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-.V Ot! 1 FIFTH YEAR. PH(ENIX, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 20, 1894. VOL. V. NO. 1. HAVE YOU A SWEETHEART ? THE TRIUMPH. Closing Exercises of the Sacred Heart. A Night of Song and Enjoyment. The Performances Creditable Alike to the Puolls and to Their Faithful Instructors. OOY If you wear one of our elegant, high-art made suits she will be delighted. This week we offer GENTS' : TENNIS : SHOES With Rubber Soles, for Cts. Patronize Our Free Labor OUic mm m CLOTHING SMI Always Look for Our Sign. I1ABDWABE. The commencement exercises of the Academy of the Sacred Heart at Gardi ner's hall on Friday night was what the most sanguine friends and patrons of the academy had expected it would be. The great hall was elaborately deco rated by palms, evergreens, flags and banting, presenting a lively scene, in tensified by the snow white robes of the young lady pupils and the cadet uni form of the boys. The audience was large and appre ciative and was held with unflagging nterest to the end of an extraordi narily long but carefully prepared pro gram, which was not concluded until after midnight. The performance of the pupils re flected credit alike on their training industry and intelligence, as well as upon the methods pursued at the Acad' emy of the Sacred Heart. Ihe exercises were introduced by Dr. Purman in the following appropri ate address : I most cheerfully come to meet this bright and happy audience ot little people about 10 nmsna year 01 worn ana improvement, j know vou have all earnestly employed your selves and will go forth for a few months of rest and play with glad hearts and better and stronger minds. When you come back to take up the books and lessons you now quit for a short time the work will seem lighter ana the words will spell easier ana the problems will not be half so hard. I hope you will take advantage of the sun Bhine, of the bright tiays, the flowers and of all that a kind and good Providence has given to make us stronger, better, and happier.-' You must not forget that the boys and girls of today will very soon be men and women and will have to bear the burdens and cares which are so wisely bestowed upon us all, and that you may bear these Duraens ana carss in a aMny ana womaniy way, ana not oe aiscouragea when they come to vou is part of the great work which your teachers are now doing for you. Don't think that because you are only boys and girls that you have not a work to do nor a mission to accomplish, -i ne way you im prove opportunities which are yours today, will The LONG and SHORT of It. . n n y That for seasanable goods I ! HENRYE.KEMP&Co Wr HEADQUARTERS! Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. Paints. Barb Wire. Building Hardware. Agricultural Implements. BANKING. I ames A. Fleming, President. P. J. (.OLE, Vice-President. B. J. Bbnnitt, Cashier WML Mill Ml THE ONLY United States D IN ARIZONA. epositary Paid Up Capital, - $100,000 U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, . 50,000 Depositary for h Territorial Funds. ; The only Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boxes In Arizona. Merest Paid on Time Deposits. TJh cenix. General Banking Business A.rizona. Program of Unusual Interesting Length. but have a great bearing upon the liieyouwill lead in the future. To be useful, to be happy, and to make others hannv should be the obiect and the aim of all good people, and in bruer that you may attain that condition of mind which makes it perfectly natural ana easy to leid such a life you must begin now by being obedient to your teachers, true to yourselves ana Kina to eacn otner. While you are yet young you should try to so think and aet as to never feel other than proud of yourselves for if this habit is begun at youth it will very likely last thronjh life. In order that we may hold the respect of other- we must truly respect ourselves. A good action, a noDie thought, a Kina word never tails to corner comiort ana a sense 01 honest pride, while a mean act, a false word, a low thought is equally sure to bring a sense of pain and shame. There are none more deserving of honor than those who labor m the interest of the young. I once heard a very learned Rabbi sav. one exalted among his congregation, that he would rather be known as a useful teacher than as a great statesman or philosopher. I cannot ex press my high admiration for the nobility of character, the undaunted sincerity Of those en gaged in the development and moulding of the mental and religious Dtttuies of those of whom Christ said: "Of such U the kingdom of Heaven." No one can see, nor the wisest prophecy the good which thay do and the evil they avert. 