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TITE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY aiORI41NGv OCTOBER
JUOO THE .ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Publihd Every Day in the Year bj THE ' Arizona Publishing Co GEO. W. VICKERS. Prea. and Gen. Mgi. KxcluslTe Dispatches. Morani Associates Press The only Perfecting Press In Arizona The only battery Linotypes In Arizona. Publication office: 36-38 East Street. Telephone Main 47. Ailama Entered at the Arizona, as mail claa. postoffice at Phoenix, matter of the second SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mail, daily, one year 19 00 Weekly, one year. 2.00 Cash In advance. BY CARRIER. Daily, per tnontn 75 eta The Arizona Repu'Miran if en sale nt till t Ami' street news Miami wuf-'ons in Los An geles "n I)it't:o nd I.oiir liim h. 1'HOENIX, ARIZ. OCTOBER 5, 1906. For Delegate to Congress Wm. P. Cooper j " j i SOME RECORDED FACTS. The joint statehood papers of Xew Mexico and the three of this territory. endeavoring to prove the greater j wealth of the former, uuote from tro ' last census figures without explana- j tlon. I l!ut what is of more importance to ! the taxpayers of Arizona is the of ficially . established and very material fact, that the assessed valuation of property in Xew Mexico is $43,000,000. while that of Arizona is $63,000,000. It cannot be said that the preponder ance of Arizona's assessed wealth lies; in its great mines for all the mines might lie stricken from the assess ment roll and this territory would stiil hsvf a lead of more than $3.oOO,00-. over the assessed valuation of Xew Mexico, including its mines. How is this patent circumstance to be Recon ciled with the figures of Xew Mexic;. i wealth with which the joinlists rega! us ? N.r can it be said that the super!, r j a restricted ami rigid currency would wealth of Arizona as disclosed by as- j probably insist upon a pongee suit in Bt'Kiments is only apparent, made i i midwinter. by different systems of assessments. The monetary commission' report of Fi r has not that canonized advoca'o i a committee appoint' d by the X -.v of jointure, Bernard S. Rodey. told I York chamber- of commerce, made pu". the house committee on territories that j lie yesterday, furnishes samples of ni thc assessed valuation in Xew Moxi. o ' terials for commercial clothing to be inor- nearly approaches the real vaf- j worn in the varying season. of ,the uation than it does in Arizona? j financial year. If we were tp admit every prepos- - terous statement made by the jointist.s as 10 the comparative wealth and in debtedness of the two territories, there would still remain the incontrovertible! people of Arizona contained in the let fact that the territorial tax rate ol j t..r iwilf.n, i.-ooevelt inf.,r,n;n.. Xew Mexico is a little more than twicv ' as great as that of Arizona, fhos" I comparative tax rales, at h ast thev can not juggle with nor misrepresent. Thi-y appear in the reports of the proceedings of the boards of equal i - i zation of the two territoVies. Taxpayers are much more interest ed in rates than they are in th ; wealth or the indebtedness of their neighbors. The tax rate argument against joint ure we believe lias been met by at leapt one j:iintist in this territory. II ' t laimed to have ascertained what we !