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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY 3IORMX(., FEBRUARY" 29, 1008.
2 THE A8IZDU REPUBLICAN Published Every Day In the Year By THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. GEO. W. VICKER8. Free, and Oea. Hgr. Exclusive Morning Associated ITeaa Dispatches. Only perfecting praaa In Artsona. The only battery of Linotype In Arizona. Publication office: U-tt East Adams Street. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the poetofflce at Phoenix. Arlxena, as mall matter of the second class. BUBSCRIPTION RATES. By maU, dally, one year W OC Weekly, one year a- Cash In advance. BT CARRIER. Dally, per moftth 76 ota. The Art ion a Republican Is on sale at all of Amos' street news stand wagons In Los Alleles. Baa Diego and Uotig lie&cti. PHOENIX ARIZ. FEBRUARY 29. HS WELLJIAN'S XUiOF.R IN THE WOOD PILE. Notwithstanding: th experience of "Walter WVilman as a fake Arctic ex plorer, and notwlhsandinsr his unrelia i t v as a newspaper correspondent who. less than to months ngo was disavowed in the editorial columns of the Chicago Record-Herald which em ploys him. he continues to be the chief of staff of the administration's cam paign literature bureau. It is presumably the theory that Wellman may be able to appeal to re publican voters of a certain calibre and who might not be moved by ordinarily sensible statements of facts. Wellmnn has recently discovered a Standard oil plot against the adminis tration. The I.os Angeles Times, usu ally conservative, prints a column of It which after all, amounts to nothing more than Wellman's bare statement of its existence, followed by an array of reasons, why the story might not be unreasonable. The Standard Oil. according to Well man, is financing the Taft opposition in the southern states. It was the Standard Oil which paid for the Flori da obstacle which Wellman calls the "rump convention" in opposition to the "regular" administration convention. The status of each of those bodies has been settled bv Wellman in his free and easy way. thus relieving the na tional committee and the national con vention of what looked at first like more or less of a problem. Wellman says a'.I this has been determined afer "investigation." He has gone further and has determined the "regularity" of the Taft delegates and the irregu larity of the anti-administration dele gates from other states where he sup poses contests will be instituted. Ctf course, since these contests have not yet arisen, it has been impossible for Mr. Wellman to bestow upon them that painstaking and impartial investiga tion by which he settles age-old and World-wide problems of all sorts. Wellman's bare statement of the Standard Oil machinations in the .south would be much more interesting and command more attention if it were garnished with a fact here and there, or even with a circumstantiality. Cut there are none. Not a name is men tioned in the whole story except that of the Standard Oil. Not even a hint is given as to a single source of his information regarding this remarkable plot. The whole thing is as indefinite as were the plans of Wellman for reaching the North Pole while he was sending out cheerful assurances from Tromsoe a year ago that they could nt possibly miscarry. TOO M 11 H WAK TALK. As Mr. Holliday of Indiana told the house yesterday, the American people are getting tired of militarism or mil itarist talk. The subject has been run into the ground at a time when we have more serious things to think of than possible foreign war. Some of the talkers appear to be appealing to n wildly patriotic impulse rather than to the common sense of their hearers or readers. "In case of a war with a great na tion, Japan for instance, naif a mii lior. troops would not be sufficient properly to garrison the Pacific coast, north and south." said Brigadier Gen eral Frederick D. Grant to the so ciety of the Cincinnati, while those descendants of revolutionary officer? wtre celebrating the memory of the Father of his Country, one of the most distinguished Fabians in all history. General Grant believes that "we could not g?t along with less than a million troops there." He is too good a soldier to proclaim seriously that it is neces sary for this country to picket the Pacific coast with a million men as a measure of preparedness for only a vaguely possible assault. Apparently he wanted to stir the soldier spirit of his audience with a "yellow" sensa