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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1903.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Dy in the Year By THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. GEO. W. VICKERS. Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. Publication office: Corner Second and Adams strets. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mail, daily, one year Weekly, one year . .1900 .. 2.00 Cash In advance. BY CARRIER, per month 75 ct- Daily, The Arlsona Republican Is on sale at all of Amos' street news stand wagons In Los Angeles, San Diego and Long Beach. PHOENIX. ARIZONA, JUNE 5, 1908 WHEN "WITNESSES DIVERGE. In the course of the Carr trial yester day the district attorney complained with an appearance of bitterness that some of the people's witnesses had "thrown him down;" that their testi mony at the trial was not the same as that given in the grand jury room and on which the indictment had been drawn. The inference might be that the district attorney thought the wit nesses were lying. That was not necessarily so and not probably so. It is in the experience of all men that it is not always easy to 'tell or understand the same story. In the same way twice unless the condi tions are the same in both instances. The conditions surrounding the wit ness stand and those prevailing in the grand jury room are radically differ ent. At the trial there are two sides striving to bring out two contradictory stories and as a result the truth which Is said always to He in the middle is arrived at. The grand" jury room Is a dark and Inquisitorial chamber, the most use less ' and senseless of all the institu tions which have been preserved from the early days of modern civilisation. The old sheet iron covered plowshare is less of an anachronism in these early years of the twentieth century. There was a time when the grand jury served a purpse; hen it was designed io protect the citizen from the accuser and to prevent him from being hurried to punishment with improper haste. The grand Jury stood between him and the crown. If it entertained any sym pathy that sympathy was with him. The need for the grand jury long since passed away but it yet lingers, not a protection of the accused but as an instrument to facilitate the work of his accusers. On exparte testimony it sends him before the trial Jury with a stigma of guilt which could not be fixed by any other manner of his commitment for trial. The grand jury hears the worst about the ac cused. All the testimony ofered is de signed to show that he is guilty. There is no word in favor of his Innoncence. The examination of grand Jury wit nesses tends to bring out only damag ing facts. The atmosphere is charged with accusation. WItnesess may be in possession of information which would be favorable to the accused. If it were brought out it might result in the dismissal of the charges against him, but it is not brought out, usually for the reason that it is not wanted. Very often the witness who has told his damaging story to the grand Jury, leaves the room with the impression that he has told the whole story. What he has not been permitted to tell he regards as unessential. He then goes before the trial jury with the story which the inquisition chamber has fixed in his mind and unless the whole truth is drawn out of him by rigid cross examination he unintentionally keeps back all that he was forced to withhold from the grand jury. He is therefore regarded as a truth ful witness for he has told the same story twice though he did not tell it in its essential whole-truthfulness either time. . On the other hand, a witness freed from the poisoned atmosphere of ac cusation, in the hands of a skillful ex aminer pours forth a story which seems to be a dilution of his statement to the grand jury. It Is in fact a di lution. It has been weakened by that part of the truth which was repressed in the grand Jury room. It is a differ ent story, for which the witness is to be oommended rather than condemned. WARNING AGAINST TETANUS The esteemed New York Tribune feels impelled to issue an early warn ing against the perils of tetanus, say ing that all over the land children and youth to the number of scores, perhaps hundreds, are practically marked for slaughter and will in about six weeks' time die in excru ciating agony. This scourge, it says, in many respects resembles hydro phobia, and incomparably exceeds that, dread destroyer in the extent of Its ravages. It believes that more people die of