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i P 7 THE ARIZONA EEPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1910.
Deprived of their natural and greatest
. charm Women become objects of
; aversion even to themselves.
The women of today have become victims of an
ovcr-civllizatlon. In their zeal and endeavor to keep
pace with the demands of fashion they have con-
verted their heads into germ incubators.
Thousands of ladies will testify to the fact that
the advent of the rat, puffs and pompadours'marked
the beginning of their trouble the appearance of
dandruff and the attendant loss of hair.
The -massive head dresses of the present have
given that busy little microbe, the dandruff germ, an
opportunity never before equalled for destructive
work. As a result ladies who have never been
troubled are now afflicted with
dandruff and their hair comes out
by the handful.
Every mail brings new evidence
of the prevalence of hair trouble.
The story told by these letters is
one of interest to every woman, be
cause they also reveal the avenue
Mrs. I. Kinney of 2C1 Crown St.,
New Haven, Conn., writes: "Your
Hcrpicidc is working like a charm.
The itching has stopped and new
hair is growing."
From Denver, Colo., comes a
glowing tribute: "I attribute the
restoration of my hair entirely to
the superior merits of your Herpi
cide." Signed, Airs. M. Mcgrue,
1717 Tremont Street.
'M MORTALITY RATE OF
ARIZONA VERY LOW
Figures of Territorial Health' Officer
Compiled Since Last Census
TIGERS COMPOSED OF '
Jewels Will Have Worthy
Tebben's New Nine.
That the death rate of Arizona Is
remarkably low is proven by figures
complied by Dr. E. S. Godfrey, terri
torial health officer, since the census
bureau announced the population ac
cording to the enumeration of 1910. As
soon as the report came In Dr. God
frey began to compile tables and found
that during the year ending June 30, a11 conditions
There is no longer any doubt in the
minds of Phoenix fans but that the
approaching series of five games be
tween Bill Alvord's Jewels and Tcb
ben's Tigers will result in some of the
prettiest contests ever seen upon the
local diamond. The work of every
player on the Jewels nine has become
familiar to every lover of the game.
No enthusiast but can tell off-hand th
capabilities of every member of the
Jewels and knows just about what to
expect of the team as a whole under
The qirl with beautiful hair is
puffs or switches, she has hair of her Thousands Are Saved
own and plenty of it.
The woman who never uses Herpicido
is aptly described as "a rag, a bone
and a hank o' hair."
Saves the hair. It kills the dandruff germ and prevents the hair from falling. The use of this
powerful germicide and scalp dressing has saved thousands of women from worse than baldness that
scraggy, thin, wispy hair, so ugly and unsightly the kind of hair that will make an otherwise hand
some woman homely. It stops itching of the scalp instantly. ' (
12.6 persons died In Arizona for each
1,000 inhabitants. This is exclusive of
the deaths resulting from Imported tu
berculosis, which amount to 2.3 per
The death rate for the counties Is as
Apache, 5.3; Cochise, 13.8; Coconino,
5.09; Gila, 13.G; Graham, 9.2; Maricopa.
14.7; Mohave, 5.8; Navajo, 15.5; Pima,
1S.7; Pinal, 9.; Santa Cruz, 10.2; Ya
vapai, 9.6; Yuma, 11.4.
It will be observed that Apache has
the lowest death rate, while Pima has
the higest, 18.7. Pima's high rate is
due" to the high infant mortality rate
among the Mexican population.
The birth rates of the counties, cor
rected in accordance with the 1910 cen
sus, are as follows:
Apache, 10.0 per thousand popula
tion; Cochise, 19.5; Coconino, 7.7; Gila,
15.9; Graham,- 15.7; Maricopa, 17.4;
Mohave, 11.4; Navajo, 27.8; Pima, 11?
Pinal, 12.8; Santa Cruz, 5.2; Yavapai,
13.5; Yuma, 14.6. The rate for the ter
rltory is 15.5.
