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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN THURSDAY 3IORMNG, JULY 9, 1908.
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PIIISBURGER UNHORSfD (Continued from Page One) licans who went to the polls as demo crats had a right to have their votes counted as democrats. "No. no, nothing like that," came In a chorus from the floor. When Bellamy again got attention he explained that the democratic party was ready to open its doors to any one who desired to adopt Its principles. There was some applause at this and the speaker soon Drought his address to a close. The closing speaker for the major ity was Governor Haskell of Okla ' homa. He discussed with sarcastic sentences the contention of Bellamy, asserting that under that gentleman's arguments he might as well have been elected a delegate to the Chicago con vention. After he charged the con testees in the Pennsylvania cases with collusion with the republicans, he was interrupted by a voice from the rear of the hall, saying, "Give 'em the other barrel.- Haskell charged the Pennsyl vania contestees with being the tools of the Standard Oil company. The previous question having been 'called for the chairman was about to put it to a viva voce vote, when a roll call was demanded and granted. "The question is on the adoption of a minority report in place of a portion of the majority report, relating to Pennsylvania," announced the chair man as he directed the clerk to begin a call of the states. THE VOTING BEGINS. Alabama led with 22 votes in the negative; Arkansas followed suit with 18. Colorado split by casting 9 votes for and 1 against. New York's delegates led the aiplause which greeted that announcement. Delaware cast all six votes "aye." Florida cast 10 votes In the nega tive and Georgia, always against the Bryan organization, voted for the minority. Illinois, voting under the unit rule, cast 54 votes for the minority, S6 being declared by Chair man Roger C. Sullivan to be for It. Edward F. Dunne of Chicago de manded a poll of the Illinois delega tion and instantly Roger Sullivan was on his feet. 'Chairman," he called. "Mr. Sullivan," responded the chair man fh recognition. 'The vote of Illinois has been poll ed," shouted Sullivan, "and what is more, the gentleman Wmself polled it. The only reason j-or which- he now rises is to display his own con spicuousness." The chair ruled that any meniler of any delegation could demand a poll of the state and or dered a poll of the Illinois delega tion. The poll showed 58 votes. whereas the delegation was only en titled to 54. The chairman announced the result. 56 votes "aye" under the unit rule. He corrected It later to 54. This discrep ancy is accounted for by some half votes of the delegation. When Indiana was reached Chair man Kern -announced : "Indiana does not vote under the unit rule, but In dividually casts her 30 votes "no." , Louisiana voted "aye" solidly. Maine cast 11 votes for the majority and 1 for the minority. Michigan was divid ed but the unit rule carried her over j to the side of the majority report. Xe- J braska went with the majority, as did Nevada, and New Jersey called for a xill of the vote. A number of dele gates being absent the polls showed ' 13. for the minority and 3 for the ma jority, 8 delegates being absent. A dispute arose between the members of the delegation as to whether or not the state was to vote under the unit rule. It was decided by the chairman that it was acting under the rule and the entire Vote was cast for the mi nority report. New York threw Its full strength of 7S votes with the Guffey faction. Chairman Murphy announcing it "aye" under the unit rule. He said the dele gation had been polled and stood ayes 6S, noes 10. Oklahoma cast her 14 votes for the majority report, not yet baying come Into possession of the four additional votes. When Pennsylvania was reached a demand was made for a poll of the delegation. "Announce the vote," said the chair man, "and then ask for the poll. Who is chairman of this delegation?" "I am," cried Guffey. "Announce your vote," again said the chairman. Guffey walked down the aisle to wards the chairman's desk, attended by L. McQuisten, who also claimed to be chairman of the delegation. "Oh. you have two chairmen, have you?" asked the chairman. "Well, re turn to your seats and the state will be polled " "A point of order." shouted Repre sentative James of Kentucky. A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever. R. T. Felix Oouraud' Oriental Cream or Magical Baautifl.r. Removal Tart, Pimples, Krecaie. Moth Patches, iUab, and Skin Dilates, ana every Diemlsn on beauty, and ile flea detection. It has atood the test ot years, and la no harmless we taMelt UibcBurelt In properly made. Accept no counter feit ot similar name. Dr. L. A. Havre Raid to n lady of the naut ton in paltenO : "As you lad If will use them, I recutnmend '(oarnari'H rreum' ttie least harmful of all the akin preparation.' Fr Bale by all druggists and Fancy. Goods Dialer lt the United Stales, Canada and Europe. I FERHT.HOPIIKS, Pros, 37 Great Jones