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SEVEXTEEXTHYEAK. ,p PAGES PHOENIX, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORyyjy7"EK "TlHm mTIK8 vqt7 XTf 7 XfT VUl I ! M -1 CUB STS AN RtYOLUTION GIVING UP THEIR GltflSl! The Work of Disarmament Will Be Com pleted On Monday j $4.'.-t to SL'.'.'i. Vi. ;;r had a sham alvaine. the London mark ft higher. j prices bo'ng accompanied by consider- icie si'i'i iiiainf cxi'iiointi'.l. S) ot va s.t'4 and futures JL;:i Ls fill. l.ocallv market was strong at the rwviil lvalue. Lake is or.oted at Si'-'-, to 0: electrolytic. $l:.Tr to J- 2: cast ing. $P.r0 to SiM.oo. j Lead was dead locally with quo'.a i lions ranging from j:..7ii to $.".!0. The I l.im!iM market was r.s higher at 19 s ful. Spelter- unchanged at tlT L's mi TMi.'on. Uva'iy it is ii-ii.t at $'".10 I to Locally the iron market is firm. BY WAVES THEN WIND A Cyclone Follows in the (The Victims of Underground it j GRAIN, j Chicago. Oct. r,.Th- v. Iwat market I opened with a fair decree of firmness I ilue ma! nly to th- firm market for j wheat at Liverpool. From the start. i however seoiiil I.,.!;,,.. . i.. .i . . , . . . o..,,.. ,,.,.... ,.-,,.. ouiiu- 1 IlNiaiUH'S IM IllSlirjjeillS i rVinir tO : "ous?s were free s-dlers. Wh Path of Late Storm i'iierally l'rocoodiii With Smoothness Though ' Insurgents Art1 Ti Eotain Their Weapons. Jroat Da in a. Wrought In the Vicinity of Now Orleans. New Orleans was tivlay the Havana. Oct. r.. While the disarma-. ment of the rebels will not he eon;-! pleted on Saturday it is now expected ' that the entire operation will be fin-; ished by Monday with the exception of hi Puerto Principe j.rovinoe, which has been less affected than any other province by the rebellion but which i is now a favorite region for marauding! bands which can more ccrrectiy be called bandits than rebels. 1 Although the surrender of guns has ' not been made compulsory the rebel : commanders have all given them to! understand that the laying down of arms is a matter of duty. The number' of rifles surrendered is larger in pro- j portion to the number of men disband-, ed than the government expected. Governor Taft regards this projection' as better than the average but reports' from Santa Clara indicate that ail thej guns o Guzman's command have been surrendered. ' j In eastern and southern Havana t h work of disbanding i pring on steadily and probably will be completed by Sat urday. Secretary of State Kacon and a'd the horses have been branded the marks of the commanders, i however, will not prevent them ! bringing claims against the gov- j Morgan has re- for losses of an-s home w i:h This, from rnment. Minister oeived many claims en it was lmimateil that th- greater part of thee I sales were for the account o? nromi- I nent longs many pit traders joined In i turhanoes im- .-i-uu.g imnvinciii. i re result was j a quick decline. Throuth.nit the re- the day the sentiment was i ct. center of -This re; cyclonic rion ilis- THEY DIED IN DARKNESS MAS 5AGHUSETTS NO TARIFF WANTS REVISION Explosions Seeiity Perished in the West Fork 3!im Disaster. Entomltment In Colorado. Declaration by the Republican Convention Against More Reciprocity IUlietieh). nine bodies st K. YV. V.i haw b-. ik of the TaritV rhaiujes Jlsiy he They Shall A fleet All .Mike. f I mainder neartsii. An influent al factor in th situation was a considerable in primarr lro-ipts the total today being 1 ."42i bushe increase arrivals imals and other damages. General Pino Guerra. accompanied bv bushels In a year as was a de ' staff, rode through Havan todav hi and attiacud much attention and ap- lit r..-..