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THE AHIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATlf.il DAY MOItNINU, MAY 30, 1903.
THE BIG 4 GROUP CLOSING DAY EXERCISES HONEST LETTERS That Leave No Doubt That Fifty Years ths Standard A Bisbee Property to Be Systems tically Developed The End of the Phoenix Public School Year PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUN Has Again and Again Cured After Physicians Have Failed. Fr years, men and women in ev?ry rank anil walk of life have been pound ing the praises of Paine8 Celery Com pound, and telling of its victories over disease and death. Those wh i were most heavily burdened with disearo, victims ." suffering pronounced incur able by d.n tors, and who stood on th? brink of the grave, arc the people who most gratefully remember Prof. Phedps, (,r Pattmouth College, -the eminent physician and scientist whcj discovered l'aiiu "s Celery Compound, the medicin. that n'vcr fails to conquer blood dis cuses, dyspepsia, rheumatism, neural gia, liver and kidney troubles. Mr. F. Mai ion Sikcs, of Cronly. N. C. happily rescued from a complication of dan- women who suffer today. Mr. Sikcs; says: "For many years I suffered with dys pepsia. All that I ate did me no good, and I could find nothing that would give me relit f. Last year 1 was taken with a pain in my leg that ran from my hio to the end of my toos. I had as Rood a doctor as I could find in Wil mington, but he only save me relief for a whil I was then taken with typhoid ,ever and my family and The Rig Four group of claims will be systematically developed, work hav ing begun Tuesday morning, says the Bisbee Review. Shafts will be sunk on i the ledge now showing ore on the sur face and the owners propose to iiiiit the work substantial not oniy as pros pecting but development. The location of the ground is admirable for mineral, being situated near the Golden Era and not very far from the Copper Glance, both of which have encoun tered paying ore. The owner's are Tom Hogan, U. H. Elliott, Sam Spalding, William Edwards and Charles Rloom-ejui-U. The group consists of twenty four claims. Some very fine indica tions show in the assessment work which leads th.? owners to believe they have a tine property. The development of this property will be watched with interest by the liisbeo people as it will prove whether liiisnc.s nnu ,T:ven ur an no;. a copper exists in that section which has incna or rr.me. l ain, waiter latt. au- always been considered by the "knock vised me to try Paine's Celery Com- . crs- outside the copper belt, but on pound as I was ro nervous I could not lno other h.im, contonJo( hy hones! Stand alone. I began the USe Of the I m!,,pra ln h... n! e-erwl n dinulnr from wonderful medicine and before 1 had r -us ailments, long standing dyspep- taken half a bottle I felt like a new sia. muscular pains and after lesuits of typli.dd ffVPT nervousness, weakness1, watery blood and t'.uggish circulation, gratefully and thankfully writes for the benefit of thousands of men and man. I have now used two bottles and am today a well man and feel better than I have ."or ten years. I thank my Crjd for the use of this great and mar velous coircund." Mines and Minerals of Arizona .1 . M .i..n..i..iMi..i..;.4-;-t---"T-"t"4H" CONGRESS MINING DISTRICT the matter of negotiating for finrt class machinery, such as hoists, engines, pumps, furnaces nnd other requisites necessary to the complete eciulpment of a twentieth century plant and required in connection with mines that are i ec ognized among th. best as producers of copper bearing ores. The hauling of the machinery will v done through Red Rock station wh. r? the snipments to the camp have been its formation as any