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THE ARIZONA IlUrUnLICAN THURSDAY HORNlNGv NO VIIMBF.I! I 1000
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day in the Year bj THE, Arizona Publishing Co GEO. W. VICKERS. rrea. and Gen. Ug. Exelueire Mormn Msociaied Press rtiatche. The only FerfecUng Preea In Arlzoaa The only battery Llnotypea In Arizona. Publication office: 38-38 Bait Adams treet. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix, Arizona, a mail matter of the second clasa. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mail, dally, one year J9-0Q Weekly, one year 2.00 Cash In advance. BT CARRIER. Dally, per month 71 eta The Arizoim Republican Is on sale at nil ol A mow' street news htaml wnsinis in Los An geles, San liiigo ami Long Peach. FHoF.NIX ARIZ., XOVKMIiKIl 1. 19'Jfi For Delegate to Congress Wm. F. Cooper Republican Ticket Maricopa County Councilman WATSON PICKRELL. Members Legislative Assembly ELLIOTT EVANS WIN FIELD SCOTT J. C. REED - FREDERICK WEBB. Sheriff JOHN G. HARDIN. Treasurer RICARDO E. MINER. District Attorney ERNEST W. LEWIS. Probate 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. THE CHANGEABLE MR. PIBLEi. The Hon. Joseph Sibley, a manufrv turcr of lubricating oils, former presi dent of the Pennsylvania State Dairy men's Association and incidentally a member of congress, was In Albuquer que the other day. The Albuquerque Citizen, one of those newspapers in capable of distinguishing living issues from the dead, extracted an Interview from Mr. Sibley o:i the subject of joint statehood. Mr. Sibley, to use a technical expression, employed by dairymen "gave down" freely to the extent of a couple of columns on the subject of joint statehood. Mr. Sibley stated, as we recall very well, that one time he was in favor of single statehood. He took the ground then with Senator Quay that both Arizona and New Mexico were entitled by right to admission as sep arate states. He does not advance in support of his change of views that either or both of the -territories have retrograded nor does he explain by what process they have lost a right they had two years ago. Before p-rojeedir.g further, we may remark that Mr. Sibley is not as the laws of the Modes and Persians. II" has always been more or less affect ed by environment. His views upon any subject have been hardly less sta ble than the colors of the chameleon. "What political mutations he under went in his immature political J life, we are not informed, but in the early j)'s he was a hard and fast democrat of state prominence. In the stormy democratic national con vention of 1S?6 a small minority turn ed to him as a manufacturer of lub ricants, as oil to be poured upon the troubled waters. He received a few votes for the nomination for president and a large number of votes as run ning mate for Mr. Bryan. Four years later Mr. Sibley became a republican and has since been a mem ber of congress from a republican dis trict. In liino he was frightened out of his party by tin; silver heresy, yet he would have accepted a nomination as candidate for vice president four years earlier. He would have endur ed crucifixiou on the cross of gold and he eagerly put forth his hand for the crown of thorns. We allude to these historical facts only to illustrate that Mr. Sibley's views on matters witn which he may be presumed to be fa miliar are subject to change. Of how much value then arc his opinions concerning tihngs with which he has no - familiarity, such for in stance as the circumstances surround ing the joint statehood question? That he is destitute of knowledge concerning them we infer from hi" avoidance of them throughout that two column interview and his generaliza tion of the benefits to be derived from jointure as well as his caviller thrust ing aside in a lump all the objections which have been raised against joinl u re. Mr. i-'ibicy laid especial strewn upon a conveisatijn which he bad lately had with President Roosevelt in which this statehood matter became a topic, we presume an anticipation of Mr. Sib ley's projected tour of the southwest. The president told him, Mr. Sibley fcr.il, and we have no reason to doubt his word since it has come to us from other sources, that this was the terri tories' opportunity of a lifetime; that if statehood were rejected now U would not be offered again for twenty -five yea is. All this f have gone over, but we sha'l briefly refer to it again. No man. democratic, jeintist or anti-jointis!. has the slightest doubt that if the ter ritories should ask for joint statehood nn e'labling act would-be passed at tne coming short session with the presi dent's fullest approval. The jointists themselves assure us that it will b forced upon us by the next congress, without our asking and the democrats confirm them with the modification that only Mark Smith can prevent it. Wink- we are certain that there will I.e r.o more of jointure within twenty five years or any other period, we are equally ceitain that it can be had at any time a majority of each of th. ten itories demands it. As to single statehood, which a!.