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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1910.
I I SOUTH SIDE NEWsJT
ALL LOVERS OF MUSIC
ive invite you to come and hear
the Edison Triumph Phono
graph, the finest machine ever
offered the public for tiie mon
ey. December records now on
No Reason for Doubt
A Statement of Facts Backed
by a Strong Guarantee
We guarantee complete relief to all
sufferers from constipation. In every
case where we fail wc wjll- suppl rac
Rexall Orderlies wo a gentle, effect
ive, dependable and safe bowl reguiat
tor, strengthener and to.il?. They re
establish nature's functions I'i a quiet.
easy way. They do not cause any .n-c-.menience,
griping or niusea. ' lyy
are so pleasant to take and work so
easily that they may be taken by any
one at any time. They thoroughly lone
up the'whoie system to healthy activity.
Rexall Orderlies arc unsurpassable
and ideal for the use of children, old
folks and delicate persons. Wc cannot
too highly recommend them to all suf
ferers from any form of constipation
and its attendant evils. Two sizes, 10c.
and 25c. Remember, you can obtain
Rexall Remedies in this community
only at our store The Rexall Store.
The Owl Pharmacy, corner First ave
nue and Adams street. Phoenix. Laird
Hra. B. J. Sctieppe Di
FUNERAL THIS AFTERNOON
j t H 1 I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I I I 1 I I I 1 I
M. Ellingson S: Sons
Dealers in Lay and grain
seed grain, seed oats, fcec
.oats, rolled barley, alfalfc
seed, grain bags, etc.
f FOR BARGAINS IN
:: Quilts, Blankets, Hats
;; and otlier things go to
W. LUKIN CASH t
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
At the Home at 1:30 Inter
ment in the Double Butte
Cemetery Family's Sor
row Shared by the Entire
been no falling off in the other
schools. Miss Lucile Harper won the
prize in the high school for the high
est average in studies for the month"
of November. The" 7th grade still
holds the banner for attendance, not
one tardy mark or one days' ab
sence having been charged to this
grade for three successive months.
The tabulated report for the month
is as follows:
T.S. G.S. U.S.
Days taught 13 IS 13
Days attendance 135514 1135 1280
Exclusive agency for Tempe at
A. M. Mariner's
For all kinds of
Go to the
r 4 a l.i p r t
South Side Realty Company
j R. J. SCHWEPPE, President
I INVESTMENTS. TEMPE, ARIZ.
FOR MEN 1
The moment you slip into
suit of Cooper's White Cat
Underwear, you re delighted.
No kinks, no bagging or
sagging, no hunches or
bunches, no discomfort but
just that snug, warm, cozy
feeling that stays with you
till, bed time.
Tils Libel oo litrj Ctratet
White Cat Underwear fits as well after wash
ing as before. That's because its made big enough
and long enough. Winter weights are made of
wool that keeps you warm on the coldest day.
Seams double sewed can't rip. Buttons can't
come off. Button holes can't get too big. White
Cat Underwear is right in quality, workmanship,
fit, durability. And the prices are less than
charged for inferior goods. Made in Union Suits
or separate garments, in all weights, sizes and
grades. There's a grade and size' for you.
Arizona Mercantile Co., Tempe, Ariz.
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Commencing Monday, Dec. 5, wc will place on
sale all our Ladies' and Children's Coats, also La
dies'' Dresses' and Tailored Suits. All our Ladies'
and Children's Trimmed Hats. Th&re will be a, 25
per cent, cut on all these goods. We do not intend
to carry any of these goods over, and for that reason
we are" offering yQii thp very latest material and
styles in the market for the lowest possible price.
TEMPE, - - ARIZ.
Looking for Sunshine
Come over to CAS A L.OMA HOTEL, Tempe,
Arizona, wlieite it's guaranteed to shine every day
in the year. "If it don't shine you don't pay."
A nice, medium-priced modern family hotel.
W. J. KINGSBURY, Proprietor.
Tempo ami the entire community
was Inexpressably shocked yesterday
morning by the death of Mrs. K. J.
Schweppe, formerly Miss Nona ICings
bury, at her home on East KJfth
street shortly after 7 o'clock. While
it was known to all that several times
during the past few weeks her con
dition has been rather critical, it was
generally supposed that after a change
for the boner last week, her condition
was more favorable, and only those
more intimately acquainted with the
circumstances, in any manner appre
elated the seriousness of her illness.
About seven weeks ago a baby girl
was born to Mr. and Mrs. Schweppe.
