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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1909.
THE ARIZONA .REPUBLICAN
Publish! Every Dy In the Year By
ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY.
GEO. W. YICKERS, Pres. Gen. Mgr.
Exclusive Morning Associated Press
Publication office: Corner Second and
Adams Streets. Telephone Main 47.
Entered at the postoffice at Phoenix.
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Py mail, dally, one year $8M
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all of Amos' street news stand wagons
In Los Angeles, San Diego, and Long
PHOENIX. ARI:?.. MARCH
THE PIONEERS' HOME.
Whether the bill establishing a
home for Arizona Pioneers goes any
farther or not, the achievement of its
author, Mr. Morris, in getting
it through the house yesterday
is something to be proud of.
There was, it is true, only one
objection to it, but hitherto that had
been found to be insuperable the
expense attendant upon the opening
of sii.h a home and the compara
tively meager resources of the terri
tory. The financial aspect of the
mntter was brought into nearer view
than the duty of the territory to
those formerly rugged but now de
crepit nun who paved the way and
made Arizona a fit place for us who
came after to live in.
The expense of establishing and
maintaining such a home is, after
all, not so great as it appears at first
glance, when we tale into considera
tion certain facts. In almost every
countv there are pioneers who are
tw.ini?- simoorted bv the county. Some
f them are in the hospitals, the
softer name we give to the poorhouse.
Many others are supported or par
tially supported outside those institu
tions so that altogether the public
is already paying out a large sum
for their maintenance.
Thi would be a rather sordid ar
gument in favor of the home, but it
strengthens the mure sentimental one
tint these old men deserve something
better than treatment as paupers.
They have surely earned a comfort
able home in their declining years,
a home where they may regard them
selves as honored pensioners and not
jmblic charges, treated as the ter
ritory treats the ordinary pauper who
has no claim upon it except the broad
and sometimes very weak claim of
We do not think the baseball series
for The Republican cup falls under
the frown of the anti-gambling law.
Ooen until SB r lsKre.-. .fl'!3?w
I Mid- I
WEALTHY MINING MAN
James Goodwin Slowly Recovering in
San Francisco Hospital. .
San Francisco, March 2. With the
arrest of Sydney I. Danby and Jay
'Loane, and the removal of James
Goodwin, the wealthy Nevada mining
man, who is said to have been the
victim of a plot, the details of which
are of a horrifying nature, to a hos
pital where he is slowly recovering
from the prolonged debauch into
which he alleges Danby and O'Loane
led him, the prosecution of the con
spiracy charges against the arrested
men is suspended until Goodwin is
able to give the authorities further
Danby and O'Loane ' were booked
today on charges of having conspirod
to cause the death of Goodwin, while
Edith O'Loane, said to be the wife of j
O'Loane, has been placed on the!
detinue book pending an investiga
Rid yourself of hawking, spitting, 1
snuffling. Hyomei is guaranteed to
cure catarrh or money back. Gives
great relief to consumptives. No
stomach doling, breathe it in. Com
plete outfit, including inhaler, Jl.O'l.
Extra bottles 50 cents. Guaranteed
by Larsun I 'rug Co. Sold in every
town in America.
THE EDUCATIONAL TEST.
We do not question the motives of
the gentlemen who under the guise of
purifying the ballot have sought to
disfranchise a large body of Arizona
citizens, but there will always remain
a doubt whether the object of council
bill CO was really to purify the bal
lot or more securely to entrench the
democratic party in Arizona. We will
know about this after we see the new
law in operation. The conduct of
democratic election boards will fur
nish s.ime inkling of the real purpose
of the law.
But even if the law is honestly
applied it will be an injustice to in
telligent Mexicans, who, though they
may not read English, are not illiter
ate but are more or less familiar with
the literature of their own tongue.
So far as the law affects those who
are actually illiterate, who can read
and write neither in the English or
any other language, there can be no
serious complaint, and now that it is
enacted we hope it will be rigidly
enforced against every illiterate
whether his ancestors came over in
the Mayflower or were transferred
by the Gadsden purchase or the ear
lier treaty of Hidalgo.
Let there be no discrimination In
favor of the illiterate "American" as
distinguished from the Mexican, who
is also an American.
We will suppose now, that things
should so turn out that the council
and the house should not agree on
the amendments to the segregation
bill. Then, if the house should be
Insistent, might not circumstances
develop which would leave some of
the democratic gentlemen of the
council in a trying position?
