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THE AKIZOXA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY 3IORXIN'fi, DEE3IBER 1, 190S.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day in th Year By THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. GEO. W. TICKERS. Pre and Gen. Mgr. The European nations approve our agreement with Japan, perhaps more as a shattering of a tradition against "entangling alliances." They would like to see the Monroe doctrine go next. .1H H"H"H I'M II 1 I H"M "H"! 1 t What good- - -is a ' Hot Water , Bottle As soon as a "ot Water Bottle if it Leaks or Fountain Syringe Leaks Open Until Midnight 80 ACRES o - . V Exclusive Morning Asaeclated rrcM Dispatches. . Publication offices Corner Second and Adams strets. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the poetoffloe at Phoenix, ArUoaa, aa mall matter ef tae aecond elasa. SUBSCRIPTION R1TM. By mall, dally, one year 4 W eekly, one year aw Caah in adTanoa. BT CARRIER. Dally, per month The Arizona Republican la en aale at all of Amos' street- newe stand wagons in Los Angeles, Baa Diego and Long beach. THOENIX, ARIZONA, DEC. 1, 1908 THE OREGON PREDICAMENT. This paper has always been and is now opposed to the scheme of electing senators by a direct vote. It was first promulgated by demagogues and adopted by populists and then by democrats. We regret tUsay it has found adherents in late "ars in a certain element of the republican party. It is just as essential today as it was when the government was founded that there should be one branch of the government free to act upon its best judgment, undisturbed by temporarily misdirected popular sentiment. But notwithstanding these firmly fixed views on the subject of electing senators by the popular vote we have no sympathy with those -republican papers which are now joining in the appeal to the republican legislators of Oregon to disregard the promises they made before the primaries in that state where the legislature. though strongly republican, was di rected by a large majority of voters to elect Governor Chamberlain, a democrat, to the senate. The arguments in favor of "welch ing" are not even specious. It is said that a primary giving the people an expression of their preference for senator is contrary' to the spirit of the constitution and is therefore not binding. It is not contended that it is binding. The legislators have a legal right to disregard the choice of the voters and in any event they must elect a senator in the manner prescribed by the constitution, so that there can be no violation of the let ter of that instrument, though a pos "sible thwarting of the purpose of the men who made it. However, so long as the provisions of the constitution are literally observed there seems to le no violation of it. Another argument in favor of "welching" is this: "If they (the leg islators) carry out this promise, they will virtually violate the spirit of the federal constitution; they will saddle their state fur six years with a sen ator inacceptable to a large majority of the people of Oregon, who will thus be misrepresented in the senate by one who will vote on about every question diametrically against what the people of Oregon regard as right and as for the good of the state." It can hardly be said that Governor Chamberlain would be "inacceptable to a large majority of the people of Oregon" when a large majority of the people have named him as their choice. The fact that Oregon is strongly republican, no more so now than it was then, does not alter the fact that most of the Oregonian vot ers preferred him to the republican candidate. The members of the leg islature who are exacted to vote for him are those who stood on "State ment No. 1." If they had not done so they probably would not have been elected. Their action was entirely voluntary. Republican Oregon has made its bed and should lie in it. It can in that position get a better and more bitter taste of its folly and the Kooner, seek a cure for it. It will also serve the better as a "horrible example" to other republican states which in the last two years have lcn