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THE ARIZONA JJEPU.BLKJAN: TUESDAVT M.OHN1KQ, JULY 41, 1903.
Q THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PUBLISHED BY THE Arizona Publishing Co. OEO. W. VICKERS. Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. The only Perfecting1 Press In Arizona. The only battery of Linotypes in Arl- Publlcatlon office: J6-3S East Adams street. Telephone Na 471 Entered at the postofflc. at Phoenix. Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mall, dally, one year W eekly, one year 2.00 Cash in advance. BT CARRIER. Dally, per month 7S eta. Arizona visitors to the Coast will find The Daily Republican on sale at the fol lowing places In Los Angeles: Hollen beck hotel news stand, and B. F. Gard ner. 305 South Spring street. PHOENIX. ARIZONA. JULY. 14. l!HS. Ask Your Bank for the current quotation on high class investment 5b gold bonds due in 20 years with interest payable semi annually. Compare this quotation with the terms on which you can buy on the instalment plan 5 twenty-year gold bonds, issued by the largest financial institution in the world. Life The Mutual Insurance Company of New York, Richard A. MeCurdy, President. If you wish to know term on which thr bonds are offered address, statiug your age and the amount of income you would like to begin drawing twenty years hence. SHIRLEY CHRISTY. Manager. Phoenix, Aiix. The University. In dealing with the tangle. at the ter ritorial university the first necessary steps have been taken. The resigna tion of President Adams and the re signation of Chancellor Fitch have been accepted. Notwithstanding the excel lent record made by Professor Adams during the two years that he was at the head of the Institution, and not withstanding his great popularity with the alumni and the faculty, his future usefulness as president was greatly im paired by the situation which the board of regents had created a fact which he was first of all to recognize, as evi denced by his resignation several weeks ago. Under better surroundings, there is no reason why Mr. Adams should not be not only a very valuable educator, but a first-class man in the executive chair. But It was certainly to his In terest as well as to the interest of the territory that his resignation be ac cepted. His enemies had succeeded la making his position practically Intoler able. There ca"n be no two opinions as to the propriety of dispensing with the services of Chancellor Fitch. Mr. Fitch's ambition to be president of the univer sity was commendable in itself, as In dicating a high ambition. But unfor tunately for him, the people of Arizona have not been convinced that he was fitted for the place, and in view of the record he made as chancellor we do not believe it would have been possible to lead the public to a different opinion concerning him. It was obvious, there fore, that the public interest required his resignation as chancellor. Incidentally, we have never seen it satisfactorily explained why the uni versity in its present stage of develop ment needs a "chancellor." What it needs above everything else is an es pecially strong presiaent--not only an educator of the first rank and of an established reputation, but a man ct tact and address, of forceful individu- stantly acknowledged without question as men who can have no petty personal Interests nor any kind of political in terest to promote In connection with the university men clearly representa tive of the htghest citizenship of the territory. The appointment of a new board can in no sense be construed as reflecting In any way on the present board of regents. Through various pro cesses a situation has been developed which calls for a new official force throughout. The Incidents which have emphasized this situation have been, in a general way, wretchedly Insignificant in themselves, and this is one of the most annoying phases of the