Mrs. Scliwoj r.e recovered from the
l.m of fhc child nicely and was
fist re.i.r!;ig her usual strength and
g.l hccllh v.J:e i she contracted a
severe cold vHcJi rapidly developed
into lagnpiM- -ith complications. Her
(minion Lcc-si.ne rapidly critical and
several ic'.i::ils:it'fiis of physicians
vtrc Ik Id. 1 jierc would be frequent
chiiJigcf for the better, followed by
relapses. The early part of last week
it appeared for a time her hope of
recovery wu.- excellent and the fam
ily was greaUy encouraged. On
Saturday, however, she suffered an
other si--ire fc-r and during the
night, ii'-r cond'lion became most
alarmlii . About four o'clock yester
ray luri niiig s'ic asked her husband
if in- tli ii'gbt sin- would soon be wyll
;"jain Mid lie as-Mired her that within
the week sho, would be out of doors
again.. A few hours later, however,
her heart greatly weakened by the
siege, began to fail her and though
everything possible was done to stim
ulate it. it refused to respond and
shortly alter seven o'clock, she peace
fully passed away. Sho was con
scious almost until the last moment.
Arrangements have been made to
hold the funeral this afternoon at
1:30 at the home. The services will
be conducted by Rev. R. L. Creal, pas
tor of the Baptist church, who also
officiated at her wedding, less than
two years ago, and the interment
will be made in the Kingsbury lot
in the Double Butte cemetery. Mrs.
Shelton of Tucson, a sister of Mrs
Kingsbury, arrived here yesterday af
ternoon. Her death and the circumstances
surrounding it. are especially sad
and distressing. Few young women
were better known in the valley or
more highly regarded. She was born
in Tempe and grew from childhood to
womanhood here and the sorroy of
her husband, her parents and other
relatives Is shared by the entire community.
THE MONTHLY REPORT
OF TEMPE SCHOOLS
The Remarkable Record Made By
The monthly school report still
shows up well. The training school
attendance Is well kept up. There has
Late estimates on the percentage of
recoveries unur the new emollient
treatment for Bright's Disease arc as
Where patient Is much weakened and
crises may be expected in from five to
ten days, probably not more than 10 to
20 per cent recover. Where physicians
aid with efforts to rcstain fatal symp
toms tills percentage Is increased. In
cases where patients have from thirty
to sixty days of life the efficiency Is
very much higher.
Where patients do not wait until
bcd-rldden probably three-fourths
And in cases that take the new
emollient treatment on the appearance
of the disease nearly nine out 'of- ten
Albumen Casts and dropsy do not
prevent recovery. The point Is that
the Renal inflammation should be at
tacked before the heart and physical
system are broken down.
The new emollient treatment is
known as Fulton's Renal Compound, it
can be had at all druggists.
We desire every patient to write us
who Is not noting the usual Improve-
Scntrby the third week. Literature
ailed free. Jno. J. Fulton Co., 645
Battery .St., Pan Francisco. Cal. We In
vite "correspondence with physicians
who have obstinate cases.
Boyjs enrolled 53
Girls enrolled ....... 57
Total enrollment ..... 110
Average belonging ... 107
Av. daily attendance.. 105
Per cent attendance.. 98
Number pupils entered 1
The roll of honor, being the names
of those who were neither absent
or tardy during the month, follows:
Mary E. McNeil, teacher Dan-
lei Sotelo, Daniel Noriega, Car
olina Valcnzuela, Pitra Pana, An
gel Palomina, George Bernal, Maria
Mtinos, Esiiiuiel Galas, Juana Bernal,
David Gamboa, Cruz Gamboa, Bian
cliita VIzerra, Sophia Slgala, Ange
Una Sigala, Mercedes Cota, Luz Ita
mircz, Jesus Valcnzuela, Conception
Conde. Sophia Vizerra, Sara Garcia,
Manuel Molina, Milton Gamboa.
Charlotte Mullen, teacher Gladys
Blanchard, Ramon Cota, Teresa Con
de. Isabel Estrella, Carlos Espinozn,
Joe Fink, Glory Goodwin. John Good
win. Catallno Lopez, Sophia Leon,
Blanch McDonald, Evelyn Poll, Rita
Romo, Henry Sotello, Lucilo Scudder,
Frank Sanders, Kenneth Strong. Adol
pho Villa, Maria Vega, Felix Valcn
zuela, Irene 'Elias.
Maude Wilson, teacher Paul Avery,
Abram Armentn, Ruby Bowers, Bar
bara Berkcncamp. Howard Clark, Car
men CostrcIIa, Frank Fogal, Iiw
rence Fogal, James Fogal, Jose" Fli
rco, RusscI Gililland, Clara Herrira,
Maxinc Herman. Lucy Lorona, Josic
Moeur, Roman Lucero, Gladys Mul
len, Alexandro Morago. Pauline Pugh.
