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TKE AEIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING-, APRIL 1, 1911. i; " -.: Vv f I . Jl . f mk"' . . U' , .?.'.' - t'Sf fc . ji . jft.- " . ''Qvtit? . . .'iiHi ;' '' -T ': V fV- v ' 7 ' . 57 - . ' ' j'' -.7?" . Wtk - ii c fsf BLj, r Sjn 5k' . .- v.a?S.- ' i Bt' , S- ' " ' i ; Kg 3 m , PAGE TWO THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day In the Tear by THE , , 'ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. 'V 8. W. HIGLBY President " f; SIMS ELY Secretary-Treasurer and General Manager. I: Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. ' . Publication office: Corner Second end Adams Sts. Entered at the Postofflce at Phoe "'' nix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. Address all communications to The Republican, Phoenix, Arizona. TELEPHONES: Consolidated '. Main 4" 'Overland. Business Office 422 Overland, City Editor 432 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: By mall, dally, ono year. 59.00 By carrier, daily, per month 75 Sundays only, one year 2.50 iPHOEXIX. ARIZONA. APRIL 1..1911- German Opposition to Arbitration It was to 1)0 expected that the ne ' 'jrotlaiions between the ln;ted Stales ' and Great Britain and the lnited States and Frano- for tro.tius pr--vldinK for the arbitration ? all dis f putes would Embolden the socialists ' ' Hiid- radical? in the German parlia ment, to offjir .-resolutions favoring the extensibn'-o'f arbitration and tne , imitation of arnunients. And als ?- as was to be xpe. red, th? expres sions from the Ckrinan government In the reichstag are coldly dlsemirusr ing to the Germtin enthusiasts. w ' Gerniany has' "consistently refused 1 to entertain suggestions fronj.. any quarter that she enter into agree ments for the limitation of her armed strength or for the arbitration of Iter disputes . with . other powers. Em it peror "William and- his advisers have never lacked in frankness in explain ing their position. As to the linii- tation of armament. Germany, they . say, cannot safely take a step in that direction so long-as there is a pesst thllity that France, at the first favor able opportunity, will begin a war of revenge for the humiliating defeat .Vfr?' .of-1870 and to recover tbelost prov-f- dnces of Alsace and Lorraine. Con sequently, Germany proposes to main- tain, ready for instant duty, an army jfutly equipped and strong enough to , crush France at the very outset of another war. Replying to this, the - - socialists of Germany have suggested 'that it would be wise on the part of --fibnth Germany and France to settle , -4he question of the lost provinces "nee- for ,al1 .V submitting to the in habitants thereof for their determina- . tion at the polls the question of their allegiance if they should vote in favor of allegiance to France, the i- - German socialists would return the provinces to France: -na if Lorraine 1 and Alsace should vote io remain a ' part of the German empire it would, tfj ' say the socialists put a definite end ' -to French ambitions in that dlrec- - , . 4tlnn. In view of the enormous cost nr" keeping Germany on a war foot- .' i lnt socialists Insist that it tuld, be "good business" to volun- tnrlly relinquish the conquered prov- inces to France. But of course the ; German government will pay no at jjii teutlon to these Utopian suggestions. Civilization has , not yet progressed to the point of voluntary loss of "territory Jbya nation, even when the territory, was-oonquered by force and is held in' opposition, to the will of the Inhabitants. r . As to thej limitation of her jnaval strength. Germany points out that the scheme would work to the advantage f Great Britain, because Great liri tain insists that her navy must be ... .maintained at the- ''two power stan dard" that is, strong enough. to meet . . - i ...... me navy m u;nnaiy miiu hi Other power that might combine with uermany. concerning armiraiion, tne uerman chancellor merely reiterated the well . ...... Known views-ot nis government -wnen he said In the relchsUtg on Thursday, 'thafhe accepted the idea of the ar- bitration principle but he considered that -universal arbitration was -im- .possible of accomplishment.- . i : I ... I ..... . II.. iiu ifrsaiiiiiniiw nmicamcii ciicictiij .take the, German view. "Who Is lr ' lreal' anu arouraie in case it re- "fuses?" they ask. They of course disregard the powerful Influence of public sentiment. 