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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 10 190&.
2 THE- ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published -Every Day In the Year By TH ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. GEO. W. VICKEK8, Pre, and Oea. Mar. Exclusive Moraine Associated Treat Dlaipatcbea. Only perfecting press In Arlsona. The only battery of Llnotrpos IB ansoaa. Publication offloe: U K Kast Adams itrnK. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the poatoffloe at Phoenix, Arizena, aa mall matter of the second class. BrBBCRUTION RATES. By mall, dally, one year ' weekly, one year Caah in adyanoe. ...? BT CARRIER. Dally, per month Tt et- The Arlsona Republican la on aale at all of Amos' street news stand wagons In Lo Angeles, San Diego and Long Btvaoh. i ABCL rnoF.xix Araz. marcit in, isns REACTIONARIES" OF ARIZONA. In a prearranged reply to a prear ranged question so framed as to ac 1 commodate the reply, Governor Kibbey reiterates the reasons why he believes Arizona should tend an Instructed del egation to the republican national con vention. It is the opinion of The Re publican that this matter is already as good as disposed of so far as the territory at large is concerned and we cannot help feeling that the governor himself Is aware that there will be no instructed delegation from Arixona. That a strong effort will be made for faee, saving purposes to secure an ex pression by the convention of this county in favor of instructions is evi dent. It may or may not succeed but if it should succeed the Maricopa coun ty delegation would only find itself overruled and defeated In the terri torial convention and the republicans of this county would be'snbjected to the danger of being elminated from participation in the national organiza tion. Public interest in the governor s re ply rests mainly on certain reasons for instructions in which the motives of those who are opposing Instructions are misrepresented. The reply bristles with the term "reactionaries." an epi thet applied by President Roosevelt to all who have dissented from his poli cies even in the slightest degree and which has been adopted as a war cry by the entire federal official line from the White House down to the most re mote fourth-class postmaster. Admitting that "reactionaries" in some states are (trying to secure the defeat of Mr. Taft at Chicago, there is not the slightest ground on which to make such an accusation against those who are opposing an instructed dele gation from Arizona. It is safe to say . that nine-tenths of the republicans of j Arizona prefer Mr. Taft to any other candidate. No doubt a strong senti ment would have been aoveloped for Senator Foraker if his candidacy any where else had glVen reasonable promise of success, but with Mr. For aker eliminated as he is, Mr. Taft oc cupies the Arizona field alone. There may be here and there repuotlcans who favor for personal reasons other can didates, but they are fc?w ana scaored ! and without any intention of engaging in a hopeless struggle to secure recog- j nltion for them in Arizona. As things now stand and as they will stand until the situation is shaped at Chicago in the early hours of the convention there is nobody but Taft In the Arizona re publican mind. No effort is being mace anywhere to send delegates to Chicago who are not friendly 'to Taft or who could be In duced to cast the vote of the territory for any other candidate unless 'X should appear that the territory would be the gainer by having Its vote so cast. The "reiet!onarleR" of Arizona are such only because they demand that Arizona shall be first considered and after that, it he candidate. Outside of federal official circles, it 4 Is realized that the outcome of tiic na tional convention will be uncertain. There are apparent reasons why any candidate so far considered, Mr. Taft among them, may be defeated and the political rky will be obscured by a haze until the convention meets and prob- ; ably until the balloting is under way. ' It can easily be seen that free and un- hampered delegates in those circum stances could secure valuable pledges for the territory which fhey could not otherv.