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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1912.
Goodwin Opera House
Tuesda3r, April 9th.
Arizona Amusement Co. presents The Littlejohns,
famous Scotch jugglers; Miss Isabel Stonehouse,
vocalist; The Two Joers, Dutch comedy sketch art
ists; Mr. Harry Wright, in illustrated songs.
Pour Big Up-to-Date Motion Pictures.
IfArizona Amusement Company Pre
sents Its First Offering
in This City
The Arizona Amusement company
,-nvlll make its first appearance of the
season tonight at the Goodwin opera
liouse. The company has engaged the
Cbullding for the summer and will show
ifln Tmpe each Tuesday night. Man
ager Goodwin expects to use the air
' dome as soon as the weather outside
-b9cmes comfortable. This company
L ,5s new in Arizona, but despite that
Jttfuct. intends to make a good name
ftr Itself. It will fill a night each
, week in Tempe, Mesa, Florence, Ray
. mnrl Til. An. IX-
WHAT HAS BECOME OF IT?
: . Tempe people are beginning to won-
der what has become of the Arizona
,'automobile line that was to operate
' "between Mesa and Phoenix through
" Tempe. Preparations were made early
flast month to start the route the first
-'day of April, but since then A. M.
flHarmer, the local ticket agent, has
not beard a word from them. Mr.
"''Harmer still retains a large number
of tickets that were given him at the
instead of Liquid
Antiseptics or Peroxide j
many people are now using
Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic
The new toilet germicide powder to be
dissolved in -water as needed.
For all toilet and hygienic uses it is
1 11,. ..m i Ann rm?flV
fJCLLcr dUU UJUtc Lv.vj.iw .....
To cleanse and -whiten the
f . teeth, remove tartar and
To disinfect the mouth, de
stroy disease germs, and
purify the breath.
To keep artificial teeth and
, "To remove nicotine from the teeth and
purify the breath after smoking.
To eradicate perspiration and body
odors by sponge bathing.
The best antiseptic -wash known.
.Relieves and strengthens tired, weak,
iuflamedeyes. lleals sorethroat,wotinds
-' and cuts. 25 and 50 els. a box, druggists
v or by mail postpaid. Sample Free.
, "THE PAXTON TOILET CO..Boston.Mass.
AUTO REPAIR WORK GUAR
ANTEED Shop in Tempe and shop 25 N.
Second St.t Phoenix.
J. A. AHLQUIST & CO.
IN TEMPE, ARIZONA.
Write to W. J. KINGSBURY. $
M. Eliingson & Sons
Dealers in Hay and Grain,
Seed Grain, Seed Oats,
Feed Oats, Rolled Barley,
'Alfalfa Seed, Grain Bags,
The Best Irrigated Land
Is at Mesa
All served by Reservoir or Pumping Water.
$50 to $500 per Acre, according to
Improvements and Location
Wilbur Realty Company
SOUTH SIDE NEWS
Wednesday, April 10th.
and 25 Cents.
time, but if the autos do not run they
are liable to be of little value. The
supposition is that the autos were de
layed at the factory thereby not ar
riving here at the scheduled time.
EASTER DINNER PARTY
Mrs. Elling Olsen last Sunday gave
an Easter dinner party to a large
number of friends in honor of Mr. Ol
sen's birthday. Toward the close of
the dinner an immense cake bearing;
fifty lighted candles was presented to
Mr. Olsen. There were between forty
and fifty guests present, but a part
of the cake was left, it being so large
they were unable to eat it all. Among
the invited guests were. Mr. and Mrs.
Xiels Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ahlrhiist,
I Mr. and Mrs. A. Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs.
Ludwig Sedig, Mr. and Mrs. Truels
Bertelson, Mr. and Mrs. Iiurids Lar
sen, from Tempe: and the following
from Phoenix: Mr. and Mrs. H. Her
lick, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Olsen, Mrs. H. Boline.
Miss Helen Boline, Mrs. Charles
Swensen and twodaughters.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take LAXATIVE BKOMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund monej- if it
fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa
ture is on each box. 25c
A party consisting of about six
Danes spent Sunday picnicking at the
hieroglyphic springs, southwest of
The town will get a run of water
today between the hours of a. m.
and 6 p. in.
