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TITE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORN I NO, APRIL 3, 1008.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day In tha Year By THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. GEO. VT. VICKKR8. Pre, and Gen. XiT. Associated fnu la EiohielT. Moraine pltpatcbea. Only perfecting; preaa In Arts on a. Tba only battery at Unetypsa Arlsoaa.. PubUcaUoa efflce: U-U East Afams treat. Talcpkona Main 47. Rnterad at the poatofflee at Phoenix, Arlsena, aa mall matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mail, dally, ona year weekly, one year Cash In advance. Dally, BT CARRIER, per month ....Ti eta. -he Arizona rtepirbllcan la on aala at all of Amoa' street new atand watoaa In Los Ancelaa, Baa Diego and Lrfmg Hach. UNiON PHOENIX. ARIZ.. APP.1L S. 190K. A CONFUSION OF ISSl ES. Any blow, even apparently aimed at the territorial administration, always lands on "Waes" in a tender spot and produces a characteristic wail. ' Now there were the republican caucus and primaries in the Fourth Ward which Vass" had confused with the mat ter of nendiiiB delegates to the nation al republican convention at Chicago for the nomination of a candidate for president, when, as a matter of fact, it was intended only to send delegates to a ward convention for the nomination of a candidate for the equally honor able, though less important office of city councilman. "Wags" was perhaps deceived by the circumstance that the Colored Taft club and certain members and repre sentatives of the territorial adminis tration had attached themselves to one faction which to "Wass" therefore became the faction of "instructions," and the administration. When this faction was overwhelmed in the cau cus. "Wags" could see in the result of the proceedings only a sacrilegious stroke at the national administration policies, when in fact, nobody but "Wags" had ever thought of such a thing. The voters of the Fourth Ward met on Wednesday night to consider only the matter of endorsing the official career of Councilman Cisney pnd they did it against the' opposition of the Colored Taft club and certain repre sentalives of the territorial cdminis tration. That endorsement was con firmed and ratified yesterday and, un less somebody succeeds In pointing out to "Wags" that the action of the Fourth Ward republicans was not antagonistic to the policies o" Presi dent Roosevelt and his purposes with respect to Secretary Taft. we will have a repetition of "Wags- " mournful wail today. We would think that the teiritorial administration would undertake ' the task of training "Wags" to know that every innocent and natural political move by those out of whose hands "Wags" has not been wont to feed, does not conceal designs against the bone which he guards so jealously. "Wags" should be made to understand that everything In this world ioes not relate to "instructions" and national politics. This confounding of things by "Wags" must at times be embar rassing to those to whom he has at tached himself so persistently that he is almost regarded as a household pet. There must be times when "Wags'" wails are disconcerting and calculated to betray the movements of his friends who may prefer silence. that are invariably experienced by the villain on the stage who commits mur der, though there have been other In stances where' murders were success fully concealed for ell time, and mrVar as the world ever knew the guilty per sons did not suffer any inconvenlnece. Their consciences may have been blunted, but temperament also had much to do with their ability to con ceal their crimes and still sleep nights. The University of Chicago professor who said people who had saved a for tune would never be able to learn how to spend money properly may have been right.. but their children will not labor under any such handicap. Some one stole a brass door knob from a New York police station the other day. The police stations are not portable, otherwise the force might find itself some morning without a roof over its head. A New York man had the nerve to ask the assessors to increase sessmeni on the tax rolls. Some pie will go to anv length for the sake i of a little notoriety; THE ALORICH BILL Encounters the Disapproval of Chicago Clearing House Chicago, April 2. A meeting of the representatives of the