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THE ARIZONA' REPUBLICAJT, TIIUKSDAY SIORNINC, FEBRUAKY 18, 1904.
SOUTH SIDE NEWS TEMPE The Electric Weld, The Weld The Perfect Hog and Stock Fence! No Twisted Wires to Slip ! Our vSamples and Prices Will Convince You. Tempe Hardware & Supply Co., TEMPS, ARIZONA. INSPECTION TONIGHT. It Will Bo Followed by a Grand Oys ter Supper, Given by Losing Squad. This evening will be one that will long be remembered by the memben-3 of Company C. Not only is it the first annual inspection made since the new Improvements have been made in the armory, but after the business part of the evening has been disposed of a great quantity of oysters .will be ap propriately taken care of. The adjutant general will make this Inspection, and beside tha appearance of the men. the condition of the armory and yard in fact, every thing in con nection with C company will be taken Into consideration. Yesterday an order .was Issued to the effect th-.t all mem bers of this company should present themselves at the armory on the morn ing of the 22d of February, at 9:30, for the purpose ot participating in a bat talion rirade to be held near the In dian School, near I'hocr.ix. At this pa:-ade beside C company there will be 13 company, the Normal Cadet com pany, two companies from the Indian school and the Indian school band. The future of Company C lies large ly In the attendance at this inspection and at the battalion parade, so that the presence of every member of the company on both occasions is extreme ly Important. A certificate from a phy sician will be the only excuse that will be accepted for non-attendance. As a result of the recent examina tions, with the consent of the colonel commanding the regiment, the follow ing named privates have been appoint ed to become non-commissioned officers with the respective rank set opposite their names: William Henry Wnolf, first s?rgeant: L.arrey McF. Fowman, secend sergeant; Oscar O. Penn, third sergeant; Frank Webb Criffen, fourth sergeant; Henry Fred Schmidt, musician; Jay F. War- n-r. corporai; jws w iiey t. ougnran, i corporal: Abraham Lukin. corroral; James Oscar Woolf. corporal. The above named non-commissioned TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE TO FARMERS. . Take your eggs to Goodwin Bros., nd et 25 cents per dozen and buy shoes there and save 25 per cent on your roods. Just received a new hipmeut. GOODWIN BROS. Temp, Ariz. A NEW LINE OF STAT I O N ERY Jnsl Arrived from the east at Harmer's Prescription Drug Store, TEMPE. Just what you want ! A Good Home. A. Bargain in Real Estate. A. B. TOMUNSONJempe, Ariz. A No. I Business for Sale at $6,000 Will net clear $2,000 a year, will bear Investigation. Eighty acres of fine land no alkali, wo miles from Tempe with full privl iece of water in the Tempe canal, will divide, the same to suit purchaser, t. in,, jmjniiriii. iiio.i,vc " " Also a choice twenty acre tract well Improved, with plenty of water close to Tempe. Loans and insurance. Call or write. ANDREW NIELSEN, Temp, LOAVS IVStRANCE MESA ADVERTISEMENTS. . We have a number of snaps under Highland and Consolidated canals left. 60, 80, 160. 320 and 640 acres. 20 acres, one share water, 14 mile from Mesa. Good home, nil land in ulfalfa. Trice 'new $2,300.00. And wc hav others. Pomeroy Bros. Go,, (inc.) MESA, ARIZONA. MESA HOTEL No sick taken. The comforts of visi tors made a specialty. Feed and livery in connection. Free bus to hotel.' - Geo. SchornlcK, Prop. MESA, ARIZONA. MESA THat Held. officers will take rank as such from February IS,' 1904. In consideiation of his long and faith ful service in C company, Private Chris Sigala has been temporarily appointed as acting fifth sergeant, without war rant. In consideration, of his services with the 31th I". S. V. infantry in the Phil ippines, Private James E. Martin has been appointed acting color sergeant, without warrant. In consideration of his services In the 1st U. S. V. cavalry (Rough Riders) Private John Oscar Mulltn ha b?en appointed as acting corporal, without warrant. Col. McClintock will be here this evening and will present the warrants to the newly appointed officers. FUNERAL OF MR. HUDSON. Took Place Yesterday Morning Under Auspices of G. A. R. The funeral of Nathaniel Hudson, who died here late Tuesday afternoon, took place from the Hayden house at 9:30 yesterday mcrning. Since he was a veteran' of the civil war the services were under the auspices of the Grand, Army. Several of them were present from Phoenix, and other members of that body were in attendance from this place. The sermon was preached by Rev. Tomlinson, a.nd the Interment was made at the Double Butte cemetery. Mr. Hudson was &5 years old. He was born in Yates county, Nov.