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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1909.
. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Ivary Day la lha Yaar ? THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. GBO. W. TICKERS. Pre, as Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Morning Associated"" Press Dispatches. Publication office: Corner Second and dams Streets. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the poatofflce at Phoenix. Art sons, aa mail matter of the second SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ft mall, daily, one year $1.00 Weekly, one year 1.00 Cash In advance. - BT CARRIER. Dally, per month Tt eta. The Arlsona Republican Is en sale at all of Amos' street news stand wagons In Los Angeles. Ban Diego, and Long Seach. PHOENIX, ARIZONA, MAT 11, 1909. BOTLE'S BELATED, STATEMENT. The statement of Boyle, the kid naper, made yesterday on the eve of his departure for the penitentiary, recalls to those who followed the abduction of Willie Whitla, an ele ment of mystery that developed in the case before the identity of the kidnaper was made known. It was vaguely hinted that others , than the actual kidnapers were crim inally related to the affair and a day or two later the name of Mrs. Maude Forker, a sister of Mrs. Whitla, was introduced. It will also be remembered that after the Boyles were captured, the wife of the kidnaper threatened that on her return to Sharon she would relate a story that would - astound the country. The Identity of Mrs. Boyle, who seems not to have been known at Sharon, remained for some time in doubt and when before her return, a description of her was given to Mrs. Forker, she exclaimed: "What! that woman again!" The mystery has not been lightened since. Boyle's statement is not eluc idating, though if true, as it probably is in part, it shows only that there are other rascals in the world than himself. His bitter complaint against his attorney for not allowing him to make this statement before the trial Is not well founded, for it is worse than irrelevant. It not only fails to prove him less a kidnaper, but proves that he was a blackmailer; that he held a guilty secret of a probable murder before he became a kidnaper. The statement, therefore. Is without value, though it is not without inter- J est as the possible beginning of a solution of a mystery. PROSPEROUS TIMES. Notwithstanding the approach of warm weather which In the old days ushered in a period of inactivity in Phoenix, real estate dealers are re porting an increased activity in their business, both as to city and ranch property. They are thus encouraged to believe that the coming fall will mark the beginning of a condition of things which the thoughtless might mistake for a boom. Builders and material men say that the demand is unprecedented. There is more building going on than ever before and preparations give prom ise for a still more active period of construction. The laying of concrete sidewalks is going merrily forward, though within the last two months we have had more new sidewalks than the most optimistic of us expected within the ensuing two years. The real advance of Phoenix is under way at Jast. If Mr. Patten has been prudent, and j put aside some of the wheat which is said to have passed through his : bands during the past few weeks, he will have seed enough to plant a I neat patch of the cereal in his back yard at Evanston for ornamental ef fect A New York burglar has made a clean sweep of the wedding gifts of a young couple, Including one hundred and thirty-eight pieces of silver. As a result the bride in years to come will have to buy the presents she gives her newly married friends. In reply to a Phoenix follower of fashion, who wants to know some thing about that imperial hatt issued by Mehmed V. last week, we can only say that it cannot be worse than an inverted coal scuttle, or a dishpan upside down. It appears that a desirable qualifi cation for membership in the Turkish cabinet, in these uncertain times, is the possession of at least two heads. That is, such qualifications would be desirable for the aspirants. WIRELESS ON THE GREAT LAKES. Travelers on the Great Lakes are soon to have the advantages and pro tection of wireless telegraphy which are now enjoyed by the voyager on the high seas. The attention of the world was di rected to wireless telegraphy and its surpassing benefits to mankind most forcibly and convincingly when the ap palling loss of life which would have otherwise ensued when the Ill-fated Ilepublic was stricken far from help 139SOINn became apparent. The disaster served to demonstrate that vessels voyaging the pathless wastes of the ocean should be well equipped with this means of summoning help in the hour of dire distress, and wireless telegraphy Is the only known means of communication when hundreds of miles may intervene. The United States government requires liners on the high seas to carry the Tullest and most complete installation of the wireless system ' of telegraphy, but no provision Is made as to lake vessels. It is probable that the com paratively short