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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY 3IOUMX(i, NOVE.MTiER 13, 1908.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
Published Every Day in the Year By
ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY.
41BO. W. VICKERS. Pre, and Gen. MT
Exclusive Morclnx Aasodated Preaa
Publication office: . Corner Second
and Adams strets. Telephone Main 47.
Entered at the poetofflce at Phoenix.,
Arizona, aa mall matter of tae second
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PIIOEXIX, ARIZONA, NOV. 15, 190S.
NOW FOR THE FIFTH.
The fourth territorial fair has
passed and made way for the fifth.
As its predecessors did for it, so does
it leave to its successor an. increased
inheritance of experience and interest.
The fourth fair was better than the
third and under the present excellent
management the fifth fair will sur
pass the fourth.
With the growth of this institu
tion, the need of funds is more and
more felt. The fair cannot be kept
at a standstill and growth requires
money. We believe it will be given
for the members-elect of the legis
lature are aware of all the good the
fair has done to every line of industry
and to every community.
The movement for a more ample
appropriation cannot begin too early
and if it is undertaken with the char
acteristic energy of Chairman Adams
and his associates in the fair man
agement we do not believe it will
The people of the territory are al
ready attuned to it. There wilt linger
in their recollection the delightful en
tertainment program which was car
ried out as successfully as it was
generously planned flying machine,
the record breaking auto races and
the carnival night, in addition to the
increased and better exhibits and the
S much was never before done
with so little money. Surely no one
will object to the expenditure of more
money that more may be done. The fair
has already been a source of profit to
Arizona in many ways. It has aroused
a spirit of emulation which is being
coined into dollars and cents. It has
attracted the favorable attention of
outsiders .to Arizona as it could be
attracted in no other way. 1
The fifth will probably be the last
territorial fair. Make it such a one
as will be a fitting forerunner for the
first state fair.
THE PRESIDENT'S POWERFUL
The letter from President Roose
velt to Chief Justice Kent, printed
elsewhere this morning, not only
pledges a favorable message to con
gress in favor of statehood but prof
fers his powerful support of a state
hood bill, which brings us within
sight of admission.
It has been known for a little more
than a year that the president would
favor separate statehood for the ter
ritories, though he had expressed a
belief that a bill could not likely be
passed before the meeting of the
Sixty-first congress, his belief evi
dently being based on the vigorous
opposition known then to exist.
However, since then there has been
a party declaration for separate state
hood, and though it recommends no.
time for admission, it recognized th
right of the territories to admission.
And rights cannot - be accorded too
We have reason to believe, as we
had reason throughout the campaign
to believe that the majority in con
gress will agree with the president,
that the time has come to dispose
of the more or less vexing mainland
territorial question, especially inas
much as the territories are -more fully
qualified for statehood than any ter
ritories previously admitted.
A few of the merchants along
Washington street are already moving
in a most commendable enterprise, the
maintaining of the carnival lights
during the winter and through the
session of the legislature. They have
ascertained that since the wires are
already in place the cost of maintain
ing the lights will not be great.
Whatever is done, however, will have
to be done quickly. The promoters
of the movement believe that the ap
pearance this illumination will give
Phoenix will much more than offset
the expense. Other cities and towns
have found it profitable and every
where there are being created "Great
White Ways," in some cases regard
less of expense. San Antonio, Texas,
is regarded by visitors as one of the
most attractive cities of the country
and one feature of its attraction is
the illumination of its principal
streets similar to our carnival illum
ination. Keep, the lights burning.
Phoenix would look mighty gloomy
now after we have become accus
tomed to this display.
We Arizonians misunderstood " the
president and he misunderstood us
during the joint statehood BKitutlon.
But that is all over and now there
is a 'perfect mutual understanding.
It has been a strenuous week but
we're sorry it's over for we will miss
our departing guests.
There will be an interim of idleness
between now and the legislature.
LITTLE JAMES f
(A Stenographic 'report of the De
liberations of the Reichstag on the
London Daily Telegraph Interview.)
