TME ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDIy" MbRNINGr, '.AUGUST 18 1910. 1
$32.50 Silk Dresses $5.98
One of the greatest economy of
ferings ever presented. High grade
dresses, dozens of different models,
made of Cheney Bros, foulards,
pongee or taffota. Various fashion
able shades amongst them, $16.30
to $32.50 Tames today
15c laces' 7e
A Large Lot ofrFine Val
or- German made, Edgings
and Insertions' in the
prettiest p a. 1 1 e r n s and
many widths, formerly
sold up to 15c Special
today, . Tn
Soiselte 19 c
Genuine S oi s et'te A
brand new line, ,in white,
cream, tan, cardinal, sky,
and black, lengths from
10 to 20 yards and usual
ly retailed at 35c special
today, 1 Qo
Ramony Percales lie
Ya?d-wide 'Ramony Per-'
cales the best bv everv
test, a multitude of dainty
designs to ch'pose from,
absolutely fast colors,
everywhere 15c here , to
20c Vests 10c
Women's Fine Ribbed
Summer Vests Low neck
and no sleoves, taped arm
holes and neck, yoke of
crocheted lace, best 20c
values special 4 AA
for today I UU
$12.50 Street Dresses $4.98
A splendid assortment from which
to make selections. Made of either
French Gingham, Scotch Madras, or
Cotton Foulard, plain and tunic ef
fects, regularly sold from $8.50 to
$12.50 todav t QQ
Night Gowns 25c
Women's Muslin Night
Gowns have yoke of
hemstitched tucks, Heck
and sleeves ruffled, all
sizes, the styles we usual-
lv retail at 50c
Special today. . .
Make Your Comforters
Now, and save 3Vc per
yard on your covering;'
Silkolines in solid colors
and fancy floral designs,
full yard wide, all colors
represented in this offer
ing regular 1214c Silko
lines today, tli
yard till !
Samples of Lingerie Dresses
We have on hand about4 30 high-class Sample
Dresses, made of Linen or Lingerie, ail imported
models that formerly retailed from J18.50 to $35
we are offering the choice of these
$7.00 Street Dresses $3.23
One of the most conspicuous of today's Bargains
is this particular item. Tub Suits and Dresses
made of various dependable wash materials in
solid colors, stripes and checks, all stylish affairs,
heretofore sold up to $7.00
for today only
Samples of Lingerie Waists
Come in today and sec wjfether we cannot fit
you 'in one of these thorc arc not all sizes, but a
large collection of pretty models, all Samples, no
two alike, formerly sold from $2.50
to $1,00 Choice, today for
$37.50 Silk Dresses $17.77
A MARVELOUS AGGREGATION OF FASHION
ABLE MODELS Pongee and Foulard Silk
Drcsse3 tastefully trimmed and most elaborately
finished, everv desirable color you may wish.
Values UP to $37.50. .
Today, choice ....
Curtain Swisses 10c
A New Line of Them in
polka dots, stripes and
floral effects; all pure
white, 36 inches wide and
usually sold at 12Vc
vard ... I
Pillow Cases 10& .
Ready-f or-Use Pillow
Cases of excellent qual
ity Muslin, torn; and iron
ed, sizes 42x36 and 45x
36, should he 15c spec
RIBBED UNION SUITS
Low neck and sleeveless,
umbrella style, pants that
are lace trimmed. Regular
for today only,
REGULAR 20c TURKISH
BATH TOWELS fringed,
cither bleached or un
bleached, good size, for
K Price for 1
Y2 Price for .
, POWDER The best thre
is and generally retailed
at 25c per box either bo
rated or perfume, j
box. today 1
36-INCH WIDE WHITE
IRISH LINEN Light,
medium and heavy weight,
warranted pure Linen
and suitable for - shirt
waists and suits, formerly
retailed at 50c and 5c
just for today only.
MAYERS LOSE IN
FAMOUS LAND SUIT
DECISION IN COMPLICATED. CASE
fi.WAS RENDERED YESTERDAY.
