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THE ARIZONA REPCRLICAN SUNDAY MORNING, ATRIL 26, 1D08.
fi ti.IZS.1A REPUBLICAN Published Every Dny in the Year By THE ARIZONA PUSLISHING COMPANY. riiory ia!o believing automobile party. tl:at they are an JF.O. W. YICKERS. Pi, and Ge. Mgr. Eir-luslve Mornln Associated Press Dispatches. Oniy perfecting P1 In Arlsona. Tim only battery of Llnctypea In anznaa. Publication office: U-K East Adams street. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the postofflee at Phoenix. Arizena, aa mall matter of the aecond :lass. fUIiSCRIfTlON RATES. h mall. dallv. one year It re- : aired Fix detectives to guard tin? Rockefeller family on its way to and from church on Easter Sunday. :'i:ir to church tinder fuch guardian ship becuni'-s a serious as "veil as a sol.-iuii business. Tt. turning visitors I'r.i.i the const say lh.it tin- hat'.lesiiios after a few days a i the ports if I.os Angelas had tn li t their armor belts out in consc iiunce of the unbounded liosoilality 'f the I.ns Angcler.os. court on chare. s f trecaun and the press predicts that anarchy may be expected at C'orriento. Furthermore, a revolutionary out -br-ak has ttk?n pla-o in the provlne" of Santiago. A band of revolutionists attacked the governor of that province, drove him and his minister from the suite and proela : .m-.l a provisional government. The g-v rni.r was wnnnil- il and his brother -.'.is killed In Hie e; .-ountcr. Trn.ip:. -.'.lie sum lie .lied and put an ml t.i the upiishiK. The revohitii aisis luive been disarmed. THE BOARD OF IRADt STANDING COMMIITftS Veekly. one year Cash In al ranee. . toe BY CARRIER. Dally, per month W cU t t Little James The Arizona neputiliean la on aaln at all of Amos" street nei stand wag-ona n Los AnKeles. San Diego and Long Eeaoh. President Foss Yesterday Announced the Complete Organization for the New Year. H-H-H-H-H (An Fnfoundod Fear ttint the United States is in Danger of Becoming: Sectarian.) PHOENIX. ARIZONA. APRIL. 2K. !'"! ITS AN IMPORTANT ELECTION. In the excitement of the local option election the ,ciuy election which will be at hand within two weeks should n..t b- lost sight of. That only two councilmen are te be chosen should n.it account for a languid interest for in all essential respects the coming election is as important as the other biennial election when the city offices are filled, it will determine the com plexion .f the city council and that is a far mure moment' ius matter than the entire ofielal list. We believe that everybody is satis fied with the council as it now stands. There is a general approval of all that lias been done by the councilmen in the la.n two years The council is re garded by taxpayers as a valuable as set of Phoenix. Claude W. Ci.-ney has assisted in making the council what it is. Those who approve the council must there fore approve Mr. Ci.-r.ev. Mere ap proval however does not advance tl:iies nor does it keep them at a high level. There must be some work and doubtless the voters of the fourth ward will see that the work is done. The second ward has an opportunity to assist in keeping up the high stand ard of the council by the election of I'jan .Mc 1 'ermott. Though he has nev er served the city his interest in mu nicipal affairs, his integrity and his sucvefS in the management of his own business commend him to voters as a model councilman. oettino r.r.'-n in Tin: navv. A good d. nl cf tnijen'iity is dis played by lh" navy's advertising de partment in designing attractive color-' post. r. ::nd soliciting nv-p. t . . n-li.-t under T'licle Sim 'end s.