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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1908.
1YRANNY OF REFORM SALVAIION BY THE LAW Religious and Secular Newspnpers on Prophibition. - Francis Murphy, Temperance Worktr. "We are. apt to (ret dictatorial when Wft save people. It Isn't right. It Is well to be humble. I know of nothing that can save you but mercy. Just re member that, and remember that I am not finding fault with any other meth od of saving men, but officers can not reach the appetite. The legislature cannot control a man's appetite. While it Is well to undertake to do certain thing that the legislature cannot do. and it's no Use to try. The law dors not save a man. If Moses could have saved by law he would have beeu the Christ, and there could have been no need for another Saviour. Now, re member that Christ never went after a man with the city marshal, but witli the grace of tod. You must have the grace of tJod and the love of your kind in your hearts. I am not a prohibition ist, a local optionist, or a high-license man. I do not meddle in politics, but simply believe in saving men by love." And Never Will. "Prohibition never has and never will I'mhiWr.- The Kev. II. Freeman Alien. The Worst Rum Holei. "The worst rum holes are men's mouths. Ko long as these holes are open to receive it. rum will find its way into them. Can these holes be closed to rum by prohibition? No. It can be done only by convincing and persuading their owners to do it of their own free will. That was the method of Father Mathew, the method ' by which lie won the grandest success which the temperance cause has yet gained.'' The Kev. Tranford Nightin gale. ...... Rev. Father Thomas J. Conaty. "I have seen the prohibition prin ciple In our local laws, and my expe rience of tncreased haunts of vice and increased difficulties for temperance work have led me to despise the farce of attempting morality by law. These are, some of the reasons that urge me, as a total abstainer, to add my protest against placing in our constitution a Utw which appears to me to be bad in morel and impracticable in politics." Thomas J. Conaty. President Catholic Total Abstinence Societies of America. WHAT THE PAPERS SAY. The Christian Union. "It has been once tried in Massachu setts, and ignominiously failed. It is, according to all accounts, a failure In Rhode Island. In Ohio, a similar pro vision in the constitution, prohibiting license, gave over the state for years to free liquor, and made Cincinnati a by-word and a reproach. It is wise for temperance men, who desire to abol ish the saloon altogether if they can and to restrict it where abolition is impossible, to Incorporate in the con stitution of the state so doubtful an experiment? We can give but one an swer to that question an answer in the negative." St. Louis Republic (Dem.). "Only the impractical doctrinaire ex pects that the time will ever come when any system of laws can be de vised to prevent intoxication and its results of degradation and crime. The only community in which it would be possible to enforce such laws is the prison. In our penitentiaries men are kept from drinking, as they can be kept under prison regime. Nothing else will do it. The community has no right to attempt to restrict liberty in such fashion to any such end. except where liberty has been forfeited for crime committed." St. Louis Globe-Democrat (Rep.). "When you try to make temperate folks by getting them to drink cold water only you will have also thereby a lot of bigots and fools. The proper plan is a wide and generous culture tn the way of high alms and self-improvement." Detroit Tribune (Rep.) " We know that 'prohibition does not prohibit' in places where public senti ment is not in favor of It. In Bangor and Portland, in the old prohibition state of Maine, are many grogshops which could be wiped nut by a high tax law. If this were done, don't you believe it would be better for the cause of temperance in that state." Atlantic Constitution (Dem.), Nov. 21, 1887. "There are twice as many houses vacant today under prohibition, as there were in 1864, when there was no prohibition." Orthodox Journal (Religious). "Prohibition is a grievous mistake in moral philosophy, an act of despotism in civil government, and an open decla ration of Infidelity in the truth and wisdom of the Bible Viewed in its true character. It Is no wonder that none but the uncivilized and heathen nations of earth have ever enforced it." New York Tribuno (Rep.) "There is more, liberty, more freedom from espionage in Moscow or St. Pet ersburg during a Nihilist panic than In the cities and villages of Iowa under the prohibition regime. Domiciliary visits, legalized sanctuary and the in fliction