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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1909.
Ml THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day in the Year By THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. GEO. W. VICKERS. Pres. ft Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. Publication office: Corner Second and Adams Streets. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the poetoffice at Phoenix. Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. :- SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Br mall, dally, one year $9.00 Weekly, one year 2-00 BT CARRIER. Dally, per month 75 eta. The Arizona Republican Is on sale at all of Amos' street news stand wagrons In Los Angeles, San Diego, and lxing Beach. UNIONlSVjLABEL PHOENIX, ARIZ., JUNE 29, 1909. ' The Association of American J r Advertisers (New York City) h examined and certified to the circulation of this publication. Only the figures ot circulation contained in its report are r guaranteed by the Association. No. The Republican is the only newspaper fn Arizona holding two certificates of circulation from the above Association, and bases all advertising contracts thereon. The average circulation, per day, thus certified to Is: From Oct. 1, 1906, to March 31, 1907 6238 Prom Jan. 1, 1908, to Feb. 8, 10 6434 These figures represent a larger clrvu lation than that of all other Fhoenfx dallies combined, and is the largest in Arizona by more than 2000. The Re publican is the only Arizona newspaper that makes public its circulation as cer tified to by the Association of American Advertisers, which is the only recognized authority in the United States. THE DEVLIN CASE. The refusal of Attorney General Vickersham yesterday to accede to the request of the senate for the papers in the department of justice relating to the prosecution of Dr. E. P. Perrin, of Williams, was doubtless based on the fact that they had been marked "confidential" by Mr.- Wick ersham's predecessor. Attorney Gen eral Bonaparte. The papers had been asked for for the reason that they were supposed to contain matter which would throw some light upon the conduct of United States District Attorney Dev lin whose renomination has been be fore the senate for confirmation since last March. The request was joined in by the friends as well as by the opponents of Mr. Devlin, the former believing that nothing would be found in the papers which would reflect upon him. For the present, at least, the re fusal of the attorney general to trans mit the paper has the same effect upon the fortunes of Mr. Devlin as if the papers had been given up and had disclosed all that his opponents had expected to find. No action will be taken on his nom ination until the next regular session. No doubt the course of the attorney general in this matter is gratifying to a majority of the senators, for whatever might have been learned from these confidential documents, the Devlin case would have been more or less time consuming. The senate, just now as midsummer is beginning to do its worst at Washington, regards the flying mo ments as precious. It seems that a good old-fashioned row between Orangemen and Roman Catholics has been going on in Liv erpool, England, and the Jails are full of rioters, many of them women. It was supposed that that venerable controversy was settled, or, at least, that a permanent truce had been declared; but there is nothing hard er to kill than religious antagonism. We don't suppose that more than one in ten of the men and women in that Liverpool ruction knew anything about the origin of the dispute or cared about it. Each side had a slo gan if not a grievance, and it was good enough cause for the occasion. It varied the monotony of modern so ciological discussions. It was some thing worth fighting for a respect able old survivor of the days when a riot was as good as a circus and a black eye, received In such a contest, was a badge of honor. The Commoner, Mr. Bryan's