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THE AltlZONA ISUrUlSLlCAN, FRIDAY 3IOKMN(., FKIWTAI5Y M, 1.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
Published Every Day in the Year By
ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY.
GEO. W. VICKERS. Pre, and Oea. Ugr.
Exclusive Morning Associated Press
Only perfecting press In Arizona.
The only battery of Linotypes In
Publication office: M-U East Adams
street. Telephone Main 47.
Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix.
Arizena, aa mall matter of the second
By mail, daily, one year
Weekly, one year
Cash In advance.
Dally, per month 76
The Arizona Republican la on sale at
all of Amos' street news stsnd wagons
in I.oa Angeles, San Diego and Long
rilOEMX ARIZ." KEBRfARY 14. 1908
HOW THE PRESIDENT "DEMOL
ISHES" HIS ADVERSARIES
The cukoo press, exultinsly declares
that the Ftatenient of the president ir
reply to the charge tlisit he had im
properly used federal patronage to fur
ther the political fortunes of Secretary
Taft, if not of himself, has "completely
demolished" his adversaries and put
them to rout. Yet to the 'unidolatrous
observer, it will appear that the state
ment consists only of a bare denial
garnished with Roosevelt ian platitudes
on the subject of the high standard of
character and capacity of those whom
he chooses to serve under him. All
this is not a refutation of the charge
made, not by one. but by many sena
tors and by persons outside of
congTess familiar with the character
of the appointments of which Com
plaint is made.
It is not too broad a statement, to
declare that not a thinking or observ
ing ma'n in the United States has been
convinced by the president's denial,
which is weakened by the numerous
questions of veracity in which he has
been involved. Moreover, the circum
stantial facts are a!l on the side of
So intense and unblushing a partisan
as the president himself, has never
occupied a high place in the nation.
His last special message to congress
was a most astounding bit of partisan-'
ship. Two motives have been suggest
ed for the transmission of that
remarkable document either to
strengthen the movement in behalf of
Secretary Taft, or to resurrect the
third farm movement. The circum
stances leave little doubt that the in
tent was political. Tiere could have
been no other object in sending the
message. It purported to b' r. recom
mendation for the enactment of an
employer's liability law, when already
an employer's liability bill was before
the senate. There were other recom
mendations mingled with the tide of
epithets against "predatory wealth,"
and "sinister offenders" but the pres
ident, assuming him to be of ordinary
perspicacity, must have known that
they would not receive the attention of
Another circ umstance was the day of
the transmission it Friday, over which
the senate intended to adjourn, but re
mained in session at the urgent re
quest of Senator Lodge, the president's
friend, to receive the worse than use
less message. Friday night was the
time set for Governor Hughes' decla
ration of principles. Why then, was
this day chosen for the message, which
contained no advice that the congress
needed or would heed, unless it was
intended by the president, that it
should "smother" the Hughes speech
in the newspapers of Saturday morn
ing? Whether or not the president had
such a puriHise, there is still the gen
ral and iiicr-ulkable impression that
the message was meant to serve only a
political purpose. It may be reasonably.
ask-d whether a president who prosti
tutes the prerogative conferred mi pun
him by Section i of Article II of the
Constitution and in the guis of a
message to congress d"livers an in
flammatory stump speech to the na
tion, would hesitate to use improperly
hi.s power of appointment for partisan
In this relation, Representative
Douglas, an adherent of the president,
and whose letters were read by Sena
tor Foraker the following day in the
senate, himself unwittingly convicts
the president of the charges. Not
withstanding Douglas attributes to
the (resident the liiglfst motives in
1he careful weighing t,f appointment
matters, in one of his lexers to i;ry
mmi, the Athens, ii.. postma.Mcr.- u hose
ai'P 'intment ho lie,.n heir up because I
P,r.' ben IihiI stated his belief that. Taft '
ai losing ground in Ohio, he writes!