-e tin World." S..me g. i.i.is oonn-- t.-d with the d -prfrtmnit has now taken .1 new tack and has cor.ipilod a pamphlet proving in black mid white that it is p. ssil-le to a.-oiiire Wealth in the navy at the same time that one is acquir ing polish by se.-ii.g the world. The ficures are bas d n the case of a man who ent-rs tie- navy at IS years of a so and Ifnves it by legal retire ment at 4. It is Assumed that the man is promoted to a petty officer at the end of four years, ."nd becomes a chief petty officer at the end of eight years. It is calculated on this basis that if the sailor saves half his pay ami invests it in a savings hank at 4 per c nt interest he will have coming to him at the end if thirty yr;:rs tn. tidy n:im of i?,.'.2". and may r -tire on thie.-f.mrths rar or iTfe rest of his life, which means Jl 1?,.2S a y.-:ir from the pov.-rnmcnt b.-sid-s. I'ncle Rim therefore ff rs a sure road to wealth to tie- y'.ui.: men who can fi'.l these specifications. I see by th' Papers 'at this can't be called no Oodlous Country an' 'at whatever happens In th' Nashnle Con venshuns we're bound to have a God fearin President. C.uvner Hughes of Noo York th' other day addrest a Winn- c A meetin wiui nlte but he didn't have no edge on Kurnel Wllyum (I'Brine which occypide a Pulpit at a J'aptist Oonflrnce in Rochester. N. T., an' Mister Taft not to be outdone was til' cheof Rpeeker ut a Crischcn Bn deverer Convenshum in Chicago. Sen ter Foraker he was th' Center of At- tracksluin at a A. M. K. confernce at l'.ultim ire where th' subjex under Dis cushen was th' Higher Life an' th' th.iotin up of Brownsville. Texus. i Vice Presdent Fairbanks lias been bilied to address a Temprenct- Conven ' siiun at InjinajilU on th' "Cucktale an' I its Rlitin Effeck on Presidenshle As ' i.yrash.tns." Th" Lw-ture Burro which has charge of th' Tower of Guvner Jonson anounces 'at he's open to En gagements fer Churches whose Pas tures is off on their Summer Vacash ; litis. ' L'm le Josef Canyon, he aint broke i into th Religus Feeld jit but it is j Thot "at if he can find a place to put his Se.-gar for a Few Minits 'at mebbe he'll be Pintin th' Way to Hevin be fore long. His Frends sez "at IJ he gits Started wntist in this feeld at he'll have all th' other Candydates Skint a .Mile rite at th' start fer he has fer a Urate many Yeers Cultivated a Form of Speech which in th' Excitement of th' Moment might be Mistook for a Spirltule Ianeruidge an' would have an' I'pbildin' effeck on th ' strength of I'ncle Josef at Chicago. I ast M:- Paw if it wasn't a Yila sliun of th' Const itushun fer these i here Candvdates to be mixin Keligyun with Polhti:; this away. He sez lie thinks not fer while. Th' Church an' State has got to be seprit; th' Candy dates aint mixin ' in so dost 'at they can't be Pride Apart agin alter th' j I.eeksh in's over. "So. Jcri-es." My Paw ser. "You ' might dismiss jour Feers about th' ! State be'in Enslaved to Rejgytin. In :-. few months from now it Ml lie th' i snine free oie State it was when it I was Foundel bv th' Fathers." ! I.ITTI.E JAMES. Pr. Foss, president of the board of trade, yesterdav announced the follow ing named standing committees of the board of trade for the new year. l!dS-9: Finance liwight P.. Heard, chair man: J. C. Norton, ". w. McKee. Auditing Elliot Evans . chairman; Frank Thomas. C. W. McKee. Transportation and Legislation li. A. Fowler, chairman; J. c. Norton, A. J. Chandler. Advertising. Publications and Sta tistics Janu-s H. McClintock. chair man; S. J. Mirhelson, J. H. Cook, C. W. McKee. County and Municipal Affairs Frank