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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1909.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day In the Year By THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. GEO. W. VICKERS, Prea. A Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Horning Associated Press Dispatches. . Publication office: Corner Second and Adams Streets. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second A SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By null, daily, one year IJ-00 Weekly, ene year " BT CARRIER. Pally, per month 78 eta. The Arlxon Republican is on sale at 11 of Amos' street news stand wagons in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Long Beach. PHOENIX, ARIZONA, AfO. 18, 1909. ' The Association of American i r Advertisers (New York City) has examined and certified to tlie circulation ot this publication. Only the figures ol cireoisUoa contained is its report art 1 L gusxaaiee oy ins Association. i . . . . -i i The Republican Is me omy newspaper In Arizona, holding two certificates of circulation from the above Association, and bases all advertising contracts thereon. The average circulation, per From Oct 1. VtOi, to March II. 107 28 m. Ton 1 ions n Feh. 8. 1SW9 .4M These figures represent a larger circu lation than that of all other Phoenix dailies combined, and is the largest in Arizona by more than 2000. The Re publican Is the only Arizona newspaper that makes public its circulation as cer tified to by the Association of American Advertisers, which is the only recognized authority in the United. States. - STATEHOOD AND THE INCOME TAX. A correspondent of the New York Herald, writing from Beverly, Mass, the summer home of the president, says: Here in New England the proposal to admit the twin territories as states is not favored. "That an attempt at statehood means a hard uphill contest is well known to the president, but it will not deter him from the demand that the pledge of the Chicago convention be fulfilled. He regarded the tariff as the first of the pledges to le re deemed and no breakers ahead will deter him from the attempt to com plete the the record. "Opponents of statehood regard their political situation as made stronger by the reference of the in come tax resolution to state legisla tures during the tariff session of con gress. They say that this will influ ence opponents of the income tax to oppose the admission of two new states until the submission of the question to the states has been com pleted or the result shown to be against the income tax amendment to the constitution." We do not think that the income tax will cut as great a figure in the statehood matter as the correspondent appears to befieve. In the first place, those who entertain the motive for opposing statehood, suggested by the Herald correspondent, might easily be regarded as in more or less deter mined opposition to statehood if the Income tax were not an issue. Again, we can hardly believe it will be an issue as related in any way to the statehood question. The pro posal of congress submitted to the state legislatures it is believed will be adopted overwhelmingly, so that the action of two more legislatures would not affect what is regarded as an inevitable result. The chief opposition to the income tax amendment is in the New Eng land states, whence the Herald cor respondent was writing, and where he received .his impression. New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Dela ware will also develop a great deal of opposition, but it is improbable that the legislatures of all those states will refuse to ratify the amend ment. Whatever the politicians of ' other states may think of the amendment, it is not likely that they would under take to defeat an amendment which the people are so clamorously de manding. At any rate, if statehood should receive the support of the senators and representatives of those states which are likely to ratify the amend ment, we could easily bear the oppo sition from the congressmen of states which will probably not ratify it. NO REFLECTION UPON TUCSON. The Republican some time ago re ferred to the cessation of work on the Davis building at Tucson, or rother the failure to begin work on it, on account of a demand upon the proposed builder that he let the con tract to local contractors. Our attention has been directed to an editorial by the Tucson Citizen (though as we usually carefully read that excellent paper, we should have seen it without direction), in which it was stated that the remarks of .The Republican reflected the attitude of the people of Phoenix toward Tucson. What The Republican said was not in any sense a criticism of the people of Tucson as a whole or in any con siderable part. This paper has the greatest respect for the business men and professional men of Tucson and its citizens generally, whose enter prise as well as' hospitality is unsur passed by any town in the territory. The unfortunate demand which stopped work on the Davis building was made in the first Instance by a comparatively few citizens and was more or less willingly supported by others who had a patriotic wish that local artisans should be