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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 26, 1911.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
RECITAL LAST NIGHT
Interesting Program Given By The
That the Arizona School of Music is
a potent factor in tne artistic side of
life in Arizona was more than ever
the opinion of the several hundred peo
ple who listened to the pupils' recital
given there Tuesday evening. And
that the instruction in the various de
partments of tile school arc superior
and thoroughly equipped to do their
part hy the large number of students
enrolled is more firmly established than
ever by the creditable manner in which
the young people acquitted themselves.
The director, Mrs. Shirley Christy, and
also several of the teachers have had
advantages of study in Europe, and the
German theory of efficiency is made
the basic principle of the institution
here. The pupils" recitals given are
not intended wholly as exhibitions of
skill, but as exercises in public per-
thc territorial examination in June or
September. Teachers who pass these
examinations and secure first or sec
ond grade certificates will be eligible
to enter into contract with trustees for
positions in the public schools.
The present semester of the normal
has been one of the most successful
terms in the history of the institution.
The registration has increased 12 per
cent over the corresponding period of
last year and the percentage of at
tendance on the registration averages
9S. Excellent high schools have re
cently been established in Tempe and
Mesa, each having an enrollment of
over 100 students. The tendency of
this condition is to make the student
body largely territorial, nearly every
county in the territory being represent
ed as well as several states. The regis
tration in the normal school this semes
ter lias reached 240, and in the training
school 171, making a total registration
of 411. About one-half 4thc present
student body are seniors and juniors.
This is an unprecedented condition oc
casioned by many high school gradu
ates entering the normal to take the
two years professional course. The
completion of this course secures for
them a diploma which entitles them to
to teach for life In the public schools
of the territory and other western
states, nnd also secures them one
formance. the selections, with the ex- years credit on a university course.
ception of ensemble numbers, being Those who desire to secure the ad
rendered from memory. The excellent vantages of entering the second sem-
program of Tuesday evening was' giv
en by pupils of Clem A. Towner, di
rector of piano; Dufferin Rutherford,
voice: Frank Lloyd Stuchal, violin;
Caroline Reed Thompson, expression.
Bernice Faye Horrell, accompanist.
Violin trio Ave Verum Corpus...
Hermena Holsingcr, Emily Kieck
hofcr, Dorothy Cox.
Piano En Courant Godard
Reading The Transfiguration of
J. Docia Pedcn.
ester will he furnished full particulars
by applying to A. J. Matthews, prln
clpal. Tempe, Arizona.
Steals Energy and Will Power From
Catarrh robs Its victims of energy
suras pnysicians say oi will power.
That mav be the reason whv hmmnnrlu
vocai uiii rrojm iou... of catarrh sufferers haven't ambition
uU U IiarUClOt pnnnirh to nncont fhln fnlr n.1 cr..-
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offer by the Lovett Drug Co. which
they make without any whys and
wherefores or red tape of any kind.
The Lovett Drug Co. says, "We guar-
Piano March Grotosquc Sinding
fc Emma Thalheinier.
Violin Trio Andante, Symphony
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Airs from Euryanthc
Hermona Holsingcr. Emily Kieck
hoefer, Dorothy Cox.
Piano Shepherds All and Maidens
Vocal. Recit. and Air But the Lord
Is Mindful of His Own (St. Paul)
Summer Rain Wlllcby
Helen Hurberta Boyle.
Reading The Wooing of Bernice.
The Wooing of Mercia.
'Two scenes arranged from the Sign
of the Cross ..Wilson Barrett
Mrs. Rose Kibby Krebs
Piano The Wind Alkan
or chronic, or money back," and that
iffer is open to every reader of The
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Pour a fw drops Into the small vest
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It is pleasant to use it kills the
germs, soothes theore membrane, ami
cures catarrh; if it doesn't your money
A bottle of HYOMEI costs 50 cents at
the Lovett Drug Co.'s and druggists
everywhere. A comp'etc outfit, which
includes a bottle of HYOMEI, a hard
rubber inhaler and simple instructions
for use costs' $1-00.
Opportunity Next Monday
" Students to Enter.
OF ARIZONA TOWNS
The first semester of the Tempe Phoenix Accepts the Truthfulness of
Normal School of Arizona will close
January 27 and the second semester
will begin Monday, January 30, at
which time many new classes will be
formed. This affords an excellent op
portunity for students to enter and be
gin normal work, especially for those
who desire to so arrange their work
i . . . .i"
as 10 secure aavanceu sianuing next there were BOS deaths
year. It is a particularly opportune births for thn voar 1910
All Established Facts.
The shortage of population In Phoe
nix comes as a surprise, but why should
it? According to a report made a week
ago by the territorial health officer.
At this rain
time for prospective teachers to enter barrimr immigration, it will take but n
the normal with a view to taking up few .-ears to obliterate her from the
such work as will prepare them formap and put her In tne category of
has beens. The Star suggests that
they send over for a few Tucson people
as a bracer to the decadent population.
