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THE .ATtlZONA REPUBLICAN, - TUESDAY MORNING JULY 14, 1903.
3 Arizona lor Arizonlans REf3 BaKing Powder THE BEST THAT CAN BE MADE STPICTLY PURE HKH-GRADE A PURE FOOD ARTICLE Honest Goods-Honest Price Hoe Industry life. Co. Tempe, Arizona Southern California All Arizonlans are cordially invited to visit this f.tore wl;ile In Ix)s Angeles. It is a sight you'll remember when a need for anything of the kind turns up. MADE- TO ORDER FURNITURE. No matter whether it is a single spe cial pi?ce for the home, or matched s?ts for lodge rooms, clubs or institutions, wc can execute the order to your sat isfaction. 1 No other house in all Southern Cali fornia is equipped to make special de signs in really high-class furniture. All correspondence will receive the prompt and careful attention of a member of the firm. Los Angeles Furniture Company 225-29 South Broadway. LOS ANGELES. Opposite City Hall. 1HERE ARE MANY IMITATIONS ..BIT ONLY ONE.. RUBEROID ROOFING B-'Udlngs crvied coolei in summer than when metal or composition anu i nnaranteed to resist the severest expan sion and contraction. roofs. If your dealer pies and prices. 'ks. nnin. nnUu Ruberold,' stamped BLAKE, MOFFITT 6c TOWNE Low Angclew. Cnl. DIAMONDS Special this month A Beautiful Solitaire, mounted in S 00 00 latest design big inducement V VU.UU Finn rt Watch Rtnairin?. O- HBAUTH IS WEALTH. The Ktielpp Water; Cure. Osteopathy. Hydropathy. Naturopathy. Electric. Electric Light, Steam and Vapor Baths. Scientific Massage. Swedish Movement. The latest German and Swedish treatment for Gout, Rheumatism, Nervous and all Chronic Dis eases, especially female diseases; also appendicitis. NO DRUG! NO KNIFE! The Naturopathic Institute, 417 West Fifth Street, phone joseph 49si. LOS ANGELES, CAL. DR. CARL SCHULTZ, Nat. Phys., D. 0. HOTEL PORTSMOUTH (Cafe A modern brick building, delightfully located opposite Central park, on South Hill St. Central, finely furnished, clean, convenient Ht and cold wa ter In all rooms, private baths, fine public baths. Rates. $1.00 to $3.50 with special weekly and montUy rates. Cars m " m m rm m i 3 ' e-O- G00DLEVIfJ(7 The Prettiest Cafe in California Large, airy, luxuriously furnished Private Dining Rooms or Second and Third floors. The leading Orchestra of the city furnishes music during the Dinner and after Theater hours. The best the market affords, and the service unexcelled. We want the Arizona trade. K05TER (SL LONERGAN, Props. I Mines and Minerals : of Arizona ALL KINDS OF COLD Caught By a New Placer Machine at Dos Cabezas. Dr. J. Byron Sloarie, president of the Dos Cabezas Gold Mining company and shareholder In the Nebraska Gold Mi ning: company. Informs a Range News representative that the new placer ma chine recently Installed in Gold Gulch was started Wednesday morning and several tons of placer dirt put through with good results. The rate the ma chine treated the dirt on her trial run was about equal to 100 tons per day. To tefft the machine the surface dirt was run through and quantities of ilower gold extracted. Here is where this particular machine out does any other placer machine ever put into operation it saves the fine or tlower gold which is ordinarily lost In working placer dirt. The machine catches on the riffles in the sluce way all the gold that has been able to catch in placer dirt, and every particle of fine or flower gold Advertisements "With RUBEBOID are 50 per cent Equally adapted to flat or pitched does not carry it. write 10 us ior Bam twnrinir the Reelstered Trade Mark. across the roll about every 4 feet." WUERKLR, zzs s. bpnng; m. Dake.) 219-22? WEST 3PjST.) LOS ANGELES, j which has always been lost by other methods of mining, is taken up and paved by this machine. Being only the surfa.ee dirt which was run through on the start not much gold was expected as everyone thought the operators would have to dig down to richer dirt, but gold could plalnlly be seen to be gathering on the rollers be fore the machine had been running ten minutes. This surface or poor dirt, was a severe test, as it haa never been known to be handled by placer ma chines, when It could be gotten out of the way. This surface dirt will yield from $1 to $10 per ton in tlower gold, when In the ordinary placer mining