-i i . k . v - - . v t "i- i hi I I nil IMII i made by Americans that the Cuban i tlag was Hying over the palace while ' that building is occupied by the Atner- j ican governor. Mr. Taft said today. "I am working for the renuhlio. ami fhe tlag will float as long as 1 am here." in the Th.e at prii ma '. DISARMAMENT AT SANTIAGO. Santiago. Oct. Th,- mustering out j of the revolutionists was completed to- ! day. The work was conducted by a i commission. Only one-fifth of the men'1 turned over their ritles. the otheis claims that their guns were their per- sonal property. Confidence has been largely restored and bu proved. .with l.tMt5.iV:o I sjHinding day : bearish factor . cent tHr bushi 1 ; in Kansas City, i weak. Poctmher wh- j'i hi;rh: r at j to T.-T, ther I close was 1 off I "orn w.is a tr weakr.ess of w h i off at l ight offerings he!p--d t firmness in th otits mark !. compared the corre- j o. Another; ne of ' j to l i ports of susar cane blown down or sujjar mills demolished aie coming in from thoe sections. The damage including that done in New i r.oston. Oct. T.. A bio 'diate tariff revision and pious ot incii-asi,! r,.ti schedules, led by liui;. lie . to Immr to the chain- local tra ! X . 1A ss, w a s ot k.-t wheat dosed , 1 a shade to, s..Id v'p1 rr.Ni. The or-.ni ...'. to de, l'ned t it 74-.. 74'i. fie easier because of 'Ht. I'Vcember closed Oct. f.. Twenty en recovered from it least three of which were .1,.. w. .... v....... ... . . .. , o l.l I ! l IU" I Ol. I HI. HI. IS Ot- tornadoes and caused a loss of six lives, lieries company m.ne al Pocahontas, with nine persons fatally injured. ! Va., and a onservat i e estimate places About daylight heavy storms broke the total number of dead at seventy, within one hundred miles west, north- K soiling parlies have reached tho and cast ..f New Orleans. Tonight n-- f,'"f of the explosion, but the im- u&ur cane and cotton crops ' meiise amount of debris and wreck age has hampered the search for bodies. Thoiv Is no e idence thus far ' 'r,,, ''..lay in the Massachusetts of tire. rcl'Ubin.in on- r t ion. which adopted Oi leans is placed at over $1 ono iva. The i litre is nothing authentic to be ; w,'"OUI ivm-ndratioi. a luatfortu call- tornauo ioith was between ,'.:o0 ;l ,uj , iea mh d as to th.e act ua 1 number of :m-r. '"r ll 'aiitf chances : 7. o'clock, ll devastated t.oi-t i.ms of!u"" perished in the mine. Usually:1'0 roi'"' n.-cessary from t'm. three parishes. New Orleans was is-I ' "ere are alneat ! miners in the sec- xvll, ,!,e understanding they be un ited by another tornado and a third!''"" afleded by the explosiou. exclu-i l1'0'1 ilS1 secfons of the country and passed northward of ltilosi on the gu'.risive '1'ivers. nippers and ' trackmen. I tl Industries. coast. j The only way to tell how many are j Harmony prevailed at the conveii The first tornado stiuck YV-i li.. t..:i I nussing wouiil lie to make a complete ;". men iioinmate.t t.y occlamatioi Needed Now and Industries and All Ttien toit Loealit ies .'i.tniiiPrt j.ar lifter he 1 member d P night ti-iit . time tl.eis !.. took a proceedings inid I he pl.u foi m I he ether pl.i : form , omniit t.-e ;-e ap. loving li i national ac. ,i nieiits. especially Ti i - effort cairvmg out and It t The pl.ltf. com m V.l.i i io I lie pro i ons ..f Islale conimerc law m expren.-vd -.-p. ru r.... n th i r.'.ui a pi.ii.k '"'l-i1'::- tov .i : ( v -i. -t Ha ton! r-.i ii .ioouv u u oiha. Kio.ng .mi s. i Theodore Fa ret and her daughter Mrs. "'ent maintain i i White. siness is ir.i- Captain McCoy will viit eastern Hn-; DEPARTURE OF TRANSPORTS I vana on Saturday and hope to com-j New York. Oct. f.. The Ward -line ! plete disarmament there without loss 1 steamers Seneca Niacin ,.i m,.. : province dis-lterey. which were hartero.l hi- Die! overnment to transport troops to' York today. By ; Mrs. Fa ret "s husband wnc laiaoy injures ana two more men were' j badly injured in the collapse of a sugar j nil! nn the St. Daphne plantation, i j J'.aton Kogue was slightly damaged.; j in St- James parish one woman w hose J name tjas not been learned was killed and Mrs. 11. II. Webber al daughter, Mrs. John Meyer, and a negro are re- j ported fatally injured. Fifteen build- Tl .... . .. ; ings were blown completely down In' The Winner of the baseball Touma-this parish. Geo. iiawes and a son audi meat