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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1909.
ra THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day in the Year By THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. CEO. W. VICKER8. Pres. & Gen. MgT. Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. Publication office: Corner Second and Adams streets. Telephone Wain 47. Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix. Arizona, as mail matter of the second SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Py mall, dully, one year 00 Weekly, one year 2.00 Cash in advance. BY CARRIER. Dally, -per month 75 cts. The Arizona Republican la on sale at all of Amos' street news stand wapons In Los Angeles, San Diego, and Long Ceaco. THOEXIX, ARIZ., APRIL 24, 1903. WHO PAYS FOR THE EXCITE MENT? Great fortunes are effaced in an instant amid such episodes as have been occurring at Chicago, the last three days, but the public at large has no sympathetic Interest in the ruin of the gamblers, large or small. But it has a deep interest in the stir which these plays create outside the grain market. The price of wheat is now about where it was before Mr. Patten began putting the finish ing touches on his corner, but it will be months before there is a re adjustment of the prices of bread which were raised as a consequence of that flurry. In a less time of course there will be a r.ew and lower quotation on flour. Who has been benefited by the flurry except the successful manipula tors? The wheat raisers in a very small measure, for though the mar ket price of wheat was raised every where, with the Chicago price as the basis, very little was actually sold beyond the wheat which was already in the great elevators and the ac tual sales of that had very little to do with the raising of the price. So as a matter of fact the farmer has been but little benefited. The flour manufacturer has perhaps to some extent been a loser and the baker was also until he increased the price of the loaf to correspond with the fictitious price of wheat. He will probably keep it there until he has recouped himself, and in the lan guag of the period, "then some." The consumer ultimately pays for the disturbance though he does not contribute to the profits of Mr. Pat ten and his friends. The gamblers .on the wrong side make that up. A removal of the duty on wheat, as Secretary Wilson suggested, which suggestion Mr. Patten bluffingly ac cepted, would not lessen the value of wheat in this country but it would make it more difficult to control and lessen the recurrence of these dis turbances. ONE THING WE CAN AGREE UPON. The interurban railway movements whose success is now practically as sured, will be of great advantage to the valley as well as to Phoenix. The trade of the merchants will be in creased and the land as well as the commodities of the now more re mote parts of the valley to be pen etrated, will have added values. But while these interurban lines are being encouraged, the people of this valley and Phoenix should exert whatever influence they may to ward inducing a completion of the main line of which the Phoenix & Eastern, the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix, and the Arizona & California, altogether constitute only a discon nected link, of no value at all for main line purposes. The commercial bodies, private citi zens, business men and all should get together in this matter as to whose supreme importance there can be no disagreement and urge in the strongest manner possible the com pletion of the Phoenix & Eastern to the Gila Valley, Globe & Northern and the Arizona & California to Bengal. We believe that a strong concerted and insistent effort just now would do much to bring these connections about and our struggle for a better outside market would be rewarded. The next gale that sweeps from the southeast will bring to our ears the crash of rifles, and, if Mr. Roose velt's aim be good, the roars of lions in agony. The Washington Herald observes: "They may tinker and hammer as much as they will, but the scent of the Dingley law will hang round it fitill." Get Those Glasses Now. Dr. L. M. Swigert of Swigert Bros., Opticians, will close their office tor the summer season this year on June 5th, for two and a half months. If there is anything the matter with your eyes or in need of glasses that "fit in every detail," see us now. Hours: 9 to 12, and 1 to 5. Other times by appointment. 