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bnlld and dmI some money, om and ea me; my rata are the lowMf. jj. k. Paatoe, HQ North Center Street. IZONA PUBLIC FOR SALE. New five-room brick cottage. Electric lights, gas bath, toilet. North 2nd Street, near Kill more. Ten per cent cash. Balance in payments like rent. K. E. Pascoe, 11 North Ciitter Street. KlCSIITKEliTII tfai:. 13 PAUIJS PHOIIX, ARIZONA, SATUK DAY 5IOKNFNG, FEKltUAKY t li)()S V! PAOEy VOL. XVIII. NO ri(J I THE AB KB AN THE SPECIAL MESSAGE A VITRIOLIC DOCUMENT After Recommending the President Took Up His Favorite Theme lie Has 3I;ule the Additional Discovery Jhat 3Ialefae tors ot (Jreat Wealth Are the Enemies of Organized Labor as Well as of Ilimsell. Washington, D. C. Jan. 31. There-ailing of the president's message to day concerning the em-1. vers' liabil ity act. the granting of injuncii 11s in labor cases, and other matters of a general nature, concerning corpora tions, was the chief feature of the sennt ' pro -e eeling- today. The nies .ae received careful att-ntion on the part of many senators on both sides of the o uiriil it. The s -nati ordered the printing of lO.neo c pies. The remain der of the day was devoted to routine business. Not .many of the members of the s nat" w r.- in their s-ais when the reading of the message was begun but most of them arrived before its con r'usion. As the m re vigorous por tions of it d. aling with the corpora tions wire read the s-'nators smiled. At the conclusion the applause was t tar, el on the democratic side by Mr. Davis rf Arkansas, who shout"d ihat it was the best ever delivered by a republican president, and moved the priming .f lo. 11(1:1 c p:es. RECEIVED IN THE HOUSE. Washington. Jan. 31. An unusual and aimo.-t un; re-;-ee:entid scene was na.ted in the house today as the re sult of the reading of the special mes asi by tile president urging legisla tion in matters in relation to' labor and capital and the corporations. The vigorous language if the message brought forth applause, first on the democratic sid- and then on the re publican, culminating in demonstra- ( tion liyi the entire bjdy. In anticipation of somethin;? out of the oidinary there was a very full at tendance e f members. Long after the iciclir.g h id been concluded it was al . most th" sole toj of cenversation among members on the floor and in the lobbies. The following is a synopsis of the me?sge: "The recent decision of the supreme court in regard to the employers' lia bility act the experience of the inter state commerce commission and of the department of justice in enforcing the anti-trust laws, and the gravely sig nificant altitude toward the law and its administration recently adopted by certain heads of great corporations lender it desirable that there shall be additional legislation as regards cer tain of the relations between labor and capita! and between the great corpora tions and the public. "The supreme court has decided the employers' liability law to be unconsti- tutional because its terms apply to em- . COSART" ON A TANK IS We are always busy because we do It GOSART PLUMBING COMPANY 28 to SO North Second Ave. Phoenix, Arizona- Phone Main 285. Rps. Main UO. AVe make those FAMOUS SANICHAS SUPREMUS SOFT CREAM CHOCOLATES. v We have daily shipments of CUT FLOWERS SANIOHAS BROS. Secure Positive Protection for Your Valuables One of tbe most Important a ct of prudence Is to place your alo ablea beyoid the reach of fire and theft. This protection can be obtained by renting a Safe Deposit Box -In our Fire end Burglar-Proof Vaults. We hare the only fully equipped Safety Deposit Vaults In thi city. 8 rectal rooms for customers. PHOENIX NATIONAL BANE PHOENIX, ARIZONA Tho Prescott National Bank, Fresccit, Ariz. Has earned a place on the "Roll of Honor" In the Nation al System, being numbered seven hundred and twenty. Capital paid in - $100,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits ' - - - 120,000 I am now located in the Old Reliable Jewelry Store at 33 West Washington St., next dcor to Valley Bank, and will re-establish the en-, viable reputation it enjoyed when conducted by Mr. Vantilburg. For reliable jewelry at reasonable prices. See N. Friedman, "aBU0,ri35wrt., Employers' Liability Lawfc ployers engaged in interstate com merce. Hy a constitutional majority the court holds that the congress has jmever to deal with the uestion in so far as interstate commerce is concern ed. I "As regards the employers' liability law, I advocate its immediate re-enact -ment, limiting its scope so that it shall apply only to the class as to which the 'court sas it can constitutionally ap ily. but strengthening its provisions within this scope. Interstate employ- , ment being