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FOIl SALE Five acres on Nortt
Center siroot. AVell located for subdi
vision. K. E. Pascoe, 110 North Center
E ARIZONA BEPTJBL
FOR SALE Brick cottage In Ben
nett's Addition, 13150.00. E. E.
Pascoe. 110 Xorth. Center Street
PHOENIX, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 28 1908
VOL XIX. NO 71
AN IMPRESSIVE THING
THE BIRTH OF A PARTY
The Opening Ceremonies of the jndepen
dence League Convention
AVilliam liamloipli lloarst
Figure Points Out the.
Chicago, July "6. Amid loud, en
thusiastic clne-riiif; and with the mem
bers showing every sign of loyalty to
the new standard of political faith,
the first national convention of the
independent party was opened tonight
in orchestra hall. The main floor was
filled liy delegates. There were no
alternates. Tile Ralleries were crowd
ed with a throng which entered heart
ily into the spirit of the proceedings.
At a few minutes after S o'clock the
delegates came trooping into the hall
N.w York headed the column. New
VoiU cheered every other eh legation
and the other delegations cheered New
York. The demonstration lasted fif
te n minutes. The American flas was
used in almost every possible combin
ation on t!ie scheme of decoration,
t'lani.ini; the stai;e were pictures of
Washington, Lincoln, Jefferson and
The arrival of Hearst started a de
lirious demonstration. The hall was
in an uproar as he mounted the p!;tt
form. He to il; no notice of the dem
onstration, but after remaining in con
sultation with the secretary of the
convention, he descended, taking his
s, at with the New York delegation.
His action was a signal for renewed,
i heering and the delegates : houting
H'irst. Hearst:-' immediately start
id a parade around the hall chanting
the name of the New York editor.
The parade continued several minutes.
Milton W. Howard, of Alabama, in
troduced Charles A. Walsh, of Iowa.
"GOJART" on a tank is a guarantee
We are always busy because we do It right.
GOSART PLUMBING COMPANY
28 to 20 North Second Ave. Phoenix, Arizona.
Phone Maine 2S5. R. Main 320.
Mi ii iMM.nnnnirj
This below changes tvery
few days and It will pay you
to watch same.
Cmi" in and make an of
f. r that must be sold inside
of ten days.
HENRY A CO ST LEY.
15 N. 1st Ave.
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1 DAIRYMEN ATTENTION
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cream. Our years of exierience, the skill of our workmen, and a
T modern ecuipincnt enables us to manufacture from It a product
X which Is constantly in demand and sells for the highest price. If
f yon want THE lib II I EST PRICE PAID BY ANY CREAMERY IN
T THE VA 1.1, EY, and want your money when it .is due, and want
2 sometimes to get it to meet your needs before it is due, if you
f want a fair test and a SQUARE DEAL, then market your BUTTER
T FAT with
l The Maricopa Creamery,
PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK
AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS
li. GAflE, President
II. J. McCM'N;, Vice President.
II. 15. BURMISTER, Cashier.
I. M. flAHJVKR, Asst. Cashier.
Cage V. A. Drake L. II. Chalmers
Murphy (. N. Gage F. T. AlUire
Ferry W. F. Staunton IL J- McClung
Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.
The Prescott National Bank, Prescott, Ariz.
Capital paid In - - - . - - $100,000
Surplus and Undivided Profits - 1SS.OOO
P. M. MURPHY, President MORRIS OOLD WATER, Vice-Pres't
It N. FREDERICKS, Cashier.
II. A. CIIEYERTON, G. Ii MEANY,
We Pay Highest Cash Prices
For Old Gold and Silver and Precious Stones
SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES ON WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING.
ALL WORK G UARANTEED.
NT7ETETYI7T A1VT Manufacturing Jeweler
4 F IvIJ-iIJIViTlJN Removed to 33 W. W..hinBton 8tr..t
the Founder ami Central
Mow holes In Each ot the
secretary f the national committee,
who read the call for the convention.
The reading was interrupted by cries
of "Hearst!" one man in the balcony
cried "Hryan!" and a storm of hisses
followed which was stilled by the
gavel. Father O'Callahan of Chicago
delivered an invocation.
When Hearst mounted the rostrum
as temporary chairman he was given
an uproarous welcome. The conven
tion rose en masse cheering. The New
York delegates gave repeated cheers
in honor of the leader who stood quiet
and impassive, waiting for the demon
stration to subside. Hearst delivered
his address with intense earnestness,
driving home his points in an em
phatic manner. At the conclusion he
was given an ovation that continued
Following the' speech, James H.