of insults and outrages such as even the Austrians in Italy never dared to venture upon have been the outcome of the statutes Intended to suppress the drink evil." Are Your Kidneys Weak ? Thousands of lien and Women have Kid ney Trouble and Never Suspect It Nature warns you when the track of health is not clear. Kidney' and bladder trouble compel you to pass water often through the day and get up many times during the night Unhealthy kidneys cause lumbago, rheumatism, catarrh of the bladder, pain or dull ache in the back, joints or muscles, at times have a headache or indigestion, as time passes you may have a sallow complexion, puffy or dark circles under the eyes, sometimes feel as though you had heart trouble, may have plenty of ambition but no strength, get weak and waste away. If such conditions are permitted to continue, serious results are sure to follow; Brlght's disease, the very worst form of kidney trouble, may steal upon you. Prevalency of Kidney Disease. Most people do not realize the alarm ing Increase and remarkable prevalen cy of kidney disease. While kidney disorders are the most common dis eases that prevail, they are almost thp last recognized by patient and physi cians, who content themselves with doctoring the affects, while the origin al disease undermines the system. A Trial Will Convince Anyone. If you are sick or feeljng badly, be gin taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, because as soon as your kid neys begin to get better, they will help the other organs to health. In taking Swamp-Root, you afford natural help to Nature for It is the most perfect healer and gentle aid to the kidneys that has ever been discovered. You cannot get rid of your aches and pains if your kidneys are out of order. You cannot feel right when your kidneys are wrong. Swamp-Root is Pleasant Embroideries CORSET. COVER EMBROIDERIES, wide widths, of Hamburg or Swiss, fine quality, worth 45c a yard. Spe cial today at, yard -'..-25 Rajah Silks RAJAH 8ILKS, an excellent quality, soft, fine silk striped, 27 Inches wide. In the Copenhagen, light blue, pink, white, tans, green, pongee, lavender and other newest shades of the season. Special, today at, yard 82 1-2 n I . M Jiff 'faiiiM. I J ' DR. KILMER'S Dress Linen COLORED DRESS LINEN, 28 Inches wide, in brown, grey, pink, light and dark blue, 45c quality; extra special today ... 3 yards for $1.00 ft ;3 ; ft?. DR. KILMER'S SWAMP-ROOTi CURE. '.fcofccjejru'a lWw m MUfj iU x4ftlbrJt.-t. ..Jtj.iJj..if I i Vr tfHvfttK HtM txusji:; ' 4im and I m'oms) t lull ! r IihK. ft II MM siif !Mw tv ri hi. . Tfc fMt mtt I kl.ii.. J , I :T, Ufc-irr , L t.s ' Ac4 IimiUm ftbst. ttiawvWrt' ') 10 Mftfc tUint, u b 14 j tmfn hod! hisylsW, pr-t ,rkMR:ti'M. J-JM.afj IJ Bit til 1 1 ), vbL-fc la ib, Mt II: Hit tirfa'VtfWUr. j I FRtP.NtH llf IV ,M. KHMZX CO.. : Sold by all Druf risU. I I " J P lastly 1 T.Tif'fcsgiia-fHs' Swamp-Root is always kept up to Its high standard of purity and excellence. A sworn certificate of pur ity with every bottle. Long Gloves LONG SILK GLOVES. In all the newest shades, double, tips, excel lent values at 81.25 81.85 Parasols PARASOLS A collection that Is unsurpassed. Dainty stylos in pon gee and white wash materials, either tucked or embroidered: val ues from. ...1.25 'P to $5.00 Hand Bags MERRY WIDOW HAND BAGS, In the dressed or undressed kid. In tans, black or greys, the very new est, worth $2.0 and $2.50. Special today 81.50 81.90 Hosiery HOSIERY Pretty and dainty, plain and openwortf. cotton or silk lisle, in all the newest shades. Special today at, pair 50 Ladies New Spring Suits A VERY FINE AND EXTENSIVE SHOWING OF NEW SPRING SUITS IN THE "MADAME BUT TERFLY" AND THE "MERRY WIDOW," SMART LOOKING JACKET STYLES, from the most fam ous shops of New York, in the Ooiienhngen, tans, browns, greys and other newest shades. Some in voiles, panamas, fancy woven, plain colored or nov elty striped and of other spring textiles, besides other models of white or cream serge. The prices range from... .' - 815.00 to 875.00 New Waists for Spring Our assortment of new Waists. Fancy or Tailored, excels those of our pre vious efforts. P.entitiful Waists of net In white or ecru, as well as the pretty and sheer Lingerie styles ore Includ ed In this selection. We have marked them at prices that will appeal to you. Call and look them over: to Take. If you are already convinced that Swamp-Root Is what you need, ybu can purchase the regular fifty-rent and one-dollar size bottles at all drugstores. Don't make any mistake but remember the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address, Rlnghamton, N. Y.. which you will find on every bottle. SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE To prove the wonderful merits of Swamp-Root you may have a sample bottle and a book of valuable information, both sent absolutely free by mail.' The book contains many of the thousands of let ters received from men-and women who found Swamp-Root to be Just the remedy they needed. The value of Swamp-Root is so well known that our readers are advised to send for a sample bottle. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure to say you read this generous offer In The Arl sona Republican. New York World (D.m.l I "A World correspondent has made an extended tour of the state of Maine, and presents the facjs as they came under his careful observation in rela tion to the working of the liquor law. Liquor is procured without difficulty in Portland, Augusta, Bangor, Bath, Belfast, Lewiston, Brunswick, East port and elsewhere. In Portland the World representative found 144 places where intoxicants were sold In some form or other, and he estimates that there are as many as 2500 open bars In the state. Such a situation cannot fail to be de moralizing to the public service. There Is a growing feeling manifesting itself in favor of repeal and of high license. Others Interested in taxation recognize the loss that accrues to the state through the absence of a license rev enue, liquor being sold anyhow. The arrests for drunkenness in the little, city of Portland alone for the latter six months of 1S&7 were FOR GREAT AND SMALL. A guarantee is contained in each box of Sexine Pills, so that any per son needing a remedy for any form of nerve weakness, and to produce per fect and restful sleep, can buy these pills without risking a cent These groat nerv? and manhood builders are sold by Elvey & Hclstt, where they .sell alt the principle remedies and do not substitute. If you want to see California RIGHT and take your own time, travel by our INDEPENDENT system which affords perfect protection against exorbitant prices antl affords the best service, most delightful side trips, stop-over privileges, congenial accommodations and maximum pleasure. A new and novel way of seeing SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA which saves you time, trouble and money. Everything planned out for you, but you go and come independent of any other tourist. Write for our,, booklet describing routes, places of interest, curious sights, seashore and mountain resorts, I.os Angeles attractions, etc. State time and place of starting, and we will quote price j for the different trips. CALIFORNIA TRAVEL ASS N., 250 Grosse Bldg Los Aftgeles, Calif. KELVIN EXCURSION AND BAStBALL GAME The Arrangements Are AH Made For Sunday, April 12. Another big excursion will be mn over the Phoenix & Eastern Sunday. This time the destination will be Kel vin, the coming copper camp of Pinal county. A special rate of $1.25 for the round trip from Phoenix has been granted. The rate from Mesa and Tempe will be Jl, and from Florence fifty cents. The train . will leave Phoenix at 9:30 a.m.. city time, and re turning will leave Kelvin at 4:30 p.m. , Among the attractions which Gen eral Agent Landis has arranged is a baseball game between Florence and Phoenix at K Ivln and a big crowd from the Plnal capital city will Join the excursion. There are two tram ways across the Gila at Kelvin and free rides will be had across to the other side. The Kelvin people will be prepared to give the visitors a hearty reception. The Florence team will have the Mesa battery and Phoenix will be strengthened for the encounter. Flor ence has been victorious on two occa sions, but this time Phoenix will be represented by a different lineup. The Florence excursion Was a big success. Plenty of cars will be provided for the Kelvin trip, so all who go may be com fortably seated. APPROACHING END OF OUTING SEASON Castle Hot Springs Hotel Will Close April 15 and Local People Planning Excursions Will Have to Hurry. 'The Castle. Hot Springs will close on the 15 tli of this month. Its season of 1S07-8 which has been the most notable and the most successful one since the resort was first equipped and began its bid for fame. It Is time now for such local people as have not profited b its advantages to act. If they hope to do so this Fprlng. Spec iat excursion rates may be Secured. and .It will be surprising If several parties are not maue up in mis city for a short stay at the Springs during the next week. Everything is in fine condition and a full complement of help with all the pleasures and inducements of the regular season, may be .lutd until the 13th, and the people of Phoenix and Prescoit who fail to make a visit to this resort at once will surely be miss ing one of the good things of life in this part of Arizona. There are r of the visitors from a great distance now at the Springs and