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TIIK ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY 3IORXIXG, JANUARY 31, 1908.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Ev.ry Day In tha Y.ar By THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. GF.O. W. VICKKRH. Pim. and Gea Mgr. exclusive Morning Associated Preaa HilHpHli'tifa. only perfctlne preaa In Arizona. The on); batt.ry ft Linotypes In A rlzona. Publication or Hce: KS Baat Adams Street. Telephone Vain 47. F.ntered at tbe pojtofflce at Phoenix. Arlz.na, as mall matter of tbe second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Br mail, daily, one year ti.tt Weekly, one year 10M Cacti In advance. BT CARRIER. Dally, per month 71 etc. The Arizona Republican la on sale at all of Amos' street news stand wutons 1n Los Angeles, San Diego and Long Beach. PHOENIX ARIZ- JANl'ARY !1. 19f'S. THE OUTBREAK OF Rl'KF. Abe Ruef is by no means all that he ought to be but by comparison with the' prosecution, his offense really seems lighter than it first appeared. His outflare yesterday threw some light on the" halting negotiations be tween him and the district attorney's office which were eventually broken off and also on the failure of the pros ecution to put him on the stand at the Ford trial last fall. It appears that the price he was to pay for immunity was raised by the prosecution to an ex orbitant rate. He was to be required to furnish the testimony In whatever volume might be necessary to secure the conviction of the United Railroads officials. xi was manifest, after the first trial of Ford that the simple truth would not be- sufficient and there was imposed upon Ruef the task of produc ing testimony that would convict. While perhaps it may be doubted whether a man of Ruefs nforals would have hesitated at such a trifling mat ter, he may well have suspected that gentlemen who would set him at such a task were not to be relied upon to carry out any agreement they might make. The incident of yesterday will go far to confirm the suspicion tha the right eous soul of Rudolph Spreckels was stirred not so much at the prevalent rottenness of San Francisco as by his desire to overcome the United Rail roads people who could be reached only through .the conviction of Ruef and Hchmitz and the terrorizing of the su pervisors all of whom were open to conviction and fit subjects for terror izing. But for the enmity of Ppreckels to ward the United Railroads there would probably have been no upheave! of re form in San Francisco though there can be no question that it was badly enough needed. There was never a "lick amiss" until the prosecution enured upon its dis graceful deal with Ruef and began to .tamper with his tattered conscience. "BACK TOM'KINLEY." The Kansas City Juurnal speaking f the late celebration of McKinley Day Faid: As the years pass on. there is com ing to the country a cieeper and deep er appreciation c,f the character of William McKinley. Th calm, gentle dignity of the man becomes more and more impressive. None of the austere tatictity of the gr.at hero attaches to liim. He was too kindly to be im r prions' or repellant. just as he was too sensible of the high responsibilities of his life and office and public ser vice to become unduly familiar. It does not lie in the mouth of any of the devotees it the strenuous and clamorous to declare that William .MtKinley with all his gentleness, ever denied equal and exact justice to any Interest or that he would have op posed the welfare of the people if he had lived to face the problems that have pressed themselves upon the country of late years. 