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TITE AKIZ0NA REPUBLICAN, SATTJliDAY MOENINO, JULY 1, 1904
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
PUBLISHED BY THE
Arizona Publishing Co.
GEO. W. VICKERS. Pres. and Gen. Mgr.
Exclusive Morning Associated Presa
Dispatch.
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The only battery of Linotypes In Arl-
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street. Teleohone No. 4T
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beck hotel news stand, and B. T. Gard
per, SOS South Spring; street. '
PHOENIX ARIZONA, JULY 9, 1904.
fir. Grover Cleveland.
Aside from the nominees, the one
man In the United States who will
have sained the largest amount of sat
isfaction from the proceedings of the
democratic national convention is Mr.
Grover Cleveland, a private citizen re
siding at Princeton, New Jersey.
Just eight years ago, after having
been president of the United States for
two terms, and after having enjoyed
the extraordinary honor of being the
presidential candidate of his party In
three campaigns hand-running, Mr.
Cleveland found himself the most un
popular democrat among democrats
In all the nation. The convention of
1S90 was an assemblage of angry, sul
len delegates, attended by an angry
mob. With them the personality of
the nominee was secondary to the hu
miliation of President Cleveland. It
was he that had forced the repeal ot
the Sherman silver-purchasing law; it
was he that had finally "struck down
ellver." There had been three years of
hard times, following the panic of 1893.
The country was discontented and tired
of democratic rule. The success of the
republicans was as nearly certain as
anything could be. It was the deter
mination, therefore, of the democrats
assembled at Chicago to make Grover
Cleveland the scapegoat of the party's
sins and drive him into the wilderness
of. oblivion. Mr. Bryan was nominated
solely because, he had been able to ex
press exactly in his famous speech the
swelling sentiments of the democracy.
AU the pent up exasperation of the
party found a vent in that fervid and
rild harangue.
Nor did democratic anger at Cleve
land subside with the adjournment of
the convention. All through the cam
paign democratic orators and demo
cratic papers denounced Cleveland
more than they did McKlnley. All in
all, Mr. Cleveland had a unique exper
ience. From one end of the country to
the other he heard himself excoriated
by his fellow democrats as a traitor,
Had he dared to appear before any
democratic meeting in that campaign
he would have been insulted and hiss
ed from the platform, president of the
United States though he was.
But "old Grover" never flinched. If
he cared, he made no slgr. That
"backbone like a telegraph pole" never
bended. He went into private life af
ter the election of McKinley, the na
tional chorus of democratic epithets
still ringing in his ears. So far as ap
pearances went, he was the most dis-
The lining Industry In Colorado.
According to the Denver Republi
can, the mining industry In Colorado
Is rapidly recovering from the long
depression that was .caused by labor
troubles. This is especially true of
the Cripple Creek district, which has
been the center of disturbance. Speak
ing of the Cripple Creek output for
Jane, and of the present conditions In
that district, the Republican pays
"Notwithstanding the great excite
ment and disturbance in the Cripple
Creek district and the fact that a ma
Jorlty of the mines were shut down for
seven or eight days, the output of the
camp last month reached an estimated
value of $1,600,000, extracted from 62.
200 tons of ore.
"This speaks well for the district and
for Its ability under an orderly and
peaceful state of affairs to make a
large production of gold. When the
mines are working the output Is large,
for the gold Is In the rocks, and hard
work under Intelligent direction will
get it out.
"The prospect now Is for. unlnter
rupted progress. The labor problem
has been solved by the defeat of the
strike and the employment of Inde
pendent miners in place of those who
needledy and unjustly threw down
their tools and walked out.
"The men now employed are Yeceiv
lng good wages, working In eight-hour
shifts. In this reaped the mine own
ers have continued the condition ex
is-ttng before the rtrlke. There was no
question either of wages or of the
number of hours constituting a day's
work in the district when the strike
was inexcusably and unjustly ordered.
The men had no complaint so far as
the wages they received and the hours
they worked were concerned. It waa on
account of a sympathetic strike they
went out and in the hope of making
the Western Federation dominant
the mining industry of this state.
