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THE ARIZONA HEP LJ IUjICAX, TilUUSDAY JIOItXISQ 21 OVE 3XU1LU 11)0(5 16 iiC (8008 3 Osv Liquor IjUFB HAS CURFD 20,000 VICTIMS OP THE LIQUOR HABIT TO ANY MAN WHO IS THE SLAVE OF ALCOHOLISM, OR WHO FEELS THAT HE IS REACHING THIS CONDITION, OR TO. THE FRIENDS OF SUCH A MAN WE WILL GIVE UNQUESTIONABLE PROOF THAT-OUR TREATMENT IS AN ABSOLUTE AND PERMA NENT CURE FOR ALCOHOLISM AND ALL OF ITS DISASTROUS SYMPTOMS. BY THIS WE MEAN THAT WE WILL REMOVE THE CRAVING FOR LIQUOR AND WILL PERMANENTLY REPAIR THE DISASTROUS RESULTS CAUSED BY ALCOHOLIC STIMULANTS. WE WANT YOU TO FULLY INVETIGATE THE WORK WE HAVE DONE AND ARE DOING ALONG THIS LINE. - CALL OR WRITE The Manna 3 Day Liquor Cure Go. Rooms 216-217 Flemimg Block, Phoenix, Ariz. THIS SANITARIUM IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF A LOCAL REGISTERED PHYSICIAN. fl 4 IHtjNORTHERN COUNTRY IS FILLED Willi INDIANS Continued From--Page 1. The settlers charge that the Indian guides employed by the federal troop. are acting treacherously and leading the troops on false trails to keep the soldiers from overtaking the I'tes.. The settlers mention among the guides Womans I)ress, American Horse an. I White Cow Hull. Some Hoopers of th Tenth cavalry marched all Tuesday night to capture a small band of I'tes reported to lie encamped on P.itte;- 'reek, but found no Indians, at the designated place. Trainmen arriving tonight report that 10o Sioux Indians were wandering fifteen miles northwest of Sheridan. The I'tes, it is. said, . make forced marches northward by . night, hiding from the soldiers by day In the Broken eountry through which they are. trav eling. The I'tes should soon arrive in lUraey, it is thought. A CLASH UNEXPECTED. Omaha, Neb.. Oct. 31. Advices re ceived at army headquarters here a.', lute as 5 o'clock this afternoon from .Major Grierson. in command of the de 'nchment of the Tenth Cavalry whicn first took the field in pursuit of the Utes in Wyoming, say that there is no prospect of a dah between the troop anil the Indians. The latter are quiet ly hunting in the mountains near then camp on Pov.d-r river Ing toward the Cheyenne reservation as was reported. Major Grierson ex pects tohave a conference1, with th-' chiefs of the band in a; clav o-o. HORRIBLE BEATING OF SAM BERGER the tenth round. Only once did Berger seem to have a chance. This was in the third round. At the opening of the round he dropped Kaufman with a right to the jaw. Kaufman stayed down nine seconds. Berger floored him again with a left to mm? place. Again. Kaufman took the court for nin sec onds and was up again. In a clinch. Berger threw him to the floor again, hut Kaufman came up strong and fought back hard. In the second lound Kaufman land ed with his right on Berger's jaw, and floored him. Berger stayed down nine seconds and came up groggy, hut man aged to last through the round. After the third round Kaufman fought in close, and did damaging work with right and left uppercuts that Berger appeared unable to avoid. In the last few rounds he grew steadily weaker. His legs wobbled and his blows lacked steam. Occasionally he would stand up and swing, but he seldom landed. All the time Kaufman was boring and uppercuttir.g in clinches. In the ninth round Berger went down for the count from a right to the jaw. He got up. and Kaufman slugged him all through the remainder of the round. When the tenth round opened Kaufman went at his man viciously and soon beat him Into a state of helplessness. Bercer could not hold up his hands or he-id and was from the first about to fall to the floor when his seconds threw up the sponge. Berger tipped the beam at l:0. Kaufman weighed five pounds less. o A CANADIAN TEST OF MODUS VIVENDI i( r - " ' ' . ' . Jl ' - Ti t V-J V '7 IK At the End of the Tenth Al Kaufman He was Stand. Round With Unable to San Francisco, 0 t. S1.--A1 Kaufman gave Sam Berger an awful hinting to night and w hen Burger was pi act h all v n-'i'j iiiov- j out, r.is seconus tnrew up tlie sponge It is to be Determined Whether the Mother Country's Agreement is Superior to Dominion's Laws. St. Johns. X. V.. O. t. 31. The colo nial government has decided to test the validity of the modus Vivendi. It is sued an official notice today enforcing the bait act. which forbids New Koun in landers to fish on board foreign vessels within colonial waters, and it intends to prosecute one or more colonial fish ermen who have been shipped by Americans outside the three-mile limit, after these men have been paid of by the American vessels on which they are serving. After this the superior court or the privy council will determine whether or not the modus vivendi overrides colonial enactments. The government furthermore calcu lates that this threat of prosecution w!T deter the colonists from going beyond the marine boundaries to join American vessels, and the latter will therefore be unable to secure crews to catch her