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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9,. 1911.
OF STATE CANDIDATES
One of the Best Meetings of the Com
palgn in Tempe on Thursday
Tqmpe's s-athering of t'.ie state can-
didate.s on the republican ticket Tempo visited the Phoenix lodge
Thursday evening was a notable went. , Thursday night, among olhe r. Mus
ic, was "likewise the last one for the dumes Clark. Matthews Pavellt Mark
pnrty in Tempe for this. Arizona's first Ucd.len. Byron Re.lden, Finch. Hal
Mate campaign. If attendance at poli- btrt Miller. They were royally' cnter-
tieal gatheringse may be taken as a
Iiasis of calculation for results on
Tuesday, then Tempo is going over
whelmingly republican for at every re
publican rally in Tempe this winter,
there have been .splendid crowds.
At Thursday evening's gathering the
speakers were Ed. W. Wells. oandUato
for governor. Geo. D. Christy, candi-
vlato for attorney general. W. D. Fisk,
candidate for state treasurer, Claude
D. Jones, candidate for supt. of pub
lic instruction aiid.-Flctchor M. Doan.
candidate for judge of the Ftate su-
pieme court, who spoke in the order
.named. J. F. Cleaveland, candidate
"for state auditor, was expected in
from the south on the later Maricopa
train in time to also speak at the
1'seeting but the train was late and did
not arrive here until after eleven
o'clock, too late of cour.e for Mr.
Cleaveland to be present.
C. P. Mullen again presided at the
gathering in his usual capable man
ner. Judge Wells the first speaker,
urged the election of the republican
. ticket on the grounds that the first
state officers -should be tried and
proven business men. A strictly busi
ness and not political administration
being the important thing for Arizo
na's first state government. Geo. D.
Chrjsty spoke very much along the
.same line, urging as his fitness for the
office lie seeks, his knowledge of land
values and land conditions in the ter
ritory which will be of much need in
the selection of the lands that have
leen given the new state by the gov
ernment. W. D. Fisk told of his ex
perience in a business way and his
r.bility to fill in a satisfactory man
ner, the office of state treasurer.
Claude D. Jone.s urged his own elec
tion, not because he is a republican,
but because he has made a .-'tudy of
s.chool work and is especially fitted to
fill the office to which he aspires. He
particularly impressed -on his hearers,
the fact, that, in the selection of the?
sitpt. of public instruction, politics
should be left entirely aside and th?
man and not the party ahould be con
sidered. A quartette of Mr. Jones
high school boys from Phoenix, un
known to the professor, came over and
vntertained the gathering with v coupl"
of vocal selections that were both en
jojed and r.rpreciated.
Fletcher M. Doan. the la.t speaker,
delivered one of the best add.-esses of
the evening. Judge Doan has had
many years experience in Arizona.
both in a business way and on tht
b;ncli. His ability for the position ho
seeks is unquestioned.
The meeting was a pronounced suc
cess in every respect. In thp early
evening there was music by tin Tempe
band, cannonading from the top of the
butte and plenty of red fire. The can
didates came down from Florence on
the afternoon train and after the meet
ing here, some went on to Phoenix,
while others? regained in town over
THOSE WHO STOOD HIGH.
The following named are those stu
dents of the high school, who during
the 2nd months work, made an average
grade of So per cent or more:
iApeli, Lizetta; TApeli. "David: Apell,
Margaret: Bowers, pearl; Bowers, Ed
na; Brooks. Oran; Brooks, Earl; Cal
k'ns. Edith: Chilson. Chas.: Church,
Fj.ni; Celeyu. .Ophelia: Dunagan. Ada;
Fisk. -"'Louise: Gililland, Edria; Glynn,
April; Hudlow, Grace; Harris. Gussie:
Hughes. Halt Hiliericgr Elsa; Jen
kins. Edna: Jensen. Laura; Martinez,
Carmela; Miller, Wallace; Miller,
Vallace; Moeur, Kelly: Minor, Bert;
Morrow, Thomasine; Meyer. Albert;
Meyer, Harry; Parker, Mabel- Parker,
Carrie: Pine. Walter: Richards, Earl:
Spangler, . Carl; Scudder. Kathereen;
Still. Xellie; Wickliffe, Winnie; Cole.
Olan; Hegi. Geo.: Armento, Henry;
Motheral. Archie; Finch. Robt : Smith.
