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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SATURDAY MOKNINfrv OCTOBER MO. 1000
5J THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day In the Year bj THE Arizona Publishing . Co DEO. W. V1CKKR3. Free, and Gen. Mgi. Exclusive ktormnf Aanociatad Press XMsDatchea. The onlj Perfecting; Fresa In Arlsoaa The only fcattery at Linotype In Arltona. Publication efflee: S8-38 East Adams treat. Telephone Main 47. Kntrrad at the postomce at Phoenix. Artsona, aa maii matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. y mall, dally, year Weekly, oae yea 100 Cash la advance. BT CARRIER. Dally, per month 75 ct" The Arizona Republican Js on jalt' at all o1 Amos Klrwt news Maud wanna in l.o.s Aii gth?s, San IieRand Lous lk'tiih. U N l O N ( i. 'j L A B E L PHOENIX. ARIZONA. OCT. 20. 1906 For Delegate to Congress Wm. P. Cooper Republicon 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. Probate Judge J. C. PHILLIPS. Cewnty Recorder A. E. EGLEY. County School Superintendent. W. H. LEE. Surveyor HARRY HANCOCK. Members Board of 'Supervisors. O. H. CHRISTY W. A. EVANS. SIGNS OF A PANIC. Hon. Marcus A. Smith Is scared. He Is doing; foolish things, as many other people do in a panic. He is resorting to practices in his present campaign which he disdained in all his previous campaigns. At the beginning of this one, Mr. Smith expressed a purpose to be fair and at the outset, relying upon his former strength and popularity, he seemed to be carrying out that pur pose. Of late, though under pressure of reports of Mr. Cooper's remarkable campaign, Mr. Smith is slipping from the commendable path on which he set out. In his address at the Dorris theater on Thursday night, Mr. Smith wilfully distorted an utterance by Mr. Cooper on Monday night, which must have been correctly understood by all who heard it. In that part of his speech concerning the statehood question Mr, Cooper said that if it could be proved tc him that jointure would be the best thing for the territory, he would be in favor of it.' that he was open to convic tion on the subject. Mr. Smith seized upon this, and rep resented to his audience that Mr. Coop er was without fixed conviction and that he would therefore be a danger ous man to send to Washington. Mr. Cooper said nothing which, could indicate any weakness on his part. He had canvassed the whole matter. It might be said that any reasonable man is open to conviction on any sub ject which presents two sides. Other wise he would be a fool or a god, for it is admitted that all human kind are liable to err. But it was not under stood by any of hi hearers that Mr Cooper had that general proposition in his mind when he r joke. That what he conveyed is expressed In the language of the Misaourian, "You'll have to show me." Tkt-r are no live words in the English Unguage which so forcefully describe a mind fully convinced. . No dovfct 4 entertained by any one who ever wr Mr. Cooper of his re liable and unalterable position on the statehood yusUon. Th subject has been so fuiiy orte ovr within the past nine month, that we ti"ume every argument pro and ion is well under stood by' every At iaona votr. We fur ther presume that nine out of ten of those voters are absolutely certain that It would be imtxwsiftj to show them that jointure would be a good thing for Arizona. They are precisely in Mr. Cooper's position. Tho. who know Mr. Cooper, and know how he has discharg ed every public trust with which he has been charged know hat he will carry out to the letter the instructions which the voters of Arizona shall give him with respect to statehood, and every other matter concerning Arizo na. ,' - But it is within the experience of Mr. Smith that a delegate may change his mind regarding -even so momentous a matter as jointure. Though his views at the present time, are, undoubtedly sound, .there was a. time when.