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FOR SALE. New five-room, brick cottage. Electric lights, gas. bath, toilet. North 2nd Stre, near Fill more. Ten per cent cash. Balance In payments like rent. E. K. Pascoe, 110 North Center Street MONEY TO LOAN. If you want to build and need same money, ton and aee me; my rates are the lowest. JL JC. Faaeoe, no Norta OnUr Street ElfiTlTKENTlI TEA II. 1 IWGES PHOENIX, AUfZONA, TUESDAY MORNNO, EEJiUUAIJY II I DOS HI PA (its VOL.. XVIII. NO Z14 THE mum REPLIES TO PRESIDENT'S DENIAL He Produces Correspondence In a Gase Where Federal Patronage Figured lie Declared There Were Jfot Fewer Than a Hundred Appointments In Ohio Made ler Political 1'urposcs Only. Washington, Feb. 1" Rising to a question of personal privilege Mr. For aker today replied in the senate to a denial by President Roosevelt of the charges that lie had used federal pat ronage for the purpose of influencing the republican national contest. The senator predicated his argument by a reference to the Ohio situation on the letter of President Roosevelt to William Dudley Foulke. which was published today. He produced corre spondence relating to the appointment of Charles H. Bryson. whose nomina tion as postmaster at Athens. Ohio, was withheld temporarily for the al leged reasons that Bryson had given an interview in Washington express ing the opinion that Tc'ft was losing ground in the Ohio contest. The cor respondence showed thet Bryson had stood his ground and that his declara tion of political independence had re sulted in another order from the White House making the appointment. The communications or. the subject were between Representative Douglas of Ohio and Bryson. In a very temperate manner Mr. Foraker commented on the case, but insisted that the records clearly show ed an attempt to coerce Bryson and that his fearless stand had been re sponsible for his retention by the president. The senator said it was no exaggeration to say that there were a hundred cases in Ohio where appoint ments had been made for political pur poses only, but that there were few where documentary evidence could be pr iduced. THE ALDRICH BILL. Its Author Opens the Discussion in the Senate. Washington. Feb. 10. Senator Al drich of Rhode Island, chairman of the committee on finance, opened the de bate in the senate on his bill to pro vide an emergency currency. He was listened to with great attention by the republicans and democrats alike, while 'in the galleries there was a large au dience, among others J. Pierpont Mor gan, who remained through the deliv ery of the speech. During tiie day Senator Foraker made a reply to the president's statement concerning the use of the appointing power for polit ical purposes. Senator Depew defend ed the course of the secretary of the treasury in depositing public funds in New York banks. REVOLT AGAINST BRYAN. New Jersey Congressman Calls Out Democratic Hisses. Washington. Feb. 1'). A brief but fiery speec h by Mr. Leak of New Jer sey in which he outlined his opposi tion to Bryan as a candidate for the presidency relieved somewhat the monotony of the debate on the Indian appropriation bill in the house today. Mr. Leak charged Bryan with taking "GOSART" ON A TANK IS A GUAR. AN TEE We are always busy because we do It right. GOSART PLUMBING COMPANY 28 to 30 North Second Ave. Phoenix, Arizona. Phone Main 28S. Res. Main 30. CARNATIONS AND VIOLETS RECEIVED DAILY. SANICHAS Secure Positive Protection for Your ' Valuables One of the most Important acts of prudence is to place your valu ables beyoid the reach of fire and theft. This protection can be obtained by renting a Safe Deposit Box In our Fire and Burglar-Proof Vaults. We have the only fully . equipped Safety Deposit Vaults In this city. Special rooms for customers. , ' ' TT v - i-t" ? 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Considerable progress was made with the Indian bill, which was amend ed so that the commissioner of In dian affairs before he carries out his policy of abandoning non-reservation schools shall investigate the question fully and report to the house at the next session. Another amendment re stored the appropriations for the In dian sc hools at Fort Lewis, Colo., and Carson. Xi v. The consideration of the bill was not concluded when tiie house adjourned. THE NAVAL BILL. i ne mumoer or Daitiesnips neaucea From Four to Two. J Washington, Feb. 10. By a vote of i 13 to 3. one member absent, the house committee on naval affairs today re- j jeeted the president's urgent recom- : mendation that congress at this session 1 fci L r-.i.i i- rt I authorize the building