-lieve to be true, that only ii3 per cent f the levied tax of Xew Mexico !s collected; hence the tax rate there is leally r.o greater than in this terri tory. That is, nearly half the taxpayers there, pay no taxes, so that the entire burden falls upon the other half. This explanativn certainly could not be con soling to those Xew Mexicans pay their taxes. Xur, in tiie event of statehood, would it he' comforting to Arizona ta payei s to know that their burdensome lav rale was burdensome only to thcipjulve.s .and not to those of 'their Xew Mexican fellow citizens, who ere wholly escaping taxation. A NKW MKXK'AN JOINTIST SCAltE We infer from the alarm of the Las 'ega Optic that there is very serious; Spanish-American opposition in New ! Mexico to joint statehood. The Optic is seeking to remove it by threats and! cajolery. I It appears that the Spanish-Americans have interpreted the provisions of j the statehood bill to exclude from pub lic offices all who cannot write or speak the Knplish language and so to deprive1 a considerable part of the population from active participation in the affairs of the new state; to make 'them serfs to the Knjrlish toneue. The Optic assures them that it is not so had as that; that what the law means is that only K:iKli-h-speakins and LiiKlish-wi it in citizens can fill state offices and. "of ionise." says the ptic to the non-I-hilish-siieakim:. "von would not want to hold a plate office! i un'il you had learned to read and write Knjtlish," a lanuae which is easy to lea r:i. In ! lie meantime, the Optic comfort ingly informs the Spanish-Americans, they can go on being county school su perintendents, county officers of all kinds, justices of the peace and jury- i men, the one office which of itself j proves that the occupant is as good j as anybody else, a peer. I Then the Optic threatens the Span-: ish-Anierii ans. it tells them that if joint : statehood is defeated congress will: anyhow make a joint state by force; and its terms to the abject territories will be much less conciliatory than j those it is now offering. For instance, ; perhaps it will make a. knowledge of the English language a neces.-ary qualification for the holders of all of- flees. Even the dog catcher will have to display an intimate familiarity with the language and literature of Shakes-1 pea re and Andrew "arne.?ie. Then! where and what will the Spanish- j Americans be? In the soup, meie! nonentities. Xow is the time, urges the Optic, to avert this calamity and prevent the effacenient of those who speak only the rippling OastirHan. "By all means," concludes the Optic, "let us get what kind of statehood we can. that we may make our own laws, have a voice in legislation, assume a position in which we cannot be discrim inated against, run our own courts. 1 make our own jury laws without the?; ..." I E. T. Hildebrand. represent :ng ' ap danger of national interference and la n" Lony Gr London. England, one or rise to an altitude where we cannot be the crack polo plavei's of England. everlastingly discriminated against." I THE Cl'RREXCY COMMITTEE'S itEPORT. ' That the country is in need of a flex i lbue currency has become more and more apparent. A financial system making available at all t'mes the greatest volume of money needed at any time would be as disturbing as one which would limit the volume to the country's least needs. Leaving out of account the increared and increasing demand for money to carry on enter- -prists which are growing in both mag- nltuch' and number, there is the sea sonable demand which varies with regularity, and to meet which the gov ernment has been compelled to resort to mak: shifts. These demands are si regular that provision, it would seem, could easilv be made to satisfy them, . The need of a flexible currency in this country is as apparent as the need of clothing of varying weights in a climate which varies from intense heat in the summer in ihe winter. tune Our silver and greenback friends ' might as chinchilla ht as well argue that a suit ot . should be worn at all sea- ' . ! The Arizona jointists so far as heard from have disclaimed any knowledge of or part in. the slander upon th' him of contemplated election frauds. Yet through their organ they say that J there was a great deal of truth in it after all, Hut the t'ust essential is a K 'od is not properly nouiis. j.