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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1910.
SHARPLES CREAM SEPARATORS
Write us or Visit us
124-126-128-130 EAST WASHINGTON ST.,
And we Avill show you or write you about a Full
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE
HARNESS AND BUGGIES
WINONA WAGONS ;'; :.
HOOSIER DISC GRAIN DRILLS
JOHN DEERE PLOWS
JOHN DEERE DISC HARROWS
EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE
WE DO PLUMBING
Ezra W. Thayer
GUNS and AMMUNITION PAINTS and OILS
Just arrived a big shipment of BIG BEX and BABY BEN, the
ALARM CLOCKS you see advertised everywhere.
7K BIO BEX is a beautiful, punctual and watch-shaped SLEEP-
METER, with a MELLOW, restful tick that will not annoy you on
your lie-awake nights a cheerful, deep-toned voice that will call you
on your drowsiest mornings.
F. A. HILDERBRAN & CO.
Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing. 10 and 12 West Washington St.
THE BEST COMMERCIAL PRINTING COSTS
NO MORE THAN THE POORER WORK NEXT
TIME TRY THE
36 S. CENTER.
PHONE MAIN 81.
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
2 Blocks South of Court House
Cor. 2nd Ave. and Jackson St.
THE COOKING IS DIFFERENT AT THE
33 North First Avenue
Stewart & Tempin
Bicycles and Sundries
Next Door to P. O Phone Main 863
We have an interesting
collection of hats in every
size, from the snug fit
ting Auto Bonnet to the
large and graceful picture
creation. Try on these
hats and admire them if
you wish, criticise them
if you will. Study their
value and go elsewhere
if you so desire, hut we
know you will come hack
EXPERT MILLINERS ONLY
Corner Washing-ton and Seoond Strmt
and gently reared, women will llnd In
all the seasons of their lives; as maid
ens, wives and mothers, that the one
simple, wholesome laxative remedy,
which acts genUy and pleasantly and
naturally and which may he taken at
any time, when tho system needs
laxative,, with perfect safety and real
ly beneficial effects, is Syrup of Figs
and Elixir" of Senna.
It has that true delicacy of flavor
which is so refreshing to the taste.
that wanning and grateful toning to
the stomach which responds so favor
ably to Its action and the laxative ef
fect which is so. beneficial to tho sys
tern when, occasionally. Its gentle
cleansing is required.
The genuine, always bearing tho
name of the California Fig Syrup Co,
may be purchased from all leading
druggists in original packages of one
size only, price fifty cents per bottle.
SALT RIVER VALLEY
MISSIONARIES HERE TO FIND
LAND FOR FARMERS OF ORIENT,
Find Climate of This Section Remark
ably Like That of Their Native Land
and Are Favorably Impressed.
Searching for land upon which to
locate a colony of several hundred Per
sian farmers, Rev.- H. O. Alamshah and
Key. Isaac Adams, Baptist missionaries
with headquarters in Chicago, spent
yesterday in the Salt river valley. It Is
possible that they will locate their
colony near Mesa.
Both Mr. Alamshah and Mr. Adams
are Persians by birth and were con
verted to the Baptist faith. They arc
devoting their lives to spreading that
faith among their countrymen and to
finding homes in America for the poor
people of Persia who are being forced
to leave theft- country by the gradual
drying-up of their farms.
A colony which they located In
western Canada is flourishing, despite
tho fact that the climate is not at all
like that of Persia. Several hundred
more Persians have since come from
the old country and they are now wait
ing in Chicago until Mr. Alamshah and
Mr. Adams can find homes for them
The travels of the reverend gentle
men have carried them over a great
portion of the southwest. Yesterday
they declared that tho climate of the
Salt river valley is more nearly like
that of Persia than any they had en
countered. Persia's atmosphere is ex
tremely dry and the summers are very
hot. The winters, however, are quite
The missionaries are both highly
cultured and educated gentleman, who
seemed to think of nothing except the
good of the people who are depending
upon them to find them homes in the
new world. They left last night for
California to visit the San Joaquin val
ley and other farming districts which
have been recommended to them.
Persia is a dying country and her
people are being forced to emigrate
since they can no longer eke out sub
sistence on the sterile, barren deserts.
For hundreds of years the streams and
oases have been drying up.
EVER GET BIT?
Did you ever go to make" a purchase
of a certain article because you had
read about it, or had used it before
and liked it, to find when you got home
and compared it with the genuine, that
it was a rank Imitation? Imitation Is
a sincere form of flattery, and It is al
ways goods of real merit that are Imi
This article is printed as a warning
to our readers to be careful and see
that they get the genuine when pur
chasing a well advertised article, like
CASCARETS, for instance, which is
said to be Imitated more than any oth
er cathartic on the market. Never ac
ccpt a substitute, of anything unless
you want Inferior goods.
CO-ED STEAM ROLLER
AS USED IN CHICAGO
University Students Find a Girl at the
Head of Affairs on the Midway.
Mere man Is standing around in a
daze at the University of Chicago. The
feminine steam roller ground ahead for
a few more revolutions, and Thursday
morning the students awoke to the fact
that a woman is supreme in student af
fairs on the Midway.
