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THE ARIZOHA BPtTBIilOANs MONDAY MOETHNG, NOVEMBER 17, 1903 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PUBLISHED BY THBJ ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. GEO. W. VICKERS. Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. The only Perfecting Press in Arizona. The only battery of Linotypes In Arl tona. Publication, office: 3C-3S East Adams Street. Telephone No. 47. Entered at the postofnce at Phoenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. By mall, daily, one year YWfkly, one year Cash In advance. ..9.00 .. 2.00 BY CARRIER. Dally, per tnontn T5 Arizona visitors to the coast will find The Daily Republican on sale at the following places In Los Angeles: moi lenbeck hotel news stand, and B. F. Gardner. 305 South Spring Street. PHOENIX.ARIZONA. NOV. 17, 190i Welcome, Senators. The senators 6f the United States who are now in Arizona, investigates her claims to a place in the union of states, will meet everywhere a cordial and unaualifled welcome. The only re gret is that they are traveling under euch a limited schedule that they can not acquire that full information which oh of them undoubtedly desires. It Is peculiarly unfortunate that the ur gency of their time-table requires them to hurry through a region to which they might well give weeks of careful Btudy. And under the circumstances we think Senator Beveridge is makln? a. mistake In devoting valuable time to looking up details which the delegate from the territory, the governor of the territory and other officers could fur nish In official documents. Witnesses picked up by chance are not nearly 30 likely to tell something of value as is a personal Inspection of the country and its industries. However, Senator Beveridge spent but a short time in the Philippines, and he acquired an aston ishing amount of valuable information, the correctness of which has never been successfully disputed. But no witness can be half so elo ouent as the scores of great mines which are steadily, year in and year out, pouring their treasures Into th channels of the world's commerce mines, the ore bodies of which as al ready developed assure operation for a generation to come. Copper and gold to the value of more than thirty mil lions of dollars are produced by Arizona each year, and the development of the mining industry is in Its Infancy. Were the senators to devote a month to travel through the territory, the landscape which frequently is so forbidding to "the chapce traveler would take on a different aspect. To residents of Ari zona the changing tints of the hills never lose their beauty, for In those hills is wealth Immeasurable. And certainly, travel through our Ir rigated, valleys an examination of the hundreds of miles of canals a look at the alfalfa fields and the orchards, would give a more impressive idea of the future of agriculture in .Arizona than would the dry testimony of a host of witnesses. This is why our people have been hoping for years that a committee of senators and congressmen would visit Arizona. It would take a week, at least, for the senators to gain a comprehensive knowledge of the wonderful Salt River valley. To be sure, they may become convinced after a few hours' investi gation that Phoenix Is In the garden spot of the world; that the capital of Arizona is in the midst of a cultivated region which already is the largest ir rigated area In one body on earth; that when the flood waters of the Salt river are stored there will be homes In Phoenix and the surrounding valley for half a million souls; but the senators must see things for themselves in order to comprehend what the future has in store for this territory, and how the; things which the future holds will be brought much nearer by statehood. However, In the brief time which they give us, they will learn a great deal. For one thing, they will learn that the Arizona to which they havs come is not the land which they had pictured from reading the "Arizona Kicker" and of "Alkali Ike." They will learn that the people here are fair ly well cjvilized. Tliey will learn that the percentage of Illiteracy in Arizona is lower than In any state of the union. Tluy will learn that the residents of Prescott. Phoenix, Tucson, Bisbee (and any other. town that they may visit) are fairly comfortable in evening dres3. They will liarn that In Arizona in eater proportion of the people read daily "papers, the magazines and re UNlQNH&VOLAeCL views than can be found in any state of the union. They will learn that the courts are above suspicion, and that the laws are. enforced with even-handed Justice to all classes. They 'will learn that the course of study in the public schools has been commended by the leading educators of the United States. They will leain that numerous pu pils coming from the public schools of eastern cities ars unable to pass the examinations heie for the grades in which they passed at home. . They will Una Arizona a land or churches. They will find that there Is not a town in Arizona in which a man or woman alone, unarmed and unattend ed, may not freely and safely travel from end to end at any hour of the day or night. They