-i: secure. A defeated candidate could avail us nothing. Nor would the friends of any candidate go out of their way to make pledges in exchange, for goods already delivered. j In this connection the governor ad- dresses himself to the "opportunists." , The term Is commonly understood to "be opprobrious and Is so- Intended by t th- governor. Those who are fighting instructions will readily accept in spite! of the intended opprobrium and ad- mit that "opportunism" is back of their i opposition. If they and we were not "opportunists," in the 'present circum stances we could offer no objection to Instructions. Bu. we are ,not selfish ' opportunists. Wo desire that the ter- ritory shall be the beneficiary of any opportunity that may be presented at Chicago. Who would not be an "op portunU" for. Arizona? , We say that the republicans of Ari 7ona rtr for Taft -and no one else as things now stand, but Their friendli ness ,for him does not involve a blind worship of President Roosevelt, a ser vile obedience to the orders sent out to federal officials that the' delegation from Arizona muft bo Instructed for Taft and helpless to avail Itself of any opportunities which may Se opened up for Arizona. Friendly as tlK republicans ..r Ari zona are to Taft, It seems to be their purpose whilefeelectlng a Taft delega tion to keep it free from those federal influences which would sacrifice every intereat of Arizona to the purposes, ef fectual or Ineffectual of the president. The admission of such Influences over the delegation would be as disastrous as a decision to Instruct the delega tion. There are thousands of republi cans who admire Mr. Taft as much as do the federal officials and whose ad miration is wholly disinterested and dissociated from fear and idolatry of President Roosevelt. Such republi cans are certainly worthier to be en trusted with the wishes and the confi dence of t'.e republican voters eft Ari zona. 1 THE CARNEOIE HERO OOMMIS - RION. The Carnegie Hero Fund commis sion has just issued an elaboratstate. ment of the accomplishments of the commission within he last three years and of the accomplishments of the he roes who have been developed, re warded and to 'a certain extent, im mortalized. The roll embraces 126. In cluding none later than November 27 of 1906. They were rewarded by gold, silver or bronze medals, and In many Instances by sums of money ranging from $rno to $6,000. In several cases, from $1,500 to $2,600 was set aside for the education of boy heroes. The larger sums went to .the families of dead heroes or those who sustained serious injuries in earning the medals. Now and then It was found that a hero's hivme was encumbered by a mortgage. In addition to the granting of the medal, the mortgage 'was Annihilated. The pecuniary awards. Including amounts paid on pension allowances to October SI. 1S07. was $91,142.26; the amount of pensions in force at that date was $$40 annually. . Thir teen gold medals had been awardeel; 61 silver medals, and 62 bronze med als. There was contributed to suffer ers from the California earthquake disaster, $54,462.06; to sufferers from the Grover Factory disaster, $10,00,0. There was available for the use of the commission to carry out Mr. Car negie's purpose $5,000,000" of first col lateral five per cent bonds of the Unit ed States Steel Corporation. The Rev. R. I. Campbell, pastor of the City Temple, London, and preacher of he "new theology.',' Is organizing a new sect, the central idea of whose doctrine shail be a denial of the divine origin of Christ. Mn. Campbell Is en titled to .do as he pleases, but it seem as if there were already sects enough to accommodate the most various forms of belief and disbeli.-f. The first trial of Schmiti has not been entirely without beneficial re sult. The prosecution has learned, though at some financial ounlay, some thing about the drawing of indict ments. , But the decision of the Cali fornia supreme court yesterday wiped up pretty much all work of the Oliver grand Jury. When he comes to look into Esper anto, the universal language which an j enthusiast is seekirg to Interest him In, the president may he able to glean from Its vocabulary for his next mes sage a few new "hot ones." It is announced that the United States of Russia has been founded, but Its founder, discreetly enough, is so journing in New Tork. Manager Hitchcock recently failed to bulletin the election of two Cannon delegates In South Carolina. Dr. W. M. Bell has changed residence number. to 1008 North Center street. Phone Red 9S1. EVERYBODY IN PHOENIX will tell you the Old Mission Museum Is the only real Indian and Mex ican Curio store In this city, the one plac where everything In Indian and Mexican hand craft can be found, and with prices that please, it is a real pleasure to visit this wonderful store. See Our Beautiful Display Navajo Indtari Pihunkets, Apache and Pima Baskets," Mexican Drawn Work. etc. ' OSTRICH FEATHERS AVhy not buy your Ostrich Feathers "direct?" We