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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1912.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
THE AIUZOXA PUBLISHING CO.
The Only Paper in Arizona Published
Every Day in the Year.
S. W. HIGLET,
President and Manager.
CHARLES A. STAUFFER,
CHAS. C. CUTCHSIIAW.
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ETTA GIFFORD TOUNG,
Exclusive Morning Asse iatcd Press
Office, Corner Second and Adams Sts.
Entered t the postofficc at Phoc
ni.v. Arizona, us mail matter of the
line with an enlightened public policy.
And everybody knows acts of that
kind, all of which are in restraint of
trade, are being performed every day.
If Senator Cummins had stopped t
think just a moment he would have
known his sweeping statement would
not bear the test of common sense.
This is a mild sample of the criti
cism that is being directed agains-t
tln supremo court for its decision i-'i
the Standard Oil anil Tobacco case".
Cummins' criticism differs from the
others in Hint he knows what he is
talking about but chooses to talk
rather as a demagogue than as a well
read lawyer. The greater lKimber of
criticism are made by men who
havo no knowledge either of the law
or tho facts in the case.
Address all communications to THE
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Restraint of Trade
'7 think it will be said it may b.
difficult to find a man win. thinks
there ought to be any restraint of
It will be notice! the nitovu words
are ipuoti'd. But they are not Moted
from an essay by some callow college
fledgeling or front the speech of some
soap box agitator, as the language
would load one to believe. They are
reported in the current issue of tlie
Saturday Evening- I'ost by Henry
Beach Needhani and are ascribed, and
it is presumed with authority, to Hon.
A. B. Cummins, senator from Iowa,
and an aspirant for the presidential
The language is used, of courj-e. in
connection with the Sherman ' anti
trust statute and the interpretation of
that statute by the supreme court.
. It is a little difficult to understand
how .Mr. Cummins, who undoubtedly
is possessed of great ability, can have
arrived at the conclusion indicated by
his quoted utterance. For surely
there should be no difficulty at all in
finding a man possessed of the views
A Case of Graft
One of the most significant news
items recently published In The It2
publican appeared hi Saturday's is
sue in connection with tin- Evei'
glades matter, now under Investiga
tion by a committee of the house of
ropn-s.-ntutives. The news item was
s-nt out by the Associated Press ami
is thoroughly reliable. It is to the
effect that Solicitor McCain, when
testifying before the committee, filed
a full list of congressmen who have
been accompanied on speaking tours
by experts of the department of ag
riculture and who. through that
mr.niK, had their traveling expenses
paid by the government.
For the past several weeks con
gress has been imbued with the
spirit of investigation. It is investi
gating the steel trust, the money
tust, the shoe machinery trust, the
sugar trust, the agricultural depart
ment, the military de'mrtiucnt, a
senator from Illinois and so on ad
infinitum. So. you will think, of
course, that it would at once rush
into an investigation of these con
gressmen who, according to the
sworn testimony of a high official of
the government, were guilty of what
Iiniks suspiciously like obtaining
money by false pretense.
Rut congress did nothing "f tin
kind. Instead, the investigating com
mittee refused even to permit the
names of thse eorrupt statesmen to
appear on the record. Nobody knows,
and perhaps nobody ever will know,
just how much these nimble fingered
gentlemen pilfered from the treasury,
and the r.-ason is, the committee
covered up the unsavory transaction.
Tliis m-wspaper doesn't know if tho
men alleged to Imivo dune this thin,;
art democrats or republicans. But it
does know their graft has been con
cealed by a democratic committee an
Itointed by a democratic hous; of
representatives. It- -;ilso knows that
here is a chance for an investigation
that would really accomplish sonn-
Speaking of peonage, how about the
fellow in New York who was ordered
to pay the full amount of his salary
to his divorced wife as alimony?
Louisville Courier- Journal.
Telling a group of senators that
they are not tho most Important per
sons in the world is tempting fate.
New Yolk American.
Lincoln Steffens evidently has lost
bis spotlight and doesn't know where
t. find it. Albany .loiirnal.
Mince pio has been mentioned as
a cause of nervousness in America
This constant succession of investi
gations may have something to do
with it. Washington Star.
Your'e the One
We Are After.
This is an invitation to those who do not
hank with lis to do then banking- with
A KM ZONA'S LAKCIKST HANK.
&e Valley Bank
Spain, which probably suffers from
Hoods more than any other European
country, is suffering from them again.
And she has been denuded of her
forests more recklessly and complete
ly than any other. Students of the
law of cause and effect may take
notice. New Yor': Tribune.
Baniiuoters would rejoice if the
Congressional "leave to print." were
extended to after-dinner, speeches
running to an hour or two In length
It Is a case where the iart is greater
than the whole. Whether the press
would jump at the chance to publish
unspoken speeches is another matter.