of four battle ships at a total cost of S3S.0on.nuu, and by unanimous vete included an author ization for the construction of two at a cost of ?t.",oo,(iiio each, to be of the relaware type. Representative Hob son, democrat, announced after the committee meeting that he int-'n led to make a minority report recommending an authorization for four battleships. The pre fere ;ue of the committee stood in favor of the four hattluship author ization, but the voting attitude of the majority was expressed by Mr. Foss. of Illinois, the chairman of the com mittee, when he said: "Experience has shown that it is :noe profitable in the I end t" recommend in the beginning what you know the house will stand for. A recommendation for four could nm be put through at this session." Tiie naval Appropriation bill, as amended and agreed to by the commit tee carries a total appropriation of Jll.'iii0.f for the navy establish ment for the next fiscal year, but it is SJl.oon.ooo less than was askeci in the department estimates. I'nder tiie head of new authoriza tions for whose fulfillment congress is bound to appropriate money at the next session if the bill passes the house and senate, the committee in cluded two battleships, S19.000 OfiO; ten destroyers. JS.r.oo.oOo; eight submarine torpedo boats. J...04o.oen; total, iift. 540,000 r f3S.T30.lioo less than the total asked for by the navy department. The committee, however, raised from four to eight the number of submar ine torpedo boats asked for and held over for further consideration the mat ter providing fleet colliers. It appro priated J400.000 for the purchase with in the discretion of the secretary of the navy of three so-called subsurface EAT FAMOUS 3ANICHAS SUPREMUS SOFT CREAM CHOCOLATES. BROS. iP3 Manufacturing Jeweler Removed to 33 W. Washington Street. V torpedo boats, their acceptance by the government to be contingent upon the fulfillment of department requirements, and included an appropriation of $1. ooo.ooo to enable the recruiting of rtoiX) additional enlisted men to man the newly completed battleships, and au tln rized the recruiting of 3(100 more to become available after the tlrst of July. No provision was made for building a dry dock at Pearl Harbor, Honolulu. RURAL DELIVERY PARCEL POST. Washington. Feb. 10. Senator Burn ham of New Hampshire to day intro duced in congress a measure of import ance to the rural inteersts of the I'li ited States. It provides for a rural de livery parcels post for merchandise and othwr articles actually mailed on rural delivery routes. It has the endorsement of President Roosevelt and , Postmaster General Meyer. THE EXPLODED TUBES OF A BANLESHIP The St. Louis Recently Repaired to Join Admiral Evans' Fleet Again Laid Up. ' Valejo, Cal., Feb. 10. The boiler tubes of the cruiser St. Louis blew out at noon today while the vessel was off Sausalito. E. E. Scott, a coal passer: F. T.hompson, water tender; E. W. Baker, fireman, and D. Lewis, fire man, were horribly scalded with steam. The news was conveyed to Mare Is land by wireless telegrapn and a yard tug with stretchers, four nurses, sur geons and the hospital steward rushed to the cruiser and brought the injured to the naval hospital. The origin of the explosion is not known, but it is supposed to have been caused by cold water running in hot pipes. It is not believed any of the injured .will die. A rigid Investigation is under way. A report was sent to Washington. The St. Louis left the yard last week after extensive repairs and anchored before proceeding to Magdalena Bay for target practice. THE MEXICAN PLOT If RS LOSE ANOTHER POINT Pending an Aopeal Court They Will Angeles. to the Highest Remain in Los Pan Francisco, Feb. 10. Circuit Judge Ross today disallowed the ap peal of the three Mexican plotters from a refusal to grant their petition for a writ of habeas corpus. Their at torney. Job Harriman. stated that he would take an appeal to the I'nited States supreme court from the circuit court at Los Angeles. He hopes, for a more favorable action. I'ntil the matter of granting or dis allowing the apiK-al is se ttled Ramon Florcs Magon. Antonio Villareal and Librado Rivieria will remain in cus tody at Los Angeles, where they have been in jail since last August for an alleged violation of neutrality with Mexico' by plotting to raise an armed force in this country to move against President Diaz's government. PERFUNCTORY AFFAIR. In Only Two Counties Will There be Opoosition to the Taft Delegates. Columbus. Feb. 10. The primaries for the. selection of the delegates to th- republican state convention which will meet' on March 3rd. will