Th' German Rich Stag has a meetin'
which Debaits about th' Emprer Will
ynm an' wun of 'cm sez "As a Mon
nark an' a Wor 'Lord Our Hill's all
rite but he Falls Down when he trie
to be a Dipplemat fer which he aint
Constitooted none by Nacher. A Dip
plmat is Homed with sich a Actif
Hrane which keeps a workin' so Con
stant 'at it don't give him time to Talk
about what he's Thinkin' of. If he In
dulges in Conversahun a tall it's al
ways about some thin' 'at's ftirrin to
th' Subjick on hand an' don't interrupt
his Thots about what he's reely thinkin'
about an' don't otherwise do no harm
if his oddiers don't git Deseeved.
"Hut that aint th' way with Our Kiz
er. He's like most Talkatif persons
When he opens his Mouth his Hrane
stop a workin' an' what he had in mind
last Poars Foarth unrestraned.
"Th' Rclashun of th" Empror's Hranes
to his Gift of Speech Remines me of a
Rale Rode I.oeomotif 'at I wunst seen
which was a very small wun but had
a Wissle big enuff fer a Mogle Engine.
Th' Wissle was so big an' th' Locomotif
was so small 'at when th' former was
bein' Rlode it 'took all th' Steem they
was. an' th' Lwomotif come to a Full
, Stop like a Peryod."
Th' Rich Stag it sez to Chansler Re
low, "You're to blame fer all this. here.
I It's wun f your Dooties to keep th'
Rrakes on th' Kizer. That's what
you're a gittin" Paid fer. They wasn't
j none of this here Blowin' off Imperyle
Steem when you're Immortle Preddas
. sessor Hismark was in Power. When
they was any Intervues to be give' out
then, he give 'e;n out hissclf an' he
wasn't what you mite call a Regler
Contributor to th' Press. If th' papers
hadn't had any other Source of Noos
'n Mister Hismark they'd a Spended
Publicashnn. He give 'em lots o' Noos
though but it wasn't about what His
mark sed but about what Hismark
Mister Rflow, he sez 'at Mister His
mark didn't have no sich a Empror to
deel with as th' present Kizer. Th'
Emprors in his time was jist Monnarks
an' wasn't Dipplomaniacs like Hill. He
sez he'll have a talk with th' Kizer an'
give it to him straight 'at he better
stay in his Pallas an' hire a man to
Kick th' Reportors offn th' door steps
when ever they shows up.
Th' Rich Stag sez. "you better do
that an' if you can't, you'll haf to
Cloryform him or we'll have some
thin' worser'n Reporters around here
before long. This Fair Land of our'n
'11 be Over Run with Wor Correspon
dents Turn Rushy, England, an' Frants
a writin' up Tragic Events fer their
Poor Tools And
A Good Worker
That Is What Makes Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, Sour Taste, Foul
Breath and Catarrh.
The stomach is a good strong vital
organ, which is constantly protecting
and feeding every other organ of the
It is the most abused, neglected
and scorned member of man also.
Most men abuse their stomach with
under-cooked food, high living, alco
hol, tobacco, pastries and scores of
other unhealthy practices.
When the stomach at last sickens
of all this abuse and cannot do its
full duty, most men are not warned
but keep up their assaults on the
stomach until at last it rebels and
begins to strike back and cry for
help. - ftlan- by - his- own abuse has
taken away from the stomach the
tools to work with.
These tools are the gastric juices
which go to make up the digestive
agents. From 7 to .15 lbs. of gastric
juice are turned into the stomach
When poor, poisonous food con
sumes this juice, dilutes it. robs it
of its strength nnd throws it, a fer
mented mass from the system, of
course there is just that- much of
the gastric fluid which cannot be
readily supplied by the blood.
