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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1908. i
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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
Published Every Day in the Year By
THE
ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY.
GEO. W. TICKERS. Pre, and Gen. Mgr.
Exclusive Morning Associated Pre
Dispatches.
Publication officer Comer Second
and Adams strets. Telephone Main 47.
Entered at the postoffice at Phoenix.
Arizona, aa mall matter of the second
class.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
By mail, dally, one year 4 M
Weekly, one year ..... lot
Cash In advance.
BT CARRIER.
Dally, per month... .TI eta.
The Arizona Republican Is en sale at
all of Amos' street news stand wagons
In Los Angeles, Baa Diego and Long
Beach.
For President, . t
WILLIAM H. TAFT.
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For Vice-President
JAMES S. SHERMAN.
For Delegate to Congress
RALPH. H. CAMERON
PHOENIX, ARIZONA, SEPT. 18, 190S.
YES OR NO?
As to the amiability of the Hon.
Marcus A. Smith, Arizonians are all
aTerd. Many, if not most of his
ffllnw citizens, would be pleased to
see him installed for life in such
congenial surroundings as he has en
joyed for the last twenty years, but
at the same time they have some
thing else to consider just now the
welfare of Arizona and of them
selves. We believe now that a ma
jority of the voters of the territory
are convinced that they can not serve
themeslves by serving Mr. Smith any
longer.
There has been a biennial dispute
for years as to whether Mr. Smith
has been an efficient representative
at Washington. That is immaterial
and irrelevant now. Mr. Smith may
have accomplished as much as it
would have been possible for any
democrat to accomplish against ad
verse influences but there is noth
ing in the present situation to in
duce the belief that he can accom
plish any more in the immediate
future than in the past. And we
want something done in the imme
diat future. There is a greater
probability that it may be done than
there ever was before. We want
statehood.
In all Arizona, there Is not an
intelligent friend of Mr. Smith who
will undertake to tell an intelligent
citizen that Mr. Smith can possibly
contribute an iota to that desired
end. Mr. Smith himself knows that
his election this fall could only serve
as a brake on our progress toward
admission. He knows that if he
should be elected all hope of state
hood at the short session would van
ish with the announcement of the
vote on the night of November 3;
that the weight of his triumph
would crush the hopes of Arizonians
for at least a year, and, perhaps for
a full congressional term.
No situation was ever plainer than
this one; no contingency could be more
of a fulfilled certainty. This is
matter which affects republicans no
more than it does democrats; for
once at least the interests of the
members of both parties are iden
tical and we believe that a majority
of the voters realize it now and that
still more of them will realize it
before election day.
A vote for Cameron is not a vote
for republican principles, for as we
have frequently asserted, no party
principles are involved in this con
test. Nor could they be involved.
The voters of Arizona have one plain
issue before them and only one. It
is immediate statehood. A vote for
Smith is "No." A vote for Cameron
is "Yes." The matter would not be
plainer if the ballots were so printed.
SOME FOLKS WOULD CALL IT A
BOOM.
It has often been comfortably ob
served that we of the Salt River val
ley would not have known anything
about the panic if people had not
tome in from the outside and told
us of its existence. All we know
of the consequent depression we have
learned from outsiders, returning
tourists and the newspapers,
We are minded of this again by
statements of merchants and others
regarding local conditions. While
generally throughout the country this
lias been the worst year since 1S93,
with more men out of employment,
with money harder to get, with a
greater number of business failures
and with greater uncertainty regard
ing the future, the past summer has
been the best in the business history
of Phoenix.
The business of the postoffice for
July exceeded the volume for the
corresponding month of last year by
$00. The business of Wells Fargo
& Co. for the same month ,was $1,000
greater than for July a year ago.
Lumber men and material men say.
some of them, that their sales for
July and August, two months during
which very little has been expected,
were six times as great as they were
for the same months last year, and
for each of those months this year.
greater than during the most active
month of any earlier year. ...
Merchants, grocerymen, dry goods
men and others estimate the Increase
of their business for the summer
months at from 25 to EO per cent
over the same months of any pre
vious year. It is said that the resi
dence building which has been going
on since the beginning of this year
is of greater volume than that of
any previous three year' period.
