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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING-, APRIL 14, 1912.
NORMAL LOSES BY
A -SINGLE POINT
University Wins a Closely Contested
Game on Normal Grounds
! 13. McGhee, minister.
-. All that was anticipated of the ball i Congregational Church The Uev. O.
game Friday, between the Xorinal nndjA. Henderson, pastor of the Prcsby
Uidversity of Arizona, happened, and terian church at I'lorence. will i)reach
But they- played their best all the way
through and no blame is attached to
anyone for losing it by the close score
of two to one. The first man up for
the U. or A. got a two-base hit and
soon after reached home with another
man close behind him. It looked rath
er bad for the Normal, but no more
runs were allowed the visitors during
tlie whole game.
After one round of batting by the
Normal they became more accus
tomed to the unusual speed of Hal
bert and were able to touch tho ball
once in a while at least. In the
seventh inning the bases were filled
and with but one out. the score stand
ing two to one. But as luck would
have it. the next two men up struck'
out. Again in the ninth things be
gan to favor the Normal. J. Spikes,
the second man up, reached first
safely. The next batter got a hit
over third advancing Spikes to sec
ond. But Spikes was caught napping
off second making two outs and with
one man on first. He reached second
safely but the game was off soon
after when the batter fanned.
The University played a good game
all the time, both at the bat and in
tlie fiem. They also secured two men
on bases several times but the same,
thing happened to them as did the!
Normal. As can- be seen from the
tabulated score which follows, seven j
men were left on bases by each team, j
Halbert showed up exceptionally fine t
in holding his onnonents down, when I
the grandstand and even the Playersl1jCJ)lluijcan wjh i,e obtained under any
were making all the noise they could
Neither team went up in the air. mak
ing the whole same exciting and in
teresting. A tabulated score which follows is
taken from the official score book.
which there has been some compl;
Normal. A.I3. B. II.
Petersen, ss.. .. A 0 0
Spikes. A., lb 3 1 1
McComb, cf.. 0-
Corbcll, 3b ' -I 0
Spikes. J., p A 0 . 0
Dean, c 1 1
Grirfen. 1U rf.. A 0 1
Flannigan. '2b...: A u 1
Griffin. F- If ,n .
34 L 4
-Tucson. A.i:.-. It. H.
Biggs. 3b 4 1. 1
Vllliams. - " 0 0
Mullen. If 2 1 1
Delink, cf ...... 4 0 1
Hurley, c b " 1
Mcintosh, 1 !.... '4- 0 0
Flip, rf 4 0 0
Campbell. 2b.. -. 4 0 0
Halbert. p 1 0 0
( ..33 4 i
Summary Struck "out "by Halbert.
14: by Spikes. 10: walked by Halbert.
1; by Spikes. 3. Left on bases. Uni
versity, 7: NorinaL 7. Passed ball.
Dean. .1: stolen basfc. Griff en, H. Two
base hit. Biggs. Umpire. Ed. Can.
Time of game, one hour and thirty
AUTO REPAIR WORK GUAR
ANTEED Phop in Tempo and shop 25 N.
Second St., Phoenix.
J. A. AHLQUIST & CO.
IN TEMPE, ARIZONA.
Writ to W. J. KINGSBURY.
li. Klingson & Sonsiffl"gss!
Dealers in Hay and Grain,
Seed Grain, Seed Oats,
Feed Oats, Rolled Barley,
'Alfalfa Seed, Grain Bags,
The Best Irrigated Land
Is at Mesa -
AU served by Reservoir or Pumping Water
V $5U to S5UU per
Wilbur Realty Company
SOUTH SIDE NEWS
WHERE TO WORSHIP TODAY
Hnptlst Church Kev. V. II Smith
I of Phoenix, will spenn -it both morn
ing and evening services.
Christian Ohureii Setvlci.s for
Lord's day.-Sunday, April fourteenth.
Uiblo school, 10 a. in. Oiu; hundred
and fifty expected he on time.
Preaching at 11 a. in. Subject. "All
Fowl of Every Wing." Christian
Endeavor at C:30 p. m. All expected
to be on time. Preaching 7:30 p. in.
