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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL T,V 19G3. A New Model Mar I'm Shotgun I,. ..; ! .-i ' : ' ! .v.vtiiK v 3 0 Model No. 24, 12 Ga., Take Down. Price $22.50 These puns were just brought out last month, and we now have them in stock in the regular grade. The fancy grades we have ordered and' will have here as soon as they are ready for the market. ' Watch our advertisements, and our show windows, and drop In occa sionally, and you will see all the latest goods just as they arc brought out. Always glad to show new goods, whether you are thinking of buying or not. We want you to know that we are the people that carry the stock, and that we are strictly "down to date." Eut, then, it's our business, yuu knw no side line. PINNEY ROBINSON THE GUN STORE 40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. Bead for tre Gam tw card. Established 1117 TOURISTS AH visitors should take home a ssuvenir of Arizona. The best place to get this souvenir is at the Arizona Ostrich Farm. We have articles from 35c to $30.00 from our ostrich farms, any of which will make a beautiful souvenir or present for anyone. Plumes, Boas, Stoles, Tips and Fans We will be pleased to have you come in and examine our stock of beautiful articles, whether you intend to buy or not. and get one cf our illustrative book'.ets, containing an interesting description of the ostrich and its habits, along with illustrations and prices of the goods we have for sale. ,S-.- ' - .... .'. . &C&J Arizona Ostrich Farm PHOENIIX, ARIZONA. Cor. Adams and 1st Sts. Orp. New Noble Bidg. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING House and bell wiring. Repairing of all kinds. ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY HOUSE. Phone Black 534. V. R. NORRIS, Prop. 41 S. 1st Ave. An Unregrettable Purchase IS THE "TOURIST" SIMPLE DISTINCTIVE PERFECT The "Tourist" is not a fad machine, a luxury or a racer. It is an every day utility the most perfect means of conveyance ever perfected a sure, safe, yar-in and year-out inclispcnsability for the business man for every body who wants automobile comfort at reasonable cost. Tourist." 40-45 H. P., S2.750. Tourist." 22-24 H. P.. 1.400. PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. . ARTHUR AINSWORTH, Manager. Phone M. 145. $2500.00 buys 'a nice clean business. Best location in Phoenix. Doing good business. Good reasons for selling. Investigate this. ! ADDRESS-P. 0. BOX 446. R. B. COURT Secretary 12 N. Center. 41 W. Adams 8ANTA FE TIME TABLE. PHOENIX CITY TIMH. Leave. Arrive. "The Diamond Jo," for Hot Springs Tunctlon, Wicken burg. Fresco tt and branch points, Jerome, Ash Fork, Los Angeles, San Fran cisco and all points west 2:00 a.m. 1:11 a.m. "The Daylight Express," for Hot Springs Junction (Castle Hot Springs), Wickenburg. A. - & C. branch points. Congress Junction, Prescott, Ash Fork, Denver, Kansas City, Chicago and all points east 8:00 tun. 4:10 p.m. No trains on A. & C Ky. or Poland branch Bun days. THE WWEATHER. Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today: Fair. 5:31) 5: 3D a. m. p. in. liar.. meter, inrh.-s 29. S9 29.7!. Temperature, degrees 61 79 Dew point, degrees 2S 26 Humidity, per cent 43 13 Wind direction E E Wind velocity, miles 3 8 Rainfall, inches 0 0 Weather Clear Clear Mean daily humidity A 28 Mean daily temperature 6S Highest temperature "9 Lowest temperature 57 Total daily rainfall 00 Accumulated excess in temperature since January 1, 115 degrees. Accumulated excess in ralnfail since January 1, 0.14 Inch. L. X. JESUNOFSKT. Section Ditector. GROWTH OF Y.M.C.A. IN THE SOUTHWEST The Territories, West Texas and Northern Mexico to Be Given a "Home Rule" Administration. St THE MESSIAH" SUNG BY THE PHOENIX CHORAL SOCIETY, APRIL 14TH, AT ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC. JUST RECEIVED A Car of Bain Heavy Wagons Also a car of DEAL SPRING WAGONS AND BUGGIES. A new bale of Navajo Blankets which we are selling cheap. Trunks, Suit Cases, everything in leather. A full stock of hand made harness. Colliogs Vehicle and Harness Co. East Adams Bt, next door to Adams HoteL V Crasville No. 3924 The noted French coach stallion will make the season 1908 at Cowboy Cor ral, Five Points, Phoenix, Arizona. For terms, etc., apply at 9 West Ad anrs street or at corral. tIIIIIlHmiIIIIIIECIlII!IIIIlIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIt I NAVAJO S Blankets and Silverware, Braid- 5 ed Hair Hat Bands. ARIZONA SADRLERY CO. 5 45 N. Center.Thoenix TlRIEKUIlUtltlllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIllIIIli 614 8Urana Ave. LoiAngeies J.W. Lackey; Mgr Two notable