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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1912.
I I lirrH "l ' " : r ,
That liave the fabric, the style,
the tailoring, the distinctive
character and 1 lie staying quali
ties the man of taste demands,
are - '
AND THE ALFRED
We can give our personal guar
antee with that of the makers,
on every one of these suits. Wo
know they are the best product,
of the best tailoring establish-.
.ments, and the man who wears
one will be satisfied.
A NICE LOT OF TWO-PIECE SUMMER
SUITS IN THE POPULAR SHADES AT
A BIG DISCOUNT.
THE f HUB
Yes, clean your house, i.u'
An'- clean yer harn In wry part:
Unit brush ' the cumvetis from j er
head, . - , . , .
An sweep the snowbanks from
Sam', Aval'.:' Fos.y.
MENU SUNDAY APRIL
Breakfast " , '
Corned Decf Hash Poached Kggs
Pickled Tomatoes iiadislics
Veal Pot Pit with Discuit
Iiusjii.ii Salad . ,
Apricot Drown Betty
Cold Sli;c(l Tdmue in Apple Jc'ly
Spring housccleanin? which is us
ually completed before Eustor lias
been delayed this year in many lo
calities bv leason or the Jjtcsea
sen Housbo.o "pests" hoover ur
on schedule t ine and suijscst'ons fo.
their rout may prove of interest to
ii.experiened housekeeper-; a. least.
The Plague of Ants.
A while ago 1 received a letter
from a troubled housekeeper asking
me what she could do to "keep aunts1
e'.caii . places. Hvnee the old Knirllsli :ik.
"the wall louse." The" old-fashioned,
heavy wooden bedstead was ever fa
vorable for the concealment and prop
agation of the sjiccies; but now that
the moro "sanitary brass and iron
beds have' .superseded the wooden
ones, tiiis nocturnal marauder leaves
the bed at the dawn' of -day to go
into hiding under loose wallpaper
or behind wainscoting. If you can
locate his habftat, half "the battle
is fought, for the bug is gregarious
collecting in masses.
Jf there is paper on the walls, tear
oir. beaid out all cracks, then, seal
iiu common soap or plaster of
Paris. For the woodwork moldings
imu iurnuure tliere Is nothing to
eiuai Kerosene. Apply with a ma-
cnine oil can, to every crack and
cranny, pour it on the mattress and
rioor. Tlie oil leaves no spot and
the odor soon goes away. If this
ue.ument is repeated every other
uay for a week the rout is usually
complete, t though eternal vigilance
must be maintained lest they come
For the wily buffalo bug try for
maldehyde. They cannot stand the
gas generated. Sprinkle the carpet
witli a 10 per cent solution, once a
day for three or four days, and tlie
bugs will capitulate. For a" closet,
place a shallow dish rilled with the
solution on the floor, close the door
tight, stopping up the keyhole and
the moths will trouble you no longer.
Air tlie rooms well after the for
Willie the -woman who does her
own work is seldom troubled long at
i ? tfirw M'Wli . l
1 nau no suggestions looking to the! . , " u. hurt ougs
annihilation of "aunts" I was glad ,Un ahe I,as an u"tldy neighbor
to be able to tell her how she could ! I,ear al ,,am1' the 'chen Presided
rout an army of nredatorv hlnek l",1 u a '.uujrniy maid is often
ants. Once a house is com
overrun witli tlie black ant colony
u takes anywhere from ten days
to two weeks steady work to drive
NOTICE FOR POSTING AND PUBLISHING.
Department of the Interior,
United States Land Office,
Phoenix. Arizona, March 22,1912.
Serial No. 017000
Notice Is hereby given that the
Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Company,
by Howel Jones its Land Commis
sioner, has this day filed its appli
cation. Serial No. 017000 in this office
to select, under the provisions of the
Act of Congress approved April 21,
. 3904 (33 Stats., 211), the following
GILA AND SALT RIVER MERI
T. 21 N.. R. 6 W'.: NEtf XWH.Nfc
NBU'. SEU, and SEA SEU sec.