Dr. Godfrey attributes the high birth
This is likewise true of Tebben'i
Tigers, notwithstanding the fact that
the new team has yet to be seen In
action. This is because everv man
signed to play upon , the Tigers is per
sonally known, to every lover of base
ball and by many who never go to see
a game. Manager Tebben announced
last evening the players who will play
in the coming series,
His pitching staff will consist of "Wil
liams and Cuber, both from Mesa. Wil
liams is considered one of the best slab
artists who ever threw a ball in Ari
zona anu uuber is about equally as
good. Both have played ball for years
in Arizona and their records are well
known. In Morris, also from Mesa, a
catcher has been secured who, by his
clever work, has pulled many a team
out of a tight place. Stephenson, the
other Mesa player, who will be seen
In the outfield, probably on the right
end, is a master at pulling down high
flies and covers his position perfectly.
His stick work has always been the
talk of the valley.
.With the exception of Mullen, who
"J. E1 who comes from Tempo, the balance
Send for our Book, "The Hair and Its Cure." It Is- free. If 10 Cents, is sent to The Herpicide Company,
Dept. 33B., Detroit, Mich., a sample of Herpicide will be sent with the book.
ONE DOLLAR -OTTLES GUARANTEED.
FOR SALE AT DRUG STORES. APPLICATIONS AT THE BEST BARBER SHOPS,
The Lovett Drug Company,
system of registration in effect in that
county, particularly among the Indians
Santa Cruz's extraordinarily low rate
can be traced to the poor system of
registration there. The Mexicans very
rarely report births of their own ac
cord and midwives, whenever located,
can seldom be shown the necessity of
reporting births. In Pima county the
authorities seem unable to locate the
midwives at all
"Arizona's birth rate Is ridiculously
low, while her Infant mortality rates
are extremely high," said Dr. Godfrey
yesterday. "This is not because more
babies die In Arizona, in proportion to
of the Tigers' line-up is from Phoe
nix. Manager Tebben will play at third,
a position fro mwhich he can direct
his men to the best advantage. Jay
Towers will be found at first base, Mc-.
Dill at second, Ford at short and 'Pete
Sullivan will be down among the
daisies in left field. Lynch will be hel'd
in reserve for an outfield position.
Considerable surprise has been ex
pressed by local fans at the signing of
this brilliant array of players for the
Tigers. There is never a doubt ex
pressed but that the Tigers ' as now
constituted, will gle the Jewels as
the population than anywhere else, but I aZ 1 w 3:
because so many-births are never re- non0rs -
ported. I wish the importance of re- . . .
porting births could be brought home L t t 7
I. .he oo,e. for ,, b.v. thorn fct"!'. 'J'"'!'
ON THE EDGE OF A CRISIS
(Continued From. Paso One.)
qireted to mean that the first state
election should be held under the ter
ritorial laws of 1901. It was contend
ed by the committee that only the
qualifications of voters were to be
fixed by those laws and that the en
abling act especially commanded the
convention to adopt an election ordi
nance. This subject was considered at
length in the whole committee and it
was resolved to take it up again in
the committee on Monday. It was
not a question that could be decided
"right off the bat."
The committee Of. the whole adopt
ed Proposition '21, relating to direct
primaries, after it had been amended
by a provision requiring the legisla
ture to .carry out the purposes of the
Mr. 'Ellinwood's proposition relating
to the qualification of" voters was re
referred, after an effort had been
made to postpone it indefinitely. A
proposition relating to the publicity
of campaign propositions was adopt
ed after it had been amended so as
to .provide for publicity both before
and after election.
There was a proposition before the
committee requiring that sheriffs, dep
In order to compile accurate Infant
The recent infant mortality table
which Dr. Godfrey has compiled has
not been corrected to conform with tho
last census ' returns. He states that
greater part of the players are diamond
artists of varying experience, some of
whom have at one time or another been
identified with teams of considerable
Arrangements are about completed
whereby the Tigers are to wear the
uniforms of the Majesties, tho-theatrlc-
there is only one registration area in
u.ty and other' police officers 7 hl"T nine which played so many interest
nnmim nn mm n 1 1 ni nirnrn in t in ' ... w.. ev- m "v vl H i t iv
w w " "w I ur- ' '''ut t.IH s J-". u iuu ti:iil ui
jurisdictions where they were holding r " , organizing permanently, the Tigers, of
orricc, euner uy election or appoint- " . - . course, will purchase their own uni
mont Tn.irr rtnkor nhiootofi tr it nn apparent, however, for if all the births ,
the ground that if such or any other Mor'e Merest seems to have been
qualifications of all the officers were J It "P-cUcaHy. arouged ,fa fa the
Now in and on Display
A Large Assortment of
Genuine Navajo Rugs.