given ' the benefit of local building operations. This was an expression ' of loyalty in which the rights of an outsider were not considered. That was the trouble. The people of any other town might hare fallen into the same error. THE COMING OK THE PRESI DENT. It is to be regretted that the tour of President Taft will not permit him to see the southern towns of Arizona as well as those of the central and northern part. His favorable im pression of the territory would be increased by a view of Tucson and the large mining camps of Bisbee and Olobe. But since the president can not go to them the next best thing ought to be done their people ought to come to Phoenix, where they may be seen, so that there may be after all an increase of the president's favor able Impression of Arizona. Next to an exhibit of the industrial and com mercial activity of the south would be an exhibition of its citizenship, of which all Arizonians are proud. We hope that the railroads will make it easy for the people of the southern towns to be in Phoenix that day. It is early yet to begin preparations for a fitting reception of Mr. Taft. Many who would be pleased to take a part in the preparations are out of town and some of them will not re turn for a month. There will still be time enotgh in the month that will elapse before the president comes to arrange a reception in which Phoenix shall do itself credit. A BY COUNTY BOARDS As to the Time for Making the Tax Levy. Territorial Auditor Foster yesterday completed the sending out of data concerning the conclusions of the late meeting of the territorial board of equalization, to the various boards of supervisors for their information in preparing their tax levies for the coming year. This information will reach them before next Monday, when the boards must meet for the fixing of the levies. There seems to be a general mis understanding throughout the terri tory regarding the time when this must be done, the prevailing impres sion being that the late date is the third Monday of August. The terri torial auditor is receiving telegrams from out of town board urging the Immediate transmission of the results of the territorial meeting. It is not necessary that the levies should be made before trie fourth Monday of the month, though it has been the practice to make them on the third. The supervisors have gen erally confounded this business with the last meeting of the county board of equalization, which roust be held on the third Monday. Other Merchants I Pay almost as much for goods as I retail them for. I am the only man in the city who retails groceries at wholesale prices. Bring us your butter, eggs and pro duce. I sell for cash and pay cash. Yours for good goods. & Independent 666 w. Washington St. B Phone Main 186. I deliver to all Phoe nix. My solicitor will call on notice. MR. HARR1MAN IN PARIS. Paris, Aug. 17 E. H. Harriman ar rived today by auto and proceeded Im mediately to the home of James Still man. According to his friends, Mr. Harrlman's health has been greatly improved by his sojourn in Europe. Your Collections SINCE I can save money for you on your regular collec tions don't you think it is worth while to Phone Main 47 and ask me to call? I will save money for you. Wesley Knorpp At the Republican r Wakelin Pharmacy First Ave. and Wash. MAIN 184. TJeal Bristles. Beauti ful backs. $1.50 to $4. makes a woman attract- no. Brush your hair The hair, not the hat, with one ot our Howard Brushes PKiloH.Oz&rvrvQ.PK.G. SHOES i We carry the kind that are guaranteed. Our line of Children's X Shoes are said to be perfect. Salim Ackel 3 I 16-18 E. Washington. 4 THE PERFECT FLOUR EMBRACES all of the good qualities of other brands and some extra ones of its own. The Perfect Is not a flour that Is su perior in only one or two qualities. It Is superior all round. It bakes better, goes farther and stays molster than any other. Try a sack just to see what the best of all flours Is Ilk. Ask your grocer. ! M I I I 11 H tH'l"M 11 I I I t DRINK HEALTHFUL VITALIZING VI-TO-ZONE THE NATURAL I MINERAL WATER f n-n im i n ! i i 1 1 i 1 1 1 h i 1H I I I I M-M' I I I H r 1 II I I I fill For . 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I Delivery 8ejceJ fniiim ii 1 1 1 1 in- ton THERE'S A REASON WHY .. .. i Stewart & Templin X such a large per cent of the bicycle work of Phoenix. -It's the Sabe." t BIKE HOSPITAL ? Next to P. O. Phone Main 363. I I I I 1 I I I I I I III I I I II I I M M W. A. REYNOLDS Contractor and Builder Plans and specifications fur nished free on all work con tracted or superintended by him. Let me plan your home for you. SATISFACTION GUARAN TEED. Phone Red 8255. Residence. 1119 W. Fillmore St. Office, Five Points, Phoenix. i m 1 1 1 1 1 m iii i in i i 1 1 1 1 1" I FAMILY LIQUOR STORE I Liquor and wine for medicinal purposes. We handle the best California wine, also Italian and French. All kinds whiskey, brandy, cordials, liquors, cigars and beer. CALIFORNIA WINE AND LIQUOR CO. 25 and 27 S. Center St. Mi H-H "I I I 1 I Mr 1 111 HIM Needs no Gasoline or Repairs. Columbus Electric it My Lady's CaT71 Central Auto Co. Main 345. LOOK OUT FOR SPECIALS TODAY. This la the place, sure, to get your meat at reasonable prices. FARMERS MUTUAL PROTEC TIVE A8S'N. . 