17 E. Adamp St., across from Adams Hotel. Phone Red 2C41. Three boxes of strawberries, 25c. McKee's, Saturday. Crump pays 22 4c cash for eggs. NOTICE TO THE QUALIFIED VOT ERS OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX. Pursuant to law, and particularly resolution No. 348 of the Common Council of Phoenix, the following copy of a proposed ordinance granting a franchise to J. F. Powell and his as signs to construct and operate a com pressed air and vacuum ventilating and cleaning system in said city, is hereby published in The Arizona Re publican, the same being a newspaper of general circulation published In said City, and the qualified voters of the City of Phoenix are hereby notified that the form of ordinance following, and none other, is the ordinance and franchise to be submitted to the quali fied voters of the said City at the gen eral charter election to be held In said City May 4, 1909, that said qualified voters of said City may determine the question whether or not the Common Council of Phoenix shall grant such a franchise to said J. F.-Powell and his assigns to construct and operate a compressed air and vacuum ventilat ing and cleaning system in said City of Phoenix, under the provisions of the proposed ordinance and franchise following. . ; . . FRANK THOMAS ' City Recorder of Phoenix. ORDINANCE NO An Ordinance Granting to J. F. Powell a Franchise to Install and Operate a Compressed Air and Vacuum Ven tilating and Cleaning System in the Streets and Alleys of the City of Phoenix. The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: Section 1. That J. F. Powell and his assigns are hereby granted the right of way through, under, in, and upon the streets, sidewalks, alleys and pub lic grounds of the City of Phoenix, Ariz., for the purpose therein and there on to lay, maintain, use and operate all the necessary pipes, pipe lines, valves, valve boxes or other suitable materi als or appliances to successfully in stall, operate, maintain and use a com pressed air and vacuum ventilating and cleaning system within the limits of the City of Phoenix; provided, that the laying and maintenance of said pipes, pipe lines and other materials or appliances shall be subject to the regulation of the Common Council of the said City of Phoenix: and further provided that the said pipes, pipe lines and other materials or appliances shall be laid only in alleys except at cross ings or at such places where the con sumers to be served are so situated that they can not be economically reached on alleys. Sec. 2. That at any time hereafter when business may justify It the said J. F. Powell or his assigns shall have the privilege under this ordinance of extending said compressed air and vacuum ventilating and cleaning sys tem in any direction throughout the City, or in any addition that may here after be made to or become a part of the corporate limits of the said City of Phoenix, and the privilege hereby granted to the said J. t. Powell or his assigns within said corporate limits Is hereby extended to and made to in clude said additions. Set. 3. The rights and privileges hereby granted to the said J. F. Powell and his assigns shall vest In them im mediately upon the passage of this or dinance, and shall continue for a period of twenty-five years from the date of its final passage: provided, however, that the said J. F. Powell or his as signs shall have commenced In a busi nesslike manner the work upon and the construction of the said compress ed air and vacuum ventilating and cleaning system on or before ninety days from the final passage of this ordinance, and shall have completed and in operation said compressed air and vacuum ventilating and cleaning system within the limits of the said City of Phoenix on or before one year from the final passage of this ordi nance: provided further, that the said J. F. Powell or his assigns are not hin dered from so doing by means or agencies not in their power to control. and provided further that said Com mon Council may extend the said time of either commencement or completion of said system whenever in its discre tion it may deem advisable. Sec. 4. That the said J. F. Powell r his assigns, as one of the condl shall pay into the treasury of the City of Phoenix, for the use and bi.nertt of the said City, annually on the first Monday of January of each year one per cent of the gross earnings of the said compressed air and vacuum ven tilating and cleaning system for the year ending December thirty-first Im mediately prior thereto, and that said payment shall be accompanied by a sworn statement made by the said J. F. Powell or his assigns showing the amount of said gross earnings of srid system for such year, and said J. F. Powell or his assigns shall at all times permit said City to examine his or their books for the purpose of verify ing any such statement of earnings. Failure to comply with all the condi tions herein required shall operate as a forfeiture of any and all privileges and franchises herein granted to said J. F. Powell and his assigns. Sec. 5. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication according to law. Passed by the Common Council of Phoenix this day of 1909. Mayor. Attest: City Recorder. Austin & Souther, 53 State St., Boston, f Members f Boston Curb Exchange, i Orders executed and informa ' tlon furnished on all listed ! stocks. Our market letter with Inter esting facts concerning VULTURE upon application. Lower Berth No. Six ml Whatever berth you get hand the porter a suit case you're not ashamed of. If your suit case is worn and shabby why not discard'it and get a new one. No. 129 genuine sole leather 24 inches long by 13 wide, by 1 deep. Steel frames, pressed leather corners. Three brass hinges riveted on by hand. Solid brass lock. Two straps go clear . around. Lined with Scotch linen. Shirt fold in lid. This is a well appearing, well made suit case of de sirable materials, and the price is $9.00. Post Office News. Store , 136 N. Center St. ROSE BAY The Nw Remedy for Lung' Trouble and t Consumption. The one treatment that gives favor able results. Under favorable climatic or home conditions the effect is in creased many fold. The benefit of a Ten Days' Treatment is sufficient In centive to continue until cured. Write for book of results r erd J2.00 for 18 or. bottle prepaid. Two-foid action builds up and destroys germs of disease. Pleasant to take, soothing and healing. One treatment will convince. Book free. ROSE BAY MEDICAL CO., 830 N. Y. Life Bldg.. Kansas City, Mo. Severely Injured MAY NEVER RECOVER A great many people have left this store with an injured conscience to think that they had not been around to see our line of goods and get our prices before buying elsewhere. Aft er they had ompared our prices with what they had paid for their goods. DON'T BUT UNTIL you have seen our line of Hammocks, Axminster Rugs. Iron Beds, Springs, ilattre.sses. Dressers,.. Stoves, Exten sion Tables, lioekrrs, Folding Go- Carts, Trunks, Suit Cases and Tele scopes. We handle Tents and Can vas. See the Mammoth Side Board which cost $125.00 new. See "ie bankrupt stock of Per fumes and Toilet Waters at 75 per cent less than cost. Let us make a price on your goods before you leave, we pay the highest price for Second Hand Goods. Massie & Sons 114-116 W. Wash. St. Phone M. 25" WE DRILL WELLS Furnish Pumps, Windmills, Tanks. Engines, etc. Complete water supply systems installed. E. T. Hunt, 20 years experience personally in charge of work. HUNT-FROMAN WELL CO. 208 E. Washington St, Phoenix. THE PERFECT FLOUR EMBRACES all of the good qualities of other brands and some extra ones of its own. The Perfect Is not a flour that is su perior in only one or two qualities. It is superior all round. It bakes better, goes farther and stays moister than any other. Try a sack just to see what the best of all flours is like. Ask your grocer. II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I T J. REDLANDS T The most beautiful spot in CALIFORNIA. March and April are the most ideal months in the year. HOTEL CASA LOMA offers excellent table, perfect service and ac comodations. Reasonable Rates. t No consumptives taken. I BUSY DRUG STORE A. L. BOEHMER'S !i Open Until s Mid- nlht N. E. Cor. Center HAND ' Our special sale of Poeketbooks lias been such a decided success that we are .going to continue it a few days longer. Every article fresh stock, not shop-worn. See the window. 1 Free s Delivery ) I Service SPECIAL PRICES 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 WE FIX 'EM. None too complicated, none too simple, but all guaranteed at Jack'a P e' PHOENIX I Phone Main 145. i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 FARMERS, MINERS, PROS PECTORS, ATTENTION. I have the reputation of being your best outfitter in the city. I know what you need. I know how much of each article you need. I know how to select goods economically. Call and we will make up the order to your satisfaction. If not able to call, send list and I will select goods, pack and ship to you promptly. Coffee and tea a specialty. FRANK GRIEBEL'S 218 W. Wash. St Phono M. 43 Don't let your Plumbing before see ing us. We can save you money, and ev ery job we do is guaranteed. GREER -STARK PLUMBING CO. 217 W. Wash. St. Phone Red 3361. Send in your repairs. 9i Hughie Hughes The Famous Interna tional Auto Expert. Cars examined and repaired. Garage 235 W. "Wash. Phone Main 345. -m i 222ZBB3ZK3 The Old Reliable Established in 1897. Twelve years' experience has taught us the needs of the pub lic in moving Pianos, Furnture, etc. Tl.is long experience "a at the public's disposal at most reasonable prices. Two phones. Lightning Delivery Phono Main 16. 16 S. Center. IH 1 1' -U M M t V ! I' 1 1 f W. A. REYNOLDS I Contractor and Builder 1 f Plans and specifications furn lshed free on all work con- I traded or superintended by him. Let me plan yeur bouse f for you. SATISFACTION GUARAN TEED. Phone Red 8255. T Residence, 111J W. Fillmore St I Office. Five Points, Phoenix. M t f t M t t ! t t I ! 