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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1907.
SUGAR BEET CULIURE
RESULTS IN COLORADO
i Some Figures Showing Tonnage and
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IN WOMAN'S CLUB
An Interesting Meeting in That De-
partment Was Held Yesterday.
The meeting of the Woman's Club
yesterday was in the hands of the de
partment of household economics. -Mrs.
K. T. Collins, chairman. The exer
cises as usual were a demonstration of
the practical utility of this department
In club work.
Mrs. Arthur G. Hulett very effec
tively sang "From an i ld Garden, a
Cycle Song." words by Margaret De
land, music by Kdward McDowell
wherein the pansy, clover, yellow dai
sy and blue-bell were represented.
Dr. O. K. Plath gave an interesting
and informing talk on the relation
of cookery to health. He described the
essential properties of the various food
elements, and th ir office in the re
pair of bodily tissues, and the increase
of energy. He advocated the use of
a combined animal and vegetable diet;
also in contradistinction to the moot
ed theory of uncooked foods, he pro
ceeded to show that it is theory only
that food properly and intelligently
prepared by the cook, always gains in
wholesonu ness and nutri'ious quali
ties. The ladies were instructed concern
ing the harmfulncss of fried meats,
generally, or meats cooked in water
at a higher temperature JfTun 170 de
grees. To get the best results, cook
ing for a long time at a low temper
ature is better. Steaming is prefera
ble to boiling, and the cooking-box
is to be coninien'ie-l. Tie- doctor sets
fmn. Tha critical erdaal through which tha axpectant mother most
ptaa, however, is ao fraagtt with dread, pain, anfferinj aud daoger,
that tha Tory thought af it fill ha with apprehension and horror.
There b mo oeceasitr for tha reprodection of life to be either painful
r gero, Tho use of Hotter' Fries, ao prepare toe system for
the coming ereat that it la aafeJy passed without aay danger. Thla
rreat and wonderfl
remedy is always
has carried thousand
of women through
the trying crisis without aarfferiag.
Scad for Ir tak aoatalnlmf l-tormftHa-
at frtoaleea rain t U acpNUuil tar
U rSei4 Kesitatar Ce Aflaita, fc
Tiothlng Succeed Lixe success.
19 ft MOWN THOUOHCKT
THE SOUTMWeST AS A
IN CHRONIC DISEASES
He has ths confidence
find patronage cf lb
leadiri; buAiuoftp men
and most Dromi3iit
citizes of Anion. Tbt
Lkirtor n LrnHr,Atrf
Harvard M3dieal College. Wat lormert; s mem
ber ol the Rhode Island and Colorado State Medicai
Soc-et'!, and Cmited State Pension In
i.nke. Health is wealth Economy to be. weilt
Are yoa t-iiiering from aome Curonic ahfctiocl
Are foo weak, sick and unable to rform i!
ordinary rtatiee of life? It so, beware of patent
medicines, inexperiencM and unskilled physi
rians. I)r. HibbaH empioa none but rational
and erientinc nietLods be usee no i:dnriout
drac-a in rmovine the poi'wions effecta ol
ULGODAND PK1V TE IiNKAShS frora tuf
aysvem. SEXUAL WEAKNESS, ith all if
baneful Arfecta positively cured by the latel
anJ best remedies . Chronic, nervous, blooa
kidney, urinary, bladder and special disease
treated in a arrirtly np-toiala manner,
2S-28 South 2n4 .. Phosnii. Arizona.
Consul tat lou f re. Hours PI to 12 ; 1 to S. anT
to 7, Addreaa all commnnicaiiniis.
Smart Tailor-Made Hats on display; only one of a kind. We do
not duplicate these hats. Come early and secure first choice.
i the seal of his disapproval on hash.
' as usually made, ami salt-rlslrrtr bread.
1 prepared under unfavorable conditions.
He paid a high tribute to the im
i tortance of the studv of household
' economies. A good cook he rates as a
j human jewel, whose worth can not
, ue estimated.
i jfrs. .neil Martin and Miss Laura
; Knagrs sang a duet. "When -Life Is
Brightest." This was charmingly done.
