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THE ARIZONA nEPUBliKJANi TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1003.
o THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. V OEO. W. VICKERS. Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Morning Associated Press rl spate ties. The only Perfecting: Press In Arleona. The only battery of Linotypes in Arl Eona. Publication office: Sfi-3S East Adams street. Telephone No. 47. Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix, Arizona, as mall matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Bv mall, dally, one year Weekly, one year Cash in advance. .$9.00 . 2.00 BT CAP.R1ER. Dally, per month .75 cts. Arlona visitor to the Coast will And The Dally Republican on sale at the fol lowing places in Los Angles : Hollen beck liotel new stand, and B. F. Gard ner. J05 South Spring street. ONioWpL THOENIX. ARIZONA. JUNE 2. 1903. Protecting th WeaK Races.- At a specla' election held in the Sev enth Kansas congressional district a few days ago, Victor Murdock. the republican candidate, was elected ly the stupendous plurality of 15.000 over his democratic and populist opponents, and his majority ever all candidates against him was about 12,000. The former representative. Chester I. Long, was elected to the United States senate last January, and the district had been without a congressman since the 4th of March. The election of a republican by such a stunning majority from the district which for so many years sent "Sockless" Jerry Simpson to congress would of itself be worth the attention of the country as proving that Kansas ha become altogether sane once more, but Mr. Murdock's victory is peculiarly remarkable because of the fact that he did not make a speech during his cam paign. Mr. Murdock. who is a young man oi the middle thirties. 1 managing editor of the Wichita Eagle, and while he is one of the most brilliant writers in the profession he has the belief that he can't make a ! speech. Oppressed by this belief, he announced when nomi nated that he would do no spell-binding, but would make a hand-shaking canvass of the district. Incidentally: he remarked to some of his newspaper friends, he proposed to test the theory which he had long entertained namely, that votes are not made by Speeches, and that individual hand shakes are worth far more than un limited oratory. Accordingly, he trav eled for six weeks and personally met every voter that he could. The dis patches have it that he has carried every precinct in the district. It having been widely advertised that Mr. ' Murdock was making an experiment. It is possible, of course, that the voters took advantage of the opportunity to give, on behalf of the long-suffering American citizen, a broad hint to ora tors everywhere. No congress district has had a greater surfeit of political eloquence than the Seventh Kansas, and we surmise that Mr. Murdock's wonderful majority rhould be consid ered not only cumulative evidence of the sound republicanism of the Sun flower state, but a testimonial of gratitude from the electorate. Seriously, we doubt if any party or any candidate gains anything, as a rule from ?teech-makine. Converts to a political treed are not made by sr.poches. Thev are made by fair presentation of facts l.t newspapers end by editorial comment. To be sure, a magnetic, popular speaker may gain a sprinkling of personal adherents from the opposite party, but he is quite m as likely to Tose supporters In his own party through indiscreet sentences in his rpeeches. Indeed. in. every cam paign the candidate himself or some- lody f peaking In support of him makes verbal breaks which drive away r.cme of the faithful. At the end of the canvass the tired candidate is lu l:y if he can truthfully say that he Is io weaker because of the speeches which have been made for him. We do not share in the belief thai there has been a decline in the quality of oratory. The general average of education is much higher today than at any time In the past, and political speeches generally show