Thomas, chairman; S. J. Mich tison. c 1, McK-e. House and Exhibits- J. C. Norton, chairman; Elliot Evans. Charles Kor rick. ) Expositions S. J. Michelson, chair man: B. A. Fowler, Dwight B. Heard. Immigration J. W. Crenshaw, chair man: J. H McCllnlock. The Secretary. Membership and Grievance Charles Korrick, chairman: Frank Thomas. J. P. cook. Parks, Boulevards and Roads C. W. McKee. chairman; Frank Thomas. El liot Evans. Meetings nn.l ' Receptions A. J. Chandler, chairman: Dwight B Heard. B. A. Fowler. Foreign Trade J. p. Cook, chair man; Charles Korrick, James H. Mc-Clintock. Open Until Mid-night A. L. BOEHMER, THE DRUG STORE, Northeast cor. Center and Wash. New Line Rvibber Gloves ALL COLORS AND SIZES. 75 cents a pair WHILE THEY LAST. ALSO FULL LINE OF EAST ER ' POSTAL CARDS, MADE OF ARIZONA YUCCA. SEE OUR FRONT WINDOW. I Linda Vista ; v i x ?! I Acres j i ? ? in trjet to suit. ? 3r -m '!f-;: I ill iir 11 -- THE HOTEL AT HOLLYWOOD. Hollywood. California, an ideal cool p!ce to spend the sumni r. situ ated mid-way between l.os Angeles and the ocean. Special low summer rates. Write for rates and booklet. i $250.00 down balance easy. A f good investment- i I t t The National Bank of Arizona, You Must Stop i FOR A WARM ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHT'S REST THE WHIMS w.iUSF MARICOPA. ARIZONA. I retre & Oriffin, Real Estate and AT PHOENIX. Capita! $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 Employs only such methods in its business a-s make banking institu tions of positive value. EMIL GANZ. President. SOI. LEWIS. Vice President. .j. S OBERFEI.DER. Cashier. J. J. SWEENEY. Asst. Cashier. V.'S SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. DojjIsOpBra Monday, Apiil 27, f08r Invtstment Co. 127 N. Center St. THE EUTERPE TRIO. FROM SEATTLE TO CHICAGO. End of a Lona Week For a Purse of " S1.5P0. Chicago. April l'.". A iine!y days' walk from Seattle. Wash., to Chicago was completed todav by Richard l Hay nnd Win. Jackson. They left the western citv on Janurrj- tit S o'clock in the morning, and had fifteen and a half hours to snare when they reached the citv hall here this afternoon. The reported that the Seattle athletic club had offered them a purse ot Jl.r.i.n provided they finished the trip on ti'oe. WEATHER TODAY. Washington. April LT.. For Arizona: Fair Sundav and Monday. A musical organizstion of rar merit, X consisting of Prof. Henry H. Miller, Violin, Mon. Joseph Antoine Blondin, Violincello, Dr. Wm. B. McCrscken, Piano, Assisted by Mr. W. J. Drumfflond, Humorist and Vocalist. Prices: 75c. $1.00 and $1.50. Sezts at Soehmer's Saturday, Apr. 25. H"H,lC-frv'i"M' ! i I 1 t I i' 1 H I I 'I' Gentlemen Buy a collar and send it to the "Troy." Note how many times It will be washed nnd Ironed be fore breaking. Our new seam dampencr prevents this trouble. I TROY LAUNDRY I I I I I 1 1 Hi MM H 1H 1 ! !'. "it .' 7 ki,' X'XZXmm v : 3d ak Ycur Savings I " : -sit with u and your money wili - i arning more money because we iv our depositors good interest. 1 'ur bank Is reliable and you wil f nd the nejst careful people banking with us. ilffilSMflefThn lollm, DQnk C l no luiluj uunn Betinlrt, President. Lloyd B. Christy. Cashier. LASTERUNG & WHITNEY UNDERTAKERS lt W. Washtngt.il t. Phoamx, An.rona. o n W. F. NICHOLS, Prtsldent. J. M. SWETNAM. GEO. H. LUTGERDING, Vice-President. Cashier. UNION BANK & TRUST CO. 30 NORTH CENTER ST. ' GENERAL BANKING PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION. In BRAZIL IN AN L'Pr!0AR. Ore Prcvir.ee the Trouble the Form of a Revol'tticr., Tock I Pu-r-is Ay res. April Nhvs has , ie reeied her- of a serious situa i tion in the province of Ci.rri-nt . The proviie ial i h;'.mle r of lieputies an ; proved a motion that the pov rn ir of I the province be brought before a local Spring Millinery A fine assortment of "MERRY WID OW" HATS, including the l.