Safe Deposit Boxes. A general bik lng business transacted. Directors F. M. Murphy, E. B. Gae-e, Morri Goldii-r. John C. Herndon, F. G. Brecht, D. M. Ferry, R. N. Frederick Long Distance Telephone No. 6C1. . .... A PARTY MUTE Bryan's Objection to Jh3 Candidacy of Jud(j3 Parker THE NEW YORK PROTEST The NebrasHa Man Gladly At$U aa .u.iioiioa iu nisni 10 ri4ag II tO Loud That II Jlaj he Ceafd el St. Louis. ' , New Vcu-h. iu II. TV fetlMWtn letter from W. J. Ilrn la . 41. il. ison, who has -Um an antl-trk-n-meeting, wa ii.aA publW- h-r UU, "I am in receipt of iir J-ttr emia 5ng a c ull for 1 onvrntiun nt rMl to be held in N'n fork n tm TU of June. I am xty (l ot thai tK a S.Iep is Leins ti.k.-n. ami uxsume tlu it i.; not the object f the protesting con vention id f nd u coite.Hting d. l. if.il lie 1 to St. Loai.-; or 10 nu.-slimi in any iviiy the regularity of the Albany couvenliot:. lint merely lo tnter a protest on beha'f of a largo number of New York voter., who believe in Iwrnenty in politics uim are opposed to the burglarious method i I which are now being employed to foist 1 upon 'tin party a Kpeechless candidate and a mewningUM platform. "The argument made in favor of Judge Parker U nut th.it he is in aa way fitted for the ioition, because his fitness cannot iosib'y be asi ei taine.l without a krxwjtl of his view on public question. Th argument ma I by his friend U tSat he can win and they base their belief on the fac t that he has never raid snjrlhir.g in tonne -tion with pending questions and he Iia no lecord that tan b intcd against lm.i. I His virtues are purely n?s itive. and his friends think it isufficifnt that the demo crat send him forth as a candidaf with the en-ioremeiU -e know nothin.; against him.' "It is the first lime in recent years at least, that a man lu been urged for so high a jKxition on the ground taa: his opinions are unknown. Surely the democratic party la in desperate straits if among ull ita me tribe is it cannot find a trustworthy man srho has ever be-a interested enough In public questions In riv .vrtr...lnM ft. : . " -. I . . . f . j - . . ' ' - - . . . , 1 vv . I'l-llUll. Ill inf great coiikw upftn tlemocr..c . t nd pl'Jtocrr- ejr Mtrt scwuld tkc .1 Iioritiv una nxgitmuvf ikI ar.J :. rhould prvewit iiMir4 brar?. who will lnfaa onariMl M CMthu ''iasm anot7 4it tnKi. "I am gliiit tbat tturtm arw 4mer9M 1 in Kw York ho arv nUHtg fa - ter sue h a pretevt m ftmr rail mm&m-Um, and I turn I bat ItV Klt m b9 f. frctive at Xi. Itula. When II to wa.. as I )pliv tl tan be ihunti, fbl a ivon-committal candidate wot M iwH be !opular with lh votrm lp K Ycik, the Parker ra-id4)r wiU nt its only prop. I mistake tb ksal-.y and srnestaea f the 4uw rs bw were tru to lb Ubt in tut. tbm loyalty meant alu and uiirn. i thy are rrally in favor of a ailrtit'cvBi didate ivhtwa rawat tonatilrttM psp kvtUts hav In rrt-vnl yKr Ixth saw laniilfair with rrpubli-an bri ri( than mitt dwmtnr.tit h4)WAitct.' - v TM8 CRANO AHMV. ' " Annual CaumpiMM f Cl3 a4 Wyoming Dsprta. -a wasaaa- Canon City, Colo., Jutva 11. Afet- eiK-umpnvrnt of In depart moxiia Colorado ami Wyoming arxl la-f Wmie en s Relief Corps of him 4ria4-tUii met here this uft-rniun Hti ii-ar!; COO delegutes an4 yiitra In alUnibmv Commander Viughn C rnv-r and nearly ail th department and wtsff of ficers were present aii verythin.; point3 to one of the mexK sccevsfi;l en campments of the granil army li-ld ia Colorado in recent ytsra. FORD HOTEL: European and American plan. Tarties desiring bus for any part of city call 'phone Main 213. Ford hotel .