Fruit and Irrigation
Company Given-tho Right of Way
on tno aouin una.
"What was undoubtedly the most
complicated suit ever brought before
the local land office was decided yes
terday by 'Receiver Arnold. ' It is the
case of Francis R. Mayer, successor
to the South Gila Land company, and
James. L. Gant against the Southwest
ern Arizona Fruit and Irrigation com
pany and the Dendora Valley Ditch
company with the Aztec company as
Intervenor. The case has been decided
adversely to the Mayer interests. An
appeal will undoubtedly be, taken.
; The case started March 22 and con
tinued till March 31. The South Gila
company was given till July 1 to sub
jhlt briefs and the Southwestern com
pany was given till August . in which
to" submit a reply; An array of the
best legal talent of Arizona, was rc-
ained by the different parties to the
lit. fcib'bcy and Bennett and
M. E. Leverich represented the
Southwestern company; v. H. StiU
iveli acted for Gant; Judge Baker
John R. Hampton and Former Senator
Thurston were Mayer's attorneys and
Armstrong'and-Stanford took care of
the interests of the Aztec company.
Just what the Mayers will do now
that the case has been decided -adversely
to their interests is not definitely"
known. They have thirty days in.
which to appeal, to. a higher court'
which will be to the commissioner of
the general land office! It Is believed
that it wasthc intention of the Mayers'
to transfer their interests to two com
panies, whose articles of incorporation
were filed here May 4th last. The.
companies were the Arizona company
$nd the Arizona. Land company They
had been successfully" financed and it !
was the intention of the incorporators
to promote the irrigation project on the !
South Gila and place a large area un
der cultivation. Judge Mayer and! his
j son Francis Rudolph Mayer are now in
" The text of the decision is as fol-.
Serial Xo. 02480, Phoenix, Arizona
Frances R. Mayer and James L,
Gant "s. The Southwestern Arizona
Fruit and Irrigation Company and the
Dendora Valley Ditch Company, The
Aztec Canal company, Intervenor.
Decision of the Register and Receiver.
On March 19. 1908, the Dendora Ditch
company applied (serial 0661.) under
the act of March 3, 1891. (26 Stat.,
1095), for a right of way for a ditch
traversing lands and townships 4. and
5 south of range 8 west, G. and S. M..
On January, 1909. the Southwestern
Arizona Fruit and Irrigation company
Not -muscle, but brains governing muscle.
-'Thequalityr-of brain can be "changed by
certain selection of food. 1
fZ-Ai :food? expert perfected a brain-build-
ingw-fopd by preparing certain elements in
wheat and barley in a way tliatt nature.!
'would ''make use of. That food' is
In it the Potassium Phosphate, obtained;
, ' fi'dmna'ture'si grains; (riotvti'oin-tlie drug
.' shop) is retained in minute particles. This
.-v, jias an affinity for Albumenj -and these
two with water make the soft gray matter
--tm the brain and'nerveeenttesi ? ;'
- A solidf act1' you .can ' demonstrate )5y the"
use of- Ta-rape-NutSi
In 10 ays
yoiucau see the difference in yourself, ano?
"know - c ;:f.'V ' "
filed an application fSerial 024S0) for a
right of way, under the provisions of
said act, for a reservoir covering parts
nf section 1, 2. 10, 11 and 12. township
5 south of range 9 west, and canal
'running from a point in said section 10
to a point in section 3, township 0
south of range 11 west.
A protest against the allowance of
the application of the Southwestern
company was filed by Francis R. May
er, as successor in interest to the
South Gila Canal company. James L.
Gant protested the application of the
Dendora Valley company.