-adins: stvt -s. Your own materials also made up. Lichtensteins, ARTISTIC MILLINERS, 521 EAST VAN BUREN STREET, EETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH STREETS. Opoosite High School. Phone Black 1934. Meats mr meats are clean and wholesome; all carefully selected. Meats Vmi can't p,. t bettir meats, or hett' r ser ic- i-Newhere In the city. Meats Ask your neighbor, who uses our meats. Tin y will tell you to buj' from us evi rv time, and there Is a rci n for that, isn't there? INDEPENDENT MARKET J. E. STUGEON & CO. Phone Main 297. 1-3 West Washington Street All Kinds of ENGINE BARGAINS at Kunz Bros. & Messinger MACHINE W0RK3. Corner Second and Adams Sta. Phone Red 828. PHOENIX, ARIZ. 8 m EH 1 I ALWAYS CLEAN. PROMPT SERVICE. HAVE YOU TRIED The California Restaurant 1st. Ave. We buy only the best in the market and our cooking speaks for itself. YEE SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes.. Private rooms and family stylo when desired. Sing does all his own pastry. For a good dinner on specifj occasion, or at ord inary times come to Sing's new Amer ican Kitchen. 33 Nrth Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. At 2 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. corn-option that l.-ijal doctrines and have become :.;r. g"iMPi:rs ANr law . In his s'.ooch b. fore the Central Federated 1'nlon in New York last we.k .Mr. Gomf.-rx opened up the R.a eral ouo.-tion of whither law is made for a people I r the people for the law. In so far as his uttTances siiKS'-st that the form'-r assumption is the in' re reli-il.h- they will meet with K-n- er.il approval. His cerai!i substantial p:ie been oui-rov. n an int. rfi rer. e with the popular liber ties is. howevt r, Huoject to demur; un less it be made cuite clear that the interests which he officially r. I resents forth" r reflect th" int. -rests f the whole people. Mr. Gompcr speaks for l.ioor aft.-r a fashion that affects a liisfh cmiimissi .n from the whole people- w hereas he is qualified to speak f only such proportion, of the people as is b.'.nded in the American Federa tion. In seeking to correct whatever crievanoes may he suffered b- even so ei n.-iih r.thle a b'id', it is char that other and larper interests must be co.-siil-rcd. I' i .hi har.'.ly be claiused that tin- remedy of new h-sal constructions sl:onld be appiied f ir tie- relief . f the class for v.l'.ich -Mr. (Jumpers definitely spi aks except assuniiie.. he afford--d that the interests of coil; ins of .- -i le vho are uiirepn-s' nted by this abie advoeate are not tiireatened by revi sion of the established code. ' ur b.-itllespips will wear veils of jd el r.. ttinc- her. a'tir to ward ff tor j.edn nttaeks. All tiley will n.-eil tln-n Will be a pair ol ii ititl' S to deceive the- SALES WILL CONTINUE DAI LY IN ORDER TO CLOSE OUT THE LARGEST COLLECTION OF INDIAN AND MEXICAN COODS EVER OFFERED IN THE CITY. 50G Genuine Navajo Indian Blankets ALL SIZES AND PATTERNS; A BEAUTIFUL COLLECTION. Mexican Drawn Work FROM SMALLEST DOILIES TO LARGE TABLE CLOTHS. ALL OF $2.0C0 WORTH. &ijrNT AND HAND-PAINTED PILLOWS, MATS AND TABLE COVERS AND HUNDREDS OF OTHER ARTICLES. THIS 13 AN ABSOLUTE SALE AS WE ARE QUITTING THE BUSINESS. THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT 44-45 EAST ADAMS STREET. Everything New, Nice and Clean. Private Family