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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1908.
2 Hi 1 1 1 1 Hi in: M"!' 1 1 1 i"i"Vi" THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day in tha Year By THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. 1HE QUICK C0NYIC1 ION OF QUONG YU, MERCHANT jH"H"l"M"M"M I -I'l'M-M"!"!' 1 !; A good four-room house with v one and a quarter acres of ground T Little James Fine shade and on the car line The Jury Believed Him Guilty of Com plicity in New York Store Burglary. GEO. W. TICKERS, Pre, and Gaa. Mgr. f for J1350.00. ii ui Jfr'"""-''-"; Exclusive Morning; Associated Press Dispatcher Only perfecting press In Arlsona. The only battery ef Unetypes la Arisoaa. PubUcetloa offloa: - Baat Adaaaa Street Telephone Vain 47. Entered at the poetofflee at Phoenix. Arixeaa, aa mall matter of tie second SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By man. dally, one year IJ JJ Weekly, on year -. Caah In advance. BT CARRIER. Dally, per month ,.TI eta. The Arizona wepunncan la on aale at all of Amor atreet news stand wagons In Los AnKelaa, Saa Diego and Long Beach. BFL PHOENIX. ARIZONA. MAT 17. 1908 OUR GUESTS OF YESTERDAY. Nothing could have been more grati fying to The Republican than the ready response of its friends In Phoenix and the country to the invitation to assist in its house warming yesterday after noon and last night. In the course of the day and evening hundreds Inspect ed the new Quarters of the paper and learned more in a half an hour than we could have told them in a half year of the progress The Republican has been making. Our visitors may have justly felt a personal and proprietary interest in the glittering and whirring machinery and the new building. It was the gen erous patronage and loyalty of the vis itors and others like them that have made these things possible and have built up a paper of which they and the whole community may take a just ifiable pride. The visit of last night will result in bringing The Republican and its friends into still more intimate rela tions than they have hitherto enjoyed, yet the friendliness which has been of a long range character has been mu tually beneficial. How much more beneficial ought this still closer friend liness be. We trust that the visit of ysterday and last night will not be the last, now that the ice has been browen. It may be a long time before The Repub lican will have another housewarming but it will always gladly welcome the guests of yesterday, in a body or sing ly, 365 days in the year. When the door is not standing ajar the latch string is hanging- out. PROTESTS AGAINST FREIGHT RATE ADVANCE. 0 Representatives of more than 300 Commercial organizations met at Chi cago on Friday to protest against the proposed advance in freight rates. An agreement was reached to submit the question to the interstate commerce commission, the finding o that body to be absolute and the courts to be de prived of the power ff review. The railroads have so far not fully decided on an advance of rates. Thev regard that as an alternative of a reduction of wages and point to their monthly reports of earnings and nearly 400,000 idle freight cars as proof that some thing will have to be done. The interesting point of the com mercial organizations 'proposal is the elimination of the right of court re view which was inserted into the Hep burn bill against the most strenuous opposition. We do not see how it could be set aside in this case without an agreement by the railroads to stand by the decision of the interstate com merce commission, an agreement into which the roads could hardly be ex pected to enter if they fully reach a conclusion that !t is better to advance rates than to reduce wages. This, however. Is a matter in which we of the Salt river valley