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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, DECEMBER 21, 1910.
After Nine Years' Test
and its adoption by the j
orld s Greatest Mer
chants, is now tlie Rec
ognized Standard. Be
FOR TUCSON RAGES
Two of the Events Will Not Be As
Announced Local Autoists
1. It is Automatic
2. It has No Springs.
o. It is Always Reli
able. (Not a fleeted by
4. It is Simple in
( Wstruction, Accurate,
Sensitive and Durable.
5. It is Most Easily
Read and Quickest in
(J. It guarantees Hon
7. It pleases Custom
ers and Brings Trade.
8. It Saves. Money;
Saves Time; Saves La
bor. 9. It is most Beauti
ful and Attractive.
10. Ets superiority
over all other scales has
been demonstrated be
yond question and is
now universally , recog
nized. Anderson Tool Co.'s
Oil and Gasoline Tanks,
The "Dunn" Comput
ing Cheese Cutters and
Cases. The Standard
of the world.
327 W WASHINGTON
There lias been n . change Jn the
program of events for the Tucson
nutumohile race meet on January 2.
lCvent No. 4 has been made u free-for-all.
while .'n. 3 has also been
changed, though in what way is not
Xotifieatlon oft the changes made
in the program was received here es
terday by W. D. Tremaine in a tele
gram from Tenney O. Williams, sec
retary of the Tucson Automobile club.
Williams merely wired that So. 4 was
a free-for-all, that Xo. 3 would not
be the hind of a nice it had been
planned to make it ami tliat new
entry blanks would, be forwarded
last night. "
The first entry blanks were re
ceived here last Kriday. Word got
around among the automobists, how
ever, that the events would be
changed, and no one signed up. all
preferring to wait until they knew
just what they were up agains.t. It
is now expected that new blanks will
be here this morning, and tonight
there will be a meeting of automobile
men at the Arizona Motor compan.
At this meeting several will sign up.
The entries do not close until De
Tucson's automobile meet and the
road nice from this city to the Old
Pueblo, to " lie run Xew Year's dav.
I are loth exciting much local enthu
siasm, and Phoenix is certain to be
well represented in the Old Pueblo.
Tlie Klmore car which the Arizona
Auto company will enter in the Tuc
son race left Sunday at noon for a
trial trip. Roland Xorris was driving
and with him were Ivtil McCann, John
Xye and Carl Rowlands. They re-
I turned last night with the car in per-
The Store of SA TSFA C TION
Since the tendency of the HOLIDAY GIFT has turned toward the useful as well as the ornamental, we direct your attention to our
great display of MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHES, SHOES AND FURNISHINGS, believing them to be the most desirable remem
brance to give both Men and Boys. Men in all walks of life take pride in their personal appearance, and any gift which can contribute
to their comfort and vanity is strikingly appropriate.
Neckwear for Holidays
in imported silks, all
rich in designs.
35c to $2.50.
Gloves for street and
evening wear: auto and
50c to $3.50
Hats that will become
anv man's head, all
shapes and colors.
1.50 to $10.00
Shirts that are pleasing
to good dressers; styles
that appeal to all.
75c to $5.00
Good, guaranteed for
50 cents up to
$1.50, $2.50 and $3.00
Tie and Hose to match,
in leather wallet.
$1.50 and $2.00.
We have a nice assort
ment. $3.50 to $8.50
In all colors.
50c, 75c and $1.00
Values and assortment
better than any other
house can show.
$5.00 to $12.50
SHOES AND SLIP
PERS. All styles for man or
$1.50 to $7.50
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Tour druggist will refund money If
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case or itcning, mind, weeding or
Protruding Piles In C to 14 days. r.Oc.
Tour eyes, "Dr. Swlgert's classes."
i See him today. 17 ISast Adam St.
Let Crump Hay & Grain Go. send
your friends box Arizona oranges for
f ATTENTION, OWLS.
1 All members of Phoenix nest No.
1388, Order of Owls, to participate In
I the forthcoming death benefit fund,
'must enroll with Secretary J. P. Powell
I at the office of tlie city water depart
ment, immediately as such enrollment
must be in the hands of the supreme
seceretary not later than January 1.
One Shortly to Be. Issued By United
States Bureau of Animal
A TOWER OF STRENGTH.
A woman who has recently passed
through a very great sorrow said:
"During all that time my son was a
tower of strength. No one but "the
jmgels know htw strong and tender
be was and' what his advice and
counsel meant to me." The mind of
the listener went back over the years
and recalled this boy as an unpre
possessing child and backward In his
studies; and how the mother had fa
bored and worried to induce him to
Steep up with his studies at school, be
coming almost discouraged at times.
