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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVE3I1JER 21, 1908. 8 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day in the Year By THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. GEO. W. VICKEBfl. Pre, ul Gen. HT. Exclusive Morning - Associated Trtma Dl'iatches. Publication officer Corner Second ad Adams strcts. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix. A rtioas, aa maU matter sf tss second riasa. BOBSCRIITION RATES. l-y mail, dally, one year ...41 .Weekly, one year .......... IN Cash In advance. BT CARRIER. Da ly, per month ...............fl eta. Ttae Arizona Republican la en aale at all of Amos' street news stand wagons In I'.oa Ancelea. Baa Dingo and Long Beach. PH.OKNIX. ARIZONA, NOV. 21, 1908. SENATORS BY DIRECT VOTE. Senator Hansbrough, who was turn ed down at the primaries, has gone into court to show that the legisla tire is not bound by the direct ex pression of the people under the Ft;ite law providing for such an ex pression. It is also stated that similar ac tion will be taken in Oregon, where the legislature, though strongly re publican, is bound by the primaries to elect a democrat to the United States senate. It was not siipiosed that any state law could take from members of a legislature the power conferred upon them by the constitution of the Unit ed States. If so there would be no no d of all this agitation for a change of the constitution so that senators couid be elected by the popular vote. The various state primary laws with relation to the senatorial office were passed that the people might suggest their choice. The legislators are not bound to pay any further attention but if they neglect to do so they will probably reach an early end of their own public careers. In Oregon the legislators are more definitely instructed, a majority of them having signified their assent be fore election to "Statement No. 1," pledging themselves directly . to their constituents. STREET SIGN'S. The removal of the Third Avenue ; theater sign suggests the desirability of an amendment of the ordinance relating to street "signs. The ordi nance was framed in the first place to de' away with those monstrosities which u?ed to be stretched across the sidewalks, offensive to the public eye and a!.;o to the top of the head of a tall man, b;.t at the time it was passed it did not wtm to be contem plated that a sign could be made at tractive. As it now stands it pre vents the introducing of many elec trical effects which beautify the streets of large cities. No fault could be found - with the theater sign. It was so far above the sidewalk that it could not be come an obstruction. It presented no danger to life or limb, but it was an ornament and an illumination to that neighborhood which is not well lighted at best. The law should be. changed as quickly as possible so that private enterprises of this sort should be encouraged instead of being restricted. That jould easily be done by desig nating the kind of signs, with respect to the stability of their construction, their ornamental character and their height above the side walk so as not to obstruct - the view or traffic. We gather from Wags' explanation of its noo-word telegraph service, that "whenever there is an event of great interest in Arizona or in the nation" Wags with feverish haste and wholly regardless of expense "supplements its regular (500-word) telegraph report" 1y "special orders" for more telegraph ly fast freight. We shall recommend this economical scheme to fire de partments all over the world. What's the use of having a lot of money tied up In useless hose? When a confla gration is about to break out send in "special orders" to the factory for hose. We understand that the election of Hon. Neil Bailey of Cochise county is to be contested. We also under stand that it is proposed to contest it in the courts of Cochise 'county which would probably decline to take jurisdiction since the legislative as sembly would finally determine the qualifications of its own membership. Without knowing anything of the merits of the contest we can see very clearly what that almost unanimous aggregation of democrats would do. The fair management made a mis take in not offering' a premium for climate, entries open to all the world. Of all the glorious falls for which the Salt River valley is famous, the oldest timer can recall none like the present one. The next time Wags comes forward with a brace game, it should at least -:ive the mould of antiquity brushed o!'f of it. The most successful fakers are those who possess originality In a high degree and are capable of getting up. something new. The man who sent out the report from Hot Springs that . Mr. Taf t would oppose . the