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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 1903.
9 v fan Pure Teas are healthful-nerve soothing-delicious. FOLGER'S GOLDEN GATE TEAS Ceylon Japan Oolong English BreaKfast Gun powder BlacK U Green are pure. Packed flavor tight in dust-proof car tons to protect their purity and flavor. J. A. Folg'er H Co. . San Francisco Imyarttrt of Port Tm 7j jxfoijfr fTEA CEYLON Stale, the principal supporter of I iyvf rnnr uotte fimilll anu nis policies in an editorial, under the heading. "The Empty Cells and Their I,essons," had iMh to sav: "Every cell door at police headquar ters stood wide open yesterday. For the first time since the establishment of that house of detention there was not a prisoner within Its portals. "The officers in charge could scarce ly realize the new and stranee con- i ditlon, and for a city of a hundred j and twenty-five thousand inhabitants ' it was indeed a remarkable record. It j comes as a climax to the gradual di ' mlnution in the number of arrests, ! which began immediately upon the ' advent of the prohibition regime. I "There can be no possible qualifi- cations to the gratification which the community feels at this state of af fairs and it is earnestly hoped that It Is but the beginning of a long reign of peace and order." Women's Neckwear-: A DAINTY LOT OF SAMPLE NECK WEAR Advance ideas ,of summer styles In either cotton or linen wash able effects. Bows. Turnovers, Jabots, etc.. In pure white as well as colors, far better than the usual 25c sorts. Special Monday, choice QUESTION OF VERAOI FY AS TO PROHIBITION Additional Testimony as to Effect of Prohibition Where it Has Been Tried !n the Republican and other Phoenix papers of late date have appeared ar ticles purporting to prove that Kansas city. Kan., Atlantic; Birmingham, and ail of Maine are going to financial ruin because they have dissolved partner ship with the asloon.. Xow I wish to ' submit some testimony to the con trary and let the public judge as to who has lied: for its plainly a ques t ion of veracity. Here it is: IRREFUTABLE EVIDENCE. With suck overwhelming testimony, it eems strange to us that Los An-g-les. San Francisco. Oakland. Phoe nix, or any other city, in the Union, for that matter, will not at once and forever eliminate the saloons. A re cent editorial in the Kansas City Star bring- out the beneficial results of prohibition in Kansas City so clearly and so strongly that refutation is im possible. The Star says: "The significance of the recent story j published by the brewers in the East as to the ruinous' effect of prohibition in Kansas City. Kas.. is in the fact J that no other city ot io.otti people ever attempted to surrender the reve nues derived from the liquor trade. The most serious blow that could he delivered against the saloon would be an actual demonstration that a city so large as Kansas City, Kas.. could prosMr without this revenue. It may safely be concluded that 'here is the "bug under the chip" so far as the brewers are concerned. "To concede that the revenue from saloons is not absolutely essential tv the material prosperity of the great cities would merely confirm the claim of the prohibitionists that the saloon as an institution is a useless burden upon society. No other plea, has ever iu-en made for tolerating its legal ex igence, ami the brewers are therefore keenly awake to the importance of the issue involved in the law enforce ment Hiliey in Kansas City, Kas. "In directing the attention of the country to this particular city, the li nnor interests, with their usual pro Ixnsity for doing the wrong thing, have perhaps rendered a fine service to the cause of prohibition. For. not withstanding their claims that Kansas City. Kas., has been injured by the loss of the revenue from saloons, the fact remains that the city has prospered to a greater degree than ever before, even in the matter of its finances. Taxes have been reduced: every com mercial interest has profited by the eliminations of the Joints, and the most ardent advocates of the revenue policy have been converted to the wis dom of the prohibition plan. The truth is certain to become a matter of general knowledge throughout the country because of the emphasis placed upon this case by the brewers themselves." In a later editorial the Star says: "Enforcement of prohibition was lit erally forced upon the city by Attorney Ceneral Jackson at a time when pub lie sentiment seemed to be favorable to the saloon policy. In the short time that has elapsed the success of the prohibition plan has been demonstrat ed to such a remarkable degree that public sentiment has been