I Subject. "The Crisi.- of the Ages of
I the Battle of Annangcddou." Mem
bers are expected. Strangers and
friends are, invited. All welcome. X.
morning. Sunday school, 10 a. m.;
preaching at 11: Christian Endeavor
at 7 p. in.
Methodist Episcopal Church. North.
Wilbur Fisk, pastor. Sunday school,
10 a. in. Pror. 13. IT. Scudder, super
intendent. Preaching at 11 p. m. and
S p. m. Epworth league at 7 p. m.
Miss Emma B. French, president.
Prayer meeting Wednesday. 7:30 p. m.
Prayer circle at Mrs. 1. G. Hanna's
residence two miles south of town,
AVedncsday. The growing interest In
the church work and the greatly in
creased attendance at the Sunday
services is very gratifying to the
workers. A cordial ' Invitation is ex
tended to the public to attend and
assist in the services.
Methodist Episcopal Church, South.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Epworth
league at G:45 p. m. Preach Ins serv
ices at 11 a. in. All are cordially in
voted to hear these special sermons
for young people. In the morning the.
pastor will speak on the subject.
"Man's Thirsting After God." At
night the theme is "Sin's Self Discov
ery." Special music at the evening
service. Rev. F. W. Gorman will sing
"Saved bv Grace." Come early and
bring your friends.
PAPER FILES TAKEN
ji l. Spear, librarian at the free
rea,jn; roolll, reports that somebody
mH(c away with a complete file of
tm.s paper from that place Friday
niht. Although it proves that The
circumstances. Mr. Spear requests that
the miscreant kindly ask him about it
tirst. There have been a number of
files missed from the reading room
lately, making it very annoying for
the ones in charge to keep tilings in
A very costly concrete gate has re
cently been installed in the Wormsey
canal to serve those water users In
tin- Herinosa tract south of town.
George Mlntz, of Phoenix, was u
Tcmpe visitor yesterday. Tor the pur
pose of attending the. funeral of
Chris Jacobscn. ,
An informal dance was given Fri
day at tlie Casa Loma in honor of the
visiting ball team from Tucson. Th
preliminaries were arranged for by a
l number of the Tempo young ladies
who were personally acquainted with
members of the team. Dancing was
indulged in until a late hour. Several
members of the Normal faculty also
played an important part in the car
rying out of the entertainment.
CORRECTION OF MISTAKE
An error was made in yesterday's
paper in which it was stated that
Tempe was playing Plibenix High for
last place in the league. This is in
correct in that whether or not Tempe
wins, thev will have a higher stand
lug than that of their neighbors from
the north side. Mesa High, the tail-
'enders, have dropped out thereby for
! feiting all their games.
CASA LOMA GUESTS
Those registered at the Casa Loma
yesterday were: B. Anderson. Thorix;
Ahart Shin. Tlielma: O. M. Aliens,
Tucson; J. W. 13ennie, Jr., Tucson
H M Cochran, Tucson; George
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John J. Morgan. Gladys Morgan. Lucy
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den. V. A. Maddox. C. L. Miehicl, Sain
WILL SPEAK IN FLORENCE
J. I- Felton leaves for Florence this
morning where lie will deliver two
addresses, one in the inorniiig and one
in the evening. He has changed pul
pits with Rev. G. A. Henderson, pas
tor of the Presbyterian church, at that
place for the Sunday services. The
latter will speak at the Congregational
church tomorrow morning. Mr. Fcl
ton will return Monday evening.
AT THE OLIVE
Those registered at the Olive yes
terday were: Ted Price, Tucson; J
Mullen, B. Hurley, II. Campbell, J.
Halbert, M. Cochrinc, It. Williams. L.
Lefko. W. Bonnie. J. Collins. S. It
LIggs, J. Mackintosh, L. Cloud, Uni
versity of Arizona, Tucson.
MESA GITY SENDS
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Religious, Personal and Social Mat
ters Are Here Attractively Pre
sented for Republican
Baptist Bible school at Jo a- in..
Miss Neina Andrews, superintendent.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. in.
and !j. p. m. 13. V. P. U. topic. "En
riching the Sabbath," Miss Andrews.
