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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING-, APRIL 5, 1912.
ji ! The American people are waking up to the fact that hog lard if
i is often indigestible, and sometimes unhealthful. Jjl
liSto PnHnlpnty c nurp vpo-pfaril nrnrlnrr is fast rftnlaciner llOP lard I llli
The American people are waking up to the fact that hog lard
is often indigestible, and sometimes unhealthful.
Cottolene, a pure, vegetable product, is fast replacing hog lard
for frying and shortening. It makes better, more healthful
food and is more economical. Cottolene is economical
because it goes one-third farther than butter or lard.
Cottolene is packed in air-tight tins, never sold
in bulk, and its purity and freshness are guaranteed.
Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
, "Nature's Gift from the Sunny South9' g
Chester Lawrence, and Harvey Hernck, Transcontinental Pathfinders Talking it Over With Governor Hunt
and Attorney General Bullard at the Capitol Building.
A trikingl- dramatic play from the
virile pen of Cyrus Townsend Bra.ly,
"A Corner in Coffee." was put on
lust night at the Empress wit a Miss
Madison, the leading- lad again on
the "boards, and Ted MacLean as the
star. The play was wrirten for
Tim .Murphy, who has neon starring
in it for -several years an.l has lent
Instead of Liquid
many people arc now using J
Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic j
The new toilet yermieide powder to bt
dissolved in Water as needed.
For all toilet and lrygienic uses it is
better and more economical.
To cleanse and whiten the
teeth, remove tartar and
To disinfect the mouth, de-
stroy disease g-ernis, and
- purify the hreath.
To keep artificial teeth and
hridjrework clean, odorless
To remove nicotine from the teeth and
purifj the breath after smoking-. '
To eradicate perspiration and body I
odors by sponge bathing-.
The best antiseptic wash kriown. ',
Kelieves and strengthens tired, weak,
inllamedeyes. Heals sorethroat, wounds
and cuts. 25 and f0 cts, a box. druggists
or by mail postpaid, bampic Jb rce.
THE PAXTON TOILET CO..BogTON.MAs.
it t Mac Lean, who is a personal
friend, who will star in i. next year.
This is the first time ACorner in
cffce" hits ever been played in
stock and eertainlv Phoenix theater
lovers should appreciate the compli
ment that is being paid 'tjiciti, in its
production here. The KCory tells of
a mining ninn who goes to New
York, falls in love with an ultra
fashionable woman and aiks her to
marry him. Attracted by his -ytrong
personality, she is considering his
proposal tt-hf-n her brother accuses
him of being a fortune hunter. His
ire is aroused and he swears to
match her wealth dollar for dollar,
before accepting an answer. The
scene in which he corners the cof
and shows MacLean to ho one of
the big actors on the stage today.
Adair as a friend of the mining man
is good as he has been in everything
played here. P.runton as the Kng
ishman equalled his Toby in "Out of
th' I'old." Miss Madison and "he
other women vlid very good work and
Increased the admiration already ac
corded the house. -'A Corner in
Coffee" will be repeated tonight, at
the matinee Saturday and Saturdaj
and Sunday evenings.
compulsion. Hem e the impressive
' withdrawals. Since then Texas has
'lost a million probably in taxation
I' on premiums and vast sums in in
vestments have gone elsewhere. In
addition the volume of insurance has
greatly decreased, to tle injuryof
the stnte. The object ieson was
The Texas law has
in a number of other
Iihs , failed consistently
Texas was a beacon
legislative mariners off
states, but it
The fate of
the coam of
ruin. The Robertson law in Texas
will yet be repealed. Tint state can
not stand the pressure of demand
from its own citizens and financial
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
As reported by the Arizona Ab
stract & Title Co.. 134 West
: WALL PAPER AX I) :
: PA rXTS ;
: Dorris-Heynian Fnrni- ;
The usual large audience saw the
bill at tin Coliseum last night and
showed its appreciation of the ex
cellent bill put on this week by
Manager Beeves. The Littel Johns
are doing one of the- best globe roll
ing and juggling acts on the vaude
ville stage today. The Two Joers
have a new singing and talking part
that gets the hand- and Van and
Livingston "do a lot of Dutch eoni
edv. ending with a Scottish dance,
that is tin biggest laugh getter yet.
The photo plays change each night.
The same bill will be repeated tonight
o , .
TEXAS PROVIDES EXAMPLE
ClcaiicSt Place in Town.
Meals First Glass . in
-Give Us a Trial
. 2tiL Washington St.
What Will Happen In Arizona If In
surance Bill Is Passed.
