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THE AUIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY "3IORXIXG,- MAY 1,1908.
g)AILY ASHIOM ALKS i FASHIONABLE BLUE. LUE it exceeding isshion- able this season in all iu colors bat esoeeiallv so in the lovelf porcelain and Copenhagen shades which arc deUghttullr cool in eilect and altogether charming, here i a yoang girl'i dress that is made of pongee in the porcelain shade trimmed with silk banding and soutache and whlcn is rraoe with the yoke and sleeves ot all over lace, so giving a guimre eilect. , The blouse, however, is all in one. the serves being joined to it beneath the tuiks at the should-rs. Jt :s dosed in- ' visibly at the baric and it alto gether charming ard attractive, The skirt is simple plaited one that suits young girls peculiarly well. It is nine g .red but the seams are all concealed by the plaits. Pongee in all its calcr.' linen, which will be so much worn this season, and. indeed, almost all materials that are used for girls' drei'es are ap propriate, ior it can be made much simpler if the sleeves are 01 the material and the skirt it lelt plafn and so become adapted to morning wear, or -t cad oe mace still more dainty It tbc tabric be a thinner, lighter one. For a girl of sixteen years of age w id be required, tor the biou; e 2 yardsof material 27. I yaros 4 inches wide with t aros 18 inches wide tor the yoke and sleeves. 4,'i yards ot ba-;dinf and soutacne according to desigu used; ior the sitrt '.'; yards', . 4 V yards 44 tor pongee or other material without figure or oap but it it must be cut one way, 9,V yards 27, yards 44 inches wide will be needed wi.h 9 yzxde of banding, louta.he a craijj to design. A May Mai.ton pattern o the bloute, No. 698?, orol the skirt. No. 5761, sites 14 and It years, v. ill be mailed to any aidrrss by the Fashion De partment of this paper on receipt ot ten cents lor eacn. (If in haste tend an additions two cent stamp for letter postage whic.i insures more prompt delivfrv- FILL OUT THIS BLANK. 190.. ARIZOXA REPUBLICAN, fhoenix, Arizona. ( Please order for me, 10 cents herewith to cover your charges: J.ittern N'o Size.! f ', Name i Address 'NOTE: These Patterns are ordered for you from Chicago and require about 10 days to get them to you. I their'owtt fre wtil.' "That1 was ' th method of Father Mathew, the method by which he won the grandest success which .the temperance cause has yet gained." The Rev. Tamford Nightin gale. Francis Murphy Temperance Worker. "We are apt to get dictatorial when we sav people. It Isn't right. It Is well to be humble. I know of nothing that can save you but mercy. Just re memher tlint, and remember that I am not finding fault with any other meth od of nuving men. but officers can not roach the . appetite. The legislature can not control a man's appetite. While it la well to undertake to do certain things , by actB of legislature, there are things that the legislature can not do, and it's no use to try. The law does not save a man. If Moses could have saved by law he would have been the Christ, and there would have been no need for another Saviour. Now. remember that Christ never went after a man with the city marshal, but with the grace of God. You must have the grace of (iod and the love of your kind in your hearts. I am not a pro hibitionist, a local-optlonist. or a high license man. I do not meddle in poli tics, but simply believe In saving men by love." Total Abstinence News (Temperance). "We ran pass prohibition laws if the majority of voters decide in their fav or, but but we cannot enforce them against the sentiment of the people who will regard them as unjust and tyrannical. That Is the history of aU sumptuary laws, and prohibition is no exception. "Pass prohibition and the total ab stinence cause will be damaged. In stead of having the liquor traffic reg ulated by the excellent license law we have now a law which Is supported by public sentiment we will have free liquor sold In innumerable places with, out a license." Orthodox Journal (Religious). 'Prohibition .is a grievous mistake In moral philosophy, an act of despot Ism in civil government, apd an open declaration of Infidelity in the truth and wisdom of the liible. 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 Tribune (Rep.). "There Is more liberty, more freedom from espionage In Moscow or St Petr ersburg during a Nihilist panic than in the cities and villages of Iowa un der the prohibition regime. Domicil iary visits, legalized house-breaking, Intrusion Into the family sanctuary and the Infliction of Insults and out rages such as even the Austrlans In Italy never dared to venture upon have been the outcome of the statutes intended to Suppress the drink evil." FIXING DELEGATES FOR EASY RIDES Influences at Work to Give Republi cans and Democrats Alike, a Mighty Good Time, if They Travel Santa Fe. FREE OPTION WIPED OUT If Prohibitory Law Should Be Enacted What Men Who Speak and ; Write Believe of Forced Virtue. s Rev. Or. Frierson. To the question, "Have ministers of the gospel and their churches any right to advocate prohibition?" the Rr-v. Ir. D. F. Frierson says, in thi; f'lristian Observer: '"When he (the minister) preaches prohibition he for sakes his legitimate weapons and ruins his own cause. He destroys that per fectly free option to which he must make his appeal. He puts himself and bis ministry in the absurd position of appealing to the moral nature at the moment that he Is advocating compul sion. Why should he persuade if he can Eet a law to compel?" Rev.