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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1910.
VOL. XXI. . NO. 165.
III Willi bl 1 W M' Iri" .1 1 1 Mm Hi I
s the-, Way
That makes the RUSSEJiL & ERWIN
line of BUILDERS HARDWARE
Superior to others.
We- have a large assortment of de
sign and finishes. Anyone that will
take a little time and examine our
line will be convinced of their super
iorit3r over other makes.
Prices arc 116 higher than for infer
The Long Hardware
36 North Center St.
"WHERE PRICES ARE RIGHT
1 covered a mile in
! ter in :37.
.07 74. and a quar-
I Zombronut, Fred Ward's trotting
111 TUC UJflQK flllT sta11'""' went over the mile in 2:09,
ill I IlL SlUnirUU I I-"" fame back in 2:10. Dr. Clark, a lo-
Yesterday's Performances at the Fair
The work-out of the horses at the
fair grounds yesterday gave a fore
taste of some fast going over that
cal 2:15 trotter, in an easy work-out
went in 2:lG,&, the fastest quarter In
Iftilloway drove Frank Cavalieri's
4-year-old trotting stallion in 2:214.
U. G. Ullom's 2-year-old, Peggy B.,
went the half in 1:25.
ONCE IS ENOUGH
i course next week. Helen Stiles, Charles : show) But, good
Durfee owner, and driven by him, made
a mile in 2:0CM and trotted another
in 2:0S. The fastest half was made
(at close of baby
gracious This is
not my baby, sir.
Check Taker Very sorry, madam;
it's the last left. The checks got
m 1:0294 This mare is entered in the ' mixed up somehow. But I'll take
Arizona Copper Stake. 1 care it shan't occur again. Boston
Vera HaL in the Cwp-r fakf rice, Herald
Status ot Road Improve
DISTRICT HAS TROUBLES
It Is Believed, Though,
That They Can Be Set
tled to the Satisfaction of
All Concerned, Including
Those on the Outside.
street wear, or dress
occasions, here is the
proper footwear classy9
snappy, and at the same
time, durable and com-
iortable shoes. If you
want shoes that look
right and wear right ask
your dealer to show you
Mayer Honorbilt Shoes
These shoes combine everv element
of style anyone could wish, and doss-
ess the highest desree of shoe aualitv
obtainable. Honorbilt Shoes wear. That
is a proven fact There's double wear in
Honorbilt Shoes because the stock is
there. No slierhtinir or skimDinp; in anv
part Atiey re built on honor, if you
want style, comfort and
quality, you get them in
Mayer Honorbilt bhoes.
To be sure you are srettint
the genuine, look for the
Mayer Irade Marts on the
Ask 3'our dealer to show
you Mayer Honorbilt Shoes.
. If he refuses, write to us.
We also make Leading Lady
Shoes, Martha Washington
Comfort bhoes, Yerma
Cushion bhoes, and
special Merit School
F. Mayer Boot
& Shoe Co.
Special road district Xo. 1, which is
the official name of Central avenue
from the city limits on the nortli to the
Arizona canal and a quarter of a mile
each side, and which contains a proper
ty valuation of $254,025 as shown by
the books of the assessor, a couple of
years ago or thereabout, bonded itself
for $30,000 to improve Central avenue
and make it a boulevard from the city
line to v the canal. The work was un
dertaken approximately a year ago and
today but a small part of the ioad has
been built; rather, if all plans carry it
will two weeks hence have been com
pleted for two and five-eighths miles
from the north, or canal, end toward
the city. There have been many de
lays in construction which there is no
intention of referring tD at this time
except to say that they have been un
fortunate and have created a feelinj
of unrest among the property owners
of the district, especially those of the
It now becomes apparent that the
fund originally raised will be insuffl
cient to complete the entire four and
a quarter miles yet to be built, nnd
that if present plans are continued the
money will be expended before that
part of the road most used will be
reached. The property in the first two
and a quarter miles of the road north
of the city is valued at a much higher
rate than that beyond, in fact, accord
ing to the assessments, must pay near
SO per cent of the entire cost of the
bond issue and the interest on bonds
the first mile and a quarter paying
over 50 per cent of the total bill. It
is also quite evident that the south end
of the road is used much more than
the north end of it, and that its condl
tlon is most deplorable. In the govern
ment of the district it has been the
very fair custom to lect one trustee
from the north end, one from the cen
tral part and one from the southern
part. The present trustees are Fred
G. Woolsey, E. M. Lamson and Dwight
These statements of fact will make
clear the present attitude of the "south
endcrs" which fs that work should be
stopped at thejiorth end as soon as the
portion now under construction Is fin
ished, and that the rest of the money
be expended on the south end so that
j the road built will give the best serv
ice tor tne expenditure ana so tnose
who stand the major part of the expense
will get a benefit more nearly com
mensurate with their outlay. To this
end the following resolution was pre
sented to the trustees Monday by Mr.
"Resolved, That as soon as the road
on which we are now working is opened
for traffic, that in compliance with the
petition presented to this board by
property owners, we commence work at
the south end of our district working
north, and that as soon as one mile of
this road from the south end of the
district has been completed we start
an organized plan to raise sufficient
additional money to fully complete the
macadamized roadway in first class
shape from the city limits to the Ari
zona canal. In raising this additional
; money, $C per acre to be subscribed
by the owners of the 1.2G0 acres in the
road district lying north of the Grand
canal, who at present pay a compara
tively small proportion of the actual
cost of the road. The balance to be se
cured through the co-operation of the
citizens of Phoenix, those living in the
road district .south of the Grand canal,
and the United States Indian serivce,
which is at present exempt from any
of the cos of this road."