(Prom the Insurance field Mfirch
j Koiir or .five years ago. the Texas
'legislature passed the IJobertson bill
j requiring all life insurance companies
j to invest 75 per cent .of their re
serves on Texas business in securi-
ties within thn state subject to tax
iation. A large body of the oldest
' leading life companies were enni
1 pelled to withdraw at once, bemuse
.. the measure was not only unwise In
itself but contagious. If Texas could .
, do It, other states would' do It. Thei
j idea was idiotically attractive. The!
j state could easily thus levy a definite
amount to be invested there yearly i
j whether financial , conditions were!
good or hid, and the taxes would
mount. Tho life companies were al
rendy investing there freely, but they
could not promise to do so under
Effie M. Arnold to Thomas White,
dred to lots IS, 11. 1:"., block 2. Monte
13. A. Marshall dr.. Adm. to I). I).
Horning, deed to SWV4 section 14
and 13 NWU. N'R'i SW'i and XW'i
SI3U section 17. IX. 113.
Frank 13. State to John Conner and
Ida Welcome, deed to 7 acres in
SWU NE'.i section Ifi, IX. 313.
Santa Vn Par. U. It. Co. to Mar.
E. Leverich. deed to 13 Vd section 10.
R section It and section 20. 3X, 1W
Pedro G. ile Lama and wife to
Hosario de Meza, deed to lot Id, block
IS. Park Addition. Glendiile.
S. I!. V. Townsite Co. to A. W
Bennett, deed to lots S. '.), 10, and
west ir. ft. of lot 7, block 25, Olen
dale. Celestine K. Collins to Oliver S
I3vans, deed to lots 25 and SB, block
Pi. Capitol Addition.
Ken S. Hildreth and wife to W. P
Sears, deed to SWV, X13VJ N'W'i
section 25, 2N, 2E.
13. T. Collings and wife to Henry
II. Braxton, deed to lots S and 'K
block -10. Capitol Addition.
Phoenix Cons. & Sup. Co. lo J. M
Fogle, deed to lots 17 and 27, block
1. Evergreen Heights.
Tucson Man is Leading Fight Against
Confirmation of Sloan.
Associated Press Dispatch
WASHIXGTOX. April -J. Senator
Smith, of Arizona, todav offered in
the senate a protest against the con
firmation of B, 13. Sloan to bp fed
eral judge for Arizona. He asserted
that the confirmation would arouse
indignation in the new ' state. The
piotest will be received by the 'sen
ate in executive session.
Try a Republican, Want . Ad for
WILL SPEAK JO
John A. Fox of San Diego,
Will Tell of the Exposi
tion at 5 o'Clock Today;
Board of Trade Business
A meeting of the board of trade
oirectors was held yesterday after
i oon at 5 o'clock at which -John A.
Fox. representing the Panama Cali
fornia exposition was present and ar
rangements wre made for another
meeting this afternoon at the same
hf.iir in the board of trade room
which it is desired all the business
men of the city who can do so will
attend. Mr. Fox will address them
for half an hour on the subject that
most engages his attention anil be
lieves that if he has the opportunity
he will enl'.st e:ual Interest in the
subject among the Phoenix people.
Iteing a regular weekly meeting
several other matters of importance
were dealt with. A resolution parsed
1 the Denver chamber of commerce
asking for the setting aside of a mil
lion acres of public land for the ben
efit of road building on a plan sim
ilar to that employed in Uiv handling
of school lands, was placed before the
be.ird and its endorsement asked for.
A resolution was also presented
road and adopted by the board asking
the state legislature to continue the
-rk on the state mads until a com
plete highway systenf is provided
throughout the state. Copies were
ordered sent to the projH'r officials.
The board decided to cooperate
v ith G. P. Pullard in the matter of
.i desert run a committee of the board
i lieving M Mullard of the details
i tiie work.
The secretarv retried tli visit of
(.luster lawrcnce en route to the
list mapping the Ocean to Ocean
n ute. calling attention to th-- prom
finnee Phoenix secures In theae trans
continental triD.s and what mav be
vt.ected when the highways areconi
l !. ted.
The secretarv was instructed to
si i,d out notices of a special meeting
for Thursdav of next week when the
e:iestion of sending a representative
ti Washington. D. C. to represent all
Arizona commercial bodies will b
c p-idered. Plans for the annual
n.eeting and the dinner of the lwaril
.ill also b completely outlined.
The committee on advertising was
uthorized to gi ahead in prepara
tion of a ouantity of printed matter
to carrj the institution over well into
the n-xt board of trade vear which
begins approvimatelv May 1.
IDLE COAL WORKERS
RESORT TO DYNAMITE
Attempts Made to Destroy Engineer's
Home Small Section of Rail
road Track Blown Up.
