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SUBURBAN HOME FOR SALE.
Brick cottage, barn, poultry house and yards, pasture.' Near car line. Price reasonable and terms to suit purchas er. E. E. Pascoe, 110 North Center St "i-i--ii-yM-inru"Lnj nj-LnrjiArvrix-ri nj-utrutru THE ABIZONA B.EPUBLIG AN 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, flO North Center St. NINETEENTH YEAR. 10 PAGES PHOENIX, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 11 1908 10 PAGES VOL. XIX. NO 54 STEVE ADAMS' CONFESSION Not to Be Used Against Him in Colorado Trial It is Thought That the Case Will Beach the Jury Tuesday Uight. Grand Junction, July 10. The de cision of Judge Shackelford, before whom NSteve Adams is being tried on the charge of murdering Arthur Col lins, that a document purporting to be ' a confession of the crime, made and signed by Adams while he was confined in prison in Idaho, is not admissible in evidence at the hear ing here, has materially changed the plans of the prosecution. Only two witnesses were placed on the stand today. The prosecution then rested. Those witnesses were Bulkeley Wells, formerly adjutant general of Colorado, who brought Adams to Colorado. He testified thai on the way here Adams went over the story of the crime as contained in the al leged confession and repeatedly re ferred to incidents connected with it. Deputy Warden Mills of the Idaho penitentiary was the other witness. He told of Adams' confinement in prison under his charge, and verified the statements of liulkeley Wells con cerning several visits to Adams while in prison. When the state announced that it rested, the defense asked for an ad journment until tomorrow. Juror Pierson, upon being granted permis sion to speak, stated that his re ligion' prevented him doing any se rious work on Saturday and on his request -an adjournment was taken until Monday. Attorneys for .the defense say they will have all their testimony in- by Tuesday noon and the case should be in the hands of the jury by Tues day night. a CLEVELAND'S WILL. Trenton, N. J., July 10. The will of former President Cleveland was probated today. It is in Cleveland's handwriting and makes no disclos- COSART" ON A TANK IS A GUARANTEE We are always busy because we 'do It right. GO S ART PLUMBING COMPANY 28 to 50 North Second Ave. Phone Maine 285. ,;i. .;,,, ! 'H - - HfW The Summer School i J of the Lamson Business College those who desire to study any of f SHORTHAND PENMANSHIP BOOKKEEPING T or any other subjects pertaining in the latest and most approved Vmanner. You will find every fa cility for thorough work and rapid advancement. Call or write for new catalogue. The Lamson Business College I .... Phoenix, 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. We have the only fully equipped Safety Deposit Vaults In this city. Special rooms for customers. PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK PHOENIX, ARIZONA The Prescott 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 -Surplus and Undivided Profits 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. NFPTPnMAlSJ Manufacturing Jeweler 4 1 lVlJ-ilVlil.J N Removed to 33 W. Washington Street. ures as to the extent of his wealth. After some minor bequests and - the creation of a fund of J 10,000 for each of his four children, the re mainder is left to Mrs. Cleveland. TROTTING CHAMPIONSHIP. Sweet Marie Captures it From Major Delmar. Readville, Mass., July 10. Sweet Marie won the free for all race on the New Knglund Breeders' track for the trotting championship of the world today, capturing the first and third heats, and losing the second to Major Delmar. Wilkes Heart was a por third, except In the second heat, when he took second place after a hard strug gle for the lead. The best time was made in first heat, 2:06V&. THE GLIDDEN CONTEST. Pittsburg, July 10. Welcomed by many thousands of enthusiastic per sons while en - route from Cambridge Springs, Pa., to Pittsburg, a distance of I'll miles with a few slight acci dents and making excellent time, the first car in the Glidden automobile con test, reached the Hotel Schenly, the headquarters here About 1 o'clock this afternoon. The official pilot of the car arrived a few minutes after noon. CONSERVATIVE BREAKS FROM DEMOCRATIC RANKS Congressman Leake of New Jersey Declares in Favor ot Taft New York, July 10. Eugene W. Leake, democratic member of congress for the Ninth district of New Jersey wrote today to William H. Tart, an nouncing that he would vote