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TIIE ARIZONA ' REPUBLICAN5 FRIDAY ' MORNING,' JUNE 5, ' 190S.
4 Complete stock of shooters' sundries no "side-line" with us. FRESH i AMMUNITION a-specialty. Selby and U. M. C. factory loads; Plnney'S ' Tin ml Li-nlc t .t nr.lrr Win. !;:. nn1 tv-t nil- PINNEYROBINSON THE GUN STORE ,i 40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. fiend for trt earns Law card Established HIT BUTTER-NUT BREAD prepared according to a patented method with rich milk, home made hop yt-nst. butter: and the fiiyiiest frrade f ' flour sanitarily sifted; mixed liypknkally and baked in improved ovens. The purest, cleanest and most' delicious bread sold in Arizona. PHOENIX BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY. Edward Eisele, Prop. Established 1SSL . Phone M. &.. COOLNESS AT SANICHAS' ; Because our Ice Creams, ices and Sherbets are the finest, the purest and the pleasantest to the taste, of any that can be bought anywhere' it seems reasonable that you should be our frequent visitors these days. CHAS. J. SANICHAS. The Phoenix M. D. Institution has all, in all Lipesi This is not a Medical Institute, but a corps of well trained MHtor ' Doctors. If there is anything the matter with your car (any parjt of it), brir.5 it to us uxiU-we will lociii the trouble and perform! the Y operation we (do: lot? giarant.-e' o.pefi,tJrns pef.fiTjed in ten minutes when it $ to . tukej three ii ii'VLl ritmfc Jtjju car to you ell and healtj: i(j6t uvei j ip- first .Clats Doctors. I Estimates given and ail work guaranteed. ; PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. ! j ARUTHUR AINSWORTH, Manager. PHONE M 145 OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. A FULL GAS RANGES JUST RECEIVED til Pacific Gas and Electric Co. ii-i.iM.H i i ; - H - W - H - - WW - H - i i-r. tzmr-- & GeaWeargairTsTfn u U &&:igkisz& is ft & Ostrich Feather Goods at the Show 1 First Street and Adams. t i,i,-i,t',C'i 7 1 t 'I 1 ' " DO YOU KNOW; THAT LUMBER IS CHEAPER l0 PHOEnTX-THAN ANY ,THER TOWN IN ARIZONA. Th Bu'k-yVImml l'jmdt this price. They are the only yams ih.i are not In a combination to keep up prices. Our policy is Live and I.--t Live; A Fair Profit and More Homes In Phoenix. WE SELL LUMBER. DOORS. WINDOWS, BUILDING HARD WARE, CORRUGATED IRON, AND WOVEN FENCING. Plaining Mill in Connection. Buckeye lumber Co.,5-Points MONT ANDERSON. Prop. Shirtwaists, " Shirtwaists, ' ' Shirtwaists 30 -On all Shlrtwaists-T Come in and see Cur I ' Display THE' -TAfR 212 E. WASHINGTON ST. Get White Wings on the Wing Fine Guns; the best ammunition made, and gotten from us insures a successful and pleasant hunt." Itental or sale. GO SHOOTING. A. W. GALPIN n 28 East Washington. Sporting Goods." SOLD BOUGHT RENTED REPAIRED EXCHANGED LINE OF - - W .....M-M'-M' H"l I tt I 1 I 1 t I ! Rooms of the --cC-. ' Oppasitff Noble Building. 4 h i 1 1 HH'ti ; 1 1 h ii in: i1 1 7 Tri- -ZTT- ft -T- -r- - Phona Black 401. Off S 9 ' "'"SANTA FE TIME 'TABLE.' ; PHOENIX, CITY TIME. ; Leave. Arrive "The Diamond 3oe," for Hot ( : Springs Junction, Wick-.-.rnburg, Presoott and v branch points, Jerome, Ash Fork, Los Angeles, San Francisco and all ' a.m. a.tn. points west ....2:00 2:35 The Daylight' Express," for Hot .Springs Junction ("Castle . , Hot Springs), Wiekenburg, - A. & . C. branch points. Congress ' ,;'J.unctloiv j-Preseott, Ash v'V jU.-ForR, Den?er :' Kansas . 4 i , 5 -City, ,Chtcagoi;-..aiia .all Vm.pJt. ' j.olTitV east '. . . . . . .8:00 4:10 No train's" on"X"' &"'C.' Ry.' " or Poland braai. on, S.up- . , ' flays: . ' ' o THE WEATHER. Local' Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Rapublican. forecast for today Fair, slowly in creased temperature. 6:30 6:30 a. m p. m. Barometer, inches 29.83 29.74 Temperature, degrees B0 82 Dew point, deprreos. ..' 22 11 I Humidity, per cent 32 6 .. Wind direction E W Wind velocity, miles 4 9 Rainfall, inches 0 .0 Weather Clear Clear Mean daily humidity 19 Mean dailv temperature 6G Hiphest temperature 84 Lowest temporature 49 Total I daily rainfalj. , 00 Accumulated deficiency in tempera ture since January 1. 