Hut the years have developed him
and it is a beautiful picture, this
tired and sorrow-stricken mothei
'clinging to that boy's strong arm.
There Is nothing more touching and
more beautiful than the love of a
big boy for his mother. It is more
tenderly beautiful than that wlflch
fills the lover s heart. Exchange.
The finest for sale
latest odors. In
bulk and in beautiful
First Ave. and Adams.
For the first time In 'the historj.
the United States government in
shortly to take notice of the ostrich
industry in this courttry and Issue a
pamphlet ubout the big bird. This
pamphlet is to he a reprint of' an
article prepared for the annual report
of the bureau of animal Industry, one
of the branches of the agricultural
department.- and that this article was
ever written Is undoubtedly due to
tlie suggestion of Secretary Harry
Welch of the Phoenix board of trade.
November 4 Welch wrote to Dele
gate Ralph Cameron, asking him why
the agricultural department had nev
er, in any of its reports or literature,
taken any notice of the ostrich grow
ing industry. This letter was writ
ten as a part of a camjiaign Welch
began months ago to obtain all the
information possible about ostriches.
In order that It might be kept on file
Yesterday a reply from Mr. Cam
eron was received, in which he stated
that he had taken the matter up, and
the bureau of animal industry had
informed him that an article on os
triches had lieen pYepared for inclu
sion In the twenty-eighth annual re
port of that branch. The article will
also be printed in pamphlet form and
the pamphlets will be ready for dis
tribution in a short time. Just how
much new Information the writer who
prepared the article was able to obtain
is not known, but it is hoped that his
work will- prove a valuable addition
to existing literature on the subject
Let Crump Hr.y & Grain Co. send
your friends box Arizona oranges for
Call up Melczer Bros. Co., Main 75,
for your New York apple cider 75c per
Whites of three eggs, one-half cup
vinegar, ono dozen cloves, one-half
cup brown sugar. Soak over night in
enough' cold water to cover the ham.
Wash and trim off the hard skin near
the bone, put into a kettle, cover with
cold water, till the vinegar and mo
lasses, let it come to a boil and cook
slowly until tender. About one-half
hour to a pound should be allowed
for "boiling. When about half done
add the cloves and the bay leaves.
When done set the kettle off the
stove and let the ham cool In the
brine. When cold take It out of the
water, remove the skin. Put In a
pan and sprinkle with the brown su
gar and bake in a hot oven until It
is browned. Serve In thin slices.
PAJAMAS or NTGTTT
75c to $5.00
STEIN-BLOCH OR "L" SYSTEM SUIT OR OVERCOAT
You'll do BETTER at
WHERE THE BEST CLOTHES COME FROM
25c to $1.00
Just the thing: initials
MEN AND BOYS
TIE DATE FOR ARIZ
BIDS FOR PRINTING.
Result of Investigation by
Experimental Station. .
Healed proposals will be received by
the undersigned for printing and bind- ;
i lug five hundred copies of the mln-
utes of the constitutional convention. ,
i Specifications and full information j
' may be had at the office of tlie sec-re- J
i tary of the territory. ;
I Bids wil! be opened Wednesday. De- I
t-ember US'li, at 11 a. ni.
i The right Is reserved to rejet t .in;
! and all bids. !
Lot Cm'mp Hay & Grain Co. send
your friends box Arizona oranges for
Call and see the Racy
cle, the best wheel
made. I carry a large
line of Racycles, Bi
cycles and Bicycle Sup
plies. Repairing quick
The Bicycle Man,
25-27 East Adam.
The Racycle Store.
The board of trade Is in receipt of ! OKOROIJ V. YOt'NC.
some fancy packages of Deglet Noor : Secretnr of Arizona
. . , .. '.ii. ! Phoenix. December 21st. l!lo
dates from tlie co-operative date or- t .
chard south of Tmpe. This beautiful
product, which Is donated by the ag
ricultural experiment station. Is the
final successful outcome of some ten
years of experiments In the culture of I
date pollens and the ripening of the J
' As many will remember, the Unit
ed Suites department of agriculture '
ten years ago sent a farge consign
ment of the choicest varieties of date i
pollens to Arizona where they were j
planted and subsequently cared fori
at Tempe by the Arizona agricultural j
experiment station. Many of the U0U
varieties of dates there growing have
ripened and are of varrylng degrees
of promise commercially. The most
valuable variety of all, however, the
famous Deglet Noor, which means the
date of the light in the Arab language,
has never yet ripened satisfactorily
here because our hot summers are
not long enough for the ripening pro
cess to become complete.
