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FOR RENT 5 -room North Third street, brick. Nd. 612 North J3L'..r,i.t. 4-room brick, Fourth street, $15 00. brick. No. 918 $20.00. 7 -room Second Ave., No. CI 2 North Several small IB EPUBLICAK FOR SALE Five-room modern brick on North Third street, cast front, fine location. $2.U"0. Some ii bri-K houses fr sale on installment cheaper than paying rent, rasr-ie. li'i North Center street. re houses. Pascoe, 110 N. Center street. SEVENTEENTH YEAK. PHOENIX, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, SE1TE31I5EK 6. 1900 VOL. XVII. NO. 107 E AMIZO HA -Si r t A PEACE DOVE HOVERING O'ER PEARL OF ANTILLES But Exhibiting a Great Deal of Hesitancy About Settling Dolejrattvs Start tor a Conforonce in the Field With Guerra aiidOthcr Insurgent (Jenerals-l'arty Leaders Show Little Enthusiasm. Havana. Sept. 5. Peace is in the air, and on all sides tonight there is hope that matters will be arranged between the government and the Insurgents so as to avoid further bloodshed. However, there has been no tangible advance toward an agreement or to a definite arrangement of a basis of ne gotiations, in the meantime, righting lias been practically suspended. Dele Kates informally chosen by a small group of veterans started today to the camps of Tino Guerra, Colonel Ashbert. General Guzman and others of the in surgent leaders with the purpose of learning what will be acceptable to the actual lighting leaders of the revolu tion. A similar committee started for rMonfuegos to consult, under a Hag of truce, with insurgent loaders in Santa Clara piovince. Late this afternoon General Menocal, General Cebereco and other veterans held a conference with Alfredo Zayas, leader of the lib eral party, which, however, did not re sult in reaching any understanding. The Associated Press is informed, al though the fact has not been made public, that the government command ers have been directed to suspend ac tive field operations until it can be de termined what can be done to end the war. It is feared that the demands of the insurgent leaders in the field will be much more exacting than those of insurgent sympathizers in the cities, who, ostensibly at least, assume to be non-combatants. The moderate leaders tonight say that they have done nothing yet but talk matters over a little. II is evi dent, however, that some of them clear ly realize the necessity of at least a semblance of an effort to bring about peace, no matter ilow strong the gov ernment may feel, since they do not wish the party to take the responsibil ity of pressing the Issue to further bloodshed and other of thu disasters of war. The liberals, if they agiee to any thing, will want some form of assur ance for the carrying out of pledges which will satisfy their party and in duce those in active insurrection to lay down their arms. Geneial Men ocal today visited Jose Miguel Gomez, and all the othr distinguished alleged conspirators who are ;n prison here. All were disposed to persist in the de mand for general resignations and subsequent elections. It is believed that the Cienfuegos committee held a conference tonight with the insurgent general, Guzman, Delightfully fragrant. Cooling to scalp. Stops itching instantly. NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE The ORIGINAL remedy that "kills the Dandruff germ." 3rOINt3l G-OirMG-!! GONE!!! Herpicide will save it. Herpicide will A MAN'S WIFE. It is the duty of some wives to patch and darn the family's wearing apparel, but when the natural covering on hubby's crown wears through. It shows that the "stitch in time" was neglected. Kvery wife should be "scalp inspector" to the family, because dandruff is a Drug Stores $1. Send 10o stamps, to HERPICIDE CO., Dept. H, De troit, Mich., for a sample. LARSON DRUG CO SPECIAL AGENTS. Applications at prominent barber shops. The Lamson Business College PHOENIX, PRACTICAL BOOKKEEPING, ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE, BANKING, CORPORATION ACCOUNTING, THE PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK rJ4-e CavlUl. B. GAGE, President. Steel'llae Tsmlts ead Steel Safety Dplt Bexes. General Balking Bsslaess. Drafts ail rrUcieal Cities f the WerU. DIRECTORS E. B. Gare, F. M. Murphy, D. M. Ferry. W. F. Htaunton. T. T. Alklre, George N Gstte. R. N. Fredericks, . 