- Philips Brooks. "Law without obedience is but a dead letter." New York Graphic. "Uws that seek to prevent men from indulging appetites and passions, the evil effects of which will always be disputed and which, at the worst, injure society but indirectly, are al most always futile. The spirit of con tradiction in men survives their child hood. When told that they must not do a thing which they see. personally, no good reason for not doing, they at once pr'iceed to do it a good deal oft,--ner than they otherwise would. Maine and Kansas have the same story to tll. and their experiences nil agree. Prohibition does not prohibit but high license effectually restrains." Bishop Whittaker. "In ISM the American Church Tem pArance Society was established. Its lrxid and scriptural basis was laid down as a' union on perfectly equal terms between those who totally ab stain from intoxicating liquors as bev erages. The true meaning of the word temptrance has become dwarfed and narrowed from Christian self-control to that of total abstinence from Intox icating liquors. AVe laid down and, amid some obloquy, have asserted the inherent right of every man to.tem-l-rat"Iy use or totally abstain from uch drinks." How It Worked in Maine. Montreal Witness. "A Montrealer was heard relating the- following experience to some of bis frier!.". He was delayed in a town ship in Maine. During the evening he met a friend, who asked him to come jinrt have a drink, and together they entered a sort of broker's office, open ing a glass door, and finding them selves In a comfortable room, evidently a library, as large vclumes were rang ed In library form around the room. His friend ask'd him what he would take. 'Brandy,' replied the Montrealer. At this a respect.ible, bald-headed old man, dressed in mourning, rose from his chair and pressed bis thumb on the back f.f a volume of Milton's 'Paradise Lost.' when the back of the book flew back, and revealed four bottles of brandy. 'See the trick.' said the frl.-nd. You would not take this re spectable old gentleman, with his green spectacles snd generally rever end appearance, to be a rum hustler, hut he is. and this is his shop.' The visitor retired with a distinct sense of the power of any law which could make liquor drinking such a compli cated affair." The Pan-Anglican Conference. "Highly valuable as we believe total abstinence to be as a means to an end, we desire to discountenance the lan guage which condemns the use of wine as wrong in itself, independently of its effects on ourselves or on othersr and we have expressed our disapproval of a reported practice of substituting some other liquid in the celebration of Holv Communion." Rt. Rev. J. L. Spaulding, Bishop of Peoria. i "There is a law of human nature that excessive pressure brought to bear on any special form of moral evil results in other evils; and now, when various Influences are diminishing In temperance in America, there seems to be no sufficient reason for calling up on the state to prohibit the manufac ture and sale of alcoholic liquors. The less we bring the government into our private, petsonal and domestic affairs, the freer and happier we shall be." Christian Register (Religious). "We concede that the use of alco holic beverages works evil. We also favor with him total abstinence as a safeguard of temperance. We likewise hold that society may righteously for bid any custom which proves to be a social evil. Nevertheless, firmly as we Insist on these facts and principles, they do not amount to a final or suf ficient argument for prohibition. "Experience has shown that laws do not execute themselves. In the battle with intemperance It Is not worth while to establish paper blockades. Nor have we any right to leave results wholly with God when results are very clearly in our own hands. If a tem perance man believes that prohibition means 'free rum,' we should say that Is a good reason why he should vote against it." And Never Will. "Prohibition never has and never will prohibit." The Rev. H. Freeman Alien. The Worst Rum Holes. 'The worst ruin holes are men's mouths. So long as these holes are open to receiv 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 The local offices of the Santa Fe I rauroau nave ueen apprised mai me company is going to take a hand In i the respective conventions of the democratic and republican parties this year, to be held In Denver and Chicago, that will make everybody who travels, nominate it for first place on the tick et as the official convention route. It has issued two folders in which there Is a lavish display of red and black and brown ink, and all kinds of pictures. That no impartiality might be shown one of these folders Is devoted to the democratic convention exclusively and the other to the republican convention. The company lias assumed the atti tude that it don't care if the world knows that It is going to try and grab both conventions and If It can have Its way every delegate to both of them will "travel Santa Fe." The Chicago folder is ornamented on the outside, beside the rinting, with the picture of the C O. P. elephant at the top and below it appear the pic tures of Taft. Fairbanks. Cannon. La Follette, Shaw, Knox, Hughes and a black horse, all of whom It may be supposed the Santa Fe would like to see