whole matter. The bickerings, jealousies and "scraps" are too much of the back woods district school order. As a nat ural consequence the reputation of the university has suffered all over Arizona The most valuable asset of the univer sity in reality the only asset of value is public confidence. So long as confi dence Is impaired the Institution cannot be made a success by the most lavish use of money. And it is unquestionable that in extricating the university 'from the unpleasant atmosphere that has surrounded It for some time the 'gov ernor will find it much easier to place the institution on a high plane if he can assure the people that there has been a clean sweep in the official staff We take it for granted that the gen tlemen of the present board have re lieved the governor of all embarrass ment by placing their resignations in his hands, to be acted on at his pleasure. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS mS3 The ft American National Bank OF LOS ANGELES, C.L. Cor. Broadway and Second Sts. Paid up Capital, $1,000,000 OFFICERS: w w T. J. w T. C. . F. Eotsford, . J. "Washburn E. Newlin G. Mossln.... . J. Doran.. .. XV. Phelps M President ..Vice President .Vice President .Vice President .Vice President' Cashier Wood... Assistant. Cashier DIRECTORS: XV. F. Botsford, H. E. Hunt ington, M. J. Connell, J. A. Mulr, Epes Randolph, XV. J. "Washburn, Homer Laughlln, Walt-r S. Newhall, T. E. New lin, Dr. Jno, R. Haynes, H. C. Witmer. The most centrally" located safe deposit and storage vaults in the city. LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN CAlirCRNIA. Farmers & Merchants National Bank Of lo Aoqetf , Cat, Cor. Maia and Commercial Sts. $1,000,000.00 500,000,00 ami other Dnnrl 0 finn firm fin irs;-ul BUIlUd iiUUUUUUiUU $8,943,656.99 LOS ANGEL PREFERRED Capital Surplus U.S. Government Available Assets Muri-li Uth. mud BIRECTORS-isntas W. Hellman, W. H. Perry. Herman W Hellman. Wm. Lacev. I. N. Van Nuys, H. K. Huntington, J. Banich, J. F. Francis, O. W. Child. J. A. Graves. I. W. Hellman Jr.. C. E. Thorn. C. A. Ducommun. N. XV. Stow.ll. Satctal mmtm Deposit Daosrlmant and Storage Vavults. 5- t REGAL SHOES by Mail. $3.75 PER PAIR. CARRIAGE CHARGES PHri PAID. 144 oinereiu niuna, iau styles. Self-measurement DlanKs anu Spring catalogue iree ui-on miurai. Los Angelen Store. W. Third St. A. S. VANDEGRIFT, Manager. GERMAN-AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK Cor. Maid and first Sts. CAPIIAl $200,000 00 SlRflUS $200,00000 The Largest Savinirs Institution ir. Capital ana Surplus on the Pacific Coast out- LOM AINCJHLIiM, CAt, ASStIS OVIR $4,000,000.0;) al.to ..t un KV 11 n u. .fi 1!1 T H 4 I-r IT n t Oil OCDOfiltK nvvcv.na axd nuiKPTi RS m. N'. Averv. President; Gall H. Johnson, Vlce- 1nt: P. V. Schumacher. Cashier: O. W. i.iniiipn,.'rrH'r. Asst. Canhlt-r: L. W. lilinn. A. C. Billcke. 11. W. StolL Victor Ponet. Ir. Jos. Kurtz. SSaJ Broadway Bank and Trust Company Warren Gillelen, President. R. W. Kenny, Caohter. Geo. T. Cochran, Vice Prest BRADBURY BUILDING. LOS -ANGELES. CAL TaM up capltMl $2.ri0.i Surplus and undivided profits $100,000 Directors K. C UlUlP, Warren uiueien, neo. w . vramer. u. t. v,ut-iimi, rh. ii HnsOinrl W K fiimmlnB-n R Vv. Kennv. Dr. V. W. Beckett. CoL W. W. ii. Turner. Transacts a Keneral commercial banking business. This bank acts as trustee for bond issues. The Sun: Is It Heaven? The planets are human hatcheries, and the suns the places of their ma turity and perfection. The worlds are God' human nurseries, and the suns his perennl?l oronards of eternal life and fruition. I believe that houIs are born In this world, that this is their first theater of action, and where they ality, having the judicial temperament take on the habiliments of &arth-dust well manifest, and a talent for building or "ar-mist. for all things originally win nnaily re- up in short, the best balanced, the most industrious, and