1 i tration have an answer to this ques- tlnn .V. Th- it'finlil liavn nn "Intpr. ..t 1 . I ... I 1 At.. iiaiioiini navy , iiiaiiiiuiui-u uj inv great powers, the (iuty of which would, be to force arbitration upon - j anv recalcitrant iowor. 0 ' More Trouble for Lorimer Through democratic votes and by the skin of His teeth, William Lorl rner succeeded at the late session of I . conEress 'n holding his seat as a senator Xrom . the state of Illinois. Doub'tles8 Mr. Lorimer and his friends ' after the voteln the senate, consld that the unhappy chapter was closed. There Is no precedent for the reopening of an election caae after i has been disposed of by the senate. but It appears that the enemies of Lorimer propose to ignore prece dent. They will, in the "new senate, begin another attack upon him. A resolution- similar to the defeated resolution of Senator Beveridge v. II be offered, - the Washington dis patches say, and If this" program Is carried out it is probable that Lori mer will lose his seat, after all. There are two new factors against him: The great change in the senate membership, and new evidence sup porting the charges of bribery. : o , The customary announcement -that the saloons will close today because of the primary elections, seems super fluous. , o Life in Phoenix is just one election after another. o Mr. M. G. Darden of Xew Mexico, now stopping at the Hotel Ford, has been coining to Arizona every year since 1S83., and he not only has u great admiration for the territory as it is now, but always has thought it one of the coming states of the country. There has been a great change in the Salt River valley since 1SS3, a greater change than the ma jority of the people are ever going to be able to appreciate. The ne dency of a newcomer is to believe that the locality he enters has .al ways been just as it is at the time of his arrival, for it is difficult for the mind to imagine the state of a locality before it was developed and opened up. The great changes which time brings can only be understood by a man who was there before and after. Mr. Darden has been here "before and after," and as a result he knows whereof he speaks. fHe is not numbered among those who speak vain and "foolish things at least not when he expatiates-on the merits or Phoenix aial the surrounding country. Speaking last night of Arizona Mr. Darden said: ' "It's not only a good territory now, but it always has been. I always did pin my faith to this country, and I feel as" though I know as much about it as the next man. All Arizona needs to be perfect is state hood and she's going to get that."- It's a pleasant thing to meet a man who gives a whole-hearted indorse ment instead of a feeble. Doubting Thomas sort of a perhaps-lt-vi!l-amount-to-something-some-time com pliment. Given a carload of Italian marble and a truck of bronze fittings John Baeklund could transform a granary into a palace.' It Is understood on good authority that the Count of Monte Cristo's underground palace on the island of the same name was decorated by a great grandfather of the present Mr. Baeklund, and If his grandfather could make the cas ern a dream in veined and polished marbles, the present Mr. Baeklund could have gone him one better and made it Into a translating vision. Anyone curious to see a sample of Mr. Baeklund's work can do so by going to the new banking rooms of the new .National tiaiiK or Arizona, on the corner of "Washington and Cen ter, where he did some of the best work and most artistic decorating he has ever done In his life, which has been long and varied. He has a facul ty for putting the right thing In the right place, which some people never learn, as, for Instance, the mischievous boy who placed his fathers false teeth in the garbage can, and his reputa tion as a decorator and artisan has been gained by painstaking effort and care. Mr. Baeklund leaves In a few days for the east, and is how awaiting instructions from his house, the E. H. Andrews company of Chi cago, acquainting him with the scene of his -next labor". Mr. Baeklund stops at the Stag. f ' ' Xot being altogether satisfied with the prestige and glamour of his no bility. Count Deubel at the Adams Annex has aspirations to gain wide reputation as .1 mining man. He went out to the Vulture mines the other day with two friends