no trace would be found. This will give one some idea of the bonanza the op erators have cornered. Mr. Fred J. Hoyt. the inventor and patentee of the machine, was on the KTOund nii wax highly elated ove-the results obtained. He has had other machines working on other placer ground of gravel formation and their success was the same as this one has proved Itself In treating the clay, adobe and gravel formation, which is to be found in Gold Gulch where the present machine is located. Dr. Sloane will leave the fore part of next week for his home in Detroit. Mich., where he will report the success of this machine to the stockholders of ttu Dos Cabezas Gold Mining company and the Nebraska Gold Mining com pany. The former owns the ground and the latter the machine. It is the Intention of this company to operate machines in other placer dirt wherever It can be obtained. UEWAIJK OF OINTMENTS FOR CA- TAKHH THAT CONTAIN MER CURY, as mercury will surely destroy the senna of smell and completely deranpe the wholo system when entering it throuph the mucous surfaces. Such article should never be used except on prescrip tions from reoutahle nlivslclans. as the damufre they will do is ten fold to the rooI you tan possibly derive from them. llall s Laturrn Cure, manufactured ty j-. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the Mood and mucous sur faces or the system. In buying Hulls f'atarrh Cure l sure you get the Pennine. It Is tak-n internally and Is made In lo- l-do, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testi monials free. SnM by lni?(rlts. price "'. per bottle. Hall's Family rills are the best. WASIIABtE ELASTIC STOCKINGS When we state that by reason of specially cured rubber our goods can be boiled without Injury and In fact prolonging the life and usefulness of the stocking, thus permitting the same cleanliness as with other clothing, you will realize, that they are more desira ble and better adapted to the Arizona climate than any other. We Warrant Them to Out wear Two of Any Other Make. Each one Is made fresh to measure, and fit guaranteed. None genuine without our "Monogram" trade mark. Illustrated pamphlet and a good lin en tape measure mailed free. The V. W. Sweeney Company 421 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. HOTEL CLARENDON. Select Family and Transient Hotel. American or European Han. 408 South Hill Street. - Los Angele?, Cal. Telephone Red 3851. Room Flnple or En Eulte Home Phone 2491 With or Without Private Baths Sunret Phone Free Public liatho Brown lUfe'J Hot water all tbe lime TT flTF.L TOHNlVON la t. Fourtn M.. one door tasi oi Westminster Lot Angeles, Cal. J. MILTON ri.ECK, PROP'R Kates Reasonable. Bv J'kv Week or Moulh HOTEL CORONA N. E. corner Tth and Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. Summer Rates. Hotel Colorado LOS ANGELES, CAL. An elegantly furnished family hotel. (Rooms only). Best beds In town. Rooms single or en suite. Everything new. Rates $2.r0 per week and up. One block from Central Park. C21V4 S. Broadway. NEAR S. P. DEPOT. NEW HOUSE. NEW FURNITURE. THE AV0NDALE. Rooms at Social Summer Rates. D12 Crocker St.. Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. Ida Markham, Propr. Phon 2603. Hotel Savoy MRS. A. E. BARTRAVt, Mgr. 405 Scath Broadway, Los Angeles.Cal. Opposite Chamber of Commerce. THE WEID. 7C1 So. Main St., Los Angeles. Opposite P. O. Sunny rooms by day, week or month. Transient rooms at reasonable rates. Mrs. J. M. Wheeler, Prop. 1S:,4. The Oldest Business Samuel Manufacturer and dealer In Blankets, Whips, Lap Robes, Saddles, Telephone Green 1724. 315 N. Los Angeles St. . . MOHAVE COUNTY MINES Nw Deals and Nw Finds, With Flat ttring Future Prospects. Humor has It this week that the Pil grim group of mines owned by Demp sey & O'Dea, has been sold for an Im mense ilgure. Operations have been suspended at 'he El Dorado Canyon mines for the mmrntr and will not resume until the lrlddle of September, on account of th- extreme hrat down there. Jon Kay and Wife, of Mineral Park, an- tald to be taking out fine native coppor ore from some of their mines at the Park, and expect to make a ship i n-r.t toon. Frank Hunt, who went to Gold Road last week, writes a friend here that he has succeeded in bonding a mine own ed by himself and others in that