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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, 3IOXDAY 3IORXIXC, DECE3IBER 7, 1908.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day in the Year By THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING' COMPANY. GEO. VT. VICXER3. Pre, and Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. Publication officer Corner Second and Adams strets. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the poatofflce at Phoenix. Arlzoaa, aa mall matter ef the aecond class. SUBSCRIPTION RATE. By mall, daily, one year JI W Weekly, one year S.M Cash In advance. BY CARRIER. Dally, per mouth ....n.TI eta. The Arlxona Republican la en pale at all of Amos' street news stand wagons In Los Angeles, San Diego and Long Beach. PHOENIX, ARIZONA, DEC. 7, 1908. 1IR. SMITH'S CANDOR. Hun. Marcus A. Smith reached Washington last Friday night and ac cording to an Arizona Star siecial was promptly interviewed regarding the late territorial campaign and its results. Mr. Smith unbosomed himself with a frankness which recalls the story of the sale of Kleinfelter's dog. Kleinfelter, of Pennsylvania-Dutch extraction, was about to emigrate fmm Ohio to the west and had dis posed at public vendue of all his personal possessions except a mon grel cur for which a neighbor some time before had expressed a prefer ence, offering a dollar for the ani mal, which offer was at that time rejected with scorn. Cut Kleinfelter in the meantime changed his mind and directed his twelve-year-old but somewhat slow wilted son to convey the dog to the neighbor. "Ask him," said Klein felter, "two dollars for Carlo, and if he won't give it, let him have him for a dollar." "How much do you want for him?" inquired the neighbor, when the youthful Kleinfelter proffered the dug. The undiplomatic boy replied: "Well, pap told me to ask you two dollars but if you won't give that I'll take one." So, with the guileless Mr. Smith. Right within the shadow of the Cap itol and within earshot of gathering republican senators and representa tives, Mr. Smith takes the wide world into his confidence and describes why the pitcher that went to the well too often, was broken. Said he: "The territorial legislature this fall is heav ily democratic in both branches and it is certain that Arizona i? demo cratic. Tne result of the delegate election in November simply indi cated that the people of the territory though that the choice of a republi can might hasten statehood." In hardly plainer language could Mr. Smith have informed the coun try that there existed in Arizona a widespread conspiracy to bunco con gress. No plainer warning could Mr. Smith have given the republican ma jority that if it did not want another democratic state, it had better keep the door barred against Arizona, a wolf in sheep's clothing. The statement made by Mr. Smith is undiplomatic though it is not true, as to the meaning he- must have sought to convey. There was cer tainly nobody in Arizona during the campaign who had a thought of fool ing congress. The men who will have charge of the statehood bill are far too wily .to be misled by Arizona election returns. ' It was believed though and very reasonably, that if the redoubtable Mr. Smith, admit tedly much the strongest democrat in the territory, could be defeated, the republican party might be considered under normal conditions to have a fighting chance in a state campaign. It was further believed that . the defeat of llr. Smith, who .had in curred the enmity of powerful repub lican leaders, would further our chances of admission and it was also apparent that Mr. Cameron could se cure influence in favor of a statehood bill, that would be beyond the reach of .Mr. Smith. And ' lastly, it was reasonable to suppose that if Arizona should put Itself in accord with the majority in congress, that act would be inter preted as the expression of a