more thought. culture and ability than the flamboyant eloquence to which Americans of a Keneration ago were treated. Rut there has been a marked decline in the effectiveness of political speeches. Citi zens listen, interested and duly enter tained, and then think for themselves Voters have also leatned that the orator Is not the most useful man In congress. Congressional work that counts Is done In the committee room and by quiet effort among the members individually. It Is very probable that Victor Murdock will be more success ful In "getting things" for his district than any of the members who !ace reliance on the gift of gab. ' The Lucky Country Boy. In an article In the June Success, Mr. O. S. Marden tells country boys how fortunate they are that they are not growing up in a city. He shows that the stamina and power which triumph over difficulties In great emergencies are qualities which are absorbed through life in the country rather than the city. As he expresses It, "nature gives a life-draught that artificiality knows not how to brew. Our nation has become great through its newness. its nearness to primitive conditions; through the opportunities that come from tapping the storehouses of nature at first hand; and through such manly qualities as vigor, energy, and enthus iasm, which have been developed in overcoming natural conditions and liv ing face to face with the real world. Our great cities would decay from their own unnatural conditions were It not for the constant streams of fresh, hon est, vigorous manhood and womanhood constantly flowing in from the suburbs and the country at large. The artificial human crop will no more supply the demand than hothouses will supply the food of the world. The sun-kissed fields and wind-purified hills must al ways be relied on for men and bread." .Mr. Mat den points out that there are many reasons for the greater success of country boys, as he says the stam ina of the forest, the streams, the hills, and the valleys is in their veins: eacn has more iron in his blood; his fiber is firmer, and his staying power greater than those of a delicate or flabby city youth, reared amid unnatural sur roundings, In a wilderness of brick and stone. The chemic forces of the soil. air. and sunshine become a part of his very constitution. The freely-circulating ozone breathed in great inspirations during muscular effort gives him lasting lung power. Plowing,, hoeing and mowing add vigor to his muscles. The farm Is a gym nasium a manual training school. The hated chores not only give him exercise, but also develop his practical powers and ingenuity. He must make implements or toys that he cannot af ford to buy, or cannot readily procure. He must run, adjust, and repair many machines. He is a stranger to no me chanical principle or tool, and in an emergency he always has a remedy that makes him a "handy man" in any occupation. Untold benefits, we are told, besides mere physical health and manual dex- i terity, is derived from the life of a country boy. He lives closer to nature. in constant touch with the creating power which brings forth all that Is natural and real. He touches the truth of being as a city boy never does. He is in a perpetual school of reality, for the ever-changing clouds, the pan orama of landscapes, and the seasons' phenomena teach him secrets, and wake in him a wide understanding of life, if he but open his mind to their impressions. He gets his ideas of grandeur from the mighty sweep of al ternating valleys and hills. He learns Bublimity from the mountains' aspiring reach toward the clouds. He absorbs peace and tranquillity from deep, wind ing rivers. The power of natural forces he feels in rushing storms, and hears In the crash of thunder. Providence ap pears to him In a thousand ways i the ingenious provisions for insect plant and animal life. Love teaches H its lesson in the ' maternity of dumb j animals. j Finally Mr. Marden finds that the country boy lives In the wonderful lab- ' oratory of the Great Chemist, where he tan watch the processes working