Miss Hazel Stillman, a senior and a
prominent athlete, was made president
of the undergraduate council. This fol
lowed the success of herself and sev
eral other co-eds in defeating man can
didates for the council at the student
polls last spring and the entire stu
dent community Is now wondering
what course student affairs will take
under feminine rule.
"They say we can't run the council,
and the only reason they put forward
Is Just 'because when you get down to
It," said one of the young women who
aided in bringing about the victory.
N. A. Pfeffer, managing editor of the
Dally Maroon, the student newspaper,
"was "Incoherent on receiving the news
but promised to express sentiments ap
propriate to the occasion in tho next
Issue of his paper.
Football rallies, organization of
cheering at athletic games and meets
and the celebration of athletic victories
are other matters which are supervised
by the council. Whether the feminine
opinion, which has been wldespreacLfor
some time, that football looms too large
in student affairs will influence the
council's policy remains to be1 seem
The council has abolished the Junior
promenade, which was formeriv man.
agedljjy the junior co-eds. and has
substituted an interclass promenade, of
wWch,'it -is tin charge.- -Dher leadership j
of this prom carries with' It the prest
ige of social leader in student affairs
and is one of the most sought after
appointments in tho gift of the coun
cil. . Supervision of all elections. Includ
ing those of the various cte.sse3,- is an
other duty of the council. Disgusted
young men were complaining on all
sides that women would not know how
to run an election, but the young wom
en In question merely pointed to tho
comparative position, politically, of the
man and woman students at the uni
versity in proof of their political saga
city. The secret of their success, the
women say, is the loyalty with which
women stand 'by a candidate of their
own sex, while a large masculine con
tingent Is likely to vote for some popu
lar girl. Chicago Evening Post.
CHILD INJURED BY
KICK OF II HORSE
Six-Year-Old Wilfred Irvine Sustains
Severe Internal Injuries.
Stomach Blood and
Muchsickncss starts with weak stomach, end consequent
poor, impoverished blood. Nervous and palc-pcoplc lack
good, rich, red blood. Their Etomac!i3 need invigorating
for, after nil, a man can be no stronger than his stomach.
A remedy that makes the sJomucl: strong and the liver
active, makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives
out disease-producing bacteria and cures a whole multi
tude of diseases.
Get rid of yoar Sioznaclt lYczLncsr, ond
Liver Laziness Ity taking a cotirao oS
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dlscoycry
"the slreat Stomach Restorative, Liver
Invi&orator and Wood Cleanser.
You can't afford to accept any medicine ol unl-Koon
composition as a substitute for "Golden Medical Dhcov
cTf" which is a medicine op snottn composition, having
a complete list of ingredients in plair. English on its hot-tlc-wrappcr,
seme being attested as correct under oath.
Dr. Pierce's Pleosert PzllXs nzttlcto end lavlgonts Stomach,
Suffering from Internal Injuries re
sulting from the kick of a horse, lit
tle 6-year-old Wilfred Irvine Is lying j
in a serious condition at the home of j
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. .
Irvine, half a mile north of the city
limits on the Cavo Creek road, it is
believed that he will recover, though
he will be confined to his bed for sev
The manner In which the boy was
kicked Is not quite clear, as he has not
been able to givJ a complete account
of the affair. It Is known, however,
that ho was trying to catch a pony, but
failed. Returning to the house he told
his mother that the pony had kicked
him. She immediately saw that he
was seriously hurt and called Dr. IL
It was evident that the horse's hoof
had struck the lad's back, right over
tho kidneys, and that one of those or
gans had been injured. Dr. Hughes is
not yet able to say how badly injured
the child is, but thinks that he will be
all right In two or three weeks.
After he lay down In In his bed Wil
fred found that he was unable to move
without great pain in the back.
While the child cannot tell just, how
the horse kicked him, it b believed that
he was close to the animal's heels
when he saw that he intended to kick.
Turning to escape the blow, he received
the hoof upon his back.
A DAINTY TOILET ARTICLE.
Every lady who desires to keen up
her attractive appearance, while at the
Theatre, attending Receptions, when
shopping, while traveling and on all
occasions should carry in her purse a
booklet of Gouraud's Oriental Beauty
Leaves. This Is a dainty little booklet
of exquisitely perfumed powdered
leaves which are easily removed and
applied to the skin. It is invaluable
when the face becomes moist and
flushed and is far superior to a powder
puff as It does not spill and soil the
It removes dirt, soot and grease from
the face, imparting a cool delicate
bloom to the complexion. Sent any
where on receipt of Ten Cents in
stamps or coin. F. T. Hopkins, 37
Great Jones St.," New York.
For Sale No. l wheat for chickens,
$1.75 per cwt. phoenix Flour Mills, tf
You can buy a 25c package of picture
stationery at Hinckley's postofflce
News Store-for 15c. Phoenix views on
the paper and on tho envelopes. On
Center street facing the postofflce. dg
THE "REAL YOU" IN WOMAN.
Simplicity of manner is tho crown
ing touch of a woman the real you.