(hat the president had .-aid to him that
he "saw no reason for the appointment
of those who were ivt in harmony ,
Douglas furthermore inferentially
criticised Senator Foraker, as the .
cuckoo press is doing, for making use
of the letters that had passed between I
Br; son and Douglas. Yet, only a week
earlier, the president himself in his !
special message had made himself an
accessory after the fact to the theft i
of a letter stvlcn from the Sinta Ke I
oifier:- at Can KratiriiOJ by a disrbarg- j
emploje. This letter alo bv the 1
in such a way as to show a purpose to
discredit an honorable gentleman, and
not to advise the congress of any mat
ter In which the federal government
had the slightest concern.
In view of all these facts in connec
tion with the course of the president,
will any unprejudiced person believe
th.it he would not or has not availed
himself of the appointive powor to
push forward his own political purpo
ses, if not in the interest of Secretary
Taft. in his own interest?
Even "Wags," the Evening Outcast,
is capable f ultimate discernment.
Even "Wags" has had borne in upon
it the ridiculousness of its attempted
expulsion of that veteran republican,
Herbert Brown, of Tucson, from the
party. "Wags" now explains that it
never intended to question the republi
canism oi air. urown, diu mat ot me
Tucson Post, of, which Mr. Brown is ;
the owner and editor and the writer of ;
an offending editorial opposing an in
structed delegation. The explanation j
cannot fail to appease the friends of .
Mr. rBown. No assault was made upon j
him. "Wags" admits his true and
tried republicanism, but it holds that
his press and his type and his whit"
paper and even the building ill which
the post is housed is open to the suspi
cion of not being republican, "Wags"
might even go farther and allepe with
out fear of successful contradiction
th.-it Mr. Brown's hat is not republi
can and that his horse and cow have
never been consecrated to the sacred
cause of Roosevelt.
The honorable Japanese government
appears to be in a state of confusion
and doubt as to whether to strike the
first blow at that strategic point, San
Pedro', or at that solar plexus of this
country's defenses. Santa Monica. So
far, the commanding position of Ky
rene seems not to have engaged hostile
attention. ' -
The breath from the snow-capped
mountains on the east and the north,
is a little more bracing than comports
with this sub-tropical region, but we
bear it resignedly. It's a pledge for
an abundant harvest next summer.
The forma! opening of the Carnegie
library tonight, should be made an
occasion by public spirited citizens for
an expression of their appreciation of
Though John Hays Hammond's rela
tions with his appendix have been
severed, we are glad to learn that lie
is still connected with his million dol
RETURNED FROM TUCSON.
Superintendent C M. Scott of the M. ;
& P. returned yesterday from a busi- ,
ness trip to Tucson where he found it
much cohler than in Phoenix and a I
trifle of snow ia the air. The moun
tains about the country were all snow
Well-Known People , Devote Spare
Time to Upbuilding Health.
There i no excuse today for any
person, unless tainted with an incura
ble disease, remaining sickly, with tbe
gnat advance in medical discoveries
and the growing popularity of physical i
In the disease's of digestion and nut
rition for example, an acknowledged
specific treatment has been found in j
Mi-o-na. It is relied upon as a cer
tainty in relieving the worst troubles i
of digestion and assimilation and mak
ing a complete cure.
People suffering with headaches.
palpitation, sleeplessness, bad taste in
the mouth, coated tongue, distress aft
er ea'ing, siecks before the eyes, ner
vousness and general debility, and any
other of the many distressing results
of a weakened stomach, should profit
by the discovery of Mi-o-na stomach
Larson Drug company have s-m so
many cures bv Mi-o-na of stomach
and general run-down state of health
that they are firm believers In the
IHiwer of this remedy to cure prac
tically every ease, and they show this
faith by giving a guarantee with every
30-cent box of Mi-o-na to refund the
money unless it does all that is claim
ed for it. They take the whole risk,
and Mi-o-na will not cost you a penny
unless it cures.
or a beautiful
If so, See Us
OLD MISSION MUSEUM
BENHAM & BRIZARD COMPANY,
Cornet Second Avenue and Jefferson Street, back of Court House
"THE BLUE MOON"
one of the most striking features of
"The Blue Moon" in which James T.
Powers and a big company comes to
the Dorris Opera House is the gor
geousness of the scenery anil costumes.