Geo.; Mouer. John; Winsor. Bessie;
Barlow. Georgia: Dines. Willetta;
Burtelson. Edward: Teeter. Samuel:
Creal. Arthur: Estrada, Angelita: Net
tle Evelyn: Laird. Eugene: Myrtle,
Steel: Jackson. Ruth; Rhoda. Strong:
Griffin. Evelyn; Buck. Leo; Brunnen
You are cordially invited to attend
the following services' at the Baptist
church tomorrow morning and evening,
Dec. 10th; Sunday school 10 A. M.,
preaching at 11 A. M. Subject "Tin
Confession of . the -McXamaras". P. U.
at 7 P. M. and a lecture i'uy Dr. T.
H. Scott of Japan on "Japan and the
Lutheran services will be held at
the Baptist church on Sunday after
noon at 2 P. M. AJl'are invited to at
tend. The" ladies of the jr. E. church south,
will serve a chicken iple dinner at the
Odd Fellows Hall on Friday evening.
GO TO DENVER.
Frank. Fogal and L.. L. Harmon left
last evening for La Junta, Col., where
they have 'contracted . for a two car
shipment of thoroughbred white face
bulls. After 'getting the cattle- start -
c this way, they expect to go on to
SOUTH SIDE NEWS
. j Denver where they will attend the na
tional convention of live stock growers
which convenes in that city next
The wet'thur report for the week
ending the 3rd is jjiven by F". H. Sim
mons of tlie date'orchard as follows:
date high low Character of day
VISITED PHOENIX LODGE.
A number of the Lady Maccabees, of
ta'ned by the Phoenix lodge.
BASKET BALL TODAY.
There will be a double header of bas
ket ball at the- Tempe high school
grounds this afternoon commencing at
2:30 sharp. The games will be be-
tween the Tempe high and the Phoenix
high girls and the Phoenix Y. M. C. A.
and the Tempe public school boys.
English Lutheran service in tin
Baptist church Sunday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Ue Geo. Luetke of Phoe
nix will preacii. A cordial welcome
is extended to a!!.
OVER FROM PHOENX.
W. Bennett Cough, secretary and
manager of the Arizona Fire Insur
ance company of Phoenix, was a visi
tor in Tempe yesterday.
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUIX
IXE. Look for the signature of E.
V. GROVE. Used the World over to
Cure a Cold in One Day. 25c.
CLUB IS A LIVE
Commercial Club of Mesa is a Real
Source of Help to That Town.
Tlie Mesa Commercial club has been
connected with a live wire and the
amount of vim Injected into the or
ganization, if it - continues, promise's
to accomplish results for tin e-om-munity.
Recently there was held a
se-lf-examination meeting, and th
members agreed that all had been
more or less in a comatose condition
and it was time to exercise the club's
dormant energies. A new board ra
elected, and the first move was to
get busy, arrange for a new place of
meeting; appoint men to see that an
e-xhibit was prepared and placed where
it would do the most good, and also
to inaugurate an advertising campaign
that would bring the best results.
Saturday night the board of rti reen
ters was elected; Mondny at 4 o'clock
the officers were chosen; Monda.
night a mutual pact was formed
pledging every member to work un
selfishly for the best interests of
Mesa and vicinity, and on Thursday
afternoon a general meeting of the
directors formulated the plans for this
The first move was to close a con
tract for a new location, one-half of
the'' lower floor of the new Mnhoney
building on South Macdonnld street, a
room luxCi feet. The lease is for one
year. President Dougherty and Sec
retary Marshall Bowen secure'd the
lease and will look arter the club's
interests in the matter. The window
will give mom for a fine display of
the products of the valley, and will
be on tin street traveled bv every
stranger who comes to Mesa.
Tiie board also agreed to adopt a
f'ogan in this case a sentence', brief,
pertinent and telling in a few words
what the club stands for. The "slo
gan" adopted, wiU become the watch
word of the entire organization and
it will be next to a penal offense for
any member to forget It or to fail to
irswer to the cry whenever and
wherever heard. A prize of 52.50 will
be paid by the board for the best
"slogan." the board of directors to be
the judges. Those of a literary turn
of mind who care to earn tho money
should send their contribution in a
sealed envelope to Secretary Bowen.
The matter of display lias been con
fided to the following gentlemen who
will each look after his own particu
lar work: Max Viault will look after
tho cereals; W. S. Dorman after a
collection of citrus fruits; Fred C
Weekes after the deciduous fruits; J.