other part of the-district COPPER GLANCE PUMPS. BAK8N6 fSfiM Awarded Highs3t Kenora WsrJd's Fair K!ghc3t tssts I'.S. Gov't ChsmUii price CAKINQ POWDER CO, CNICMO A MINER BLOWN UP. WorK on the Western Group New Striae on the Alasaa. made heretofore, when activity wait 1 m?niff-;t. The transfers both ways wiii , i mean the employment cf a large force Good reports continue to come from , at Red Uo(k an(J ym tQ ine great c"M-" fe"'" . came as well as on the site adoi.ted The Copper Glance people are anx iously awaiting the arrival of their new engine, boiler and pump. The pump i-1 a J.mesville make and has a capat ity of 00 gallons per minute. The engine is being built by the Union Iron works i Flirt Accident to Happen at the Twi light Company's Mine. Tuesday evening noout 6 o'clock Vv". L. Watlman was blown fifteen feet into the nir at the Higgins property and escaped with Injuries that will not Yesterday marked the closing of the year's work in the Phoenix grammar schools and it was celebrated by all th; rooms in the various school buildings, up to and including the Seventh grade, by rhetorical and other exercises. Th-; Eighth grade pupils, who will next year take up their wark in the High school, will hold their commencement exor cises tcmisht in the auditorium of the .IIigh school building. The school system of Phoenix has grown to be an institution of saco. magnitude that details of the activities in each department cannot be fully giv en. In most cf the six school buildings the different rooms united in holding joint exercises, all being of a similar and an interesting nature. The most impressive exercises held yesterday wera in the Central building, by the South Sixth and East Seventh grade rooms, which united in the programme. The ether rooms in the building except the Eighth grade had short exercise.? and then dismissed and joined the pub lic generally in witnessing the cxercis-.s of the Sixth and Seventh, th? order of which was as follows: Song, "The South Sixth." school. Reading, "A Girl's Complaint," Gladys Jackson. Piano solo, June Williams. Duet, Mis. Christy and Mrs. Kirth hoff. Drama, "Courtship of Miles Stand ish," dramatized by Ethel Ming and J-t. Vfc The Three Ages of Man. Ia childhood, middle life and old age there is frequent need of the tonic properties that are contained in kiHEUSER-BLc... V-l AMOHif-TOAtCAMTl tiZa . SPARKLING Vf I -""ALT .i. unDC. It is nature's greatest assistant not a dark beer but a real malt extract positively helpful, non-intoxicating. Sold by dreggirta. 'Prepared only by the $2i Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n S.. LOUIS, U. S. A. Ordrra nrom pl v nilrd by MELCZER EROS. CO., Wholesale Dealers. Phoenix. lay him up for more than week. ' Ina Maddox. Cast Miles Star.Jish. llici'l iro.l woik.bi ,.i.,ji ,.. civ ,,,..i1!.lnnios.iri,tmlv .Tr.hn A l,'.n C'l-,,1.! of San Framtsco and is a model pat- I of u 03tp,,otldJ jcr.es: Priscilla. Ina Maddox; Barbara, j Meanwhile work Is Tiroeressintr i;; tho ' ... I mine. The new engine and boiler will be installed at the present shaft and tiv: present machinery moved to shaft No. i 4 which is now 00 feet deep. I t opper ore is snowing in the present workings, sr me of which will run IS per cent besides its values in gold and Filver. The showing is very encou ing. Bisbee Review. Pre3cott Courier. Wells H. Rates, Vice president and manager of the Ore Con centrating company, is in from the company's Welcome group of mines, lo cated five miles east of Congress and four miles "east of Octave. Twenty men. for the installation of new machinery. A tri-weekly stage has been re-estab-li:-hed and mails for the .camp will, go I through via Red Rock, as before. Tins arrar.s;ivfent was effected by the