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THE ARIZONA BEPUBLI CAN: THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1903.
SUMMER COLDS Produce Chronic Catarrh. Madame Isabella Ellen Bareas. Madame Isabella Ellen Bareas, Life Governor Grand Lodge of Free Masons of England, in a letter from Hotel Sara toga, Chicago, 111., says: This summer while traveling i contracted a most persistent and an aoylog cold. My head ached, my eyes and nose seemed constantly running, mvlunsrs were sore and I lost my ap petite, health and good spirits. Doc- inn orescrlbed tor me all manner ol',. nrrA nn a hoif .v,n .v,-.,. pills and powders, but alt to no purpose. ' . a ... 1 J f 4 - "I aavisea wnn a uruisi muu no ; . 1 I M 1 1 f It 1 i spoke so highly of a medicine called Peruna, that be Induced me to try my tint bottle of patent medicine. How ever, it proved such a help to me thai soon purcnasea anoiner oouie ana kept on until I was entirely well." Madame Isabella Ellen Baveas. Summer colds require prompt treat meat. They are always grave, and sometimes dangerous. The prompt j ness ana surety wnn wnien reruna acts In these cases has saved many lives. A large dose of Peruna should be taken at the first appearanco of a cold in summer, followed by small and oft repeated doses. There ia no other rem edy that medical science can furnish, so reliable and quick in its action as Peruna. Address The Peruna Medicine Com pany, Columbus, Ohio, for a free book; entitled "Summer Catarrh," which treats of tho catarrhal diseases peculiar to summer. Mines and Minerals of Arizona THE BROOKLYN MINE Mill Nearing Completion Other Ma chinery for Actire Operations. The new ten-stamp mill for the Brooklyn mine is nearing completion, pays the Prescott Journal-Miner. When it has been put in readiness the prop erty will resume operations and it is the intention of the gentlemen who have taken hold of it to push the de velopment as fast as it can be done. Messrs. J. M. Dale and W. T. C'oad, the former of Bellefcnte. Pa., and the latter of Rapid City. S. D.. have taken an option on the mine and are making preparations to work it in a business like anil substantial manner, and it is hoped they may make a grand success. Tne Brooklyn has oeen woriceu in a rather Fpasmodie manner for the past fix or seven years, but the work has been done on small capital and by slow methods, only a whim being used to hoist with. However nearly 1.000 feet of underground work has been done, the shaft being about 200 feet deep while the greater amount of work has been done in drifting. The values are all in free milling gold to the present depth and average about $10 per ton. but It is thought when the permanent water level Is reached the ore will be of higher grade. A steam hoist will also be installed at once and It Is ex pected to handle about thirty tons of ore per day. The mine produces some water at the present depth but hardly enough for the needs of the new mill and should further sinking fail to de velop enough water a pipe line will be run to the Agua Fria river, which Is less than a mile distant. Robert De Large, the well known mill and mining man, has had charge of the work of putting in the new mill and will have full charge of the work of developing th property. o When a family has a black sheer, the fact Is generally kept daric. Jim v The Kesdy-to-Scrre Cereal is health, and strength in a box. Sweet, crisp flakes of wheat and malt, NO TIME FOR CHURCH Blibee People Spend Their Sundays StaKinrf Oat Mines. Last Sunday was a day of prospect ing In thp Wart-n district, say.t the nisbeo Hevlow. Kvery plate where any ground was vacant prospectors could be seen with location notices and pick, building the stone monuments or put ting up stakes to comply with "Uncle Sam's" requirements. It was a day of activity in the hills Instead of a day of rest. Many men who, own propf'ty. a far as location is covered, and who do not labor on the Sabbath for th?ir , employers, were putting in a "double shift." examining their holdings and j counting out the millions that they I cculd take out of tha ground had they the "wherewith" to carry, on the work, and planning how they should save out ! ol their weekly earnings and employ some one to develop their claims. The owner of the "tllg Four" group will begin active work this week, and n force of men will be employed. This group lies near the Golden Era. which Is taking out some fine free gold ore. Activity in development will be pushed in the gold belt, which noiV poems to be the center of attraction since the recent gold strikes in that section. It is aald that many claims are being relocated the former loca tors having failed to do their assess ment work in accordance with the min ing laws. Many fractions were taken up Some j t.lned fifteen to eighteen acres. One lot the former was taken which lies . . . ... jjai norm or tne calumet and Arizona l . ... ..... ground and Is in a desirable locality Prospectors from all over the country are arriving daily In the camp and as rapidly as possible getting