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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY 3IORMXG, FEBRUARY 7, 1908.
2 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day in th Ysar By THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. 0B:0. W. VICKERS. Pre, and Gee. Ugr. KxrluHlTe Morning- Associated Preaa tilupatt'htiB. Only perfecting pre to Arizona. The only battery of Linotype la A riioua. Publication office: W-tt Eaat Aaam atreet. Talephona Main 47. Entered at the poitofflee at Phoenix. Arizona, aa mall matter of the second claas. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mall, dally, one year W OC Weekly, one year 100 Caab In advance. BT CARRIER. Dally, per month , .78 et. The Arizona Republican la on aale at all of Amoa' itreet news stand wagon In Ixm Angeles, San Diego and Long Beach. PHOENIX. ARIZ.. FHBRl'ARY 7. 19f.S. THE REMOVAL OF STILLIXOS. If President Roosevelt had removed Charles A. Stilling, public printer of the United States, a year ago. no sig nificance would have attached to the net. But the decapitation of Mr. Still ing df.v before yesterday will natur ally raise pp. inquiry as to why it was performed. Mr. Stilling had been charged with ro new offense: in fact so ?reat ft lull had come about the government printing office that most , people who had been aware of the pre vious disturbance believed that peace had been established. Mr. Stilllngs was appointed public printer two years ago last November. Almost from the beginning there was war between him and the Washington Central Labor Union growing out of a dispute between him and the local typographical union In regard to the use of machines. That Industrial dis pute was submitted to the president and was dismissed by him. the public printer being sustained. Then an attack was made upon Stilllngs on the ground of mismanage ment of his office. Ho was charged with the violation of the federal eight hour law and with improper, if not un lawful, discrimination among the em ployes of the office. He was further charged with a disregard of the civil service rules and with being somewhat of n tyrant. Petitions setting forth the delin quencies of Stilllngs bombarded, the White House, and labor delegations from the Central Union and from or ganizations in different parts of the country called on the president in per son. They were curtly dismissed, hav ing been given to understand by the president that Stillings was a man af ter his own heart. All this was more than a year ago, and Mr. Stillings ap peared to be pretty firmly established. The unions ceased agitating his re moval and the matter was all but for gotten until it was announced on Wednesday that Stillings had been re moved. Even the Central Labor Union had not anticipated that action, for it knew nothing of it until the ukase had gone forth, though a delegation bear ing precisely the same charges which the president had previously . disre- j garded called at the White House a few hours later. So far aa Is known no charges had been lodged in the meantime. There will be a tendency to asso ciate the president's spontaneous ac juiesence in the harshly rebuffed de mand of the union a rear earlier with Iris changed attitude toward organized labor as disclosed by his special mes sage. Those who had already suspect ed the message to be a political docu ment, a stump speech, an appeal to class prejudices in the guise of a state paper, will find confirmation of their suspicions in all. the circumstances preceding and attending the removal of Stillinss. OST-ER HAS HIS JOKE. Dr. William Osier indulged in the grim jok of sending a bottle of chlor- j oform lo tWi.T brothers of his acquaint ance at Albion College, Mich., who eel- , ebrated their 60tli anniversary last week. Tho Honor's friends have al ways insisted that his suggestion that when .persons reached the mark of three-score years they become worth- less and should be chloroformed was merely a little play of humor. Of ourse that Is true. No sensible per- j ever supposed the doctor expected the chloroform proposition to be taken : seriously. But he was serious enough : in the reasoning and opinion which ' led up to it, and it is that fact which j Ims boen resented b:- the public and led to the presentation of overwhelm- ' Jng evidence that his logic and con- I elusions were false. The doctor in the ' same talk also held that the creative .and initiative period of a man's life ended when he was fort:-. That Is ; equally