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FOR RENT room North Thirrl street, brick. No. 612 North $?,2.".0. 4-room brick. Fourth street. $in. 00. brick. No. !1S $'20.(10. 7 -room Second Ave., No. 612 North Several small FOR SALE F:ve-rom mi.m brick on North Third street, cast tr--!:t. fine location. $2,i". om.- nice l':t k houses for sale on im-i.iih:n .it j ' i . cheaper than paying rent. Pasc- ll' North Center street. . AJRIZONA KEPIJ houses. Pascoe, '110 N. Center street. SEVENTEENTH YEAK. lO PACES FUOENIX, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING. SElTE3IIiEK 2. 1900 lO PAGES VOL.. XVII. NO. io:s V THE WILL METE JUSTICE TO BANK WRECKERS Receiver Earle's Investigations Are Fasten ing Guilt On Others Than Hippie No Nairn's Art Xvi 3Ialo Public but all Ollict'rs and Clerks Have JJorn Submitted to Close Question ing and Are "Watched. Philadelphia. Sept. 1. Justice is to meted out to the men responsible with Frank II. Hippie, the suicide president of the Real Kstate Trust company, for the collapse of that institution. Announcement was made tonight the evidence so far unearthed by ceiver Karle had been turned over to District Attorney Hell, who is expected to cause the arrest of the wreckers. The names of the men under suspicion were not made public. Since his appointment. Receiver Karle has maintained that it could not have been possible for Pre.s'dent Hip pie to entangle the trust company's affairs without the knowledge of oth ers connected with the institution. Acting on this impression he has been persistent in his efforts to discover evidence of collusion. Directors, of ficials arid clerks of the company were railed lief ore Mr. Karle today. It was after six o'clock when he concluded this part of his in vesication, and then for two hours. District Attorney Hell was in Katie's office. The an nouncement that the evidence h.ol Imtii placed in the district hands followed. Attorney's 1 GANS IS CONFIDENT HE WILL WIN EIGHT Borrows Two Thousand Dollars to ; Bet on Himself. ! j i ....,,,..! New. Sept. 1. Mailers I thddfie'd. were qup-t m pugilistic circus ioua . Kiltie was hoard in the training camps ; in i elation to the w eighing squabble, j and the incident appears to have been j forgotten in the growing interest over j 'tin- lesult of the championship battle which is now but forty-eight hours off. ' Nelson transferred his quarters to the ! arena this afternoon, and he will taper j off his conditioning at the ringside un- ' til the call of time. The following men ! have been selected to act ia the Dune's I w corner on labor day: Tim McGrath, I si Johnnie Reid and Rcbbie Dundie. Nolan will act as chief adviser to these men. j Joe Gans today sent a message to 1 .! ..n Kelly in New York to bet all he j could at the prevailing odds that he ; would defeat the Hegeswich fighter on ! Monday next. The negro supplemented this message with the statement that he was absolutely within the weight j arid that his condition is perfeot. Later ' a telegram was received by Tex Rick- j ard from Hat Masterson, asking him to ; verify the Kelly message. Rickard re- j plied that the message was all right, j that he himself had seen the telegram s. nt. Gans borrowed the sum ot $2000 from the club, which he immediately sent wager dght. town to bet on himself. The I was placed at odds of ten to i VILLAGE WIPED OUT. Guanajuato. Mex., Sept. 1 It is re ported here tiiat the village of Manual Douhlato has almost been wiped out by floods resulting fiom the torrential rains. More than twenty houses-have 1 collapsed. One old man is reported I dead. Communication with the- dis- iriet is interrupted. j COMPLETE REPAIR SHOPS, WITH SKILLED WORKMEN Jewelry, Watch Case and Watch Movement Repairing, Engraving, Dia mond Setting, Mounting and Special Order Work. Repair work returned same day received. Finest workmanship at low est cost. Your old gold broken Jewelry is worth more than bullion value for repair purposes. Get our offer before Felling it. N. FRIEDMAN, Mf g Jeweler, 8 El?JSSt