6: degrees. . Accumulated excess In rainfall since January 1, 0.71 Inch. " I N. JESUXOFSKT, ,';j Section Director.' FIFTY YEARS FOR CABLES $200,000,000 IN FliEM Enormous Investment Now in Deep Sea Ganglia of Wires That Annihi late Distances Between Nations. New York, May 31. Special corres pondence of The Republican. Inter national business this year will cele brate the fiftieth anniversary of the laying of the first trans-Atlantic cable. That cabla soon broke, but it was the beginning of the world's present day ganglia of deep-sea cables in which over $2no,0O0,0i0 is Invested. It was in 1S58 that. the first cable, 2000 miles long, was laid across th'1 Atlantic, from two to Uiree iiiTie.s deep. SeVerl yvars later the second one, whlrh ; ia us a success, went down In tji stilj, dark depths of the oe ja. f '' ; Whln the brieij,.span of ne fifty $esp- t'Y'ii lifts builtj.nire than 'V'iijij 'fc'1"" j," tib-mariiio;)lcable.s, 4tqn(ifit! ifirill the flluU eight :tf-sfiB& kh!S200.004uO'lnvest-f.-nt in cables there is afleiit of -42 cable steamers, kept in distant ser vice. And, besides the caljle Already in operation, several other? are in va rious Hages of construction .Bvery ef '?ort is being made to anfliluTate the Jistance between different jiartf of the world and unite, by cables, fr by wire less, countries separated bfr yat bod ies of water. The results In lht busi ness world are huge. i " Tb.'&tbletTvkw; of most dirtct im-pejianc?-) thegeneral pi4'Iic.'is that ov transijiitting' the reports iof crops anil; general commercial conditions of witletv Separated nations, i Tiht ser vice is Intimately tied up with a most interesting compilation of H tljese re ports, a system which enablea the ex porter in New Tork and Seattle, and the dealers in Chicago to govern their business by worldwide conditions. There are numberless difficulties in illiterate countries in gathering the facts for these crops cables. Take the crop news of India and Russia for instance. India exported in 1907, 28.824.000 bushels of wheat per year Russia, U,!i28,500. In both these coun tries the task of collecting news rela tive to the crops, prospects, and es pecially about the social and economic conditions of the people, is extremely difficult as the agriculturists are ut terly illiterate. In Hindostan, for in stance, only ten per cent of the men are able to read and write; 95 per cent of East Indians are agriculturists and not niore than. 2 or 3 per cent of bt5m can-sign their own names. The men who gather crop fact there have multitudes of problems and difficul ties. Similarly In Russia, out of a population of 144.194.000 only 26.558, 000 are able to read and write,-. In the Kcoubllc of Argentina, now one of the l.irK-st grain producing countries in the world, 41 per cent of the people are uttCr,y illiterate. Yet some people do wring" from such people reliable crop facts, which " come under ocean every day. The gatherer of statistics In Orien tal countries is received at the villages with hospitality. In India, he goes to the farmer In the field, making it a point to catch him eating his mid-day meal so that he will have the chance of finding him at leisure. He Is cer tain to be asked to join the Hindoo in his meal. He breaks the wheat or corn bread with his hand, sops up a little gravy,' and drinks sips of butter milk wHh each bit of bread. While coffee; and tea; Schilling's Best, is sold by about' 9000 grocers (vest of the Rocky Mountains.- ' Yonr crocrr returns rsvr monsy if 70a 4aa1 Vke ii: wa pa aim. Scott's Santai-Pepsin Capsules A POSITIVE CURE For inflammation or Catarrh or the Bladder and Diseased Kidneys. No cutr no pay. (Jure quickly aud Perma nently the worst cases cf Gonorrhoea and Gicet, no issuer o( how Ions stand ing Absolutely harmless Sold, by druggists. Pric si on, or bj ."Si 1, posipa o. nil 00, S bores tZ.T. 1UI SAHTAt-PEPSM 60, - 5LlOt.TAINI. OHIO. ELVY & HULETTj Agent. took at these Prices before . - X'. i ' 1, 3 '!;;. ' 'J it ! I ! h i- t Searchlight latches.'. . . . .05 Welch's erape Juice 30 Welch's Grape Juice, large bot tle .55 National Biscuit Co.'s, Crackers 10 lbs. .65 None better. , Pkg. Buckwheat... 