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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 20, 1910.
wisely directed, will cause her to
give to her little ones onty the most
wholesome and be ieficial remedies
and only when actually needed, and
the well-informed. mother uses only
the pleasant and gentle laxative rem
edy Svrun of Fisrs and Elixir of
Senna when a laxative is required
as it is wholly freo from all objec
tionable substances. 10 get its ben
pfieinl effects ahvavs buv the ecmi
ine, manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup t o.
WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY AND
School Dresses for
Ginghams and Calicoes in
A Big Assortment
W. Lukin Cash Store
New Goods Coming in Weekly
Watch our windows. See our line
before buying and you will find your
money goes further and you need go
Goodwin's Novelty Store.
FOR ALL KINDS OF
Automobile "Work and Sup
plies, go to the
J. A. Ahlquist & Co., Prop.
TRY GLYCERINE TONIC
In Our Window
locts. or two for 25cts.
HARMER'S DRUG STORE,
M. Ellingson & Sons
Dealers in hay and grain,
Beed grain, seed oats, feed,
oats, roled barley, alfalfa
seed, grain bags, etc.
South Side Realty Company
R. J. 8CHWEPPE, Pr.sld.nt.
INVESTMENT. TEMPE. ARIZ.
RED LETTER SALE
THE ARIZONA MER
See our south window for the best line of Sporting
Goods in Tempe. We are Spaulding's Exclusive
HARMER'S DRUG STORE TEMPE
Restaurant For Rent
Completely Furnished. Phone or
Apply to W. J. KINGSBURY,
AN ABSENCE OF NEWS
The Fault Lies In the Lack of Late
Twice now within tho past two
weeks the Tempe matter in .The Re
publican lias been missing. This is
the result, in both instances of a com
bination of circumstances, the feature
of which is the. mail service between
here and Thoeiilx. The last mail to
Phoenix during the day is at 3: OS.
Tills is entirely too early- for business
purposes of any kind and the Tempe
manager is obliged to depend on dif
ferent parties to carry his corres
pondence over on the 5 o'clock train.
Through no one's fault now twice in
a short time, the envelope has gone
estray and on both occasions did not
arrive at the office in Phoenix until
the next morning. This fact accounts
for the absence of Tempe news in
yesterday's paper. The people of tho
south side have for some time had a
justifiable kick on the absence of mail
on the latter train to Phoenix in the
evening and it is to be hoped that at
some time in the not far distant fu
ture, this matter can be more satis
ADVICE TO MOTHERS Mrs.
WInslows Soothing Syrup should al
ways be used for Children's Teething.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic and
Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
THE TEMPE GARAGE
IIS NEW QUARTERS
The Tempe garage is now located
in Its new quarters opposite the post
office. The new location is an ideal
one and the new building is all that
could be asked for and answers the
purpose for which it was constructed
perfectly. The new garage is fifty
feet by a hundred feet with a cement
floor over the entire area of floor
surface. A cement walk has also
been put in on the front of the build
ing and a cement drive way approach.
The garage is equipped with a wasli
rack, pit and every other feature that
a well regulated garage should have.
The stock was moved yesterday from
the Andre building, which for some
months has been the headquarters of
the Ahlquist Company, to their new
home and though the work on the
floor of the new building is not en
tirely completed, it will be in a day
or two and the firm is now doing bus
iness in the new home.
ODDS AND ENDS OF NEVS NOTES
Miss Irma Schmidt went to Liberty
Sunday morning where she yesterday
assumed charge of her school.
FOR TEN YEARS
Were Raw All Over Was Spreading
to Body and Limbs Used Cuti
cura and was Cured Also
Cured Daughter's Eczema.
"I had eczema on my hands for ten years.
At first It would break out only In winter.
Then It finally caw to stay.
I had three good do -tors to
do nil they could but r.ono
of them did ary Rood. I
then used one box of Cutl
cura Ointment and three
bottles of Cutlcura Hesolv
ent and was completely
cured. My hands were raw
all over, inside and o:;t, atid
the eczema was sprejt'ing
all over my body and limbs.