Bcckie Ruderman, Fcojlto Rivera,
Ida W. O'Connor, teacher Lura
Acedo, Josephine Leon, EHdla. Sa!a
zar. Maria Estrella. Hazel Curry. Klla
Bader, Aurclia Goodwin, Cliloe Ji-k-son,
Eva Doll, Jessie Finch, Edith
Argue, Lura Austin, Deborah Adams,
Helen Nelson. Isabel Espinoza.
Blanche Donald, Rita Herman, Fidel
Bracamonte, Ramon Carbajal. Cyril
Wood, Jose Carbajal, Herman Orduno,
Adolfo Morago, James Goodwin, Ches
ter Wickliffe. Bert Allen. Milton
Aepll, Ray Phillips, Bonnie Moeur,
Rafael Estrada. William Kingsbury,
Francisco Molina. Santiago Obregon,
Ben Rowand, George Morrow, Paul
Parry. Arturo Armente. Charles Lu
kln, Alfred Flumerfelt. J'edro Villa.
Ina McComas, teacher Kntic Allen,
Norma Argue, Carl Bauer, Louisa
Berkcncamp, Robert Carr. Willie
Clark. Thclma Dennis. AValter Finch,
Ed Flores. Carmela Gamboa, Eldon
Harris. Benjamin Herrmann, Harvey
Holmeslcy, Bryan Jackson, Alfredo
Irona, Brijida Lorona, Andres J.len
dez. Josephine Morrow, Teddy Mullen.
Thelma Mullen, John O'Connor. Mar
guerite Painter, Susan Parry, Kather
ino Quinn, Paulino Rivas, Para Ruiz,
Manuel Salazar. OUIe Sanders. Mag
gie Steward. Muriel Stewart, Bee
Salycr, Gladys Spain. Inez White.
, Fifth Grade.
Elizabeth Conner. teacher Jewel
Arnold, Leone Arnold, Wilma Adams.
Lewis Adams, Dorothy Averyt, Mary
Chltwood. Chris Celaya. Velum Dines,
Joe Dines, Lynwood Fogal, Clyde Gil
illand, Sarah Herman, Rosaura Leon.
Fred Leon. Roberto Lorona. Jesnle
Moeur. Marguerite Moeur, Kenneth
.Mullen. Pedro Obregon. Eddie Orduno.
Marian Pugh, Doloras Valcnzuela,
Bessie Ware. Nell White. Loree Wood,
Paul Aepll. Frank Bauer. Gustie
Bauer. Leonard Carr. Marion Cook,
Cuca Cota, George Godfrey. Jose
Gonzalez, Wilford Hayden. Rcfugia
Molina. Cccile Rowand. Gillian San
doz. Harry tScele. Ashley Stelzrelde.
Harry Stewart. Adah Turner. Pauline
Ware, Joe Dunagan, Carl Spain.
Edna Carr. Ida Celaya. Winnie
Clark, Chcs'tcr Cooper. Lewis Cole,
Isabelle Estrada, Aurora Estrada. Alta
Fogal, Lucctta Godfrey. Lcnorc Gib
son. Franklin Hanna, Harold Holrnsly,
Gleason Hcnsel. Eva Halglcr. .Mer
cedes Lopez, Victoria Lopez, Law
rence Longan. Vivyan Moeur,' James
Morrow, Thaddeus Mullen, AlcTh
Murchison. Marie Obregon, Rachel
Orduncz, Vernon Peters. James Pain
ter, Minnie Ruderman. Lloyd Steven
son. Clyde Sandoz, Roy Wood. Bcr
nice Woods. John Schurman. Frank
J. F. Sullivan, teacher Wlllietta
Dines, Angclita Estrada. Ida Griffin.
Ethel Hayden. Erina Hodnett. Ruth
Jackson, Rebecca Lohman, Elsie Mc
Fadden, Gladys Murchison, Evelyn
Nettle. Hazel Sandoz, Rhoda Strong,
Bessie Winsor, Henry Armenta. Ed
ward Burtclson. Leo Buck. Arthur
Creal, Robert Finch. Leopoldo Gon
zalez. John Moeur. Archie Mothercl.
Felipe Obregon, George Smith. Jesse
Tempe High School, for November.
Llzetta Aepll. Margaret Aepll. Pearl
Bowers. Oran Brooks, Earl Brooks.
Leonard Brooks. Edith Calkins. Chas.