-d. tne at once and let : - Miller's Drug Store M. E. Cor. Center and Wash St. Phone Main 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. II. II, Miller, Prop. Pasadena, Cal. HOTEL CARLTON j 1 Vhe Central hotel NK.Culn. st TTloe. lichts Ilrivate Maths. Homelike. So.-, ti. ) :,o Euro' plan. Mrs J. K. Clarke. 7",c r'd trip ull beaches 5K HEADAGH Positively cured by these Little Tills. They also relievo DIs- i tres3 frora Dyspepsia, In digestion and Too Hearty CARTERS rilTTLC H IVER .Eating. A rertoct rem edy lor Dizziness, Xausea, DroTTEiness, Bad Taste in tUo Ilouta. Coated Ton?ue, Pain in the Sdo, TOKPID LTYER. They PILLS. regulate the Bcwel3. Purely Vegetable. SMALL FILL SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. H S! I CURE SICK IIEADACHE. Genuins Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature CARTERS SPITTLE t IVER ARIZONA POLO PONIES THE FIRST SHIPMENT A Carload Started Yesterday for Eng. land and France. yesterday morning shipped from thi. ' valley via Wells-Fargo express a car ; load of ponies which w ill in time find j their way to the polo grounds of Eng ! land and France. The ponies will be reloaded at Xew York city on an ocean liner and will leave that port on the 16th of October. Mr. Hildebrand ac- companiej the siupment. tie win up ir wo ui- p prepare the i destined to on his arrival in England i ponies for the life they are follow and after disposing ol them will again return to this territory, his ; present intention b'-jng to reach here about the iast of December. j "If the horsemen, cattlemen and ranchers in general of Arizona would devote a little attention to the matter,! i; is possible that they would in a few j years develop an industry in the rais- ' ing of polo ponies which would be of' i-reat value to them. In no place in ! Ihe whole counli v are the condition.-: ; s icli as to make good polo ponies as i Ihey are in this territory. 'Cow ponies', are just the trick to start with to make j1," 'u,1" ; " '" " I an be marketed at a fair price they ; f hanJs , Hf!(j well rtined. You must realize that ' - you have good stock here when I conte 1 nil the way from England to buy Ari- : S! to extreme cold."""-1 i-"""- ; j dous expense I am put to with them i i before thev can be disposed of." The i armve wer.- words of Mr. Hildebrand. j " it low to estimate tne transport- , eaL" '"" 1 "- i i.ivernoo at 51. .. Am alter you nave tlie pony in Liverpool ou 1 ave just I begun with the expense. They l.e acclimated atid trained. Som must I it tnkes as I '.r;g as th '.'. itn a pony, and this t.f'fn we:! reined." (W't e looiith.s to -. fter he h.as r-adv for the I market thev are taken to the jolo grounds -of tr." H urlinha m. Koehamp ton. Kanelugh. or some crack i-'ronrh club. Tlie selling price of the ponies is not high, so th-ro is not a great margain In the business." Mf. Hildebrand bought it.ost of hi. 1 onles this trip in the vicnity of Will t ov. i;.-Tisori ;nd the 'htricuhua ranges. Shortly after his arrival in the wes i o made a purchase of a few h--nd in X"ew Mexis-o. which h-- sold in "hic.;go. All of tl.o Arizona p"iiies. ho,e r, art 10 be taken ahio.id. o i J. K. Iioolittle of ' i n -: I ; : : -1 1 i j'rrive-.! in th. cily ye-it rdaj- nmriilng and will remain here for si-veral d.ivs or. bu.-i- l-.-Sd. IN 13 A Everybody Can Have Good liealtK ii-e.