rich district tc some San Francisco parties for .',000. "'hob. McGraw and partner have tak en a lease on the Argo mine on Sher- um's peak, owned by Thos. McNeely, ard have a couple of men at work. Louis Cuzinoof the Park, vas In town Thursday. He informs us that he has encountered very rich ore In his Mexican mine in Union Basin, and that he is about to form a corporation with Los An?eles people to work the proper ty. TSviv Is a rumor that the Minnesota- Conner will resume operations In a shoit time. This property Is too Valu able t- lie idle for any length of time, and wWn It resumes there will be Eomethiiig doing according to all re ports. A. M. MacDuffee has been out to wards El Dorado Canyon a couple of times during the past ten days making examination of some mineral ledges, and taking samples. He made about forty assays the other day, but we did not learn results. F. V. Thels has made an Important strike In the Silver Age, located near the Minnesota-Conner. The ore streak Is large, running over 2C2 ounces In sil ver and 67 per cent lead. This kind of ore will net $3,000 a carload, and the lucky owner will make a nice little pile out of the new ore bHly he has opened up. Mr. Thels Is a worker and deserves his good fortune. L. Hoffman, president and manager of the Chloride Gold Mining company, op erating the Samoa and 4th of March mines at this place, has purchased 'Ja pack train of burros and in future the ore shipments, which amount to over a carload a month, will be packed direct ly from the mine to the depot Instead of to the landing from where It has formerly been moved to the depot In wagons. Mr. Hoffman is building a corral at the depot, where the pack train will be kept. He Is also erecting a platform the height of the car floors in order that the burros may be un loaded directly Into the cars, thereby greatly reducing the labor of handling the ore. Chloride Arrow. GLOBE MINING NEWS. J B. Coplen, of the Pacific Mining & Metals company, accompanied by his family, arrived from Tucson last week, to remain for some time. Mr. Coplen is having the assessment work done on a number of mining claims recently acquired by his company. Dan Callahan returned to Globe last week from a protracted absence In Tonto basin, where he has been en gaged in prospecting and mining. Dan has a gold claim near the mouth of Gun creek, which he says has all the indications of making a paying mine and he expects to return to It before long to resume development work. J. A. Tucker has been awarded the contract for 100 feet of tunneling on the Yo Tinbien mine. Pinto creek, at $10 per foot and will begin work within a few days. The tunnel which Is a few feet above the level of the creek Is now In about 250 feet. It is the Intent! n of the Pinto Creek Mining & Smelting company to drive this tunnel some s.00 or 900 feet farther to cut the ledge and connect with the shaft now being sunk and which Is now over 400 feet deep. Frank Beston, who has charge of th San Carlos Copper company's property on the Gila, came In from camp Ip.st Friday to spend the Fourth nd re mained until Monday. No work is be ing done on the property at present, pending a legal contest for title to i portion of it. Silver Belt. Bathing suits will be shorter before long. Philadelphia Record. KEEPING PROMISES Phoenix Appreciates Always When Promises Are Kept. Every time you read about Doan's Kidney Pills you are told they cure ev ery form of kidney ill. from backache to urinary disorders. How are our promises kept? Ask any citizen who has tried the treatment. Ask the man who makes the following statement: H. T. Dlehl, miner, of 158 E. Alameda St., Tucson, Ariz., says: "My experi ence with Doan's Kidney Pills proved that they are everything claimed for them. In the month of February, i:02, I first felt a slight pain across the small of my back directly over the kid neys, probably caused by a cold set tling in those organs. It was not seri ous, but It ptruck me If neglected it might lead to future trouble, and read ing one night In a Tucson paper about Doan's Kidney Pills my daughter went to Martin's drug store for a box. I took them as directed and when I had com pleted the treatment the pain In my back disappeared. I was so surprised at the prompt and efficient relief given by Doan's Kidney Pills that I recom mended them to a number of my ac quaintances and even went so far as to mail a box to a friend of mine llvins in Oro Blanco who had kidney troubI." Just such emphatic endorsement can be had right here in Phoenix. Drop into the Brls'.ey Drug Co.'s drug store and ask what their customers report. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents per box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y.. sole agents for the Unit ed States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. House In Los Angeles. C. Toy 1854. Saddlery, Harness, Leather, Horse Silver Inlaid Spanish Bits and Spurs. Los Angeies, Cal. THE OLD RELIABLE Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE MINING NOTES. E. E. Bethell came over from Du- quesne yesterday and on the way stop ped at the camp of Rhodes and Blom berg, who are working on the Sham rock and Red Lily mines. He says that these properties are showing up won derfully. They panned out a number of pans of the rock and all showed gold In Urge quantities. Mr. Bethell has an Interest with the boys, and they are rure that they have sruck it rich. No gales Times. Last Monday evening. Dr. W. F. Chenoweth and Colby N. Thomas, gen eral manager of the Nogales Copper company, which ownes the great gold mines at Cerro Prleto, Sonora, Mexico, returned from a business trip to the City of Mexico. They spent two days and a half at Mexico's beautiful capital city and report having had a most de lightful and succeFSful visit It is with pleasure that The Yldette can now an nounce that all real and Imaginary troubles, regarding the titles to the Cerro Prieto mines, have been adjusted and the Nogales Copper company Is now and always will be In undisputed possession of the properties they recent ly purchased for the princely sum of 1600,000. Nogales Vidette. o The best climate In the world Cor onado Tent City. And It does not cost you a fortune to live there. Fine Mexican carved work on belts. etc., at Porter's 142 E. Washington St. COLD BLOODED MURDER Mexican Killed by Countryman at Metcalf, Ariz. Metcalf, in this county, was the scene of a cold blooded murder last Sunday morning, the assassin lying in wait for his victim, as he climbed the trail to the Shannon mines on his way to work. Deputy 'Sheriff Ptralta arrived In Solomonville on Thursday and landed the murderer in the county jail and from him the Solomonville Bulletin learned the particulars. The man who was waylaid and kill ed was named Petronilo Balles and at the time of his death was on his way to work at the Shannon mine, climb ing the trail. In full view of almost all the inhabitants in Metcalf. He had proceeded only a short distance when his assassin fired upon him from be hind a rock. The first shot missed, but as Balles turned and faced the rock, the assassin f.red again and Balles fell mortally wounded, and died within 24 hours. The killing occurred In full view of a number of people. Deputy Sheriff Peralta was Informed and with in one hour was In pursuit. The slayer traveled In the direction of Harper's ranch arid after a chase of six miles he was captured. Before dying the wounded man stated that seme vyornan knew all about the trouble between him and Jose Amaya. his assassin. o The Los Ange'.es office of Coronado Tent City 1? at 200 South Spring street, and H. F. Norcross Is agent. Write to him and learn how reasonable the prices are at Coronado Tent City. Capitol Mills Town Talk flour Is made of the best Kansas hard wheat. CHARLESTON CUTTING SCRAPE Mariano Gonzales Carves up a Fellow Countryman. A special to the Bisbee Review Fri day night states that a cutting affray took place at the little town of Charles ton, near Fairbank, Thursday, In which Luis Montez was dangerously wounded by a knife in the hands of Mariano Gonzales. The recovery of Montez Is doubtful. Gonzales was taken to Tombstone soon after the fight, and is now lodged In jail pending the out come cf Montez condition. It Is possible that a charge of murder will be lodged against the prisoner, as Montez Is badly cut in several places. It could not be learned what precipi tated the row. Charleston Is a little abandoned smel ter point on the line of the El Paso & Southwestern railroad, and Is princi pally inhabited by Mexicans. o AT