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Twenty acres of alfalfa, three miles from postofficc. $2350.00 E. E. Pasoce, 110 North Center Street. THE BSZWA BEP FOR SALE. Five room bouse, near library. Two lots; fine shade. S1050.00 Cash. E. E. Pascoo, 110 North Center Street. NINETEENTH YEAR. 12 PAGES PHOENIX, ARIZONA THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17 1908 12 PAGES VOL XIX. NO 121) UBLIGAW OHANLER, STANDARDBEARER OF NEW YORK DEMOCRATS Nomination of the State Ticket. With a Single Exception, by Acclamation That Exception, Said Senator McCarren Was an Insult to Kind's County Democrats "Which Might he Kesentetl. Rochester, Sept. 1G. Nominating all hut one of its candidates by acclama tion and adopting a platform which arraigns the administration of Gover nor Hughes and pledges its earnest support to the Denver platform and candidates, the democratic state con vention today nominated as the head of its ticket for governor, the present lieutenant governor of the state, Lewis Stuyvesant Chanler. of Dutchess county- All opposition to Mr. Chanler disap peared after a conference of the state leaders which occupied a greater part of last night. The ticket decid.-d upon by the leaders, with one exception, seemed to meet the approval of all the delegates and the nominations were made with great enthusiasm until the office of state engineer and purveyor was reached. The conference candidate for this of '.vas Philip P. Parley, of Brooklyn an ant i-McCarren man. Senator McCar ren. amid the cheers of his supporters took the platform, "to resent an in sult." He declared the nomination of Parley was agreed to without any re gard to the Kings county delegation and was intended to embarrass them. He declared that he would always sup irt the democrat nominees but would not hold himself responsible for the action of the people who felt them selves insulted. Parley won on a roll call but a motion to make the nomina tion unanimous was lust by two or three scattering negatives. Judge Parker addressed the conven tion and declared that Sherman the republican candidate for vice president had in ailed Wall Street for political contribution in lStt when chairman of the congressional committee. "Evi "COJART" ON A TANK XS A GUARANTEE We are always busy because we do It right. GOSART PLUMBING COMPANY 18 to 30 North Second Ave. WE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE Chandeliers Bank and Office Railing THE E. THOMA M'F'G. CO.. 451 S. Seventh Avenue, Artistic Chandelier Work Phoenix, Arizona. PHONE MAIN 212. a Specialty. POOL ROOM Phone or W. J. KINGSBURY, Tempo, Dairymen, Keep up New prices, courteous and fair treatment of all, open and honest methods, please the people. Ou patrons are increasing every day, but ve still invite more. New and up-to-date machinery, handled by competent men, results in a product, which with the same con scientious methods constantly increases demand. If you want the (test possible prices, and a fair square deal, we want your butter fat, wherever in the valley you are. Come with the crowd to The Maricopa Creamery, 4- F. H. MOGNETT, Pres. PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK PHOENIX, ARIZONA CAPITAL - - SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS E. B. GAGE, President. H. J. McCLUXG. Vice President. , R. K. BURMISTER, Cashier. If. M. OALLrVER, Asst Cashier. DIRECTORS. E. B. Gage W. A. Drake F. M. Murphy Ceo. X. Gage D. M. Ferry V. F. Staunton Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent. The Prescott National Bank, Prescott, Ariz. Capital paid in - - 9100,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits ... 155,000 F. M. MURPHY, President MORRIS GOLDWATER, Vlce-Pres't R. N. FREDERICKS, Cashier. H. A. CHEVERTOX. Q. E-. MEANT, Assistant Cashiers. We Pay Highest Cash Prices " For Old Gold and Silver and Precious Stones PECIAL REDUCED PRICES ON W ATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. NFRTFDMAM Manufacturing Jeweler 1 xKLLaLyiMllXl Removed to 33 W. Washington Street dence," Judge Parker said, "was not wanting of the purpose of the republi can leaders to continue the plan of se curing funds from those interested either in legisltaoni or non- enforce ment of the law." He quoted Taft as admitting that a great majority of the trusts were formed under republican rules. He recalled Roosevelt's