national banks doing business in this city was held yesterday and resolutions were unani mously adopted, expressing views re garding the Atdrich currency bill. To day they were signed by every mem ber of the Chicago clearing house, anil given out. The resolutions are in dis approval of the bill. time, and all Christmas rejoice that the Lord of Life, forever -won victory over death. Among the many quaint superstitions in the old Aryan one which typifies the return of the sun of springtime by a golden egg eggs being distributed at the early equinox by priests to strengthen the hopes of the people that the bleak, cold days of winter might soon cease and a brighter time ensue. The Persians believed that the earth was hatched from an immense egg on Easter morning: the Aryans also be lieved the sun to be a large golden egg which was constantly rolling nearer to the earth. With the Jews, says the April Delin eator, the egg became a type of their rescue from the land of bondage, and in their feast of the Passover, eggs occu pied a conspicuous place in the ser vices. It was their connection with the latter that finally caused them to be used by Christians the world over In celebrating Kasler the egg of resur rection into a new life, bringing a mes sage of life from death, as it were. The Tyrolese Easter egg is similar to our valentines, for besides being most beautifully tinted they have, in unique lettering, mottoes representing appro- his as- priate wishes for the recipient. 1 1 III- 1 1 1 I." 1 ipi n.it I'irp.-. an ' hh ' " I brought to service on Easter morning. j and each person carries his back home. where 'they are placed on a Kina or altar arranged for the purpose, sur rounded by lighted candles and often flowers: then each member of the fam ily and any guests abiding with them, eat one of these holy eggs as a safe guard against disease and danger. They are hard-boiled before being tak en to church. o ONE MILE FROM CENTER X AND WASHINGTON ST. T S225 an acre ii the ARIZONA LEGISLATION The to Granting of a Tract of Land the Lowell Observatory Washington, April 2. (Special) ! The senate today passeda bill granting to Perclval Lowell a tract of land In the San Francisco national forest. Delegate Smith presented In the house a petition from KK'8 citizens of the Imperial Valley. California, asking that the Southern Pacific Railway be paid for the work done during the break on the Colorado river. A ROMAN FUNERAL. Not For Him. Cyrus (i-ntering a sixteenth-floor office of the Syndicate Kuilding. per spiring ami panting) Ky gum. them stairs must be several miles long! Occupant of Office Why didn't you come up in one of those elevators there? Cyrus Not much! I jes' see one of i 'em full o' people fall down thath ole j there! From the March Bohemian. M M 1 1 1 1 Hltlt H 1 1-1 1 1 1 1 1 40 Acres all In alfalfa, cross fenced, well fenced and ON EASY. TERMS with good good well, fenced. Acres house, fine shade,' all fenced and cross ! Every foot in Alfalfa ! X jio,r.no with t balance easy- ranch. S2.500 down, x terms. An ideal T ij Greene & Griffin,:: : Real Estate and j; :: Investment Co. ii 127 N. Center St 111 Mill HI Ml 1 m I 1 1 H Standard Furniture Co. A. L. MOORE, Manager. Successor to Massie. 1 Open for business with a com plete line of new and second hand Furniture and Household Goods. Phone 351. J2-34 V. Wash. St. The National Bank of Arizona At Phoenix CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPLUS $100,000.00 The present flattering condition of this bank, both as to standing and clientele, may be easily traced to its sound and careful method and its progressive and accommodating treatment to its customers, both large and small. YOUR BUSINESS CORDIALLY INVITED. PROFESSIONAL NOTARY PUBLIC And Bank Your Savings Deposit with us and your money will be earning more money because we give our depositors good Interest. Our bank Is reliable and you will find the most careful people banking with us. The Valley Bank E. J. Bennitt, President. Lloyd B. Christy, Cashier. HELLO! Do you know that you get 10 per cent discount on new and second hand Furniture. Stoves and Ranges at Mor den's Second Hand Store? 