We have frequently referred "to the
month of July, not because that has
been a banner month, but because
the figures for it have already been
made up. In most lines August is
believed to have been better and
September so far as it has gone has
been still better. The prospect for
the fall and winter is regarded as
the brightest we have ever had. Al
most anywhere else this would be
called a boom.
The accident at Fort Myer yes
terday, resulting in the death of
Lieutenant Selfridge, will for a time
be a sort of damper on aviation, fol
lowing so closely the successful
flights of Orville Wright. It em
phasizes a danger of aerial travel
which will always be present, a dan
ger similar to that described by a
negro always attending sea voyages.
He was not afraid of railroad wrecks
for one always landed on Mother !
Earth, "But," said he, "w'en de ship
bus' up whan is yo?"
If the suspect in the Sherman,
Texas, jail proves not to be Mur
derer Dunham, the California au
thorities may be excused from pur
suing any more suspicions about the
country.
It will be no real hardship on Mr.
Bryan to be compelled to do all the
talking at the Chicago banquet.
LIFE WAS A BORE.
A Bisbee Miner Tries to Commit Sui
cide at Los Angeles.
Los Angeles, Sept. IT. Fred Giovan
da, an Italian miner recently employed
by the Copper Queen mine at Bisbee,
attempted to commit suicide at the
county hospital this afternoon by hang
ing himself. Giovanda was discovered
by one of the internes before life was
extinct and was cut down and revived.
Giovanda came here from Arizona
six weeks ago and was a patient at
the California hospital under the care
of Dr. Moore. He developed symptoms
of mental disorder and was removed to
the detention ward at the county hos
pital for observation.
It is believed that he will be commit
ted to a-r. as; lum.
TO BEAT INJUNCTION.
Mr. Gompers Said the Federationist
was Prematurely Issued.
Washington, Sept. 1". The taking
of testimony in the Gompers-Mitchell-Morrison
case, in connection with the
anti-boycott proceedings instituted by
the Buck Stove & Range company
against the officers of the American
Federation of Labor, will be resumed
by Examiner Harper this morning.
Gompers was placed on the stand and
testified that a certain edition of the
federation organ had been gotten out
earlier than usual, so as to precede the
granting of the injunction restraining
it from printing certain articles in ref- !
erencc to the case. !
A WORLD PEACE
Being Arranged by the Interparlia
mentary Union.
Rerlin. Sept. 17. The Interparlia
mentary Union met yesterday in the
chamber of the Reichstag to discuss
anew the peace of the world and how
it can be maintained through arbitra
tion. More than seven hundred dele
gates filled the chamber, and the chan
cellor was present, also nearly all the
members of the Prussian and Imperial
cabinets. David Jayne Hill, American
ambassador, and Nicholas Murray
ISutler were also present. Prince Von
Ruolow delivered the welcoming ad
dress. He spoke in French, and said
the Germans longed for .pwice . and
pointed to their efforts to that end.
CHICAGO IN A FOG.
In Spite of Care There Were Numerous
Accidents.
Chicago, Sept. 17. Dense, fog- this
morning proved a severe handicap to
the transportation companies and was
responsible for a number of accidents.
Trains were compelled to run at slow
speed, as the engineers were unable
to distinguish signals.
An interurban car from Aurora
crashed into an elevated train and
several persons were injured. Two la
borers were run down and killed by
trains. A suburban train crashed into
the Chicago Northwestern limited in
the yards and half a dozen people were
hurt.
SUICIDE OF JUDGE VAN FLEET.
Los Angeles, Sept. 17. Charles G.
Van Fleet, a former supreme court
judge of Colorado, committed suicide
here tonight in a lodging house.
When the system is weak
and run down, you'll find the
Bitters an excellent tonic and
strength builder. It also pre
vents Heartburn, Indigestion
and Insomnia.
OSTETTER
i CELEBRATED
STOMACH
BITTER
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frOV
MR. HOMESEEKER
Don't Look
Any Farther
FIVE ACRES on Central Avenue
with modern six-room brick house,
toilet, wind-mill and tank and good
barn. AH in alfalfa. An ideal home
for J 5,000. '
EIGHT AND A HALF ACRES, one
and a half miles from center of
city. A snap for 11200.
