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ME ARIZONA BEPUBWCAU SAT PJ J DAT MOUSING SEPTEMBER I, 1 U00 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day in tha Year by THE Arizona Publishing Co GEO. W. VICKERS. rrea. and Gen. Mgi. ExcluslTe Mormng Associated Press Dispatches. The only Perfecting Press In Arizona The only tattery f Linotypes In Arizona. Publication officer 36-38 East Adams street. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix, Arlfona, as mall matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mall, dally, one year 19 00 Weekly, one year 2.00 Cash In advance. BY CARRIER. Dally, per month 78 ct I'lIOKNIX, ARIZONA, SEPT. 1. 190C. Don't leave the city for mountain or beach without having The Repub lican accompany you. It will be a long daily letter from home. You will be lonesome without it. MR. BRYAN'S HOME COMING. A review, or a comprehensive criti cism of Mr. Bryan's speech, can only be made by those who have ample time and a world of space at their command. "With the characteristic Bryan method, he recited almost every point of human unhappiness and ca'led attention to a score of conditions that should be rem edied. This is the artful dodge of every skillful speaker who seeks to" curry favor with the masses. By dwelling upon their woes the feeling arises that the sreaker is with them and of them. His prominence at the time instinct ively begets the conviction that he is the Moses who has come to lead them out of the wilderness. It is a fact that any man of ordinary intelligence can propound more ques tions and call attention to more desir able reforms in an hour than a wise acre can answer or outline in a year of study and argument. It will be con tended that Mr. Bryan with each sub ject, referred to a curative measure. That is true in the main but most of his "curative measures" are themselves as doubtful and as much open to argu ment as the evils that called for their suggestion. It is not proposed at this time to point out the blowholes in any specific remedy that Mr. Bryan has offered. There are too many of them. When he shall have trimmed the iist of his proposed reforms to a number practicable for incorporation in a party platform, forced that platform upon the democratic party and then climbed upon it himself, there will be plenty of time to take them up seriatim and discuss their merits. The address as a whole, enthusiastic In its alleged de'ense of the masses. against the wrongs to which they are subjected, seems more than any pre vious effort of Mr. Bryan, intended to captivate the galleries. Mr. Bryan even though a patriot, has become a politician. As such he is making the best of his opportunities. Some of his statements were positive'y ludicrous and others, it was too evident, were but the "stalling" of a politician who felt it Incumbent to say something on the subject lest he be charged with evad ing the issue. His criticism of the pol icy in the Philippines was necessary to comport with his previous utterances and the best he could do was to sug gest that the nation should hasten to announce its intention to do in the archipelago what it has already done in Cuba. He was unmindful of the fact that just now it appears that the Phil ippine policy is resu'ting more satis factorily all around than the Cuban jMilicy. If he sought to be conservative he would be forced to admit that in gieat measure, both are yet but ex perimental and still In evolution and in both instances this government has done well. The issue which made Mr. Bryan famous, free and unlimited coinage of silver, he passes with what must have been intended for a joke. The raTure of his dire prophecies to materialize is accounted tor by an unprecedented dis covery of gold. Because this fortunate circumstance occurred he is willing to let bygones be bygones and forget the issue. Were he a patriot in the fullest pense and honest in his convictions, he would not p.iss so lightly the chief issue in a nation's prosperity, its mone tary system. He must know that the remarkable production of gold is liable to stop at any time, when a 1 the old troubles and more, too, were Mr. Bryan correct, would face the nation. Mr. Bryan's welcome home was surely a complimentary one. an incident that undoubtedly moved him to the most tender ami sincere sentiment?. But even in this his friends of the press saw their opportunity for political cap Hal and made the most of it. The lad of his being a plain citizen was fea tured more than would have been any title that he could have secured, even by the votes of the people. The cod fact is that the demonstration was not because he was a "plain" citizen but because he has enjoyed more distinc