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TIIE AKIZOXA P.EPUEticAN TUESDAY , MOENIX(j -6,' i&)S,
EVEOnriFCOIWINTICN
TWO POINTS UNSETTLED
(Continued from Page One)
TEMPORARAY ORGANIZATION. "
The following is a list of the tem
porary officers of the republican na
tional convention:
Temporary chairman. Senator J C.
Burrows of Michigan.
General secretary, John R. Malloy
of Columbus, Ohio.
Chief assistant secretary, Lafayette
B. Gleason of Xew York.
Sergeant-at-arms, William F. Stone
of Baltimore, -
Chief assistant sergeant-at-arms,
Ed P. Thayer of Greenfield. Ind.
Parliamentarian, Asher C. Hinds of
Washington, D. C.
: Official reporter, X. W. Blumenberg
of Washington, D. C.
Chief of doorkeepers, Stephen R.
Mason of Baltimore.
Chaplains, Bishop P. J. Muldoon of
Chicago, Rev. William O. Waters of
Chicago, Rev. Tobias Schanfarber of
Chicago. Rev. John Wesley Hill of
Xew York, and Rev. Lorenzo D. Case
of Chicago.
..Assistant secretaries, Charles Brooks
Smith of Parkersburg, W. Va; Pi-nest
Walker Smith of Hartford. Conn.;
Philip II. Heofele of St. Louis; H.
J. Tobin of Vinton, la.; Charles H.
Harger o Abilene, Kan.; Allen Hollis
of Concord, X. H.
Reading clerks, Thomas W. Wil
liamson of Edwardsville, III.; Albert
Berg of Beaudette, Minn.; George A.
Wilson of Des Moines, la.; W. J.
Seitz of West Liberty, Ky.
Tally clerks, Roy M. Watkins of
Grand Rapids, Mich.; Clyde W. Miller
of Osage City, Kan : Frank R. Bent
ley of Baraboo, - Wis.; W. A. Steele
of Van Buren, Ark.
Messenger to the chairman, Emp
sirdell Stone of Indianapolis.
Messenger to the secretary, John H.
Jackson of Cincinnati.
COMMITTEE SELECTIONS.
Chicago, June 13. State caucuses
were held today and members of the
committee on resolutions were chosen,
among them being: California. Hen
ry A. Molvin: Alaska, Geo A. Shea.
The committee on credentials, so
far as selected at state caucuses to
day, includes: California, M. M. Ma
berry; Alaska, T. P. Shackelford.
CREST OF THE ELOOD
BEYOND KANSAS CITY
HI
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All Danger Is Now Believed to Have
Passed.
Kansas City, June 15. The Missouri
river has begun to fall and the end
of the great flood is in sight. The
Kaw also is tailing and the upper
courses are rapidly reaching a normal
. stage. The crest of the Missouri was
reached this morning at 30.5 feeet. The
river continued stationary until 5 p. in.
and between 5 and 6 o'clock had fallen
half an inch.
Most of the railroads are using the
Grund .Avenue station,, although the
water did not come up into the Union
dejKit.
The Alton.rBurlington and Katy are
starting trains and landing passengers
at Sheffield, on the eastern boundary'
of the city, involving a street car ride
of four miles to reach the center of
the cltv.
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LOUISIANA "WET."
There
Will Be No Prohibition
Some Time at Least.
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Tie Certain Nominee On. the First Ballot.
For I
Baton Rouge, June 15. Louisiana
will not become a prohibition state
during the term of the present as
sembly. This was decided tonight by
, the house of ' representatives, which
body indefinitely postponed the con
sideration of the Doussan bill pro
iding for a referendum on state-wide
prohibition.
GOVERNOR RIBBtV -S
yrup0ffigs
HiixirOGnRQ
CleansesAe System Effect-
nlv.UisDels Lolds QndneQQ:
cts Truly os
j and of the picturesque grandeur of j lan coast guard vessel on the high seas
j Arizona. It was in humorous vein ' off La Vela de Coro, a seaport of the
rtrtMfiTI rumr iaS aS lnstru t,ve- Gulf of Coro. Tin.- sloops were stopped
PKIVA I I I I I I IllS Yst-'ra' he roCeived a reply to hi3 by shots fr-.ni the Venezulean vessels
I III Trill. LL I 1 LI1U letter, Kccomiuliied by the photo-, and all letters outside the mail bags
. j graph of his young correspondent in j were retained.