Chilson. Fern Church. Ada Dunagan,
George Decker, Wesley Dines, George
"Dunagan, Felipe Estrada. Jay Ellins
son. ployd Fisk, Edna Gililland. Ju
lius Goodwin, April Glynn, Lucile
Harper, .Ruby Haigler. Grace HudJ
low, Arnold Herrmann. Howard Han
nn, Ben Harris, Gussie Harris, Elsa
Hillerich, Edna Jenkins, Laura Jen
sen. Harold LeSueur, Anna Millet.
Wallace Miller, Bert Minor. Thorn
aslne Morrow. Carl Meyer. Harry
Meyer, Fred Nettle, Joe Odell. Lloyd
Ozanne. Yousta Phillips. Fred Reick
hoff. Roy Richards. Carl Spangler.
Nellie Still. Lura Wickliffe. Winnie
AVIckllffe. Beulah Ware. Benjamin
Dunagan. Bert Finch. Grace Warner.
Tempe High School, for October.
David Aepli, Lizetta Aepll, Mar
garet Aepll. Elon Armstrong. Pearl
Bowers, Edna Bowers. Leonard
Brooks. Oran Brooks. Earl Brooks,
Edith Calkins, Ophelia Celaya. Chas.
Chilson, Fern Church. Charles Cole.
Joe Cosner. Wesley Dines, Ada Dun
Floyd Fisk, Louise Fisk. April Glynn,
Julius Goottwin, Edna Gililland, Pearl
Halglcr, Ruby Haigler, Howard Han
na, Lucile Harper, Arnold Hermann,
Elsa Hcllerich, Elbert Holmsley,
Grace Hudlow, Edna Jenkins, Laura
Jensen, Obid Lassen, Harold LeSueur,
Marmeia, Harry --Meyer, Anna Miller,
Emma Miller, Mary Morrow, Thom
aslne Morrow, James Nelson, Ben
Nettle, Joe Odell, Lloyd Ozanne,
Tousta Phillips, Earl Richards, Roy
Richards, Fred Ricckloff, Robert
Stewart. Carl Spangler,. Roger Ware,
Grace Warner, RusscI! Woods, Geo.
Cottonwood in any quantity de
livered $4.50 per cord. Leave- orders
with Teeter Bros, or write T. A.
BASKET BALL GIRLS
The Departure Yesterday of
Young Ladies From Tucson.
The. party of Tucson young ladies
who have been in Tempe for the past
several days and who participated in
two games of basketball with the
normal team, returned yesterday
morning on the 10 o'clock. The young
ladies from the university and the
Tucson high school expressed them
selves as delighted with the hospit
able treatment accorded by the nor
mal girls during their stay litre.
They were quartered at the girls' hall
and Saturday evening were the guests
of honor at a delightful social affair
at the gyiiiiiasium.
The game Saturday was between
the Normal and the Tucson high
school, the score being SI to 7 in favor
of the normal. In the account which
appeared in yesterday's paper and
which was telephoned over, the fig
ures were transposed, making it read
13. Both teams played will, the
normal showing a great improvement
in team work over its previous games.
The high school girls played a fine
clean game as did the university
girls the afternoon before and it may
be said to the credit of the visitors
that the normal earned every point
it made during both games.
The teams lined as follows
Tucson high school Etta Dorn
(Capt.), Myrtle Duffy, forwards; Sad
ie Hawk, Ruth Cheyney. guaids;
Helen Campbell. Dora McMillan, cen
ters: Agnes Woods, substitute.
University of Arizona Madge Udall.
Sadie Munds, forwards: Mabel Moore,
Gertrude Catron, guards; Alice Law-
son. Jane Rider (Capt.), centers; Do
ra DeLuce. substitute.
Normal Jennie Weedin. Alma El
lingson, forwards; Hazel Barr. Lucille
Morrison, guard's; Mary Dunlap. Ne
oma Millet t (Capt.). centers.
The Fountain Head of Life
Is The Stomach
A man who hns n -weak nnd impaired stomach and who does not
properly digest Ins food will noon find that h!x blood hns become
weak and impoverished, and that his whols body ia improperly nnd
Dr. PIERCE'S GOLD EM MEDlCTiL DISCOVERY
makes the stomach r.tronti, promotes the flow ot
di&estlvc Juices, rentutcs tlia Inst appetite, maScs
assimilation perfect, izvlo?atcs the liver and
parities anrl enriches the blood. I! is the Urcat blood-maker,
flesh-builder and restorative rcrrc tonic. It makes men
strong In body, active la nziztd asd cool In Judgement.