nominated. Inside the fold er there is a modern map of Chicago on which are indicated the railroad stations, hotels and other points of in terest. There is much text matter also indicating a few of the attractions Chicago has for the political or other tourist, and impressing the fact of the city's fame as a summer resort. Most everything else resorts there too that a live human could take an interest In. There is also a lot of tabular In formation about electoral voles, etc., so delegates may post up en route. Concerning rates the folder speakes as follows regarding this section: "From points, west of Albuquerque on June 9, 10 and 11 there will be a rate slightly higher thaa one fare for the round tri:, with final return limit of ninety days from sale, and ample stop over privileges. In the democratic convention it Is evident from its democratic folder, tluit the Santa Fe proposes to support W. J. Bryan whose picture slehts up promiently, and two other fellows who are carrying a transparency on which is printed a big question mark. All this Is over a picture of Denver, done in red paint and sky rockets. The back cover carries a ma: of Colorado and the other immaterial part of the United States which lays outside of it. Inside the folder are many pictures of fine hotels and other big houses just like Phoenir Is eoing to have some day. Including the big auditori um where the convention will be held. There are numerous pictures of Colo rado scenery also, that are to nay the least fascinating. Then there is some more political "dope," some train schedules and hotel rates. Information about how to secure private cars and and a lot of things the delegate and his friends ought to know. The rates given are mainly from the effete east but if there is anything the reader wants to know that he can't find in one or the other of these folders. Gen eral Agent Goldsworthy or City Tick et Agent Garver can tell him. if It has any bearing on the nuestion of con vention transportation. The official announcement Is made that Pike's , Peak is still In rlace and all the other , things that made Colorado famous are still on exhibition and available to the tourist who has any money left at alf. IMPORTANT TO ALL WOMEN READERS OF THIS PAPER. Womenare as subject-, to kidney trouble as men, which fact Is often ov erlooked. Many woman's complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or Madder disease. If the kidneys are not-In a healthy condition, they will cause the other or gans tobecome diseased. Toil may suffer, a great deal with pain in the back, bearing-down feel ings, headache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes you nervous. Irri table and may be despondent; it makes anv one so. But thousands of Irritable, nervous, tired and broken-down women have restored their health and strength by the use of Swamp-Root, the great Kid ney. Liver and Bladder Remedy. Swamp-Root brings new life and ac tivity to the kidneys , the cause of such troubles. Many send for n sample bottle to see what Swamp-Root, the great Kid ney, Liver and Bladder Remedy, will do for them. Every reader of this paper, who has not already tried It, may address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blhg hamton, N. Y., and receive sample bot tle free by mall. Gall and Look1 These Bar gains Over V ft A Other Bargains Today THE INCORPORATION OF A BRIDGE COMPANY Dwight B. Heard States the Progress Toward a Salt River Bridge A Joint Meeting With Tempe Probable. The plans for a bridge connecting the north and me soutn sides of the river located at the foot of Center street, are developing very satisfac torily. The persons particularly inter ested in the bridge at this point are Vie property owners south of the river and the people of the city of Phoenix, both of whom would undoubtedly be materially benefited by such a bridge. Several meetings of the property owners south of Phoenix have been held to consider the best means of raising a fund to - be prepared to as sist the county in constructing a bridge at this point Tuesday a very largely attended meeting was held at the office of Dwight B. Heard at which plans for the organization of a com pany to be known as the Phoenix and South Side Bridge company, were for mulated. The principal object of this com pany is to raise funds to assist the county in building this bridge and the movement has the unanimous support ofthe owners of about 24,000 acres south of Phoenix whose numbers are steadily being augmented by others who believe In the desirability of a bridge at this point. The articles of incorporation have been prepared by Judge Thomas Arm strong and Judge Edward Wells "of Prescott, the latter being one of those particularly interested in the move ment, owing to his large holdings of lahd on. the south side. The com mittee in charge of the work has al ready had a complete survey and cross section made of the river south of Phoenix, showing that the construction of a bridge is exceedingly feasible, and Is now having a careful estimate worked out by the engineers. Owing to the enterprise shown by the people on the south side of the river in favor of making this cash sub scription th cost to the county of the project will be brought down to a very low figure. Dwight B. Heard, who has been particularly interested in this matter," was seen yesterday by a Re publican reporter at his office and he stated that "the more the project of a bridge