Though it looked for the time yes
terday as if the caucus were going
to pieces, the situation aroused only
a mild interest. The caucus had so
nearly accomplished all it set out to
do that it made no difference to the
public whether it collapsed or held
out to the end of the session.
Smith county. Well, thi t ain't so
worse; it might be Jone.; county.
Hut it seems possible to have se
lected a name more striking and
picturesque than Jones or Smith
WILL BUY FOR YOU
7 bars good Laundary
4 bars Fels Naptha Soap.23
7 bars Light House Soap.2o
6 Uneeda Biscuits SoC
2 Grape Nuts 23
1 1-2 lbs. best Bason 23
6 loaves best Bread 25
1 pint Welch's Grape Juice.23
6 Develed Ham 25
2 cans Red Salmon 23
1 pint liottle Catsup 25
2 very best Corned Beef. "ZTtC
10 lbs best Colo. Spuds.. 25
5 packages Searchlight
5 'pkgs. Domino Matches. .23
5 pkgs. Star Matches 23
1 doz. fresh Ranch Eggs..2o
2 cans very good Peas. . . -23
2 cans very good String
3 1 - lb. packages A. and H.
3 big rolls Toilet Paper... 23
3 big squares Toilet Paper.25
6 bars Extra Fancy Toilet
Best Eastern Ham 10
Cents the Pound.
6 bars of any kind of Borax
2 25c size Talcum Powder. 23c
2 20c bottles Castoia 25
3 lbs. Lima Beans 23
1 lb. Good Coffee (M. and
1 good Broom 25
2 cans Bell Chile (fine)..25
2 cans best Corn 23
2 1-2 lbs. best Soda
2 cans Sa-f'lnes, 20c size. 25f
1 gallon Coal Oil 23c
2 lbs. Ginger Snaps 23
4 lbs. White Beans 25
5 lbs. Red Beans 23d
3 cans best Lye 2.C
3 Bon Ami 25
3 Sapolio 25
3 cans good Pork and .
H'-ans 25 6
3 lbs. Seedless Raisins. .. 25
2 lbs. Dried Apples 25
2 lbs. Arizona Dates ...-25J
3 pl;gs. Old 'Dutch
3 1-2 lbs. Cane Sugar 23d
2 bottles good Pickles 23d
A LIVELY QUARTER IS
BETTER THAN A LAZY
FIVE POINTS GROCERY
The man who retails grocer
ies at wholesale prices. My so
licitor will call on notice. I
deliver to all Phoenix.
Phone Main 270.
A Land Owner
"The safest and best
investment on earth is
the earth itself."
15 acres in the orange
district; 10 acres in al
falfa; regular water for
all. A good buy for $185
15 acres, all in alfalfa;
3-room house, good well
and fenced with woven
wire. An ideal place for
chickens or small dairy.
If taken soon it can be
had for $3500.
40 acres, due west of
Glendale; soil suited to
anything, for -fG5 an acre.
This is a good speculation.
1(0 acres, all fenced;
100 acres in cultivation,
balance ready for crop;
soil the best. Just the
place to start a good
home three miles from
CJlendale; for $100 per
acre; one-third down, bal
ance in 3 vears.
1G0 acres, 2t miles
from Glendale, at $90 an
acre. 120 acres in culti
vation, with fair house.
Terms very easy.
GREENE & GRIFFIN
Real Estate & Invest
127 X. Center St.
!i Phone I
A. L. BOEHMER'S
BUSY DRUG STORE
Ts the great Drug Supply Center of Phoenix, the
Salt Kiver Valley and surrounding country. When
ever you think of
DRUGS AND HIQIKUSS
think of A. L. BOEHMER'S BUSY DRUG STORE.
The great majority of the people turn to us invari
ably when in need of anything in the DRUG LINE.
For they know at A. L. IJOEILUER'S they find just
what thev want, promptly and at the lowest prices.
The popularity of the BUSY PIIUG STOKE is ever
growing and is far ahead of our expectations. If
you are not dealing at BOEHMER'S BUSY DRUG
STORE, you are missing much. WHY not get in
A. L. BOEHMER'S
BUSY DRUG STORE
N. E. Cor. Center and Washington.
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fHE HOTEL AT HOLLYWOOD,
An Ideal winter resort. Mission architecture. Situated mldwar
between Los Angeles and the ocean In the frostless belt
Promptly 'II 1
Attended to 11
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New Cars and Fresh Supplies.