be held tomorrow between I ;nd 7 i. m. in fifty-two of the eighty-eight counties. The primaries will be merely a formal ity, no actual voting to be done. In these counties there is but ene list of delegates. There will be voting in the remaining, thirty-six counties be-eause of local po litical conditions anil in only two of these will there be active opposition to the endorsement of Taft for the pres idency. These counties are Knox, whe re seven Forake r men are running as independents, and Cuyahoga, where the Foraker people have a complete! list of de le gate's. ' ! Large Shipment I of Fisk and Hartford Tires just re ceived. These? makes have stood the TEST and show they are the RtiST. ! We GUARANTEE our wor'-. and goods. Phoenix Cycle Co,, LANE BROS. & WHITE. 22-26 W. Adams. Phone Red 524. ! Open Saturdays until 9 p.m. ipea i ii cjpxuMWBgwg. 1 1 mim mil i 1 A client of ours 1 Must Sell 4 lots at what we can get in the next few days. See us quick. HENRY & COSTLEY 15 N. 1st Ave. I THE TRAGEDY'S LAST SCENE The Laying Away of the Portuguese Dead The Ceremony Itself Was Almost Productive of a (ireat Disaster. Lisbon, Feb. 10. The bodies of King Carlos and the crown prince today were laid away beside their royal ancestors in the sac-red sepulchre of the pan theon. The official closing of one of the most tragical incidents in Portu guese history was attended by a scene which almost developed a disaster. Great crowds, numbering thousands, struggled outside the cathedral seeking to enter and view the bodies before the doors finally closed for he ceremony. Brushing back the police and the guard of royal arc hers, the crowd poured into the church, sweeping everything be fore them. A panic was threatened and the cav alry was called out to disprese the pushing thousands. Women and children were caught in the crush and many were bruised and trampled upon, but no fatalities have been reported. When the doors were eventually closed on the public the ceremony of entombment begun. All the ministers of state were present. The Patriarch of Lisbon, wearing the pontifical vest ments, assisted by other nigh church officials, blessed the sacrament, and the cathedral and palace choirs chant ed "Libera Me," and to the Intoning of "IK- Pre fundls" the coffin of the crown prince- was transported between double ranks ef archers, preceded by a long procession. Including mace bearers, acolytes and grand dignita ries of the palace. In a similar man ner the body of the king was borne to the tomb. ' After absolution had been given and the chanting of the "Benedictus" the grand chamberlain solemnly swore that the bodies were those of "Our be loved king, his most faithful majesty. Dom Carlos I, king of Portugal, and our prince-, Dom Luis Philippe. Duke of Bruganza." Official documents were drawn up. sinned and the key of each coffin was given to the patriach of Lisbon. When the coffins were placed in their tombs -the cortege separated and the pantheon was close d. BABY JOHN TALKfD HIS MOTHER INTO JAIL A Woman Who Had a Grudge Against Trinity County, California. Redding, Cal., Feb. 1 ft. "Baby John Martin, a boy aged 10, today made a confession at the preliminary examina tion of his mother, Mrs. John Martin, who is charged jointly with the boy, of setting fire to a $2,000 hay barn in January. He said he fired the barn because his mother threatened to kill him if he didn't. He also revealed plans she had made, he saM. to poison the water supply of Weavervillc, to blow up Judge Hartlett and Postmas ter Paulse-n ef Weave-rville, and Judge Samue ls' of Oakland with bombs. "He d.-tailed other plans his mother had against Trinity county enemies. The burning of the barn was but the beginning, he said. Mrs. Martin in terrupted the proceedings time and again, urging her son not to talk. He paid no heed, but talked, ke-eping his head turned from his mother. At the conclusion of the testimony. Justice Barber he-Id Mrs. Martin to answer, fixing her bonds at $4,000. THE DEAD IN FREMONT MINE. , Drytown, Cal., Feb. 10. Five more dead bodies of victims of the Fremont mine disaster were found today. Only one victim is now unaccounted for. Racycles and bi cycle tires of all y kinds. Many are j taking advantage ! of tho low priced bicycles now on sale. Griswold & Co. The Bioycle Man. ' 34-38 W. Adams 8t RESTAURANT GOMPLETLY FURNISHED -iiiiiiiiimimmuiM.imiiiimimmmii FOR RENT iiimiiiumiimmmmmmimiiimmii APPLY TO W. J. KINGSBURY TEMPE, ARIZ. THE RAILROAD CITED. To Show Why Oklahoma Train Ser vice Has Been Reducsd. Guthrie,' Ol.la., Feb. 10. The cor poration commission has ordered the Santa Fe railroad officials