tion. At all events, the condition proc dent that he assumes for his declara tion Is practically untenable. It not only postulates the wiping out of the navy, but it fails to take into account the effectiveness of the tactics which made General Washington a great commander and actually accomplished the success of the Atneruan revolu tion. In event of war with "Japan, for in stance." it might be an economical and expeditious plan of campaign to per- mit the enemy to land a force on the Pacific coast and "go as far as it pleased." It would be Interesting to conjecture how far such an army would get before being destroyed and driven back to its ships. Sooner or later an "army in being," such as Washington managed adroitly from Long Island to Yorktown, would over whelm theinvader. If the Invader's re sources were not even earlier exhaust ed so that its forces quit of their own account as did Napoleon when six hundred thousand men marched Into Russia and sixty thousand managed to straggle out alive. It will be recalled that General Howe captured Philadel phia, only to have it later revealed to his military instinct that Philadelphia had captured him. "They will never see their homes again." wast Kuropat kin's boast when the' Japanese landed on the Russian preserves. The boast was not made good. P.ut with only a small bit of the territory of Manchuria in the possession of the Japanese peace was made and the JajKtnese military authorities were mighty glad to have ihe fight called off at that stage. A Chicago reformer lays down the rule that a girl who can't cook shouldn't marry. On the other hand It should be borne in mind that the best cook in the world cannot make bricks with straw, metaphorically speaking. Kex Beach, author of the "The Spoilers," figures in the New York newspapers in a story concerning a woman, a ride in a cab and a midnight supper. Seeking local color is always the stock excuse in cases of this kind. "Why should a man want a drinli af cr 12 o'clock anyway?" inquires an exchange. Probably for the .reason that he couldn't get enough before that hour to satisfv his thirst. The tenure of Kentucky's place In the solid south becomes more and more precarious. ARGENTINE BOMB THROWING Puenos Aires. Feb. 28. A dynnmite bomb was thrown today against a car riage in which President Alcorta was driving, but failed to explode. Four persons were arrested, charged with complicity in the plot. GLENDALE BOARD OF TRADE. Glendale, not to be outdone by the other towns in the county, is up and at it. An enthusiastic meeting has been held, the Glendale board of trade or ganized, and the work has been started that will let the world know that Glen dale is on the map. The officers of the board are: M. J. White, president; John Forney vice president. A. A. Belts secretary an 1 treasurer. The di rectors are Ralph Murphy, Dr. L. S. Sands. S. S. Stout. J. O. Hammells. V. E. Messinger. H. B. Lehman and A. F. S;lva. Ralph Murphy and J. G. Ham mels were appointed a committee on constitution and by-laws and a com mittee was also appointed to solicit membership. DELINQUENT NOTICE , Salt Lake citv, I'tnh. February 27.' 1908. The Golden Treasure Mining and Milling Co., principal place of bus iness Salt Lake City. Vtah, main of fice at Phoenix Arizona, location of mines near Kimberlv, Piute Co., Utah. Notice: There are delinquents upon the following described stock, on ac- . count of assessment No. one of "4 of one cent per share, levied on the 26th day November 1907, the several amounts set opposite the names of the . respective shareholders, as follows: No. of Cfertf Shares Amt. 136 J. R. Sleater 1260..$ 3.15 10 W. (. Stephens luUO.. 2.50 161 Leo P. Ketcham 1UO0.. 2.511; 70 Harry Groves 1000.. 2.50 129 C. B. Cutright(Trste) 26000.. 65.00 J, MS Thos. Arborn 2500.. 6.25 j 121 r. H. Adams 700.. 1.73 j S. W. Wherry 2imiii.. 