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FOR SALE. New five-room brick cottage. . Electric lights, gas. bath, toilet. North 2nd Street, near Fill more. Ten per cent cash, Balance in payments like rent. E. E. Pascoe, 110 North Center Street. MONEY TO LOAN. If yon want to build and nd some money, come and ee me; my ri'.n are the lowest. . B. Paaaoe, 110 North Canter Street. EIGHTEENTH l 'Alt. lO PAGES PHOENIX, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, FEIiiiUAKY 7 1UOS lO PAGES VOL. XVIII. NO 270 THE ABI ZONA ICAN PORTUGUESE CONDITIONS RESTORING THEMSELVES All That Was Necessary Was to Remove the Harshness of the Dictatorship The Flight ot the Former Premier Inspired hy Threats Against His Life The Scereey ot His Departure From Lisbon. Lisbon, Feb. 6. The new govern- ment's program or absence of program from a political standpoint was enun ciated today by Premier Ferreira de Amaral in a declaration that he intend ed to enforce a respect for laws and public order for which present legisla tion is amply efficient. Nothing ap parently could be simpler than his plan for restoring normal conditions. Thg government in making this appeal to the country to obey the laws, sets an example by removing as far as possi- i1,? :. which hastily entered a car ble all traces of .the exceptional regime ri:'P? a"l drove rapidly away. They of Franco, bv annulling the powers went directly to the hotel, where the contained in the hands of the cabinet. I former premier secluded himself in a restoring the lilerty of the press and , private apartment. A cordon of de- parliamentary immunity, revoking .the ; municipal boards appoin ted bv the ! former premier and abolishing the ex- ' ceptional powers conferred on police tribunals. It does not grant amnesty but po- litioil prisoners may go before the I tering. tie seem line a man in great courts to be tried in accordance wtth!l"tar- law. Elections will be held as soon ! A Madrid newspaper stated that the as possible and the people w ill make j journey was "really a flight protected response. ' tne police." Franco and his party The flight of Franco from Lisbon to I drove from the hotel to the station Madrid is confirmed. Franco's minis- I this afternoon and embarked on the ter of finance, Senhor Carvalhoe has also left Portugal. It is reported that the former minister of justice in Franco's cabinet. Dr. Abreu has fled the country as well. When three deputies who had been incarcerated in different prisons were released today there was no attempt in any way to make a demonstration. The secret and sudden "light of Franco from Lisbon across the frontier into Spain accompanied by his wife and son was caused by threats of death which had been made against him, since the murder of ;Uie king. Franco had been inreceipt of many let ters all threatening vengeance. Al ready Franco as dictator had been plotted against and gone about pro- u-cted bv armed guards who also j watched his house of late. Then there was t ,1,W onmff of those who'"" I'ouu.i nic.unes ice icr. i.-ie held Franco responsible indirectly at least, for the tragedy of Saturday. A MAN IN GREAT FEAR. The Appearance of Franco When He A-riveH af Madrid. Madrid, Feb. 6. Franco arrived to day from Lisbon. He was accompan ied by his wife and son a"d one of his intimate friends, Senor Novotas. i He is doing all possible to preserve the strictest incognito. So far as is known he received no one at the hotel where he stopped, with the exception of the Portuguese minister to Spain ' and the civil governor of Madrid. Few- persons saw Franco when he arrived j and scarcely any one recognied him. ! The moment the train stopped he hur- riedly stepped down with his over coat collar turned up and his hat pull ed over his face and seeking to es cape possible identification. Word bad privately reached the rail mad authorities that Franco was a "GOSART" ON A TANK IS A GUARANTEE We are always busy because we do It right GOSART PLUMBING COMPANY 28 to 30 North Second Ave, Phone Main 2 86. AVe make those FAMOUS SANICHAS SUPREMUS SOFT CREAM CHOCOLATES. 