inviting Har riman to help raise campaign funds in 1MU4. "The hitter," lie said, "went to New York and procured 285,o0. a quarter of a million which he scattered over Xew York for practical uses by practical men." Parker declared that the election of Bryan and Kern would go far toward securing this underlying and most important of all many need ed reforms. Judge Parker was liberally applaud ed throughout his speech, at the con clusion of which the committee on res olutions reported. On the call of the roll for nomina tions for governor the only name plac ed Itefore the delegates was that of Lieutenant Governor Lewis Stuyvesant Chanler, and the nomination wa-s made by acclamation. John A. Dix of 'Washington county was nominated without opposition for lieutenant governor. Secretary of State John S. AYhalen, Comptroller John H. McGlynn and State Treasurer Julius Hauser were renominated by acclamation. George M. Palmer of Schoharie county was nominated for attorney general by ac clamation. Albert Haight of Erie county was nominated for associate justice of the court of appeals. Judge Haight is also the republican nominee. For state engineer and surveyor. Phoenix. Arizona. J FOR' RENT Write Ariz. with the Procession J E. KAYS, Mgr. A S100.000.00 8150.000.00 I. H. Chalmers F. T. Alklre H. J. M:Clung Philip F. Farley of Kings county was nominated. After Senator Gore of Oklahoma had addressed the convention it adjourned without date. CHANLER'S ACCEPTANCE. Syracuse, Sept. 16. Lieutenant Gov ernor Chanler was the principal speak er today at the state fair. Just before he -ascended the platform the Associat ed Press representative informed him of his nomination for governor. "It is a great honor," said Mr. Chanler. "It is also a great responsibility. I shall do my best to show myself worthy of both." TOO OLD FOR POLITICS. Rochester, Sept. 16. National Chair man Mack today telephoned to ex Governor David B. Hill at Albany, and at the request of the state leaders ask ed him if he would permit the conven tion to name him as their choice for United States senator to fill the next vacancy. Mr. Hill replied that he ap preciated the honor but that he had retired from political life and could not accept. VANGUARD OF THE FLEET. Xaples, Sept. 16. Par along toward the completion of the circuit of the globe the battleships Maine and Ala bama, the vanguard of the American Atlantic-fleet arrived here this morn ing and were given an enthusiastic wel come. o CLE Yt LAND CLIMBING NEW YORK FAR AHEAD Interebtirq Race in the F;rst Division of Both th Bio Leagues. National. Clubs Won. Lost. Pet. Xew York SI 4G .649 Pittsburg M 2 .6J0 Chicago S4 VI .6::n Philadelphia 72 Di .551 American. Clubs Won. Lost. pet. Detroit 77 f.6 .581 Cleveland 77 611 .fi64 Chicago 75 61 .551 St. Louis 74 61 .548 National League. At Brooklyn R. II. E. Cincinnati 0 4 7 Hrooklyn 3 3 Batteries: Dubee and McLean; Wil helm and Dunn. At Now York R. II. E. St. Louis 2 8 2 Xew York 6 9 4 Batteries: Baldwin, Lush and Mo ran; Crandall and liresnahan. At Chicago R. II. E. Chicago . 5 5 1 Boston 0 5 3 Batteries: Pfeisterjand Klint,; Mat tern, Choi'elle and Bowcrrmin. At Philadelphia It. II. E- Pittsburg 2 6 3 Philadelphia 5 9 3 Batteries: Camitz, Leever.. anil Gibson; Sharks and Dooin. Second game R. II. E. Pittsburg 2 10 0 Philadelphia 0 4 3 Batteries: Iifield and Gibson; Richie and Jacklltsch. American League. At St. Louis R. II. E. Detroit 4 12 3 St. Louis 1 7 2 Batteries: Summers and Schmidt; Waddell and Smith. At Chicago R. II. E Chicago 1 3 3 Cleveland 7 9 1 Batteries: Peine and Sullivan; Ber ger and Bemis. Coast League. At Portland R. II. E. Portland 1 6 0 San Francisco 0 4 1 Batteries: Groom and Whalen; Henley, Griffin and Barry. At San Francisco R. H. E. Los Angeles 8 9 0 Oakland 9 8 6 Batteries: Briswalter and Easter ly; Christian and Lewis. BICYCLES FOR LADIES, MEN, GIRLS AND BOYS, BOTH NEW AND SECOND HAND. HARTFORD BICYCLE TIRES, KELLEY BUGGY , TIRES, EXPERT REPAIR ING. PHOENIX CYCLE CO.r 133 N, Center St. Phone Main 84 3 Come Quick . For sale, the best 160 acres" in the valley at a very low price If taken at once: Fourth Arizona Fair, Phoe nix, Nov. 9-14, 1908. Attrac-, tions extraordinary. - HENRY & COSTLEY 15 NORTH FIRST AVENUE 22 MR. TAFTS ITINERARY The Principal Points On His Western Tour As at Present Arranged it Covers Two Weeks From September Cincinnati, Sept. 16. Senator Dixson, director of the western speaker's bu reau who has personally arranged the details of the itinerary of Judge Taft today gave out this statement: "Sec retary Taft will start on his western trip, leaving Cincinnati on the morning of September 23rd, speaking at Brock, Ind., at George Ade's farm at noon; on the night of September 24th at Mil waukee; at Madison September 2Dth: St. laul and Minneapolis on September 26th. Sunday. 