The convict ball team was again
defeated Sunday afternoon, at the
hands of a picked Mexican team from
town. It was nobody's game, though.
until the last inning. The score stood ;
within one or two tallies of each
other during the whole game and
ended 8 to 7. Several new players
made their appearance on .the convict
nine owing to so many being liberated
from the stockade of late. There are
not over three members of the team
playing now that helped to organize
it last summer. But despite this
feature they have kept up the team
The Knights of Pythias will meet
tonight. Work in the rank of Knight
will be a feature of the evening. Ihe
uniform rank will meet Thursday
night. As large an attendance aa
possible is requested on both of these
CAS A LOMA GUESTS
Thosn recistered at the Casa Loma
yesterday and Sunday evening were
as follows: E. Lorimer, Los Angeles;
H. A. Buerger, San Diego; 11.
Tinrrrmnn u. S. R. S.. Phoenix; John
Graham, Phoenix: L. R. Mason, Phoe
nix; O. O. Hadlock. Phoenix; it.
Fran.. Florence; L. A. Ward, Vallejo.
r. Tt Finch had the misfortune Sat
urday night to have one of his livery
imr9 hndiv hurt. A party renteu 11
to go to the Yaqui dance, but in some
.o- out nff thr road, a short time
after reaching the desert, and ran into
a barbed wire fence, xne norse was
going so fast that when it struck
the fence the driver and occupants
nf vi nnnvuvaiiM nroceeded to go a
short distance farther, landing on top
of the horse. Upon extricating 11. j
nurrfber of bad cuts were found, but
it is thought they will all heal up
without any permanent harm to the
n nr two other accidents
happened the same evening but noth
ing serious resulted.
INVITATION TO ALL
A cordial invitation is extended to
all the ladies of Tempe to hear Mrs.
Bransford's address at the M. L.
church. South, tomorrow afternoon,
April 10. at 3 o'clock. Her subject
will be "Woman's "vxork.'"
GOVERNMENT LAND IS
NEARLY ALL TAKEN
But Plan is on Foot to Open New
Tract if . Loans Can Be ,
According to S. E. Burrows, -who
filed on a piece of government land
south and east of Mesa yesterday
forenoon, thero is not another desir
able tract within fifteen miles of this
place free to entry. .Mr. Burrows went
down to Phoenix with the intention of
entering a quarter of section 35, town
ship 1 north, range C east, but he
found that it had been entered Sat
urday. Mrs. Crawford also journeyed
to Phoenix yesterday to appear at the
land office where she hoped to get a
location close in but she was com
pelled to go six or eight miles south
and .apt o Higley and in order to
even .et that location was compelled
to wait in line for several hours, so
eage w-re the numerous prospective
o'Aii-rs of governmnt land to secure
There are two or three reasons for
t!iejre3i-iit unexceeded rush for home
stead lands. The most Important 'of
which is perhaps the disposition of
the prcitnt legislature to work out
some community plan whereby the
landowr"i3 may bond their lands for
the improing of their holdings. Then
again there is the ever increasing de
sin or individuals to find land u
which Uv may acquire title before
tli nothing doing" sign is fim-.iU-:iung
up by the land offices through
out the l.inUd States. However, ;N;
important reason for the rush for Vnf
i;, limil" i3 found in the propos'.-'.iri
which- is at present on foot in that
section to ure a loan on land for
tre improvement of the holdings. .
m etiug was held Friday afternoon at
which the ior.n propositv.n was ill.
For rheumatism you will find noth
ing better than Chamberlain's Lini
ment. Try it and see how quickly
it gives relief. For pale by all drug
W. C. T. U. MEETING
There will be a meeting of the V.
C. T. U. Tuesday afternoon commenc
ing at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. L. W.
Stilwell. The subject up for discus
sion will be "Sabbath Observance." It
Is also planned to discuss the trip to
Phoenix Saturday of this week when
a visit will be paid to the Crittenton
WILL ENGAGE IN BUSINESS
V. V. LeSueur of the northern part
of the state. Is disposing of his inter
ests and it is understood .is coming
to Mesa for th& purpose ,of Ideating
John A. Gaut was over yesterday.
Mr. Gaut is making quite .1 success
as an auto salesman.
Frank O'Bar and wife arc rejoicing
over their first born, a son, which ar
rived at midnight Sunday.