are the larg est growers of Ostrich Feathers in prices that will save you money O-trkh Co. SEE THE LIVE OLD MISSION MUSEUM BENHAM & BRIZARD COMPANY, ' Comer Socond Avenue and Jefferson Street, bsck of Court Neuralgia Do you know how to cure it? Constitutional treatment will of course. But that takes time, and in the meantime vou continue to j suffer. This is where Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are invaluable. They stop the pain. The pain is in the nerves in the large ones, that is why it "is so severe. Anti-Pain Pills soothe these nerves and bring relief. Get them at any drup store. "Mr husbund end I have been using Pr. Miles' Anti-ruin Pills for neuralgia und headache, for pnt ten years." MRS. THOS. I.A1DLAW. ' Yntps Center. Kansas. If flrst parka re fs lis to benefit, nntifv back. 25 doves, 2 cents. Never sold In hulk. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart. Ind. THE STATE WON i In a Question of Jurisdiction Before State Supreme Court Outhrie. Okla. March 9. Chief Jus tice Williams . of Oklahoma supreme court, todav handed down four opin ions In which the question of Jurisdic tion between Mate and federal courls was settled in favor of the state courts. The principal case Involved was ithe enabling act, under which the state was admitted into the union,' and , also the schedule of the constitution, j which provided that proper state courts, as successors of the federal courts, should have jurisdiction in all ! pending criminal cases not of a feder I al nature. PROSPECTORS FARMERS i MINERS Get the beat etaple groceries at the lowest prices. We have a, large and well assorted stock of groceries that's why our tore Is so busy all the time. The finest TEAS and COF FEES. Buy Qrlebel's Groceries. FRANK GRIEBEL'S 211-220 W. Washington St. Phone Ml. For a relish With vour meat. Cactus Candv in your larder keep. Tie to ba had at the store so neat, Donofrio'a, Washington street. flioore & McLellan k Undertakers and Embalmer. Lady Assistant 19 West Adams Street Telephone Mafj 122. t HAMILTON BROS. PIANO TUNERS WITH . REDEWILL MUSIC CO. Orange, garden and alfalfa land. i 120 acres fine orange land. $60 per acre j 40 acres first-class orange land. ; er acre. ISO acres alfalfa, garden or nursery land with private ditch, con- tlnuous flow, 100 acres cultivated. signed up in resevolr. 230 per acre. F. J. BARR, 4 WEST ADAMS ST. Lichtensteins' Artistic Millinery The most exclusive designs of j Smart Street, Party and Everting Hats Tour own materials made up. S21 East Vun Buren St.. opposite High School. Phone Black 1984. this I'nited States, and can make Sole agents for the Pan-Am-.-rlcan OSTRICHES House. 4 h i it i in mi m 1 1 1 1 1 1 For Sale Forty acres, fine land near Olendale, for $S,000. plghty ncces, five miles from T city, forty acres In alfalfa and X grain. Water in Salt canal. $5,- i 000; on good terms. One hundred and sixty acres , , with five room house, chicken house, corral, etc. Fine shade, j twenty acres In fine alfalfa, thlr- . . ty acres In grain and one hun- ' dred and twenty acres well fenced. On good terms at $85.00 . . per acre. Two and a half miles ' from Glendale. Greene & Griffin, Real Estate and j; Investment Co. I 127 N. Center 8t- H 111 1 1 11 I I 1 1 1 1 I t M M I 1 1 M CHIROPODIST. Painless removal of Corns. SO cents each. Bunions, Moles, and Warts removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe J' cialty. Men, Ladies and Children treated day or evenings. Opposite Republican office. Phone Red 72. FRANK SHIRLEY. STORE OPEN UNTIL Midnight Important New Line Added This Is the store that a) ways has something nf In terest for you no matter what your tastes may be. . But just at this time It Is particularly Interesting because we have secured the exclusive sale of flun ther's Candies In boxes and have added a ( Candy to our already very complete store. Our new stock Is being opened and displayed now the more we unpack the more proud we are of our new line. A; L. B0EHMER Northeast corner Center and Washington Streets. Phone your orderMaln 113. Prompt delivery. You MUst Stop FOR A WARM ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHT'S RE8T THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA. ARIZONA. OUR STORE IS YOURS TO USE. Come In and meet your friends. Leave your small parcels Jn ovr Q store. Use our telephone. Come in and rest. Use the store for your conveni ence. What Is here you 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. Tfie 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. Headquarters for low prices. e MILK AND CREAM Have it delivered at your door fresh, pure and wholesome, by the VALLEY PRIDE CREAMERY Phone Main 288. Unusually fine line of Street Hats at very low prices at i THE FAIR t 212 EAST WASHINGTON ST. PBOFSSaiONfib NOTARY PUILK. PATKNT ATfORNKY--Patent. cofcynithU. traderraikt Atni riran and foreltn. JAMF.S R. TOSSM), 4!W Bradbury building. Lot Anfeiea. t'al. DR. W. a LOWE. Veterinarian Office 17 N. let Ave. Office ,Pnone. Red 1211. Res. Phone, County 4. B. K. PASCOE. Notary Public. Con veyancing a specialty. Acknowledg ments taken. 