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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNOAT MORNING, OCTOEER 19, 1902; THE ARIZOM REPJIBLICAS. PUBLISHED BT THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. GEO. W. VICKERS. Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Morning Associated press Dispatches. The onlv Pprfeetine Press In Arizona. The only battery of Linotypes in Arl- cona. Publication office: . 3i-33 East Adams Street. Telephone No. 47. KntArwl at the nostofllce at Phoenix Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. STTRSPRTPTION RATES. ' By mall, dally, one year W Weeklv. one year 2.00 Cash In advance. BY CARRIER. Daily, per montn $ -75 Arizona visitors to the coast will find The Dally Republican on sale at the following places in Los Angeles: Hol lenbeck hotel news stand, and B. F. Gardner, 305 South Spring Street. PHOENIX, ARIZONA, OCT. 19, 1902. Under Which Flatf? The Washington Post is arT inde pendent newspaper, At least, it classes itseir as independent, and it certainly has no republican leanings. l is noted for the truth and candor with which nil subjects are discussed In Its col umns. Here is what the Post says con cerning the political situation in Okla homa and its bearing on the statehood question. "Oklahoma republicans are badly scared. It isn't the fear of losing a delegate In congress, but fear of the blighting effect on statehood whicn would follow the election of a demo cratic delegate. The senate committse on territories is pledged to report the statehood bill early at the coming session of congress. The measure seems assured of prompt consideration, but If Oklahoma gives a democratic majority this fall the belief prevails that the statehood bill wil die a speedy death, and it may be a decade before such another opportunity to enter the sisterhood of states is presented. If the territory goes republican, it is not an ticipated that the opposition of state hood for Oklahoma will be very ef fective In the senate, although it is known that republican senators are not enthusiastic over the proposition. "For this reason some prominent democrats are boldly advocating the election of Territorial Senator McGuire as the delegate, he being the republi can candidate for the office. Ex-Representative Sidney Clark, once of Kan sas, but now a resident of Oklahoma, delivered a speech at Kingfisher the other day in which he urged democrats to vote for McGuire, as statehood was more important fcr Oklahoma now than a democratic delegate in ' congress. There has been such an influx cf popu lation from the states of the southwest in the last year or two as to make Oklahoma probably democratic under normal conditions." What the Post says editorially Is con firmed by the direct news from Okla homa. That territory is and has been all along, democratic under normal conditions. Only the personal popu larity of Dennis Flynn and the success ful fight he made for free homes for his constituents, in which he saved to them more than thirty millions of dol lars,, enabled the republicans to carry the territory for Flynn; and once he was beaten. This year he is not a can didate, and the republicans are under a heavy handicap on that account. To make matters worse for them, the opening of the "Wichita country" since the last congressional election has add ed 20,000 voters to the population. These additions came largely from Arkansas and Texas. Oklahoma today. therefore, is democratic by several thousand majority. The people in that territory may have sense enough to elect the republican candidate, on the statehood issue, but it is not certain that they will. Too many of them as sume that "statehood is all right any how," and they are more servile under the party whip than are the wide-awake democrats of Arizona. In New Mexico the re-election of Delegate B. S. Rodey, republican, might be safely counted on were it not for the deplorable factional quarrels which rend the republican party in that territory. What do intelligent democrats In Arizona think of the situation? Okla homa will probably go democratic: New Mexico may do so. The demo cratic poHticians and office-seekers in this territory are urging that Arizona follow the same course. Is there a sane democrat within Arizona's boundary lines who believes that there will be a ghost of a show for the statehood bill If all three territories elect democratic delegates? Can they believe that the situation would be greatly improved if only one NewMexico returns a re publican? All readers of The Republican will bear witness that all allusion to state hood from a political standpoint was rigidly excluded from these columns during this campaign until the demo crats foolishly rai:ed the issue.