14; AV NWH, SE'i XAV'i, and
SW.U NEi sec. 24;
T. '20 X., R. 4 W.: Lot 1, NEU
NWH. and AV NEU sec. 30;
T. IS N., R. 3 AV.: AV, and SEVt
.sec. 8; all of sees. 10 and 20; N
SWU, and AV& NW14 sec. 34;
,T. 17 N., R. 3 W.: SEU NWtf.and
Sis NEU sec. G;
T. 17 N., R. 4 W.; SWU. and
SEU NWU sec 12; E NEU. SEU
NWU, and E SWU sec. 24;
T. 13 N R. 5 W.: N SWU. SEU
SWU. and NWU SEU sec. 26;
T. 3 N.. R. 4 B.: SWU sec. 17;
and NWU sec. 23;
T. 2 N.. R. 1 AV.: N1. SWU, and
'." " ' N SEU sec. 20;
I T. 8 S R. 31 E.: EA SEU. SV4
-NEU, and NW.U SEU sec. 2;
T. S S.. R. 32 E.: SEU NWU.
i " gv. -NEU SWU. WA SEU, and SEU
.- SEU sec. 7;
. .54 T. 9 S.. R. 32 E.: Lots 1 and 2,
- and NEU sec. C;
-. t. 9 S.. R. 13 E.: NEU sec. 29;
jr'i-; T. 12 S.. R. 14 E.: SEU sec 7;
P vpi' an. vww arxri'. vpk
and SU; sec. S; Ei sec IS;
- T. 17 S.. R. 28 E.: SEU. S4
SWU sec. 13;
- ' T. 19 S.. R. 27 E.: N SEU, and
'NVi SWU sec 14;
I', .; T. 19 S.f R. 28 E.: Lot 1. N NEU.
ind SEU NEU sec 30; S SWU.
"I- NEU SWU. and SWU SEU sec 29;
- .ti' T. 20 S., R. 2G E.: NE'4 sec 30;
' v T. IS N., R. 1 "W.: All of sec. 15;
T. 15 N., R. 1 W.: E NEU. and
mlE4 SEU' sec. IS; NA NEU. and EJA
'tSEU sec 19; AVi NWU. and W
r ; .'; T. 12 N.. R. 5 W.: S NWU sec
,, - T. 4 N., R. 1 W.: S'A sec 34:
1; T. 3 N., R 1 AV.: "Lots 1 and 2, S
5"- NEU. and SEU sec 3;
T. 1 N.. R. 3 Ar.: SWU sec. 32:
T. 10 S.. R. 22 E.: SWU sec 14:
XW& SAVU. and S',4 SEV sec. 24; and
E'i NAVU, E SWU, AV NEU, and
AV SEU sec. 34:
T. 12 S., R. 12 E.: NEU NEU sec.
T. 13 S.. R. 12 E.
and 10 of sec. 1;
T. 13 S.. R. . 13 E.:
Lots 4, 5, 6, 9
Slf. SWU, sec
4 a11" of sec 35:
T. 11 S.,- It. KEli, NEU SEU.
NWU SWU. and ,S& SAV-U sec 21:
jMif utf. 1. lnt 1 5 ami I e..l
lots 1 and 2, and SVS NEU sec 3;
f'N4. and SEU sec. 12; SEU NEU.
?CEU SEU, SEU, and S SWU
IS-JS T. 11 S., R. 23 E-: SV: NWU, and
p-SAVU sec 13; SVs NEU. and SEU
-xfsec. 14; SWii NAVU, N SWU..
'W'and NAA'U SEVi sec. 20: SA NWU.
rNEU SWU, and NAVU SEU - fee. 2S:
T. 13 S. R. 24 E.: NEU sec. 10;
T. 13 S.. R. 25 E.: NWU sec 9:
T. 14 S,.. R. 25 E.: SWU NEU,
SEU NWU, and AV SEU sec. 23;
T. 14 S.. R. 20 E.: SWU sec. 20;
T. 15 S.. R. 24 E.: E SEU, and
SWU SEU sec. 30;
'.OZ 08s 'iAYS
T. 15 S.. R. 25 E.: NEU sec. 12;
T. 15 S.. R. 28 E.: Lots C. 7 and
8. and' SEU SAVU sec 9;
T. 1G S-, R. 22 -E.: Lot 4. S1 NWU,
and N SWU sec 1;
T. 1C S.. R. 24 E.: Lots 1 and 2,
and S4 NEU sec. 4; and NWU sec.