"In this wrongful and unjust attempt
they were defeated, and the me;, who
have taken their places will continue
to work peacefully and quietly where
the strikers mlarht have continued to
work, if they had1 not tried to turn the
district over to the tender mercies of
the Western Federation of Miners."
There has never been any reason to
doubt that ultimately Jaw aiuj order
would prevail in Colorado, and that the
business of mining would again be on
a stable foundation, and it is gratify
ing to the whole west to know that the
frightful nightmare which has terror
ized the Centennial state ha8 at last
been chased, away.
credited man that had gone from the
White House since Andrew Johnsdn
All wiseacres of the superficial sort
declared that it was a pity Mr. Cleve
land had not rested his fame on the
record made in his first term; as it
wa, the indignities heaped upon him
had mure than onset the honors of a
seco4 Urm, they declared. Four
year later, in 1900, conditions in the
party vere almost the same. Such
tendnci toward a reaction against
radlcUm as manifested themselves
tlii ot include a friendlier feeling to
war Me. Cleveland. He was still a
politic! pariah.
Rt what a change in the last four
yea.f rather, what a change in the
last eix months! The elements which
have been dominant In democracy for
eight ywirs are completely routed.
Bryanisna survives, here and there, to
be sur. bat Bryan himself, after eight
years of undisputed leadership, is dis
credited as badly today as Cleveland
was in 1816. The very name of Cleve
land at St. Louis elicited such tumult
uous cheers as must have been bewild
ering to Mr. Bryan. Cleveland is once
more the greatest man in the demo
cratic party, for there is none to dis
pute the pre-eminence of his
personality. With all his fail
ure, from the republican stand
point, to measure up to the
requirements of the present day In
statesmanship, and notwithstanding
that the American people would not
think of accepting another democratic
administration. Mr. Cleveland's re
markable individuality has triumphed.
He has forced millions of mutineers to
return and acknowledge him bigger
than any of them.
In all the history of American poll
tics the case of Cleveland is without
u parallel. No greater tribute could be
paid to unshaken poise In the; face of
time-serving and the chasing of rainbows.
Jail Better Than Fines.
In Shenadoah, Pennsylvania," several
election officers were convicted of con
spiring to commit a crime against the
elective franchise, whereupon some of
the citizens petitioned the court to im
pose a simple fine upon the offenders.
The court, however, knew Its duty bet
ter, and declined to listen to the mis
taken appeal for clemency. Then the
election officers went to prison.
By merely imposing a fine for such
offenders there can be no hope of de
terring other men from committing thp
same crime against the people. Fines
are easily 'settled by the party man
agers, and the offenders thereby dis
miss the matter with the contention
that they were only "playing the game
of politics" and that no harm was real
ly tione. But when a man is sent to
prison it is another matter. He can
not settle his accounts by the use of a
proxy or by a substitute. He has to
forego his liberty, to eat prison ra
tions, perhaps to wear a striped suit.
and be stamped as a convicted crim-inaL
Were there more rascally election of
ficers and bribers Bent to prison crimes
against the ballot would not be com
mitted so frequently. The poor miser
able fellow who steals a bit of old Iron
to secure money to obtain the price of
a drink is sent to prison for larceny.
wis crime aoes not Injure society to
any appreciable extent, yet he cannot
escape punishment. But the man who
cheat3 at the polls, and the man who
bribes voters are both inflicting a great
wrong upon the entire people, and thus
they are greater criminals than the
mart who is convicted of petty larceny.
We should like" to" see the" law made
and provided for the punishment of
those guilty of election frauds punished
whenever the opportunity is offered.
In this way and in this way only-
can election crimes be reduced in num
ber. Mere infliction of fines is noth
ing. Money losses to such men do not
deter them from committing their of
fenses again. They know that they
will be backed by the party managers
for whom they operate, and thus they
nave no personal responsibility. Going
to prison Is another matter, and even
the most hardened violator of the elec
tion laws dreads a prison cell and the
odium attached.
packing houses, northeast of Armour
dale,, and close to the mouth of t'.i
Kaw,-the water is twelve feet deepv -Armourdale
is practically abandon
cd, the streets running rivers, and this
town of 6,000 may never b rebuilt, two
disastrous floods In thirteen months ut
tefly discouraging a. majority of . Its
former inhabitants. The aggregate
loss will be heavy.