'Tis not alone the intellect should be developed, for without the balance wheels of religion and morality the world would be a Deaiam, ana man out little better than the un tutored savage, it requires not logic, neither does it need the evidence of the great, to show how futile and unworthy would betheeflorts of men were it not for the calmi-gand lestrain ing influences which always follow in the wake oi tne Kinaiy ana Denevoient marcn ot Chris tianity. Of Its glorious deeds eitrhtnen cen turies stand forth to bear witness, and so will the centuries continue as monuments of the work begun, when the luster of the star of uetnienem cast its ngnt upon a troubled world I have no patience with those who seek to Dluck a single gem from the diadem of relig ion, and to those good sisters and teachers throughout tne world who are laboring to de velop the youthful mind, to inculcate the principles of science and spread religion, I say God speed. Midway in the program Judge J. B. Early waa called npon. - Said he : The Bisters of Mercy, pupils of the Sacred ueart acaaemy, ladies and gentlemen : It is considerable pleasure I aRsnre vou to be invited to deliver an addresB on this occa sion. An occasion of deep interest to the pupils of this school, to their parents and nuuu, ana to nie oisiers oi Mercv. tne teacners who have earnestly labored the oast vear for the advancement of the voung under their care atd for the upbuilding of a school that will send tortn tne youth aud younglaaieRof tnlscitv carefully equipped and instructed as to their duties as to good citizenship and make them wormy ana creaitaDie members of society. Great responsibility therefore rests upon the instruction given in the school room, the moral as well as the intellectual, and we feel a great uegree oi pnue in tne moral ana intel lectual training given by the worthy sisters who are devoting their lives, their talents aud their energies to the education of the young minds of Phoenix, and it is with pleasure and priue mai we witness tne steaay aavancement aim upuuiiuing oi tnis scnooi in ourmiast. The Sacred Heart academy building was com pleted in IKK. The Sisters of Mercv came w this city aud took charge of the school in Sep tember of the same year and two weeks after- waraopenea tne school with thirty pupil. This number has steadily increased until the present time and for the Dast vpar the daily at tendance has been 150 which is very flattering mueeu iur a scnooi in us second vear. The attendance has not been confined childten and young ladies of Phoenix but th representation of the academy has by its well eameu mem, reacnea every part 01 our terri tory, and even to our sister territory, New Mexico. Here Judge Early eloquently des cribed the conditions which tended to make the school one of prominence tne southwest. Us seat being the center of a valley which itself was without a rival lor natural attractions He dwelt npon the character of the at tendance and pointed out the duty of the pupils, first to their teachers, next to their parents, then to themselves and latterly to their country. His eulogium of the nohle eisters whose lives have been consecrated to this grand work was earnest. The part of parents in the education of their children and their moral sup port of the efforts of their instructors was clearly defined. Concluding he said : 4 "I will state that the sisters expect to close the school term of tins year ,T une 15 next , on wuicu date one ot tfieir young laay pupils snail receive giaduating honors, and on the same date wili be distributed to the deserving pupils of the academy, premiums and rewards of merit and certificates for advancement, which will be appreciated by the pupils, parents, and friends of the academy. I thank you, ladies and gen tlemen, for your kind attention, and in behalf of thee worthy and devoted sisters who have wonted so earnestly ana aevoteaiy tne past year for the welfare of these boys and girs, I tt ank you, and your pret-ence here tonight in witnessing the closing exercises of the acad emy is very encouraging t.nd fully appreciated oy tnem. . Ihe program or so much, of it as was executed was as follows : Overture to Martha, Flotow-Boy Prof. Arrlola's Orchestra Opening chorus, Woodbird's Song pupils, pi mist Miss Cora Brill Salutatory No. 1 Master LeRoy McCarthy balutatory No. 2 ...Miss E. Luhrs and Master E. Lightbnrne. Duett InstrumeLtai, LaPoeibllle de Roses, Misses FranciB Butts and Myrtle Holder. Dreyer Duett instrumental,8kylark Polka, Misses Baud v aish and Mamie Toohev. Solo, instrumental, Sllleneche, March In- aienne Miss Laura Powell Boys Song, You've Been a Friend to Me Soldier's Ssng. ...Seventeen boys; pianist Miss B. tignetu. March Pianist, Miss A. Monlhon Recitation Four Minims Dialogue Masters MacCarthy and Liigntoonme. CjmicSong. My Wife's Relations Masters A. Arriola and w. Galpiu; nlanist. Miss Seraphine Reghetti Dialogue. The Tattlers Laughing chorus Eight boys Instrumental solo. Mar spangica Banner JM1SS m. jt. mison Rondo, Villegris Miss A. Monihun Koelling. up. aid, uanse aes cosaques Miss M. JS.Gilson and Lena Hughes Recitation, "G oat and the Swing Master Luis Brill. Recitation, Two Bouquets Baby Emma Lnhrs Smith "Martha," Up. 30 Miss Piedad Halss Overdose of Fractions. (Drt ma in one act). Miss Myrtle noiaer. Frances sena, Mary Snyder, Katie Spinas, Mamie King, Nellie Crouch, L. Powell. Instruments! solo, "Tambour Vit" Liszt Master crigge Goodrich. "Les Belles de New York,' (waltz) Miss kva Bowyer Instrumental duett, "Restless Love," Misses! ranees Butts and A. Monition. Recitation, "Voiceless Chimes," Miss Cora Brill Fan Drill, -4 pupils, Miss P. Balsz, captain: Mit-s uora Brill, pianist. 