mira cles In the soil, calling out from the black earth the most exquisite colors and odors of flowers and herbs, food for man and beast, and timber for manifold uses. The unfolding of buds, the storing of juices in fruits, the de velopment of fiber in plants and trees, the activities of bees, and of birds and other animals, and the use and hand ling of every kind of material all these things afford one long course In sources of the country boy's stamina, his superior knowledge of ""everyday things, and his fitness for every emer gency. The very freedom of the country boy who roams through the forest and over the hills and valleys, without ' let or hindrance. Is a powerful factor In stamina-forming, in the opinion of the author. ' The country always taker, more Inter est in an Ohio state convention than in any other state gathering. This Is partly because there is always some thing new and fresh in Buckeye- ioli tics. but it is mainly because the poli tical events in that state so often have an Important bearing on the affairs of the nation. Two former governors of Ohio have become presidents of the United States. One former governor Is a United States senator from Ohio. Three former governors of Ohio (Chase, Foster and Corwin) have been secre taries of the treasury. A former gov ernor of Ohio was postmaster general during the administration of Lincoln and another was secretary of the In terior under Grant When the new United States steel bonds are issued that corporation will have, all told, a total of $500,000,000 of bonds, on which the annual Interest charge will be 525,450.000. Of these $204,000,000 are the rarnegie first mort gage bonds, $45,000,000 are the Union Bharon Steel company bonds, $150,000. 000 are the new second mortgage bond and $10,000,000 are bonds on subsidiary companies. Last year the net earnings of the United States steel corporation were $133,000,000, or five and one-half times the sum necessary to meet the total Interest on the bonded debt. The directors of the steel corporation do not believe that there is the slightest pos sibility cf the net earnings of the com pany ever declining below the $25,450, 000 required to pay the annual interest charges on the bonded debt. Even during years of the greatest business depressions, such as existed in 1993 and 1894, It is believed that the United States steel corporation will easily earn ever $30,000,000 net. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Can You Answer? On what basis are the best 5 per cent, gold bonds selling to-day? What will a 5 per cent. 20 year gold bond be worth twenty years hence when interest rates are much lower? On what terms can you buy a 5 per cent. 20 year gold bond deliverable to you in ten, fifteen or twenty years or to your estate at once in case of your death ? Address, stating your age and the amount of income you would li ike to begin drawing teu years heuce. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Manager. Phoenix, Aria. PC The American National Bank OF LOS ANGELES, CL. Cor. Broadway and Second Sts. Paid up capital $1,000,000 OFFICERS: W V T. J. W T. O. . F. Botsford., President . J. Washburn.. Vice President E. Newlin Vice President O. Mossin Vice President . J. Doran Vice President W. Phelps Cashier M. Wood... Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS: W. F. Botsford. H. E. Hunt ington. M. J. C'onnell. J. A. Muir, Epes Randolph. W. J. Washburn, Homer Laughlin, Walter S. Newhall. T. E. New lin, Dr. Jno. R. Haynes, H. O. Wltmer. The most centrally located safe deposit and storage vaults in the city. Oldest Rental Agency in Southern California. Our lists include all furnished end unfurnished houses in the city, and Beach Cottages at all the resorts. A Seaside Home We recommend Redondo as the Ideal place for recreation either for short or long vaca tion. We are sole agents of the I: e d o n d o Improvement Co. Ocean front lots, right on the beach. $GC0 up. Villa sites on the bluff. $500 up. Rapid tran sit via the electric lines from th heart of the city. Magnifi cent fishing, K"od bathing, boat ing, golf, tennis, etc. Write for Information, maps, etc. Edw. 0. Silent & Co, Kflt. 1S85. 