- York, In 1S19. In 1352 he moved to Minne sota, and since that time has continu ally drifted west. He arrived in this territory in 'To, and has made his. home in this county and in Yavapai ever since, most of this tirr.e being spent on the South-Side, the last two years with his son, Fred Hudson. During his life In the territory his time was devcted to mining, farming and stock raiting. He was very well and ,avorabK. kn0wn h3re, and his loss ..., h deeniv felt His death was the result of la grippe with complications. He had only been -Sick for something over two weeks, but curing th-at time he had suffered un told agony, and death came as a wel come release from pain. He leaves to mourn his loss a wife Fvopv Wnman i tntprpRl! find (thonld know about the wonlrfal MARVEL Whirling Spray iThe twnttntt Hsurtum. Ilt af- it .Most conTempnu JUk your dntrttat for It. If lie rannot supply tile M.tHl KL. scr? i it no other, but Heuil stain o for illar-tratMl Nxik nim. UkIvc v j full particulars anti 'Urprlion In- I allinhle to ladies JUHVI ltO., 4 1 Park lion, Jen 1 ork. AS OLD That blood poison existed among been proven beyond question. It has thousands of 3'ears, and is as old as the Pyramids. This blighting curse has been handed down from nation to nation and from individual to individual till it has spread to all parts of the world. Contagious blood poison, as it is called in modern times, begins with a small sore or ulcer through which the virus enters the blood. This is followed bv inflam mation and swelling of the elands of I 4.1 1 1 . , . . i on iuc uuuy, sores appear in me moutnana tne throat becomes ulcerated, and as the disease takes a deeper hold and imt.itu, uc uaii auu cvcuiuvvs uiuu ored splotches, the bones and muscles ache, and it seems to the victim of this monster scourge there is not a sound spot in the whole bodv TM 1 - e a.1 ' r t i - -' iuc iiurror 01 iuis awiui aisease. can never be told. The one who con tracts it suffers in body and mind, and if the poison is not eradicated transmits the taint to his children, and Contagious Blood Poison thus becomes responsible for many of the ills of childhood Skin' Eruptions, Catarrhal Troubles, Sore Eyes, Scalp Disease, White Swelling, Scrofula and others just as bad. S. S. S., the great vegetable blood purifier and tonic, has long been recognized as a radical and safe cure for Contagious Blood Poison. It counteracts the deadly virus and cleanses and puri fies the diseased blood, and under its tonic effects the general health im proves and soon all signs of blood poison are gone. The strong mineral are so often prescribed for the disease, you have blood poison write for our special book, describing the different stages and giving all the symptoms, with directions for treating one's self at home. Our physicians will furnish any information or advice wanted free of charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. who for flfty-four3 years shared his joys and sorrows, three sons, one in California, one in Washington and' the third, Fred Hudson, is well known here, where he has been a resident for some time. BANNER TO BE PRESENTED. The presentation of the banner the TV. C. T. U. of Tempe gained as a prize at the territorial convention in Mesa for the largest gain in member ship in the territory, will take place Friday. February 19, "at the mothers' meeting in the Congregational church. Also the reception of new members. The mother's meeting will be conduct ed by Miss Holllster. a national organ izer of that society. The place of meet in? has been changed from Andre hall on account of the very serious illnesi of an inmate of the Andre's house. All mothers are cordially invited to .attend. A DECIDED SUCCESS. The entertainment given at the Nor mal Tuesday evening under the aus pices of the seniors, by Wm. Lee Green leaf, was one of the best ever witnessed at th?t place. There was not an over ly large attendance out owing to th? bad weather. It seems that every time the Normal plans anything the weather takes a hand In it, too, and usually the result is rain. If this could be depend ed -upon it would well pay the ranchers to make up the deficiency in the re ceipts at the door. This time, however, the amount taken in more than paid expenses, and thtr seniois realized a "small sum for their (rnnhto ViaqMo linvinc the satisfaction of giving the 'people an opportunity to j pee something of an instructive as we'l as pleasant nature. A BIRTHDAY PARTY. Pr. C'has. H. Jones has not yet grown too old to enjoy a birthday party, and as Tuesday was the occasion of this event a number of guests were enter tained at dinner in honor of the recur rence. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert P.urmister, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Irish and Mr. and Mrs. TV. G. De Vore. SERIOUSLY ILL. John Spainhower has received word to the effect that hi? father, J. V. Spain hower, formerly well known here, now living in San Diego, has been seriously ill the past few days, and there was a time when it looked a-s if he might not recover. He has suffered for some time with hfast trouble" and the end may come suddenly. Mr. Spainhower hs made preparations to lave on th? first train for California in oa-e he receives a, telegrarn calling him there. PERSONAL MENTION. R. D. Colgrove, of "The Hello." was a business visitor in Phoenix yesterday afternoon. There wa3 no mail here yest?rday from the east until 5:30. The cause cf the delay could not be ascertained, but it was understood that there was wreck somewhere on the Southern Pa cific. Miss Helma Andre made a trip to Mesa yesterday afterroon via a wheel. Chas. J. Saniehas was over from Phoenix yesterdry afternoon on busi ness connected with his confectionery establishment there. O. C. Smith is up from Maricopa for a few days. "Win. Goodwin transacted business in Kyrene yesterday. J. L. Morse, of Phoenix, was here yesterday. J. S. Annues. who is working for El ling Olson, fell from a wagon ye.-ter-day and in falling his hand caught on ttee rack in such a manner that the member was painfully injured. M. L. Moyeis arrived here yesterday morning from Bardwell, Ky. He is here taking in the sights and m y roi sibly locate here. A NEW TIE. Have you peem the famous Wilson Pros.' tie? They are handled by the best merchants. We hav just receiv ed a large shipment of various assort ments. HYDER BROS. It is said that on Atchison bride can give "her husband cards and spades when it comes to ante-marriage love affairs. Atchison Globe. ' AS the ancients has been traced back the eroins. a red enmUrm hrpaVc nnf , . . ' - X the blood becomes more thoroughly uui, me SKin IS SOOtten with rnmprj-n . HAD ALL THE SYMPTOMS. Sear Sirs: As a result of a serious blood disordor my blood became poisoned and I suf fered severely with Rheumatism , and other symptoms not necessary to men tion. A friend of mine told me that he had been cured of my trouble by S. 8. S., and upon his recommendation I began its use. After using: it for some time my blood was thoroughly cleansed of all poison and made pure and strong again- Iwish also to speak of its tomoprop. erties. While purgringr my blood of impurities, it - built up my general health, improved my appetite, gave me increased strength, and I felt better in every way. Iam a great believer in S.S. 8., and with pleasure commend it to all in need of a blood medicine. Yours very truly, . ROBERT M. ZWEITZIG. 538 Walnut St., Lebanon, Pa. remedies, Mercury and Potash, which dry up the sores, skin eruptions and D all external signs, but leave the stomach and digestion ruined and the system in such condition that the disease usually returns in worse form than ever. S. S. S. is guaranteed a purely vegeta ble remedy. $i ,ooo is offered for proof that it contains a single mineral ingredient. If . MESA MEETING OF MELON GROWERS. The Mesa melong giowers will meet at; the town hall next Saturday after noon at 2 o'clock. WOOL. Several cars of wool were sent to Boston yesterday. F, F. Pomeroy ' is 6howing V. A. Man-zey the vatiley today. JProf. Loper has closed the Mesa schools until Wednesday, February 24, as six teachers and eighty pupils are sick with the mumps and la grippe. SOCIAL. Erastus and Denj. LaBaron enter tained some friend at their borne Sun day evening. PERSONALS. TV. T. Smith, proprietor Of the Long Hardware company, Phoenix, and S. B. Click, of St. Louis, were business vis itors in Mesa today. Lincoln Fowler, of Phoenix, came In on the S; P. this morning to pay Mesa a visit. , J. F. Kelly and family drove to Phoe nix yesterday. Rev. P. C. Hester, of Glendale, has been spending a few daiys with Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Toole. Mr. and Mrs". H. A. Hills leave for a visit on the coast this evening. Mr. and Mr. Coggswell and Mr. and Mrs. Hoadley will leave for the Pacific const tomorrow. Phil Mets, the liveryman