80 North 1st Ave. "VIA VI" representatives wanted for Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa. . Mrs. M. A. Stevens, Mgr. 42 N. Fourth Ave. HAMILTON BROS., Piano Tuners. With Wiley B. Allen Co., Inc. ,iiii.tn,.t.iiiiiiiti,t..ti.ti.t..t.it..tiiti.t,iti,t, ti .tii', i, I, ; I. H. Taylor & Co. Members Boston Stock Exchange Tell us what Stocks and Bonds you own and wo will tell you if they are good or bad and why. Write to our STATISTICAL DEPT. 8 Congress St., Boston, Mass. Phone Main 113 Phone Main 186 - GET BUSY! Millet, Milo Maise, Kaffir Corn, Sorgh um and Corn. Plant Them Now ! Hill's Seed House 128 N. Center St. DAILY AT THE FORD GRILL STEAKS CHOPS and CHICKEN FARMERS, MINERS, PROS PECTORS, ATTENTION I have the reputation of .being your best outfitter In the city. I know what you need. I know how much of each article you need. I know how to select goods economically. Call and we will make up the order to your satisfaction. If not able to call, send list and I will select Roods, pack and ship to you promptly. Coffee and tea a specialty. fRANKGRIEBEL'S 218 W. Wash. St Phone M. 43. The Old Reliable Established in 1817. Twelve years' experience baa taught us the needs of the pub lic In moving Pianos, Furntare, etc. This long experience at the public's disposal at' most reasonable prices. Two phones.: Lightning Delivery ; Phone Main If. 1( 8. Center. I'M I I I I M III I I I I I I I l i your mother!; . would be pleased to receive a real ', :: NAVAJO blanket :: ; I from her boy. We have the va- ' ' ' ' riety. You make the selection. H ARIZONA SADDLERY GO. !! 45 North Center 8b Phoenix. X U U I i J I I I J HJJ-HH-H- Phoenix Foundry Go. All Kinds of IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS Good work and pnimpt delivery our specialty. Contractors (tat a notice) meet ail competition. Let us figure with you. Roger aV Moors, Proprietors. a j Mail Orders S I Promptly I tteideoJ I The Phoenix Phoenix, Capital, Surplus and Profits $ 250,000.00 Deposits J $1,500,000.00 E. B. Gage, President. -j ,. - ".' H. J. McClung, Vice President. R. B. Burmister, CashierV 5 H."M. Galliver, Ass 't. .Cashier. DIRECTORS: E. B. Gage. F. M. Murphy. D. M. Ferry. W. F. Staunton. Geo. N. Gage. L. M. Chalmers. F. T. Alkire. W. A. Drake. H. J. McClung. . II 1 1 IHMIMHOMMMMflH I II H I II 1 The Prescott PRESCOTT - - - - ARIZONA. Roll of Honor No. 585. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS 8270.000.00 United States Depository. Territory of Arizona Depository. County of .Yavapai Depository. City of Prescott Depository. F. M. MURPHY, President. R. N. FREDERICKS, Cashier. Ill 1H I'M i MIMMIHIII HI I Mr HUH I xl r H I H I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I The National Bank ol Arizona The Oldest Bank in Phoenix. : Capital Stock $200,000 Surplus $100,000 :: : Has removed to its temporary quarters, corner Wall '. I : and Washington streets (old Valley Bank building), '.' : during the construction , story and basement otfhce building. i n 1 1 1 1 i i 1 1 1 nn inii h i i i-i iiiii m minimum n Prosperity Comes iu generous measure to the person who is faithful in saving, for saving is a habit which grows on one. Now is a good time to open an account with the Valley Bank and make regular deposits. 4' Interest Paid on Savings Accounts. THE VALLEY BANK Established 1884. W. F. NICHOLS. President UNION BANK & TRUST CO. 30 N. CENTER ST. GENERAL BANKINQ PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION. Removal Notice We are now located in our new quarters, cor ner Second Ave. and Jackson St., one fclock west of Santa Fe depot. Send us your work. Vote For the Center St. Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. Kunz Bros. & Messinger JHaSsnBUaHnaaal I I MOHN & DRISCOLL II I FUNERAL II IREOTORa 1 1 A7. L. Vieux CEMENT CONTRACTOR Proprietor Artificial Cement Co.. Arizona Lime Co. and Asphalt Paving Co. Works, S. First St. Office 40 W. Adams St. Phone 2131. Phoenix, Arizona. Freight and Baggage carefully and quickly handled. Storage at reasonable rates. Pioneer' and Consolidated Transfer and Storage Co. Baggage office, 116 North Center St. Telephone Main 142. Oeneral office. 42 South Center St. Telephone Main 74. GILLETT The Tailor ' 17 W. Adams St. Established 1892. Im porter of Scotch Wool ens. Prices moderate. National Bank . Arizona. National Bank I I") 1 I I Hill H I 1 1 1 1 I I 1 I 1 I I 1 1 of its new, up-to-date four I Phoenix, Arizona. J. M. SWETXAM, GEO. II. LUTOERDIXG, Vice-President. Cashier. Clinton Campbell GENERAL CONTRACTORS Residence Telephone 357 N. Fourth Ave. Main 177. GOLD HOTEL ANTON GOLD, Prop. Third and Washington Sts. Fine, clean rooms, centrally rally up. located;; 50c per night and Come and Investigate. MORALES MERCANTILE CO. 244-245 Washington St. . NOTICE. We are Hosing business on Au gust 31st and acrificing all Jewelry at a 35 pr cent discount. Do not lose opportunity. ' Call at once. Those having jpttPlry-t-efialred. please calL NAMNAM.& BRO. , 213 R Washington St. EASTERLING & WHITNEY I UNDERTAKERS 213 W. Washington St, Phoenix, Arizona. Ill M I I I I 1 I I II I I ..H H I IfHH -ft TT T ! 'V v f Tri'T 'I' ' T 461 t. Seventh Ave. Phone Main 111.