tetanus every year in this country than have died of hydropho bia since the republic was fou.nd.e4. The disease follows injuries received through the use of toy pistols and certain dangerous kinds of fireworks, and is easily avoided, pro vided " these death-dealing Instruments are firmly suppressed. So much has been said in the press in recent years of the danger of the toy pistol and dyna mite firecracker that it really seems as though no parent in his right mind would permit his offspring to use them In celebrating the Fourth. As for young men who have passed be yond parental control, they must, of course, stand ready to pay the pen alty of their folly. Those who are anxious to cultivate an entertaining and instructive liter ary style are recommended to a care ful study of an Associated Press dis patch from Portland, Ore., this morn ing relative to two automobile races. The correspondent describes at length the course, the precautions taken against interference with the racers, the ambitious program of the local automobile association for the future and some other matters more or less remotely connected with speed contests in general. Everything and more is told except the result of the race and results are what races are run for. But on second thought we have perhaps missed the meat in the nut. It is after all stated that no body was hurt, which is an unusual thing, worth mentioning in connec tion with an automobile race. Still we would like to know who won and what the time was. .. , Oh! what is so rare as a frost in June, in the Salt River valley?,. Tet many reliable and early rising citizens said that yesterday morning they de tected frost on the tips of alfalfi., Any way this is a good time ' for frost, near midsummer when the grain is already harvested and in the stack and when the fruit Is so far along as to be out of danger. We ' very much doubt the evidence of the senses of those who saw frost yesterday. How ever that may be, we have summer resort weather equaled no where else In the United States. . Let those who are sweltering in the northern cities come here and cool off. " It must be gratifying and nerve- soothing to former Supervisor Galla gher of San Francisco td know that the graft prosecution is moving to thwart the designs of his would-be assassins, by . getting his testimony down4n blaclc and white before he is blown up by , dynamite. s If Mr. Hearst continues to gain fif teen or twenty votes a day In the recount he may find that" he "was elected and be put to the Inconven ience of coming back from Europe to serve out McCIellan's term. Air. Bryan has been guilty of a serious oversight in ' neglecting to J sound Tom Watson and Eugene V. Debs on the question of publicity in connection with campaign funds. If Hetty Green keeps up the pace at which she is now traveling she may some day succeed Mrs. Astor as the leader of New York society. The Indianapolis banker who is said to have been arrested for horse steal ing really seems to have scored one on Pittsburg banking exploits. AN Al TEMPI ON DREYFUS AT THE ZOLA EXERCISES (Continued from Page One) not injure the bone. At a late hour tonight an official statement was made that his condition was very fav orable. With regard to the reasons for Gre gori's act the opinion pre-alls in Paris that there Is much truth in his avowal that he was driven to the deed by appeals to hatred with which the antl Semitic papers have been filled. The state of this feeling can be gauged by an interview with Henri Rochefort. editor of Patrie, which was published tonight, and in which he says: "It would have been a glorious death for Dreyfus; it would have been his first and only time under fire." j Maihou Dreyfus, brother of Dreyfus, who sprang ' forward to save him, chivalrously saved Gregorl from the crowd which was raining blows with canes and umbrellas on the 'man, shouting: "It is not for you to punish; let the law take its course." "Gregori made a statement to the police directly after his arrest, and during his second interrogation to night he said: "I did not wish to kill Dreyfus. It Is true I aimed at him but I only wanted to graze him. My only object was to protest against the par ticipation of the army in the glorifi eation of Zola and the rehabilitation of Dreyfus. My blow was aimed less at Dreyfus, than at Dreyfusism." During the day the police made sev eral hundred arrests, but no signifi cance is attached to this, as the pris oners are mostly students and rowdies who took part in numerous Btreet brawls. BUY NOW! We will close