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SUBURBAN HOME FOR SALE.
Brick cottage, barn, poultry bouse and yards, pasture. Near car line. Price reasonable and terms to suit purchas er. E. E. Pascoe, 110 North Center St. THE ARIZONA EMPUB RANCH FOR SALE Eighty acres well located. Fenced and cross fenced. All in alfalfa. Orchard in bearing. Six room house and good barn. E. E. Pascoe, 110 North Center St ' NINETEENTH YE AIL 10 PAGES PHOENIX, ARIZONA, FRIDAY JVIORNING, JULY 1U 1908 10 PAGES VOL. XIX. ' NO 3 us H n PS MCAN oft PEKMANENTLY ORGANIZED Session Rich In Demonstra tions, Devoid of Business It Furnished Only the Op portunity lor Sounding Another Keynote. Denver, July 9. The national con vention assembled at eleven o'clock this morning and was called to or der at 11:40. The features of the opening hour was the speech of Con pressman Clayton, the permanent chairman, who made a presentation of his party's aspirations and se verely arraigned President Roosevelt. Frequent demonstrations punctuated the session. After the conclusion of Mr. Clayton's speech and the trans action of minor business the con vention adjourned until evening. CLAYTON'S COMMENTS. The Permanent Chairman Outlines the Hope of Democracy. Denver, July 9. Congressman Clay tonon taking the chair said: Mr. chairman and fellow democrats let me thank you for the honor you have conferred upon me. This is a democratic year. Demo cratic ideas are now popular. Doc trines always taught by our party and scoffed at by our opponents are now urged as gospel of their own. Meas ures and policies of democratic origin are now pretendedly advocated by the leaders of the republican party. It is no longer anarchistic to declare pri vate monopoly to be indefensible or that the transportation companies should be regulated and controlled by public law. Former questioning of the derision- of a bare majority of the su "COSART" ON A TANK IS A GUARANTEE ' We are always busy because we do It right. GOSART "PLUMBING COMPANY 28 to 30 North Second Ave. Phoenix, Arizona. Phone Maine 285. Res. Main 320. I The Summer School jh of the Lamson Business College offers unexcelled opportunities for X A those who desire to study any of SHORTHAND PENMANSHIP BOOKKEEPING or any other subjects pertaining in the latest and most approved manner. You will find every fa cility for thorough work and rapid advancement. Call or write for new catalogue. The Lamson Business College f . . , . i Phoenix, S-H-H- Secure Positive Protection for Your Valuables One of the most Important acts of prudence Is to place jour val uables beyond the reach of fire and theft. This protection can ba, obtained by renting a Safe Deposit Box In our Fire and Burglar-Proof Vaults We have the only fully equipped Safety Deposit Vaults In this city. - Special rooms for customers. PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK PHOENIX, ARIZONA The Prescoti National Bank, Prescott, 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. NFPTPHMA 1ST Manufacturing Jeweler .17 xLl2tLJiLjLl N Removed to 33 W. Washington Street preme court In the Income tax case cannot now be heard, because of the greater noise of the vehement and em broidered denunciation of judges and Judicial acts that have shocked the country. A demand for the revision of the tariff is no longer a threat to de stroy our industrial system. Trusts are not to be tolerated even by the republican party. We need not now enlarge on the list of republican admis sions and promises for election pur poses only. The republican party has made marked progress in promises to the people and much greater progress in aiding selfi.i Interests and special privileges. This party, guided by ex pediency and campaign necessity, would camp this year on democratic ground. If it is apparent recent prog ress is to continue it does not require a very great sweep of the imagination to see into a republican platform four years hence those immortal words of Thomas Jefferson, "Equal rights to all, special privileges to none." Republican Responsibility. " The republiacn party having had full control of the federal government for more than a decade must give an account of its stewardship. Its pre tentious claims, largely without foun dation, and largely exaggergated will not suffice. Let honest investigation reveal the bad and defective laws pass ed by that party; vicious policies maintained: reforms rejected; the re cent panic and its consequences; prom ises broken; dissimulation practiced; Incompetency confessed by its failure to meet urgent public