Before I had used one bottle
of Cutlcura Resolvent, together with the Cutl
cura Ointment, my sores were nearly healed
over, and by the time I had used the third
bottle, I was entirely well. I had a good
appetite and was fleshier than I ever was.
To any one who has any skin or blood disease
I would honestly advise them to fool with
nothing else, but to get Cutlcura and get well.
My hands, cured by the use of Cuticura. have
never given mc the least bit of trouble up to
now. I cannot recommend Cutlcura highly
enough. It has done me and my family so
much good. My daughter's hands this sum
mer became perfectly raw with eczema. She
could get nothing that would do them any
good until she tried Cutlcura. She used two
bottles of Cuticura Itcsclvent and one box of
Cuticura Ointment and in two week3 they
were entirely cuied. I have used Cutlcura
for other members of my family and it always
proved successful. I recommend it to any one
with eczema. After one; uing it vou will
never use anything else. Mrs. M. E. Falin,
Speers Ferry, Va.t Oct. 19. 1900."
Cutlcura ttf most economical treatment for
ntlfctlona of the akin and walp. A raVe of Cutlcura
txwn and a Not of Cutlura Ointment re olirn
Bufflrirnt. bold throughout the world, rotter Drue
Ctem. Corp, Sole I Tops., bos too.
CZE1 ON HANDS
F. W. Griffen,
"Walter Wilbur, Frank Peck, Prof,
and Mrs. F. M. Irish and Miss Louise
Lynd made a moonlight auto trip to
McDowell Sunday evening In the Wil
Sam Haught of Rye is a business
visitor here for a few days.
Mrs. J. II. "Woods returned yester
day from Montecello, Ark., where she
has been spending the summer.
Lon Winsor and family returned
home yesterday from California where
they have been spending a couple of
TALK ABOUT SLEEPING.
"Women are like men when it comes
to sleeping. Plenty of restful sleep
makes a man strong and vigorous, and
it makes a woman happy and beauti
ful. But both women and men can
procure restful sleep by using Sexinc
Pills. It is v-yll known that nervous
ness and overwork prevent sleep. It
is equally well known that Sexine
Pills produce that delightful relaxation
that folds one's tired limbs in Nature's
arms while the unconscious body
draws new life and vigor. Sexine Pills
are the perfect tonic. They are guar
anteed. They cost $1 a box: six boxes
$, with full guarantee inclosed. Ad
dress 'or call Elvey & Hulett where
they sell al the principal remedies and
do not substitute.
"Wanted boy or young man to de
liver bread. Chas. Rauer, Tempe. rib
THE PIANO CONTEST.
Following is the standing of the
contestants in the Arizona Mercantile
company's niano contest, each nartici-
' pant being known by number:
13S 1 210
Digestion and Assimilation.
It Is not the quantity of- food taken
but the amount digested and assimi
lated that gives strength and vitality
to the system. Chamberlain s Stom
nch and Liver Tablets invigorate the
stomach and liver and enable them
to perform their functions naturally
For sale by all dealers.
SULTAN ABDUL HAH
VARIOUS STORIES ABOUT THE
EX-SULTAN OF TURKEY.
Represents Him As Doing Carpenter
Work Through Fear Escaped
Berlin, Sept. 18. Many tales more
or less true have been told of the
present condition of Abdul Ilanild, the
deposed sultan of Turey. The Berlin
Lokalanzeiger asserts that tho follow
ing account of his condition is ab
solutely authentic, having been re
ceived from a correspondent in Salon
ica who is in a position to know tho
The former despot of Turkey, says
the Lokalnzelger's informant, Is shiv
ering with fear for bis life. He is in
constant dread of assassination by his
enemies. Since he was sent Into exile
nearly eighteen months ago he has
never shown Mmself at any of the
windows of tho Villa Allatini. He
dare not, for he is convinced that he
would be shot by one of his foes if lie
Neither advice nor entreaties nor
even medical orders will induce him to
lpave tho house and take exercise In
the garden. Not only does he remain
stubbornly indoors but nothing will
make him leave the first floor of the
villa. He fears to trust himself on
the ground floor lest bombs should
be concealed in the cellars beneath.