O'Neill of Rhode Island presented the
temporary chairman a "Union Isabel"
gavel. It was announced that all the
committees could meet immediately
after adjournment. The business be
fore all the committees, with the ex
ception of the resolutions, it is ex
pected will be largely of a perfunctory
Among the resolutions to be consid
ered by the platform committee is one
to be offered by western delegates
condemning the government for selling
public power to private parties. It is
cited that the government which has
stored power at the Roosevelt dam in
Arizona has contracted with a I'hoenix
Farmers & Merchants
Write Us For
lighting company for the exclusive use
of that power.
MR. HEARST'S REMARKS.
The following is an extract of
"My Friends: This is the first na
tional convention of the independent
party. It is too much to say that our
convention can ever reach the im
portance of the second continental
congress, but the principle they met
to declare we meet to preserve, and
the liberties they assembled to secure
we have assembled to protect I be
lieve that If any party i.4 necessary to
the country to preserve the govern
ment as the fathers - framed it, this
new party is necessary. If any party
is necessary to promote progress and
business man, and protect the honest
workingman, the new party is neces
sary. "The old parties, in this, the day of
their decadence, are no longer equal
to the work, for they have become un
faithful to the principles which in
spired them and are unworthy of the
patriots who founded them. The re
publican party is the open-handed,
avowed hand-maiden of the trusts. It
scorns those who would rescu i it, re
pudiates those who would reform it,
and glories brazenly in profitable in
famy. "The democratic party is merely en
vious of its sordid sister's Ill-gotten
finery. It upbraids her at one election
and imitates her the next. The repub
lican leaders are political attorneys
of the trusts and monopolies, the rep
resentatives in public life of giant cor
porations which have superseded the
people in this republic as the source of
power and the seat of authority. The
democratic vanguard is a Falstaffs
army. It is led by a knight arrayed
in a motley of modified professions
and compromised principles, oi alter
ed opinions and retracted statements;
a Falstaffs army whose banner bears
on one side a watchword for the peo
ple, on the other a password for
trusts; whose only object is cilice at
any cost, whose motto, 'after us the
"Assuming that Rryan himself is all
that his most ardent admirer.) claim
him to be, a great lawyer, an en
lightened statesman, an Inspired a
triot; still a man is known by the com
pany he keeps, ami no decent democrat
can tolerate his free companions. No
honest citizen can let down the bars
of office to such a band of boodlers
and bravos. No prudent citizen will
support a combination to which Tag
gart supplies credit and Parker a plat
form: for which Ryan will pay the
freight and the people will pay the
"Rack of both parties and underlying
each are those Captain Kidds of in
dustry, those highwaymen of high
finance who realize that to plunder
safely the people's purse the must first
lossess the people's government.
When I was running for governor of
New York an emissary of one of the
bigifest men on Wall street called on
me and sail that his client had offer
ed to contribute $1imi,iiih to my cam
paign fund and raise $10fi.a0n more if
my views were reasonable in regard to
honest business. I told the emissary
that the offer was declined with
"The republican platform say.- noth
ing and means t.kfhing. It is a plat
form of stati:jt invei ion and po
litical evasion. It is obviously the
I product of a 0rty whose sole purpose
isto stand pafc and whose sole desire
is to stay pat." The democratic- party
contains some g.od and original things
but all original things are not Rood,,
andf nil good things are not original.
It Is the habitation of the hermit crab
which has no shell of its own and in
vades the first convenient one without
regard to property or propriety.
"It is a platform, too, of reconcilia
tion and retraction, of atonement,
apology, of harmony and hypocrisy, for
in compliance with a former compact,
Parker has pronounced peace. Bailey
has poured Standard Oil upon the
troubled waters and Bryan has killed
not only the fatted calf, but the goose
that laid the golden egg. s
"No man can serve two masters, no
man can conciliate conflicting ele
ments by the democratic party. He
win) tries must serve one and deceive
the other. He must make a public
pretense to the people and a private
compact with the trusts."
PIESIDENT WANTS TO
SHAKE ATHLETES' HANDS
The Olympians Will Probably Be In
vited to Oyster Bay.
Osyter Bay, July 27. President
Roosevelt today in a message? se nt to
the American commissioner of the
Olympic games in London expressed
a desire to shake hands with every
one of the me n w hose feats have plac
ed the United States at the head of all
nations in the games which ended ten
Tiat they will gratify this desire to
grasp the hands of eac h athlete, there
is no doubt Secretary Loeb, when
asked whether the president would go
to New York when the victors arrived,
said it was toei early to say in just
what way the president would extend
his welcome. He thought he had in
mind plans for a reception of the
athletes at Sagamore Hill.
