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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1904.
7 BAY IHIF 3- & 3. .3. 3 & s-s- San Diego Is On the Verge of the Greatest Substantial Boom Southern California Has Ever Seen. 1 . 8" 3- fc 8- 2- 2-2- & & . 3" & 3- 31 & 9 8 & 8- 8- ft 4 8- 2- Mission Bay Heig'Hts The ideal residential site of San Diego, overlooking the BEAUTIFUL MISSION BAY, PACIFIC BEACH, POINT LOMA and SAN DIEGO BAY. Also having a rear view of the most picturesque mountain scenery in California. Every lot in this sightly subdivision is un excelled. There are no hills or canyons, but only the finest of lots. All lots are 25x120 feet to a 15-foot alley, and all streets are 70-feet wide, and are located in the geographical center of the city of San Diego. The drainage is perfect. Every lot is a good one. PROPOSED PLAN OF THE ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLAR STEEL PLANT FOR THE PACIFIC STEEL COMPANY. PRICKS OF LOTS In Mission Bay Heights $22.50,- $25.00, $27.50, $30.00. $32.50, $35.00, and $40.00. No Higher. The prices are less than one-third of which lots are being sold for in the same section. Now is the time to buy them. These prices will not last long. This is an un rivaled opportunity to get in on the ground floor and double your money in 9O days and quadruple it in 6 months Out of Towrv Customers DON'T FAIL We Guarantee Can feel perfectly safe in buying any number of these lots they In writinS us to state the Price of lot vou desire and whether To afj purchasers that within 30 days from this date that we will desire as every order received by us will be given our prompt at- yU T"" 1 Pay &U 01 W U icstallments' This is advance our prices on all our lots in Mission Bay Heights from , , . portant. 25 per cent, to 33 per cent, and that not a lot will be sold for tention'and the best lots at our disposal at the time ' less. This will give you order is received will be reserved for them. HTIT'D "M C &CZ 2y Ef ' 7fZS-JtSM PROFIT F FROM 25 to 33 1-3 PER CENT WHAT ONE DOLLAR WILL DO oL!" Iff 30 DAYS ON JOUR INVESTMENT. Send us a money orderfor one dollar for each lot desired to bind Think how property has advanced in all sections of Southern , California in the past four years while San Diego has been the sale. We will for this amount reserve them the lot or lots Certlf ICateS of Title asleeP' and then consider the immense profits that will be made ordered and forward to them a map, and the number of said lot in the next two years in San Diego property with a One Hundred and the balance of purchase price can either be paid upon re- WiU fe?15 bv the Union Title & Trust Co of San Diego Million Dollar Steel Plant s head her industries to say nothing r r and the Title Insurance & Trust Co., of Los Angeles, two of of one or more new Transcontinental Railroads that will shortly ceipt of deed or terms can be had if desired. the strongest Trust Companies in the West. . make that city their terminus. NOW READ WHY SAN DIEGO IS BOUND TO BOOM SAN DIEGO HAS Twenty-six thousand inhabitants. Fifteen public schools. High school. $330,000 State Normal school, can be seen from Mission Bay Heights. Twenty-four churches. Five banks, and two more to be started within thirty days. $SO,000 County Hospital, can be seen from Mission Bay Heights. Finest opera house in the west. $80,000 Carnegie Public Library. $60,000 City Hall. Over sixty miles of cement sidewalks. Six miles of paved streets. Seventy-five miles of graded streets. Sixty-two miles motor roads. One of the finest equipped electric street railway systems in the United States, operating on twelve miles of streets. $300,000 sewer system, arid perfect drainage. City water system; abundant and pure water. Finely equipped Fire Department. Magnificent 1400-acre park area, own ed by city. Now being developed and beautified by Parsons & Cook, the landscape architects for Central Park and Greater New York. Most healthful and equable climate IN THE WORLD. The only harbor south of San Fran cisco. ; The Bay of San Diego is a magnifi cent sheet of water, completely land locked and protected, and is recognized as one of the finest and safest harbors in the world. Its length is 13 miles and area 22 square miles, and it la large enough and deep enough to float thi entire merchant marine of the Pacific and the navies of the world. The en trance to this harbor has -just been deepened by the government to thirty feet, the same depth as that of New York. $150,000 Spreckles