Im perial Mining company, primarily, for are now at work on the Welcome grou;j j .hf -,!. own t.onVpnipnc,; and more are to be rut on in the near future. The group consists of eighteen claims. The principal work has been done upon the Welcome claim. w'n:re :v double compartment shaft is down sev enty feet. The shaft is being timbered while it is being sunk. The ore is a gold sulphide, the same as that of th? A daily stage will be run direct from Tucson, leaving early next week on it:- first trip ar.J making the camp by '2 p. m., returning stages reaching Tucson at ahout the same hour. Mr. Percy Williams, superintendent in charge of the Imperial Mining coin- to walk. The injured" man's wounds Vf-re dressed by Dr. Hart, who says that his I patient is suffering a great deal of ' pain, but that he has received no per ( mar.ent lnju:iss. Wattir.an was se-n this afternoon. I He '.r. t'ria'.'le to re" on account of the ti" Litl'.e Girl,' Reading. "A Naughty Miriam Hershey. Music, Alice Red-nvill. Talk on "Teachers I have Known," Rertha Vestal. Solo, "Under the Bamboo Tree," Howard Cowan. " i dust being blown into his eyes. When! Reading. "Spoorenyke's Bicycle," l asked for the details of the explosion ; Emma Luhrs. FOR THOSE WHO LIVE ON FARM3 j ' he said: "I put in two shots, one being in hard roc k, the other in soft. I wanted" the blast in th,e hard rock to go first and always recommend it to my friends, as . hM f;hortcr tnan the other , gh.d Dr. Bergin. Pana, 111., writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow Liniment; the snort fuse first and spent some tiirej TKinv's Hffiiirs w in Iho ritv In KeeiM-:. congress, lne leoge is extensive ami , Uventv.fi vp ,nc.n who aro t0 be aa.,,.j shews up for a distance of feet. I t fho f. , - ,, n. ,,., ;,. the welcome icage cuts me ioimduo.ij,leV(1 n, work. He will return to ! reciuires no attention ana nas a porpnjry ume um h,-.- iiccj- j (he old RoQt camp toriBht. More rr.'-n ing wall and a dicrit3 dike on the Toot ; v i,, bp rofUired, but this will depend wall. Report is that fine ore Is being : entil.ely u,,on conditions at the camp, taken out. j The employment of additional men wj'l The Alaska mine of the United Gold ,(0 mpi,e k,'10..-n Ul0 ocvaKion je Mines company still sustains its repti- ni;lr,jS- tation for continuous, large and rich A short time ago Dennin I am confident there 1! no better made. ) ... .. . .u.uo. -1 befom lighting the ( ther. When I v a? live on farms are especially liable to a safe ,:lstaIll.e av,.iy x Pa whal x many accidental cuts, burns, and : thoug;1t wa.s tie first shot go off. bruises which heal rapidly when Bal- shoTtlv aftfr there was a big explosion lard s Snow Liniment is applied. Ii w hich I supposed was the shot I lighted should always be kept in the house for' aFt. cases of emergency. 2jc, 50c, and J1.00 "When I went down to the ;hol 1 at Elvey & Huletfs, the live druggists, looked frr the shot in the hard rock :inci was si a ml mrr nvep it when the ex- S..me one Iihs aptly My led the Rai y 1 ,,,nK,tn ,.,,, n-hr, ,..,, r ,h ..v.i,- c re homes. May started a vertical shaft on the Alaska claim, a distance of 1-jO feet emit cf tiii? shaft from which so much rich ore has recently been taken. After puin through some wash forniatioi. two feet of the richest ore yet Feen cn the claim wuis encountered at a depth cf forty feet, and word came in f ro i Congress yesterday that.iO.000 shares of the company stock had been subscribed for in the village of Congress. As a portion of the town is built on the group and the folks out thsre ar mine vise, it is certain that the propertijs are makins a splendid showing. o THE OLD BOOT MINE YAVAPAI TLACERS. ( Large Operation:-, on Lynx Creek and the Hassayampa. Sixty