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THE ARIZONA BEl'UBliICAN: SAT OH DAY MOIINING, MAY S, 1UCI3.
HIE ARIZOH REPEBLICAI PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. CEO. W. VICKERS. Pres. and Gen. Ugr. Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. The only Perfecting Press In Arizona. The only battery of Linotypes In Arl lona. Publication office: SB-3S East Adams Street. Telephone No. 47. Entered at the postoffice at Phoenix. Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Py mall, daily, one year JO.OO Weekly, one year 2.00 Cash In advance. BY CARRIER. Daily, per month 75 cts. Arizona visitors to the Coast will And The Daily Republican on sale at the fol lowing places In Los Angeles: Hollen feck hotel news stand, and B. F. Gard ner. 303 South Spring street. umion7jlabcl PHOENIX. ARIZONA, MAY 0. 1903. The Proposed Improvements. In anoth-er column of today's Repub lican we print a letter from the Broad way Bank and Trust Company of Lo3 Angeles In reference to the proposed Improvements in the plant of the Phoenix Water Company. Of course, the first comment by citizens of Phoe nix will be that the information con tained in the letter is "important if true." Fortunately, there appears to bo no reason to doubt the truthfulness of the statements made. Mr. Warren Gillelen, the writer of the communica tion, is a gentleman of high standing, and nobody who knows him would think of doubting his word. His bank, its he explains. Is trustee for the bond holders of the Phoenix Water Company, and he is in a position to know all about the affairs of the company and what it intends to do. Recently, our renders will remember, Mr. Sherman, the principal owner In the water company, had published in The Republican a communication to the people of Phoenix, in which he stated positively that improvements in the local plant would shortly be mad at a cost of $150,000, making it a thor oughly modern and efficient system of water works. President Gillelen now says: "We read the statement made by M. II. Sherman and his assurance to you that the water works plant would be at once rebuilt and extended. The Broadway Bank and Trust Company vill vouch for every statement mada by Mr. Sherman in this matter." It is exceedingly gratifying to have this assurance that Phosnix is to have nt last an efficient and modern water plant instead of the makeshift which Mr. Sherman has given the city for years. Failure to give decent service has aroused a revolt in which practi cally every citizen has shared. At the late bond election the municipal owner ship proposition fell short of the nec essary two-thirds majority by but twenty-five or thirty votes. Mr. Sher man undoubtedly saw that if existing conditions were permitted to continue, the investments of himself and his as sociates in the water works would be swept away in a flood of ballots at the next election. It is now a matter of self-preservation for the Phoenix Water Company. It may be that an expendi ture of $150,000 in rebuilding and ex tending the system will make the total investment a losing one for the com pany for some years to come; but, on the other hand, the assured future of the city more than justifies the out layand the alternative Is the practi cal destruction of the investment as it stands. If Mr. Sherman in good faith re builds the system putting in larger mains of standard quality, which will give a constant and satisfactory ser vice, and which will sustain a pressure that will afford complete protection from fire, we expect to see the move ment for public ownership lose much of Its force. Indeed, as stated here tofore, we do not believe that ten per cent of the taxpayers care particularly whether the city's water .system U owned by the municipality or a private corporation during the next few years provided the service Is what it should bo; provided the system is rebuilt with out exacting terms in return from the city, and provided there is no increase in rates. Kverybody recognizes that a much broader horizon is opening in front of Phoenix. Storage of water for irrigation will bring such an Influx of population into the valley that within five years after the government finishes the Tonto reservoir this city will hav- a population of 50,000. We confidently expect to see it 25,000 within three years from thin date. Before that time we nhnll be on a tra nrcontinontal line of railway, sugar factories au'd other In dustries employing labor will be in oper ation, and In short the Phoenix of the .immediate future viU be infinitely su perior to the Phoenix of today. In view of these changed conditions which mean so much for our futuro, the average citizen will be disposed to consider it wise to keep the city out of obligations for vast expenditure un til this transition period Is over. For example, the water system contemplat ed by the proposition