1 I Ti.a. MMH You Must Stop FOR A WARM ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHT'S REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA. ARIZONA DAILY AT THE FORD GRILL Shell Oysters, Clams, Mussells, Lobsters, and the best Steer Loin Steaks, Spring Chicken, etc Bi and Washington, BAGS Leather Hand Bags and : n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 AUTO CO. 223 E. Adama St. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it 10c Don't wear away your life washing SPREADS when we do them snow-white for 10c ORANGE TREES LEMON TREES POMELO TREES KUM QTJAT TREES SATSTJMA ORANGE TREES ONE DOLLAR EACH Dill's Seed Bouse 128 N. Center St. IV!. L. Vieux CEMENT CONTRACTOR. Proprietor Artificial Cement Co., Arizona Lime Co, and Asphalt Paving Co. Works. S. First St Office, 40 W. Adams EL Phone 2181. Phoenix, Arizona. BIUIULSIUUWIMIIIUW I i MMMeleel JUST RECEIVED T Freeh Stock of Hearsey Tires. T At the BIKE HOSPITAL. X We guarantee them to be right. 1 Stewart & Templin (The Bike Surgeons.) Phone Main 363. Next to P. O. j-H-H-H i t H.n H'.Hl l hh,.h. 1 m Mail Orders S 1 Promptly I Attended to 1 ill YOUR MOTHER would be pleased to receive a real NAVAJO BLANKET from her boy. We have the va riety. You make the selection. ARIZONA SADDLERY GO. 45 North Center St. Phoenix. -M-H-H-H 1 1 1 1 j-i-H"M 1 1 1. M Phoenix Foundry Go. All Kinds of IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS Good work and prompt delivery our specialty. Contractors (take notice) meet all competition. Let us figure with you. Rogers & Moore, Proprietors The Phoenix National Bank Phoenix, Arizona. Capital, Surplus and Profits.. $250,000.00 Deposits $1,500,000 E.. B. Gage, President. H. J. McClung, V.-Pres. R. B. Bunnister, Cashier.' H. M. Galliver, Ass't. Cash. E. B. Gage. W. T. Staunton. F. T. Alkire. ,,HHh. ; 1 1 1 ' 1 H hm n mi i The Prescott PRESCOTT - - - I CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS ..f S270.000.00 X Roll of Honor Bank No. 585. United States Depository. Territory of Arizona Depaltory. County of Yavapai Depository. City of Prescott Depository. P. M. MURPHY. President Kill mil ! 1 1 H 1 111 11 H i t MHMIIillllUlHI llllttMtHMIlllIHHIKMMI I Capital $100,000.00 The National Bank of Arizona, AT PHOENIX. OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY Prompt attention given to collections and all business details, and courteous treatment to all of our many tourists. Headquarters for all visitors. E. Ganz, President. 8. Oberfelder, Cashier. Chas. Goldman, Vice President. J. J. Sweeney, Ass't. Cashier. MMIMMMIMMm AN INVITATION TO VISIT our new bank building is cordially extended to our customers and their friends. Also to inspect our equipment and facilities for safe, convenient and efficient transaction of banking business. We feel confident that ; ou wi!! be much pleased by having an account with the Valley Bank, subject to check. The Valley Bank Phoenix, Established 1SS4. MACHINE Does your Gasoline- cause you trouble i We ing on tne spot, call or write. JOHNSON & COMPANY Phone Black 8921. w. r. NICHOLS, President UNION BANK & TRUST CO. W NORTH CENTER ST. GENERAL 6ANKINQ PROMPTNESS, COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION. THE EXQUISITE CLEANLINESS OF OUR BAKE SHOP Appeals to particular housekeepers. Bread at S and 10 cents; delicious Dinner Rolls end Buns at 10 cents a dozen. Raspberry, Red Cherry and Gooseberry Tarts, Be each. PHOENIX BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY. Est. 1831. Edward Eisele. Prop. Phone M, 83. Removal Notice We are now located in our new quarters, cor ner Second Ave. and Jackson St., one block west of Santa Fe depot. Send us your work. Kunz Bros. & Messinger H P B We receive daily fresh supplies of California and local fruits and vegetables. Phone Us Main 6 I COLD AIR STORAGE MARKET DIRECTORS. F. M. Murphy. D. M. Ferry. Geo. N. Gage. L. H. Chalmers." W. A. Drake. H. J. McClung. m M mi m i ; 1 1 ; i i M i h National Bank I - - - - .ARIZONA. R. N. FREDERICKS. Cashier. 4. K H i Mt'tHHW1 M-H-Wlli Surplus $100,000.00 IIHMMHMUMMMMM Arizona. Capital and Surplus, tl2n,000.0 REPAIRING Engine or other machinery do overhauling ana repair- : 449 S. 7th Ave. J. AC BWETNAM, GEO. H. LUTGERDINQ, Vice-President Cutler. GOLD HOTEL ANTON GOLD. Prop. Third and Washington Sts. Fine, clean rooms, centrally located; EOo per night and Bp. Come and investigate . 4 I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I H I We make a specialty of I Box Trade i Dractaii. Cigar Go 5- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ! I I 451 S. Seventh Ave. Phone Main 212. WI I I II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I " '