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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVILMIJER 29, 1908.
I 9 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day in tha Year By THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. GEO. W. YICKER&. Prea. and Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Moraine Dispatcher. Publication office q Corner Second and Adams Btreta. , Telephone Main 47. Entered at the postoffloa at Pboenlx. Arizona, aa mail matter mt tha aecond SUBSCRIPTION RATE!. By mall, dally, one year weekly, one year ... Caah In advance. .. IN BT CARRIES. Dally, per month .................Tl eta. The Arizona Republican la en Bale at all of Amos' street news stand wagons In Loa Angelas, Baa Diego and Lone Beach. PHOEXIX, ARIZONA, NOV. 29, 190S. DREYFUS, AN IDEA. The anti-Dreyfusards let no oppor tunity pass to recall to the world an incident which was disgraceful to a civilzed nation. They now revive it in the Steinheil scandal, which prob ably bears no relation to it at all. Another scandal which involved the name of any man prominent on either side of the Dreyfus affair would prob ably have served their purpose just as well. The French have a reputa tion for volatility rather than for per sistence, yet it is not recorded that any faction or clique in any other nation has so stubbornly refused to accept defeat as the anti-Dreyfusards. This is a matter which the aver age reader does not now understand. The Dreyfusards are not composed entirely of those who believe Drey fus was innocent and the anti-Drey fusards do not all believe he was guilty. In fact the personality of Dreyfus even before the last trial, had ceased to be a figure in the case. His innocence, if it could have been universally established, would have been just as hateful to the anti-Drey fusards as the complete establishment of his guilt would have been to the other faction. The first meant the overthrow of a regime whose friends rallied about the nucleus formed by the anti-semites and the personal en emies of the unfortunate captain. His ersonal friends formed a group around which the enemies of the re gime congregated. Dreyfus was hated, not because he was believed to be a spy, and not latterly because he was a Jew, but because h; became the instrument with which the regime was to be overthrown, and he is hated yet and will be for a generation at least, be cause the overthrow was accom plished. Dreyfus became a mere idea and he will still be one for some time after his death. The United States and Japan, be tween them, ought to be able to pre serve the status quo in the Pacific, since no other nation asserts any rights there. Two farmers could come to the same kind of terms regarding a line fence between them without exasperating their neighbors who have nothing to do with it. Less than two years ago Mr. Rocke feller in an Interview expressed sur prise at proposed legislation unfriend ly to the Standard Oil company in whose magnitude he believed all ought to feel a national pride. It is now its magnitude which the government is seeking to reduce. Settling an election bet under prize ring rules as two Butte, Mont., politi cians did the other day, is more dig nified than parading a crowded street with a wheelbarrow. The legislative session is a week nearer at hand than when we sug gested the need for action by the city with reference to needed charter amendments. It will take a more disagreeable day than was ever experienced" in this valley to depress the spirits of our brave friends at Glendale, It is not to be supposed that bank ing in Pittsburg has ceased because all the bankers are .in the peniten tiary or on the way there. I LITTLE JAMES f (The Facility with Which this Whole Tariff Question can be Disposed of.) I aint never revised th' Tariff much but it ortent to be so much a Job when you have so much Help an' Good Ad vice as is bein' give' to th' Waze an' Meens Committy of th' House. Evry body sez 'at all they want is a Onnest Revishun an' anybody knoze how to be Onnest. Uncle Josef Canyon sez 'at he wuddent give Adam fer any other kind of a Revishun'n a Onnest Revi shun fer it wuddent be In Keepin' with