paper, recently stated in a discussion of the tariff that many people in this coun try must have been surprised to learn that lemons had not been on the free list. The editor of the Commoner was probably among the many who labored under such a delusion which began to affect him as far back as 1896. Each succeeding four years they seemed to become more free. "The first gale that sweeps from the south." in the words of the late Patrick Henry, "will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms." We will know then that Mayor Heney has returned to Tucson and that he and the council are at it. o It is said in behalf of the late "Ijime Bob" Ea-stman that he did not drink. But it seems that he had other weaknesses. That was not a bad bluff at a rain yesterday, though nothing came of It. But cheer tip, the time for the summer rains has not come by two weeks yet. Whether or not Leon Ling is ever captured the chop suey industry has received a jolt which cannot be laid at the door of the tariff. Friday will be an officially sweet day at Glendale. YAVAPAI CLUB TO OPEN NEW QUARTERS Reception and Ball on Occasion of Opening of Club's New Home Many Local People Will Attend Special Excursions. Invitations have been received in this city inviting the local members and their friends to the opening of the new quarters of the Yavapai t'lub at nine o'clock on the evening of July 1st The occasion will he celebrated with a reception and ball in the club home. Each member of the club is entitled to invite one resident friend and ladies and other non-resident friends, through the invitation com mittee, so that quite a number of lo cal people will probably make the trip. To accommodate those in this city who may wish to attend the opening of the new home of the club at Pres cott, there will be an excursion on the morning trains leaving this city July 1st. The round trip rate will be $7. The return limit will be July 5th, since many of those from this city who attend the opening of the club will desire to remain over the Fourth. Also there mill be a smolrr on the evening of July Srd to celebrate the opening of the stope, which is a feat ure of the new club house, and which function will be second in interest only to the club opening itself. o CONFIDENTIAL PAPERS NOT TO BE SURRENDERED Devlin Nomination Not to Be Con firmed. Washington, June 2S. Attorney General Wickersham today refused to send to the senate in the file depart ment of justice, relating to the trial of Dr. E. B. Porrin of Arizona, who was chiirged with conspiracy to de fraud the government in several Cal ifornia timber land cases. This data was commanded by the senate in connection with the nomin ation of Robert T. D'-vlin to be Unit ed States attorney for Hie northern district of California. The scnat.' committee on judiciary, t niay decide.l t". P'H over the P'iin nomination until the next regular .s-.siun if cin-gn-i-s. RACING STOCK TRAIN OF Butte Wanted the Horses But Not the Track Followers. Ogden, June 28. A special train of thirty-eight cars of racing stock for the Butte track meeting which left Salt Lake City Sunday was held up at Woods Cross two hours by Special Agent Joe Jones and a staff of railroad secret service men to weed out and "ditch" a horde of racing touts, track crooks and followers who were beating their way to Montana on the train. Some endeavored to bluff the officers and threats of gun play were promptly called by the secert service men. FATAL CRAP GAME. Ripley. Okla., June 18. A crap game resulted in a general shooting scrape at a stone (juarry near here last night in which two negroes were killed and five wounded. Picture of the Beautiful Vose This Talented Artist Brought With Him From the East When He First Came to Arizona. Redewlll Music Co., Gentlemen: Replying to your en quiry regarding my opinion of the VOSE iia no, will say that I have used and recommended these Instru ments for the past six years, and have found them possessed of a beautiful singing tone and perfect action. They meet my requirements In every respect, both for private use or in concert. Signed. J. HOMER GRUNN. Director Piano Department, Arizona School of Music. Phoenix. Arizona, April 22, 1908. Note Prof. Grunn owned a Steln- way Grand in Chicago, which he turned in as part payment on his present Vose. Wakelin Pharmacy THE COOL STORE Come in and get a breeze from our oscilating fan. Cold creams and refreshing toilet preparations. PhiloH. Ozcmw. PK.G. First Ave. and Washington St Prop. 