will be naowa Tomorrow, i daughter were killed by the collapse GLOBE MM TIED WITH LOS ANGELES liensus of the emidt.ves is so intense that i done. ; I It will take ten days to clear tiie' nine of wreckage. The most fortunate; ttature is the fact that the mine ha) not taken fire. The management say i that twenty-five dead have already, been recovered ar.d that twenty are, missing and believed to be dead. Ai large number of men have been d:g- j ging in the debris. At the improvised morgue Hunger- ians and n. groes thnmged to id nttry: Hie dead and as fast as this is done i but the excite- ! slate ticket compose,! elit: this laimot h' ' n no' office. The t i- k ! lows: elv o 't fo .'!. nan "who h;-d , xp . t 111 public officio is w it i pun.shei it withf. i' ne i . . -f.; in t!.. of time. In Santa Clara armament is fining on vigomuslv and' will. Gov- Cuba, sailed from New w ith every evidence of goo.l ernor Taft said he believed that the! only reeion where there was a poss:-i bility of trouble to be Camaguy. j The disarming operation? conducte1 : today in western Havana by Major! Eugene F.v L,add of the disarmament; commission was not all smooth sailing.! After the disarming of fJeneral ru-1 tillo's personil escort w hich produced j futy guns. Major I.ndd proceeded disarm the men of D?1 Cat'llo's br ade commands. I'pon meeting Gene: Arancia at Santiago. Major Ladd wasj told that his force cf r.oi men had al-: ready. dispersed but that l.'O guns would' be turneo over this evening. When I Major Ladd returned, however, only! forty guns were forthcoming. Major' Ladd suspected the subordinates of! ojncealing their weapons and threat-) ened to take the matter up with Gov-: ernor Taft. The subordinates at or.ee! promised to produce the remainder of' the guns. j The forces under Ouas were dis, j armed by Major Ladd this afternoon at i San Antonio De Los llanos. General j Guas went over the default in his! tomorrow it said six other transports I from wui nae saiseil ror Newport News to take on troons. They are steamers Ad miral Farragut, Admiral Schley, r.er gen. Mobile. Cubana, and Zealandia. On Monday it lx expected that the transports Rayamo. Lupar and Jacob Iright w ill sail. o (Special.) In 1 ucson w on I I of their 1-ouse :.i.l .r.nh,- .a.ti.i .r v!the bodies are placed in coffins an I family was fatally injured. A negro I removed. Enormous crow ds are gath ered here lb ernor Curtis Guild Jr.. Host on. l.i-'Ulenant governor Kbcn S. Drap er, of Iloi.edale. Secretary of state Wm. Malon.-, Bost on. "Treasurer and receiver general Ar thur 11. Chapin. Holioke. Auditor Henry 10. Turner. Maiden Attorney general I Vina Malone, Gr. i tif ied. The convention cheered Attorney General Wm. 11. Moody r. peaiciliy. A chairman of the committee on rvsolu- greet lllg r.i'ii i el in isi oad in iut y and , . . iimi as a poi. ru iniiu.-r.e ill the wm M and a wise and s leader ill Wliul.'.-,,!!!,. l.gi.-l.ti. Interest of the whole people." ' The iolminist ra t ion ..f rn..! Jtiild was at priced and public .irtt,. r slilp was o..os.-.). Sympithy was e- i pressed with the Jews in Foiand an I I Jlussia. "although with a s. ns.- ,.f ,r... ! found re:i!iz.ition that our garni. :,! ; are not free from the innocent l.;...j Americans of African descent." The platform.' dealing w ith l!.- ,,t. ram-hisenieiit of n.-groes in tli urges tl.e enforcement of the fitieeri: . imendni. nt to the, constitution as ll - '"sacred duty to the c.untrv.'" was also fatally injured there, beside injuries to a dozen other persons. Tl. . . 1. 1 I . . . . . . i ..it in ii ii im u.'