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MONEY TO LOAN If you want to build and need some money, come and Bee me; my rates are the lowest. E. E. Tascoe, 110 North Center street. THE AKIZON J, EEPUBLICAN . FOR SALE Five room brick cottage .on the north side. Modern home. In .fine location. Stable and carriage house; J2500. Will give terms. E. E. pascoe, 110 North Center street - NINETEENTH YEAR. 12 PA3ES :, PHOENIX, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 20 1908 12 PAGES VOL. XIX. NO 33 i i REPUBLICAN RECORD IS MADE With Taft and Sherman the Party is Ready toGo Forth to Victory The Nomination ot the Kcw York Congressman for Vice-President Amid Scenes of Enthusiasm and the Adjournment of the Convention. Chicago. June 13. Taft and Sher man. This is the ticket of the repub lican party, flung to the breeze today when the republican national conven tion concluded with the nomination of Jas. S. Sherman of New York, for vi.-e president amid a fin;il roar of tumultuous demonstration. Again the vast assembly was swept with wave on wave of wild 'exultant clamof, as the multitude, realizing that the last work had been done and the record nuide upon which the republican party r.is before the country, "united in one las n:ighty outburst of enthusiastic tribute to the men who will bear for ward the standard In- the struggle nw at hand. .nother inspiring picture was pre sented today when 'the convention n:unil a candidate' for vice president. Enormous throngs waited through the hour of oratory in the sweltering heat laden atmosphere, packed as before . into solid masses of humanity, with only litre and there a few vacant spots in the remote galleries, delegates in the broad arena below, and bright l:ud lines of femininity circling the galleries and ovtr all the enveloping fold of -Old Glory." From the outset it wa distinctly a Sherman crowd with the galleries already trained in choruses of Sherman songv. the invad di:ig host of Sherman marchers start ivs tl'.e echoes ringing with a huge portrait if the New York candidate. THE SPEAKER COMES. Among the early arrivals on the l! -r was Speaker Cannon, only yes terday a candidate for president, but today a mllar of strength in the Sher- i man movement. Wide spread affec "GOSART" ON A TANK IS A GUARANTEE We are always busy because we do it right. GOSART PLUMBING COMPANY lo 30 North Second Ave. Phone Maine 285. DAIRYMEN Consult your own Interest. It pays to sell to people 'who, by expe rience, skill and equipment, have created a demand constantly calling for more; who treat you right, pay you promptly, sooner if you need, highest cash prices. New customers every day. Room for more. Money in your learning the reason by coming to The Maricopa Creamery, F. M. MOGNETT, Pres. This below changes every few days and It will pay you to watch same. An Extra Good Buy 20 Acres HENRY A COSTLEY. 15 N. 1st Ave. LOOK Secure Positive Protection for Your Valuables One of the most important acts of prudence Is to place your val uables beyond the reach of fire and theft. This protection can be obtained by renting a Safe Deposit Box in our Fire and Burglar-Proof Vaults. "Ve have the only fully equipped Safety Deposit Vaults in this city. Special rooms for customers. PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK PHOENIX, ARIZONA . The Prescott National Bank, Prescoit, Ariz. Has earned a place on the "Roll of Honor" In the Nation al System, being numbered seven hundred and twenty. Capital paid In - - . . 9100,000 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 G UARANTEED. NFPTRnMAlSI Manufacturing Jeweler 1 XllLSLLrL N Ramoved to 33 W. Washington Strtst COMPLETE tion, for the old war horse of the party was also shown by the crowds of delegates, surging about him to grasp his, hand and bid him welcome. The preliminaries were brief. At 10:30 the nominating speeches for vice president began with a limit of ten minutes to each speaker. On the call of states. Delaware yielded to New. York and ex-Lieutenant Governoj Timothy L. Woodruff, mounted the platform for a glowing speech, placing in nomination Sherman as New Yorks' choice for the vice presidency. Now came a surprise, as the venerable Can non emerged from