Y. M. C. A. workers were visitors in Phoenix over Sunday, leaving last night for Tucson. One is C. K. Ober, field secretary of the In ternational Committee in charge of the work in the United States and Canada, with headquarters in New York. The other is D. AV. Pollard, industrial sec retary for Arizona, New Mexico, western Texas, and northern Sonora, with headquarters in El Paso. Mr. Ober spoke here Sunday after noon at the Y. M. C. A. meeting. He is one of the most energetic men in the work and inspires all who meet him with enthusiasm. His greatest in terest is recounting the achievements of the Y. M. C. A. as a whole rather than dwelling on the work in one spot. In a short interview yesterday he de livered a rapid fire shower of statisti cal news pellets that when they hit any kind of a mark are designed to impress the mark with the bigness and the importance of the Y. M. C. A. work. Mr. Ober's special mission here was to confer with the directors of the local association, and explain the work of a new "Territorial Committee" which has just been formed. The money raised In Phoenix for a building fund, he said, is a part of a total of 1375,000 that has been contrib uted in the territory comprising the field of the territorial committee in the last three years. Some oi" the funds raised are as follows: EI Paso, $130,000: Bisbee, J73.000: Douglas. 40,000: Las Vegas, 130,000; Mesilla Park, N. M., $10,000. There are now about fifteen places where a similar work can be done in this same terri tory. Among them are Albuquerque, Prescott, Raton, Dawson, Tucson, Je rome, Globe, Cananea, Nacosari, etc. To extend and develop the work in the territory indicated a "territorial committee" has been formed of twenty-one members, the headquarters of the committee being in El Paso, where there is a working quorum of five members.- Of the twenty-one members two are from Phoenix, namely B. A. Fowler and Lloyd Christy, l.'p to this time all the work done in this territor ial district has been under the direc tion of the International Committee but it Is felt that New York is most too far away to properly handle this work so the International Committee has called to Its aid this resident com mittee, though its cooperation and the counsel of its traveling secretaries wiil still be given. The International com mittee has also given $lS0O of the $4200 which makes up the "budget" of the territorial committee for 1908. The re mainder, $2400, is contributed by friends of the work In the local terri tory, about $1000 coming from EI Paso. Of the work of the Y. M. C. A. in other states and countries Mr. Ober was a most interesting talker and he gave the figures to demonstrate a Lower Prices Every Day some Goods are getting Cheaper and we always lead in this line Fresh Ranch Eggs..15c New Stock Bacon Ends per lb 10c H -Best Eastern Ham. ...13c ?, lb. pure Eastern Lard 40c 5 lb. pure Eastern Lard 70c 10 lb. pure Eastern Lard $1.35 SPUDS SPUDS We have just received a car load of fancy Oregon Spuds which we place on sale by the. sack per cwt $1.75 Come and see them and you'll buy Verily Verily, More and More. It pays to trade at IMee's Cash Store marvelous expansion in every phase of It. Space is not available for this data at this time but it will probably be referred to on some later occasion. WA4T ARIZONA WILL DO AT CHICAGO CONVENTION J. Knox Ccrbett of Tucson Believes it Will be For Roosevelt Washington. April 6. (Special) Postmasters were appointed for Ari zona as follows: Central. Silas P. Jen kins, vice A. S. Porter, resigned. Quartzsite. Clarence E. Stewart, vice W. W. McCune, resigned. J. Knox Corbett. postmaster, and Cnited States Deputy Marshal of Tuc son, is here. He said the delegation from Arizona to the republican Na tional Convention will h all probabil ity go uninstructed, but the sentiment is for Roosevelt, and the votes will be cast for him If his name Is suggested. Otherwise t-aid Mr. Corbett. "I think the delegation will vote for Taft." o EMPLOYERS LIABILITY BILL PASSES HOUSE 7 But the Law If Enacted Will Come Only After a Compromise. Mothers are at their wit's end many times trying to find a safe, nourishing food for the baby that's just been weaned. This is an important epoch in the little one's rife and on se curing proper food depends the future growth of the child. Grape-Nuts soaked in hot milk, then cooled to the right temperature, with a little su gar, meets the requirements of the newly weaned child in 99 cases out of a 100 perhaps an even hundred! Try a teaspoonful, softened to a paste with a little of the hot milk and then all mixed together half a cupful. It's safe because Grape-Nuts is made only