1 The country needs more of the far Fco'ng wisdom, the dispassionate but unswerving justice, the magnificent poise, of William McKinley. The car r.ation means more to the American jiet pie today than It ever did. There could be no more patriotic slogan for thv campaign upon which we are en tering than ' Rack to McKinley," for that means petting back to the wise application of the Immemorial tradi tions of our institutions to the vital conditions in our political and indus trial life. '"Back to McKinley" means getting back to moorings that are safe and from which we are drifting too far. We trust the Journal had it not in mind to let any invidious comparison j be drawn from the foregoing remarks; j that it has not thinly concealed its beli. f that there has been any other j president in contrast to whom the memory of McKinley is to be the ' inoro warmly cherished. j The Santa Fe New . Mexican last 1 Monday printed the following already ' then belated information concerning the temporary dashing of Xew Mex- ! ico's hope of statehood: j Washington. D. C: Governor Cur- 1 ry. D"legatc Andrews r.nd National Committeeman Luna had several tm- . !:rtant consultations yesterday with the president, the vice president. Speaker Cannon, Chairman Albert J. Heveridge of the senate committee on lenliorie and Chairman Edward L. Hamilt n f the house committee on territrits. These were (;uiie lengthy jin.l l isted until well into the evening. It was deel led as best under the cir cumstances that the consideration of the bills containing an enabling act fiir New Mt'xlso now pending, Introduced in the house by Delegate Andrews and in the senate by Senator Penrose be put off until the December session of the present congress. The frreg ing is confirmatory of a certain "Ass x-iale.l Press" dispatch "received" in Phoenix two days Inter. "Wr.gs" is busier than the tradition al cranl.erry mt-rcliant. It has under taken single handed and alone of all the president's admirers in the United States, the task of defending him against the charge of unseemly polit ical conduct and activity. To this her culean job "Wags" has added that of borsting along the campaign of Eu gene Brady O'Neill, apparently forgiv ing of the flaying administered only a year ago In connection with that at tempted "Hot Air" legislative printing deal. Now two Japanese sph s are wait ing at Puma Arenas to see the bat tleship fleet pass the Strait of Mag-1-lan. We presume the exhibition will erst them nothing and will add noth ing of value to what Japan already knovys about the movements of the squadron. HIE MARKET WAKING PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. A Rumor Spreads That It Will Bristle with Anger Against the Corpora tions. New York. Jan. 30. The profound dullness of the stock market was Its salient feature today. The influences which were current In the early part of the day were unmistakably depress ing to sentiment. Prices yielded with out vigorous resistance, but the sup ply of st.wks was scanty. There Is a general desire to await the publica tion of President Roosevelt's message tomorrow, and observe its effect on general opinion. Abstracts of the message were circulated at the stock exchange, professing to give literal passages containing a strain of Invec tive against some prominent interests in the corporation world and their ac tions as well as vigorous crit'eism In denunciation of the stock exchange It self, and which created considerable sensation. STOCKS. Amalgamated Copper 51', Ameri can Smelting C7. Atchison 71, St. Paul 112, New York Central Pennsylvania 112. Reading lOOg, Southern Pacific 73?4, Union Pacific 122 Vt. U. S. Steel 28, pfd. S2Vi. METALS. New York, Jan. 30. The London tin market was unchanged to 5s higher with spot closing at 124 and futures at 125 5s. Locally the market was quiet but a shade higher at $27.75ti 2S.O0. Copper had quite a sharp break in the London market, spot closing at 61 2s 6d and futures at 61 13s. Lo cally the market was dull, with lake at $13.62tii 13.87i. electrolytic S13.50 13.75, and casting at $ 1 3.2 5 