27th, he will rest at Minneapolis and will leave Minneapo lis on Monday, September 2Sth. He will have a daylight run through Min nesota, speaking at Fargo, X. D., that night. September 29th he will be in South Dakota, speaking at the corn palace fair at Mitchell in the afternoon. On September 3th he will speak at Fort Dodge, Iowa, at noon, and at Omaha at night. October 1st will be a day light western trip through Nebraska, speaking at Denver on the night of October 2nd and October 3rd will be an eastbound trip through Kansas. Mr. Taft speaking at Topeka that night. On Sunday, October 4th, he will rest at Kansas City. October 5th will be a daylight trip through Missouri with a speech at noon at St. Joseph. He will reach St. Louis on the morn ing of October 6th and will remain in that city all day. reaching Chicago in order to open the Deep Water Ways convention at 11:30 Thursday, Octob er 7th. Leaving Chicago about 1 o'clock he will attend the fiftieth an niversary of the Lincoln-Douglas de bate at Galesburg, Illinois, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon. The details of the trips between these important places will be arranged for by the chairman of 'he committee." The second trip will take him Into Kentucky. Tennessee and possibly South Carol ma. The last trip will be I to the east. . New York City will be visited and a speech will be made in the northern part of the Empire state. New England will not be included in this trip but speeches will be made in j Maryland. Pennsylvania, West ir gir.ia and Ohio which will bring the candidate to his native city for election day. This plan of campaign for the re publican presidential candidate was decided on today by Taft. Sherman. Hitchcock. Senator Dixon. Charles Nagel. national committee-man from Missouri, and in charge of the Chicago republican headquarters. Robert Bal linger. of Washington of the advisor' committee and A. L. Vurys. Taft will travel In a special train and with him will be other speakers of national repute. It was said today that Senator DolllVer of Iowa would likely be one. After the conference Hitchcock expressed himself generally on the manner of the campaign which has been decided upim. making it plain that beginning with the first of Octo ber the "rocket and red fire" features will be fast enough and strenuous enough to silence all criticsm. After the conference Chairman Hitchcock left for New York, Mr. Nagel went to St. Louis and Senator Dolliver after remaining for an extended talk with the candidate returned to Chicago. o A DISILLUSIONMENT BY MR. HARRIMAN The Speculators in Pacifies Found They .Had Been Pursuing a Phantom. New York. Sept. 16. All that Har riman had to impart concerning the properties in which he is interested it fell far short of what the speculative imagination had been .led to expect during weeks of buying of the stocks at steadily advancing prices. It was the disappointment on this score that caused the crumbling of prices today more than any other factor. Tlie realization that there was to be no Cnion Pacific holding company and distribution of treasury assests, no im mediate valuable rights in Southern Pacific In connection with financing, no extra disbursement on Northern Pacific and in fact no actuality on which to base numerous other rumors which have kept alive speculative en thusiasm for some time pJst, left hold ers of stocks with the dread that they hud been pursuing phantoms and ov erdoing the speculation. Reading served as the instrument for the sup port of the market. This stock was about the only one to show positive strength at any time. New York Cen tral advanced a point temporarily when it became known that the regu lar dividend had been declared. The relief from fears of a reduction in that dividend did not avail to restore mis givings over dividend maintenance at other points. The two Hill stocks and Canadian