following the false gods of "re form." If the late Jay Gould could be heard again he would probably express re gret that he had not continued in his modest career of county sur veyor. What doth it profit a man to gain the whole world and raise up progeny to scandalize two conti nents? Now is a good time for the Hay tien revolution. The Kitchel-Papke fight is out of the way, the football season is officially ended and there is nothing else to be pulled off for the next week or so. As we understand it, the defense of the Standard Oil company will be that our tribulations as a result of its operations are not a marker to those of foreign consumers of the Standard's products. This may be considered a plea in abatement. The year lf0S will be looked back upon by residents of the Salt River valley as the period within which cot ton growing was successfully begun. It is no wonder the people of San Francisco have quit trampling over one another to get .to the Ruef trial. The whole country is tired of it. The New York newspapers will never be satisfied until they find out who those Gould divorce suit co-respondents are. ANDREW MILLER BUYS THE OWL PHARMACY It WMI Be Opened Today Under the New Management. Will Be Re stocked to Meet Demands of Pre scription Work, The Owl Pharmacy, owned and con ducted for a long time by E. H. Wint ers at the corner of Adams street and First avenue, changed hands yesterday when Andrew Miller, who for five years past has been connected with the Adams Pharmacy, assumed proprietor ship. A corporation has been formed for the conduct of the business, though Mr. Miller is practically the owner and will be the manager. The present nome. The Owl Pharmacy, will be con tinued, that being the corporate name. E. AVinters will retire from the drug business and devote his energies en tirely to his other business. For sometime past the Owl Phar macy has had no pharmacist, having been conducted as a store for the sale of drugs and sundries and giving no at tention to prescription work. Mr. Mil ler is a competent pharmacist himself and will be assisted by Charles R. Bachmann, also an experienced phar macist who has been with him for a long time during his management of the Adams Pharmacy. It is the pur pose of the new management of the Owl Pharmacy to restock the drug de partment and give special attention to this feature of the business. Later on there may be some remodeling of the store, but for the present, attention will be devoted entirely to a reorganization of the stock and the adding of any thing that may be needed to make it a first class and up to date pharmacy Mr. Miller is already in charge and though the work of inventory is in progress he will be on hand this morn ing and hereafter, to greet friends and patrons. REDS KEPT FAITH WITH THE WINNERS A High School Contest Auxiliary To the Late Field Meeting, A short time ago when it became desirable to insure the success of the late athletic meet between the Phoe nix High school and the Normal, the former devised a method of hustling business that proved very successful. Two committees were appointed to sell tickets in advance of the meet, there being seven on each committee. Members of the committee selling the greatest number of tickets were to be the guests of the other committee at an entertainment to be given at some convenient time after the meet. One of the committees was named the Black and the other the Red. The Blacks won in the contest for sale of tickets and last night the Reds not only entertained them' but warmed up their hearts and invited the entire school to enjoy their hospitality. The function was held in the assembly room last night. There was a very in teresting program of music, recitations and speech making followed by the serving of Hassayampa brick icecream and dainty cookies. Following is the program: Vocal Solo Blanche Hugres Recitation Ben Kimber Vocal Solo Clarence Tolleson Speech on the Meet. .Herschel Smith Vocal Solo R. Stroud Piano Solo Rema Dorri3 ARMY OF UNEMPLOYED RECRUITED AT BISBEE Some Are Hoboes But Most-Are Men Seeking Work. Bisbee, Ariz., Nov. 27. (Special Correspondence