coaling docks; largest on Coast. Recently improved marine railway repair docks. Perfect government quarantine sta tion. Fort Rosecrans, with other govern ment fortifications, recently equipped with the heaviest, modern disappearing siege guns. The United States govern ment spent $200,000 in improvements at this fort last year. AMONG HER INDUSTRIES ARE: Large Salt Mfg. Co. (Capital $200,000.) Incorporated Fishing Companies. Ice Factor-. One of the largest Lumber Companies and Milling Tlants in California haa been organized to have their headquar ters in San Diego, o,nd will be ready for business within the next sixty days. Several large dairies, one doing an immense business, on the Pacific Coast and shipping to Hawaiian Islands and Philippines. Two cold storage and ice manufac turing plants, one costing $100,000. Foundries. t J "', Machine shops. -V Gas engine factory. Automobile factory. Citrus and other fruit packing com panies. Soap factory. Large Brewery. Cigar factories. ' Wood working factories. Brick yard3. Cereal food factory. Baking Powder manufacturers. ADDITIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS UNDER WAY ARE: $200,000 harbor improvements by the government. $230,010 government coaling docks, NOW ORDERED BY THE GOVERN MENT. Admiral Bradford says he is go ing to make of San Diego harbor ONE OF T1IK MOST COMPLETE COALING AND NWAL STATIONS OWNED BY THE NAVY. Large Reduction Works to be estab lished here for the manufacture of Lithia from the famous Palagonite mines near San Diego. Over $300,000 being expended by War Department, building a model Four Company army post and buildings. Now nearly finished. Government also building large ord nance repair shops, electric light plants, hospitals and several miles of splendid military roads along Point Loma, with the finest views in the world. Can be seen from Mission Bay Heights. J. D. Spreckels & Co. to spend $1,500, (XXi in enlarging one of the present water systems, to irrigate 20,000 acres more of land, and to furnish electric light and power for manufacturing for entire bay region.- Several fine oiled boulevards being constructed. Many miles of the surburban motor roads adapted to electricity and surveys for improvements and exten sions already made, one of which will pass MISSION BAY HEIGHTS. A wonderful activity in the mining sections of the- county near San Diego, many new gold and copper min?s being opened up and machinery installed. An immense zone of very rich copper and gold ores just beginning to be de veloped in Lower California and In terri tory thatalways will be tributary to San Diego, and millions of dollars are being invested . in the mines. The Roths childs ere already heavy investors there. Half a million acres of extremely fer tile lands in the delta of the Colorado river in eastern San Diego county, be ing irrigated and the settlers pouring in to help make this city's back country one of surpassing wealth and produc tivity. Besides this, the IT. S. Government is surveying 13 townships in a strip 300 miles long, upon the Colorado river above Yuma, for Government irriga tion. This is to be thrown open to set tlers, and will all be a back country for San Diego. A re gular building boom Is now under way, a large number of fine ' homes, fiats, and renting houses being in course of construction, as well as a number of business blocks and im provements to present buildings. The splendid Interurban Electric Trolley Line of the Huntington-Hell-man syndicate is being steadily pushed southward from Los Angeles, touching the principal towns en route, with San D'ego as its ultimate destination. Greatest of all, however, are the fol lowing: THE PANAMA CANAL. row a government enterprise and the construction of which is to go forward at once, will mean millions to the Pa cific Coast and more to San Diego than any other place. San Diego will be come the jobbing and distributing: cen ter for the entire southwest. A ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOL LAR STEEL PLANT AND ROLL ING MILL is to be erected at San Dlegor by & powerful eastern syndicate, and two Carnegie experts are on the ground planning the details. A 3000-acre ite has trf'en selected and a number of al lied industries are already bidding for entrance. Consider the immense amount of railroad building, irrigation and other development now going on throughout the whole southwest, and bear in mind that San Diego is the only natural ocean outlet and Inlet to and from those regions, as