He will not go up to the second floor
for he thinks the villa might Ikj, set on
fire and lie would porish before he
A victim of insomnia, lie never
undresses, but his thin, bowed figure
is seen wandering through the night
from room to room until finally Abdul
Hamid falls exhausted and slumlwrs
fitfully on a couch. He works as a
carpenter during the day, and recent
ly lie finished making a large ward
robe. Strangely enough his one de
sire is to find a purchaser for it
At Fountains & Elsewhere
Thi Original and Genuine
The Food-drink for Ail Ages.
At restaurants, hotels, and fountains.
Delicious, invigorating and sustaining.
Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel without it
A qaick Unci prepared ia a minute.,
Im No Gamklnm or Trust
It is inot that he needs the money.
but he longs to convince himself that
the work of ills hands is of monetary
value. He begs his warders for leave
to send the wardrobe away from the
villa to be sold, but his request is
refused invariably. The Turkish gov
ernment fears that within the wood
work there may be concealed some
message to his friends.
Abdul Hamid Knows nothing of the
outside world. Neither he nor the two
wives and the servants who followed
him Into captivity are allowed to
read any newspaper. Once his keen
desire to learn what was happening
led him to attempt to bribe one of
his warders, to whom he offered $500
for the latest newspapers.
Whenever an officer or a warder
speaks to him the ex-Sultan tries to
start a conversation, but orders are
stringent. Only the most indefinite
answers must be given to any Ques
tion which Abdul Hamid may put.
His first question is invariably:
What do people say and think about
me?" He has also repeatedly in
quired whether the monarchs of Eu
rope have expressed opinions about
him, and if so what they were. He
clamors for details of the revolution
which ended his reign.
Sometimes ho sits hour after hour
deep in meloncholy meditations. Re
cently when the officers on duty con
gratulated him on his birthday Abdul
Hamid wept and said: "I was once
a great Sultan, and therefore you can
only mock me when you congratulate
me in my humiliation."
Abdul Hamid is intensely lonely.
Abdul Rachim, the only son who fol
lowed him Into captivity, has de
serted him, declaring that his father
was so petulant and nervous that no
one could endure life in his vicinity.
Burhann ed Din, his favorite son, to
whom he desired to leave his crown,
has repudiated his father, accus
ing him of having caused the death of
his mother because Abdul Hamid re
fused to summon a competent medical
man to attend her in her illness.
On the other hand, Mrs. Archibald
Little, who recently paid a visit to
Salonica. could find no trace of the
ex-Sultan's presence in the town. She
attributes an article to a London
newspaper on the subject. In which
she says that everybody In .Salonica Is
convinced that Abdul Hamid is no
longer a prisoner in the Villa Allatini.
Nobody could offer any explanation
regarding his mysterious disappear
ance until Mrs. Little chanced upon a
Macedonian patriot who pretended to
know tho true facts of the case.
"Do you not remember," he said,
"how the ladies of the harem went
away a few months ago' on the pre
text that a daughter of the Sultan
was about to bo married? You know
of course tli.it there was no wedding.
They went away by night.
"Well, they were counted, and there
were thirteen of them. Only twelve
came In and thirteen went away, and
one of them stooped very much and
had a very faltering step. It was
thought this was the Sultan.