Repairing a specialty by exi-rt mechanics. All work guaranteed.
PHOENIX AUTO CO.
;; Phone Main 145. 229 E. Adams St
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Don't wear away
your life washing
when we do them
Don't let your
Plumbing before see
ing us. We can save
you money, and ev
ery job we do is
217 W. Wash. St.
Phone Red 33G1.
Send in your repairs.
Freight and Baggage
carefully and quickly handled.
Storage at reasonable rates.
Pioneer and Consolidated
Transfer and Storage Go.
Baggage office, 116 North Center St
Telephone Main 142.
General office, 42 South Conter St
Telephone Main 74.
Painless removal or
Corns, (0 cents each
Bunions, Moles and
Warts, removed bj
ing Toenails a spe
cialty. Men, Ladles and Children
treated day or evenings. Between
First and Center St, on Adams.
Phon Red 8072. FRANK SHIRLEY.
INDIAN MOTOR CYCLES
Always the Best
I 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.
rhone Red 8532. 31 So. 1st Ave.
S3 per dozen.
Hill's Seed House
126 N. Center St.
A 0 " ft . U .
SAVE PART of the money you make and put
it in the bank. - Put just five dollars a week in our
bank and in twenty-five years this sum will be a
The Phoenix National Bank
Capital, Surplus and Profits $250,000.00
E. B. GAGE, President.
H. J. McCLUXG, Vif-e President.
R. B. BUUMISTER, Cashier.
II. M. GALLIVER, Asst. Cashier.
The Prescott National Bank
PRESCOTT - - ARIZONA.
X CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS S270.000.00
Roll of Honor Bank No. 585.
T United States Depository. T
2 Territory of Arizona Depository. X
4- County of Yavapai Depository.
T City of Prescott Depository. T
F. M. MURPHY, President. R. N. FREDERICKS, Cashier.
The Famous Interna
tional Auto Expert.
Cars examined and
Garage 235 W. Wash.
Phone Main 315.
M. L. Vieux
Proprietor Artificial Cement Co.,
Arizona Lime Co, and Asphalt
Works, S. First St Office, 40
W. Adams St Phone 2181.
T Fresh Stock of Hearsay Tires, t
I At the
I BIKE HOSPITAL.
X We guarantee them to be right. .
J Stewart & Templin J
'. (The Bike Surgeons.)
1! Phone Blk. 329L Next to P.O.
? For a V
TRUNK, SUIT CASE J
or a f
ijj See the
Ij! C0LLINC3 VEHICLE AND
2 HARNESS CO.
j. First Door East sf Hotel Adams f
I Indian Baskets and
i vBlankets, Native
I Gems, Curios
I ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. I
I 45 N. Center, Phoenix
RANCHERS, MINERS AND
Let me sell you the supplies
I know what you need and have
the goods, fresh and at lowest
prices. Canned goods, pre
serves, pickles, Dacon and ham.
Bend me a list of goods you
wish, if you can't ome in, and
I will fill the order promptly to.
your satisfaction. Write, phone
1 W. Wash. St, Phoenix.
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Capita! $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00
The National Bank of Arizona,
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 S. Oberfetder, Cashier.
Chas. Goldman, Vice President J. J. Sweeney, Ass't Cashier.
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f The Valley Bank of Phoenix I
CAPITAL and SURPLUS S123.000.00 ?
deposits Sl.OOO.OOO.OO X
A general banking business is transacted and a trust department
In the savings department 4 per cent Is paid on term deposits.
The confidence that is inspired is demonstrated by the constantly
increasing number of depositors.
E. J. BEXXITT. President G. M. HALM, Vice President
LLOYD B. CHRISTY, Cashier. S. H. STEWART. Ass't Cashier.
VT. F. NICHOL8.
J. X. BWETNAM. GEO. H. LUTGERDINQ,
UNION BANK & TRUST CO.
Pi NORTH CENTER 8T.
PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION.
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
You Must Stop
FOR A WARM ROOM AND
A QUIET NIGHTS REST
THE WILLIAMS HOUSE
I We make a specialty of I
Come and investigate .
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ANTON GOLD, Prop.
Third and Washington Ets.
f Box Trade
' Fine, clean rooms, centrally g
located; 60c per night and up. t
Dracban Cigar Co
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