completely reversed. It would he an impossibility to force the saloon and the Joint on that city now. Every business man on the Kansas side is in favor of pro hibition: ' the property-owners are practically united in supMrt of the law. and the citizens generally are de lighted with present conditions. "The success of prohibition is not limited, either, to Kansas City. Kas., in its application to the cities of Kansas. Leavenworth and Wichita were numbered among the wide-open communities where the hostility to the law was strong enough to make state interference necessary. The results have been identical In both cities with the experience of Kansas City, Kas. The chief concern of the people in Kansas City. Kas.. in Leavenworth and in Wichita now is that the brew ers shall not be allowed under any circumstances to regain their old standing. "The policy which the liquor Inter ests are advertising in the Eastern pa pers as "ruinous" to Kansas City has Iveen in operation for 21 months and unfortunately for the brewers has been the most prosiierous period with in the entire history of the city." If Jesus were in Los Angeles would lie defe until the next city election the driving of the money changers from the temple? THANKS THE BREWERS FOR THEIR UNEXPECTED AID. The Kansas City Times In an edi torial March S, declares: "The brewers have really rendered a fine service to the cause of prohi bition in their misrepresentations of Kansas City. Kans. Their attack has developed the fact that the actual benefits resulting from the elimina tion of the saloon and the joint are even more than have been generally credited to the prohibition policy. In the 21 months the city has almost en tirely recovered from the evil effects of as man years of rule by the brewers." -WHY I HATE THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC." (From latest address of Governor J. Frank Hanly. of Indiana.) Personally, I have seen so much of the evils of the lhjuor traffic in the last four years, so much of its econo mic waste, so much of its physical ruin, so much of its mental blight, so much of its tears and heartache, that I have come to regard tlm. business as one that must be held and con trolled by strong and effective laws. I lieaj- no malice toward those en gaged In the business, but I hate tbe traffic. 1 hate its every phase. I hate it for its intolerance. I hate it for its arrogance. I hate it for its hypocrisy. I hate it for Its cant and craft and false pretense. I hate it for its commerciuUsni. I hate it for its greed and avarice. I hate it for its sordid love of gain at any price. I hate It for its domination in poli tics. 1 hate it for its corrupting influence In civic aifairs. I hate it for its incessant effort to debauch the suffrage of the country; i for the cowards it makes of public men. I hate it for 'ts utter disregard of law. I hate it for its ruthloss trampling of the solemn compacts of stale con stitutions. I bate it for the load it straps to labor"s back, for the palsied bands it gives to toil, for its wounds to genius, for the tragedies of Its might-have-beens. I hate it for the human Wrecks it has caused. I hate it for the almshouses it peo ples, for the prisons it fills, tor tbe insanity it begets, for its countless graves in potters' fields. I hate It for the mental ruin it im poses upon its victims, for its spiritual blight, for its moral degnlaiion. I haU- it for the crimes it has com mitted. I hate it for the homes it has destroyed. I hate for the hearts it has broken. I i hate it for the malice it has plant- j ed in the hearts of men for its poison. ! for its bitterness for the dead sea j fruit with which it starves their souls. I I hate it for the grief it causes wo manhood the scalding tears, the hopes deferred, the strangled aspirations, its burden of want and care. I hate it for its heartless cruelty to the aged, the infirm and the helpless, for the shadow it throws upon the lives of children, for its monstrous In justice to blameless little ones. I hate it as virtue hates vice, as truth hates error, as righteousness hates sin, as justice hates wrong, as liberty hates tyranny, as freedom hates oppression. I hate it as Abraham Lincoln halted slavery. I And as he sometimes saw in pro- ! phetic vision the end of slavery and j the coming of the time when the sun j should shine and the rain should fall I upon no slave" in all the republic, so I I sometimes seem to see the end of this unholy traffic, the coming of the i time when, if it does not wholly cease to be, it shall find no safe habitation, anywhere beneath" "Old Glory's" stain less stars. 