of wheat and barley and baked from 12 ta 16 hours. It's a Great food for babies or grown-ups. "There's a Reason." Washington, April 6. With only one vote recorded against it. that of Mr. Littlefield of Maine, the house of rep resentatives today, under a suspension of the rules, passed the Sterling em ployers" liability bill after forty min ute's debate. In brief, .the bill estab lishes the doctrine that railroad com panies engaged in interstate commerce are liable for personal injuries received by the employes in the service of such carriers. It abolishes the strict com mon law rule of liability which bars recovery for the personal injury or death of an employe caused by the negligence of a fellow servant. It also relaxes the common law rule which makes contributory negligence a de fense in claims for injuries. A provi sion, however, diminishes the amount of recovery in the same degree that th negligence of the injured one con tributes to the injury. The bill fur ther makes each party responsible for his own negligence- and requires each to bear the burden thereof. The bill as passed went to the senate later In the day and on the motion of Senator Dolliver was laid on the table subject to being called up.at any time. Mr. Dolliver explained that the bill was quite similar to the measure reported by the senate committee on education and labor. Mr. Dolliver con templates asking the senate to agree to take up the bill at an early day. He will possibly move to substitute the senate measure for the house bill af ter the senate acts and then leave to conferees the" task of agreeing upon a compromise measure. The house bill is much more sweeping than the sen ate bill, as it applies only to "com mon carriers" by railroads. o INTERSTATE LIQUOR SHIPMENTS Washington. April 6. The senate judiciary committee today agreed on a bill dealing with interstate ship ments of liquor. It provides that there shall be no colect-on-delivery ship ments, where fictitious names are used and that the names of shipper and consignee shall be stated plainly. " GERMAN CAR BROKE DOWN Kelton. Utah, April 6. The German car leaving Kelton today, broke two cylinders of--the motor eighteen miles west of here and the passengers walk ed back to Kelton. The car will have to be towed into Kelton and shipped to San Francisco for repairs. NOTHING CAN SIIR THE TORPID MARKET Whatever the Effect of the Erie Plan It Was Anticipated on Saturday. New York, April 6.-The announce ment of the Erie's financial plan, which was made after the stock mar ket closed on Saturday was without effect today unless the torpid state of trading was Influenced by the pecu- j liaritles of the announcement. The spa-smodic jump in prices on Satur day was accepted as some sort of an expression of opinion of the Erie plan so far as It was perfected. This added to the disinclination to extend .the jnovement. The market was held in suspended anlmntion throughout. Cop per made some recovery In Indon and the effect was good on copper in dustrials. Bonds were Irregular. STOCKS. Amalgamated Copper G89, American Smelting G7M-. Atchison 74, Chicago. Milwaukee a St. Paul 117. New York Central 97. Pennsylvania 115, Read ing 1I4. Southern Pacific 73. U. S. Steel Z3. U. S. Steel rfd. 9. Union Pacific 124H- ' GRAIN. Chicago. April 6. Wheat closed weak. May opened Vii ic' lower to a shade higher at 92,4Ji c. sold off to tH4c and closed at 90y.frc. f . . i ....... i . . cew Jiay oais ciosea ?-i oz,t:C. me low point. METALS. New York, April 6. London tin was a little lower today, with spot at 144 15s and futures at 143 5s. Locally It was steady, ranging from $31.874 32.00. London copper was higher with spot at 59 2s 6d and futures at 59 12s 6d. Locally it was dull and unchanged, with lake at $12.87-fr 1324. electro lytic I12.75frl3.00, and casting 112.50 Cu 12.75. Lead was dull and unchanged at 14 in London and at J3.9iifi 4.00 in the local market. Spelter was a shade higher at 21 12s fid in London but remained quiet and unchanged at $4.6-; 4.70 locally. Iron was unchanged to 3d higher in the English market, standard foundry ut 50s and Cleveland warrants at 51s fid. Locally it was unchanged. WESTERN MINING AND COTTON. Keweenaw 5 Osceola Warren 314 American Z Denn 314 Helvetia 314 Quincy '. 84 Range 65 Sun. & Pitts 12 'i Ornnby S3 Nipissing c-i Wol. Jt Ariz 114 Greene Cananea 8r C. C. S 30 Bingham 1.15 Utah Cons 3814 OKI Dominion 3514 North Butte -,4 Cal. & Ariz 101 Butte Coal .V.20-Si Shattuck 1354 Arizona Coni'l 1814 Shannon 11 Globe Cons gty B. SI tn." 4 Cumb. Ely 8 Hancock 6 Giroux 314 National ;u. Sup. & Bos 2i Butte Ariz 35 Davis Daly 2 Cotton. May. 9.54c; July. 9.96c; October. 