re-election of Speaker Cannon Is probably a natural born mischief-maker without any re gard for the consequences. Russia ought to buy a right in the Wright aeroplane. That misguided country's weakness on sea and land has been demonstrated. It might be able to fight in the air. The country is more interested in knowing that Mrs. Ounness is dead than in finding out whether Ray Lamphere killed her. SCIENCE NOTES. What Dr. Sven Hedin regards as the greatest achievement of his recent explorations in India is the discovery of that continuous mountains chain which, taken as a whole, is the most massive range on the crnst of the earth, its average height above sea level being greater than that of the Himalayas. Its peaks are 4.000 feet to 5,000 feet lower than Everest, but its passes average 3,000 feet higher than the Himalayan passes. The east ern and western parts were known before, but the central and highest part is in Bongba, which was pre viously unexplored. Not a tree or a bush covers it; there are no deep cut valleys, as in the Himalayas, for rain is scanty. Some valuable and interesting work has been accomplished recently by Dr. J. W. Fewkes of the bureau of ethnology in the excavation of the cliff dwellings of the Mesa Verde national park in Colorado. This an cient village is situated on the bor der of the Montezuma valley, just south of the ancient Monetzuma road, nnd contains some cf the best pre served relics of the prehistoric cliff dwelelrs in the country. A wall form ing the front of this village, formerly hidden under fallen debris, was brought to light and repaired through out its whole length. The former plazas were restored to their original condition. In the course of the work UO rooms were cleaned out and re paired. Eight of these, which are circular in form, wore found to be ceremonial in nature. They were ex cavated to their floors and their architectural features revealed. The roofs of two of these circular rooms were restored, following aboriginal I lines of construction. The work of compiling a great technical dictionary, which was be gun under the auspices of the Asso ciation of German Engineers, has been abandoned on account of the great cost, which, it is discovered. would be four times greater than originally contemplated. There is great need of just such a dictionary as was proposed in all the arts, sciences and crafts, and the decision of the German engineers will be heard with regret by workers all over the world. The Journal of the American Medi cal Association has the following: Modern civilization furnishes no let ter Sample than this of the possible victory over fsllence" and disease, when the warfare is carried .on in the light of modern scientific knowl edge. The building of the Panama canal and the sanitary record of the Japanese in their war wiih Russia are the two great object lessons of re cent years, demonstrating at men can neither work nor fight io the best advantage unless protected from infectious and preventable diseases. The civilized nation wijich will here after put an army in the field or undertake a great engineering prob lem without first perparing the way by proper and adequate sanitary en gineering and equipment will be re garded by the other nations as quite as foolish as a government which would build a vast fleet of modern warships and then arm them with the muzzle-loading ordnance of 100 years ago. An epidemic of typhoid fever in a military camp should be considered a greater disgrace to an army than a defeat in '1)31116, since defet may come, in spite of the greatest exertions and the highest wisdom, while typhoid and yellow fever would be the result of Ignor ance or disregard of well known laws of prevention. All nations will-profit by the sanitary lesson of the Panama canal. Madame Curie, who, with her lately deceased husband, was responsible for the discovery of radium, is now work ing in collaboration with Mile. Gle ditch and the ladies have prepared a rejort in which it is stated that they have been unable to confirm Sir William Toimsay's experiment, . by which copper appeared to be trans muted into lithium by radium emana tions. With copper receptacles con- Truth and Quality appeal to the Well-Informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent success and creditable 6tanding. Accor ingly, it is not claimed that Syrup of Figs and Elixir of S?nna is the only remedy of known value, but one of many reasons why it is the best of personal and family laxatives is the fact that it " cleanses, sweetens and relieves the internal organs on which it acts without any debilitating after effects and without having to increase the quantity from time to tinie. : It acts pleasantly and naturally and truly as a laxative, and its component parts are