G. Spang'er and L. W. Bartholomew
will do the rest. W. S. Dorman is to
investigate tho cost of placing bill
boards at Maricona and Phoenix, and
the entire board vjili see to the print
ing and circulation of pamphlets and
If tho commercial club members;
keep up with thir work and carry
out the plans outlined, they will have
the hearty cooperation of the pubHc
spirited citizens "of Mesa. It look
now as though the club meant busi
ness and It Is hoped that the future
of tho organization will be fruitful of
A GREAT RALLY.
At the time of the republican rally
In Mesa) when the state candidates
made theic talks to the yoters.it was
believed that there could be no more
enthusiastic meeting held eiuring the
present campaign. That was consid
ered the banner rally and was in
- lnt of mtnibers, in enthusiasm,
however, the jneeting of Thursdv
night at. tlit Coliseum was lull its
rquaL .Qn account of the size of tin
place of meeting- all could not be ac
commodate with seats, but the aisles
were filled' with interested listener
r.pd around the open doorway a scop
or more additional voters stood dur
ing tiie entire time of speaking. There
were quite a number oflatlies present
and their enthusiusm fully cqu.tlk'
that of the 'men. "Perhaps, under re
publican rule, the ladies may be giv -en
the .right to 'exercise the elcc-tixc-franchise,
'but "certainly never und-i
democratic rule. Tho democrats gave
that fact out cold when the constitu
tional convention refused to refer tin
subject of woman suffrage to the vot
ers. A referendum in theory was i
different thing from referendum in
All the county candidates were
given a brief time to, say a few word -:to
tiie voters and all met with en
thusiastic welcome. The principal
speech of tho evening was. however,
delivered by Mr. Fisher. That gen
tleman proved to be a master hand.
He talked rapidly and emphasized his
statements by references to documents
ir. his possession. Ke exploded all
the lies told regarding Ralph Cam
eron and presented unanswenrablo ar
guments why the. advisory vote should
be given Cameron- and Hoval A.
Smith for United States senators
Jack Williams was shown to be the
man lor congress, and it is doubtful
if any left the ball who was not
thoroughly convinced, whether pre
pared to acknowledge it or not. that
every word spoken by Mr. Fisher was
tho exact truth. "Jack" Steward and
W. S. Dorman, II. B. Morris and
Charles Mullen, were all given special
ovations, the first three being res
idents of Mesa, and Mr. Mullen be
ing, in the past one of the leading
men of this community. At one time
he was the mayor of the town, and
for many years resided here and was
engaged in business. Mr. Steward is
tiie only candidate on either ticket
who over served on the board of su
pervisors, and his experience will be
worth a great deal to the new ltonrd.
His election is considered ;i foregone
conclusion. Messrs. Dorman and Mor
ris are both " able men, caiKible of
looking after the-affairs of the people
and there is no question of their hon
esty and devotion to the interests of
RETURNED TO HER.
Mrs. Joe Peterson arrived in Mesa
Thursday after having spent the sum
mer and fall months on .the coast.
Mrs. Peterson is looking some ten
years younger than when she left
Mesa. dtie to taking life easy on the
coart and having no business worries
to puzzle her mind. At least that
is the only reasonable solution of the
phenomenon. Mrs. Peterson owns a
couple of nice" home's in Mesa, but
when she arrived found her own sjh'
cial home occupied by the organiza
tion known as the "Gastronomic
Jinks," n bachelor's club of unannexeel
Mesa 'business men with a sprinkling
of temporary widowers. Mrs. Peter
son said slio was tiierefore homeless
and unless she could induce the lwch
elors to el'-ct her to membership in
the club, would have to find quarters
with her friends. She expects to re
main in Mesa during the winter, this
being a better climate than California
WILL IMPROVE FARM.
II. C. Myer is here from Pasadena,
California, to 'ook after his interests
in tho Mesa se-ctien. Mr. Myer some
time since purchased the lmirt em
braced in section SI. township 2 south,
nige r, east, and will put it In shape
for tho establishment of one of the
lsrgest ostrich farms in the territory.
He has engaged Engineer M. It. Bow
en to survey the land, locate wells
and furnish estimates for their com
pletion, lie will have the grounds'
cleared and fenced with fencing that
will hold the valuable birds, and erect
suitable buildings. Til's is one of tilt
ing enterprise's that will go far to
ward promoting sett!ement on the va
cant lands of he country to the
south am! east of Mesa.