on which the lat-i bond election was held might prove to be entirely inadequate for the greater Phoenix of a few years hence. The present franchise of the water company has but eleven years to run. It can not be extended except by a vote of the taxpayers themselves. Eleven years hence the city can decide whether to take over the plant of the Phoenix Water company as the basis of a muni cipal system, or extend the franchise of the company. - But to have an opportunity to sell his plant to the city hereafter, Mr. Sherman must "make good" now. He must recognize that neither the temper of the people nor the future of the dy will permit him to treat Phoenix as if it were a village. Our citizens will closely scrutinize the details and character of the im provements, and they will be satisfied with nothing but the best. They must be dealt with in absolutely good faith. And they must be fully satisfied on all points without delay, or they will go ahead and arrange for a water system of their own. They are in no humor to be "jollied" by Mr. Sherman. The Hon. Ben Daniels. We extend to the Hon. Benjamin Franklin Daniels of Nogales renewed assurances of our distinguished con sideration. The Hon. Ben did not land an office, but the way he "stands in" with the president makes some of the toys weep. And we take it that Ben Is satisfied. Holding office isn't everything, by a long shot. There's lots more excite ment and fun in the pursuit of an of fice than in the possession thereof. Most office holders, after they have ex tracted the giory that was coming to them, would be glad to exchange places with a prosperous business man, o. with the man who holds a good job be cause of peculiar fitness for the same. This is the sensible, philosophic view, and Daniels is sensible and philosophic. The experience of Daniels reminds us of an incident in which President Gar field and an Ohio man figured. One of Garfield's old friends went down to Washington in hot pursuit of a good appointment. The president was glad to see him was cordial in the extreme, in fact and gave him the run of the White House day and night. But somehow it was impossible to appoint the friend to that particular office, and finally he was so advised. He was ex asperated. "So our old friendship goes for nothing! You have to turn me down for these dern politicians, and I am to get nothing out of this luck that has come to you?" "O, yes you do," re plied Garfield, "you're all right you will be on intimate terms w ith the ad ministration!" The Position of Silver. One of the most interesting features in the general financial situation dur ing the past fortnight or so has been the decided advance which has be-?n taking place in the price of bar silver, together with the attending improve ment in India exchange and in the pre mium upon, gold at the City of Mexico. According to Uradstreets, at the begin ning of the present year bar silver was Quoted in the neighborhood of 22'id. per ounce at London and 48 cents at New York. Karly in the year there was a decline from these figures, and all appearances justified the belief that the downward tendency would continue and carry silver to a much lower level than had yet been seen. There was also a rise In the Mexican gold ure mium to the neighborhood of 270. It is only about a month since a change in this sdtua.tion began to be come apparent. Prices for bar silver strengthened considerably as soon as it was announced that .the congress cf the United State3 at its recent session had passed the act providing for the purchase of about $7,000,000 worth of bar silver for coinage into the new Philippine island pesos, which are to be exchangeable for American dollars at the fixed ratio of 50 cents on the dollar. At the same time, it was un derstood that the Mexican government was making sensible progress In its efforts to secure a more stable basis for exchange between that country and the gold-currency nations with which its external trade ir conducted. It was not until two weeks ago, how ever, that the rise in silver becaina accentuated. The movement, once started, assumed great headway, and, as was pointed out in these columns a week ago, silver prices attained a higher level than they have reached In several years. This was due primarily to the buying of about 500,000 ounces each week by the United State3 treas ury for the Philippine coinage, which materially reduced the floating supply of the metal and curtailed the amount offered in London, where, as has re cently leen the case, there was a con siderable ami unt needed to supply en gagements for shipments to the- east, made In connection with what arc termed contracts for forward delivery. London, in ether words, was short cf silvtrt an4 tfce demand tbuj created 99 said a great businessman, "are my partners and they need all the strength and courage I can give them," and he forthwith paid for a $1,000,000 policy in The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. Not without the most care ful investigation, however, extend ing over six months. He was con vinced by just such facts a3 led the President of a National Bank in New York to make the curious and shrewd provision in his will, which is contained in "A Banker's Will." Write for it and also pop the account of the $1,000,000 policy, "The Largest Annual Premiums." This Company r.nnlca Fivst In Assets. First-ln Amount raid Policy-holders. First -In Aje. Thf. Mutual Life Insurance Com tan y of Nlav York, Richard A. McCbrdy. President. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, MOTV, Phoenix, At!:. THE BENNETT & Toilet... Parlors 4- Fifth and Spring Sts. Los Angeles. Cal. JIair Good. Hair Preying, Shampooing and Mnmcniiiig. Superior Attendance and Accom modations. forced a sharp rise whieli carried the price of the metal in that market in. the early part of thepresent week up to as high as 25 l-16d. per ounce, while at New York the quotation for commer cial bars reached the level of jti cents. This was accompanied by a sharp drop in the Mexican exchange rate, gold being- quoted in the City of Mexico at as low as "20, which represented a drop of 50 points. There has naturally been a reaction from the advance, silver, both at London and New York, Felling off on the reduction cf the demand to cover shorts at the former city and on realizing sales by the speculative in terests which had been induced to buy the metal by the prospect of the rhc. For the time being, however, silver promises to remain at around the pres ent figures, the mcst cogent reason for I this being that the United States gov ernment Is still In the market and will haVe to buy upward of 4,000.000 ounces , more In order to complete the require ments for the new Philippine coinage. "What will occur thereafter it is im possible to foretell. At the same time, there is a feeling in well-informed cir cles that a charge for the belter has occurred in the position mid prospects of the silver market, and that the metal is likely to remain upon a some what higher level than it has recently enjoyed. My Sons, Emperor William promptly duplicated .j. King Edward's "show" in Rome, but he ! did not care to follow his august uncle into Paris. Alsace and Lorraine mustj't be forgotten before a German emperor ( ... . - L can expect a wild welcome irom Frenchmen. Arizona citizens who have talked with President Roosevelt within tl.i; past few days are confident that hi would be very reluctant to approve a bill uniting Arizona and New Mexico as one state. It cannot b;: doubted that Mr. Roosevelt has a warm place in his heart for Arizona. The police of Los Angeles are toi much inclined to play to the grand :-:tand, or they are too hysterical. The fieople of Phoenix voted for a re publican administration because they wished to have a busine-f.s administra tion. Mayor Bennett's administration will be not only republican, but "strict ly business." CURRENT COMMENT Profit on Paying Good Wages, We pay more for labor than Euro pean countries, and, paradoxically as it may seem, that is where wo have them. If American industrial advancement has proved one thing more clearly than another it is the fact that good wages is a profitable Investment on the part of the employer. It produces n. standard of efficiency which more than offsets the added expense. Good wages means well-fed and well-clothed labor and ultimately Intelligent labor. If a well-cared-for horse can do more work tha-i one which is half-starved and neg lected it is safe to assume that a well fed man will accomplish more than one who is indifferently nourished. The world has come to understand that race and national supremacies are questions largely of a food supply and high wages usually means good food In suf ficient ciuantities to meet all the needn of the Individual. Detroit Free Press. Divorces 4,000 Years Ago. It may please divorcees to know lio-v" history repeats itself after a laps nf 4.000 yearn or ni"re. Divorce is no new thinpT. KiiiK Kiiaiiiinurabi of Assyri i, whose date is H. :. ?2. had a cod-, which has been recently deciphered from a pillar at Susa, dealing exhaust ively with the subject. The London Times Fives ope oj the mpct inlerf&t- 'othero California Advertisements LARGEST BANK IN S01THLRN CAUFCRMA. ! Farmers & Merchants National Bank t Of Lot Aaqa'es, Ca Co.. Main and Commercial Sts. .r. Capita! - - 51,000,000,00 Surplus - - - 500,000,00 : U, S. Government Bonds 2,000,000,00 ? AwHaWo Amis $8,943,656.99 t'lRKCTORS Isa'as W. Hcllman, TV. H. Perry. Herman W. H.