NEWPORT. "Dearest," queried the young man, with a scanty income, who was will ing to make the matrimonial plunge, "do you believe In lovo in a cottage?" "Sure thing!" answered the beautU ful summer work of art. Then added, as a sort of afterthought: "That Is. If It happens to be a cottage by the sea." Chicago News. . o THE REAL ADVANTAGE. "The subway will be a great bless ing." "Why, for instance?" "It will enable us to dodge the auto mobiles.' VLlfe. o The styles have changed In Kansas City again. A man has been arrested because he refused to pay for having grease put on his hair, as the barber used vaseline instead of bear's grease. One cannot be too particular in Kan sas City about little signs of the proper modes. 190,000 ACRES SIGNED Board of Governors Gives Four Days . of Grace. Yesterday was the banner day In point of acreage signed to the articles of incorporation of the Water Users' association, the total for the day being 9,900 acres and the grand total now- being approximately 190,000 acres. Dr. A. J. Chandler on Saturday signed a tract of nearly 10.000 acres that has not been considered in the dally estimates, as it has been In process a long time and its reception in one large block having been' previously assured. Count ing that In Saturday would be the big day. but it might have been applied to any day during the last month so far as the Intention of signing It Is to be con sidered. With this tract the total for Saturday and Monday was about 23.000 acres. Thus far about 3,000 acres under the Tempe canal has been signed in the office of the Water Users' association. and It is known that the solicitors on the south side and the Tempe banks were also receiving many contracts yesterday, though no reports had been made here last night. The board of governors held their regular Monday meeting yesterday at which careful consideration was given the situation existing In Tempe. The board was fully informed as to Saturday's meeting, and while It deplored the fact that no de cided action was taken on Saturday it felt that it would hardly be a charita ble spirit to adhere rigidly lo their an nounced intention of closing the books last night. It was clear to all that many were looking at the association In a new light since Mr. Davis' visit there and many are honestly consider ing the advisability of signing up who previous to Saturday had fully decided not to do so. Still they were unable to all of them sign up yesterday even had they been so Inclined, and the board took the ground that one more demonstration of its magnanimity could work no injustice on those al ready signed and would prove abso lutely that it had no desire to shut Temps out of the association even though there is now more land signed than the government can accept. A resolution was therefore passed that the books be kept open till 6 o'clock Friday right. Another resolution was passed In the interest of non-residents and those who are sojourning away from home, providing that all contracts received by mail bearing evidence of having been completed and mailed by Friday night would be received and en tered up on their arrival. Many such contracts were received yesterday and probably will be every day this week. It is estimated that there are about 10,000 acres yet in small tracts throughout the valley that ought to be signed, and it is expected that if the Tempe people do as was indicated by several of them yesterday, about 10,000 acres more will be received from under that canal system. That will bring the total area by Friday night up to 210,000 acres and possibly to -215,000 acres. It should be borne in mind that these resolutions of the board have been pasFed entirely for the benefit of those who should have signed before and only, for the reason that It is the fur therest from the association's inten tion to withhold from any man in this valley anything that can work for his happiness and prosperity hereafter. And another and an important point Is that this is absolutely final. There can be no further postponement even if some might desire it and for this reason. The board of governors will not meet again till next Monday, and before that time the legal time will have expired. There can be no further dallying with the powers that be, for even they have exhausted all