across the Salt river was con sidered the more desirable to the in terested parties seemed the crossing at South Center street. This would connect directly with the Center street boulevard and would offer visitors to the valley a good crossing of the river which would avoid the long and shade, less stretch of desert ride by the pres ent route to Tempe, as with the ex ception of the half mile In the actual crossing of the rough lands near the river, the entire Journey to Mesa pass ing through Tempe. would be along a road already finely Improved and well graded, shaded the larger portion of the way by well developed shade trees and bordered on each side of the road by an exceedingly prosperous agricul tural section. "I thing that as our friends from Tempe." said Mr. Heard, "consider this mutter more carefully they will be In clined to support the Center street crossing rather than that at Tempe. and later on it is proposed to have a meeting with the Tempe people so that if possible their support for the Center street bridge may be secured." Mr. Heard further stated that an other meeting of those interested In the Incorporation of the Phoenix and South Side Bridge company would be held in his office at 10 o'clock Tues day morning, May 5th, at which the articles' of incorporation of the pro posed bridge association and other matters of interest will be presented. Two types of bridge have been con sidered; one a steel structure built on cement caissons, similar to the one crossing the Gila river, and another built of concrete steel spans. Both bridges proposed would be sixteen feet In width, sufficient to allow easily the passage of an electric car and a loaded wagon at the same time. $1.00 Pair $1.00 Pair WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS LADIES' WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS IN THE GIBSON AND OTHERS, PLAIN OR BASKET WEAVE, TURN SOLES IN MEDIUM HEELS, RIB BON LACE. NOT A PAIR IN THIS LOT WORTH LESS THAN $Z00 A PAIR. 'WE WILL OFFER THEM AT HALF THEIR VALUE. CHOICE OF ANY $1.00 Pair Come Early Before Your Size is Gone SHORT SILK GLOVES PURE SILK GLOVES, Short length.double tipped fing.-rs. very strong, will give fine service. These Gloves al ways sell at 63c and 7c a pair. As a special offer all slaes while they last 35c Pair i i i ! Ladies', Misses' and Children's Sun Bonnets LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN'S SUN BON NETS in pretty styles. Our assortment is great. You should not be disappointed on not finding your choice. We have them In white, as well as colors, plain or checks. There are some at Ijc and upwards. Linen Buggy Robes SAVE FROM 1-3 TO 1-2 ON YOUR LINEN BUGGY ROBES. A magnificent assortment of linen hem stitched, fancy fringed, plain or fancy patterns; just the kind for the summer. Tou should not be with out one at such a saving price. A guaranteed sav ing of 50 Xavajo blankets, baskets, drawn work, ostrich plumes and art leather novelties being sacrificed at the auc tion held every day at Old Mission Curio. i " Get Fixed for Hot Weather We carry a great variety ot TOILET SOAPS, BATH SOAPS, BATH SPONGES. In fact everything necessary to fit up your Toilet and Bath Room at prices to suit your purse. Ford Hotel Pharmacy t t t t The Valley Pride Creamery now has Mr. E. M. Walters, an expert, at the head of their pasteur izing department, and are putting out a very high grade of Pasteurized Milk and Cream. Call up Main 233 and your orders will be promptly filled. t t l-H-W-W-H"!-1 I II1 tW'l It 1 1 1 I'M" T ? T T T ? Ti F l..t. Headquarters for low prices. Next door to Ford Hotel. 138 West Washington St- ! Our Free Daily Market Letter mailed every night after the close. Is the only way for out-of-town traders j to keep posted. Write for it. Also our book. "How to Buy and Sell Mining ! Stocks." Only Mining Brokers in Los Angeles operating private wire to San Francisco and New York. ! Los Angeles Stock Brokerage Co. j Citizens' Nat'l Bank Bldq. Los Angeles, Cal. H-M-M-i ! i 1 1 i I i i i -1-t-l- FOR SALE T Herd of cattle, ranch, saddle . T horses, complete cow outfit. 4- Good range. f Address, T CANNON & GAGE, 4- Congress, Arizona. 'i 'i"t"i"8"i"t"i"t"i"i"i"i"i"t' i"i"i"i"i"i"i"i"' vSWEET POTATOES io.ooo OF THEM PHOENIX FLOWER STORE 116 E. ADAMS STREET Special Offering For this week we offer exclusive de signs of the "New Merry Widow", "Monte Carlo" and Julia Marlowe Trimmed Hats and others. $10.00 Hats at S5.00 $12.50 Hats at $6.50 $15.00 Hats at $8.50 Lichtensteins' ARTISTIC MILLINERS. 521 K. Van Buren. bet. 5th & 6th. Sts. I Phone Black 1984. McKanna 3Day Liquor Care Co. 33-35 NORTH SECOND AVENUE FOR Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing ' Call up iihone Black 381. Phoenix Tailoring Co., 42 No. Center St. J. THOMAS 4 H. L. SANDERSON, . . Proprietors. Tis the treasure of all the Desert At Donofrio's store. It is Crystallized Cactus Candy That makes you sing for more. The HOFFMAN Everthlng First CI as a Famous Tony Faust Beer on Draught JACK GIBSON, Proprietor. CALYPSO. The Imported French Percheron Black j Stallion will make the season of 1S8 j 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. Everything New and Up-to-date Can and. see as; our work la first class and our price low. Give us a trial and wo will please you both with our work and prices. Johnson & Remsbatlom Practical Plumbers, 22 N. Sec ond Street. Phone Black 64L Repair work promptly taken care of.