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mm FOURTH YEAR. PHCENIX, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1894. VOL. IV. NO. 277. WE ARE THE BOYS TO TRADE WITH. A RACE WAR. Insurance. The fa York life fe Push for Business! Low Prices Pull For Bargains and Tie People Must Come! fe i Pfoisc Fw lis YmTlIu a Guarantee i From Most Houses. SPRING INTRODUCES Summer and we are introducing good dressers to the biggest display of Spring and Summer Suits ever seen in this town. You must come to us if you want to see a grand Climax in the Clothing World. It's a climax and a fall at the same time, because the suits are simply elegant and the prices well, they're elegant, too, for buyers. Fall in line with the procession of smilers who are calling at our store and shedding their winter outfits for something emphatically springy dressy, and stylish Don't forget these suits are bargains and they cannot be duplicated. Wool Cheviots, elegantly made, our price. $6.00 suit. Wool Cheviots and' Worsteds, for $7.50, $8, $9, and $10 suit. that are worth double the money. Don't Forget Our Free Employment Office. BLOTHI Always Look for Our Sign at the Door. --J The LONG and SHORT of It. iUi That for seasanable goods HENRYKKEMP&Co PfW HEADQUARTERS! P w jlv j Call and examine our REFRIGERATORS! LOCAL BRIEFS. Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. Paints. Barb Wire. Building Hardware. Agricultural Implements. BANKING. Iambs A. Fleming, President. P. J. Colb. Vice-President. E. J. BBNNiTT,C8Bhlor' D II NATIONAL- MI. THI ONLY United States Depositary IN ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital, - $100,000 U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Depositary for tie Territorial Funds. . lhe only Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boxes in Arizona. Merest Paid on Time Deposits. General Banking Business. ."Phoenix. Arizona. The will of Kate S. Thomaa was ad mitted to probate yesterday. Not single woman baa yet failed to be delighted with the $1 dress patterns at Alkire'i. Twelve mechanic liens against the South Gila Canal company were recor ded yesterday. Sheriff Ldwry of Yavapai county, ar rived in the city yesterday morning with an asylum patient. Notarial commissions were issued yesterday to Henry L. Taylor of Bowie and Wm. Shillian of Benson. Notice of location of the Little Mule mining claim thirty-five milea north of Phoenix was filed yesterday by Martin Derrick. It teems difficult to believe that a good serviceable men's shoe can be bought for $1.50. It is true neverthe less and Alkire's is the place. In the caBe of J. J. Cottrell against J. J. Gardiner on trial in Justice John stone's court the arguments were con cluded and judgment was rendered for the plaintitl for $212, the amount sued for. The new sidewalk is completed on Washington street from the corner of Center to the store of the H. L. Chand ler Shoe Co. and customers will now have no difficulty in reaching the store from that direction. Members of "the Fhilomathean De bating society are requested to attend to meeting this evening at the high school bnilding at 8 o'clock p. m. sharp. Election of officers and debate. Vis itors cordially invited to attend. Elder Bartlett will preach next Sun day night at the Adventiets' hall near the Vendome, on "The Danger Which Now Threatens Our Institutions by the Union of Church and State." In this connection the methods and objects of the A. P. A will be especially discussed. A great deal of difficulty is attending the securing of a iury for the Mammoth mine contest at Florence. The jury haB not yet been filled and a letter from an attorney in the case yesterday said that there was no early prospect of one be ing secured. The following transfers of real estate were yesterday entered for record: Francis M. Elder to Ehas J. Gregory warranty ded to w , ne se sw . sec 19, twp 1 n, r 5 e, $700. RoBa Hart and F. J. Hart to Elias J. Gregory e , se J, nw se 19i twp 1 n, r 5 e,$400. Mr. Chaa. M. Conger, a former em ploye of The Republican, has recently entered into the proprietorship of the Wyoming Derrick, a live weekly news paper published at Casper. Wvo. The Derrick bears all outward evidences of success to which the skill of Mr. Conger as an artistic printer cannot but be con' tributory. Adjutant General Schwartz yesterday received an order from Washington by which the order directing Major Bam bridge to proceed to the inspection of the National Guard of Arizona is re voked. The revocation is due to the lack of an appropriation bv the terri tory of funds to pay the expenses of ine inspecting omcer. Dr. D. R. Fcrman, who has had rooms in the Fleming block, will shortly occupy offices with Drs. Ward and Martin. Dr. Purman is a valuable acquisition to local , professional ranks and since he came to Phoenix has been practicing with great success. Before coming to Phoenix he was a leading physician at Indianapolis. Attention is called with pleasure to the advertisement which appears in another column, of Marlborough school for voung ladies at Los Angeles, Cal. The institution is one of the best in the west, affording a thorough course in those branches which constitute a lib eral education for the young lady of today. Beaide these facilities all the comforts of a refined home are offered. A Republican reporter whose mission on earth is to right wrongs, has under taken to locate and restore to its owner a mammoth gray cat stolen from J. A. Plattuer's harness store last week. To facilitate matters the reporter has been empowered to offer a reward far in ex cess of the market price of cats. If the man who purloined the cat teels any Hesitancy about negotiating with Mr. Plattner concerning the restoration of the cat, he may communicate with the reporter. Mayor Cole has been in frequent re ceipt of requests from persons and journals in the east for statistics and information relating to Phoenix, the valley and Arizona. Yesterday he re ceived a circular letter from the Quar terly Journal of Economics, published at Cambridge, Mass., desiring informa tion about the benevolent institutions of the city and the labor condition here. tie replied that the only charitable in stitution was the Ladies' Benevolent So ciety which had been able to meet all calls upon it. He answered also that the number of unemployed in the city was exceedingly small and that there was none of the Buttering so prevalent in nearly every other