have only an academic interest. We have se cured concessions in rates from the former disadvantageous rates and we have also the promise of still more important concessions. A general advance in rates against which the commercial organizations of the country are protesting would still leave us the comparative advantage Which we have gained. In spite of the trust-busting with which the country has been shaken for the last four yeai. the trusts are be coming more powerful and destructive than ever. Even the tornadoes this season have merged their activities with deadlier effect than usual. These combinations too' - have Invariably engaged In interstate, business this year in unblushing violation of the Sherman a-t and up to this good mo ment neither the department of jus tice nor the government of Oklahoma has taken official Vognizance of at mospheric, outrages which have made the whole country shudder. The Lincoln-Roosevelts of Califor- ' nia were overwhelmed in the state con vention but they fired a Parthian shot which brought down General Otis, their most implacable foe. Thus the shorn lambs somewhat tempered the wind of defeat. j if i A .t. f i i?nt !! til STTTTTTTT Concerning the Opening and Inspec tion of The Republican's New Home. I was out to The . Republican's Openin' last night. They was Every body there. I Notised some Presby terian and some Democrats. They was Methodists an' Merchants and Plumbers an' Probishnists. I seen some Bankers an' Babtis' an' Bar tenders an' several Barbers after th" Shops closed at Nine o'clock. They was a lot of Ladies all Good Looking. Some wore Silk an' some Didn't. Some of 'em was clad Peek aboo Wastes jist accord in1 to th' Climate of the Wearer. They was a lot of Childern 'at dropped in to learn all about Jernalism which was Spred out before th' Multitood ' so's 'at everybody could see how it was at a Glance. They was some Sientists. in th' Crowd . They was wun feller what said 'at he was a Entomoilygist 'at was Instrusted in Insex. He sez to th' Foreman of th' Composin' Room sez he: I" been hearin' about Tipe Lice all my life but I never seen none but I don't never 'spect to now. I 'spose sence you got th'' Linnertype Masheens 'at th' Tipe Louse is a Extinck Speshious." "No," th' ' Foreman Replize, "but they ain't quite so thick as they was Formally but we got a Few Speci ments left. Lemme show 'em to you. Do you see 'em Crollin' around on this here Stone? Now, look Closte. Hold your face down a little Nearder. "Wow!" yells th' Entymollygist as be wiped Dirty Flooid offn his Face: "theyre onplesant Insex, aint they?" "Did you see 'em?" asts th' Fore man. . "I jist Cot a Glimpse of 'em when they Spit onto me," replize th' En tymollygist. They was some fokes present 'at sez 'at a Noospaper wasn't jist what they thot It was from Reedln' its Coiums. Wun Young Lady of a Spiritule Disposishun sez 'at she ex pected to Reconnize th' Relijus Edtor by findin' him at Prair but she sez she cuddent tell him Turn any of th' rest. Most of 'em sez at th Devle lived up to his Name betterin' any other Member of th' Staff only he didn't have no Clovein' Hoofe but his Countenance was Classicle, all Rite. They was Refreshments fer all. Fer th' Probishionists an' th' other Temprance Peepie, they was Red Lemonade and fer invalids which was sufferin' Turn Brooses an' Con tooshuns received in fallin' off th' Watter V.'aggin they was a gentle coolin' Emollyent which was Calcy lated to Redoose Inflammashun. They was wun man 'at sez "What's this about Callin' "30" 'at I read so much about it. I wisht you'd have 'em Call "30" so's 'at I could hear it." He was told 'at it wuddent never do at that time of Nite fer in some mysteryous way which nobody don't Understand, when "30's" Called all th' Masheenry stops the Lites goes out an' everybody goes home. They