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GROCERY FOR SALE Good Gro
cery. Hay anil Grain Business for sale n reasonable terms. E. E. Paseoe, 110 North Center Street. THE AMZONA EEPUBLICAN FOR RENT FURNISHED: Five room brick, two screen rooms, fine shaile, lawn, hot and cold water, gas, electric lights, bath; close in. E. E. Paseoe, 110 North Center Street. EIGHTEENTH TEAK. 10 PAGES - PHOENIX, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 20 1908 JO PAGES VOL. XVIII. NO 34 1 A CATHOLIC GENTURY NEW YORK ARCH DIOCESE Its Impressive Celebration by the Gathered Prelates of the Country . Witnessed by Thronging Thousands-Chid Figures in tlie Ceremonies, tlie Irish Cardinal and the Apos tolic Delegate, Monsignor Faleonio. months the stock will have a definite market value. Hrown also gave up the cipher code no.:k used by hiniseif. Waiter J. Cirt-n-U and John and James 'Treadwell. This code is secret and original, each "f the owners having a copy. Cook said unhesitatingly that the code con tained a key to the letters wiii(Ji have been in tlie possessirn of Brown, to whom they were written by Bartnett and the Treadwells. The letters are now in a safe in the district attorney's oi l ice. DESIGNS ON THE FLEET. French Plans For the Entertainment of the Officers. Paris. April 2$. The American club in Paris is arranging to entertain and dine the officers of the American bat tleship fleet when the vessels reach tb Mediterranean on their way around j the world. The banquet will be given enner nere or at some .Meaiterranenjj port. Xew York. April JK. Not since the, church throughout the world express List plenary council in Baltimore has I ed hope that the good work would con there been such a gathering of thotinue. and closed by saying that he Cutholie hierarchy as that which as-I sent a blessing to the archbishop of .enbled Today at St. Patrick's cathed ral and offered public liiunkigiving for the completion of a hundred years of Catholicism in Xew York. With two exceptions every' archbishop in the country was present, all the lejidinjc bishops and numerous heads of relig ious orders. Mgr. Faleonio. the apostolic dele gate, represented the Vatican. The thanksgiving was in the form of a j'ontifici.i mass, the celebrant being another prince of the church, Cardina' J.ogue of Ireland. Close to C.rtlin per sons gathered in the cathedral long h&fi.re mass began nnd as many more stood on Filth avenue. There were 15" j-nliconien about the Gothic edi fice i'lit they had no difficulty in keeping order, for those who could no gel inside remained on Fifth avenue and cross streets, viewing the proces sion ot cl'Tgy from the college in Madison avenue to the Fifth avenue entrance to the cathedral. At exactly 11 o'clock hundreds of surplioed clergy tiled out of the col lege in pairs, followed bv some fifty bishops, their chaplains and tlie mon eignors clad in purple raiment. These were followed by representatives of the numerous religious orders. Jesuits, j Dominicans. Franciscans, Passionists. C.irnielit's. Henedictines and Abbot roc-lit. h:-ad of the Trappists of Gethst.nia.nt:, Ky. Then came the high ranks of prelatcy. the archbishops. Finally t!ie crowds gathered at Fiffli avenue could behold the figure of the Irish cardinal roleti in red. a prince of the church. - . As soon as the chaplain turned into Fifth avenue, the crowds greeted him with enthusiastic infers. The j Xew Y'ork and all the people. At the close of the ceremony. Mgr. Faleonio imparted a blessing in the pope's name. The entire congregation stood and led by the cardinals and aehbtshops, sang the Te Deum in English. . Letters of congratulations were re ceived from numerous public officials, including President Rooseevlt. After the services the clergy of the arch diocese gave a dinner to the vis iting prelates at the cathedrar college. Addresses 'were made by Mgr. Faleonio Cready, Cardinal Logue. Archbishop Ryan and other prelates. Mgr. Falconno, the apostolic dele gate, was the celebrant tonight at pontificial vespers. Archbishop Cllen non, the youngest archbishop in Amer ica, preached the sermon. Six thousand children will gather at the cathedral and give thanks tomorrow. Bishop Burke of Albany will he the ceWbrant at mass. BASEBALL