All Sizes, Colors and Prices.
Horse Blankets, Buggy
and Automobile Robes
Also received a shipment of these,
giving us a stock for 7ou to select
from that will please the most exact
ing. Harness, Saddles, Vehicles,
to go into the constitution as sepa
rate propositions, the document would
be long enough to reach from Phoe
nix to "Washington. The point was
also raised by Mr. EllinWood that
the proposed qualifications were
such as would apply to all
officers, and tlien, why specially
make them applicable to these offi
cers? The discussion developed that
the proposition was aimed at Pinker
ton men. It was re-referred.
All of the measures referred to had
just before been given second readings.
Yesterday was the last day when
propositions could be offered by
certain, that the death will be report
ed, but a vast number of births occur
without the authorities hearing
thing about it.
A URAGUAYAN RISING.
two or three days, by reason of the
fact that there are now two strictly
local teams aspiring for Salt river xa.1
ley championship honors, and the after
noon of the first game in the five-game
series is bound to witness a large
crowd at Eastlakc park.
" I have been a suf
ferer from '. rheumatism
for about two years, and
have used many lini
ments and patent medi
cines which gave me no
"relief. A lady friend of
mine "told me she had
used your Liniment and
found relief at once. I
got two bottles and they cured me. I think it is the best Liniment a person
can have in the house. I shall always keep a bottle in my house as long, as I
can get it" Mrs. E. R. Wallace, Morrisons, Va.
Mrs. James McGraw, of 12 16 Mandeville St, New Orleans, La., writes:
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Montevideo, Oct 23. The Nation
alists in a protest against the can
didature for presidency of Jose Or
donez, have arisen to prevent the
election from being held In Novem
ber. Seventeen departments of Ura-
jn. I quay are quite. The rebels concen-
GAMBLING GAME OPENED
IN PHOENIX LAST NIGHT
and Harness Co.
dividuals. Henceforth, unless there is
a change of the rules, they will come,
if at all, from the committees. The
following were offered:
By Mr. Jacome, relating to the tax
atlon of mines, providing among other
things for taxing the gross product
of mines after taxing the ground and
machinery and. other appurtenances
of patented mines. Unpatented mines
are not to be taxed as to the ground
By Mr. Coker, relating to water
and water rights. Like the Orme
measure, it dispenses with the doc
trine of riparian rights, validates most
qf the existing . irrigation laws, pro
vides for the adoption of tho Carey
act, creates irrigation uistricts; cre
ates a state engineer who shall not
be less than 30 years of age and who
shall have had experience in irrlga
tion matters, whose salary shall be
$4,000 a year. All appropriations of
water shall be made subject to his
approval. The general administration
shall be under a board consisting of
the governor, the attorney general and
the probate Judge of the county in
which the Irrigation district is.
By Mr. ' Winsor, relating to tho of
ficial ballot and the conduct of elec
By Mr. Moore, relating to the dispo
sition of state lands. They shall nev
er be sold nor leased for a longer
penou man live years, wot more
;than 160 acres of agricultural land
or more thari 640 acres of grazing-
land shall be leased to the same per-.
By Mr. . Moore, providing for the
1 creation by the legislature of the of
, fice of mining inspector.
By Mr. Bolan, providing for the ap-
pomtment of senators and representa
uves, tne legislature to consist of
twenty of tho former and forty of the
By Mr. Colter, relating to the nub
lie health and providing for a state
board of health.
Communications were received and
read on the subjects of equal suffrage,
relating to the employment of Ameri
cans by corporations and urging the
submission of the statewide nrohlbi-
1 tion proposition.