is aga n " d"t'. having had a touch of the la fc''i'1 - THE KNIGHT OF OLD. Confession of the Man Responsible for the Modern Historical Romance. "Don't be harsh with the modern his torical romance," pleaded a sad-eyed, long-haired genius, pushing back the absinthe bottle. "When you condemn the much abused historical romance you are condemning me, for I well I'm sort of responsible you see." He poured a little water into his tumbler and gazed dreamily at the opalescent green as it squirmed its way up from the bottom. "Not that I really ever wrote a his torical romance," he continued aftar a pause, "but I feel a certain amount of responsibility in the matter for all that. It happened this way: Once upon a time thert; dwelt In a novel I was writing' a heroine whom we'll call Evelvn. Neer mind her right name; it wasn't her fault, poor girl. ' It was a novel of modern society life, and Evelyn was a most up-to-date fiction girl tall, handsome, athletic, and at all times epigrammatic. "Well, Evelyn bubbled along happily enough for the first fifty pages or so and then I called her to me and totd her that while I hated to disturb her It was really nfcespary for the Interests of the story to have her meet the hero early ie the next chapter. "'Oh, dear!' she sighed. 'Same old hero I suppose! Tall .broad-shouldered rowed stroke oar on his 'varsity crew equally at home on the football field and ball room floor, and has a last name lor his front name. How many books have I waded through with h'm before? Still it's part of the story anl I suppose I might as well meet him next chapter us any other time. What it it to be this time; sprained ankle or rescue from drowning? " 'Neither,' I told her. 'It's a runaway Morn-ng horseback rile lose control- foot catches in stirrup dragged along ground rescued by hero just as you fall in faint. Its an old way of meeting I know, but the scenery's new the old post road just below Butteggly Manor, Torkenham. Cheesitshire. Its never been used before..' "'All right.' said Evelyn wearily. "At the door she paused and turned for a moment. "'By the way, she said, 'if worse c omes to worse. I may as well tell you now that any man can build his own1 hall of fame provided he has the: bricks and knows how to lay them. I meant to use that myself later on, but in case anything should go wrong In this runaway accident well its too good to lose and you can have your next heroine say it.' " 'Nonsense,' I said. 'Nothing's go ing to happen.' "Nevertheless I had a feeling within me that something was going to hap pen and when she had closed the door I hastily jotted her epigram on my cuff for future reference. "Dright ar.d early in Chapter IV. Evelyn, mounted on her blue ribbon mare Beauty, started forth at an easy canter. It was only page 33 and as the horse was not due to run away un til page 57, she calculated that she had plenty of time in which to make men tal comment on the scenery.. "Herreverie was suddenly interrupted in the middle of page 34 by the sound of clattering hoofs far down the road. " "Cood heavens! here's that fool hero three pages too soon," she exclaimed. "Evelyn barely had time to drive the spur deep in her horse's side, drop the reins and swoon over backwards with her foot caught in the stirrup. Ter-r-rup, ter-r-rup, ter-r-rup! " 'How now. ye scurvy varlet!" a voice thundered. "Uphand yon fair maiden or ye bite the dust!' "At the same instant Evelyn felt a rigid arm draw her- up and plice her on a horse. A moment later she was cantering off in the direction opposite that from which she had come. Her rescuer was sitting in the saddle in front of her, and that rigid arm stret ched back and still held her fast. "What a strange saddle! How cold his back was! These and othr things made Evelyn feel that her author had not told her all. Unable to control her curiosity longer she emerged from he r swoon. 