'We have daily shipments of CUT FLOWERS SANICHAS BROS. Secure Positive Protection for Your Valuables One of the most Important a cts of prudence la to place your valu ables bey old the reach of fire and theft. This protection can be obtained by renting a Sate Deposit Box tn our Fire and Burglar-Proof Vaults. We hare the only fully equipped Safety Deposit Vaulta In thl city. Special rooms for customer!. PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK PHOENIX, ARIZONA The Prescott National Bank, Prescoit, Ariz. Has earned a placo on the "Roll of Honor" in the Nation al System, being numbered seven hundred and twenty. Capital paid in - - - - - $100,000 Surplus and Undivided Proms - 120,000 DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST. SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES ON WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. N. FRIEDMAN passenger and they immediately ar- ranged an effective though unobtrusive police detail at the station. On the ar rival of the train Franco quickly de scended and held out his hand to aid his wife. As he turned it could be seen that his face was drawn and care worn. His air was one of depression and litter weariness. He peeped up and down the platform distrustfully, and almost fearfull:'. 1 The police drew up on either side of l" ' was ai once mroun arounu the hotel. An ot'.ic ial who watched Franco a long time described his ap- pearance in tne following words: H. looks 111, dreadfully ill. His face is I lined and pailid and shows great suf- "south exiness." It is understood that his destination is Paris, "where he is due on Friday nitrht." A LONG SEA JOURNEY FOR SUBMARINE BOATS Flotilla of Three Leave New York for an Unknown Destination. New York. Feb. fi. Three submarine boats of ihe United Stati s navy, "con voyed by the converted yacht Hist, leu lr' -st A lau ' s ald to bo the longest trip ever mo bv submarines in the open sea. flotilla includes the Tarrantula and the Cuttlefish. Their ultimate destination was nut made public but they arc expected to call at Delaware Breakwater and Hampton Roads, after which they will proceed to some point farther south, where In warm waters they will engage in prac tice drilL Lieutenant " Courtney is in com mand of the flotilla. The Hist will accompany the boats, carrying sup- plies. At a suitable point the subma- rines Aiill be put through a sever test, following the maneuvers likely to be rei.-uired in time of war. PUBLIC PRINTER REDUCING EX- PENSES. Washington, Feb. 6. Acting Public Printer Rossiter to-day notified Pres ident Roosevelt that he had suspended the contract with the Audit System Company on the eround of its exces sive expense. He has given the com pany six days' notice of the suspen sion. Jfl-.ifl Phoenix, Arizona. Res. Main 220. Manufacturing Jeweler Removed to 33 W. Washington Street. NEW YORK MERCHANTS. Much in Opposition to the Currency Measure. Aldrich New York. Feb. 6. The Merchants' Association of New York, representing the wholesale and' r, tail commercial interests of the city, today announced its intention to oppose the-Aldrich fi nancial bill. In announcing this de cision I'r sident Clan-iu-e Whitman said the association had mt commit ted itself to any substitute currency measure?. SIR HARRY MACLEAN FREE. Tangier. Feb. 6. Caid Sir JInrry Ma'leun, commander of the sultan's bodyguard and next to the sultan the most influential man in Morocco, has arrived here under an escort from liandit Itaisuli. who Jiad him in bond age s?ven months. MRS. M'DONALD'S MURDER TRIAL. Chicago, Feb. 6. The defense in the trial of Mrs. Nora McDonald for the murder of Artist Webster Guerin un expectedly closed its case early in the afternoon. Judge Brentano granted a delay until tomorrow. ABE RUEF SEES AVENUE OF ESCAPE If It Is Open to Him It Will Be Open to All Indicted in Connection With the Trolly Franchise. San Francisco, Feb. 6. On the ground that the defendant had never been arraigned and that a true copy of the indictment had not been served upon him Uuef through his attorneys this afternoon objected to further pro ceedings in his trial on No. 823 of four teen I'nited Railroads trolley indict ments charging him with bribery. It was moved that the pretended and al leged arraignment be nullified by the c ourt and that the defendant be legally arraigned. Ituef commenced by discovering an alleged fatal omission in the copy of the indictment delivered him. The copy omitted to state that Ruef had bribed the supervisors "with intent to corrupt them." as contained In the original. Ruef in a lengthy affidavit declared that he did not make the dis covery until February 1st when he de manded and first saw the origin-l. On the request of Assistant District Attorney O'Uara, Judge Lawler con tinued the matter until tomorrow to give the prosecution an opportunity to make a counter showing. Should the court sustain -the contention of Jluef. ;t would not