21C-21S W. Second St. Los Angeles Col. t PIANOS Los Angeles Firm Was Arizona Representative. The well-known house of Oeo. J. Blrkel Co., Los Angeles, Cal., is represented In the territory by MR. PAUL MORGAN who Is an expert piano tuner. Mr. Morgan's services as a tuner are at the disposal of Arizona people. He will also sell or ex change any of the HIGH-GRADE PIANOS Stelnway, Kranich & Hach, Mason & Hamlin, Emerson, Sterling, Huntington and Rich mond, for which the nirkel Co. are agents. Letters addressed to Mr. Mor , gan, .general delivery. Phoenix, Ariz., will reach him. GE0J.B1RKELC0. 343-347 S. Sprinq Street Los Angeles, Ca. LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Farmers & Merchants National Bank Of Lea Aqe'e, Ca', Cor. Main and Commercial Sts. Capital Surplus U.S. Government and other ll rs to! m Available Assets March "Jth. 1 90S DIRECTORS Ts las W. Hellman. W. f l.neev I. N. Van Nuvs. 11. K. Huntlnrton. J. Baruch. J. F. Francis, O. W X Child's, J. A. Graves, I. W. Hellman .S. N. W. Stowell. 4 Scll mCm Deposit Dtsartment ftnd Storatfo Vaults. GERMAN-AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK L.OM AINOBLEH, CAL, CAPItAL $200,000 00 A1SITS $3,700,000.00 SURPLUS $200,000.00 The largest Savlns-s Institution In Capital and Surplus on the Puolfic Coast out 1.1a if -Qun J?rnnjlafn Povj 1 oer Cent nn (IciHIKitH. OFTCER8 AND DIRECTORS M. N. President: C. N. Flint, Second Vice-President : I-. bcnumatlier, uasnier; .. v Liclitenberger, Asst. Cashier; L. V. Blinn, A. C. Billcke. If. W. Stoll. Vlctoi Pnnet. Or. Jos. Kurt. Broadway Bank Wnrrrn Oillelen PreKl.lent. It. W. Kennv. Cashier. Geo. I. Cochran. Vice Prest. BRADBURY BUILDING. LOS ANGRLKS. CAL. Paid up capital I2W.P00 Director-. C. Glllls. Warren Gillelen, Geo. . Walker. Geo. I. coenran. Chas. II. Howlanc), W. R. Cummimra. R. W. Kenny. Dr. W. W. Beckett. Col. . W. D. Turner. Transacts a general commercial tanking business. This bank acts :A trustee for bond lcsues. BROWNSBERGER Home School of Bookkeep'ng & Graham Shorthand Q53-Q55-957 "Wt Snth St.. Let Antlei. Cal. Pleasant study In the midst of the most beautiful home-like sur roundings. Day and evening sessions. Shorthand made easy by famous "Chalk Talks" by the Principal Machine at home free of charge. Spanish nt low rates. Every department under specialists. Every graduate in a position.. Ten teachers. Largest capacity !n the city. The; Bookkeeping is the famous Budget System. Send for illustrated Catalogue. FLORIDA ios tfigees 212 Vct Third St.. LOS ANGELES. CAL Organised iste) We are unable to supply the demand made on us for men Stenographers and young women who understand Stenography and Oookkeeping. We teach four distinct courses of study Commer cial, Shorthand and Typewriting, Telegraphy and Assaying. SPECIAL SUMMER SESSION. Day and Evening Classo" Terms Reasonable. Free, "What Our Doys Say." livery Home should have a Copy. SANTA CATALINA ISLAND SVi hours from Los Angeles, Cal. SEASON, irt03. The same Great Band Augmented. The old and many new ai.:iis m"nt features. UNPARALLELED FISH1NO. Wonderful, delightful and exclusive natural attractions. THE FAMOUS CANVAS CITY. The most perfect institution of Its kind In the world. Hundreds of model striped tents, hi;h walls, awnings and tine floors. Tents, floors and housekeeping equipment entirely new this season at a cost Of ll'J.OOM. I.eauliful shade trees: macadamized streets: pure mountain water. A modern garbuge crematory. Perfect sanitary drainage system. THE ISLAND VILLA. 100 cottages without hoard. THE HOTEL METRO POLE. Modern In all particulars. All electric lighted and under our exclusive management. Daily steamer service from San Pedro wharves. Descriptive circulars from Ban ning Co.. ZT1 S. Sorimr St.. Los Anici les. Cal.. or J. B. Banning, general wipertn- tendent Santa Catalma Inland 0.. Avalon. Cul. COBONADO TENT CITY. The mo.t comfortable and reasonablejul. place to pass your vacation. Fishing, Boating. Battling, Livin; 1MTEL DEL COKoNADO Open ii 11 the yrai : costs no mm e than l lalncr resorts. Summer rates by t lie week from $2.50 !er day up. Is Ang.des Agency. L'mi So. Spiin;; :t. 11. F. .N'ORCKOSS. Agf.it. Special Rates from all Poitts BRIGHTON BEACH HOTEL Brighton Beach. Cal. "The Society Retort of (he raclfic." All ioil of AmiceiiH nt :. Voted f.r Pperlnl rU to families. 