When food comes into a stomach
filled with depleted fluids lacking of
power to do their part, the good
strong stomach is using poor tools
and, of course, cannot succeed in its
A condition which often prevails
is that which takes place when the
gastric juice contains too much al
kali. If the juice were wholly alka
line it would not only devour and
digest the fluid but would eat and
digest the stomach itself. Such gas
tric 'fluid does th digestion no good
and attacks the walls of the stomach
making them raw and sore and set
ting up inflammation and irritation.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will
strengthen a stomach filled with poor
gastric juice. They will remove any
abnormal alkaline condition, allay ir
ritation, sweeten the breath, remove
catarrhal conditions and digest food
no matter how the stomach has act
These little tablets contain an in
gredient, one grain of which will di
gest perfectly 3,000 grains of food.
They will digest an entire meal
placed in a jar without the aid of
any other force except themselves.
They have demonstrated this time af
Every druggist carries them in
stock; price 60c, and 40,000 physi
cians use them in their practice. Send
us your name and address and we
will mail you at once a trial package
free. Address, F. A. Stuart Co., 150
Stuart Hldg., Marshall, Mich.
THEN YOU CAN
EAT NEW BREAD
you Lie It But Don't Dare Eat
Why Not Begin Today to
Eat Your Favorite Foods
Without Dread of Stomach
You can eat anything your stom
ach craves without fear of a case of
Indigestion or Dyspepsia, or that your
food will ferment or sour on your
stomach if you will take Diapepsin.
Your meals will taste good, and
anything you .eat will be digested;
nothing can ferment or turn into acid
or poison or stomach gas, which
causes Belching, Dizziness, a feclins
of fullness after eating, Nausea, In
digestion (like a lump of lead In
stomach), Hiliousness, Heartburn,
Water Hrash. Pain in stomach and
intestines or otlur symptoms.
Headaches from the stomach are
absolutely unknown where this cffi-o-tive
remedy is used. Diapepsin really
does all the work of a healthy stom- I
ach. It digests your meals when your
stomach can't. Each trinngule will i
digest all the food you can eat and
leave nothing to ferment or sour.
Get a large 50-cent case of Papc's i
Diapepsin from your druggist anil
start taking today and by tomorrow I
you will actually brag about your
healthy, strong Stomach, for you then j
can eat anything you want without ;
tho slightest discomfort or misery,
and every particle of impurity and
Gas that is in your stomach nnd intes
tines is going to be carried away
without the use of laxatives or any
800,000 WOMEN TO FIGHT
THE GREAT WHITE PLAGUE
Consumption and Ast.ima Curable as
Well as Preventable
New York, Nov. 14 Kicht hundred
thousand women today are enlisted to
fiKht the tubercle bai illus. They have
offered their services in an effort to In
troduce into American homes th prac
tical application of the preat truths
aliwut the prevention and cure of tuber
culosis which have been given to the
world by the (fathering of international
scientists at the tuberculosis congress.
We know that tub- reulosis is not in
herited, and therefore cannot be view
ed in a fatalistic spirit. We know it
can be cured, and the doctrine of hope
must be preached to those afflicted.
To further this end the American
Bureau. Tlrird Avenue and Tentheta
Bureau, Third avenue and Tenth street.
New York, will send free to all those
who write for.it a Treatise on t'on
sumption and Asthma which gives
rules for diet, exercise, prophylaxis and
medicinal treatment for the cure of
these maladies: also regulations mak
ing it safe to be in contact with the
consumptive sufferer. Arrangements
have also been made with The Hear
Drug Store, at Phoenix, to distribute
similar information and lif rature to all
Consumption can be prevented, it is
only necessary to educate the masses
and bring to their notice all that sci
entific investigation has urged upon us.
Kodak work cheap at tvonnell'B.
JOHNSON, PHOTOGRAPHER, LOS
Krouskop's Grocery I
at 5 Points X
Wholesale Prices !
5 Points Phone Main 270
I deliver to nil Phoenix,
solicitor will call on notice.
Massie&Sons for Bargains
Massie has Crockery.
Massie has Granitevvare.
Massie has Glassware.