only nullify all the ar raignments and plea.s of Ruef on the fourteen trolley indictments, but would similarly affect Calhoun, Mullally, Ford, AbbcV.t and Scumitz, supposing the same omission is contained in the copies served upon them. It would enable Ruef and the other defendant to repeat all the tedious technical ob jections and the filing of motions and demurrers to the indictments which al ready have been disposed of. T wr w l Magnetic eastern speaking Ticras ! ! ! i THE COMPLETE SERIES OF SALT RIVER VALLEY PANORAMIC VIEWS NOW HERE. A most picturesque and diversified sight seeing trip from Phoenix and vicinity to Roosevelt Dam and return. --EVERY PICTURE ARTISTICALLY FRAMED- Two complete series of twenty-eight (28) different views of the show places of the Great Salt River Val ley now on display at the Adams and Commercial Hotels. Any of these panoramas given away with ORCHARD AND FARM MAGAZINE and THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN subscriptions. Every business place In the valley should have a set on display. These pictures speak worlds for our valley and should be distributed to influential sources throughout the world. For Information regarding rates, etc., see E. Kothe, Wesley A. Hill or W. P. Whitney, or apply at the office of The Re-publican. ' I Largest ANobMesl! 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. A client of ours Must Sell 4 lots at what we can get in the next few days. See us eiulck. il HENRY & COSTLEY 15 N. 1st Ave. BALL OPENS IN FLORIDA Two Sets of Delegates to Republican Convention Oflice Holders and Other Conventions Held In the Same Hall. St. Augustine. Fla.. Feb. 6. Florida republicans stand conspicuously In the j limelight today as being the first to j hold a convention to select deelgates I to the national convention and it is ! said that the strenuous anil exciting scenes enacted today are a forecast of , similar scenes in other southern states j caused by efforts being made by the anti-Roosevelt Republicans for the control of the national conventions. Two conventions were really con vened at the same time in the same hall. The progress of business was frequently interrupted by knockdown and dragotit fights. The officeholders' faction wassailed to order by the chairman of the state committee. j They proclaimed themselves the regu j lar party, but they did not succeed In carrying out their program, the senti i ment being loo strong for the leaders j to hold in W heck. Resolutions were ' adopted endorsing Tuft for the pres- ielcncy. ; ( in the other side of the hall, the contesting convention took conserva tive action and chose delegates un tranimeled by instructions, positive as surance being given by Joseph N. , Stripling, who led the movement, that j despite the fact that they were brand ed as. bolters. the delegates they named Would be seated in the nation;- convention. . The officeholders adopted resolu tions approving the Roosevelt admin istration and the conservative man ner in which he has carried out his pedicles. They instructed their dele gates to support the president's pedi cles and a candidate who is in sym pathy then proceeded to name Taft as such candidate. The anti-Taft convention adopted resolutions condemning in strong terms attempts to influence and control by the use of federal patronage the selec tion of delegates ito the convention. In the interest of any presidential candi date. The office holders elected as dele gates J. N. Coombs, member of the national committee from Florida; Joseph E. Lee, colored, collector of In ternal revenues; Henry S. Chubb re ceiver of the land office at Gainesville; M. B. MacFarland, collector of customs at Tampa ar"l four alternates. The anti-Yafi convention elected as delegates, Joseph N. Stripling, former United States attorney; O. D. Hazzard, J. H. Dickerson and H. R. Robinson, . rn See list on page 10. . Racycles and bi cycle tires of all kinds. Many arc taking advantage of the low priced bicycles now on sale. Griswold & Co. The Bicycle Man. 84-36 W. Adame 8t. RESTAURANT COfMETLY FURNISKEO 'II3IIEIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIII1ISIIEIIIII1IIII1II1 FOR RENT iiiuuiiiiimmiimimimiimmmimiii APPLY TO W. J. KINGSBURY TEMPE, ARIZ. 9e A A.... ; A the two latter colored, and four alter nates. The city marshal and a dozen policemen on duty at" the hall were fre quently called upon to eject unruly delegates. Nine-tenths of both con ventions were negroes. The Taft con vention had a complete delegation from each