Miss Matthews, a hospital nurse, il
lustrated the be.-t method of making
the bed for a sick person. All the
accessories necessary for the demon
stration were used improvised bed
and mattress, sheets, pillows, etc.
even to the little patient who, f. .r the
nonce, was the helpless sufferer. The
manner of changing the sheets with
out lifting the sick one. was shown,
as well as how to arrange the bed
for one who has undergone a surgical
Mrs. Hulett and Miss Angie Tarker
sang a duet. "Would That My Love."
It was pleasingly rendered. Miss An
na L. Bovell was the accompanist for
the afternoon, and performed her part
in her usual .happy manner. IMicious
refreshments were served at the close
of the club program.
THE NORMAL DAILY RATION.
Now we r. II know how
Ir. Wiley, chief of the
chemistry of the Department of Agri-
culture, is authority for the statement j
that dry foods to an amount. In weight,
equal to 1 ir cent of the weight of
the individual, are the proper daily ra
tion for an adult, to which must be add
ed enough of liquids to bring the tot d
amount up to four and one-half
XVo WOBt-irt Cttrp.
ia Lar nature t lore
and want than
at mtich mm
it ia to Ioto tba
By the executor to close up an estate
Four quarter sections of heavy
mesquite land five miles west of
Thoenlx of which over 400 acres
are seeded to alfalfa. The prop
erty has ample frame ranch
house, hay and horse barn, car
riage house and other out build- j
lngs. A steam pumping plant '
with a capacity of 2S0 miners' !
Inches In gooi repair, with an j
average lift of about fifteen feet.
This plant cost to Install over :
J10.000. Land signed up in the
Salt River Valley Water Users'
Association. This property will
be sold in one lot to close up the
estate at the very low price of
$50.00 per acre cash.
E. J. BENNITT
mmmmmmmmmm I sr.
There are. In this neighborhood, agents for several
"bucket bowl- cream separator?. "Bucket Bowl" separa
tors are the kind with big bowls, full of parts, set on top
of their spindles. These agents say to farmers intending
to buy a separator, "Look out fop the Tubular," cr "Don't
try the Tubular," or "Beware of the Tubular." To hear
them talk you would guess right away that
The Sharpies Tubular
Is the best cream separator made, and that these "bucket
bowl" fellows are afraid of it. And they are afraid of it.
The Tubular surpasses every other separator in every par
ticular, and you should take mighty good care you do see
a Tugular before you buy a separator. I will be pleased
to show you the latest Tubular, and give you an illustrat
EZRA W. THAYER
124-130 E. WASHINGTON STREET.
127-183 E. ADAMS STREET.
BY MALE WAIlf RS
Gass Bros. Cafe Yesterday Presented
a Novel Appearance to Patrons.
Manager Gass of the Gass Bros.
Cafe announced that they were still
feeding people yesterday ir. spite of
the walkout of the waitresses the
day before. He had secured the ser
vices of five experienced men wait
ers and things moved throughout the
day with ordinary smoothness.
Regarding the statement that the
girls had been asked to work for thir
teen hours a day, Mr. Cass said that
while he did not like to be put Into
the position of disp.it ing the word of
J,:rls, he stiil more hated it to be un
derstood that he had asked them to
work for thirteen hours.
The departure from waitresses to
waiters in the Gass Bros. Cafe is per-
manent. The experiment of girl wait- J
ers was entered upon at the beginning
with some misgivings and has now
been abandoned for pood.
Regarding the statement that the
waitresses got nothing to eat that
they wanted. It has been the practice
much we l that restaurant to admit all wait
ers ajid waitresses to the ordinary bill
of fare, though there is a general ur.
derstanding in most restaurants w hen
eggs are, say. filty cents a dozen and
spring chickens are out of sight, that
these viands should be eaten exclus
ively bv outsiders.
LUCK WAS WITH LLOYDS.