' her iiHtural 'West Hoboken attire and it is rumored that Venezuela's con-
He Made Public Yesterday a PleacingMt is the picture of a very charming j surs act jn denouncing the IJutch gov
Incident That Will Give Arizona j school gty in her early teens. She j ernment as being hostile to Venezuela
Better Standing in New Jersey, j writes that she was overjoyed to have J has been approved by President Cos-
I ueen ripnoreu un a letter ironi uie : ru.
Sometime ago Governor Kibliey re- governor and that she showed it to
ceived a letter from ElizalVth Treche, j her, teacher, who sent her to the
a school girl in West Hoboken. X. J., principal and she was then Instructed
enclosing a kodak picture of hen elf. ftn read It before the whole class,
attired in short skirt, leggings an. I a tvhlcli she did, much to their edifica-
very good range costume, while in, "on ami lor ineir piieasure. i ne men
her extended hand she held a snail
sized revolver, drawn from the ):!
tion of fruits brought universal
smacking of lips and the mention of
ap-
UQllV.UlSDel
J 1 i. o
acnes due 10 uonsi
Acts naturally, ad
QUaxauve.
Best forMenivmon ana Cnua-ren-yourif
ana
lo oe its ilenejicial Effects
Always Duv tke Genuine wkicli
has iKeuil name qthe Com
pany CALIFORNIA
p& Syrup Co.
by tonom it is manufactured, printed on the
front of pverv Dackn4e. r
SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGJST he proceeded to tell her of the Ari
one size only, regular price 50pw bottle, j zona fruits and flowers and . of the
r mines of gold and silver and copper
ster on her -belt. The wcompan ing oId and silver mines made all the
letter explained that the memlArt-s of j boys wish they were men so they
her class In school had been, told to I could come lu re at once. She c i
each select some state or territory of deiitly learned the lesson the gover
the union and devise a costume derm- or sought to Inculcate, concerning
ed to be appropriate si", a figure to ! t"3 exaggerated Idea of Arizona's
represent it. She had chosen Arizona , r-iwhnes.i, for she said in sending her
and had "made up" acterdin? t htr, : .otogrii ph that it would probably be
ideas of the territory from t :Ke.n;iv natural and more to the gov-
had read and heard and sent the gov- , err.or s lining
ernor her picture,' hoping for li
BASEBALL
p..
National League.
At P.oston 10 innings
Pittsburg ,
Boston
I-atteries: Leever and Cffcson; Lin
daman and Graham.
H.
10
9
American League.
At Cleveland 10 innings R.
Cleveland 2
Washington 1
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MEXICAN COALING STATION.
proval of her tdhception,
The governor g''ts a greet r.nr.y
letters of that kind or ,f n snikirl City c.f Mexico, June 13. At a cost
and generally miscellaneous r.i.ti.re, j "i" alsiut $400,000 just appropriated
most of which he does not have time i by the national congre.s of Mexico,
to answel" iersonally. " He chanceil to ! the republic is to have a first class
have the time that day, however, and I coaling station at Port Manzanillo, on
Patteries:
and Street.
Kerger and Clarke; Smith
At IXtroit
I'hiladelphia-Detroit game scheduled
for today was played yesterday.
the luHination as well, so he w;ote
the girl a nice long letter, but it :as
by Jio means an approval of her cn
epption of an Arizona ideal. On Uie
contrary he pointed out the fact that
Arizona suffers a great deal from the
very fact that the young people of
the east have been given such a dime
novel r idea of the great west. Then
the Pacific coast.
WAR WITH THE DUTCH.
At Chicago
Chicago
New - York
Halteries':' White
Chesbro and Kleinow.
and
R. II. E.
.2 7 0
.13 1
Sullivan;
SHADOW TJF MlliCS
ON TIIE STOCK
Traders Holrfmg Aloof Until After the
National Convention. - -
New York, June 13. With the dele- j
gates assembling at : Chicago for the j
convention, attention today was ceii- j
tered largely in political matters. The ;
chief effect was to make operators dis- i
inclined to enter committments at this ;
time. Much of the discussion turned
on the prospective form the platform, ;
particularly such plunks as have to do ',
with questions directly affecting capi- I
tal and labor. . .
