FOR 8ALE. 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. K. E. Pascoe, 110
North Ce(r Street
MONEY TO LOAN. If you want to
bnlld and m1 some money, wna and
see me; my rttM are the lowest. K. V.
rwot, 110 North Center Street
PHOENIX, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY ISf 1908
VOL. XVIII. NO 275
THE AEIZOHA EEPHBIICAN
LA FOLLETTE DEMANDS
If Bonds of Railroads Are to Be Used as
Basis for Emergency Circulation
The House Rejects a Small Amendment to the Urgency
Deliceney Bill Frovi(ling Pay ior the President's In
land Waterways Commissioners.
Washington. Feb. 11. The debate on
the Aldrieh currency bill began in the
.Senate today and was followed with
interest by many bankers who occu
pied seats in the galleries. Among
them was J. P. Morgan. The discus
sion was directed chiefly toward I the
provision focxrailroad bonds as a ba
sis for emergency circulation, a wide
difference of opinion being developed
concerning the method that should be
adopted in determining the valuation to
be given such bonds as well as the
opposition to the use of such securities
under any term.
The bill-was finally read through and
the committee amendments incorpora
ted, it being understood that the en
tire bill will be subject to amendment
Mr. LaFolette read the amendments
that he intends to offer. They provide
that no bonds of railroads shall be ac
cepted for security for currency un
less the face value and cost of repro
ducing the railroad shall have been
ascertained by the interstate com
merce commission and the currency is
sued on such bonds shall not lie more
tharT"75 per cent of the physical value
of the road on which the bonds are
Notice was given by Mr. McLaurin.
of Mississippi of an amendment he
will offer limiting the amount of
currency to be issued on any bonds to
the par value of the bonds. Mr. Dan
iels offered an amendment providing
that bonds of railroads that have paid
regularly and continuously for five
years next preceding its bonds and the
interest due on all bonds, can be used
for currency issues. The amendment,
lie savs, would allow the use -of bonds
of roads that have not paid dividends
on stock. This would permit the use
of bonds of a number of southern rail
roads which are now excluded.
Mr. Lodge gave notice of an amend
ment, including among the' bonds
available for currency issues, the
bonds of the Philippine Island gov
ernment, the city of Manila and the
railroads in the Philippines, the in
terest of which has been guaranteed
by the Philippine .government.
OCEAN MAIL SUBSIDY BILL
Washington. Feb. 11. On the motion
of Senator Gallinger, the senate agreed
to consider the ocean mail subsidy bill
next Monday. The bill authorizes the
postmaster general to pay for ocean
mails service, in vessels of the second
class, on routes to South America,
the Philippines, Japan. China and Aus
tralia at the rate of $4 per outward
mile, which is the rate now paid ves
sels of the first class which caary
mail, under contract with the gov
ernment. MR. TAWNEY CRITICIZES.
The President's of Inland Waterways
Washington. Feb. 11. Interest in the
proceedings of the'house today attach-
vCOSART" 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 285.
CARNATIONS AND VIOLETS
Secure Positive Protection for Your
One of the moat Important acts of prudence la to place your rate
able bey o-id 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 hare the only fully
quipped Safety Deposit Vaults In this city.
Special rooms for customers.
PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK
The Prescott National Bank, Presccit, Ariz.
Has earned a place on the ''Roll of Honor" In the Nation
at System, being numbered seven hundred and twenty.
Capital paid In , - -
Surplus and Undivided Profits
DlffrtONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES ON WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
ed to the mild criticism of the presi
dent by Mr. Tawney. chairman of the
appropriation committee, the president
having, as Tawney charged, appointed
the Inland Waterways commission
without authority of law. The debate
was on the urgent deficiency bill, Bnd
Mr. Tawney's remarks grew out of the
amendment to pay John H. Hankhead,
the new senator from Alabama -for his
services on the commission.
The right of the president to ap
point" such a commission was upheld
by Messrs. Crumpacker of Indiana,
and I'nderwood of Alabama. The
house however, refused to accept the
In a vigorous speech, Mr. Harrison
of New York, condemned Secretary of
State Root for his manner of handling
the negotiations with Russia regarding
passports to Russian Hebrew citizens
of the I'nited States and Mr. Lowden
of Illinois with equal force defended
Mr. Root, saying that the negotiatTons
would result satisfactorily to Jewish
citizens desiring to visit Russia. The
Indian Appropriation bill was discuss
ed ff some time and amended in sev
eral particulars. Its consideration was
The legislative, executive and judic
ial appropriation bill was reported In
the house today from the committee
on appropriations, by Representative
Bingham of Pennsylvania. It is to be
taken up immediately after the dispo
sition the Indian appropriation bill.