Associated Press Dispatch
PHI LA DKLPHIA. Anril 4. Active
recruiting for members among 1110
unemployed .miner- by the organizers
of the United Mine Workers of Am
erica and announcement by the Head
ing railroad that workers in the shops
will le put on short time during the
mine suspension, were today's devel
opments in 'the anthracite situation.
The Delaware. Iackawana and West
ern rai'road today laid off all except
U ur of the 24 coal crews employed in
the Soranton vards.
Leaders of the miners condemn the
attempt made fit Trevortou to dyna
mite the homy of Andrew Williams,
engineer at a small eollierv. and the
blowing ui) of a small section of the
Heading track there.
GOVERNOR IS DEAD.
Associated Press Dispatch
IJinMIXGHAM. April 4. I3x-Gov-ernor
C. IJ. Aycock of Xorth Caro
lina, dropped dead in a theater to
night whwile addressing tlju. Alabama
Kdnc.-ttlonal association. He was ;"".
Try a Republican Want Ad for
MISS JOSEPHINE NICOLL
The critical Illness of Miss Nlcoll,
daughter of De Lancey Nlcoll, the fa
mous New York counsel, halted the
trial of John E. Parsons and Washing
ton B. Thomas, Indicted sugar trust
officials. - - . '
OF LOCAL INTEREST
PROMINENT GUESTS. Pominent
guests at the Commercial hotel last
evening: included J. W. Hunt. 'Of BIs
hee; W. 13. Keegan, of Globe; Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard George, of Chand
ler; D. F. Wallace, jr., of P.isbee; and
John Smart, of Yuma.
TO SEE THE WHEELS Miss Gcr
trade Hush and Miss Harriet Brown,
of Ternpe, each actively interested in
I he cause of suffrage came over from
the south side yesterday on purpose
to attend the session of the legisla
ture at which the fate of the suf
frage bill was decided.
WATER GAIN The water gain at
the Roosevelt reservoir continues to
hold its own over Inst year at a cor
responding date. Yesterday there was
571,447 acre feet impounded as against
:"fi4,0r.S acre feet on April 4, 1911. The
gain for the preceding twenty-four
hours was 5,543 -,cre feet.
MEETING THIS AFTERNOON
There will be a meeting at the board
of trade this afternoon at 5 o'clock
which it is hoped all the business
men of the city who can do so will
attend. John A. Fox Jr.. representing
the .San Diego exposition will be
present and for a half hour will pre
sent the merits of the big Panama
California show and demonstrate why
all Arizona should take special inter
est in it.
DIVORCE GRANTED. Henry 0.
Kckre, former agent of the Singer
Sewing Machine company, was yes
terday grnute a divorce from Petra
Kckre. The complaint alleged cruel
ty. Mr. Kekre has constructed sev
eral houses since coming here and
one of them on east McICinley street
which he fitted up for the family
home he has deeded to his former
wife As the other houses have been
sold he proposes to start life over
from the beginning.
A BIGGER FIRM II. M. Mans
widely known as a Preseott business
man and an undertaker has cast his
lot with Phoenix, luiving associated
himself with the firm of Mohn ft
Driscoli to the known now as Mohn.
Driscoll Mans. One cannot wish
an undertaker any too vigorous
growth in business without double
crossing himself but if ieople will
continue to need undertakers Mr.
Maus wi'l be entitled to his shar?
of the business.
WOOD SET RIGHT An afternoon
paper said that Senator Wood o,
MaricoiNi in committee of the whole
yesterdav moved the indefinite post
ponement of the so-called barber bill.
There is i-o barler bill before the
senate and the senator made no mo
tion to indefinitely iostpone any
thing. What was probably referred
to was senate bill .15 providing for
a mandatory rest day one day in
every seven which was recommended
for Indefinite postponement on the
motion of President Cunniff.
SUPREME COURT In the ease of
P. P. Parker, justice of the peace and
the CIcndalc state bank, appellants
s Hen Fchida, appellee, the appeal
was esterday reinstated on the cal
endar, the appellee given ten days to
file brief and appellant five days t-
reply and after fifteen days if there
i.s no oral argument requested the
cause will stand as submitted. In the
matter of application for writ of
mandamus by Will 13. Ryan vs. nis
bee Improvement Co.. the application
was denied without prejudice.
GOLDEN LEAVES W. A. Golden,
retiring assistant iwstmaster of the
Phoenix office left last evening for
Denver from which office he will
serve as inspector. Mrs. Golden will
remain in Phoenix for the time be
ing. Prior to Golden's departure an
informal dinner was, given In his
honor by Postmnstcr McClintock. Re
gret was expressed at the retirement
of the popular official from the local
work and appreciation of the cordial
relations which liave existed during
his incumbency. The new assistant,
Krnest Anderson, took over the duties
of the- office yesterday when other
i hanges also became effective.
