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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SUNDAY SIORKINGv SEPTEMBER 2, 1'JOG 2 THE ARIZONA' REPUBLICAN Published Every Day in the Year bj THE Arizona Publishing Co GEO. W. VICKER8. rrea. and Gen. Mffi. Exclusive MormE( lussociatea Press Dispatches. The only Perfecting Presa In Arizona The only battery ef IJnotypea In Arizona. Publication office: 36-38 Eaat - Adams street. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second claaa. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mall, dally, one year 19.00 Weekly, one Tear 2.00 Cash In advance. BY CARRIER. Daily, per tnontn 75 cts The Arizona Republican is on enle at all of Amof street news stand wagons in Los An geles, San Diego and Long Bench. UNIQ N "1lABEL PHOENIX, ARIZONA, SEPT. 23, 1906. For Delegate to Congress Wm. T. Cooper MR. COOPER'S CANDIDACY. There was never before a time when republican -success in Arizona seemed so certain. Advices from the southern part of the teritory where Hon. V. F. Cooper has been conducting his cam paign for a week, are of the most encouraging- character. He was most en thusiastically received in Graham and Cochise counties, which have been re garded as democratic strongholds. Mr. Cooper's methods are the same as those which he so successfully em ployed twice as a candidate in Pima county for the office of district attor ney. His first election was accomplish ed by a surprising majority and his second by a greatly increased majority. Mr. Cooper is seeing the voters face to face. He is not dazzling them with glittering generalities but Is presenting the republican case in a straightfor ward, honest manner which enlists con fidence and respect net only for his party but for himself. Mr. Cooper has been a resident of Arizona for the greater part of a gen eration. He knows what hard work Is for he has done his share of it. He knows what public life is for he has been in the midst of it. He knows men and he invites the men who meet him to know him fully, on all side?. There was never a better district at torney of Pima county than Mr. Coop er. Another thing about him, he has never lost the confidence of any man. Those who know him bast say he has never broken any p'edge. His ability is as unquestioned as his honesty. He will be in ali respects an admirable, active and serviceable rep resentative of Arizona in the sixtieth congress. VARIETY OF JOINTIST MOTIVE. A peculiarity of the jointists is that hardly any two of them desire joint statehood for the same reason, and none of them desire it on principle. One man wants it in the hope that out of the ruck there will come for him some political advantage which Is denied him In the territory. Another wants it because he has been deprived of some political, advantage which he thought he owned. Now and then a lawyer favors it, for he foresees in the inev itable legal tangle which would follow, a rush of litigation, which has fallen off in Arizona, especially in the Salt River valley, since it has been learned that while the litigants are trying to pull off the horns and tail, the lawyers milk the cow. One man has been told that. In some mysterious way, under joint statehood the corporations would be more heavily taxed than they are now, whereas in New Mexico there Is now no grcaier oppression of capital than there is in Arizona. The fact is overlooked that there would be the same people in the joint state that are now in the two- territories; they would have the same morals and the same ideals about everything even about taxation. In passing, we may say that we have a better system of taxation than New Mexico has. Assessed taxes are collected in Arizona, while in New Mexico, year by year half of them are iot. . Now and then in the outer counties a Jointist is found who says he is for Jofnture because he believes it would hurt Phoenix. He does not know whether it