the ablest edu cator that can be obtained for the sal ary and other inducements connected with the position. To find Just the right man for presi dnet Is not an easy task. But the em ployment of a thoroughly satisfactory president is the next step. After that, logically, will come a reorganization of the board of regents. In disposing of this unfinished work the chief responsi bility falls upon Governor Brodie. We are inclined to believe that of the applicants now under consideration the most available man for president is Professor William T. Randall of Los Angeles, who for many years was dean of the University of Southern Califor nia. The objection has been raised as to Mr. Randall that he is an ordained minister. If this be true it may be re grettable, for sectarianism should be obtruded as little as possible in any public institution that is supported by taxes paid by men of all beliefs. Bit under the circumstances it is not a fatal objection, for the presidency of the territorial university does not call for the obtrusive display of the Incum bent's religious faith, and there is no reason why Mr. Randall, for instance, Fhould not make himself entirely satis lactory to the citizens of every re ligion. The people of Arizona are too broad to care what any man's creed la so long as he does not make It offen sive to others, and this fact applies to the clergy as well as to the layman. And In lavor of Mr. Randall is a most excellent record as an educator, and a reputation for possessing at least some of the very qualities which we have pointed out as requisite. Benjamin Ide Wheeler, himself one of the country's ablest university educators, speaks of Mr. Randall in words of unqualified praise. Perhaps the most unpleasant duty for the governor to perform in relation to the whole university trouble will be the reorganization of the board of regents. As we have pointed out before, and as has been urged by practically every other paper of standing and independence, the university must be lifted out of the pool of politics and placed in the hands of a board of regents who will be in- for all came from the sun and turn to the sun. The seed that Is planted here will ripen In the brighter realms of the sun. In other words. the earth and planets are the birth places and nurseries of human souls. They have their origin in the divine miracle of earth life ;they are the prod uct of planetary forces. Man's body Is the visible manifestation of invisible atoms and forces, woven around an invisible, spiritual body. And when the visible manifestations drop away inta their invisible elements, the soul asserts its eternal energy and soars away to the central source of all light and life. G. XV. Warder in Booklovers' Magazine. o SOME CURIOUS WALLS. The Ii. (& B. j? Piano. -2? A perfect piano In all Its parts perfect tone, power, beauty, all that the true music lover enjoys and demands. Kranich & Bach pianos have been made and used since 1SG4 nearly 40 years. Easy terms. Mr. Paul Morgan, an experi enced piano tuner, is represent ing us in the territory. Mr. Mor gan may be reached through General Delivery, Phoenix. CEO.J.BIRKELCO. 343-347 S. Spring Street Los Angeles, Lai. t-j Santa Catalina . Island. 3 1-2 Hours from Los Angeles. Season 1903. THE FAMOUS CANVAS CITY IS NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON Under Beautiful Shade Trees, with an Entirely New Equipment. Per feet Sanitary Drainage. DAILY CONCERTS BY OUR MASINE BAND OF 30 ARTISTS. Plptvireahle Outdoor Pastimes. Boating. Bat hi dp. Fishing1. Golf. Etc. HOTEL METROPOf.E, with rr.oderc appointments, is open the year round. THE ISLAND VILLa Oeb hundred comfortabl canvas cottage without board. Reservations made. Addres, BANNING CO., 222 So. Spring St , Los Angeles, or J. 8. Banning;, Gen Supt. Santa Catalina Iiland Co., Avalon, ; California. ES LIST The purpose of this column Is to 6urlly the Arizona public with the names til Ll(rHVH of thoroiiKhlV reliable L, OS AriijeifS -Bianusnmen-. i ne iisi wm U- found particularly valuable to those v tailing the Cpast. J dealing with Ke-miblic-an advertiefcru be sure to tell them wiiero you uaw the advertisement. They will appreciate 11 anu u win no nri.