-vfoon T.itomrv society had Its
regular meeting last night. The con
:,., .inr. oni hv.inws. after a thor
ough discussion, were adopted. Three
new applications were auuea w us
list of ten original members, and the
interest in the movement is so 'great
that the present membership will
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Many people think
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probably bo doubled within a week or
two. a series of programs covering
the next ton -of the weekly meetings
was gone over, at the end of which
tlmo the society will adjourn for the
Miss Grace Ferguson of Phoenix,
spent Sunday Avith her sister, Julia,
who has been so seriously ill recently.
Miss Julia Ferguson made her first
venture outdoors Sunday by talcing
an auto ride, and it is expected that
she will be able to go to her home in
Phoenix during the present week.
Charles Sabin, who runs an auto
livery in Mesa is again on the streets
with Ills car. A broken axle caused
him a week's retirement from busi
ness. Mr. and Mrs. David Harowitz spent
Sunday in Phoenix.
Miss Jeanette Stewart, Miss Verle
Beaver. W. A. Taylor and H. E.
Walker drove up to Granite Reef yes
terday. Tiie ladles of St. Mark's mission
will give their Easter breakfast this
morning in the IC of P. hall at 11
o'clock. The breakfast will be served
Mrs. John Nelson's baby has so far
recovered that she will leave today for
Prescott to visit with her sister before
leaving for the mountains where she
will join her husband.
TEMPE VIEW OF IT
Chas. T. Jennings Writes of Protest
in Tucson Track Meet
Sporting Editor The Republican
In your issue of Friday, April 5th we
beg a reconsideration concerning the
track meet at Tucson. You hint at
the ineligibility of Dines and Craig
without knowing the facts, while in
reality the whole situation was ex
plained to thoj'e in authority before
the meet, and they were allowed to
We have never claimed that Dines
did not graduate, neither have we
claimed that Craig entered school be
fore January 1st, but what we did
claim was justice and that's what
I have nothing to say against your
athletes praiij is due them but
Tempe High students deserve praise
also, for since losing their best ath
lete, Joe Cosner, they went in with a
vim and determination- that won.
Should you - reproach theru for this?
Again would you sanction the en
tries of Corpstein and Swiggett in
the track meet at Phoenix on Feb
ruary 3d, when they had been in
school only a few days, and then in
less than two months disapprove the
entries from another school because
you are afraid of them? Why not
play fair always and you will always
be treated" fair.
4 Very truly,
;CHAS. T. JENNINGS.
The Renublican has no desire or in
tention of engaging in a discussion of
the merits of this case, and certainly
would not belittle the efforts of the
Tempe team at the Tucson meet. The
nrovince of this department is to print
the sporting news of the world at
large and of the community. As a
matter of information' it was stated
that the Tucson meet is protested,
and upon what grounds. There the
rsnonsihilitv of The Republican ends.
The matter is now in the hands of
iiin oommittce and a decision is ex
pected soon. :(Sporting Editor Re
GOV. WILSON IN SYRACUSE
SYRACUSE. X. Y.. April S. Gov.
Woodrow Wilson of Xew Jersey will
be flic principal speaker tonight at
tlio nnntuxl bannuct of the Syra
cuse chamber of commerce. While
the affair is not of a political nature,
it is believed that Gov. Wilson will
refer to some of the Issues now be
fore the country and express his
ART STUDENTS FROLIC
XEW YORK, April S. Gay didoes
such as the Bohemians of the Quar
tler Latin in Paris neyer dreamed
of will mark- the annual frolic of
Art Students' league of New
York, which begins today and will
extend through one hilarious wock.
Although admittedly the frolic will
be a frivolous affair, it has as its
serious purpose the raising of money
to assist needy students.
Washington, 0; Broooklyn, 7.
Ktinsasj City, 4; ,Pittsurg, 10.
Louisville, C: Cleveland, 4.
Xew York Xatio'nals, 7: Xewark, 0.
Toledo, 4: Xew York Americans, C.
Cincinnati, 10; Detroit, 0.
Indianapolis, 3; Chicago Xationals,
Associated Press Dispatch
ST. LOUIS, April 8. "Brooklyn"
Tommy Sullivan won the popular de
cision over Tommy Dixon of Kansas
City, jn an eight-round bout tonight.