Pacific were acutely af fected. The selling pressure continued up to the close, which was weak at lowest prices. Bonds were heavy. STOCKS. New York, Sept. 16. Amalgamated Copper "f.J. Smelting 88. Atchison 87, St. Paul 137, New York Central 104, Pennsylvania 122 Vi, Reading 122. Southern Pacific 105 Vs. Union Pacific 162. Stoel 4ii',4. Steel pfd. 187. Sil ver C24, Mexican 45. GRAIN. Chicago, Sept. 16. At the outset the wheat market was firm with December 'SC to c over yesterday's close. A reaction followed gradually and drew most of the traders to the bull side. At its best the market offered $1.0174 for September, $1.01 for JJecember and $1.03 for May, and these prices held at the close, being for September and December 2 cents over yesterday. The corn market was under a great deal of pressure today. September at one time sold at 7S cents, 2 cents under yesterday's close. Oats closed, while at a loss of ci 'Ac, was comparatively steady. METALS. New York, Sept. 16. The London tin market was lower, spot 130 15s, fu tures 132. The local market was weak in sympathy, $28.5028.75. Copper declined to 60 7s 6d for spot, 61 2s 6d for futures in London. Locally the market was weak. Lake $13.5013.62'. electrolytic $13.37- 13.50. Casting $13. 12f 13.25. It is claimed that some leading producers made regular sales recently holding prices considerably above the quota tions. Lead was higher at 13 2s 9d in London. The local market was easy, $4.47V4'!i4.52'.i. Spelter was unchanged in London. The local market was quiet, $4.75W 4. So. Iron was lower In the English mar ket, with standard foundry quoted at r.iis 3d and Cleveland warrants at 51s 61 Locally there was no change. CATTLE AND SHEEP. Chicago, Sept. 3 6. Cattle receipts were 22.000; steady to a shade lower. Beeves $3.60T 7.60. Texas steers $3.F.Qffi) 5.00, western steers $3.2o(ii 5.S."., stock ers anil feeders $2..r0(i 4.40, cows and heifers $1.70fj 5.75, calves $6.40 6.50. Sheep receipts were about 29.000; market steady. Natives $2.25i 4 25. westerns $2.25'i 4.25, yearlings $4.201 4.75, lambs J3.2iitfi5.T0, westerns $3,254$ 5 so. o A DOZEN ARE DEAD POWDER EXPLOSION Among the Victims is the Man Who Cau-sed the Disaster. Sedalia, Mo., Sent. 16. Five addition al deaths as the result of the explo sion of black powder at Windsor, Mo., yesterday afternoon, occurred in the hospitals at Sedalia today. This brings the total dead up to twelve. Among the two who died today was Conductor A. F. Herschberger, who according to the testimony brought out at th! coroner's inquest, threw a match which caused the explosion. Ten oth ers injured are reported tonight as showing improvement and all but one or two will recover. WYOMING MINERS STRIKE ENDS. Butte, Sept. 16. According to tele grams received here today miners in Sheridan, Monarch and Carey, Wyom ing, have returned to work. Although the basis of the settlement of the strike is not known, these mines will begin shipping coal at once. No settlement it is understood has yet been reached in other Wyoming towns involved. H-t-H I M 't 1 1 H I t I M HIM H 1 Another Garload f -OF- GOAL OIL -AND- GASOLINE i To Be Given Away I Best, bulk oil cer gallon 20C ? Best case oil per can $1.35 Best bulk easoline per gallon 35(5 Best case easoline. 5 gallon can...:.... $1,60 Special prices to Autoists and others. Krouskop's GROCERY STORE AT FIVE f PHONE MAIN 270. 1 WE DELIVER TO ALL 4 ? PHOENIX. OUR SOLICITOR f 4 tun iii i rM wnnrc T K-H"H"M"I"M 1 11 M' I1 11 H I H' I H- INVASION OF NEW YORK BY CANDIDATE BRYAN His Constant Comparison of the Two Na tional Platforms Roosevelt's Good Words Worthless, the Endorsement of a Judgment Proot Political Bankrupt. Ravenn. X. Y, Sept. 16. Carrying his campaign into the Rmpire state. William J. Bryan in several speeches today on the way to Rochester, where he sike tonight, explained the differ ences in the platforms of the demo cratic and republican parties and se verely arraigned both Taft and It velt. His first remarks were made at Cornwall where he spoke for two min utes. At Newherg, the home of ex Oovernor Odell he denounced the re publican platform and declared that he could call Mr. Taft as a witness against it. He spoke to a great crowd at Kingston. The democratic candidate warned his hearers not to allow the re publican leaders to scare hem from support of the democrat ticket by threats