to appear before it and explain why ihey ordered the r -ci nt retrenchment in train ser vice, cutting off f 'ur trains on tiie main line. i'rotests have been received from Oklahoma City and other towns. NEW NEVADA RAILROAD. The Western Pacific Will Be Open for Business in Three Weeks. Reno, New, Feb. 10. Within the next thirty days through trains on the Western Pacific between Salt Lake and Ely will be in operation. For sev eral weeks the road has been handling ore cars, but not until yesterday die! the officials in charge of the work an nounce that the line was Hearing com pletion to handle all traffic obtainable. A MAN FROM EUROPE EACING AN INDICTMENT His Name Not Mentioned But He Is Understood to Be Charles W. Morse. New York, Feb. 10. The grand jury which has been investigating the transactions involving sejme banks with which Charles W. Morse, the or ganizer of the American Ice company, and the Consolidated Steamship com pany, was until recently identified, to day returned five indictments. Three indictments have to do with the liquor tax ca-si-s and two charged grand lar ceny. The indictments were not made public, but in asking that a good sized bail bond be reciuired. District Attor ney Jerome stated to the court that two charges of grand larceny were laid against a man now on his way over here from Europe. Following the court proceedings it was stated authoratively that the man referred to was Morse, wVio sailed for Liverpool a week ago but is now re turning uon the advice of counsel. o TOMMY BURNS CHAMPION PALMER WAS NO MATCH The English Heavyweight, Scared From the S'.art, Lasted Four Rounds. London. Feb. 10. Tommy turns, the American heavyweight pugilist, "to night knocked out Jack Palmer of Newcastle, the Knglish champion, in the fourth round of what was sched uled to be a twenty round contest for the championship of the world. Some 2.000 people saw the fight, which took place at Wonderland, a big music hall, it was a one side d affair Trom the first gong until the middle of the fourth round, when Palmer, on his knees, was finally counted out. Burns climbed under the ropes smilingly, while Palmer displayed great nervousness. Without any pre liminary sparing Burns went after him in the first round which had hardly begun be-fore the Englishman was on his knees. He took the count twice and during the rest ' of the round he wan busily" engaged covering himself. This he re'peated in all the other rounds. Palmer was hopelessly out classed and apparently without abil ity either to deliver a telling blow or defend himself. ELOQUENCE OF ATTORNEY In McDonald Trial Almost Responsible for a Riot, Chicago. Feb. 10. The final pleas in behalf of Mrs. Dora McDonald, on trial for the murder of Webster Guerin, were delivered today by attorneys Benjamin Shaffner and J. Hamilton Lewis. The latter's speech proved such an attraction to the public that extra details of policemen were neces sary to keep the corridors clear. Finally a riot call was sent in. One woman was denied admittance to the courtroom and became so excited that she struck a policeman in the face and was arrested. FOR SALE Farm Lands Improved Unimproved Fruit Lands Citrus Deciduous Grain Lands Alfalfa Lands Our list covers lands in ail parts of the Valley W. J, WHY REAL ESTATE, First Aye. end Adams St TELEPHONE MAIN 194 MISSOURI'S RECEPTION OP SECRETARY TAfT His Address Before Thousands at Kansas Gily Only Last Night Mr. Talt Continues On the Defensive of President Iioosevelt and Hears In His Latest 3Iessa?e a Louder Bugle Call. Kansas City, Mo.. Feb. 10. William H. Tuft, secretary of war, was given a memorable ovation by I'iO.OOO people in Convention Hall tonight when he was the guest of honor and principal speaker at the most elaborate banquet ever atte mpted in this city, given by the Association of Young Republicans of Missouri. It was attended by 1,200 persons, many of whom caiae from Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and dis tant Missouri cities. The demonstration accorded Mr. ITaft when he entered the banquet hall and again when he rose to speak never I has been surpassed by a welcome given i any public man in the history of this city. Each of the 1,200 banquetters j paid $2.50 for the privilege of attend- ing, but the balconies of the hall was free to the public and long before the j speaking began standing room in the j hall was at a premium. I iIr- Taffs speech was a general de fense of the republican party and es leeeially the policies brought to the fore by the administration of President Roose-velt. In eulogizing Lincoln the speaker said that Lincoln was a party