county aggregating 177. In th opposition convention there were" two or three counties riHL represented but U. delegates participated. THE SCIAL SEASON Is at Its Height in Punta Arenas. Punta Arenas, Feb. 6. The social gaieties in connection with the fleet continues unabated. Dinners, danc ing, excursions and receptions follow one another. The Americans are try ing to repay the hospitality of their Chilean hosts and the Chileans are striving constantly to put the visitors further in debt. The departure of the fleet was de layed until tomorrow to give the Am ericans a chance to repay. The health of Admiral Evans, who is suffering with rheumatism, is improving. The torpedo flotilla will accompany the battleships through the straits as far as Cape Pilar at the west end from which point the smaller vessels will take the inside passage north. IHE RELEASE OF 1 HAW WILL BE AUTOMATIC If the Asylum Authorities Should Find After Observation That He Is Sane. Matteawan, N. Y.. Feb. 6. Dr. Lamb, superintendent of the hospital for criminal Insane, said to-day that if after 3o dais or so it is his belief that Thaw la sane, it will be within the province of the hospital authorities to certif.- to the court and recommend his release. A commission In lunacy or other proceedings will not be nec essary, he declared. The physicians are not making observations of Thaw yet, as they feel that he has not re covered from the excitement caused by the trial. He is considered a model prisoner by the physicians. That there is friction among Thaw's counsel over the question whether to attempt to have him . released is de nied. It is said that Evelyn Thaw has become re-conciled to Thaw remaining in the hospital for the present. It is said to be unlikely that members of Thaw's family will visit him frequent ly at Mattea-.van. POSITION OF MINE WORKERS Indianapolis, Feb. 6. John Mitchell stated today that -there was no founda tion for the rumor of a movement started by the mine workers' organi galion to indorse the candidacy of any candidate for president. The members are interested in the election of offi cials favorable to the interests of labor. Therefore1 they -will oppose the candi elacy of aspirants for political honors who are known to be unsympathetic or antagonistic to the labor mejve ment." m i J Less Than 1 Ct. per day per acre will rent 70 acres of choicest farm land, with a 5-room frame house. In geod conjtdion. Located near Glendale. Soil is that rich Loess, known as Cave Creek Wash. A man who has the stock and tools can put in a combination of grain, alfal fa and, say, 20 acres in cante loupes, and make a profitable crop. Plenty of water. I can show you the land today. W. J. 1URPHY REAL ESTATE, First Ave. and Adams St TELEPHONE MAIN 194 LOWER HOUSE BUSINESS OF Having Finished for the Time the Discus sion of the President's Message t The Administration's Naval Program is Rejec ted by the Committee Though the Democratic Members of the House Will Flock to Its Assistance. Washington. D. C, Feb. 6. Politi cal speech making came to an end in the house today and the actual con sideration of the Indian appropriation bill was resumed. A bitter fight was waged on the proposition to abolish non-reservation schools. The subje-ct was discussed throughout the afternoon. The ques tion was raised by the offering ef an amendment by Delegate Smith of Ari zona to restrain the appropriation for collecting , and transporting Indian children from schools to states in which they live. Mr. Smith believed, he said, in the principle that the Indians should be educated, not with a view of helping himself but of helping his people. He charged that In many cases where the Indians had gone back to the reserva tion from non-reservation schools they be-c-ame the worst Indians of all. On a viva voce vote the amendment was lost. Congressman Clayton cf Alabama, spoke .on the president's recent message and held up the republicans as being divided into two factions, the -Reactionaries and the White House Cuckoos." Tbe message he charged was an' indictment" against the Republican party for dereliction and incompetency. The consideration f the Indian aoorooriatlon ttill was j not concludeel whi-n the house at 5:02 p. m. adjourned. Representative- Hayes of California introduced a bill today authorizing the participation by the United Slates in an internalional exposition at To Mo and appropriating a sum to be ex pended not to exctvd $35o.0ti0. THE SENATE. Washington, Feb. 6. A resedution j was