ONE TOWN WORN OUT Santa Barbara too Small tor the fleet The Sailors Are Left Large ly' to Their Own Devices. not should remain at the hotel in charge of a third bailiff. The testimony today was almost en tirely a repetition of that given at the lormer trials. PHOENIX P. O. Takes Another Lease on its Present Quarters. J. Dalzell Brown Is Furnishing Valua ble Information to the Authorities. San Francispo. April -'S. J. Dalzell P'i.ivii. vice president and manager of the California S:ife Dei-osit r.nd Trust c irii'anj'. under jsentenc". of eighteen months at San Quentin for cir.bczziing sfi-urbics held in trust, today gave in formation to K. J. I.f-brcton. receiver cardinal lifted his right hand. Jmme-jof the bank, which will add Jl.nnii.noo diat"!; the cheers hushed, the crowds to the fund for the depositors, fell on their knees and he blessed j He hIso to'd facts to the receiver them. Then he passed into the ca- ; and to Assistant .District Attorney C0NVIC1ED BANKtR GIVING THINGS IP thoflral. The cardinal was escorted to the archbishop's throne aid there i-ucd lor mass. At the end of th. gospel Cardinal Gibbons walked slowly into the sanc tuary arel bowed first to the represen tative iif the ope, Alr. F.di opio. anil Ue n to the Irish cardinal. A moment Win. H"ff4'ook. which had the eft'ifl of causing I breton to decide to keep the KUiorailo Lumber company, the Carnegii brickworks and the glass works at Stockton going at a profit for rile benefit if depositors. That Brow.nV relation of the where abouts of the securities, which will National League. At Boston R. II. K. Xew York 3 3 Boston 2 8 2 Batteries Taylor. Malarkey, Wiltze and tSrcsnuhan: Dorner. Lindatnan and Rowerman, At Brooklyn R. H. E. Philadelphia 5 2 1 Brooklyn 1 7 2 BatteriesSparks and Dooin; Wil helm am! Bergen. Washington. I). C. April 28. (Spe cial) The postmaster general has ac cepted the proposal of the Valley Bank of Phoenix. Ariz., to lease quar ters in the postoffice for five years from September 1st. The postmaster at Douglas has been allowed one carrrier from May 1st. The lease taken by the post office from the Central Avenue Improvement company will expire on September 1. Since It was executed the property- Santa Barbara. April 28. There wer; 'passed into the hands of the Home no fixed features in Santa Barbara" ' Savings Bank and Trust company. entertainment program in honor of the! and thence into the possession of the Atlantic battleship fleet today, the of-1 present owner, the Valley Bank. ficers and men being largely allowed 0 to pursue their own ways. Many men went to Los Angeles to spend the day and will overstay their leaves which expire at 1 a. m. The amusements of fered the bluejackets of Santa Barbara are naturally rather meager owing to the size of the city. They consist large ly of flying horses, shooting galleries and a large variety of catch penny af-J Prices and Volume of Business Better LOOKS LIKt OLD TIMES IN THE STOCK MARKET fairs brought here for the occasion. The dancing on the canvas covered asphalt ocean boulevard each evenlng ia the only picturesque feature of the. bluejackets' entertainm'ent. They seem to enjoy it hugely however, and when Than Since Last October Xew York. April 28 The stock market today gave a striking demon stration of strength and expanded substantially in volume. Several se- American League. At Xew York R. H. E. Boston sr ..4 Xew York 7 n 2 Patt. ries C.iiize. Burchill snd' Car rigan: X'ewtcn and Kleinow. At Cleveland R. H. E. Cleveland n is Detroit 5 7 3 Batteries Clarkson. Joss and Bem is; Kiilian. Mullin and Thomas. At St. Louis )1 innings) R. H. E. St. Louis 4 9 2 Chicago 3 jj 2 Batteries Graham. . Dineen anil Spencer: Smith and Sullivan. j I At Philadelphia R. H. E. ! Washington fin Philadelphia 4 6 2j Batteries C. Smith and Street: ! Plank. Mdxueii. Carter. Powers arid : S. Snvth. . I Coast League. At Portland R. H. E. Portland 7 7 a Sa:i Francisco 1 4 0 Batteries Kinseila and Madden; HcmIpv. Jones ami Berry. At Los Angles R. H. E. Los Angeles 7 X 4 Oakland T : ti ) 2 Batteries Randolph andv Kocstn.