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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1911
Blasted Republican Hopes
and Democratic Glee.
A "FIGURATIVE" RECITAL
Only Two Precincts Are
Missing and the Vote in
Them is Inconsequential.
Two Republicans Carry
The- returns for .Maricopa county are
how " practically complete. Reports
have been received from every pre
cinct in the county except Aguila, a
station between Wickenburg anil
W'enden, where it is not certain an
election was held, and Broadway,
across the river from Phoenix, where
It is said the vote averaged eight
democrats and seven republicans.
Some errors have probably crept into
the figures in transcribing or in to
taling or in transmission by telephone
or telegraph, but the following results
are substantially correct, as nearly
so. no doubt, as can be procured be
fore the official count:
United States Senator.
.Smith. M. A 2090
.Smith. Hoval A 1S9S
Representative to Congress.
Hunt 22 GO
Secretary of State.
Judge State Supreme Court
P. I. Cunningham 20S5
Alfred Franklin 2245
Henry D. Ross 14'.J
Fletcher M. Doan 1T53
Edward M. Doe '074
Edward Kent 2191
.1. C. Callauhan 2045
George A. Mauk 1945
David F. Johnson 2204
W. D. Fisk 1795
George Purdy Dullard 2113
Geo. D. Christy 19S5
Superintendent of Publit Instruction
C O. Case 2145
Claude D. Jones 2107
A. W. Cole ,.2095
W. I'. Geary 2331
F. A- Jones 2249
E. S. DePars 17S9
F. M. Pool I'.Hl
W. S. Sturges 1330
Johnson - 2191
Gas in Your Stomach
Often Comes From Nervousness
Rather, from a nervous, irritable
stomach, and it takes a remedy pre
jwred iwirticularly and especially for
Stomach Gas to cure this.
Biialmann's Gas-Tablets do this
because they are prepared distinctly
and. especially for Stomach Gas, and
jiarticularly for all the bad effects
coming from Gas Pressure.
That empty, gone and gnawing
feeling at the nit of your stomach
will forever disappear in a few days;
that anxious and nervous feeling,
with heart palpitation, will vanish
and you will once more be able to
take a deep breath, so often pre
ented by gas pressing against your
heart and lungs.
Your limbs, arms and fingers won't
feel numb and go to sleep, because
I idalnrann's a Gas-Tablets prevent gas
intorferring with your digestion
That intense drowsiness and sleepy
feeling after dinner will soon be rc
plticcd by a desire for some form of
Your distended stomach will reduce
by inches because gas simply cannot
form after a few days' use of IJaal
Ask these people what they think
of Baalmann's Gas-Tablets:
Archbishop Roirdan, San Francisco.
Col. Chas. Sontag, State's Prison,
Director of California.
"Ferd. Wodon, Belgian Consul, Sa:i
Mr. J. Craig, Woodland. Cal.
Mr. Geo. H. Kahn. 'M Kearny St.
Mr. W. W. Coulter, 1119 Sutter St.
Mr. T. E. Campbell. Lace House.
Mr. Wm. H. Hand, Goldberg,
Jlr. E. Detrick, 2C8 Market St.
'Mr. T. J. Tarrell, Board of Health.
Judge Superior Court.
Clerk Superior Court.
County Superintendent of Roads.
A cuff 2111
RESULTS NOT CHANGED
(Continued from Page One.)
Henry D. Ross 195, Kent 197, Hunt
275. Wells 1C3, Osborn 213, Oleave
land 170. Callaghan 173. Mauk 220.
Johnson 105, risk 237. Bullard 204.
Christy 1S2. Case 209. Jones 162, Cole
199. De Pass 1S2. Geary 209, Pool 151.
Jones 199. Sturgis 176. Telegraphic
returns from Winkelman and Hayden
I are to the effect that the democrats
I have carried three to one.
GLOBE. Dec. 13. (Special.) Three
o'clock bulletin: Sixty-six more votes
to count, which will take until about
10 o'clock tonight, give Ashurst 225.
Cameron 237. Mark Smith 2 IS. Hoval
Smith 212. Hayden 254. Williams ISC.
Cunningham 22S. Doan 17S. Franklin
250. Doe 147, Ross 217. Kent 213.
Hunt 290, Wells 173. Osborn 232.