19c r i. mm a w a M A - w m messsaass Towels 75 DOZEN OF UNBLEACHED I V IttMWII IWf b W?r glM'li llftl j gM r. j m a i : AA-ir soil, uim auxorufiii, actual mast- ..jlio inches, much better than those usual ly rvt ailed at 25c,. for a one day special at. each 5c FOR CHOICE OF ONE LARCE LOT 10c AND 12 1-2c TURNOVER COL LARS, consisting of plain hemstitched and embroidered affairs. Pearl Buttons V 10 GROSS OF WHITE PEARL BUT TONS 2 hole, small and large sizes, slightly imperfect, actually worth 5c Monday per dozen 2c THE SALOON MILL. THE EMPTY CELLS. Not long since the Atlanta J uirnnl. the leading afternoon paper i'i the Grinding, grinding, day by day. Youth and strength must feed the mill; Grinding the Mother's heart away. Grinding though even the soul it kill. Grinding, grinding, day and night. Will the horrid rumble never cease? The murder of innocents never stay Till we m-et our God on Judgment Day? Grinding for dollars, grinding for, lust. Grinding our boys, have them It must: Laughs for our tears, sneers for our groans. ' What does i t care for the widow's moans. Then up! in your might, people of God. Smite with His hammer the impudent fraud; Grind ye the grinders, grind them small. Bury them deeplv, bury them all. ORVILLE COATS. Phoenix. April 25, 1908. I Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules A POSITIVE CURE ELVEV & for inflammation orCatar.h of the Bladder and Diseased KKinejs. No cure no pay. tares quietly aud Perma nently the wont eaes of Gonorrhoea and Gleet, no matter of how Ion if stand- hut. absolutely harmless I Sold b druggists, rnce Jl (in, or by rail, postpa'd. fl (J, 3 tmxes :. THE SfcNTAl-PEPSIII CO- Vi LLiFONTAiNt . UMIU HULETT. Agent. Dress Trimmings ONE LOT OF DRESS TRIMMINGS, consisting of hands, gallons, hrnids and gimps, a splendid selection of useful dress accessories, most all colors, for Monday only at 33 less Embroidered Linens A BEAUTIFUL NEW LINE OF EM BROIDERED LINEN SUITINGS Pink, black, light blue and yellow figures embroidered on light founda tions, marked to retail at lir.c for one day at. yard 49 c Shell Goods ANOTHER BIG LOT OF SIDE COMBS AND BACK COMBS shell or amber, plain or jeweled, sufficient variety for women prepared to pay 25c for same Monday at, choice I5c Linen Sheeting BEST $1.50 QUALITY IRISH LINEN Fully 90 inches wide, largely in de mand for sheets, dress skirts and com plete tailored suits, of choicest linen flax Monday at, yard SI. 29 Out-Size Pants EXTRA LARGE SIZE JERSEY RIB BED UMBRELLA PANTS With lace trimmed bottoms, just what stout women want, well worth S.'ic special .Monday at. pair 25c Jap Silk- WHITE JAP HABUTAI SILK 27 Inches wide, far famed for its superior washing quality, very desirable for shirtwaists and graduation dresses, al ways sold at 50c Monday at. yard 39c Misses' White Hosiery CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' GENU INE 25c QUALITY WHITE RIBBED COTTON HOSE "Kuster Brown Sis ter" styles, spliced heels and toes, ex tra length, sizes 6 1-2 to 9 at the special price of, pair I9c "Anthony" Belts 65c LEATHER AND KID BELTS All sixes in black, navy, tan. blue, green and brown priced Monday at 49c - A Surprise in Toilet Soaps Thonsauds of cakes of Armour's cele brated Toilet Soaps full size cakes iii various odors, such as Cold Cream, Bouquet, Glycerine and Oat Meal, sold in most places, especially in Drug Stores, at 10c per cake here Monda' at 5c Cake Elbow Length Silk Gloves Hundreds of Pairs of 10 Button length Silk Gloves, regular $l..r0 and $1.75 kinds, in black, white and colors, Mon day only at, Pair $1.19 v "Regal" and "Queen Quality" Footwear Excel Men, it's Oxford time. Xo need to tell you THAT, but we want you to know where you can secure the height of Ox ford style, the latest custojn patterns with every feature of modeling that's correct this spring where absolute comfort and a smooth, creaseless fit at ankle and instep is assured. That describes the new Regals and we"ve a stock of them that allows YOIT to select your ict style. Be sure you see them before you purchase ygur footwear. $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 Fastidious Women appreciate the advantage of sty lish, shap-ly. perfect-fitting shoes. .