-r; Easterly. Hardy and Slatterv. SIX ASPHYXIATED. lat r Cardinal Ui'obons mounted the give a million more to the depositors pulpit and delivered a masterly and is b'dieveii to be correct is vouched for comprehensive discourse in which he by Cook and by Hiram Johnson, at reviewed the history of tije Catholic vtornev for Brown. They expressed church in Xew York and paid a beau- j themselves as sanguine that the re tiful tribute to the Irish immigrants. ! c ivcr will secure possession of the Archbishop Farley after the sermon read a message of congratulation from i'o:c Pius X in which the head of the property, which is Western Pacific stock of the estimated value of $1,000. Oi'iO p:r. In another year or eighteen "COSART" ON A TANK IS A GUARANTEE We are always busy because we do It right GOSART PLUMBING COMPANY' IS to 30 North Second Ave. Phoenix, Arizona, Phone Main 28S. Res. Main" UO. One of the Victims Did Not Under stand the Gas Jet. Xew York. April 2K, The bodies of six unknown Italians, sirpposed to be miners from Midvalc."pa.. were found In a room on the third floor of a Greenwich street lodging house late today. The gas was turned on and the coroner stated that the men had been dead several hours. The appearance of the gas jet Indicated that one of the men turned out the light and did not fully close the stop. Are You Particular? We are. and if you are particular about having your plumbing in stalled carefully and in the best possible manner, let us have the job. We'll guarantee to please you. A full stock of high-grade fix tures always on hand. Call and see them, and let us give you an esti mate on your work. D. H. BURTIS PLUMBING AND TINNING. l' East Washington St. Phoenix. Arizona, ; . --:;; w. I 4 i -"1 1 v ! W P-acycies ana bi cycle tires of all kinds. Many are taking advantage of the low priced bicycles now on sale. Griswold & Co. Th Bicycl Man. 34-36 W. Adams St .j ..j.., ... w.te,i stocks were raost conspicuously gives out they dance with each other. Btrons am, carr.d to a ni)t It is no easy task to provide partners touch, sincp somp e for a thousand or more dancing sailor finan,.iaI ,ast 0ctober. r;nInn mf""' ....,. i Pacific was a conspicuous leader in For the officers today there was a the rjoe movempn, and rw.ovema garden party this afternoon and this moro , proportion thm anv otner ln evening, a dance at the Country club.'t, s,0(k ,ist Tf)p saWn aJsa wre the A number of luncheons and tea parties; ,arw!t the jc (f f)c on Jhe battleships were given to the t,Jpr The niovpment waa spottv an(, junior officers. uneven, some prominent stocks com At intervals today the fleet was en- ln ,ar(liv ,n,( thp mvemont and tirely lost ti view in the fog banks.somp fajHn(? to rfspond t a , )p during the afternoon the sun shone fonm.r ,.lasa wpre.metal industrials, several hours through the mist, butj Xf,rthern Pacific was especially toward everjing the heavy banks werei strengthpnpd by a renewal of the old lowered over the ships again. Officers SIipcllIativ runiors of an intended report that many of the men are over-, ,argp pxtra dii,trhut,on of profit!)i staying their liberty due to the large Bond, WPrp lt.reguiar number that have gone to Los Aneelesi v instead of remaining at Santa Bar bara. j Lieutenant Commander W. Carey Cole, navieating officer of the Kansas. left tonight for San Francisco. While here he had been ordered to take com mand of the naval patrols to be estab lished in that city during the stay o the fleet ther - This police du!y is one o" extreme importance and Cole hj selected for the post by the personal direction of Admiral Thomas. He is an officer of ability and excellent judg ment. The system of landing armed patrols from eah of the ships of the At la pro hunrlHnir :inv rliittnn lien t s nmonir the men. Their respect for the authority : s'"' :''""7' a,'" 8,1 fu,ur'a of their own officers and shipmates Is f ,S- -'"v " was w,ak in supreme. Cole was sent In advance f , t Price were unchanged, lke was the fleet's coming to San Francisco to I"" t H2.I2',i.f. I2..i,. ' map out districts and plan the exten- " 12- "! casting at $12,250 she work if the patrols there. j B ' The fleet leaves here on Thursday! , ,vas "1'fhangcil at CI3 in Lon- morning. The dance of flowers in ! Really it was firm and a shad honor t.f the officers is a feature of,1,"11"" H.OnSH.0.,. t..m,.- r.rran. .-M iier u.tlllie.i to j.:i in me LXn 0- 5TOCKS. Amalgamated Copper Gft'i. American Smelting 46i. Atchison 79. Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul 127;, Xew .York Central 100. Pennsylvania 131 Mt. Reading Wi. Southern Pa cific 7Si. Fniori Pacific 13"i. I. S. Stifl 3ii. pfi. lei. ... METALS. New York. April ii. There was . nl' a stvrp arK-tin in th London 'tin market, sjiot closing at 142 10s and futures , at 141 Lis. Locally it sympathy. NEWSPRINT INQUIRY A JOCULAR AFFAIR The Special House .Committee Assumes a Hostile Attitude Toward the Investigation It is Intimated That the Hearst Fapers Are Not In Sympathy With the Publishers' Association's Movement for Belief. . tenth- fleet at every port visited wa3 f"5" , an1 . r.ved the most successful means of rajig.hg from J31.4.,T. 31 ,0 I Copper was hvWer In London, with THE FORD BRIBFRY JURY WEARY OF THEIR WORK They Petition the Court to Hurry the Case Along by Means of Night Sessions. Secure Positive Protection for Your Valuables One of the moat Important acts of prudence la to place your ralu ables bey old the reach of fire and theft This protection can be obtained by renting a Safe Deposit Box in our Fire and Burglar-Proof Vaulte. We hare the only fcllly quipped Safety Iep08lt Vau'tu la tbla city. Special room for custoruera. PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK PHOENIX, ARIZONA The Prescoit National Bank, Prescott, 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 We Pay Highest Cash Prices For Old Gold and Silver and Precious Stones SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES ON WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. NFRTmHMAIM Manufacturing Jeweler X l.llLlVlXi.l l Removed to 33 W. Washington Street. An Orange Grove for Sale We have a desirable orange grove for sale at a price that is attractive Olive Grove and Orange Land We have a well located 40 acres for sale, of which 20 are in bearing olive trees- Will di vide and also arrange for part time.. Can get water at ence, which is a large advantage. Please observe that both the above are producing income now. Is that what you want? Some thing that's increasing in value and at the same time producing an income? J W. J, MURPHY REAL ESTATE, First Ave. and Adams St TELEPHONE MAIN 19 , "San Francisco. April 2S The jury In the Fortl case today protested to JiiflKe Lawlor asain.st the length to which the trial wan being extended and the inconvenience they were suf-fi-ring in consequence. Through a ba liff they Kent a message to the judge asking that night sessions be held, as their business interests were suffering in their prolonged absence. Judge Liawlor took up the matter at the close of the session todny and . told the jury he was satisfied with the progress of the case. He thought it might work a hardship on the attor neys and stenographers to order night sessions, but as a compromise he pro posed an evening at the theater for. the jurymen. At this the jury disa greed, as some wanted to go for a walk, thinking that fresh air was what they most needed. The final settle ment was that those who wished to do so should walk. ,and those who did don market, but was quiet and un changed at $4.fi0'f?4.6j locally. Iron was lower in the English mar ket, with standard foundry at 50s and Cleveland warrants at 51s 3d. Th? lo ctil market was unsettled, with $o. 1 foundry northern at $17.50i 18.00. No. 2. 17.00fi 17.5, Xo. 1 southern and No. 1 southern soft $18.50. CATTLE AND SHEEP.' Chicago. April 28. Cattle receipts 2.000; market easy. Beeves i4.50i3 T.lo. westerns $4.6oi&" 3.30. stockers and feeders J3.50W5.G3, cows and heifers $2.40 6.40. 'calves H.'.OiS 6.25. Sheep receipts 14.000. Natives $4.60 6.25. westerns $4.75b 6.40. yearlings 6.50ft 7.00. lambs $8.00ifr7.60. westerns $6.0fii 7.60. BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING1. PHOENIX ACADEMY 'AND BUSI NESS COLLEGE. Common branches. $4.00 per month. High School course, $6.0 per month. The L AMSON BUSINESS COLLEGE Phoenix, Arizona, IMPORTANT. KELLEY BUGGY RUBBER IS HANDLED AND PUT ON ONLY BY Phoenix Cycle Go,. 22 to 26 W. Adams St. Phone Red 524 anaVatTirHasI La LOOK! This below c'.ianges every few days and it w ill pay you to watch same. A bargain in a new modern bri:k bouse, easy ttrms. HENRY & COSTLY. 