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MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PIONEER PAPER OP ARIZONA. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1908. FORTY-FIFTH YEAR. INTERNATIONAL TUBERCULOSIS CONGRESS IN SESSION ff prT i t Nnrniifficm Greets Robert Koch Discoverer Of the Tubercular Bacilli f ILHI IVI f IN f A I MX. GATHER IN WASHINGTON CAMERON KEEPS COMING CRPTUHING SMITH HIGHLAND CHIEF WINS DUNCAN IN TRIP'S GREAT MEETINO Hundreds Follow by Special Trains the Triumphant Candidate from Clifton and Metcalf. SMELTER SALE DELAYED THREE WEEKS TO GIVE CHANCE OF HIGHER BID After the Record of $165,000 Tender Trustee Rice Gets Promise Of Better Offer. rmitrcM or Tirr. wmttp. PT.Annr. MUSTEK FOR OREAT COUNCIL AOAINST MAN'S FATAL FOE I) AxKOClnlcd rress. WASHINGTON, 1). C, Sept. 2S.- Aftor a week spent in tlic disposal of preliminary mutters uml in arranging tnc H i mil details of their three weeks program, the delegate to the Interna tional Tuberculosis Congress luivu rfet tied down' to work in earnest. The formal opening of the congress took place this morning in tho main i.wMlnrlllm nf Mm TtKOT Vjltlnt1.il Mil. fcum, n large hall admirable adapted to the deliberations of such n large jnd reprcscntntJve body. Kminoat rer rcscntntives v'of twenty-ire gorern. mcnts or. AmWr(t Jsurepo njiea me ah iiiinnuni iil ii o ciuvk. wutu iu . i ii i x i - m c c 1 1 n was caucu xo orncr. iue sion was presided over by Secretary of the Treasury Cortclyou, who was chos Inn na.niiinn UAHTAlrifv ('nrt ll Vflll HO liviirml ii n I ntiironHnr. nddres in which V nnxlinlli' utilAAmml M. n ii nlnrrn f p4 uc i.uiiiiiiii ni;auiiiiu - .v,.. . - . f 1 i t 1 1 ( i iiwn I ii iirin inn 1111 inir L ii.:ti ill titu -..1 . 1 i LI-J .1 1 k lUIJH'CW HI-., lllVU UtinUMIUlVU fcU t.VM" Medical scientists representing every civilized nation, united with their forothnrs in America Intho effort to tnK-n Mm nrntitnm of how lmnf to COIIC with tuberculosis. Among the displomats presont was Wu Ting Fang. Dr. Robert Koch, dis tovoro of tubercular bacilli, was among those grouped on tho platform. When Koch roso to respond in be half of tho German government, there was n remarkable demonstration in his honor. Dr. Lee, Chinese, declared mat JUHIlWIlfiniJIUfllllK muciliumnia ll" stronn- hold unon his country, his government wns doing littlo to proven the disease. In conclusion there were responses to Cortelvon. and too congrcH ad Mourned to meet, again in general ses ion October 3rd. The nfteriion was devoted to dellbor Utlous in tho various sectional meet ings, where a number of addresses .were made. Special to .the Joumat-Mirwr. DUNCAN, Sept. 27.-The Highland Chief last night took Duncan by storm. Not only tho entire community capit ulated to Cameron's winning wny but hundreds of outsiders came in special trains from Clifton nnd. Metcalf to do BP'dal to the Journal-Miner honor ,n the next oonirre-slonal .1-wJ NKW Y0KK HcP- 28.