distances from land which the ships of our inland waters go does not impress the government officials as offering an element of dan ger sufficiently great to make this legal requirement necessary. The system can be maintained and operated only at great expense, but no complaint from the companies operating the leviathans of the sea has ever been made. Rec ognizing in this modern triumph of man's skill and inventive genius the most efficient protector against loss of both life and property so far known, the vessel owners willingly assumed the burden of the large expense In curred by the installation and opera tion of the system. One of the drawbacks in connection with installing the wireless systems is the expense of erecting the land sta tions in the large cities. This difficulty is being met by utiliz ing tall buildings or buildings located on the highest grounds, when the priv ilege can be secured at reasonable rental. In some cases public-spirited owners are permitting the installation of these stations on their buildings at a mere nominal rental for the good of the ser vice. A case in point is the Milwaukee sta tion of the United Wireless Telegraph Co., on the Pabst Brewery. The loca tion of this brewery building being favorable, an arrangement was made by the telegraph company not only to Install the apparatus on top of the building, but to use the electric cur rent from the brewery's plant at a very low rental. In recognition of the public spirit shown by Colonel Gustavo Pabst in providing these conveniences, the mes sages from the station to the vessels on Lake Michigan will be dated 'From Pabst, Milwaukee, Wisconsin." See Dr. Swigert for correct glasses. 17 E. Adams St. Phone Red 2461. Sweet Arizona oranges, J2.50 a box. Crump's. o 200 NEW OAK KEG MISSOURI PICKLES $1.10 EACH. McKEE'S CASH STORE. HE E P LEAN 1 AM SELLING CLEAN STUFF 3 cans Merry "War Lye for 25c 3 cans Alamo Lye. .25c 3 cans Quaker City Lye for 25c 3 small Hydropura 25c 2 large size 45c Merry Maid Powder 20c Soapadc, 15c size, 2 for 25c Six bars any kind of Borax Soap 25c Four bars Fels-Naptha Soap for 25c Seven bars Light House Soap for 25c Seven bars Peacock Soap for 25c Seven bars "Starr" Soap 25c 2 big pkgs. Pearline 25c 2 big pkgs. Borax.. 25c 5 10c cakes Fancy Toi let Soap for 25c If you can use a case of any kind of soap, lye or any kind of goods, I will make you a price very, very low. One good mop stick 20c One good broom 25c One better broom . . . v.35c, 40c and 50c All kinds of good Scrub Brushes. Household Ammonia, 20c size for 15c Sapolio 10c Bon Ami ' 10c All kinds of scouring Soap and Cleansers. KROUSKOP'S 5 POINTS GROCERY. Phone. Main 270. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. Notice is hereby given that-suit will be commenced to enforce the lien of the Territory on all property the tax on which xemains unpaid, June 1st, 1909. C. BABBITT, Tax Collector. 200 NEW OAK KEG MISSOURI PICKLES $1.10 EACH. McKEE'S CASH STORE. f It's the town On the A. & C. It's the mines, . Look good to me. It's the climate, It's the water If you don't go You had oughter. h i 1 1 1 : ; : 1 1 m ; ; 1 1 m ! : h-h- (Moore & McLellaiO Undertakers and Embalmers. Lady Assistant 19 West Adam Street Telephone Main 122. J The Second Hand Man Yes, Massie & Sons are all second hand men. Just try us and see. We'll buy everything you have to sell. We beat the auctions for prices. Just try us and see. Here is a big puzzle for you. We pay the highest price i for goods and sell for the least money. But we are still able to get our three meals a day. We have new Iron Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Cots, Rugs, Hammocks, Dressers, Rockers, Chairs, Extension Tables, Stoves and Dishes and Graniteware. Massie & Sons 114-116 W. Washington Phone Main 257. St CALYPSO 74 Ai-v mm Is in fine condition for the season of 1909 and can be seen, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at home ranch. Thursday at G. G. Harrl, 4 miles north, 7th Ave. Friday and Saturday at Palo Alto Stables. Terms same as last year. M. B. HOROVITZ. Owner. M. Rose Manager. Needs no Gasoline or Repairs. Columbus Electric, "My Lady's Car" Central Auto Co. Main 345. INDIAN MOTOR ' Always the Best. Reading and Light Motorcycles; Cadillac and WInton Automobiles; Columbia and Light Bicycles. Tires." ' Sundries and Repairing. See us for prices. Quality Counts. . ARIZONA MOTOR CO. Phone Red 8532. 31 So. 1st Ave. i Austin & Souther, f t 53 State St.. Boston. 1 i Members t Boston Curb Exchange, i J Orders executed and lnforma T tion furnished on all listed Jf. stocks. Our market letter with inter- T esting facts concerning VULTURE upon application. SALOME BUSY DRUG STORE A. L. BOEHMER'S N. E. Cor. Center and Washington. I Open Until ! Mid- ' night I , POST CARDS NEW IDEAS We have just received a shipment of Reider's Postals the like of which have never been seen in Phoenix. See the side window. SCENIC POSTALS PHOENIX VIEWS An altogether new set of Let us how yu h novel , , set of Phoenix views, all in a scenio views of new places in . . . V. r clever envelope, with a big r new colorings places never red sea. 12 views for 25c." heard of before. Worth twice the money. IS Freo SEE SPECIAL PRICES IN Mail Order. 