st- Well! Well! Well! Let us drill you a well at popular prices. D. II. BURTIS THE PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK PHOENIX, ARIZONA rld.ap Cftltl, - - $100,000 Surplus and UndirideA PrfiU, $90,000 C. B. (iAGE, PreHldeiit. H. J. WcCLCNG, Vice -1'rciidciil R. B. BDRMISTER, Cathicr. Stl-lind Vtulta and Steel Safety Deposit Boze. General Banking Batlaeae. Drafts an all Principal Cities af the World. DIRECTORS K. B. G.pc, K. M. Mnrr-hy. I. M. Kerry, W. F. Staunton. F. T. Alkire, George N Gage, R. N. Fredericks, L. H. Chalmers, II. J. McC'lung. 1HC PRESC0TT NATIONAL BANK, - Prescott, Arizona. t'nited States Depository. Capital Paid up . $100,000 Surplus and Undivided Profit $ 90,009 F. M. MURPHY, President, MORRIS GOLD WATER, Vica Pre. R. N. FREDERICKS, Cashier. A. W. M'CASH, Asat. Cashier. Ad ounts solicited. Advances made on Bullion and Concentrates. Es crows a specialty. Safa deposit yults a ad Foreign Exchange Department. ; Tins development came after Mr. ! Karle had ciis:isoil John . Johnson j as counsel, to render mi opinion as to ' the responsibility for the failure of the that I company. Anions- the men who ap-Ke- ! pea red before the receiver were four directors who are said to of Hippie's heavy loans to pal at least seeral weeks urer North, who was supp prove all the loans by the have heard Adolph Se- j hii. ti eas- sed to ap- ! ti ust com- ! pany. and Theodore pain's real estate" supposed to approve IVred by Segal as I'rosser. the com officer, who was the mortgages of security for his loans. uere also examined. "The deeper 1 get into this thing, the wmve it looks," said Korle." The trust funds which I had thought in tact, have been tampered with and $.",ii.ii ii taken. Hut this sum . is d;s tributed through f 2?.0'io.iio the bank had in trust, and the loss will not be heavy on any individual." Mr. Hippb-'s desk was opened and in it was found a statement by Hor ace Hiil. the company's auditor, which. Mr. Karle says, is materially different from the statement Mr. Hill gave h'm. TRANSPORT SHERIDAN MAY GO TO PIECES i Discouraging Result of Efforts Made '. to Save Her j 10 3ave "er j ! ! H-.n-dulu. Sept. 1. The effort to i t hal the transport -shorid.m at Inch , tide todav resulted report in failure. , dis- co-arag'ng wreck. T(i, comes from the ; steamer Is rrpoited to be : leaking, vessel is The ultimate saving of the I dependent upon the w ea t her. The Sl.t r'dan is lying in sii'-li a pnsi- ' tion that a southerly storm would quickly smash her on the sharp rocks. According to the statements of pas- j seiigers who have arrived Mere there ; much alarm when the Sheridan's 1 steam pipe hurst after the vessel stranded. All staterooms were imme diately filled with steam and thinking the vessel was afire 'he passengers rushed out in their night dresses in great confusion. Captain Heabody thinks that vessel was carried out of her o by a ph tiomenal current, as course was set for more- than miles off land. He is confident the vessel can be saved. the mi se- her four that THE SEA GIRT SHOOT. New Jersey Won the Principal Event Yesterday. j Sea Girt. N. J.. Sept. 1. In the mil itary shooting tournament today the I principal event was the Dryden trophy match, which was won by New Jersey. The District of Columbia led through the lirst two stages, hut New Jersey did better work at the long range, limn .vat ds, and captured the trophy. The revolver team match was won with 'as- ''' .Squadron A of New York. In the other competition, the press match, Lieutenant Warren H. Smith of the Cleveland Header proved the victor. 15 E. Washington St. ELECTIONEER WON FUTURITY Notable Race at Sheeps head Bay Yesterday New Champion Started Coin to One and Kept Bookmakers lJusv. New York. Spt. 1. Down a Uine of gray-brown earth which, hud all the softness of velvet beneath the tread of the flying thoroughbred hoofs, fifteen fleet two-year-olds raced madly today to a goal three-quarters of a mile away i vvnore lay a purse of close to $50,0(10. i It was the nineteenth running of the j Futurity at Sheepshead Hay, and as a I roar from nearly tn.Oim throats rent the j air. Electioneer, a wel! named colt by t T . .ifOimfi I .rl-w.,1 ,,,,.1... ..