-Tho proper from Arizona. It Is stlnitttcd between of lho Consolidated Arizona Smelt five nnd six hundred people came in bv ln C"r""y, the 17,500,000 concern , t ' in which Chan. W. Morse was heavily Never has there been such political M"'" '""e.l n few interest nnd enthusiasm In this locality ",onln" wu" lo nnvo cu S,a 10 and It's all for Cameron. Smith is ,,n' Kearney Hice, tho trustee in deader than deadwood. Democrats arc lmnk"jptcy. morn caustic in their criticism of the The highest bid previous to today (Jrest Failure, as Marcus is called, wa $150,000, the purchaser to sottle than Republicans. lw mortgages aggregating with inter Wncn tho gathering came to order ' "bout t2.r0,0(i(i. A higher bid of last night and the Highland Chief was I05,000 was mnde today and nfter ntroduced, the greatest demonstration "'"t bid Had been recorded, the trusteo f tho trip greeted the candidate. 'nH ""tilled that n ndicnte composed llu.ns for Cameron crocked about the K Charles W. Morse, Ladonborg Thai nil as rapidly as the firo of a machine ""' Company, tho Assets Ilealiza The cheering wns sustained for UNITED STATES ISSUES E AGAINST T TO 1UI AMERICANS MUST SELL NO ARMS TO YAQUI ON THIS SIDE TEDDY MAY TIKE STUMP TO Ranger Captain Wheeler aires Out Terrible Story of Death of J. 8. Rellljr, an Arizona Bdnar. gun fully a quarter of an hour Cameron spoke earnestly for many minutes, dwelling upon tho importance f securing statehood in the next ses sion of congress and laying emphasis upon tnc twenty year failure of his op- ' mi a . fit. a .ft poncnt. lie was nearu wun gn-nv m cntion to the end. So pleased was he with his reception he promised the precinct two banners with nnew strtfintthe field if it gave him n majority. Dell M. Potter and Joe Morrison, ho nro still with tbe Cameron party. addressed the enthusiastic gntherlng. 'EERLESS ONE DERATES ROOSEVELT, TUFT AND REPUDUSM BRYAH CONTINUES HIS SCOLDING WAY PLAYING THE SHREW IN SOUTH DAKOTA tlv Awnclated Press. . a . I A KLK I'OINT, Soutn uaKoia, sopv 23. Conducting a campaign in South Dakota today, Hryan poured volleys o criticism nt tho Republican patform 1'aft nnd Roosevelt. Ho covered n goo leal of ground In tho stato, and tonight formed in Sioux City, Jown, wnonce i.c leaves tomorrow for Rock Island, IIU nois. Ilrvnn Hpoko u lozen times. Hi. urtnninni rninnrkH wore nt Mitchell Ynnktnn, Vermillion, nnd Klk Point. SILVER MARKET. NKW YORK, Sept. 28. Silver, fil5i BANKERS BEEN GDGITflTIONS -AT DENVER ftptclal to the Jounwit-Mlnrr. HI8IIKK, Sept. !28. The Review to- morrow will nay: Through United .States Ranger Cap tain II. O. Wheeler, stationed at Naco on the Mexican border, nine mile tlon Compuny, which is acting for Mr. Louth of this city, the government this Morse, nnd tnc Nntional Hank of North afternoon iuuod a warning ngainst America, would make a still higher bid. any American entering the VitquI conn- Tho ale for that reason was put over try in the state of Sonora. for three weeks. Aclintr for flnvernnr Kitibev nf Arl- The Nntionnl Hank of North Amcrl- zonn Captain Wheeler also issued nn cn holds a $500,000 note of the smelt- ofllcinl decree against too selling of ing company with stock as collateral, arms to any Vniul on the American This note is a part of the bank's pnper id0 of the border. The warning is ne thnt Receiver Ilunnn hns marked off as cmpanied by the throat to enforce the practically worthless. Tho intention of Everest penalties on the guilty. Mr. Morse and his associates to secure That Poc nnd O'I.enrv, the two the property indicates thnt ho his American prospectors, wore victims of some plan in mind to realize at least Ynquia hns been positively learned by n littlo sometlilng on the note. Haulier Wheeler. For the first time Thomas V. Lnwson holds a quantity totlay jle nl(10 ,na(le pu,ic tlic ),orrl,l (if the consolidated Stock OS does hnrlnrr. nf S I. Hi-lllv. n I)mil.i mill intr man who went into Sonora two years ago. Jieiiiy wns loiitui nounii hnrd and foot, nnd witn arms strapped tight to his body with a .luarachls or Yaqui lariat, and thrown into the midst of n hush of thorny Mexican cactus Chnrles O. Ontes. NEW KEEPS COFFER MARKET. NKW YORK, Sept. 28-Coppcr, lake U(fiV.: electrolytic, 1313; casting, 12 0? 