15 N. 1s: Ave. 3C Washington. April 28. Before the select committee f the house Inves tigating the subject ..f tariff on wood pulp as affecting the price of news print paper, and also whether there is a combination of papermakers in restraint of trade. John H. Norris. representing the paper committee of the American Newspaper Association to day submitted further evidence in sup port of the association's charges that such a combination exists and that the price of paper has been arbitrarily raised. He refuted the contention of the manufacturers that this increase of price ha been partially due to higher freight rates, and submitted a com munication from the interstate com merce commission showing that freight rates from the principal mills to the large consuming points, from which it appeared with one or two exceptions that there had been no increase in several years and In two instances the statement showed a reduction of rates. : The members of the committee ask ed Norris many questions about the closing of the Canadian mills. Mann remarked that it seemed rather strange that with the great advance in the price of paper and the opportunity of the Canadian mills to furnish paper at a high price they should be com pelled to close at this time because they could not operate profitably. He thought the publishers association should seize the opportunity to acquire the miMs To that suggestion Norris replied that the association received on an! average three propositions a week j containing "pportuuitieft for U'f? Wu- I lioti misprint paper mills in Cana da with limitless timber tracts and ntmifrmiK power sites. He said that one consular report showed that in the province of Quebec there were 745.oiio.OnO cords' of wood pulp timber, "enough to keep the United States in spruce wood for ail paper manufac ture for over 200 years if there was not a particle of reproduction in other Canadian forests." Norris was subjected to a cross fire of questions by the committee bearing upon the quantity of paper consumed by the Hearst publications. Norris asserted that those publications took one fourth of the entire output of the International Paper company, or 300 tons a day. 'Do you know at what rate Hearst gets the paper?" Mr. Mann inquired. Norris said he knew only from street go.-sip. Asked by Mr. Stafford if there had been any talk about Hearst's con tract, Norris said there had been a considerable. Norris volunteered th statement that the New York. Journal is not in sympathy with the present Inquiry. That the vast forest resources of the Pacific coast are available for pulp was referred to by Mr. Norris but he said that because of insufficient waterpower advantage could not be taken of the opportunity to take th timber. Mr. Mann called his attention to the proposition in congress for wa ter rights on Snake river. Washington, which he said the president announced his intention to veto. "Why don't you go up to the pres ident and use your influence with him?" he inquired. "If you knew how amusing your talk is to me," said Norris. "you would appreciate some of the things you are saying." HAWAIIAN GOVERNOR LANDS. San Francisco. April 28. Governor W. F. Frear of Hawaii arrived today on the steamer Alameda to attend the conference of governors called by President Roofevelt to meet in Wash ington soon. He is accompanied by Mrs. Frear. ' u!!iiiiiiiiimiiiiiuinimiiiinn!iiiiiiiiir Fine Ranch $5o.oo per acre. - 360 acres 1 ALL CLEARED AND FENCED. 100 ACRES IN GRAIN. HOUSE. 1 WELL AND CORRALS. S For particulars see or write 2 j DWIGHT 6. HEARD I S Corner Center and Adams, city. S iiiiiiiiiiiiuiiriiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiii Pool Room i and Bowling Alley' Business For Rent or Sale Easy Terns. - Phone or "rlte. W. J. KINGSBURY TEMPE, ARIZ. Will Duplicate for Less. I will duplicate any article in the Curio line for less and guar antee to give you far better goods No matter where bought or under what condition and I am ready at any time to back every statement, guarantee every transaction or refund if wanted. Try me, These are facts for you to bear in mine! before getting caught. pRLv.BA'LKE'-i -U. S; LICENSED INDIAN TRADER ' Proprietor of the Big Curio Store on Adams Street where All Curios are Genuin.