told him 'at if he'd wait till It begun to get Daylight he'd heer th' Fatle call of "30." It was a Grate visit. Everybody enjoyed it an' nobody more'n Th' Re publican so they told me fer I Stayed Around till they Extinguisht th' Lites an' bid me Good Mornin.. LITTLE JAMES. - As usual at the Air Dome an ap propriate Sunday .night program of motion pictures and songs, the fea ture picture being "Shanis O'Brien." Giionesf Navajo One Lot $8.00 to u $14.00 to $20.00 to Leather Pillows One Lot Price $7.00, now $3.50 $S $4 if tt Everything else will be sold at prices far below what competition can offer. Remember we are determined to close this stock out at some price. We in vite inspection. Old mission Museum BENHAM & BRI2ARD CO PROPS. BACK OF THE COURT HOUSE Quong Yu, the Chinese merchant, was yesterday afternoon found guilty of complicity with Arvisa in the sys tematic burglary of the New York store for some time previous to the dis covery of the crime ls. December, when Arvisa was caught in the act. A few days later he confesed implicat ing the Chinaman. His. confession was partially con firmed by the finding of manv of the stolen, goods in Quong Yu's place of business. They were found under the blankets of his bed. 'There were sev eral hundred dollars' worth of them but how much more had preceded them and been disposed of could only be guessed at. The trial of Quong Yu began dn Fri day afternoon and just before the hour of adjournment a jury was secured and excused until the regular hour for opening court. Kiball Pomeroy, one of the members of the jury, returned to his home at Mesa where he found a state of affairs which be believed call ed for his prolonged absence. It was a boy. Yesterday morning Mr. Pome roy telephoned the court as to the stat us of affairs. Nothing could be done about it im mediately for all the jurymen who had not been impaneled in this case had been excused until 11 o'clock. At that hour another jury was made u for the trial of Quong Yu. Before It had been fully Qualified the court told the members that If they anticipated the occurrence of such an accident as had prevented the re-appearance of Mr. Pomeroy the court desired to be in formed. Not a member acknowledged the imminence of such an Incident and the trial proceeded. . It did not take long to put the testi mony in. There . was some . doubt whether it would be possible to secure a conviction on the charge of burglary though it seemod easy to convict the Chinaman of having received stolen goods. As to his actual participation in the crime of burglary there was nothing but the word of the accom plice supported by the fact that the stolen goods were found in llio pos session, of the defendant. There was a nice point here but evidently did not worry the 'jury for the verdict was quickly returned. Yesterday was the time set for pass ing sentence on Arvisa but the matter was set over to May 20 . It the case of Tom Johnson, who had been convicted the day before of assault with a deadly weaion, the passing of sentence was continued to May 2. In the case of Clara Kinney against J. K. McCarthy and others the mo tion of Cecile McCarthy for an order for the' release of J6.000 garnisheed In the hands of the Phoenix National Bank was granted. There was an or der of confirmation of the final re port of the receiver of the Eastern Sugar company, and in the matter of. the appeal of the Sugar company and other defendants' in the sultrf of the Detroit Trust company, the clerk of the court was given until Julv 1 to prepare the papers. In the case of the Appropriators' Canal company against W. A. Giles and otners the motion of the defendants for a new trial was denied and notice of appeal was given. In the diimage suit of Lizzie C. Norton against J. F. Donald the plaintiff was given permission to file counter affidavits to the affidavits of the defendant in support of a mo tion for costs. , o IN MESA Roadmaster Dilly and wife of the M. & P. spent yesterday in Mesa the guests of friends. Blankets $12.00, now $5.00 $20.00, " $7.00 $30.00, " $10.00 - oo, . " $2.50 - oo, " $2.00 ON JEFFERSON STREET Talksl A five-room, brick house with T J. good barn and other out-build- X ings. Fine shade: trees and palms. The grounds are 200x 300 feet. In the highest part of the city. For J4000.00. '. '. 