Cleaveland 1S5. Callaghan 1S9. Mauk
244. Johnson 1S9, Fisk 254. Bullard
220. Christy 199. Case 227. Jones 177.
Cole 212. De Pass 197. Geary 224,
Pool 100, Jones 215. Sturgis 193.
FLAGSTAFF. Dec. 13. (Special.)
Total returns from Coconino county,
except Fredonia. and Tuba, give the
following vote: Ashurst 257. Mark
Smith 271. Hayden 241. Cunningham
301. Franklin 267. Ross 21S. Hunt 300.
Osborn 311. Callaghan 299, Johnson
313. Bullard 302. Case 2S4, Cole 285.
Geary 208. Jones 2S9. Cameron SOu,
Hoval Smith 39S. Williams 341. Doan
359. Doe 473. Kent 399. Wells 422.
Cleaveland 391. Mauk 393. Fisk 3Cj,
Christy 378. Jones 397. De Pass 3S9.
Pool 350. Sturges 375.
BISBEE. Liec. 13. (Special.) The
vote for Cochise county complete, ex
cept for four small outlying precincts,
gives Ashurst 1S0S, Smith 1S21. Cam
eron 1547, H. Smith 1060. Hayden
1S7S. Williams 1525. Cunningham
2077, Franklin 1902, Ross 191S. Doan
13S2. Doe 1224. Kent 1297, Hunt 1978.
Wells 1419. Osborn 1S04. Cleaveland
1394. Callaghan 1921. Mauk 1371. John
son 18SS. Fisk 13S0. Bullard 1920,
Christv 1351. Case 1910. Jones 1352.
Cole 1832. Geary 1955. Jones 1824.
De Pass 1395. Pool 132S. Sturges 1332.
Every democrat on the ticket car
ried Cochise county except the can
didate for county treasurer, which
went to the republican candidate by
a small majority. The entire mem
lH?rship of the state legislature from
the county is democratic.
PRESCOTT, Dec. 13. With a few
small precincts unheard from the fol
lowing is the count: Cameron, S25:
Hoval Smith, 875: Ashurst, 1009:
' Mr. W. Cormack, O'Connor & Mof-
Mr. R. Dehlow. of Behlow & Lucas.
Rev. H. B. Collier, 44S Fair Oaks.
Rev. Father Sesnon, Sausalilo, Cal.
Mr. IJ. Bernard, Palace Hotel.
Mrs. H. M. Heynemann. 1043 Bush
Mr. Wm. R'.stenpart, Sioane & Co.
Mr. M. If. Quinn, Monadnock Bldg.
Mr. W. W. Haas, care Roos Bros.
Mrs. G. R. Sncath, San Bruno, Cal.
Mrs. C. E. Bancroft, Berkley, Cal.
Mrs. K. Frank, 3D29 Clay St.
Mr. J. Schoenfeld, 2011 Pine St.
Mrs. Thos. E. Strahan, 175 Duboce,
Mrs. W. Pearson. Inverness, Cal.
Mrs. E. Quinlan, 1S00 Green St.
Mr. C. II. Lindemann, Alameda, Cal.
Mr. S. Bash. 1221 Sutter St.
Mrs. L. Andre. Oakland. Cal.
Mr. E. F. Cheffins. 2124 Buchanan
Miss T. Segers, 138" Hayes St.
Mr. J. T. Gasman. 2022 Hayes St.
Mr. Alex. Wefelsburg, 333 Lake St.
Mrs. J. B. McKenzie, 408 Cole St.
Mr. Chas. Alsup, 353 Kearny St.
Mr. I. E. Miller. 400 California St
Mr. J. K. Garfield, 2475 Sutter St.
Mr. J. L. Harrington, 4d Central
Mrs. S. D. Woods, 1S01 California
Mr. C. T. Smith, Rurlingame.
Mr. Ph. Landsbcrger, Emporium.
Mr. C. W. Durbrow. Flood Build
ing. These particular tablets are sold
for 50c a bottle by nearly every
druggist. If not in stock tell him
to get them for you from his whole
saler, or send 50c in silver, stamps,
or monev order to J. Baalmann Co.,
33C Sutter St, San Francisco.
The man and boys'
Mark Smith. SS9; Williams, 834;
Hayden. 1091; Wells, 1027; Hunt.