-o falls under the president's t wenty-five year interdicticn. we believe that even the president knows no .more about what w!:l take place in public life twenty-five years hence, or ten or fiv" years hence than , any persons stH! urboi p. A more reasonable v'ew is that we will be granted single statehood with in a reasonable time. In the event o." a national democratic administration, it would come at cnee. But in the mo:e probable event of a continuance of republican power, our continental territorial system can not be much longer maintained and the territories must be wiped out. It is for us to sa whelhtr they .shall be displaced by joint statehood or single statehood. We shall say it next Tuesday. There has been a good deal of poli tical excitement during the last month or so; everybody has been more or less interested, but a reference to the advertising columns of The Republi can shows that the merchants of Phoe nix and the valley are not giving their whole time to politics. They have been studying the question of advertising at the same time, studying it harder than they have been studying politics. They have learned among other things, though most of them knew it before, that circulation is the basis of advan tage in advertising; thai it t more ad vantageous to reach all the people of the valley through one medium like The Republican than it is to try to reach a part of the people through a half d'i:'."ii other mediums. The Re publican affords lo its patrons an op portunity for concert of effort. An ad ei Using appropriations divided among many papers is like an army which is defeated by being cut off i-, detail. In some communities, in most of them, in fact, it is necessarp to ad vertise in all of the newspapers in order to reach, all the people. The Re publican makes it possible to reach all the people of this community, city and country at the same time, and on the day of publication. We trust that the voters of this comity will compare the democratic and republican tickets man by man during the next four days. If this com parison is made honestly we republi cans will be- glad to take our chance-. Readers of The Republican will ob serve that the position of "I)r" T. K. Wilson, who is pu trayed standing be sii'e ids sick patient Joint Statehood, is not entirely without a parallel. His only hope of recovering a fee lies in . The Badge of Honesty I on every wrapper of Doctor PiereVj Golden Medical Discovery because a full list of the ingredients composing ii is printed there in plain English. Forty years of experience has proven Its superior worth as a blood purifier and invigorat ing tonic for the cure of stomach disorders and all liver ills. It builds up tho run down system as no other tonic can in which alcohol is used. The active medic inal principles of native roots such as Golden Seal and Queen's root, Stone and Mandrake root, Uloodroot and Elark Cherrybark are extracted and preserved by the use of chemically pure, triple- j refined glycerine. Send to Dr. R. V. Pierce at Buffalo, N. Y., for free booklet which i quotes extracts from well-recognized med- j ical authoritki such as Drs. liartholow, j King, Scudder, Coe, Ellingwood and a j host of olhopg, showing that these roots J can be dptfnded upon for their curative action ifiall weak states of the stomach. accomppied fey Indigestion or dyspepsia as well j indll bilious or liver complaints j and in smVasting diseases" where thero ! Is losyejflesh and gradual running down ! of tli!rstrength and system. .- The "(Golden Medical Pi?covrv " makes rleh. p'.ire blood and so invigorate and' regulate thestomuch. liver and bowels and, through them, the whole system! Thus all skin affections.blotches, pimples and eruptions as well as scrofulous swel lings and old open running sores or ulcers are cured and healed. In treating old running sores, or ulcers, it is well to in- if- sure their healing to apply to them Dr. Pierce's All-Healing Salve. If your drug- gist don't happen to have this Salve in I stock, send fifty-four cents in postage I stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel i and Surgical Institute, HufTalo. N. Y., and j a largo lox of the "All-Healing Salve" wilj reach you by return post. ' You can't alTord to accept a secret nos- 1 trum as a substitute for this non-alcoholic, I medicine ok known composition, not ' even though