the Illinois delega tion, and stepping to the platform was yielded unanimous consent for a sec ond nomination of Sherman: Such a picture of sturdy, homely, plain Amer ican citizenship Cannon appeared " as' he advanced before the throng which rose to do him homage, has seldom been seen before a national conven tion. His face beaded with sweat, his collar melted to a rag which hung limp about his neck. His vest was thrown wide open, exposing Ids crumpled shirt sleeves, his black al paca coat curled up about his dangling cuffs and elbows. His waving arms emphasized his ringing words for his colleague and friend. Krotn the outbursts of enthusiasm which greeted every mention of Sher man's name it was plain that the mind of ih convention had been made up, and that the decision was only to be recorded. THE ONLY BREAK. But for a moment there was halt in the Sherman movement as Senator Lodge, leaving the presiding officer's Phoenix, Arizona. Res. Main 320. E. KAYS, Mgr. BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND AND i TYPEWRITING. PHOENIX ACADEMY AND BUSI NESS COLLEGE. Common branches, $4.00 per month. High School course, $6.00 per month. Racycles IH..S. Griswold & Co. i j Sell them and they have proved them I selves to be the easiest running and strongest bicycles made. They also sell bicycles of the best make at way down prices and have a large stock of buggy and bicycle tires at prices most reasonable. 34-36 W. Adams St Phone 1490 chair advanced to nominate Guild, of Massachusetts for the vice presidency. The senator's voice was strained with the exertions of recent events, but he spokt earnestly and forcefully for the" Massachusetts candidate. Michigan, through Chas. E. Osborne added Us voice for Guild and New Jer sey brought forward a favorite son in ,a Speech by -Titos. N. McCarter, nominating Ex-Governor -Murphy, for th. second place on the ticket. The steady advance of the Sherman movement now begnn again and state after state fell into line North Caro-lla- In a ringing speech from the floor by Harry Skinner: Oklahoma by Den nis Flynn; Pennsylvania by Congress man Myron Olmstead; Tennessee by H. Clay Evans and Virginia by C. V. Slemp. Now began the vote, taken amid confusion which increased as the tot als climbs upward to the nominating point. The result never was in doubt' as the totals of the states were heaped cne upon another. There were scat tering voles, but the great body of the delegates swelled the total of Sherman until it touched 816. With a keen ap preciation of the effect of a climax. Chairman Lodge announced the result, reserving Sherman's huge total until the last. THE RESULT, "Vice Provident Fairbanks gets one vote; Governor Sheldon of Nebraska. 10 votes; Governor Curtis Guild, of Massachusetts, Tj votes; Governor Murphy, of New Jersey 77 votes; Jas. S. Sherman of New York.ftlS." After the floodgates of wild enthus iasm Were let loose, the floor and gal lery joined in a pandemonium of dem onstration for the' nominee. The nom inations completed, the final details were now quickly perfected. Commit tees were appointed from the various states to wait upon the candidates for president and vice president and form ally notify them of the action of the convention. Prospective meetings of the national commit too were arranged to perfect plans for the coming cam paign and thanks ami congratulations were voted to Chieagoans who ha1 had given the convention hall such a perfect equipment. And then, Just before noon, amid cheers, and still the cheering and in spiring strains of the national an thrm, the national convention finally .adjourned and the multitude dis persed. The action of the convention touched a sympathetic chord through out tho city and tonight party spirit and republican enthusiasm ran high. (Continued on page 8 ) Glorioso WHILE SOIVJE FOLKS SNIFT, 5 CENTS TOO CHEAP. AND OTHERS VIED, TWAS DEAR; THE WIDE-AWAKES SLAP PED DOWN WHEREWITH AND 45 THEY'VE CLEARED. THRIFTY PEOPLE PROMUL GATE. Glorioso 50 Cents Today, - 75 Soon. BUGGY RUBBER Best of all PHOENIX CYCLE CO. Sole Agents 22 to 26 W. Adams St. Phone Red 524 I have several Bargains in Orange Land W. J. MURPHY Salt River Valley Lands First Ave. and Adams St TELEPHONE