13Mi. CALE SWEEPS BAHAMAS ; Prominent Financiers And Orators Address Convention FIRST PUCE BY RALLY Hill M0 , t Detroit Edees Ahead Through Idleness Of Other Teams CAMPAIGN TAFT AID OF Tilt With Bryan Stirs Roosevelt To Make Flying Tour Of Middle Western Country PRESIDENT LIKELY TO TRY SPEECHMAKOK CAMPAION MANAGERS NOW THINK PRESIDENT COULD SPEAK IN SPITE OF PRECEDENT lly Associated Pre, DKNVKR, Sept. 23.-Tho most Im portnnt discuss'iou of tho savings bank section of the American Hankers' As sociation occurred nt the afternoon ses sion when tho question of postnl sw ings banks nnd guaranty of bank dc posits wns taken up. Tho evident sen timent was practically unanimous against the postal savings bank, and I .ii'iiru-itiilminifll ni'iilnst the fu.mmtv rTTRY OF WIND SAID TO EXCEED " " - - BLAST OF FAMOUS 18B0 AMONG PEOPLE Uy AiModatcd Tress. NKW YORK, Sept. 28. Hy a splcn- lid batting rally in the ninth inning the (Hants today won their game from Miilndclnhia,- thereby increasing their meagre lead of one point to four. Chi- cngo did not piny, Prnetfcallv the same results took . T IIa ni:irn in tno American i.cauue. "-- TEMPEST Idea. resolution opposing tho gunranty NASSAP, Hnhnmns, Sept. 21. -A bank wns ndopted. A motion was car ried placing the savings bank section i ! .,l,.l. nniiearH to haVO orig- III O ipoSIIIOIl IO piiMUl u.uiiv in(,.,i ..r Turks Island, swept up a The clearing house section nUo held lonir string of Islands running southeast a convention thii afternoon. Resides of here. Innuga, Ackllns, Crooked, tho report of the secretary nnd routine u- .1 Fortune. UnK. Wntlings, Rum- work, tuere wore several auuresse nn,t h, south nart of the More than .1,000 bankers represent Anrlros Islands all appear to have suf. lug nil classes of financial institutions . . nnd every state in tno union nnvc On Long Island the gnlo blew two sombled here at tno iniriy-iourin j.. " .. .. i !!. ... I I tt C it... A.nnrtnnn ItnnV .Ihvh. Towns arc practically uuiuumi- nuiu rain cimuu u. i .....v. .v.... cd. the principal town, Clnrencetown, ers' Association. Hundreds of delegates havihir only five houses still sianuing. are ou mo sceue aim iv i jt.uu. T-i.i.ti.-t. diva lieen forccu 10 nnu incir eonvorsuu"- " " v--" lUiiniiMwt.ii . ... . . A I i ...... it...lt a ...Inn Hinrn shelter 5n coves. Fowl anu wnior ai uom umi iuo mvuvn -v.., almost unprocurable. tho memorable one or ibuu expec.eu Tho B-overnmout schooner aarau i.. this year iue guarmuy oi .... " . I .l ,i . l.t.t. ..f.M l. ,t.n .1.11111,1. n-..l.. wn. Mown from ancuorairo nv nosus iirounuiv . Long Hay, and driven nshoro at Long topic of discussion. Another subject i.i-,i t,.nv ntUr boats wcro lost. of vital Interest that will be dlseuwed No doubt tho loss of life has Doea at lengtn is uiai oi currency. i " ... 1 . I . t.t 4 nllfl.l ?lth Itlfl i l.Atiw. T in recent ira o is sniu io nuvu sociiuion win h-. n..