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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. GEO. W. VICKER3, Pres. and Oen. Man. Exclusive Morning Associated Press Plspatches. The only Perfecting Press In Arizona. The only battery uf Linotypes In Arl feona. Publication office: S6-3S Bast Adams street. Telephone No. 471. Nntered at the poatoftlce at Phoenix, Arizona, as mall matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. By mall, dally, one year t9.00 Weekly, one year Cash In advance. BY CARRIER. Dally, per month PHOENIX. AP.1ZONA. DEC. 28, 1901. Washington advices state that the Vhlef obstacle to the rebuilding and occupation of Whipple DKNEP.AL AN1 WHIPPLE. Uarracks at Prescott i the opposition of Gen eral Miles. It is ex plained that the general commanding the army is not friendly to Arixona. and that he feels that he has a grievance against the people rf the northern pan of the territory a.-.d of Prescott especially. His lack of a kindly feeling for the territory is aid to date from thetimeof hlsdiffer ences with the late General Crook, when a number of the citizens of Arizona rere frank to express their admira tion and friendship for Crook. Gen cdal Miles may feel that some of our people did him an injustice in not ac cording hir.i his due amount of credit for the suppression of the hostile .Apaches, and the capture of Geron lmo, and that public sentiment In this section was unduly -partial to General Crook, but it is hard to believe that l.e would permit a personal matter of this Insignificant character to control his judgment In such an imiortant and meritorious tjuePtion as. the rehabili tation of Whipple. It is still more ililcult, however, provided the facts liavu been laid before him. to surmise upon what other ground he can base f.pvot;iion to a project which In every expect appeals to the good judgment of all other army officers. It may lo pose'ole that he has not had time to Rive the question that careful exami nation which its importance demands'. In none of the Pacific coast or moun tain slates i9 there a military post so advuntageously situated as Whipple Barracks. Prescott has the ideal loca ticn geographically, for a large post. 'J:ic railroad facilities permit of the lspatch of troops with celerity to any section cf the western country. Gen em! Miles ia said to favor cither Albu min :que cr Los Angeles: in -preference to Prefccott, but it certainly can not be i r nnv sound military reason. To assume tnat he believes thnt either Al luciueriue or Los Angeles Is com parable with Prescott from a strategic Kt.lndpoint would do an injustice to the xeiieml's fine intelligence. And as to climatic and sanitary advantages. Prescott is simply without a rival tiny where. The general of course has a good Knowledge of the climate. i-Ie knows that there is not another post In the country so well situated as Whipple for superbly healthful cli mate the year round. He is aware that the jaded troops returning irom the Philippines and other tropical service would recuperate more rapidly at Whipple than anywhere else in the United States. It is possible that his information is lacking as to the improved conditions of the water supply. When Whipple was abandoned at the beginning of the Spanish war. It was given out that the abandonment was but temporary. Later, when public spirited citizens ot it Saved My Life. Extreme case of dis ease test the real value of a medicine. Many "tonic" and "stimulant" preparations, which have ' no real medicinal value, seem to brace up the users when they are feeling "played out." Any stimulant will do this whether bought at the liquor store or drug store. The true test of a med icine is when life itself is staked on its remedial power. In hundreds of such cases Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery has been the means of saving life when even the "family doctor" had pronounced sentence of death. " I had been a great sufferer for several years, and my family doctor Mid I would not be a liv ing, man in two years, but. thank Ood.'l am still living. writes Mr. George W. Trustow, of Lips comb. Auffusta Co., Va. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is what saved my life. 1 had heart trouble so bad that I could not lie on my left side without a great deal of pain. 1 was nearly past work when I comraenceo your med icine, but I can do about as much work now as any man I cannot say too much for the benefit 1 have received. Many diseases, named for the organs affected, as "heart disease," "lung dis ease," "liver complaint." etc., are per fectly cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden Med ical Discovery, which cures through the stomach diseases which originate in the stomach. ALWAYS II LLPS. ALMOST ALWAYS HEALS. the territory went before the war de partment with a request that the post be reoccupied, they Were met with objections that the water supply wati insufficient. The Are which later laid the city of Prescott In ashes demon strated that the water service was de f.clent in volume. The specific prom ts' .vas mr.de by the war department, however, thnt if the people of the city would provide adequate water of the best quality, the post would be rebuilt and occupied. Although one of the greatest disasters In the history of western cities had practically erased their town from the map, the people of Prescott not only rebuilt their town on the most modern and substantial lines but at an expense which would have dismayed an ordinary community they put In a water system which Is per fect. It fTovides Inexhaustible water of the put est quality. This great ex pense whs Incurred as their part of an undei-Mimdiug entered Into in the ut most pood faith. Careful inspection by the military authorities has shown the new water system to be perfect In eveiy way, and adequate for every posslbl- need. It Is to be hoped that General Miles will take the trouble to ascertain the facts. There can be no question thnt Sec retary Hoot on behalf of the war de partment is desirous of carrying out in good faith the government's part of the understanding. A knowledge or his high sense of honor precludes any other supposition. For General Miles to assume the responsibility of defeat ing a project to which the good faith of ihe government is pledged a project commended by every consideration of the welfare of the army and o" the southwestern country Is for him to take a position which can not be de fended in any particular. It can not be denied that the pejplo of Arizona have a selfish Interest in the re-establishment of Whipple Bar racks. Prescott. the .Halt lliver valley and the whole territory are inter ested. But enlightened selfishness i the mainspring of all piogtess, and In this instance the people of tho terri tory a-e usking HoinrlUiug which is unquestionably to the Interest of the government and of the army. General Mile.? will live In history as a gallant soldier of the republic. The people of Arizona have more regard for him than he probably Is Inclined to believe, and they would be sorry on many accounts to sei him permit his prejudices to cloud his Judgment And lead him to dn an injustice to the territory and to the army. Henri Dunant, to whona has Just been awarded one of the Nobel prizes. Is the founder of the Red Cross society of Geneva. After the battle of Solferino he created an ambulance corps and a hospital staff In the midst of all the horrors of the field of battle. His Im pressions have been given to the world in "Souvenirs de Solferino,' His task was facilitated by the accounts that came to Europe of the civil war in the United Spates. He met with encourage ment rather from the regal caste than from the ministerial and diplomatic classes, who thought him a bore. But the world valued his work. His bust at the Paris Universal exhibition was crowned with laurels, owing to a gen eral and generous public Impulse. Dun ant spent his fortune on Ked Cross organizations. It is strange that Nobel should enable Dunant to spend his old age In comfort. They both hated war, but Nobel exercised his Inventive gen ius in trying to prevent It by multiply ing the powers o'. destruction on the field of battle, while Punant only thought