Wisdom is cherished bv the few,
neglected by the nnuiy and hired by
the powerful. Life.
to -which he refers. As to this ques- j lhinf-: ))Ht tnert. jS no chance that it
tion of difficulty it may be said that
undoubtedly every lawyer in Arizonji
who hus even skimmed through the
books written by the leading kiw
writers knows the principle of rea
sonable restraint is recognized by all
the authorities and has been for
hundreds of years. There are hun
dreds of thousunds of men in the
United States who not only kin,
that some restraint of trade not only
is in everyday use but who know
that it is a necessity in the very nu
ture of things.
Now. stlpposo a case. Suppose
Jim Smith comes here from New
York. Jim Smith wants to engage
in the dry goods business and he
makes a deal to buy out some mer
chant on Washington street. Jim
Smith buys not only the stock hiicI
fixtures but he buys- the intangible
asset known as the good will, and
every business man knows the good
"will of a going concern is a very
substantial part of its assets.
Anil since Jim Smith buys the good
will he naturally puts a clause in the
contraot of sale providing for his
protection in tilts important matter,
lie may bind the seller to an agree
ment not to engage in the same lin
of business in Phoenix for. say. the
space of a year. Here is an absolute
contract in restraint of trade; and ii
.is a contract any court in America
would uphold. So far from being op-
will be made. And the reason seems
to be there is danger in it. But what
do tho people who are making an out
cry about governmental abuses think
of transactions of this kind'.'
As a general thing after agiii dis
covers that her idol has feet of clay
she can find some consolation in buy
ing silk stockings for liersel. Gal
Probably the president doesn't care
who gets tin straw votes so long as
hi gets the delegates. Providence
The Denver Times has discovered
that sauerkraut promotes longevity.
But doos it brighten it up? Louis
Wo have an egg up home. If ;m
museum owner wants a chance U t
him come forward at once, or we will
oat it and be done with it. Montreal
When a girl will wear overshoes
she's confident she is good-looking
enough to risk it. New York Press
What's the price of a karat of but
ter this morning? Washington Post.
Philadelphia pn-sents a case in
which the lady not only did the pro
posing but also paid tho car fare ami
the parson. Now. no doubt, she will
havo to assume the burden of sup
jHirting the family . Norfork Virginian
The Great Contest
THIS IS THE AUTOMOBILE
TO BE GIVEN AWAY
BY THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
Five -Passenger 36-Horsepower
H. G. MURPHY, Agt., 237 W. Washington St.
Tremaine Garage. Phoenix, Arizona
BE IHE WINNER
FIRST SPECIAL PRIZE?
Kentuckians want protection for
their Mammoth eav Can't the van
dals be trusted to leave the hole
where it is? iTovIdence Bulletin.
Methodist College of Rome
American Methodists have just,
heard, through Bishop Burt, of the
success this winter of the Methodist
educational work in Rome. The
Home School for Girls, on Via Gari
baldi. is utilizing its last foot of
space, and Crandon Hall, built ny
American Methodist women is daily
enrolling new pupils. It Is a sciioi I
for young women, and is attended by
students from some of the best Italian
families, not in Rome merely, l'Jt
The College for Boys and Young
Men is the latest Methodist venture
in Koine, and exists solely to educate
and bring out leaders of the new
Italy. It occupies the tipper floors of
the Methodist central building on the
Quirinul Hill, and its enrollment this
winter exceeds that of any prPviou
year. Recently additional .rooms were
fitted up. Now the government has
forbidden the college to receive more
pupils in present quarters. Iifforl3
are making to secure funds with
which to erect, in a new locality, ade
tuatc buildings in size and equip
THE WHALE AND JONAH.
The fire in tho pirlor of the
Spotted C-w roared up the chim
ney, while tho hardened fishermen
boasted r.ml wrangled over their
doughty doings. Then the tall, sjtare
had been listening
ever occur to
svv.al lowed Jo-
mcnt. It is to be known as the
posed to public policy it is in direct Methodist College of Rome.
The Phoenix National Bank
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS
K. B. GAGE, President
T. K. POLLOCK. Vice President
M. C. MeDOlTGAL. Vice President
II. J. McCLUNG. Vice Pres.-Cash
II. M. GALLIVKR. Asst. Cash.
II. J. MARSHALL., Cashier
K. B. Gage
T. E. Pollock
L. II. Chalmers
Geo. N. Gage
II. J. McCIung
M. C. ilcDougali
W. F. Staunton
W. A. Drake
James S. Douglas
United States Depository
silent man who
"Gentlemen, did it
you to wonder what
of tiie whale that
U hat s tlio good of VMinderiug
ab.Mil a tiling like Hint?" mi id the
tiout fisherman rudely. "Nothing def
inite is known."
Boys,' Ho continued. " she must
havo tip'K-d the beam at "
"Look here," the silent man inter
rupted again. "I know what be
came of that whale."
"Humph!" said the trout, fisher
"l or the rest of his life he made
a bore of himself telling all the other
whales he met how thu biggest and
heaviest man lie ever caught wrig
gled free ami got away." Philadel
This Question "Will Be An
swered by the Votes Cast
on New Subscriptions;
Turned m During Period
Ending February 21
WIN THE SPECIAL
AND MAKE SHOWING
Whoever Wins the First
Special Not Only Secures
the Prize But Also Makes
the Best Advance in tho
OVERWORKING THE COWS.