their re sources; have removed every obstacle and still Invite peopla to come in with lands that so far as the association is concerned cannot Help its work along a particle. It Is borne constantly in mind that the work Is a public one and It Is the people who should have all the possible benefits. To the secretary of the interior and his advisers will fall the unpleasant and arduous duty of trimming down the over-subscribed area to the Irrigating capacity of the reservoir. There is a general feeling that old lands are to chosen first if situated advantageously, and it may be that some of the latest to sign will fare better in the trimming process than some who have long ago given their acreage to the association. The only possible benefit that can now accrue to the association from increased area is the fact that through it some of the fl'oops toy. Now and again there is an item in the newspapers concerning the birth of a puny baby so small that a quart cup iiolds it comfortably. If the article told all the facts it would probably tell also of a mother who in weakness and misery had looked forward to the baby's advent with shrinking and fear. To have fine, healthy children the mother must be healthy, and it is the common testimony of mothers that the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion not only pro motes the mother's health but also gives her strength to give her child. "Favorite Pre scription " accom plishes these results by tranquiltzing the nerves, promoting a healthy appetite, and giving refresh ing sleep. It increases physical vigor and gives great muscular elasticity, so that the baby's advent is practically painless. It is the best of tonics for nursing mothers. "I gladly recommend Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription," write Mrs. J. W. G. Stephens, ot Mila. Northumberland County. Va. "Before my third little bov wat born 1 took six bottles. He is the finest child and has been from birth, and 1 suffered Very much less than 1 ever did before. I unhesitatingly advise expectant mothers to use the Favorite Prescription.' The dealer who offers a substitute for "Favorite Prescription " does so to gain the little more profit paid on the sale of less meritorious medicines. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, containing iooS pages, is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense o.niailing only. Send 31 one-cent stamps for the cloth-bound volume, or only 21 stamps for the book in paper rovers. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf falo, N. Y. bare places in districts already gin-T ally signed may be wiped out. Among those who signed here yeter day was Henry Slosser. one of the fed erals of the old-line opposition ar.4 no- a light-hearted convert to the new or der of things. Mr. Arthur P. Davis ddrrssd th hoard of governors yesterday at wn length, defining what h believe thv government's policy will be in th al lotment of shares. He left on Ust night's M. & P. train far GU.be. anJ will go from there to the reservoir ba sin. The work there will probably de mand the mcst of Ms atteitnon from now till the Tonto dam In either but'.t or the project abandoned. o Women and girls who have been un fortunate and are In need of a h and friends can find them by addres lng Crlttenton Home. Highland addi tion. Phoenix'. Arlzcna. The management of Eastlake Park Rath House has secured the ervl-e of Mr. Charles R. Dobsn. the rioteJ swimmer of the Pacific cuast. as I rn -mlng Instructor. Some of the shirt waists make bath ing suits look very modest. New Tork Press. St. Louis MM'Q "BEERS The Highest Priced but the Beet Quellty. AUicxcr Bros. C.. VYhoWtalt Dcakr. PARK THEATER. F. W. STECHAN. Manager. The. New CIRTISS COMEDY COMPANY FIRST HALF WIEK the double 101 A PAIS OF LUNATICS and SNOWBALL. Last Half Wtik " LDTW00D" VV. J. MURPHY Real Estate, Insurance. Loans. 102 West Adams Street. LAM SON BUSINESS Phoenix, Arlzonn, Summer Term Now Open. Should remember that students rr.r enter at any time. FIFTEENTH YEAR opens Sept. 14. 1902. Bulnr Course, Shorthand Course. Common Branches. Send lor catalogue. nil j. i iwimiuni i Cereals. Mothers Crushed Oats FOR BREAKFAST I Always Fresh t and Sweet E. S. Wakelin Grocer Co. 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 m