Men at WorK, The Force to I e Increased. There are several big pla er mining projects on foot in Arizona. On" of th most important of these is the enter prise undertaken ' by the Hassayampa Gold Dredging company, which, it is stated, has built a dredge at the cos' of $.19,000. and which has expended in all about $60.0uu in the preparatory work of extract ing grdd from the sand and gravel beds and' bars of the Has sayampa. in the Walnut Grove section of this county. The company has ac ' iuired more than 1,00 acres of thij placer ground, tests of which are said j to give an average value of $2.50 gold I per c ubic yard. It is raid that the oper- ations of the dredge would be very pro There is now a force of sixty men at j litable did the gravel run only GO cents t lie Old Boot who are wcrkinrr below ; per cubic yard. The working depth is the surface in opening the ground and fixed at thirty feet, although uurifer blocking out the ore, says the Tucso-i ous gravels are found ct greater depth. Citizen. This will be the method of A number of men are busily engaged procedure for months to come, it beinm in placer mining along Lynx creek, th'; purpose of the Imperial Mini ig Several big tanks have been built near company to develop their recently ac- , the top of the mountains and water is iuired properties in the Silver P.ell d s- ( being run down to wash ihe whole side trict on an extensive scale in order ' ! of the gold bearing slope. Lynx creek have an immense quantity of ore readv i has produced an immense amount of for treatment before entering upon ; placer gold in years gone by, which gold active work on the surface. j probably came from the decomjKjsed However, the company is not ccn- surface quartz ot the many gold bear fining its operations to development ing ledges which seam the mountains work. They will devote some time in ' on cither side. Ra'c yc h i u " j must iavi heen :i defective fuse It is not only f there was nleiitv of time for the ina sphere of its own regarding the fchl ts to hayo fiorl0 off jn th rjht propelling mechanism, but it al.-o enjoys OI(Jor Thf fm.( of ,h (.harff(, strlK.k the distinctive feature of beir-g the on- m. , (llo r h, . am, Jh dust hu , ly bi.y. Ie nn-de that is absolutely s.dt- . ,hi fai, . lv., ..,... MlM oiling throughout. Its crankhanger, hubs and pedals are all fitted with dust-proof, oil-chnrged magazines, war ranted to run fin entire season without uny attention whatever. Oris wold, the bicycle man, sells tin; best wheel on earth. time I was in the air and when I struck the ground." For the best private board in town go to Mrs. Cohn's, L'o West Monroe St. YAVAPAI MINING NOTES. William Nellis of Mayer was in the city yesterday. He reports development work on the Picnic claim making a most satisfactory showing, and is well satisfied with the outlook. He has thirty-five tons of ore on the dump which carries from 2 to 14 p?r cent copper and $7 per ton gold. Tivo assays from C. W. Moore and W. II. Vaughn's Telluride mine. Gran I Hotel del Coronado maintains a regu , lar agency in Los Angeles under the management of H. F. Norcross. at 200 i South Spring street, where full in formation regarding the Tent City and the hotel may be had. either by letter or by personal application. Arizona tamilies The Hotel Rosslyn. will be suited at AT CITV HALL PLAZA i St. Louis I J The Highest Triced but the "Best Zuatits. Order from Melczer Bros. Co., Wholesale Dealers. c F mrs. ida Mcdonald, Supreme Deputy of the Maccabees of the World. TT1RS. McDonald, (VI No. 477 Beaubien ' ! Street, Detroit, Mich., is a prom inent woman who was greatly benefited by the great woman 'a medicine, Wine of Cardui. Mrs. McDonald is the supreme deputy of the Maccabees