Traffic officials generally while
speaking confidently of the crop prom- t
is h:id no Improvement to report .as
to the tonnage movement, and gave no '
prediction of an immediate change in?
this respect. v ;
The movement of stock prices was i
almost a repetition of that of SatuvM
day. The day"s changes were trivial. !
ieiainsofife
stocks. i
Amalgamated Copper, 67 V4: A-mf-ri-
can Smelling, 75; Atchison, 80.; Chi- '
ca;o, Milwaukee and St. Paul;'a32; !
Xew York Central. 104; Pennsylvania, '
1214: Reading, 12; Soutlu-rn Pad- '
fic, 80; Union Pacific, 144 V United j
States Steel, 37 54; United Stales Steel, j
preferred, 101. ' ,
While They Last
s' IMPORTED GINGHAMS.
Beautiful Imported Ginghams in
checks and stripes of soft silk
finish; values" 35c, 50c and 75c.
Special per yard 27 1
COLORED UMBRELLAS.
S2.75 values of Umbrellas in
green, navy, brown and wine;
excellent for sun or rain. Spe
cial, 'each S2.10
GRAIN.
Chicago, June 15. Toe sentiment in
the wheat market was bearish all day,
notwithstanding the fact that the news
of the day was in 'favor of the bulls.
The market closed irregular. July
opened U lower 'to higher,- at 89ft
i tS9, sold off tj 88, Closed H.
Corn market! was weak early in the
day. July closed 6666.
Trade in oats quiet. Prices moved
within narrow range. July closed 434.
A SPECIAL DISCOUNT OF 23 PR CENT on a complete line of
Jap Silk Wraists, plain and fancy, in black and white; values J2.50
to J7.50.
SUMMER UNION SUITS.
METALS.
Xew "York, June 15. The London
tin market was higher with spot quot
ed 1.'9, futures 129 15s. The local
market was dull with quotations rang
ing from J28.10 to $28.50.
(popper was unchanged in both mar
ktts. v Lead declined to 12 10s. Cd, Lon
don. The local market was quiet and
unchanged.
Spelter was unchanged at home and
abroad.
Iron was higher, at 51s. 7ftd in Lon
don for Cleveland warrants. locally
no change was reported.
CATTLE AND SHEEP.
Chicago, June 15. Cattle receipts.
20.000; steady to strong. Beeves $5
7.85; Texans, I4.65S6; westerns. J460
stockers- and feeders, $2fi5.50;
cows and heifers, $2.4036.50; calve
J4 50&-6.25. - . y 11
Sheep Receipts, 20,000; steady. 'Xa
tives, $3.405.40; easterns, $3.401 5.40;
yearlings. $4.80'5.20; lambs, $4.25ji
6.60; western lambs, $5.25 6.25.
WESTERN MINING STOCKS.
6
91
3
In
Knit Union Suits for ladies
75c qualities, summer weight,
sleeveless and with sleeves.
Special, per garment 50 J
FERRIS "GOOD SENSE"
WAIST.
Children's Waists in sizes one
to eleven years, of extra qual
ity of Cambric in Ferris "Good
Sense" make. Price per gar
ment 254
We offer the reamining lot of Fancy Summer Silks, Mulls. Jap Silks
and Foulards in values 60c to 75c, for the still lower price per
anl 35
WASH SUITS.
A special discount of 20 per
cent on any suit of Gingham,
Lawn, Wash Voille or Batiste;.,
values $3.50 to $12.50. Spe
cial.! 1-5 OFF
SHIRT WAISTS AND
KIMONOS.
20 per cent Is offered on Wash
Waists and Kimonos in any
value or style; values 75c to.
$5.00. Special .......1-5 OFF
Keweenaw
Osceola
Warren
American
Denn 93
Helvetia . ou.
....84'.
Kangu .". 72 I
Superior & Pittsburg... . . it '
" " . 1 ...... 7
102
Nipissing , 7
Wolverine A Arizona. ....... i. . . i
Greene Cananea ....... w lii
G. G. S ".. 30
Bingham 65
Utah Consolidated 41
Did Dominion 35
North Butte 67
Cuhimet & Arizona .!l!!!!l08V4
Butte Coalition 23V
Shattuck ' i
Arizona Commorcial 1714
Shannon " 231
Globe Consolidated , 64
Black Mountain 3
Cumberland Ely 7
Hancock 14
Giroux 3.