would hurt him or not. That is a rrmtter to be afterward determined. His first and chief aim is to injure Phoenix. Why the Phoenix jointist la working shoulder to shoulder with tht remote jointist inspired by such a mo tive is past finding out. Those who are opposing jointure all stand on the same ground. They are fighting jointure because it will be bad for them and bad for everybody else; ruinous to their own localities and to all localities in Arizona. It promises not an- increase of assessments, but an increase of tax rates over those now levied upon Arlzonians and a lowering of the heavy rates levied upon New Mexicans. They want no jointure because every condition winch would follow would be disadvantageous, while by no possibil ity could a single condition now en Joyed be Improved, ": RATHER OPERA BOUFFE. "Telegraphic correspondents who de scribe the preparation for the possible invasion of Cuba must be magnifying them and the solicitude of the officials of the military arm, or else this coun try is engaged in opera bouffe. It seems utterly improbable that the yni ted States will throw a cordon of bat tleships and cruisers about the island for the conquest of a handful of insur gents whose naval, strength at the best can consist of nothing more than hardly an alarming number of row boats, if indeed they have access to the sea at all. It is quite proper for the war de partment officials, if they are going to send 5000 or any other number, of men to Cuba to make provision for thei tiansportation and subsistence. They need not, however, be represented by the correspondents to be making a fuss about it and to be losing sleep. It is true that when we got into th war with Spain we discovered that our knowledge of the right way to go to war was exceedingly rudimentary. We might well have asked with a shudder. What if we had found our selves precipitated into a real war? In the circumstances which actually existed then we need not have been nearly so nervous as we were. No doubt that mimic war was useful to us in showing how much we had to learn. Doubtless we have learned it. and would not again be found in a state of unpreparednesa. However well we may have learned it we ap pear according to the correspondent;' not to be blase in such matters. We lack that insouciance which charac terize really warlike nations; we take ourselves too seriously. We appear to be making more ado of this possible brush with a few ragged Cuban rebels than Japan did over the certain titanic struggle with Russia. At any rate we have heard more of war readiness within the last two days than the world heard during the whole course of preparation for the war In the far east. The New York Sun truly observes:, "If Arizona should go for jointure it would be a tremendous surprise." Well, rather. The Sun, however, does not believe that the defeat of jointure in New Mexico could be regarded as an unexplainable phenomenon. The Hearst presses are bombarding Senator Bailey again. The other day the New York American, on th'? strength of his professional services to the Waters-Pierce Oil company and other corporations, denounced him as "a valet to the trusts" and so a man "dangerous to the people" all the more dangerous because of his brains, plausibility and eloquence. "The sen ate contains no more persuasive ora tor." Committeeman Sullivan of Illi nois, we notice, is clamorous in public challenge to William Jennings Bryan to be consistent and demand the ex trusion of Senator Bailey from the councils of the democratic party. A pretty shindy we'd see if he did. Doubtless Colonel Bryan has noticed the accession of Mr. Bacon of Georgia i to the group of southern senators who ! have thought it advisable to advertise j publicly and at once their dissent from ! his views on government ownership. ! Mr. Bacon is considerably older thai i the colonel; he had seen five years of service in the Confederate army