S99; Cleaveland, 928; Osborne, 923;
Members of legislature: three dem
ocrats, one republican, indications.
County ticket, over half republican.
Apache county not Included, not
TUCSON. Dec. 13. Pima county,
with seven precincts missing, gives
M. A. Smith, 840; Ashurst. 715;
Cmeron, 854; H. A. Smith. SC4;
Hayden. 795; Hunt, S12; Wells, S23;
Cleaveland. 518; Osborn. 42S. Both
state senators are democrats; one
democrat and two republicans go to
GIFTS OF DNE DOLLAR
Possibly the amount cited would
seem a small outlay for persons of
unlimited income, but for the average
purse this amount, multiplied by a
large number of acquaintances and
friends, makes the Christmas fund
dwindle with surprising rapidity.
Quality has !ecn given foremost con
sideration in the work of selecting
these articles and usefulness and
beauty, it is hoped, 'are lairly well
To a woman of taste, good table
linen is one of her greatest comforts
and any dainty piece added to her
stock will give her pleasure. The
Madeira work is sought after at pres
ent and some especially good values
in tumbler doilies a half dozen and
small pieces may be had within the
price named; also hemstitched da
mask cloths thirty-six inches square
for luncfleon. A torchon lace trim
med scarf fifty-four inches long and
made of linen is excellent for dresser
A suggestion of gloves seems al
most too trito to be permitted and
yet what woman has too many even
enough? A French kid glove of good
quality is to be had In all colors at
this price and Is so satisfactory that
tile mention of it is irresistible, j
Gloves for small children and also!
mittens in kid cost about the same
A little oval picture frame which is
really choice conies made all in one
piece of rosewood and would hold a
cabinet size photograph or, prefer
ably, a choice tinted bit of a picture.
The oval gold leaf frames can be
found in the same place.
Charming tinted photographs Uy'
Charles Higgins and David Davidson)
take one back to colonial days with
their quaint doorways and old-fash- j
ioned ladies of Nantucket town. '
A salt and pepper finished in silver
deposit should appeal as a pretty
useful gift. Sterling silver frames of
good size, too. come within the
Any good housewife is pleased with
labor saving devices and no doubt
she would accept, from close friends,
a food grinder which costs just the
extra dollar she may not have had
Tiie debutante who does not own a
corsage or violet pin with that con
venient curve which holds the bulky
stems of flowers so conveniently,
would feel proud in the possession
of a good looking one in sterling sil
ver or filled gold.
If there were anything in the adage
that "pearls are for tears," half of
womankind would now be bathed in
briny dampness, for not to own a
string of pearls of some variety Is to
be without that extra touch for the
completion of the toilet which only
pearls can add. Three strands of
small seed pearls twisted together
show very well for tiie money, or one
string of larger ones of good color
and finish can be chosen. Pearl bar
pins, too, are of never failing useful
ness. The man of the house needs a spe
cial column, but pcrliaps it would
be well to ask him now if he would
scorn a Gem, Jr., safety razor. It
can be bought at present for this
Aluminum cups for going about by
motor or train are offered in sets of
four. This would not be a bad choice
for friends who are to tarvel.
Silk stockings for tho luxurious
come in fairly good quality but not
guaranteed to do hard service at the
price. Three pairs in gauze lisle
would make n seasonable gift.
Your dancing daughter will prob
ably be filled with joy if you buy
her a pair of dainty rhinestone
buckles for her slippers.
Your practical wife will possibly be
filled with joy no less if she is pre
sented with a tin spice box filled
Scarfs of chiffon have so many
uses that a dainty one with a border
for wear on the head in the even
ing or to use for a tunic, when the
wearer will make a 12-inch length
wise slit in the center and put it
over her head which is good quality
for the price, should make a lovely
Candle shades are almost indis
pensable for the modern formal din
ner table. One style can 1k sug
gested for tills sum, though there are
numerous other types these are fluted
French linen ones overlaid with lace.
Candle sticks in etched glass are good
Recently imported Japanese brass
Irays in small size may be just the
article needed for the hall table.
A corsage "nosegay" is the smart
winter touch for the tailored suit and
I . Ill . I Ik " iw
SELECT ANY ARTICLE FROM OUR HABER
and, lie '11 appreciate it.