-I...-, - :l winner by three-quarters of a length. Anot h"r champion had been proclaimed, and Win. Lakeland, a horseman by p.ro- fe.-sioii. who trains his breadwinners j himself and sleeps in the barn when i necessary, had snatched the richest prize of the year from half a score of millionaires. At the winner's quarters was Pope Joan, the fastest fihy of the year and j the best of the trio which J. H. Keene I sent to the jeist to be played as favor j ites at the short price of 8 to n. De I Mund. th- goldfinch colt for which Paul J. Kainey paid $ 1"i,mhi early in the season, was third, beaten for second honors by the shortest of heads. It was one of the best and most truly run Futurities even seen. So well bunched was the field that a furlong from home any one of the fifteen had a chance. Hut Kiectioneer was best. He never faltered under a gruelling drive which began at the head of the; stretch anil lasted until the finish. Jockey Willie Shaw was in the saddle, and never did a boy give more skillful exhibition of horsemanship. He judged his pace and timed his winning rush to the fraction of a second. He plied his whip without mercy through the last sixteenth and won a race w hich called f,,l tn thunder of cheers for both horse ar.d rider. Kiectioneer was secod choice in the veiling at i to 1. In the first mad rush Kiectioneer was overlooked and his pri e lengthened to eighths Then there followed a scene in the rinir such as has been seldom witnessed at Shecps- head Hay. Kle t!nner inniiev sccmr.d to pour in layer s wert from every side, anil tho fairly swamped under the f gold, silver and notes cloudburst which !' to 1 were thruM upon then. From the bookmakers cut until half tnat tiaure v as the prevailing odds at P- tune, i-.ven men the Kiectioneer ''mov, ers kept hammering awav until to 1 was hard to find in the last few- feconds. The time. 3.5, was not fast. The Futurity purse this year contained ex Heiiy $l.;.77l. Of this amount $37,270 went to Mr. Hakewood. owner of the winner. Mr. Keene received $:!7:0 as his share for the secod horse, and Paul Kainey drew $2000 for I)e Mmid's third honors. FRISCO SCHOOL TEACHERS Protest Against Reductions in Salaries. San Francis, o, Sept. 1. A meeting of si Unit 1.10 public- school teachers w as held today to protest against reduc tions in salary. A committee was ap pointed to wait on the board of educa tion to dcinaud reasons for reductions ami to inquire into the liisnovit ,,r the $HUM' relief fund sent from the east for the benefit were file sufferers. of teachers who It's Racycle Time Another shipment of "those easygoing- Uaeyc-les' just arrived. Uetter try one for that "walking habit." Second - hand and new school wheels at school "kid" prices. Ldnole "skid dooes" punctures. li. S. QRISW0LD "The Bikeologist" 34-36 W. Adams St. Phone Red 1490. For Sale Nice Cottage, 133 North Tenth Ave., Phoenix, $1250. APPLY TO W. J. KINGSBURY Terape, Arizona i ' : ; ' --. . - v -- " ' vv.i- - P.'. -- . - " "1 1 I i. r - i n li FEATURED IN THREE TOWNS Closing Day ot Bryan's Official Welcome Home Spoke in Newark, .lersey City and the Metropolis AVill Rest Today. New York. Sept. 1. Three cities joined today paying the final tributes of continuous welcome accorded to Wm. J. Hryan since his arrival in New York Thursday from his tour around the world. Returning from P.ridgeport this morning, Hryan, after devoting scant time to personal business, was escort ed to the National Democratic club, where an enthusiastic reception was accorded him and where he spoke briefly. From the club tie was escorted by Former Senator James Smith.. Jr., and other prom'nent democrats to Newark, where he addressed an aud ience of 1(1. OHO in Military park and afterwards held an informal reception shaking hands with hundreds who crowded around the speaker. Hailed with cheers as he drove to the railway