accommoda tions are ample for parties of any size that may be organized now in either Phoenix or Prescott. It Is a delight ful place for an "over Sunday" outing, or for a longer time if one can stay. It would be an enjoyable novelty even for those who are already raori or less familiar with mountain life in Arizo na, and for those who are not, but have neglected thus ' long the little Journey Into the hills they have been promising themselves. It would be In comparable with any other trip they could make. The deserts are now rich In their spring time splendor and the stage and automobile road is in good condition. The trip to and from the Springs- is itself worth all the effort and expense, to say nothing of the hotel delights, and the bathing facilities. Though it has often been mentioned, no one who has not visited the Springs In recent years, has a proper conception of the swimming facilities, which are the chief delight, especially of the visitor who stays only for a few days. In the first place, the upper pool where the j water Is hottest has been enlarged so one can not only bathe, but has ample room for swimming. In addition there has been constructed far below this upper pool and Just above the hotel, a pool large enough for boating as well as swimming, and " the water, though very much cooler -than the up per pool. Is still warm and pleasant the year found. The outdoor bathing in this pool, protected by the canyon walls. Is as delightful at Christmas time as it Is at any ocean resort in midsummer. In addition, to these fa cilities there Is hot water direct from the upper ool. In all the rooms of the hotel, for tub baths if one desires them. The best testimonial for the Springs that no one ever returns from a visit there with a regret on his lips. But if any more of the Phoenix people Intend to go this season they must hurry, for April 13 is the last day of grace. o NOTHING' SATISFIES PRESIDENT GOMPERS Would Rather the Sherman Anti-trust Law Should Stand Than to Have' it Amended as Proposed. Spring Oxfords W. L. DOUGLAS IN NEW SPRING OXFORDS In Russia calf, patent and viol kid In the newest lasts from, per pa"- 83.50 to 85.00 Griffon Brand "GRIFPON BRAND" GOLF SHIRTS In plain or figured, coaf style, ranging In price from 81.25 to 82.50 Men's Spring Suits HAVE YOU SEEN OUR FINE SELECTION OF MEN'S SUITS? They are certainly nobby and are equal to any custom-made suits. Why pay more when these can give you as good sen-Ice and satisfac tion for less money? A perfect fit guaranteed. We have them at 812.00 p to 825.00 Hats JOHN B. STETSON HATS in a full assortment of the newest, up-to-date shapes. Men's Sox MEN'S SOX in fancy, plain, checks or stripes; a collection of the very new est and up-to-date. Prices per pair UP to See Our Window Display of Ladies Suits Ask to See the Many New Novelties for Spring The speakers In " addition to M"K Gompers. were President Seth Low, of the National Civic Federation: Prof. J. W. Jenks of Cornell Univer sity, Daniel Davenport of Bridgeport Conn, for the National Boycott Asso ciation, and George A. Monohan of Detroit, counsel for the National Founders' Association an organization of manufacturers employing 250.000 men. Mr. Gompers declared that organ ized labor does not want Its contracts with employers to be passed on as to their-reasonableness or unreasonable ness by a commissioner: that It rath er would submit to the law as It now stands. A further hearing of the bill was postponed until April 16. o ECZEMA ONLY SKIN DEEP. Local Cure of Diseased Surface Now Recognized as Proper Treatment. Washington, April 6. A statement by Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labor, that organized labor would rather endure, the Shermai anti-trust iaw as applied by the I'nited States supreme court In the Hatters case, than submit to reg istration, as proposed by he amenda- ory bill drafed by the National Civic Federation, and Introduced in the house by Mr. Hepburn, was one of the features today in the hearing on the bill before the house judiciary sub-committee. . COFFEE There is a time for gfood tea, and a time for good coffee; there is no time for poor either. . Test tfocer returns ?onr nooer li ro doa'l like ScLUiisi' Bt: n par hisi In gathering data for an address be fore the Pathological Club, Dr. D. D. Dennis, the skin specialist of Chicago, prepared a table of results on micro scopical blood examinations of 4t8 suf ferers from skin disease. These tests were from the blood of persons who had called at his office within a period of two years. Less than 10 per cent of all these cases showed anything at all the matter with the blood, and in not a single instance could the physicians present trace the slightest connection between the skin