acquainted with the district. New deals are being consummated and new strike reported. From all Indications the activity has Just Degun and ere long there will be hundreds of men employed in develop tnent as the early locators of this sea- on nave not mucn more time to eom- ply with the United States statute. MINING NOTES. A party of eastern capitalists who are interested in the Copper Cobre Mining company's properties now be ing operated under the direction of O. W. Middleton. in the Crazy Basin sec tion, arrived in Prescott by special r.rain last evening and left for the mines this morning. The party con tests of John Hoxle of Chicago; R. 1'. Verrall. Mrs. Mary J. Hoxle, J. D. Hlgglns, Mrs. Harry Good and John It. Allen of New York City; W. H. Taylor and Mrs. S. K. Barker of Scranton. N. Y. They were met in this city by John B. Farish. the world famous min ing expert, of Denver, Colorado, who accompanied the party to the mines and who will make an examination of the properties. Mr. Farish has just re turned from an extended examination of the country for a big mining syndi cate. Prescott Journal-Miner. The men are. in town from the Hurri cane mine, which was closed down the latter part of last week. No reason Is given for the laying off of the dozen men. but the supposition is that the coming 1st of June has some bearing on the matter. Probably the mine will again be working ki a short time. Prescott Herald. o The Real Cause of Dandruff and Bald ness. At cme time dandruff .was attributed to be the result of a feverish condition of the scalp, which threw off the dried cuticle in scales. Professor Unna, Hamburg, Germany, noted authority on skin diseases, ex plodes this theory and says that dan druff Is a germ disease. This germ is really responsible fori the dandruff and for so many bald heads. It can be cured If it is gone about in the right way.. The right way, of course, and the only way, is to kill the germ. Newbro's Herpicide does this, and causes the hair to grow luxuriantly. Just as nature Intended it should. For sale at leading druggists. Send 10c In stamps for sample to The IIerpicid Co., Detroit, Michigan. . . The fellow who is on his uppers ca.n't oven call his sole his own. o "I had a running, itching sore on my leg. Suffered tortures'. Doan's Oint ment took away the burning and itch ing instantly, and quickly effected per manent cure." C. W. Lenhart. Bowl ing Green, O. You can never make the woman who has fhapely legs believe that the mountains are as good for her health as the seashore, where she can go In bathing. Dumps' first born, a bright young man. Desired to box like Sullivan. -Take first, my son 'tis wisdom course" ' His father said, "a box of ' Force There's no box like It for the vim It gives," asserted "Sunny Jim. Hon As Satisfactory. After haTlng tried almort srery known breakMl food, it sns tht none of thorn bars bwn ' satisfactory as ' Force.' K. II. UsaaoM." COMPLICATING SIMPLE THINGS Farther Remarks on Water Storage by a South Sider. It has Inmn said that If one hundred men were given a fimple thing la do that ninety-nine of them would com plicate it. This nny be an exaggera tion but It has very much the color of truth.' It would seem that an object placed In an open place should be seen by every one alike, but strange to say, this Is not the case, for no two see alike. Why one sees a mountain while another sees an ant hill and both look ing at the same object is a query that no one will attempt to explain and but few will admit. Tho only explanation that any one would attempt to make would be to say that the other fellow does not see it that way. So on it goes, and with every object presented to View and every question or theory dis cUFsed we have all the variations from the ant hill to the mountain. The Bible Is a very familiar Instance of the correctness of this assertion. The Bible Is translated of course Inn our language but is put Into the best and most simple rtyle of English, and Is really a text book In the study o the language. But how many read it alike? There are thousands of differ ent constructions and as wide apart as day Is from night or black Is from white, and every on is ready to stake his life on the correctness of his con struction. If we have made such a colossal failure in the Interpretation of such plain and simple English how can we hope to express ourselves so as to be understood or understand anything that is stated by another. s The articles of the Water Users' as sociation, though not so large a book as the Bible, have quite as varied an Interpretation. One of my neighbors solemnly says that he will sell his land with water and take up desert land for reservoir water, and another says that If he had desert land only without water he would not subscribe for reser voir water. Could they be wider apart in their views? Now, if all the argument that could be brought to bear on It would not change either of them then what is the good of argument. Convince a man against his will he is of the same opln Ion still, must, be heeded; all