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PRESCOTT JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER
READ and CAKE
oval Rakfiiff Powder
delicate hot-biscuit, hot rolls,
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BRINGS IN TIDINGS
l)i:s MOINIIS, Nov. :i. -Governor
I illuming has seemingly carried tin'
Itepublicnn senatorial primary over
l.neey li.v 10,000 to iiU100.
Indications are tlu entire delegation
jlo emigres will lie Ilepuhlienn. I)e
Moines tremendous loss of Tuft votes
was line largely to tlie Hrj ;ii Inlior
Fred Rowe Reported To
Have Badly Wounded
ROVAL BAKING POWDER CO., HEW YORK-
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til mil rWU H 11 rti. 1st uviliiwnMiu)
it wit reported that Chief Bule
Ynquls was killed, thirty-four
ili.ritil tn I .lit flu tiinrltles.
t In- flu it nuts do or iicrmnsinu
nquis are rcpouou 10 nnvc iiceu
worst I'd nnd a. onMiuyriilili
under Chief Bule was put to lit -
Ynquls who surrendered nre
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M IIIIT 1111 IIIIJI II II n llllli;il uuiHuv
Hewn that the lender of the Va-
linn iii.iin Milieu huh iiri:n?iiiiiii-ii
reidii'liiL' ill llerinoxillo, as he
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iKliiuis. with niiii out 01 uio
it N lielievetl in tlio Honora iup
hat it will lie tint a tOiort time
tlui Yaipii troubli'H lu'coiiu! y
of the past.
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vetenav from huroiit', wiu'ri- nn
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minni! 1110 itreHeni. k nn-n
lnture the establishment, of per-
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whiih maile travel uiiHiife in
II ni' IIOIIH 01 mo .rmiwiii i-uiiini,
the traeler( were nei'onipanieil
1 iiwi'iiri in rmiiin.
ppaee iieKiitiations with tee In
have I een iieniliiiL' for some
lint it was ileeitleil. to await the
return of Oovcrnnr Torres before final
settlement was nunle.
The Yainiis ilurlnj the time they
have been on the warpath have done
mui'h illumine to sertions of Sonorn,
Interfering with milling interests anil
retanlluK the ilevelopuient of the coun
Hundreds of the Indians were cap
tared and deported to the island of
Ye-atnn, but there still remained sev
ernl bad bands that eoutinued to rob
plunder and murder.
Witn the establishment of peace it
is probable that a number of Yaijuis
will still remain in the country and
will k burk to pursuits of peace. He
fore the Yaqul war broke out, the In
di.ms went counted the best laborers
in Sonorn and were employed in the
mine nnd on the rtuiclie.
KIj l'AMO. Tex., Nov. :i.-Xows was
received today from various sources
of a buttle between Papao Indians
and Yiimii in the Altar district, Hon
in which forty 1 aipils were kill
l'atiued and friuli'ened, Mrs. Teat
and her sifter, .Mrs. Itate, arrived
here last niulit from the (love rnmciit
Springs station, ciht miles south of
here, mid informed the clicrilT's ofllce
that Fred Itowe had snot and seriously
if not mortally wounded IM I'.mou.
The shooting took place nt It o'clock
ut the station, which Is owned by Mrs.
I'eut. Only meaner particulars of the
alTrav were learned as the women left
the place immediately after the shoot-
mjr, fearing Kowe. lhey walked to
this citv, arrivinu here at 1U:.'I()
Mrs. I 'eat fa Id that the man ar
rived at ner plnee a short time before
the shooting. They were intoxicated
ami uunrreliiiK. She admitted hearing
Itowe tell Parsons that he would shoot
him. Mrs. Pent said that she ran to
the phono and was in the act of tel
omioiiini! to the shenlr's ollice wnen
the shot wns llred. She immediately
dropped the phone and ran from the
place, followed by her sister, both
cominir to this city."
Mrs. Peat says that the weapon ued
by Itowe was a shotgun. Itowe shot
at Parsons, who was standing in tne
door. Kho believes that the charge of
the shot Iodized in Parson 'ti side. Hue
noticed him hlccdiuc mid hurried from
the nlace. feariiiL'. she said, that
Itowe illicit injure her and her sister
us thev were alone In tne place.
Immediately after their arrival In
the sheriff's ollice, Dr. I,ooney and
Denntv .Sheriff Merritt left for the
hceno of the. shooting. They wrrc fol
lowed bv Mrs. Teat and Mrs. allien in
Itowe and Parsons are old time res
ideiits of the Catoctin section of the
lliissavamim district. Hoth left here
ed. It Is reported that the Mexican yesterday afternoon for their mining
government armed the Papajocs, who umj,s nightly under the iutluence of
lured the Yaquis into ambush and iqUor, Arriving at (loverninent
slaughtered them. Tne story is not .Springs Mation tney becnine involved
AI,HAY, Nov. .'I. Coniiuentlnt: on
the ri'Milt of the election, Hughes said:
I am deeply ratilled at the anceess
and Tuft's victory in the state as in
licated by the present returns.