the, urgent dealer may ! thereby mako a little bigser profit. j Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate j and Invigorate stomach, liver and bowels, j ouKiir-coaiau, uny granules, easy to take a candy. Does your face look fresh, ord.it ,,..,,. low, faded and worn ? If your complex ion isn'tsmoothamltrnnsprircnt as you would like it to lc,use IIAGAX'S MAG NOLIA BALM. No woman need look old and worn who will use this delight ful liquid beautiiicr. Harmless, instantly applied and impossible to detect. , I the death of the suffering victim. Many a physician has got a fee out of an tstate which would never have been forthcoming from the patient's pocket in his life time. Our jointist frimds continue to lie about that New Mexican liberal tax assessment system with a persistence worthy of a nobler cause. Arizonians who want a productive delegate in congress will vote for W. Cooper. THE CHAMPION DOGS. W. J. Rockefeller's Kennel Wins the National Cup. Baltimore, Mil., net. 31. A sharp wind was blowing and a drizzling rain fell todav, but members of the National Beagle club of America had a fair; day's sport. 'lasses' for packs of four;?; for both the 15 and IZ inch dogs were I decided w hen the bench show deter- ! mined the winner of the national dial- letige cup offered by V. J. Rockefellei. A president of the club. It was won by Mr. Rock feller himself i y T 1 i i Til i n n i n n . 1 1 and as tb's make.-; the for Ids Rockridge kennels it becomes ' H his permanent property. The cup has : j been contended for for the past s -ven ' H years. It is mol'icially stated that an- j o other cup will be offered by Mr. Rekc- fi felier. but under strictly d.lt'ci'ent con- !n dilions. In o ' I 1 STENSLAN D'S CASHIER. Wants to His Tried Somewhere Else THran in Chicago. Chicago. Oct. 31. The application of Heti'ry W. Hering. formerly cashier of the Milwaukee Avenue Savings bank' of which Raul . Stensland was pres- . ident. for a change of venue from Cook , county was denied today. t The trial will now proceed and ttu selection of the jury was commenced i late today. The charges against Her- j ing are forgery and embezzlement. I DC.ATH OR PARALYSIS. j Colorado Springs. Colo.. ct. 31. ; Central W. J. Ralrm r is ho-, eiing be- tueen life and death and the end may j come at any time. If he recovers! which will be almost a miracle he will ' be paralyzed in Ids lower limbs and ! never be able to walk. ; CONSERVATISr- Curtail j'our risk by invest ing in bonds. A. B. LEACH & CO NEW YORK BOSTON CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA MASSAGE (5. A. Roberts, the Masseur, is no v associated wit h the Arizona Sanita rium, and will be j leased to meet ;mc one wis!) ing Massage Treatment. We r.lso have compcto.it masseuse vh i will j;ive skillful, courteous, attention to ladies. Separate apart ment fo. ladies. Treatments piven at the san itarium, or in your room. Phone .lied 1533. The Arizona Sanitarium, ul" ("enter Street. e THE Anzosii Siiiiliiii Gfla HUMBOLDT, BUYERS OF Gold, Silver, and Ores and WORKS: Humboldt, Yavapai County, Arizona, Near Preacott. OFFICES: Preacott Natianal Bank Building, Praacott, Arizona. Empira Build'ng, Nw York. CHARLES E. FINNEY, Viea Preaidant and General Manager. EWARD W. BROOKS, Orm Purchasing Ajent. Office, Phoenix, Arix. TO VOTE AGAINST JOINT STATEHOOD Put an X in the square at the 1 BOTTOM of the Ballot. Thus: NO With house, barn, w:ion shed and chicken houses a;ul yards. Good well and wind mill. Wa ter piped to house and barn and pasture lot. About half of the 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 ileal place for rais ing stock of all kinds and the best alfalfa and grain lands in the valley. If taken soon it can be had at $85 an Acre Greene & Griffin Real Estate, Loans and Insurance 42 North Center St. PHOENIX ARIZONA Miller's Drug Store N. E. Cor. Center and Wash Sta. Phone Main 113. Everything commonly kept in a first class drug store. Second Annual Territorial Pair. November l-th to 17th. M.ik. qua! te! our store your head- I.eave your packages; meet your friends. Have c.i re. your mail sent in our Cordial welcome to all. Telephone us when in a hurry. We deliver promptly. I!, II, Miller, Prop. ARIZONA ii Copper Copper lattes. III j 20 ACRES Six Carloads of Pianos Coming! Must Have Room! We have several mw and iisr-d pianos and organs that we will close out immediately at a gleat sac rilice. Pianos $50 Each and Up Organs $25 Each and Up EASY TIME PAYMENTS OF ?5 PER MONTH. The Wiley B. Allen Company 9-11 East 13 MOTHERS Your daughters at the Central ing. See that they have a gas stove, school, and will need same at home. LIGHT WITH ELECTRIC, a.