MAIN 194 2 WHO'S TO BE TAFT'S MANAGER Is the One Question Not Yet Disposed Of It May Be Answered at a Conference In Cincinnati Today. "Chicago. June 19. The question who is to bo the next chairman of the na tional republican committee is open and unsettled. The following- subcom mittee has been appointed to confer with Secretary Taft and get his ideas: Clayton of Arkansas, Herrick f Ohio, Kellog- of Minnesota, Hegel of Misouri, Ward of New York, Borah of Idaho and Duncan of North Carolina. Sec retary Taft tonight is on a B. & o. train on his way to Cincinnati where the conference will be held." lie left Washington at 4 this afternoon after wiring- Representative Sherman to meet him at Cincinnati. At least three members of the above sub-committee are opposed to Frank Hitchcock as chairman. 'Twenty-four members of the general committee, however, met this afternoon at the Auilitoriuiii Annex and signed a peti tion asking for Hitchcockls appoint ment. Brother Charles P. Taft talked with Hitchcock and . suggested that ; both he and Vorys of Ohio, refrain i from having their names presented, j Hitchcock replied that he had never been a candidate for the national chair- manship, had taken no steps in that direction and would do nothing. to em- ' barrass the interests of Secretary Taft. ! The objection is said not to be to j Hitchcock on personal grounds but his 1 opponents favor some more prominent ; public man for the place." Hitchcock lias been the chief manager of tiie Taft i campaign In Washington1 and Vorys j has been his manager in Ohio. It is not known who is Sherman's j preference; if any, he is likely to favor i Tim ,Woodruff. Hitchcock stated pm-j phntically that he would take no sub- j ordinate position. The question there- j fore of the selection Is much in doubt. : Meanwhile Powell Clayton of Arkan- ! sas has been elected temporary chair-. man to serve until a permanent chair- i man is appointed. - DOCTOR BRYAN. Lincoln, Xeb., June 19. Win. J. Bry- r l Saturday Night Mffe r Beginning 7 p. m. Embroidery Edges and Inser tions, actual values 10c and 15c. Per yard 5c An extra good grade of Bleach- 4- ed Muslin in 8 l-."!c quality. Per yard ' 6 Ladies' Riblted Summer Vests; quantity limited; values up to 15c; each ...i 5 Suspenders for men and boys; new stock, fresh elastic. For boy's pair 10 For men, Saturday night, per pair. 20d Men's Black Leather Belts, ch 15 Men's Linen Wash Collars; each' 10 GJnghum Aprons in blua- and brown checks; values 35c. Sat urday night 19t 35c values in new Back Combs, in brown, amber and gray. Saturday night, each.. ... . .J) 35c values in Pearl Collar Sup ports; ends sVt in blue or white. Ter pair -lOd GERARD-JONES an this afternoon is preparing an an alysis of and dissecting the republican platform. It will probably be ready to be made public tomorrow. He de clined to discuss the nominees of the republican convention. . PRACTICAL POLITICS Will Govern the Selection of a Chair man. Chicago, Ills., June 19. Eight mem bers of the republican committee left Chicago tonight for Cincinnati to con fer with Secretary Taft concerning the election of a national chairman to manage the republican campaign. The sub-committee appointed at the sug gestion of Mr.. Taft, who is said to be somewhat . embarrassed by appeals from friends in Ohio for the appoint ment of Arthur I. Vorys or Mvron T. Herrick, that state, and by the demand made by petition by a majority of the members of the national committee for the appointment of Frank H. Hitch cock. The latter because of the suc cess of the Taft campaign for dele gates Is being strongly pushed by his friends while those who are personally attached to Vorys announced that they intend to make an effort in his behalf. Congressman Sherman of New York accompanied the sub-committee to Cincinnati. Friends of Hitchcock insist that more than half of the eight members will vote for him for chairman, while the advocates of Vorys say five mem bers will favor the election of the lat ter, or some man other than Hitch cock. It is conceded, however, that the chairmanship depends -absolutely upon the wishes of Taft who has not publicly expressed any preference. Nevertheless he has indicated that the question