-..v.. - 1800. drleh currency bill. The Currency which fins nlwavs been the standard of Commission of tho Amorlcan Rankers w I ..... t i ... .mo., m comparison. Association, wnicn .iraueu a b,-.- of its own oniy io m-o n iV miHA BEBTHEB WITH RIOTS. tho lenders of congress, will make It formal report nt noxt Thursday's ses WASHINGTON. Sept. - I sion imte.hes to the wnr department today The local committeo of bankers hns fro,.. Governor Mairoon show that ono mndo elaborate preparations for th .,- i,iii,i ,i ..iir'nt. wore iniurcd comfort, convenience nnd entertnln Illllli ..lin f..M. ....i. j . fc. " - m f vnstnrilnv ns n result of tiollticnl ilia-1 merit of tho delegate and guests t'- ' . . .. , .... ... turbancos In Cuba. banquet, n reception, n sigiiiseeinK tomobile ride and nn all day trip t LAY TRAPS FOR BRYAN. the crest nf the continental divide are iiinoni! tho entortnlnmonts thnt hnv vt-ve vmur Hm.t. "S. -Details of linnn nrrn iitred for tho visitors. Ail ilnns nro under consideration for push- tho railroads hnvo allowed reduce Inc forward the work of tno Republt- fares to nnd from the convention from enn campaign nlong nggrosslvo linos various sections of the country. flono over today by Hitchcock ana .......lmra nt Mm nscctttlvo committee, Journal-Miner lor UImU class JOU win K-clnl to tli" Jojrnnl. Miner. WASHINGTON, Sept. 28-Preiideat Rooevelt is going to have a hard Una reslnting tno demiiiiil thnt he tU th. stump in behalf of Judge Taft's eaa didiu-y. He is KiiesMd with a strong personal desire, to make u number of Hundreds of the poisonous cactus need-! spceche next mouth, and to this la les had pierced his flesh. J'rom this he nnH. jjeii tue urging of promiarat evidently died, as no other murks were I party leaders and the Republican prM found on the body. throughout the country. It Is a pretty The fiends extracted his gold filled K00, RUcss that agalnit such a eoi teeth. ' blnatiun ii "ceutury of precedeat" i The man may have loved for day, c,nnot ionR ,0)d out. suffering unspeakable tortures before Hverul weeks ago un "inspired" death. This, it is said, is the fate thnt . . .,., ,,,.. jT(tul o.vster liar U threatens every American who nt pres. tj)p )l-cc, ,iut ifr u00.Volt had 3- ent enters Yaqui county. The laqul L-jji not to inuke any campaign are not nctunted by hatred but rob- i lc!Chv. Two reasons were givta. bery. They will kill a man even for 0m. wn tliat tlH, president was loatk tho clothes ho wears. Torturo seems ,iiMrt.Knr(i tho traditions of tha of- to be an instinct of the race TAFT TOURING DAKOIAS SPEAKS TO CHEERING Tl IS HU" BUT HE WINS ENTHUSIASM FROM HIS AUDIENCES rolt wns the only leader to mako any advance, the others standing still. The CANDIDATE'S VOICE tnlmlntiil stnndiiiL' of tho teams in ach league is: National League. Wn. Mt. Pet. iVAHCO, Sept, 28.- Rig crowds man Now York I'l 2 .03 Hasting both interest uud enthusiasm, . n-i r i rtl-t I .i ..... . I.......... . '"cnK'' aurrounueu me .an ,mriy ..r,.