It carries a total appropriation of
$32,337,073 a reduction of $1,873,643.
from the aggregate estimates submit
ted. Provision is made for the pay
ment of $14.S18. salaries or $341 less
than the new estimates, and $X more
than are provided for in the preseit
fiscal year. .
MORE PAY FOR ENLISTED MEN.
Washington, Feb. 11. It was decid
ed today by the house committee mil
itary affairs to incorporate in the army
appropriation bill a provision for an
increase of pay for enlisted men. The
rate of increase has not been deter
mined, nor has the Committee yet de
cided to recommend an increase of pay
NEED OF MERCHANT MARINE.
Made Known Last Night to the Mari
time M ichiganders.
Marshall. .Mich.. Feb. 11 Every
available seat was taken tonight at
the annual banquet of the Calhoun
County Lincoln club, at which former
Secretary of the Treasury Shaw, and
Second Assistant Postmaster Oeneral
MeCIeary were the principal speakers.
Mr. McCleary speaking of present day
problems, devcted considerable atten
tion to the fact that the auxiliary fleet
j cajrying coal and supplies for the bat-
tleship cruise to the Pacific sailed un
; der many foreign flags. He urged the
1 building up of a merchant marine.
Res. Main 310.
EAT FAMOUS SANICHAS
SUPREMUS SOFT CREAM
. . $100,000
- - . - 120,000
Removed to 33 W. Washingt
It Will Be Celebrated at Mattaewan
Mattaewan, N. Y. Feb. 11. At the
state hospstial tomorrow Harry Thaw
will celebrate the 37th anniversary of
his birth. Today Mrs. Thaw paid her
husband a visit. On her way from
the station to the asylum, Mrs. Thaw
purchased a beautiful .azalea, which
she took to her husband who seemed
delighted with the gift. . '
Thaw's mother. Attorney Peabody
and Dr. Jacobs, will spend some time
with him tomorrow.
FRANCO STILL GOING
Genoa, Feb. 11. Senor Franco ar
rived here this evening. He appeared
very much worn out and retired to a
hotel, refusing to see anyone.
SLIGHTLY STIMULAUO ;
BY NEfDS Of SHORTS
That Afforded the Stock Market About
the Only Activity it Had.
New York, Feb. 11. The needs of
the uncovered short interest which be-
. gan to make itself felt even before yes
terday's, scsion was over asserted its
influence decisively in today's stock
market and effected a substantial but
temporary rally of prices. The recov
ery did not cover more than part of
yesterday's declines. The forced de
mand was d.-cijedly less at the higher
stages and the rally seemed exhausted
in the final reaction. The market be
came profoundly dull later in the day.
It was rerrted that thirty-five per
cent of the Pennsylvania's equipment
is idle. The Pennsylvania did not
share the general strength of the mar
ket, partially on account of the belief
that the sales were made of stock
against purchases of Reading through
the same firm. For six months from
July there was shown a shrinkage in
the net returns of Rock Island of up
wards of 20 per cent. The holiday to
morrow was an influence toward the
curtailment of activity in stocks, the
I brief selling-movement at the end of
j the day made rapid inroads on the
I earlier gains and left the day's changes
mixed. Ronds were regular. -
Amalgamated Copper. 4"7i;' Smelt
ing, 603; Atchison, 68, St. Paul, 106 " ;
Xew York Central, 93J: Pennsylvania,
(109'-i: Rending. 3'i; Southern Pacific.
t7"i; I'nion -Pacific, 113"; Steel, 27 ;
Chicago, Feb. 11. Wheat was weak
all day and closed weak. May opened
diViC lower, at Satc to S6c; sold
otf to 94c; closed at 9SVc.
The corn sentiment was bearish nil
day. May opened a shade to V&tt'Hc
jlower, at 61 M to 61 'c; sold off to
607e: closed at 61Mc.
Oats were weak. May opened c
low.-r. H 3 4 : sold between 53 and D3jc;
closed at b3tit 53 hkc.
Hoard of trade will be closed tomor
row on account of Illinois hoiliday.
Xew York, Feb. 11. London tin re
covered a part of yesterday's decline,
spot closing at 129 10s; futures,
123 5s. Locally it was quiet and
again adavneed. with quotations rang
ing from $29.12'4 to $29.60.