well as many of the Eastern and all of the Southern states. THEN ESTIMATE HER FUTURE IF YOU CAN. San Diego today offers the best and safest investment opportunity of any city in the West. A small investment in San Diego real estate at the present low prices may easily be the foundation of a fortune. For this reason many investors are being attracted to this field from all over California, and many parts of the United States, and the elements are gathering for one of the greatest peri ods of activity ever known in the Southwest. Address all Communications to and Make all Money Orders Pay able to The Missions Bay ILamd Co., OWNERS OF MISSON BAY HEIGHTS. Home Office: Suite 411-412 BRALY BUILDING Los Angeles, Cal. THE MINORITY WON (Continued from Page One.) la,i:d), W. B. Lount (by Russell), Geo. Iidlas (by E. S. Russell). B. F. Mc Fall, M. J. Pettid (by Russell), Gus Hirschfeld (by Russell), William Mil ton, Bert Coyle. l'hoenix, second ward H. H. McNeil (by S. P. Hoefer), S. R. Hughes, J. W. Ambrose, Vernon L. Clark, James Mc Carthy, D. NicNolson, J. M. Ford, Thos. Elder. S. P. Hoefer, W. F. Kelso. Phoenix, third ward-T. E. Farish, J. H. Langston, John Maddox (by Charles Slankard), Lamar Walker (by J. T. Dunlap), Hans Herlick S. J. Doster (by Dunlap), Richard Holmes( by Seth By e:), R. F. Doll (by Dunlap), Seth By ers, IT. L. Tulbert (by Dunlao). W. H. Easterwood (by Charles Slankard). V. W. ISdwards (by Seth Byers), J. T. Dunlap, J. T. Gibson (by Dunlap)). Si mr.n Robles (by T. E. Farish), J. H. Kurtz, (by W. B. Cleary). l'hoenix, fourth ward A. H. David son, R. B. Cannon (by Senders), W. C Dowers, A. L. Cobb (by Stokoe). N. A. Senders, George W. Stokoe, Eugene Jiukson (by N. A. Sanders), W. I. Smith, P. G. de la Lama, James Bur son, Joe Bush, S. Lockhart. Tempe Thos. Morrow, George W. Nichols, John Birchett (by Charles Woolf), Niels Peterson (by W. T. Cum mings). W. T. CummtngB (by Albert Mi;ier). E. B. Goodwin (by Carl Hay-df-n), J. E. McCJain, Andrew Neilsen, J. A. Dines, Albert Miller. Mesa H. L. Chandler, W. J. LeBar n, J. L. Waring, W. A. McDonald, John H. Pomeroy, W. W. Wallace (one third delegate), Charles, Peterson, O. S. Stapley (one-half delegate), C. R. Hakes (one-third delegate), M. C. Phelps. Alma L. D. Cook, R. W. Westover, Orin Standage, Charles Pew (one-half delegate), James Stewart (one-half delegate), W. H. Rogers. Lehi D. P. Jones (by T. E. Jones), Henry W. Davi3, William Nelson (by '!. E. Jones). Wickenburg W. J. Murray, John Sage (by Murray), I. D. Ford (by Hale), N. J. Hale. Osborn G. J. Smith, W. R. Brew ster, Sam. F. Webb, C. C. Hurley, John Phelps (by Wood). Arizona Power House No. 1 W. D. Frazee. McDowell Jeff Adams, E. Tomp kinson, John Bonner (all by J. M. Langston). Liberty W. R. Belot (by Osborn), Edmond Brewster, W. E. Thomas. Buckeye T. N. Clanton, Riley John son (by Charles Williams), P. p. Moore, Charles Williams. Cartwright J. A. Vinson, Linn Orme T. Bone. Glendale James Co .Tit, E. T. Haw kins, E. C. Bunch. District 35 A. R. Jenkins, Aaron Cummings. Cave Creek John W. Osborn (by A S. Mills), Frank Linville .(by A. S Mills'. Gila Bend Frank Welcome (by T. E. Farish), James Coyle (by T. E. Far ifc'h). Agua Caliente H. R. Wills (by Slankard), H. N. Wills (by Slankard). Meridian James Holmes, N. W Haggard. Riverside J. H. Robertson (by Wood), H. E. Slosser (b Cleary). Fowler Marion ,Kritzer, James P. Ivy. Johnstone S. S. Stout, William Bea con (by Kritzer). Peoria F. A. Woolsey. Morristown J. E. Maurice (by J. G. Evans). Arlington M. E. Clanton (by N. E. Wilcox), J. T. Wilcox (by N. E. Wil cox). Kyrene W. A. Moeur. Jordan G. S. Johnson. " District 14 M. A. Standford (by Wood). Murphy John C. Hurley (by Neri Osborn). Wilson School House Thomas King. Isaac School House J. M. Langston. District 31 J. W. H. Jensen (by Slankard). The report of the' committee -was adopted and the committee on resolu tions reported the following: ARTICLES OF FAITH. We, the representatives of the demo cratic party of the county of Maricopa, in the territory of Arizona, being duly elected at a regularly called primary election, in convention assembled, do hereby aTirm our allegiance to th? democratic principles of Jefferson ;in,1 Jackson as enunciated in the national u.'mocratic platforms of 1898 and 1000. and do attest our abiriin fnlfh in anrt our fidelity to them. We assert It to ue a tact that the c-ongutr of the Un ited States weil knows Arizona is en titled in right, justice and equity to be admitted in the sisterhood, of