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 molster than any other. Try a sack just to see what the best of all flours Is like. Ask your grocer. r This Is the season for ready cooked Meats. Try our Cold Roast Beef, Mutton, Cooked Corn Beef, Boiled Ham, Pickle Pigs Feet, Pickle Tripe, etc. Phone us. Main 6. COLD AIR Storage Market , ; i'I Mi l M i I I M 11 1 I 1 II I 1 II DRINK HEALTHFUL VITALIZING VI-TO-ZONE THE NATURAL I MINERAL WATER i 4 in 1 1 1 1 1 hi Minimum COTS-COTS-COTS Get a cot and sleep out doors. Canvas Cots, in the X Leg, the Folding Army Cot, and the fam ous Gold Medal Cot. SPECIAL. Wire Cots with a rope edge the never-sag kind. Look at these before buying elsewhere. Best cot In the city for the money. HAMMOCKS! HAMMOCKS! LESS 25 PER CENT! Best line In the city to select from, ranging In price from 11.00 to J10.00. See them. Massie & Sons 114-116 W. Washington Phone Main 257. 'H mnnum imnttu f Austin & Souther, f :: 53 State St., Boston. :: Members ;: Boston Curb Exchange. :: Orders executed and lnforrna- ' tlon furnished on all listed '. stocks. . . a Our market letter with Inter- J j estlng facts concerning; j 1 : VULTURE "j; . . upon application. . . it m ii' i it i m ; h i ii i ni Ii Open Until s Mid- I night ) HOT WEATHER BREEDS VERMIN On Poultry, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs. Your live stock will not thrive if they are vermin pested. Get' rid of the vermin at once with ;f ANTI-GERMINE A powerful Inseceticide. A thorough, inexpensive and harmless Deodorent, Cleanser and Purifier. I) Free . Delivery ' Service A. L. BOEHMER'S BUSY DRUG STORE N. E. Cor, Center and Washington. THE PALACE Saloon, Pool and Billiards. Budwelsex on draught Old Crow, Mayfleld and Guckenhelmer Rye Whiskies . are sold, over the bar. JOHN P. BODET. Prop. ; i i ; I 1 I I I I M I i i , ; Mil THERE'S A REASON WHY Stewart & Templin such a large per cent of the j j bicycle work of Phoenix. "ItVthe Sabe." BIKE HOSPITAL. J Next to P. O. Phone Main 363 t .H. h .HmH I i i i i i i . l. M i 1 W. A. REYNOLDS ' Contractor and Builder: Plana and specifications fmrn- . Ished free on all work con- traded or superintended by ', him. Let me plan year bouse for yoa. SATISFACTION GL'ARAN- ' TEED. ; Phone Red 8255. Residence. 111 W. Fillmore Bt. J Office. Fie Points, Phoenix. . mMMiniinituM4n 1 1 1 t I 1 i 1 1 1 I '1' 'I' t-M-I-H-H-M'i-H. I FAMILY LIQUOR STORE Liquor and wine for medicinal T purposes, we handle the best X California wine, also Italian and f French. All kinds whiskey. brandy, cordials, liquors, cigars and beer. CALIFORNIA WINE AND LIQUOR CO. 25 and il S. Center St. 11 MM I t 1 MM I M II! 1 Hlffr1 Needa no Gasoline or Repair. Columbus Electric "My Lady's Car" Central Auto Co. Main 345. WANTED A good horse, suitable for laundry wagon. Don't waste your time by bringing any hut young and perfectly sound. For th same money or less you can get a much better article by buy ing your. Trunk, Case or Grip at the PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY. 433-W. Washington Street. Phone Red 8394. On account nf manager leaving IE I n mm . ii i) i jji . CALYPSO will be at home ranch hereafter. M. a HOROVITZ, Owner. I Mail Orders Promptly Attended to GET BUSY! Millet, Milo Maise, Kaffir Corn, Sorgh um and Corn. Plant Them Now ! Bill's Seed House 126 N. Center St. DAILY AT THE FORD GRILL Shell Oysters, Clams, Mussells, . Lobsters, and the best Steer Loin Steaks, Spring Chicken, etc 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. fRANHGRIEBEUS 218 W. Wash. St Phone M. 43 THE MISSION A resort for gentlemen. The original BUDWEISER BEER on draught FRANK CONNELLIY, Prssw 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 "s at the public's disposal at most reasonable prices. Two phones. Lightning Delivery Phone Main 16. 