of softening them. Five years ago M. Henri Dunant fell ill. and, as he had spent all his fortune, had to go, like any poor man, to a hospital. A subscription was set on foot for his relief. The name of -the empress of Russia figured at the head of the list. The extent to which a railroad sys tem of any size absorbs capital is ex hibited in a striking way by a statement recently made by the officials of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway company. Six years ago the reorganization of tiie property was completed, and in the period wnicn elapsed, between Jily 1, 18SB, and Jan uary 30, 1901. there was an expenditure: of new capital on the system amount ing to no leas nan t36.O0O.0O0. Of tills) anion st $15,900,000 was for the construc tion of new or the acquisition of addi tional lines. $3,700,000 was for additional equipment, $1,400.C00 for terminals and ieal estate, laid the large sum of $14, oOCOriO was lor improvements and bet terments. The sources fiom which th funds in question were supplied were: Sale of general mortgage bonds $H. SlS.Of'O. with $013,000 from the disposal of i::iccllane-.us property, but $17, JM'.OOG came out of the net earnings of tne system itself. Thl$ latter fact !s a good indication of the way In which earnings during the recent years of Increasing traffic have contributed to ward the Improvement of the country's railroads. Another grist of regrets from Gen eral Kitchener was over-due. but the English people would have preferred to wait longer for such news as he sent of the disaster of Christmas eve. The loss of three guns and General Dewet's demonstration that the much heralded block-house trocha Is a fail ure, make up a new chapter of sorrow for England. " The "soulless corporations" having headquarters in Wall street distributed more than a million do'lars In girts to their employees. Mr. Jones of Arkan is will doubtless discover that this apparent generosity is part of a deep "cheme against the republic. It Is In the matter of sugar Imports, says l!rad3ti-eets, that our takings ap pear vry small when compared with the country's takings from other Isl ands. This is, of course, partly due to the distance the Islands are from the United States as compared, for In stance, with the Hawaiian islands, which lie much nearer our coast. Of imports of nearly 4,000,000.000 pounds of sugnr In the ten tnontns o." 1901, onty 11,424.000 pounds came from the Philip pines. As all but one-eighth of our sugar imports come from tropical Isl ands, the possibflities of growth In this and In other Imports, such as coffee, raw silk, rubber, fibers, tobacco and fruits, are considerable. It is In di rections like these, in fact, that future development lies, and It Is this possible future, and not the present trade, that accounts for a large part of the interest taken in the commerce" of the Islands. Not far from one-half of our total imports are of tropical or sub tropical origin, and it Is along these lines that future development in our new islands will be closely watched. The Rev. Dr. Dorcmus Scudder. pas tor of the First church, of Woburn. Mass., has been nppotnted by the Hawaiian mission board to woi k among the Japanese o." Hawaii. Witti his wife he will sail from San Frnn cino on, January f, for Japan, and. after spending a year there In ac quainting himself with present conai tlons. will go to Hawaii. An many of the Japanese young men, after a few years abroud, return to their native country. Japanese leaders regard fa vorably a Christian mission which will help to send these young men back with high standards of moral charat ter. General Smith, of the Philippines, has recommended Private Helntz, of the medical department of the army, for a medal tf honor as a reward for heroism at the battle of Ganda river. Island of Sanmr. Helntz fougnt as lon as he was able, while shot through both arms and with a bad bolo slash la the back. After recovering from a fainting spell, with both arms in slings, he directed the work of carrying the wounded till they arrived at Cal baog. The Vocal Physiologist says that "more money is thrown