this store soon. Navajo Blankets are being sold now at PRICES never again to be duplicated. YOUR LAST CHANCE. Old Mission Museum BACK OF THE COURT HOUSE Nr. Homeseeker Look at this List and Investigate Five acres fine orange land all. in cultivation, for $1100. Twenty acres ' fine level land, 'near Alhumbra, for $100 an acre. Forty acres in fine state of cultivation, eight-room brick house, ' barn, and other out buildings, good well and cistern; fine shade. . Finest location In the valley for a home, $10,000. Eighty acres fine' level land, regular water and five miles north of the city. $120 per i acre. Two lots in Grand Avenue addition, $50 each. Two lots on West Adams Street $700.00. One hundred feet on East Adams St. $4000. Lots in Evergreen ' Place on easy terms. Greene & Griffin Real Estate and Investment Co. 127 North Center St. DL YOUNG (ML SIM BRINGS OUT THE FAC1 That the Defendant Does Not Control Policy of San Francisco Chronicle. San Francisco, June 4. M. H. De Young, of the San Francisco Chronicle did not appear in court this afternoon when the case against him for crimin al libel brought by Detective Burns, was called. He was .represented by attorneys, and Heney, the attorney for Burns, waived the privilege of de manding the presence of the deefndant. John P. Young, who testified that he is the editor of the Chronicle, and re sponsible for all . its jittcijinces, w the) first; witness; " f? Hie; test irjony brougBtj out; the- fact that the 'Jbron icle: l published' by; the Chronicle Publishing onmnany; a. corporation. Ife testified that DeYoung does not con trol the editorial policy and that he is not consulted la, ,regard . to polities.. . ' The city editor testified that De Young had not been consulted in re gard to. the publication of yie article objected tj, urui that he was out f the city on the day of publication. The secretary of the company was placed on tha stand and asked by the prosecu- It will pay you to see The Light Bi cycle, with Baley Non Skid Tires be fore you buy a bike. Reading, Stand ard, Light, Curtisa Sl Indian Motorcy cles. .Tires, Sundries and Repairing. ARIZONA MOTOR CO. Phone Red 537. 31 So. 1st Ave. It's Your Fault if you get poor laundry work. You can get good work if you patronize a complete laundry. TRY U8. Arizona Laundry White Wagons 11 Hill HtlllMWI I' ! YOUR LAUNDRY Is an Important Item. WE HAVE THE VERY LATEST MACHINES for doing the best .. possible work on everykind of ' ' garment. ' , , NEAT AND CLEAN .. ;; TROY LAUNDRY H 1 t'HIII II Mil 1 ! 1 1 I 1 1 I U I 111' ON JEFFERSON STREET . 1 Four-room, brick, bran new, with small barn. Lot 100x137 feet, for $1650. Five-room brick close in for $1800. Four-room brick with large" porches, good shade and lawn; In fine location, on easy terms, for $2350. Eight-room brick with all modern conveniences, fine shade and lawn; in north part of the city. Lot 100x200. $4500. Phone Main 65. tion to produce the books in an efofrt ito determine who awns a majority of the stock. DeYoung's attorneys ' ob jected to the displays of the books, and court adjourned to Monday. Open Until Mid-night Toilet Talcum Powder Crushed Rota and' Violet Talcum at 35c per box. Alio Colgate's. Hudnut's, Mermen's, Sjmitol, Johnson's Baby Powder. Special Sale, Fine Pearl Handle Pocket Knives at 50c, 75c, 91-00. Sea our Toilet Window. A. L. BOEHMER, i THE DRUG STORE, SEE OUR FRONT WINDOW. Summer Time Meats Every housewife Is particular about having only "the finest meat during this kind or 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 Phone Main 297. ALWAYS CLEAN. HAVE YOU TRIED The California Wa buy only th best in tha market THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT 44-45 EA8T ADAMS STREET. Everything New, Nice and Clean. Privat Family Dining Roe ma. CHARLIE. LINO eV CO, Prop. Garden City Restaurant Coolest and Cleanest Plac In Town to Eat. Nice private rooms (or parties and families. Short orders. REGULAR MEALS 25C Nob. IS and 24 East Washington Street. CHARLEY LOO CHUCK, Proprietor. PROFESSIONAL NOTARY PUBLIC PATENT ATTORNEY S Patents, copyrights, trademarks American and foreign. JAMES R. TOWN SEND, 430 Bradbury building, Los Angeles, Cal. E. E. PASCOE, Notary Publtc. Con veyancing a specialty. Acknowledg ments taken. 110 North Center St. DR. W. S. LOWE, Veterinarian. Of fice 17 N. 1st Ave. Office Phone Red 1223. Res. Phone County 44. ENGINEERS AND METALLURGISTS J. Q. A. King, Assayer and Metallur gist, Mining, Milling, Smelting and Irrigation Machinery. 