Washington, D. C, July 2". Fore
cast for Arizona: Local rains Tues
day and Wednesday.
H. S. Griswold & Co.
Sell them and they have proved them
selves to be the easiest running and
strongest bicycles made.
They also sell bicycles of the best
make at way down prices and have a
large stock of buggy and bicycle tires
at prices most reasonable.
34-36 W. Adama St Phon 1490
Another Meeting of Rulers
Thp Ceremonies Attending
the Interchange of Na
Reval, July 27. The harbor was
bathed in sunshine for the mee ting be
tween Emperoricheilas of Russia and
President Fallieres of Prance which
occurred this afternoon. The ceremony
was similar to that f "e interview
of King Edward and the emperor two
weeks ago. Mr. Fallieres arrived on
the French battleship Verite, which
was escorted by an armored cruiser
and a gun boat and he found await
ing him the principal part of Russia's
fighting fleet drawn up in two lines.
As the French ships swung into
place a series of salutes was fired and
the crews of both nations exchanged
hearty and prolonged cheers. Strains
of the Marseillaise, so long interdicted
in Russia on account of its revolution
ary connections were heard on the
quarter deck of the imperial yacht
Standart and the Russia warships.
The emperor me-t Fallieres at the
gangway and greeted him with the
greate-st cordiality. Fallieres was pro
s. nte-el te the empress whose hand he
kissed, after which the imperial chil
dren and members of the Russian
seiuaelron were presente d to Fallieres.
The emperor later returned the pres
ident's visit on board the Verite ami
spent an hour inspecting the modern
French warships. The interchange of
visits furnished occasion for long in
formal conversations between Fallieres
and the emperor.
- FROM THE MARKET
Those Who Upheld it Last Week
nave Lost Interest in it
New York, July 27. The reaction
ary tone which reasserted itself in
the stock market today se-emed to Im
based on technical causes largely.
Iick of news to afford any other ex
planation corroborates this view. The
lindein selling is said to be due tc
an unfavoiable view of the effect on
financial affairs to be looked for
frem Taft's speech of acceptance.
Reports are current that abstracts of
the speech were published in London.
Supporting measures that appeared
heretofore to absorb offerings were
lacking today. Ijist week's distri
bution of speculative holdings hail
proeceelcel to a degree apparently
that left a powerful clement in spec
ulation inelifferent to the course of
prices or actively favoring a decline
to afford favorable opportunity for
getting back the stocks sold at ad
Amalgamated Copper, IM: Amer
ican Smelting, SG"i; Atchison, W,U;
St. Paul. V.'JVt; Xew York Central,
107i: Pennsylvania, 124',.; Reading,
lie: Southern Pacific, 92; Union
Pacific. :1; V. S. Steel, 44 U.
S. Steel Preferred, 10Si.
Chicago, July 27. Wheat opened
weak and deevloped weakness as the
session advanced. At the outsit the
market was depressed by continued
favorable weather in the northwest
and by the weak tone of European
cables. September opened 'ifi o to
'Hc lower, at 90V to 9016c, sold
off to 89c, clsoed at 8'-c
Corn affected by" the decline at
Liverpool and by hot "forcing"
weather. The market was weak all
day, selling was general. September
closeel at 7jc.
Oats were nervous; prices fluctu
ated over a wide range;. July ad
vanced from T2Vi to 54c Later
prices chopped to SO-Tic, on a 2 to 5
cent break in cash prices. The
close was weak, at SI cents. Sep
tember closed at 42u'4:!c.
Xew York, July 27. The London
tin market was lower today, spot
1"G 10s; futures, 1:17 15s. The lo
cal market was oasy at $:!I(WJ0.S0.
Copper advanced 5s to ','J 5s for
spot; C."9 for futures in the London
market Locally the market was
firm and another notch higher, with
lake t1?,A?,r,i 13.25; electrolytic, $12.
87'i! 13.00; casting, J12.fi2i'12."5.
lA.-ad was lower, at 13 in Lon
don. The local market was firm at
Speller was unchanged at 19 5s
in Iondon and firm at advance of
five points at $4.50 fi 4.55 in the local
Iron was unchanft,T, at 49s for
standard foundry, but ld lower, at
5is for Cleveland warrants in Lon
don. No change is reported locally.
' CATTLE AND SHEEP.
Chicago. July 27. CATTLE Re-
ceints (estimated) 2G.000. Market
was steady to 5 cents lower. Beeves,
$4.00(Si 7.90; Texas steers, tTOfi)
5.40; western steers, $3.G5'iT5.So;
stockers and feeders. $2.G0H 4.G0;
cows and heifers, $1.755.90; calves,
HUC1S Receipts, (estimated) 3G,
000. Market was 5 and 10 cents low
er. Lights, J5.90frG.5r.; mixed. JG.0,3
CcG.63; rough, G.0."i&G.23; heavy,
$i;.0.-licj.fi71i; good to choice heavy.