man, as all men be who expect to h ave their individual impress upon the .political character of the nation. Speaking of the recent panic and the president's late special message to congress, the secretary said "The mes sage contains an answer t, rhan.ua made that the administration is re sponsible for the industrial depression. WORKMEN IN SEWER DIGGING UP SKELETONS Perhaps a Further Discovery of the Wilkins Mystery of Some Months ! Aoo. Oakland. Cal.. Feb. 10 The discov ery of another skeleton this afternoon in the same excavation in which work-nie-n on the Elmhurst sewe r dug up a skeleton last Saturday leads ihe cor oner's office to believe they are on the track of a big murder mystery. The bones found today were in the same state of prese-rvation eas the others. They were located in the same hole about two feet deep. The sheriff 1mm ordered his deputies to make a thorough investigation. The bones found on Saturday have been examined by surgeons and pronounced to lie the bones of human beings, not enough decomposed to be:jr out the theory that they are those of an an cient Indian. The bones were found not far from the home of A. Wilkins. who is now in the Alameda county jail, charged with the murder of Mrs. Verna Car men, formerly of Kansas City, with whom he lived and whose body was dug up inside a shed back of their res idence. Wilkins admits that he bur ied this woman, but asserts that she committed suicide. PHOENIX ACADEMY AND BUSINESS COLLEGE. Cor. 5th Ave. and Adams St The best Commercial Course. The best systems. The best training. See us about drilling that well, and let us figure with you on your pumps, gasoline engines and windmills. D. H. 15 East Washington St., fSow 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 instances 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 enough to work for it he stands a pretty good chance to get it. In other words "human accomplishment 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 emotions 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 lot of difference between what the story books tell and what really is. It wa-s 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 te) know a good and genuine Indian product from one that "was a fake. That's the reason I have no "fake" Indian goods in my store. Tou know tb- . R. L BftLrfE U. S. Indian Trader Proprietor of the Big Curio 931 ,The sharpness "and emphasis with which the unfounded attack was met ' has heartened the great body of the p.-ople as a bugie call to support the I iHilicies of the administration. "We were passing into the regime of irresponsible plutocracy." said he. "During the last four years there has been a great moral awakening to the clanger among the people. There is a popular demand that lawbreakers, no matter hew wealthy or how high or powerful their position, shall be made to suffer. Under the leadership. .f Theodore Roosevelt the republican party has not faltered in its determi nation to meet the reeiuirements of the situation; to enact such legisla tion as may be necessary to bring to a close this period of illegitimate cor porate Immunity. in concluding Secretary Taft said: "Vigorous action and measures to stamp out the existing abuses and ef-f-ct reforms were necessary to vindi cate society as at present Constituted, otherwise we must yield to those who seek to introduce a new order of things on a socialistic basis. P.-Ksevelt leads his p;:rty as Lincoln led his as Mc Kinley let his to meet the new issues presented tr arm the present civiliza tion and fit 'it with bold front to re sist the attacks of socialism and trans mit to the coming generations un harmed the great institution of civil liberty inherited from our fathers." Herbert S. Hadley, attorney general of Missouri, responded to the toast. "We have put our hand to the plow." ARIZONA CATHOLICS. The Showing of This Diocese in the New Official Directory. Chicago, Feb. 10. Advance sheets 4 the Official Catholic Directory pub lished by the M. II. Wiltzius Co.. Mil waukee. Wis., give the following sta tistics regarding the Tucson diocese: Population (Catholic) about 4,.Vh; bishop, l: clergy. 3e: churches. 52: academies. 6: parishes with schools. 7: children attending. 1.200: orphan asylums. 1: orphans. So; charitable in stitutions, a. iLiuiiiiuiiiHiuniiiiiiiniiiMiiiiMiiiiiu.'Mu 1 $30,000. 00 I have a special fund of the above amount for investment on loans on im- 1 proved property on especially favorable terms. Inquire of DWIGHT B. HEARD j S Corner Center and Adams, city. llSMI!IIIIMl!II!li;iUIClllllllllimU!!l BURTIS Phoenix. Store on West Adams St. If a t. , .