away on the education of the human voice than on the support of government. Of every 10.000 voices one may be listened to without pain; of every 100.000 voices one may be listened to with patience; of every l.OvO.COO voices one may be listened to with satisfaction: of every 10,000.000 voices one may be listened to with sensations of Joy." Eastern capitalists uo not seem to consider that "national Irrigation" Is likely to amount to much In the near future. Haiti more capitalists have just completed arrangements for the" In vestment of five millions of dollars In an irrigated system for San Bernardino county, California. Just as the British were romrratulat inir themselves thnt the end of the 'Boer war was in sight, that wonderful leader. Dewet. proves that nobody can tell when or how the war will end. Mr. Bryan has no reason to regret forsaking the rocky presidential road for the newspaper calling. It Is stated that the Commoner so far has yielded a profit of $40,000. Swps tne utiugh and works off the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a cold In one day. No Cure. No Pay, Price 25 cents. BOSTON AND THE NAVY. Some of the good people of Boston have met and resolved, in the name of '"the citizens of Boston and vicinity, without reference to party," that the projected naval programme is a need less extravagance. How short some memories are! Not quite four years ago Boston was having a regular con niptlon fit for fear that a Spanish cruiser or fleet would suddenly appear and drop rhells In and about the Com mon. To calm the fears of these same pep pie cruisers had to be assigned to patrol the New Kngland coast, though ships of war were at a premium. If any one has a right to object to a meas ure that is purely insurance against war and the losses of war it is not Bos ton, or any coast city. St. Paul Pio neer Press. A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE. (From the Gazette. Toowoomba, Aus tralia.) I find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is an excellent medicine. I have been suffering from a severe cough for the last two months, and It has effected a cure. I have great pleasure In recom mending It. W. C. Wockner. This Is the opinion of one of our oldest and most respected residents, and has been voluntarily given in good faith that others may try the remedy and be ben efited, .as was Mr. Wockner. This rem edy is sold by Elvey & Hulett. Curse cards are In vogue In Switz erland and Germany to prevent pro fanity. People go about with cards in their-, pockets and whenever they hear bad language present one to the swearer to sign. The card has printed cn It a pledge to abstain from swear ing for a specified time, or to pay a small tine for each oath to some char ity. Nearly 40.000 of these cards have been distributed in Switzerland alone. All druggists guarantee every bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and will refund the money to anyone who is not satisfied after using two-thirds of the contents. This in the best rem edy In the world for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough and Is pleasant and safe to take. It pre vents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia. Sold by Elvey & Hulett. itTIOke Cuesta Bey o Co. Clear Bast on the Market Mason & Baton, For overTWenty-fiveYe&rs Americans Standard High-grMle ter:certie'&r- HA AS 1 BARUCr. i tt TO. D i s tri bo forL LOS ANGELES, . CAL. Gen ral Park Floral English Holly Wreath,, Cut Violets and Cal. Holly in bunches Santa Fe Mineral Springs HEALTH AND REST RESORT Hot Sulphur Baths, - for $i.OO. Noted Mineral Water. For the trentment of Rheumatism. Xervous Debility, Spleen, L.iver anl Kidney Truublr. Kxcellent table; 4 trains auh way daily; only 12 mi.oa from I-ob Angeles. D. II. SlilMONS, Manager. Santa Fe Springs, Cal. I-o.s Angeles office, 2U1 Currier MuiMing. Kates $l.f0 to S2..10 per day. The sea-goinc officers of the navy are congratulating themselves uion the recommendations of the naval board of construction that torpedo tubes be omitted from the new ves sels recommended for early construc tion, and the further