401-405-407 East Washington St. Phone Black (4 J1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I 1 I I 1 I I I I I Rome, April 2. During the funeral services of a workman today a num ber of roughs who were following the jX hearse created serious disorder. Troops were called out and barred the passage t of the procession. The rioters attempt ed to force their way through the ranks of the troops and stoned the soldiers who were obliged to fire, kill ing three rioters and wounding fifteen, four mortally. The labor exchange is threatening a general strike as a protest. TflE LATEST ITALIAN CAR DELAYED Pan Luis Obispo, April 2. The Ital ian car arrived here at -4:10 this after noon. The car was expected here from Santa Maria this morning but. owing to several mishaps was delayed. It left for Paso Rubles at 5:25 p. in. THE GERMAN RACER Ogden. April 2. The Herman reached Ogden at 8:50 tonight. Eggs Typify Rebirth. There are some superstitions in con nection with Easter, and each country has a custom of celebrating it peculiar to itself, but while each varies, they all unite to observe the spirit of spring- CHIROPODIST. - Painless removal of Corns, 50 cents each. Bunions. Moles, and Warts removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe- Ladies and Children or evenings. Opposite Republican office. Phone Red 72. FRANK SHIRLEY. ciklty. treated Men, day invention we have is a 1908 ma chine for dampening the seams of collars before they are turned. RESULTS: Coilara will last longer and will not break. TROY LAUNDRY H. O. RAMSEY VETERINARY SURGEON. Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. uentie norsee and nice riga for hire. Office and a table corner First av lenue and Jefferson St f ! Phone Black 552. Phoenix. Arlc. 1'ATEST ATTORNEYS-Patents, rooynuhts, trademark American and foreign. JAMKS K. TOWS-EN li. 4:tu Bradbury building, Los Angeles. Cal. E. E. PASCOE. Notary Public Con veyancing a apecliUty. Acknowledg ments taken. 110 North Center St. MASSAGE given at your home. &. A. Roberts, expert and graduate nurse, 12 N. Tenth Avenue, phone red 1484. DR. W. S. LOWE, Veterinarian. Office 17 N. lat Ave. Office Phone, Red 12S3. Res. Phone, County 44. ENGINEERS AND METALLURGISTS I Q. A . King, Assayer & Metallurgist, Mining M llling, Smelting and Irrigation Machinery 18 S. hecond Ave. Phoenix. Ari BARNETT E. MARKS, Attorney and Counsellor. Office 411 Fleming Hldg., Phoenix, Ariz. Patents secured. Crump Hay cash for eggs. and Grain Co. pays i i t t i i m i m 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 ; 1 1 liM-fr EASTER HATS A beautiful assortment of imported shapes, flowers, feathers ami trim mings. YOUR OWN MATERIALS ALSO MADE UP. at Lichtensteins' ARTISTIC MILLINERY PARLOR j 521 E. Van P.uren St.. op. High School, j between 5th ami 6th Sts. Phone Black ; 1SS4. lavajo mm STORE OPEN UNTIL Midnight A. L B0EHMER THE DRUG STORE N.E. CORNER CENTER AND WASH INGTON STS. New Line Rubber Gloves All Colors and Sizes 75 cents a pair while they last. Also full line of Easter Postal Cards, made of Arizona, Yuoca. See Our Front Window. W. K NICHOLS. President. M. SWKTVAM. Vice-President. GEO. It. Ll'TOERDING. Cashier. CO. UNION BANK & TRUST 30 NORTH CENTER ST. GENERAL BANKING; PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION. THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT 44-45 EAST ADAMS STREET. Everything New, Nice and Clean. Private Family Dining CHARLIE, LINO A CO., Propa. Boa ma. Garden City Restaurant Coolest and Cleanest Place In Town to Eat. Nice private rooms (or parties and famlllea. Short orders. REQULAR MEALS 28c Nos. 22 ami 24 East Washington Street. CHARLEY LOO CHUCK, Proprietor. All Kinds of ENGINE BARGAINS at Kunz Bros. & Messinger Phone Red 82. MACHINE WORKS. Corner Second and Adama Sta. PHOENIX. ARIZ. ALWAYS CLEAN. PROMPT SERVICE. HAVE YOU TRIED 33 N. 1st. Are. We buy only the best in the market and our cooking speaks for itself. The California Restaurant YEE SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes.. Private rooms and family style when desired. Sing d oes all his own pastry. For a good dinner on specirj occasion, or at ord inary times come to Sing's new Amer ican Kitchen. 