contrary to the experience of mankind. ' The Rochester Democrat Chronicle, friendly alike to President Roosevelt and Governor Hughes, finds that after all tby differ only temperamentally. That reminds us that an early humor ist found the only essential difference between ptradlse. and Hades to be In the latter's lack of water and good so ciety. Sow that the Democrat Chron icle has spoken of It. we recall having noticed a temperamental difference be- UNION fcjL A BCL tween the president and most other statesmen of the present day. The heavr snows In eastern cities are a godsend to the unemployed. When we come to think of It, since the beginning of McKinley's administra tion until this wlhter. It was more dif ficult o !T-d rio. to shn'-cl snow than It was to rind snow for men toltovel. The war department has not exhib ited great forethought in calling upon the Ohio national guard to defend the United States against the Japanese when there !s such a condition of un rest '-n the Buckeye state. It is recorded, in an industrial note in an exchange, that Arkansas pro duced over 2fl0.0ii0.000 shingles last year. This news will cause a sudden revival of the small boy's interest In the subject of abolishing corporal pun ishment. "Thaw helps clear city of great fall of snow," says a headline in a New Tork paper, but this does not mean that the scion of one of Pittsburg's leading families has been set to work with snow-shovel. A mar. has 'een arrested In Boston for stealing a glass eye. When a Bos tonlan enters upon a life of crime he may be counted on to do something perfectly devilish. Mr. Bryan again makes its plainly understood that he does not care a farthing whom the democrat nominate for president as Ion? an the man i William Jennings Bryan. The announcement that the duty on French champagne has been reduced will have only an, academic interest for the people of Georgia. An Ohio mar. has been sent to jail for stealing a graphophone. The in sane asylum would seent to be the proper place for him. PHOtMX BUILDING DILL PUT INTO THE HOUSE It Carries $150,000 for the Purchase of a 8ie ar-d Cost of Construction. Washington, D. C Feb. 6. (Special) Delegate Smith of Arizona today In troduced a bill in the house providing 1150.000 for t!' rmrrhasp of n olte and ! the erection of a public building at Phoenix. John S. Mcllvaine has been appoint ed postmaster at Christmas. Ariz- vice A. I. Winz. resigned. o DIVORCE GRANTED MRS. AURORA HANSEN Story of the Romance and Trouble of a Couple Well Known Here. . After a married life of nine years filled with romance and trouble, Mrs. Ajurora L. Seass Hansen was granted an interlocutory decree of divorce yes terday from. A. G. Hansen, who won his bride in the first place by killing a man before her face in a duel in Ari zona to save her from possible death. Thus Balth the Los Angeles Times of Sunday morning, and the story is of considerable local interest for the story of Mr. Snd Mrs. Hansen was mainly enacted In this county where both are well known. Continuing the Times publishes suf ficient of her genealogical tree to es tablish her relationship to several not able Illinois people, among them her brother-in-law. O. W. Stewart, chair man of the executive committee of the national prohibition party, and a Chi cago university professor. It then re cites her coming to Arizona for her health, her engaging in the business of ranching south of Tempe. and the in cident that led to their marriage as follows: "It was early in 1898 that her future husband appeared on the scene. He was a widower and was employed by Miss Seass to clear certain portions i of her ranch. , Her great-uncle, Aaron Powers, at this time also came to the ranch for a visit. He was an old miner, a Forty-niner and a friend in their palmy days of Flood, Fair and Mackay. Saturday, February 8th, v :,.h.j Beginning 2:30 p. m. This will be a big, wonderful sight. Simply go to the city show pen, at the rear of the court house. No car fare and time saved. Tou will learn and see much. Be there with the crowd. OLD MISSION MUSEUM BENHAM & BRI2ARD COMPANY, Corner Second Avenue and Jefferson Street, back of Court House. While there Miss Seass had trouble with a neighbor, a German, over an irrigating ditch. This neighbor had filled In one she had had dug, 'and when she went there with Hansen and a number of peona to open it, this man stood guard with a' rifle and threatened to kill any one who disturbed the ditch. "But Miss Seass advanced, and