tion than most people who have suc ceeded in securing a title. As the cen tral figure In two presiden"al c am." , paigns and a leading character in an other; as the possible candidate in still another; as a colonel of volunteers; as a man who has presumed to point the receptlon committee with his cockney way for the reformation of almost ' isms and his Parisian mannerisms, then everv evi' and lastlv as a trlobe-trotter. the leading- papers of the metropolii appointed by himself as a committee of one to visit every foreign land, study ! conditions, and returning tell what Is the matter with this one, he is neces sarily a notable person, in whose move ments there is universal interest. ! Seven hundred miles from Arizona ! to the state capital, and no pass; Only' one vote in three for her legislators j when they get there ! ! Two-thirds of ! .i. wm, . . l.I the bills for Arizona to pay when the 1 J 1 session is over ! ! ! More officeholders j than at present and three-fourths of them New Mexicans ! ! : I And Ari zona paying the biggest half of their salaries : '. '. ! ! Government appro priation for joint state schools ex pended In bringing New Mexico's edu cational institutions up to standard !'!:!.' New Mexico's repudiated bonds legalized !:::::! And Ari zona to help pay them !!!!!!!! And "Bull" Andrews for senator ! !!:!!:: : And Pinhead Hughes for attorney general? . .!fi( ( Ye gods, this is too much; the screamer matrices are burned out. The principal argument against sep arate statehood In past years has been that it was too expensive, that Arizona could not afford to pay the salaries of . a st'te government. The majority of ; the. t.conlc have contended that it was worth the price to Arizona. But all, I or nearly all. will aree that Arizona cannot afford to pay for a state gov ernment for New Mexico and still re main a vassal herseil. Delegate Andrews must have thought the political boomerang was a new i thing in Arizona, that the people had ' not yet learned how to sidestep it. But nobody ever saw a device of this sort 1 curve back more gracefully toward i the thrower than his private confiden- tial. mimeograph, Rough Riders' letter. , And about the campaign speakers for I the New Mexican invaders? Who is j going to pay them? The little coterie ; of local jointists who threaten to take j the stump should get their money In ' advance. They should demand the un- ion scale, business. too, for it will be strenuous Arizona's svmpathv for the gentle- men who hn,o ,h vw ,., i to innate him with "Yankee vanity" warrants is sincere, but the gild on the j Undoubtedly Mr. Bryan has been am brick is too thin to appeal to her for , plified in knowledge and in observation investment. ! b' his world jaunt, but the European Of course Captain Wilcox wa? very nice about it. but what he really meant was "mind your own business." WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH KANSAS?" Several Kansas exchanges contrib ute a symposium on Mr. White's fa mous question. The Newton Republi can starts off by saying: "A stalk of I corn raised on the Page House farm, i near Sedgwick, is on exhibition at Henry Gardner's office today. It lacks ! only a few inches of being fifteen feet ! tall." I To which the Harper Sentinel adds: "(. W. Parsons threshed a single ' acre of oats this week that yielded 150 bushels. The acre was picked out j as the zest one in the field and the j as the best one in the field and the i formerly been in alfalfa. We believe that this w'll be the oat record for the I state for a single acre. A field of ' about sixty acres threshed by Mr. i Parsons marie an average yield of fifty 1 bushels to the acre." I And the Cleveland correspondent of i the Leader-Courier tops it off with j this: "The mail carrier came in very late 1 KY:day evening. A stalk of corn had j fallen across the road out west of i Cleveland, and several hours were i consumed in clearing the right of j way." Kansas City Journal. o WOMAN'S IMPORTUNITY. j Meeting- a negro a certain certain southern gentleman askerl him how he was getting on. The negro assumed a troubled look and replied: "Oh, so far as physicality goes, I'm all right; but I sho" do have ma troubles wif ma wife." 