station. Hryan hurried to Jersey City, where he made three ad dresses and reviewed a parade of the Hudson county democracy and then returned to New York and finished the day with an informal d-nner giv en in his honor by 200 of the working newspaper men of the metropolis. Hryan will rest until tomorrow eve ning, when he will start on his jour ney home in company with the "homefolks" from Nebraska on their special train. They expect to reach Uncoln on Wednesday, after stops for recer ions at Detroit and Ch'cago. GUEST OF THE CLUB. .New 1 01 k. Sept. 1. Mr. Hryan was the guest of the National Democratic j club for twenty-three minutes this af- 1 ternoon, when he was welcomed by se veral hundred members. Richard ! i.roKer Jr.. was a member ot the com- mittee that escorted Mr. Hrvan to t he ciub dinner. .nr. Mjan saiu mpan: "I want to thank the club for this I reception. It is not my first visit here. and unless you enjoin me it will not be my last. It has been sail that I may be a candidate for president. I have twi.p Mad the distinction of be ing the candidate of rny party for that great honor. Whether 1 slwill have it again is more than you or I can say. I am assured in leading newspapers this morning, that some of the persons who were for me will not now attempt to force that honor on me. Whatever I shall do, I must have the approval of my ow n conscience. 1 pi cfer to have the honor of my own conscience than to have the support of all the people of the I'nited States." At the close of his speech. Mr. Hry an, started for Newark. N. J. JOLLIED THE JERSEYITES. Newark. X. J.. Sept. 1. W. .1. Bryan was fjiven a warm reception here to day. The streets were lined and the visitor was cheered continuously. He told his ln.iiiio auditors that lie could speak to them only on time that real ly belonged to Jersey City. "Hut I remember that Kssex county gave me a majority of in. nun in lnn so I just had to come see you." said he. "and I hoped by coming here I copld help a democrat to be elected to tin- I'nited Stales senate over Sen- I a lor lirydou and two democrat sVto he j elected to congress." Mr van declared that republ:caii strength is waning, and that the time for d-'inoeratie success is not lar dis tant. "In lS'Jrt they won by a tremen dous majority," said he. "and they also had a very respectable h-ad over us in lfWMI." "And they'll do it again." shouted a man to the right of the stand. In stantly half a dozen policemen had seized the interrupter and were rush ing him thsough the park when Hryan cried out: "pnn't put that man out, i officers; don't put him out. He's the man I am trying to reach." j Continuing h- said that the republi-i cans now admit that if a presid'-n-j tial election were to be held at this! time they have only one man who could have a chance of success. He would have that chance only because he has followed the democratic plat form." said Bryan. "Roosevelt has not one atom of popularity that he does not owe to the fact that he dif fers from the party which he leads, and if Roosevelt can become as pop ular as he is by occasionally doing something democratic, what would be i the popularity of the president who always is a democrat'.'" TO PURGE HIS PARTY. Jersey City. Sept. 1. The sei ies of welcoming public receptions arranged hi the east for the homecoming of V. J. Hryan were brought to an end by three meetings in Jersey City tonight. In the course of one of his speeches at these meetings Bryan declared it to be his intention to use his utmost effort to puree his own party, and the purg: re- publican party as of pure politics. well, in the interest CONGRESSIONAL NOMINATIONS. Chicago. His.. Sept. 1. The follow ing congressional nominations were made today: Kleventh Iowa risirict Klbert H. Hubbard, republican. Seventh Iowa district John . M. Smith, democratic. Ninth Kentucky district James N. Kehoe, democratic. WANTED OFFER MADE DIRECT Frisco Strikers Reject Cal-! houn's Plan Proposition to Arbitrate Turned Down Two New Lines 31 ay JJe Tied Cp. San Francisco. Sept. 