By letter "F" of June 26th 1909 a
hearing was ordered by the commls-J
on July 14th," 1909, notices, issued for
a hearing at this office on October
20th. 1909. After several continuances
the taking of testimony was bogun on
March 22nd., 1910, and concluded eight
There was no appearance by or on
behalf xjf the Denlora Valley DUch
company. That company's appiiunli-n
for, the right of wr.y (Serial 0661) hav
ing, beer, at its request, returned to
It on February 19th. 1910. On Feb
ruary 26th, 1910. James L. Oant filed
in this office a certified copy of a de
cree of the district court of the third
district of Arizona, decreeing said
Gant to be the owner of an undivid
cd ten-twelfths of the canal which the
Dendora Valley Ditch company applied
for a right'Of way
It appears that on September 1st,
1S2, the South Gila Canal company
filed in the Tucson office an applica
tion for a right of way for a ditch and
two reservoir sites, traversing lands in
conflict with the "subsequent applica
tion of the Southwestern company. By
letter "F" "Of March 26th, 1894 the
commissioner of the general land office
returned the two maps and the field
notes to- the Tiicson office, holding
that the application was not in con
formity with the' regulations in force
at the time of filing. Said letter
concluded as follows;
"Send a copy of this letter, togeth
er with the enclosures to the proper
officer of the company," and' notify him
that the company will be allowed to
rcfilc its amended" application."
Indorsed, on, sa.ld-'.lqtfer-is the follow
ing: "Pnrty notified April 7th, 1891."
The application, itnaps, etc., were not
refilcd. However on February 21st.,
1910,: there was filed in this office by
Francis R. Mayer, .as successor of
South, Gila Canal company, certain
mai)S..ete.. in lieu of those filed In the
Tucson office In 1892.
The South Gila Canal company was
organized in 1887,'and In the following
year entered Into a contract for the
construction of a, ditch having Its head
at the river two or thrco miles below
the proposed daimsftc. The .ditch wa3
completed in JS89, and water was turn
ed into it that year.' In';1891 the com- j
pany employed an engineer to make a
survey; for a dam by which to im-
pound'tKo1 water, and actual work was
begun on the dam early in 1892. Work
was suspcndeH In" the fall or 1893 be
cause of financial' difficulties, and in
JAhuary, 1895, suit to . foreclose a
:moftgasc given by .the company, was
Instituted, resulting In the sale of the
rights nf the company to one W. H.
Barnes' on March 4th. v 1897 Sub
sequent transfers' were made to 'Frank
H. Woodwprth' (Octbber, 1904) the
'Southern Arizona Irrigation company
(October;i90O, Charles' 'Maye r (July,
15th., 1908), and Frances Randolph,
Mavor tMnrcln ;9093
Prior to the foreclosure of the
mortgage given by. tlin South Gila.
Canal company, the company had failed
to pay its' Workmen and material men,
resulting ih-th'c filing of liens and the
'sale of all ls''persbnuT property. Work
in the project ceased Ip. the fall of
'1893, ni& in the two years following
'everything movable was removed from
Jthe, sightfqt; the dam, '-haVing been sold
;unuer, oruers oi me courts 10 satisry
:vnrJoUs liens. r
r3Chcjamal ..constructed by the South
Gilfutompany ,evgiv parrledvuter piore.
than Uirce months at a time, and hut
one crop was raised by water there
from, the claimants of the ten .thous
and or twelve thousand acres located
under the ditch were forced to
abandon their lands and ihe water
rights they had purchased' from sahl
On March 12th?, 1910. V, Chhk, Aztec
Canal comnanv filed an application
(Serial 09374 )for a right of-way for k
ditch across and through spctlons 1J,
14, 23, 26, 27, 32, 33 and Sirtbwnship 5
soutli of range 10 west; ,secJjons 5 and
6, township C souin oi .ran?a uwesi,
and sections 1 and 2, township 6 gaith
of range 11 west. On themijiKda said
company, filed a protcsMginst thp
application of 'the "Southwestern and
th& South- Gila co'rapaniesr alleging
thar the canal of the Aztec company
has been in use for upwards of
twenty years. By consent of all parties
the Aztec company was allowed to In
tcrvene and submit testimony. There
was nothing presented thatseriouHly
challenged the rights of ' the South
western company, ."t
It is undisputed that the South' Giht
Land company and its successors, took
no steps to protect the application for
a right of wav fiied in 1892, until after
the Southwestern company and its
predecessors had actually begun the
r-onstnirtlon of a dam on land for
which a patent had been granted by I
the United States. Moreover, the pro
ject uf the South Gila company was
apparently abandoned, no work there
on having been prosecuted from 1893
to the date of hearing. Even if the
rompanv was excused for Its inaction
during the time its affairs were fn the
Iran ds of a receiver, it would be in
equitable and unjust to allow the pres
ent protest, after the long time that
has elapsed since tho sale of the rights
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of the shovel. This invasion of mas- J from which will spring a clubhousa
euline tcrritorv will extend, it seems' conceived in the constructive and help-j
. . . i fnl snirit of a. home. SnokannfFfnokt"?