'Well, Sam. I'm sorry to hear that. What seems to be the matter'." "She thinks money grows on trees, I reckon. All de time she keeps pes trein' me foh a pinch of change. If it ain't a doliah, it's a half or a (iuar tah she wants." What on earth does she do with t lie money ?" "I dunnii. Ain't nevah her none yet." Philadelphia ledger. A way to look Young. No uncertainty ; no lonp: waiting for results. Apply Hapan's Magnolia Balm to your face and you'll have a smooth, girlish complexion. It is a delicately perfumed lirmid which puts youthful beauty where sijjns of aire Ix-jim to ap jienr. Clears the skin of freckles, pim ples, sallowness and other blemishes. Our service is quick, polite, exact. City Wood and Coal Co. Phone Main 54. Madison and 3rd Sts,' BRYAN THROUGH FOREIGN EYES. "When Mr. Bryan hits New York, if he does not dumfound that mammoth of two countries that nave taaen the their midst will be found in default in j lneir estimates. Of course, the "great commoner may carefully hide sutn evident marks of cosmopolitanism, but he can no more disguise the fact that he has been broadened from a provin- cial to a man of the world than he can rectify the error of reading his Fourth of July speech from manuscript. It was, indeed, this gigantic act of folly tnat mad3 nim tne rynoaure of the London set. That the man who reels , , . . off language of a breezv type with the diction and elegance of an encyclopedia pirate would read in studied style a carefully prepared dissertation upon the spread-eagle theme of American independence convinced London that Mr. Bryan was kowtowing to the stan dards of superior refinement that fur nished the atnrosphere of his privileged environment. ! The London Globe, particularly, has I kept its calm judicial gaze upon the j Nebraskan,' and lately oracularly an- nounced its decision that he is both a j man and a gentleman, the former by inherent right, the latter through the assimilation of British and continental ideals. So it happens that the man of the masses will come home carrying with hiin the unwritten commission of the British e'ite to regard himself as a cosmopolitanized American, tempered both in manners and in view. The Globe assumes that this Is what Mr. Bryan went abroad to secure, that it is the thing that will furnish him with j final acceptance to his countrymen, and j lllat 11 constitutes another link between the crude republic of the west and the 1 ancient and honorable orders of Eu rope. The Paris Temps describes the great entrancer as circling the globe in order to fill out the contour of his personality so that he will measure in magnetic girth the ample political dimensions or the present incumbent of the White House and so be certain to outpropor tion those of any other man in the country. According to the Paris jour nal. Mr. Bryan has seduously sought to discount the place that Mr. Roose velt holds in the amour propre of the American peop.e through his diplo , ma tic achievements and other exploits j in relation to the old world. To ac- VomP1,sh, this ,Mn I!r'art dropped down in ht. Petersburg and gave to the douma tne aroma of h,s excellence. he then reached Tronjhfim on coronation day. Uitted over to England in time tw Ptllbind the inter-rariiamentaiy -""" "" -huck r-aris m tne dud season. wnen more attention could be devoted to him than at any other time. These judiciously planned contacts m i the opinion of the Temps have strved ' fele 11,1,1 tne ntmentai air that is j 'm.red by his fellow countrymen and I j . v.. .nrtl suppose ne win conduct journals that I ins campaign with stereopt icon lec lures on "What I Picked Ii, Ahroad" will find themselves at fault in iln ir I conception of the great American art j of fighting a political ba tt le. Bait i more American. Mr. Buggins Never mind im- 1, in- H n see tnat your grave is kept green i-Mrs. Buggins That's just like vou. you mean, horrid thing. You just oj - "mi iii lj green is to me. Philadelphia Kecord. Ever Eat 'Anything ? If so. remember we steak our repu tation on our meats. Our coffee is our pride. 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Uhc ENGLISH KITCHEN Our cook, Charlie, does all his own dairy pastry. Meals served, in pri vate rooms, extra fine, by Quong. CHARLIE & QUONG, Props., 25 and 27, N. First St. Phona Red 143. The California Restaurant Gloves Harness Saddles AT WHOLESALE PRICES ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. Phone Black 1492. 45 N. Center St., Phoenix as tea-Roosevelt Stage Co. MESA, ROOSEVELT, Daily Except Sunday. Leave 6:00 a. m. Mesa Leave 6:00 a. m. Rooaevelt Arrives at Glob rollowtng day at 4 p. m. " We are prepared to handle 'alow and faat rrelsrht In any quantity. ;j Write for rates. General Office: Mesa. Arizona. 1 iinimim In arranging you via from Chlcapo or St. Louis to New York equipment, fast time via Niagara Fall s, Lierkshire hills. ROSS C. CLIN E. P. C. P, Agent. If you don't find what want elsewhere you US. Our Summer Lines Are Complete THE EASTERN STORE SELIM ACKEL, Prorietor 244 . Washington Street pupil through the beauty of each new chord or movement. ONLY THE BEST. E. N. JENKINS. Manager. P. C. 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