110 North Center St. ENGINEERS AND METALLURGISTS 0. A . Kins, Aayr At Metallnnipt. Mining Milling, HniMtlns and IrriKaiinn Machinery IS N. Second Are. fboenlx. Aria BARXETT E. MARKS. Attorney and. Counsellor. Office 411 Fleming Bldg.. Phoenix, Arizona. Counter j 1,000,000 t TRCES AND PLANTS ' ' AT WAGNER'S NURSERY. I Umbrella trees 2V4c each and up Ash trees lc each And up Mulberry trees 5c each and up Rose bushes 5c each and up Fruit trees '. 20c each and up Ornamental Fan and Date Palms.... 5c each and up 5 varieties Hedge plants, 5c each up Crapes... 5c each and up My fruit trees have been inspected by proper authority. It will pay you to come and see me at the nursery. X of a mile south of Eastlake park, R. F. D. No. 1. You Don't Have to Wait Buy Them Now Peach, Apricots, Plums, Grapes, Etc. We have them here ROSE BUSHES Hill's- Seed House 22-24 W. Jefftrson St. The strength and stability of a bank is best determined by the proportion tef surplus of capital and by the men behind It. The National Bank V of Arizona Ham a Capital Stock of ... $100,000.00 And a Surplus of -- - - - 100,000.00 thus ensuring proper protection for your funds. As te the men behind it, it would be useless to go Into details. They are all well-known local enterprising business men, who. have an established reputation for honest dealing. ess ' SSaSaW-WfT1 -1Tili.rf fJ:',J M!i3!Mfif Tho THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT 44-45 EAST ADAMS STREET. Everything New, Nice and Clean. Private Family Dining Rooms. CHARLIE. LING A CO, Props. - Garden City Restaurant Coolest and Cleanest Place In Town to Eat Nice private rooms for parties and families. Short orders. REGULAR MEALS 2So Nm. 22 and 24 East Washington . Street. CHARLEY LOO CHUCK. Proprietor. All Kinds of . ENGINE BARGAINS at Kunz Bros. & Messinger MACHINE WORKS. Comer Second and Adams Sts. Phone Rad 828. PHOENIX, ARIZ. ALWAYS CLEAN. HAVE The California We buy tnly the best in the market YEE SING'S AMERICAN KITCHtN i " Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes.. Private rooms and family style when desired. 8ingdees all his own pastry. For a good dinner on specif J occasions or at erd inary timea come to Sing's new Amer ican Kitchen. 33 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. I I I I 1 1 I It I I I I I I 1 1 II1UH SANITARY DRYING ROOMS Up-to-date Shirt Machine Domestic Finish ! TROY LAUNDRY I I I I 1 1 I I I I I I 111 IH HI Mi The HOFFMAN Evert hlng First Class Famous Tort Faust Beer cn Draught JACK GIBSON, Proprietor. efa4"vi-k I ort1 C ll o rl vajim aim oiiuuy 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 SIEAKS AND CHOPS j HOME MADE PASTRY Anheuser Expoit Beer on Draught Mil I I I I I I I M I H H"H H 1! ' SEE Stewart&Templin f at like Hospital" ror .Bicycle Kepalring ana Hike 4. Sundries. Agents for HEARSEY Tires. V. Phone Red 146. 2 doors 8 of PO. '. And Bank Your Savings Deposit with us and your money will be earning more money because we give our depositors good Interest. t Our bank Is reliable and you will find the most careful people banking with us. . ' Valley Bank E. J. Bennitt, Lloyd B. Christy, President. Cashier. PROMPT SERVICE. YOU TRIED Restaurant 1st. Aie. and our cooking speaks for itself. I 71 MOHN & DRISCOLL I FUNERAL OIREOTORS ASURII3G & WHITNEY UNDERTAKERS - W Washington . Phoenix, Arizona. Freight and Baggage carefully and quickly handled. Stor age fX reasonable rates. Pioneer and Consolidated Transfer and Storage Go. Rattgage office. 11 North Center St Telephone Main 142. . General office, 42 South Center St Telephone Main 74. THE PALACE PRE3COTT, ARIZONA i Strictly on the European plan. Rooms ', oy . the day. week or month. Finest ! ar and club rooms In the Southwest BROW, SMITM i BELCHER I PROPRIETORS. Cement Works Use eement blocks for foundations, fence posts, pier caps, window sills and caps. Ranchers save money by dip ping your fence poata In asphalt. II yeur rwof t'a leaking a eoat of asphalt will make it as good aa new. M. U VIEUX, -Bhoenlv. Aria, 192. McKanoa 3Day Liquor Cure Co. 33-35 NORTH SECOND AVENUE 1 110