"Do you think I have no relations
with the shopkeepers and others here,
no means of getting at facts? Of
course I have. I know no provisions
are delivered to the Villa Allatini
since that night departure, and three
days afterward the German bank
handed over to the Young Turk party
that large sum of money it had in de
posit, and which it had always re
fused to hand over without the Sul
"He had said he would rather die
than give his signature: yet he gave
it. That sum of money was the
price the Sultan Abdul Hamid paid in
order to bo removed from Salonica to
Constantinople or wherever he wanted
The story, says Mrs. Little, seemed
to explain everything, and she adds:
"Curiously enough even those most
uncertain as to his whereabouts do
not seem to think that Abdul Hamid
Is dead. While in Constantinople one
of the most expert of guides calmly
indicated his whereabouts to a travel
ing party of Americans, calling atten
tion to the number of sentries around
a certain palace- In Stamboul and say
ing, 'There is the Sultan Abdul Ham
id." Can It possibly be that ho was
right, and if so would not that ex
plain the unpopularity of the English
of late and the nominally Young
Turkish government, also possibly the
break up or break down of the Al
It was Saturday evening in the bar-J
"Roy," said the man who had been
waiting two hours, "what kind of a
plant Is that growing out there in the
"That, sir, Is a .century plant," re
sponded the wieldcr of the shoe
"It is, eh? Well, I'll have the chance
of seeing it bloom.
"Bloom? Why, boss, that plant oni
blooms every 100 years."
"Oh. well it'll bloom before my turn
comes in the chair, anyway" Chi
H-H-H-M'l M M K"I I I 1 1 1 t H"M
Marshall Bowen and Jack McFar-
land were down from Goldfield yes
terday laying In a stock of supplies.
M. J. Dougherty was a Phoenix
business visitor yesterday.
George Keller was initiated Into
the second degree of the Knights of
Pythias last night.
The condition of Bonnie Hawley,
who Is 111 at the M. II. Best resi
dence, remains unchanged.
Ed. L. Pomeroy was a Phoenix bus
iness visitor yesterday.
City Engineer Shibley returned yes
terday from a business visit to the
Professor Johnson, in charge of last
year's baseball team in the Upion
High School, reports that tho pros
pects are good for another team this
season and that the basketball ma
terial is extra good.
Miss Anne O'Connell has resumed
her old position as stenographer in
the A. J. Chandler offices.
The front curtain for the Mesa
opera house has arrived, bearing the
advertisements of a number of lead
ing business firms of the city.
C. E. Angulo of the Toggery, who
has been off duty for several days on
account of sickness, is again able to
be at his work.
For Upbuilding o( Town
T IS ON FOOT
Suggested It Could Be
Made a Body for the Dis
semination of Informa
tion and Introduction of
There is a movement on foot at
the present time which will have
for its object the centralizing of the
energies of the many residents of
this place who are working for the
upbuilding of the town. It is a well
known fact that there are a number
of citizens of Mesa who are heartily
In favor of seeing the town go ahead
and are willing to give of their time
and money for that purpose, how
ever, with the understanding that
the energy which is now applied In
dividually shall be applied collect
ively In other words that there
shall be a "pull altogether." It Is
to the credit of the town that it is
not severed by any factions to any
appreciable extent but it is also to
Its discredit that there is no con
certed movement by any organized
body for the bringing of people and
industries to the place.
The Mesa Chamber of Commerce,
with all due respect to that organ
ization which has been of much
worth to the town, has apparently
outlived its usefulness. It is true
that it maintains an exhibit and
sends out literature and is backed
by men who have the future devel
opment of the Mesa section at heart
but as an active organization and
an agent for live work, its real
worth is probably overestimated. It
Is not the purpose of this article
to berate anything that the Cham
ber of Commerce has done or any
thing it may do in the future, but in
a recital of the true conditions of
Mesa the Chamber of Commerce can
not be recognized for more than it
The time for tho organization of
an active force of business men and
residents of the Mesa community has
arrived if the strangers who have
begun to arrive are to see this sec
tion of the valley in a manner which
will be appreciated. Not only will an
organization be for the betterment of
the future conditions but It will assist
the present conditions. It will give
the merchants and professional men a
chance to get together as well as the
ranchers and tradesmen. With an or
ganization of this kind lecturers can
be brought here vho will address the
ranchers upon subjects of interest to
them. The real estate men can fur
nish lists of rooms and ranches for
rent which in turn can bo referred to
any strangers that may come in seek
locations. The matter of locating new
residents may be reduced to a system
and which will not in the least de
tract from the profits of those firms
whose business It is to sell land or
rent houses. Not only will a live
commercial club be enabled to In
augurate a system as outlined above,
but it will be able to take hold of
any public enterprise and push it to
completion. It has been suggested
Food That Makes it a Pleasure.