introduced ti-clay by Senator Hey- ; burn calling upon the president to furnish information concerning the Northern Pacific railroad company's alleged negotiations in taking ever the property of the Great Northern and placing a value on it at a figure many millions in exce. s of the actual cost. The president was requested to inform the senate whetner an investi gation of the holdings of the ceimpany hael been made. Senatof Re-wwidge introduced a res e lution today declaring "that the tar iff should provide for maximum and minimum rates of-duty. the first to ap ply to all countries that will not grant this country special advantages in their markets, the secend to apply to all countries that will grant special commercial advantages." Both the maximum and minimum rates are re- j principles of protection. I NAVAL ESTIMATES DIVIDED. j It is Given Out That Only Half Asked ; For Will Be Allowed. ' Washington. Feb. 6. Though the I house committee on f.aval affairs has taken no vote on the subject, there is exceucm aumoniy ior preaicung mat it will recommend an appropriation PHOENIX ACADEMY AND BUSINESS COLLEGE. Cor. 6th Ave. and Adams SL 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 How Do I Know?! Men usually get pretty much what they work for. I don't mean by this that some men never get a thing they don't work for. There are instance-s when a fellow gets "it in the neck." Of course a man never works for that. But if a man wants any kind of knowledge bad eneiugh to work for It he stands a pretty good chance to get it. In other words "human accomplishme-nt is measured by human desire." Xow it became a desire of mine early In life to learn about the American Indian. It was my ambition to know all the details of the Indian nature and what the Indian's eductions and ambitions were. It was therefore natural that I should go out among the Indians and learn from them, instead of taking the say so of the story books. And, by the way. there is a deuced let of difference between what the story books tell and what really Is. It was in this study of the Indians, and the Xavajos particularly, that I came to learn about Navajo rugs and blankets. It was in this manner that I came to know a grfod and genuine Indian product from one that was a fake. That's the reason I have no "fake'" Indian goods In my store. You know that. R. RBI KF U- S. Indian Trader Proprietor of the Big Curio RESUMES LAW MAKING f r the building of two instead of four battleships, as urged by President Roosevelt and Secretary Metcalf. with the certainty of a heavy deficit and tbe prospect of a decreased revenue during- the next fiscal year and the gnneral tendency on the part e,f the republicans in the house to hold down expenses, it is evident that the naval ccmmittee feels It will be wiser ti prune In the committee than to rec oinmend measures of exemliture which will probably be voted down on the floor. It is likely, however, that the com mittee will recommend an appropriar tion to cover tr.e reception into the navy of at 1-nst 3,0imi of the additional 6. (mo men askeil for by the secretary of the navy t man the new battle ships. New Hampshire, Idaho. Missis sippi, and the new cruisers. North Carolina and Montana, soon to go into commission. The navy is now 8ml men short cf its ne eds. It is assured that the impending proposal to cut down the battleship appn pridtion will be met by a firm resistance on the part of the Demo crats. So earnest is the president's desire that four battleships be provided for at this session that today he sent for five members of the committee. They went to the White House anil were closeted with the president some time discussing the situation. There is no difference of opinion as to the neetl of a larger navy, but the best means of meeting the prospective opposition to the four ship appropriatiems was canvassed. JAPANESE CAUGHT. Supplying Arms to the Chinese Revo lutionists. Hong Kong. Feb. 6. Chinese impe rial customs officials this afternoon seized a Japanese steamer near Macar which vs landing arms on Chinese territory. It Is alleged th:it the arms were intended for revo'utionists under T . i . e . , . t i i . m . i. revolutionary puny in I nina. iiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiuiiiuiiumiimns FOR- 1 $30 Per Acre 1 BELOW its real value, today we can sell you 160 acres of 'well improved land Northwest of Phoenix. I DW1GHT B. HEARD S Corner Center and Adams, city. 5iitiumuiiuiiMummiKiuii:iuiuiiui:i? Phoenix. Store on West Adams St.