Massie has Stoves.
Massie has Iron Beds.
Massie has the best Springs.
Massie has new Mattresses.
Massie has new Dressers.
Massie has Kxtension Tables.
Massie has Linoleum.
Massie has nice Rurs.
Massie has Table Cutlery.
Ma!ssie has 5c and 10c Counters.
Massie has Suit Cases.
Massie ha3 Trunks.
Massie has Rockers.
Massie has Chairs.
Second -I land Show Cases.
MASSIE & SONS.
114 W. Washington St.
Phone Main 257.
, ... X
npn i nt ii a
Northeast Corner Center and Washington Sts.
A. L. Boehmer, Proprietor
TO GIVE FAIR VISITORS AND HOM EFOLKS A GRAND OPPOR
TUNITY TO BUY HOLIDAY GOODS WE OFFER OUR
COMPLETE HIGH-GRADE LINE OF TOILET
ARTICLES, CONSISTING OF
it Toilet and Manicuring
f Military Hair Brushes
Hand and Nail Brushes
X Hair Brushes
? Tooth Brushes
t Bath and Flesh Brushes
X Mirrors of all kinds
Z Whisk Brooms
X High Quality Perfumes, such as Rogers and Gill
X ette's, Pivers, Palmer, Hudnut, Colgate's Recksecker,
i; Seeley's j!
At h off on all articles in store, all I
j marked in plain figures.
J DON'T MISS THE OPPORTUNITY AND REMEMBER THE DATES jj! i
I NOV. 7 TO 15 INCLUSIVE. WATCH OUR WINDOWS. !
j Make The Busy Drug Store I
X YOUR HEADQUARTERS DURING FAIR WEEK. X
Will hold Goods $ ' i?VPrv ?!
T 1UI IIUIIUUY T7""1-" -r."rrrvrrn- ?
CORNER WASHINGTON AND
Will continue under new man
agement. Service prompt and up-to-date. I
Your patronage solicited.
The Real Test
of a laundry is
what its patrons
think of it. Ask
our patrons about
us. -:- -:- -:-
i The White House Clothing Co
Sincerely thanks the community
of Maricopa county for their
patronaee. which v:is nnnrwfiit-
C ed by the White House Clothing X
f Co. in our cheap sweep sale, V
and it was shown by the com
munity that they appreciated
the great bargains.
Therefore we will offer for T
j. rriuay, Saturday and Monday a
great Inducement in our High
Art Strauss Clothing and in all
our Ready-to-W'ear apparel.
We are also showing one of
the greatest and best lines of
X Dress Goods, all colors and
Call and frivp HQ a trial or, A
X you will appreciate it.
i The White House Clothin? Co i
r.. .......... "
THE HOFFMAN CIGAR
STAND, . J. DOYLE, PROP.
CIGARS, TOBACCO AND
Corner Breaaway A CanUr.
m ' sr ?
Ladies' Hand Bags and
Purses Both fine Leather
and Alligator 5
Pocketbooks and Bill J
Shaving Brushes and
Razors and Razor Strops
Parker Fountain Pens
Combs and Fine Station
ery Imported and Dom- $
KENTUCKY BLUE-GRASS . f
A IN VARIETY. WILL FUR- 4-
NISH PLANT DECORATION!
FOR PARTIES, BANQUETS
41 Hill's Seed House?
PHONE BLK. 8142.
X 126 NORTH CENTER,
HM"M"H"H"M"M"I I Mil 1 M"t-S-t
A resort for gentlemen. The
original BUDWEISER BEER
FRANK CONNELLEY, Prp.
M PLUMBING CO.
217 W. Wash. Street
Phone Red 3361
WE GUARANTEE SATIS
FACTION. LET US FIG-
URE ON TOUR PLUMBING
SEND IN TOUR REPAIRS.