-ti in. If th. fo.l oiested. the ho dy is i. ol suflieii-T.tly noweis are closri-ii and mipuie idooi! is sent coursing through the entire system. No won- i ch r you're sick. Get r Bo.tle of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters P 1! it restore vour diuestive organs t their normal condition and thus op.-n up the cloaked bowels ami mike tlie blood pure. Then you'll enjoy fiood health. For curing- and preventing Heartburn, Cramps, Poor Appetite, Indiqsstion. Dyspepsia, Cos tiveness, Female IHs, Biliousness, Colds, Chills or Malaria, Fever and Ague, it is excellent. Try it and s-e for vmjrself. m i l Si THE felsIJlld .plilyllliiM bu HUMBOLDT, BUYERS OF Gold Silver, and Copper Ores and Copper WORKS: . OFFICES: Humboldt, Yavapai County, Arizona, Near Presoott. Prescott National Bank Building. New York. CHARLES E. FINNEY, Vie. Pre.ident and General Manager. EWARD W. BROOKS, Or. Purchasing AgenL Office, Phoanix, Ariz. & $1650 IHuys a 5-room house, with bath; nice lawn, good shade and fenced, on Adams St. $2250 Buys S-room house, with bath; large hall and good cellar; good shade ar.d lawn. $0000 Buys an S-room house with 75 feet fron'iage: completely fur nished; house is modern in every way, and located in the Bennett tract. $400 Buys a good lot on Xorth Firpt. St. Car line passes in front, and one block from Brill car. 33200 Buys 160 acres' of land near C.lemUle. $1200 Buy.? a good, clean, level 40 acyes near Peoria. $2300 Buys a S'j-acre tract near town. It has a good house, and well fenced. 1 IB Greene & Griffin REAL ESTATE 42 N. Canter St. Money to loan, on liberal terms. w, . in wwpp.mj. m.ii.i imijim M inwm 5'ltfl,Jii I J ' nfn il Jri. Hn h i , i . 1 B t , Sg Navajo Indian RUG5 Mexican BLANHET5 at THE CURIO BACK OF COURT HOUSE. Cor. Second Ave. nd Jefferson St Just eouthw?st cf the Court. House. I Miss Fanny PecK Teacher of pianoforte playing, rupi! ! i . of Carl Stasny. of New Ensland Con j servatory of Music. 135 N. Sixth St. Phone Black 503 THE HOFFMAN i EVFRYTHIVG l IRST CLASS ti Michelob Boar JACK GJGS0N, Proprietor. H "V B. T. GILLETT fijerchant Tailor 17 W. Adama St.. Phoenix, Ariz. An extensive Btock of foreign and domestic goods constantly on hand. Special attention given to Dress Suit3. Satisfaction guaranteed. ARIZONA Building, Prescott, Arizona. Empir 3 ($k , ng fill ' mm l : Your Neighbors Will Recommend Our Pianos , reviewing cur !ccl list, we find that we have placed pianos in every section of the residence districts of Phoenix. Ask your musical neigh bor if she got her piar.o from us. If she says "Ye:," you may be sure she'll pux in a good word for the piano and our methods. The Wiley Company 9-11 East Washinston St. Space For PACIFIC GAS CORNER FIRST AVE. ARIZONA SCHOOL Fall Term opens October 1st. Ins Write for MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Director Phoenix, Arizona GARDEN CITY Coolest and Cleanest Place in Town to an 1 families. Short ordt-rs. Regular Meals 25c Nosf 22 and 24 East Washington Ftreet. CHARLEY LCO 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 ail his own pastry. For a good dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Sing's new Ameri can Kitchen. 13 North Center. Street. Phoenix. Arizona. V'X - X'XXM: - X:"WX: ine ibngiisn nucnen Kestaurani will niove and he open fr-r breakfast S"ptember H.th at its new location, .J. 44-46 EAST AD AW S STREET. Open Day and Night Till 12 O'clock. Everything New, Nice and Clean. V l'rivale I-'amilv Dir.it: l'.o.ims. 1'h-ase Come. CHARLIE, LING & CO., Props. xx:-'Xxx:-'X:-vx:x-x: v e California f$ cestanrant Famous Agua Caiienle Springs 111 I '-. l.