T. 17 S., R. 9 E.: Ei. NEU. E
NAVU, E SAVU, and SWU SEU sec
11; NAVUT.and NWU NEU sec. 14;
T. 17 S., R. 24 E.: SWU sec. 21;
T. 17 S.. R. 29 E.: SWU sec. 4;
lot 2, Sit NEU, and E SEU sec 5:
T. IS S., R. 9 E-: NEU sec 15;
T. 18 S.. R. 22 E.: SEU NEU. and
NEU " SEU sec. 10; and NAVU. and
Ni,A SWU sec. 11;
T. 19 S.. R. 9 E.: SWU NEU, S
NWU. Ni4 SWU, Ni SEU, SEU
SEU sec. 15;
T. 21 S.. R. 8 E.: Lot 2, SWU NEU.
NAVU SEU, NJ4- SWU sec. 1; SEU
NAVU, E SWU. and SWU SEU
sec. 22; E& NWU, and W XEU
T. 22 S., R. 2G E.: SEU sec.
10; NWU sec 14;mN NEU. AV
NAVU. and N SWU sec 15;
T. 5 S., R. 4 E.: All of sees. 5 and S.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the lands described, or desir
ing to obiect because of the mineral
character of the land, or for any oth
er reason, to tlie disposal to appli
cant, should flic their affidavits of
protest in this office, on or before
the Sth day of May 1912.
FRANK 11. PARKER,
WHY HE WAS LATE.
"What made you so late?"
"I met Smithsou."
"Well, that is no reason why you
should be' an hbur late? getting home
"I know, but I asked hio how he
was feeling, and he insisted on tell
ing me about his stomach trouble."
"Did vou trill him to take Cham
"Sure, that is what he needs." Sold
by all druggists.
A NEW STORE.
That will sell excellent goods at
reasonable prices and employs men
for salesmen who are courteous and
obliging, soon demonstrates that the
old firms haven't everything grabbed.
Tlie new furniture store at 335 AV.
Arashington St. has all of these qual
ifications and it is not surprising to
note that it had the contract for
furnishing the state capitol building.
The Barrows-Fooshee Co. also makes
a specialty of packing for people who
aro about to move.
tl.em out. The black ant thrives
in cool damp wealner, punctuated
by days of fervent hear. AVlicn
they como in colonies they not only
destroy food but furniture, and the
very house itself. If the haunts of
the paving ant can be , located, the
first thing to do is to fill thoir
hPIs with boiling water followed by
a generous flushing of coal oil. An
other remedy is to put iuiek lime
near the mouth of the hole, then
wasli it in with boiling water.
Cayenne is one of the strong odorjj
that ants dislike, mid a generous
sprinkling over the pantry shelves
after they huye first been well scald
ed and dried will much to keep
IHem out. This remedy muy have
to be repeated often, both on the
shelves and the window sills across
which they make their entry. Other
remedies advocated ror their disper;
sal arc leaves of green wormwood
scattered here and there, salt or a
strong solution of London purpte.
The Disease-Spreading Fly.
Because of his well known propen
sity to disseminate disease, tlie Th
is to be religiously guarded against.
Typhoid, malaria, yellow fever, and
other contagious diseases follow in
j his wake and the place where he
treaus is anytlung but holy ground.
Filth of almost any sort Is selected
by the female housefly for her breed
ing place: tlie refuse from horse
stables being her first choice. Clean
liness and screens are tlie best rem
edies for their incursions. There a
few pestilential feiiows have made
their triumphal entry, a good strong
"bat" made by doubling up several
thicknesses of newspaper or a whick
broom coupled wkn much agility.
are successful in corralling and dis
patching them. Window gardens of
geraniums and calceolarias are said
to discourage flies from entering
Rules to Follow in Fly Time.