Dining Room. CHARLIE. LINO A CO, Propa. Garden City Restaurant Coolest and 'Cleanest Place In Town to Rat. Nice private rooms for parrfc and families. Short orders REGULAR MEALS 2SC Nos. 22 and 24 East Washington Street CHARLEY LOO CHUCK. Proprietor. t X Col. Randolph i by X MENDOCINO (3) 2:19i 3! Sire of Monte Carlo 2:07Vi and t others in the ten list, f. Dam by Mambrino 'Wilkes, sire T of several in 2:1a list Service fee, Jla.no for the season. X Old race track. X J- K. WHEAT, Owner. MOHN & DRISCOLL FUNERAL DIRECTORS BENHAM Su BRIZARD CO., PROPS. HAMMOND, Auctioneer EACK OF THE COURT HOUSE ON JEFFERSON STREET WOTAY PUBLIC. PATENT ATTOltXKYS- Putin's, cooyriglitu, tratii ninrk- Anu-ri'-an ami (oreln. JAMKS K. HiVVNsK.Mi. 4io UrHillmrjr buildiiic, l.o AngeU-s. ('al. K. E. PASCOE. Notary Public Con veyancing a specialty. Acknowledg ments taken. Ill) North Center St. DR. W. S. LOWE, Veterinarian. Office 17 N. 1st Avo. Office Phone, Red 12S3. Res. Phone. County 44. ENGINEERS AND METALLURGISTS I (.). A. Kinc, Assayer & Meiallnricirt. Mining Mlllinc, SDieltiiuc and IrriKatiiui Machinery 1 H. eci-ond Ave. Phoenix. Ariz BARNETT E. MARKS, Attorney and Counsellor. Office 411 Fleming BIdg.. Phoenix. Ariz. Patents secured. AND WE THOUGHT NAVY. WE HAD A G. A. ROBERTS, Expert Masseur. . Massage Riven at your home. Phono , P.ed 14111. 12 N. Tenth Ave. I "Our battleships are out of date," j Says Mr. Henry Ileuterdahl; "Our gunners never could shoot , straight; We mlsht as well have none at ail j "Their armor is too light and low. Their turrets death-traps only: Some day they'll all to fragments blow And leave us sad and lonely." And should they ever chance to meet Some real ships In buttle. Why Henry says our poor old fleet Would run like frightened cattle. Hut say. lien, what Ftrange cause took hence That erstwhile Spanish nation? Was it the hand of Providence, Or was it gravitation? O Henry, go and soak your head. And then go buy a book Entitled "IT. S. History." And o'er Its glorious paces look. Hut even Henry Ileuterdahl Would be entirely satisfied. And others just as critical. With ml!k and cream from the Val ley Pride- By the Valley Pride Poet GOLD HOTEL ANTON GOLD, Prop. 3rd and Washington Sts. Hot and Cold Da t lis free for reg ular roomers. Nice cool rooms $T.'Hi i or month and upwards. Summer rates. Come and look at tin m. Freight and Baggage carefully and quickly handled. Stor age at reasonable rates. Pioneer and Consolidated Transfer and Storage Go. K&ggage office. 116 North Center 8t Telephone Main 142. General office, 42 South Center St Telephone Main 74 THE PALACE PRE3C0TT, ARIZONA .v'lctly on the European plan Roomj by the day. week or mouth. Finra har and club rooma In the Southwest. BROW, SlilTM & BELCHER PROPRIETORS. FORD HOTEL GRILL CHICKEN STEAKS AND CHOPS HOME" MADE PASTRY Anheuser Export Beer on Draught 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 French, Cement Man who also makes Cement Posts. Box 102. Phone Main 263. CHIROPODIST. Paiiiless removal of Corns, ."() cents '-iirh. P.unlons. Moles and Warts, removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe cialty. Men. I-adics and Children treated day or evenings. Opposite Republican office Phono Red 72. FRANK SHIRLEY. Ranchers. Wo want more milk or cream r t Best Prices at Ttie Maricopa Creamery Co, Poena Main 187 ,H"H"M"H"M"H"I "M"i "i"I"i"M-M- i ....! Your isicycle Is your best menu. so get . . i Hearsey Tires ii ;.nd save that 1- ng walk. Sold by Stewart&Templin Phone Red 145. Two Doors South of Postoffice. McKanna 3Day Liquor Cure Co. 33-35 NORTH SECOND AVENUE 1 4.