13.50. Lead was unchanged at 15 in the London market and $3.7fKi 3.7!i locally. Spelter was a shade lower at C10 10s in London. The local market was dull at 14.45 ii 4.55. The English iron market was lower with standard foundry at 46s and Cleveland warrants at 47s 0d. No change was reported in the domestic market. Silver 55; Mexicans 44. GRAIN. Chicago. Jan. 30. Wheat was weak an cay ana cioseu weak with prices i near the low point. May opened i SIM to loner at tm to $1. ! T sold at $l.nu. declined to sxkc, and! closed at SS's'-ihC. Com closed easy. May opened shade to lower at Gf)i to CO--,;. Sold I 60iffi"i. declined to 6i and closed . 60. Oats weak in sympathy with wheat. Jlay opened to lower at ,r.3Vi to H3'i. Sold off to 5L'. Closed there. CATTLE ANO SHPFP rhicago, Jan. 29. cattle receipts i about 8000. Market steady. Beeves $3.60fi6.10: cows, heifers Sl.70Ur4.60. Texans XZ.ZH'u 4; calves :!'; western $3.T0i 4. CO; Blockers and feeders $J.C0 ffi4.60. She p receipts about lO.OOO.Market weuk. Natives $3.23ifi 3.C0; Westerns. S3.255.6l. Yearling $4.90ffl 3.60. Lambs $ji".13. Westerns $5fi7.30. Your Phoenix Visit will be very Incomplete if you do not see the Pan-American city show pen of Ostriches. They are larger than the ones seen in cir cuses. They are sights worth seeing. S:-e them eat and strut about in their royal robes of magnificent plumes. Entrance through the Old 'Mission Museum, the most famous and interesting relic house in the great southwest. The largest stock of handsome Navajo Rugs in . the city. See them. OLD MISSION MUSEUM BENHAM & BRIZARD COMPANY, Corner Second Avenue and Jefferson Street, back of Court ENGINE HIT ELECTRIC CAR. Los Angeles, Jan. 30. A switch en gine n the Salt Lake road struck a Brorklyn Avenue car of the Pacific Electric line at Macy street tonight. The crnductor of the car was killed and six are reported injured. HEINZE OUT AT ANOTHER PLACE Salt Lake. Jan. 20. F. Augustus Helnze was divpp.d from the director ate tt the Utah Narl. nal Rank by tbe stockholders at the annual meeting to day. FOR FAMILIES OF THE DEAD. Pittsburg. Jan. 30. The executive committee of the Carnegie Hero Fund Mission today gave $25,000 to the wid ows and children of the 2T0 miners killed last month in the Darr mine district at Jacobs Creek, Pa. NEW LOUISIANA PRIMARY. New Orleans, Jan. 30. With the ex ception of Jared Y. Sanders, the nom inee for governor, and Jno. T. Mitchai, for secretary of. state, the candidates for nil the state offices must figure in a second primary to be held Feb. THE SECRET OF GUN PLANS. Essen, Jan. 30. An official of the Krupp gun works, whose name is lint given, was arrested today on the charge of betraying military secrets. It is declared that he holds plans of certain guns which the Krupps are building for Italy. JAPANESE SPIES Awaiting the Arrival of the Battleships at Straits of Magellan. Punta Arenas, Jan. 30 Two Japan ese have come ashore here from the British steamer Orita. They are sup posed to be present in Punta Arenas for the purpose of observing the lias sage of the American fleet. A BATTLESHIP SIGHTED Buenos Ay res. Jan. 30. The follow ing dispatch was received lure this evening: "Cape Virginia, 4:42 p. m. In sight, making for Magellan Straits, an American battleship, judging from the smoke on the hori.on: presume it is the v:ii)gi.ard of fleet bound to the Pacific." WEATHER TODAY. Washington, Jan. 30. Fair in the south, snow and much cold for a day In northern oortion with a cold wave, ("old in central portion. Saturday fair. YOU CAN LAUGH AT THE THOUGHT of any distress after eating if you will only begin the meal by taking a dose of Ho&tettcr's Stomach Bitters. It will prepare the stomach to receive the food, aid In its proper digestion and assimilation and keep the bowels open. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS can thus prevent and cure Sick Head ache, Flatulency, Heartburn, Bloating, Vomiting, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Colds and Female Ills. Try it today. SANITARY DRYING ROOMS Up-to-date Shirt Machine Domestic Finish TROY LAUNDRY ,V,...ii,..i,.ff,.fi,, ,, f T i ---- MILLINERY The Most Exclusive Designs of & mart Street. Partv and Evening Hats. A rare fully selected line of Fine Shapes and Trimmings. Your own materials made up. THE LICHTENSTEIN SISTERS.' Formerly with Mdme. Close. r.21 F.. Van Rnrn. Orn. Hieh School. JOi'lllMld House. 80 Acres Fine orange land, twenty acres In alfalfa, twenty ncres In trees und vines and forty acres readv for trees. On good terms ' 88.000 ,.., -r. . . NO Acres with twelve acres In orange trees, bearing, all fenced level, for $8,000 and 120 Acres X ten acres In alfalfa, four-room j house and good wind mill. Close to C.lendale. for $2,250 j; 10, 20 or 40 Acre i; Tracts.... Ideal grounds for garden and cantaloupe growing. Terms to suit, at $100 I"1- aRr- This land Is only six miles from the city and water from the Salt River Canal. t -I-H M"t' K-H-H-"M"Mi J Greene & Griffin, i Real Estate and j; Investment Co. i: 127 N. Center St. 8-h-k ; ..hiiwi.iwii nn STORE OPEN UNTIL Midnight WHY NOT PHONE MAIN 113 f-.r what you want at the Drug Store the same as you do the grocer or baker? You are not asking us to do any special fa vor at nil when you do, as it Is n part of our regular business and a pnrt that we have devel oped along progressive lines with prompt, intelligent tele phone service and iuick special delivery service at any hour from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Next time you want anything in the drug, sundry or stationery line and want it riRht quick. WHY NOT PHONE MAIN 113? A. L. D0EHMER, THE DRUGGIST. MILK AND CREAM Have it delivered at your door fresh, pure and wholesome, by the VALLEY PRIDE CREAMERY Phone Main 288. - Freight and Baggage carefully and quickly handled. Btor- I age at reasonable rates. Pioneer and Consolidated Transfer and Storage Ga. Baggage office, 11 8 North Center St Telephone Main 142. General office, 42 South Center St Telephone Main 74. Manger Bros. Olivet Brand Olive Oil OaMon buttles or tins 54.23 Half gallon bottles S2.2o Quart size SI. 25 TMnt sizes .63 Half pint pize For sale at all groceries and drug stores. MUNGER BROS. MOHN & DRISCOLL FUNERAL DIREOTORS EASTErfrlNG & WHlTHEY UNDERTAKERS 218 W. Washington St. Pho.nix, Arisen. DON'T PAY THE SAME MONEY FOR POORER WORK. OUR NEW SHIRT-MACHINE TURNS OUT MUCH BETTER-1 RON ED SHIRTS THAN THE OLD-STYLE MACHINES. Try It. Arizona Laundry White Wagons Special Notice To Butchers, Farmers and Cat tleman W ara paying tha highest prlom for hides, wool and pelta. Ba aura and give us a call and ba satisfied that you will gat food treatment. Reasonable advances mads on ahipirmta, KAUFMAN, DAVIDSON, SEMMEL, (INC.) Car. 6th and Jacxaon Ita. PBOFSSQ.OKB- NOTARY PUBLIC PATF.N"rTTORSKVS--Ptents. roDjrnfrhts, trademark-- Ameiw an mill foreicn. JAMES R. TOWNSK.Nl, 4.W Bradbury building, I.O AliK' U"- I'al. ! DR. W. S. LOWE. Veterinarian, j Office 17 N. 1st Ave. - Office Phone, j Red 1223. Res. Phone, County 44. jE. E. PASCOE, Notary Public Con veyancing a specialty. Acknowledg I ments taken. 110 North Center St, J. W. CRENSHAW Attorney at Law Office 210 211 Fleming Btdldinc. Phoenix . Ariior.a ENGINEERS AND METALLURGISTS By perinlK?icn of the Board of KeRcnts, the KnxIneeniiK Pepnrtiiu-m I'nivprsity o! Arizona announce thai they will tiihleribke a linotcd amount of eonrnltiiiK work. C. V. Tolmsn. Mine Examination; K. M. Hlake. Mlnine an 1 Klec. Machinery ; V. W. Ilpnk-y. Power Plant; I.. A. W merliu'ty. Clvii tiiKinecriug; K. K. lioodnch, Metallurgy J Q. A . King. Allayer & Metallurgist. Mining M filing, boieiting and Irrigation Machinery 1 X. beeond Ave. l'hucii. ArU y. C. THOMPSON (7111 