of The Republican.) At the present time Bisbee is being overrun by men out of work and beg ging food and shelter. Some of them are hoboes pure and simple but. a goodly proportion are men who have been attracted here by the prospect of work in the mines or a chance to share in the J250.000 which the city council proposes to use in building roadways and laying water mains. The various delays, however, to which the city council has ben put in the matter of selling the bonds makes it impossible for the city to furnish labor for an other month yet. The members of the Elks lodee will hold a memorial service in the Or pheum theater on December fi and ac cording to the secretary it will be the most impressive service ever held bv any organization in this city. Music for the occasion will be furnished by Penny's orchestra assisted by outside musicians and visiting members from all the lodges In the territory are ex pected in great numbers. . THE BEST COUGH CURE A half-ounce of Virgin Oil of Pine, two ounces of Glycerine and a half pint of whisky, mixed, will cure any cough that is curable and break a cold in 24 hours. Take a teaspoonful every four hours. Ask your druggist for the genuine Leach's Virgin Oil of Pine compound pure, -prepared and guaranteed by the Leach Chemical Co., Cincinnati, O. With 8 Room Brick House Fine land that will grow al falfa or beets. Water bought and ditches in fine shape. t A good home and on good terms. $125. An Acre Greene & Griffin REAL ESTATE & INVEST MENT CO. A 127 North Center St. W'M'I'II'M' 1 H"1"H ! ! ili V I S 1H MM lllllll H'l H I M M- Surprise Store f One lady remarked to her friend here today, "Why this is a regular surprise store." She found we had place cards for dinner parties. So it is a "surprise store." It surprises our customers to find articles in our stock they didn't expect. Bridge Cards. Place Cards. Playing Cards. Whist Cards. Program Pencils. Tally Cards. RUBBER STAMPS. Prompt service. We send your rubber stamp order to Los An geles today. Your stamp Is here for you the third day after. BOOKS FOR CHILDREN. Teddy Bears in Fun and Frolic. ABC Book with pictures. Child's Story of the Old Tes tament. Many others. MAY WE SHOW YOU? Post Office News Store ! I'W 1 M' 1 '1 1 1' H"I"H"M"M I 1 Seventeen to 0 tells the story of the Thanksgiving football game between the Douglas and tha Risbee boys. The Bisbee boys however are not discour aged but are already at work prepay ing to do better next time. The identity of the murdered man found near Oshorn some daye ago is still a matter of conjecture although the Impression is very strong that it was II. Thurman, the missing grocery man." See those fine portraits at Mealey's, Hartwell Studio, L"J South 2nd St. WHIM'! 1 Ml I !! 'MM I 1 111 KROUSKOPS SPECIAL Ham Sale ! BEST STAR HAM -4 m PER POUND 14C RED CROWN GASOLINE X 5 GAL. CAN $1. 75 ill PEARL OIL 5 GAL.CAN$1.35 Best Bulk Oil 5 GAL. $1.15 KROUSKOP GROCER 5 Points Phone Main 270 I deliver to all Phoenix. My solicitors will call on notice. Its usefulness is over. Every Hot Water - Ilottle or Fountain Syringe bought here is guaranteed for one year against breakage or leakage. We' do. this be cause we know our Rubber Goods are the best ob tainable, and no matter what you pay you will not get better value. THE BUSY DRUG STORE. A. L. BOEHMER'S Northeast cor. Center and Washington. Phone Main 113 H H"H H ' 1 ' H"l ii I"l"l'H"t"H WALL PAPER CHEAP Phoenix Hardware Co. M 1 I I I I HM I M l M l 1 1 H 1 1 ll THE FRENCH KITCHEN THE RIGHT PLACE TO EAT. STIU fee open day and night. Short orders and regular meals. YEE BEN CO, PROPS. 11 West Wash. St, ATTENTION RANCHERS, MINERS PROSPECTORS. AND 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 see fRANfi GRIEBEL'S 218 W. Wash. St, Phoenix. Phone 43. The Real Test of a laundry is . what its patrons think of it Ask our patrons about us. -:- -:- -:- H"M"M"I M Itl lllll 1 1HM M l The While House f Clothing Company Has just received a large con signment of merchandise which consists of principally Fall and Winter Wear for ladies, gents and children. You will save money by calling on us. 214-210 E. Washington St -H"H"l"H"i"l"!"H-H 1 M 1 t l it 1 in. THE HOFFMAN CIGAR STAND, . J. DOYLE, PROP. CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. a m - v wuwn R jP'1Wsis OUR FAMOUS SUPREMUS We have Just started to again make this delicious Soft Cream Chocolate Candy. Phone or . cum. tjruers aenvered to any I address in city. 60 per f pound. it Chas. J. Sanichas, ?! 