THET WILL GET OUR
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H 1 I 1 1 t 1 I I 1 I I I f i n 1 1 t i
THERE'S A REASON fi
I STEWART & TEMPLIN
T have the largest Bicycle repair T
trade in Phoenix, at the
i! "Bike Hospital"
Next door to Post Office.
Phone Black S291.
f&?r: Ay -t
THE HOTEL AT HOLLYWOOD.
An Ideal family resort where the Arizona people are spending their aummel
vacation. Situated mid-way between the City and Sea. Rates J12.S0 tip.
liiii 1 I I 'M 1 I i ! 1 1 i I 1 1 H"K-t
t Capital $100,000.00
The National Bank of Arizona,
Solicits the deposits and general business of farmers, merchants and
Individuals, who may rely upon courteous consideration and the very
best terms that are consistent with good business methods.
EMIL GANZ, President. 8. OBERFELDER, Cashiar.
SOL LEWIS, Vic. Prasidant J. J. SWEENEY, Assist. Cashiar.
WlfU M HI II IM tilt 1 1 -
M I I H it it I'l 1 I I I'HIWH
T are a record of business history.
doings of hundreds of successful men and women. Men who are
f a rof ill f Inn nrfnll v lcMn thoir rnnnfv In ht hnnlr hiaiicA an
4j ? and convenience. We invite your
T-T ii J- BEAftnii president.
T , t . m i i 1 1 i i i i i 1 1 h m;i i : 1 1
W. F. NICHOLS,
UNION BANK & TRUST CO.
30 NORTH CENTER ST.
PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION.
80 FEET IN TWO 40-FOOT LENGTHS STEAM HOSE. A RARE
Ivunz Bros. & Messinger
Cor. Second and Adams Sts. Phone Red 828.
YEE SING'S AMERICAN HITCH EN
Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private rooms
nnd family style when desired. Sinjr docs all his own pastry. For a good
dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Sing's new Amer
ican Kitchen. Regular meals, 25c. Short orders all night.
33 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona.
We buy only the best in the market
THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT
44-45 EAST ADAMS STREET.
Everything New, Nice and Clean. Private Family Dining Room.
CHARLIE LING & CO., Props.
The French Kitchen
Open day and night Regular dinner 25c Best American and Chines
dishes for parties at all hours.
Phone Black T961. 11 West Wash. St.
YEE BEN CO, PROP.
Coolest and Cleanest Place in Town to
and Families. Short
Nos. 22 and 24 East W'ashington St
You save money by ' buying
DePree's Formaldehyde Fuml
gator. It is simple and effec
tive. Price 25c
128 West Washington St
Remember the dates, Nov. 9-14,
1908, Fourth Territorial Fair.
FLORAL STAND AND RACKS
For Funerals. Big Shipments in.
Phoenix Flower House
I'l l U I I 1 I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I i I I II
Surplus $100,000.00 I
- - M 11111!!! 11 HtHH
'H'I"1"I"M"1H - W"M'1 I! I I 1 III I 1 I I
of this Bank
On them are written the daily T
llu i u a. ji
1 h ; i r r.r.M
LLOYD B. CHRISTY. Cashier.
WI'H 1 ! 1 I 1 II.
-' ' - m ' ' ' 1 1' I',,- - vT.-:.. i1--
J. M. SWETNAM. GEO. H. LUTGERDLVQ.
and our cooking speaks for itself.
Eat Nice Private Rooms for Parties
Orders at All Hours.
MARK LAND, Proprietor.
Everthtng First Class
FsfflGUS Tony Faust Beer on
JACK GIBSON, Proprietor.
ANTON GOLD, Prop.
Srd mnd Waahington Sta.
Hot and Cold Bathe froe for reg
ular roomers. Nice cool rooms
J7J)0 per month and upwards.
Summer rates. Com and look
freight and Baggage
carefully and quickly handled.
Storage at reasonable rates.
Pioneer and Consolidated
j Transfer and Storage Co.
j Baggage office, 116 North Center St.
j Telephone llaln 142.
1 General office, 42 South Center St.
Telephone Main 74.