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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Evtry Day in the Year bj THE Arizona Publishing Co D0. W. VICKERS. Trtm. and Gen. Mp. Exclusive Mormnjr associated Press Dispatches. Tha only Perfecting Press la Arisoaa Tha only battery, at Linotype In Arlion. Publication offlca? SS-38 East Adams street. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix, Artiona, aa mall matter of the second alaaa. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mall, dally, on year Weekly, one year Cash In advance. .19.00 . 100 BT CARRIER. Dally, per month .71 eta The Arizona Ri-puliU.-nn 1 on nnie at all ol Amoit' .treel new Maml wagons in. I.s An Kclt'D, .wan I'it'KKSTnl I.onjj lieacli. UNiONlCJbEL PHOEXIX. ARIZ.. OCTOBER 17. 19'6. For Delegate to Congress Wm. P. Cooper Republican Ticket Maricopa County Councilman WATSON PICKRELL. Members Legislative Assembly ELLIOTT EVANS WINFIELD SCOTT J. C. REED FREDERICK WEBB. Sheriff JOHN G. HARDIN. Treasurer RICARDO E. MINER. District Attorney ERNEST W. LEWIS. Probata Judge J. C. PHILLIPS. County Recorder A. E. EGLEY. County School Superintendent. W. H. LEE. Surveyor HARRY HANCOCK. Members Board of Supervisors. O. H. CHRISTY W. A. EVANS. JOINTURE AND THE RAILROAD RATE UW. The two apotle of joint statehood, Messrs. Ainsworth and Fitch, as well ns three or four statehood organs, are employing the groet misrepresenta tion to deceive the voters. The two apostle know that their statements sre false. The organs may or may not know; they are hardly expected to know it. The Phoenix organ the other 'morn ing mated more boldly what Messrs. Ainxworth and Fitch dated rather in ferentially last Saturday night in their onslaught upon the railroad corpora tions that if we had jointure we could have a legislature which would con trol the railroads and regulate freights and fares and bring them down where they ought to be. The Phoenix organ advanced the startling theory that the territories ought to get together into he United States so that they could avail them selves of the beneficent regulating power of the interstate commerce law. Almost every man in the United States who followed the railroad legis lation even casually during the last session of congress Is aware that the new law possesses greater power over the railroad traffic In the territories than it does over the traffic In the Mates. In fact it has no control at all over traffic wholly within a state. It cannot tout h rates and fares within Its boundaries, however exorbitant they may be. That work must be done, if at all, by state legislatures. But the law give" the federal gov ernment the same power of regulation of fares and rates between points in a territory that it has in interstate t ru f f i Every vote cast for joint statehood is a vote to deprive Arizona or New Mexico of whatever interterritorlal protection it has now under the rail road rate regulation law and to put the whole matter so far as purely ter lllorlal or, we will say. Joint state traf fic is concerned, into the hands of th legislature of Arizona the Great. The Jointlsts of Arizona tetj u. that the legislature of this territory Is con trolled by the railroads and that the tnnt tment of an adciu;it freight and fare bill is Impossible The joint state hood papers and speakers of New Mex ico say that their legislatures do not piote.t them against the rapacity of the t:iilroaiis. Then, how much pro tection would Arizona the Clreat get from a legislature hosen by the same people who now choose the legislatures of the territories of Arizona and New Mexl. o? So far as interstate commerce is con cur tied the relations of Arizona an 1 New Mexico to the new law are just the same as ttioe c.f the Joint tate woi'M be. Therefore a t. the question' of the projection afforded by the rate i law, we can gain nothing by Jointure' and would ,,se whatever b-nefit there I' ay be in Irterterrltorial regulation. A DISTURBED EQUANIMITY. That usually even-tempered expo nent of New Mexican advanced thought, the Santa Fe New Mexican, calls The Republican a liar in seven teen different places. This outburst of disapproval, not to say actual irrita tion occurred in the course of what be a reply to The Repub- purported to Mean's recent observations on New Mexico's election system, or, rather. its absence of system. The remarks of The Republican were called out by President Roosevelt's "fraud order" to the governors of New Mexico