.uu sirui iv .New i r- morning by a score leans about S p. m. Although no lives Globe. Ariz.. Oct. ;. tht baseball tournament El I'aso this fo r to 1. Harnett's pitching doing the ' w ere lost here the pr opfrty damage work ar.d his supp-a t being good. In ' reached $r,iia.0ufi and many persons were game Los Angeles won a fast game by a score one in mid iffiPRIGES SHIMED ABOUT tile afternoon from Globe in of 3 io 2. Los Angtdes I tiie first inning and there was no mor run-getting until the firth inning, when by good hitting and the errors (if thc-ir j oi laments. Globe seoied to runs. ! The lead was not long retained, as I Los Ange'. -s by goad batting and sharp from ail ov. The mine tonight from gas anJ safe foi work in. r the country. is reported f ree j rtlief parties t 1 FIFTEEN DOOMED. FIGHTING CLERKS i 1 HE ANNUAL CONFERENCE TUMBLED TO DEATH, Of HIE MORMON CtlL'RCil An Explosion Converts a Colorado Mine Into Tomb. And Then Returned to the Opening Level. New York. (Vt. 5. The distinguished today by movement of prices. There heavy volume' of trading by- market was an erratic was a profes uase running m yie seventh added two;to rardt runs to its pcore, regaining the lead, which it held to the end. Crandiill for Globe and Hi.?er for Iis Angeles bath pitched good ball. Thes ilubs are noiv tied for firs-t plai e in the tournament and will play the deciding game on Sunday. o injured, one fatally. Fully S"o build inirs were damaged, about seventy-rive bing blown down. Most of the dam aged buildings were negro cabins and it was here that nearly all of the injuries occurred. The path of th tornado through the city was about eight miles long, enter ing from the Mississippi river nt Ati-'moln'nS by duhon rark and traveling northwest 1 WI'"-'ked the i street and then after n cir-'r":'1 in which they were cuitous course to XavW and Magnolia ever- enly six men streets, it passed no;hwar- our of tie!kl,own to have been in the tunnel tt city. The path was about thirty feet j tl,e t ime of the exi.'.osion. but the usual wide and at two or thre points jt, night shift numbers fifteen and not e retched a hundred feet. The tornado! of them have been located outside the appeared at a distance as a cloud j mine. sweeping the surface of the eirth Its1 Tiescuing patties have Taken out fovr In Their Struggle They Fell From Fourth Story Window. a freident Smith in His Addreti ! Avoids Reference to His Indictmect. Denver. Oct. S. According- to a spe cial to the News fifteen men are be I'eved to be entombed in the Dutchman mine at Hlossberg at 2:3. o'clock this an explosion which alls and roof of the tur- 1 flt'm Cleveland. O.. Oct. ; ich ot hit's arms two the fourth story Ciutch'.-d 'mini; men of the I. Iif fell uke working. How - j Shore railroad office building and weie are jxisitively 1 hurled to their d-ath on the pavement below at a o'c locK this afternoon. The lead m n are J. V. Hunts, aged 3 an i Harry Wilfred. 17 years old, both f whom wtre clerks in th? of fie- of the superintendent of motive power of the Lake .Shore railroad. Hunts w:s killel sionals but at the close there had be no apparent shifting of the price level.! BONDS. I. S. r-f. 2s reg. I03-V coupon l03-i: " NEW YORK REPUBLICANS OPEN THE CAMPAIGN course was undulating, being skipped entirelv skyward. Freouently fences on one sidr some P'lildlng as it bounded. It demoTtshed while if the proin.se io r.is ionowers that they count l . js reg. l'1-. coujxin 1031: old 4s! keep their guns. He said that he was j registered .102'i. coupon 102l4: new 4s ; willing to do this to show his conii- i reg. 130'2. coupon i dence in the Americans. Detachments i " j of the farces of his subordinates have' STOCKS. j been, with 2'u volunteers, stationed at I Atchison. KiS: Atchison pfd. 101:1 Guiria. A a result of ill feeling, the j R. & O.. 123',; H. & o. pfd, fd; Chicago ; families of his followers residing in Great Western. 1ST: fhicatro North-i Candidate Hughes Greeted With the f the sfeet l rot nn object op the other side jstr-et was disturbed. i The storm was several minutes I crossing the city and hundreds of p.er I sons who heard it approaching tin 1 Wildest Enthusiasm. j liilir ill get i.-.ii. ii I.;. pawl. ing race was made by a car loaded with passengers on their to work. At Marengo street the torman threw on full power. The fly ing car was less than half a blo.