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THE ARIZONA UErUBLICAlN TUESDAY MOItMXCi, AUG. 1908.
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Sixth & Spring Sts. they saw fit even If It were In viola- I tion.of some rule"; and you say that! you found that they had adopted "Ari- j zopan." - You 'should then, it seems to me,' have found some compelling rule to authorize 'he change by substituting "Arhsoniart" for the accepted form of "Ariaonan.". ' I It appeals to me with little force' that in some other states the form i "Arteonian- was used the right to de- ! tcrmine that question was and Is with ' the "Arizonans" themselves. i Rut the rule that you have deduced ' fails you, for you have improperly ap- ' plied It. You have attempted first to 1 deduce a rule, of which there are many ' instances as applied to the formation ' of the principal noun and then attempt ' to make it applicable to the formation ' of the ad.'ectival noun. j Space and time are too limited to' elaborate this but I will take your own j illustrations. j It is a general rule that the suffix, used to form the derivative, adjectival I noun from proper mmes, shall be eith- er taken from the same language di-i rectly, or assimilated by analogy to the same language, as that in which the noun is formed or to which It bears analogy. The precise formation of course of ten yields to euphonious notions. Wei find that "la" Is peculiarly an English- j Latin termination of names of countries ' and states and so we have fleorela. Virginia. Asia, Pennsylvania. Caliior- I nia, etc., etc., the terminations of all j of w hich are purely Latin, as distin-1 guished from pure englh-h terminations! of other forms. Now it does happen that many of these forms ending in ia preceded by a liquid consonant but ; you will observe I am speaking of the: formation of the original noun and j not d. rived adjectival noun. I The transition from "ia" of the prin- I ciial noun to the "Ian" of the adjecti- i val noun is obviously so easy and na- ' tural that the words you cite are ac- ! counted for not under the rule that : you seek, but because of the English Iatin termination "la" of the principal notin. I do not suppose, that yot! would sug gest that because the noun Chiliu ends in ina or ra (as Indiana or Carolina) that the adjectival noun should be "Cblnian." as the application of your rule would make it. Or that Japan would find its adjectival form in Jap anian as your rule would require. I would say that they are not "Chlnlan" and "J.ipanian" because the original or pr(nci;al noun is not latinized in form. We, Instead of Chinian, Japanian, Rerlinian, etc., etc., say, wholly dis regarding the rule deduced by you, Japanese, Chinese, Rcrlineso, etc., etc. And Vienna becomes Viennese, not withstanding its termination "na." The suffix here I believe is nn olrl P"rertrh form nnd if supjiose we have this ending to these adjectival nouns because they came Big Reductions, E xtraordlnary Values Today Our Always the Lowest v ir cf We Always - Save You Money Washable Batistes WASIIARLE BATISTES, of neat printed figures, oh designs, light and dark grounds, nice quality; generally sell at and 15c yard. Special today tho. yard., at ....... -8 . l-3 ' Novelty Ginghams ' ONE LOT OF NOVELTY GINGHAM in checks, stripes and novelty effects. Newest designs and patterns, up-to-date, suitable for early fail and school dresses. This ging ham is sidd at ;!5c yard. You can buy It today at 18 '! 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Running hot and told water. Every modern convenience. LADIES Vf: it Ma'-Donald's College of Beauty Culture, 201 Mercantile Place, corner Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. Hair Dressing," Manicuring, and Facial Massage 15 cts. each. All branches taught. Hair manufacturing our specialty. Additional Reasons By Governor Kib bey For THat Derivative Form. :To the Editor of The Republican: Sir I may be pardoned, I presume, for addressing you on the subject of the formation of the adjectival noun : derivable from Arizona. As you say 1 1 have preferred "Arizonan" to "Ari zonian," and if I had no other reason Jthan that the use of the form "Ari izonian" the noun