15 acres in alfalfa, located In the orange belt ftor $200 an acre 1 f Greene & Griffin, f I Real Estate and Investment Co. 127 N. Center St. Phone, Main 65 ,H"H"M"M"H"1 .l..H"M"M H H H Open Until Mid-night FOR WE Boehmer's Highland Linen Writing Paper, 114 double sheet to the pound, at 30 Cents Fine Linen Envelopes, 15c per package, 2 for 25c. A. L. BOEHMER, THE DRUG STORE, . SEE OUR FRONT WINDOW. Summer Time Meats , J3very housewife is particular about having only the finest meat during this kind of weather. We supply this desire with great satis faction. Phone an order and see about it. "PARTICULAR PEOPLE EAT STURGEON'S MEAT."' INDEPENDENT MARKET J. E. STUCEON & CO. Phone Main 297. 1-3 West Washington Street. ALWAYS CLEAN. HAVE YOU TRIED The California We buy only the best in the market THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT 44-45 EAST ADAMS 8TREET. Everything New, Nice and Clean. Private Family Dining Room. CHARLIE, LINO & CO, Prop. Garden City j Cooleat and Cleanest Place in Town to Eat Nice private room, (or partlei j and families. Short orders. REGULAR MEALS 25c I No. 12 and 24 East Washington Street I CHARLEY LOO CHUCK. Proprietor. PROFESSIONAL; NOTARY PUBLIC ; MISS B. E. MORS EI First class dress, j making. Recommended by Mrs. j Pauline D. Beller. 513 South Cen I ter street ! PATENT ATTORNKYS-Fatenti. rooyrieht. trademRtkf American and foreitn. JAMKH R. TOWNSESI), 430 Bradbury building, Las Aiigeles. Cat. E. E. PASCOE. Notary Public, Con veyancing a specialty Acknowledg ments taken. 110 NorthyConter St DR. W. S. LOWE, Veterinarian. Office 17 N. 1st Ave. Office Pbone, Red 1223. Res. Phone. County 44. ENGINEERS AND METALLURGISTS J Q. A . King, Asfiayer & Metallnrgixt, Mining Milling, Hmeltlng and Irrigation Machinery 18 X. ttecond Ave. Phoenix. Aria BARNETT E. MARKS, Attorney and Counsellor. Office 411 Fleming Bldg., Phoenix. Ariz. Patents secured. G. A. ROBERTS, Expert Masseur. Massage given at your home. Phone Red 1464. 12 N. Tentfc Ave. ' CHIROPODIST. Painless removal of Corns, 50 cents each. Bunions, Moles and Warts, removed by electricity Ingrow ing Toenails a spe cialty. Men, Ladles and Children treated day. or evenings. Opposite Republican office. Phone Red 72. FRANK SHIRLEY. You may search the whoie , world over but you cannot secure better sum mer seeds than you can right here. Induce a good harvest by planting our Sorphum, Kaffir Corn, Milo Maize, German Mi lot. HILL'S SEED HOUSE PHOENIX, ARIZONA Standard tires at 25 jer cent off. Repairing. LInsey's, 112 E. Adams. FOR SALE 10 acres on North 7th X St., $3,000.00. 6 acres North Center, $3750.00. 25 acres on Tempe road, $4200.00. Five room residence Grand Ave., windmill and tank, two lots. highly improved. $1600.00. 80 acres iv11 Imnroved. l&ft.OO ner ' acre IfiO acres Buckeye, improved, $40.00. F. I Barr, 4 West Adams. 