-JM i y v n ' T w u'i veil I 1 illU'ti ! tot In i 1 er meiliil. i o in iiin-ir i ;.i'ti- at i In- I!,, i. 1 !. 1 1 Yam2. rizona. or Hotel Mode-.li. Aiaa Calient. Arizona. ilesa-Roosevelt Stage Co. Operating between Mesa, Roosevelt. Globe and T'ayson, and between Mesa and the Arizona dam, daily except Sunday. Stao leaves Mesa for Roosevelt, 6 a. m.; Roosevelt for Mesa, CJlobe or I'ayson, 6 a. m. F"r Arizona dam, 7:00 a. m. Leave Globe for Roosevelt and Mesa, C:4o v: from Chicago or St. Loul3 to New Tor equipment, fast time via Niagara Fall L'erkshire hills. ROSS C. CLINE. P. C. P. Agent. If you don't find what want elsewhere you TRY US. Our Summer Lines Are Complete THE EASTERN STORE!' SELIM ACKEL, Prorietor 244 E, Washington Street il j 1 i i B. Allen i I E. N. JENKINS, Mnaflr. P. C. PADDOCK. A't Man. served fiie & ELEC. CO. AND JEFFERSON ST. OF MUSIC truction in Catalogue. all branches musl'i R.ESTAXJ RANT Kat. Nice private rooms for Turtles 25 North First Ave, Phcnnix, - - Arizona Jx f rem Si 11 : i in i . i i 011a , 1 11 ihe itic ftii.lwny. !i:, r ceLtairis :itie niel ! 1 en i. rn 1 i l.ni.- i-,rc (.1 I.licinr.iUi.-ni 1. n..l Hd Hl'-od li-eiit. Avi:h I 'niieiite t he hiL-liest mu a -.1 n t t !i" .-t 1 .1 i 1 i K . i.m' t i.n. (,.m..; H,-. ti. t'-r itil'xrtniititiii. i;i;e- etc . a.l.ln-s A!th Mit,ih i! f - j General oiiice, Mesa, Arizona. In arranging for your trip east, ask agent to route you via. WABASH CONTINENTAL LIMITED. k and New England points. Moder? s, ilohawk Valley, Hudson River and LOS ANGELES. Cal. MUSIC. MRS. ISAAC H. HAYES Teacher of Piano Music. Studio - 620 North First St. NOTARY PUBLIC. C. F. PASCOK. Votary Public. Convy tnclr.g: a ppclalty. Acknowledgment! taken. 110 North Center street. CHIROPODY. A 1 N I Ess TfniovHl or cotd or buaiotis lriccfi fiOcen Rfa'b PriVBi y as'iire'l. Dai or ni(?ht. All instruments sterilized. Fahic Barber Shot . 43 V. Washington tt., oi.j Paiita Fe ntire. Tele7hone Bed 9d. lijrowite K Ails a Specialty. FRANK HIBLKY Dear uptown tomorrow. I have that Massie has bought ind-hand store and he is 1 1 am goinj; :iu.t heard : spears Ser giving Pig uaistt"" " 'jjinds just as an advertisement. yu kno,v aiul lie has just got in a car f new Blankets. Comforts and Bugs ! all sizes. You don't know him? Why. he is the man that worked vi:h the Dorris-IIeyman Furniture company for sixteen years. He sold us our fur niture when we got married, and h- i selling. everything at rock-bottom prices. Mrsf. Jones got 'a carpet th.ert ; for .16 that is as good as the one we 2 pa 1 $25 for. He is at 3' and 24 Wc?- Washington St. MASSIE'S Second Hand Store 32-34 W. Washington St. Eastorling&Whitney Undertakers Succesion to A. j. BRADLEY. 2IG W. Wftshinten St. Fhor.c Main 2S, Lady attendant. where everything is neat and clean and properly cooked. We have two places Chop House and Cafe. CAFE, 11 West Washington St. CHOP HOUSE, 19 North Center St. ' MS 'R Two ITew I Models WintGir Typa I V A D Winton M Best Yet Bar: rains in New and Second hand Runabouts. Arizona Automobile Co. 25-31 North Second St. 1 M : wm I s 9 Phone Main 333 The VALLEY MILLS at the Fair v ill award t;,".ni in prizrs for th In-st loaf of l.rt-td made from rfeet Flour il.-d $,"'i.i!0 in ,riz--w for tin- h-.-;t loaf of lr:id niaih? from oisy Hour H. O. RAMSEY VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Gentle horses and nice riss for hire. Office and stable, corner First avenue anil Jefferson St Phone Black 553, Phoenix, Ariz. . POSITIVE. CURT :" -.he '.'Atier ati-i tt-vi--. itet: r. :nr .a. -urj !Cti!y ud l't" ' '. T 're -ira. C3- ? -.-rvn.n, ',;-ri. z i'a.' cT ',.' - i,- 1 if : i,.it... i H'' THE 8 ATAl-Pf '-?.' tr. EAT : r" s M !i E'.VEY & HULETT.