and begun the practice of law before Bryan made the acquaintance of the multiplication table. Mr. Bacon is rather influential democrat in his part of the country. LITTLE JAMES J (Concerning the Birth of the Joint Statehood Party.) They was a lot of Sad Ide Patrites which met in th' Dorris Oyry house last week. They wasn't very Warm toards each othern at first. Each wun he looked around at th'.Otherns an' sez to hisself, "I didn't never think 'at I'd git Cot in sich a Crowd, but when a iian ecis uui io oe a i'airite an serve his Country he's got to make some Sackerfize. Bui after I git it saved wunst an git Giant Staithood firmly Established, I'll give these here Be luvved Assoshiates an' Alleys in the Good Work th' Cold Shake." Flnelly th' Patrites begun to try to Smile frendly at each othern, but they Cuddent Suxceed only in Showin' their teeth. When wun of "em got up to Shake Hands with a nuthern, th' oth ern he dodged as if he was a lookin fer a Bio an' sez, "Darn you, if you Hit me they won't be enuff left of you to tell th' Tail."' After while wun of 'em he sez: "Brotherns, we been met here on a Solium Ocashun. They's a noo party about to be Borned. Th Times is hevvy with Travel an' th' Ospishus Event can't be put off much longer. We been Brot here like th' Wise Men of Old 'frum all th' pints of th' Cumpus. This day is a-goin' to be a Eppick in th' Pollyticle Histry of Arizony. Fucher Generashuns will look back onto us as j th" Ancesters of Arizony th' Grate an'l th' Godfathers, of the Giant Staithood j party. Les do our work well an' be Peerless." Th' Chile was borned all rite, but it! wasn t much of a Infunt to look at. They sez: "It's Mishun in life is to look after the . Intrusts of th' Common i peeple an' fite th' Crool Copperashuns j which is a-grindin' 'em down into th' ' Earth. Th' Chile is to be eddicated to be th' Grate Anti-Copporashun Cham-j peen an' must be Eddicated with that I end in Vue. He must have a Gardeen i who'll be his Gide. Filosofer arv.FTend! an' who'll be able to find th' Solerj I'lexous of th' Copperashuns. Where ll ; M iere u , " Eddi- I R ipeen 1 we find a man better fitted fer th' Edd cashun of this here Comin' Cham of th' Rites of th' Peeple than Generl Charles F. Ainsworth. who's had a Speshul trainin' fer this Responsible Task? Early in Life Generl Ainsworth he begun to prepare hisself fer Givin' Pinters to this youth by gittin' on th' inside of th' Copperashuns, where till laitly he's been makin' a Speshul Study of their Weak Spots. Nobody knows bettern him where to land on 'em so s to put 'em Down an' Out." Kernel McCord an' Allen Teebird they agrees 'at Generle Ainsworth is th' Riteman in th' Ritcplace, but Tom mus Armstrong he sez 'at it's been his experience 'at they ain't no way to make a Chile Tuft an' Hardy like lettin him Ruff it a little. Mister Armstrong he Opposes th' ArPoirtrnent of a Gar deen a tall, but he's overruled an' Gen erle Ainsworth he's give th' Cusstody of th' Noo-born Chile, which they Crissens th' Giant Staithood Party. After that they Compliments ther selfs on their Patritism an' th' Onner 'at they is goin' to get fer bein' th' In strumence of makin' a Giant Stait out of Noo Mexico an' Arizony. Wun of 'em was a Mister Worstly of Tookson, what sez he's been a travelin' around frum wun Party to anuthern ever sence he was old Enuff to Butt in. an' he never staid with none of 'em only long enuff to Wear his Welcum out. He sez 'at he never felt at homo till now, an thank God he's found his Own at last. Mr. Worstly sez he's been in Arizony only a few years an' he likes th' Ter ritory all rite only he's had trubble breethin". He didn't Know at first what was th' Matter till he found out 'at th' Aria of Arizony was only 113,000 square miles. That was it; they wasn't Room enuff. When th' Giant Staithood move was started he Immejitly Rfconnized 'at that would give him Releef. He sez 'at If they can