11. Chalmers. H. J. MeCluus. HIE PRESC0TT NATIONAL BANK, - Prcscott. Arizona. United 5tt Depository. Cepitel Paid up ' 1100,000 Surplus and Undivided Profite I 80,03t F. M. MURPHY, President, MOHRIS GOLD WATER, Vice Free. R. N. F REDERICKS, Cashier. A. W. M'CASH, Asst. Cashier. Accounts solicited. Advance made on Bullion and Concentrates. Es crows a sped lit y. Safe deposit Vault end Forelga Exchange Department. and other insurrectionary officers at Camarones, Santa Clara. province. Various leading veterans have been called to Havana to consult with the provisional peace committee. o TWELVE IN CUSTODY MORE ARE WANTED Incidents of Yesterday, Pertaining to Border Troubles. Kishee, Ariz.. S-pt 5. tSp-cial.( A special to the Review from llouglas, says the arrest of twelve men last night by Captain Tom Ryiming of the rangers force, who acted in the ca pacity of deputy marshal! was follow ed this morning by the application of Assistant United States Attorney Jones for warrants for several other Mexicans in this city, who are charged with an attempt to create a revolution in the Mexican republic. Officers were scouring the city all day for the men named in the war rants issued by United States Com missioner Albert M. Sames. Two of the men wanted were found, one at the smelter and one In the Copper Queen store. All day the topic of con versation was concerning the revolu tion and the junta, which has been organized and maintained in Iouglas. The finding of dynamite, fuse and caps in the headquarters of the junta last night is confirmatory of a story w hich was told ten days ago to the ef fect that there was an attempt made by Mexicans to loot the Copper Queen store la this city for the purpose ot securing arms and ammunition with which to engage ia a revolutionary outbreak in Mexico. PRISONERS IN TUCSON. Tucson. Ariz.. Sept 5. (Special) Rangers Olds and Clark today brought to Tucson for safe keeping, from the county jail in Nogales, Carlos Hum bert, Bruno Trevino and Genaro Vil laria, the three men arrested on Sun day in Patagonia and Mowry camps, on Jt'.e charge of being aliens and an archists. A rumor was placed in cir culation Monday that the friends of the prisoners in Nogales. Sonora, would that night, storm the Santa Cruz county jail in an effort to re lease them. Sheriff Fowler put on an save it. Too late for Herplcide. contagious disease. First is in fection, then after weeks or months dandruff appears, follow ed by itching scalp and falling hair. Newbro's Herpicide kills the germ and cures every stage of this disease except chronic baldness. Marvelous results fol low its use. An exquisite hair dressing. ARIZONA. SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, PENMANSHIP and ENGLISH BRANCHES. PHOENIX, ARIZONA . 9100.000 Sarplvs and VniMM Freflts, S90.000 H. J. McCLUNQ, Vice-President B. B. BUBMISTER, Cafhicr. extra guard of f'fteen deputies, and if an assault had been planned, it was given up. But it was thought the part of wisdom to bring the prisoners here today. An effort was made to day to interview the prisoners but they refused to talk. It is also learned that seventy-five Mexican cavalrymen, in response to fears expi eased in Nogales, made a forced march of seventy-five miles to that po ut from Cananea, arriving to day. The hardships of the trip were so severe that one cavalryman died, as a result of it. AH was uuiet in No gales at latest advices. Hanger McGee of Silver Bell. Ran ger Vppcrson of Gila Bend and Ran ger Jeff Kidder of Quiovaquita, be tween Tucson and Yuma, have gone to the border and Lieutenant Wheeler and private Wheeler of th Ranger force have both left Nogales. where the principal trouble now is. o VICTORY AT MARBLEHEAD. All Three American Boats Beat German Challengers. the Marblehead, Mass., Sept. 5. Three American boats sailed acioss the finish line in today's race for the Roosevelt cup well in advance of the three Ger man challengers. The Vim, designed by William Gardiner and owned by Commander T. L. Park of the Amer ican Yacht club of New York, won the contest thiough her brilliant windward work, coupled with splendid running qualities. Clifford Buckman. her am ateur skipper, sailed the craft perfectly the second time over the course, al though he lost during the first time by taking a long hitch in shoie with tho tide. The Caramba, owned by H. H. W. Foster, was the second boat, finishing 32 seconds behind the Vim. while the Auk. winner of Monday's race, was third to finish. 