for Taft and o(fering his services to the repub lican nominee. The letter follows: "My dear Mr. Taft: I can not sub scribe either to the candidate or the platform of the democratic convention. Conservative citizens of the country who are neither reactionary nor rep resentatives of predatory wealth or special interests but who desire a rigid enforcement of the law with equal jus tice must look to you for protection against the wave of ' radicalism and class pfejudice which will follow the Denver convention. You will hav my vote on election day and if, during the camiaign my services will be of any value to vour national committee I cheerfully tender them. "Very respectfully yours, "EUUEXE W. LEAKE." Phoenix, Arizona. Res. Main 320. - HH i ;! fr-H-H-H-fr i offers unexcelled opportunities for the business branches. TYPEWRITING to business are thoroughly taught Ariz. $100,000 120,000 THE COMPLETED John W. tierii of Indiana Becomes the Running Mate of W. J. Bryan The Tide in Favor Denver, July 10. The democratic na tional convention concluded jts labors late today by the nomination of John W. Kern of Indiana, for vice president, completing the ticket on which W. J. Bryan is the nominee for president. The nomination was made by accla mation amid the resounding cheers of delegates and spectators. ' No ballot was necessary- The convention after an adjournment at daylight with the nomination of Bryan resumed its session at 1 p. m. with a powerful undercurrent already in motion toward .the nomination of Kern for second place. Indiana presented the name of Kern; Colorado, through ex-Governor Thomas, placed in nomination Charles A. Towne of New York: Connecticut presented Archibald McNeil; Georgia, Clarke Howell. The namVs of Judge Gray of Delaware and John Mitchell of Illinois, were not presented owing to positive requests from these men not to have their names go before the con vention. For a tlm it looked as though a bal lot would be required. But the steady line of states which joined in second ing Kerns' nomination soon made it apparent that the chances of all the other candidates had been extinguish ed. Towne, in person, was the first can didate to recognize the decisive nature of the Kern movement, and in a ring ing speech withdrew his name from consideration and pledged his support to the ticket of Bryan and Kern. With this quickly followed the withdrawal of Howell and McNeil, thus leaving the Indiana man alone In the field. The withdrawal of McNeil was accom panied by a motion that the nomina tion of Kern bemade by acclamation. The motion carried with a deafening shout, and the great assemblage broke into a clamorous demonstration at the accomplishment of the work, and the completion of the democratic national ticket. The nomination was made at 4:23 p. m. and the convention thereupon ad journed with date. The democratic national committee will assemble tomorrow to complete a new organization and select a chair man who will be commander in chief of the democratic forces in the cam paign. The throngs of delegates and spectators are scattering tonight for their homes, every train bearing away thousands from the eventful scenes of the convention. RATHER EXPECTED IT. Denver, July 10. John W. Kern re ceived the news of the action of the convention ut the Albany hotel in his apartments. When, early in the day, matters began to shape themselves in his direction and his selection became almost a certainty. Kern was deter mined that he would remain away from today's session, and accordingly his seat was occupied by an alternate. 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 SL Phone 1490 Are Now Established in pur New Location PHOENIX CYCLE CO. I33 and I35 N. Center St Phone Main 84 Farmers&SIerchants Bank Tempe, - Ariz Write Us For Investments of the Vice-Presidential Nominee Set In So Strong That His Selection Was Early Re garded as a Certainty. Tomorrow night the vice presidential nominee will leave for Lincoln where he will see Bryan and discuss the campaign. COMMITTEE OF NOTIFICATION Denver, July 10. The committee ap. pointed to notify John V. Kern of the nomination includes: California, Jus tus S. Wardell. and Arizona, W. X! Forbes. SATISFACTORY TO BRYAN. Fairview. July 10. When he received the news of the nomination of J. W. Kern for vice president Bryan said he was not only phased with the nomi nation but pleased that it met with such unanimity. PILGRIMAGE OF THE COM MITTEE. . Denver, July 10. The democratic national