Oblitterate th' Conti nental Divide on November Six next his Lungs can have full Play. They's anuther Reeson, Mister Worstly sez, why they nrt to be Giant Staithood. They's entirely too much Kddycashun an' Culeher in Arizony. Th' air's thick with it. It Ort to be dilooted some with Ignerunce. an' he onderstands 'at they's plenty of diloot in' Materyle runnin' to waist in Noo Mexico an' ort to be Yutiiized. LITTLE JAMES. OUT OF THE MOUTHS OF BABES. Small Fred Say Mamma, is it true that lightning never strikes twice in the same place? Mamma So it is claimed, dear. Small Fred Huh! Our teacher's got lightning beat to a standstill. She can strike a dozen times in the same place. Mamma What is that book you are j reading, Willie? j Little Willie It's a book called 'Child ! Training" that I borrowed from Mr?. Smitji. Mamma Do you find it amusing? Little Willie Oh, no; I merely want ed to see if I had been brought up properly. Chicago Daily News. Mamma Tommy, what is the baby crying for? Tommy Cause he doesn't know things. I had to take his cake and show him how to eat it. Hamilton Bros. Expert Tuning and Repairing Piano, Pipe and Reed Organs, with the REDEWILL MUSIC CO. Miller's Drug Store M. E. Cor. Center and Wash Sts. Phone Mairt 113. Everything commonly kept in a first class drug store. Special attention mall orders. given to Free delivery to any part of the city. Prescriptions our specialty. Registered clerks constantly in attendance. Telephone us when in a hurry. We deliver promptly. N. 1. Miller, Prop. TRE HUMBOLDT, BUYERS OF Gold, Silver, and Copper Ores and Copper IMtes. WORKS: Humboldt, Yavapai County, Arizona, Near PrescotL OFFICES: Prescott National Bank Buildinfl, Pressott, Arizona. Empira Building, New York. CHARLES E. FINNEY, Vioa President and Genera! Manager. EWARD W. BROOKS, Or Purchasing Agent. Office, Phoenix, Aria $1050 P.uys a 5-room house, with bath; nice lawn, good shade and fenfced, on Adams St. 32250 Buys S-room house, with bath; large hall and good cellar; good shade and lawn. $oooo Buys an S-room house with 75 ' feet frontage; completely fur nished; house is modern in every way, and located in the Bennett tract. $400 Buys a good lot on North First. St. Car line passes in front, and one block from Brill car. $3200 . Buys lfiO acres of . land near Glendale. $1200 Buys a good, clean, level 40 acres near Peoria. $2300 1 Buys a 212-acre tract near town. It has a good house, and well fenced. Greene & Griffin RExL ESTATE 42 N. Center St. Money to loan, on liberal terms. "GOSA RT" ON A TANK It A GUARANTEE. "It's an ill wind that blows nobody good" and It's certainly an ill wind that blows from a leaky or gasey drain, sink or toilet. Typhoid may result from such a condi tion at any time. Don't risk health and life. Call up GOSART PLUMBING CO. M 22-30 North oend Avenue, H PHOENIX. ARIZONA. Pboae ll zsfr Kea. M S20 Indian Motocycles $225 Delivered V. A. REDEWILL 224 W. Washington St Phoenix. "1 B. T. QILLETT Merchant Tailor 17 "W. Adams St.. Phoenix. Ariz. An extensive stock of foreign and domestic goods constantly on hand. Special attention given to Dress Suits. Satisfaction guaranteed. v. Ever Eat Anything? If so, remember we steak our repu tation on our meats. Our coffee is our pride. White help for white peo ple at white prices. Take the ladies upstairs. ANHEUSER CHOP AND OYSTER HOUSE FRANK SAUNDERS, Prop. Hap Hazard nl tliinkist ARIZONA M f 3E SEVERAL BIG BARGAINS i In Slightly Used P AN0, FOR SALE OR RENTAL on small payments. We are getting ready for the winter rush, and the prices of these instru ments will Fell them out quickly. - Come early. The Wiley B. Allen Company 9-11 East iez: Why b WHEN ELECTRIC FANS AND ELECTRIC IRONS CAN BE ATTACHED ANYWHERE IN YOUR RESIDENCE AND GIVE YOU A BREEZE WHILE WORKING OR RESTING. DECIDE THE QUESTION NOW AND KEEP YOUR WIFE AT HOME THI3 SUMMER. - - COME IN AND SE US. PACIFIC GAS & ELEC. CO. CORNER FIRST AVE. AND