itself, the name of , our territory and soon I trust the name j of our state, too cosily degenerates i:i i to "Arizonla" or "Arizony." I You state that on your arrivel in j the territory you found that all news I papers in the territory used the form "Arizonan" the form that I have en deavored to slioiv to be preferable. This fact alone, it seems to me. should have proved conclusive that "Arizo nan" is the form to lo used. I submit that you had as much right to insist that Ui!a shoold eilhvr be spelled "Hcelah" to conform to its pronunciation, or be pronounced "Gil ly" (short i sound) to conform to its orthography, as to change "Arizonan" as you found it into "Arizonian." The p'.-irJe of Arizona had a right to form the adjectival noun derivable from the name of their own territory. There vas ::o more warrant for the change from "Arizonan" to "Arizonian" than Dooley has for changing "Cuban" to "Cubian" but Dooley has the ad vantage over you, I submit, on the score of consistency, for be changes "Cuba" into "Cubia" just as the ten dency would bo to change "Arizona" into "Arizonia" if "Arizonian" is to be accepted as the proper form of 4he ad jectival noun derived from it; and that I think is j"st what all "Anzonans"' would object to. 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I!ut I might multiply Instances to show that "ian" Is pot iiddcd because of the final li quid consonant terminal of the origi nal noun, but that It is very often, oft en enough to give it the effect of a rule, added to nouns that have the latinized termination "iji" of which I might cite hundreds of instances. " " Tou have cited three instances of the original noun ending in na to es tablish your rule of. that ian is to be added to the original to form the ad jectival. Kvery one of your instances is an exception to the rule that the latinized terminal of the noun of states and places terminates in "ia" but proves my statement that "ian" is used to form the adjectival noun when the original has been latinized. Take Indiana. The original root is Ind, the Anglicized Latin form is India; the derivative adjectival jioun is In dian, following the rule as t have stat ed it. With a latinized original and derivative we have formed still anoth er name by adding a fmal a', making the name applied to that state, Ind iana having first a Latin terminated original to which two latinized suffix es aro added. As I have said it is the habit to add "ian" to the noun that has the english-latinized form and hence you have Indianian not because it has a liouid final consonant. So with Carolina that is purely a latinized enTiish form, and takes the latinized suffix "ian" for that reason, and not because it has the final liquid consonant, as you suggest. And so with Louisianian. These three cases you cite to prove that the noun ending in a liquid con sonant takes the suffix In the form "ian" they prove only that they being latinized, take the latinized form of suffix, which as I have shown is "ian." Alabama is the only instancce that you -cite that cannot be accounted for under the rule that I have suggested that ian is simply a latinized suffix applied without regard to the liquid consonant. I don't attempt to account for Ala bitmiau except on the score that the Alabamiuns thought that form more euphonious, or for any other reason preferred it. As I say you have cited but one in stance In which the "ian" is added to ia proper name mat enus in u uqum consonant followed by a or e. As against that one instance I will cite you several to the contrary. Guata nmln has Guatamaian for its adjec tival noun nothwithstanding your rule or final liquid consonant. So with Venezuelan; Panama, which comes Panaman; Montana, which becomes Montanan, Chile, which you cite fol lows my rule of adding simply "an" becoming Chilean. :Again we find Florida becames Flo ridian, certainly not in accordance with the rule that you suggest of the. final liquid consonant, but regardless of it, but nevertheless in accordance with nry suggestion as to the latinixed form of-tho orisinal noun. So Canada be comes Canadian, in accordance with that rule I am not advised, but cer tainly disregarding your rule of the final liquid consonant. Uut