- There should be no politics in the statehood question. All of our citizens think alllje on the subject of admission Into the union. All intelligent citizens have recognized, however, that the prospects for the passage of the statehood bill would be greatly strengthened, if we could go to republican senators in De cember and point to the election of a republican delegate from this territory as proof that Arizona is at least fight ing ground for republican principles. Everybody knows that in the east th idea is deeply seated that Arizona Is a moss-back, democratic stronghold. It does not signify much that we who are on the ground know otherwise. . Now that democratic poltlcians are seeking to gain personal advantage by misleading the people on the. question to which they are most receptive, vot ers of all shades of political opinion should awake to the fact that the only real Interest they have In the election of a delegate is in the influence which the election will have on the republican majority In the United States senate. Whether Mr. Morrison or Mr. Wilson has the honor of election is a matter of supreme indifference to - the Arizona voter In comparison with his Interest in statehood. ' If Mr. Wilson's appetite for office is wholly unappeasable, let the democrats nominate him for governor, or con gressman, or United States senator, or district judge, or supreme judge, or for the legislature, or for justice of the peace or any old thing, next year, after we are admitted into the union. His extreme anxiety to get into office now should not be permitted by demo crats to lead them Into voting upc themselves the shackles of territorial bondage for another ten years. Pkftin of an Eatml ' Nhtmtr. If newspaper readers had not learned long ago that the prophecies of demo cratic politicians are about equal in value to the promises of those same politicians, it would be interesting ' to turn to the flies -of The Republican and other Arizona newspapers of two years ago and read of the speeches which were made in that campaign by demo cratic office-seekers In this territory on the Imminent danger with which the republic was threatened by "mlli tarirm." President McKinley had an nounced the year before that he needed an army of one hundred thousand men wherewith to suppress the insurrection in the Philippines. Our democratic friends were sure that this was a mere subterfuge of "that tool of the money power William McKinley." Mr. Bryan assured us, and the small fry in Ari zona echoed the wail, that the need of more troops in the Philippines was to be used as a cloak for the Increase of the standing army ultimately to a half-million of trained regulars; that these regulars would be stationed near all the great cities and places where laboring men were employed in large numbers, and would be used to shoct down or overawe them when ever they went on a strike in short. the "money power" proposed to have an enormous standing army in order io enslave the free worklngmen of Amer ica, and the "McHanna administration" had eagerly lent itself to this scheme for the destruction cf the nation's very pillars. And when congress convened the air thundered with democratic elo quence against the conspiracy to creat? a vast standing army. And when. Mr. Roosevelt came In, the democratic prophets were sure that the man on horseback had arrived; every hamlet in the land would soon echo to the tramp of armed soldk-rs. This prosaic Associated Press dis patch from Washington under date cf October 16, 1902, tells how the admin istration is proceeding to carry out the republican policy of placing the coun try under the heels of a military des potism: "The