his Long an' Onnerble Record of a Stand Patter. Sez Uncle Josef "I b'leeve 'at evry body should have jist th' kind of "a Tariff Reform 'at he Voted fer. If he Voted fer Free Trade he ort to have Free Trade. If he Voted fer a Reduck shun of Dooties all we got to do is to Redoos 'em fer him. If it was more UNION(jL?)LABrL Perteckshun he voted fer let him have it. That ort to Keep Peece in th' Fambly. "Th' only Trubble is 'at most of our Feller Citizens when they went to th' Poles didn't know Jest what they Voted fer an' they aint no way fer 'em to find out till their Congressmens sends 'em a copy of th' Tariff Bill 'at's goln' to be Reported by th' Waze an' Meens Committy of the next House an' then it'll be Cleer as Noonday, ezzackly what they Wanted when they went to Exercize th' Rite of Sufferidge. Th' only way 'at Intelligent Amerryean Cit izens can ever find out what they Vot ed fer is to Wait an' see what th' Speeker an' th' Lower ouso of Repre sentatifs han's out to "em." "You dont moen to say. Uncle Joe," sez a Admirin' Frend, " 'at you're a goin' to give th' Peeple what they want. mor'n SO millyuns of 'em, all Wantin somethin' diffrunt?" "Id be Willin' to do it" sez Uncle Joe, "If I Knode what they want an' we had time in th' Breef Short Seshun of Congress to pass SO Mollyun Tariff Bills, but we aint, so's 'at the only thing 'at we can give 'em is a Onnest Revishun." I don't know what Congress is agoin' to do about it an' I don't care only fer wun Thing. I knode th' next mornin" after Thanksgivin' day what I'd- voted fer if I'd a had a Chanst. I want th Dooty on Turkeys an' Mince Pi an' Punkin' Pi rose so high 'at they'll be out of my Reech in th' Future an' I'd like to have Pepsin an' Parrygoric put onto th' Free List. I'm like Mister Carniggy. I b'leeve 'at th' Tariff on Harmfle Luxeries ort to be so high 'at only th' Rich can enjoy 'em. I'd like to have a Claw's put into a' Onnest Re vishun bill abolishun Thanksglvin". LITTLE JAMES. o LOWER LEVELS SOUGHT By FAVORITE STOCK! Irreaular Show of Strength in Less Prominent Shares. New York. Nov. 2S. There was a snottv show of strength in today s stock market in a number of stocks not usually offering the most prominence There were rather feverish fluctuations in some of the stocks. Hasty sales to realize were disquieting rather than re assuring. Harriman Pacific's. Reading, Steel, Amalgamated Copper and American Smelting dropped to lowest levels. The movement of these stocks determined the undertone of the whole market. Bonds were irregular. STOCKS Amalgamated Copper 84 U, American Smelting 94.. Atchison 9S'i, St. Paul 14974. New York Central 116, Penn sylvania 129H. Reading 139T. South ern Pacific 119H. Union Pacific 184, U. S. Steel 56, U. S. Steel pfd. 112. GRAIN . Chicago, ..Nov. 28. Wheat closed easy to a shade higher to a shade low er; final quotations, December $1.03's c; Mai- $1.08. Corn, weak, closed weak at the lowest point, prices c to iWc low er. December closed 62.4 T c. May 63 c. Oats closed weak at the lowest point. prices i,4c lower, December 48c; May 60,c. METALS New York, Nov. 28. No change of consequence occurred in the metal market in the absence of cables today. Tin was reported easy $29.57 'a 29.95. Copper was firm. Some larger pro ducers are said to be holding for higher prices. Lake $14. Z'i'ii 14.50; electro lytic $14.12' n 14.25; castings $14.00 14.12. Lead was dull $4.27' "i 4.32U. Spelter was steadv. Iron was unchanged. CATTLE AND SHEEP Chicago, Nov. 28. Cattle receipts . day were 2.000. The market was steady. Beeves $3.307.60; Texans $3.40i 4.30; western $3.10ff 5.60; stockers and feed ers $2.6014.70; cows and heifers $1.50 f 4.90; ca'ves $5. 