'Heavens!" she gasped. "She was sitting on a pillion behind a fifteenth century knight in full .ar mor. At her cry he tiirned. It was her rescuers turn to be surprised. " 'Zounds, wench, how camst thou here?" he asked. " ' That seems a question for you to answer, sir,' replied Eevelyn haughtily. She didn't quite like that word 'wench.' " 'Oda blood and boriikins! Prithee fair lady, are you not the maiden that expected time rescue on page 52 from the toils of that, scurvy under dog Richard Now-and-Then by the gallart by the gallant Roderick Duhn? "For the first time the knight's eyes fell upon Evelyn's riding habit. He opened them wide and stared. "'Tell me, madam, what strange garb is this? Can it be that after all thou art not the fair heroine of that To j I ir'" I the , Spread of . Consumption Cure It Where It Already Exists. ments are poor substitutes for the men" icine that will stop, the smothering cough and help the consumptive to draw a full breath again. What the consumptive wants is immediate relief and to be cured. The work of the New York Journal In sending Frederick Hammann to Professor Hoff in Vienna to be cured of consumption started a vast organ ization of rescue. s After Mr. Hammann returned cured, at the suggestion of Professor Hoff he connected himself with the American Bureau of the Professor Hoff Cure for Consumption, at Tenth Street And T.hird Avenue, New York, which makes it possible for every one who addresses him to receive, free of charge, liter ature on Professor Hoffs achievements and instructions which if followed will prevent the spread of the disease and make it safe to be in contact with the consumptive patient. . Since the establishment of the American Bureau, the mortality from con sumption has been decreased. The work of Boards of Health and of physi c ians all over America has aided in it In the same spirit that prompts wide spread interest in "first aid to the injured." ' The first relief belongs to the unfortunates numbered by the hundred thousandr who actually have consumption, rather than to those who in the future may have it. American Bureau, Bendiner & Schlesinger. Third Avenue and 10th Street, N. Y. Dear Sirs I enclose two dollars for two bottles of Prof. Hoffs Cure for Consumption. My patient seems to be doing well. Has gained nearly fifteen pounds during the last three months. ' Yours truly, J. G. THOMAS, M. D., Lima Ohio. American Bureau. Bendlner& Schlesinger, Third Avenue and 10th Street, N. Y. Gentlemen- The supply of Pinf. Hoffs Cure I ordered some time ago was duly received and I have been prescribing it in selected cases with very good re sults. I enclose a postal order for six more bottles of Prof. Hoffs Con sumption Cure. Yours truly, J. A. HIRSCH, M. D., Edwardsville, III. American Bureau. Bendiner & Sc hlesinger, Third Avenue and 10th Street, N. Y. Dear Sirs Enclosed find money order for two dollars, for which please send two bottles of Prof. Hoffs Cure for'Consumption. . I am a living witness of v. bat the Remedy will do and when I cone across those that I think need it I try and induce them t try it." I have sent your pamphlets to Denver, to Phoenix, A. T., also to Hamilton. Ohio. I send for this to give it to another party to try at my expense as I am sure it will benefit her, vet she is so skeptical that I could not induce her to send for it. Yours truly, ' T. W. BAIRD, 632 City Park Ave., Toledo, O. . Professor Hoff desires hi3 cure to be in the hands of every sufferer. It is humanity's medicine. The prescription is compounded in accordance with Professor Hoffs directions and sent out by the American Bureau at Third Avenue and Tenth Street. New York, at $1.00 per bottle. For greater con venience the remedy may be had at the same price from the well and favor ably known f!rm mentioned below. The triangular trade mark of Cure must be on the label, and this is the guarantee to the purchaser thii it is the exact prescription used by Professor Hoff at Vienna. A 64-page book, containing complete descriptive treatise on the Profess or Hoff Cure, and accurate reports of several hundred cases, is mailed free on application or may b obtained by IMPORTANT Other Hoff cures not bearing this tri angular trade mark are not the authentic preparation au thorized by the American Bureau. You can obtain the genu'ne Hoff Cure at most drug stores. The great body of honorable druggists do nor stoop to substitution by selling something "just as good" that means more profit to them. The genuine Hoff Cure can always be procuured of the well-known druggists. For sale by BEN . : : .. . . . , " T1 (. at , . - , . 1 MIIJllK I 'tjll.lli. 1 ill: niti. Plume?" And prithee, madam, an thou art not, as I am begining to be lieve, who art thou then? Truly, there was such a dust and hubbub on the road that I seized the first maid that c rossed vy path without half looking, j Gadzooks! I doubt not if I had been looking, I would have seized the same maiden, be she the right or the wrong one.' "Evelyn blushed and dropped ner eyes. "' Which means that I must needs take my lady back that she may be in good season for her other rescuer? questioned Sir Roderick gazing wist fully in Evelyn's eyes. " 'I would be glad to be rescued from that other rescuer,' she said simply. "But my hero ' "' will be in time to rescue the fecond fairest lady in all England from the tolls of the dastardly Rich ard Now-and-Then,' completed the Sir Roderick! . " "But the course of true love never did run smooth. Where were this mod ern society girl end old-time knight to dwell after they were married? "The author of "The Magenta Plume' flatly refused to have his book spoiled by a flipp:iht twentieth century girl and much as I liked Evelyn I could hardly permit a knight in full armor to go clanking through my modern so "Just What I Want."