of the World, and one of the most widely known women in the United SStates. Thousands of women gather to hear her lecture everywhere she goes. The great work she has done for the Macrarecs is appreciated by every member of the order. She was so ab sorbed in her work that she neglected to give her health proper care fa.iled to take warning that the symptoms of approaching kidney trouble gave her, the sallow complexion and torpid li ver. But Wine of Cardui cured her the same as it lias cured thousands of others and Mrs. McDonald lias written this letter in order that other suffering women may secure from Wine of Cardui tlio fiame relief she got from it. "For four years I suffered with torpid liver until my skin looked yellow and dull. I then found my kidneys were affected and had severe pains across my back, and Jl felt Mr. Ida HcDnnald. that 1 must do something to regain mv health. A friend advocated your Wine of Cardui treatment so strongly that I decided to try it, although I had little faith in patent medicines. I am now very thankful that I did so, for within ten days blessed relief came to me, and In less than three months I was cured, and haVe enjoyed fine health ever since. I know there is nothing better for a sick woman who wishes to enjoy per feet health and am very pleased to give my hearty endorsement." No suffering woman can afford to ignore sm h a letter as Mrs. McDonald writes. Her plans and advice have proved valuable in building up one of the greatest women's organizations in the United States and she takes t ime to give advice which she knows will help you. ... ,. Do not delay in securing this medi cine. There is nothing to gain and everything to lose by delay. The choice is before you. Will or will yon not secure relief now bv taking Wine of Cardui? All druggists sell 81.00 bottles of Wine of ('ard'.ii as well as pack aers of Thedford's Black-Draught. ite mountain district, gave values, geld Free Lecture and Tent City Eand Con ?::0.1'0. Mlver $3.13. Samples taken at j cert on Jane 10. random, full width of ledge, went gold ; J.11.21. silver 21 cents, total $31.42. This j mine is favorably situated near lasting. Kanl5,.h P. Karle, a traveling repn water and a fine tunnel site. A depth ' senta tive of the Coronado Beach com of several hundred feet can be gained ,,anv. Is at the Hotel Adams and will with a minimum expense. ! be for several dav-.. Primarily his Charles Jett came in yesterday from ,,Urpose is to meet tiv.se who cor.tem his placer claim in Spanish gulch. five ',,Iate j.c!nR. to the (.oact tili., summer, miles above Mayer, which claim he hasisnrJ Ascribe to them the many attrac been working for about five years. Thin U.,RS an(j conveniences that are offered claim has not yielded its owner n for-,fit roronado Ter.t Citv which will be Reading. "What the Little Girl Said." Gtc-11 McCrca. Sc.lo, "Only Me," "ina Maddox. A talk on "One-Half," Alma Elling son. Music, Rertha Kirkland. 'alisthenics. Seventh grade. Reading. "Farmer Gray's Photo graph," Klla Luhrs. Solo. Minnie Prince. Reading. "That Old Sweetheart ofj Mine." Ethel Minff. Quartette. "Life's Game of See-Saw." Dero Griffith. Leo Kirchhoff, Minnie i Prince and ICula Rarr. I Rending. "The Polish Roy," June Williams. Music, Johanna Christenson. "Pat's K. us ," Alma Kllingson and j Dora Ambrose. Quintette. Minnie Prince. Ethel Ming. ; Ina Maddox. June Williams and Anna Luk". ! Class prophe.-y. Ethel Ming. j "Farewell," school. 