5.00! And In accordance with law and an ! order of tha board of directors made on the 2Cth dav of Nov. 1907, and a subsequent order made on the 19thi Feby. 1908, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as mav be neces sary will be sold at public auction at I the main office of the company at Phoenix Arizona on Monday, March 9th. 1908. at 2 o'clock p. m. by the company's attorney in fact, to pay the delinquent assessment thereon, to gether with the cost of advertising and exytense of sale. The Golden Treasure Mining and Mil ling Co., By A. H. CFTRIGHT, President. Suen the Old Mission Museum? If not. make us a visit. A sight well v.orth vour time. We will show you a collection of Indian and Mexican curios that can not be found elsewhere. It costs you nothing to look. I Navajo Indian Blankets, Apache and Pima Baskets our long suit. OSTRICH FEATHERS Why not buy "direct" your Ostrich Feathers from the largest Os trich farm In the U. S. and save money? Sole agents for the Pan American Ostrich Co. - See the Live OLD MISSION MUSEUM ' BENHAM & BRIZARD COMPANY, Corner Second Avenue and Jefferson Street, back of Court House. Nervous Weak If you are nervous, irritable, restless, have no appetite, anil t'.o not sleep well, your nerves are weak. They are not furnishins" enough power to keep the organs vigorous. They are doing their work imperfectly. Dr. Miles' Nervine is the best restorative for nerve exhaustion. It renews strength and vigor. Try it, and see what good results follow. "I find Dr. Miles" Nervine most excel lent medlcim; lor qui-tintr the nerves. Inducing sleep and imUconitliu; the sys tem, 'i'he Nve :imt l.iver i'llls are ua excellent accompaniment of the Nervine." A. 11. l.ON'cJ. Mt. Joy. i'a. If first bottle fails to benefit, money back. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart. Ind. TEST OF SCOUT CRUISER. Rockland, Mo.. Feb. 2S. The scout cruiser Chester on her official crew standardization trial today made 2;.lT knots in the best hour, developed on lii.uoo horse-power. The Chester has gone on a twenty-four hour coal test. KANSAS TAFT DELEGATES Paris, Kas. Feb. 2X. The third dis trict congressional republican conven tion today elected delegates, instructed them for Taft. and endorsed 1. Mulvnne for national committeeman. VIOLIN WESSONS At Prof. Fountain's Music Store. All the latest songs. YOU HATE TO LEAVE HER in a lonely spot while going after someone to repair your 'auto. But there will be no breakdown if you have us keep your auto in repair. MACHINES RENTED. SOUTHWESTERN AUTO CO. Phone Main 245. SINCE mm IS THE STAFF OF LIFE It behooves every family to ufte the best flour. We recommend Perfect or Daisy Flour They are the reliable brands, the results of many years of cari'ful experience. FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS Manufactured by VALLEY FLOUR MILL8. Phoenix, Arizona. Lichtensteins' Artistic Millinery The most exclusive designs of Smart Street, Party and Evening Hats A first shipment of correct Millinery for spring, just received. Your own materials made tip. T21 Kast Van Huren St., opposite High School. Phone Black 1981. Ostriche s Y II For Sale The best 10 acre Fruit Ranch in the Valley consisting of Oranges, Lemons, Grape Fruit. Peaches, Apricots, Grapes, Figs. Plums, Pears, v Dates and Blackberries, 5 miles j from Phoenix, in the heart of J) the ir:n?e belt. Price $5250 f Greene & Griffin, Real Estate and Investment Co. 127 N. Center St ' 5 FAMOUS INDUSTRIAL LIBERTY BAND AND ORCHESTRA. Now ready for engagements; dance and concert work; rarades, plenlCK. etc. Latest popular and classic music furnished. Y. Bustos. Director, 112 E. Adams St. Phone B 171. Best of ref erences. STORE OPEN UNTIL Midnight WHY NOT PHQNE MAIN 113 for 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 1s a part of our regular business ar.d a part that we have devel oped along progressive lines with promit. intelligent tele phone service and quick special delivery service at any hour from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Nest time you want anything in the drug, sundry or stationery line and want it right quick, WHY NOT PHONE MAIN 113? A. L. B0EHMER, THE DRUGGIST. H-H-l H"M' M '1 11 H"H"1"M"1"H"H' ANITARY DRYING ROOMS! Up-to-date Shirt Machine Domestic Finish TROY LAUNDRY ..... ... ............,.... OUR STORE IS YOURS TO USE. Come in "and meet your friends. Leave your small parcels in our store. t'se our telephone. Conie in and rest. I'se the store for your conveni ence. Wiiat is hercyoii put here and you're welcome to make the store your headquarters. If you are out of the city, a post card will receive our prompt attention and forward ing. The only drug store in the city where you can get a prescription filled any hour of the night. Ford Hotel Pharmacy Next Door to Ford Hotel. Headouarters for low prices. MILK AND CREAM Have it delivered at your door fresh, pure and wholesome, by the VALLEY PRIDE CRfrAMERY Phone Main 283. MOHN & DRISCOLL FUNERAL DIRECTORS raw -.vm EASTERUNS & WHITNEY UNDERTAKERS 21( W. Washington St, Phoenix, Arizona. cans. jc