Advice offered by Merchants' as
sociation. Keep the flies away from the sick,
especially those ill with contagious
diseases. Kill every fly that strays
into the sickroom. His body is
covered with dise'ase germs.
Do not allow decaying material of
any sort to accumulate on or near
Keep ail receptacles for garbage,
carefully covered, and tlie sanv
cleaned or sprinkled with lime or oil.
Pour kerosene Into tlie drains.
Cover food after a meal; burn or
bury table refuse.
Screen all food exposed for sale.
Screen all windows and doors, es
pecially the kitchen and dining j
Don't forget that if you see flies
their breeding place is in nearby
A Home-made Fly Poison.
Beat together the yplk of one egg,
one third cupful sweet milk, one
level tablespoonful of sugar and a
level teaspoonful of black pepper.
Put on plates and set where flies
abound. After a few hours you will
find the floor covered with dead or
stunned flies. Sweep up and burn.
To Drive Out Bedbugs.
This most disgusting of human
parasites is popularly supposed to
bh the hall mark of the neglectful
and careless housekkeeper, yet if the
truth be known few arc the homes
into which It has not made Its way,
no matter how carefully guarded.
This Is uarticuiarly true in city
blocks, where one careless house
keeper may be -the means of putting
a wnoie block to tne most extra
ordinary : inconvenience. The bugs
are migratory, climbing up a well
from story to sttory, running across
alleys, riding up on the dumb wait
ers and down on the banisters. If
tlie human inhabitants of an infested
bouse leave it, those predatory bugs
follow suit, making their way into
adjoining houses. As all arc liable
to this visitation, and by the way li
brary books are a favorite mode of
transportation, it Is essential to
know what 'weapons die most effec
tual for their rout. Cracks and crev
ices, as between the wall and the
I woodwork, are their favorite abiding
pletely alivu u'ith lhose unpleasant creatures
colony I,oforu thu '"'stress knows anything
iuui u. iney are readily attracted
by moisture, filth. and uncovered
foods, so. that the first thing to, at
tend to Is the thorough cleansing of
kitchen cupjioards, sinks and all cor
ners. After this paint around all
pipes, sinks and wash bowis witli
paint thinned witli turpentine.
A good -.food for roaches is made
by stirring together one. cupful of
corn-meal, one quarter pound of
borax, two- tablespoonfuls of sugar
and water, to make a stiff paste.
Form into' "small cakes and set aside
l. harden. Break in pieces and
scatter along the shelves or tubs
where readies are apt U assemble
themselves together. A solution of
strong potash poured into the cracks
and crevices '.that they frequent is
often most efficacious, though it
lakes off paint and varnish. Many
good housekeepers . now taboo papers
on me puiury sneives, thinking it
little bit of celery or a few olives
go well with everything.
This is made with bread crumbs
as a foundation. Put a good quarter"
r-f a cupful of dried breadcrumbs
into a dish with two cunfuls V.r
'scalded milk, and stand one side to
cool. Beat tlie yolks of two eccs to
a foam witli hair a cupful of sugar,
und add to the soaked crumbs, to-'
gctlier with a tablespoonful of melt-"
ed butter, the juice of one large
orange and half the thin yellow rind
grated. Butter a pudding dish, turn
in the mixture, place In a dripping
pan of boiling water, and bake until
firm. Cover" with tlie whites of the
eggs beaten, to a meringue, with
two tablespoonfuls of sugar and a
flavoring of orange, brown slightl
and serve cold or hot. This may be
varied by baking in individual
moulds or cups like custard.
Apricot Brown Betty.
"An apricot brown betty is one of
the delicious plain "stand-by" des
serts for this season of between
trims. Canned apricots may be
used, but the evaporated are cheaper
and hold the natural flavor of the
fruit far better. Soak as many as
are. needed in cold water twelve
hours, then simmer gently in tlie
same water until tender, but not
broken. Butter a deep pudding dish,
and put a layer of the fruit on tlie
bottom. Sprinkle witli sugar, then
a layer of dried breadcrumbs dotted
witli butter and cinnamon. Proceed
in this way until the dish is full,
having the buttered crumbs on top.
Cover and bake slowly for three
quarters of an hour, then remove the
cover and brown. Serve with cream.