and Arizona. We pointed out that precautions against fraud in this territory were superfluous. Our excellent electoral system made them practically impos sible. Under our Australian ballot method, those inclined to buy votes would hesitate to do so, since they could have no assurance that the party of the second part would fulfill his con tract. In the case of the illiterate voter, he could observe his contractual relation with the purchaser only by a sort of an accident. It was also shown that a serious miscount of the votes was fm possible; that the ballot box couldn't by any vigilance on the part of the governor be more securely hedged about than it already Is. But The Republican took the ground that the president's suggestion to Gov ernor Hagerman against frauds in New Mexico was wise, worthy and war ranted by the prehistoric election sys tem which Is In force there, but which in th circumstance's we must admit could not very well be displaced. .In fact, we cannot now conceive how an up-to-date system could be. employed where so many of the voters are un familiar with the English language. The voters who could make use of a modern system prefer the old. They are the leaders of thought In New Mexico, and the only way they can know that thought in being; led by them is by seeing the mass of the voters vote the ballots which are given them. Seeing is believing. The Santa Fe New Mexican does not deny the antiquity and simplicity of the Xew Mexican system of voting. We presume that it admits the accuracy of The Republican's description of It. It called The Republican a liar on minor irrelevant and immaterial points. They have nothing to do with the main con tention that the voting system In New Mexico is out of date and encouraging to the grossest frauds. The Albuquerque Journal playfully and habitually alludes to the Santa Fe New Mexican as "The Almanac." Why, we do not know. We had never given the matter more than passing atten tion until now. when we are filled with ! a vague suspicion that The Republican : reporter misunderstood one of the or- ' ators at the jointist meeting last Sat- : urday night. He understood the orator . to say that he had been converted" to Jointure and clinched by a revelation ! from Hostetter's Almanac. Perhaps, ! 1 after all, it was "The Almanac." i There was never a finer illustration of the advantage of organization and team work than the Chicago baseball championship games afforded. The Na tionals contained more top-notch indi vidual players than any other baseball aggregation ever formed. The Amer icans, known as "hitless wonders," were almost devoid of individual talent. In fact, there were only three stars among them. Yet since the middle of August the Americans had fought their way out of the ruck of their league and to the top and then defeated the sup posedly invincible National pennant winners. The National team-work was not bad, but the American was superb. When a girl is ashamed to use the English language in speaking of legs it is a sign she is not so innocent as her mother thinks she is. New York Press. Women Who Wear WelL e It is astonishing how great a change a few years of married life often make in the appearance and disposition of many women. The freshness, the charm, the brilliance vanish like the bloom from a peach which Is rudely handled. The matron is only a dim shadow, a faint echo of the charming maiden. There are two reasons for this change. Ignorance and neglect. Few young women appreciate the shock to the system through tha change which comes with marriage and motherhood. Many neglect to deal with the unpleasant pelvic drains and weak nesses which too often come with mar riage and motherhood, not understanding mai mis secret drain is robbing, the cheek of its freshness and the form of Its fairness. A surely as the general health suffers when there UdeVacsementof the health or the delicate womar wnen Tiwe organs a rcTsu Wished la health theTce anAjThaTWe witness to the fact in ftWXrd comeTtn Nearly acromion women have found health and happtna- In the us of Dr. PirrP' f.. vorite Pregrrirtion. ItnultwwA-. en strong and sick women well. Ingredi ents on label contains no ileohol or harmful habit - forming drugs. Made wholly of those native, American, rnedje jnal roots most highly recommended by leading medical authorities of all the scv c. al schools of practice for the cure of woman's peculiar ailments. For nurslnir mothers.or for those broken down