Special music. All ure invited.
Methodist Services as follows:
Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning ser
vice. 11 a. m. Epworth League, 7:15
p. m. Evening service. S p. in. Pray
er meeting will be held Wednesday
evening at 7:45. A cordial invitation
is extended to all. David Roberts,
Christian Sunday school at 10
o'clock. Preaching at 1 1 a. m, by the
The large pepper trees several
inches in circumference are being
transplanted from Pepper Lane to the
Chandler townsite under the direction
of a landscape gardener recently ar
rived lure from Los Angeles. George
H. Binkley. one of the leading irri
gation engineers of the country ar
rived Friday to be in charge of the
engineering work in connection with
the irrigation proposition In the
Chandler ranch district.
Mr. Jungcnnaun of tlie high school
faculty spent Saturday and Sunday
DANCE AT MESA OPERA HOUSE
Miss Doris Kingman of Plioenix Is
visiting friends in Mesa.
Tlie OKI Polks celebration term!
natetl in ji. dance at tlio Mesa opera
house, which was well attended ' es
pecially by the young people Iriduy
evening. Music was rendered by the
.full Mesa orchestra. A great number
of the old people who would have at
tended stayed at home on account of
the inclement w'eather.
l'inlcum Kernandez one of the in
structors at the Evans school had
the misfortune or fallinsr from his
horse and spraining his shoulder last
GOES TO DOUGLAS.
K. S. .Longmore, left for Douglas
yesterday evening where he will be
installed as grand master of the state
lodge of Odd Fellows.
The Consolidated telephone hasdis
tributed a March directory of all
Mesa subscribers to their lines.
Misses Ethel Hoffman. Annie "VVnl
lace and Jessie McElwain went to'
Tcmpe yesterday evening where they
attended a dance- given at the Heard
ranch. They expect to remain over
with friends until this afternoon.
Frank Gurley, who has been mourn
ing the loss of a horse and saddle
taken from the hitching post in front
of his place of business has recovered
the missing property, someone having
ridden the animal away and later
turned it loose to find its way home.
HIGH SCHOOL MANUAL.
The senior class of the Mesa high
school has decided to iut out a elans
manual. The students are working
diligently to make It a credit to the
institution nd tl! merchants are
giving it liberal patronage in tlie ad
Hub the joints with BALLARD'S
SNOW LIJCIMENT to relieve rheu
matism. It penetrates the- flesh to
the bone conveying Its soothing and
restorative influence to the spot
where the pain exists. Price 2.rc,
noc and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
Elvey & Hulett's Pharmacy.
Mr. Editor My attention has been
called to an article in The Republi
can of Friday morning written by
Mr. Reese Ling in advocacy of the
passage of house bill Xo. Or prepared
by him In the interests of lessees of
school lands la the state. I notice a
few statements therein in that I do
not think are borne out by the laws
... i 4-
"Got My Sore Foot
in it Right !-TIZ"
"A TIZ Bath, My Boy,, a TI2 Bath!
you uan't Beat It for Sore Feet,
Is this man a tender-foot? No. He
Id a., jov-walker one who uses TJSC
and gets from the feet a happiness
one never fell belorc.
"Sure! I Ufe TIZ
Every Time for
When vour feet are so tired .they
feel like stumps, when they ache so
that they hurt way up to your heart,
when you shamble your feet alone
and it seems as though all the misery
you ever Had has settled In your feet,
look at the happy TIZ man in the
Vou can be happy-footed just the
seme. If you have corns and bunions
uiai everyuouy seems to step on, just
think of this happy TIZ man. He
had corns and bunions, too. This
man used TIZ, and now he has no
more tender, raw, chaffed, blistered.
swollen, tired, smelly feet, corns,
callouses or bunions.