44 West Washington Phone Red 202L St I 1IIIHHII 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 St. Phone Main 12. I""!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!11!1 M"1"H' I H t'Ktf I I 1 1 HIIHH IH tMMt POULTRY MEN Attention A carload Chicken Food just in. Reef Scrap, 100 lbs S-I.50 Blood, 100 lbs S-4.50 Bone, 100 lbs S3.00 Shell. 100 lbs S2.50 Oil Cake, 100 lbs... S 1.00 Grit. 100 lbs S2.00 Alfalfa Meal. 100 lbs S2.50 Meat Meal, 100 lbs S3.50 Chick Food, 100 lbs S3.50 Egg Food. 100 lbs S3.25 Ground Chille, per lb 13 Hill's Seed House Phone Black J-142. 1J6 North Center St THE MISSION A resort for gentlemen. The original BUOWEISER BEER on draught FRANK CONNELLEY, Pres. GREER -STARK PLUMBING CO. 217 W. Wash. Street Phone Red 3361 WE GUARANTEE SATIS FACTION. LET US FIG URE ON YOUR PLUMBING SEND IN YOUR REPAIRS. THEY WILL GET : OUR PROMPT ATTENTION. vr HI I 1 1 1 I I 1 I 1 1 Htl M I H I THERE'S A REASON t , . why ;; I; STEWART & TEMPLIN " ; ; have the largest Bicycle repair trade In Phoenix, at the I "Bike Hospital" I Next door to Post Office. 1 ! Phone Black 3291. ', ', 'iMMMlHHIIIIIIIIllltf 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 ideal winter resort. Mission architecture. Situated midway between Los Angeles and the ocean in the frostless belt. 1 I I 1"I MM HI lllllliniHI 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. T EMIL GANZ, President. 80L LEWIS, Vice. President iiiiiDiiiiiiiniiiiMMomiiiiniMiMmMMMM The Books f are a record of busiress history. 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. The Valley Bank of Phoenix f EL J. BENNITT. President t-V l I I 1 1 I I 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I I I1 1 I TV. F. NICHOLS. President. J. M. SWETNAM, . GEO. Vice-President UNION BANK & TRUST CO. 30 NORTH CENTER 8T. GENERAL BANKING. PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION. FOR SALE 80 FEET IN TWO 40-FOOT LENGTHS STEAM HOSE. BARGAIN. Kunz Bros. & Messinger MACHINE WORKS. Second and Adams Sts. Phone Red 828. Cor. YEE SING'S AMERICAN HITCH EN 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, 25c 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 HITCH EN 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 Chlness dishes for parties at all hours. Thone Black 79G1. 11 West Wash. St YEE BEN CO, PROP. Garden City Restaurant Coolest and Cleanest Place In Town to Eat Nice Private Rooms for Parties and Families. Short Orders at All Hours. REGULAR 22 and 24 East Washington St Nos, 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 tion. Ford Hotel Pharmacy 138 West Washington St Phoenix, Arizona. Freight and Baggage carefully Storage and quickly handled, at reasonable rates. Pioneer and Consolidated Transfer and Storage Go. Baggage office. 116 North Center St ' Telephone Main 142. j General office, 42 South Center St 1 Telephone Main 74. ! 9 I " 1 ! I I I I I I 11 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 11 Surplus $100,000.00 o. UDtrr ciuc.ii, viinnr. J. J. BWttNLT, Assist, maimer. of this Bank i On them are written the daily J . LLOYD B. CHRISTY, Cashier. X I I'l 1 H 1 1 I I 1 H I 1 1 11 I I 4-t 1 I I 1 I H. LUTGERDINQ. Cashier. A RARE Phoenix, Arizona. PROMPT SERVICE. YOU TRIED Restaurant 33 N. 1st. Ave. and our cooking speaks for itself. MEALS, :5c. MARK LAND, Proprietor. The HOFFMAN Everthlng 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. Come and Investigate . J CHIROPODIST. Painless removal of Corns, SO cents each. Bunions, Moles and Warts, removed by electricity.- Ingrow ing Toenails a epe- cialty. treated Ladles and Children or evenings. Between First and Center St. on Adams. Phone Red 8072. FRANK SHIRLEY. FLORAL STAND AND RACKS For Funerals. Big Shipments in. Phoenix Flower House Chas Burroughs Men, day