A well known member of the Iloyds
writes: "You may be interested to
hear that I cabled to Jamaica about
two months before the disaster when
they had a small shock, offering to In
sure buildings against damage of aii
sorts by earthquake, as we make a
specialty of these ri.-ks. ( lur repres
entative out there cabled back to sav
that they never had any serious shock
arid therefore no one would insure. I
wrote in reply pointing out that in the
past there had been very serious earth
quakes, and that another was about
due. but am pleased to say we did not
get a single order.' London Mail.
GOOD PAPER, BUT.
Without taking any risks, one might
offer a prize to the lirst resident of the
new state who can tell whether the
following is intended as a compliment
ary comment or criticism. It appears
in the South McAllister Capital and
reads as if the man who wrote it suf
fered from cold and hot chills alter
nately: "One of the best exchanges
coming to our d-sk nowadays is the
New State Tribune published at Mus-
L'lkl-.'O .-V.. !"V Wt ...L- It I .. ....i-lii r... In ..
j der to remark, however, that Mr. Has
kell, the editor, is just a little inclined
to pull out the tremolo stop a shade too
much In singing the praises of Mr. Has
keil. the delegate. Howeer. let us be
charitable. Mr. Haskell has had so
much abuse from the IU-publican press
bureau that he has needed an organ
with (lute obligato to keep even."
Kansas Pity Journal.
WELL ASSORTED STOCK."
"RIGHT PRICES TO ALL."
Remember you get what you
ask for at
THE BEAR DRUG STORE
Opposite City Hall.
118-120 E. Washington st.
Mall orders filled same day
the Returns Ir? Dollars and Cents.
Up in Colorado where they raise su
gar beets quite plentifully, and get rich
at it. they still have more or less dis
content and some kickers. It is under
stood that in the vicinity of Greeley,
there s a sugar section where most
of the farmers have made money, but
just now some kind of controversy is
going on, the merits of which no one
here knows. But in a recent issue of
the Greeley Tribune, replying to one
of the discontented was quit" a lengthy
article from which the following l.i
taken. It is not reproduced for any re
lation it bears to the controversy
there, but merely to show what the
yield and profits have been demon
strated to be there, in the raising of
beets. If such results could be secur
ed here, and they surely can be when
the factory is operated, it can be
ecsily seen that the business would be
a successful one in this valley:
"No man's individual case or ex
perience in the siigal1 beet business
should have too much weight in a con
sideration of the whole question. He
may for one of many reasons have lost
money. It might have been his own
fault, it might have been inability to
have his beets accepted at a time fav
orable for his making money, cost of
handling making a considerable differ
ence In the profit, or it might have
been failure of his crop to yield a suf
ficient tonnage to make It profitable.
Whatever the cause. If he lost money
he would be more or less prejudiced
against the Industry, and would be
pretty apt to size up the whole busi
ness from his own experience. He
would also talk his views pretty freely
IIAQ m ftl A THE MO ST WON DERFUt
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SENT POSTPAlDJRLATMLHIOf DBU6MAfri
2 ?? PER BOT TLLS Of" ALL KINDS. -v'
, foCPARCB FOR HYPODERMIC O IN1XIINA1 UST.
SIXTl CAUMJCU, CO. .ST.CVU.Aia
For sale by E. S. Wakelin, Phoenix.
Dr. Price's Food
2 pkgs. 25c
2 pkgs 25c
OR YOUR MONEY
I; y.:u want a Suit of Clothes
worth .'J' - -for j.i'l J1j. or one
worth SIT, for j-ist $1')? SAY IF
just come and see tin- extraordinary
values we are offering for just
$10 and SIS.
Just get the habit mid buy your
to his neighbors. It la one of the weak
nesses of human nature that If a man
makes money he will try his best to
keep this from his neighbors, but if
he gets the woist of a deal he will be
pretty apt to shout it from the house
tops. "Now to show that the experience jl
the Individual is not a fair basis for
sizing up the whole situation we will
quote a few fig'.ir -s on the industry.