006.75. Sheep receipts 2.000. The market was steady. Natives $2.50; westerns $2.60ffj4.6O; yearling $4.10fi 4.85; lambs M OO'S 6.50; westerns $4.006.30. THE KEASBY STRIKE. A Withdrawal of Troops From the Scene of Disorder. Perth Amboy, N. J., Nov. 28. Four of the six companies of state troops, which have been on guard at the works of the National Fire Troofing company at Keasby, where rioting led to the shooting of six strikers by dep uty sheriffs, were withdrawn tonight. The action, leaving about 200 men for guard duty, was the outcome of a telephone conference between Gov ernor Fort and Col. Duncan, who has been in charge of the troops, followed by a further conference which in cluded Sheriff Quackenboss and offi cials of the company. The citizens ran o"i I f niinio rvli Cofae jj H The aroma-tight can protects 1 1 t H it against impurities and deteri- 3 1 T H oration never sold in bulk. U I v Your E001 Rrind it H I a better if ground at home not R 4 toofine. . I! v H.frHHin 1,111 11 111111 80 ACRES ilh 8 Room I Brick House Fine land that will grow al- X falfa or beets. Water bought and ditches in fine shape. A good home and on good terms. $125. An Acre i Greene & Griffin ! REAL ESTATE & INVEST- i MENT CO. 127 North Center St. of Perth Amlioy met in mass meeting today and demanded the withdrawal of the soldiers. An attempt to re sume operations failed today. The day passed without disorder. o Good country butter, 25c. Best eggs. 40c. McKee's. RUSSIAN REFUGE. Either a Common Murderer or a Political Offender. Chicago, Nov. 28. United States Commissioner Foote had difficulty in restraining the outburst of applause today when he declared that Chris tian Rudowicz, the Russian revolu tionist, need not divulge the names of his comrades who plotted with him against the czar of Russia. Rudowicz is the defendant in ex tradition proceedings, wherein the Russian government claims that the exile Is a murderer, and the latter in sists that he was merely a member of a political committee which or dered the execution of three spies. A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever I R. T. Folix Goureud'a Oriental Cream or Magical Boautlflor. RtiKivi Tan, Pimples, Knek. M.'lh Pjtchra, Ktiti, sad faia LiM-aM-a, ana evtry b.enti on beauty, and de flm detection. It haft stood the t..l of yrara. and la no hamilta we taste it tnbefurtlt la properly n.af!e. Accept ncjcovjni-" fcil of e-iUiiLir came. Dr. L. A. fare laid to a lady of the taut, t n t patirnti: "As you ladiea Till dm thtn. 1 recommrnd 'GoMrNMrl1 ff'renm a tne f.at harmr-.il of all the kin preparation.." i r r-.le iy all drucclftta and Fancy. tjo4a D-a.era in tec Uvi K.aea, Canada and Europe. mil. MRS, Prct, 37 Great Jooa Stet liw Ttrk H, l ,, ,, ,, ,;i, 1 ,;, ,H, ,i. ,t, ,, .t,,;.,,, ,t, KROUSKOP'S SPECIAL f j BEST STAR HAM PER POUND 14C RED CROWN GASOLINE I 5GAL.CAN$1.75 PEARL OIL 5 GAL.CAN$1.35 Best Bulk Oil 5 GAL. $1.15 KROUSKOP GROCER 5 Points Piione Main 270 I deliver to all Phoenix. My solicitors will call on notice. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H-H"! II It I in M'flfr? i :: 1 1 D 31 J W nam Sale ;i Phone ! Main : 113 Why Do You Keep on Buying Common Soap? When Twin, Cake Amberose Soap may be had at 10c a cake, or 3 for 25c. Twin Cake Amlierose Soap is a delicately perfumed hand soap, as pure in the soap line as it is possible to procure and used exclusively by many of the best families In town. You would use it, too, if you knew how good it was. See our bargain table 10c, 3 for 25c. THE BUSY DRUG STORE. ill Mail and I A. L. BOEHMER'S BUSY DRUG STORE HAS IT. $11 Rural Orders I Solicited 1 1 t n 1 n i 11 1 1 11 1 v 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 win r 1 WALL PAPER 6HEAP 4 Phoenix Hardware Co. ill III 1 IIH I 111 I HI I I !! THE FRENCH KITCHEN THE RIGHT PLACE TO EAT. Will ka open day and night Short orders and regular maaia. YEE BEN CO, PROPS. 11 Wst Wash. St ATTENTION RANCHERS, MINERS AND PROSPECTORS. Let me sell you the supplies. I know what you need and have the goods, fresh and at lowest prices. Canned goods, pre serves, pickles, bacon 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 sea f RAN II GMEBEL'S J18 W. Wash. St, Phoenix. Phone 43. 4 The Real Test of a laundry is what its patrons think of it. Ask our patrons about us. -:- -:- -:- .h-h-H'I Minn .;. 1 1 ; ; i 1 ; 1 1 ,"t, I The White House! Clothing Company Has just received a large con- 4. slgnment of merchandise which consists of principally Fall and T I 4 Winter Wear for ladies, gents J X and children. You will save X T money by calling on us. T J .. 