It you find it here you will know that he will know
that it is correct in taste and quality.
Tie will not stuff it away in his dresser drawer.
He will wear and enjoy if.
Our showing of men's toggery is a collection of
choice, exclusive styles thai are" above the level or
Come in and look as often and as long as -ou like.
We'll he pleased to show you.
Tf you are undecided as to what to give buv one of
our Christmas Certificates and let the recipient
choose his own gift.
A FEW ITEMS
Smoking Jackets, Bath .Robes, Xeckwear, Mufflers,
Shirts, Gloves, Pajamas, Suspenders, Hosiery, 'fie and
Hose Sets, Underwear, Sweaters, Handkerchiefs, Um
brella, Leather Collar Bags, Suit Cases, .Men's and
Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Hats, Shoes and Slippers,
etc., etc., etc.
The Man's Gift Store
of Thousands of Gifts for Men and Boys
the afternoon or evening costume is
incomplete this year without a rose,
an orchid or a gardenia in one of the
perfect artificial ones.
Books fill just the right place for
a certain class of gifts. But those
attractive illustrated travel ones are
not often found within the margin
of a dollar. An appropriate one for
one of tiie present topics of interest
is "Panama." by Forbes; another is
"England and the English, From An
American Point of View," by Price
Collier: "Egypt, and How to See It'
is artistically illustrated. "Travelers
Five" will appeal to young girls.
Suitable humorous books are Mar
garet Mayo's "Baby Mine." "Keeping
Fp with Lizzie," and "Mollie Make
believe," by the author of the more
recent "The Sick-a-Bed Lady." Paul
Wilstaeh's dramatization of "Thais,"
"The Piper" and "Everywoman" in
book form would interest many read
ers. "The Feast of St. Friend," Ar
nold Bennett's latest book, which is
full of good cheer and philosophy,
should make a good Christmas book
"The Fourth Physician" is a holiday
book. too. Little volumes belonging
to a set, hut which singly would
make nice gifts are those on the art
ists. These are illustrated.
The up-to-date housekeeper would
be overwhelmed, perhaps, but inter
ested in the "International Cook
Book." containing thirty-five hundred
recipes by the veteran chef of Dcl
monico's. New York Fillipini.
Stationery for Christinas is a stand
by and well it deserves to be placed
under this head. It Is no trick to
find some within the stipulated price.
but three quires and a half of good
paper and fifty envelopes In linen of
nice quality are not found for that
price every day.
A domestic ivory mirror might be
just the piece needed to complete the
toilet set This can be bought within
tiie dollar. The finger nail buffer in
a little tray of tho same material (do
mestic ivory) is another piece that
one might choose.
One seldom has too many pitchers
about the house. A numler of wares
offer them at this price.
OLD HARQUA HALA TO PRODUCE
O. F. Townsend, U. G. Wilder and
the crowd from the north end, just
returned, bring the welcome news
that the old Haroua Hala mine in
northern Yuma county is to be mad?
tc produce about $500,000 in addition
to the millions already produced, says
tho Yuma Examiner.
Johnny Martin, well known all over
Yuma county, and at one time a
member of the legislature from Yuma
county, together with a group of
associates have taken over the Ilar
ua Hala property and will work over
the tailings of the old mine.
In the first place the ore from the
Id mine was very rich, but it was
v.oiked over by the old cyanide pro
cess, and the averaj? toss in the tail
ings was about $4.00 or $5.00 per tou
while many hundreds of tons of the
tailings run much more than this in
Mr McTtn ai d h's .issni i . 1 1 s nr
I -w insf'ing t-n i;i L'cst n-
"What a pleasure it is to have a stove or range that
(moves right aloug) hakes evenly, don't have to be
constant led and eoaxed. Poor economy to buy a
stove or range that eosts a couple of dollars less but
uses a third more fuel each mouth. Have our men
install a "Buck" now and let your Christmas dinner
take care of itself. Part down, part later will do.
man and hoys'
anide tanks of the most approved
method and within a few weeks will
bo ready to start work over about
400,000 tons of tailings.
The mint itself will not be touched,
ard Mr. Townsend says that the
clean up for the parties interested
si ci'Ul be in the neighborhood of $500