A Pre-Convention Action in Criticism
of the State Legislature.
AVhereas, by a recent act of the
Arizona state legislature now in ses
sion the state legislature showed it
self allied with the liquor traffic to
the sluimc and disgrace of many of
our best citizens, and
Whereas,- Governor George W. P.
Hunt promptly vetoed the. so-called
"emergency" measure, and
Whereas, the state legislature re
affirmed its position by carrying the
measure over Governor Hunt's veto,
Resolved, That the Arizona Bap
tist ministers in conference condemn
such action and extend to Governor
Hunt and those senators who voted
with him, their hearty commendvition
for their firm .stand and hereby
pledge our interest and support on
all such occasions.
H. 13. MARSHALL, Secretary.
The above resolution was passed
yesterday by the Baptist ministers
of the state In round table confer
ence for the discussion ot various
things, previous to the convening of
the annual state convention today.
A meeting wms held last night in
the Baptist church which was ad
dressed by 13. A. Woody of Port
land. Oregon,- and D. C. Williams of
Globe. The convention will begin its
deliberations this morning at 9
o'clock when Mayor Christy will de
liver an address of welcome. The
convention will continue over next
The question to be settled by the
voters, in practical fashion, is whether
the party, shall completely reverse its
political policy on tho eve of a pres
idential election Boston Advertiser.
Tuhcrclecide was disco vorod after 27
years search by Dr. 0. V. Ayeoek, while ho
was practicing medicine in Oklahoma and who
is now located in Los Angeles. California, as
president of the Tiiberclecide" Company, with
offices at 701-702 International Bank Bldg.,
where Tuhcrclecide is scientifically com
pounded. The Tiiberclecide Company of Arizona
last year was selling the Tiiberclecide put up
by Dr. Aycock. and which has made such
miraculous cures in Arizona and elsewhere,
lint they are no longer selling this Tiibercle
cide, but an article of their own manufacture
The Medical Journal of Chicago states
that Tiiberclecide is composed of Creosote and
Olive Oil, or some other bland oil (which is
false), and that it is injurious to one's stom
ach and would cost about 10 cents for a
2-ounce bottle. Many people have seen this
statement, and some have discontinued the
genuine Tiiberclecide and have taken up the
supposed formula of this medical journal
with injurious and detrimental results, finally
returning to the genuine Tiiberclecide.
Do you know why the Tiiberclecide Com
pany of Arizona advertises to sell its product
at. whatever price a patient can afford to pay?
We. the sole manufacturers of Tiibercle
cide, will give $1000 to anyone who correctly
states how Tiiberclecide is made, and what it
is made of.
Anyone suffering with Tuberculosis
should write the Tiiberclecide Company, Los
Angeles. California, for booklet, and" testi
monials, price, etc.
Cheap fares from all eastern points .to The Salt. River
Valley March 1st to April ir.th inclusive. Fares from a
Washington. D. C 5-10.21
Gainsville. Ga -iO.OO
Charleston, S. C .- ".90
Kvansville, Ind 34.50
Indianapolis. Ind 35.35
Des Moines, la 27.S5
Adrian, Mich 37.85
Battle Creek. Mich 3C.28
Kansas City, Mo 25.00
Btif la lo, 42.50
Pittsburg. Pa 42.00
Philadelphia, Pa 49.73-
Lynchburg. Va 49.81
Chicago. Ill 3X00
Louisville, Ky 37.20
Lexington, Ky. 37.G0
Ashland, Ky 40.40
Detroit. Mich 38.50
St. Paul, Minn 31.75
St. Louis. Mo 32.00
Cincinnati, 0 37.C0
Boston, Mass 52.15
New York 50.00
The Southern Pacific Sunset Route
operates through tourist sleepers from Washington. Cin
cinnati. L-.uisville, Chicaso. New Orleans, St. Louis to
Marieopa. No change of enrs. Oil burniiuT locomotives.
Protected all the way by block signals. Very cheap fares
from other points. For further details
THE FORD HOTEL
THE LOGICAL PLACE
ONCE TRIED ALWAYS
R Ob H
The car that has revolutionized
the automobile industry.
R. C. H. MOTOR CO.
345-347 East Washington Street
Telephons Bond Net Better
Than 7 Per Cent On Their Prei
nt Cost, Betides Liberal Bonui.
Bennett Lumber Co.
2nd Ave & Jackson St.
Main 72. Overland 1211
35 Cts. Each.
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