-.r, .. . .acrifice of ) o. .u-o Htonned today in its course throiign .... t, i MlnncHntii and North Dakota. Tho American League fice. The other was that it was feare the people would not take kludly U tho spectacle of their president on the hustings as ii campaign shell-bindor. Rut tilings have changed materially since then. . Hy his letters nnd oftklat Htntemeiits Mr. Rooevelt has become involved in a large campaign contro versy and demand nas been made, bota by the Democratic candidate for pres ident and the Democratic nntloaal hnirman, thut ho furnish proof of charges ho has brought. Ho Is in the I campaign, therefore, about as thor oughly as he well rould be, and It would be n mere splitting nf halra to hold that tno mnklng of n couple of Pittsburg Dotroit Cleveland 81 Chicago S3 St. Louis P presidential dignity. Ho far as ap t . . . . . , ii i pears, there has iieeu no iirpuiumn sixteen speeches Tnft delivered during , Wn.I.st. I ct. the day worked navoc with his voice, r . I - I .in ma Iim ti ti h tmk 1,111111 In sutuMrt 84 01 .CTSMnnd tonlcht It Is again in bad condl- ' .... . flo 575 ,, "f Tnft, ana tue roar oi many prow tlon. I ... ... . ,, , rt'i r.7" I ...... i I lieni liciiuuurnnii iiiih iui - - ,a'- A both Grand Forks und Farco he . ' ... ... . , , gl ,5.131 sjieecnes wouiu no resrniru una iui ....... .- , II. n.tml. Taft today discussed labor, tariff, .i.l1.t decide to take National iieacne. i t. ...n.i... u, ..r nmn.-i At Now ork r.. h f M lor j i,un,an inter- " , . ,. . , v.i, 7 13 2 . . , i one of his sjieecnes, probably his first ilLdito 0 13 3 M , , one, would bo de.lver.,1 In New York , atleM twVor'kr'wiltse, Mc Addresses wero made Y M Srw Vork is Mr. Roosevelt's b-r Roston 3, Hrooklyn 2. Seven In- American League. Detroit 4, Wnslrlngtonl. St. Louis 12, New York 1 St. Louis 2, New York 3. nlngs, second game. Chicago 2, Roston 2. Called after tenth account of darkness. Clevelnnd-Phlladelphln game post poned on account of rain. 4. 4 4, i ju PRESCOTT WEATHER. 4 i. September 28. A, Reported Dally for tho Journal- JU Miner bv John W. Fllnn, Unit- JU ed States Weather Observer. H J. ju Mnxlmum temperature 80; mini- . j. mum 27; prccllptation none. 4 ,1. Sunshine. Maximum. h . 4 4 4, v ,r nesnta. I, ......li i n inm iiimultlfin cen , ... , ....I. tl. I ' . - , The iart campaign is in eumn . . ... r.lltlr. f.,r kan . . i t.. i.. i.i,.n " KOia lomorron, iuhui mn.n. u. Waster. dling the news ofhls meeting. If the campaign managers can bar' CinOAOO REPUBUCANS OET BUSY their way. however, the president wit mnke an eieurslou into the mlddl- CIHCAdO, Sept- 8U.-AI the opening wr.1. speaking in Ohio Indian. Ill f the Repulilican campaign la Cook nol.. Iowa and Niwonsin, and in ae untv before tho Hamilton Club here many other states a. nl.con.ent can be sjM'ech secured for speecnes. u i i m.uu.- t west that Mr. Rrynn is making h of cnur tonignt, Sherman began his will nit sillirlflff tllO u-,. w,.,ks will take him through IUI- "' KtwnA and In the middle wr. nols. Indian... nnd Ohio. Other .peak Mr. RM.seveIt enjoys nnouv ni. .rK- .... w..,n rrnuiniin Lfinirworth and Popularity. Tho campaign manager "v.v - ... - , , Senator Smith. bellv hi appearance mere w.,u worth thousand or voves m rf RIDDEIl WILL ANSWER. state he visited, and It Is 4iy ' N1!W YOmC. Sent. 28-Herman Hid ceivable thnt in elo" stts a smeh dor, the nowly elected treasurer of tko two ly the president might turn defr Democrntlo National Committee, said jto victory. tnnleht that ho would appear Sunday before tho Central 1'edcmtod Uulnn In Qet a copy of the Journal-Miner .mwrr to the charue that he was bos- Industrial and Mining edition or tilo to union labor. pages before the supply ! exhausted. Mexican dollars 45.