1. A decided: setback was given today to the advo- ! cates iif early peace iu the troubles be-j J ween the striking carmen and the i 1'nited Railways. When the union of-j licials yesterday decided to call a mass : meeting of the members it was expect- j ed by the public that the cars would be running again today, but the weary iinent now heard everywhere in Ha walking people were doomed to dlsap- I vana. and it may also he fairly con pointment. j strued to be the growing conviction of A meeting was called to consider the ' houghtful persons throughout the isl pioposition of President Calhoun of the and. In Havana at least this eonvic I'nilcd Railways to submit all nuos-.tion has led, among all unnreiudiced I tions to arbitration. provided the strikers returned to work. Mr. Cal- lioun did not make his proposition di- don. and it was upon this red to the uni point that trouble began. Mr. Cal- j factually putting an end to a condi houn's offer was made to Mayor , tion that everybody believes is other Schmitz and by him transmitted to the ' wise bound to grow more and more in- union officials. YVheu Calhoun's offer was read at; ithe mass meeting at Central park to- day it was greeted with a disapproving this is not regarded as impossible, es storm of catcalls and hisses. n mo- ! pecially when it is considered that co tion it was decided not to receive the ' operation in such a movement assur proposnl. on the score that it had not edly would come from within. Kvery- been sent to the union, but to an out- sider. Tile union decided -that It would re main steadfast to its original demands of J3 per day and eight hours per day. It was further decided to tie up the California street cable road and the eCary street cable road if the demands were not granted by these independent lines by 6 o'clock tonight. o TWO NEW PARTIES BORN IN RUSSIA y neir jurpose 11 10 ma lot muoir 1 of the Jews. ., , . , ,,, ,,,,...., St. Pcleis'ourg. Sept. 1. The renewal of terrorism on a large scale has greatly Intensified the hostility of the ruling I " classes against the have been regarded Jews, who long as the brains of the revolution and. it is believed, has! i diminished the chances of the Jews obtaining more than a nominal enlarge ment of their lights. ! Kvery -official report of assassina tion or other crime emphasizes the role played iu it by the Jews, and the last wc k saw the launching of two parties, "the natioal," at St. I'c i ersbuig, and the Kussian popular party." at Mos- cow. the principal plank in whose plat forms are for the exclusion of Jews i from all political activity and from ser vice m t lie army, the Aioscovv organi zation proposes to rid the country of Jews by endorsing the Zionist move j ment and urging the government to j assist it. By sending 35 cents you can get a half pound box of Donofrio's Crystal lized Cactus Candy, postpaid. Dono frio C. C. Co., Phoenix. For Sale for I,KSS THAN Improvements cost, seven-room house and hath with acre of ground, only one-half block from car line, for J1500. House alone cost $1H(I0. 160 acres of land, with plenty of wa ter, at $10 per acre. IXVKSTIOATK THESIS I3AUOAIXS. E. J. BENNITT 11 and 18 North Centap St. 3E TO LOAN IN Any Quantity BY n center and Adimi o treats. iiOi! Y THE CUBAN CONFLICT IT WILL BE A DRAW Is tho Growing Conviction of Thoughtful Persons Throughout the Island Insurrection Spreading Daily and Sentiment Faxorin-; American Intervention Increases Proportionately . The Kebel Trocha In Pinar del Kip. Havana, Sept. whip tlie oilier." 