National
Superior & Boston . . " 414
Butte Arizona
Davis Daly
Nevada Consolidated.
Utah
20
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31
Provoked by the Venezuelan Govern
ment. At St. Louis R. II. E.
Boston : 0 6 3
Willernstad. Island of Curacao, June St. Louis 10 13 0
15. The Dutch s!o:ips, the Marion and I " . o
Carmita, plying between Aruba, Dtuch I At the Commercial were: Mrs. F. J.
Island, near the coast of Venezuela and j McCarthy. .Marie;' W. Y, Frlc0, Fior
Curacao, is detained by the Venezue- I, ern e; L. D. Perkinson.
Cotton.
July, 10.21; October. 9.42: rw..m-
ber,9.2S.
I. T. HOSEY, Broker.
: O . .
TO TOUR MEXICO. Mr. and Mrs.
Fred L. Foster arrived yeserday morn
ing from their home in Kansas. City
and expect to Join the excursion from
here to Tepic, Mexico, next Saturdav
Mr. Foster is general western agent of
tne Mexican West Coast Land com
pany, which is engaged in colonization
work, or rather In the sale of Mexican
lands, the company being represented
here by the firm of Bishon jC lTmm
The local agency has disposed'' of a
great eeal of land and is taking a rruii
sized party to see the holdings in Mex
ico, one standard and one tourist
sleeper have been secured for the ac
commodation of the excursionists.
YOUR VACATION WILL BE COM
PLETE if you win order the dally Re
publican sent to you while away from
town. B Biail 75 cents, per month.
What can you get more pleasure out
of than this 2 1-2 cents per day. Phone
Main 47.
L. W. GREER,
PLUMBER
217 V. Wash. Street
Phone Red 1131
Let me figure on your
plumbing. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. Re
pairs promptly taken
care of.
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1-1 HI I 1 It 1 M 1 1 I I I H 1 H"H-
The Great
Reduction Sale
is still remaining all through
the week at the Wfcite House
Clothing Co. Great bargains all
through the lines. We would
higt'y appreciate your visits.
J The White House
PLUMBING
GOOD : s CHEAP.
You will be pleased with ma
terial and workmanship of our
mechanics. All work personally
inspected.
Johnson & Bemsbotfom
Practical Plumbers.
22 N. Second Street. Phone
Black 541. Repair work prompt
ly taken care of.
Ml HIitllllll III 1 1 t M !
f'l"l tMl 1 lit 1 1 i ! Ml 1 h..;..h..k.
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, Curtiss & Indian Motorcy
cles. .Tires, Sundries and Repairinj.
, ARIZONA MOTOR CO,
Phone Red S37.
Plan to visit
Yosemif 6 Valley II
this season. It Is a quick, com- '
fortable trip, via
I Yosemite Valley J
Railroad
An Ideal outing In the Sierras
amid the grandeurs of Yosem
ite. Cost reduced to popular
prices. Ample hotel and board
ing camp accommodations.
Write for descriptive folder.
FOR TICKETS AND CONNEC
TIONS SEE SOUTHERN PA
CIFIC OR SANTA FE OR AD
DRESS O. W. LEHMER,
TRAFFIC MANAGER, MER
CED, CAU
31 So. 1st Ave. 1 11 11 1 j H I H I H"H"W"t i
: : s tmmm
ABOARD FOR LB IMEKIIOO
.
AUL
Have you made your. reservation? If not, why rot? You will never again have the oppoitunity to take as fine an outing and see as interestiag a country as you have now. The, big trip for little
money leaves Phoenix in special Standard and Tourist Pullmans Saturday June 20th. Take a vacation. Go to have the time of your life. Long limit of 60 days. Stop-overs or side trips anywhere going
and coming. Go prepared to see the great West Ccast County the coming winter and health lesc rt of the voild. A chance to male an investment with cigar money that in a few years will mean inde
pendence. Take your Gon and Kodak along. Lots of Deer and Wild Turkey. , . , , 7,';.' .,
"A WORD TO THE WiSE IS SUFFICIENT"
- For further information in regard to excursion or land,' call or address',. .
BISHOP & HA UN, Special Representatives for The Mexican West Coast Land Co. Inc. ioe west wash. . phone Matnt'w
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