we can do Is to give them plain English and let each one be responsible to himself. The appropriations under the New land-Hansbrcugh art are not approp riatlons at all; it is simply a loan. A loan is something to be returned. When we make loans In sums of $2,000,000 we expect security "for the return. We even ask for security for loans of lesser amounts. The payments are stipulated, and the money must be re turned: failures to return this money are not taken into consideration, but we first have the use of the water and we pay no int?rest. Right here some one will say: It can't be a loan If there Is no Interest to pay. The secretary of the Interior will not deal with individuals; a community must act together as an incorporated body. Section 8 declares that vested rights shall not be Interfered with. The ob ject of the association is to "secure ac tion by the government." (Sec. 2, Art. IV.) Payments to be made to the gov ernment agents. When your payments are all made then your "stock shall be deemed and held to have been fully paid up." (Sec. 11. Art. V.) No by-laws shall be passed or enforced which shall interfere with or affect any present existing" vested right of any member of this association to the use of water for irrigating. (Sec. 14. Art. VI.) This section of the association articles con' forms with section 8 of the Newlands Hanibrough act. Yet in the face of both assertions some say that our pres ent water rights will not be accounted In the distribution of water. Then we have again Article XIV, which says "Nothing in these articles or incorpo ration shall In any way Interfere with the present rights to the prior use of the waters of the Salt and Verde rivers. At this point is where my two neigh bors get the farthest apart. Strange, too. when the act of congress gives them plain English for guidance and the association not only gives it in the plainest of English but repeats It. Another great bujraboo Is the thought that after we get all we need some one else may get what is left. Strange that the government should make a provis ion of this kind when human nature is so averse to it. Why, even a" dog wouldn't stand an arrangement of that kind. While every right is guarded and doubly guarded, how is It possible for so much suspicion? We think the next man may get a drop more water than we do or the next canal may get a little more than our canal does. We even s argue that we will not only furnish the water for others, but make canals for them to run it, whle the plainest of plain Knglish tells us that this is not nor can be the case. The association has been persuaded to add an amend ment to the Incorporation articles for no other purpose than to repeat again that this cannot be done. Without ever stopping to think how It Is to be dene some one bobs up and says: "un, ne win g-M good pay; he is after a fat job." Just translate that remark when you hear It and see if It doesn't mean: "I wish I could get all the. pay; I wish I could get all the fat jobs." Now, for the plain English on this point: There are thirty councllmen who get mileage only for actual at tendance. These thirty men fix the salaries of all other officers and th-?y are barred from holding any office for five years from the time they are elect ed as councilman. There is your guard and doubt guard apaln. The treasurer Is required to give bonds, and ho money can be paid out unless It Is ordered by the board of governors In session and the order to appear on the minuirs. These books are open ti Inspection any time to any shareholder. There Is your guard and double guard, and a relay guard. When you catch yourself suggesting that any officer will make a grab just stop and consider if you are not flattering his ability a Utile too much. Other and similar objections dlrsolve In the same way. If you want the reservoir, take it;. If you don't want it then go avr.y bnck and sli. down, and get so far back thst your voice. If It should shoot off, will not betray you, for wise Is the man who can keep his mouth shut. A good every-day ru to follow Is that If you can't be- helf.ful then keep out of tha way of those who are at work. - SOTTTHSIDKR. Mesa City. May 26. Mr. II. P. Burbage, a student at law. in Oreenvllle, S. C, had been troubled for four or Ave years with a continuous rough which he says, "greatly alarmed me, causing me to fear that I was In the first stages of consumption." Mr. Burbage, having seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy advertised, concluded to try it. Now read what he aays of it: I soon felt a remarkable change anJ after using two bottles of the twenty five cent slxe, was permanently cured." Sold by all druggists. THE EIGHT HOUR LAW The Experiment With It Will Begin Next Monday. The eight-hour law passed by the last legislature will go into effect next Monday. The leading newspapers throughout the country are awaiting the -opening Incidents of its operation and they want to know how it will be working. Seme effects of it have already been felt in advance. A few mines have suspended