"There were just a little 1 ss than
fl.Onft acres of beets grown for the
Greeley, Katon and Windsor factories
the last season. I'p to date the sugar
company has paid out $1.33''.i'' for
beets for these factories. The last pay
day, for beets not yet delivered, will
lie within a few dollars of JlS'Mmo or
Ji IE3. 71 IE H T3jP
Bargains In Everything Musical
We are hereto stay. High freight rates cannot drive us away.
WE OFFER REAL BARGAINS Brand new Pianos, latest styles,
$190 Easy payments. Organs at $20 and up.
PADEREWSKI, ROSENTHAL, BAUER AND OTHER EMINENT ARTISTS SAY THAT THE WEBER,
STECK, IVERS &. POND, McPHAIL, BALDWIN, ELLINGSON, HAMILTON, BEHR BROS. ARE THE
Your choice of all our Children's
I'inue Jacket") in sizes 1. '2 and 3.
in white only very neatly trim
med. Take what you want today
i: doz. Girls' and Hoys' Ribbed
Hose in black only, inodium weight,
sizes 6 to Ksx-elally adapted
for school wear. I'riee to los? th'
Men's Night Shirts
5 doz. Men's Nisl.t Shirts, low
neck, nicely trimmed and made of
pood iiuality muslin. A :i: qual
ity in any market. Our price today
I $1.00 ea j
a total of $1,680,000 for the total crop.
That pays ?83 an acre gross. The
Commercial ciub In Its estimate on
cost of growing sugar beets places the
figure at IJS.T3 an acre. This leaves
a net profit of $44.23 per acre for the
entire district. Estimating the valu
of land uiHin which the .ft.oon acres of
beets were grown last season at $130
an acre, which Is certainly high
enough, the returns would be fully 3"
per cent on the Investment. That beats,
any bank stock in tlreeley.
"Rut very few farmers will asree
that the cost is as low as $38.73 per
acre. The same farmer of whom men
tion was made above says, when ev
erything is figured in it will cost the
farmer $30 an acre before he gets his
money. That is the highest figure we
The only perfect player extant. The only one having the The
modist and Metrostyle attachments, enabling the performer to) re
produce with a nicety, the very thoughts of the composers. Tfe
have the largest and finest stock In Arizona. W pay three
times more taxes on our stock than other dealers. We have soI4
In Arizona, the southwest, and Sonora. Mexico, over 3000 pianos.
Call and see our fine new stock of TALKING MACHINES, also
VIOLINS. GUITARS, ETC., as low as $2.90. Music, strings anal
Redewiis lusic Co. I
tat Cur Suit Room
Things that the Kxpress Co. is
bringing us every day.
The most beautiful line of fancy
Pilk Tettlcoats ever seen in Phoe
nix. A line of Silk Waists that has
no equal in the teriitoiy.
A very nobby line of lonp and
short coats and leather trimm-d
auto coats, and something ne.v in
this dupartnn nt every day.
t5 Pi Wl
have ever heard In this connection.
But we will take that figure for It.
which would leave only a net profit of
$33 to the acre. Even this will yield a
profit of 22 per cent on land valued at
$130 an acre. It has still got the
banking business beaten by a mile."
THE OCTAVE MINE.
FOR SALK a limited amount of
stock in this wel known Arizona, mine,
formerly held by a close corporation,
at the phi nominally low pric of S -c
per share. Send your orjer at once.
Address. Wm J- II- Strong. Suite 122.
133 LaSalle St.. Chicago.
A woman knows no vanity equal to
that possessed by the individual known
as a "ladles' man." Atchison Globe.
Today we continue our bii; Silk
sale. l'leniy of Kod things left
in plain cokued taffetas, in waist
and dress lengths. We have also
added several pieces of black s:.t
ins. Not a yard of these silks worth
less than $l.oe. opr price to close.
13 pieces fine Scotch Zephyr
Ginirh.iilis, mostly checks in navy,
light blue, nile and grey. A gen
uine 33e quality. Our sjiecial price
Is the best material we have found
for skirts; is finished just like lin
en, is a very smooth weave and
launders beautifully. 34 inches
" THE BEST ALWAYS"