On the motion of Mr. Lamson. sup
ported by Mr. Woolsey, this reso'utlon
was laid on the table until the next
meeting, to be held Saturday, Novem
That is the Central avenue situation
to date, about which there has been a
great deal of inquiry recently, but it
may be added that It ha3 been learned
that a movement is on foot whereby
the work may be completed over the
"hiatus" that will most surely be found
between the north alid south ends after
the present money is all expended, pro
viding work Is transferred to the south
end at this time. This I? a movement,
it is understood, fostered by the south
enders, but they want first to realize
their share of the money they have
When Dwight I?. Heard was asked
yesterday morning If there were any
troubles in connection with the con
struction of North Central avenue
boulevard, lie smiled and replied: VYes,
lots of them. Things arenot realiy In
teresting unless there are troubles to
overcome, and by good team play we
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YOU MEN, LISTEN!
This store is rendering a distinct
and unique service to men who want
to be assured, before they buy, of get
ting good quality. Anything that we
think good enough for us to sell is good
enough for them to pay their money for.
Our First Aim is Reliability
If you buy, you'll get a generous
profit on your money. If you just come
to look around you'll get enough good
ideas about clothes to pay you for the
time. You'll see the newest and clean
est cut fashions
They are the finest clothes possible,
the clearest exponents of hand and
.brain work. And for every man, be he
young, middle-aged or elderly, there is
the one model, the one weave and the
one tone that best becomes him. And
our prices admit everybody to the
enjoyment of GOOD Clothes. Investi
gate our Values, that's all we ask.
Suits and Overcoats
' $15 to $35
hope to get the best of all our trou
Asked when construction would com
mence at the south end of the road
district and work north from Phoenix,
Mr. Heard replied: "That depends on
the action of the other two trustees.
Personally I have been in favor of
commencing work at the south end
of our district for a long time and
have so voted at the board meetings.
This seems to me the logical, just and
practical thing to do; it would give to
the citizens of Phoenix, whose co-operation
we need, an object lesson of a
first class oil, macadam highway, and
I am very hopeful that on considering
the situation more fully the other
trustees may agree with me and we
may take unanimous action amng umc
lines at our meeting next Saturday."
Mr. Heard further stated: "If when
the present two and five-eighths miles
of road In the north end is open for
traffic, we should begin in the south
end of the district, building north, we
would have sufficient money, together
with our investment in equipment and
quarry plant to build the road from
the south end of the district to a point
about a quarter of a mile north of the
Indian school corner. That would leave
a gap to be completed fiom the south
end of Orangewood to that point, or
about one and three-quarter miles, as
suming that the road cost the same
per mile as it has cost tlius tar. witn
the experience that we have now gained
and the great increase in economy at
the present quarry. I think we shall
be able to keep within tins expense.
despite the additional haul. To com
plete this gap of one and three-quarters
miles In first class shape, would make
make it necessary for us to raise $12,-
600 more than we now have in sight,
but after building the two and a half
miles north from the south end of the
district, we would have given the peo
ple of Phoenix such an object lesson
of value of this road that I do not think
it would be difficult to piomptly raise
this money, as I understand the people
in the north end of the district would
be ready to contribute very liberally, as
the road is now costing them but a
small share of its actual cost."
DAN PATCH LIKES
, Since colthcod days in Indiana Dan
Pitch has been partial to feminine ad
thlrers It Is a part of the folklore of
JDan's neighborhood that when the
world's champion was but an unknown
youngster his stall and pasture were
playgrounds for young-ladies-to-be
who shared sweetmeats with their
It is related how once In a frolic
some mood Dan was galloping about
his pasture when the little lady with
whom he was playing stumbled and fell
directly in the liorse's path. Before he
could stop, Dan's hoof struck her and
she fainted from sheer fright. With
wonderful animal intuition Dan knew
where is friend lay and miraculously
missed stepping upon and crushing
The little girl's father had heard her
scream and ran across the field to her
rescue. He was not as quick as the
horse, however. Dan checked his gait,
whirled, and was at his friend's side
before other help could arrive. When
the father reached the s-cene he found
Dan protectingly beside the child and
was met with a look of unmistakable
tenderness and anxiety in the great,
The little girl is a young woman now,
.the father Is an older man and Dan
Patch's fame as the greatest of all har
ness horses is known around the world,
but there are at least two of the trio
who never forgot the incident In the
Indiana pasture and every new laurel
won by the peerless pacer brings joy
to Dan's two loyal friends.
This was but a beginning and since
he has become the undisputed monarch
of the harness horse world, hundreds
and thousands of women and children
all over the country have rendered
homage to the horse whose lovableness
equals his speed. Whether in his sta
ble, in the paddock, or jogging on the
track, Dan Patch is always the polite
host to feminine admirers. He bows
to their plaudits and is willing to cat
all of their sweets that get past his
Dan Patch in his role of chairman
of the reception committee and master
of ceremonies for the M. W. Savage
combination of world-famous pacers
will have more time than ever before
to entertain and be petted by his fem
inine admirers. He will hold regular
receptions during the fair and be glad
to see any of the ladies who are glad
to see him.
AN EPERT'S OPINION
She It must be
the glee c!ub.
He It ought to
fine to sing on
be fine or im-
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