22 seconds behind the i Caramba. o TALKED POLITICS AT SAGAMORE HILL Tbt President's Comment On New TorK Situation. ihe Oyster Bay, Sept. 5. There was i' political conference at Sagamore h-'l today. President Roosevelt had as his guest. Representative Lucius N. Llt lateur. Postmaster General 'ortelyou. and Lyman H. Bass of Buffalo. H is understood that both the congressional campaign and the situation in New York state were thoroughly canvassed. When Mr. Littateur returned from Sagamore hill tr take his train for New York. after spending no verb I hours with the president, he empha sized again the fact that the president had a most keen interest In the out come of the congressional election, arid also that while he determined not to take an actie part in the state situ ation. he is very desirous that tho I right thing be done by the party in straightening out the tangle. "It is apparent to every observing man in the state." he said, "that th situation today is such as to demand the advent of a man big enough to en tirely ignore bossisn,, a man who could administer the affairs of state as governor with a master hand and who could command the vote of tho republican party independent of fac tional opposition. New York has had ten years of republican rule. The state has prospered under that rule, and there Is no doubt that a larger percentage of young voters of the state are republicans in their inclination. What the patty needs at this moment is the nomination of a man for govern or who can unite all the republican votes of the state. Of course, the work in hand is to find lhat man." ANOTHER BAD BANKER BEHIND THE BARS The Latest High Financier Tarns Up In Memphis. Memphis, Tenn., Sept. r. A special from Vicksburg, Miss., says: B. S. Adams, now manager for the Quinn Siiarpe Diug company, but for merly assistant cashier of the Citizens' National bank, was arrested today by United States Marshal Wilson and taken to Jackson, on the charge of be ing short in his cash to the amount of $48,000 while employed in the Citizens' National bank. Adams left the employ of the bank in August last, when he confessed to Cashier George B. Hackett he was short, stating the amount. Mr. Hack ett immediately notified a surety com pany who had bonded Adams, and it is supposed the surety company had Adams arrested. Adams was unable to make a $5000 bond. o WEATHER TODAY. Washington, Arizona: Fair, Sept. 5. Forecast for Thursday and Friday. Real Strength COMES FROM WELL- MADE POSTUM FORECAST FROM BISBEE An Outline of Today's Probable Events One Tiling Certain i That Jointure AVill Experience a Chilling Frost. Bisbee, Ariz... Sept. .1. (Special.) Bisbee, usually devoting her entire at tention to mines and mining, has gone into politics. In the lobby of the Cop per Queen hotel and for an adjacent block along Brewery gulch and Main street, tonight. are to bo seen small groups of politicians discussing the probable features of the two territorial conventions tomorrow. Men prominent in the affairs of the territory from ev ery county are here. All ate agreed that there shall be no joint statehood. Disheartened and dis couraged on account of the few sup porters they have found among the delegates. C. V. Ainsworth. Allen T. Bird. O. D. M. Gaddis, J. M. Hubbell and Thomas D. Molloy sit alone In con ference trying to devise ways and means for making some headway with their cause. As yet they have an nounced no plan of action, and the pos sibility of a rump convention is glim mering. The delegates of all the northern counties, Maricopa county included, reached Bisbee this afternoon. Pima and Gila county delegations will arrive in the morning. The conventions are called to meet at 1 o'clock. Those who favor the nomination of W. F. Cooper of Pima coiity as republican nominee for delegate have a big majority, as Robert K. Morrison, of Yavapai has positively refused to his friends to ac cept the nomination, and his support