TEN ACRES, five miles out, for
$1,000. On easy terms.
TEN ACRES, nine acres in alfalfa,
half an acre in orchard. Good barn
and fair house. $3500.
ELEVEN ACRES with six-room brick
house and cellar, good barn and
corral, wind-mill and tank. One
and a half miles from city. On
good terms $$5,000.
SEVENTY ACRES of alfalfa, two
and a half miles from center of
city, eight-room house with modern
toilet and bath, good barn, wind- '
mill and tank, half an acre in or- :
chard, also all farming tools, four j
brood mares, two colts, five mules :
and sixty head of cattle. For price
and terms, call at our office.
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY ACRES
two and a half miles from Glen
dale with four-room frame house,
twenty acres of fine alfalfa, bal
ance grain land. A snap for $90
per acre, on easy terms.
Greene & Griffin
: Real Estaste
and Investment Co.
DURING
House-Gleaning
REMEMBER WE CLEAN
RUGS, QUILTS,
PILLOWS.
LACE CURTAINS,
NAVAJO BLANKETS,
ALL WORK DONE SATIS
TORILY. Arizona Laundrv
Adams and Third St.
You Must Stop
- FOR A COOL ROOM AND
A QUIET NIGHT'S REST
THE WILLIAMS HOUSE
MARICOPA. ARIZONA.
HtMMIimMtMMMM
Rough Dry!
. .
.washing cheaper than any
' ' other way. ' "
TRY IT.
All flat pieces ironed other - "
' articles starched and prepared J
. for Ironing. , ,
GET OUR PRICES. ;
We have the only system. ',
: TROY LAUNDRY!
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1MIHHIHI M-M M I I 1 I 1 1 1'
FLORAL STAND AND RACKS
For Funerals. Big Shipments in.
Phoenix Flower House
Chas Burroughs
M'e have listed for a short !
4-'l
time the cheapest 40-acre ranch
In the valley. Five miles from
the center of town. Old water
rights. This is In the Isaac
District and can be bought for
$25 less than any similar tract
In the district. Good house,
well and shade; fenced and
cross fent-ed. This is a snap.
Look it up.
The Rogers Auction Co.
1 1
24
West Jefferson St.
Phone Red-2071.
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LOOK!
DROP YOUR MONEY
into the purchase of a sack of Per
fect flour and you'll get Its value
back again in better bread and more
of it Between two bags of flour
there may be little or no difference
in appearance. But use revals that
one is far superior to the other. The
Perfect flour always gains by com
parison with other brands. Order a
sack and see for yourself.
VALLEY FLOUR MILLS.
FOR SALE
NEW CENTER STREET
5-ROOM RESIDENCE.
Just completed, in 1000 block;
modern in every respect; oien
for inspection.
For terms and price see
THOMAS
of Indian School car
Phone County 19.
Phone
Main
113
Whisk
With
Bj at end
- line.
B
Strong, durable, well made whisk broom for any
use, all sizes, 15c up to 50c. See front window.
Shipment just in of Cornell Benzoin soap which
makes your skin velvety, white, soft and smooth
and removes tan and freckles.. 25c a cake; 65c box.
SPECIAL SALE Strong Ajax Combs, reduced
from 35o to 25c
A. L. BOEHMER,
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY.
Cor. Center and Washington Sta.
Phoenix, Arizona.
Rural Deliv
ery Promptly
Attended.
ALWAYS CLEAN.
HAVE
The California
We buy only the best in the market
THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT
- .j. . 44-45 EAST ADAMS STREET.
Everythlag New, Nice and Clean. Private Family Dinisjg ReeiM.
CHARLIE. LINO oV CO, Props,
Garden City Restaurant
Coolest and Cleanest Place In Town to' Eat. Nice prlTate rooms for partiee
and families. Short orders at all hours.
REGULAR MEALS 2EC
Nob. 11 and 24 East Washington Street.
MARK LAND, Proprietor.