After flooding a portion of the west
bottoms on the Missouri side to a
depth of four feet the water In the job
bing district and In the railroad yards
became stationary at uoon today, und
began to fall when within three blocks
of the union station. The flood In the
west bottoms was caused by the back
water, which receded quickly when th
Kaw began to go down.
The flood conditions in Kansas, off
the Kaw watershed, are still serious
streams at Abilene, Ottawa, Emporia
and Wichita still being high and con
tinuing to rise at some points.
The water is running several feet
deep through a little settlement of
Riverside on the west side of Kav riv
er in Kansas City, Kan. This disttlct
is suffering quite as much as It did
last year, because, although the vol
ume of water In tho Kaw is not nearly
so great as during the June Hood of
last year, the Riverside- district tills
year must withstand the full force of
the overflow from the Kaw, while last
year the Kaw cut a channel direct
from Argentine through the stock
yards and the west bottoms to the
Missouri river. Argentine, Armourdale
and Riverside are all damaged as much
as last year for this reason. In Riv
erside, hundreds of employes of the
packing houses and1 west bottoms fac
tories were driven from their homes
and tonight only the tops of their
houses were visible above the surface
of the water. Scores of houses have
been washed away. The new plant of
the Nelson Morris Pocking company Is
being erected In Riverside.
The unfinished buildings ,are now
surrounded by a lake from six to
twelve feet deep. Around the north
west corner of these bulldlngB the cur
rent is running at such a fearful rate
that the foundation of one of the build
ings was undermined and a portion
6f the walls collapsed. In the erection
of these buildings, it Is said, every
preacution was taken to fortify them
against the effects of 'the flood. A
hundred yards north of the Nelson
Morris packing plants hundreds of
men are working to keep a small in
land Intact around the Riverside elec
tric power house of the Metropolitan
Street Car company. This building re
ceives the full force of the current,
and it requires unceasing vigilance t:o
save Its foundations. Looking south
east and ncrthwest from Rlversldj.
the view is a dismal one. To the north
west for a mile can be seen the low
lands of eastern Kansas City, Knn..
and to the southwest for miles the
stricken Armourdale distiict. all mak
ing one vast lake dotted with the tops
of houses, factories , and other buildings.
o-
Kodak developing and finishing done
at reasonable prices at Donnell's.
Southern
California
Advertisements
THE BROWNSBERGER HOME SCHOOL
A Reliable Business -College
The largest one In Los Angeles. The only one with shade trees or lawns.
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Investigate. Send for catalogue.
F. BROWNSBERGER, Principal.
LOS ANGELES. CAL.
SCHOOL TALKS, NO. 9.
This school teaches business as It is
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Our shorthand department Is the most successful In the Southwest. Special
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for
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47 So. Hope St., LOS ANGELES. CAL.
Offers to parties dei!r:ng accommoda
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Don't register before you call at
Hotel Clarendon
corner Fourth and Hill streets, Los
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Special rates by week.
J. K. McGinnis, Lessee.G. S. Porter, Mgr
HOTEL RAMON A
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8. W. Cor. Spring and Third Streets,
Remodeled and newly furnished.
First Class Accommodations at popular
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State Mutual BuilJing & Loan Astociatiti
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Central Location Excellent Cafe Reatonaole Prices
HEADQUARTERS FOR ARIZONIANS
HOTEL NADEAU
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t?Ao Popular
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Sunbrights Cal. Baby Food will save
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Save money by having your kodak
work done by Donnell.
IS SBgHHa .
fi
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Manufacturers'
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A PLACE OP LIFE AND JOY.
The food is good and people too, at the IMPERIAL, and only a man of poor
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LOS ANGELES.
MILLING a NICKEL, Managers.
243 S. Spring
242 Breadway
BrigHton BeacK Hotel
BRIGHTON BEACH, CAL.
Opens under new management July 2nd. 25 miles from Los Angeles on the
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JOE. MOELy, Manager.