operations and it has been announced that they have shut down for repairs but It has been more than suspected that they Intend ed to keep making repairs until It was ascertained whether there was an In tention to strictly enforce the law. Before the eight-hour bill was sign ed the members of the legislature who had been working for a straight eight hour law disavowed the measure which was pasped and they said that the leg islation was not in the interest of tho laboring men but lit the interest of the democratic politicians. The men who said so were democrats but at the same time representatives of labor. They said it would do the cause of organized labor more harm than It could jwssibly do any class of laborers good. It was meant to be applied only to the work ers in mines and it was finally made to discriminate between the upper and the underground workers. Such a discrim ination, they argued, would break up the union and they added that the mine owners would do a good turn for the union If they would take such steps as would make the law of no effect." They did not believe that any con siderable number of the miners of the territory would Insist on its enforce ment. MEETING OF AGENTS A Conference of Life Insurance Men From All Over Arizona. The agents of the- New York Life In surance company held a rousing meet ing at the Phoenix branch office In this city yesterday. In honor of Mr. Hamilton Cooke of Dallas, Tex., who holds the losltion of Inspector of agencies of the southwest department. Mr. L. H. Khuart, agency director at Phoenix, had invited all the agents in the territory to be present. After a most enjoyable and instruc tive talk from Mr. Cooke at the morn ing meeting held in the company's splendid offices, the several agents present were asked to tell how they got signatures on the "dotted line" and then all adjourned to the banquet hall at Coffee Al's, where especially prepared luncheon was served and all joined in a general all-round good time. It was intended to have the visitors take a tallyho ride around the city, but the adjournment was so late it did r.ot give Mr. Cooke and some of th3 other agents a chance to catch the evening train as they found it neces sary to leave at that time, so the ride was postponed until today. Thos present were: Hamilton Cooke ' of Dallas, Tex.; B. B. Adams, Solomon vllle. Ariz.; H. E. Helghton, Tucson; J. H. Gannon, Tucscn; T. K. Pomeroy, Mesa: James P. Maclntyre, Nogales; I. J. Johnson, Charles Barnett, Ers- klne Stovall, W. O. Griggs, George A Mauk. C. M. Zander, Phoenix; J. R. Encinas, Tempe; L. II. Rhuart, Phoe- rrlx. t -The following telegram was received by Mr. Rhuart from the company's sec ond vlce-pree.Ident while the agents were assembled at lunch: "New York, May 27, 1903. "Greeting to agency men assembled at Phoenix today. We are proud of every man and his splendid accomp llshments for first five months of this year and equally proud of you. I am with you In .spirit and only regret I cannot shake hands today as I did with many oJ you a year ago. It will add enthusiasm and zest to your efforts to know the company is still making rec ords and in this respect southwestern. department holds four aces. ' E. R. PERKINS." ANOTHER BOND ELECTION Will Be AsKed for by the Mnulcipal Water Works League. ' Another election, submitting t" a vote of the people the proposition to Issue JaWt.noo bands for the construction of a city waterworks plant, v. ill be asked of the dty council by the representatives of the Citizens' Water works commit tee. The members of that organization held a meeting last right in the Hotel Adams. They first resolved to make their organization a permanent one and gave to It the name "Municipal Water Works League." The subject of municipal water works and the con ditions that now prevalKwere discussed generally and those present were of the opinion generally that the welfare of the city and Its grr.wth and develop ment would be materially aided by mu nicipal ownership affording un ample supply cf water at a reasonable' rat'. The speakers contended that it would be ' good policy for the city to Issue bonds and construct Its own plant re gardless of what the present water works company may do In the way of Improvements. It Is their Idej. that they can have cheaper water under municipal ownership than the company can provide them and that the question will th:n be finally settled. Seme of the speakers said that instead of the fight being over it had only begun and would not be stopped till the city own ed its own plant. The debate led to the selection of a committee of five who are Instructed to appear before the city council and re quest that body to call another election to be held between the 15th of October and the l.rth of November. o If you are troubled with impure- blood. Indicated by sores, pimples, het.dach etc., we would recommend Acker's Blood Elixir, which we pell u ider a positive guarantee. It will always cur? scrofulous or syphilitic poisons and oil blood diseases. COc and $1. T. F. Hud son Pharmacy. HORNING