The science and art of ripening
fruits, especially dates, has therefore
been a subject of study by different
members of the station staff for years
past. Dr. A. E. Vinson, In particular,
has found that the refining process
Is due to the action of certain fer
ments, called enzymes, which, while
the fruit is still unripe are locked up
in the cell contents of the growing
dates. When the cells are mature
naturally, however, or are killed by
heat, chemicals or other means, the
enzymes are released and become
active, forming -those substances
which contribute to the flavor, aroma
and appearance of ripe dates.. In this
way, hot water, vinegar, gasoline and
a score or more of other substances
were found to ripen dates artificially,
and the science of the process was
thoroughly established by Dr. Vinson.
Nature, however, often prefers the
simplest means to accomplish her
most perfect results, and It remained
for Professor G. F. Freeman, by ex
posing the partly ripened Deglet Noor
dates from the orchard to just the
right degree of heat and moisture
in an incubator to turn out dates
which rival or surpass those sold on
the Paris market from the African
Sahara. The process requires only
that the partly ripe dates be placed
in pans in a room or chamber which
is kept at a temperature of from 10f
to 115 degrees Farenheit for two or
three days. Moisture in the atmos
phere of this room aids the process
and will cause even shriveled fruit
to become plump and luscious. The
process is Inexpensive and perfectly
practicable on a commercial scale.
These ripened dates are being put up
in fancy packages for Christmas trade
and for a commercial test as well,
and have proved very popular In Tuc
son and I.os Angeles. A small con
signment has been ordered by Sani
chas in Phoenix, where Interested
buyers will find them in a day or
two. On the strength of such evi
dence, we certainly may now state
that even the choicest of the old
world varieties of dates may be pro
duced to perfection In Arizona.
DECLARES PASTEURZED MILK IS SAFER FOR
CHILDREN THAN CITIES' UNCERTI
A Washington, D. C, news dispatch has the following:
"Nathan Straus," said Dr. Wiley, "deserves the great
est praise Tor his work in protecting humanity. Statistics
show that infant mortality has fallen from 136.1 per thou
sand per annum since he has undertaken the work of dis
tributing pasturized milk in the borough of Manhattan.
"These are Mr. Straus' figures and I have no doubt
that thev are correct."
Geo. N. MARSHALL CO-, V? OF . TOttO
50205 f7FTTAV. PHOENIX. ARIZONA. PfOrEmMM
Hyder Bros, will remain open even
ings this week. See that Oriental
display. You are sure to find just
what you are looking for there. dl
Scald the legs in boiling hot waten
for a minute or two, drain and wlptf
them dry. sprinkle with sal and pep
per, dip in beaten egg, toll in cracker
crumbs and fry" quickly in very hot
fat. Serve hot with points of toast
and slices of lemon placed around the
YourPrintina j fSmSL
Will please you If you have it sj) jjP3F ft-
done at the office of the ! sn wfe Jr O -v
Southwestern Stockman. tfPVe i dV'o'S
FRANK- LOVEITT, Prop. UjS
CHRISTMAS ONLY 5 DAYS OFF.
ARE YOU READY
FOR It? .
High - Class Vaudeville
New People Every Week
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 Hi
t Moore & Mc Lei Ian
X Undertakers and Embalmers.
29 West Adams Street.
Telephone Main 122.
i n 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u n
Regular Meals 25c.
Short Orders at All Hours
MARK LAND, Mgr.
22-24 E. Washington.
A Pointer For You:
You follow the .judgment of the experienced
shopper when you buy goods athis store
there is a reason for here we show only
the best and most useful goods for gifts
known to the best people, and at prices
almost as low as vou pav for the cheap
stuff. Whether your gift will be "just a gift" to impress the
recipient as such or convey to him or her the sincere Christmas
expression of your regard, is very largely a matter of where your
gift comes from. Understand, please, that it is not the money
A'alue of your gift, but the thought and respect you display in seek
ing only beautiful gift-things of absolute known quality for the
gift to be permanently appreciate. Our name on any gift signi
fies the quality you intend. It expresses the conscientious quality
upheld by us for years. ANOTHER POINTER: We employ only
th; most polite and experienced salesmen, who know the goods
and caii wait upon you in an intelligent and courteous manner.
F. A. HILDERBRAN & CO.,
Open Evonines OPe" Evenings