-n uUvu. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. A KNOTT & COMPANY. Los Angeles Cal. Vehicles, Farm Machinery. Alan orders solicited. Write for catalogue. CARPETS AND BUGS. T. K1LLINGTON CO.. 312-314 S. Broad way. Curtains, draperies, China and Ja- mattings. All kinds of floor cover- ftan i EMPLOYMENT AOENT8 Hummel Bros. & Co.. 116-lia E. Second St. Carefully selected help. MRS. B. 3. HAWLEY. 251 S. Broad wn v. Special attention to Arizona ordrs. F0RTIN & HAWKINS The Los ngeles Employment Hustlers. Large gangs a specialty. Both phones Main 419. 104-106 N. Los Angeles at. Mention Kepublioan In vritin?. MACHINERY, ENGINES, ETC. WESTERN IRON WORKS. 90-928 N Main St., rnanufaf t'rs crude oil engines anu pumps. Complete irrtgatiiiif plants, VULCAN IRON WORKS, 917-919 N Main st., manfra. stamp mills, ore crush' era, well tools. Ofneihl ms-'-liine work. James Jones Co. Brass Works Telephone Main 938, Los Angeles, CaL ELKOTR1C ' RAILROAD BRASS SUP PLIES. Brans aieam fittings, brass valves. Irrigation valve. office and bank rallhiKS. plumbers' specialties. Prompt attention given to all special brass work. Brass and bronze castinps. BUYERS OK SCRAP BRASS and COPPER. PATENTS PATENTS. Copyrights. trade-marks. Labels, U. S. and Foreign. Infringement suits prosecuted and defended. Townfn4 liros.. liraariury uik.. ios Angeies. v;il PATENTS Hazard &. Harpham. Los Angeles. Bend for free book' on patents. POULTRY SUPPLIES HENRY ALBERS. 315 . S. Main St. Largest poultry supply House In U. S. Send for free catalogue. SANATORIUM S PRIVATE HOME for ladies during con finement. Best of care. Homes found for children. Mrs. Dr. C. E. Smith. TSl Belle- vue Ave. BAI.LAK1 I-L'I.MONAKY HAS ATOttll'M. P&sadena, Cal, Dr. W. H. Ballard, Madical Director. Write for Booklet. BARRELS AND TANKS. Log Angeles Cooit'rHge Co. and keg. Write for prices. Tanks, barrels OPTICAL GOODS ADOLF FRESE Eyeglasses, . Optical Goods and Draughtsmen and Surveyor's Supplies. Manufacturer and importer. Los An geles, Cal., 128 S. Spring St. Sun-et Tel. Main 1042. Home Tel. 1042. ? NATIONAL WOOD PIPE CO. incorporated Manufacturer of REDWOOD WATER PIPE J0Jl GLENM0RF. Enlarged and improved, all now and fiesh. A roof . , ,, pagoda at an elevation of 75 feet, giving a magnifi cent view of the entire circle of hills and water front. Rooms with board or without boatd, kept In strictly first-class order. Room and board, "J1.D0 to $2.00 per day. Table and service Is not excelled at the rate. E. J. WHITNEY. Propr,. Avalon. MA Tent city- Is the most popular Pacific Co.ist Report. Rest boatingr, bathing and fl::hini? known anywhere. Meal.' Ijc and ui. Regular four-course inealu only 25c. Maximum charge per person for furnished tent f0c per day. LIFE IN A TENT is most enjoyable. Try it once and Fee. HOTEL DEL CORONADO always rpn.' R-ite until December us low as per day, Ameri can plan. Coronado Agency-H. F. Norcross, Agent. 2' So. Spring St., Los Angeles. Special R. R. rates from all joints (yourself and burgage) direct To CORONADO TENT CITY. Ask for- Coronado Ticket. 