the man turned the rifle straight toward her with a menacing gesture. At that moment. Hansen phot him down where he stood. Hansen was arrested, tried and acquitted. I tell you, said Mrs. Hansen, I worked hard to get him ac quitted,' and he became my hero. You know how it is with a girl. He was of fine presence, handsome and reckless. He wis acquitted on June 4, and on July 4 we- were married." Then followed the allegation that Hansen became addicted to gambling and in order to save what was left of the ranch Mrs. Hansen's father took It over and the family moved to Garvan za near Los Angeles. Family quarrels followed and she avers that one day he. struck her and circulated stories that she was insane. Finally on July 4, 1907. nine years to a day after their marriage, she told him they would have to separate. Suit was instituted last August and was decided as above, on the ground of cruelty. ' o NEW NOTARY. John McGowan of Douglas was - yesterday appointed a notary public by Governor Kihbey. If you want l absolutely sP CELEBRATED nurt medicine CELEBRATED VTA . , ... , BITTERS the Bitters. We guarantee it so. It will cure anJ pre vent Sour Risings, Flatulency, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Colds and Malarial Fever J STORE OPEN UNTIL Midnight WHY NOT PHONE MAIN 113 f.-r what you want at the Drug Store the same as you do the grocer or baker? You are not asking us to do any special fa vor at all when you do, as it Is a part of our regular business and a part that we have devel oped along progressive lines with prompt, intelligent tele phone service and quick special delivery service at any . hour from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Next time you want anything in the drug, aundry or stationery line and want It right quick, WHY NOT PHONE MAIN 113? A. L. BOEHliER, THE DRUGGIST. SANITARY i DRYING ROOMS Up-to-date Shirt Machine t Domestic Finish TROY LAUNDRY W-M-W-M-H-H-HH-W-H-W-- MILLINERY The Most Exclusive Designs of Smart Street, Party and Evening Hats A carefully selected line of Fine Shapes and Trimmings. Tour own materials made up. THE LICHTENSTEIN SISTERS. Formerly with Mdme. Close. Phone Black 1934. E21 E. Van Buren. Opp; High School. jH"H"l"H"t"I"M"M I H 1 1 1 11 M" 80 Acres Fine orange land, twenty t acres In alfalfa, twenty acres in , trees and vines and forty acres readv for trees. On good terms f'x-SS.000 i 10 Acres 9 ntlYi Imnlira nprna In nranfre X trees, bearing, all fenced and X f level, for 8.000 20 Acres ten acres in alfalfa, four-room 4" house and good wind mill. Close t to Glendale, for $2,250 2 10, 20 or 40 Acre jj i Tracts T Ideal grounds for garden and T 4. cantaloupe growing. Terms to suit, at SlOO Pe acre. T This land Is only six miles from the city and water from the Salt River Canal. Greene & Griffin, Real Estate and Investment Co. 127 N. Center St- , -Hfr H WlfK I 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 H 14 FAMOUS INDUSTRIAL LIBERTY BAND AND ORCHESTRA. Now ready for engagements; dance and concert work; parades,, picnics, tc. Latest popular and classic music futn'shed. Y. Hustos, Director. 112 E. Adams St. Phone B 171. Best of ref ( rences. Cough Why Cough When you can cure It with one bottle, of SYRUP OF WHITE PINE AND B, TAR. PRICE 23 - , For "Sale at Ford Hotel Pharmacy Next door to Ford Hotel Headquarters for low prices. IRON GREY PERCH ERON RTAI L IftM ' ! French No. 44696. American No. 25438. First premium at last Territorial Fair. I also own two Hill Jacks. Will stand for the season of 1908 at Am brose Corral, Five Points. TERMS A3 FOLLOWS: Stallion, season, in advance, $20.00. Jacks, season In advance, $10.00. WOLF SACHS, Owner. MILK AND CREAM Have it delivered at your' door fresh, pure and wholesome, by the, VALLEY PRIDE CREAMERY Phone Main 288. You Must Stop : FOR A WARM ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHT'S REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA. ARIZONA. 1 e J MOHN & DRISCOLL FUNERAL DIRECTORS f EASTERLING & WHITNEY UNDERTAKERS S1 W. Washington St, Phoenix, Arizona. By Hand That's the way we do flannel and It's ' the only way. Tho soft, fleecy finish Is obtained by the new smoothing process. Try It. Arizona Laundry White Wagons I Special Notice Te Butorien, Farmer and Cat tlemen We arc paying tha higheat artae for hidea, wool and pelt. B aure and give ua a call and be aatiafiad that you will get goad treatment. Reaaonabla advance mad an ahiarr.tnta. KAUFMAN, DAVIDSON, 8EMMEL, (INC.) Cr, 5th and JaoKaon St. PBatTESSIOKai. NOTARY PUBLIC. PATENT ATTOnSKyS- Patentx. cooy right"!, trartemiitlo American and foreisn. JAMb.S K. TOWXSE.NI), 4!U Bradbury building. Los Angeles, i a). GRAST MONICA I. Physician and .Surgeon; , N.2nd Ave.; Telephone. Main K. DR. W. S. LOWE, VetertnarUn. Office 17 N. 1st Ave. Office Phone. Red 1223. Rea. Phone, County 44. E. PASCOE. Notary Public Con veyancing a specialty. Acknowledg- j ments taken. 