In heallh by too frequent bearing of children, also for the expectant mothers, to prepare the system for the coming of baby and making its advent eay and almost t.a!nles, there is no medicine quito so good as "Favorite Prescription." It can do no harm in any condition of tl e syutem. It Is a most potent invigorating tonic and strengthening nervine nicely adapted to woman's delicate system by a physician of larjre experience in tire treat ment of woman's peculiar ailments. Dr. Pierce may Nj consulted by lr-tter free of c harere. Addro-s Dr. R. V. Pierce Invalids' ifot!. and Surgical Institute! iuna;o, id. , DEATH OF THOMAS HAYES Thomas Hayes died. last night about i o'clock at the home of M. D. Xov inger. southwest of the capitol. Thi funeral will probably be held tomor row, though no arrangements have as yet been perfected. The body was ( taken to the undertaking establishment of Geo. F. Merryman. Thomas Hayes, was 76 years old and came here in j I?80, having made his home here ever since. Ills illness was or niiei dura tion lie liMviii;r calleil n nhvsic-ian but ! twenty-four hours previous to his death. ' He leaves no relatives. O ' CONTENTED CATTLEM EN Jack Gibson yesterday afternoon returned to the city from his cattle range in the New River district. He reports range canditions as good as could well bo desired and that the cattlemen are ac cordingly contented. Billy Uook, who accompanied him on the trip as far as the ranch, will not return to the city i for several days. 1 o There were yesterday registered at j the Ford: Geo. '. Munger. Quart .site; ! John J. Hunt. Atlanta: H. Howe, ! Omaha; H. E. Casebolt and wife, Se- j attle. and Kobt. Warwick and wife. ; New York. If you ar" ' afflicted with i a weak stom- ' ach and suffer from j Bloating. Heartburn, j ' Poor Appetite, Indigestion, ; r Dyspepsia, ! 'Mi.-.-'tv.' Sick Headache ; or Costiveness ! try the Bit -I ters at once. ! It a 1 w a y s cures. I CTOMAKH Ask your grocer or druggist for Perkins' Olive Oil Awarded gold medal at St. Louis Exposi tion, 1904. Absolutely Pure c Pt kin ONION SETS Just Received Hill's Seed House 22 W. Jefferson Miller's Drug Store N. E. Cor. Center and Wash Sts. Phono Main 113. E vjs rything commonly kept in a first class drug store. Special attention given to mail orders. 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. 11. tl. Miller, Prop. f H LEBRAtOS m if i'' ' Hill THE HUMBOLDT, BUYERS OF Gold, Silver, and Ores and WORKS: Humboldt, Yavapai County, Arizona, Near Proscott. OFFICES: Prescott National Bank Building, Praseott, Arizona. Empir. Building, Now York. CHARLES E. FINNEY, Vioa President and General Manager. CWARD W. BROOKS, Or, Purchasing Agent. Office, Phoenix. Aria. Read It. Its Worth It. Furnished 10-room . house, 'with bath and screen room; well fur nished; for 32QOO 5- room house, with bath, closets and screen room; also gas and electricity; fine shade and lawn. This property is on North Third Ave. and faces east. It Is a bar gain at $2750 If you have $1"00 wo can sell you this property. 6- rooin, 2-story house; brick; In Capitol addition; on easy terms, for. $1250 4-room house, with screen room; fenced; fine shade and lawn; also nice rose garden. This property is in the Bennett addition; for $2650 On North Second Ave. we have an 8-room brick house, and is one of the most complete homes In the city. It has fine bath, toilet and largo closets. Large screen rooms upstairs and down. Some furniture will go with the house. The lot is D'lxH.H, with urnall barn in the rear; for $5200 10 acres in alfalfa; close in; for $1000 10 acres near the Indian school, with brick house, good well, and fenced with Page wire fencing; some fruit, and in alfalfa. For a quick deal 0285O For an Investment we have 75 acres three-quarters of a mile Jrom Cfce Indian school, for $60 an acre Drop around and let's talk it over Greene & Griffin Real Estate, Loans and Insirance 42 North Center St. PHOENIX ARIZONA For Sale at a Bargain! BEST IMPROVED RANCH IN THE VALIEY i Before buying, investigate Terms to suit purchaser. One mine. mile 1 west of Alhambra brick yard. iThos. McGinnis Farmers,' Miners, Prospectors. Get the beat staple rr cer1es r.t the lowest prices. We have a large and well assorted stock of groceries that's why our tore Is ao busy all the time. Tha finast TEAS and COF FEES. Buy GriebePs Groceries, Frank Griebel's 218-220 W. Washlnaten St Phono 421. ARIZONA Copper Copper Mattes. J The Musical Season Is Upon Us! Have you secured your PIANO yet? The bandsome designs are being selected daily, so come early. Wo have no "second -graq" instruments, but sell HIGH-GRADE at bis city prices on very easy time payments, or rent if desired. The Wiley B. Allen Company 9-11 East This Soace" Reserve For PACIFIC GAS CORNER FIRST AVE. ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC Fall Term opens October 1st. Instruction In all branches f music Write for Catalogue. MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Director Phoenix, Arizona GARDEN CITY Coolest and Cleanest Piace In Town to and families. Regular Nos. 22 and 24 East Yee Sing's American Kitchen Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private rooms and family stylo 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. a ne cngiisn ancnen ivesiaurani HAS MOVED TO 44-46 EAST ADAMS STREET. Open Day and Night Till 12 O'clock. Everything New, Nice and Clean. Private Family Dining Rooms. Please Come. , The California Restaurant Famous Agua Galiente Springs . r B ertics. Kmihh inl ! v a.lai'te,! l.i t he i lire ef Rhr " - " ' ""tntiMUV MILT lUl'UKI, III IlliTIII-M ci.iiimiMUtii.nl- ai tiu- iiutel MoOesti. ..r nifortudtiMi. rates, t t. -, a. I I re.-s Althee M odesti Tama. Arizona, it Hotel Modesti. Afjna Calient Arizona. Mesa-Roosevelt Stage Co, Operating between Mesa, Roosevelt, Globe and Payson, and between 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. m. Leave Globe for Roosevelt and Mesa, 6:45 from Chicago or St. Louis to New Tor equipment, last time via .Niagara alls, Berkshire hills. ROSS C. CLINE. P. C. P, ABent. If you don't find what you want elsewhere TRY US. Our Summer Lines Are Complete THE EASTERN STORE SELIM ACSZL, Prorietor 244 E. Washington Street E. N. JENKINS. Manager. P. C. PADDOCK, Ass't Man. Washington St. the & ELEC. CO. AND JEFFERSON ST. RESTAURANT Eat. Nice private rooms for parties Short orders. Meals 25c "Washington Street. CHARLEY LOO CHUCK, Proprietor. CHARLIE, LING &. CO., Props. 5 North First Ave, Phoenix, - - Arizona p;rz- ciKii i ful ciirtttive ti ml rec-upem isciiH, on the r contain uimn i -m n.1 ; I 1iiouU.v a..,,. IM.i'rutnn ir,.,.- HWaill hllllV .-l J.olllS KXlxiMtlell. !cCMl He- ! 1 n Follow she PMag In arranging for your trip east, ask agent to route you via WABASH CONTINENTAL LIMITED. k and New England points. Moderv Mohawk Valley. Hudson River and LOS ANGELES. Cal. MUSIC. MRS. ISAAC H. HAYES Teacher of Piano Music. Studio - 620 North First St. NOTARY- PUBLIC E. E. ASCOE. Notary Public Convey ancing a specialty. Acknowledremeat taken. U0 North Ceater street. CHIROPODY. PAINLESS reioPTBl or corns or tma;on rrirc s .sOcoiir" ea'-n I'riv,'v en-. Pt or nitfi.t.. All iutrcmeiit ften!ized.Fakis Barber Shon. 44 W W m-,irun Sr., opr Han la Fe office. Telephone Red 9C2. I&srewias Nails a Specialty. i HXS K. EHIELEY COSTING SOOE The weather man says cold weather i Hearing the Arizona line, and warns everyone to prepare for the worst win ter in lnft years ami to show his pru dence, Mas.-ic has just got in a big Mock of line- all-wool and all-cotton blankets, and a fine lot of comforts, mattresses, pillows, heating stoves and many other Jhings for the winter months. He has a fine line of butcher knives, pocket knives, scissors, harps, tape lines, with appropriate pictures of nil kinds. You should go there today. Prices the lowest. MASSIE'S Second Hand Store 32-34 W. Washington St. Phone Main 351. n K Easterling& Whitney Undertakers Successors to A. J. BRADLEY. 216 W. Waihinttn St. Phono Main tX Lady attendant. We Have REDUCED ALL OUR SHORT ORDER PRICES AT CAFE. GIVE US A TRY We have two places Chop House and Cafe. CAFE, 11 West Washington St. CHOP HOUSE, 19 North Center St. 3C Two New Models Vinlon Type X I V AND Winton f,1 Best Yet Bargains in New and Second hand Runabouts. Arizona Automobile Co. 25-31 North Second St. Phone Main 333 The VALLEY MILLS at the Fair will award $50.00 In prizes for the best loaf of bread made from erfect Flour also $50. AO in prizes for the best loaf of bread made from aisy Flour H. O. RAMSEY VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Gentle horses and nice rigs for hire. Office and stable, corner First avenue and Jefferson St. Phone Black 553. Phoenix, Ariz. scolFs Saniai-Fensi;! Sapsmai CTX A POSITIVE cunt f-'i-f "X ,,!"-r 'nf 9"-mai'onoi f ai rr ."jr.-s :e .-' ao i ivn-i f'ii:r :-e jir: ee a r T.rri v a.-i- 3 iTitr Cf TOT n.rj s;,rr S-1 . ? t)eS tl ELVEY A MULETT. AGENT.