16 S. Center. YOUR MOTHER would be pleased to receive a real NAVAJO BLANKET :: from her boy. We have the va- ' ' rlety. You make the selection. ARIZONA SADDLERY GO. 45 North Center St Phoenix. ' ' 4 11 H H 11 1 I 111 llllll 111 M Phoenix Foundry Co. All Kinds of IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS Good work and pnmpt delivery our specialty. Contractors (take notice) meet all competition. Let us figure with you. Rogers V Moors, Proprietors 451 S. Seventh Ave. Phone Main 212. Phone Main 113 Phone Main 186 The Phoenix National Bank Phoenix, Arizona. Capital, Surplus and Profits $ 250,000.00 Deposits $1,500,000.00 E. B. Gage, President. II. J. McClung, Vice President. It. B. Burmister, Cashier. II. M. Galliver, Ass't. Cashier. DIRECTORS: E. B. Gage. W. F. Staunton. R T. Alkire. Ull I I 1 Mil IIIIIIMMMIHIllll I H U 1 It II 11 II II 1 1 ! The Prescott PRESCOTT ------- ARIZONA. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS S270.000.00 Roll of Honor United 8tates Depository. Territory of Arizona Depository. County of Tavapal Depository. City of Prescott Depository. F. M. MUKPHT. President. 11 I I I I I H' I' 1 1 1 I t 1 1 1,1 1 1 M H HAH"."! I I 1 III M Mill 111 1 Capital $100,000.00 The National AT Watch for our new and most up office building, which will soon E. Ganz, President Chas. Coldman, Vice President MM-l-M' 1 MM Ml I Mill! A LmLtoii. U-lr UKUJJrr is one of the best ways to carry your funds when going abroad. It is by far the safest method when traveling. It supplies not merely spending money, available in the city visited, in large or small amounts, but also affords the important adjunct of an introduction t foreign bankers. We sell Travelers Checks in Convenient Denominations. The Valley Bank PHOENIX, ARIZ. Established 1S84. r. r. NICHOUS. I. u. bwetnam. quo. h. lutcjkkdlno. President Vlo-Frestdeat Casklec UNION BANK & TRUST CO. N NORTH CENTER ST. GENERAL BANKING PROMPTNESS, COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION. 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. Vote For the Center St. Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. Kunz Bros. & Messinger I nl--., . Clinton Campbell I MOHN & DRISCOLL I S I' GENERAL. CONTRACTOR I FUNERAL ! ResMenee Teleyhea 1 Ii 157 N. Feurtfc Ave. Mai 177 fl DIREOTOR3 I I tKmmsmmmmmmma . I Prank J. O'Brien M. L. Vieux iroker. CEMENT CONTRACTOR. Tmeas. Branches In Pso.aU and Nogalea, Proprietor Artificial Cement Co, Stocks, Bonds nd PrWuaA Arlsona Urae Co, and Asphalt rrlvt. Leased Wlr. to all . Exchange. Paving Co. Works, 8. First Bt Office, 40 R. WGHTOWER, Manaaer. Phoenix Office. W. Adams Bt Phons MX rhoo. Maln S3J HoteI A(Unj,. Phoenix. Arizona. - " f i.i freight and Baggage i G0LD HOm carefully and qnlckly handled I Btorac t reasonable rates. ANTON GOLD, Prop. Pionear and Consolidated Thlra I10" B" Transfer and Storage Co. FIB, clean roosts, centrally Baggage office, IK North Center Bt located; (Oo per night ae ap. Telephone Main 142. . Coma and Investigate . General office. 42 Booth Center Bt k Telephone Main 74. tmammmrrmmmwmmmmt 2-hmm it Ml II III I I tilt Gl LLETT I We make a specialty of Z The Tailor Box Trade ii Carries the Largest Stock of - - Goods in Arizona. rjraclinian Cigar Co i 17 WEST ADAMS STREET. ' F. M. Murphy. D. M. Ferry. Geo. N. Gage. L. M. Chalmers. W. A. Drake. II. J. McClung. , National Bank Bank No. 615. . J f lit tf i R. N. FREDERICKS. Cashier. X M til III I It II It t ! trr t i 1 1-1 1 1 1 MM I 1 M Mil III I 1 I I 1 th Surplus $100,000.00 Bank of Arizona PHOENIX - to - date four-story and basement be in course of construction. S. Oberfelder, Cashier. 4. J. J. Sweeney, Ais't Cashier. t-M-rfr-H-H-i 1 1 M llllllll 11 1 1 Deposits $1,200,000.00