of a panic. He referred to Mr. Taft as Mr. Roosevelfs appointee, anil said the president's endorsement of Taft "is the endorsement of a political bankrupt against whom you cannot collect even if you tried." Mr. Bryan expressed his gratifica tion that the east and the west were this year united and harmoniously fighting in defense of the dem.K-r.itic platform. "It might be possible to win a dem ocratic victory," I- declared, "by the electoral votes cast in the south and in the states west of the Alleghenies but it will very much strengthen the hands of the executive and strengthen our party in congress If we cunwin a victory in which the south, east and west can claim a share. uir desire is." he said "to restore a permanent prosperity and a universal prosperity. "If we win it it will be a victory for the plain people of this country who are asking ni thing at the hands of the governemnt but justice and who ought to be satisfied with nothing less than justice." He closed by telling the audience that everywhere in the United States the trend w;us in favor of the demo cratic party and that in no state was the republican party gaining in either strength or in votes. END OF A RESTLESS DAY. Rochester. Sept. 16. A speech by William J. Bryan in this city tonight on ".Mr. Taft and His Scare," and two overflow talks formed the climax of an eventful day in the present cam paign. Arriving shortly after 6 o'clock and met by thousands of persons, the democratic leader was accorded an ovation. Along with him from Syra cuse came the new democratic nomi Phoenix Academy and Business College GRADE, HIGH SCHOOL AND BUSI NESS COURSES. Enter any Day. t vgz : , A GOOD FARM UNDERPRICED worth $100 per aero but PRICED AT $85 PER ACRE because owner must raise some money DURING THE NEXT TWO WEEKS. Sixty acres in alfalfa, sixty acres in grain, all fenced and cross-fenced "into eight fields, frame house, well, shade trees and fruit. Soil Maricopa sandy loam and Glendale loess. Been in cultivation for years and is a bargain at the price. PHOENIX TRUST COMPANY 16 WEST ADAMS STREET. Phono Main 194. GILA MONSTERS Will pay $1.00 each, for good size live Gila Monsters .' R. L. BALKE U. S. INDIAN TRADER Poprietor of tho Curio Store on Adams Stroat. for Talt, He Eesarils nee for governor of New York. Lewis Stuyvesant Chanler. Among those at the station to meet him was National Chairman Mack. William J. Conners, chairman of the democratic state com mittee, Charles F. Murphy, the Tam many chieftan, and Daniel F. Cohaian. Tlie principal speech tonight was in Convention hall which was packed to the doors with several thousand'on the outside. A SHOW OF CONFIDENCE GRATIFYING TO HUGHES The Greater Popular Interest in the Conduct of Public Affairs. Albany, Sept. 16. "The deep interest which the people are taking in the con duct of their affairs is a most welcome sign. I wish to ex:res3 to those who so generously testified to their confi dence in mu and their desire that I should be renominated my cordial ap preciation. "I shall endeavor to show this by giving for the state, if I am re-elected, the best ski vices of which I am capa ble." This statement was made by Governor Hughes today. AGED JURIST DEAD. Justice McFarland of the California Supreme Court, San Francisco, Sept. 16. Thomas K. McFarland, associate justice of the supreme court of California, died at 2:15 o'clock this morning at his home in this city after a long ilness from cancerous growth of the throat. For a long time he has not partici pated iri the proceedings of the court. He was born in Pennsylvania in 1S2S and elected to the supreme bench in 1 Sa8. o CALIFORNIA RAINSTORM. t at Stockton. Sept. 16. This section has just had a violent thunderstorm In which 2.1 inches of rain fell. Unless warm, clear weather follows the dam age to the graie crop will be enor mous. ;, H'i MM I I I I H' I II IfH'W Orange Land 10 ACRES CLOSE TO CLAYSON'S. THE PRICE IS $75 PER ACRE. 20 ACRE BEARING ORANGE GROVE AT NINE DOLLARS PER t TREE. D WIGHT B. HEARD:: . A Corner Center and Adams, City. jL t-I-1 II t M I 1 II 1 1 M t i 1 1 1 1"M" BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING are thoroughly taught at Tlie Lamson Business College PHOENIX, ARIZONA. H. S. Griswold & Co. HAS REMOVED TO 25 East Adams St. where lie is offering great 1 reductions in bicycle tires, i sundries and bicyles.