"I have a large amount of laborious
brain-fatiguing work to do," writes a
young lady from Richmond. Va. "Aft
er returning from the office, I have
found myself so completely exhausted
that I was unable to engage in any rec
reation or amusement.
"I tried several expensive tonics
without effect, and finally noticing an
advertisement of Grape-Nuts as a food
recommended to brain workers, I pur
chased a package and tried it.
"I found it extremely palatable, and
after a week's use (two meals of it a
day) I noticed a general Improvement
ia my condition. The feeling of ex
treme exhaustion was growing less, and
strength visibly Increased.
"I began to put on flesh and felt
ready to enter into the amusements of
the other members of the family, and
now after using 'the food for eleven
months, I am like a new person. I do
not have the sensation, of fatigue; my
brain is clear; eyes' bright; akin rosy
and healthy and my muscles have
strengthened to a marked degree.
"I am now able to walk from the of
fice home, a distance of 3& miles up
one of the steepest hills for which our
city is famous, and 'to engage in any
amusements that may come in my
"I am also using Postum with excel
lent results. My sister-in-law, who
lives In Norwalk, Conn., writes me that
she uses it also, and has not suffered
from the distressing sick headaches
she formerly had."
Read "Tho Road to Wellvllle," found
in pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Ever read the abo've letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are genuine, true, and full of human.
Interest. " " ' 1
that suitable rooms some place in the
business district be selected where in
formation can be disseminated and
where meetings may be held as oc
casion demands and at regular ia
tervals. There is hardly a resident
of the south side but what is anx
ious to see this section of the valley
forge to the front and the only prob
lem is the getting together and a
unanimous push in the same direc
tion at the same time.
"I have a world of "confidence In
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for I
have used it with perfect success,"
writes Mrs. M. I. Basford, Poolesvllle,
Md. For sale by all dealers.
INDIANS AND MEXICANS
IN JUSTICE COURT
A Result of Saturday and Sunday's
The details of the drunken jolli
fication of Mexicans and Indians re
ported In these columns Sunday
morning, had an airing In Justice Ir
win's court yesterday afternoon. Dep
uty Sheriff Burton and Officer Pet
erson yesterday morning drove out
to camp No 2 about seven miles
northeast of town and returned with
six prisoners, Mexicans and Panago
-Indians. Homer Miller, a Papago,
was charged with drawing a gun on
W. L. Davis of Lehi. It was re
ported that the Indians and Mexicans
became rather obstreperous In Lehi
Sunday and a number of John Doe
warrents were issued for them. Miller
pleaded riot guilty to the gun charge
and his case will be heard this morn
ing at 10 o'clock. Joe Luna, a Pap
ago pleaded guilty to selling liquor
to Indians and was sentenced to thir
ty days in jail Ignacio Padeo and
Juan Ruiz were eacli sentenced to a
fine of $15 which was paid with a
little dusting of pockets and some
short loan promises. Francisco Laes
tro pleaded not guilty to selling liquor
to the Indians but he was examined
and' found guilty by the court and
sentenced to thirty days in the county
A Burglar in Town
his name is "bud cough". He doesn't
care for gold or silver but he will steal
your health away. If he appears in
your house arrest him at once with
Ballard's Horehound Syrup, it may
mean consumption if you don't. A
cure for all coughs, colds and chest
troubles. Price 25c, 50c and JL00 per
bottle. Sold by Elvey & Hulett. quali
ENROUTE TO KANSAS.
Mrs. W. McFrederlck and oldest
son and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McFred
erlck left yesterday for Harper. Kan
sas, where they will in all probabil
ity make their future home. W. Mc
Frederlck will leave about the first
of the year for Harper, which was his
home prior to coming to this place.