Is one of practical politics and that no selection will be made for sentimental reasons. That the sub-committee is empower ed to select a chairman and treasurer was asserted by Mryon T. Herrick aft er the adjournment of the sub-committee. AH the members of the commit tee, however, do not understand the authority given them in the same man ner as Herrick. It is the belief of these that the sub-committee has au thority to elect in the event that Taft declares whom he favors and that any choice the secretary may express will be accepted. That he will indicate his preferences for chairman and treasurer is not doubted, but it Is likely that a meeting of the full committee will be called to fill the positions in the event Taft does not express a preference. The secretaryship and the position of sergeant-at-arms were settled by the election of Elmer Dover of Ohio, and Wm. F. Stone of Maryland to suc ceed themselves as secretary and sergeant-at-arms respectively. Ward, a member of the sub-committee, was compelled 4o return to New York and E. F. Hart of Iowa was sub stituted. Feather Stitched Braid In nov- elty patterns In white, 4 and 6 yards to piece; each 2J Pearl Buttons in pure white, as sorted sizes and patterns per duaen 3 Shell Hair Pins, 1 dozen to the box, value 15c dozen. Saturday night, box ' ) Men's Neckties in silk and wash materials"; values 50c, in light and dark! patterns; each 2o Ladies' Foster Hose Supporters, V&lr 49 Ladies' Plain Hose, 20c value, black and brown; 3 Pair 2o LadicsV Muslin Night Gowns, X. lace and embroidery trimmed, "X, 75c values. Saturday night, j. eaeli : 39 75c . and $1.00 values in Ladies' Fancy Kimonos and Sacques, each 4f)f 35c boxes of Lace Edged, Linen "f Finish Writing Paper. Satur- j day night, box 10J J DRY GOODS. CO. i Supper Sale OLD RATES RESTORED Interstate Commerce De cision In Lumber Gases It is Held That the Novem ber Advances "Were Un reasonable. Washington .June 19. The inter state commerce commission today re stored the old lumber rates west of the Missouri river. Rulings were made on a group of Important cases, involving the rates on lumber, shin gles and other forest products from points in the Williamette valley to San Francisco and rrom Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana 'and British Columbia to eastern and southern markets. In the cases of the Oregon and Washington Lumber Manufacturers' association against the Union Pacific and other roads, the Pacific Lumber Manufacturers association and others against the Northern Pacific and oth ers, the Southwestern and Washington Lumber Manufacturers association against tho Northern Pacific, Invoving a general advance in the lumber rates in many cases of from 20 to 23 per cent, from North Pacific coast ter ritory to points east thereof, which became i-ffective in November hist, the commission makes a geographic decision. On the ground of unreasonableness, it orders a restoration of the pre vious rates west of a line drawn from Pembina, N. !., through Grand Forks, Council Bluffs, Kansas City and Sioux City to Pore Ariliur, Texas, along the Kansas Ciry Southern rail road, including points east of that line "which now take the same rates as any point between and including Sioux City and Kansas City." A part of the increase to more distant markets lying east of the Missouri river is permitted to stand. Differential rates from the Spo kane rate to group points, and the Montana-Oregon rate to group points in the Hood river, Ellensburg and Leavenworth districts, which, lie east of the Cascade mountains, embracing parts of Washington. Oregon, all of Idaho and eastern territory, arc es tablished under the decision of the case of the Potlatch Lumber com BUSINESS COLLEGE Phoenix, Arizona, Farmers & Merchants Back Tempe, - Ariz. Write Us For Investments ' D. H. PLUMBING IS East Washington St. Strictly first class The LAN COIN OF THE REALM Navajo Silverware is as characteristic of the Navajo Indlnn as Navajo Blankets. No other Indians have these weaving and ham mering instincts. It is hard to say where, the Navajo derived his knowledge of the silversmith's hammer. 