ring. A"s this would nullify the spirit of the modus vivendi, whiih agrees J 9 o 1 h 6 is a R (3 Keep a Watchful Eye on Our Shoe Ad. in the Republican! Look at Our Shoe Window! It Doesn't Cut Any Ice What Way the Elec tion Goes, Get a New Footing" on Satyirdaw Move be ir EI When We Will Place on Sale 150 Pairs of n 3 r: r; iwi m -Mom j $3, $3.50 and $4 Sh t; ; a fin yQVi leu i oes for t fr m t t e i -it it I IS iy At a Price that Offerings Ever Will Eclipse Any Shoe Made to Arizonians See Saturday's Republican for Particulars ! n ,1 that nobody shall be penalized for join ing Ameriian vessels, it is expected to result in trouble bet ween the cabinets at London and at Washington. The latter will pn.liably demand that Great Brit ain make good the pledge embodied in the modus vlvr-ndl. o A MEXICAN SHOOTING.. THE To GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMA TION OF A GENERAL ELECTION. Be Held November 6, 1905. In Which A Douglas Man Prominent Roll. Took a Who's who in this Hearst political game? "It's a tangle,' says Lincoln Steffens, "too much of a tangle to be un raveled in the usual way." But Mr. Steffens throws a great light upon this and his methods in an unusual article "Hearst, The Man of Mystery" in man The American Magazine For NOVEMBER A bold, searching investigation and analysis, a sincere attempt to get at the-facts of Hearst's career without preju dice, his motives, his ambitions,, his ideas of journalism and politics. w ithout doubt, the most comprehensible por trayal of Hearst yet written, with some striking conclu sions as to his ability, his character and his proposed achievements. It's more than worth while to read this article and in the same number are other readable and important con tributions : "Adventures in Contentment," by David Gray son; a splendid picture of San Francisco and its people tack ling their great problems, by Ray Stannard Baker; a humor ous Thanksgiving story by Ellis Parker Butler; "Sky Sailing," the Millionaire's Pastime, by A. V. Rolker, etc. a t 5 i! The American Magazine is now issued under the editorship of John S- PhilUps in a-ociation with the following editors and writers: Ida M. Tarbell, F. P. Dunne (author of Mr. Dooley ), William Allen U nite, Lincoln Stef lens, Ray Stannard Baker. 10 Cents 1l. lu r At Any News-stand $1.00 a Year THE PHILLIPS PUBLISHING COMPANY, 141-117 Filth Avenue, New York. If ' ' rcl rpo0 iBonnHr l MARICOPA I . Jg ROUTE S S0UTH.ERNfHl!ACiFS 1 cr If v;v:- v--.1;:-- ! Oinrp. Samuols ici was formerly in tho iiniiloy of tin- DourIus Imiirove ment t-oiiiTiany in Iouglas, has got into trouhk- in 'JVmosachie. Chihua hua, Mexico, where he went a. month aiio. Samuels left Iiouslas a little i lore than a year a;o, hut returned for a few days a month ago. The Chi- ( huahua Enterprise Rives the following I ;i(T"unt of a .shooting scrape at Te- j i.iosachic wherein Samuels played th-s j role of the gun man: "Temosachic. the western terminus of the Chihuahua & Pacific railroad j and distributing point to the Greene j cntr ! pi ises. had to have 'another shoot- ; ing affair last Wednesday night, not , withstanding the authorities had put ! the quietus on the tough hombres j since Turner killed Walton and 'Big I Mat' biddings tried to kill the mayor.! In this latest case Geo. Samuels, nick- i named 'Slinf.- put a 32 calibre bullet . into the hack of Hob Templeton's neck, and It came out in the right cheek. The wound is not serious, however, I Samuels fled, presumably to the hills; ; and has not been captured at last ac-! counts. ! "The following are the particulars so far as obtained: Samuels a tele phone line man for the Greene com panies came into Leonard's saloon in Temosachic and 'got drunk. About 9 p. in. last Wednesday. Graham, a watchman for the Greene companies, came into the saloon, got a drink and started to go to his duties. "Samuels wanted him to remain, and in a drunken way held him. Gra ham tried repeatedly to r,i and Sa;n r.el.s continued to detain him. Then Templeton. the bartender. " reach -d over the bar and in a kind way, laid his hand on Samuel's arm arid under took to dh-suade the latter from de taining. Graham. Samueis jerked out a 32-calibre pistol and shoved it in Templeton's face when the latter ducked and the bullet took effect as stated above. Whether the shot was intended or accidental is not known, as t is .said Samuels has a good repu tation. Any way, he took to the hills. "A somewhat humorous aftermath lias shown up in connection with this case. G. II. Uhle. a tall slender man. about the size of Samuels, was coming in on the c. & p. train on Thursday. The police at Minaca. Satita Isabel and here held him up. thinking him to be the fugitive. Clile would in each case hold up his hands showing his two thumbs." Samuels is minus one thumb. I'hle left yesterday for Kl Paso and his friends are wondering how he made it through Ahumada and Juarez. To thai people of Arizona: Pursuant to the provisions of Chap ter 1. title XX K!ect;o:is. of the Re vised Statutes of Arizona, 1'jnl, it is hereby proclaimed by the governor of Arizona: That a general by the qualified tory of Arizona, day of November, t!..- tl. o:. election shall be held voters of the Terr' on Tuesday, the 6lh 1 9tJ for the follow- j OUR VERSION. To what do you fortune?" inquired ist. To my dishonorable ancestors svvered the American millionaire, an expansive smile. owe your immense the Japanese tour- an-with ing named officers: A Delegate to Congress; One member cf the Legislative 1 Council, by the qualified voters of the) counties of Pima and Santa Cruz 1 jointly.- One member oi the legislative coun cil and one member of the house of representatives. in Apache county: one member of the legislative council and one member of the house of rep resentatives in Coconino county; one : member of the legislative counc'l and ' three members of the house of repre- sentatives in Cochise county; one j member of the legislative council and ! one member of the house of repre j sentatives In Gi'a county; one member ; of the legislative council and two j members of the house of representa I tives. in Graham county; one member j of the legislative counc'l and four members of the house of representa ; tives in Maricopa county; one ! member of the legislative council ! and one member of house of rep resentatives in Mohave county; j one member of the legislative I council and one member of the house j f representatives in Xavajo county; ; three members of the house of repre- I seniaiives in 1'ima county; one mern J ber of the legislative council and two j j members of the house of rr-rsenta- l j tives in Pinal county; r?:.c member of 1 the house of representatives in Santa Cruz county; one member of the leg- j islative council and thrcv members of the house of representatives in Yava- j pia county; one member of the legis lative council, and one member of the ' house of representatives in Yuma 1 county. And in each of the several counties by the qualified electors thereof, one probate judge, and where the probate judge is not, by virtue of his office, : county school superintendent, also a ' county school superintendent, one dis- i trict attorney; one sheriff, one treas- ; urer. who shall also be, by virtue of his office, tax collector; one recorder one surveyor; two members of board of . supervisors, and such other county officers where vacane'es have occurred in the offices, ami svhieh may hereafter and before said election oc cur, which are required or authorized by law to be filled at said election. Also, in each of the several justice precincts of the several counties in the territory, having a population of five thousand or over, two justices of th peace, and two constables, and in each of the several justice precincts of said counties, having a population of. less than five thousand, one justice of the peace and one constable. And I do hereby offer a reward of fifty dollars for the arrest and con vistion of any and every person vio lating' any (tf the prois'ons of IV, Pait I. of the Penal cewarus to be paid until amount hereafter exp-.-r.ded f.r purpose readies the amount of thousand dollars. In witness weherof. I have hereun:- set my hand and caused th- Ore..: Seal of the territory of Arizona to 1.. affixed. Done at Phoenix, the capita', this first day of September, Am. Domini, 19"5. (Seal) JOSEPH H. KIHKIIY. By the governor. W. P. NICHOLS. Secretary of the Territory of Ar zor.i. o SUSQUEHANNA DAM. At McCall Ferry. Pa., forty n.!T -: from Paltimore and sixty miles fr"i.i i Philadelphia, there is in course of con struction one or me greatest aams ;n the country, intended to develop from the waters of the Susquehanna rlvtr electric power to the delivered capacity of from 75. 0 to 1i.i"0 horse power. When completed the electricity gener ated there will be supplied to llaltimon Philadelphia. New York. Lancaster. Harrisburg, York and a number of oth er cities. THE ATLANTIC UNION. Prof. Muhhead of Harvard is takin-c an active interest in this country i i the furtherance of Lord Monkswell's Atlantic anion, formed to promot friendly and social relations between American and British statesmen, art ists, authors and educators. Amor..; the council of this union are "Ian Ma' -Laren," Conan Doyle, Lord Coleridg--. the Karl of Aberdeen, H. A. Jones, An thony Hope, the Earl of Elgin and many o;her British rotables. Sir Wal ter Besant really founded the union. Secretary Taft may t ongratulai-'1 himself on getting out of Cuba before the question of pensions for the surviv ors of the "late war" was raised. New Orleans Time!-Democrat. LIST OF SCHOLARSHIPS. In The Republican Subscription test for Boys and Girls. Cor - The Phoenix Academy and Business College, choice of any course, business, academic or classic. Arizona School of Music, vocal, pi ano, violin, elocution and physical cul ture. 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