! "I am nervous and run down, dr. Mclaughlin s electric belt is a popular remedy nowadays. It is the only remedy which will cure whtle you sleep. Just put it on when you go to bed, feel the warm, glowing vitality go ing into your weakened parts and, restoring their life and vigor, and not a moment's inconvenience. , And you don't have to dose your poor stomach with nasty drugs. This shows what it does. . Rupture, Rheumatism and General Debility. Dr. McLaughlin: Dear Sir- and in reply will say that the re very satisfactory. You may rem ence I stated that for some tim wearing various electric applia: far superior in make-up and eff tried. To be sure, when I consul condition, crippled, ruptured, an But I am now able to go seven mil indeed thankfvl to you for what neighbors notice the change in mend the pelt to them. Yours truly N FREE TEST I will be glad to give you a free test if you will call. Or I will send you my FREE, BOOK, with full information, sealed, free, if you will send this ad. DR. M. C. McLAUGHIN, Office Hours 9 a. m. to It is evident that actual sufferers from consumption are doing more ior themselves than anyonelse is doing for them. They are helping one an other with an ardor which is difficult for. a well man to appreciate. Tliey right ly understand that the disease is cur able and feel deeply the legislation that ?8 enacted against them. Law enact the American Bureau of Professor Hoff s calling at these well known druggists L. BEAR, AUTHORIZED AGENT. ciety novel. Their case seemed hope less. '.'Finally, however, they managed to interest a young author in their case. He had dabbed in both medieval an l modern history, and failing to make success of either he greeted Evelyn and her mailed knight cordially think ing doubtless that here at last was the chance to win fame, and which was much more to the point, to win a lit tie hard cash. "Their case was stated simply by the hero of "The Magenta Plume," who went on to exnlain the difficulties they had encountered in attempting to find a home on account of their differences in speech, manners, &c. "At first the young author was non plussed, but having nothing to lose, and a possibility of much to gain he was determined to make a try of it The wonderful success of his "Ye Strange Historie of Ye Knight of Old and Ye Modern Damsel," leaves not'n ing more to be said and we part with our hero and heroine and our modern Chaucer all overjoyed at the result. o A HARD FIT. "Hp's built in an awfally peculiar wav. Isnt he?" "Yes. the only thing h ca-n bay ready made Is an umbrella." Philadelphi Ledger. but I w'll be all right in a week." It Cures Nervous Men. CuresFemale Weak ness. ; Cures BiCk Pains. Cures Stomach Troubles. S83 State, St., San Diego, Cal. Your letter of October 30th is at hand suits of the use of your Belt have been ember that in my previous correspond e before coming to you 1 had been ces, but the one received from you is ect to anything In the line I had ever ted you, I was indeed in a very serious d within two years and a half of eighty, es every Sunday to preach! .and I am ' you have done for me. Many of my me, and I do not hesitate to recom- REV. B. BEHRENS. 129 South SprlngStreet, LOS ANGILES. CAL. 8 p. m.' Sundays, 10 to 1 SB REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVEN TION. Phoenix, Ariz., Feb. 10, 1904. By order of the Republican County Central Committee of Maricopa Coun ty a Republican County Convention is hereby called to meet at the Dorris pera house. In Phoenix, Arizona, on Tuesday, March 1, 1904, at 10 o'clock m., to select thirty-two (32) dele gates to represent Maricopa County in the Republican Territorial Convention to be held In Tucson, Arizona, on Tues day, March 8, 1904, pursuant to a call of the Republican Territorial Commit tee, and to transact such other busi- eas as may properly come before said convention. I The primaries for the election of delegates to said County Convention shall