Copper was slightly higher in Lon
don; spot, 59 10s; futures, 59 17s
6d. The local market was weak and
a shade lower, lake $13.25'ii 13.50 ; elec
trolytic, $13. 00 ffi 13.25; casting, $12.S7V4
Lead was 2s 6d lower, at 14 7s 6d
In London, but was quiet and un
changed locally, $3 6SJi 3.75.
Spelter was unchanged. 20 12s 6d
in London and $4.(;R'ij 4.75 locally.
Silver. 56'ic: Mexicans, 47c.
CATTLE AND SHEEP.
Chicago. Feb. 11. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 4,000; steady. Beeves, $3.75W
6.00; cows and heifers, $1.75(fi 4.00;
Trxans, 13.50?- 4.10; calves, $5.00??
C.75; westerns. $3.75 rtj 4.60; stockers
and feeders, $2.50'ii 4.i0.
SHEEP Receipts. 12.000; strong.
Natives. $3.2(C(i 5.40; westerns, $3.25W
5.35; yearlings. $3.256.25; lambs.
: $5.25ift 6.90; western, $5.001i 6.90..
of Flsk and Hartford Tires just re
ceived. These makes have stood the
TEST and show they are the BEST.
We GUARANTEE our work .and
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. quick.
HENRY & COSTLEY
15 N. 1st Ave.
" AND PEOPLE
The lheme of Senator
Knox Last Night '
There is Nothing, He Said,
In the Situation to Strain
Kalamazoo, Feb. 11. Hundreds were
turned away from the Academy of Mu
sic tonight unable to gain admission
to the annual banquet of the Kalama
zoo Lincoln flub, at which United
Stntes Senator Philander C. Knox of
Pittsburg and Congressman J. Adam
Bede of Minnesota were the guests of
honor. I'nited States tlenator J. C.
Burrows, of Michigan also spoke.
The subject of Mr. Knox's address
was The People, the Railroads and
Mr. Knox comprehensively reviewed
the growth of the railroad industry,
and the extension of federal control
over Interstate commerce. In conclud
ing, he said:
"There is nothing in present condi
tions requiring any strain upon our
institutions to supply a remedy for
any mischiefs that plague the public,
and there are ho mischiefs the correc
tion of which may not be- attained
without disturbing the public welfare.
There is enough federal power, if not
enough federal legislation, to meet all
federal emergencies. There Is noth
ing affecting the external affairs of
the nation or such internal ones as
are committed to its charge that con
gress cannot regulate; there Is noth
ing that affects them injuriously that
congress should not regulate, and
there is nothing which does not be
long ..to the federal jurisdiction that
congress should utfempt to regulate.
"Laws enacted under the public au
thority fn a spirit of wisdom and tol
eration, enforced impartially, prompt
ly and. fearlessly, repealed w:hen found
unsuited to conditions or to be op
pressive will not only mark us as a
people progressing in the art of self
government, but will reduce to a min
imum any conflict between the people
and the railroads between whom there
should be the peace that will enable
the one to receive and the) other to ren
der a service that "measures the prof
itable production of this vast coun
A COLUMBIAN LAW
- TO STOP JAPANESE
The Probabilities Though Are That it
Will Not Be Able to Run the Gaunt
let. Victoria, R. C. Feb. 11. The new
immigration law enacted by the British
Columbia legislature recently on the
lines of the natal act, which applies
an educational test to immigrants ar
riving in British Columbia, -who must
be able to read and write English or
a language of Europe, to be permitted
to land, became a, law today, when
Lieutenant Governor James Dunsmuir
assented to the bill.
Immediate provision Is made for the
enforcement of the new law, which Is
obviously aimed at the Japanese. Of
ficials have lieen appointed and In
structed to carry It into effect on all
Immigrants arriving after today. There
are at the quarantine station 268 Jap
anese left there by the steamer Kaga
-Taru in quarantine, 12 3 of whom are
bound for here. These will come un
der the provisions of the new laws.
It Is understood that steps will be
taken by Japanese and others inter
ested to test the validity of the new
hill in the courts. It is considered
that following this the Canadian gov
ernment will disallow the bill as op
posed to imperial interest.
Bacycles -and bi
cycle tires of all
kinds. Many are
of the low priced
bicycles now on
Griswold & Co.
Tha Bioyole Man. 34-36 W. Adams St
W. J. KINGSBURY
THE ABSCONDING WALKER.