1 During the programme Miss Helen Ely read the beautiful and highly ap propriate poem written by Mrs. Down ing of this city and published in yes terday morning's Republican, entitled "Did the Children All Pass?" In the Churchill school there were short exercises and in the East End Fc hool the various rooms had rhetori cal?. About the same order prevailed in the Linville school, great attention being paid to the decorations, which were ct evergreen and flags. At the Wet End th"re were good programmes and jolly times. liTeK&iVMj mm m mm ilk evil n s . M l I 1 : H "1 v&F'?'-' "'iiir Vt Fig Brand Evaporated . Cream Purer Than Cow's Milk It is not a compound preparation, but simply the best cow's milk, evaporated to a cream-like consistency and scientifically sterilized, which frets it from a!l perms and leaves it absolutely pur:. When you buy your groceries be sure and Add It To Tour List i For richness and flavor it has no equal. It is pleasing in appearance, of heavy consistency and absolutely uniform. We originated Evaporated Cream and make ninety per cent of the world's sucplr. See that our cap label is on every can you buy. 'Tia the cap of merit the sign of honest goods. HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING CO. Highland, HI. iff). Celora Stoddard: Pcnter. Neil Mc Carthy; Mrs. Surplus, Anne Garrett; Emily. George Rail-y; Mrs. Dtbcrah Carter (housekeeper to Surplus), Grace Hilgen: Matilda Jane, Addie Rich mond; time in representation, fifty minutes. !!-! ..... .,, ... .............. PERSONAL. 5 - I -."... .". ......... ... T'c.e fillcwing r.ait.e l ,:, j.us r.5-'--cn last i-.ight's M. i- V. ; ejth-t -v 1 " itrnin: William Kcki" and J'.i:: ir- it it i!rta n rtu.lent nt tnw .! Dunne for Glolje: Vi. ter Swans a t r in Greenville, S. C. had been troubled , Sa fiord; tunc, but it is a first-class wage payer. fe.nd it is stated that Mr. Jett can make crl- one dollar an hour right along by run- opene.l on Jnne I '- - summrr seas- He will be pleaded to answer (pies- tions that may be nronounded bv anv ning his gold bearing dirt through a who call upon him or will call upon those for four or five years with a continuous The sepctacular event of the gram- cough which he says, "greatly alarmed mar schools will occur tonight, how- me, causing me to fear that I was in ever, when the Eighth grade gives its the first stages of consumption." Mr. J. XI. c r I,inl.-bu.-v. graduating programme at the High j rocker, and his number of dollars a day is regulated solely by the number of hours he cares to work. A claim of this desiring information. Another pur nose or his visit Is to bill th:- city for a fine band conceit and stereovticon lee- s;ort arrords the most independent ex- turc thal b pivcr f,.ce ( n thp (.ity istence one can conceive of. ha!I pIaza on lh( rvening of June 10. Mentionwasmadcsometimeagoc.fi Thl, t.r..crt!,inmtnt wHie u is ;lr. a rich gold strike about three miles ,.,arRcd for tJlo jolnt purpo,e 0r adver from Mayer made by Messrs. Kinsley. , ti!,irff tho T(,Ilt rily cn(1 U;p r- uit;l ,. Thornton and Franklin. Ore taken fro ' ,..,.., .: ,,.,.!,... f Ore broken mvrlt alH ,.no Ulat win b(J 0-:ij0y. claim shone ,....,,,..., resplendent in free gold. Since the dis- tr;ivp, ,uh,,r cust ,. v, st. ,,' wU, ,,e covery and location development woriv ;ias progressed on the vein with the -efcult that the ore- still holds its surface value. Should this continue to be tlv Thornton and Franklin, from the surface of the .ase. and indications are that it will, the c laim will become a front rank geld pre. Jucer. The fac t that much of th; surrounding section has been located since the discovery shows that miner: and prospectors think very wcjl of it. It is stated that the ledge is a strong one and can be traced for seven miles to Turkey creek, that one piece of ore taken from the ledge gave an assay value of JG.000 per ton gold. Prescott Courier. TOO GREAT A RISK. In almost every neighborhood some one has died from an attack of colic or cholera morbus, often before medicine could le procured or a physician sum moned. A reliable remedy for these diseases should be kept at hand. The risk is too great for anyone to take. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy has undoubtedly saved the lives of nyw people; and relieved j more pain and suffering than any Other medicine in use. It can always lc de IKMidcd uion. l'or sale by nil druggists. ,in reality a free show that s:ll will cn . joy and as a, result of which it i ex-'pH!.-d the Tent City and the railroad will both be iT-ueiitcci by thore who do travel. The Coronado Ti nt City band was crganlzed In Kansas city some time ago under the leadership of Henry Ohl ir.eyer. There are twenty pieces and each member of the band is a line mu sician. The lecture will be delivered .by Mr. A. A. Weiss, a very interesting speaker, and th? pictures to be shown with the sfroptiron in Illustration of the l?cture are views taken along the line of the Santa Fe west from Kansas City. The band travels in two special earn and will arrive here on the morning rf.tbe ICth leaving the next morning for Prr-scott. Many .iinprc-vc mcnts have been made at Coronado Ihi year all of which Mr. Earle is prepared to talk about, though the beach has bee:; a popular one in preceding seasons. Last year there were a thousand lent:; and the indica tions are now that there will be l.Cet) tents in use this jear. WINE of CARD VI A million pu (ferine women have found relief in Wine of Cardui. igjasattftiwi r na.:,f sfav-'t ar:..,'.r m HAY PBESSES The "Rawhide." a newly patented full circle horse-power hay press, sim ple and durable. As good as the best at less than half the price. Makes small, neat and compact bales. Write for circular and guarantee c.3 to work and durability. Price H'J.',i"'. . PACIFIC I.IAV " PRESS Ci .. 1?13 'enlrsl a venue, I .os Angeleg, Cal. school building. These grammar school graduates arc: Grace Idalia Dunbar. Alma Dene Macdonald. Helen Alexander, Emma A. Ricbling. V. Hazel Osborn. Margaret Xiao Hurley, Fred Spaulding, Pen Raum, Prudencei Gillum, Alice Halsey, Celora XIartIn Stoddard, Raymond P. DcXIund. Ruth Jessop. Caroline E. Rentley, Lyman D. La Tourrette, Wil bur L. .Reynolds, Florita A. Damron. Alva Crain, R. Eloise Grant, Anna Leah Irvine, Edward Ennis, XIargaret Mae bell Creager. Maud Perry, June Osborn, Neil S. McCarthy. Margaret C. Jobes. J03 T. Melczer, Rue Eberle. Alma Ma- rilla Osborne. Alexander Raker. Ruth ' Ainsworth. XIabel Norton, Earl S. ; Wiatt. Faye DcXIund. -Goorg? F. Ryers. j Charles Ludlum. Willie Simpson. Sadie E. Karles. James W. Foushee, Xt. Hazel ' DeXIund, Fred Henshaw. Pearl Leo nora Mathews. J. Palmer Irvine. The order of these exercises will be as follows: Salutatory. Grace Dunbar. Song. "Fairyland Waltz." class. Oratic-n, "Life and the Advantages of Education." Alexander Raer. Recitation. "Diamond Cut Diamond." Prudence Gillum. Recitation. "The Fate if Virginia," Maebell Crrnger. Song, "A Japanese- Love Song," Alice Halsey. Prophecy, Celora Stoddard. Valedictory, Neil McCarthy. Song. "Away to the Fields." class. Presentation of diplomas, T. E. Dal ton. president of board of trustees. After the above there will be a one act farce entitled "A Reeular Fix." for v.-hieh the following cast of characters ! ho'W it operates. has been arranged: XIr. Hugh DeBrass. Ralph Marshall: I XIr. Surplus (a lawyer), lvey Xlarshall; j Charles Surplus (his nephew), Roy Mc- I Carthy: Abe! Quick (clerk to Surplus), 'Aylma Pearson: Smiler (a deputy sher- Rurbage. having seen Chamberlain'? Cough Remedy advertised, concluded to try it. Now read what he says of it: "1 soon felt a remarkable change anJ after using two bottles of the twenty five cent size, was permanently cured." Sold by all druggists. THE NORDRACH Reautiful rcoms. screened porches: mmp.