9.58c; December. 9.54c. I. T. HOSEY. Broker. , o RANGER KIDDER DEAD. Bisbee, Ariz. April 6. Sergeant Jeff Kidder, the Arizona ranger shot in a duel with three Mexicans at Naco. died yesterday. Regular $3,50 Hammock Special $2.65 New Location Noble Blk. Dorris-Heyinan Furnitrre Co. Arizona's Leading House Furn ishers. On Sale Mon day, Tues day and Wednesday only Making Home Comfortable For Warm Weather That's the question now. A qii-rtion this fr.at store Is better prepared to solve for you than ever before. A question we anticipated nml prepared for months ago, brinping together the very best lines individually and collectively that skill, money and energy can produce. These things will add to your comfort and convenience during the coming hot months. They will help materially in making the hot days more tolerable. Besides. THE PRICES ASKED ARE INVARIABLY LOWER THAN SIMI LAR QUALITIES ARE SOLD ELSEWHERE. Palmer 8 Vudor Opal Hammocks Porch Shades Refrigerator Hammock Special Regular $3. SO Full Size Palmer Hammock in as sorted colors $2.65 on sale Monday, Tuesday, Wed. -only. Remember Our New Location Dorris-Heyman Furniture Company NOBLE BLOCK. ADAMS AND FIRST ST. CLOSING OUTi SA THE LATEST SPRING STYLES OF LADIES', MEN'S AND BOYS' OXFORDS IN TANS, VICI3 AND PATENTS WITH HOSE TO MATCH. THIS ENTIRE NEW SHIPMENT WITH WHAT FOL LOWS IS TO BE SOLD AT NEARLY YOUR OWN FRICES. THAW. ANNULLMENT PAPERS FILED. New York. April 6. Counsel for Evylyn Thaw filed papers in her suit for the annullment of her marriage, in the supreme court. The papers were served on Thaw some weeks ago. OPPOSED TO ALDRICH BILL. Detroit. April 6. The Detroit clear ing house today adopted a resolution opposing the passage of the Aldrich currency bill In any form. o Send a copy of the Homeseeker's edition of The Republican to a friend back east. The postage Is only two cents for the 24 pages of special mat ter, or three cents for the entire issue. CONTEST NOTICE Department of the Interior, United States Land Office. Phoenix Arizona, March 9, 1908. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Barnet H. Lee, contestant, against Homestead entry No. 623, made Feb. 14. 1907. for SE 1-4. Section 32. Township 1 Nv Range 3 E, by Fred Hopkins contestee, in which It is alleged that said Hop kins had wholly abandoned said land for more than six months last past; that he failed and neglected to build a house on said tract, or to make settle ment upon or reside upon or cultivate said land, that same land is In desert condition and has been since entry was made and his absence from the land was not due to service" In the army, navy or marine corps of the U. S., pear, respond and offer evidence touching said alegatlon at 10 o'clock a. m. on May 7. 1908. before register and receiver at Phoenix. Arizona. ' The said contestant having. In a proper affidavit, filed March 9, 1908, set forth facts which show that after be given by due and proper publication, due diligence personal service of this notice can not ba made, it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice FEN a HILDRETH. Receiver. ALSO A FULL LINE OF LADIES' AND MEN'S HIGH SHOES TO BE SOLD AT THE SAME REDUCED PRICES. THE ALfflRE CO. FOOTWEAR EXCLUSIVELY. 27-29 EAST WASHINGTON STREET Phoenix, Arizona t i 5 Orange, garden and alfalfa land. 120 acres fine orange land, $60 per acre. 40 acres first-class orange land, $80 per acre. 160 acres alfalfa, garden or nursery land with private ditch, con tinuous flow, 100 acres cultivated. I signed up In resevoir. $30 per acre. F. J. BARR, 4 WEST ADAMS 8T. This is the Month for Diamonds 'April 's t?e -ronth.for the most beautiful of all precious stones Diamonds. Every one admires them and nearly all are ambitious to possess one. No I'oubt more would wear them could they understand that there !s no other article on earth, except gold bullion, that is as sure, safe and as honest an investment. These two things are the only items v.e know of whose value was not depreciated by the recent linnncial stringency. Take them as an investment; take them as a savings they are better securities and more negotiable than any known substance ex cept gold. We buy only Diamonds of highest quality and pass them along to our patrons with only a modest profit added. F. A. HILDERBRAN & CO., Jewelers SUCCESSORS TO GEO. H. COOK, 10-12 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, : : PHOENIX. A FULL LINE OF GAS RANGE JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. BASE BALL SUPPLIES I carry a complete line of the famous Reach and American goods. The popular LouisviHe Slugger Bats carried in all sizes. . A. W. GALPIN 26 East Washington. Sporting Goods.