$G.2r.(i7G.G7'A; pigs, $5.20fii6.00; bulk
of sales, G.30(i; 6.55.
SHEEP Receipts, (estimated) 1G,-
000; market steady. Natives, $2.60
4.G0; westerns, $2.75ifi4.65; year
lings, $4.50((n5.10; lambs, native, $4.50
(SfG.GO; westerns, $2.75TI 4.65; year
lings, t4.501c5.I0; lambs, native, $4.
r.0(jiG.G0; westerns. $4.50 6.60.
Rellingham, Wash., July 27. Thir
teen Japanese coolies slipped across
the international border near Blaine
last night. Eleven are now at liberty
on this side making their way south
ward. The immigration inspectors at
Blaine received word from Cloverdale,
B. C, too late to intercept them at the
beirder. Two were arrested at Custer
A JUDGE THREATENED.
A Sentenced Italian Depends Upon the
the Mafia For Revenge.
New York, July 27. Threats of
death at the hands of the Mafia were
made to Judge Rosalsky, in court to
day just after he amnounced sentence
on an Italian.
"The Mafia will get you for this,"
shouted the enraged man. Then turn
ing to some friends In the room he
cried, "He has given me ten years,
take care of him for me.
Die prisoner had pleaded guilty to
the charge of attempting to rob a bank
cashier of $43,000.
SHIPPERS MAY COMBINE
FOR A FAVORABLE RA1E
A Commission Ruling Wiping Out
Difference Between Large and
Washington, D. C, July 27. A de
cision of the interstate commerce
commission today that it would con-
sider the reasonableness of rates on
notices of an increase, by shippers,
prior- to their filing of protests, is
regarded as of widespread import
ance, hollowing closely upon the
action of. the Cincinnati shippers ap
pealing to the president to induce
the commission to take this course,
it is generally believed that the sug
gestion calling for the statement
emne from President Roosevelt.
According to a decision' today ship
pers may combine small epiantities
of freight of various ownership, eith
er by arrangement between themslves
or through the medium of a forward
ing agency, and ship the combined
lot at the relatively lower rates ap
plicable to large shipments. . The
commission decided in favor of the
smaller shippe-rs on the ground that
the ownership of the property tender
ed for shipment cannot be made a
test as to its applicability as to the
Admits Women to Its Future Conven
tions. Denver, July 27. The Western Fed
eration today adopted resolutions giv
ing ail ladies' auxiliaries in the fede-r-ation
representation at future conven
tjons. The convention rejected an
amendment to the constitution to elect
officers by referendum vote and took
like action on an amendment prevent
ing an officer from holding any office
more than two terms.
At Cleveland R. H. E.
Cleveland 3 5 4
Boston ..4 11 2
Batteries IJebhardt and Clarke;
Morgan and Carrigan.
At De tn.it R. II. E.
Detroit 4 7 2
New York 2 8 3
Batteries Willets and Schmidt;
HKo. Chesbro, Manning and Klienow.
At St. Louis R. H. E.
St Louis 6 10 1
Washington 0 2 1
Batteries Powell and Stevens;
Hughes, Burns and Warner.
At Chicasiv- . R. II. E.
Chicago 1 3 0
Philadelphia ..2 9 1
Batteries White, V. Smith ancl
Weaver; Vlckers and Schreck.
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
St. Louis 1 4 0
Philadelphia 2 3 1
Batteries Mcdlynn and Bliss; Mc
Quillan and Dooin.
Se cond game? R. II. E
St Louis 1 8 2
Philadelphia, 5 9 0
Batteries Raymond. Beebe and
Ludwig; Foxen and Jacklitsch.
At Boston R. H. E.
Cincinnati 1 8 3
Boston 10 17 0
Batteries Coakley and McLean;
McCarthy and Graham.
Second game R. IL E.
Cincinnati 0 4 6
Boston 6 10 0
Batteries Campbell and Schlei;
Furguson and Bowerman.
'At Rrooklyn R. II. E.
Chicago 3 7 1
Brooklyn 1 6 1
Patte-ries Reulbaeh and Moran;
Bell, Ritter and Bergen.
Second game? R. II. E.
Chicago 5 11 0
Brooklyn 6 9 1
Batteries Lundgren and Kling;
Bedl, Rueker and Bergen.
At Xew York R. II. E.
Pittsburg 4 8 0
Xew York 3 4 1
Batteries Maddox, Young and Gib
son; Crandall, Mathewson and Bres-nahan.