of his. Did he go for the purpose of sight seeing or for the cultivation of his sadly .Undeveloped aesthetic sensi bilities by dreaming over the land scap'o? Xot at all. he went out to expert a property in which he holds stock. (Xo laughing allowed Jn the gallery.) The, count has made his debut as a mining man and he ex pects to reap a fortune by his In vestments. The property In which he holds an interest lies In the vicinity of the Vulture mine, and it will put its wealthy neighbor to blush some day. So says the count. His trip up to the Vulture was very pleasant, and his highness says that the lunchepn served In the camp dining room was very much better than Is served In first-class Berlin hotels. He found It delectable .and appetizing and In creased in weight as a result of Its assimilation. V D. O. Colley of the firm or Isaacs & Colley of the city of Los Angeles, has been stopping at the Commercial hotel for the last three days, and left this morning for the coast after doing a record ' breaking business in Phoenix. Mr. Colley has been mak ing the town for the last three years, and says he always looks forward to his trip to the Salt River valley be cause of the certainty of doing some thing with the merchants of the local ity. The men of Phoenix are Beau Brummels. according to the sale book of Mr. Colley, which shows enough collars, cuffs and all sorts of articles designed to decorate and enhance the natural and superior beauty of the male sex. that If one-half of one third of them are sold and worn In the city during the twelvemonth the capital ' of Arizona will become a fashion center. A man of dynamic force has been, entertained at the Hotel Ford during the last few days. A man with ex traordinary energy and a man with power to uplift He has been In strumental In numberless great move- HEARD IN TIE LOBBIES There is more Catarrh In thh neotlon ot the country than all other diseases put tocether, and until the last tew years was supposed to Le lnntratile. l or a errai manr rears doctors pronounced it a local dfeeasc and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced it lucurable. Science has proven Catarrh to Us a constitutional dis ease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hairs Catarrh Cure, manufactured by 1". J. Cheney 4. Co., Toledo. Ohio, h the only Constitutional cure on the market. It Is taken Internally In does from 10 drops to a teasnoonrul. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaci-s of the kystera. They offer one hundred dollars for any cxe It fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address: F. J. CKI.NKY CU.. Toieuo. unio. Sold by Dnirtlsts. "3c. Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation. WEATHER RECORD. Record of temperature, wind di rection, rainfall and state of weather as made by the United States "Weath er Bureau, at f a. in., mountain time, yesterday. Stations. Temperature. Rain. Weather. Abilene nfi .. Clear Atlantic City ..30 .. Clear Boise 44 .. Clear Boston 3S .. Cloudy Buffalo .28 Cloudy Calgary 2f. .42 Cloudy Chicago 30 .. Clear Corpus Christl..7i .. Cloudy Denver 34 ... Clear lies Moines 32 .. Cloudy Dodge City .40 .. Clear Durango 32 .. Clear Eastport 3S .04 Cloudy Galveston. S .. Pt Cldy Havre 30 .06 Cloudy Jacksonville f4 .. Clear Kansas City ...32 .. Cloudy Knoxville .32- .02 Cloudy Louisville 34 .. Clpudy Memphis 4C .. Cloudy Montgomery 4fi .. Clear Montreal 24 .42 Snow Moorhead 1.14 .. Clear Xew Orleans ...60 .. Clear Xew York 34 .. Cloudy Oklahomn 52 .. Clear PHOEXIX t'6 .. Clear Portland, Ore....4S, Clear Raleigh 36 .02 Clear Roseburg ..42 .. Clear Roswell ".rS .. Clear St. Louis 2 .20 Snow Salt Lake 0 .. Clear San Diego 54 .. Cloudy San Francisco ..54 .. Cloudy Sheridan " 32 .. Snow Spokane "48 . . Cloudy Tampa 62 .. PtCIdy Washington 36 Cloudy Wlnnemucca ...34 .. Clear ments. and is always blowing things up. This person is named H. F. Smith and he sells all brands of blasting powders and dynamites for the Dtipont Powder company. He travels from Los Angeles and works the territory several times a year. Business is good all over the terri tory, says Mr. Smith, and especially good In Mohave county Finances and Markets New York. March 31 Fear of dis turbance by the federal government of Wall'treet's methods of doing business was resurrected today and became a tlecided factor, although the attorney general denied