affection and the blood humor. This personal experience furnished the Chicago physician with the busts for a brilliant exposition uf his conten tion that Eczema. psoriasis. salt rheum, barber's itch and other skin diseases are first and last diseases of the skin and have nothing at all to do with the blood. At the conclusion of his paper. Dr. Dennis was congrat ulated on his demonstration by the prominent medical men present. For several years Dr. Dennis has al lowed a private company to manufac ture and sell his celebrated compound of thymol glycerine and oil of winter green known as D. Dk. D. Prescription, and it was particularly gratifying to him that other first class physicians, free from prejudice and jealousy, should, recommend the D. D. D. Pre scription to all skin sufferers. It is simply wonderful the instant relief the complete taking away of the Itch the very moment this oil of wintcrgrecn compound Is applied to the skin. .We know, we vouch for it: Elvey & Hulett, East Washington St. Just try it. We recommend D. D. D. Prescription especially when used with D. D. D. Soap. Call at our store and we will tell you more about this scien tific cure. Tho tourists homo are flocking, From mountain, dell and shore To buy the Cactus Candy Sold at Donofrio's store. WHEN YOU LEAVE US In your newly repaired auto, you will practically have a new machine. All our work guaranteed. Machines for rental. WORK GUARANTEED. MACHINES RENTED. SOUTHWESTERN AUTO CO. Phono Main 345. ; THE HOFFMAN CIGAR STAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP. CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broaaway A Con tor. GILLETTE The Tailor Carries the Largest Stock of Goods in Arizona. 17 W. ADAMS ST. Moore & McLellan Undertaker and Embalmera, Lady Assistant. 19 West Adams Street. Telephone Mala 123. I.T.Hosey Broker STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN AND COTTON We buy or sell anything llstmd Tor you 40 N. First St. Phoenix Phono Main 232 HELLO! Do ydu know that you get 10 per cent discount on new and second hand Furniture. Stoves and Ranges at Mor den's Second Rand Store? 401-405-407 East Washington St. Phone Black 64. Send a copy of the Homeseeker's edition of The Republican to a friend back east. The postage Is only two cents for the 24 pages of special mat ter, or three cents for the entire issue. aP1 f HAMILTON BROS. PIANO TUNERS WITH redewill;music co. I 1 I 1 MAILLARD S CHOCOLATES NEW YORK CITY We ask you to compare these with any 60c or 80c chocolates. MAILLARD'S Chocolates, large variety, with filling of the finest texture, ' 50 n,r Pound. , ' MAILLARD'S French assorted Chocolates and Bon Bons, 25. We have about a hundrad other kinds equally good. PHOENIX BAKERY AND CONECTIONERY. EDWARD EISELE, Wholesale. . ,. . , . . Established 1881. . - : , i. . - Retail. Announcement The following stallions and jacks a'ro in service at the Turkey Track Cattls Company farm near Tempe, Arizona: Direct View 2:05 (Trotting) Direct View, 36784, is a handsome seal brown, by Direct 2:05u., dam Formosa by Mansfield 2:26. A per fect individual and a sire of extreme speed. Fee $25.00 in advance, with re turn privilege. Castillion 41665 Castillion is a black Percheron by imp. Casino 27830 from imp. Dsbora 20852. Casino is the highest priced Percheron stallion ever imported, cost ing $10,000. Fee $25.00 .in advance, with return privilege. The Colonel An Arabian, by and out of imported sire and dam. Fine disposition and a perfect carriage horse. Fes $10.00 in advance, with return privilege. Mikado 698 Jack, by Giant Jr., dam Queen of Anderson. Mikado won grand cham pionship at St. Louis Exposition' in his two-year-old form. 16'4 hands high and weighs 1200 lbs. Fee $20.00 in advance, with return privilege. Patsy Bolivar Jack, 3 years old, by an imported Spanish Jack froma recorded Ten nessee jennet. Patsy Bolivar is with out doubt the most perfect jack of his ago in the southwest. Fee $20.00 in ad vance, with return privilege. Good pasture . under woven wire fence, at $2.&Lper month,-for a lim ited number W mares while breeding. For further information and partic ulars address B. A. Packard, . , . . MANAGER, Tempe, Arizona. AND STAR RUBY four Are the two best brands sold in the valley. Can be purchased on the South Side of BIRCHETT BROS., T. J. PARRY, GOODWIN BROS, and A. A. CELAYA, Tempe or any store in Mesa. r THE MISSION A resort for g-entlemen. The original BUOWEISER BEER on draught. FRANK CONNELLEY, Prop. CALYPSO The Imported French Percheron Black Stallion will make the season of 1908 Tuesdays and Saturdays at the Palo Alto Stables, balance of week at the. home ranch. Also the Jack Napoleon will stand' at the ranch. For terms apply to M. B. HOROVITZ, Owner. R. F. D. 3.