JEFFERSON ST. Gloves Harness Saddles AT WHOLESALE PRICES ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. Phone Black 1492. '45 N. Center St., Phoenix ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC Fall Term opens October 1st. Ins' tructlon in all branches of musl- Write for Catalogue. MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Director Phoenix, Arizona GARDEN CITY RES TAU RANT Coolest and Cleanest Place in Town to Eat. Nice private rooms for Turtles and families. Short orders. Regular Meals 25c Nos. 22 and 24 East 'Washington Street. CHARLEY LOO CHUCK, Proprietor. Yee Sing's American Kitchen Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private rooms and family style when desired. Sing does all his own pastry. For a good dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Sing's new Ameri can Kitchen. 33 North Center Street. Phoenix. Arizona, The English Kitchen I.estaxarant will move end bo opc-i for breakfast 44-46 EAST ADAMS STREET. Open Day and Night Till 12 O'clock. Everything New, Nice and Clean. Private Family Dining Rooms. Please '"me. . The California Restaurant Mesa-Roosevelt Stage Co. Operating between Mesa, Roosevelt, Mesa and the Arizona dam,, daily except Sunday. Stage leaves Mesa for Roosevelt, 6 a. m.; Roosevelt for Mesa, Globe or Payson," 6 a. m. For Arizona dam, 7:30 a. in. Leave Globe for Roosevelt and Mesa, 6:45 a. in. from Chicago or St. Louis to Kew Tor equipment, fast time via Niagara Fall Berkshire hills. . ROSS C. CLIN E. P. C. P. Agent. If you don't find what you want elsewhere TRY US. Our Summer Line Are Complete THE EASTERN STORE SELIM ACKEL, Prorietor 244 E, Washington Street E. N. JENKINS. Manager. P. C. PADDOCK. Ast't Man. Washington St. e Uncomfortable ... i Septcmbfr "7th at its new location, .j. CHARLIE, LING & CO., Props. S3 North First Ave, Phoenix, - - Arizona Globe and Paysnn, and between f' General office. Mesa. Arizona Follow she PMag In arranging for your trip east, ask agent to route you via. WABASH CONTINENTAL LIMITED. k and New England points. Moderp s, Mohawk Valley, Hudson River and LOS ANGELES. Cal. NOTARY PUBLIC. E. E. rASCOE, Notary Public. Convey fencing a specialty. Acknowledgment taken. 110 North Center street. CHIROPODY. PAINLESS removal of corni or tunlons prtcei 50 cents eacb PriTB-y asureil. Da? or niht. All instruments sterilized. Fashion Barber Shop. 41 W Washington St., opp Santa Fe office. Telephone Ked 62. Insrowin Nails Specialty. FRANK FHIRLEY UNION RESTAURANT Commercial Hotel Building, Soutb Center St. MEALS ... 25 CENTS. Pining room clean, cpvL pleasant. Books, Books, 11 Books oo See us for second' hand school i books. Good school books at v. less than one-third price of new ones. See us quick. OO MASSIE'S Second Hand Store 32-34 W. Washington St. j Easterliog& Whitney Undertaken c Successors to A. J. BRADLEY. 216 V7. Washington St. Phone Main 22. Lady attendant. Pierce Wheels ires Repairing by thorough mechanics The Phoenix Cycle Co. Phone Red 524 22 W. Adams iff Z-3i f Two Hew I Models i Winfon Typ! i3 h X I V AND Winton M Best Yet f if- Bargains in New anil Second hand Runabouts. Arizona Automobile Co, l! 25-31 North Second St. j Phone Main 333 J is now being used by many peo ple in this valley with great suc cess. IT MAKES GOOD BREAD in the summer time. Every woman should use rfect Flour Try it, and always insist that the grocer give it to you. H. O, RAMSEY VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Gentle horses and nice riss for hire. Office and stable, corner First avenue and Jefferson St. Phone Black 553. Phoenix, Ariz. Scatfs Sanial-Pejsiu Capsules A POSITIVE, CURf Vor idflaTnsi.ion or(ic" H-ttj. '? ejr no n: --rt cr.icfci? &aS I'er ri .K ii i-r-varci ocs aai .e'v, a: "'"v 2. f matter e! -on i . -sjvjl :. JrugB.si. 'r f- v - -"V V !' or by ma-., .m f-- ; -5-. Lsn no, s boxes r2 r -r' T SANTAl-Pf ELVEY A HUUETT. AGENTS. Buggy Perfect Floui Pe ?