33 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. f CACTCDI !VR ff. WUtTMCY 1 lhoi kiikiuu ua iiiuiiiLi UNDERTAKERS and THE ETERNAL FEMININE. Even love for the nohle cause of universal suffrage cannot hold the women together in an unbroken pha lanx when the question of clothes In trudes, according to charges made by Miss Maude Malone. Miss Malone is a New York woman who acquired some notoriety a short time ago by organizing the first open-air suffrage meeting held in the city. She h;is notified the newspapers of her resig nation from the ranks of the suffragist organization known as the Progressive Woman's Union, saying that the In fluences now in control have changed its original policy to "one of reaction and exclusion." and "to attract a. well dressed crowd, not the rabble." Miss Malone says that she started the street campaign In the "broadest spirit ot ! democracy." Imagine her surprise and disgust when she discovered that the matter of clothes was the. paramount issue in the minds of some if her col leagues. Who can blame her for retir ing to private life? Mexican Drawn work CONSCIENCE HIS MASTER. The old saying that murder will out is not relied upon quite so Implicitly in these times as it was once, not, we I hope, because people have grown more callous, but rather because it is the usual thing nowadays to assume the' altitude of the man trom Missouri lo- j ward old saws.. Still the saying about , murder was promptly recalled in New Tork the other day when a man sur- rendered himself for a murder he said he had commuted in Montreal, because! his conscience would give him no rest. In this case the taking of human life; was followed by the horrors of remorse ' Our stock is too large and we take this means of reducing. Com mencing tod;iy and continuing until further notice, every Navajo l:l:in ket and piece of Mexican Drawn Work in our store, we offer for per cent PROF. WENDELL THE WORLD'S GREATEST ASTROLOGIST. PALMIST AND CLAIRVOY ANT. CALL AND CONSULT THIS WONDERFUL MAN. He will reveal your past, present anil future. He will show you how to avoid sickness, accident, poverty and I misfortune. He will tell you all alout ; children, friends, enemies, benefactors. ' love, marriage and divorce, lost or ! stolen articles, law suits, real estate i ami personal property. In a complete life rending he tells, your name, tells I il .'.our imnos ;ire true or raise, w num ' you will marry and when. He reunites the separated, removes the evil in I flio-nees, restores lost offeetion, cures drunkenness, anil will show why there j is intense hatred generated in an un j happy marriage and will also reveal the startling cause of infidelity and ; why the majority of rmirrirmes nr un I happy. He will reveal thousands of I faetif known only to the ancient prop ! nets of Egypt. C If there is anv mVMterv Villi U'iull linrav,lltiil nr cz.inmtliintr ii retniA i li ; ed. call at once upon this gijfted man and he will send you away rejoicing, i Capitol Hotel, East Washington St.. from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Remember every piece goes: nothing reservd. We want your money and you want our goods, so come first and get the best pick. O.ir line very complete. SEE THE LIVE OSTRICHES S1I VY. Waehtnataa SV, Phoenix, Arizona. I r l MOHN & DRISCOLL FUNERAL DIREOTORS Ba"" nn lnil V.UUI oiivj onuuy 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. Freight and Baggage ANTON GOLD, Proprietor. J ' carefully and quickly bandied. Btor : age at reasonable rates. i Pioneer and Consolidated ' Transfer and Storage Go. ) Baggage office, IK North Center St l Telephone Main 142. General office, 42 South Center St i Telephone Main 74. FORD HOTEL GRILL CHICKEN STEAKS AND CHOPS HOME MADE PASTRY Anheuser Export Beer on Draught j THE PALACE , PRE3COTT, ARIZONA j Strictly on the European plan. Rooms 1 by the day. week or month. Flnesc j bar and club rooms In the Southwest. BROW, SMITM & BELCHER PROPRIETORS. K HUH I I I I I H I H H I 1 III Old mission Hi useum - BENHAM & BRIZZARD CO., PROPS. Back of Court House, Second and Jefferson St. HATS at the FAI a a are about as stylish and a whole lot cheaper than any other place. Great reduction on Skirts and Shirt Waists for today. :-: THE FAR 212 East Wash. St. i There's a Reason Why so many people Ride Hearsey Tires and demand bicycle work RANCHERS If you want to save time and water and money, have your ditches lined with CEMENT or HYDRAULIC LIME. For par ticulars apply to Frenctiy, tiiejCement Man who also Box 192. make Cement Posts. Phone Main 269. T of 4.1 i Stewart&Templin J AT THE Bike Hospital" Phone Red 146. Two Doors South of Postoffice. MHMII HIII I I 1 I I I H I I H McKanna 3Day Liquor Cure Co. 33-35 NORTH SECOND AVENUE i