PEN8Y HAS BANNER MAJORITY.
PIIILAIMM.PIIIA, Nov. U.-At one
o'clock a. 111. with IS counties to hear
from, indications are that Tuft has
carried Pennsylvania by a plurality
neater 10(1,0(10 than :!(l(),(l()(l.
TAFT CURTAILS OEOROIA GAINS.
SAVANNAH, Nov. .'I. I try a 11 car
rled (lenrIa but the returns indicate
larger laft and Watson votes than
NKW YORK, Nov. a.-Cocks, in the
first, Lindsay In the second and haw in
the fourth districts, nil Republicans
ARMY TIES TIGERS.
Princeton Has Best of Gntno But Falls
C1ID1HON TAKES VICTIM.
Cndct at V. M 7. Killed In Game of
1 . .tball.
liKXINCTON, Virginia, Oct. :il.
Cadet Cooke Terebe, of Norfolk, do 1
today of concussion of the brain, due
to an injury in a name of football be
tuccn the Virginia Military Institute
and Itaouoke College this afternoon.
The score in the first half was Ae-i.l
emy -i. UoatioKe 11. 1 lie second nan
was not played.
NEVADA IS COY.
Whether She Will
Tnft or Bryan.
ltKNO. New, Oct. UI -Democrats
claim this state by 1,100 votes, nnd
the Itepnbliciins sny the Independence
ami Suclaliht parties will poll -l.oon
votes, nearly all drawn from the Deni
HKATTIjH, Oct. III.- Ilepiiblicans
claim the state by ao.ooo votes, and
the Democrats by 10,000.
PRESCOTT ARIZONA .
HIGHEST POSITION ON THE
NATIONAL ROLL OF HONOR
of nny bank In Arizona, being
Capital paid In . . $100,000
Surplus and Undivided
ProfitB (earned) $100,000
SharoholdcrB Liability, 5100,000
ESCROWS A SPECIALTY
Bafo Deposit Boscs. Advances
on Shipments of Ore and
If you want a broiled stunk, chicken'
or chops, you can jct It exactly as you
want it at Ulrch Uros.' restaurant. 4
TO MINING MEN.
WKST POINT, Oct. 31.-Princeton
and the Army played an 0 to 0 tie this
afternoon. In the first half honors
were even, but In the second it was all
Princeton, who four times took the
ball to the Army's five yard line but
was unable to put it across.
The Journal-Miner has a supply of
Miller's "Klcmcnts of Mining Geology
nnd Metallurgy." This Is the third
edition and is profusely illustrated.
Price, :t.r0. We also have In stock
Miller's "The Mine Kxamlner and
Prospector's Companion." Prlco $3.00.
Every man engnged In the mining busi
ness should have both of these books.
They hnvc no equal for authoritative
A furnished room vacant; a .Journal-
.Miner want an; room no lougcr vnenm.
SAN DIEGO SEMINARY SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA.
A select School for Girls nnd Young Women. Prepares for high grade
Colleges nnd Universities. Superior advantages in Voice, Music, Art Elocution
Languages, Athletics. Swimming, Gymnastics, etc. A most superb home with
iittractlvo grounds. School opens Sept. 10. Write for cntalouge.
Mrs. F. A. Woodln, Business Manager.
the JAKE MARKS CO
WHOLESALE WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
in the quarrel which resulted in the
shooting. They are nifners und pros
pectors by occupation Moth are ad
vanced In years.
FACES CRIMINAL LIBEL.
From Coughs, Colds, Sore Throats and
Hoarseness, by Using Hyomcl
When you catch cold you want to
get rid of It as quickly as you can.
You don't want to lio around the
hoiiH! for a week swallowing iiauseat-
t 1. KAII llf.
Illg lirugs. ioii iw.un .:.. ." "" , ,k Vmvmnn. .me of
this that you are not only making ""' ., V".. . .. . V Z i'
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jour tin 11 ...o im.-.u-, - . .... ,,..-,, i...in,., wnH
sauce to everyone about you. . . .
l-l I.I ..II thin Wli- mtt I 1-
ny 11111 muni mi ui.". ..j "--1, . ,, r. 1........ ..r
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relieve your com 111 im .i .........1-. ... ... . , .
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lire 11 overniKiin . v . , . ,,,. ,...,.-
Willis Wood Assorts Ho Was Hired to
GLOBE, Nov. It.-That Sheriff .1. II
Early Times Bourbon Whiskey, Old Crow Bourbon Whiskey, Old A. Kellei
Bcurbon Whiskey, J, W. Palmer Bourbon Whiskoy, Union Label Whiskey.