probable, as far as woman may elect.
Particularly will there be no objection
when the implement is devoted to such
worthy ends as the breaking of ground '
for a clubhouse.
Men like club houses. They not only
like them for themselves but for wom-
ful .spirit of a home.-
of the company (in 1807), to now per- L I 4,c ""; l af
fect an application apparently abandon I "CW m?.n 3 c,ub' the,rei?r.e' dug th?
pplication apparently abandon
ed sixteen years ago.
In our opinion, the application of the
Southwestern Aiizona Fruit and' Irri
gation qnmpanv for a right of way for
its proposed reservoir, damnum! canal.
should bo allowed.' We so 'recommend.
Thirty du's are allowed Francis R.
Mayer, James, Ga"nt and the Aztec
'anal company in which to appeal
CJIAKLKS II. PARICKR, Register.
' CHARLES E. ARNOLD Receiver
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"SHE" AND THE SHOVEL.
turf at Ninth avenue and Walnut street
Monday night as the first step In the
erection of their new home Spokane
manhood rejoiced. I
For them en .know deep down in their
hearts1 that aswomcn arc'eUer than
men, so . their clubs arc superior or
ganizations. Instead of devoting them
to idleness and pleasure, they are de
voted t improvement and usefulness.
No bottle of champagne is broken ovec
the prow of the new venture, there arc
no antics of an Initiatory goat. Instead
of singing "Jolly good fellows." the
ladies sing "Home Sweet Home." In
place of the card and locker room there
will me in the woman's club a kitchen
where domcs'tlc science will be. taught.
Hail to the new woman's club, and
hail to the spirit of the women who
founded it! There could be no more fit-
Though man objects strenuously to ting emblem of their order than that
woman using the hammer, there will be implement of husbandry, the shovel.
little objection, one opines, to her use with which they broke the sod and
-Spokano Masculinity Approve When
Woman Broke Ground for a
KNEW HIS BUSINESS, w
Guest Thl3 seltzer water seems-dead.
Why Isn't it charged? . H
Walter Nothing's charged here, sir; .
this is a strictly cash cafe.
Make Your "Meat"
These are troublous times for the man who fnnrL
The Government is after the beef trusty the poultry
trust and "the cold storage egg". But while con
gress, state legislatures and grand juries are "investi
gating" the high cost of living, your meat bills and
grocery bills are soaring higher and higher. -
The fbod problem is an easy' one If you know
' tm - a mm v h k b am m mi mm km
It contains more reaCboSy-buildini riutnmerit than
meat or eggs, is more easily digested and costs ifiuch
less. Always cleanalways pure alwaysrthe
same price. Your grocer sells it; ' ' t .
Shredded Wheat Biscuit is made of the
whole wheat; steam-cooked, shredded
and baked in the cleanest, finest food
factory! the world. It is rcady-cobkedj,
ready-to-sGrvc. Two' 'Shreddecl JWfieat
Biscuits heated in the byeri to restore
crispneis', and eatery with a little hot
milk, and salted prc'weqtcned to, suit the
taste, will supply all trie energy needed
for a Half-day's work. ' If, you Iikejtfpr
breakfastfffyou will like it .for any meal
fn cprnbiRatibn witn, jregetables, baked
apples, sliced bananas, stewed, prunes,
or other fruits. ,
ALL THE "MEAT" OF THE GOLDEN WHEAT
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