order reducing the army To the minimum of 59.G0O men is In course of preparation at the war department, and is one of a series of orders that have been issued cutting down the reg ular army as the decrease could bo made as a .result of reduction of the force in the Philippines. The manner in which this order will be carried out is to discontinue enlistments until the number flxtd has been reached." The great army of 100.COO soldiers which was created at the request of President McKinley by a republican congress has accomplished its mission. Peace in the Philippines has been achieved although democratic prophe cies told us the war would last one hundred years and the gallant soldiers who went from American farms, mines, factories and stores to uphold and do fend the flag, are returning to the ways of peace. Just as their fathers who wore the blue and the gray became quiet citizens-as soon as their military duties were done at the xlo?e of the civil war. The nightmare of "militarism" con jured up by desperate politicians of the democratic party has gone the way of all the ghost3 of the democratic past. But, happily for the amusement of the people, our democratic friends are al- Vvvays able to trot out a new set of calamity goblins. The voters of Yavapai county should bear in mind that J. F. Wilson, the Courier and their pop-socialistic fol lowing have by no means abandoned their "principles." They are singing low now, merely because they learned that socialism was not popular In Yav H FINANCIAL 'V V :' l..! "...i.1'11. i"-!. I ; i r ' Oldest OX Largest D&nft in Southern California a ( I NOORPORATED 1871) - ISA IAS V. HELLMAN, Ftsidtnt HERMAN V.HELLMAN, Vice-Pnsident LA A. CRAVES, - - 2nd Vice-Prtsittenf sii? $nvnms iHtehanta Uaitlt Of LOS AN8ELE8, OAL. Car. Main and Cammtrclat Struts Capital, Surplus &. Profits, - $1,GGO,220.00 Deposits, - - - - $7,600,000.00 Cash on hand & with Bankers $5, 0 1 2, 3 O 2. OO U. S. a. other Bonds & Stocks J, 124,400.00 ' SPECIAL SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT and STORAGE VAULTS THE VALLEY BANK OR PHObNIX PAID UP CAPITAL !. $100,000 SL'KPLt'S : 2f.tKMI VM. CHRISTY. President. J. C. KIRKPATHICK, Vice President. W. D. Fl'LWILEU. Cashier. LLOYD B. CHRISTY, Asst. Cashier. Drafts issued on all of the important cities of the United States and Europe. Discount commercial paper and do a genertl banking business. Offic e hours, 9 a. m. to II p. ra. DIRECTORS: M. H. Sherman, Win. Christy, E. J. Bennltt, J. C. Kirkpatrlck. F. V. Hatch, W. D. Fulwilr, Lloyd H. Christy. CORRESPONDENTS: American Exchange National Bank, New York; Ameri can Exchange National Bank, Chicago; First National Hank, Los Angeles; Hunk ot Arizona, 1'iescott, Arizona; the Anglo-California Bank, San Franeiwro Ca!. " " 1 " 1 .:-:"H..x..::..: a THE ORO FAMOUS AY Offer a limited amount of treasuiy stock for sale at $10 per share, for the purpose of equipping the mine with a f00-ton reduction plaut. This stock is offered, not only as a safe investment, but also as a splendid speculation. .. S 800,000 TONS OF ORE BLOCKID OUT. VALUED AT S8.000.000 : Send subscriptions or write fcr full information to. j ORO GRANDE MINES CO. i GEORGE E SANDERS, Special Rspresentative, Paik Row Building, New York City. N. Y. I :wx4xx-:xxx":::: DIHM0NDS Solitaires, Studs, Rings, Stick Pins, Fine Gold Filled Watch with 4 Kodaks DEYE10PING PRINT Special Attention 6cv H0WLAND & CO. Special It tjok Sheriff Stout two weeks to make his report of the funds collect?J from Buffalo Bill's show althoush il was the small sum of $77.25 Instead ot three hundred dollars and more, as it should have been. The sheilfT sc-ms to be equally slow in figuring up an ex planation of the process by which he arrived at $77.3 as the proper amount, and his followers now fear that he will net Fhcw up with his explanation until it is tooate to do any good. The Copper Era, published at Clifton, and for a long time the leading demo cratic paper in Graham county, comes out this week under the republican col ors and a new management. Clilton Is one of the most thriving towns in thr territory, and as a progressive repub lican paper, the Kra will now more eas ily than ever distance all ccmpnkjrs I:s the upper Gila valley. We understand that the d?mocratk mar.ageis In Maricopa county Ftill hope to save a few candidates o.