thus covered bv an ade- ' ijuate national law. the field of inter-i stare employment will be left to the' action of the several states. With this clear .deliniticii of responsibility, the states will undoubtedly give to the per- formance of their duty within their j . field the consideration, the importance of the subject demands. I also very ' urgently advise that a comprehensive j act be passed providing for compensa- tion b.y the government to all employ- , s injured in the governmen service, j j I'nder the present law, an injured t j ttuiewii.in in lite eiiipio mem 01 tie i . government has no remedy, and the : f the entire burden of the accident the helpless man, his wife falls on and his voung children. This is an outrage. This is a matter of humiliation to the na.tion Niat there should not be on our statute books provisions to meet and partially to atone for cruel misfortune when it conies upon a man through no fault of his own while faithfully serv ing the public. In no oUicr prominent industrial country in the world could such injustice occur, for most all civil ized nations have enactel legislation embodying the complete recognization of the pri iciples whiii places the en tire trade risk for industrial accidents (excluding of course, ai-c:!cnta due to wilful misconduct, by the employe) oni the industrv as represented by the em- , rdover' which in this c ase is the eov- i : ment. In nil these countries, the nrin- ciple applies to the government just as much as to the private employers ' Under no circumstances should the in jured employe or bis surviving depend ents be required to bring suit against , the government, nor should it be he re puiremen! that in order to secure recov ery negligence in some form on the part of the government , should be shown. Our proposition is not to con ; fer a right upon the government em ploye but p secure him suitable pro 1 vision against Injuries received in the j course of his employment. The burden of the trade risks should be placed unon ihe government exactly as the working man is entitled to his wages. A GUAR-AN TEX right to he should be entitled to indemnity for the injuries sustained in the natur-' i al course of his labor. The rates of ' compensation and the regulations for ; ivs payment should be spe-cified in the law, and the machinery fur determining j the amount to be paid should in each ! case be provided in such manner that I the employe is properly represented without expense to him. In other words, I the compensa.t ion should be paid nuto- j maticully. while the application of the J law In the first instance should be , steel in the department of commerce j ind labor. The law should apply to afl ! laborers, mechanics and other civilian ! employes of the .government of' the i 1'nited Stales including those in the service of the Panama canal commis sion and of the insular government ; The same broad principle which shouldj j apply to the government should ulti ' mately be made applicable to all pri vate employers. Where the nation has the power it should enact laws to this effect. Where the states alone have the power they should enact the laws. It is to be observed that an employers' ! liability law does not really mean j mulcting the employers in damage suit. It merely throws uixn the employer j the burden of a eider! insurance against injuries which are sure to oc- I cur. I ii requires mm euner to Dear, or to distribute through insurance the loss which can readily be borne when dis tributed, but which, if undistributed, bears with frightful hardship upon tho unfortunate victim of accident. In theory if wakes weer always freely and fairly adjusted, they would always include an allowance as against the risk of injury, just as certainly as the rate of interest f,,r money includes an allowance lor insurance against the risk of loss. In thi ory !f employes were all experienced business, men. I they could employ, that par: of their! injury to secure . accident insurance, but as a matter of fact It is not rrac Scal to expect that this will be done by the great body of employes. An em- j plovers' liability law makes it certain that it will be done, i l effect, bv the , employer, ami it will intimately impose. "o real Duroen on nun The president then proceeds to other I relations pi-tween employer and cm !'Ve: taking up the subject of inju.nc I tions: Kven though it were possible. I should consider it most unwise to abolish the use of the process of in junction. It is necessary in order that the courts may maintain their own dig nity and in order that they may in effective manner check disorder : .d violence. The judge who uses it cau tiously and conservatively but who. when the need arises, uses it fearless