As soon as you put your feet in a
TIZ bath, you feel the happiness
soaking In. It's like mountain ozone
Nothing else but TIZ can clve vou
this happy foot feeling. Don't accept
TIZ. 115 -ents a box. sold every
where, or sent direct, on receipt of
price, bv Walter Luther Dodge &
Co., Chicago, III. Beeommended by
all Drug Stores, department and gen
of the state and wish herein to call
attention thereto and (uote the law
covering those matters. Before doin-f
so, however, I wish here and now to
state, as I did in addressing the leg
islative committees a few evenings
ago upon this subject, that I am
heartily in favor of the lessees of
school lands receiving compensation
for their improvements and if there
be anv doubt In favor of the lessees
and especially those that have been
actual and bona fide residents upon
such lands. Mr. Ling says, "relying
upon the promise which tlie tcrritory
made to them (said lessees) that
they would be reimbursed for these
mprovements and have an "oppor
tunity to purchase the lands which
for so many years they have made
their homes, etc.," and in .said arti
cle he otherwise referred to 'the "sol
um contract and agicement between
the state and a large number of Its
citizens." Xow let us see what this
'solemn contract" is.
lie refers us to Title 05. Revised
Statutes of Arizona. 1001, as con
stituting that contract.
Xo where do I find in that act
that the territory lias promised that
said lessees would "have an oppor
tunity to purchase the lands." The
only preference or right given to
them is, first, that "Actual and bona
fide settlers or occupants who have
placed Improvements on school or
university lands shall have the pre
ferred right to lease the land." (Sec.
I of said act.)
Second. By the terms of section C
of that act "Anyone occupying school
or university lands, "refusing' or not
wishing to lease said lands, and oth
er parties making application to do
so," that the board of supervisors
should appoint appraisers to appraise
the improvements belonging to said
lessee and that tlie person to whom
the lease should be given should pay
to the board of supervisors the value
of said improvements and the board
of supervisors should pay the money
over to the occupant of the land
when he should vacate said land and
give possession to the new lessee.
Third. .Section 112 of said act pro
vides that "Anyone making perma
nent improvements on school or uni
versity lands after leasing the same
shall have them appraised and be al
lowed compensation therefor at the
expiration of lease; or anyone hav
ing to surrender leased lands before
expiration of lease shall be entitled
to all the benefits of this section."
The last section does not say who
shall pay the occupant of the land
for the improvements, but taken in
connection with section 6 above quot
ed tlie conclusion must be tiiat it Is
the person who succeeds the occu
pant in the matter of leasing of the
land. So that the only promise that
the territory made to the lessees of
the school lands in that act was
that their improvements should be
appraised in the manner provided in
that act that they should receive
compensation therefor from the suc
Not only does said title G5 . not
promise tlie said lessees that they
shall "have an opportunity to pur
chase the lands "which they occupy '
but tiuite to the contrary is it indi
cated that they are expected, at the
expiration of their terms of leasing
to surrender possession qf said lands,
for section 9 of said act provides
that "each lease shall contain a
covenant that the premises shall bo
surrendered at the expiration of the
term of the lease." And each ease
contains that covenant and each
lessee when he signs that lease makes
a "solemn contract anu agreement
with the state" that he will, at the
expiration of his lease surrender the
premises. If this constitutes a con
tract between the occupants of the
School land and the state, and I ad
mit It does, then in the interest of
the taxpayers of the state should not
the lessee also be bound to his "sol
emn contract and agreement?" AVIll
J. H. LANGSTONV
ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S WAY
Wasn't to Leap First
Were it not that the name- of Lin
coln has been so cheapened by con
stant and indiscriminate use in the
hands of a man typifying, tlie diamet
rical opposite of Lincoln's tempera
muni anu methods, we should feel
tempted to say that Mr. Tart has ex
posed tlie false pretense of-this prec
ious scheme of judicial interpreta
uon Dy poixilar vote just as Lincoln
would have done it by applying to
1l tne touclistouu of simple truth, and
common sense and common honestv
To the sanity and simplicity of Mr.