committee will confer with Mr. Bryan at Lincoln on Monday next. The committee met today for the pur pose of organizing but in view of a telegraphed invitation from Bryan de cided to defer action until the wishes of tiie democratic candidates are as certained. Thomas Taggart of Indiana, was elected temporary chairman and 1'rey Woodson of Kentucky, tempo rary secretary, to serve until perma nent campaign managers are selected. John K. Lamb of Terre Haute, Ind., Is tonight prominently mentioned as chairman of the dennocratic national committee. It is known that Lamb will be acceptable to Bryan who It has been said, strongly impressed by the been said is strongly impressed by the of the Kern campaign but also by his work on the committee on resolutions. Ijinib for years was a law partner of the late Senator Voorhees. BRYAN'S LOSS OF SLEEP. To Be Made Up Now in Dreaming of Success. -Fairview, Lincoln, July 10. William J. Bryan retired tonight to dream of democratic success next November. Since Tuesday when the convention opened it is doubtful if he has aver aged more than three hours sleep in twenty-four. He has been in con stant touch by telegraph with the con vention anil with great frequency has ... ..: i . . cisioii on mailers oi great import ance. An all-night session was held at Fairview last night by Bryan, a few ! SATURDAY NIGHT After Supper Sale Beginning 7 p. m. 35c val'ie of Ven's Sot, co'ors brown, white, gray, blue and T green. Saturday night, per Pair 20d Children's and Misses' White Kibbed Hose, lc per pair 4. Pair Z3 High Grade Novelty Silk Mulls, actual 33c values. Saturday night, per yard 15J Ladies' Petticoats of Pres de T Sole, like silk in quality, val- $ ues up to 13.50; each $1.0i (..M i l 1' I 'I I'i I 'I I i H' M'H"H"1 I I' 1 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 which is constanrtv in demand and sells for the highest price. If you want THE HIGHEST PF.ICE PAID BY ANT CREAMERY IN 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, M,.H"I 'f"M"H I 'H"H"H"I"I"H-H-m"H"W"I"I"H 1 i 1 H"H"H It 11 1 : TICKET personal friends and a number of newspaper men. It was full daylight when, after receiving the congratula tions of those present he retired to snatch a few hours rest. At 7 o"clock he was up and about for the straggling advance guard of enthusiastic Lincoln citizens to pay their respects was al ready arriving. "La Paloma," which is one of Bryan's favorite pieces of music, was played by the band as Bryan appeared to greet the crowd. The crowd surged up In front of the steps against the hideous Korean lions, in order to shake Bryan's hand and offer him congratulations. From the door steps he addressed them with great feeling. His emotions were so stirred that his voice trembled and moisture came to Mrs. Bryan's eyes. It was not a political speech; Bryan was talking from his heart to his friends. At 8 o'clock tonight Bryan retired to enjoy a well earned rest. It is not probable that Bryan will go to Denver. EXTENT OF THE VICTORY. The Figures by Which Bryan Was Made a Third Time Candidate. Denver. July 10. The figures by which W. J. Bryan was nominated for the presidency this morning at 3:40 were: Bryan, SW.; Gray 396; Johnson, 46. The following states cast the whole or part of their votes for Johnson: Connecticut, 5; Georgia, 2; Maine, 1; Minnesota, 22; New Hampshire, 1; Pennsylvania, 3; Rhode. Island, 3. Total, 4. The following were for Gray: Del aware, 6; Georgia, 20; New Jersey, 4; Pennsylvania. '.. Total, All the rest of the vote of the con vention, with the exception of one vote from Maine and one from Ver mont not voting, and six absent, were cast for Bryan, making the total vote of the convention 1006. MESSAGES OF GOOD WILL. St. Paul, Minn., July JO. Governor Johnson sent the following telegram to Bryan today: "Please accept my congratulations on your nomination and the splendid victory which it implies. You will have no more earnest suporter than I and I hope to contribute to your support ami to that of the party. "John a. Johnson." Ladies' Sleeveless. Low Neck, 4. Summer Vests, each 5J T Men's Negligee Shirts, soft collars attached, quality silk " batiste and pongee values $2.50 and $3.00. Saturday night, " each S1.95 35c qualities of Ladies' Plain and Lace, Black and --Brown J. Hose. Saturday night, per 4 pair "20 Special ' lot of remnants In tiimiiiii,- t'iMi 1 1 plnphjlmfl find ,....1..