RANCH SOLD Fine Quarter Section Go is $10,000 in Cash. for Another notable real estate t-ansac-tlon was consummated yesterday when a quarter sectloi. farm changed hands for 110,000 cash. The seller was D. D. Horning and the buyer was Edward T. Colllngs. a recent arrival here from Indiana. The property In question Is the well known Horning farm four and a half miles northeast of the city. It Is a highly improved place and is all In alfalfa. There- Is a comfortable house upon it and altogether It Is one of th finest properties near to the city. There have been several large trans actions of this kind recently, the Indi cations being that a lively movement in leal estat has now fairly com menced. There is no tendency :o boom things but it is notable that the world is rapidly realizing that with the fine prospects' r.ow ahead of this valley most anything in the way of real es tate Is a gjod thing to get holj of for there will surely be an advente all along the line. o Mrs. Wlndlg What Is the meaning of the term "saw wood?" Wlndlg That, my dear. Is a term be yond the comprehension of any woman. SO If troubled with this distressing ailment, watch for the first indication of an attack; as soon as you feel it coming on take three of Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets and the attack may be warded off. Mr. Geo. E. Wright, of New London, New York, says: "For several years my wife was troubled with what physicians called sick, headache of a very severe character. She doctored with several eminent physicians and at a p-eat expense, only to g-ow worse until she was unable to do any kind of work. About a year ago she began Ukinj Chamberlain's Stomach wncl Liver Tablets and today weighs more than she ever did before and is real well." He has since recommended these Tablets to several of his neighbors, who are enthusiastic in their praise of the remedy. Sold by druggists at 25c. per box. SSTQS r If you buy before you oti ar Chef ox type Tt is U Ideal Let us Prove it to You. , i jVnwijyM) ji.i I en M.-BV A 9 IW 4 it THE OLD . mi PiU Absolutely Pure THERE IS MO SUBSTITUTE I PERSONAL. I David Park for Denver: H. C. .Bos worth, for Ios Angeles and Miss Mabel Hughes for BruPh, Cojo, were north bound passengers on. this morning's train. Mr.- and Mrs. James Kay will go to Colorado Springs to spend the summer, expecting to return here next fall. Mr. Kay will have employment In the Broadmore hotel, where he was em ployed last season. Among the M. & P. passengers leav ing last night were: Mrs. Sturges for San Prancisce: F. H. Stanwood for El Paso; L. H. IJg!?r for Bowie; Pat O'Brien. H. J. Orr for. Los Angeles; J. F. Kelly and party. St. Louis; A. L Sumption for Yuma: J. A. Wescott and wife for Demlng; H. Grace for El Paso; W. Sheldon for Bisbee. Those registering at the Commercial hotel yesterday were: George ' W. Woy. Mesa City: J. Hv Graham, Tuc son: L. C. Judklns, Los Angeles; Geo. A. Verner, Denver; H. V. Clyner, Phoe nix: A. L. Anderson. Dayton, O.; E. B. Ketcherside, Yuma: J. R. Stitt. Fort Worth; Charles De-Land. St. Louis. Those registering at the Hotel Adams yesterday were: Dr. W. B. Purcell and wife and Dr. E. F. Burton and wife. -and Dr. W. V. Whitmore of Tuc son; M. W. Folsom of San Diego: T. B. Davis, M. D., E. W. Richardson. Wal lace Fairbank of Prescott: R. N. Loor.ey. M. D.. and wife of McCabe: W. L. Brown. M. D., of El Paso; Tom Brown and E. K. Crltzer of San An tonio; II. C. Bosworth of Denver; A. L. Sumption, William Buckingham of Los Angeles; W. Eiseman of New York; C. R. Corbin of Los Angeles: Mrs. J. S. Richardson of New York; W. T. Maddox of Fort Worth. The silver lining of a visible to the naked eye. cloud is not a typewriter investigate Cypcwritcr of tbe Day fox typewriter 0., Eta. Home office and factory: Grand Ktplds. Mich.. V. S. A. Branch offices and dealers in all the principal cilics. ff SVil TV " S' . vr i r e makitifi a ulstak (7 . m - Piter mmv RELIABLE ft HE WAS COMPETENT HIMSELF Bobby's father was breaking th r.ews to him. "How would you like to have a lit tle brother. Bob?" he askeS. "First rat." replied the your.T"ter cheerfully. Then he rellectcil a r.iir. ute. "No," he said slowly. "I gus, after all. I'd rather have a siMr. I'm a boy myr.elf. you know." New -rk Tribune. o Sick headache absolutely and per manently cured by using Mokl Tea. A pleasant herb drink. Cures constipation and indigestion, makes you eat, sleep, work and happy. Satisfaction guaran teed or money hack. 25 cents and M cents. Write to W, H. Hooker & Co.. Buffalo, N. Y, for a free sample T. F. Hudson Pharmacy. Arizona families The Hotel Rosslyn. will be suited at AS OTHERS SEE I'S. "Thanks," said the barnstorming tragedian, as a shower of hen fruit fell in his Immediate vicinity. "Now will some kind hearted person donate & ham ?" "You're It!" shouted an auburn haired gallery godlet. Rcbini arc hero drialt ires Rootbccr The rrvaust sprlnr tonic. t-V- lti- SiJJ fVTTWb. u t rfl. i 1 or lif mmll lor 2 c 3 vh i.i&?h mtinLHiic '1 or br mmll (or ceut. IT mm tmw V - m mh IHHA : USSmml