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THE ARIZONA SREPTJBL1 CAN: SATD14DAY MOHKIK(?r NOVEMBER' 2," . 1901 .
The Arizona Republican PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. Geo. W. Vicunas, President avd Ocn. Manager Exclusive Morning Associated Press tljWtchM. The only Perfecting Press In ArUona. The only battery of luinotypaa In Art aona. - Publication office: 36-58 Eut Adams treat. Telephone No. 47L Entered at the poatomca at Phoenix. Arizona, aa mall matter of the aeoond class. BUBStfRIPTION RATES. By mall, dally, one year Weekly, one year...... Cash In advance. ,.(9.00 .. C.U0 BT CARRIER. Dally, par month PHOENIX. ARIZONA, NOV. 2. 1901. Three of the addresses delivered be fore 'the recent convention of the Amer ican Bankers assoc REFORM1NG lation dealt with the THE necessity of reform- BANKINQ LAW. in present laws rel- atlve to banking and currency. One plan, presented by Pres ident Stlckney. of the Chicago .Great Western Railway, proposed a great central bank with branches, thus put ting the government directly Into the banking business; another, by Secre tary of the Treasury Lyman J. Gage, advocated the abolishment of the sub treasury system, in as far as it en couraged unnecessary locking up of fundn. and the third by ex-Comptroller of the Currency James H. Eckels, was a plea for. an asset banking currency. The speakers did not confine them selves altogether to these points, but their addresses dealt with them largely. The Financier, discussing thece plans, commends neither In tts en tirety. Says that paper: - "So far as a central bank and branches are concerned, they might as well be dismissed from consideration. The people will not consent to a large central bank, patterned after the Bank of England: neither do they look with favor on the branch banking sys tem. Both may be desirable from a theoretical standpoint, but so long as they are impossible, it is only a waste of words to discuss the matter. Mr. Eckels- plan for an asset currency is. as he stated, an old issue. Judging from the reception his address met. there -are a few bankers, at least, who disagree with him in his conclusions, but for all that strong arguments can be made In favor of bank notes based on the promise of- the Institution to pay. We are rapidly approaching the time when this question of bank money will have to be settled one way or an other. National bank notes cannot al ways be Issued, and some substitute will have to be found for them. Wheth er the people of the country will have become sufficiently acquainted with the theory of an asset currency to per mit a test, is something that cannot be answered, but the chances are that in a modified form, at least, bank money of this kind will be necessary. The American Bankers association has already endorsed the Baltimore plan, and while Mr. Eckels goes to the extreme limit, lie was at least sincere In his appeal, and there Is no closer student of economic conditions than the ex-comptroller. "Secretary Gage, In his address, dealt largely with the economic waste of our present treasury system, a waste that is so large as to create amazement In other countries at our Indifference to It. The' secretary deplored the idea that taxes are collected from the peo ple in such a crude way as to embar rass business by .withholding the. pro ceeds from legitimate use. No one Il's Time wasted And strength wasted, to try to push back the rising tide with a broom. It's just as great a waste of time and a iar more serious waste of strength to try to push back the- rising tide of disease with the "nervines, ""com pounds" and "nerve foods" which simply, drug the' nerves into a drunk en stupor. They make you feel good ? So does whisky, ' while the feeling lasts, but the reaction is dan gerous and deadly. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a tem perance medicine. It contains no al cohol, opium, cocaine or other nar cotic. It strengthens the body by purifying the blood and increasing the supply of that vital fluid. It heals diseases of the stomach and or gans of digestion and nutrition and thus removes the obstacles to a per fect nourishment of the whole body. "Six years ago my stomach and heart troubled me ao much f had to do something, as the doctor could sot help me," writes Mrs. S. A. Knapp. of Ban Jose. California, Box 39s. -1 went to Sau Francisco and had treatment for catarrh of the stomach and was better for some time, then it came back. I then used Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and 'Pleasant Pellets.' These medicines cured my stomach. I do not have the pain ana indigestion as I did. It is ill hard for me to tell yon what I sum-red be fore I commenced taking four valuable medicine, recommend - it to art the sufferers whom I meet. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets strengthen and stimulate the liver. will disagree with him 'in the state ment that treasury reform is abso lutely essential. He advocates a plan for making .clearing houses the deposi tories of excess funds, the clearing houses to stand responsible for -them, distributing the funds among members pro rata. This is not a solution of the sub-treasury system, but It Is at least a partial remedy. The secretary of the treasury pointed out In his address that the locking up of idle funds In the treasury during the last-thirty years had withdrawn a constant volume of money averaging $50,000,000 from the people.' This. If left with banks would have permitted an expansion of credit of at least $200,000,000 from one year to another. If it were proposed ser iously to withdraw $200,000,000 of money from circulation, a flood of protests would sweep over the country. Yet we have lost the benefit of that amount yearly (at present the sum Is very much greater) for a third of a century, and seem content to go on losing It. What Is $25,000,000 of Yukon gold.about which so mush Is said annually, com pared with the huge hoard which the treasury absorbs In times ofprosperlty and withholds from legitimate use." About the only "argument" so ' far heard In the east against the admis sion of Arizona Is that "the country wants no more sage-brush senators," the Implication being that Arizona Is on a level with Nevada. It requires forbearance to neet this "argument" for the reason that there Is no excuse for the gross Ignorance which Is ex tant concerning Arizona. But patience must be exercised, and the campaign of education must go on. Our fellow citizens In the east must be led to un derstand that there Is no similarity whatever between Nevada and Ari zona. Nevada was made a state upon the strength of a single mining camp, and that a producer of silver. Politi cal exigencies were, of course- chiefly considered when the state was created. There is no other section of the Uni ted States which could so readily af ford to have a wall built around It and then depend upon Its own pro ductions as Arizona. . And if there is any better teat than this we cannot think of It, There Is abso lutely no possibility of Arizona retro grading in any particular. - She has the greatest copper mines In the world, and no developed copper mine in this territory has ever given signs of play ing out. The gold production Is In creasing at such a rate that this ter ritory will soon be one of the chief producers. Arizona haa more pine timber than any state In the union. Her vast cattle and sheep ranges will remain for all time a paradise for stockmen. Her agricultural resources cannot be approached by any state, for there are here at least two millions of acres" of rich soil for which water can be furnished, and these two million acres will directly support a million people. To mention Arizona and Ne vada In the same breath is to confess oneself disgracefully ignorant. Nor is New Mexico to be compared with Ne vada. The practical demonstration of the value of the Marconi wireless telegraph system, that has been Installed on the Cunard liners In connection with the newspaper station at . Nantucket Shoals lightship, has satisfied even the most skeptical. It's uncanny results whet the public appetite for a greater development of it. A few days ago the big Lucanla, bound In, was reported by wireless telegraphy from Nantucket, and on the following day when she was due to arrive off the Hook, such a heavy fog set in that the operator down there- was buried In it, and no reports couM be expected from him. The Marconi op erator on the Umbrla, lying at her plsr on the North river, was Instructed to attempt to reach the Lucanla with his messages. He sent out the electric waves which read "Lu-Lu-Lu-Lu" the code call for the ship. . The hunting for the proverbial needle In the hay stack would seem child's play com pared with this, and yet within two minutes back' came the response, "Urn TJm-TJm" which was recorded on the receiving tape In the little house on th Umbria'B boat deck. It was the Btart- llng result of literally reaching out Into the air for a message. "Where are you?" asked the Umbrla's operator. "Off the bar," replied the Lucanla and then followed private messages from passengers on the fog-bound boat to friends waiting on the pier more than twenty miles away. During her trip the Lucanla exchanged messages for more than six hours with another ship of the same line that she passed at night in a heavy gale. Communication was not broken until the two ships were 110 miles apart. The fact that the president did not appoint the man. who woe the first choice of Senator Burton for United States attorney for the district of Kan sas has been seized upon by a large number of papers as a reason for harsh criticism of the Kansas senator. It Is hastily taken for granted that he tried to mislead the president and foist an unfit man upon him. A more upright and high-minded man than Mr. Burton could not be found in the senate. The country does not know him very well yet. but it wilt soon know him as one of the leading men of the nation. He has all the brilliancy and oratorical ability of Insalls, and In addition is well poised, and a profound thinker. To Burton more than td anybody else the country owes a debt of gratitude for the presence of Itooscvelt In the pres idential chair today. After Mr. Roose velt had repeatedly refused to permit his name to go before the" Philadelphia Tho Latomt ' SolentHks DIsoovory Is based on the principle, "Destroy the cause, you remove the effect." llcrpicido k i 1 1 s t h e germs that cause dan druff by digging up the scalp as they burrow their pestiferous way to the hair root, w here they finally destroy the hair. Withont dandruff your hair will grow luxuri antly. Nevwbro'a Herpicldo stops dandruff and fall ing hair, and starts liair growing within 10 days. One bottle will convince you of this. . For Saks at all First Class Drug Stores. rt convention for vice president. It was Burton at the head of the Kansas dele gation who would not take no for an answer, and finally actually con scripted the New York governor. The San Francisco Chronicle In an editorial endorsement of Arizona's de mand" for statehood falls Into the error of stating that the convention of last Saturday