- - That's why Regai and Queen Quality Oxfords are worn so ex tensively by the best-dressed women everywhere. The high quality of materials, expert liand workmanship and custom modeling used guarantee that made-to-order appearance which every woman seeks in her foot wear. And In addition this high grade footwear affords the smoothest and most comfortable . fitting that can be secured. Will you let us show you these handsome shoes? . $2.50 to $4.00 Greater Embroidery Values Monday marks the climax of the Big Store's biggest Embroidery business. Everj'one knows we have much the largest stock in the city to choose from. That's where the trouble hinges. More Embroideries here, than in all other stores combined. And we are not going to wait until July to dispose of the bulk 'of this stock. Right now Monday we start the ball rolling 25 Discount on every yd. of Embroidery in stock Such as Edgings, Insertions, Headings, Bands. Allovers, Flouncings and Demi-Flouncings. . This is tile way, the only way we are going to sell them: f.1-4 Ttinds at - So S 1-3 kinds at 6 'A lnc kinds at 7 1c 12 l-.V kinds at l-2 l.'.e kinds at 'ZC 20 kinds at " 15 ;r,c kinds at 19 3ftc kinds at 22 1"2 Sjc kinds at . . P'c kinds at . . Sue kinds at . fiilc kinds at . . 7Tic kinds at . . Pftc kinds at . $1.0(i kinds at $1.23 kinds at 27 12c 37 1 2c 45c 57 12c 67 1 2c 75c 95c $l.r,0 kinds at S1.15 $1.75 kinds at S1.32 t2.00 kinds at S1.50 -.25 kinds at '.. ...... .v S1.70 $2.r.ft kinds at Sl.SS $.Tii kinds at S2.25 J4.00 kinds at S3.00 I.VOft kinds at S3. 75 Remarkable Read) (oVear Garment Values ONE LOT OF SHORT KIMONOS, made of nice quality lawn in a dainty line of colorings and pat terns, values up to 40c Monday at. choice 25c A MANUFACTURER'S SAM PLE LINE OF HIGH GRADE SHIRT WAISTS Embracing elaborate affairs in net, Jap. silk and a small quantity made of siieerest Paris lawn dozens up on dozens of swell effects from which to make your selections, values ranging from $3.00 to $8.50 all yours Monday at h off WHITE WASHABLE SKIRTS MADE OF INDIAN HEAD AND INDIA LINON Quite a good sized assortment from which to choose, various styles, formerly sold at $2.23 and $2.73--now, ohoice S1.69 LOTS OF NEW PERCALE WRAP PERS So many different colors and patterns, mostly dark, neatly made and well worth the regular price of $ 1.25 Monday only 99 A RACK FULL OF WASH SUITS Odds and ends of for mer $11 and $12.30 fast sellers some of linen, some , of Indian Head and others made of Pop Jlnette. There are quite a few in white, pink, blue and laven der. Styles are coat and those jaunty bolero effects. The trim, tilings are wide folds, strap seams and lace insertion. Mon day, choice - $7.77 ALL OUR WOMEN'S CLOTH SUITS Including every desirable spring 1908 model, every color you may desire Monday at OTP 25c MONDAY For Finest 40c Silk Tissues Ideal Summer Fabrics in a superb line of light and medium shades, such as champagne, nile, lavender, corn, pink, light blue, cream, navy, reseda, cardinal and white. Sh eer. airy dress materials suitable for street and ev ening wear. 35c MONDAY For Men's 50c Balbriggan Underwear There a;e NOT odds and ends, but a complete new spring assort ment. Shirts with French neck and long sleeves, d rawers have reinforced double gusset. The reductions are so sharp that you can well af ford to doff your -winter undenvoar fur lighter weight garments. I9c rOR FINEST FRENCH NAINSOOK. 40 INCHES WIDE and difficult to matih even at 25c. A sheer fabric : uilable f..r cool undergarment's. Handkerchiefs 35 DOZ. OF WOMEN'S WHITE HEM STITCHED LINEN HANDKER CHIEF 1-4 and 1-2 inch hems, war ranted strictly pure linen, generally sold at 20c Monday at, each Women's Hosiery SEAMLESS BLACK COTTON STOCKINGS, fast dye, the kind you always pay 15c for, for Monday at pair 10c Boys' Hosiery "TOM -A-HAWK" STOCKINGS FOR GOOD BOYS, BAD BOYS AND TOM BOYS Extra stout, wear-resisting kinds, perfectly seamless, sizes 6 to 91.-!, well worth 20c any size Monday at. pair Undermuslifls WOMEN'S 3-PIECE UNDERWEAR Corset Cover. Drawers and Petticoat all in one. made of Cambric and French Xainsook. and neatly trimmed in lace, all the rage amongst fashion able women Monday at K off Women's Vesls SLEEVELESS COTTON . VESTS Jersey ribbed, low neck, trimmed in wash lace, taped neck and armholes, in regular and extra large sizes, well worth 13c Monday only, each I Oc 4c Laces THOUSANDS OF YARDS OF TOR CHON, FRENCH VALENCIENNES AND NORMANDY LACES Edgings and insertions in every dsirable width hundreds of wanted patterns to se lect from, values up to 12 l-2c for Monday at, yard 4c Embroidered Batiste A NEW SHIPMENT OF SHORT LENGTHS OF JAP. EMBROIDERED BATISTE White grounds with dainty floral designs, 10 to 20 yard lengths, considered good values at 33c for Monday ?t, vard Merc, Poplinettes HUNDREDS OF YARDS OF SILK FIN. POPLINETTES In cream, navy, cardinal, champagne, lemon, grey, sky blue, white, pink and rose, all plain wash materials. We can highly rec ommend them for summer dresses and waists, well worth 33c for one day only, yard 19c Glass Toweling REGULAR 12 1-2c QUALITY GLASS TOWELING In red and blue checks of various dimensions, 18 inches wide Mondav at. rard 10c