Will at Least Delay the Operations of
New Rritian, Conn., Feb. 11 Treas
urer E. N. Stanley of the Savings
Bank of New lirltian. stated tonight
that he hud received a ' report from
DetectiVe Hoffman at Knsenada, Low
er California, that William F. Walker,
the absconding treasurer of the bank,
is making an elaborate defense against
According to Mr. Stanley, the pres
ent indications are that Walker will be
successful in preventing his return un
til filter the rising of the March term,
of the superior court, but that as far
as can be seen he will ultimately be
MRS. M DONALD CLFARED
- Of MURDER OF GUERIN
The Defendant Hysterical Throughout
the Trial, Was Unmoved by the
Chicago, Feb. 11. Mrs. Dora Mc
Donald, who has been on trial since
January 20, on the charge of murder
ing Webster Guerin, was acquitted by
a jury In the criminal court tonight.
The verdict was reached after six and
a half hour's deliberation, the jury
having retired at 1 o'clock this after
The defendant, who Is the widow of
Michael McDonald, the former million-
jaire gambling king and political lead
I er of Chicago, received the verdict
without apparent emotion. During the
trial she frequently -collapsed on sev
eral occasions and the case was Inter
rupted in order that she might receive
medical attention. Tonight, however,
she was the least moved of any person
concerned in the defense, her attend
ant being ho overcome that Mrs. Mc
Donald was compelled to exchange
roles with her to try and quiet the
The members of the Jury took an
oath before reaching their finding, not
to reveal the history of their deliber
ations. The first ballot they said,
stood 8 to 4 for acquittal, but subse
quent developments were carefully
kept secret. After Mrs. McDonald had
been discharged she was taken to a
hotel by relatives. It was announced
later that she will retire to a sanita
rium. ANOTHER FLOTILLA
Leaves for the South for Torpedo Tar
11. Another tor-
pedo boat flotilla bound
for St. Jo-
soph Bay, Florida, and composed of
the Tlngery. Blakely, DeLong, Thorn
ton and Porter will leave Hampton
Roads next week.
about Ma 1. While at St. Joseph
Bay the crew will indulge in tactical
drills and exercise and target torpedo
ANTI-HOME RULE FUND
Being Raised by the Unionists
Dublin. Feb. 11. An appeal
funds to maintain an anti-home rule
campaign in Great Britain has been
issued. It was signed by Lord Lands
downe. the Duke of Abercorn. the
Marquis of Londonderry, the Marquis
of Ormonde. Viscount Ivagh, Baron
Ardilaun and other Irish Unionist
peers. The appeal describes the dan
gers to the cause of the union and
asks for a large sum of money so that
the methods by which home ru'le as
advocated by Mr. Gladstone was de
feated may.be resumed.
Has its Hands Full of Rebating In
vestigators San Francisco, Feb. 11. Should the
Southern Pacific be ready to face the
rebate investigation tomorrow the
board of railroad commissioners will
proceed, but owing to the absence of
George W. Luce, general traffic agent
a postponement may prove necessary.
In that event the commission will
proceed to Los Angeles and begin an
Investigation into the rebating prac
tice of the Santa Fe and Salt Lake
Improved In improved
Our list covers lands in
all parts of the Valley
W. J, MURPHY
First Ave. 2nd dams St
TELEPHONE MAIN 194
THE OHIO PRIMARIES
ALL WENT TAFTWARD
Twenty-Six Delegates to the National Con
vention Already Assured
Manager Vorys (Jives Out
Twejity Vt'.ill Also Be
Columbus, Feb. 11. The net result of
the republican piiimrries held through
out Ohio today was in favor of Wm.
H. Taft who will have four delegates
at large and twenty-three district del
egates to the national convention at
Chicago. A list of delegates to the
state convention to be held on March
3 which 'will b unanimously in his
favor was selected.
No opposition worth mentioning de
veloped during the day. The supreme
court destroyed all chances of success
by the Foraker element in Cuyahoga
county by declaring the Taft county
committee the only valid organization
of its kind in. the county. The selec
tion of delegates therefrom went by
default, no ticket being placed in the
field against the. Taft candidates.
In Kjiok countv the oDDosition
I brought an "independent" ticket Into
the field,, the "independents," however,
being all Foraker men. The Taft can
didates won easily the vote being four
to one in their favor. Actual voting
for delegates to the state convention
was carried on in but thirty-five out
of a total of eighty-eight counties, the
Taft delegates in fifty-two counties
having no opposition.