re-adopted the constitution framed for the state of Arizona some years, ago. As a. matter of fact there was ho mention of the constiution In the statehood convention, and - it Is safe to say that no representative con vention of citizens of this territory would now endorse that constitution ' without modification. In the main the 1 proposed organic law was an excellent 1 Instrument, but Its recognition of silver j as a legal tender was a concession to the c-raze which then possessed the west, and that section would -now be laughed out of any Arizona convention as an absurdity. It Is to be hoped that for the good of the cause of statehood the papers throughout the country will not make the mistake of stating that ; the silver question still Interests the ; people of Arizona. All mills In Japan run day and nlghl and change hands at noon and mid' night. The vast majority of mill work ers are children, who work eleven hours at low wages. In one mill at Osaka, 2,600 workers are under 15 years of age and operate only 8,700 spindles. In this country 300 persons operate the same number. Take a Iowell mill of 4.0(11 looms, and 122.000 spindles, which are operated by 700 males and 1,500 fe males. In Japan It would take 12,000 persons to do this work. On Monday of this week there was a bread riot at Puruandiro. Mexico, caused by the high price of corn. The famine in corn in many parts of the republic has been intensified by spec ulators who have withheld large quan tities from the market. President Diaz has sought to frustrate the speculators by removing the duty on American corn, and large shipments are r.ow going in from this country, but U will be some time before the general dis tress Is relieved. The closing of the great Common wealth gold mine at Pearce on account of differences between the laborers in the mine and mill and the management Is a regrettable Incident, and It is to be hoped that the difficulties will soon be amicably settled. Not enough par ticulars of the trouble have reached Phoenix to warrant a statement as to which party to the controversy If either Is at fault. The proceedings In the Schley court of -inquiry were brought practically to a close yesterday. The 'admiral will correct his testimony the first of next week, after which the arguments of counsel will follow. There is no rea son to revise the forecasts heretofore made, that the verdict of the court will be a complete vindication of Schley. ' , -.HOLE IN THE LUNGS ; There are thousands of men and women; as well as ever,! j , - With" holes 111 their lungs : Cdn- sumption stopped. Consumption stopped is corr surnption cured. What does it? ' Some change in - the way of life and Scott's emulsion, of cod-liver oil. With the emulsion, give some attention to circum stances : change from a dark damp close room to a sunny dry airyone; from city to coun try ; frcm hard to an easy life ; indoors to out. A hole in the lungs : once healed is no worse than a too tight waist or- waistcoat. I Take the emulsion, and give it achrtrce to heal the wound. ' . WVt sentl yy a little to try. If son I ks. SCOTT : tOWXE, oo, Tearl street. New York.' I U V A to modern fronting Grounds 14-16 South Second The annual stockholders meeting of the Phoenix Building and Loan aso-. -elation will be held at the office of Its secretary, 21 North First avenue, on Tuesday, Nov. S. 1M1. at 7 o'clock p. m., at which time there will be electud tnree directors and such other business transacted as may come before the meeting. C. P. AINSWORTH. President, it. H. Q KEENS, Secretary. The president has appointed Prank I. Osbern of Charlotte. N. C. to succeed the late Judge Fuller on the court of private land' claims. There remains but little work before the court unless some new question - as to titles Is raised, hence the personnel of the court Is not of as much Interest to Arizona as formerly. The oldest citizen of Illinois is dead after reaching the age of 108. When j the facta come out It will probably ap pear that his years were cut short by whisky and tobacco. Stops the Cough and work off the Cold ' Laxative Bromo-Quinlne TaWtts cure a cold In one day. No Cure, No Pay. Price 25 centa. DUTY DONE. "What the world wants Is bold ori ginality." "Well." answered the Chicago college professor: -"no one can deny that 1 have been doing my best. "--Washington Star. JUMPED ON A TEN PENNY NAIL. The mtie d-aughter of Mr. j. x. fcs-in-a1 1 . -tiirnnoi nn a (nimvfa1 tMlrn ' made of ten penny nails and thrust one nau entirety tnrougn ner toot ana a .second one half way through. Cham berlain's Pain Balm was promptly ap plied and five minutes later the pain had disappeared and no more suffer ing was experienced. In three days the child was wearing her shoo as usual and with absolutely no discomfort. Mr. Powell is a well-known merchant of Forkland. Va. Pain Balm is an anti septic and heals such Injuries without maturation and In one-third the time required by the usual treatment. For sale by Elvey & Hulett. . Miss Trust What would you say of a man who does nothing all the evening but make sheep's eyesf . Miss , Behave I simply -wouldn't wouldn't waste my time on sucn a mut tonbead. Smart Set. TO THE PUBLIC. Allow me to . say a ' few words In praise of Chamberlain's Coungh Rem edy. I had a very severe cough and cold and feared I would get pnuemonla. but after taking the second dose of this medicine I felt better, three bottles cured my cold and the pains In my chest disappeared entirely. I am most respectfully yours for health. Ralph- S. 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