9 Delivery ? PURSES, WALLETS, BILL i Promptly i I I lSejrvlceJ BTOksTlN SIDE WINDOW. Mtendedt j I 11 I I I I I I I H M I I I I I I I I I I I r WE FIX 'EM. t None too complicated, none too simple, but all guaranteed at Jack's piace. PHOENIX I Phone Main 145. 4 I I I I I I I I II I I I H I I i I I I I I I 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 Phone 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. Special Caramels Chocolate, Maple, Va nilla, Strawberry, Marshmallow, Onyx and Opera Caramels. SANICHAS & CO. Telephone Red 2031. The Old Reliable Established in 1897. Twelve years' experience has taught us the needs of the pub lic in moving Pianos, Furnture. etc This long experience 'a at the public's disposal at most reasonable prices. Two phones. Lightning Delivery Phone Main 16. 16 S. Center. lUmilMIHHIHIMHHI W. A. REYNOLDS J Contractor and Builder Plana and specifications furn ished free on all work con tracted or superintended by blm. Let me plan yeur house for you. SATISFACTION GUARAN TEED. Phone Red 8255. Residence, 1119 W. Fillmore St Office, Five Points, Phoenix. 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 m v n l Phone S 5 Main 113 I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I II I I I U I r AUTO CO. 229 E. Adams 8t. : T Ml I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I H I t SILKS They are done by hand in our laundry, and it's the only way to do them. Try us for fine silk work. ORANGE TREES LEMON TREES POMELO TREES KUM QTJAT TREES SATSUMA ORANGE TREES ONE DOLLAR EACH Dill's Seed House 126 N. Center St M. L. Vieux CEMENT CONTRACTOR. Proprietor Artificial Cement Co, Arizona Lime Co, and Asphalt Paving Co. Works, s. First St. Office. 40 W. Adams St Phone 21SL Phoenix, Arizona. ? YOU KNOW Stewart & Templin are always "'To the Front" with Bicycle Repairing At the BIKE HOSPITAL. T Phone Main 363. A Next door to P.O. ; frH-H"W-M-W-H"M' lllll III 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. j! 45 North Center St. Phoenix. ? I 1 1 1 I I MMiWilii'H'li'H'l'H- Phoenix Foundry Co, All Kinds of IRON AND RRASS CASTINGS Good work and prompt delivery our specialty. Contractors (take notice) meet all competition. Let us figure with you. Rogers & Moore, Proprietors 451 S. Seventh Ave. Phone Main 21Z 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. B. B. Burmister, Cashier. H. M. Galliver, Ass't. Cash. DIRECTORS. . E. B. Gage. F. M. Murphy. D. M. Ferry. W. T. Staunton. Geo. N. Gage. L. H. Chalmers. F. T. Alkire. W. A. Drake. H. J. McClung. t t m y-. ......... . ri . i 4 I The Prescott HUSSLOTT ....... ARIZONA. CAPITAL, 8URPLUS AND PROFITS 8270.000.00 Roll of Honor T United States Depository. Territory of Arizona Depository. County of Yavapai Depository. City of Prescott Depository. F. M MURPHY, President H h, tH, UllllUHiillHI i ill 5 I I I 11 I ! I I lllllllllHIMMimiHUOMUXM ; Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 i The National Bank of Arizona, AT PHOENIX. OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY Prompt attention riven to collections and all business details, and courteous treatment to all of our many tourists. ', Headquarters for all visitors. E. Ganz, President. S. Oberfelder, Cashier. Chas. Goldman, Vice President. J. J. Sweeney, Ass't. Cashier. YOUR VALUABLES placed in a Safe Deposit Box of the Valley Bank's vault are in safe keeping. This vault is absolutely Fire and Burglar-Proof and affords the strongest kind of protection fur your valuables. $3.50 and up per year. The Valley Bank, Phoenix, Arizona. Established 1884. Capital and Surplus $125,000.00 W. T. NICHOLS, i. M. SWETNAM. QUO. H. LUTGCRDDfO. President. Vice-President. Caaalar. UNION BANK & TRUST CO. W NORTH CENTER ST. GENERAL BANKING PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION. Removal Notice 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 MOHN & DRISCOLL Plumbing We want to figure with you if you wish any kind of plumb ing, pas fixtures, etc. We guar antee every piece of work we do. Try us and see. Johnson & Remsbottom Practical Plumbers. 22 N. Second Street Phone Main 22L f We receive daily fresh supplies of California and local fruits and vegetables. S FUNERAL I H I DIRECTORS & I I Phone Us Main 6 COLD AIR STORAGE MARKET J m m it I 4 i'rn ' n I 11 U'A National Bant i - 1 1 Bank No. 585. i R. N. FREDERICKS, Cashier. I t'S I M-M H I 1 H 11 HI 1 I 1 I I I It ! Clinton CampbeI GENERAL CONTRACTOR Residence Ta!h 157 N. Founk Ave. Main 177 G. A. Streitx, County Surveyor, STBEITZ & THOMPSON CIVIL ENGINEERS U. S. Mineral Surveyors City, country and mineral sur veys. Mine work. Engineering ji . . - . . T I ucj-ibiis. insinuates ana con- 8truction. X Room 6 Monihon Block, f Phone Red 9241. -H-H GOLD HOTEL ANTON GOLD, Prop. Third and Washing-ten Sta. Fine, clean rooms, centrally located; 60c per night and ap. Come and Investigate . 1 1 I I I I I M I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I We make a specialty of I Box Trade jj Dractan Cigar Co ii i 4. i iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijii