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THE AlilZOXA REPUBLICAN; WEDNESDAY MOUSING, MAllCJt 10, 1904.,
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED BT TH Arizona Publishing Co. OEO. W. V1CKERS. Pre. nd Gen. Mgr. Exclunive Morning Awnxuai! . fr Dispatcher . -" The only Perfecting Press In Arisona. The only battery of Linotypes In Art lona. Publication office: 8- East Adams Street. Telephone No. 471 Entered at the poetofftce at Pnoenii Artaoaa, a mall matter of the tecead STTBSCRTPTION RATES. pr mall, dally, one year Ij JJO Mreekly. one year -w Cash In advance. BT CAKRIER. f)lly. per month 71 oU. Arlnna visitors to the Coast will And The Daily Republican on aale at the fol lowing places In Ixs Angeles: Pollen keck hotel news stand, and B. F. Oara ser. tt South Spring street. PHOENIX. ARIZ.. MARCH IB, 1904. As to nr. Hearst. Dear, dear! Why cannot somebody tells us the truth r.bout this man .Hearst? Is he a man cr a myth? a statesman or a; clown? a great editor or merely a checkbook which - com mands the brain3 of others? a bis "he" man or simply "mamma's pet"? a man : of intellect or an ambitious liss? a man fit to meet men and women of respect- ability or a "moral leper"? It would be so much better to hive these questions settled before the hot weather comes on, for it cerUinly looks now as if Mr. Hearst will b? a much discussed individual a f;w mcnths hence. He will be the moal impoi t ant single factor in the national demo cratic convention, and the chances that he will secure the nomination seem ct. least equal the chances of all other democrats combined. That he has established an alliance with "Wllliani J. Bryan is r.o longer ques tioned, and if he and Bryan car.not win it will mean the defeat or that ele ment o: the party whic as been In ab solute control for eight years. The country has just, awakened to the formidable showing that Hearst is making, and all at once It is recognized by the press of both parties that he if looming up like an iceberg in the path way cf the old democratic ship. "Within a week the Hearst movement has manifested its strength in all parts of the country. Arthur P. Gorman, finding it impossible to make any head way in the south, has practically with drawn from the race. There Is a strong Hearst organization ' in every southern state..-; Here in Arizona the only noUe is made by the Hearst boom ers, and at present the appearances Indicate that hie first investment will prove sufficient unless the precinct workers raise a howl for a "divvy" of the "expense money." The old-line democrats are fo disgusted that so far they have been unable to pull them selves together in opposition to the Hearst boom. In Kansas the most'lSor ular democrat In the state started out to secure- thef chairmanship of the state committee, but he was forced to aban don the field beacuae he wan not for Hearst. The Rhode Island democrats met in convention Monday,-' and con trary to all expectations elected a Hearst delegation to the national con vention. In Illinois the correspond ent of the. Brooklyn Eigle (which advo cates the nomination of Cleveland) who la traveling over the country to ascertain the trend of democratic sen timent, reports: ' '" "If this election of - delegate to .the national convention were to be held Immediately Mr. Hearst would be the Illinois candidate for president: he has a thoroughly Organized personal ma chine in every county of the state." . And the Eagle man found nothing to Justiry a hope that Hearst will r.ct b "utrongcr in Illinois when the state con vention meets than he Is now. Mr. Hearst owes none of his Ftrength to the democratic newspapers if we ex cept the papeis which he owns. Many democratic papers' are denouncing him more bitterly than they ever abused a republican. Few of them discuss, hir. candidacy as calmly as the Montgom ery (Alabama) Advertiser, which says: "The Advertiser does not believe that Mr. Hearst should bo thought of in connection with the presidency for many reasons not necessary to state; but all tan be included in the broad statement that he hasn't a single at tribute that would attract the think ing, conservative clement of the Ameri can reople," Undoubtedly there is widespread and increasing turlosity to know more about Hearet the- man. There is a feeling that his nam? at the masthead of his new papers only stands for a fat bank nccoura. The San Francisco Star, which pro fesses to knew all about Mr. Hearst, Is. supplying information to meet thi3 growing curiosity. Papers, however, which conduct cleanly columns and have a family circulation will ignore the filth which is being gathered con cerning Mr. Hearst's private life. But It is interesting to learn from the San Francisco papers that he "received what little education in use ful knowledge he lyis frcm a private tutor. He never enjoyed the demo-cratii- advantages of a public school nor even those of ott? life. He tried to qualify fi r Har vard but failed. His manner of living was such while'a boy at Cam bridge that President EMot would not admit him. Although a member of congress, he has not cast a single vote In the house, nor made a speech, nor made a point of order, nor rr.oved to adjourn." . But while. Interesting, this Jnforrna ti on, 'even If true, is of no special value. Of Mr. Hearst's efcapades when a bey, either at school cr elsewhere, the coun try w ill hot. care to hear. There is'a rtatute. of limitations in the public mind which tuns against boyhood fol lies If they ore offset by a clean life in manhood. And It .weighs for noth ing that Mr. Hearst, seivlng his first term in congress, 113s made P3 speeches. Only an extraordinary oc casion would give him, a new member, an opportunity to show his mettle, and there have been no extraordinary oc casions since he entered congress in December. " I truthful, however, the follcwlng from the San Francisco pa per already quoted Is Important as throwing needed light on Hearst the. man: "He never made a ten-minute . po litical speech In all his lif.e' Hi never has written ten lines on a political question In all his life. " He declines all invitations to speak, and sends out letters In reply, written by his clever hired men, but signed 'William Ran dolph Hearst H- talk of himself In his papers, but connot talk f:r him self anywhere." ' . ; . - Assuming that Mr. Hearst has a fair nrr.ount of integrity, the real question In which the country is now interested is whether he is a man : of brains a man of sufficient ability, to avoid dis gracing the country were he 1 elected president. Upon this point we con fess that further testimony .'must be heard. That he has made a remark able success cf his papers cannot be questioned. He had made a great pa per of the San Francisco Ex-iminer be fore the death of h'la father. One of his biographers asserts that with' the estate of $30,000,000 left by his father to draw upon, he went from San Fran cisco to New Tork with the determina tion to cwn and create the greatest and best newspaper in the world, but after lcoking over the situation he con cluded that he could -easier win dis tinction by conducting the worst news paper in the world. Th? Rochester Democrat and Chionide fairly ex presses the sentiments cf the leading newspapers of the country, democratic end republican, when it says: "It is sufficient to say that as a presidential candidate he is mentally, morally, socially and politically the rrcst preposterous and disgraceful proposition ever associated by aspira tion cr suggestion with that great of fice. His New York. paper has pan dered more diligently and successfully to the weaknesses and passions of merf nnd women than any other journal this country has ever seen. If primacy in that line is evidence of tilon.t. Mr. Hearst has it." Notwithstanding all these indict ments, however, it seems clear to any unprejudiced mind that ro man could achieve the great financial success that Mr. Kearst has achieved unless po sessing naturally great execum-e abil ity. We should advise the Jury to consider carefully before adjudging Mr. Hearst a nincompoop. It goes for lit tle that he does not .write for his cwn papers. Neither does Joseph Pulitzer, James Gordon Bennett, Beriah Wilkins cr Mike de'Toung; and yet the New York World, the New York Herald, the Washington Poet and the San Francisco Chronicle 'are. among the loremost papers of the world, and their proprietors exercise a k?en supervision over them. 'And Mr. Pulitzer, Mr. Eennett, Mr. 'Wilkins and Mr. de Young areamcng our greatest "editors." Why refuse Mr. Hearst a place with them? And Mr. Bryan Is not a fool. He has picked Hearst for a winner, and a man in as deadly enrnest as Bryan al ways is . would not deliberately select an Intellectual weakling to make he fight of the Eryanized democracy. rAfter,;iIl,. republicans aro, chiefly con-i-erned with Mr. Hearst s chances for the nomination". They arc devoutly hoping that Tie -will w in, for a cam paign between Mr. Rocsevelt and Mr. Hearst will make republican success so certain that, the business of the country will be scarcely disturbed by the presidential campaign. The Candidacy of mies. We hasten to congratulate General Neifon Appleton Miles. The ambition of his life is to be satisfied, at last. A dispatch -from Oil City, Pennsylvania, in ' yesterday's Republican explained that General Miles' Is to be the Candi date of the prohibition party for presi dent if the prohibitionists want him. It must be admitted that the pros pects for the election of the prohibi tion candidate this year are not the brightest, bit General Miles probably has discounted all that. And to be tho canaidate or the prohibition party beats obscurity so far that Obscurity is left at the post. For many years General Miles treasured an ambition to be the presidential candidate of thi republican party or the democratic party he didn't care which. Being a warrior, he was not supposed to have political convictions that could not be adjusted to harmonize with any plat form 'upon which he might be nomi nated. The general did go ao far, however, as to become an "anti-im-perlalist" after he discovered that the republican nomination was beyond his grasp. But what he thought of finan cial and tariff questions and the vari ous other issues which have divided thj two great parties he hub discreet ly kept to himself. The Oil City friend who quotes the general wifely proposes to break the latest newa to the country gradually. The full text of the Miles letter win be given out shortly, we hope, and then we can judge whether it will be advisable for the republicans and dem ocrats to effect a fusion in this cam paign in order to head off the prohibi tionists. The only information vet vouchsafed to a, breathless electorate Is th general's rirm assurance: "It remains with my friends to say what rervices I shall render further to my country." There ppoke the soldier: Once more ring's the clarion voice that was ever ready to fell the country what klud of uniform the American ; army officer sho'Jld don in order to go forth to conrve-r. Once Ynore we hear the words of him who led the gory host3 of Americans through blood stained Porto Rico. We hear, and we are comfort ed. We had betrun to fear that we should never- see General Miles' as a presi dential candidate. Also, -we beg to congratulate Gover nor Hughes, the editor of our esteemed contemporary, the Tucson Star. Gover nor Hughes is the original Miles boomer. Never for a moment has. he wavered in his advocacy of Miles for president. He has not been sur at all times, as to the ticket upon, which Miles should make the race, but the governor has been certain always that Miles was the man to run. And as it falls out. the -nomination of Mills by the prohibition party will be entirely satisfactory to Governor Hughes. The stars In their course por-end the nomi nation of Marcus Aurellus Smith for delegate to congress by the demp crats this year. The Star is a demo cratic paper, but it Is not so awfully democratic that it can swallow Smith. The governor is not ns agile as he once was. ana ne aoes not icusn ..- t Idea of taking to the brush all through j the campaign. He wants a candidate for whem he- can fight. He is a. prac tical rrohibltionist himself, and with out violating any scruples can cham pion the prohibition cause. At least. He can whoop it up for Miles throun o it the campaign and ignore Ariso-.i.x politics. If it were true that Mr. F. M. Mur phy or any other capitalist contem plated the construction of an electric line to the Tor.to Basin dam it would be exceedingly good news for Phoenix. But according to some wise people it is suficient reason to condemn the road bonds thr.t the proposed road might te available for an electric line hereafter. Unfortunately, so far as Mr. Murphy is concerned. The Repub lican feels warranted in saying that he does not Intend to construct the pio ppsed clecti :o line. The lawlessness of citizens at Tcl luride. Colorado, in their war with the oppressive miners' union cannot be countenanced, any more than the law lessness of the miners themselves. The time has arrived for everybody i.i Colarod to take a new grip on sanity Concerning the road bonds; land lords should remember that their in terests are identical with the interests of the business men who pay rent. TO CURE A COi-D IN ON5 DAY. Take Laxative Bromo qulnrne Tableut All druggists refund the money if it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on each box. 25c. . A RICH MAN'S BAD INVESTMENTS The inventory of the estate of Robert 1. Cutting,-1 once a mlllionaiie, and from his financial training presumed o posresa shrewdness as an investor, re veals an extraordinary accumulation of worthless "securities." Valueless second mortgage bon.ls, shares in "wildcat" oil and .zinc enter prises, mining stock not worth the paper it was printed on, make a for midable total of repudiated corpora tion obligations which wrecked an ample fortune and left its owner i:i debt at his death. Out of 60.000 sharo3 iu forty-six companies only 200 are re turned by the appraiser as of value, and these at current quotations -ire worth exactly $1,000! Such we;e tho "assets" of a man of wealth supposedly, as : partner in :i brokers' firm. . familiar with ' values. Merely to conjecture how many small fortunes and rainy-day hoards were wiped out by "investment" in the-sami swindling companies is to gain an Idea of the cnti.o helplessness of the inex perienced investor who depirts from the beaten track of low-interest invests menu g-j.-insnteeing reasonable fecur :ty of the orincip.il. The conscienceless promoter of the "get-rich-quick" enterprise is of th.' same pattern whether he i3 after' "an old woman's million" in Puiis to ex change for ship-building bonds or angling for the widow's little nil. Pr.ic -tices lire countenanced in him which are virtually the acts of the bunco o iicjiei , ium ior wricn only ;n ( u.s of direct pr;of of criminal Intent is there recourse j;t l:iw for hi3 dupes. New York World. W.MTING. Kditor (of mepazinc) Whit's the lay about my Retting In? dc- St. Peter Ycu paid on publication didn't you?" ' "Yes." "Well, pome of your cont ribtrtors are inside, end I've agreed, to l?t you wait until all their' stories have p peared." Life. ' People never charge -to hard luck anything- that ' happens' to a' r?M-kle?s man. Atchiron Globe. TAKING COLD? Then you need instant attention. You feel chiliy and have freciuent sneezin? spells. You'H be surprised at th-; amount of good a few doses of Ho tetter's Stomach Bitters will do you. Try it today. Besides ''counterMft'n? Chills, Colds and LaGrippe it is also unequanea ror Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation, Insorrnia, Poor Aipetite, Dizziness and Malaria. Thousand-i are using it with great satisfaction. Why not try a bottle? t ' HOSTETTEB'S STOMACH BITTERS "STRONGEST IN JHE .WORLD.'! THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATUS. HENRY B HYDE, Founder. Outstanding Assurance Dec. New Assurance Issued in 1903. .... Income - Assets Dec. 31, 1903 ... .. , Assurance Fund aad all other liabil ities .. ... '..,r: Surplus Paid Policyholders in 1903. JAMES W. AT EXANDER, President. JAMES H. HYDE, Vice-President. EDWARD GRUNSFELD, Man'gr, AIbuqiercitief N. M. C. T. WALTERS, Dist. Agent, - Rooms 3 and 4 Creighton Block, Phoenix, Arizona. f Three Good Forties. 40 Acres A Snap Southeast of Phoenix. One nnd one-half miles of city limits, splendid soil, in alfalfa, wheat, and watermelons, 10 inches of water in Salt canal. Five room adobe house in good condition. The forty is well fenced and cross fenced, $2300. ' 40 Acres A Snap Three milesi north of 'Alhambra. Four room frame house, good , well. Fenced and cross fenced 20 acre3 in alfalfa, 20 in sorgum, full amount of water In Arizona canal. Forty acres of the best soil under the Arizona canal, $2,000. v 40 Acres Two miles north of the city, 7 room house, all in alfalfa, with 23 Inches of Grand water stock. I vocation taken into considera tion it cannot' be beaten for the money, f 5,000. i .... WOOD-O'NEILL REAL ESTATE COMPANY Tel. Main 365. O'Neill Block. Southern California . Advertisements Southern California Savings Bank 4 isisk k? :it fi: tti w n r Jc.1 f A Pen ptw iSrtZtl! wine, ground floor. Our nw home, entire p-1 5 ?ff ' tt: r.Hffln. sec'y.: J. M. Elliott, prest 1st '.' j fefytr'r -Kafl Bank. Is Angeles: W C. Val- ' J l"'- V,i:wi.-;" i-J ii terson, prest. Los Angeles National . K-'-ir-it-t-IZ'Z'i - rin r.k : 1 1. Jevne Grocer.. W. p.. Wool-.. . 1 L O S AN G E L E S PR E-F ERRED' LI5T The purpose of this column la to supply tne Arizona-public, with- the names and addresprm of thnroiiphly rolinbl Lcp Anirfles establishments. The list wii; f found particularly valuable to those viojtinK the Coast. In dealinir with Re publican aifvertis:rs be sure to tell them where you saw the advertisement. They. will appreciate It and so will Tho ltepuhlimn. , . . BOOTS ANDvSHOES. 1 f CARPETS AND RUGS. KEfiAL SHOES by Mail. J.TS per pair, express prepaid. 1H0 styles for MICN AND WOMEN. 141 Bir.es nd widths, one price. 55 Ftore. Tannery 10 consumr. Catalog nnd self measure ment blanks on postal request. Ijos An Keles store 22H W. Third St., near Broad way. A. S. Vandegrift. Manager. BARRELS AND. TANKS. TjOB Angeles Cooperage Co. Tanks. rl8 and egs. Write for prices. bar- BUSINESS COLLEGES. BROWNSBERGER HOME SCHOOL 953-5-7 W. 7thSt.. LosAngclc. Cal. 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You can deposit in our large strong savings bank by mall. 110 lu.tiitrr vtutrit: j'u ait;. a (y Interest! compounc fi ynannually, paid on pa 'TT. .certificate. $1.00 start piatter where you are. inded semi- assbook or starts account. Officers and Directors. J! IV Braly, prest.; Chas. II. Toll, T. BII.l.TNGTON CO., 312-4 S. Broad way. Curtains, draperies, China and Ja- fiai ac mattings. All kuuls o lloor cover- POULTRY SUPPLIES. HENRY- ALBERS, 315 S. Main St. T.argcrt poultry supply house in -U. 8. 5fnd for f r cntaloyiie. " SANATORIUMS. PRIVATE HOME for ladies during con flrfment. Host' of ca-e. Homos found for children. Mrs. Dr. C. E. Smith. 