needs; and ex hibiting this incompetency by the ap pointment of junketing commissions for the alleged purpose of advising that party so long in control and of such boasted legislative wisdom what legis lation is required by the country. Against the republican party, so. de generate and crafty. Is a capable, de termined, honest democracy, in sym pathy with all just public demands, and confidently asking in its behalf the candid public judgment. To that judg ment the issue must be committed, and we unhesitatingly submit our cause to that fine and true sense for the right that we know distinguishes the American people. "My Policies." In this quadrennial contest Mr. Roosevelt has identified himself with Mr. Taft. Mr. Taft has identified him self with Mr. Roosevelt. The repub (Contlnued on page 3.) the business branches. TYPEWRITING to business are thoroughly taught T Ariz. The Crowning Event of the Democratic National Convention at an Early Hour This Morning There Was Preceding and Attending Pandemonium Beginning With the First Mention of the Nebraskan's NameThe formal Placing of Johnson and Gray-The Easy Dis position of the Platform, Once It Was Presented. Denver, July 10. William J. Bryan for the third time will lead the democratic party in a national con tests It was a foregone conclusion that his nomination would be effected this morning, the last hope of the opposition vanishing in a failure yesterday to draw from the forces of the Nebraskan. The names of Gray and Johnson were placed before the convention in a disheartened ' manner and were accorded a respectful ova tion wholly lacking in enthusiasm. The Bryan wave rose until it broke, overwhelming the convention. NOMINATING NIGHT. The Dense Throng Which Assembled to Witness the Chief Event. Denver, July 9. A small American flag had been placed on every dele gate's chair prior to the beginning of the evening session. This was unmistakable evidence of the nomina tion session of the convention and quickened the interest of spectators who early made a rush for the gal leries, filling them to overflowing. At seven o'clock, however, there were few delegates in their places. They lingered long at dinner, the slowly dying twilight of Colorado evenings proving deceptive as to the hour. A male quartette added a feature to the musical program of the night session. They sung first a selection through megaphones and got a royal reception from the galleries. At 7:15 the galleries were com pletely filled, and a majority of the delegates were in their seats, but the officers of the convention were still waiting for the report of the commit tee on resolutions. The band in the gallery worked with great industry und when it struck up "Dixie" the demonstration that followed gave a glimpse of the scenes certain to occur later in the night if the nomination was made. The delegates as the first notes of the old war song floated out, sprang ;up and waved their flags. up anu waveu tneir nags. It was Just 7:Tj0 o'clock wr Chairman Clayton legan to rap when for I order which he secured within a minute. Clayton recognized MeQuis ,ten of Pennsylvania, who announced .the selection of James Kerr as a member of the national committee from the state, in place of James M. Guffey, who was selected before the Pennsylvania contests were called. Before the convention was called to order the crowd had assumed proportions that made it almost dan gerous. All the seats in the aisles and galleries and many on the con tention floor were jammed so tightly that the people who occupied them were held almost Immovable. "In November next," said the chair man, "we will witness in New York the Tammany tiger drowning the re publican elephant. I therefore invite to the stand for a speech from a democrat to a democratic convention, Senator Thomas F. Grady of New York." Grady was given a most en thusiastic welcome. Following Gra- Racycles H. S. Griswold & Co. Sell them and they have proved them 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 Are Now Established in Our New Location PHOENIX CYCLE CO. I33 and I35 N. Center St Phone Main 84 Farmers & Merchants Bank Tcmpe, - Ariz. . Write Us For Investments dy's speech Clayton Introduced Judge J. M. Wade of Iowa, "the represen tative of the great corn state." "The convention will be glad to concur In the request of Missouri to hear from old Champ Clurk of that state, one of the ' knightliest democrats who ever drew a glittering blade in defense of his party.". It was in these words that Chairman Clayton introduced the next speaker, whose