I might multiply indefinitely. If instead of Arizona the name of our territory had had the latinized ter minal of "ia" and become Arizonia, then Arizonian would have followed. And-if your rule is correct it ought to have been Arizonia, as it is Calif ornia, Georgia, Virginia. Bulgaria, etc., etc., but it is not, and hence is not under youf rule, If it be a rule. It is Arizona. Sri, I think It Is established that "Arteonan" is the correct form and not "Arizonian" for at least five rea sops: (1) Because Arizonans had so de termined, as they had the right to do. (2) . Because the latinized form Ari- WOMEN'S GAUZE RIBBED VESTS. WOMEN'S 23c QUALITY GAUZE r.iriP.ED VESTS, sleeveless, low heck, a very good vest for the money. We lought this lot rea sonable. Today special at U EACH WOMEN'S 'NIGHT GOWNS WOMEN'S NIGHT GOWNS of good muslin, tucked yokes, good length. You would con sider it reasonable at GTiC. We will for to day sell them extra special, at 39 EACH WOMEN'S CORSET COVERS. ANOTIIE LOT WOMEN'S CORSET COV ERS made nice nainsook or muslin, neatly and well made, trimmed with lace anil em broidery at neck or armholes. The regular 4e and 50c value. Special today 29d EACH . . r a 1 i.i iomiwimiiiiih mm mm m I TTTTTTTTrrm rfftTTTlTTrf f I ; m zonia V expressly avoided. (J). ISecause the form Arizonan preserves the word Arizona from de lreneratinsr into Arizonia or Arizony nj it v mill ilo if the ad iectival noun were ! made Arizonian. I (4). ISecause Arizonan is more con- G. G. Engelhardt PersonaJ Mention sonant with the English rule of adding ;imply "an" or "n" to names not lat inized by the terminal "ia" in the ori g'lial noun. 1 5). The burden Is upon you t) juctify the change of the form Arizoi::iri as you found it; and you must show s.ime rule that comxds the charge. Vhe rule of the final liquid conso nant 1 as bui one instance died by you ihal of Alabama, and I sibm t that even that instance is not vorthy rf being myde a precedent even for the take t.t eunhony. Very truly, JOS. II. KIBREY J. A. 11. Uracil of ( of Congress and racle were among Moore & McLellsn Undertakers and Embalmora. Lady Assistant. It West Adams Brat. Telephone Main 111. SOUTH METHODISTS' CAMP MEETING those registered at the Commercial i yesterday. I The following were guests at the ! Hotel Adams yesterday: Otto Kaiser, Lis Angeles: W. I. Powers, Flagstaff; ; John li. Selvidge and wife. Los An- i gelcs; II. A. Uenctt, ISoston. : i At tiie Ford hotel yesterday were: C. O. Kucker, St. Joseph. Mo.; Jos. Goss, Chicago; It. G. Caldwell, Los Angeles: A. Curtis. Los Angeles; Sam ; Done, lioosevelt; W. li. Robertson. ENGLISH IVY AND ROSES In Pots at the GREEN HOUSE Chas Burroughs RANCHERS If yon want to save time and water and money, have your ditches lined with CEMENT or HYDRAULIC LIME. For par ticulars apply to frenctiy, tiie Cement Man who also Box 192. makes Cement Ports. Phone Main 249. WtWIfW 1 -H-4-HH-M"M"frI H'i I I I I 1 III! 1 t 'H' Hf 1 " - Q Big Gathering Begins Wednesday NirpSt, Rev. C. M. Cagle to Preach Morning and Evening. The camp meeting of the Southern Methodists will begin with preaching next Wednesday evening at the camp ground in the P.rill addition. The next day will be given to the meeting of the pastors from all parts of Arizona and the reports of their work. The order for the day will be approximately ac cording to the following: PROGRAM FIRST DAY. 10:00 a. m. Hymn, "Jesus Shall Reign Where 'ere the Sun"; hymn. "Awake My Soul to Joyful Lays"; Bible lesson, II Timothy, 4lh chapter; prayer. Thanksgiving: consecration; hymn, "Must Jesus Pear the Cro:;s Alone?" ReiMirts Bethel, K. Taylor Bates; Phoenix, R. C. Douglas; Cart wright, I'. D. Gardner; Camp Verde and llumholt, E. II. Lovejoy; Wcndcn dale and Parker, J. D. liuie Norales, Joseph Thacker; Tetnpe, S. M. Cheek; Clifton, Robt. O. Law-ton; Solomons ville, R. W. Johnson; Prescott, R. II. Fields. 3:00 p. in. Devotional, J. D. Buie; "The Preacher and His Bible." E. Tay lor Bates; "The Church as an Organ ization to Propogate "Itself," R. C. Douglas; "The Importance of Sunday School," S. M. Cheek; "The Value of the Church to the Community," L. J. Hedgpeth. 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