-or a l v. i. Mir. P. W. P.ll fr Mr.-. Lemke for Chica ". Th. se registering ct the H t 1 A '. .. -yr?Vrday v;ro: H. E. Armitaue c r Prrcitt: C. L. Had--i of Snnr.: J C. Hawkes. F. O. IRt.h. J. i : v I- .'. San Frar.tisco: W. A. Irake. . ' Reese of Present t: X'is. J. H-r.r W.. : of Phoenix: S. D Mere er. Mrs. I.i;-: C. Mercer ar.d Mis Mary XT.-r t-r f Omaha: W. F. Hunstcin of N'--. Y 'r; These registering at the Cc.mm-ri :il hotel yesterday were: G.ir. V.. R. -r.n of Chicago: H. ". Sterey. L. Wi i-lenh-rg of PrcP'o'.t: John P.'C-.-s ' coole?t place in Phoenix; good board. Madison. Wis.: J. P.. Sh..4 . f .'.it- 42' South Second ave. IT WAS THE PLACE. jvillr ; Mr?. J. P. Pat'.ir.g o. Mesa City i r. O. Hatch. g-T.eral r.-:.t f t c Chicr.g- : Great Wtst-rn. cr 'i;V . Leaf railroaj. with r;Tu at Sjn Pri.i ' c!fc-o. sper.t yestertiy in Fho.T.: lo ' ir.g after bufir.ces. "This this is the place whore the;, deal out liquids to wreck happy homes isn't it?" he aykod, as he tiptoed for-, o ward and leaned an elbow on the bar. j Spend your vacation In Los Ar?! "It is." was the pronint reply of tha j anj stcji at The Rosslyi Hotel bartender. : -7 ' ' " "I can find stuff here that will cause! 'GOT .MIXED, me teco heme and cive my dear wife : black eve and smash up th" ftirni- I Tfe ether day a man rushe- I i ture. , 1 "S-veral bra mis of it. sir." j "And I'll turn my children into the street, become a loafer and end my days ! in state prison?" j "Exactly, if you sive the stuff a fair trial." j I "I may even become the murderer of ! my erwn llosh and blood, e-h?" continued I the caller. - i ! "I'll almost warrant it. What'Il you j i have?" I "L"m. Let me see let me see. If you . have a glass, sir if you have a glass in , which a late customer left a small : 1 I. ' hardware stvie in h great hurry. wanted to catch a stn -t e ar. r.u 1 : "Give me a oni-copj r." "You mean a i.'p-crr..-r."' aid t ' clerk. "Ve.-, I said a !-l "rrr. Itarr; :? "Ail risht yen want a ih.hi kti ! 1 .said 'b porner. didn't I?" "No: you said p.-rp .rii. 1 ." "I did not. I said c i! ; u!:t;.-r." "Get out! You said prop oncer."" "No. sir! I said crop jx'rnor!" "Didn't!" "Did!" "Well, you might as well tali - y- a man. a. quantity of b?er you might hand it up , time, now, s..:a a man. a.-, a, - and let me quaff the residue and see . proached the excited wcul l-be p-r- it operates. If it appears to ren- 1 cnaser your cars gon-. 1 Anr mo re. Ule-,s1v desnerats . Vhati Dougr.t a corn popper aaa au-M i . the next car. means this?" j "Ju?t the usual brand." smilingly re- 1 -o plied the bartender, as he led him to j Now tha pawnbroker is la tr.R m the door and bestowed a kick where i summer supply ot winter el. tr.i'- would do the most erood. I Chicago News. When in Los Angeles cat a French dinner at Woodwards, T.T.r. Ill W. 2nd st A GLANCE Phoenix citizens going to Los Angeles fctcp at The tfcrtel Kotsslyn. Only a glance from the two bright eyes And a smile from rosy lips. And she was gone. Rut o'er the skies There came a dull eclipse. As if the day had been bereft And I In solitatde were left. Only red lip"; and roguish eyes? Ah, No' Pcneath hrr Time Was everything tn caith I pi"i'.. And in her counte ance There was that pcrUe-t love and trtut Which, brins the dead back from the dust. 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. vrral rears mv wife triiMd with T?hat r' .v x. av t-ieht nt r. fTV 1 nnnoTi. rr-w 1 ' . ot c . m - - - - B phTrici.;; called Vc-k : Wdh. of very severe character. dtorcd with ZSnl V. a!!La'n who axVeniusiast.c in their rxaise of the renedj. Sold .in c rpre-TtliO' unni lie -. ,ai.uj " - t - - . .1 . . . , -. n .1 r r tv Y .