-k past a roller skating rink when that struc ture went down. Another car was de railed. A small iTeero girl was blown ceommodated. Hun- j so far across the canal as to be rescued! gathered in adjacent J by persons on th oppos:te bank. ! The saving of the Charity hospital i An whii way Guiria have been volunteers. The men disarmed do not dare to return to Guiria. Major Ladd has promised to report this mat ter to Governor Taft. and Guiria will be garrisoned by marines and volun teers will be disarmed and disbanded. The last last of Pino Guerra's forces entrained this afternoon at Hir.con. It has been agreed that a!l the ex insurgents are to ket p the horses rid den by. them in the campaign. In or der to prevent substitution on the way today Colorado Southern. Eio Grande. 42l: badly treated by the I western. 2061-:. C. M. & St. P., 17f."s: 4ri'4: Denver and Tl.,...... .... i:.. j-.... . . . .... v . -i..-. 1."-IM fl iilill I W IJ j Grande pfd. sr.; Eri, 46T!: Illinois Cen ;tral. 174: M. P.. SSU: M. K. & T.. itV.'. S:.; Southern. SS,: I'. 1'.. 17; Wabash. 20s,; Wabash cific. tr. p. pfd. P21- pfd, 43. dead bodies, orre of whi identified as Jans Janski. a singie map.. 4it years of age. All but one of the nipht shift are Austrian, the excep tion being an Ameri -an. Fire damp has settled in the tunnel making rescue niwotk difficult. It is not thought that ' any of the entombed men can live with 'this condition prevailing. As yet ro excit- llr" ,las oeen reporten. h was' Th mine is owned and operat the St l has been ! instantly and Wilfred di d in an amhu- while being conveyed to the hos- METALS. New- York. Oct. L. The Lo:idon tin market was lower today. Lot-ally th? market was ea y. Spot was quoted at Electro-Chemical Mixed Paints D. H. BURTIS Equal in durability and quality to any $2.2 price, only $1.75 per gallon. It lasts for years. paint sold in, this city. Any color ydu want. 15 E. Washington St. Our New York. Oct. f. The New York republican campaign was formally opened in this city tonight with a ' meeting that attracted a greater crowd j than could be v I ureds of t: s.iri I streets tc, greet the car.dida.tes as they j arrived, and gave them a posy send- j ! off as thev left. ( Charles E. Hughes, the candidate for' governor, made the principal speech. : i Enthusiasm found expression in out- j 'bursts of music, cheers, and. shouts of1 personal compliments. accompanied with the waving of banners and hats, j Several matters touched upon in his I letter of acceptance were elaborated by! Hughes, and he again emphasized that his candidacv is one of goo.l citizen- ship rather than of politics. 1 by Louis, kinky Mountain ard company and is well eouipped electrical appliances, explosion is not with ail modern The cause of th known. UNDERGROUND EXPLOSION. Sight Men Killed in Subway. Philadelphia la nee pital. The young men had had some trouble previously and a renewal of it led to aa altercation between them. It was as a re-ult of this that they fell from a window which was oj-e-n directly in front of them. During their flight through the air neither relaxed his death-like grasp and each held to the other until their bodies stiuck the pavement. DENIAL OF A QUARREL. It was later stated that the two men were on the best of terms and good r.aturedly bandied words over some works in which Hunts wanted the oth er to assist him. They playfully start ed to wrestle and fell over th low sill of the windows. Salt I-ake. Oct. An ad !r. .-s i Joseph Smith was the principal eve-.; at t!;e sevi nty-sevei.th annua! cor.f-r-ence of the Mormon church. Pr---id--.: Smith advised Mormon parents to .11-conti-iue the practice of sending t!.. children to Ferhn to study, saying th.; many young people there h. Id Tie:, -selves aloof from them. He made ni direct allu-i 'ii to ii Indict tin-tit. but said: "1 t every live such an ex'-rnplary !if- th.it can be nothing said kcaiast hi tru- to his popi... i.. t and pure in his way a d own man there Let h in 1 h.m be true and pure in h the title (bid will Uphold Id;,! e,.:l if he is d privet! of his liberty in pri.