'But anyone who has seen an Indian bracelet or an Indian necklace can not doubt for a mo ment that the knowledge Is there in great quantity A Navajo is a superstitious animal. He thinks that the "Great Spirit" wields a mighty influence in this hiumlane sphere. lie also thinks this Great Spirit objects to the removal of minerals from the earth. As a result of this belief you have never yet seen a piece of Navajo jewelry that was made of bullion silver. It is all made from coins. " . Mr. Navajo thinks that the fiunishment from the Great Spirit goes into the first man who works up thebullion and that after the Spir it has avenged himself upon these unsuspecting sons of 1 the pale face he can proceed to cut any kind of dido with the silver and yet be immune from punishment. American coins -were formerly used by the Indian for the manufacturing purpose but he has lately learned that Mexican coins cost only half, as much as Xmerlcan and that in addition to this they are better for his purpose because they are softer. Therefore you can pretty well depend upon it that your brace let or necklace has at one time or other passed as coin of the realm." I will be glad to show you how to prove this theory if you will 4take the trouble to call at the pig Curio.- R. L. BflLKE, Proprietor the Bis Curio pany against .the Northern Pacific and other1 roads. The rates from the Spokane district are ordered lower than from the Pacific coast. n the case of the Western Oregon Lumber Manufacturers' association against the Southern Pacific, tho commission decides that an advance of $3 per ton from all mills in tho Williamette valley, not including Portland, is unjust and unreasonable, and that from both the east and west banks, south of Corvallis, the rate should not exceed $3.40 per ton, and upon the west bank north of Corval lis, $3.65 per ton. Because of the water rate the Portland rate was not reduced. In the case of the Pacific Coast Man ufacturing association against the Northern Pacific and other roads, the commission decides to establish an other through rate from Washington and Colorado common points to east-. ern destinations. It requires, however, the Northern Pacific railroad, the Northern Pacific Terminal company, the Oregon Rail road and Navigation" company, tho Oregon Short Line and the Union Pacific to, establish through rates on lumber from the ' Northern Pacific line in Washington, north of Portland as far as Seattle, through Portland. Ogden. Salt Lake City, Utah, anc common points, of 40 cents per 10C pounds on. fir and spruce lumber, and 50 cents . per 100 pounds on cedar lumlter and shingles as prescribed for through traffic. Chairman Knapp and Commissioner Harlan dissented from the conclusions reached by the majority in these cases, on the ground that most o: the advance rates were reasonable. THE PROBABLE EFFECT. Portland, June 19. The decision 01 the interstate commerce commissior upholding in the main the case ol the lumbermen of the Pacific north west ends the contention -which for the past eight months lias tied up the lumber industry in this section of the country. At the time the lumber mills shut down, rather than submit to the ad vance, several thousand men were thrown out of work in many localities in the states of Oregon and Washing ton and business was paralyzed. The immediate effect of the deci sion will, however, be questionable. The demand from the orient for sev eral months has been almost nil; Trom California it has decreased in a large per cent, and it Is reported that thsre is little or no demand for lum ler in the east. What demand xthera s has been "satisfied by shipments from southern lumber points further west than ever before. j 0 TAFT WRITES TO FORAKER. Washington. June 19. Secretary Taft today dictated telegraphic re plies to the various dispatches of con gratulation sent him. and in addition a formal written reply to Senator For aker. . ( aiHiuiHiiiiimminroimnninmiHmine I Two Big J f Bargains I 5 INCOME PROPERTY NOW. s j 2 40 Acres Oranges, Lemons and Alfalfa. ' S 40 Acres Alfalfa. I - S 2 1-2 Miles Northwest SEE I DWIGBT B. HEARD f E Corner Center and Adams, city. ;:i!iiiuiiiui.ii!iiiiiiiiumiiiiiuiiuiiik BURTIS AND TINNING. rhoeni.x, Arls. work at a fair price. -a 1 S B I a U - S. Indian Trader Store on Adams Street.