Street lew Tori If the carrier' fails to leave The Re publican at your address any day noti fy the office before noon and a spe cial messenger will deliver it. We expect subscribers to get their paper every day in the year, and ' unless they advise us of poor service we cannot properly serve them. PHONE MAIN 47. It is Crystallized Cactus Candy, That makes the world seem bright, Then keep a box handy Of Crystallized Canay To keep you feeling right. And if there is a girl expecting That you will call tonight, If you want a kiss that Is brim full of bliss, get A package of Crystallized Candy At Donofrios' 1H Rich or poor alike are habit ually constipated. It slays its victims by . thousands, although some-" other name goes into the death certificate. Drugs will not cure. Eat daily. SB a WHEAT FLAKE CELERY which is of a laxative nature. "State your point of order," said the chairman. "My point is," said James, "that the delegates whose seats are con tested cannot vote." "You had better mind your own business," said Guffey, turning sharp ly upon James, and the other Penn- sylvanlans made further uncompli mentary remarks about the man from Kentucky who, however, sat in his chair and laughed. The chairman ruled, however, that the point was not well taken, and that the list of delegates as pre sented by the national committee must prevail in the poll. Guffey's name was first on the roll of the state. He lead with "aye," followed by a half score of similar votes before a "no" was reached. Each "no" was greeted with applause from the galleries and from certain portions' of the floor. "Have you the unit rule?" asked the chairman. "Xo," came the re sponse. "We have mt been in unit for a year." Pennsylvania's poll showed 37 ayes and 28 noes, one not voting, and two absent. New Hampshire voted about even, as did South Carolina. Tennessee broke exactly In half, casting 12 for the majority and the same for the minority report. The tide then set In steadily against the minority re port and it was evident that it was defeated. Idaho announced a desire to change the vote from six for .the majority report to two for the mi nority and four for the majority. The roll call then closed. THE DEFEAT OF GUFFEY. "Upon this question," announced the chairman, "the ayes have 387 votes and the noes 615." The an nouncement was greexed with great cheering. The majority reiwirt was then adopted by a viva voce vote. Great confusion followed the an nouncement of the roll call, but through the uproar there filtered a motion to adjourn until 11 o'clock to morrow morning. It was seconded In a Hash and greeted with a shout and the delegates made for the door. The vote announced by the chair showed that a total of 102 were cast, the full strength of the convention, in cluding the absentees. It was evident that this was an error as there were eleven absentees. As the vote was not close, however. It was decided to make no further announcement to night, but to declare the correct totals tomorrow. MOVEMENT WAS JERKY BUT STEADILY UPWARD A Continuation of the Advance Stock Prices. New York. July 8. The movement for an advance In the prices of stocks made material progress today al though the result was not uninterrupt ed and not free from some opposing obstacles. Silling was particularly notable in stocks which have been speculative mediums, even while the general list was lying practically dor mant. Its consequence there was a halting pnd irregular movement. Con spicuous strength of individual stocks had a sustaining effect on the general list. The most important instance was an unusually volatile rise of 3 in United States Steel preferred. Some restraint was thrown off the latter part of the day when the general up ward movement gained considerable force During the final hour consider able animation was shown and sub stantial gains showed for the day. Bonds were firm. STOCKS. New York, July 8. Aiualgamatcd Copper 68,, Smelting 81, Atchison 82 , St. Paul 137. New York Cen tral 105, Pennsylvania 123'4, Read ing 116, Southern Pacific Sivi. Un ion Pacific 14!'4, Steel 40 Vs. Steel pfd 107. Silver 534, Mexican 46. METALS. New York, July 8. Most metal mar kets were firmer today. Tin advanced 2'4s on call to 127 7s fid and 21 on futures to 128 10s. New York mar kit was firm the higher spot closing at $28r28.12. London-copper advanced 5s closing 58 ls on spot a"d 58 2s 6d on futures. Locally it was steady and un changed. Lake J12.730 12.87V4. elec trolytic fl2.50H2-62 casting $12.25 12.50. Lead advanced 2?s to 12 15s in London, remained quiet and unchanged at J4.42V4fi4.47'4 In New York. Spelter was unchanged at 128 In London and $4.404.50 locally. Local Iron was quiet and unchanged. o WATER MORTAGE AND GRANITE REEE DAM Blow Hole Punctured In a Fatherless Fable That Means Nothing to the Well Informed. . A ridiculous report for which there is no foundation in fact, is In circula tion In this valley, involving the Gran ite Reef dam, and given as a cause for the present shortage of irrigation wa ter. No attention would be paid to it only that it is understood the report Is being given serious credence