will find law and order so firmly fixed that there has not been a lynch ing in the territory in nearly twenty years. They will find that Arizona is the only commonwealth in the union In which wife-beaters are sent to the peniten tiary. They will find that in Arizona a man no matter how prominent he may be is sent to the penitentiary if he de serts his family and proves unfaithful to his wife. They will find that the people of Arl- zona are of the best American type ambitious, brave, patriotic and self- reliant, and firmly insistent upon their right to govern themselves. They will find that the people do not listen patiently to the suggestion that they have not yet reached the stature of some of the Btates, and that they must be held in the bondage of terri torial vassalage so that they cannot reach the required stature. Impossible to Do Justice. It Is Impossible, of course, for the vis Iting senators to do justice to them selves and to the territory during the short time, which they will be able to devote to their . investigations in Ari zona. And a superficial examination is likely to leave impressions which are not well founded. The area of Arizona Is so vast and Its topography so diversi fied that a view from the car windows can give no more than a hint of what is here. The Denver Republican, commenting upon the senatorial tour, makes the ex cellent suggestion that the sight of great stretches ' of desert should not mislead the senators Into ignoring the mineral wealth which lies everywhere in this same desert. "This visit," says the Republican, "gives the inhabitants of the territories In question an opportunity to present their claims upon congress, and wc hope it will be done with such convinc ing clearness and force that Senator Beveridge and his associates upon th committee will return to their homes determined to make a formal report upon the admission bill now pending in the senate. This bill has passed the house, and if it passes the senate thU winter Oklahoma, New Mexico and Ari zona will soon become members of the union. "The facts leave no room to question that the three territories named ought to be admitted; but there is danger that the visiting senators will be more impressed by the outward appearance of the country they traverse than by the facts that are revealed only upon a critical examination. The barren land scape, plains stretching for miles with little sign of vegetation, and bleak mountains giving no outward Indica tion of hidden stores of mineral wealth may not present an inviting prospect to strangers. But the men who live in the southwest are intelligent as well as brave and venturesome, and the fact that they are convinced of the great future in store for the part of the arid region in question should stimulate all visitors to diligent inquiry. "Denver rivals Indianapolis in size, and beauty, and wealth, and the growth of Colorado during the last 26 years has been Wonderful. The Denver and the Colorado of today are in a larg' measure the fruit of statehood. New Mexico and Arizona need but the quick ening touch of self government to make them great and prosperous common wealths and worthy members of the American union." Trials of Education in the East. The extent to which school officers may control the action of teachers out side the school room, and the limits which should be set to the authority of teachers over pupils, are questions which continue to disturb the older sec tions of the country. In Tennessee school trustees prohibted a young woman teacher from having a ' beau more than two nights a week. The courts have decided that this is a mat ter which does not concern the trustees, but as ihe latter have discharged the teacher, the question is still, in a man ner, an open one. In a New Jersey community a school principal instruct ed the teachers and older girl pupils not to wear shirt waists or short sleeves. They submitted, but they are now In revolt, because he has seized every pocket mirror and ordered that no others should be brought into tfi-i building, as the teachers Bpend too much time in beautifying themselves The courts may be asked to pass on this. " In Chicago a school principal has had a bath room fitted up in the basement of the school and employed a woman to scrub every child who is not regularly bathed at home. This last case is sure to go to court, unless the principal shall recede from his position in one case. The mother of three'pupils admits that. Bhe doeB not ''bathe,' them, for fear of colds, and for the same reason objects to a school bath, wliere cold water is used. The children have been sent home with the ultimatum that they must be scrubbed there or at school, or else in definitely suspended. The mother an nounces her purpose to obtain a decis ion as to the law in the case. She af firms her right to protect her children from what she considers the dangers of the cold bath without forfeiting their right to attend the public school. The fact that the principal regards th. cold bath as healthful and appeals to the popularity ' of tubbing among the English she does not admit to be con clusive. There is no doubt that the cold bath has been the Englishman's fetich. The