ly, confers the grea'cNt service uoon our people and bis pie-eminent useful ness as a public servant should be heartily recognized. Hut there Is no question in my mind that it has some limes been used heedlessly and tin- 'luestionably and that some of the in- i Junctions issueu innict grave and oc- casional irreparable wrong upon thoe i enjoined. It is indefensible for n man to J oe enjoined from peacefully soliciting I others to join a labor union, or under any ordinary circumstances from with drawing from the service of an employ er, in a eeinfroversy arising in good (Continued on page 7) r A NOVE SIGHT SEEING TRIP AND OTHER IMPORTANT The first shipment of the most artistic and comprehensive series of seen anywhere in the world now on display at the COMMERCIAL HOTEL. Every Picture Artistically Framed These pictures are the wonderful panoramic views taken by F. M. Huddlcston for use as premiums with club susbscriptions to the ORCHAD AND FARM MAGAZINE and THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN at a cost of over $2,000. These great Panoramic pictures properly displayed and distributed locally as well as throughout the east wil! be the most effective advertisement this great valley has ever known. ' You are cordially invited to inspect same. v For information regarding rates, etc., see E. KOTHE or W. P. WHITNEY or apply at the office of THE REPUBLICAN. Largest & Nobbiest! j line of new and second hand Bicycles ever displayed in Phoenix at Phoenix Cycle Co., LANE BROS. &. WHITE. 22-26 W. Adams. Phone Red 524. Open Saturdays until 9 p.m. j ifc i' w y p 2 Fine Bargain Small Ranch, good house, best soil nice loca tion. HENRY & COSTLEY 15 N. 1st Ave. HAKRY THAW'S' THIRD TRIAL Begins to Seem More than a Possibility A Belief Last the Jury Was Divided. Niffht That Hopelessly New York, Jan. 31. After nearly twelve hours for the Jury in the Thaw case to report. Justice Dowling, shortly after 11 o'clock tonight, order ed the doors of the jury room locked for the night, and adjourned court un til Hi:,!il tomorrow, when he will hear any report they have to make. , Kumors persisted throughout the evening that the jurors were hopelyss- lv divided, cltrnt to fmir T .it t l..t,i i.i. k f .),,. ,i.,f use, expressed the belief that a majority of the jury favor a verdict of not guilty on the grounds of insan ity. When Littleton left for home he was still holieful that a decision would eventually be reached. Jerome said: "Nobody can tel! what the jury will do, so what is the use of speculating?" Tl.aw retired disconsolately to his cell in the Tenibs. He v pressed a fear that a third trial would be neces sary. This is tie- general opinion held by the court attaches. The attorneys are deeply disappointed by the trend of nil airs, as everyone hoped that some definite conclusion might this time be readied. Jerome would not discuss the p ssi 1 ility of a third trial, but he said that if there were one. it might be in some other jurisdiction in the state than New York count;-. CONTRACTOR S4NDERS0N ! A tHRIElY INDIVIDUAL' Further Lignt in His Huge Profits I From the Pennsylvania Capitol Deal. Ilarrisburg Pa. 'Jan. 31. More than ' $3.ii'mi.i;im was paid Contrac tor Sander- i son for furniture for the new state j c apitol before his bills began te be approved by the board of public ' grounds and buildings as required by law. This was brought out at the trial of Sanderson and othors today. These bills were put in evidence by the Commonwealth in spite of the vig orous objections of the defense, for orous objections of the defense, for the purpose of showing the system al- leged to be pursued to defraud the state. The admission of these bills opens the way for the introduction of certain other papers and numerous ar ticles of furniture to which reference is made in the indictment. SHOW PLACES IN AND AROUND PHOENIX AND THE RIVER VALLEY. Racyeles ahd bi cycle tires of all ' kinds. Many' arc taking advantage of the low priced bicycles now on sale. GriSWOlCl Sc COb The Bicycle Man. 34-36 W. Adam 8t RESTAURANT COMPLETLT FURNISHED iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniii FOR RENT inimiiiiiuiimiimiimimiumiiiniiiii APPLY TO W. J, KINGSBURY TEMPE, ARIZ.' j The Commonwealth brought from the capitol and stored in the court I house today a wagon load of furniture I which will be offered in evidence when the trial is resumed on Monday. This includes a boothlack stand, for which i Sanderson collected 1VC1!, from the ; state and paid Tly sub-contractor $12.r. The desks ami chairs upon which Sanderson's profits were $"ini and $4iu I per cent respectively. It was testified today h:it Smdi-r-i son's bills were received at the depart ment of grounds and buildings in one