-he. was. open to conviction, when he had to be shown by the indignant lower house of the Twenty-first Legislature, that joint statehood was abhorrent to Ari zona. AN AFFRONT EITHER WAT. Col. Myron H. McCord, a federal of ficial by republican appointment, col lector of customs at Nogales, presided at a joint statehood meeting held there on Thursday night. In his capacity as chairman, he made a speech advocating the defeat of the republican candidate for delegate to congress. The Repub lican has already expressed its views on the subject of this feeble insurrec tion against the republican party In the territory and the political punishment which will probably be meted out to the insurrectionists. The chairmanship of Col. McCord has a more immediately interesting phase. Some months ago President Roosevelt wrote a letter to Dr. Mark A. Rodgers of Tucson, in which he said among other things, that while all fed eral appointees in Arizona would be allowed freedom of speech and free dom of ballot on the statehood question he desired them not to become per niciously active. We have understood that the president has addressed him self directly to his appointees in the same tenor. Most of them are opposed to joint statehood and those of them have re frained from any activity whatever. They have not presided at anti-joint-statehood meetings, and have not even occupied places on the platforms at such meetings. They have followed re ligiously the instructions of the presi dent. We do not know whether Col. Mc Cord has wilfully disobeyed those in structions, or whether he has put a" construction of his own upon the president's message. In the 1 latter event he has placed a greater affront upon the president than In the former. If Col. McCord believes .that the pres ident meant his Instructions only for anti-joint statehood appointees, he be lieves that the president's frequent re marks on the "square deal" were empty words. He can not say that he is acting in pursuance of the president's policy for the president can have no policy for this territory as to statehood. Con gress fixed the nation's policy and that in the form of the Foraker amendment contemplates that all the citizens of the territory entitled to vote shall vote and act as they see fit, federal appoin tees and private citizens, jointists and anti-jointists. If President Roosevelt in his instructions to federal officials meant as Col. McCord evidently thinks he meant, he violated an act of con gress when he -issued those instruc tions. We are sure that Col. McCord is in error and in order that the error may not be pesisted in, we would like to have a uling from the White House on the subject. The attorney general of New Mex ico has decided that the statehood bal lot and the territorial ballot shall be separate. That simplifies the matter both for the purchaser and the seller of the votes. The latter will know what he is doing and the former wha he is getting for his money. We fear the president's order for a faic election in the Land of Sunshine will be dis regarded. The importance of the office of jus tice of the peace in such a precinct as Phoenix is apt to be underestimated and parties frequently do not use enough care in selecting candidates l'or them. T,his year, though, the re publican party employed good Judg ment in the re-nomination of Colonel Johnstone, whose long service has well qualified him for the office. Th? manner in which he has administered it has the approval of both parties. I) What Do They Cure? The above question Is often asked con cerning Dr. Pierce's two leading medi cines, "Golden Medical Discovery" and "Favorite Prescription." The answer Is that "Golden Medical Discovery " is a most potent alterative or blood-purifier, and tonic or Invigorator and acts especially favorably in a cura tive way upon all the mucous lining sur faces, as of the nasal passages, throat, bronchial tubes, stomach, bowels and blaadeocuring a large per cent of catar rhal cases whether disease affects the nasal passages, the OrsDat, larynx, bron chia, stomaensfas catarrhal dyspepsia), bowels ( as murmiTtfcaJ. Dladder, uterus or other pelvic organ Eyen In inernrnnt or mrot YP ctap.pl8 f,f t atftfotiops. It i nftpp pnrrossful tn atfect- xnq-ravonie rrpsrrimion is aavis forT lie d 4 cj ass 01 q 1 Svcii. lar wea. 5 tia. uerarizements anc rtg.iurlti jpciti.mt tow kliict) oiiTv.Ti la a powerlul yet gently acting invigratr lnsr ionic and nervine. For weak worn- out, over-worked women no matte r what has caused the break-down, "Favorite Prescription "will bo found most effective In building up the strength, regulating the womanly functions, subduing pain and bringing about a healthy, vigorous condition of the whole system. A book of particulars wraps each bottle giving the formulae of both medicines and quoting