in cer tain quarters. The story is that there is ample water, in the river' but that Our Prices "rD w m &l&cAJ CtiZcTV Wlvyi, That Al- "a,S ays Gives the Lowest lZ --X Bargains III SALE for HAY Unbleached Muslin UNBLEACHED MUSLIN, yard wide, good quality, suitable kind for house lining and other purposes; excellent value at IMc a yard. Extra special for today, yard 5J Kimonos and Dressing Sacques KIMONOS AND DRESSING SACQUES of nice quality Lawns, Swisses, Batistes and other summer mate rials, in the plain or the pretty floral, Persian and Japanese designs. A large variety in either the long or short Kimono. Prices ranging from, each - 23 UP to SI. 50 the Granite Reef dam leaks like a sieve anil does not stop the water or divert it. The facts are that the Gran ite Peef ila'ii leaks ro more than it was planned to leak, the leakage is getting less and less every day, and the structure is all that it was expect ed to be and is giving perfect satis faction to the reclamation service that built it. The facts on which some uninform ed person or persons have started the story, are these: The dam does not go to bedrock clear across the stream and it was never expected thta every drop . of underflow water that percolates through the bandy channel in the deepest place, woul d be stopped, though the greater part.of It is. In constructing the dam :m apron was j built below the dam for from 50 to 75 feet, according to the conformation of the bed, and there is a curtain wall at the lower side of the apron. Some water will percolate through the lower channel and probably some more will seep back under the apron through the lower curtain wall. The engineers rec ognized these facts before the dam was built and therefore left cracks in the apron for the water which accu mulated there to escape. Had they not done so, when the dam was first put in commission and the lake above it was first filled with water, the pressure would have forced so much water through the lower part of the channel and under the apron that it in turn would have been broken up, washed out and destroyed. Many who were present on the occasion of the Granite Reef celebration, saw the wa ter bubbling up through these cracks, and supposed the apron was breaking away. It is still "doing the same thing but not so much so as in the begin ning, and eveutually all these little cracks will be filled With silt, and the channel formation will also become more solidified with silt and dirt, and the seepage practically stopped. The dam Is all right and the people need have no worry on that score. The water-shortage Is due entirely to one thing and that is the shortage of wa ter. A PREVIOUS ENGAGEMENT. Carson. July S. M. R. Preston, in the state's prison for murder who was nominated for the presidency by the socialist-labor party, declined the nomination. A RATTIESNAKE THAT DIDN'T EAT For a Year and Is Still Alive , played At Galpin's Store. -Dis- A. W. Galpin has displayed, in the show case at his store; a very large and choice specimen of a rattlesnake. This rattler has quite a history for he has boen In captivity over one year and during that period has had onth Ing to eat or drink. Yet he. Is alive and apparently contented. The snake w'as, brought to Mr. Galpin's store by S. J. Ilycrs in a box where it had been confined.' Alwut a year ago Mr. Byers cap tured the snake on the desert. It had at that time 14 rattles, four of which Ladies' Summer Fine Wool Suits Do you contemplate going away for the summer? If you do, no matter where you go, lie lots of use for a nice SUMMER NOBBY AND NEATLY TAILORED lively the newest and most up-to-date variety that will surely meet with Call over to our store and let us show to you that we can save you money on kollection of Neatly Tailored and Up - Suits. A perfect fit guaranteed. Excellent values from $10.00 UP have been shed during its imprison ment. It has also shed its skin once during thac twelve months. When Mr. ISyers caught the snake he nailed it up in a small box and set it away In his barn. There the box remained till a few days ago Air. Byers thought about the snake and decided that he did not have any use for it and so looked up some one who liked pets of that nature. It really seemed astonishing that the reptile should have lived for that period without food or drink but such is the case, as Mr. Byers will vouch for. It had been hibernating in the pine box all the time and is little re duced in size. It flashes it fangs but remains dormant. It Is not as large as the jumbo caught by Peter Mohn which refused to eat anything offered and finally committed suicide by bit ing Istell' thrice. Considerable curios ity is expressed as to whether after its year of fasting this reptile will partake of fond. Mr. Galnin will offer it the New YbrK Central Lines Boston and Return Every Thursday Until September 24th inclusive From St. Louis $33.10 VIA :"BIG FOUR ROUTE" From Chicago $29.35 VIA "Lake "Michigan Centre!" Good for return 30 days Correspondingly low fares to Canada, Adirondack Mountains and St. Lawrence River F. M. 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