-; their ticket from the wreck, but it Is by no means certain that they will suc ceed. The rapid growth of republican ism in thi3 county during the pa?t few years has bten remarkable. As we understand Candidate Wilson from his interview In his evening organ Friday, he is anxious to advertise the fact that he stands with Senator Quay In having little confidence that democratic senators really desire to give statehood to Arizona. Candidate Wilson is verbose in tell ing how he "chawed up" Mr. Morrison at Holbrook. Well, perhaps that's ail right. Since nobody else will admit that the great colonel did any chewing, he might as well discard modesty and do the admitting himself. But what we are anxious to know s whether Candidate Wilson still has the nerve to advocate repudiation. Very suddenly he has taken a tumble, evi dently, for lately he has been piping very low on the repudiation "keynote." nP AH- BOTTLED Order from Melczer Bros. Co.. Wholesale Dealers. AND CALIFORNIA ;i."i!ij:ii'lj,iinijtiiiW'iin)j,.uqj CHARLES SEYLER, Cashitr GUS TA V HEMA AW. Ass t. Cashitr MARCO H. HELLMAN, 2nd Ass't. Ctsfiltr GRANDE MINES COMPANY OWNERS OF THE OHO GRANDE MINE" VVICKBNBURG in new and stylish settings. $12.00 Elgin or Waltham movement. O. L. WUERKER 1t Stoats Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal ... and Photo Supplies DEYEIOPING PRINTING ENLARGING VIEWS Attealioa bevea to Mil OrW 213 MM.IH BROADWAY LOS ANGELES, CAL. If you Have Furn ished or Unfurn ished Houses or R.O om s for Rent List THem WitH R. H. BREENE 42 N. Center St. If you will drop me a postal card, mj representative will call for particulars We are sure thai Candidate Wilson does an Injustice to the democratic members of the United States senate. We are confident that these senators are in good faith supporting Arizonri in her efforts to obtain statehood. Doth Morrison and Wilson live in Vtvi-pai county, and the vutt-rs are well acquainted with both. Morrison in his homo county will lead Wilson -by at least two votes to one. BE GOOD IT PAYS. A Chicago mnn nns observed that "Good dee-Is are better than real estate deed3 some of the latter are worth less. Act kindly and gently, show sytn pathy and lend a helping hand. You cannot possibly lose by it." Most men appreciate a kind word and encourage ment more than substantial help. There are persons in this community who might truth.'ully say: "My good friend, cheer up. A few doses of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy will rid you of your cold, and there Is no danger what ever from pneumonia when you u.se that .medicine. It always cures. I know I for it has helped me out many a time." Sold by Elvey & Hulett, druggists. AS IT IS IN LONDON. A single gas company in London owns over 130.000 coin-freed meters, through which the public purchase gas by th pennyworth. Consumers are numbered by the millions, and they are increasing daily. The innovation is immensely popular. The consumers pay as they go. There is no worry over the -approaching- visit cf the collector at the end of the quarter, no terrible ultima tum, "If you don't pay up your gas will be cut off!" Kvery person buying gas by the pennyworth is visited ence every Ave weeks by the collector, who unlock the meter and carries away Its bronze contents In a bag. There are ICO collectors in all. and the mass of coin they handle in tha course of a year is ennrmeu?. Imagine $1,800,000 In pen nies, the annual takings. Over TiiO tons of bronze! New York Press. ADVERTISING the national Bank cf Arizona PHOENIX. CAPITAL (paid up) . . SURPLUS AND PROWS $100,000 50,000 EMU.. GANZ President SOU LEWIS Vice President S. ORE P.FEL.D K R Cash ler J. J. SWEENEY Assistant Cashier Transacts a General Banking Business HOME SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST CO. PHOENIX, ARIZ. Charles F. Alnsworth President Hugh H. Price Vice President Frank Alnsworth.. Cash, and Treaa. R. H. Greene Secretary Authorized Capital $100,000. Hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Interest on deposits. No commlaatom on loans. Directors Charles