- .n. ' -o- LUMBER SCHOONER ASHORE. Los Angel. Oct. .". T!i" h.mb. r schooner Shasta i asl.o; jv.ir. j Conception. She left San IVur.. for i Grays Harbor last night at S o'riock .and grounded early this mornh.g w ita a ercw of five men. Captain H.nr:i. The boat is in baliast. There re rvj details. from more than a nominal damage was, attributed to a big gas tank which j Philadelphia. (Vt. 5. Eight men wer stood between the hospital and the:kind and nearly two score of persons tornado. The tornado strmk full ' were injured today bv an explosion of against the tank, which stood the shot-K i illuminating gas in the Market stre although its iron sides were dented bvjpub"n' t Sixth street. HI: flvino- timbers. A curious fact in thati'r-.cs were slr.'ken and for a the tank marks the list pln. e in th' either side nearly every window was he San Diego land district In. Califor- proi LAND WITHDRAWN. Washington. Oct. .". The secretary o the interior has withdrawn from h build-'"mtry all public land within an aret block ('ii 1 o eitrht hundred thousand acres in storm's path w here damage was done-1 55 'ia .erect, l ne street caved and the many witnesses sav that thi;in traffic. Fire followed th cloud arose and disappeared nftor i slon. but did r.o damn ge to neighboring in, halt- ; nia to be incorporated in the explo-' San D.cg. forest reserve. osed CAN'T STOP TALKING Farmer Talks Grape-Nuts to A!i Friends. His The Latttson Business College PHOENIX, ARIZONA.' Gregg or Graham Shorthand, Touch Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Penman ship, Spelling. Arithmetic, etc., thoroughly taught. Write for catalogue and investigate-our courses. The great rtivate training school of the Southwest. fool. . The average farmer is nobody j ll takes a pretty level head to j farm, and the more carefuily he i the more successful he is. A Mo. j er writes : j "1 want to say so.neth :ig , c.:apc-.N ais as a ioo.i tun as i am just structural Iron Works ;a common old farmer. I cant put it as . StK.,n storv blown off- THE PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK PHOENIX. ARIZONA rld- Cit&I. - - $109,000 Sarpln and Undivided Frflt, $90,000 . B. GAGE. President. r BCKMISTER, Cashier" McCLG' VlccPrIdent StUliBd Tlt aad Steal Safety Deposit Exe. Uenvral BaaKiaa Saalaasa. Drafta am all Principal Citie f the Warld. Sage, R. Fredericks, L. H. Chalmers. H. J. McCluag. strong as 1 w ould like to. i pital "Lut 1 would love for all the world to . house know (t.nat don't alreadv know) about striking the tank. There were several forewarr.ings of the storm. list night on Lake. Pontchartrain a water spout demolished a fiame ilub house of the Angelus ilub. tearing it apart almost board by hoard. At Liloxi. Miss., the tornado swept through the woods, de molishing rart of a lumber train and run a i injuring two men. thinks i The following is a partial list of the farm-j damage in this city: Illinois Central i warehouse No. 1. blown down: New about j Orleans Pulley Works, all razed: Hell l just Structural Iron Works, most of the Charity, hos tile merit of Grape-Nuts food. It has j done me arid my famiiy nurc good in I the way of bringing about good health, adjusting tear systems, purifying our ! blood and keeping our stomachs in good order than all the medicines wo have ever taken. "My little boy was pale and not have much appetite until v.e began the use of Grape-Nuts about a . yea. ago. Now ho is robust and hearty, eats Oil roof damaged: tower of engine No. 11. blown down: 'Columbia mills destroyed and warehouses de molished: Jefferson mill damaged THE PRESC0TT NATIONAL BANK, - Prescott, Arizona. United States Depository. Capital Paid up $100,000 Surplus and Undivided Profita ft 90,009 F. M. MURPHY, President, MORRIS GOLD WATER, Vic Prea. R. N. FREDERICKS, Cashier. - A. W. M'CASH, Asst. Cashier. Accounts solicited. Advances made on Bullion and Concentrates. Es