STATUS OF FORAKER
IN THE OHIO CAMPAIGN
A Special Committee Has Been Appointed
to Decide It
On Its Report Will Depend Whether the Senator
Will Take Part In the Opening at Yoiingstown
Cincinnati, July 27. Two Import
ant events politically resulted from
meetings and conferences in the fi
nal notification day preparations to
day. Mr. Taft addressed a joint
meeting of the state central and ex
ecutive committees, identifying him
self closely with the state compaign,
making it plain that whatever had
been done by Vorys and the other
state leaders had been recognized
and approved by him.
Just what is to be the status of
Senator Foraker at the opening of
the campaign at Y'oungstown on
September 5 is to be decided by a
special committee of the state exe
cutive committee appointed today.
The duty of the committee is to de
cide the speaker's program with spe
cial instruc tions to report on the ael
visability of inviting the Ohio sena
tor to make an address. r
It was stated that the committee
would consider the Foraker matter in
three aspects; whether to invite the
se'nuor to speak unconditionally, to
invite him on the condition that he
indicates in advance the position he
is to take, or not to invite him. Xo
prediction could be obtained as to
which cjf these courses would be pur
sued o4 as to the probable report the
committee will make.
The state committee setthd three
county contests in favor of what are
terme-d "Simon pure Taft men."
The work of putting the finishing
touches on the city in the way of
dec-orations contintieil throughout the
day, and by night the streets w;ere
a blaze of color and illumination.
A holiday has Iwen declared for to
uiorrow and this virtually began to
night. Many excursionists reached
the city during the day and evening.
A CAMPAIGN DOCUMENT.
Washington, July 2?.--.Millions of
copies of the; speec h of acceptance of
.Mr. Taft will be printed in pamphlet
fejrm for general distribution over
the Unitevl States. The distribution
will be made chiefly through the
chairman of the republican state
committees. Tlte bulk of this litera
ture will He sent to sections in which
iy2 miles from Tempe, 200
acres in Alfalfa, all fenced
and crossfenced, G room
brick house. Price
$100 per acre
Also some under
Salt River Valley Lands
16 W. ADAMS ST.
TELEPHONE MAIN 194
SEE US FOR
The tire that leads
all others. Repair
ing and grinding
PHOENIX CYCLE CO.
133 and 135 N. Center St
Phone Main 84.
V. J. MURPHY
Will pay $1.00 each, for good
size live Gila Monsters
R. L. BALKE
U. S. INDIAN TRADER
Poprietor of the Curio Store on Adams Street
the result of the election is looked
upon as doubtful.
BRYAN A BUSINESS MAN.
Omaha, July 27. Bryan tonight
was admitted to the mysteries of
the Knights of Ak Sar Ben, an ordeT
compeseel of the business men of
j Omaha and Xebraska. A large num
I ber of Lincoln business men came
to Omaha to witness and participate
in the initiation. Bryan's welcome;
on his return to Xebraska from his
trip to Chicago was strictly non
partisan, but none the less cordial.
I'pon his arrival he was escorted
to the Omaha club, where a lunch-
j eon was served. loiter he was speak
er nt a pole raising' by the John A.
Creighton democratic marching club.
WICKED NAN PAfTERSON
TOUGH FOR PITTSBURG
Caesar Young's Murderess Up to
Her Old Tricks.
Pittsburg, Pa., July 27. Fearing
that she was to be sent back to Xew
York, Xan Patterson, the chorus girl
who was trie-d three times for the
murder of Caesar Young several
years ago, and who has been making
this city her home since, left on
Saturday for parts unknown, follow
ing a conference with the police au
thorities. Captain of Detectives Roche said:
"When Xan was brought liefore me,
she thought she was to be sent back
to Xew York as she was only out
on probation. She was quiet when I
told her she would have to go, and
agreed to do so. The wife of a prom
inent man called on the telephone,
stating that Xan had enticed her
husband, and Xan admitted this,
promising to leave the city at once.
AT00 CRITICAL DUTCHMAN.
Caracas, July 27. General opinion
of diplomats here condemns the Dutch
minister. M. De Keus for publishing
a statement that Castro had ruineel
Venezuela and the belief is expressed
that the Xetherlands government will
not support de Hens on account of
( 160 Acres f
I South o! Tempa
All in Alfalfa. Good 1
5 house. Woven Wire
1 Pries, $110.00 per Acre I
I DWIGHT B. HEARD I
E Corner Center and Adams, city. S
Summer School J
J Enter any day. Grade, High
f PHOENIX ACADEMY AND X
BUSINESS COLLEGE. ?