YOUNG IS CANDIDATE
Associated Press Dispatch
DES MOIXES, April 8. Formal
announcement was made today of the
candidacy of La Fayette Young, for
the United States senate to suc
ceed Senator W. S. Kenyon.
WASHINGTON, April 8. (Special)
Senator iSmlth appointed Benjamin
Franklin Bniingsley a cadet to West
Preliminaries Were Disposed of at
a Meeting Held Last
The avlmirers of Woodrow Wilson
to the number of half a liudred as
sembled last night in the office of
Attorney Lysander Cassidy and form
ed a temporary organizatioa which
on Thursday nfght will be perfected
Into a oermaent Wilson club at a
meeting to be held in the courthouse.
Frank DeSouza was named for
temporary chairman and Lysander
Cassidy for temporary secretary at
last! nighl'3 'meeting, which was a
very enthusiastic one. Several speech
es were made, the orators including
President Cunniff of the state senate.
Judge A. C. Baker, Lysander Cassidy
and A. S. Hawkins.
On Thursday night it is planned to
get out all the Wilson strength if
possible and if that Is done the
courthouse will be the scene of a
lively meeting for there are now
about 150 names on the preliminary
club roll. It is planned to make the
Phoenix club a state organization
with a member of the board of di
rectors from each county, whose duty
it will be to keep the banner fly
ing on his reservation until the war
INSTITUTE WORK FOR
THE SUNDAY SCHOOLS
Addresses and Discussions for Today
The Sunday school institute offers an
attractive program for Sunday school
workers todav and tomorrow and it
is earnestly desired that all the teach
ers in the Phoenix schools will en
deavor to be in attendance. Rev. W.
C. vMerritt, field secretary for the
Internationa! Sundav school associa
tion is here and devoting his best en
ergies to the success of the Institute
which is to be held in the Central
Methodst church. South.
This afternoon at 3:30 Mr. Merritt
will speak on '"Organized Work in
Arizona." his address being followed
by a round table discussion of "A
Teacher Training Campaign."
Tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 there
will be a round tabte discussion of
"Departmental Work" and in the
evening at 7:45 he will lecture on
"The Citv and the Child."
Make a Republican Want Ad do
the work for you a "lfve 'wire"
salesman on the job 24 hours a day.
POLICE CLAMP ON LID
TIGHTER THAN BEFORE
Two Arrests Last Night For Gam
bling Moore Says He is Strong
, For Upholding Law.
The lid is on. Gambling must go.
Of course theoretically gambling
has already gone, hut practically it
is now and then possible to find here
and there tucked (juietly away a lit
tle game not too difficult to enter.
As the first sten in the moral up
lift and regeneration Officer Hosmer,
In plain clothes and acting under
orders from the chief, last evening
arrested George W. Sylvester and F.
Parkan on a charge of gambling.
Both men were released on $50 bail.
The chief says Sylvester, who is a
traveling man, complained to him
1 Carlton Hotel$
Telegraph Ave. at Durant'Street
$ BERKELEY v $
$ Right at the main gateway of $
fc the University and in the social jg
center of the town. Where one j
2 can have all the comforts of a first- v
class hotel with beautiful surround-
$ ings at the nominal cost of $40 J
$ a month. Special rates to families S
and permanents. Only 35 minutes g
from San Francisco.
$ MRS. H. R. BOWIE, Prop. j
The Homebullders Lumber Co...'
has secured an option on 5,000,-...
000 ft. o standard timber - at
less than $2.00 per M. And to
enable them to raise money to
pay for this they will sacrifice
1,000,000 ft. of their own timber
manufactured into all grades"of ,
lumber from common to ch?ar
at $10.00 per M, at mills, or
$17.50 at Phoenix. To secure
these prices you must put up a
deposit of 10' of the amount .'
you desire to contract for with
W. K. ROSS
Healthful Hospitality ,
Elbert Hubbard has denned true hos
pitality as "the gentle art of making
folks, feel good," and the shortest road
to a man's heart being through his stom
achhe argues that hospitality consists
largely in providing palatable, whole
some, digestible, well-cooked food. To
this end, the shortening medium used
plays no small part. Cottolene makes
food that accords with all the principles
of hospitality. It makes things crisp,
short and palatable, and wholesome apd
nourishing as well. Food cooked with
Cottolene makes you feel good and
makes you keep on feeling good. '
several days ago that he had been
"cleaned out" by Parkan, that he
had lost a large sum which he had
expected to use for expense money
while on the road, and that his watch
and ring had gone the way of the
money; that ho was in fact, seriously
"up against it."