10 DAYS WILL SELL PROMPT SERVICE TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. PROMPT SERVICE. Restaurant 33 N. 1st. Ave. and our cooking speak, for itself. Restaurant r EASTERLING & WHITNEY I UNDERTAKERS Ml W. Washington tt. Phoenix, Arizona. You Must Stop FOR A WARM ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHT'S REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA. ARIZONA. The HOFFMAN Everthlng First Class Famous Tony Faust Beer on Draught JACK GIBSON, Proprietor. Everything New and Up-to-date Call and see us; our work la first class and our prices low. Give us a trial and we will please you both with our work and prices. Johnson & Remsbottom Practical Plumbers, 22 N. Sec ond Street Phone Black 541. Repair work promptly taken care of. THE HOTEL AT HOLLYWOOD. An Ideal family resort whore the Arizona people are spending their summer vacation. Situated mid-way between Capital $100,000.00 The National Bank of Arizona, AT PHOENIX. We want you to test our capacity for handling business. We have ample capital and a force of trained help that knows how to do banking business right. j EMIL GANZ, President. S. OBEBFELDER, Cashier. SOL LEWIS, Vice. President J. J. SWEENEY, Assist. Cashier. -i-H--M-t' 'H- ! W. F. NICHOLS. President. M. SWETXAM. GEO. Vice-President. UNION BANK & TRUST CO. 30 NORTH CENTER ST. GENERAL BANKING PROMPTNESS, COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION. All Kinds of ENGINE BARGAINS at Kunz Bros. & Messinger MACHINE Phone Red 821. YEE SING'S AMERICAN HITCH EfT Parties aerved with extra fine real Chinese China dishes.. Private reoma and family style when desired. Sing d oes all his own pastry. For a good dinner on apecirj occasions or at ord inary times come to Sing's new Amer. ican Kitchen. 33 North Center Street, Phcenix, Arizona. HH;HtnHi-W-i"r-H' 1"! I 'M" t . . ... Col. Randolph by MENDOCINO (3) 2:194 Sire of Monte Carlo 2:074 and others in the ten list. Dam by Mambrino Wilkes, sire of several in 2:15 list Service fee, 315.00 for the season. Old race track. Y i i J. K. WHEAT. Owner. ijjj 1llillII;tI;iiii,.iiii,.i..i..H-Hs.; GOLD HOTEL ANTON GOLD. Prop. 3rd and Washington Sts. Hot and Cold Baths free for reg ular roomers. Nice cool rooms $7.00 per month and upwards. Summer rates. Come and look at them. FORD HOTEL GRILL CHICKEN STEAKS AND CHOPS HOME MADE PASTRY Anheuser Export Beer on Draught ELASTICON OR RUBBER ROOF PAINT. ALSO 2 HORSEPOWER ELECTRIC MOTOR. CHEAP. Morden's BIG SECOND HAND STORE. 407 E. WASH. PHONE BLK. 64. it I i I I 1 H ;,!;, i j ; H ; ; .j,. FRESH STOCK of I Hearsey Tires I Just received at the $ Phone Red 14S. 2 doors S of PO. ! '. I Stewart&Templin the City and Sea. Kates $12. ..0 up. Surplus $100,000.00 1 ! K-W-M--K' !: K- : No wonder he laughs Every man with a fat bank account can afford to lough. Also take a "smile" once in a while. Put your money in the bank now, where it will bo drawing interest that you can spend latter on. We will be glad to have your ac count, and talk to you about our method of paying you interest. The Valley Bank OF PHOENIX. H. LUTGERDIXG, Cashier. WORKS. Corner Second and Adam. St. PHOENIX, ARIZ. I Freight and Baggage carefully and quickly handled. Stor j age at reasonable rates. I Pioneer and Consolidated ! Transfer and Storage Go. j Baggage office. 11 North Center St i Telephone Main 143. ! General office, 42 South Center St Telephone Main 74. THE PALACE PRE3COTT, ARIZONA Strictly on the European plan. Rooms ! by the day, week or month. Finest bar and club rooms In the Southwest BROW, SMITM & BELCHER ! PROPRIETORS. RANCHERS If you want to save time and water and money, havo your ditches lined with CEMENT or HYDRAULIC LIME. For par ticulars apply to Frenctiy, the Cement Man who also makes Cement Posts. Box 192. Phone Main 269. CALIFORNIA WINE & LIQUOR CO. Port 11.00 Claret Spl. Riesling satiterne 'has?ela '.model . Seraillon a a xxx xxxx bhcrry ll.Oii Zanfandel l,r. Burgundy J..V (irenarhe 1.7r l.;V. 1.75 2.0H 1AI 1.60 ( artxtfirrt 2.0i Cresta rtlanra tfi.-eb bl .Spk. Burgundy J. F. Cutter Whfsky. Hermitage, Old i Taylor. Ambassador, King of Ken tucky and a hundred more of the best quality, and a full line of Cordials. Special price for barrel. Hot Lunch at Richelieu Saloon. 19-21 South Center St McKanna 3Day Liquor Cure Co. 33-35 NORTH SECOND AVENUE