Taft's speech, a greater contrast could
hardly be imagined than that pre
sented by Mr. Roosevelt's latest "Out
look article. How he lias lashed
himself into a state of blind frenzy on
mis subject of the recall of judicial
decisions is illustrated by the almost
incredible blunder which he not only
commits, but which forms the verv
backbone of the article, "I preach no
new doctrine," he says; "tlie proposals
that I make for the several states
was in actual practlco acted upon bv
. . . . . -
uie people or tins whole nation but
a very short time after tlie constltu
uon was adopted." And he proceeds
to tell at length of the adoption of the
eleventh amendment to the constltu
tion of the United States, which had
the effect of reversing the result of
a previous supreme court decision,
"All I ask," he then goes on to say,
is that what the people of the na
tion have actually dono the people of
each state shall actually be allowed
to do." It is almost inconceivable that
a man who has been president of the
United States could be guilty of such
ludicrous confusion. The eleventh
amendment was adopted by tlie regu
lar process laid down by the consti
tution of the United States; andnoth
Ing is more familiar to everybody
than that state constitutions are In
finitely easier to amend than is that
of the United States.
Thus the colonel is foaming at the
mouth for something that, accordln
to his own statement, the people have
already got. How account for this
queer phenomenon? A remark he
makes In this same article furnishes
the key. "I am not," "lie says, "pri
marily concerned witli methods." Evi
dently not; and he feels .absolved from
the ordinary responsibility of rational
men in talking about methods. Hf
tells us that his method Is the same
as ohe that is already in existence
regardless alike of the fact that th
method Is wholly different, and of
the fact that if it were the same there
would be no need of agitating for it.
But to deal thus with great questions
of government is to plunge Into the
confusion of Bedlam. And to put
the last touch of grotesqucness on
tlie situation, he actually asks us to
look upon this haphazard campaign
ing of his, for dimly imagined ends
and by confusion and chaotic injans
as the present-day parallel t.) tlu
sober, patient, sagacious, careful work
of Abraham Lincoln. Xew York
TRADE WITH MEXICO SUFFERS
Trade of the United States with
Mexico is showing the effect of tin
disturbed business conditions in that
country. This is especially true with
reference to exports, which show a
much greater decline than imports
Exports to Mexico during the last
year show a fall of about '20 per
cent when compared with the imme
diately preceding year, while im
ports show also a slight decline, but
less than that of exports. Thevtotul
value of exports to Mexico during the
twelve cionths ending with January
1912. the latest figures of the bureau
of statistics, department of commerce
and labor, is J32,271,i87, against $GI,-
671,039 in tlie corresponding months
of the Immediately preceding year, a
decline of about $12,000,000, or an
overage falling off of a little more
than a $1,000,000 a month during
tliis period. Imports from Mexico
during tlie same period amounted to
$39,227,516. against $59.9S1.890 during
the corresponding period of the pre
ceding year, being less than $1,000.
000 a motith during this period. Im
ports from Mexico during the same
period amounted to $39,227,510,
against $59,981,S90 during the cor
responding period of the preceding"
year, being less than $1,000,000- de
This falling off of $12,000,000 in the
$3.50 RECIPE FREE,
FOR WEAK MEN,
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AND BE STRONG AND
I have in my possession a prescrip
tion for nervous debility, lack of
vigor and weakened manhood, failing
memory and lame back brought on
by excesses, unnatural drains, or the
follies of youth, that lias cured so
many worn and nervous men right in
their own homes without any addi
tional help or medicine that I think
every man who wishes to regain his
manly power and virility, quickly and
quietly, should have a copy. So I
have determined to send a copy of
the prescription free of charge, in
a plain, ordinary sealed envelope to
any man who will write me for iL
This prescription comes from a
physician who has mado a special
study of men and I am convinced
it is the surest-acting combination
for the euro of deficient manhood and
vigor failuro ever put together.
I think I owe it to my fellow man
to send them a copy in confidence
so that any man anywhere who is
weak and discouraged with repeated
failures may stop drugging himself
with harmful patent medicines, se
cure what I believe is the quickest-
acting restorative, -upbuilding, SPOT
TOUCHING remedy ever devised, and
so cure himself at home quietly and
quickly. Just drop me a lino like
this: Dr. A. E. Robinson, -1270 Luck
Building, Detroit, Mich., and I will
send you a copy of this splendid
recipe in a plain ordinary envelope
free of charge. A great many doctors
would charge $3.00 to $5.00 for merely
writing out a prescription like this
but I send it entirely free. 1
cxiorts to ' Mexico in the twelve
months ending witli January. 1912,
becomes even more apparent when
contrasted with our trade with other
parts of the world. Exports to South
America, for example, show an in
crease of 25 per cent in the seven
months ending with January, 1912.