strong desire for statehood. Mr. Smith's ingenuous admission that it was the statehood issue that beat him is correct, but his conclu sion that we meant to deceive con gress is wrong. His proposition that Arizona is democratic is, like a geo metrical proposition, something to be proved. The most important event in newspaper circles in recent weeks is the purchase by Mr. Charles H. Gras ty of a half interest in the St. Paul Dispatch. Mr. Grasty until recently has for some years been editor of tlie Baltimore- News, which owes its prominence and influence in that part of the south, largely to his genius. Mr. Grasty, one of the best known newspaper men in the country, began his journalistic career in Kansas City about a score of years ago. He had been managing editor of the Kansas City Times before he was twenty-one years of age.' George Thompson, who has controlled the Dispatch for a quarter of a century, has given it a place in the front rank of the In fluential papers, of the northwest and it may well be believed that the joint efforts of two such men as Mr. Thompson and Mr. Grasty will still further extend the influence and use fulness of the Dispatch. The perils of football having been passed, now comes the season when death lurks under the ice, for luck less skaters that is, where there is ice. In this country he has to set a different kind of a trap. Let's see, last Thursday was the time when the Missouri and Kansas preachers in the zinc belt were going to pray for an increase of the tariff on that commodity. Yet, we have heard of no results. It is hardly necessary to advise readers to do their Christmas ' shop ping early and avoid the rush. That advice, irresistible and conielling, is shouted at them from the show windows. Let everybody get into the harness 'and push for statehood during the coming session of congress. Binl.ee Review. Well, get in but don't kick the harness to pieces. '! 1 4 H I I - - - -- AMUSEMENTS t riui i H ill aJ RACE. HORSES IN THE CLANSMAN The equine actors in "The clansman" have become famous from one end of the country to the other. The animals are taken on tour in a special box car. They are not ordinary' nags, by the way but retired race horses including sev eral old-time winners of handicap anil stake events, and they served their stage apprenticeship in the famous chariot race in "Ken Hur." One of them is named "Erlangder" after the head of the Theatrical Trust. At the word of command the horses, capari soned in f lowing white robes and bear ing their Ku Klux Klan riders, dash across the st;ige at full gallop to the rescue of the Camerons in tho third act. The Ku Klux Klan Cavalry will be seen on parade when the play comes to town for its initial engage ment at the Elks theater on Dec. S. NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING All stockholders of the Arizona Gold and Copper Hill Mining company are hereby notified that there will be a meeting of Stockholders of said com pany held at its office, 15 East Adams street, in the City of Phoenix, Arizona, on the 14th dav of December, 1!08, at 10 o'clock, a.m., for the purpose of electing officers of said company. The stock books of the company will be closed on the 4th day of December, 1308. Bv order of the Board of Directors. (Signed) C E. HOLLAND, Secretary. Dated Nov. 17, 1308. Finest Burbank potatoes ever brought to phoenix J 1.75 per cwt. at Crump Hay. & Grain Co. The annual meeting of the Stock holders of the Iron Springs fluting club will be held at the office of the Secre tary, No. 27 North Center street, in Phoenix, Arizona, on Thursdar, the luth dav of December, '908, at 7:30 p. m., for the purpose of electing Di rectors and for transacting any other business that may properly come be fore it. W. K- JAMES. Secretary. HIT THE PIER. Oakland. tec. 6. Losing its course in a dense fog, the firry steamer Berkeley early tonight ran into a por tion of ft- :ier trying to make "the" slip on the Oakland side. Four pas sengers were seriously injured. OVER THE FALLS TO DEATH. Washington, Dec. 6. Joseph H. Painter, aged 30, a botanist, and a companion. Robert Wallace, aged 1;. were drowned today trying to shoot the rapids at Stubblefield Falls in the Potomac, with a canoe. SIX DAYS' BICYCLE RACE. New York. Dec. 6. Amid the plaud its of ten thousand spectators Doran do, the Marathon runner, three min utes after midnight, fired the starting gun for the six day bicycle race with J sixteen starters. ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of See Fac-SImlle Wrapper Below. ' Vry small aid as easy . to take as sagas. FOB HEADACHE. FOR DIZZINESS. FOR BtUOUSNESS. FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW J KIR. FOR THE COMPLEXION r5 cts ! Purely J -UP. IMV CURE SICK HEADACHE. CARTER'S STITTLE IflVER j PILLS. ' fr4-M-W"l"H"H"H"l' i I I M 1 1"H' 8 :: 0 ACRES With 8 Room Brick House I Fine lan that will grow al falfa or beets. Water bought and ditches in fine shape. A good home and on good terms. X $125. An Acrel Greene & Griffin f REAL ESTATE & INVEST- MENT CO. 127 North Center St. I 1 I I I 1 1 M i l I I I ! '!"!"! I'M'W t"i- Krouskop at 5 Points Retails Groceries at Wholesale Prices I Am Overstocked on Nuts and Goodies English Walnuts, per lb 20c Brazil Nuts, per lb ...20c Hazel Nuts, per lb 20c P. Nuts, per lb 5C Pecans, per lb 20C Almonds, per lb 15c New Dates, 2 lbs 25C New Raisins, per pack age 0c New Currants, per package 0c Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel New C. Pumpkin, per can 20(5 New Mince Meat, (in bulk and box) 2 for 25C r AH kinds of New Honey. It is great. Trust Me I will give you good honest goods, honest . weight. I want your trade. I Have The Goods Si My Solicitor, will call on notice. 'Phone Main 270. I de liver to all Phoenix. Best Hams, per lb 4c Best Bacon, per lb 7C 15 lbs. C. Sugar $ QO Krouskop Grocery 5 Points - 5 Points I What good is a Hot Water Bottle if it Leaks As soon as a Hot Water Bottle or Fountain Syringe Leaks Its usefulness Is over. Every Hot Water Bottle or Fountain Syringe bought here is guaranteed for one year against breakage or leakage. We do this be cause we know our Rubber (Joods 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 Phone Main 113 Northeast cor. Center 4 1 in imiinw iniimuMUMiiumiiii iiumih ! JUST FOR HIM! IN OUR ADAMS STREET CORNER WINDOW WE ARE DISPLAYING SOME PRETTY CHOICE THINGS FOR MEN. IF YOU'RE BOTHERED ABOUT WHAT TO GIVE HIM FOR XMAS, WE UNDOUBTEDLY CAN HELP YOU. Adams Pharmacy j t HENR Y B. CA TE, Mgr HOME OF Ulllllll I 1 I 1 HI II I II I 1 I MlllllilllH Mil 11 1 tUil WALL PAPER CHEAP Phoenix Hardware Co. It 4 1IMII I 111 lilt 11111 1111111111 HtH I I I MMMM THE FRENCH KITCHEN THE RIGHT PLACE TO EAT. Will be open day and night. Short orders and regular meals. YEE BEN CO, PROPS. 11 Wast Wash. St. ATTENTION RANCHERS, MINERS AND PROSPECTORS. Let me sell you tho 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 FRANK GRIEBEL'S 218 W. Wash. St, Phoenix. Phone 43. i The White House Clothing Company T Has Just received a large con- Tj signment of merchandise which consists of principally Fall and T Winter Wear for ladies, gents and. children. You . will save nion by calling on us. fif J .. JI14-21B E. Washington St. THE HOFFMAN CIGAR STAND, . J. DOYLE, PROP. CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broaaway & Center. M il iTW-ilM 1 I'M 1 IIUMlIlHlUlHUtt OUR FAMOUS SUPREMUS We have Just started to again ? make this delicious Soft Cream T Chocolate Candy. Phone or X call. Orders delivered to any address In city. Q06 per pound. Chas. J. Sanichas, 44 West Washington St. Phone Red 2021. 'U 1 1 km n mmnmm( I! The Real Test!"; of a laundry is 3 what its patrons think of it. Ask 1 & j our patrons about I Ij ! H I 11 I I I I I III l I i 1 1 frfr ll it t Open Until Midnight Free Celivery and Washington. IN HOTEL ADAMS ..I PURE DRUGS. !! 