A chorus girl, playing in a Broad
way production, wont to a Connecti
cut farm to sienil Sunday witli her
aunt ami uncle. The next morning;
when she came downstairs, she saw
l'.er uncle entering the house with a
pailful of milk.
"Where have you been?" asked the
"Milking tin cows," he replied.
"What on Sunday?"
"To be sure," said her uncle. "I
Hive to do the chores on Sunday as
well as any other day."
"Oh, I wasn't thinking of you," said
tho girl, whose visits to the country
nave neon extremely few. l was
thinking of the poor cows. It's a
shame to make them work on Sun
day after they have given you milk
all week." ..ew. York Telegraph.
Mayor Fitzgerald of Boston relates
an amsuing incident which occurred
while he had occasion to stop at a
country hotel in Connecticut. In a
conspicuous place in the parlor was
an incription. "lei on parle Kran-
cais." The mayor, as he noticed the
sign, turned to the proprietor and
"Do you speak Kreneh?"
"Not me." the man replied. "Cnited
States is good enough for mo."
"Well, then." said tin mayor, "why
tlo you have that inscription on the
wall? That means 'French is spoken
"You don't mean it!" exclaimed the
hotel-keeper. "Well, I'll be darned!
A. young chap sold that to me for
God Bless Our Home.' "Brooklyn
Tin race for the Mitchell Touring
Car. $1000 in gold and trip to the
coast to Ik given by The Ri'puldioan
is geting down to tho iMihit where
every minute counts, where every vote
must bo gathered. The time of tho
Jinrdest running in the contest is now.
for son the contestants will In lined
up for Hie dash down the stretch to
the riish, and in this dash positions
will count for much.
While all eyes are fixed on tin
ultimate goal, when the grand and
district prizes are to bo awarded inter
est in the auxiliary i-ontest for the
first special prize to lie awarded Wed
nesday. Feb. 21st. is at high pitch.
"What special benefit will it In to
me?" asked a contestant Saturday, "to
put in my subscript ions now. when
they are promised to mo and 'I know
I have them coming before tho con
test closes?" The answer was mid
to all such inquiries is : Votes turn
ed in now count in tho winning of the
siocial prizes and on the winning of
tile automobile, gold ,ind trip, at Un
close or the contest on March Mil.
The "advertising effect" or making the
greatest swing in position is not to be
lost sight of.
No merchant increases his business
by publishing the fact that he is not
doing anything. The slogan "every
body loves a. winner." bus an applic
able meaning with the contestants who
aspire to be winners. In addition to
being a winner, let people know you
are a winner, and they will be anxious
to help you.
There are some who are working
quietly, but none the less energetical
ly, and when the time is ripe and will
send in ,:i collection of ballots that
will make- the "Leaves of Valiant brnsa
seem without weight or significance.
One contestant can never tell what
another can do and it is therefore
up to the busy candidate to think
nuicklv and get all the ballots that
can possibly be secured. Nothing
hoiild lie aMotted by the contestant
to interfere with the continuous iap
turing of ballots. To neglect getting
"another thousand" on anyone of th
days until the close of the contest
might lose the race.
It was not safe to assume tint jour
present store plus what you liave in
immediate fbjht is secure against the
figures that someone way down bo
low your total in the table of vote
standings may turn in during the
next few days.
Now. of all times, is the oeo. ision to
get busy. Throw in the clutch on the
top sK-ed and put on a -Mitchell
spurt until 3 p. m.. Feb. Jst. glide
into the lead and win the prise of
?."0 that has been hung up for the
best pace maker for the ten da
The liallots are to be had if onl
enough effort is spent in going after
them. The time is shortening rapidt
and the end will be here liefore one
nvilfv.es it, and then it will be too
.lute to do' all the things that on.
had planned and hoped to do. Ia ast
of all don't give up. Every time you
start anything do so with the deter- j
mmntiou to go through with it. Everx
time oho gives up their will power is
weakened just that much and th
next thing tliat one determines to
accomplish will be given up with ,in
ever increasing ease.
"We will fight it out on this bm
if it takes all summer" was the re
ply made by a ranious general uhen
asked if lie was not ready to abandon
the camiviigu he had planned.
Win tile first special prize and j on
will gain by it. Not only in a jh -cuniary
way, but by tho prestige that
It will give you in the way of ad
vertising your campaign, as people
like to rally around a winner in any
Among those who are holding fortli
the glad hand of welcome to the
harem skirt are the theatrical man
agers and press agents. A woman's
raiment or lack of raiment Is tin
food on which the press agent thrives.
Do you wish to give your fav
orite in the Republican Automo
bile, Gold and Trip Contest that
promised subscription before it
is too late to count on the win
ning of the first special prize?
If so, do it before 3 I'. M. Feb
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a steady growth with each year; a
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consolidations, but from strict adher
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