Chopped almonds and raisins mixed
with apricots make a pleasing change i
EMMA PADDOCK TELFORD.
THE CONNAUGHT'S AMERICAN
and. I .
To members of the reigning house of
England, witli tlie" possible, exception
of Edward VIII, have shown o great
er predilection for- Americans than
the Duke and Duchess of Connaught
and their children: and there is no
English palace where Americans have
been made more at home-- than at
Clarence House, the portion- of St.
James Pnhice which for many years
has been the Lonvloji residence of the
Duke and Dueliess of Connaught. The
most intimate friends of tlie Duke's
two daughters, the Crown Trincess of
Sweden and Princess Patricia, have
been young American girls; and the
entire Connaught family have spent
at least two Christmases at Cliveden
as the guests of Mrs. AValdrf Astor.
The -Duchess's most trusted confi
dante, adviser and chum is Mrs. Jack
.Leslie, who wan? Miss Leon'e Jirome,
daughter of Leonard Jeroun- of New
York and sister of Mrs. George Corn
wallis West, who is beat known b
her former name of Lady Randolph
Churchill. Indeed. Mrs. Leslie, whose
husband is Colonel John Leslie, for
merely of the Grenadier Guards, can
boast of being tlie only woman of
American birth who lias ever held
any official position at tiie court of
IS Fadeless Colors
Wash It As You Would Tile
SAN-A-COTE is the ikw wnv to finish all plastered surfaces and is
being used In hospitals, hotels, offiee buildings, residents etc., because
it is permanent, washable, sanitary, beautiful and economical.
It is the iiieal finish for kitehens and bathrooms. Ink stains, finger
marks, soot. dirt, i-ti- . an be washed right off. It will not fade, spot,
streak or rub. Kusilv applied. Is economical at first and at last. Re
quires only two routs no size. Leading dealers everywhere sell and
FOP. SALE IN ARIZONA BY
DORRIS-HEYMAN FURNITURE CO Phoenix
J. H. BARNETT '. Mesa
A. L. DeMUND Yuma
F. W. BROWN & CO ' Tucson, Ariz.
lady-in-waiting to the Duchess of
Connaught on the occasion of her
visit with the Duke to India in 1002.
to attend tlie Coronation Durbar of
Edward All. From "Memoirr. of To
ilay" in the March Metropolitan.
gives the bugs one less vantage point st- James, having been appointed
ior Hiding, ir papers are used it s
well to sprinkle tiie shelves liberally
with borax before covcrhrg.
No "leftover" vegetables need ever
be wasted, as those not suited to tlie
zotip kettle may be utilized in a
Russian salad. Chop and cut tlie
vegetables and mix lightly. Add two
r iiirte uiotespoonluls of chopped
r.uts, if vou have them, or a few
spoonfuls of chopped bacon or minced
full. Serve on lettuce leaves, with
i-rench dressing. String leans go Caddie. "She knew you were coming
well with beets, potatoes,- carrots and ' tonight and turned down the lights
even turnips. Green peas and caul:- j without saying anything about it!"
fh'wcr seem complimentary, and a Detroit Free Press.
"Do yyu think your new maid is
going to prove satisfactory?" asked
"Oh yes, I'm sure of it," replied
Maricopa Auto and Eledxic Co.
GAS ENGINES and MACHINE WORK
Auto Repairing and Storage ,
SATISFACTION (J UARANTEED
.Rent Car Day or Xiglit
229 E. Adams St.
Belt Wilson C. Of. Mori,land
The Season is Right
Our Prices Are Right
You Get Right
And buv vour Having Tools of us. We have a
large -stock of the Osborne Xo. 3 Mower made es
pecially for Alfalfa, tlie No. 2 Mower, Ten and
'Twelve foot Self-Dump Rakes, Four Wheel' Buck
Rakes, and the noted Sandwich 11a v Presses both
horse and gas power. AV'o are also agcuts for the
I. H. C. Auto Trucks.
All we ask is to give
you a demonstration of
any of these.- :: :: ::
Callings Vehicle & Harness
32-34 E. Adams St.