-d COOK WITH GAS PACIFIC GAS CORNER FIRST AVE. ARIZONA. SCHOOL OF MUSIC Fall Term opens October 1st. Instruction In all branches mu3i-. Write for Catalogue. MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Director Phcenix, Arizona GARDEN CITY Coolest and Cleanest Place In Town to and families. Regular Nos. 22 and 24 East lj Yee Sing's American Kitchen j Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private roomi unA familv tvle when deaircd. Sina does all his own pastry. For a good .('dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Sir.y's ne.v Ameri- ! can Kitchen. 41 W -.IU CMfv Cff Plincniv Arlrnna. The EugIisH. KitcHer 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. I'lease Come. CHARLIE, LING & CO, Props. f he California Restaurant Frimni!'? Acriia Ralipnifi Snrinas t-J r - o w . . 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 t i in',ii' Hii'i reeli i : h ti e j.rej.- erties. Ktpecia i ly 8'iKI't. d to t ho u re ef r.l.euniH ti.-ni n n.l ft ! 1 1'.!. ie.l Ijim . Aum Hhviitei water was piven the i'vT ip-dal. ilie l.-tihes-t tiwa'd hi tiie st l.tmij Kxj i-.tieii. ;io.l i-..in!iiii.iHtieri at the Hot. 1 Me.li -M. l..r in totmatien. rati", etc-, BLliiri..ss Althee M odetti. Yum. Arizona, it Hotel Modetti. Aena Calient Arizora. i 2C Pilesa-Roosevelt Stage Co, Operating between Mesa, r.oosevelt. Globe and Tayson, and between Mesa and the Arizona dam, daily except Sunday. Stage leaves Mesa for Roosevelt, 6 a. m.; Roosevelt for Mesa, Gle.be or Tayson, C a. m. For Arizona dam, 7;C0 a. m. Leave Globe for Roosevelt and Mesa, G:15 ;l! ni. General office. Mesa. Ari-zona. mm. Trom Chicago or St. Louis to New Tor equipment, fast time via Niagara Fall L'erkBhire hills. ROSS C. CLINE. P. C. P, Agent. Cut Flower for sale at Dunbar's Rose Gardens Corner West Adams and Twentyfirst Sts. Telephone Main 06. (I MOHN & DRISCOLL FUNERAL DIRECTORS o E. N. JENKINS. Manager. P. C. PADDOCK. Aa't Man. WashinBton St. -'-.v-ri --v..--- ATTENTION School are learning to si they have everytliinf do your cook Up to date at & ELEC. CO. AND JEFFERSON ST. RESTAURANT Kat. Nice private rooms for rartiea Short orders. Meals 25c Washington Street. CHARLEY LOO CHUCK, Proprietor. S5 North First flvc, Phoenix, - - Arizona I'ailv StHL-e fr la F nind, J ri.ri-a, en the aitl.ein I n. nie llHiiwiiy. Water eeiitnin. - S,fs,ri; follow the Wa cr 3 In arranging for your trip east, ask agent to route you via WABASH CONTINENTAL LIMITED. k anil New Kngland points. Modern a, 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. FASCOE, Notary Publle. Codtt ano.lng a epeclalty. Aeknowlds'Kie&t taken. 110 North Center etreec CHIROPODY. PA1NI.KSS rpmoTal of rornn or hunlann priceB hOcents eaeh Pr:vaeT nwiired. Taj or nicht. All instrnineiits sterilized FaKia Bartier Phon. 4: W- WahliiRton St., opp tHt.ta Fe otSee. Telephone Re, J 0f.i. InCvmiut hail a Sp-ttT Hello, Hello, Hallo! Is tills; Massie's second hand ?; e Ves. ma'am, this is Massie ta!k:- I w hat is it today ?" I "Why, say. have you an all-wool . j square for $"?" j "Yes. ma'am." 1 "And have you a cotton art si..: I f-.r M.:.'?" ! "Yes. ma'am." I "Weil. I do declaf-: I have bn . ; over town to li:.d a cheap riii f"-- j bedroom and they all v.rre s i But Mrs. Mal')".- was tt-:ii: g m '. the awful big bargains you are sr:: I in rugs, blankets, comforts and n. . '. 1 esses. No '.v. I a;n s clad: I w i.l ': I I up to your store Monday ai.-l I v I ' to furnish up a nice I 1 know." room to rent, y "All li-i'.t. Mrs. Morn. We have : iron beds, and dress, rs. stees. I.-:: ers. chairs and in fact e-ryth:i.g i i make the room look i.ice.' Ca.i Main 231. MASSIE'S Second Hand Store i ' . TIT XXT orViJnl C in 0 Easterling&Vhiiney Undertakers Succenort to A. J. BRADL EY. 216 W. Washington St. Phon Maia tl. Lady attendant. 1 -r... ,. -.j.f ..... -.; e Prices Reduced Service Improved. Best cf Everything the Market Affords. CAFE. 11 West Washington St. CHOP HOUSE. 13 North Center St. R Two ITew Models Winton Type "XIV A N D .1: ill ill ft I ' f I Winton Best Yet Eargains in New and Second hand Itunabouts. Arizona Autoo'oila Co. 25-31 North Second St. Phone Main 333 iO. t The VALLEY MILLS at the Fair will award Jj-1.00 in p.rizes for the best loaf of bread made from also foil. nil in j.rize.s for the be: loaf of bread made from Daisy Flour II. O. RAMSEY VETERINARY SUROEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Gentle horses and nice rigs for hire. Office and stable, corner First avenue and Jefferson St. Phone Black 553. Phoenix. Arir. A POSITIVE CUR P e Vla-lder .ni ii s i i Perfect Flour 1 .'.'ie;j ?of :f Cures Cu.ckJr asi J'e'i t, r?r: f tre o': e?ei nWCf.'i.O't fc.J "..f-i. 0 nar' ct ci; s arc !!.('. or t- tna' . f.-i tJ 1 .'. a Miei : ;r. IKE SANTAi-Ff.'Jia CC, r : f1 I , H I; Ei J I B V ELYfcY 6 HWU5TT. A9EriI9.