110 JNorttt center bx. ENGINEERS AND METALLURGISTS J Q. A . Kinir, Ansayrr & Metallurgist, Mining Milling, Smelting and Irrigation Machinery 18 N. Keeond Ave. fhoenix. Aria BARNETT E. MARKS, Attorney and Counsellor. Office 411 Fleming IJIdg. Phoenix - - Arizona. "OHEALDi "7; Tjj slj.ns?.iZ (TI Soatbara, Calif oralaj. ; BU 8 Grant Ave. I.os Anceica J.W. Laciey A Car Load of Seed Potatoes American Wonder and Early Rose Plant them Now HILL'S SEED HOUSE NURSERY GO. 22 Wesi Jefferson Street FARMERS LISTEN Highest sot cash I pay for your useless truck, , such as Bottles. Old Rubber, Copper, Brass and General Junk. Get tho money. See me now. S. BACKAL, Arizona Bottle, Metil and Junk Co. 18 South Fifth Su Phoenix. Ariz. KMIt, GANZ, FresUent. - SOL LEWIS, VIc-Pre. 8. OBBRFELDER, Cashier. JOHSf J. SWEENEY, As. Cashier. Capital $100,000 . Surplus $100,000 Make a Good Start Put your money in the bank and put your bank book In an old stock ing instead of the cash. THE NATIONAL BANK OF ARIZONA BANK BOOK, Is lota of use to you. but isn't worth a cent to the enterprising bur glar. So if yu start the account you lose nothing If be steals that old stocking. That's a whole lot better than If you had continued to leave your cash there. Think It over. WE HAVE DISPOSED OF OUR CITY RETAIL MILK AND CREAM DELIVERY BUSINESS TO THE VALLEY , PRIDE CREAMERY. WE STILL HANDLE FANCY CREAMERY BUTTER, AND WILL CONDUCT A WHOLESALE BUSINESS. IDEAL CREAMERY THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT 44-45 EAST ADAMS STREET. Everything New, Nice and Clean. Private Family Dining Raom. CHARLIE. LING A CO, Prop. Garden City Restaurant Coolest and Cleanest Place In Town to Eat. Nice private room for partloa ' and famlliea. Short orders. REGULAR MEALS 2So Nos. 2t and 24 East Washington Street. CHARLEY LOO CHUCK, Proprietor. All Kinds of ENGINE BARGAINS .at i Kunz Bros. & Messinger MACHINE WORKS. Corner Second and Adams St. Phpne Red 828. PHOENIX, ARIZ. ALWAYS CLEAN. HAVE The California We buy only the best in the market YEE SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Parties served with extra fine real Chines China dishe.. Private room and family atyle when deaired. Sinn does all hi own oaatrv. For a oood dinner on tpeciJ occasion or at ord ican Kitchen. 33 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. . The HOFFMAN Everthlng First Class Famous Tony Faust Beer on Draught JACK GIB6QN, Proprietor. i can St Cool and Shady I S With nice lounging lawn. GOLD HOTEL Corner Third and Washington Sts. 36 newly furnished rooms, 50 cents And upwards. Call and see us. No sick taken. ANTON GOLD, Proprietor. FORD HOTEL GRILL CHICKEN S1EAKS ! AND CHOPS! HOME MADE PASTRY Anheuser Export Beer on! Draught W4HH4'i"t''l'l 'H'fl i ! -M' K f HEARSEY TIRES i have stood the test all the time, every time. Get them AT THE Bike Hospital" T 2 doors S. of PO. Phone Red 14S Stewart&Tempiin 41 H I II I I 11 Hi 1 MM ; i H 2 H Protect Yourself from loss by fire or theft by putting your money in the BANK We handle all . sorts of accounts, either large or small. Special atten tion and consideration shown to all our lady customers. The Valley Bank E. J. Bennitt, President. Lloyd B. Christy. Cashier. PROMPT SERVICE. YOU TRIED Restaurant 1st. Ave. and our cooking apeak for itself. inary times com to Sing' new Amer Freight and Baggage carefully and quickly handled. Stor age at reasonable rates. Pioneer and Consolidated Transfer, and Storage Co. Baggage office, 116 North Center St Telenhnna Main 119 General office. 42 South Center St Telephone Main 74. THE PALACE i : PRE3COTT. ARI7DNA ; Strictly on the European plan. Roome i by the day, week or month. Flpeec i oar ana club rooma in the Southwest. : BROW, SMITM & BELCHER ! PROPRIETORS. . . Cement Works Uae cement blocks for foundation fence poata, pier capa, window ailla and cape. Rancher aav money by dip ping your fence poata in asphalt. II your roof is leaking a eoat of asphail will make it aa good aa new. M. L.VIEUX. Sox 192. ehoenix, Aria, McKanna 3Day Liquor Cure Co. 33-35 NORTH SECOND AVENUE