8 LEND. I tiaiu For ratc. aili'.n-ss H. P. O., Terminal. Cal. uesat HOTEL REDONDO REDONDO BEACH. CAL.. Is being put in gala attire for the summer seanon. It will be managed by the Jtedondo Hotel Company along liberal lines. Every modern comfort. All forms of outdoor and Indoor amusements, frequent electric service from Second and Spring streets, los Angeles, at :ill hours of clay and night. Ueas onabl rates. Address REDONDO HOTEL COMPANY. Kedondo City. HOTEL 126 WEST FIRST Remodeled and newly furnished. hotel. Rates Me up. European plan. LEWIS GRANT. Proorietor When in Los Angeles Ft op at HOTEL BROADWAY Convenient to all Car' Lines, Theut res. Shopping District, etc. European T'lan. Newty refitted, and up-to-date service;. GEO. A. EASTMAN, proprietor HOTEL GRAY GABLES, Los Angeles, Cal. A high-class American flan, family h"tel for transient and permanent guests at "th and Hill streets. Close to business center, all car lines and places of amusement. Excellent music. Call or send for rates. E. R. TARMELEE. Mgr. THE, VAN NESS 144 So. Main St.. Los Angeles. Cal. Just opened, thoroughly renovated and newly furnished. New plumbing. Rright and cheerful rooms. No invalids. Rates ROc per day and $2.00 per week and u?. Housekeeping Apartments & Single Rooms The Casa de Oro, 506-508 S. Flower St., Los Angeles. New house, new farnl turf , baths. 'Phone, gas and electricity. Rooms '2.50 per week and up. - $1,000,000.00 500,000,00 ! Bonds 2,000,000.00 $8,943,656.99 If. Perry, Herman W. Ilellman. Wm. V. n. X Jr., C. E. Thorn. C. A. Ducommu Cor. Mio First Sts. Avery. President; Gail K. Johnson, Vice- and Trust Company Surplus and undivided profits $100,000 BROWNSBERGER. Principal OPEN JUNE 1st. d refort on the Coast. The i' EvarytHing a la Cornnado. to Coronado Tent City Direct. it - fin! Iluiliin. Vnchtii:jf and Fi-IiIiir. er ie ! to t.oy Angeler. C. FRYMAN, Prop. f QUCtN Ot THE WILSON STREETS Centrally located. Al! street cars pass ADVERTISEMENTS LOS ANGELES PREFERRED LIST. Tin- purpose of this column Is to supply the Arizona public with the names and uddresses of thorousrhly reliable L I founl particularly vuluable to those v pul.lican advertisers be sure to tell them wlieio you saw the atlvert isement. They will appreciate it and so will Ttje Republican. REGAL SHOES by Mail. tl. PKR PAIR. CARRIAGE CHARGES PKFI'Aia. 144 different fittings, M styles. Self-measurement blanks and Spring catalogue rreo upon request. Los Angeles Store, 2ZL W. Third St. A. S. VANOEOR1FT. Mannger. AGRICULTURAL IMFIKMBNTS. ARNOTT ; COMPANY. Los Angeles, Cal. Vehicles. Farm Machinery. Mall orders solicited. Write for catalogue. BDILSIN9 AND LOAN ASS'NB. State Mutual Building and Loan Asso ciation, 141 South Broadway. OARPET8 AND BUGS. T. BILLINGTON CO., 212-314 S. Broad way. Curtains, draperies, China and Ja pan mattings. All kinds of floor cover ings. KMPLOYMKNT A.OKNTS Hummel Bros. & Co., 11-U8 E. Second St. Carefully selected help. MRS. B. S. HAWLKY. 2.M S. Broadway. Siteciul attention to Arizona orders. F0RTIN & HAWKINS The Los Angeles Employment Hustlers. Large gangs a specialty. Both phones Main 419. 104-106 N. Los Angeles st. MACHINERY, ENGINES, ETC. WESTERN IRON WORKS. 90S-92S N. Main St., manufact'rs crude oil engines and pumps. Complete Irrigating plants. VULCAN IRON WORKS. 