'Ave Maria," Harrison Millard Miss Grace Monto; Miss Piedad , Balsz, pianist. Recitation. "Who Made the Speech," JSight Minims French recitation, "Les Adieux ne Marie Stuart." Misses Frances Butts, F. Sena and Nellie Crouch. Instrumental Solo, Waterlilies Mazurka Miss Cora Brill Duett, Blue Bells of Scotland... Misses Mary L. Wellt and Bella Plumertdge Duett, Garotte Misses Francis San and Katie Spina Recitation. Bingen on the Rhine Miss Piedad Balsz Selection from Norma, Bellin Orchestra Dotties Dream, Cantata... the Minims, Misses ilia Luhrs. Mollie Crouch, Frances Butts, Allie George, Rosa Couwell, rrai cesCoyle. Vivian Hed rick, Ntllie Spinas, Libbie Ge. rge. June W illiams, Miss A. Monihon; pianist. MissSeraDhia Righetti. Fandango, Maylatle Misses N. and F. L. Minor. , Instrumental Solo, Annie Laurie MaE- te' A. Lubrs Recitotion, Kontenoy Master B. Goodrich Trio, "Beauties of Verdi' Opera," Mayer Misses Frances Butts. F. Sena and A Bo; d. Leybach, fantasia, "La Norma," Miss Eleanor Merriam Comic recitation, "Jamie Butler; aud the Owl." Miss Maude Walsh Vocal duett, "Miserere Domini." Misses Clara Galpln and C. Brill; Miss E. Bowver. pianist. Fairie Grotto, (operetta In four acts) misses n.va tiowyer, m. ji. uiison. rne Minims, Grace Monroe, S. Righetti, Thili Besse, Clara Galpiii, pupils; ac companist, Miss E, Merriam. Of such high order was the work of all the pupils that it would be unjust to discriminate. However some of the numbers were in themselves aside from the manner in which they were pre sented, of more than average interest. Of these were the the comic song, Mv Wife's Relations" bv Masters A. Arriola and W. Galpin and the French recitation. "Les Adieus de Marie Stuart" by Misses Frances Butts, F. Sena and jiellie Crouch. The work of Miss Grace Monroe and Mi6s Maude Walsh received much praise. THE SCANDAL. A Senate Committee Af ter Bribers. Plan of Campaign Is Decided Upon. The Assault on Senators Hun- ton and Kyle Comes First. The Iniquities of the Supar Trust Will Constitute a Superior Branch of the Inquiry. Washington, May 19. The special senate committee to investigate chargeb of bribery held a meeting today for the purpose of a preliminary organization and took steps as to summoning wit nesses and the imployment of a steno grapher and clerk. At the close of the meeting Mr. Gray stated that the com mittee had decided to hold its first meeting on Mondav next beginning at 10 o'clock. The first work will be upon the at tempt to bribe Senators Hnnton ana Kyle. The senators named Senator Hunton's son, Senator Kyle's private secretary and U. W. cuttz, who is said to have undertaken to bribe the sena tors, to be summoned. The committee did not decide on any course of proceeding with reference to the alleged operations of the sugar trust. leavine that branch of the inquiry to be taken up when the first part shall have been concluded. The investiga tion will be conducted behind closed doors. The chairman is to be author ized from day to day to give out for pub lication the purport of the testimony, TUCSON WINS. Fertillty.of Soil. Alfalfa grows well and raoidlv almost anywhere in this valley. The beautiful trinity of water, soil and alfalfa seed will produce a most "amazin' " crop of it. Yet there eeenis to be degrees of fertility. On both sides of theroad out North Center street as far as the In dian school, alfalfa seemB to grow thicker and quicker than elsewhere. This is particularly true of the Slmnis addition on the west 6ide of the road. You can almost see the alfalfa grow there and as for shade trees, the way those shade trees which were set out a couple of years ago have grown is won derful. The entire Himms addition is fast becoming the most beautiful and desirable site for a handsome residence property. i. O. G. T. The Maricopa county district lodge I. O. G. T. held its qurterly session in the hall of Unity lodge No. 11 yesterday at 1 p. m,, also an evening session at 7:30 p. m., located in Bchool district No. 14. All of the lodges in the county with the exception of one were presented. The order is in a nourishing condition as the report of the district secretary showed nine lodges in the county. Unity lodge was reported to have gained over forty members during the last quarter. A bounteous repast was served to the visiting members at 6 p. m. and all present report having had a pleasant time. Prevalence of the Doctrine of Wo man Suffragre- A private dispatch received last night from Tucson states that in the debate between representatives of the Tucson Lyceum and Messrs. Monihon, Sparks and Kirkland of the Lamson College Literary society, Tucson was awarded the decision. ihe question lor debate was xtt?