Phoenix regretfully admits the truth
of the vital statistics, but calls atten
tion to the fact that the stork is not
its only immigration agent. Phoenix is
on all the railroad maps and th.e trav
eling public is duly cognizant of the
fact. Unfortunately Tucson is on one
railroad and the high death rate in
Phoenix is due to the fact that after
life has become hopeless in Tucson the
major part of her unfortunates come
to Phoenix to die.
ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS
ALWAYS BOV TOE GENUINE
WHY THE DISFRANCHISEMENTS? I
MANUFACTURED BV THE
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One Size only, so a Bottle
The Eddy Strop
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50c to $2.00
New Craig Building.
Overland Phone Main 243.
Consolidated Phone 551.
To the Editor of The Republican. Sir:
There are several hundred citizens of
this valley who are legal -oters In the
territory of Arizona who will not lw
allowed to vote on the constitution
when it is submitted on February 0
because their names are not on the
great register of two years ago. Judge
Johnstone tells me that there is no way
for such citizens to vote in this elec
tion; that there have been no regis
tration days fixed nor any registration
blanks furnished. He says that a man
might have registered twenty-one days
before the day of the election, but he
does, not know that anyone did so.
It seems strange to me that there
has been nothing said in the papers
about this. It would doubtless have
made some difference in the result
that is at least in the size of the ma
jority, for most of the intelligent men
who have come here during the last
two years from the east would have
doubtless voted against this constitu-tution.
"Why waa nothing said about it?
R. C. DRYER
536 East Morcland Street. January 25.
It may be explained that nothing
was said about this matter for the rea
son that it had been assumed under
the terms of the enabling act that only
those who had qualified to vote at the
election for delegates to the constitu
tional convention could vote at subse
quent elections under the act. Shortly
before the arrival of the twenty-first
day before the coming election District
Attorney Bullard rendered an opinion
the registrations could be mail'.1 at anyj
time under the territorial election laws,
except within twenty-one days before
an election. This opinion, whether
right or wrong, was given so little pub
licity that comparatively few persons
were able to avail themselves of It.
As the writer states he was told by
Judge Johnstone. no registration
blanks were furnished; no action was
taken by the proper authorities and
nobody seems to have been ctearlv in-
Of The Lands Advertised Below Is Their Best Becomendatlon
We Will Gladly Furnish Further Information Regarding Them, and Will Arrange to Show Them to Interested Parties at Any Time
- 5 -I"
A good raneh for a home
seeker, 50 acres, a mile aud
a quarter from Tempe,
strictly fine garden loam,
at $125 per acre. All Class
"A." Fenced and cross
fenced; 2 houses, good
shade, fine domestic water.
One-third cash, balance on
long time. No. 1009
An all-in-good-alfalfa fort'
near Buckeye for .$200.00
per acre. "Will pay big in
terest on", twice the price
asked, and has netted more
than tliat for the past three
years. Terms to suit pur-,
chaser. Fenced. One of the
.best forties in the United
40 acres, one mile south of
the Beet Sugar town, all
Glendale loess, all in culti
vation, part in alfalfa, small
house, shade, etc. $175.00
per acre, on reasonable
terms.' This has been well
kept up and should prove
a big money-maker for the
right man. No. 511
$130 per acre, on exception
ally easy terms, buys a fine
25-acre tract. All in wheat;
should net over $25 per
acre. Splendid grain and
alfalfa land. Some shade.
In rapidly developing
neighborhood, only 31-:
miles from Phoenix P. 0.
All class "A" water.
140 acres of good land, lies
very well, 2 miles from
Buckeye P. 0. Full water
rights in Buckeye canal; all
assessments paid to date.
Can be bought at less than
$75.00 per acre. ' No. 844
10 acres and good four-room
house, stable, chicken house,
' .woven wire fenced; about
13-4 mile from Glendale Post
' y Office. Easy payments
will take this, one of the
best small buys we have.
$2,500 is the price. No. 116
80 acres, about 3 miles S. E.
of the Gem City, 50 acres
being in alfalfa, balance in
grain. Has been farmed
right and is in excellent
condition. A good farm
house, has lots of shade and
a nice home orchard. One
third cash, balance on time.
$150 per acre. No. 780
40 acres of excellent soil, lo
cated 6 miles southeast of
Tempe, all in grain, all
Class "A" water; also
Tempe pump water. Fenced.
At the special quick-sale
price of $100.00 per acre, we
consider this one of the best
vs in the Salt Kiver Val
lev. No. 1106
h HnmnsnfikRR anrl Invfistnrs are Invitpri tn Rail at This Rffinp and M a Fur finnv nf Rnr I aim Np.w Minnal Man nf tfiR .Salt Rivflr VallRV I
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
Consolidated Phone, Main 156; Overland 456. Office S. E. Corner Center and Adams Streets, Phoenix, Arizona,
formed of the ruling except Hie man
agers of the so-called "statehood
league." who doubtless saw that those
who would vote for the constitutltution
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE.
LAXATIVE BROMO 'Qulnc. the
world wide Cold and Grip remedy
removes cause. Call Tor full nume.