any definite p!an was afoot. Prices fell with some precipitation in the morning, rallied In" the afternoon and in the last hour showed marked weakness again, the close being at the lowest .level of the day. The spurt In stocks of the CanaKlan group which was fostered from London came to an end. Bank clearings at the leading cen ters of the country continue to exhibit considerable contraction. Copper production at the Butte camp was maintained during March at about the same rate as in the months Imme diately preceding. Bond's were Irregu lar. Total sales, par value, Jl,5tS6,O0O. United States bonds unchanged on call. STOCKS. Amalgamated 62. Smelting 74 Atchison 109. St. Paul 120?i. Xew York Central 106. Pennsylvania 126, Reading 155, Southern Pacific 115g, Union Pacific 176, Steel 77. Steel preferred 118, silver 52. METALS. Standard copper dull; spot. April. May. June and July $11.704i 11.85. Lon don firm; spot 54, Ss. 3d; futures 55 Xew York metal exchange reports auc tion sales of 50,0 pounds prime electro lytic copper today at 512.30 cash against delivery order. Local dealers reiorted no change in the market, quoting Lake J 12.37'A'ii 12.50, electrolytic J12.25fi 12. 37. casting at $12.00ffrl2.12. Tin Qrm; spot $41.35?.4t.75; April J41.40fi 41.65; May J41.25'41.50; June $41.00ffi 41.25; and July 40.yO5( 41.25. Sales, 5 tons of April at $41.45. Lon don s'trong; spot 1S9; futures 189, futures 187. Lead $4.b5fii4.50 for Xew York and at $4.25fi4.30 for East St. Louis deliv ery. London 12. ISs. 9d. Spelter quiet; $5.50ff 5.60 for Xew York and at J5.00'!t542 for East St. Louis. London 23, 7s, 6d. o PERENNIAL. 1 rend a story years ago In Ayer's Almanac, ' It was a funny one. and so I've sort of kept its track; I've heard It told ami then retold - By many different folk; I've never told them It was old. But laughed to hear the joke. Tve seen It credited "Exchange" Iti columns of the press. I've heard It sprung as new and strange By speakers, more or less; I've read It ln the magazines. And on the vaudeville stage The hlstrions aiid actorines Have made it quite the rage. It's credited to Chan Depew, And Beveridge, and Taft, To Dr. Cook, and Teddy, too, And others by the raff. And If I Hvt I hope for this A hundred years. I'll meet This story's apotheosis In some staid English sheet. -Barton Braley, in Puck. 1 TIMES BIOGRAPHINES. Franklin MacVeagh. Kranklln MacVeagh, secretary or the treasury, who created a sensation by a statement In Boston recently in which he predicted a deficit of $30,000,000 In the general account of the treasury for 1910-11. was born on a farm In Chester county, Pennsylvania. He Is a brother It Is Said fluit "nasli Is the axlo grease of busi- , uess." The wheels of trade eaimot go round without that lubvieaut the com. 4 . Some people AVill never have it un less' ther start sfsteniatieally to save. ... Our plan will start you rjght. - . The Valley Bank of Phoenix of Service" A. L. BOEHMER Busy Drug Store Superior Qualify will soon be here. The Pleasure 20 W. Adams St. of Wayne MacVeagh. attorney general of the United States in the cabinet of President Garfield. He Is a graduate of Yale and the Co lumbia law school. He began the prac tice of law in Xew York, but later went to Chicago and established i whole sale grocery business. He became president of the Citizens' association of Chicago in 1874. and was instrumental In Inaugurating many im portant municipal reforms. He was nominated for I'nlted States senator by the democrats of Illinois in 1S94, and made a canvass of the" state, but was defeated in the legislature. He Is a member of the executive commit tee of the Xatlonal Civic federation, and for several years was vice presi dent. Mr. MacVeagh was appointed secre tary of the treasury in March 1909. Denver Times. o WEATHER TODAY. Washington, D. C. March 31. Forecast for Arizona:" Fair Saturday and Sunday. . o r (( WHO IS THE BAD BOY? The iiad boy who Is he? When J you talk about the bad boy do you mean the mischievous boy or the vicious boy? Practically all boys are mischievous, but .there are very few bad boys. QT course, nearly, every boy that is a real boy likes to tease something. If it -isn't the cat and dog it's the girls and younger children, and. per haps, the older, people or the neigh borhood. But when it comes to lieing downright had vicious that's another story. Boys healthy, normal boys