Krgineer and V. S. Deputy Minerul Surveyor. X. 2nd. Ave. Tel. lied 1st BARNETT E. MARKS, Attorney and Counsellor. Office 411 Fleming Eldg. Phoenix - - Arizona. A Car Load of Seed Potatoes American Wonder and Early Rose Plant ihem Now HILL'S SEEO HOUSE NURSERY GO. 22 West Jefferson Street SEE A LIST Or THE HIGH CLASS POLICYHOLDERS that aro insuring in The Parlfic Mu tual Life. It includes the leading bankers, lawyers. idiyAiciunx, business Men and farmers In Arizona. W. T. l'arr will expliln their famous combi nation policy of liTe. endowment, acci dent and health, combined in one pol icy. 321-22 Fleming Slo'g., Phoenix , Ariz. KMIf, GANZ, President. SOL LKWI3, JOHN J. SWEENEY, Asst. Cashier. Capital $100,000 Make a Good Start this Christmas season. Put your money in the bank and put your bank book In an old stocking instead of the cash. THE NATIONAL BANK OF ARIZONA BANK BOOK Is lots of us to you, but Isn't worth a cent to the enterprising bur glar. So If you start the account you lose nothing1 If h steal that old stocking. That's a whole lot better than if you had continued to leave your cash there. Think It over. ml) ELECTRIC THEATRE PROGRAM A First Vavdeville and Motion Pictures A Comedy Sketch each night by the Echen Comedy Company. . Song Sung by S. A. Echlen. THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT 44-45 EAST ADAM8 STREET. Everything New, Nica and Clean. Private Family Dining Roc ma. CHARLIE, LINO o CO, Praps, Garden City Restaurant Coolest and Cleanest Place In Town to Eat Nice private rooms for partlea and families. Short orders. REGULAR MEALS 2SC Nos. 22 and 24 East Washington Street CHARLEY LOO CHUCK. Proprietor. All Kinds of ENGINE BARGAINS Kunz Bros. MACHINE Phone Red 823. ALWAYS CLEAN. HAVE The California We buy only the beat in tha market YEE SING'S AMERICAN HITCH! N Parties served with extra fine real Chines China diahes.. Private rooms and family style when desired. Sing does all his own pastry. For a good dinner on specirj occaaion, or at ordinary times coma to Sing's new A mar- ican Kitchen. 33 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. The HOFFMAN Evorthlng First Class Famous Tony Faust Beer on Draught JACK GIBSON, Proprietor. r. Cool and Shadv m With nice lounging lawn. GOLD HOTEL Corner Third and Washington Sts. 3u newly furnished rooms, 50 cents and upwards. Call and ANTON GOLD, Proprietor. J FORD HOTEL GR!LL CHICKEN STEAKS AND CHOPS HOME MADE PASTRY Anheuser Export Beer on Draught I'M i lllllllllliiiiin 1 ;. HEARSEY TIRES have stood the test all the time, every time. Get them AT THE Hospital" I 2 doors S. of F.O. Phone Red 14S T I Stewart&TempIin J -M-M-41 lllllil ! M-H ! I I i II aoa Vlce-Prea. 8. OBERFELDER, Cashier. Surplus $100,000 Protect Yourself from loss by fire or theft by putting t jour money in the BANK We handle a:l sorts of accounts, either large or small. Special atten tion and consideration shown to all our lady custom rs. The Valley Bank E. J. Bennitt. President. I.h.yd B. Christy. Cashier. at & Messinger WORKS. Corner Second and Adams Sts. PHOENIX, ARIZ. PROMPT SERVICE. YOU TRIED Restaurant fst.Aie. and our cooking speaks for itself. You Must Stop FOR A WARM ROOM ANO A QUIET NIGHT'S REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA. ARIZONA. Madam Egbert Pinney Artistio Voics Culture. Operatic, Dramatio Experience. 347 N. 4th Ave. THE PALACE PRE3C0TT, ARIZONA ; Strictly on the European plan. Rooms J by the day. week or month. Flnesr I bar and club rooms In the Southwest BROW, SMITM & BELCHER I PROORIETORS. Cement Works Us. cement blocks for foundations. i fane posts, pisr caps, window sills and caps. Ranchers save money by dip ping your fa no. poets in aaphalt. M your rvof is leaking a coat of asphalt will mako it as good aa now. M. L. VIEUX, Box 192. H,I. AHs, McKanna 3Day Liquor Cure Co. 33-35 NORTH SECOND AVENUE 0 5 I I s