Maximum temperature. 06; minimum
temperature, 21: character of day,
clear; forecast, partly cloudy, prob
able, local showers.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
William MIchels was in from his
desert ranch vesterelnr.
A change of time on the A. 12
road now sends the Phoenix train out
at 1:05 instead of 1:30 as formerly
The next meeting of the board of
directors of the Mesa, Commercial
club will be held on Wednesday, De
cember 1 3th.
A meeting of tlie uniform rank of
the Knights of Pythias was held aj.
K. P. hall last night.
J. D. Attaway was up from Phoenix
on business. Ho reported Mrs. At
taway still on the sick list.
The inspection of D company v. is
held Thursday night, and Captain
Jewett, the Inspecting officer paid tin-
company a high compliment upon tH
efficiency of its membTS.
M. M. -Cox, the cantaloupe expert,
lias returned to the east. He report
contracts from uite a number of the
There was a large attendance at the
Christian cliurch bazaar yostenU.
The bazaar was held in the room oc
cupied as headquarters by the dem
ocr:(tic precinct committee. A chicken
idlnnur was "served at C o'clock.-
A'Dcsr Moines man had an attack
of muscular rheumatism in his shoul
eler." A friend advised him to go to
Hot Springs. That meant an ex
pense of $150.00 or more. He sought
for a quicker and cheaper way to cure
it and found it in Chamberlain's Lin
iment. Three -days after the first ap
plication of this liniment he was well.
For'sale by all druggists.
Try a Republican Want Ad for
Cleanses the System
colds and Headaches,
due to constipation.
Best for men, women
and children : young
To get its Beneficial
effects, always note the
name of the Company,
plainly printed on the
front of every package
of the Genuine
TO MARICOPA VOTERS
Candidate For State Senate Tells Why
He Should Be Elected.
To tiie Voters of Maricopa County:
It has been my endeavor in this
campaign to sen; every voter -personally,
but as thhs has proven impossible.
I take this means to acquaint you with
the fact that I am ,the nominee for the
Arizona state senate on the ropublie-an
I am making this campaign on
strictly business lines. I haw been in
the real estate business in Phoenix for
oer thirteen yearn, ami have apent
every minute of that time in the build
ing up and- improvement of this city
and county. I have served the public
and taxpayer whenever called on.
I-iave brought in more liomesevkers
and investors than probably any other
man in-tlTe county. I lmve newr held
I ublic office or received one cent of
compensation, for any public service.
I have never been a iwrty jMirtisan, but
have always trieel to vote for the man
I considered best qualified for the of
fice. I am making no criticism of my
oijH)pents, but I do believe my work
has of necessity better qualified me
for tlie position I seek than any other
I am not making a lot of campaign
promises to catch voters; tlie only
pledge I make h, if e-lected. to serve
the whole people of Arizona in general,
and Maricoiia county in particular, to
the very best of my ability. I am in
favor of the resubmission of the re
call. I am in favor of the advisory
vote for the United States senators,
and I am in favor of an effioient.
sound, ee-onoinlcal administration and
a square deal for all. I have prove 1
by my work anionic you tluit I am pro
gressive', and I think you. will agree
with me that actions are better than
Xow. Mr. Voter. I a,sk you to look
me and my record up and eomiwre it
with tlie record of my opponents, and
If you think my work among you is
entitled to consideration at your hands
ar.d that I am better qualified to wnv
you, I earnestly solicit your vote and
H. I. LATHAM.
MOCCASINS AT HINCKLEY'S
We have received a new shipment
of Moccasins. Children's siz-s from
ones (the smallest baby) up to eights.
Grown jK-ople's size's from lady's twos
up to the largest men's sizes. Trices
SOc to See them while the as
sortment of sizes is complete. Hinck
ley's P. O. News Store, 13C X. Cen
Art dealers here are saying that
their best seller at present is, the
Drian etching, signed, however, by
Drain's real name, Adrian Ktienno.