ers will likely favor the nomination of General A. J. Sampson. If the situa tion regarding delegates does not change before the convention is called to order, Mr. Moirlson will be made chairman of the convention. The republican resolutions will en dorse President Roosevelt and Gover nor Kibbey in the strongest terms. The resolutions will be read by a member of the Cochise county delegation, who will be made chairman of the com mittee. The leaders of the democratic party have agreed upon either J. F. Wilson of I Yavapai. George Purdy Bullard of Maricopa or Reese M. Ling or iaapaij L'fr. tnelr chairman, wun vwison me i ut rornrest nonstri 1 1 1 1 v Tlieir riiatiorm will contain a resolution calling for a bullion tax bill. Mark Smith will ar rive with the Pima' county delegates tomorrow, as will also Mr. Cooper. At a caucus of the Maricopa county republican delegation neio. cms mo.n ing at Benson. George Mauk was made chairman of the delegation; George D. Christy, the delegation member of the convention committee on platform and resolutions, and Roy S. Goodrich, the delegation member of Cue committee on credentials. J. B. Woodward will be delegation member of the committee on permanent organization and order of business. Tonight the delegates ,are being shown the Copper Queen mine by hcal reception committees. REPUBLICAN CONVENTIONS. Nevada Ticket Nominated; California Deleaates in Session, Tonopah. New. Sept. 5. The repub lican state convention today nominated the following ticket: Congressman Oscar J. Smith, of Washoe county. Governor John K. Mitchell. Ksmer alda county. Lieutenant Governor George T. Mills, Ormsby county. Supreme Judge E. R. Dodge. Washoe county. Secretary of State William G. Douglas, Storey county. Treasurer Edward Cutts, Lincoln county. AT SANTA CRUZ. Santa Cruz. Cal., Sept. 5. The re publican state convention effected temporary organization today and. af ter the appointment of the usual com mittees, adjourned until tomorrow. J. l y. McKlnley of Los Angeles was chosen chairman of the convention by acclamation. The chief interest in the convention centers in the gubernatorial nomination. The leading candidates are Goveror George C. Pardee, Con gressman J. N. Gillette of Kureka. J. J. O. Hayes of San Jose, and Warren Porter of Watsonville. o NEW MEXICO COMMITTEES. Republican Expression on the Subject of Jointure. Albuquerque. Sept. 5. The republi can territorial committee. In session this afternoon, endorsed tlve Hamilton joint statehood act by a vote of 33 to 10. The committee appointed a sub committee of tlve to work with a like committee from the democrats as a non-partisan joint .statehood board. The committee pledges itself and the convention to joint statehood, but it is probable that a fight against endorse ment will be made in the convention at Las Vegas. FATALITY AMONG AERONAUTS. Jack Leroy Meets Death Through an Explosion. Wichita, Kan., Sept. 5. A special to the Eagle from McPherson says: While lilllng a balloon, preparing to make an ascension. Jack Leroy was fatally burned as the result of the ex plosion of the balloon when gasoline was thrown on the fire. Burning from head to foot, he broke through a crowd of terror-stricken spectators. Several men caught him and tore his clothes from him, but he was so severely burned that no hopes for his recovery are entertained. Leroy wa u-niHiior frkr T f T f i ..... 1 from a balloon In Wichita a short timo j ago. liapel was also the employer of Mrs. May Napier, who was killed in Wichita in a similar manner last week. o CARPENTERS AND PLUMBERS. i Los Angeles Entertaining a New Labor Problem. Los Angeles, Sept. 5. Practically alt I the union carpenters in Los Angeles, estimated at about 2000, went on strike today In order to enforce their demands' for an increase in the wage scale, the "closed shop- nd Saturday half hoii- day. A half hundred unon plumbers also failed to report for work. The contracting builders are firm in their determination to light the unions, and declare they will carry on their work with non-union men. Work on a few of the large buildings under con struction was suspended today, but there was no general tie-up, as theie are many non-unionists employed on all large contracts, and more were em ployed