PROFESSIONAL
PATENT ATTORNEY S Patents,
copyrights, trademarks American
and foreign. JAMES R. TOWN
SEND, 430 Bradbury building, Los
Angeles, CaL
E. E. PASCOE, Notary Public, Con
veyancing a specialty. Acknowledg
ments taken. 110 North Center St.
DR. W. S. LOWE, Veterinarian. Of
fice 17 N. 1st Ave. Office Phone
Red 1223. Res. Phone County 44.
J. Q. A. King, Assayer and Metallur
gist, Mining, Milling, Smelting and
Irrigation Machinery. 18 N. Second
Ave., Phoenix, Ariz.
BARNETT E. MARKS, Attorney and
Counsellor. Office 411 Fleming
Bldcr.. Phoenix. Ariz. Patents se- !
cured.
J. W. CRENSHAW, Attorney at Law,
General practice In all the courts.
Office, 211 Fleming Bldg., Phoenix,
Arizona.
MASSAGE G. A. Roberts, expert
Scientific service. Treatment fc'en
in your home. Phone black 8853.
Yosemite Valley
Open All Year
There Is no season In Yosem
ite more delightful than the
fall months, when clothed in its
autumn hues and over it
spreads the beautiful Indian
summer. Trails and roads op
en to points of Interest. Daily
train service. Write for descrip
tive folder.
For tickets or further Infor
mation see Southern Pacific or
Santa Fe agent.
Address O. W. Lehmer, Traf
fice Mgr.,
Yosemite Valley
Railroad Company
MERCED, CAL.
DID YOU EVER
Examine your hens
for lice? They have
them and the best
thing for you to do
is to get rid of
them now. We
have what you
need. :-: :-: :-:
Hill's Seed House
NEW LOCATION,
128 North Center Street.
Tis the treasure of all the Desert
At Donofno's store.
It is Crystallized Cactus Candy
That makes you sing fop more.
Strangers visiting the city will find
It to their interest to patronise the
FASHION BARBER SHOP.
Lewis &. Noble, Props.
43 West Washington St.
Prickly Heat cured by a couroe f
our Special Baths.
Expert Masseur in the 4b. op.
Moore & McLellan
Undertakers and Embalmera.
Lady Assistant.
If West Adams Street
Telephone Mats 121.
Mail
Orders
Solicited
Brooms
Life
Free
PROMPT SERVICE.
I
YOU TRIED
Restaurant
33 N.
1st. Are.
and our cooking speaks for itself.
Alfalfa Hay
Per ton S11.00
Oat Hay, per ton SIO.50
Rolled Barley SI 30
Oats S2.00
Bran 95
Sorghum Seed, ner lb f5
Wheat S2.23
Free City Delivery.
A. WHARTON
Phone Main 224 117 E Jeff. St
GOLD HOTEL
ANTON GOLD, Prop.
Ird and Washington Sta.
Hot and Cold Bathe free for reg
ular roomers. Nice cool rooms
J7.00 per month and upwards.
Summer rates. Come and look
at them.
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We dive You A
Square Deal
No matter whether you come
In person, send one of your
children, or phone us your or
der, you get a
SQUARE DEAL,
at the
Ford Hotel
Pharmacy
138 West Washington St.
Don't forget the dates: Nov.
9-14, '08, Fourth Territorial
Fair, Thoenix.
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THE HOTEL AT
An Ideal family report where the Arlzo
vacation. Situated mid-way between
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The National Bank of Arizona,
AT PHOENIX.
Solicits the deposits and ganeral business of farmers, merchants and
Individuals, who may rely upon courteous consideration and the very
best terms that are consistent with good business methods.
EMIL GANZ, President. 8. OBERFELDER, Cashier.
SOL LEWIS, Vice. President J. J. SWEENEY, Assist. Cashier.
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W. F. NICHOLS,
President.
UNION BANK & TRUST CO.
30 NORTH CENTER ST.
GENERAL BANKING
PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION.
FOR SALE
80 FEET IN TWO 40 FOOT LENGTHS STEAM HOSE. A RARE
BARGAIN.
Kunz Bros. & Messinger
MACHINE WORKS.
Corner Second and Adam Sta.
Phone Red 121. PHOENIX, ARIZ.