Look for signature E. W. GROVES.
Buy your fruit trees of Hall Bros,
and get the best fruit that grows In the
Evergreen lots arc going- fast
Burroughs. 14 W. Adams St.
rumor attributing the selling of the lat
ter to Philadelphia sources. (
It was practically settled, although
technically denied, that some foreign
financing for American roads, probably
including the Southern Pacific and thi
New York Central, is under way
Amalgamated. 63; Smelting. 77;
Atchison. 104: St. Paul. 127; New
York Central. 110.T&; Pennsylvania.
126;, Reading. .154: Southern Pa
cific. 118; Union .Pacific. 174; Steel.
77: Steel pfd.. il7-yt.
GIBSON CO. TO HANDLE
Growers Elect Permanent
Finanrns 2nd Markpfc
New York. Jan. 25. Standard copper,
dull; spot, January.- February. March
and April. J12.0012.10. London, quiet; j
spot, J.55 7s Cd; futures, 06 3s 9d.
Arrivals, 2.105 tons. Exports this
month, 24,129 tons. Lake. $ 12.62 i
12.87&; electrolytic. $12.37&12.50;
Tin, firm; spot and January, $43.00
43.25: February. March and Anril.
Jan. 25. Trading in j J42.9543.25. London closed excited,
levels slightly jwiin spui anu luiures quoted ai i.rji.
, Lead, dull at $1.40ly'4.50 Tor Now
York delivery, and at $4.254.35 f r
East St. Louis delivery. Lundon. 12
Spelter, dull at Ju.lOQ'S.SO for New
York delivery, and at 55.20ig-5.30 for
East St. Louis delivery. London, 23
j Thompson's proposition was accepted. J
; The Gjbson company, therefore, se- .
I cured the contract. J
I From this- time until the melons are 1
ripe K. L. Mumford of Mesa will be
right umong the Phoenix cantaloupe J
growers, teaching them how to plow
the ground, plant the seed and care '
Officers for the vines in order to get the best ;
results. .Mr. .Mumioru nas nau a ,
and Contract for Sale of Crop. j number of years experience In grow- ,
j ing cantaloupes, and has been cm-
i ployed by the Gibson company to im- 1
,1 part his knowledge to the members ;
By making the temporary organlza- if tne Phoenix associati0n. The com-;
tion permanent and signing a con- ( ,,anv agreed to furnish such an ex
tract with the Gibson Fruit company pert, and also to furnish four experts
If you want the best
If you want the best
res alts go to the
PHOENIX AUTO CO
A. Ainsworth, Mgr.
stocks began today at
above last night's close, but the Im
provement was or short duration. Fol
lowing a scries of fractional advances
and recessions, trading became dull
and continued on a nominal basis dur
ing the remainder of the day with
prices a little above the lowest. The 10s,
selling movement extended to the last
hour, when prices ea.scd off to a point
which showed considerable losses for
Constipation Is the cause of many
ailments and disorders that make life
mlKPmhlfl- Tnltn Phnmhorlnln's
Steel Showed some disposition to ad- Stomach and Llvir-Tnh1tsi kn vmir
rtnce m me inuiai irauing, nut later . bowels regular and you will avoid
sold heavily. Harriman issues nnd these diseases. For sale by nil deal- willing to do. the cantnloupo growers
Beading were again under pressure, jcrs. took a vote, with the resdlt that Mr.
of Chicago, the Phoenix Cantaloupe
Growers' association yesterday made
preliminary preparations for the
planting and handling of this season's
The meeting was held in the ofrice
of B. A. Leak, 33 West Jefferson
street. At a. meeting held the week
before Mr. Leak had been chosen
president. Dr. E. C. Bond vice presi
dent and M. A. Stanford secretary
treasurer. This organization was only
temporary, but yesterday the grow
ers voted unanimously to make it
permanent. Phil Woodring and A. R.
Taylor were made directors.
Two representatives of commission
houses were present. They were E. E.
Cadwallader of Crutchfleld & Wool
folk, and W. B. Thompson of the Gib
son Fruit company. Both were given
an opportunity to talk to the grow
ers, nnd they presented propositions
which seemed eminently fair and rea
sonable. After each had explained in
detail exactly what his company was
to show the growers how to pick
their melons. The district will be
divided Into four sections, with an
expert In charge of each. His busi
ness will be to go into the fields,
show the pickers what kind of melons
to pick and how to handle them so
they will not be bruised in transit to
the packing house. In fact, the en
tire contaloupe industry Is to be on
a different basis than heretofore.
Nothing Is to be left to chance or the
guesswork of the inexperienced
WHAT SHE WAS.
Mrs. Ellenbcrt Is Mrs. Smith her
husband's second Avlfe?
Ellenbcrt No; why did you think
Mrs. Ellenbcrt Why. I have heard
several people say he had been married
Ellenbcrt He has been married be
fore, but that doesn't, make the pres
ent Mrs. Smith his second wife: he has
been married twice before. Chicago
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