Congressional primaries were held in
the fourth, fifth, sixth, the greater
part of the eighth, ninth, twelfth, four
teenth, sixteenth, eighteenth and twenty-first
districts and small portions of
TO LINE M'DOWriL
ROAD WITH TREES
Important Meeting of Property Own-
ers in That District This Afternoon.
There will be a meeting this after
noon at 2 o'clock at Che office of V.
i I, TomJ ....i..L. .
i. . """" ckr,y property owner
me new ijr lonnea aicuowell road
district Is urged to attend. It is pri
marily in their own Interest but is of
so much public interest that half the
town might be there, only that what
ever iH done will have o be done by
the aforesaid property owners. The
public can only urge them to a full ap
preciation of their own interest.
The purpose of the meeting is to dis-
I'iuiinj- oi cooperative ac
tion iimi Hut result' in lining tne Mc
Dowell road on either side with a uni
form row of evergreen trees. The same
action would 4e. desirable along every
country road but is csptcially so along
this thoroughfare for the reason that
the initiative has been accomplished,
looking toward the making of that
road a nice bouleard and at the same
time an lmportiuit section of a twenty
five mile boulevard, the resE of which
Is to be made and cared for by the
government and the Central avenue
road district. .
The details of this big project were
published in these columns some time
ago nnd it is not necessary to repeat
them at this time. It has been weli
demonstrated however, here and else-
PHOENIX ACADEMY AND
Cor. 5th Ave. and Adams St
The best Commercial Course.
The best systems. The" beat
See us about drilling that well, and let us
figure with you on your pumps, gasoline
engines and windmills.
D. H. BURTIS
IS East Washington St., - - Phoenix.
KEEP OUT FAKIRS
Did you'ver try to get a license from Uncle Sam as an Indian
Trader? If you did, you- know that the license goeth not out except
with knowledge and experunce. I'ncle Sain is conservative. Some
people think he is too conservative, but he keeps out fakirs, anyhow.
I have been through the mill. I know what It takes to be an In
dian Trader. Hut being one. by grace of long acquaintance with the
Red Skins and their products, I am in position to profit my friends by
the privilege. '
It makes me IndepeniUmt of the "Buyers." I d)iet have to take
the say of another fellow. Yon know the "other fellow' always says
what he wants, rather than- what he ought
With this knowledge, and. my privilege as a trader. I feel safe in
staking my reputation and. 8 thousand dollars to boot on my Nava
jo Blankets. If you "catch me out." the reputation and the Thousand
are both yours, without the asking. My Navajos stand on their own
bottom, and people who have seen them agree with me. If you haven't
seen theij) they will be a revelation to you. What about It?
R. L BRLISE U- S. Indian Trader
Proprietor of the Big Curio
a Statement That the Other
Named lor the Secretary
the seventh and nineteenth. In all
but the last two wherein the voting
was in a too limited territory to be
decisive, the Taft peopie won without
opposition. In the ninth, sixth and
sixteenth districts the candidates for
congress were nominated directly at
the primaries. It was the original in
tention to select delegates to th na
tional convention in the same manner
but it was later decided. In order to
avoid, all chance of fucure complica
tions to name the delegates In the reg
ular district conventions.
In the eighth district the congres
sional primaries were not held but in
one county Hardin but the result
there cannot possibly overrule the vote
of the remanJder of the district and its
twjr delegates lo the Chicago conven
tion are certain for Taft.
The following statement was ' issued
tonight by Art h or 1. Vorys. manager
of the Taft, campaign: "Ohio is for
Taft. The result of the primaries to
day completes that demonstration. Ev
ery county except one. with seven del
egates has n;w seltcted delegates to
the stat convention and every county
selected Taft delegates. The state
convention will be unanimously for
Taft, for every one of the 1,815 dele
gates is for, and Is instructed for Taft.
This unanimity also demonstrates that
every one of the forty-six delegates to
the national convention will be for
where, that some action of this kind
i-would more than repay the property
owners, by the increased valuation of
their porperty and It Is hoped for both,
public and private interest that the
meeting will be largely attended.
Washington Feb. 11. With the as
sent of the president. Secretary Mat-
i calf has decided to give the report of
Admiral Converse upon the naval ships
j to the press for publication in the
newspapers next Monday. This docu
ment WLtf prepared to answer certain
criticisms against the structural fea
tures of the battleships, contained in
a recent magazine publication.
' I have a special
fund of the
i for investment 1
on loans on im-
favorable terms. I
DWIGHT B. BEARD
E Corner Center and Adams, city. 3
Store on West Adams St.
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