Each of the two acts is located in
British India, and most of the com
pany portray Eas Indians, although
there is a plentiful sprinkling of
Brinish soldiers. A fortune has been
spent in preparing this cast for the
eye and inasmuch as it has been the
aim to have every costume perfectly
correct in detail, and at the same time
the absolute limit in beauty of effects
the entire satirical ensemble is one
merry and delirious riot of brilliant
colorings. The uniforms of tue mili
I tary are in striking contrast to the
'flowing garb of the natives, and the
two allow the costumer to run the en
Itire gamut of Oriental and Occidental
splendor in dress.
The following registered at the Ford
hotel yesterday: Will Abrams, San
Francisco; D. Goldman. San Francis
co: Elmer Bruce. Los Angeles; George
Parker, Denver: M. W. Cannon: Geo.
Brook. San Francisco; J. W. Furnis,
IF YOU'RE WEAK
and run down at this season of the
year yon can expect to suffer from
Chills. Colds. Grippe or a spell of
Stomach and Liver trouble. There
fore be wise and build up the entire
system by the use of
. STOMACH BITTERS
It has a reputation of 54 years' stand
ing as proof that it can cure Poor Ap
petite, Belching, Heartburn, Sour Ris
ings, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Costive
ness. Biliousness, General Weakness
and Female Ills. Try a buttle. All
IS THE STAFF GT L'fE
It behooves every family to use
the best flour.. We recommend
They are tjje reliable brands,
the results of many years of
FOR SALE BY ALL
VALLEY FLOUR MILLS.
French No. 44696. American No. 25438.
First premium at last Territorial Fair.
I also own two Hill Jacks. Will
stand for the season of 1908 at Am
brose Corral, Five Points.
TERMS AS FOLLOWS:
! Stallion, season, in
i Jacks, season
The Most Exelusive Designs of
q ero Porfu inrl
OlTiart OtrCCT, farty and
A carefnily selected line of Fine
Shapes and Trimmings. Your own
materials made up.
THE LICHTENSTEIN SISTERS.
Formerly with Mdme. Close.
Phone Black 1934.
521 E. Van liuren. Opp. High School.
with two frame houses In fair 2
condition; barn, chicken house
and gralnary; small orchard and
vineyard. An ideal place for a
small home. One and one-half
miles from Giendale. 5.250. I
80 acres, all fenced and close
to station, SG3.00 P,,r acr?-
2,250 wiU bu' - "cr3 on
easy payment. A good invest
ment. Greene & Griffin, i
Real Estate and
127 N. Center St.
FAMOUS INDUSTRIAL LIBERTY
BAND AND ORCHESTRA.
Now ready Or . engagements; dance j
and concert work; rara'cs, picnics, :
it?. Latest popular and classic music
fu:n'shed. Y. Bustos. Director, 112 E.
Adams St. Phone B 171. Best of ref- 1
WHY NOT PHONE MAIN 113
f. r what you want at the Iirug
Store the same as yoii do the
grocer or baker? You are not
asking us to do any special fa
vor at all when you do, as it Is
a part of our regular business
and a part that we have devel
oped along progressive linen
with prompt, intelligent tele
phone service and quick special
delivery service at any hour
from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Next time
you want anything in the drug,
sundry or stationery line and
want it right quick,
WHY NOT PHONE MAIN 113?
A. L. BOEHMER,
Up-to-date Shirt Machine
Whi n you can cure it with one
SYRUP OF WHITE PINE AND
For Sale at
. Next door to Ford Hotel
n Headquarters or low prices. m
Have it delivered at your door
fresh, pur and wholesome, by
Phone Mam 288.
MOHN & DRISCOLL
EASTERLIN G & WHITNEY
216 W. Washington Si,
Phosntx, Arizona. n
That's the way we
do flannels and it's
the only way. The
soft, fleecy finish is
obtained by the new
To Butcrtsra, Farmers and Cat.
We are paying tha highast ariaa
for hides, woe I and pelts. B
sura and giva ut a call and ba
satisfied tnat you will gat od
treatment. . Reasonabla advances
made on ahipirmts.
Cor. 5th and Jaoxson Sta.
PATENT ATTOItNKYS- l'Hteiits. eocy njrlils
tradenimk- Ainn n un mid loreim. JAMks
R. TOW.XsliM'. I i Hmtlhury building.
l.o4 Augi'lr. 1 11.