states of this great union, with iier present boundaries unchanged, her autonomy unmolested single statehood. We censure and deplore the action of the republican administration under the leadership of Theodore Roosevelt in the attempt to force upon Arizona and New Mexico joint statehood, an unholy alliance repugnant to the pop ular will and best interests of both territories. . We view with mortification the pu sillanimous course of the republican territorial administration of Arizona, and the republican party of this terri tory In endorsing the policies thereof, and instructing their party delegates to their national convention to vote for Theodore Roosevelt for the nomination of president of the United. States, when they knew he was in favor of joint statehood; .showing by their acts that it was not that they loved Arizona less, but Roosevelt and federal patron age more. We appeal to those faithful and val iant friends of Arizona and pfngle statehood, who have been steadfast for ouu interests in the past, the demo cratic members of congress ,nd the senate of the United States, to whom only we have recourse in this time of our territory's peril, to continue their vigilance and defeat this outrage upon a people who are of their woof. We thank Colonel J. F. Wilson, our delegate in congress, for the noble and steadfast fight he has made in the congress of the United States in. behalf of single statehood for Arizona, and his opposition to Joint statehood for Ari zona and New Mexico. We favor an extension of the reclam ation of the arid lands of the United States, and are grateful to the Ameri can people, north and south, east and west, for the present reclamation laws, which we do not recognize as a party measure, but the wise and united act of all parties and all sections of this great country. We favor the btfilding of the isthmian canal, but deplore the diplomacy of Theodore Roosevelt, which cast sus picion upon the great project and dis honor upon our whole country by the reprehensible manner in which this country obtained possession of the canal zone. We are as much opposed to the trusts, monopolies and predatory capi tal running amuck, as Theodore Roose velt, his attorney general, the repub lican party and their silent but profit working partners, the trusts and mon opelies are to the government running amuck. It is a bad rule that 'does not work both ways, and since the cost of living has been greatly increased to the peo ple by reason of the highest monopoly protective tariff without corresponding and resultant Increase in wages to the masses of the people. We, therefore, stand for the withdrawal of this shel ter and protection of those silent but profit-working partners of the republi can party. We ask for the enforcement of the criminal clause of the Sherman trust law in all cases when the so-called captains of industry defied the law. The repeal of the imprisonment clause of the inter-state commerce law recently by the republican party is (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8.) The Wickenburg Smelter Custom Work a Specialty. WICKENBURG, ARIZONA. Main Office, 218 Fleming Block, Phoenix, Arizona. The above plant, which some time ago passed into new hands, having been liberaljy capitalizel, fully equipped and put in first class running order, will be blown in about the 20th of April. The people who own the smelter are thorougly responsible financially and fully competent to operate the same with entire satisfaction. Liberal cash payments In advance will be made on high grade ore delivered at the furnace, or purchased at the mines. An especially fa vorable freight rate schedule has been agreed upon with the Santa Fe, Prescott. & Phoenix R. R-, covering the whole territory from Florence to Prescott. Shippers are assured of square dealing and expert treatment of their ores. The superintendent in charge is one of the best known smelter men in Arizona. He will be assisted by a select company of as sayers, engineers and laborers. A RARE OPPORTUNITY For Mine Owners, Operators and Prospectors. This is the best chance the miners of Central Arizona have ever had for reducing their output and developing their properties. W ANTED At once superior iron and lime rock flux, cord wood, II H II I L U an(j high grade gold, copper and silver ore. For further information, terms freight ratet, etc., write at once to THE WICKENBURG SMELTER. Office 218 Fleming Block, Phoenix, Ariz., or Wickenburg, Ariz. EHB 2- 3 8- : 5 & 2- ft