hutch, sometime in March lliuG,. and that they were withdrawn the follow ing day by Snyder. wIiik afterward fur nished the superintendent with a cer tified list. It was testified that San derson's invoices had been kept in a I private safe in Snyder's office, while the invoices under the general sched i ule were kept in the general filing cares of the department. The common waiting ' wealth showed warrants for the pay- ment of bills which were turned over by the warrant clerk to Snyder but all ; other warrants were mailed direc t by the clerk to the parties to whom they 1 were issued. ; ! SEVERE MEASURES FOR PORIUGESt PEACE The Agitators Against Public Order Being Deported From the Kingdom. Lisbon, Jan. 31. The minister of justice left today for Villa Vicns. to sec lire the signature of King Carlos to a decree authorizing the adoption of severs measures of recession. Such st -ps were considered necessary by the cabinet for the preservation of public order. One of the government organs, published at Lisbon today calls for the sternest measures and admits that nu merous arrests have been made and that depots of revolvers, rifles, bombs have, been discovered in different parts, of the c ity. Continuing the pa- per says that the- instigators of the re j cent abortive attempt at an uprising will be sent to the frontier and e- pellcd. OREGON'S GOVERNOR THREATENED WITH DEA1H He Can Save Himself by Releasing a Convict From the Penitentiary. i P inland, ore.. Jap. 31. A special to j the On gon'an from Troutdale, Ore- gun, s ates that (i'vernor George K. : Chamberlain has r. c'-ivi d an anony i r.ir.t:s letti r d man ling that John : Hranton le r. 1 used fr .m the Otegon (penitentiary and threatens, of the .' governor refuses, the fate if Governor ti:nenbrg of Idaho and former . Sheriff Harvey Brown of Baker City, ! Branton was sent to prison from Cottage Grove for attempting to kill ja man for his life insurance. A broth er of Branton wa hanged at Eagene i-ix years ago. Th;' governor is en I route to Hood dress. P.iver to deliver an ad- TO ROOSEVELT GREAT SALT immense panoramic pictures yer J Garden Truck AGAIN That in acres for sale that we told ymr about yesterday has proelucetl tomatoes in May. the earliest in the valley; a cucum ber we igh ins 2 pounds and 2 oun;:es. Come to my office anil I'll take you over to the Board of Trade and slmw it to you. It has produced nmskmi'lons. corn. cucumber.-!, tomatcs, peppers i and. as the owner says, water melons galore, be-sides f lowers of all kinds to delight the woman of tlie house'. W.J. MURPHY REAL ESTATE, Firs! Ave. and dams St TELEPHONE MAIN 1S4 INCIPLES DECLARED BY GOVERNOR HUGHES For he First Time the Country Knows Where the Candidate Stands jlfe Too Believes In National Honesty and Reform but Urges That it he Proceeded Upon Alter an Invest! I gat ion oi Needs. y N -w York. Jan. 2 1. Governor"! Hugh-s. whi.se nomination for the pre s;lenry is being urged by the New! York county committee and other! 'oiinty commiltc -s in tin- stat-. made hi oeu c.eeairaiion r Ins views on national Issues and principles tonight, t'ncil t-. night whin he was welcomed by scons of well kn wn republicans at a reception tendered him at the Re publican club, the g vernor had main tained silence on ali questions affec t ing tii.- country and the definition of his position on federal issues conse qtitnt'y ha 1 b en fag r'.y awaited. Thi- governor told his hearers to night that he did not con.e before j tin-m in any spirit of rivalry or self i s eking: that there were many repub- ' Kcans whi by virtue of their charac-i t r ; nd uit'n'juished s-rvices are . worthy of the highest honor the parK ! can bestow. D daring that the repub- f li-an party whs the party cf progress I and stability, the governor in his' speec h ci nimended the administration ' of President Uioseveit as oiu- which-' to a de gree alnc.st uniuirallelleil, has impressi-d the p ipul.ir imagination ' ; ml w m the confidence of the peopl,.. I The c ut-.try. he s-aid. was under last- ' .ng i litigation to Pres de-nt P. lose-.