recommendation that in the future torpedoes be omit ted altogether from armored ships. It has been held for tievel-al years by those conversant with the subject that the retention of these adjuncts to the fighting ship is worse than useless, im posing extra care and requiring val uable b-pace which can tie used to much better advantage. Army & Navy Journal. If you would nave an appetite tike a bear and a relish for your meals take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets. They correct disorders of the Btomach and regulate the liver and bowels. Price 25 cents. Samples free at Elvey & Hulett's drug store. The fellow who doesn't hit the mark every time' Isn't a failure by a long shot. DORRIS THEATER MARTIN & STECHAN Managers One Night Only. "THE EVENT OF THE SEASON" Monday, Dec. 30 The Young Romantic Actor. . S. MILLER KENT Presenting Nat C. Goodwin's Great Success, ZTya Cowboy and the Lady By- Clyde Fitch WITH THE ORIGINAL NEW YORK KNICKERBOCKER THEATER PRODUCTION. Prices First three rows, $1.00; bal ance. tl.50. Balcony, first three rows, $1.50; balance balcony, 75c. Gallery. 50e. Box seats. 11.50 and 1.T5. Scats on sale at Brisley's drug store tomorrow at 10 a. m. HAPPY NEW YEAR Two Holiday Performances Matinee and Kveningr New Year's Day. NEW YEARS DAY Too R.icK to Marry THE HIP lllTllItAH . HILARIOUS SUCORSS LIVELY ACTION FITNNY SITUATIONS SPBOIAI.TircS THAT BKIN'Q AT- PLAUSK... rsy a company of roco(cni.ed artists. Kcser'.. 1 Feats on sale ot The Ilris- lcr DruK Store Saturday. Dec. 28, at 10 a. m. PrtlCKS lEc, 50c, Tr.c, 1.00. Havana Cigars Agts. g34 w- Co. I 38 South Spring Street LOS ANGELES, CALIF. Rosas, Redondo Carnations Mondy lot- in I rr I" a ChrlwtmiM rder Buy the Boy a Suit Case POIl CHRISTMAS Genuine Cowhide, 2 2 -in., $3.00; 2 -io., S5.50. Two oolora, rnaet anil choro-ate; ateel frame tirnaa trimmed, atouey refunded if uot tatii..vtory. D. D. WHITNEY & SONS, 3-1 J- South Bprtni; Htreel. Lou Anzelea. Hand for Trunk and Hag catalogue. Photo Supplies, Albums and Calendars Something new Just the thing for a Christmas gift DEVKLOPINQ. PRINTIN'0 AXD ENLARGING. Special attention given to Mail Orders. Howland c5c Co. 3E13 South Broadway, Loi Angel?!. LAGIER & CO. Svccessors to Gillette 4 Cm. M-snufactnrerc aod Wboleinie lealer in CANVAS TELESCOPES SLIT CASES, ETC. 645 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. visit DR. JORDAN'S crct (HUSEUM OF ANATOMY . V C mETir.,tllFRlK.SC,,ClL. f The Lftrcett AnatoanfCll Mnvnin fn trie M Wor.d. U.ikitt-.-e or Any ci .ti tract ft W dia.r p.aiHls;-ly wmrm try the oUloi i bpeciaviiu ua Loan. fc.t. 36 vcar, w DR. JORDAN DISEASES OF MEN HVlallLI IhOMwU arHirrl A from tyvtcin with 'Hit ile u c of Ucrrary. W mtenl y an l:xiert. II Mat I- t mrm lor nptnra. a ntiick nl I cure for IMlc-aV. Fluure an l 1 FMalop, ijr In. JotaUa i pccaU paia Irst metlMMlv Camnl ttkn Irr and Xri'-tK TM-int. TrMrnmtnr. sorwili-r or by lete. A arfftr Vnrt tu evrry ra-c ' MaMtatlAGK. MAILfeu 1'KkC. A VftluaUc book W OR. JORDAN ft CO.. 1051 Market St.. S F. When You Want an Incubator net the I.-a Aogelei. It will suit rnu. See one at llill'e Peed Houte Phot'iiix Rend for new raia'ngii. Hanry Rlbera 10S ANHUS, CAl. Western Electric & Machine Company Conpalting and CoutrAct- ,n Engineers. (TSzLjr Oen. rl Supplies and LTYICA Motor Mcp.ir-. Katimab-a lnrnlnbel oo Lighting and Power Plant'. 834 S. Villi at., Los A na-elea. Fifislil & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS ANO SUPERINTENDENTS Eatlmates rnrnlahed Rooma 1 1-13-13 O'.Neiil Building P. . box LH, Phoenix, Arizona. Joe Fiflald , ao. K. Qailmyher Southern Pacific Co. (PACIFIC SYRTKM.) f .'nmmctH'ins January 30, 1101. trains will leave Alarieopa as follows: A Al. DAILY NEW ORL.KANS xt.r-MS for Tucson, Benson. Deminc Kl Pafo. Sun Antonio, Houston, New OileHna. Connwtint t Kw Or leans for Olneinnuti mid Chicago: also for Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York ant Boston. liCn r- M- 1ATL.Y MIXED TRAIN 1 - w for illa Bernl and way station. CO P. M. OAIL.Y MIXK1) TRAIN for Tuc;-c;i and wav Htatlons. 