today. o END Of JOURNEY BRYAN'S BEST DAY flagnificlent Reception Tendered to Kim In Li&i:oln. Lincoln, Neb., Sept. 5. William J. Bryan returned this evening to his Lincoln home, and the "home folks" welcomed him with every evidence of approval and satisfaction. It was a neighborly welcome, planned as such, and carried out in its entirety with that understanding. Lincoln has more te publicans than democrats, and Mr. Bryan has in the past good humoredlv expressed the belief that it would be a task to reform the city politically, butt tonight there was no' line of partisan) division and the welcome extended to both Mr. and Mrs. Bryan was sincere and open handed. Kverybody showed good nature, nobody wanted to quarrel about politics, and nearly the whole population showed that it was genuine ly glad that so well known a man as Mr. Bryan lives here. j It Is doubtful if Lincoln ever held a larger cr owd than that w hich came to j the city today. It was a half holiday I in the city, and every train from over the state arrived loaded down, bring- ing not only Nebraskans, but many from nearby states. The city handsomely tlccotated for the homa. coming Two hours before Bryan's arrival, crowds began assembling. There was a ioar of welcome as the train pulled in and Mr. Bryan appeared on th ,ia.w. iii. mr iiij. uwiut: .ui. t&iii Mrs. Bryan and their daughter Grace,' waa the Lincoln delegation which left here ten days ago to meet him at New York and which accompanied Mr. Bry an's party on his homeward trip, to gether with a few of the Nebraska democratic mayors. Bryan's only expression as he looked down on the multitude of faces was: "Great Scott, what a crowd:" No attempt was made at a parade, ', although there was a pretentious mounted escort, policemen on horse back; fraternal organizations and in dividual marchers, the whole preced ed by six hands comprising 132 musi cians. Along tiie route Mr. Bryan was : received with every evidence of cor- ! diality and enthusiasm. Among those ' present were a number of othcers and men who were members of his regi ment in the Spanish-American war. The party proceeded to the home of t Chas. "V. Bryan, where Mr. Bryan had dinner and rested for a time before ' going to the state capitol grounds for the speaking exercises and reception proper. Two hours before the time for the exercises at the capitol grounds, a crowd estimated from thir ty to sixty thousand struggled for points of vantage. Mr. Bryan was escorted to the stand by Governor Mickey. A prayer by Rev. George V. Martin, pastor of the Methodist church at Normal. Mr. Bryan's suburban home, was followed by a brief speech of welcome by May or Brown, who concluding by intro ducing Governor Mickey. Governor Mickey sjokc briefly, and as he presented Mr. Bryan there was renewed cheering an d handclapping. Mr. Bryan said that In his travels he had learned that the Arabic language contained 600 words meaning camel, and that since returning to the United States he had wished that the Amer ican language contained as many words meaning "I thank you." He declared the happiest part of the journey was the homecoming, and then went into a general description of his tiavels. 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 LESS THAN improvements cost. , mond SeUInft Mountlnj? and Speciai Grder Work. seven-room housy and bath wl'.h acre , Repair work returned tame day received. -Finest workmanship at low of ground, only one-half block from! est cost. Tour old gold broken Jewelry is worth more than bullion vaJue for car line, for $1500. House alone cost $1800. 160 acres of land, with ter, at $10 per acre. - IN VLSTIt?ATK THESE BARGAINS. E. J. BENNITT 1S and 18 North Center St. IRRIGATIO MM i Day of Speech Making at the Boise City Congress I '1 , domination of Officers f or iiiHT .of Prizes lor Fruit Seemingly Harmonious. Boise, Ida.. Sept. .V Vice President L. W. Shurtleff of Ogden, presided at the Opening of this morning's session of the Irrigation Congress. Senator Carter having returned to Montana. Wm. McAllister of Denver, the first speaker, dealt with the immigration question -ami raised issues that in- volved the congress in most earnest discussions. The Coloradoan advocat ed foreign immigration, and as a mod el to