appearance on the platform was the signal for great cheering. Clark concluded with a tribute to Rryan as "the greatest living Amer ican." The galleries, with profound ignorance of the manner In which a convention should be managed, brokei in with cries of "vote, vote." NOMINATING WHILE WAITING. When iuiet was restored the chair recognized Representative James of Kentucky and a committee was 1 sent to ascertain the probability of an early report before midnight. He then mode a motion that the rules be suspended and that the nom inating speeches for presidential can didates be made, with the understand ing however that no ballot should be taken until after the report of the committee was received. The motion was adopted. The rules were declared V.v the chair suspended and that nom irions would be in order. The secretary will now proceed to call the roll of sidles for nominations for the office of president of the Tint ed States," shouted the chairman. "Alabama," shouetd the clerk. The chairman of the delegation arose and was recognized. "Knowing Ne braska will make no mistake in nom inating the right man, he said, "A1;l bama yields to Nebraska." "I J. Dunn of Omaha will speak for the Nebraska delegation," announced the chairman of that state, while the cheering continued unabated. Dunn spoke clearly and with a pleasing manner of delivery. PANDEMONIUM RENEWED. A few moments after the cheering began an immense oil painting of Rryan was lowered from the monster t SATURDAY NIGHT After Supper Beginning 7 p 35c vabie of Men's So, co'ors brown, white, gray, blue and green. Saturday night, per pair 20 Children's and Misses' White Ribbed Hose, 10c per pair or 3 pair 25 High Grade Novelty Silk Mulls, actual 35c values. Saturday night, per yard 15 Ladies' Petticoats of Pres de Soie, like silk in quality, val ues up to $3.50; each $1.95 it v.v si--."": i 3..,,n,,MMH..M.4"tiM DAIRYMEN ATTENTION It Is your business to produce CLEAN SWEET milk and cream. Our years of experience, the skill of our workmen, and a modern equipment enables us to manufacture from It a product i-: i- I , ... tn .1 .i ri ,1 .ml tr . . I o f i- tlw tii?htt TIT i I'f It A WHICH in V ' in uinmim 1 " 2 vou want THE HIGHEST PRICE THE VALLEY, and want your money when It is due, and want sometimes to get It to meet your needs before it is due, if you want a fair test and a SQUARE DEAL, then market your' BUTTER FAT with The Maricopa Creamery, .I,,!,,!,,;,,!,,!,,!,,!,,! ,t,,i,.i.,i..t..M"l--K-4l"K American shield which had reposed over the chairman's desk ever since the convention began. The appearance of the picture raised the convention to a pitch of veritable panedonium. It was not long then before the scenes of yesterday's prolonged demonstration were renewed. Delegates poured from the conven tion floor onto the already overcrowd ed stage. James Dahlman of Omaha, the Bryan leader, jumped to the secre tary's desk and urged the throng for ward. The state standards were grouped about the platform. ' Only six banners were missing from states' parade through the aisles after the grouping on the stage was brpken into by the procession. They were Maryland, Minnesota, New York, Geor gia, New Jersey and Delaware. The band in the balcony lent its share to the celebration of the Bryan followers. The blare of horns, the beat of drums and the crash of cymbals could be heard above the shouting hundreds on the floor and the thou sands in the galleries. 1 The start of the demonstration set a dozen photographers to work, and the flashlight exployrms at time fair ly shook the great building, such an immense -amount of power was used. One of the banners that aroused much enthusiasm was labelled: "Mis souri.' Nominate Bryan and we will show you." One of Missouri delegates bore o the platform a banner bearing the words: "Missouri will give Bryan SO.fliMi majority." . In a few seconds the red, white and blue standard of Nebraska bear ing the portrait of Bryan, was beside it and then came various state stand ards which w-re grouped on the ros trum in the same way as yesterday. A crowd of shouters, apparently frenzied, carried away by their feel ings, literally stormed the press seats along the aisle leading to the speak er's stand. A number of newspaper men and telegraph operators were' compelled hastily to leave their seats (Continued on page 5.) Sale m. I Indies' Sleeveless, Low Neck, Summer Vests, each 5 J Men's Negligee. Shirts, soft collars attached, quality silk batiste and pongee values $2.50 and $3.00. Saturday night, each SI. 93 35c qualities