917-919 N. Main St., manfrs. stamp mills, ore crush ers, well tools. General machine work. NATIONAL WOOD PIPE CO. incorporated Manufacturers of REDWOOD WATER PIPE FromS inch '.AlO-fee auieler. or . In g Water Works, J Mining and ' Irrigation Plants. CHEAPER. STRONGER AND MORE DURABLE j. than riveted Iron or steel pipe. Requires no expe-; i to lay and can eas- jj ily be taken up and relald. as It is absolutely incic structible. ALL PIPE 4. SOLI) UNDER AN ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE. We contract for complete irrigation systems. Illurtrated catalogue sent on application. "I Addrein i NATIONAL WOOD PIPE CO., Cor. 6th and Mateo St., Lcs A rgeles, Cal. isr.4. The Oldest Husiness Samuel C. Foy Manufacturer and dealer in Saddlery, Harness, Leather, Horse Blankets, Whips, Lap Kobts, Saddles, Silver Inlaid Spanish Pits and Spurs. Telephone Green 1724. . . r 3ir, n. Los Angeies st. Los Angeies, I al. tetetea Ready Building On the Coast. Our brands are well known : Ready Rock, Marble-race, Granite, Rubber Sanded, Rubber Naxine. Send for Samples and Prices. L. W. BLINN. Pri. ana Gen. Manager. Southwestern Lumber Co. Lumber and Mill Work, wholesale C02 and COS Trust Kuilding. Wharves ton. t'al. Tel. Main 1112. When you visit SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Take the trolley rides ab)i:t Los Angeles to JIT. LOWE. l.ONO 1IEACH. SAN tIABHIKL MISSION I1ALDWIN' S HANOI I. 1'ASADENA and MON ROVIA. For descriptive booklet and particulars write agent Pacific Elevtric. Ilailw:iy. 2." S. Spring St. Los Angeles. Los Angeles Pacific Via I'laya del P.ey. Manhattan. North Manhattan and llermosa to Eedondo. Alro via Hollywood. Coleurove, Sherman, Pa wtelle ' ami Soldier?" Home to Santa Monica and Ocean Park. Electric cars run every fifteen minutes from company's ofllce, West Fourth St., near Broadway. When in ,tfce Los Angeles Visil Th largest and best establishment of its kind on the Pacific c-o.-.st. Seat ing capacity l.lIMl. The best orchestra. The 'uisin? best on earth. Popular prices. Music all day, which helps to d igest yt 'ir meals. 243 S. Spline St. 24i S. Broadway. Los Angeles. F. J. COTXA The Palace Cafe and Restaurant Opposite the Nadean Hotel. ARIZONIANS' HEADQUARTERS Concerts every day from 12 to 1.30. from 6 to 7:30, and from S to 12 nightly. Rest kitchen in connection. Imported and domestic beers on draught. SCHNEIDER 1 FIBBER. Proprietors. VA GOOD LIVING LOS ANGELES. The Prettiest Cafe in California Large, airy, luxuriously furnished Private Dining Rooms on Second and Third Moors. The leading Orchestra of the city furnishes music during the Dinner and after Theater hours. The best tho market affords, and the service unexcelled. "We want the Arizona trade. ROSTER (EL LONERGAN, Proprietors. HOTEL. CATALINA 439 So. Broadway, Los Angeles. Convenient to all street cars, theaters, and tho electric lines to the beaches. Klevator. bell service. Suites with baths. We cater to the Arizona trade. ALEXANDER & ROLAND. Proprs. os Angeles establishments. The list will isi'.ing the Coast. in dealing wttn Ke- I James Jones Co. Brass Works I Telephone Main 9S. Los Angeles, Cal. ELKCTR1C RAILROAD BRASS SUP- PLIKS. Brass steam fittings, brass valves. Irrigation valves, office and bank railiugs, plumbers' specialties. Prompt attention given to all special brass work. Brass and bronze castings. BUYERS Of SCRAP BRASS and COFPER. PATENTS PATENTS, Copyrights, trade-marks. Labels, U. S. and Foreign. Infringement Sluts prosecuted and defended. Townsend Bros.. Bradbury blk.. Los Angeles, Cal. PATENTS Hazard & Harpham. I.09 Angeles. Send for free book' on patents. POULTRY SUPPLIES HENRY ALBERS. 315 S. Main St. Largest poultry supply house in U. 8. Send for free catalogue. SANATOBIUM8 PRIVATE HOME for ladies during con finement. Best of care. Homes found for children. Mrs. Dr. C. E. Smith. 7J7 Belle vue Ave. BALLAKD PULMONARY SAXATORH'M. Paiadena, 'al , Ir. W. H. Sallard, Radical Director. Write for Booklet. BARBELS AND TANKS. Ixa Angeles Cooperage Co. Tanks, barrels and keg. Write for prices. OPTICAL GOODS ADOLF FRESE Eyeglasses, Optical Goods and Draughtsmen and Surveyor's Supplies. Manufacturer and importer. Los An geles. Cal., 126 S.. Spring St. Sunset Tel. Main 1042. Home Tel. 1042. t t i House In Los Angeles. 18.-.4. The PIONEER ROLL PAPER GO Lob Angclcs.Cal. Are the lareest Manufacturers of ROo inp and . 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