YEE SING'S AMERICAN HITCHtN
Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes.. Private reema
and family style when desired. 8ing d oes all his own pastry. Far a good
dinner on specirj occasions or at erd inary times come to Sing's new Amer
ican kitchen. Regular meals 25c; short orders all night.
33 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona.
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JUST RECEIVED.
A Fresh Stock of
;; Hearsey Tires at
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DIM mjojJiluT
2 doors south of postoffice.
Phone Black 3291.
x Stewart & Tern pi in
IllUt 11 1I1IH1IM1 1 M. HI
THE MISSION
A resort for gentlemen. The
original BUDWEISER BEER
on draught.
FRANK CONNELLEY, Pree,
GREER-STARK
PLUMBING CO.
217 W. Wash. Street
Phone Red 33G1
WE GUARANTEE SATIS
FACTION. LET US 1FIG
URE ON TOUR PLUMBING
SEND IN YOUR REPAIRS.
THEY WILL GET I OUR
PROMPT ATTENTION.
G7LLE?f TEE
The Traifor
Carries the Larjest Stock of
Goods in Arizona.
. AJAMS 8T.
H. Of. RAMSEY
VETERINARY SURGEON.
Graduate Ontario Veterinary Colleae.
Gentle noises and nice rlaa for hire.
Office aad stable corner Krst t
enue and jTefferaon St.
Phene Slack KZ Pheealni Aria,
17 Vju
... i."T . f ' . " Mat. ' " - si
HOLLYWOOD.
na people are spending their Bummet
the City and Sea. Rates $12.00 tip.
'H"H..M"M. l"M"H"t"M ilHUIlllll't
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No wonder he laughs
Every man with a fat bank account
can afford to lough.
Also take a "smile" once In a while.
Put your money In the hank now,
where it will be drawing Interest
that you can spend latter on.
We will be glad to have your ac
count, and talk to you about our
method of paying you Interest.
The Valley Bank
OF PHOENIX.
3. M. SWETNAM, GEO. H. LUTGERDINQ,
Vice-President. Caskier.
,H 1 I 1 I'M' I I IX ! M I I 1 i 11 1 it
jieiio, saiiy. w nere are you
going? You are In a big hurry. 4
Good Iyrd! I am going to the JL
rtUKLt i IY1 tA I MAKHk.1,
That is where you can get a '
nice juicy steak, chop or any ,
kind of finest meat on the
Phoenix market. '
Fancy spiced corned beef for
family use. Roast beef, roast
pork, boiled ham and tongue. T
ri e r n t r- . r a . . . n r- - v
' and workingman's friend,
PETER SEEGER, Prop.
39 W. Wash. Phone Black 3391
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Freight and Baggage
carefully and quickly aandled. Btor
ageat reasonable rate.
Pioneer and Consolidated
Transfer and Storage Go.
Baggage office, lit North Center St.
Telephone Main 142.
General office, 42 South Center BL
I Telephone Mala 74.
! .
ITHE PALACE
! PRE3COTT, ARIZONA
; Strictly on the European plan. Kooma
: by the day, week or month. Finest
bar and club rooms In the Southwest.
BROW, SM1TM I BELCHER
PROPRIETORS,
j
CALIFORNIA WINE & LIQUOR CO.
! Port
11.00
Claret Spl.
Riesling
Sauterne
rhaspelas
'iutedel
Semillon
Orenia Klanrs
a
j XII
' XXIX
Antielira
j bhurry
1.2S
1.50
1.75
2.1K(
1.60
1.0U
" "II.Oc
Zaufandel l.ir
Burgundy 1.50
lireuai'he 1.75
Carbforet "i.Ou
Jipl price ov bl.
.-pk. Buriiuuiij
F. Cutter Whisky. Hermitage. Old
Taylor, Ambassador, King of Ken
tucky and a hundred more of the best
quality, and a full line ot Cordials.
Special price for barrel.
Hot Lunch at Richelieu Salooa,
19-21 South Center BL
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5 Indian Baskets and 1
Blankets, Native
Gems, Curios
ARIZONA SADDLERY GO.
45 N. Center, Phoenix
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