25 Best Corn, per can .10 . . m .Best.Josnatpes, percan.... s Cash iStore so engaged he discusses the weather and crop prospects and the social events agitating the mind of the lxv-er-Xolks. In Russia, (f the newsgath erer.is making his rounds In. tha agri cultural district he is likely to be tak en for tho,py of the government, un less .he in a local miitu Even If he is a well known figure, in the village he has to move very cautiously amongst the Russian farmers. , , ,' ! The .Chicago board of trade receives cable .to it from the leading centers of commerce in sla. Africa, Kurope: the two Americas and,. Australia.. These are furbished immediately on receipt, not only to, members of the. board, but also to the newspapers free of any charge whatever and w ithout discrim ination. The gist of the. cable reports Is flashed by telegraph to the ex changes of lesser magnitude. In this way every day and every hour the public In the United States has accurate- and Up-to-dit9 information of the world's markets and the conditions which control' them. ' "What could the business world do without the cables or a practical substitute? What would follow the obliteration of exchange built up to perform this cron,-news service? One is apt to dismiss such problems concerning the things that are: as to what we would do without the telegraph, the telephone, the board of trade. Nowadays the average man in business and the newspaper read er are so accustomed to acquaint themselves with prices ruling and the conditions prevailing in the grain and provision markets the world over that they rarely recall that they are in debted to the cable service of the great exchanges. In the early days it cost J 100 to send a message across the Atlantic. The cable companies made a charge of 5 a word and the minimum amount I of words to be transmitted was fixed at twenty. Recent developments in cable making and operating, combined with healthy competition between ca ble conTpanies have pro-ed instrumen tal in bringing down the cable tolls. "Wireless" telegraphy has become an important factor in the field. The rates for cable messages, despite the fact that they are much less than they were 40 years ago, still continue to he high. Nevertheless Big Business uses the cable eagerly, vast sums of money are annually expended by boards of trade, exporting houses and newspap ers in obtaining Information from foreign countries by means of them. A certain cable message from a war correspondent to an American news paper is an illustration of the expense incurred to secure news, as commer cial interests incur expense for their purposes. Therefore, the message is given In facsimile. It consisted of 108 words and at the ordinary press rate of 55 cents a word Its cost would have totalled $39.40; but the cable-was sent as "urgent" and charged at the rate of $4.15 a word, $472.20 being paid for its transmission from Shanghai to New York. ' Commercial rates are still higher. If was sent on the 13th of July, 1899, from Tientsin to Chefu by means of a steamer, arrived at Chefu on the 15th; was sent thence to Shanghai by wire, where It was re ceived on the ICth. From "Shanghai It was forwarded to London by means Of the cable, crossing the Tellow Sea, China Sea, Bay of Bengal, Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, Red Sea and Mediterranean, reaching London, thence being despatched by cable across the Atlantic Ocean. It went three-quarters around the globe from Shanghai in not more than three or four hourx, The message as received read an follow From London via, "Commercial Ca bles" to Yoap, N. Y., 5:48 A. M, 1899, July 13th: iJ35 Collins urgent, tlentsin 13-7 via Cheful 15-7 Shanghai 16-7 two Safter noon 7000 Allied attempting Stone WalL City began daylight success doubt ful Chinese on walls estimated con Mee servatively 20000 pouring tarrtfle h&H artillery Rifle machine gun five. American Japanese British French attacking West Russians East Ameri can Suffered terribly as associated left field one surgeon nine infantry said conservative estimate twentyftve per cent hit llscum . reported mortally wounded walking front troops Major regan Captains Buckmlller Wilcox