9lO P. M. iAll-Y PACIFIC EX- 1 ' ires for lvos Angeles. Frenno. Sarrnmento und San Francisco. Con nect in at Sacramento and San Fran cisco for points In Oreson. Nevada and Utah. T. If. OOOUMAN. Gen. Pass. Agt. rn it f'4 il Hter DO YOU WANT MONEY ' to Bmld or Buy a Hox.c, or Pay Off a Loan? ' Investigate the New Loan Plan of the Phoenix Build ing and Loan Association. Money on Hand. Lowest Interest Repaid in Small Installments. R. H. BREENE No. U North Firs At. I awoke in the night about two o'clock and found that something I had eaten was fermenting on the stomach. I took two Ripans Tabules and had no fur ther trouble. At druggists. The Five-Cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion. The family bottle. 60 cents, contains a supply for a year. CASTLE CREEK Hot Springs. YAVAPAI COUNTT. ARIZ. "Season of 1901-19! now open: New buildingj Just completed: More rooms with baths: all rooms heated by hot water system when re quired; electric lighting of buildings and grounds. High standard of excellence In all features strictly main tained. Descriptive pamph let on application to L.. H. Landis. Pass. Agt. S. F. P. " & P. R'y Co., Phoenix Ari zona, or to C. Ma COLHOUN, Mgr. HOT SPRINGS. ARIZ. PHOENIX BAKERY CONFECTIONERY Is Your Bread as a feather, flak, sweet, pal atable? Is It wholesome, nourishing, strengthening? It will be all of these and more, too. If you get it from the Phoenix Bakery and Confec tionery. Ed. Eisele Proprietor Established 1881 'Phone 891 Griswold Sells the Racycle the best and easiest runntn? Wheel on earth. Sells good tires for $2.00; best. $4.00. Most complete repair shop in the city. Shears and Lawn Mowers sharp ened. Keys made and Bicycles re paired. All work guaranteed. CAMP TEWKSBURY FOR HEALTH. Excellent Board. Individual Cottages Pure Air. Dry Soil. A place In which to regain health and strength. A. F. Tewksbury, P. O. Box 265. . ' Tender, Juicy Steak W-.1I MSUHlO you can always t here. Its just what you need to satiufy your appe tite and build up your strength In this tool weather. We take special care In the selection of all our meats, artd you'll find our Ktak the ber.t you ever cte. P. T. Hurley. 15 West Washington St. 'Phone 121 PHOENIX FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS Machinery, Supplies, Castings, Repairs, Etc., Etc t 23 to 33 North Second Street John Kolbenr, Wm. K. Msall, Pre, and Manager. Vice-Pres. Frank Alnsworth. 8ec. and Treaa. Arizona; Laundry Corner Adams and 1 hird Streets. PHOENIX, ARIZONA Telephone 391. Thi Bashford - Burmisfer Company WHOlUaLC AND RETAIL VCAi.ua tic Ganaral Merchandise Freaeott, Arixona We carry fall lines of everything. We have a big store. We do a big business, but can do more jj j j Whan in Freaeott It will please oa to bavtt rou call and get acquainted I ...Get Ready for Christmas... Call and see what we have got. BULK MIXCE MEAT. BULK APPLE BUTTER. SWEET CIDER. NEW BUCKWHEAT. WITH A FULL- LINE OF H.-0. BREAKFAST ! GOODS. The Model Grocery Cor. Center and Adama Bla. 1 1 Telephone 151 Tu FOR RENT Furnished rooms 10 to $15 per month. Two-story furnished house. First avenue, $35 per month. Two-story unfurnished house, Wash ington street, $25 per month. FOR KALK' Brick cottage. Third avenue, $750. Two-story brick house, Washington street, $2500. 10A-acre chicken ranch, house,' shade trees, 1 mile north Capito 1 grounds, $1200. 5 acres two miles east city hall, $409. Blacksmith shop. $000. W. J. MURPHY, O'Neill Blk. Have You Examined the-tf&2i- Werio Hawk Eye Camera ? SG5 days ahead of them all. A complete line ot Photo Material. All makes of Film In stock. Out of town orders given prompt attention. Mansfield -Rhodes Wheel Company Telephone Xain. 1771 30-32 W. Washington 8t. KEEP YOUR Or FRIEDMAN, THE PAWNBROKER, -who can help you in time of need, and you can always find him at 41 North Center, where he is open for any fair deal, and has bargains for everyone In unredeemed pledges, such as watches, diamonds, shotguns, rides and revolvers. Arizona Loan OfTieo 41 north Canter 8 treet. Near Hotel Adams. Gordon & Smithline Brick Manufacturers Common Press and Stock Brick South Third 8 treet. Telephone SUB