F. Alnrwort. Huh H. Price, W. C. Foster. FrasUr Atniworth. R. H. Greene. Money to Loan at Low Rates For cnlMinff or on in-.p'ovod tily proierty I or in good outside towns. jim WHAT roo WAST New plan of payment. Interest drrrcaw I if 'ii pay. Our lmu re marie ami re pil ! off min: tin with a tmnk, only you pay mnnlli I ly. You no not mature t k to pay off a lt-an itr iu other liiiililinir and loan aHO'iutins. I A borrower rau pay off a loan any tiuio with i out nntici". penalty or forfeiture. If you want u laxin van on or w rite our agent., K. K. PASCOE, Phot-nix. J. K FINK ST WAl.KKK, i'r-oor.ix, or MA I'.Tl N1ALE IIOKN'K A CO.. PreTott. or A. OKFI1.A or WILLIS 1'. 1IAYXE9. Tucson. Slata Mutual Buildirg &, Lean Asscclalisn C. J. WAi'E, S.T., HI a. Uroadway, lOI Angeles, Cal. FOR SALE Have for sale a small amount of For ;st reserve scrip. Available for entry in non-timbered and non-mineral land in Arizona. Must be located In a few days. Can be had cheap If taken at once.. PHCENIX TRUST COMPANY O'Neill B'.ock, rhoenix. Arizona. Wettern Electric & Machine Compare; Consulting and Contract lu8 rnglnsers. Genttal . Suppli anr Motor BePH"- KH'mAtei Iarnlihel ei Lighting and - Pow 1 . PiaatR. 884 S. ZSain St., Leu Anireles Rupture Can Be Be Cured mL.prof. fahorey By vvar-y- g42 Main SUet iXjrWv- I-os Angeles. Is the world becoming worse? A Kansas City man deserted his sick wife lart week and left her to starve. And 'n St. Joseph yesterday a young man was convicted of choking his mother to death. o Fame is not a bubble. The laurel wreath is loss strenuous than a barrel hoop. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS Has bean before the public for 53 years and has rr.ir.t with remarkable success s a family medicine becaune it is re liable, and will cure when other reme dies fail. It Is therefore recommended to those who suffer from Loss of Ap-pr-r-tite Insoinnla- Indigestion. Dyspep sia or Malaria, Fever and Ague. One bottle will convince yc-j that it is the best medicine in the world for the stomach. Be sure to try It. '. SCRIP DR. GRISWOLD has received another consignment of Vim Cactus tires. These tires are fully guaranteed for one year, but they don't need It, for they will outlast double that time. If for any cause your wheel is not teeling well take it to Dr. Crls wold. for he is a successful physician in all bicycle ailments. THE MODEL GROCERY Always ready to serve ttu people with the best the mar ket affords. Everything new and clean. When In trouble give na trial. Prompt delivery. New line of Cereals of all kinds just re ceived fresh from the m'd's. Opposite from Hotel Adams Garden City Restaurant ,ig a good meaL Private rooms fo 22"24 Eat woawmton et v'CHINQ FUN, Proprietor .'if j 1 ui' f jg'.wq PHOENIX BAKERY BREAD A loaf of our Bread will please you and do you good. It's a body builder. It satisfies that hungry feeling' which affects the vigorous; It tones the appetite and builds muscular tissues; It is Bweet and wholesome, the best 5 cents worth you ever bought. Phoenix Bakery and Confectioner) rva rn ar r rm r n LVTYAKU LloLLLf M Op. 7 west Washington street Q Established 123! Thane E2I I Southern Pacific Co, PACIFIC HI 6TBM Comroeneinir January 0, 1901. train will leave Maricopa s followa: 31CO A. M. DAILY NKW ORLEANS mJ express for Tucuon. Benao:i Dernlnp, El Paso. Sun .ntnnlo. Houston New Orleans. Connetin at New Or leans for Cincinnati and Chicago; a!n for Washington, iialtiuiorn. VMiddetpfcia New York and Bobtott. 1:50 P. M. DAILT MIXED TRAT for liila ftend and way stations 4:52 T0 M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN for Tucuon e?d way stations. 9:13 P. JJ. DAILY PACIFIC Ex press for Lea Aneeles. Fresno. Sacramento and Fraaciaco. Uu- rectitiK at Sacramento ard Han Fra. Cisco lor polata In Oresron. Nevada at,'" UtaJU. T. U. GOODMAN, Fifisia & lianagner 6EKERAI CQHTBACTC3S AND SUFEP.iinBDEKTS . Estimate ?urnlt!d !'