Noyes among wounded. Marlines losses indicated Captain Davis killed Butler Leonard ' Several wounded officers declares hotter than Santiago then left , Americans were laying In j lain between all and river under enfilading & recent fira equally difficult. advance i, on : retire counted throe nur.droa wounded alt vqlunteers. To estimate from this the .annual cable bilI4.0f.blg institutions, such as the Chicago h'dard of trade) one gains an idea of the amount of revenue to cable-, companies from business which is international in - .its 1 scope. From Londbn, Liverpool, Paris, Berlin, Bud aptst and Buenos Ayres cable mes sages -pour into' the offices of the Chicago board of trade: their number 1 averages 150 a week, about. 7,800 a jyear. Nor are these brief bulletins many are long and detailed, regard less of cost. In addition to the cable tolls there Is the expense of ceaseless ly gathering data for this cable news service, which must be done by the people who are conversant with the world-market. By means of the ca bles the Chicago board of trade tests the commercial pulse-beat of the world. It has been estimated that England Incurs a daily bill of $3,300 to cable to the United States, and $4,000 to India, South Africa, China and the east. The latest innovations enable the cable operators to send forty to orty-five words a minute. It is now possible to transmit a message across the Atlan i tic in thirty to sixty minutes',: Twen ty years ago, when only seven or. ten j words per minute could be serjt on the : cable, it used to take five to tjn hours. ;jn..fact. the Institutions which most , use them get replies from ijie caintl- nental countries in two to three min .utes. i; I By means of "duplexing" the copper wire coated with gutta' percht a pro ! cess, invented and perfected by Dr. Al exander Mulrhead the efficiency, of j the cable service has been doubled. ; This device enables messages te be sent I simultaneously from both ends of the wire. Through its Instrumentality eighty to ninety words per minutes I now virtually pass on the line. The leading cable companies have already "duplexed." or are "duplexing" their cables In order to get the fullest bene fit from this Invention. Increased speed during the fifty years in the transmission of cable grams has worked a revolution In the construction and operation of cable lines. , Lord Kelvin discovered that tfve time Consumed by an electric sig nal to travel through a cable Increased, not In direct proportion to the length of .the section, but the square- of the length- Thus , w-ben. the , cable-length was doubled it took. four. times, as long for the current to travel; the, "re sistance" of the wire delays electric current, also speed. ' Simultaneously it was discovered that a stout copper wire thickly coated with gutta per cha gave a comparatively high speed. A mile of core, weighing S50 pounds of copper and 400 pounds of gutta percha, or weighing about three times as much as' does the copper wire used In land telegraphy, has been found to' render the most gratifying speed results and Is, as a rule, employed for constructing long distance cables. Even with such a heavy wire, only a very feeble cur rent can be transmitted to the receiv ing cable station. This has necessi tated" the employment of extremely delicate-instruments In the cable service. With the assistance of the Kelvin sy phon recorder, the feeble current, is automatically made to legibly Inscribe the message sent thousands of miles away. The construction of the syphon re corder Is highly Intereastlng. Silken fabrics are made to carry the oscilla tions of a coil to a little glass syphon, four inches long and as big as a nee dle. One end of this syphon is in an ink well, the other rubs against a strip of paper which Is constantly kept in motion. The syphon also moves un interruptedly, the motion being of such a character as not to Interfere with the oscillations communicated to the syphon by the electric current This motion enables the syphon to record the cable message by means of "dots' and "bars," the "Wheatstone" alphabet being m common use. This Instrument has been perfected to