known to and approved by physicians, as it is free from all objection able substances. To get its beneficial effects always purchase the genuine manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading druggists. S-H-H' ii i i ! i i"l ! W i i 0 ACRES With 8 Room Brick House Fine land that will grow al falfa or beets. Water bought and ditches in fine shape. A good home and on good terms. $125. An Acre t Greene & Griffin REAL ESTATE & INVEST MENT CO. j 127 North Center St. ,ti.,;..;,.;i;iii.,!,.,;,...i,4..i..l.i.i.iH"; taining distilled water absolutely without any traces of lithium, certain traces of that metal made their ap pearance after twenty-four hours un der the application of radium. The same result took place in the case of a quartz receptable. Mme. Curie and Mile. Uleditch thereupon used a plati num apparatus. They placed it in distilled water and used copper salts produced in the laboratory entirely free from lithium. These copier salts were then exposed to emanations of radium, and no trace of lithium was discovered. o NAVAJO INDIAN BLANKETS. Special sale. Large assortment. Trices right and goods genuine. Miller Sterling Co., 9-11 E. Washington. Real New York Sweet Apple Cider at Melczer Brothers Company, 114 West Adams street. Phone Main 75. enty-five cents per gallon, phone Main Very finest potatoes, J1.50 per CWt. by the sack. McKee's. Piano tuning. Call up Kedewlll's. If you want everyorw to gret yea Aith a smile upon his faoe Csrry Crystallized Cactus Can, Ciwm Dom Frio's pies. "1-H H H ! 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 M..l.,i.,Ml,. Hand hinted Tapestries "Here is something worth see- J ing. Two local artists realize A 'our central location and that jf 4. nuiny people come to our store JL T daily, and have requested us to exhibit two beautiful tapestries Y i which they painted and which J T took premiums at the fair. f)ne i is "The Wooing" and Ihe other, T "Mirza's Pet." If you didn't see them at the fair, by nil means ) come in and see them. They jf j. will be displayed to and Includ- S f ing Monday. After that they f give way to new shelving to V Y take care of our rapidly grow- A y ing trade. i ti See the Tapestries. T I y( I Post Office News Store j f 136 North Center. JL H ! '1' i I ! V 1 1 1 1 1 i- tf GOLD ft Miners and Ranchers, Notice! 1 We do iron and brass cast l ' ings of all kinds. Come in I ' and talk to us. yr PHOENIX FOUNDRY CO. w ft tf t M 1"! H I l"l"l'Tfl"H"l"i"l OFF ON ALL TODAY ONLY THE FAIR 212 East Washington. f 8 M M 11 1-H 1 1 1 M l l H 11 H Phpne Main 113 Some Drugs are rare to the ordinary Drug Store But not to BOEHMER'S. No such condition exists In our Drug Store. What ever you may happen to want for technical use, general use or in prescription BQEHMER has it Sometimes it may be out of stock but if so we will notify you no substitution. It's only reason able that a big business Jike ours should be out of something once in a while and we don't mind tell ing you bo. but you can generally depend on it that A. L. BOEHMER'S BUSY DRUG STORE HAS IT. Mail and Rural Orders Solicited 'i i till ti ii hum i inn in WALL PAPER CHEAP Phoenix Hardware Co, 111 MM lllllllll ill 1 M I l THE FRENCH KITCHEN THE RIGHT PLACE TO EAT. Will be open day and night Short orders and rfeffular meals. -YEE BEN CO, PROPS. 11 West Wash. St. ATTENTION RANCHERS, MINERS ' PROSPECTORS. AND Let me sell you the supplies. I know what rou need and ha.e the goods, fresh and at lowest prices. Canned goods, pre serves, pickles, Dacon and ham. Send me a list of goods you wish. If you can't come in, and I will fill the order promptly to your satisfaction. Write, phone or see PRANK GRIEBEL'S 118 W. Wash. St. Phoenix. Phone 43. The Real Test MM I I M MM I 1 II 1 1 1 Will i The White House Clothing Co I Sincerely thanks the community of Maricopa county for their patronage, which was appreciat ed by the White House Clothing Co. in our cheap sweep sale, and it was shown by the com munity that they appreciated the great bargains. Therefore we will offer for Friday, Saturday and Monday a great Inducement in our High Art Strauss Clothing and in all our Ready-to-Wear apparel. We are also showing one of the greatest and best lines of Dress Goods, all colors and plaids. Call and give us a trial and you will appreciate it. t: III The White House Clothing Co i-W'i l..l..ll.n-.l.,,,I.H-H ri THE HOFFMAN CIGAR STAND, . J. DOYLE, PROP. CIGARS. TOBACCO AND f SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broadway A Center, 4tti-M M..... iim M MllM'I't OUR FAMOUS SUPREMUS We have just started to again make this delicious Soft Cream Chocolate Candy. Phone or call. Orders delivered to any address In city. GOd Per pound. Chas. J. Sanichas, f 44 West Washington St. Phone Red 2021. of a laundry is 1 what its patrons I think of it. Ask I our patrons about 1 us. -:- -:- -:- I Open Until M idnight Free Delivery YOU'LL LISTEN IN VAIN for complaints about our meats. On the contrary you'll hear nothing but of good of them. It couldn't be otherwise. We handle only the choic est grades on the market. That means sweet, tender. Juicy meats, which even the toothless could not find fault with. They almost melt in your mouth. Try them and see. P. T. HURLEY The Central Market . 