.vi.r II-UM3 O'Neill Bnilrtinjr P. . ,-7J, Phoenix, AiUoiia Joe Fi2old Oen. H. OalltLgher P visit DR. JORDAN'S great HUSEUB OF AHATQHYt 10:1 aitKr.T xt., xii rnr:io, rn. f V. di ft.. JORDAN DISEASES Or MEN Q RYPllll.lH thornuehljr eradicated J frtni yftm without the u-e of Uarewry. Jt the u--e 01 Jarcry. , by an Kipert. R a i g opt car, a qmck arM . Jot-cua's special pant m ea 1 care for Mvpli mdirl cure for PU less methods. Convalration dee and stri--ttTTrirtte- Trtrtrment rer- Scott's SantaS-Fcpsin Capsules A POSITIVE CURE for Infl.immatioTi or Ca la'rh of the rtladder and Diseased Kidneys. No cure, no pay. Cures quick ly anJ permanently all Unnatural Ivjeases of the IT K I N A K V CROANS. rositivelv No luiiiriou tffec-t to tVc Sfoniarh s j in other inteiiml tfin;- diei. H'M I'V lrvs-,;ists j I liccf 1 O.'.nr !v mail, r-'t. I paid, l V i S-J.7.( i 1HE SANTA PEPSIN CO.. B.':-fi .:; GOODMANS PHARMACY A Gil NTS Cur Spcclnlty, FRIJir, POULTRY Mull Order. 1'. O. Box 603 MITAN1 VEGETABLE CO, GROWERS KD SHIPPERS Cor. 4th and . E. Washington Sts. LADIES CAM W ti A. MHOLM one size smaller after using Allen's Fi' Kase, a powder to be shaken into tin' bhoes. It makes tiht or new shoos feel easy; gives irstant relief to corns and bunions. It's the greatest comfort dis covery of the age. Cures and prevents swolien ffet, blisters, callous and sore spots. Allen's Foot-Ease is a certain cure tor sweating, hot, achincr feet. At all druggists and shoe ptores. ?5o. Don't ac cept any substitute. Trial package FKKE by mail. Address, Allen 8. Olm sted. I,e ttoy. N. Y. To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative TSromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if it fails to cure. K. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. Ccmplaint is made that the horse owners are not showing the proper amount of interest In the school estab lishment to familiarize horses with au tomobiles. It weald be a more simple problem to send the automobile driv ers to a night school to take lessons In intelligence and good manners. lift um The I-arrrt Anatomical Miwim in the m or id. eakiies'a or i tvmractCfl V sea-e mmUj vrly rarrd t,r tl-e oidett A t on the Coast. XiaC 56 yeai&, & 11 ii 1 r tonally or by lev.er. a twt in eerr C4s- T A cndeitnVen. Write for IV-ok l'BIL.'iOI'U f JL LltnAl tCr:, mailed FRfe. (A valuable book W m forrnro, ) Call or writ P OX J0RC .1 & CO.. 1051 Ksrltet St.. S. F. 9 j $r,a PRESCOTT BUSINESS FIRMS. f-f otel, Burke ' AMERICAN PLAN. PRESCOTT, ------ ARIZONA 105 rooms.' All modern conveniences. A strictly first-class and modern hotel. Sample rooms for comerclal men. THE PALACE PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. Strictly on the European plan. Rooms by the day, week or month. Finest bar and club rooms in the southwest. BROW, SMITH & BELCHER, Proprietors. THE PALACE Barber Shop and 13a tli HoottiH Should receive your patronage when In Prescott. Everything? strictly modern and fl ret-class. Palace Building, Mon tezuma street. I N BVUV. Prop.. Better kaewa aa "Casey." RAINIER BEER The Best Beer that is used in the Territory. Send orders to H. D. STUTHMAN, Distributing: Agent for Arizona. PRESCOTT. ARIZ. 1 Ta make a specialty of assisting l:i tht irifOiporatlne, financing and develop: 1:3 rtf mines, either for cor-.-pornticr.a or individuals. Eefcre niaXirg other arrange meiits see us. 11.2 Prescstt Realty Co, (inc.) FISCAL A O RNTH Real Estate.Mines, Investments. No. 127 Cortex St., South. Prescott, Ariz. P. O. Box 272. Tel. 837. The Anheuser Saloon and Restaurant CONCERT HALL. Bob Prior. Chas. Bedford. Len Hale. Handle Only JAVEMES t. PEPPER '92. HLMfR RYE AVD MOUNT VERNON RYE WhifKies. Club rooms and restaurant. Best musical talent employed. Games never close. Its Up to You H. P. (&. G O.. Proprietors. The Bashford - Burmister Company WHOLWALl A.HO lrtill DIALSM IS General Mcrchondisc Preaoott, Arlaonav V,e carry .full lines of everything. We have a big storer We do a big businesri, but can do more j j j j j j j j Wheu In Prescott It will please us to haye yon caU and get acquainted Hiintintr Qoflonn P-oenix.irizsR8.i&saa lauiiuiic uuuuuii is on miiJ- you need a gun. You may overlook something good if you dou't inspect, be fore buying, the stock of Harry Friedman The Pawnbroker who carries the best ma'k es of guns to sell or rent 41 North Center Street Arizona Loan Office,. All kinds or printing, rating, book and magazine binding and book repair ing done satisfactorily and aulckly at The Republican office.