seem to be veritable storage batteries of energy. Xow if this energy isn't used up In one way It is in another, if the boy isn't given some profitable direction in Ills play and his work he's bound to use up his surplus en ergy in mischievousness, and thereb.x win for himself the unenviable desig nation ""of the "bad boy". But the wors't-of it Is- that he soon begins to live up to It by being the terror nf tho lieln-liliorbood. You can't make a boy work all the) time and expect him to keep good nnd happy. ' You can't let a boy play all of the time and expect him to have a well-developed personality. There must be a discreet combina ft iff. IPURE FRESH PRATE of magnesia CITRATE OF MAG- NESIA A substitute for Salts. Castor Oil and other nasty tasting laxatives or purgatives. It has a very pleas ant taste and Its effer vescent character ren ders it a very agree able and refreshing drink. A useful remedy for torpid' liver, heartburn, headache, dyspepsia and biliousness DOES NOT GRIPE. 111 SI Mr:.:::-:. mm good word is seleet early. to show goods. PHOENIX ARIZ. tion of work and play with the right kind of direction given to both. The buv should be given some household duty to perform from the time he is big enough to understand directions. It doesn't hurt the baby to know where to put his father's slippers or where to get them when father wants them. It doesn't hurt him to learn to pick up his play things and put them away when he is through with them. It doesn't hurt him to wait on mother, even If It is only to get her thimble or her spool of thread. It certainly doesn't hurt him when he grows older to understand that he Is responsible for the appearance of the walks both summer and-win ter. It doesn't hurt him to sift the ashes, see that the kindling suppl is kept up and that the kitchep coal box is kept full. And when he grows a little older, to look after the fur nace In the winter and to keep the gardens and the lawns up to a high standard of perfection, in the sum mer time. And it -doesn't hurt him to learn to wash dishes, sweep the floors, sew on buttons and to iron bis handkerchiefs or any other task that will take part of the burden out of bis mother's workadav world. Xo boy can le feminized by being madt helpful. v Then give him his proper' " season of play. Keep the appeal to bis man liness ever Jiefore him and there isn't much danger , of his bt-ing either a "sissy" or a "bully". He'll quite like ly develop Into an earnest likeable man. But the bad boy he is a scarcity. There is the misdirected boy who only needs a little attention from someone who knows how to reach a lioy's heart and a boy's sympathies. That's all. And the heart of -a" boy is a wonderful thing a tremenduous. thing, everything considered. It's worth reaching. Do you .need a Trunk, Suit Case or Bag? If so, come In and let us. show you" ours. We use three-ply veneer lumber : In all our better grades; make all our own trunks- and guarantee them to wear better than you can buy else where. Phoenix Trunk Factory 433 W. Washington. Phone Rod 8394. r LIGHT YOUE HOME WITH Electricity sGASs Heat and Fuel PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY Oaste Hot Springs Fifty miles north of Phoenix and reached by daily automobile from Hot Springs Junction or by auto mobile from Phoenix, is the Castle Hot Springi Hotel, the best winter hotel in Arizona. Incom parable attractions in the healing waters and pleas ant surroundings. Just the place to rest and recu perate and enjoy life to the fullest. For details write the Hotel Manager, Hot Springs, Arizona. THE BIG LUMBER Now going on at the Buckeye Lumber Yard means a saving of $2.50 to $5.00 per thousand on every thing. ffDon't overlook this opportunity. You can buy the lumber to build a home for less money than ever before in the city of Phoenix. Let us figure your bill. Special prices in car lots. : : Buckeye Lumber Co. THE COOKING IS California 33 North English Kitchen Restaurant Cfer First mm! Stewart VbnltvLE TIRES Bicycles and Sundries Next Door to P. O Phone Main 883 Notice DRAIN YOUR THESE COLD A CRACKED CYLINDER. FOR REPAIRS CALL ON .... . Kimz Bros & Messenger Maohln Werka Tw Slock South Tuberclecide Cures Tuberculosis It will cost you nothing to Investigate the cases which hv cured. That is all we ask. You owo that much to yourself. 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