1 1 I I It I H t HI l I M I MM 1 1 HI 11 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 II 1 1 1 M MM POULTRY MEN Attention A carload Chicken Food just In. Ueef Scrap, 100 lbs. -S-1.50 Blood, 100 lbs S-1.50 Bone, 100 lbs S3.00 Shell, 100 lbs 82.50 Oil Cake, 100 lbs S4.00 Grit, 100 lbs S2.00 Alfalfa Meal, 100 Ibs....S2.50 Meat Meal, 100 lbs S3.50 Chick Food, 100 lbs S3.50 Efe-g Food, 100 lbs S3.25 Ground Cliille, per lb 15 Hill's Seed House Phone Black 8142. 12C North Center St THE MISSION A resort for gentlemen. The origins! BUDWEISER BEER on draught. FRANK CONNELLEY, Prep. 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. THET WILL GET OUR PROMPT ATTENTION. ii iiiiiiKiinni m iVilm THERE'S A REASON f WHT f STEWART & TEMPLIN f T have the largest Bicycle repair T trade In Phoenix, at the: : ? 1 "Bike Hospital" ,Next door to Post Office, f I Phone Black 3291. I MtHH 1 1 t H III 1 1 n M"H Gentlemen NO CLOTHES RE-" TURNED FROM OUR LAUNDRY WITHOUT BUTTONS. Troy Laundry 215 W. Jeff. St. Phone Main 159. Ir 4. . ... ...... THE HOTEL AT Hollywood, Vaiirornia. An Ideal winter resort. Mission architecture. Situated midway between Los Angeles and the ocean in the frostless belt. tinilll 1 I 111111 1 MiH'I 1 Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 The National Bank of Arizona, AT PHOENIX. OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY Prompt attention given to collections and all business details, and courteous treatment to all of our many tourists. Headquarters for all visitors. E. Ganz, President. S. Oberfelder, Cashier. Sol Lewis, Vice President. J. J. Sweeney, Ass't. Cashier. 4 U MM 1 1 111111 '1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii i it u i m m iii The Books of this Bank are a record of busiress 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. ill The Valley Bank of Phoenix i E. J. BENNITT. President H I Mr II 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I W. F. NICHOLS. J. M. 8WETNAM, GEO. H. LUTGERDtNQ. President. Vice-President Casaler. UNION BANK & TRUST CO. SO NORTH CENTER 8T. GENERAL BANKING PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION. FOR an tFFT in TWrt an. FOOT I Kunz Bros. MACHINE WORKS. Cor. Second and Adams Sts. Phone Red 828. TOM'S AMERICAN HITCH EN j Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private rooms j and family style when desired. Tom docs all his own pastry- For a good i dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Tom's new I American Kitchen. Regular meals, 23c. Short orders all night, i 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. MISS CHARLOTTA MILLS, Prop. 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 Chlness dishes for parties at aM hours. Phone Black 7961. 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 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. Baggage office, 118 North Center St. TeleDhone Main tit General office, 42 South Center St Telephone Main 74. I H HOLLYWOOD, "l';H"l I I Hl'M 1 I I I I I I I I II HM IIMIIIH1IMH'MMMIIM n n 1 1 n m i it 1 1 m i 1 1 1 1 1 1 LLOYD B. CHRISTY. Cashier. 1 M 1 I I III I 1 I IIM I I'M I' 1 111- SALE PNfiTHS STEAM HOSE. A RARE BARGAIN. J & Messinger Phoenix, Arizona. YOU TRIED PROMPT SERVICE. 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 Tony Faust Beer on Draught JACK GIBSON, Proprietor. CHIROPODIST. Painless removal of Corns, 60 cents each. Bunions, Moles and Warts, removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe cialty. Men, Ladles and Chl'dren treated day or evenings. Bei een First and Center St., on A is. Phone Red 8072. FRANK SHIR FLORAL STAND AND RACKS For Funerals. Big Shipments in. Phoenix Flower House Chas Burroughs I If GOLD HOTEL J I ANTON GOLD, Prop. H B Third and Washington Sts. I Fine, clean rooms, centrally I H located; COc per night and up. I B Come and investigate . B aesrmnTiaaiiiaiitiaiJiuikwuk.BMS.Jy