what scores of eminent med ical authors, whose works arc consulted by physicians of all the schools of practice as guides in prescribing, say of each in gredient entering into these medicines. Tho words of praise bestowed on the several ingredients entering into Doctor Pierco's medicines by such writers should have more weight than any amount of non - professional testimonials, because such men are writing for tho guidance of their medical brethren and know whereof they speak. Both medicines are non-alcoholic, non secret, and contain no harmful habit formlng drugs, being composed of glyceric extracts of the roots of native, American medicinal forest plants They are both sold by dealers in medicine. You can't afford to accept as a substitute for one of these medicines of knoMh composition, any secret nostrum. Dr. Pierce's Pellets, small, sugar-coated, easy to take as. candy, regulate and In vigorate stomach, liver ana bowels. 8 I. Kyle, the other rerrlibllcan candi date, is thoroughly familiar with tli. affairs of the justice's court by reason iif his long association with It us an officer of it. ' He is moreover, a man of good judgment and of high integ rity: Our friend, the Santa Ye New Mex ican, is frothing at the mouth. I threatens Arizona for the alleged In sults by the newspapers and 'speaker., of this territory during the statehood campaign. It promises us that New Mexico will gft oven with us, an perhaps very soon. Tliat is. we sup pose when jointure forces us into Nfcv n ,.iiit.Vi Wo h:ivp no doubt JlCAItdll I 1 1.1 . ' - - ' j of that and that is why we are side- i stepping the ciuicn. imcs yuui ui, Colonel Frost, we have spoken and written no more disrespectfully of New Mexico than the Arizona Jolntlsta do of Arizona. Be sure and bring a loaf of bread to the Fair. Make it with Perfect Flour. r IT'S INTERESTING AND IT'S GRATIFYING TO ALL THAT COME TO OUR MEAT MARKET, to note the Immense volume of business we do. It's the natural result of giving customers the choicest hx our lines MEATS OYSTERS DELICATESSEN . FRUITS Phone and open an account. S.J.TRIBOLET, 110-116 E. Washington St. Phone Main f. Wholesale. IUU1I, ONE MILLION TREES AND ROSES For sale at 25 per cent discount for cash. Trees guaranteed to grow true to name and free of scale. Wagner's Nursery 4-Mile south of Eastlake Park. Address R. F. D. 1. Orders called for and delivered. Phone Black ZZ2. THE ARIZONA CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS is the best place in town to get your clothes cleaned or dyed. Mrs. Lillur Wilson and Claud Jones, 239 East Washington St. Props. CLINTON CAMPBELL GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND SUPERINTENDENT ?HOWBHn?4 PKOEMX. ARIZOM Miller's Drug Store N. E. Cor. Center and Wash St. Phone Main 113. Everything commonly kept in a first class drugstore. 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. Fl. N. Miller, Prop. THE HUMBOLDT, BUYERS OF Gold, Silver, and Ores and WORKS: Humboldt, Yavapai County, Arizona, Near Presoott OFFICES: Prescott National Bank Building, Presoott Arizona. Empire Building, New York. CHARLES E. FINNEY. Vies President and Genera! Manajjer. CWARD W. BROOKS, Or Purchasing Agent. Office, Phoenix, Arii m il I ff 320 AGUES I With house, , barn, wagon shed and chicken houses and yards. Good well and wind mill. Wa ter piped to house and bain and pasture lot. About Iviir r,r iim land is In alfalfa and the balance was in grain last" year. Eleven fields fenced in hog fencing. Water in the Maricopa and Appropriators' canals. This is an ideal place for rais ing stock or all kinds and the best alfalfa and grain lands in the valley. If taken soon it can be had at an Acre Greene & Griffin Real Estate, Loans and Insurance 42 North Center St. f PHOENIX ARIZONA ONION SETS Just Received Hill's Seed House 22 W. Jefferson THE HOFFMAN EVERTTHIG FIRST CLASS Michelob Brief on Draught JACK GIBSON, Proprietor. For Sale at a Bargain ! BEST IMPROVED RANCH IN THE VALLEY Before buying, . investigate mine. Terms to suit purchaser. One mile west of Alhambra brick yard. Thos. McGinnis Farmers, Miners, Prospectors. Get the best rtapl tn-Kieiiea r.t the lowest prices. We have a large and -well assorted: stock of groceries that's why our store Is 10 busy all the time. The finest TEAS and COF FEES. Buy Griebel'a Groceries. Frank GriebePs 211-220 W. Washtnjten L Phone 4X1. ARIZONA Copper Copper Mattes. It's Time to Take Action If It's a PIANO ACTION, you can afford only the very best. Our pianos honestly IMPROVE WITH AGE AND USE. Let us explain this to i . you and prove it beyond a doubt. EASY TIME PAYMENTS The Wiley B. Allen W O 111 P Sltiy 0-11 East For PACIFIC GAS CORNER FIRST AVE. ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC Fall Term opens October 1st. Instruction In all branches nt music Write for Catalogue. MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Director Phoenix, Arizona GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT Coolest and Cleanest Place in Town to Eat. Nice private rooms for parties 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 Restaurant 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. CHARLIE, LING & CO., Props. The California Restaurant Famous Agua Caliente Springs ertits. EMU'f'inll v aHi't'l tn tli' euro of KlietimatiMii and all Hlixxl Liseast's. Acua alit'im? i wati-r was ssiven the ili-r medal, the hieht-st i i in iih.iIh I ions at the Hctl Mndesli. rxr information, rate", etc-, auilrexa Altnee ffeaestl. Yuma. Arizona, or Hotel Medeiti, Ag'aa Caliente Ariioaa. r Mesa-Roosevelt Stage Go. Operating between Mesa, Roosevelt, Globe and Tayson, and between Mesa and the Arizona dam, dally except Sunday. Stage leaves Mesa for Roosevelt, 6 a. m.; Roosevelt for Mesa, Globe or Pay son, 6 a. m. For Arizona dam, 7:30 a. m. Leave Globe for Roosevelt and Mesa, 6:45 a. m. 4H i m airaiiKins i from Chicago Or St. Louis to New York equipment, fast time via Niagara Fall s, Berkshire hills. ROSS C. CLINE, P. C. P. Agent Cut Flowers for sale at Dunbar's Rose Gardens Corner West Adams and Twenty-first Sts. Telephone Main 56. MOHN & DRISCOLL FUNERAL DIRECTORS E. N. JENKINS, manager. P. c. PADDOCK. Aaa't Man. Washington St. J ce Reserve the & ELEC. CO. AND JEFFERSON STr. ' - - - - - - - - m m m m 9 -s-fa-yi- m-r.-rrr 35 North First Ave, Phoenix, Arizona awaul at tin- fct Ltniis Kxpofitioii. t Sr- General office. Mesa, Arizona. allow tho Flag or your inp ease, e:k agent xo route WABASH CONTINENTAL LIMITED. and New fen gland points. Modem? Mohawk Valley, Hudson River and LOS ANGELES, Cal. . MUSIC. MRS. ISAAC H. HAYES Teacher of Piano Music. Studio - 620 North First St NOTARY PUBLIC TT it ianAr xr-.r tjvh- ancing- a specialty. Acknowledg-eateBtt taken. 110 North Ceater street. CHIROPODY. I 1 j i jt T.-) rcD.oTai rr cornn or oanlons price, fiUceniPeHCB rT.TtTy assured. Pat or mhc. All instriirnentBsterilUd.FaIsia Barber Shop. 43 W .Washington,. St., opp 8a um Fe .office. Telephone ited 962.. Infrowina Nails a Specialty. . ; .. . kHA&K. eHIBUCTt t 'COMING CON ' The weather man says coitl weather is Hearing th.- Arizona line, and warns everyone to prepare for the worst win ter in luo years and to show his pru dence, Mas-sie- has Just got In a big stock of fine ail-wool and all-cotton blankets, and "a . fine lot of comforts, mattresses, pillows, heating stoves and many othft things for the winter months. He has a fine line of butcher knives, pocket knives, scissors, harps, tape lines, with appropriate pictures of all kinds. Tou should go there today. Prices the lowest. , . MASSIE'S Second Hand Store . 32-34 W. Washington St. Phone Main 351. Easierling&VhitnBy Undertakers Successors to A. J BRADLEY. 216 V7. Waihintoi St. Phone Mala TSt Lady attendant. All Short Orders Reduced In Price Corns an j Eat With Us. s Patrcnizs a WHITE Restaurant CAFE, 11 West Washington St. CHOP HOUSE, 19 North Center St (r Two Hew Models Winlon Type X I V Winton F,l Best Yet . Bargains In New and'. Second hand Runabouts. Arizona Automobile Co. 25-31 North Second St. Tt, Af; qi1? 3 The VALLEY MILLS at the Fair will award J50.00 In prizes for the best loaf of bread made from erf oct Flour also $50.00 in prizes for the best loaf of bread made from H. O. RAMSEY VETERINARY SURQEON 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 Scoffs Sania!-Popii Oapsiifs V A POSITIVE CUR Jv"rcriceEi anil ll.eet. aa 3; i.a . u.i nic irg r-s: nioi? "f.ui eio, . .nit' . ? irdKiCS i'rsy. H.i:. or oy ma'., Pvt.ejii.'N 1 IX-, a toes fi j : TH SANTAl-PfrS: CC-; sy ej 1 1 cf )M t sv r - Daisy Flour -"' v FcrlnflarcmailonorCatarr?: t i cf tbe MlacUler ana Uiseaaae 'tW 1 Klineys. No cur no pa( f V b Cures Cu'ckJy aui Vf.t-nt I; f S retit:T tr.e ors: case u-: ELVEY. A ItULSTT ACSNT&.