This "Discovery" is n pure, glyceric exfrnct of Amcricnn medical roots,
absolutely free from alcohol nnd all injurious, habit-forming drugs. AH its
ingredients ore printed on its wrappers. It has no relationship with secret
nostrums. Its every ingredient is endorsed by the leaders in all the schools of
medicine. Don't accept n secret nostrum as a substitute for this time-proven
remedy of jcnown composition, asc your neighbors, ilicy must know of
many cures made bv it during past 10 years, right in your own neighborhood.
World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pres., DuSclo, N. Y.
Before You Buy
Tour uto ace the 1911 El
more's. They will soon be here
And thire are four models to
select from. All models have1
four cylinder motors and they
are all valveloss, too.
Our four cylinder motors
have mors power than any sis
cylinder on tna- market. A
twelve months' free repair bill
oes rlth each Elmore we sell.
Model 25 Roadster -..$1200 "Ohp
Model 25 Touring ...$1250 30hp
Model 36-B Touring $1750 30hp
Model 46-B Touring 7 pass...
1 $2500 70hp
Our m repair department Is
-trlctly "first class. All work Is
guaranteed. We sell the Fire
stone tire because It's the ''est
tire on the market. Let us
prove It to you.
Arizona Auto Co.
122 North SeconJ Avanua.
Phono Main 381.
"? M M I I t t i M t
Nd Praising or Clunlnj. Try
tha Sanitary CUanara.
Earl Ullom i
B1 East Adams.
Phona Main 11.
Catarrh Will Go
Relief Comes in Two Minutes Com
plete Cure in Few Weeks.
Don't go on hawking yourself slch
every morning; it's cruel, it's harmful
and it's unnecessary.
If after breathing HYOMEI, the
wonder-worker, you are not rid of
vile catarrh, you can have your
No stomach dosing just take th
littlo hard rubber jacket inhaler that
comes witli each outfit, and pour
Info it iu few drops of HYOMEI.
Breathe It according to directions. In
two minutes it will relieve you of
that stuffed up feeling. lTse it" a few
minutes every duy, and in a few
weeks you will be entirely free from
Breathing HYOMEI is a very pleas
ant and certain way to -cure catarrh.
Get an outfit today; it only costs
$1.00: Its worth $1,000 to any catarrh
sufferer. For sale by Lovett Drug
CO. and druggists everywhere, who
guarantee it to cure catarrh, croup,
coughs, colds, sore throat anil bron
chitis. After you once own a Hyomei
hard rubber inhaler which comes witli
the outfit, you can buy an extra
bottle of HYOMEI liuid for only 50
cents; the inhaler lasts a life time.
But on tilt K&rktt
Suits the trade. Mari
copa Creamery Pasteur
ized Crcara sells all over
MOHN & DRISCOLL
If you want your
heating stove repaired,
blackened or set up
in first-class stle,
R. C. JEREZ
Corner First and Van
Overland Phone 2721.
If you want the
If you want the best
results go to the
PHOENIX AUTO CO
A. Ainsworth, Mgr.
Al ham bra Hotel
Mrs. Edgar Demrlck, Proprietor. The
only first-class hotel and dining room
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS.
Bus meets all trains.
DR. TOM YOUNG
At Crescent Drug Store
Res PhonG No. Main 461.
Grain and Olive
Cold Air Storage Market
S. J. TRIBOLET, Prop.
Phone Main 6
Highest market price paid for
all klnda of hides, woo! pelta.
Fifth and Jackson Strrrtn
I'hon Main 111. P. O. Box Xi.
A resort for gantlmen. Tha
original BUDWEISER BEER
FRANK CONNELLEY, Prop.
If you are not aatlaflcd as to
what time your watch kcep,
bring It down to Rosenzwelg's
and we will guarantee you good
6 & S E. Washington St.
"SEE US FIRST"
The Wilbur Realty Co
"Everything in Real Estate."
THE COOKING IS DIFFERENT AT THE
33 North First Avenue
To Roosevelt and Return,
Mesa-Roosevelt Stage Co.
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 beat
Drugs. Medicines, Perfume, Combs
Brushes, Rubber O ods. Fine Station-
agan, George Dunagan, Joy Ellingson, -ery and Cigars.
Now going on at the Buckeye Lumber Yard means
a saving of $2.50 to $5.00 per thousand on every
thing. jfDon't overlook this opportunity. You can
buy the lumber to build a home for less money than
ever before in the city of Phoenix. Let us figure
your bill. Special prices in car lots.
Buckeye Lumber Co.
Stewart & Tern pi in
Bicycles and Sundries
Next Door to P. O
Phone Main 863