-. o t - x staples, at a saving of J-J X 1 M"M"l"H"H"M 1 1 11 H I W i l l i ! GRAY'S CONGRATULATIONS. Wilmington, Del., July 10. Judge George Gray, upon receipt of the news of Bryan's nomination, sent the following telegram to Mr. Bryan: "Accept my congratulations. "UEORUK GRAY." o $300,000 FIRE. Two Lives Lost in a Conflagration at Grand Forks, B. C. Grand Forks, B. C, July 10. The worst fire in the history of the city in which the Capital smelter was de stroyed, started early this morning, supposedly In the Squire hotel, which was vacant. Two blacks and a half were com pletely cleaned out. The loss will reach nearly $300,000. Barnaby Malo, stopping at the Valhalla hotel, was killed, his charred remains being found in the ruins. One other person Is missing. A FRENCH LOCKOUT. Paris, July 10. At a meeting of th association of contractors to night a general lockout was voted. The situation was brought alout by the workmen's campaign, partial strikes, boycotts, etc. o i A GENERAL STORM IN NORTHERN ARIZONA A Blessed Ending Has Come to the Long Drouth. Prescott, July 10. The long douth in northern Arizona was broken this afternoon by a fierce rain storm. One and ten-hundrdths inches fell in thirty minutes and the weather is still threat ening. Feed on the big ranges had disapii.-ared anil, the water courses were dry but tonight they are running bank full. The storm is the salvation of thousands of cattle and sheep. The storm was general all over northern A rizona. INDIANS AND STOCKMEN. Flagstaff, July 10. L troop of the Fifth cavalry, equipped for a long campaign, on a special train with gat ling guns passed through Flagstaff from Fort Whipple today. They are ordered to Fort Defiance with the bal ance of the squadron from Fort Apache owing to disturbances among the Nav ajo Indians and stockmen over water adjoining the Navajo rc.iervat ion on public land. Nothing definite is known but from the preparations of the government an outbreak is evident ly expected. ' " -M-H-"i"i"i"i"i-'i"i"i";"i"i"i"i"i"i"i- :: Summer School 5 Enter any day. Grade, High T School, Business. 2 PHOENIX ACADEMY AND X J. BUSINESS COLLEGE. ? For Sale I will sell my six half lots In the Capitol Addition for 2600. 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 Phoenix, Arizona. TVe carry a complete line of Tin, Copper and Graniteware .Dmmhhii I rr.--v 'f fei I. . -i .r,' IMS--" - 5-. A'- Sit I- " 5 wi 152 , -..I,. .I,,, I.,,,,. IMS ttS y I M I PUBLICITY OF GIFTS Will Be Made Effective in Republican Campaign That is Insisted Upon by Mr. Tatt In Talk With Hitchcock. Hot Springs, July 10. That public ity of campaign funds will be made a feature of the coming campaign has been made very clear today. Mr. Taft had extended talks with Chair man Hitchcock of the republican na tional committee, and with Geo. R. Sheldon, treasurer of the national committee, who arrived today. The necessity of the strictest possible compliance with the New York law in relation to the publicity of cam paign funds by the national commit tee was the chief topic. Referring to suggestions that the republican party might receive funds outside of New York and not in clude them In the report of the na tional treasurer. Mr. Taft replied promptly that it was possible to commit perjury In such case, but he scouted the idea that the purpose in giving publicity to the funds of the party in the coming national cam paign was not entirely sincere. Sheldon also declared that in ac cordance with the New York law all funds that come to the national com mittee, in whatever state they may be collected, must be published with the names of the donors. Sheldon said he believed that money for campaign purposes would be very "tight" this year but he did not believe that campaign fund pub licity would lessen the amount con tributed. He declared that com pliance with the law in this respect would dispel the popular idea that a vast amount of money was spent In national campaigns. Nearly ail the party leaders who have been here left last night or this morning. giHiiiiiimiiiiiiniiiiiiiMiiiiiiinniiiiiiii'j I Buy . a Home I I ....... .. .Now . I em mm 1 Avoid the Fall Rush 1 We Have ' Desirable Houses For Sale in Good Location ( D WIGHT B. HEARD E Corner Center and Adams, city. B iiiiiiiiimiiiiraiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiuiiiH LOOK! This below changes every few days and It will pay you ? to watcb same. - A well improved 20 acres at a bargain for a few days only. . HENRY & C0STLEY. 15 N. 1st Ave. Mexican Drawn Work THE GENUINE KINO, 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.