tie followed, urged the methods of the Mormon church in .sottl'ng the valleys of 1'tah and adjoining states. Under the methods of the Mormon church, these immigrants had been drawn from the agricultural classes of northern Europe, from the best of the hard-working peasants. Hon. John P. Irish of California, asked the congress if it would not be better to close the country's gates to the more than one million of foreign immigrants who were coming annually and give the youth of our own land a higher opportunity. The California!! declared that the immigration today was not a patriotic immigration but aj parasitic immigration. C. W. Mott of RUSSIAN PROGRAM NOW MADE PUBLIC Flans of the CoTcrnment Officially Announced. j St. Petershurg, Sept. Z. An official J communication, einhodvinir the whole i hni, " - , j '''i''- ine program emoraces couns- j j martial for political crimes and an in-t crease of the penalties for revolution ary propaganda, and expresses a firm determination to preserve order. It ; s nvmn sort a hra nifAs.irr nf ro- i-ms, and that useless restrictions on: m the Maine campaign. He was Jews shall be abolished forthwith ' trodueed by Harold K- Sw-U. fon:ir Measures are promised in the direction i iy United States consul at Ha;, of greater provincial autonomy.. Zem- whose guest he is while her. Mr. , s;.vvfll spoke of Secretary Taft as t!.. " " j "probable successor -f President T Tl a ; Roosevelt." Tomorrow Secretary T?. It's Another shipment c tn l . ,. . . Better try one j for that "walking j habit." , Second - hand and new school wheels at schxl "kid' prices. Llnole "skid dooes" punctures. H. S. GRISW0LD "The Bikeologist" 34-36 W. Adams St. Phone Red 1490. FOR RENT Casa Loma Hotel DINING ROOM From October 1st Reference required W. J. KINGSBURY Tcmpe, Arizona COMPLETE REPAIR SHOPS, T a tx- n ttt V v ti f f Vi fn a ex a rt A Wf fori repair purposes, uet our orrer before ' - - . - "V - iiar i je in mm ,mmmmi- II. FRIEDMAN, f.If'g Jeweler, 8asLKst- Well! Well! ' Let us drill you a D. II. BURTIS NISTS STUDY GRATION PROBL EM ( he Fnsttin Year Award" ami Grain Displays All St. Paul, general imnrgration ac?n. of the Northern Ia.ific railroad. gr l with Colonel' Irish. W. R a for eign horn delegate fr m ir- s -n. th--ed the foreign immigrant who needed in upbuilding the country. Tt. j trouble with Anwi ans. he maid, wa- that they wfie all look' tig for .-ff jobs." I'tah today was awarded th r ti: I sweepstake prize for th t--M doj !jv of fruit and will carry away th- $:- silver cup. Idaho won the pras-.t sweepstake prise for the b-st of grains and grasses grown un-W ir rigation. The committee on i"ruiuii-iit or .jar -ization which will rvrt totim: r.-- . will recommend the following fr tion as officers for the comingr '"" President titivcrtiur ChamberUia : Oiegou. Vice President John H-nry Sto t .. oi" Salt Lake City. S'-cond Vice President H. p. Mjv son of Nevada. Third Vice Presjd.-nt Geo. . i:t stow. Texas. Secretary I. 11. And-rson. of :" -noia stvos will he introduced in Po'ui..l uiel the Baltic provinces. An income tax will be in.-l it ur--d. Re forms in the io!iee and other pu'.-o services are promised. A general meeting of ttoberists and Ieaceful regenerati-Husts wiM h.i.i I at the end of September. It I t ii'U j that at that time the nctobvrUt party will be dissolved or i:ier;cd with th i Ieacefel regener at ionists. THE MAINE CAMPAIGN. ! s..,i. m.- - n-.u v-.. , - . ... 7 sy Secretary Taft. j Bath. Mp. Sept. Wiiham H. Tf;. I kwrfa l v -f u- jr a .1 .1 a. a.1 m 1 .re-e audience at A lambda hall' here tn:pht j and was given an enthu.sUstic ivrt- it ...... -v.r.- .... i . will return to Murrav Bay. Canada. t ol ""' Everybody can send their frisnds in going Racycles" j the east a half box of Crystallized Ca iust arrived. ! tus Candy for 35 cents, postpaid. Ad- dress Donofrio C. C. Co, Phoenix. PHOEMX ACADEMY AND BUSINESS COLLEGE Cor. Adams St. and Fifth Ave. I The Fall Term Opens September 1X All Classes. The Newest and Best Systems. The' ough work. Apply at Once. i if?3 m TO LOAN IH BY DWIGflT B. HEARD Center and Adams 8trete WITH SKILLED WORKMEN XfArominf T a na (rtnar tv a ttnv Tt selling lt- Well! well at popular prices. Y I ' 1 1 t f I A Any Quantity 15 E. Washington St.