727 Belle vue Ave. . ' TI.T,ARIi PULMONARY" SANATOR IUM, Pasadena. Cal., Ir. W. II. Pallard. Medical Director. Write for Booklet, OPTICAL GOODS. ADOLF FRESK , Eyeglasses, Optical Goods anc Draughtsmen and Surveyor's Supplies Manufacturer and importer. Los An geles, Cal., 126 S. Spring St. Sunse' Tel. Main 1042. Home Tel. 1042 PATENTS. PATENTS. Copyrights, trale-mnrks. Labels, U. S. Rnd Foreign. Infringement uits prosecuted and defended. Townsend Bros.. Bradbury blk.. Lob Angeles, Cal. PA.T EN TS Hazard & Harpham, Los AtipaIp. Spnrl for frp. honk on ralnt. and Photo Supplies, PICTURES AND FRAMING i 1 -r-rhlM-; A. H. Ttrnlv. vlfp nrit.- J.' H We make a specialty of Developing, Printing and Enlarging. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. Send for Catalogue. HOWLAND s m MT?S5W Houses anil Lots on easy monthly payments. "'' Buy !a oome and p:iy r it out of . Rent Money. - You can do it if you wiU see 11 GREENE, 42 N. Center St. j.DORRIS THEATRE F. W. STECHAX Manager Engagement for six nights, ?Tnnr1av evening. March 14. starting Matinee ! Saturday afternoon. THE GREAT FA ITS I Frof. Chas. W. and Etta it. Fait in their wonderful demonstrations of HYPNOTISM Modern Spiritualism I Magnetism, Mental Telegraph, Mind Reading and Mystery; assisted by their company. v Entire change of programme nightly. Reserved seats at Goodman's. 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Altitude 4,500 feet. Good Hunting. . ' Saddle and Driving Horses. Sunny Rooms and -Excellent Table. - Pure Wafer. Under - New Management andv Thoroughly Renovated. Daily Stage and Mait Route -Automobile Line From Tucson to Oracle. WRITE P OR RATEH . ; MACH I N E V O R K S. KUN? BROS. & MESSENGER. " A"ll kinds of ' Machinery built and repaired. We have a complete otitnt'of fools for rearing Engine and Pump Cylinders without reriioV ins them from their foundation. First class work, guaranteed. .Second hand Machinery always on hand. Telephone Red 823. Cor Second and Adams Sts. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. PKESCOTT BUSINESS FIRMS. otel Burke AMERICAN PLAN, -. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA.. . 1Q5 rooms. All modern convenience.-. A fitrlctly flist-clasa and modern hotel. Sample rooms for commercial men. f Bashfofd - BufRiister Company r WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN -,.' I . ..." . - - t X General ' Merchandise Prescott, Arizona. WE CARRY FULL LINES OF EVERYTHING. WE HAVE A BIG STORE. WE DO A BIG BUSINESS, B JT CAN DO MOKE. When in Prescott it will pleat ue to have you call and flet acquainted. THE. PALACE ' PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. " Str.ctly on the European plan. Rooms by the day, . week or month. Finest bar and club rcoms in the BOutHwee' BKOW, SMllll & BLLCULK, Proprietor. ..... THL KOFfMAN B I Vt KYIHINfa MUST CUSS Michelot B on Iraught HIRSCWELD. PtRKINS A GIBSON Proprietors . 'V J"!1 "J1 ,S,,I' 552 'J. 'Z"l' '81 'I1 'J 'J1 "l1 J ....THE PALACE.... V HIRSCHICID PERKINS. Preoe. ImfWMtwd and Domestic Wine Liquors and Cigars -PUoenu - .. . - Arnon'a jr . M9J, . ii if 1 j'.i 11 if 1 i?i if iilfi A A iti fti af Aih THE CLU3 STABLES Ore block north of Hotel Ad&ms on North Center Street. Nobby . turnout. 4afe and wpeedy stock. W. L. GEORGF & CO. - God TurnouU, Good Saddl Horccs. DUBLIN CORRAL. -' UVERY 7KQ SALE STABLE. A. V. VAN D0KLN, Proprietor. Tel. Black 513. 1 19 E. Jefferson St.' You Must vStop for a warm Voom nd quiet night's rest... The Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona.. Sootrs Sanisl-Pcpsm Capsyls 0 A POSITIVE CURE ' For Inflammation orCatnrrh of the Bladder and Diseased Kldr.eji. No cure no pav. Cures quickly aud Perma nently the worst cases cf Gonorrhoa and Gleet, na matter of how long stand. inf. Absolutely harmlfss. ' Sold by druggists. Prtc $1.00, or by mail, postpaid. 1 I , I Q L..n. ."I T tuc tinTii.Brtcii pn ty SELUFONTAINIi. OH'O. ELVEY & HULETT; AGENTS. Nloney to Loan at Low Rates For building or on Improved city property. Stats Mutual Building & Loan As&octatloa .Of Los Angeles, Cal. . Tf you want a loan call on our agents. K. V.. PASCOE.110 N. Center St., Phoenix. .T. KRNKST WALKER. Phoenix.