such an extent during recent years mat by its means a typewriter can be worked In London and make to "click In New York, or vice versa, and the dream of the cable engineers Is that a typesetting machine will one of these days be used In -New York and a sim nar machine automatically' made to set type In Liverpool or. London. WORKS ALL DAY. And-Studies at Night on Grapa-Nuta rood. oome or me worlds great men have worked during the day and studied evenings to fit themselves for greater things. But it reauires a good constitution generally to do this: A Ga, man was able to keep It up with ease after he had learned the sustaining power of Grape-Nuts, al though he had failed in health be fore he changed his food supply. He says: "Three years ago I had a severe at tack of stomach trouble which left me unable to eat anything but bread and -water. "The nervous strain at my office from 8'a.m. : to. 6 ;p.m. and improper food caused my 1 health to fall rap idly. Cereals and so-called "Foods' were tried without benefit until I savr Grape-Nuts mentioned in the paper. "In hopeless desperation I tried this food and at once gained strength, flesh and appetite. I am now able to work all day at the office and study at night, without the nervous exhaus tion that was usual before I tried Grape-Nuts. "It leaves me strengthened, refresh ed, satisfied; nerves quieted and ton ed up, brain-waste restored, and in tellect brightened. I would have been a living skeleton, or more likely a dead one by this time, if It had not been for Grape Nuts." "There's a Reason." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read "The Road - to Wellvllle," In pkgs. Ever read the above letter? A new ant appears from time to time. They are genuine, trua, and full of human interest 'H'Mfr'M M '"l'H"WIW-HfH HIWI 1 1 11 l V 1 1 'HH fll1 1 T-H DORRIS Furniture Co. Arizona's Leading House Furnishers. Reduce Your Gas Bill! Use Sloan's Economic Oven and Roaster Combined Sold Under' . Our Personal Guarantee Price $2.50 Sloan's Ovens are suitable - for any style gas, gasoline or oil burners, and not only save fuel but make cooking easier, quicker and better. REMEMBER, when you are using three-fourths less fuel on summer day, you are enjoying the same proportion of comfort added to your kitchen. Purchase price ($2.50) gladly refunded' to any one using the "SLOAN OVEN" following our directions and not more than pleased with it. , r 10RMIYIAI1 Furniture Co. Noble Block . All hoRft 'stiTstsortftrs- in-' stock' J will be sold at One-Half price. Several well known brands in Silk, Cotton and Lisle Elastic. A bargain at any time. Buy now. THE ALIiIRE COMPANY THE 1SH0L AND STOCKING STORE 27-29 E. Wash. SI. Phoenix, Arizona ELECTRIC FANS ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL 8UPPLY HOUSE. Phone Black 534. THE FRENCH KITCHEN - '. THE RIGHT PLACE TO EAT. r; : ; Will be open day and night. Short orders and regular meals. YEE BEN CO, PROPS.. .- 11 West Wash. St. f'H"H"i"H Mil 1. -I-l. .1. .I-.I. Have accommodations for few SANATORIUM. Located In heart SERVE, Northern Arizona. PURE from the PINES. LOW ELEVATION. Unlimited deversion. RATES i VERT LOW. Write for descriptive The Arizona Sanatorium PINE DALE. HmH.,;, 1 hi 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 H l i 1 1 1 HEYW Sold Under r Our I j; Personal! Guarantee '' Price $2.50 Adams and First rM-H'H I ! ' 1 1 iii'i PRICE SOLD. RENTED and REPAIRED V. R. NORRIS, Prop. 41 S. 1st Av. On the Watch for Jewelry? If you are contemplat ing a purchase, ' kindly give us a call of inspection before laying out your money. We are confident that our values will tempt you. Also the exclusive designs in Gold and Silver Jewelry of every description. We have handsome Watches for either sex. beautifully chased and absolute ly reliable time-keepers. Chains, Charms, Brooches, Bracelets, Wed ding and other Rings, Diamonds and other precious stones. F. A. Hilderbran & Co. Phone Red 1284 10-12 W. Wash. St. ,t. Ht III III 8 11 HH IHIH' more patients at new TUBUCCliAR of BLACK MESA FOREST RE- T WATER, COOL DRY AIR, fresh i booklet to, and Touring Go. Inc. ARIZONA. EM'H'Hi h M..M"M"1 1 1' v ! Y I