Mr. McFrederlck went to Kansas In
the early eighties, withstood the
drought which sent many of the
homesteaders back to their homes in
HIGH SCHOOL OPENEO
WITH LARGE ENROLLMENT
TEACHERS READY TO COMMENCE
Over Sixty Students Enrolled in First
The Mesa Union High School began
its second year yesterday morning,
with all teachers In their places and
an encouraging enrollment. The ex
act number of pupils has not been
determined but it is believed that
the first year pupils will number
At this time it might be well to
correct an error that crept into these
columns Sunday morning in regard to
tho hours of school. The high school
will open at 8:45 a. m. instead of
3:15 as announced.
The formal opening exercises took
place yesterday morning in the high
school assembly room with Professor
Robertson presiding. The teachers
were seated upon the stage and were
introduced to the pupils each re
sponding with a few words. The
teachers with their respective
branches for the following term are
Zebulon Pearce, principal, mathe
matics. Miss Lull, commercial course.
F. C. Johnson, manual training and
-Miss Andrews, domtstic science.
S. D. Rice, science.
Miss Hageman, history and Latin.
Miss Stewart, English, German and
The classes In domestic science and
manual training will bo retarded
somewhat in the beginning of their
work from the fact that the rooms
which will be used for these studio
have not been entirely equipped and
until the work of finishing Is com
pleted the classes will not be or
ganized. However, it is understood
that it will be but a very few days
until the rooms will be thoroughly
Robert M. Weed with the Pacific
Fire Underwriters, was a Mesa visitor
yesterday for the purpose of adjust
ing, the rates, on new buildings which
hXve"'gone"'Tip"'in the town since the
QHAS. pm JONES,
making of the dast report.
LOS ANGELES TEMPERATURE.
A letter from C. Fred Brackettj
who is at present is in Los Angeles
Is to the effect that ho is not get
ting cooled off very rapidly in the
coast town. He reports the tem
perature in California as warm.
The Mesa Chapter of the American
Woman's League will meet Wednes
day, September 21st, at 2:45 p. ni..
in the Relief hall.
1. j- cc
ELY'S CREAM BALM
Applied Into tho nostrils
Is quickly absorbed.
GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE.
It cleanses, soothes, lieals aud protects the
diseased membrane resulting from Catarrh
and drives away a Cold iu the Head quickly.
Restores the Senses of Taste aud SiaelL
It is easy to use. Contains no injurious
drugs. No mercury, no cocaine, no inor
phino. The household remedy.
Price, 50 cents at Druggists or by mail.
ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St., New York.
DR. TOM YOUNG
At Crescent Drug Store
Res Phone Xo. Main 461.
Mrs. Edgar Demrick, proprietor. Tha
only first-class hotel and dining room
LARGE SAMPLE ROIMS.
Bus meets all trains.
MESA, ARIZONA. 1
.M-I"M"M"M"I"t 'M"K"M"M i'H-H ii
You want, go to
I l Mfr'M-W-I-M 'M-I-I'M' I I1 1 I IU
AN EXPERT MIXER
TRUE FRUIT SYRUPS
THE BEST ICE CREAM AND
"Hesa city BANJT"
We will be pleased to
BY STAGE - i
To Eoosevelt and Eeturif,
Mesa-Eoosevelt Stage Co.
"SEE US FIRST"
The Wilbur Realty Co.
"Everything in Real Ertats."
I K I I l'X-M"H"H"M-I-
,Wo Do Anything frm a fJouth
rreatern Sunset to a Barnyard
Buggy ind BIgn Pxlutlng a
ME5A PAINT SHOP.
Why Pay 15c for City Soda
Crackers when you can get
them for 10c? Fresh Green
Openshaw & Johnson
Prescriptions our specialty.
CRESCENT DRUG CO.,
We handle only the best Pure
Drugs, Medicines, Perfume, Combs,
Brushes, Rubber Goods, Fine Station
ery and Cigars.
K o -551 ME rM