folding tub Is a part of the outfit of the traveling Englishman, and malicious persons have asserted that is was tli? failure to get ueneral Buller's tub to the front in time which prevented his advance and caused him to give up th idea of his ChristmaB dinner in Pre toria. There have been Englishmen who credited to the practice of tubbing all of the greatness of their country. The Chicago mother, however, may find support for her resistance in the state ment of a prominent London physician that "a great majority of our people who have died before reaching an old age have died the victims of the cold bath." He explains that the effect of the cold bath is to drive the blood in upon the vital organs at the time of all others when this la most dangerous. He admits that many persons have con stitutions strong enough to bear tlif-i for a while, but that It is only a ques tion of time when it must produce an organic lesion. It Is an interesting fact that there is hardly a rule of personal hygiene which some person of hign standing does not denounce as destruc tive. Preachers as Dramatic Critics. At a recent meeting of the Actors' church alliance of New York City it was proposed that that organization Join with the church club In discourag ing Indecent or morbid plays. The plan suggested was to appoint a committee of clergymen to attend the opening per formances and report on the morl worth, or worthlessness, of the plays. This report is to be made public and Is to serve as a guide to that part of th theater-going public which desires to see the .stage made more of an active force for good in the life of the com munity. This opens the large question of the ability of clergymen to do the work which would thus fall to their lot. The New York Evening Post asks if clergymen are, as a rule, the "best Judges of the moral quality and effect or a play? Is it not. as a matter of fact, almost proverbial that they are easily beguiled by a little mock relig ious sentiment, and that they have fre quently extended valuable countenance and support to very flagrant theatrical impostures? Plays like 'The Sign of the Cross and 'The Christian- not to . I ..i.uu inui ui ulnars, in wnicn me I attempt has been made to give a re ligious flavor to cheap and meretricious melo-drama. has nevpr PTimrUnxiui . - -. . ... difficulty in securing clerical commend auon, sometimes in very unexpected quarters. There are, we believe, a con siderable number of clergymen of l!f ferent denominations who even today are In favor of public representations of the passion play, and are convinced that the result would be widespread re generation, on the whole, if these clergymen wish to engage In the work of theatrical reform and nowhere is reform more urgently needed they will be wise to avoid the danger and the odium of denouncing or recommending any particular performance. Let them devote themselves rather to the work of renewing in the public mind a prop er respect for what is clean and decent in the abstract. When congratulatory messages were exchanged the other day between Drit- Ish officials over the completion of the new liruisn facitlc cable, no one seems to nave thought of sending a cable message clear around the world, which was now possible for the first time in the history of mankind. "The idea did occur to Charles J. Glidden of Boston on November 1; the novelty of Itj struck hia fancy. So he wrote a mes sage, "Around the world," directed to himself In Boston, and ordered it sent by -way of Vancouver and Australia. Not being a "rush" message, no hasj was made anywhere, and when it reached him in Boston thirty-eight nours ana twenty minutes had elapsed. Anyone, it appears, can do the same thing, if he or she is willing to spend about S12 to nnv the ciihlo nuit tl. graphic to.!, The message did rt turn up in Boston, by the way, with entire accuracy. It came in somewhat weather-beaten, as it were, reading "nieftrlnn" initonrf r.t rutAA ...i... "Around" transformed into "Armund." The two words, "the world," went through safe and sound. Not long before his death the late John J. Ingalls of Kansas wrote to his wife: "Our ground in the cemetery- should have- a monument.' I hate thes obelisks, urns and stone' cottages, and! should prefer a great natural rock Otip of tho red hnnMorg -w ti, rocks of th prarie porphyry from the north, brought down In glacial times with a small surface, smoothed clown." Just large enough to make a tablet in wnicn snouici oe inserted the bronze iL-ii.B ui uui name ingaus --ana nothing else." His wishes are to be I scrupulously Carried out. I FINANCIAL Oldest OX Largest DanK in Southern Callforal - - (INOORPONATSO 1IT1) m , ISA US W. HEUMAN. ftsidt yHERMANW.HELLMAN, Vict-Pn$t'det U.A.GRAVES. - - 2nd Vic-Prtsiunt hrjfarw rs &ifcrIfantB IBank Of L-Q ANae LM, OAL Cr. Pfmfn mnd Cmmm.rctml Stmt Capita, Surplus & Profits. - 0 1 .500.22O.O0W Deposits, - - - casn on nana &. wnn uanxers z&, viz. 302.ua U. G. other Bonds a Gtocks SI, 1 24.4 00.00 SPECIAL SAFE DEPOSIT DEP lauHaHBittwwHiMiiHaBiuukauisaaaaniaiC THE VALLEY BANK OR PHOBNIX PAID UP CAPITAL.,. $100,000 SURPLUS.. 25 000 VVM. CHRISTY. President. J. C. 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