GRANT MOSICAI. I'livsir-iiin ami Surjeoli:
3. N. 2nd Ave.; li leplieue. .'fiuii i:i'..
BR. W. S. LOWE, Veterinarian.
Office 17 N. 1st Ave. Office Phone,
Red 1223. Res. Phone, County 4.
E. E. PASCOE. Notary Public, Con
veyancing a spec ialty. Acknowledg
ments taken. 110 North Center St
ENGINEERS AND METALLURGISTS
JQ. A. Kinir. Auvcr & Mma:iiire:.t. Minine
Milling. i-m -ltim and Irrigation Machinery
IS N. Second Ave. Phoenix. Ariz.
BARN ETT E. MARKS.
Attorney and Counsellor.
Office 411 Iteming Bldg.
Phoenix - - Arizona.
( U C A I T V C
4T; t Sostbarsi Catiforattg
Gran 1 Av. 1,0 Anscic J.W. Lai kty
A Car Load of
and Early Rose
Plant them Now
HILL'S SEED HOUSE
22 West Jefferson Street
You Must Stop
FOR A WARM ROOM AND
A QUIET NIGHT'S REST
THE WILLIAMS HOUSE
The strength and stability of a bank is best determined by the
proportion of surplus of capital and by the men behind It.
The National Bank
has a cru.ita! stock of S100.000.00
and a surplus of , S1CO.000.CO
thus ensuring proper protection for your funds.
As to the men behind it. it would be useless to go into details.
They are all well-known local enterprising business men, who have
an established reputation for honest dealing.
Wft "FT xWJ
WE HAVE DISPOSED OF
CREAM DELIVERY BUSINESS
WE STILL HANDLE FANCY
WILL CONDUCT A WHOLESALE
THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT
44-45 EAST ADAMS STREET.
Everything New, Nica and Clean. Private Family Dining Rooms.
CHARLIE, LING A CO, Props.
Coolest and Cleanest Place in Town to Eat. Nice private rooms for
and families. Short orders.
REGULAR MEALS 25c
Nob. 22 and 24 East Washington Street.
CHARLEY LOO CHUCK. Proprietor.
All Kinds of
Kunz Bros. & Messinger
Phone Red 828.
We buy only the best in the market
YEE SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN
Parties sarved with extra fine real Chinese China dishes.. Private room
and family style when desired. Sing does all his own pastry. For a good
dinner on specif J occasions or at ord inary times come to Sing's new Amer
33 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona.
Everthing First Class
Famous Tony Faust Beer on
JACK GIBSON, Proprietor.
luui aim anally
With nice lounging lawn.
Corner Third ami W'ashitiKton
Sis. . ut newly l'uini.heii rooms,
fin rents anil upwards. Call and
See us. No sick taken.
ANTON GOLD, Proprietor.
CHICKEN SI EARS
2 doors S. of r.O. Phone Red 146
from loss by fire or theft by
your money in the
We handle all sorts of accounts,
either large or small. Special atten
tion and consideration shown to all
our ladv customers.
The Valley Bank
K. .1. Bennitt,
Lloyd B. Christy.
OUR CITY RETAIL MILK AND
TO THE VALLEY PRIDE
Second and Adams Sta.
Restaurant 1st. Are.
and our cooking speaks for itself.
! Freight and Baggage
'carefully and quickly handled. Stor
I age at reasonable rates.
j Pioneer and Consolidated -
Transfer and Storage Co.
Baggage office, 116 North Center St
1 Telephone Main 142.
General office, 42 South Center St
Telephone Main 74.
ptrletly on the European plan. Rooms
by the day, week or month. Finest
bar and club rooms In the Southwest.
BROW, SMITM & BELCHER
Uaa cement blocks for foundations,
fence posts, pier caps, window sills and
caps. Ranchers save money by dip
ping your fence posts in asphalt. II
ycur roof is Isaking a coat of asphalt
will make it aa good as naw.
M. L. VIEUX.
Liquor Cure Co. ,
33-35- NORTH ' .
nay. v,ut jTLiVUtfU by. the- jirtiidtut