18 N., Second Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. BARNETT E. MARKS, Attorney and Counsellor. Office 411 Fleming Bldg., Phoenix, Ariz. Patents se cured. EXPERT OPTICIAN Spectacles and eyeglasses correctly fitted. Harry Friedman, optician, 35 North Center street. CHIROPODIST. Painless removal of Corns, 60 cents each. Bunions, Moles and Warts, removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe cialty. , Men. Ladies and Children treated day or. evenings. Between First and Center Sts. Phone Red 72. FRANK SHIRLEY. JJ Tou may searcn the whole 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 Mllet. HILL'S SEED HOUSE niiimiiiiiiiiiiMuiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiuimifjj BURBANK'S Red Drawings ' I Call and See Them. $20 Each. ARIZONA SADDLERY GO. 1 S 45 N. Center, Phoenix 5 Timiiiiiimiiimiiiiuiiuiiiiiiiimimiiiiin Tit tha treasure of all tha Desert At Donofrio's store. It is Crystallized Cactus Candy That makes ycu sing for mora. PROMPT SERVICE TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. STUGEON & CO. 1-3 Wast Washington Street. v PROMPT SERVICE. x Restaurant 33 N. 1st. Are. and our cooking speaks for itself. Clinton Campbell GENERAL CONTRACTOR Residence Telephone 357 N. Fourth Ave. Main 177 Get the Habit Many have it; mere will get it. That Habit of doing your trading at the Ford Hotel Pharmacy Headquarters for DePree's For maldehyde Fumlgators. Next door to the Ford HoteL J? MM. . V. a ' ... THE HOTEL AT HOLLYWOOD. An ideal family resort where the Arizona people are spending their summer vacation. Situated mid-way between the City and Sea. Rates $12.1.0 up. A.n..n..i..n..i..i..n..n..i"i.'H.'i"i"H"H"HH"i"H mini' m-i-M' i i Hi Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 The National Bank of Arizona, AT PHOENIX. We want you to tost our capacity for handling business. "VV'e have ample capital and a force of trained help that knows how to do banking business right ' EMIL GANZ, President. S. OBERFELDER, Cashier. SOL LEWIS, Vice. President J. J. SWEENEY, Assist. Cashier. Hij HH 1 1 M It I 1 M 1 Ml 1 1 1 W. F. NICHOLS. President. M. SWETN'AM, Vice-President. UNION BANK & TRUST CO. 30 NORTH CENTER ST. GENERAL BANKING PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION. All Kinds of ENGINE Kunz Bros. MACHINE Phone Red 82f. YEE SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN i i Parties served with extra fine real Chines China dishsa.. Privat room and family style whan desired. Sing d oes all his own pastry. For good dinner on specirj occasions or at ord inary times com to Sing's naw Amor ican Kitchen. 33 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. THE MISSION A resort far gentlemen. The original BUDWEISER BEER on draught FRANK CONNELLEY, Prop. GREEN HOUSE WHITE CUT FLOWERS, GERANIUMS, FERNS. CHAS. BURROUGHS, 1138 East Monro. Phone r i 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 Merchants Lunch 11:30 to 1:30 Short Orders from 7 am. to g p.m. DUTCH LUNCHES ALL HOURS. Private rooms for ladies or parties. BANQUETS or SPREADS for all occasions. GILLETTE The Tailor Carries the Largest Stock of Goods in Arizona. 17 W. ADAMS ST. H. O. RAMSEY VETERINARY 8URGEON. Graduate Ontario Veterinary Collage. Gentle horses and nice rigs for hire Office and stable corner First av enue and Jefferson St. Phone Black 552. Pheenbx, Ariz. 1' 1 I 1 1 i-M I H"HH HlHttllllfr 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 be 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. GEO. H. LUTGERDING, Cashier. BARGAINS at & Messinger WORKS. Corner Second and Adams Sts. PHOENIX, ARIZ. Freight and Baggage carefully and quickly handled. Btor age'at reasonable rates. Pioneer and Consolidated Transfer and Storage Co. Baggage office. 111 North Center St i Telephone Main 142. ! General office. 42 South Center Bt j Telephone Main 74. THE PALACE PRE3COTT, ARIZONA Strictly on the European plan. Rooms by the day, week or month. Fines bar and club rooms In th Southwest. BROW, SMITH & BELCHER PROPRIETOR!. I RANCHERS If you want to save time and water and money, have your ditches lined with CEMENT or HYDRAULIC LIME. For par ticulars apply to frencfiy, the Cement Man who also Box 192. makes Cement Posts. Phono Main 249. CALIFORNIA WINE & LIQUOR CO. Port CUret Spl. 75 Riealinff a 1.25 " " $1.00 Sauterne as 1.50 Zanfandel 1.25 rhasselas xxx 1.75 Buncundy 1.50 Gntedel xxxx . 2.00 Grenavhe 1.75 Seciillon Angelica 1.50 (art;.. ret 2.0t) Crest a Blanra blierrjr 1.50 Spl price by bl. Spk.Burxundy J. F. Cutter Whisky, Hermitage, Old 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