-c-lt for his vigorous oppi sitinn to abuses: for the strong impulse he had given o movements for their correction. Ihe g vernor tisse-rtej his unquali fi d rppo-sition to th? government! ownership of railn ais but said that ' the regulation cf interstate transpor- i jTHt AMERICAN ELEET IN MAGELLAN STRAIT ! The Squadron Came to Anchor Last j Night Near the Eastern Entrance. Punta Arenas. Jan. 31. The Amer ican fleet of sixteen battleships which ' entered the Strait of Magellan at two o'clock this afternoon tonight is at an- j chor in a bay twenty miles to the west- i ward of Dungeness Point, where the ' strait proper begins. The fleet was off I Dungeness Point, but it appeared scat- ; teied on account of the heavy fog ! which made the weather very thick at ' th ;' entrance of the strait. They as- j sembled again however, and entered the stil'it passing Dunge ness Point at ; 2 o'clock proceeding in single file. It : is thought that Admiral Evans decided to anchor the fleet for the night rather than take any risk, in navigating the first and second narrows between the 1 bay and Punta Arenas. The Chilean government tender Canez carrying lo- j c at government officials and others who are here to greet the Ajnericans will meet the fleet off Magdalena Is . land. Sveral private steamers are ; preparing to carry excursionists out t" 1 meet the battleships. There is much ; excitement among the inhabitants of. : the littl city, the most southerly on ! the globe. The British cruiser Sappho, has arrived and will remain during the ; stay of the fleet. PHOENIX ACADEMY AND BUSINESS COLLEGE. Cor. 5th Ave. and Adams St. The best Commercial Course. The best systems. The best training. D. H. BURTIS PLUMBING AND TINNING WELLS DRILLED AND CASED 15 East Washington St. 1 wrxn t-aJ-i-JJ xemru.w DON'T CUT YOUR -TOE OFF AVhon one of your tors begin to bother you like sin from a corn e r a bunion, did it ever occur to you that the Indians are a deal bi tter off than we white people? or maybe you didn't think of the Imli.in at all. but merely wished that you coul.I cut i ff your foot and go one'-h-ggeil. Now the reason an Indian never has a ceern or a bunion is because he wears moccasins inste'ad of hard shoes. Moccasins may not b; pr.-tty to look at, but we civilized be ings can at K-ajst wear them in the priv acy of our own homes. We don't care how we look then. N'it that I will grant that moccasins are not pretty. I think they are more sen sible and decent looking by !ds than some of the hlgh-fangh-d shoes that emerge from the modern factory. About one-third of tho, average man or woman's waking hours are spent In the home. So, granting ycur contention that it would not be- . exactly according to the latest modes to wear Indian moccasins in public, I -still can show you they are w.mh while for heme use. You probably have a habit of hunting up u pair of slippers when you get home at night. Xine o;'t of ten slippers are. about as uncom fnrtable as street shoes, it it is comf rt you seek, why not go the limit and obtain real comfort by investing a small sum in a pair of gi-n-uine Indian moccasins. Your foot troubles would end. R. L. BME U. S. Indian Trader Proprietor of the Big Curio tation is e-s-nCa! to pr. twt th p-..-pl from uniu.-t discrimin.it ion. As ; means of railroa ! sup-Tvi-ion th.- -e.nir susg -sted an adm nistrativ beard ami he de-clnre-.l tkat the Slier man an'i-trust ae-t sho;:l.l be clarifi.l and made more explicit: that the la c should be- ma le stronger anel . ff.-jtiy by b.-ing made more ciefinite. -I :1 , rot for the punishment in th- simp of fines upon cor; orations exempt f r minor off.fises. The burden of th fines imposed on such corporations is ith r transferred to tic- pubpc ..r b erne bv th- stockholders." declared the governor. A re vision of the tariff was a-lv's.-1 by th- govern r. who sugM-s-t-.l tha' a readjustment of schedules be .-rf.-e-f-fd by an expert commission, si that the facts may be ascertain.il wit ho it cle'ay and that congress may dispose of the matter in the ftir.-.-t p- ssil.ie manner. The governor ilee-'ar-d that le did r.ot beii- ve i i arb.tr cry actt ri and t'-.at the nth? of the pe.pl.- niu-i be the r lb- of reason. "We must ! patient and impartial, aril a thorough investigation mu-t I re-cede a tion. C, ,od wiil mast elis I I ice ,i'!(in and the sole m -tiv.-muM b- to seek the truth an.l .!.. right." !-a:d Governor Hugh. s. Toe Ve-eh was frequently punctuated bv iip;.lause and ch-ers from the large tath'ring of club rn mbers and gues:s who st oel pickeil in an imm vabi b.niy cn the floor of the hall for oy r an he.ur. RAILWAY VAR ENDED. The Chicago Company Takes Control of Union Traction. Chicago. Jan. 31. The sale hy Mas ter in Chancery of the proper'ies con stituting the Cnion Tract 'o" sys tem, to the Chicago Ry. company, on Saturday was confirmed by Judir Grosscup today. Bv the confirmation and a lease executed yesterday, the railway company g. ts title to all prop erty ad th railway traction war that has been going on for ten years is closed. :il!liiillUiJ13mill!!!lillliII!il!ll!Iln 1 CATTLE RANGE ! I FOR SALE I j In the focthills; plenty of water; S S 40 acres fenced with Page wire. 10 Acres in Alfalfa - j j S IS Present owner has made enough to retire upon. DWIGfiT B. BEARD S Corner Center and Adams, city. 2 ?i!:uiiiiiiii!tii!iii:iiiii;i;iii!iiiiiiH!iit" Phoenix. as Store on West Adams St.