WHY HE WAS ARRESTED.
Farmer Spddler Do you know
why that dude farmer from the city
Parmer Hazcceeds No, I ain't
heerd nothin' abeout it
Farmer Soddler Wall, it war fer
cruelty to animals; ho went an' shot
his keow up in the icehouse, ex
pectin the critter would . give ice
cream. Chicago News.
trated in the other two and the gov'
ernment troops sent out to oppose
them arc gradually surrounding them
and an encounter is likely to take
place very soon.
Kobashi's "Ping-Pona" Hall Lasted
Quick After Captain Connors
Heard About It.
IN THE FIELD AGAIN.
Persons who passed along North
First street early last evening and
looked in on the "ping pong" game of
one S. Kobashl, formerly of Japan,
thought that the constitutional conven
tion had exercised legislative powers
and repealed the anti-gambling law,
Having heard nothing officially to that
effect. Captain John Connors of the
night police gathered in Kobashl and
two of his helpers
The careless joke of some loafer.
about the city hall is probably respon
sible for Kobashi's plight He says ho
applied for a license but that some
one in the city hall told him to go
ahead, as he did not require a license
for the kind of a game he meant to
run. Had he run across City Assessor
Barnett he would not only have been
refused a license but told that he would
find himself in the clutches of the law
should ho distribute prizes of Japanese
dolls and other to;s to persons rolling
ping pong bans into certain noies on
Kobashl opened last night and for
an hour or some such matter he did
a land office business. He had a sup
ply of ping pong baljs and four ta
bles, each table having several num-
Berlin, Oct. 29. Serious rioting bered holes. A certain number of
broke out tonight in connection with balls were sold' for 10 cents ' and the
the strike, of workmen employed by purchaser then tried- to roll ihem Into
a butcher. A crowd, largely com- the holes. Whenever he did so he re
posed of half grown boys gathered ceived a prize corresponding with the
in the .early evening in front of the -number of the hole ho-happened' to
shop and tried to prevent any per- strike,
Cincinnati, Oct. 29 Former Senator
Joseph B. Foraker tonight announced
that he was entirely pleased with his
arrangements to re'urn to tho conflict
in Ohio's political campaig.:, and he
added that he would fulfill all engage
ments that had been cancelled. He
hoped to be kept busy during the re
mainder of the campaign.
THE SMALL BEGINNING
OF A BEGUN RIOT
Police Armed With Sabers Suppress
ed it With Difficulty
son from making purchases. They
set upon and beat women. The crowd
grew in dimensions to thousands.
The police were called out in large
numbers, and tried to disperse the
multitude without the use of weap-.
ons, but the rioters showered them
with stones and bottles.
The police were finally so hard
pressed that they drew their sabers
Captain Connors heard, that a
gambling game' was running full blast
and dropped'" in at Kobashi's place,
back of the;English Kitchen. It took
him about' two minutes to decide that
his Informant had not been smoking
hop or-taklng it in the arm. The heavy
hand of the law was laid upon the
shoulder of the diminutive Kobashl and
he was told to close his joint. After
and drove the crowds before them, voluble Nipponese protests, Kobashl
Several rioters fell from sabre I so- Just for luck the captain took
strokes. The rioting continued until
midnight. The disturbances were
the outcome of a petty strike. The
butcher refused to pay' one of his
employees for time he was absent.
whereupon the other fourteen
along two other Japs who had been
working as assistants.
The place was jammed with small
boys and young men. Balls were be
ing sold to all "who had the money to
pay for them, regardless of age, coloc
or previous condition of servitude.
At the station Captain Connors de
cided to let the assistants go, but he
telephoned Police Judge Thomas about
Kobashl. The Judge instructed the
Kansas. City, Oct. 30. It is report-' caDtain to hold the JaDancse on J50
ed that a fire early this morning bond. Kobashi had the money and was
destroyed the large Elms hotel ' at released, to "appear In court at 4 o'clock
Excelsior Springs. Mo. None Avore' Mondav afternoon. He 'snvs thnt he
FAMOUS HOTEL DESTROYED.
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