1 1 From 8 inch to 10-feet Iti diameter. Kor Water Works, Mining and Irrigation Plants. CHEAPER, STRONGER AND MORE DURABLE than riveted Iron or steel pipe. Requires no oxpe-j i to lay and can eas ily be taken up and relaid, as it is absolutely Indestructible. ALL PIPE SOLD UNDER AN ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE. We contract for complete irrigation systems. Illustrated catalogue sent on application. NATIONAL WOOD PIPE CO., Cor. 6th and Mateo St., Los Angeles, Cal. t 4- 33S5SBS ass Girard C&llege Has One That Is Half.. Underground. "That story you told the other day about Girard college," said a reader of Whirl of the World today, "reminds me of a couple of .other curlou3 facts about the college that are not generally known. For instance, how high would you say the wall is?" "About ten feet," was the reply. "Well, It isn't; it's twenty. Don't btlieve it. eh? Neither did I until a gentleman whom I know, and who was living when the wall was built. told me different. He said that Gir ard'si will called for a twenty-foot wall and It had to be built that height. Rut the executors thought it a ridiculous idea .and got around the provision by constructing a twenty-foot wall, but putting half of it under ground. No, I never dug down to verify the story but I believe it. "And did you ever notice that round black stone In the wall near North College avenue? Well, that marks the spot where a mail robber named Perry was hanged in th early part of the last century. In those days robbing the mail was a capital offense, and was was rarely indulged in. This case. I believe, was the lart of that punish ment for robbery", and it attracted so much attention that the spot was marked. And later, when the wall was built, the round black stone was in serted to take the place of the mark that was removed." Philadelphia Telegraph. Hogan O'Toole lost four fingers cil ebratin' the day. Dugan Indade. Did the powther ix plode too soon? Hogan It did not. He was seized with a dizziness whin about to take a dhrink. and dhropped the glass. London Glothing THR BURNAP, Sort Dleo, Col. Centrally located, all electi ic cars pass th door. Iiijco, sunny rooms. Ev erything n-w. appointments first class. Rates .'0c to $J.0( per clay. Special rates by week or moi.tli. Third uml D streets. WM. THOMAS, Propr. Kodaks and Photo Supplies ' 1 ITT. !. . - ' 1 1 r v 1 . . . . . . : I ii c mmc a spsniiiy qi developing, irinung ana tniarj I ' 0 ' Mail 0rJers Givea Prompt Attention. Send for Catalc HOWLAND & CO. 213 S&IBK 7 1 :'! T'.'WV CAL. Kedondo. 17 miles from I Aliirel. rParljeil by th Kr.loiitio Kloetrii- ltt.il war car. Sf eoiul and Spring; Lt Anxjlf Hint P. c tlu Kk-elnc Ky, umi the Mnta Ke. K ficen iniuuto Her lee; Rent your tent cheap. The sizes and prices will suit. Send at once for illustrated catalogue. Further particulars apply to RED0ND0 IMPROVEMENT CO.. A. M. JONES. Agent, 21" XV. Sctconri St. Ixis Angeles. Or on the grounds at Redondo. HKALTH! PLKASURK! COM I'ORT: UVKRVTillNG NKW AND ATTRACT! VK. A few of Redon lo's Attractions: Sailing Roats, ing Roats, V, I'lunge. Fishing, Golf, Tennis. Row Roats, Fish arm Salt Water 1 lathing, Rowling, City The PIONEER ROLL PAPER CO Lob Angeles, Cal. Are the largest Manufacturers of $ Ready Roofing and Building' Papers On the Coast. Our brands are well known : ; Ready Rock, Marble-Face, Granite, Rubber Sanded, Rubber Naxine. Send for Samples and Prices. j L. W. BLINN, Pres. ana Ovn. Manager. 'Southwestern Lumber Co. Lumber and Mill Work, wholesale and retaiL 602 and 603 Trust Building. Wharves and Tards: ton. Cal. Tel. Main 1112. General offices: Nos. 60L San Pedro and Wilmlng LOS ANGELES. CAL. Company. HOTEL REDONDO, Redondo Beach, Gal. The Largest CLOTHING STORE in . Los Angeles, Finest Boys' Department on tie Coast. g Special attention given to MAIL ORDER business from Arizona. No trouble to answer letters. I MID-SUMMER SALE NOW ON AT A REDUCTION OF ONE THIRD ON FINE CLOTH ING FOR MEN The very finest hotel service in a newly r?novati'd. comfortable hotel. Rum mer rates $2.50 per day and up; $12.50 per week and up. All forma of outdoor ind Indoor amusements; frequent electric service from Secon4 end Spring streets. Los ngeles at all hours of day and nlht. REDONDO -HOTEL CO., Redondo. Cal. mffr.J..J..iLfgt a BRIGHTON BEACH HOTEL, Brighton Beach, California "The Society Resort ol the Pacific." All noitMof Amusement. Noted for its fin batlilnfr. Yachting ami F'hinfc Special rates to fniuiliep. bPLENUii) tiaiu service to I.os Angeles. For rates, uilurtsx H. C. FRYMAN, Prop. 3C P. 0., Terminal, Cal. SPEND YOUR VACATION at YE ALPINE TAVERN, the finest mountain resort in California. 