211-216 E. Washington St j HH'rr'Nr!rW..I..?.il.lI..I..l.j 3 I THE HOFFMAN CIGAR U TAND, C J. DOYLE, PROP. CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broadway A Canter. wsZa I'M 1 lllllHllllUlllllM. 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. 60t per pound. Chas. J. Sanichas, 44 West Washington St ', Phone Red 202L H-H iiiiiiiiimtimmi Open Until Midnight 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. 1 P. T. HURLEY The Central Market 17 West Washington St. Phone Main 12. 1 1 .h i n 1 u-ntwiH inn . 1 I M I I t I 1 1 II HI I 1 1 I 1 1 1 POULTRY MEN Attention A carload Chicken Food just in. Beef Scrap, 100 lbs SI.50 Blood, 100 lbs S-1.50 Bone, 100 lbs S3.00 Shell. 100 lbs S2.30 Oil Cake, 100 lbs $-1.00 Grit, 100 lbs S2.00 Alfalfa Meal, 100 lbs S2.50 .Meat Meal, 100 lbs $3.50 Chick Food. 100 lbs. .. $3.50 KSB Food, 100 lbs S3.25 pround Chille, per lb 15 Dill's Seed House Phone Black SH2. 126 North Center St THE MISSION A resort for gentlemen. The original BUDWEISER BEER on draught FRANK CONNELLEY, Pre a. -"- -i... --.-t GREER -STARK PLUMBING CO. 217 W. Wash. Street Phone Red 3361 WE GUARANTEE SATIS FACTION. LET US FIG URE ON TOUR PLUMBING SEND IN TOUR REPAIRS. THEY WILL GET OUR PROMPT ATTENTION. Willi 1 1 II 1 I 1 laM Hill M f THERE'S A REASON f WHY STEWART & TEMPLIN have the largest Bicycle repair T trade In rhoenix, at the Bike Hospital" .Next door to Post m Office. Phone Black 3291. IMMIMIIHIII 11 HIM tlj iiinimiiiiiii hi m iifw in i Gentlemen NO CLOTHES RE TURNED FROM OUR LAUNDRY WITHOUT BUTTONS. Troy Laundry 215 W. Jeff. St Phone Main 159. I THE HOTEL AT HOLLYWOOD, Hollywood, California. An Meal winter resort. .Mission architecture. Situated midway between Los Angeles and the ocean in the frostless belt. M ill n 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 1 1 n n I Capital $100,000.00 The National Bank of Arizona, AT PHOENIX. , Solicits the deposits and general 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, Cashlsr. SOL LEWIS, Vice. President J. J. SWEENEY, Assist. CashUr. W1III1IHIIHI 1'rMt . minimum n i inn n 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 Bafety and convenience. We Invito your account. jj The Valley Bank of Phoenix jj E. J. BENXITT, President II I III 1 HI MI11I M I I I M I W. F. NICHOLS. President J. M. SWETNAM. GEO. Vice-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. MACHINE WORKS. Cor. Second and Adams Sts. Phone Red 828. YEE SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private rooms and family stylo 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, 25c. Short orders all night 33 North Center Street Phoenix, Arizona. ALWAYS CLEAN, HAVE The California We buy only the best in the market and our cooking speaks for itself. 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 79CL 11 West Wash. St 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 Purses. 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- : H tion. Ford Hotel Pharmacy 138 West Washington St Phoenix, Arizona. Freight and Baggage carefully and quickly handled. Storage at reasonable rates. Pioneer and Consolidated Transfer and Storage Go. i Baggage office, 116 North Center St j Telephone Main 142. General office, 42 South Center St Telephone Main 74. J. - .,: 11 1 -m 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 Surplus $100,000.00 1 HIIHl.'ll!llHttMMMi - n -m iww'i a- i wnni"! 1 1 1 LLOYD B. CHRISTY, Cashier. M H ! 1 I 1 111 1 1 1 I'M I Ml M H- H. LUTGERDINQ, Casaler. & Messinger Phoenix, Arizona. PROMPT SERVICE. YOU TRIED Restaurant 33 N. 1st. Ate. Restaurant Eat Nice Private Rooms for Parties Orders at All Hours. MEALS, 25c MARK LAND, Proprietor. The HOFFMAN Evert hi ng First Class Famous Tcny Faust Eeer on Draught JACK GIBSON, Proprietor. GOLD HOTEL ANTON GOLD, Prop. Third and Washington Sts. Fine, clean rooms, centrally located; SOc per night and up. Come and investigate . CHIROPODIST. Painless removal of Corns, 60 cents each. Bunions, Moles and Warts, removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe cialty. Men, Ladles arid Children treated day or evenings. Between First and Center St., on Adams. Phon Red 8072. FRANK SHIRLEY. FLORAL STAND AND RACKS For Funerals. Bis Shipments In. Phoenix Flower House Chas Burroughs