P. O. Address: ' Terminal Island, Cal.
HOTEL PALMS
615 S. EK0ADWAT
LOS ANGELES
In heart of city, - Summer rates 13 week and up to
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This coupon entitles the hoMer to 10 per
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Hotel Neapolitan
811 W. SIXTH ST. LOS ANGELES.
811 tV. Sixth St.. LOS ANOEI.rS.
Nicely furnished rooms, with or without
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up. Free baths; telephone and all con
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MRS. N. J. SMYTH.
THE ROSSMORE.
416 W. Sixth st. Los Angeles.
A splendid rooming house. Close In
location, opposite Central Park. Free
baths, every corvenlence. Just thor
oughly renovated. Rates S3 week and
up.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to tender our thanks to th.j
Pheonix people who by their actions
expressed their sympathy for us in our
recent bereavement, and especially to
the members of the A. O. U. W. an!
the Woodmen of the World under
whose auspices the funeral was con
ducted. '
MRS. R. G. ANDRE.
1ISS HELM A ANDRE.
131111X5
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Mills Coliega P. 0 , . California
gtv II
German-American Saving's Bank.
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M. N. AVERT, President.
(JAIL B. JOHNSON. Vice-President.
C. N. FLINT, Vl.-e-Presldent.
P. i SCHUMACHFP.. Cashier.
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OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS 30 to 8:30 P. IL '
Capital and Surplus
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Assets Over
$4,7oo,ooo.
PAYS
4
Per
Ont
Everything new. Everything perfect
f
185 ft. above
the Sea, overlooking the
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Neither Dust Noise, nor Fog. Two Min
utes from the Heart of the City.
SUMMER RATES
AT
HOTEL ROBINSON.
San Diego, Cal.
Special weekly and monthly rates.
The largest and only first-class hotel
In the city. The best location, appoint
ments, service and table on the coast.
C W. ItOBINSON. Propr.
Sixteen years steward and assistant
manager Hotel del Coronado.
( fill ThIs tension Table-Selected golden C Aft
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Los Angeles' Largest Carpet House II Los Anse,es popular Hotels.
W r " w NATICK HOUSE I HOTEL RnRSI VN
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THE LEXINGTON
DISCOURAGED TOWN
Armourdale, Kan. May Not
Be Rebuilt
10$$$ a a a aa to
m 11 11 r a is a ri
gnuiiill li iiamol
A new up-to-date European hotel.
Cafe in connection. Prices reasonable.
Centrally located. If you come once
you will come again. 443 S. Main, be
tween Fourth and Fifth streets, Los
Angeles.
The Flood in Kansas City Subsiding
bat the Outlying Districts Are Still
Under Water.
Kansas City, Mo., July 8. Tonleht
the Kaw is falling here, and west to
Topeka, and it is confidentially believ
ed that the worst of the flood Is over.
Not for many days, however, will nor
mal conditions prevail at Armourdale.
Argentine and the low portion or east
ern Kansas City, Kan., where hundreds
of houses of the working class are un
der water, and many Dlants are Inun
dated. In the low portion of Armour
dale, which is located in the most un
favorable portion of the flood district,
water Is from three to six feet deep.
while .surrounding the Nelson Morri
VIST YOUR
PROPERTY
For sale or rent with me and
I will find von a customer.
I will also look after your
insurance and collect vour
rent.
R.
II. GREENE,
42 N. Center St. .
MackiCrPrcdcricfcfo.
CORONADO
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V
Entire new management.
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The Phoenix colony at Coronado Tent
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Cars from all depots. Rates 75c dsv and
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Health Giving Baths
LOS ANGELES.
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Elevator and all modern conveni
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American plan $1.50 to $3.00
European plan uOc and up, Los
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A home for Arlzonlans; ' modern,
comfortable. In the heart of the
shopping district: near all theater.
European plan 75c and up. Excel
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The Pacific Electric Railroad is now
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Illumination of Avalon bay and eruption of sugar loaf every Saturday night.
Two' boats dally 3 on Saturdays. ' ' ' 1
BANNING COMPANY "
Los Ajigeles, CaL222 South Spring Sirewt,
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