1. -"Neither side can tile concise state- ' pe: sons, to expressions of an ardent j hope that the prerogative of the Plait amendment may soon be utilized by the I'nited States fur the purpose of ef- tolerable. t Nobody appears to believe that the insurgents will take Havana, although ooiy concedes that the government ! troops can continue their record of vic tories in almost all open lights with in- surgents, but how the government, ( with the forces now at its command. and in view of the small number of I enlistments, ever can prevail against ' its enemies, who light in the same old , guerilla way. is a conundrum which j "nobody pretends to solve. " That the insurrection is g: owing ! cousiaiuiy is undeniably evidenced ev I cry day. and the decree of pardon re- icently extended by the government has ; brought no appreciable change in the situation. One of the few. Americans who joined the insurgent ranks came into Havana tonight. He has been a faim- j er m uba for several years past and 1 I presumably is a reliable source of in- I "formation. He informed the corre- j spondent of the Associated Press that j !" insurgents now south of Arte- : misa in scattered i.anies. shortW- w ill concentrate with others from the vici- I tus Candy for 35 cents, postpaid. Ad nity of Guanajay with the intention of i dress Donofrio C. C. Co., Phoenix. No young lady can have a b. tt- i re source in time of need than a knowl edge of shorthand and typewrit inn- Harriet Hcecher St owe. You Must Decide Whether or Not You Will Be Earning a Good Salary One Year From Today It rests entirely with you.. To enable you to accept must ho familiar with the latest improved methods. thorough knowledge of bookkeeping, arithmetic, commercial lawt, lette--writing, penmanship, shorthand, typewriting and spelling. lie Right Way It does not take long to learn how to do business when one gees about it in the right way. In the Lamson Business College every student be comes a member of an actual business community the day he enter school, and he remains a member of i until he leaves. All this time he spends a number of hours each day in doing all sorts o- business with his fellow-students, buying, selling, closing out old businesses, opening up new ones, handling his own capital, making his own business ven tures, keeping his own books, and, in short, learning the whole round cf business ard accounting just as he would learr i were he engaged m business for himself in the real commercial world, hut with the addi tional advantage of having a careful and competent teacher a!wa, at hand to advise and direc- ! ir- . Mow Is the Students are being enrolled almost daily and started upon the various courses, and the term of each dates from the day of entran;.. I teit' ing students should not hesitate or delay, but- enter and take up t"e course selected as soon as possible. Remember, a day lost in startmj cuts off a day's salary after you are through and get a position. The college office will be open all day Monday, September 3rd. THE LAMSON BUSINESS COLLEGE Phoenix, The young man who starts iu at tin time will stand but little chance with out a business training. John W-na-maker, capturing both Att-misa and ; Hi ij v and holding the entire width of j.-t-- , Pinar Del Rio province. They w..l th -control the situation far l--tter ihj-. did the Spanish troop i!; the d.ivs . ! the famous trocha. and at j r-. is-! the same points. The i;.si:rs-iit s a!- already have taken Cabanas and IUl-..t Honda, on the north coast of P;n r I ! Rio province, and. according to .., servative statements, they have 7". i- : cent of the people of that di.-tr.ct wit i them. ROOT AND PARTY NOW IN SANTIAGO Given a Cardial Btccptlon by Populace. the Santiago. ("hie. Se;.;. of State Klihu Root ar.d part; here at 2 o'clock this after,:, were received by a crowd of letj.-v .: ri v e n a r-. i -t jer- sons, a detachment of s-idiery an 1 bands of music. Secretary Root wa driven to his temporarv rosi. !!.. - i.i 1 i state coac h. The ler.se crow ds w j lined the streets kept up -or ? h'u.c; cheers for the American diplon-,:. j the carriage with Mr. Root iht- Min ister of Foreign Affairs IIur?-i:.. Moo ter of Justice Figueroa and Mr. H:-W-American mir.iste-r. Mrs. R...t 1.. the second carriage and Mis R.-.t 1 ; the third. The party is lodge'd at t.'. - ' palace-like reside'M e of Mrs. K i . .1 .-. : - i ' I Everybody can send their friends en i th a: . Uf kn. of r , 11, .-j - a g-JOtl salary. oo You should Have 4 Time to Arizona. Enrol! i a I s !