when compared with the correspond
ing months of the preceding year;
those to Cuba and the other "West
Indies, a slight increase; while to
Mexico, the exports during the seven
months ending with January, 1912,
decreased nearly 25 per cent, and
during the year, as indicated above,
about 20 per cent. In every month
sinco April, 1911, the value of mer
chandise exported to Mexico lias
been less than that of the correspond
ing month of the preceding year, April
1911, having been in fact the only
one of the past twelve months which
did not show a decline In exports to
Mexico when compared with the cor
responding months of the preceding
A 8 kin of gooiny is u uoy rvtew.K
T. Follx Gouroud's Orlontal
Cream or Maglcp.l Boautlfler,
Bull, ar; bkln I)t-asea,
ai eve rj DlemMn
on be.iuty. and de
fies U'ttCtlOD. It
hu 'ood the tut
ot 6? rear, and
N to harmless v
taste It lobe surelt
U properly mads.
Accept no counter
feit of stallir
naaie. Sr. 1. A.
Sarrs ntd to r.
Idr of the hant.
ten (a patient):
"Ai you Udlet
will usa then,
'Gourntid'N rrrr.m' ti tht Iswt harmful rf all IN
e!dn prparatlonj." For sale by all drarelsts and Fancy
Ooodi Dealer In the United States. Canada and Europe.
mT.HCFMS.PfGrk 37 Oral Jones S!ieelKr1i
neuralgias, nervousness and
all aches and pains. They
produce calm, refreshing
sleep. 10c, 25c at all drug
The llomebulldera Lumber Co.
has secured an option on ,000,
000 ft. of standard timber at
less than ?2.00 per M. Ami to
cnablo them to raise money to
pay for this they will sacrifice
1.000,000 ft. of their own Umber
manufactured into all grades of
lumber from common to clear
at 510.00 per M.. at mills. or
?17.G0 at Plioenix. To secure
these prices you must put up a
deposit of 10 of the amount
you desire to contract for with
W. K. ROSS
Tom's French Kitchen
The best the market
11 "West AVashiufitou St.
GLENDALE REAL ESTATE
SMALL TTARMS, from flvo acres
up, improved and unimproved, for
sale on easy terms.
A. W. BENNETT
Office In Hotel Qlenwood.
GLENDALE REAL ESTATE
Farm Loans and Insurance.
THE SMOKE HOUSE
ED SHAW, Proprietor.
319 W. Washington 8L
Phone: Overland 1288.
Room3 Modern, with prlvata
bath. Sluglo or cn uulto.
COLLINGS VEHICLE AND
Next to Hotel Adama.
WHEN YOU HAVC ANV
DONE. SEE THAT THIS
is on t, or. that it is done
by ons of the firms bolow, who
arc entitled to use it:
ARIZONA STATE PRESS.
(SiKW-d) Ibei" Committee
218 W. Washington St,
TEAS AND COFFEES
Call and dec the Racycle, the best
wheel made. I carry a largo llfle
of Racyclcs. Bicycles and Bicycle
Supplies. Repairing quickly dono.
THE BICYCLE MAN
25-27 East Adams.
THE RACYCLE STORE.
Henberg Bros., Props.
212 E. Washington
EDWARD EISELE. Proprietor,
Wholesale. Retail. The Genuma
(In Wrappers Only.)
7 West Washington St., Phoenix
Overland 234 Con. Main 83
Fresh fruits and vegetables re.
ceived every mornins- Tour phono
Main 3230 E. "Wash. Ovlfl. 714
TOM & SING'S
Regular Meals, 35 Cent
Short Orders All Nigh
UN. Center St., Phoenix. Aria.
GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT
Regular Meals 25c
Short Orders at All Ho lira
Charlie Loo Chuck, Mgr.
22-24 East Washington Si
Easterling & Whitney
213 W. Washington St.
Geo. Hageman Co.
Corner 8eoond and Adams Sts.
Frank Con nelley's Place
Halo & Haig Scotch Whiskey