These have quite taken tlie place of
HelletiK etchings, being oftenest in
the full figure of a chic Parisicnno;
they make quite a change, too. The
price of the average size Is 75 to 100
francs. Drian will Ik? remembered as
the young man who first made an
art of fashion drawing. Since lie has
been having so much success with his
etchings lie lias altogether givi n up
Relieves in 24 Hours (udv)
Catarrh of the Bladder
Hctvarc of Counterfeits
CHICHESTER S PILLS
UtXMOSn ItUAND 1MI.I.S. feres
yciuknoTvn as Beit, Safest. Aiwa ji KelULl
SOLD BY DRL'GfilSTS FVEPYIVHERF
THE G. A. GOODWIN NOV
ELTY STORE is now getting '
out the most complete line of (
Xmas Goods ever seen in Tempe. '
Come early and make your j
The New State Home Builder's
Stock 20c per share, on the in
stallment plan. Don't let this op
4 W. Adams.
J.nillrnl jour Irucclt for i
t lil-rho-tcr'a IlBinorilrBiijW
rills In ltr.1 mi Cold mfUlllcVV
U scald with niue KIMxm. T
TnLo m othrr. Ilu r of your
!roiii(. Ak for e:ifi.e:ilVs.TFTi a'
The Best Irrigated Land
Is at Mesa
. - v
All served by Jle'servoir or Pumping Water
$50 to $500 pervAcre, according to
Improvements and Location
Wilbur Realty Company
:: SUGGESTION ::
Why not dine at Castle Hot Springs Hotel,
where there is always an extra good dinner
and a warm welcome awaiting you?
We have now on display our new line of
Heaters, Ranges-and Cook Stoves.
jfReinember, we set up all stoves bought of
us without charge, in the city.
Talbot . Hubbard
"At the Sign of the Dog."
TRY A FEW MEALS
CASA LOMA DINING ROOM
First Class Service and Prices Reasonable
UNDER MANAGEMENT OF J. W. JACOBUS
A new, strictly modern, European plan hotel.
Rooms en suite, with bath. Elegant appointments
and up-to-date conveniences. Centrally located.
Commercial trade solicited.
319 W. Washington.
Central Avenue Dairy
(Established in 1901.)
!fWe furnish the freshest, cleanest and best miliv and
cream to the best people of the city. Try us.
Phones Consolidated, County 117; Overland 8299
THE BEST ICE "Purista" Distilled Water
All our ICE vre manufacture from pure distilled Water.
Use "PURISTA" Distilled Water for making your Coffee and Tea.
It adds to the deliclousncss of the FLAVOR.
W. H. CONSTABLE, Inc.
FACTORY CORNER FOURTH AVE. AND JACKSON STREET.
Phones: Overland 355. Consolidated Main 163.
Ty Confectionery business, oquipjjcd for making
Ice Cream and Candy for wholesale and retail
trade. Or would trade for land or live stock.
Good Terms Given. Applv
TURNER'S CONFECTIONERY, MESA,, ARIZ.
If You Want the Best
On the market for your din
ner table In the line of Meats,
Poultry, Fish, Oysters, Fresh
Vegetables and Fruits of, all
kinds, see us. We also have a
complete line of lunch goods,
cheese of all kinds, butter, eggs,
Ickles, olives and many other
articles too numerous ta men
tion. fiVou will find Tribolefs
Market the most up-to-date
marketing house in the Bouth
west. TRIBOLET'S MARKET
Opposite City Hall; Prompt
Delivery to all Parts of
Pho.no Main 6 Overland 789
We Buy, Rent, Sell
Anything and Everything
Con. Phone, Main 4041.
H. G. EDWARDS
144 E. Adams.
122 North Second St
Send for our list of
FIFTY CALIFORNIA PAPER8
You can Insert display
aels in the entire list for
FIVE DOLLARS AN INCH
DAKE ADVERTISING AGENCY
427 So. Main St.
LOS ANGELES. CAL.
12 Geary St.
Herzberg Bros., Props.
212 E. Washington
ft. EllingsoD & Sons
Dealers in Hay and Grain,
3eed Grain, Seed Oats, Feed
Oots, Rolled Barley, Alfalfa
Seed, Grain Bags, etc.
For Sale at Mesa
30 acres close in, 20 acres alfal
fa, balance cantaloupe land;
good house, family orchard on
good road. Price for quick sale,
$4000. Terms: $S00 down, bal
JESSE F. KELLY
Collings Vehicle &
East Adams StrMt
Suits Built by Me Have
Some Class to Them. Ji
Order Now; Winter is
20 WEST ADAMS STREET.
Every Thing;in Banking
Funlshed Rooms. Always open;
everything bran new; no' sick. Cots
35c. Rooms 75c, $1.00 and $2.00.
CHAS. McGEE, Prop.