The rest is but the outer shell, a
matter of training the work, as with
simplicity of dress and house deco
ration of a clever milliner or deco
Do not pose, do not be affected,
and above all, do not boast. You
may not realize it, but In meeting
strangers the simple, .easy sincere
manner makes a much better im
pression with the right people than
airs, much manner, or great assump
tion of place and power.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS Mrs.
Wlnslow's 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.
For Sale No. l wheat for chickens.
?1.75 per cwt. phoenix Flour Mills, tf
Trimmed In color.
With lovely colored wings.
White is always attractive.
It lights up the wearer's face.
Making the features clear In out
If it rests low on the brow so
much the better.
Salmon croquettes are often made
by the addition of cracked crumbs, but
many families like theni better when
made with mashed potato. Two cups
mashed potato, one cup salmon which
has been boned and shredded, salt and
pepper to taste. Dip Into beaten egg
and cracker crumbs and fry in hot
. It MlIRS
Original aid BmhiIn
i hi roii-irmc itr ah Agis.
More healthful 'than Tea or Coffee.
Agrees with the weakest rjigesbon.
Delicious; kmgorateg and mow.
RichKdk,Tn6ited gram.towrJec form.
A fiuck kadi yrtfiirt fa a
Liver xacl Dowels.
The Overland Automatic
Insures Its Users
Loss of Time
OVERLAND TEL. CO.
English Kitchen Restaurant
Corner First and Adams Street.
THE BEST ALWAYS
An Exceptional Offering at
An offering that will meet with
a ninstant and large response,
for they are Suits possessing the
same character as the much
higher-priced kind. The ma
terials are Scotch tweeds, grey
mixtures and serges, in black,
navy and. several new shades.
All sizes. ITor the woman that
wishes to save some on her Win
ter Outfit, this is an opportunity.
New Tailored Waists
Made perfectly plain of Madras and
llnene, button front and pocket, laun
dered collar and cuffs; also one lot
same style, with black hairline
stripes. The fit and workmanship
of these Waists are excellent.
Children's Bearskin Coats $2.75
It's just cold enough in the evening to think about
something warm for the little folks. A Bearskin
Coat will help a great deal to the comfort of your
child. The colors are light, blue, brown, grey, red
and white. Call and get yours while we have all
Ever seen It before? 2Jo, It's
something new. Tho daintiest
little pieces one could have on
a dresser or on tho breakfast
table. You surely will enjoy
looking at It. We have Salt
Cellars, Sugar and Creamers,
Eau de Cologne Bottles, Hatpin
Holders, Whisky Bottles and
Casters, made of clear glass and
trimmed with silver, and they
are not high priced.
New Auto Veils
Shaded in blue, brown and "other
ices 81.50 to 5.00
New Soar f 9
Crepe do Chine, in Persian designs
and floral effects; just what you
need for evening wear.
Priees, each.. $3.50 to $750
New Hair Goods, arrived. Jfcriaaj. v
See -the new waohable, aanitaty
Hair Bolls .at. .'75
-IN V rrj I
Fine Showing of Gloves.
Get yours while wo have
Chamois Gloves lG-button,
natural color, and all sizes.
MPrle .v - v - S3.0Q
Maggioni Kid Gloves Two
clasp, all colors ;'exceptionaI
. good value at S1.50
Scala Kid Gloves Two-ciasp,
, all colors; also black and
white, at $1.25
Have you seen v the r new
Silk Gloves? They come" "in
'the prettiest evening shades
'asd, dainty embroidered.
Is known through
out the Southwest
as a Leading
Specialist in Chron
ic Diseases. .
He has the con
fidence and patron
age of the leading
business men ana
most Dromlnent cit
izens o rtnzona. Tho Doctor la a grad
uate) of Harvard Medical College. Wa
formerly a member of the Rhode Island
and Colorado State Medical Societies, and
United States Pension Examiner. Health
Is wealth Economy to be well I Are
you suffering from some chronic affec
tion? Are you weak, sick and unable
to perform the ordinary duties of life?
If so, beware of patent medicines, in
experienced and unskilled physicians.
Dr. Hibbard employs none but rational
and scientific methods he uses no In
jurious drugs In removing the poisonous
effects of BLOOD AND PRIVATE DIS
EASES from the uystem. SEXUAL
WEAKNESS, with all its baneful ef
fects positively cured by the latest and
best remedies. Chronic, nervous, blood,
kidney, urinary, bladder and special dis
eases treated in a strlctlv up to data
manner. All who have been unsuccess
fully treated elsewhere are especially
Invited to call Consultation free. Hours
10 to 12, 1 to 3. Office and residence
Monroe and Third Avenue. Southeast
corner, two blocks from jntar of city.
1 FRANK 6R1EBEL8
218 W. Washington
TEAS AND COFFEES
. , .. . , . --rr-"
You Must Stop
FOR A COOL ROOM AND
A QUIET NIGHTS REST.
THE WILLIAMS HOUSE
We have noth
ing better, more
the way of milk
to offer our
Nothing we can
say will con
vince you like a
trial. Then a
sion of its superi
ority will be unnecessary
E, S. WAKELIN