-lm:n. Win. " Lacev, I. N. Van Nuvs, li. K. 1 1 u Tit inp ton. J. li;rin-h. J. V. Francis, O. W. C):ilds, .1. A. Craves', 1. W. Hcilman Ji' C. Tin in, C. A. I ucominuii, W. Slowcll. - Special Esso Deposit Department and Storage Vaults. The Palace Cafe and Restaurant Opposite tho Nadeau Hotel. ARIZONIANS HEADQUARTERS Concerts every "lay from 12 to 1.3.from 6 to 7:S0, anil from 8 to 1- tii-Mly. Pe:U kitchen in connection. Imported and domestic beets on draught. ( SCHNEIDER l FIEHER. Proprietors. ...THIS STRAWBERRIES AR.E AT THEIR. BEST Faiioy Brandy Wine Variety, K'.jC box. Ln-ly Tlioraj.sau. K.i 1 x. Sjnd your fruit aod vegetable orders to un, We ran please you. RIVERS 300 302, 304, 3O0 and 311 Temple street, Los Aigles, Cal PIANOS In ::ddition to n:r regular line cf I'iar.es, which consists of "Crarii-h t Each,. Mason & IIami!n, Emer-on. Starr, St: r li P.Uhr.iond, Huntington and WORLD FAMOUS STEINWAY We have a number of "used" piancs, taken la exchange, all in good order, which v.c are offer ing at very much les.; than ac tual values. QEOJ.BIRKEL CO. 345-347 5. Sprir.g St cet Los Angetes, Cat. The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. Pays 4 per cent interest on a!! lime deposits v Accounts may be opened for one dollar or more, either In person or by mail. , A handsome nickel steel safe Is furnished depositors free of charge. Call at the banking office and learn all about our plan for mak.ng savings pay an Income. 1 The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. ACTIIOItlZKb CAPITAL. JlWi.W'O.OO. CHARLES F. A INS WORTH, President; It. II. GREENE, Vice Pres ident; FRANK AINSWORTII, Cash'c-r. DIRECTORS Charles F. Alnsworth, W. C. Foster, Pv. II. Greene, Frank Ainsworth, Harvey J. L;-e. THE VALLEY BANKb OR I 1 1 O K N I X ! PATD UP CAPITAL 5100,000- SUR.PLlTS 2.1,000 I WM. CHRISTY. President. J. C. K1RKPATRTCK, Vice President ! W. D. FULWILER. Cashier. LLOYD B. CHRISTY. Asst. Cashier. i Drafts Issued on all of the Important cities of the United Ktatea and Europe. Discount commercial paper and do a generel banking business. Office hours. 9 a. m. to U p. m. DIRECTORS: M. H. Sherman, Wm. Christy, E. J. Bennltt, J. C. Klrkps.trlck. ; F. C. Hatch. W. D. Kulwilr. Lloyd B. Chrlety. ' CORRESPONDENTS: American Exchange National Bank. New York; Amerl- can Exchange National Bank, Chicago: First National Rank, Los Angeles: Rank ' or Arizona. iTesco'.t. Arizona; the Antcl f J f. EAT The California Restaurant MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. Kti-lctly FirBt-Ciass. Quick. Service Special Dinner on Stitidny 35 North Plrst fivenuo PJicsenlx. flrfzono ing: clauses in thf following: "If the wife of a man who dwells in that man has set her face lo po forth, anil iin jMivorished bis house, they shall call her to account. If the husband shall say, I put her away, he shall put her away. Fhe shall her vay; for her divorce he shall K've her nothing;." It will be observed that it is only v.omen v lio can be divorced; husbands are not "put away." And here the bene-fit of living in this century A. D. conies into view. Nevertheless, it Is cheering to find that divorce is no mushroom in r titution, and King Khammurrabi's r.ubjects were sufferers from domestic Infelicity, as well as thii "younjj -r generation." Boston Herald. !!!!! WEEK... BROS. A?,o??x lt5 HOTEL COLUMBIA, I , CI- S. I! road way, Is Angelef. t ul. Very cetitial. lisht airy r.x.ms. "Hi i.t-nvs i to $1 per ilay. Special raUu by thc-.ut-tk j or m ir.th. CommmUty kitchen and roof garden. nrkxro amti ft DC 11USLL ;iliLLUJ Los A'urelt'P, Cal. ( Radius only); Ftrictly first-class: new building and furniture; all outside sunny rooms; single or en suite. Ratos $4 per week and up. 411-423 W. FOURTH ST. Phone 2CS03. MRS, A. E. BARTRAM, Mgr. 4051:- F - . v-. u,.,...,....,. r . .0 ,t,.l.o 1 !l I Opposite Chamber of Commerce. 'tfce national Bank of Jfrizcr.a I I M t li IS 1 X. capital (pii up) . s SIOOO.OCO . 50,000 S'l ! SLRPLlS AND PRCflTS . EMIL GANZ President SOL LEW 15 Vice President S. OBERFELDEU Cashkr I J. J. SWEENEY Assistant Cashier I DIRECTORS Can:!. Sol. Lewis. Edward Eise'e, Jos. Thalheirr.er, J. Y. T. Smith, Chas. Goldman, S.'or.i f :,lder. E. t o-Caufornla liank. han t ranclsco Cfcl. In RESTAURANT or in adjoining ...DINING ROOM... wit2i ttccjant Cliind Service. At LKCLISH KlICIitN, No. 1st St. v Ware's Poems in England. II is not RiMiernlly known, w? fancy, hat Pension 'Commissioner Ware's iMx.-nis are published in KiikUiikI. !! sides, they are accompanied with copi ous foctnntes. explaining, in true- lOn:-,-lisli style, the vernacular in which they are clothed. Thus the poet commis sioner wrote: Souls of fire may dare to live in fire, liut th-? elements consume the U:kers who presume. The Knglish editor appears to have considered it necessary to furnish his reado'.s with a diagram of the lir.es, end in a footnote explains that a "sucker" Is "a fish that swims i:i American waters." Boston Here Id. nair vtqor Keep your own hair. Get more. Have a clean scalp. Rrctnro thf. rn'nr. :!; Ul&i LOS ANGELES PREFERRED LIST. 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