- solved that the right of suffrage should be extended to women," Tucson had the affirmative. The dispatch savs that the lJha;nix debaters excelled in delivery. Tucson had the choice of sides of a question in which sentiment and a sense of gallan try would naturally shape a decision. Insurance. The New York Life 'TWAS DONE JUST RIGHT. Dedication of the New mens' Hall. Fire- The Hhcenlx Fire Department and Its Grateful and Admiring Guests. Insurance Company. BOONE 6 LEWIS, General Managers For Arizona. Rooms 5 and 6 Fleming Block. Money Loaned on Policies at 5 per cent per annum. ", Nearing the Goal. Olathe, Kan., May 19. On the 504 ballot at the Republican congressional convention the vote 6tood Smart 57, FunBton 39, Buhat 30. Smart locked but eeven votes of confirmation. Subscribe for The Republican. De livered in any part of the city for only 15 cents a week. If the boys of the Phoenix fire de partment were to practice a thousand years they could not perform the art of dedicating their hall more properly than it was done last night. The affair was coducted as if the com mittee of arrangements had been gradu ated from a school in which the busi ness of dedicating public buildings waa the chief feature of the curriculum. The newlv finished hall was profusely decorated with bunting and with the insignia of the department. Those, in attendance, the members of the de partment, visiting firemen, prominent guests in the city, members and ex members of the city council and mem bers of the press were on hand early. The meeting was called to order by the retiring chief, Gus Clark, who made a brief speech expressive of Mb thanks to the department and the old council for what had been done to increase the usefulness of the service during the paBt year. He introduced his successor, Chief-elect . Herbert Goodman, who made a happy address, paying tribute to the efficiency of his : redecessor and hoping that he would r ure from office attended by the similar good will and respect of the department. Chief Goodman became ex-officio master of ceremonies. Assistant Chief W. A. Davis and chairman of the com mittee of arrangement, spoke briefly of his obligations to the department for help in the performance of his duties. President Frank M. Murphy, of the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix railroad, was rapturously applauded during and at the close of a pleasing address, in the course of which he promised as soon as possible to afford communica tion between the departments of Phoe nix and Prescott for tournament purposes. Judge Israel followed in a tribute to the fire department and he believed that the present citv administration of which he is a member, would labor to increase the facilities of the depart ment. Ex-Governor Murphv spoke at con siderable length upon the usefulness of the department and the enthusiasm ana cnaracier oi irs members ana ex pressed a loyalty to the boys of Phoenix which impelled him to believe that they would be invincible in the tourna ment which President Murphy had suggested. Ex-Mayor Cole was glad to have been an instrument as a member of the late city administration, in having assisted Call and see us if you want To Place a Gilt-Edged Loan in procuring the completion of the en gine house and he believed that the de partment was worthy of any benefit that any council could confer npon it. He hoped soon to see the boys in pos session of facilities befitting" the grow ing character of the city. Alderman Lacy, ,'a living member of the dead council," pledged himself to the sugport of the department as did Alderman Goldberg, Alderman Moss spoke at considerable length npon the past and present condition of the de partment. Mr. Chas. Howard a Chi cago gentleman with President Murphy related humorona reminiscences of his youthful experience as a volunteer fire uian. J, L. 3. Alexander a Cudi ter member of the dapartment was forced to the front to gratify the revenge of Ulnet (joodman but be made a stirring address to the firemen and proved him self a public benefactor by suggesting a repetition of refreshments. On the part of the press James Mc- CHntock who is also a fireman stated the need of horses to pull the machinery around. He had manned a hose cart at the last fire. T. A. Jobs introduced scriptural Quo tations and a garbled report of the con versation between , the governors of North and South Carolina. G. A. Mintz clesed the speech mak ing in a pleasing tribute to the creme de la creme character of the members of the department and immediately afterward offered a proper aoology. Ibe chief acknowledged the receipt. from Mrs. Vigus, the wife of a fireman. and who, he said, was as good a fireman as ber husband, ot an elegant cake, her contribution to the gaiety of the occa sion. The Pioneer band, between speeches, regaled the audience. The dedication was crowned with a banquet which alone ought to have sat isfied the audience of the efficiency of the department and its worthiness of whatever the council and citizens of Phoenix can do for it. PERSONAL. Governor Hughes returned from Tuc son yesterday morning. Mrs. Anna B. Pritchard of Mesa, was in town yesterday. Mr. Anson H. Smith of the Mohave Miner, who has been attending K. of P. grand lodge, returned to Kingman. Secretary C. M. Bruce leaves this evening for Tucson to attend a meeting of the board of regents of the university to be held there Tomorrow, f rom Tuc son Secretary Bruce will go to Cochise county on official business and will be absent about a week. "Wanted One or two unfurnished rooms for the summer. Two gentlemen. P. O. box 149. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. DEI' CREAM in MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 4Q YEARS THE STANDARD,.