HtnftflJfHatf Big Shirt Waist Sale All heavy Shirt Waists at cost. Advance, sale of Spring Mil linery. Come and have your hats trimmed over before the busy, timu commences. THE FAIR 212 EAST WASHINGTON ST. Special Notice To Butcher, Farmers and Cat tlamen Wo are paying the highest orioe for hide, woe and pelts. Bo sure and give us a call and bo .satisfied that you will get goad treatment. Reasonable advances rr.ade on shipir.tnts. KAUFMAN, DAVIDSON, SEMMEL, (INC.) P Cor. 6th and Jacxaon Sis. PBOFCSfilOfiflU NOTARY PUBLIC. I PATENT ATTOHSKYS--Pntent. nt,yneM?. ! trfttlt'tnftrl Ann-ri'-Hn ano fnreitn. JAMKS K. ToWNShM), l Kradtmry building. Lus Augclcs. ( 1. GRANT MONK'AI.-I'liyaii inn nt Surgeon; j 3. N. 2nd Ave.; leleplione. .Main i.i: DR. W. S. LOWE, Veterinarian. Office 17 N. 1st Ave. Office Phone, Red 1223. Res. Phone. County 44. E. E. PASCOE, Notary Public Con veyancing a specialty. Acknowledg ments taken. 110 North Center St. ENGINEERS AND METALLURGISTS 1Q. A. Kinc, Aayer A- Metiilhirfrlst, Mining Milling, Smelting and Irrigation Machinery 18 N. oeccud Ave. I'lioeniat. Arix- BARNETT E. MARKS, Attorney and Counsellor. office 411 Fleming hldg. Phoenix - - Arizona. HEALD'S v? av ' ,,- j 9 Tka (Th SotbraCallforaia) , hi IS. tirand Ave. I.os Ang'ies J.U. lackey Mg You Don't Have ' to Wait uy Them How Peach, Apricots, Plums, Grapes, Etc. We have them here ROSE BUSHES lill's Seed House 22-24 W. Jefferson St. You Must Stop FOR A WARM ROOM AND A CUIET NIGHT'S REST THE WitLIAMS HOUSE ' MARICOPA. ARIZONA. The strength and stability of a bank is best determined by the proportion of surplus of capital and by the men behind It. The National Bank of Arizona Has a Capital Stock of $100,000.00 And a Surplus of - - - 100,000.00 thus ensuring proper protection for your funds. As to the men behind it, it would b useless to go Into details. They are ail we '.-known local enterprising business men, who have an established reputation for honeht dealing. fflfflaSK? Pvrno having Cream for sale jrarlllcrb will profit by calling at the Ideal Creamery. -We ' want the butterfat and T.7Ta -r, you need the .... Money IDEAL CREAMERY THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT 44-45 EAST ADAMS 8TREET. Everything New, Nice and Clean. Private Family Dining Rooms. CHARLIE, LING & CO.. Props. 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. All Kinds of ENGINE BARGAINS Kunz Bros. Phone Red 828. ALWAYS CLEAN. HAVE The California We buy only the best in the market 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 specif J occasion, or at ord inary times come to Sing's new Amer ican Kitchen, 33 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. The HOFFMAN , Everthing First Class Famous Tcnv Faust Beer on Draught JACK GIBSON, Proprietor. SBOSMinri.wrTiiffiswiiiMlK fnvl .A CI,nJ..i V.UUI QllU aJlIUUV 9 With nice lounging lawn. GOLD HOTEL Corner Third and Washington Sts. 38 newly furnished rooms, 50 cents and upwards. Call and see us. No sick taken. ANTON GOLD, Proprietor. FORD HOTEL GRILL CHICKEN STEAKS AND CHOPS I HOME MADE PASTRY I j Anhcuser Expoit Beer. on1 Draught H-I 'M'I I .'.-H-H-fr-'-'-'-'-K-W- ? JUST RECEIVED A FRESH $ STOCK OF I HEARSEY TIRES t AT THE ! "Oiks Hospital" t 1 2 l"-ors S. of T.O. Phone Tied 14fi Stewart&Templin And Bank Your Savings Deposit with us. and your money will be earning more money because we give our depositors Rood intercut. Our bank is reliable and you will find the most careful people banking with us. The Valley Bank at & Messinger MACHINE WORKS. Corner Second and Adama Sts. PHOENIX, ARIZ. ouennataavBBtMagEBaaaaMaaaeBK PROMPT SERVICE. YOU TRIED Restaurant 1st. Ave. and our cooking speaks for itself. freight and Baggage carefully and quickly handled. Stor age at reasonable rates. Pioneer and Consolidated Transfer and Storage Go. 'Baggage office. 116 North Center St. telephone Main 142. General office. 42 South Center St. Telephone Main 74. THE PALACE ! PRE3COTT, ARIZONA Strictly on the European plan. Rooms by the day. week or month. Finest , bar and club rooms In the Southwest. BROW, SMITH I BELCHER I PROPRIETORS. Cement Works Uae cement blocks for foundations. j fanes posts, pier caps, window sills and I caps. Ranchers save money by dip- ping your fence poets in asphalt. H yolJ,r r?f ' '"ki"B eoat "hmA will mk it good ftw m. uvieux. Bo "hoenlx. AWs. McKanna 3-Day .liquor Core Co. 33-35 NORTH SECOND AVENUE n 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 m i in i u 1 1.