be held in the various precincts entitled to representation on Wednes day, February 24, 1904. And the pri maries shall be held in Phoenix pre cincts Nos. cne, two, three and four. nd Mesa arid Tempe, from 9 o'clock m. until 5 o'clock p. m. In the other precincts of the county from 1 o'clock p. m. until 5 o'clock p. m. of said day. The basis of representation in said County Convention shall be one dele gate for each precinct, ant one addi tional delegate for each 23 votes and major fraction thereof cast in each of said precincts at the last general elec tion for the Hon. Robert E. Morrison for Delegate to Congress. The pre cincts entitled to representation, the number cf delegates from each pre- inct and the officers appointed to ton- duct said primaries shall be as follows: Phoenix No. 1 Delegates, 12. In spector, E. W. Potter; judges, S. M. Cifllom and II. M. Chapman; clerk, George Klrkland. Phoenix No. 2 Delegates, 9. Inspec tor, H. S. Crelghton; judges, L. L. Plank and E. W. Lewis; clerk. J. E. Sturges. Phoenix No. 3. Delegates, 10. In spector, H. R. Tritle; Judges, C. S. Blaine and F. H. Parker; clerk, E. E. Ford. Phoenix No. 4. Delegates, 9. Inspec tor, S. J. McDonald; judges, Lincoln Fowler and T. J. Prescott; clerk, .Harry M. Kennedy. Tempe Delegates, 9. Inspector. J. B. Mullen; Judges, Watson Pickrell and B. Tomlinson; clerk, J. B. McNeil. Mesa Delegates, 5. Inspector, Wm. Newell; judges, John Nelson and P. B. Hughes; clerk. W. E. Dent. Schocl District No. 35 Delegate, 1. Inspector, Griggs Carr. - Alma Delegates, 2. Inspector, A. L. Cuber. Lehl Delegates, 2. Inspector, Gen. N. Tiffany; judgeB, Ben Noble and Chas. Slmpklr.s: cleik, Dan Steele. McDowell Delegates, 2. Inspector, B. F. Copple. Gold Coin Delegate, 1. Inspector, E. J. Bonsall. Verde Delegate, 1. Inspector, James Keating. Agua Caliente Delegate, 1. Inspec tor, F. P. Zepeda. Gila Bend Delegate, 1. Inspector, L. Kaltenbach. Wickenburg Delegates, 3. Inspector, J. T. Ftter. MXirrlstown Delegates, 2. Inspector. Harry Cox. Meridian Delegate, 1. Inspector, E. 1. Inspector. 2. Inspector, K. Buker. Scottsd.-ile Delegate, H. L. Underbill. Alhambra Delegates, W. L. Kelly. Glendale Delegates, 2. Inspector, V. Ei Messlnger. Peoria Delegate, L Inspector II. C. Ladd. Osborne Delegates, 3. Inspector, H. E. Miner. Fowler Delegaten,. 2'. Inspector, Frank Fowler. Johnstone Delegate, 1. Inspector, Wm. Grier. Orme Delegate, 1. Inspector. W. II. Brown. , Buckeye Delegate, 2. Inspector, .1. S. Day. Liberty--Dslegate, 1. Inspector, W. R. Blackmer. Arlington Delegate, 1. E. Chapin. Inspector, S. :. Inspector, Riverside Delegates, 2. H. V. Van Fcssen. Cave Creek Delesalrs, C. J. T. Houck. Cartwright Delegates, 2. C. T. Root. New River Delegate. 1. W. W. Cook. Inspector, Inspector, Inspector, Isaac Delegate, 1. Inspector, Frank Davis. School District Nr. 7 Delegate, 1. Inspector. J. W. Canning. Schocl District No. 14 Delegate, 1. Inspector, C. M. EHer. School District No. 31 Delegate, 1. Inspector, Rcy Clayson. The place for holding paid primary election ifi the various proclnd.i shall be as follows: Thoenix Precinct No. 1 CarportT shop southwest ccrner Second streel and Adams. .. Phoenix Precinct No. 2 No. 210 West Washington street. Phoenix Precinct No. 3 No. 2d9 West Washington street. Phoenix Precinct No. 4 Fulwiler's Auction Store, South Second street, op posite the City Hall. And in the other precincts of the County in such places therein as shall be designated by the inspectors of said precincts prior to said election. JAMES E. BARK, Chairman. JNO. L. . BURROWS. Secretary. TAFT'S FIRST LETTER. The first letter received by Secre tary of War Taft after taking the oath of office was the following: To the Secretary of War. Sir: The enclosed questions are addressed to your conscience as a pub lic officer. Unless you can answer them in the negative you should immediate ly resign From A COMMON OR GARDEN LAWYER. Inclosed was a patent medicine ad vertisement clipped from a newspaper. Beneath a picture of an insomnia pa tient were the following questions: How is your' digestion? Is your stomach weak? Does it subject yon to Inconvenience and distress and dis tmb your resk at night? Does indiges tion acquaint you with the horrors of Insomnia? The letter was written on official war department paper, and the hand writ ing was that of former Secretary of War Root. . o LACKADAY, LADIES! Cowblgger Did the Women's" clubs have a hriimionious convention? Merritt No. The only time they got tcgether was when they were having; their pictures taken. Judge.