city and town of consequence in the United States. Men's light summer suits, a good assortment, good quality and bottom price at Alkire's. CAPT. JUAN'S BUTTONS. They Bear an Old Motto of Unex Dlalned Significance. Capt. Juan, who controls the desti nies of the Indians on the south side of the river, the guardian of the Maricopa reservation, he who stands between the Indians and harm, and he who is loved by good Indians and dreaded by re fractory redskins, was in town yeBter day. Half of Capt. Joan's power lies in the resplendent brass buttons on his blue coat. Authority over semi-civil ized tribes resta largely upon the item of uniform. Capt. Juan's uniform is complete and his authority ia therefore without dispute. Those buttons, though, are features of hie uniform which compel one to turn and look at them the second or third or fourth time. They are different from any with which Uncle Sam has distin guiBhed any other servants. They bear a . motto which' seems to be wholly without significance, unless it is intended to breed habits of in dustry among the Indiana. It ia, "God Helps Those Who Help Themselves." The Chinese Question Being Solved By the Citizens of a Cali fornia Town. Japanese and Chinese Compe tition Being Driven Out. The Trouble Has Already Taken the Shape of a Riot Which Prom ises a' Bloody Ending. By the Associated Press. Woodland, Cal., April 13. A special to the Mail from Winters says that the town is up in arms over the Chinese question and tonight citizens are thronging the streeta making threats against Chinese and Japanese laborers who have taken the places of white men. " i This ia a large fruit growing section and ranchers and orchardists have lately employed a large number of Chinese and Japanese who work for cheaper wages than the whites. The citizens of Winters have for some time been discontented over the partiality of ranchers for oriental labor. On Thursday their resentment broke out in a violent manner. On that day a white man named M. C. Ferry ar rived from San Francisco as an agent of Wah Hing, a Chinese doctor. Ferry hnstled about town drumming up bus iness for his employer and this was more than the people of Winters could atand. Ferry waa pelted with rotten eggs and otherwise roughly treated. That night he got out of town glad to be alive. After paying their respects to Ferry the townspeople hung the Japanese and Chinese in effigy. The figures swung in the wind all night and today were burned by the crowd. A Japanese was caught on a biidge and after being pounded was throw n over board. He was quite badly hurt. Today the citizens held a meeting and appointed a committee to notify the ranchers that they must discharge their Chinese and Japanese laborers. THE SORROWFUL ARMY. A Detachment Repulsed at San Bernardino. Coxey's Crowd Held Together Only Through Fear of the Mountain eers of Pennsylvania. By the Associated Press. San Bebnabdino, Cal., April 13. About 1 o'clock this morning the army of the unemployed attempted to cap ture a freight train and leave here, but were deterred and several leaders of the gang were arrested and lodged in jail. The city and county officials are in con sultation over the matter thiB morning. The Army Walks Out. San Bebnabdino, Cal., April 13. Citizens held an informal meeting this afternoon when the critical situation growing out of the congregation of the army of the unemployed waa discussed. A committed of five was appointed and a call was issued by them to all citizens to attend the mass meeting tonight to come to aome final understanding as to what can be done under the circum stances. It was resolved tonight to or ganize a company of 100 men for pro tection against the army of the unem ployed camped here. Capt. Vinette and others were re leased this evening from jail with the understanding that they would move out of the country and take the whole army now numbering 250 men with them. While the citizens were holding the meeting in the court house the army quietly packed their blankets and started out toward Colton and the Southern Pacific railroad, over which they expect to move on to .Washington. The Advance Guard. Addison, Pa., April 13. Coxey's army today begins ita tramp over the mountains. Many would desert, but fear the Winchester of the mountain eers. A clash of authority occurred be- Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. Ofcr MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Insurance Company. BOONE LEWIS & General Managers For Arizona. Rooms 5 and 6 Fleming Block. Money Loaned on Policies at 5 per cent per annum. . Call and see us if you want To Place a Gilt-Edged Loan tween Coxev. Brnarn and HtnitV, vhn detest each other. Coxey has disap peared, ostensibly in search of provis ions. A "Natural" Expectation. Laramtr. Wvn Anril 13 Vllo army will arrive at Denver on Satur day morning and remain one day and proceed to Kansas City. They expect help from Governors Waite and Lev elling. SINGLE STANDARD OF MORALITY Col. Brackenridge an Equal Sinner ' With MadellnelPollard. Washington, April 13. Judge Jere M. Wilson today replied to the attacks upon Miss Pollard by Col. Thompson. In speaking of the statement of the proposition that the suit should never have been brought and the details given publicity, he assumed the .re sponsibility and was proud of the part taken by him. He stood ready to de mand the same standard of morality for women aa for men. Would the jury admit the defendan to their parlors and shut their gates against the women? He denied that the womanhood of the land was arrayed on behalf of the defendant. American girls needed no chaperone and the speaker expected to hear that gray haired men of 47 needed body guards. S. J. Tribolet succeeds to the busi ness of Saunders & Tribolet and will conduct it at the old stand where the only genuine cold air storage in Phoe nix is located and where all his old cus tomers may find him. Donofrio's confectionery fresh every day. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma. Real -testate. Caplinger & foods, REAL ESTATE Fire and Life INSURANCE and LOANS Special Agents of the Equitable Life Insur ance Co., of New York for Arizona and New Mexico. , We are prepared to do a general real estate business. We have a list of properties which will, upon investigation, com mend themselves to all shrewd investors; also money to loan in sums to suit the borrower, upon proper security. OFFICE, ROOM i FLEMING BLOCK.