wwt SEXkc.tiltr- Safe devoalt Var.lt c and Fore Ism Kxchang-e Denajtmant. COMPLETE REPAIR SHOPS, WITH SKILLED WORKMEN Je-welry, 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 selling it. N. FRIEOfilAli, Mfg Jeweler, 8 EaV.a st- Grape-Nuts every day and enjoys per fect health. "I have prevailed upon my neighbors to try Orr.pe-Nuts and it is astonishing, the results. I would not be without it if I had to pay $l.'a a package. "A year ago 1 read about it and had my grocer order some. I bought most of it and soon saw the benents from it and then began to talk Grapo-Nuts to everyone. Now I don't know- b-nvmany packages the grocer sells each week, but he keeps nearly everybody around here supplied. "Now Vu can publish this if you want to or do as you please, but you can't keep me from talking about Grape-Nuts, for there is no equal to it anywhere." Name given by Postum Co.. Rattle Creek. Mich. Read book. "The Road to Weliviik "There's a reason." Mobile. Ala.. Oct. :.. At 11:10 this morning a tornado passed near Tus kala. a station on the Mobile & Ohio railroad, about twelve miles north of ! Mobile. No loss of life has been re l:m. did I j.orted, and owing to it being a thinly- populated section, not much damage is reported. I it was l feet w.iie. and ieued much timber. The Western I'nion Telegraph company lost wires along the Mobile vi Ohio, the Louisville & Nashville and the Southern railroads. The wires went down simultaneously. Mobile felt no effects of the tornado. SALVADOREAN MINISTER. Washington, Oct. 3. Senor Jos" Rosa Pas. the new minister to the Lnited States from Salvador and Hon duras, was presented to President Roosevelt today. buildings. The loss it is believed will exceed $300.0V1. The Head: JOHN LAWLKRS. agel Co: timber forema n. FRANK LEANS. IS years of age: employed by the I "nited Gas Improve ment company. 1 GATO REGXXIO." Z7 years old: Pitts burg, laborer. JOHX SCOTT, laborer. FRANK RFIDLEMAX. aged 4Z. a tailor. FRANK CROLLER. laborer. R. CAPKRO. laborer. JOHN PACEY. carpenter. Reidelman was killed by flying de bris. Croller's body was recov from the excavation late this nft noon. The subway is being const ed for the Philadelphia R:ip'd Tr company. The exact cause of the ex plosion was not learned. A BRIDGE GAVE WAY "Circus people," when in our town. If you want to taste candy of renown, Go to Donofrio's and get Cactus Candy. ifn BUGGY TIRES REPAIRING Wheels Sold, Rented and Repaired EM Phoenix Cycle Go j antit U U Phone Red 524. 22 W. Adams St. 31 It's Racyclc Time Another shipment ef "lli easy-e-oir." Raeycles- Jut arrived. h'lit fry one for that ikir habit Fecft4 btss and rvr w micrnA Wheels t i "kid- r-rier. Lirvoi -.-!-(one' punctures. H. S. GRISWOLD j "The Biksclegisr 34-36 W. Adams St Phone fU4 12 1 V. --- - . , - -. . - -',- - - .--t - Precipitating Twenty-five Students Into a Stream Forty Feet Below. FOR RENT ft AMBASSADOR LEISHMAN. Constantinojd, today oCHcialiy . Oct. The SuIMn received Ambassador vead the ; Irishman who nresi nted his ireden- in 1 kgs. ti;lis iis the first ambassador from th- L'nited States to Turkey. Menominee, Mich.. Oct. 5. While a party of twenty-five students of the High school was .standing on a fool bridge at Oconton Kails. Wis., today, watching the falls, the structure col lapsed, hurling the whole prty for.y feet into the stream. W. Rallou. aged 14. was killed, and Yiga Sentil. Hazel Oenisen and Frank IVnley were seri ously injured. Prof. Xewcomb was : badly hurt, several others were slightly injured. The hri.lge was 2"0 feet long, but the water in the stream was oniy three feet deep. Twenty-live other stu dents were on the bridge just before it fell. Forepaugh-Sells circus tickets For the show is dandy; Donofrio sells ice cream, Also Cactus Candy. 1 Gasa Loma Hotel DINING ROOM From Octcber Isl Reference required W. J. KINGSBURY Ranches For Rent h I y 12 Of the besf Ranches in the Salt River Valley j v. t I DWIGHT B. HEARD !! Ternpe, Arizona Center and Adams Streets.