of Ladies' Plain and Lace, Black and Brown Hose. Saturday night, per pair , 20 Special lot of remnant8 in summer goods, ginghams and staples, at a saving of -l-l and 1-2. ....... - ' - ' ' ' PAID BY 'ANY CREAMERY IN AMERICAN MINISTER BECAME A TARGET An Incident of the Street Fighting in the Paraguayan Revolution. La Paz, Bolivai, July 9. Further details received from here of the rev olution in Paraguay state that while fighting was going on at Asuncion an Incident incurred which might have had a most serious result. American Minister Edward C. O'Brien desirous of preferring his' good offices to pre vent further loss of life, while ap proaching the headquarters of the rev olutions was fired upon three times by the government troops. According to the dispatches the minister's escape was miraculous, as many persons were killed. Discover ing their mistake, they ceased firing and an officer hastened to give ex planations to the minister who was convinced that the accident wa-s not premeditated. The new president of Paraguay, Kmilano Naveiro has been officially recognized by a majority of the foreign diplomats. Claims for damages by the foreign legations are heavy. ANARCHY PREVAILS IN TABRIZ, PERSIA The Bombardment of the Place by the Shah's Forces a Matter of i-fours. St. Petersburg, Friday, July 10. A correspondent of Hie Novoe Vre mya, who has just reached Tabriz, reports that the situation there has reached a state of extreme anarchy and the bombardment of the town is a question of only a few hours. Ac cording to a' dispatch sent, by the paper's correspondent, Rachld Khan, who is in command of a large force, entered the city yesterday, Thurs day, and at the head of several bat teries of quick firers, presented or ders purporting to come from the shah, that all Russian subjects should evacuate the Khiana quarter where the revolutionists were iiuassed anil had been holding uninterrupted meet-, ings. After the Khan's arrival the Rus sian consul, M. Pohitonoff, who for the last few days has played the leading role in- the government of the city, fled to his country villa a few miles distant, taking along with him as escort a majority of availa ble cossacks. He left a mere hand ful of Cossacks in Tabriz to protect the lives and property of Europeans. For Sale I will sell my six half lots In the Capitol Addition for S600. I don't believe you can buy as desirable lots as these In any other part of Phoenix for the money. W. J, MURPHY Salt, River Valley Lands 16 W. ADAMS ST. TELEPHONE MAIN 194 D. H- BURTIS Sanitary Plumbing, Sheet Metal Working, Heating and Irrigating Plants. :- 15 East Washington Street Phoenir, Arizona. We carry a complete line of Tin, Copper and Graniteware IIWllllPMin jWHHHWWHIlWIIHIWmiH VENEZUELA CUTS LOOSE Absolute Severance of Dip lomatic Relations It is Stated That There is Ho Probability of Ensu ing War. Washington, July 9. The diplomatic relations between America and Ven ezuela that have existed uninterrupt edly for more than half a century, though in recent years severely strained, today were completely sev ered. At half past three o'clock this afternoon Senor Veloz Ooiticoa. the Venezuelan charge d'affaires, called at the state department by appoint ment to present to Secretary Bacon a notice from his government that he was to quit his post here and, closing up the Venezuelan legation at Washington, repair forthwith to enezuela. The charge executed hi.s commission punctually. . In a few minutes talk he explained to the acting secretary that the ac tion of the state department in with drawing Jacob Sleeper, the American charge, from Caracas and the closing up of the legation there, made it necessary for his government to take a similar action in the case of tha (Continued on page 5.) i!iiiiiiiiiiii!i:i!iiiiiii!iiniiiiii:i!iiiiiui's Buy a Home f i . Now ' I Avoid the Fall Rush S ' We Have ' Desirable Houses s For Sale in Good Location g DWIGHT B. HEARD f S Corner Center and Adams, city. 5 mm M iniiiiniiiiiiiiMHiuiniiiuiuiiiniiiiiun This below changes every few days and It will pay you to watch same. A well improved 20 acres at a bargain for a few" days only. 3 . HENRY & COSTLEY. 15 N. 1st Av. J Summer School T Enter any day. Grade, High J. 4. School, Business. iX PHOENIX ACADEMY AND X BUSINESS COLLEGE. ? Mexican Drawn Work THE GENUINE KIND, MADE AT THE CONVENT AT GUADALAJARA AND SOLD AT UNHEARD OF LOW PRICES TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEXT SEASON'S STOCK. R. L. BALKE U. S. INDIAN TRADER , Proprietor the Big Curio Store on Adams Street. LOOK!