6,000 feet above sea level in the heart of the Sierra Madres. Quick transportation to Los An geles by rail. Write agent PACiriC CLCCTRIC RAILWAY, 250 South Spring Street, Los Angeles. CITRIC ROUTE Los Angeles-Pacific Railroad Co. Via Playa del Rey, Manhattan, North Manhattan and Hermosa to Redondo. Also via Hollywood, Colegrova, Sherman, Sawtelle and Soldiers' Home to Santa Monica and Ocean Park. Electric cars run every fifteen minutes from company's office. West Fourth St., ne ar Broadway. 33 i Y T If Ayer's Hair Vigor is the most JCXClir JJ ClllS economical preparation of its kind on the market. It doesn't take much of It to stop falling of the hair, to make the hair grow, or to restore color to gray hair. n. All di-nriHitji. 3. C. Ayr Co., Lowell, Uasa. When in the City visit our store wlietner you wish to buy or not. THE. JAMES. Now open for Bummer tourists, new and strictly up-to-date apartment' house. Two large rooms giving conveniences of live-rcom Hat. Completely funished, linen, china, etc. A fully equipped kitchen, with gas range in each suite; also private bath. Teleph one service. The most complete and unique little homes on the coast. Near all car lines. Rates reasonable. THE J VIES. 943 South Hill Street. LosAnqeles. HOTEL WILSON v?126 WEST FIRST STREETS Remodeled and newly furnished. C entrally located. All street cars pass hotel. Rates 50c up. European plan. LEWIS GRANT. Proprietor. NATICK HOUSE. LOS ANGELES. CAL. RATES: $1.25 to $3.00 per day. Latter with private baths. Rooms 50c up. The most popular house In Los An geles for Arizona people. Has just ad ded a third story and now contains 175 rooms, all newly furnished, with run ning water and elevator. Thirty suites with private baths. Free 'Rus to and from all trains. ...HOTEL CATALINA... 39 So. Broadway, Lop Angeles. Convenient to all street cars, theaters, apd the electric lines to the beaches. Elevator, bell service. Suites with baths. We cater to the Arizona trade. ALEXAN DER & ROLAND. Proprs. itS7?e IMPERIAL Yhen in Los Anqeles Visil The largest and best establishment of its kind on the Pacific coast. Seat ing capacity 1,250. The best orchestra. The ui.sine best on earth. Popular prices. Music all day, which helps to d Igest M ir meals. 243 S. Sprlner St. 242 S. Broadway. Los Angeles. F. J. CO XT A The Palace Cafe and Restaurant Opposite the Nadeau Hotel. ARIZONIANS HEADQUARTERS Concerts every day from 12 to l.SO.from 6 to 7:30, and from 8 to 12 nightly. Best kitchen In connection. Imported and domestic beers on draught. SCHNEIDER eft FIRBER. Proprietors. Hllnbek Hotel. Headquarters for Arizonians. Corner Second and Spring Streets, Los Angeles, California A.'C. BILICKE CO., Props. LeW'S DINING PARLORS. Fresh Fish and Shell Fish Our Specialties. Thoroughly modern, centrally located, excellently equipped, skillfully man aged, popul arly priced. LE V Y'iS 111 XV. Third St. 2G3 S. Main. LOS ANQELES. fAL. HOTEL- VENDOME, " Rooms only. Convenier to all car lines. All outside rooms. Private baths. Rates moderate. Traction cars from either depot pass within half u. hlork ct the house. 231 South Hill St.. Los Aneeles. When In Los A ngeles stop at. HOTEL BROADWAY42?as-ai Convenient to all Car Lines, Theaters, Shopping District, etc. European plan. Newly refitted and up-to-date b ervice. GEO. A. EASTMAN, Proprietor. HOTEL RAMONA LOS ANGELES. Only point where all street "car lines intersect. Summer rates. F. B. MALLORY. Prop. HOTEL GRAY GABLES, Los Angeles, Cal. A high-class American plan, family hotel for transient and permanent guests' at 7th and Hill streets. Close to business center, all car lines and places ot amusement. Excellent music. Call or send for rates. E. R. PARMELEE,Mgr. 9 7