The'Sirrests of last evening created
a sensation and there is much inter
est among the wise ones as to just
how far the police are going in the
reform wave. The chief says gam
bling must stop, and that this being
the case he proposes to stop it,
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OF WOMAN'S CLUB
An Automobile Accident With Quite
GLENDALE, April 8. The Woman's
club wishes to call the attention of all
its members to the fact that the next
regular meeting is to be held as
scheduled, Wednesday, April 10, and
that it Is the annual business meeting
and election of officers. All the mem
bers are requested to make a special
effort to be present at this meeting as
many things of importance will be
brought up and discussed. The liter
ary program will be held over till the
next regular meeting so that nothing
will interfere with the business in
Sam Neis and Charley Gillette's
brother-in-law, met with a serious ac
cident while returning from Phoenix
last evening. They were spinning
along Grand avenue toward Glendale
and all was going well until the state
experiment station was reached. When
the machine was about to cross the
culvert over the lateral it suddenly
skidded and turned turtle throwing
the occupants out and laying the ma
chine up for repairs. Mr. Neis fell
away from the machine and was not
seriously hurt but his companion suf
fered seriously from a nervous shock
and some very bad bruises. Dr. Hill
was called and took the injured- man
to his office' and after sereval hours'
work brought him around so that he
was able to be taken home but still
in a critical condition.
Saturday evening Mr. B. F. Carper
of Long Beach, Cal., was in town look
ing for ranch property. Mr. Carper
formerly owned a large alfalfa ranch
at Peoria and was one of the most
successful alfalfa ranchers in the val
ley. But like a great many of the
people that come here he thought
that there were places where a living
could be made easier than here, so he
sold out and went to California. But
now he is here again and he says to
stay this time. He is willing to admit
"Once an Arizonan always an Ari
zonan." Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Hill spent Easter
with the doctor's sister, Mrs. Barry of
You will look a good while before
you find a better medicine for coughs
and colds than Chamberlain's Cough
Kemedy. It not only gives relief
it cures. Try it when you have a
cough or cold, and you are certain
to bo pleased with the prompt cure
which it will effect. For sale by all
Tom's French Kitchen
The best the market
11 West Washington St.
GLENDALE REAL ESTATE
SMALL FARMS, from five acres
up, improved and unimproved, for
sale on easy terms.
A. W. BENNETT
Office In Hotel Gienwood.
GLENDALE REAL ESTATE
Farm Loans and Insurance.
THE SMOKE BOUSE
ED SHAW, Proprietor.
319 W. Washington St.
Phone: Overland 1288.
Rooms Modern, with private
bath. Single or en suite.
COLLINGS VEHICLE AND
' HARNESS CO.
Next to Hotel Adams.
WHEN YOU HAVE ANY
DONE. SEE THAT THIS
is on it, or that it is done
by one of the firms below, whb
are entitled to use it-
ARIZONA STATE PRESS.
SOUTH W'STRN STOCKMAN
218 W. Washington St.
TEAS AND COFFEES
" DRY GOODS
Call and see the Racycle, the best
wheel made. I carry a large line
of Racycles, Bicycles and Bicycle
Supplies. Repairing quickly done.
THE BICYCLE MAN
25-27 East Adams.
THE RACYCLE STORE.
Herxberg Bros., Props.
212 E. Washington
EDWARD EISELE, Proprietor.
Wholesale. Retail. The Genuine
(In Wrappers Only.)
7 West Washington St, Phoenix
Overland 234 Con. Main 89
Fresh fruits and vegetables re
ceived every morning. Your phone
orders will receive attention.
Main 3230 E. Wash. Ovid. 714
TOM & SING'S
Regulair Meals, 35 Cent
Short Orders All Nigh
SC N. Ginter St, Phoenix Arhi.
GARDEN l-'TY RESTAURANT
Regular Meals 25c
Short Orders at All Honw
Charlie Loo Chuck, Mgr.
22-24 East Washington Si
Easterhng & Whitney
213 W. Washington St.
Geo. Hageman Co.
Corner Second and Adams Sts.
Frank Con nellefs Place
Haig &. Haig Scotch Whiskey