Newport Dourbon Whiskey, Mt. Vernon Ryo Whiskey, and Old Ovcrholt Ry
W. J. LEMP BREWING COMTANY'S BOTTLED BEER
'alifomia Wine Association's Wines and Brandies, Cresta Blnnca Wines and
Brandies, Manitou Mineral Water Co.'s Mineral Water, Ginger 'Champagne
by using llyomel,, the sure and guar-
til... Mil.......... n,ii.tii.liiii m t itrii null
. - . ii, I,u tinrit 1 IMIinNll 1 in 1 j r- . . r
nnieeii cure lor nun-, .i.i.K.m, "" .... ... , , ,,,;i
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Minim, nu....... .m" " llf w,t, ..f
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.... t.. ' ... 1 r nun ini' iniimuiM iiiiiLiiifc
niemcate, auu a. i.sepue ,,,r. ,.,, jt ,1M.rH that Won, had said
i..,..iIIli it iniii t 1111 iiiiiirti 1 111 iini'ii 11
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urea ne . ... o u'" . ,, to Palmer that he, Woods, had bee,,
sum I pocket Inhaler, and its southing , , .... ,.., ,
membrane of the respiratory tract ,1 m f W11, 1lnl ,.,ilimH
Hlops llle Illlirous i,i-ch;iik'. 111111,1" "
Intlaniiuation, and the cold is cured.
A complete Ilyomei out lit costs i.nu,
an I Brlsley Drug Co. will refund your
money if it fails to cure.
Carry It from
Ritm to Room
I 1 fWHin
Opca your sleeping-room windows let
in the crisp, Ircsh air 1ml your room
need nol be cold while dressing a
touch ol a match and the welcome heal
is radiating irom the
(Equtppcd vllh Smoliclcss Device)
For healing lire liath-'room qntchly it's a fjreat convenience, anil will
make the mornino, dip as jjlorious as in llic summer.
Now it's breakfast lime make the room coty anil cheer ini- your
breakfast more, enjoyable and slart llic day willioul a shiver. I lie Aulo-
malic SmokclcM Ucvirc prevents all smoke and srncll
and makes it impossible to turn the wick too high or
too low. Cleaned in a minulc burns 9 houts with
one Idling. Finished in Nickel and Japan. IWy
The iC3rlTrl4 T o - n U ui to mr
. (.ftuttlioU uw lll improvol tmtn Jrafc
lunr -I. .ji l LjVil it mull roj. AUJcltly ulc. AU psiU m4t
tk .nl M. ! (.1 Iriu, nickel Ukd. Fvcir Um WMTMW. II
ysu tinnot flfl tlie Ily Lmi or I'lfdlon Oil Itf lfw )ur
dbli, wute lu our nMtett aflrnty Ir dwrilive tifiuUr.
STANDAUU OIL COMPANY
possession of some mining
mi which the Kevtons company has
filed suit for a quiet title. It Is al
IcL'cd.that Woods told Palmer that an
attempt had been nmdo to "fix some
crooked papers" In order toust n.ui
from the property
Woods, it appears, became tntoxicai
el while in Globe n week or ton day
ago and spoke on the street of the a
leged pin! in which he claimed to uav
been hired by Palmer. The matter was
kept ery quiet, but some one inform
oil .1. B. Newman, who at once swon
. . t i.
mI a complaint ennrging wnuus wmi
riMiin.il libel. Woods, in tlio mean
while, had left town, but He was M-
ited In Tucson Inst week ami nr
icstod bv the idiorllV of Pima 'onnt .
Deputy Shorlir Frank llnynes brought
iniii back to Globe last Holiday '
To Open An Account
4 Per Cent Interest Paid On
Wo alro carry a full assortment of both Domestic nnd Imported Gins, Brandies,
Cordials, Bitters, Cigars, Cnrds and other articles pertaining to liquor buslnesn
MAUS & SHANNON
First door north .of Brlnkmeyer's
Telephone 3f0. Prcscott, Aria.
Agents fur the Monumental
Bronze Co., Bridgeport, Conn.
IT'S GOING THROUGH
CAST riRST VOTE.
m Town One Year Old tlio Ballot Will I
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Roach 7.000. I
- - i ai i Mai mm i m r f
GARY, hid., Nov. .-This town.
fmindwl loaa tttkn a year ago by thi
I nltod SUitoa Htoel Corporatolu, tlay ,
. ........tuil iTut iiHiiinn KtMMrtaclU Of a
ntwi ' i
brand new idae holdiai; Ita Ural ol-
tion. It w etlmaUl that its vol ,
chH would reaeh about 7,(K). WBl'
U thi eved to l recoTrt gur jor
town less t nun a year aid. Fmcttmi
iv nil of tho voters hi wo'kuian m
(the miiMimotli see mil. !ici'.
.. on wa tt lataat note'
h. I li-.tirhoff's Tor eea.
l.ft.Uni' nuti nBt(mn'a jrarni-'i
l.aned, pressc! and dyH. U
..i r..th.r. rltmncd. Hal 'in
ind block, d. l'ruM-ott 1. ll.Mg l '
VoTk clbd for. fli..n :ui
Try one of our 23 cent dlnmn nm
brenkfaats. No "eoaio backs"
nt tbu Blrah Broa. raaUoraat.
Announcement of Our Specials For
Saturday, October '31,01
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SALE WILL CONTINUE
MONDAY and TUESEAY
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