17 West Washington SL Phone Main 12. iiiiniiiinii im 11 1 : I I 111 1 I 11111 ! 'KHU III 1 MM I II Ml 11 1 11 ! Grass Seeds AUSTRALIAN RYE KENTUCKY BLUE-GRASS WHITE CLOVER Ferns Palms IN VARIETY. WILL FUR NISH PLANT DECORATIONS FOR PARTIES, BANQUETS AND BALLS. T i Bill s heed House i PHONE BLK. 8142. I 126 NORTH CENTER. M-l' hh " 1 1 I 1 Ml II MM 1 M 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 3S61 WE GUARANTEE SATIS FACTION. LET US FIG URE ON TOUR PLUMBING SEND IN TOUR REPAIRS. THE"? WILL GET OUR PROMPT ATTENTION. r4l II MM II 11 II THERE'S A REASON f WHY STEWART t TEMPLIN I T have the largest Bicycle repair t T trade In Phoenix, at the i! "Bike Hospital" rext door to Post Office. Phone Black 3291. lUKMIIIHIIUlllllll Gentlemen NO CLOTHES RE TURNED FROM OUR LAUNDRY WITHOUT BUTTONS. I Troy Laundry 215 W. Jeff. St. Phone Main 159. 4 " I t pr. -ate. THE HOTEL AY HOLLYWOOD. An ideal family resort where the Arizona people are spending their Bummei vacation. Situated m!d-way between the City and Sea. Rates $12. E0 up. niwn i n ii i mi ill i ii n Capital $100,000.00 The National AT Solicits the deposits and general Individuals, who may rely upon Dest terms mat are consistent EMIL GANZ, President. SOL LEWIS, Vice. President 4-t U MM H I 1 1 I'M HI M MM 1 1 1 1 I I 11 M I IHMMHHIMI .111 Mill It 1 Mil 1111 lllllllll 1111 II 1 I I HUM MM I 1 H The Books of this Bank are a record of business history. On them are written the dally ' doings of hundreds of successful men and women. Men who are careful financially keep their money in this bank because of safety '. ) and convenience. We Invite your account. l The Valley Bank of Phoenix !! E. J. BENNTTT, President f i l l I H I I I I I 1 I 1 l"l"l"l' 1 I 1 I 1 I W. T. NICHOLS, J. M. SWETNAM. GEO. H. LUTGERDINQ, President Vice-President Casaler. 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. Cor. Second and Adams Sts. Phone Red biS. YEE SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private rooms and family style when desired. Sing does all his own pastry. For a good dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Sing's new Amer ican Kitchen. Regular meals, 20c Short orders all night. 33 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. ALWAYS CLEAN. HAVE The California We buy only the best in the market THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT 44-45 EAST ADAMS STREET. Everything New, Nice and Clean. Private Family Dining Rooms. CHARLIE LING &. CO, Props. The French Kitchen Open day and night. Regular dinner 25c Best American and Chinese dishes for parties at all hours. Phone Black .7961. 11 West Wash. SL YEE BEN CO, PROP. Garden City Coolest and Cleanest Place In Town to . . and Families. Short REGULAR Nos. 22 and 24 East Washington St. Leather Goods We have added to our stock a new and up-to-date line of La dies' Hand Bags and Parses. Also a fine line of Gentlemen's Traveling Toilet Sets and Mili tary Brush Sets. These goods are fresh from the eastern mar kets and cost you no more than the old shelf-worn goods car ried in stock from year to year. We invite your careful inspec tion. Ford Hotel Pharmacy 138 West Washington St. Phoenix, Arizona. FLORAL STAND AND RACKS For Funerals. Big Shipments In. Phoenix Flower House Chas Burroughs 4 jr is ;--v..-; !! i inn nun 11 inn i n Surplus $100,000.00 1 Bank of Arizona, PHOENIX. business of farmers, merchants and J courteous consideration and the very T wun gooa Dusiness mcinoas. 8. OBERFELDER, Cashier. J. J. SWEENEY, Assist. Cashier. LLOYD B. CHRISTY, Cashier. Ml 11 1 1 I 1 I I 1 11 1 1 I H M H 1 M 1 Phoenix. Arizona. PROMPT SERVICE. YOU TRIED Restaurant 33 N. 1st. Are. and our cook'ing speaks for itself. Restaurant Eat. Nice Private Rooms for Parties Orders at All Hours. MEALS, 25o. MARK LAND, Proprietor. The HOFFMAN Evcrthlng First Class Famous Tony Faust Beer on Draught JACK GIBSON, Proprietor. GOLD HOTEL ANTON GOLD, Prop. Third and Washington Sts. Fine, clean rooms, centrally located; 50c per night and up. Cohio and investigate . J Freight and Baggage carefully Storage and quickly handled, at reasonable rates. Pionsar and Consolidated Transfer and Storage Co. Baggag office, 116 North Center St. ( Telephone Main 142. General office, 42 South Center St. I Telephone Main 74. 'I M 11 M t 11 11 I t H I"I"I'j4'"I'