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HE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY 3IORNING, MAY 8, 1904. Southern California Advertisements ONLY S.g PER LOT DOWN AND A PER MONTH. We are selling quart er-acre Pasadena Villa Tract lots for Jl down and i per month until paid . JT'r.P"1" 'O,sro ""Questionably a good Investment. We are now selling at $90. but the price wi C150. The new Pasadena Short Line, the Monrovia and Alhambra electric railwavs now run froi for: no Interest, no will soon be raised to lMislness Center of I, os Angeles City In only Fifteen Minutes. Such rapid transit Is bound to make our quarter acre villa lots soon sell for over $300. Two more electric lines will soon run through the tracts THEY HAD TO COME Tat Berries Which Were Advertised To Be Sold Yesterday. . - ,. w.. . , 1 Vr -r- ,r- ysjt,.' , f 'uv PTP j&P cZSjiSt (U n 5 :-- '.vi'lii H-iS $ $25,000 Free'Methodist CollegeNow Being Built on That Part of the Pasadena Villa Tract Sold by Us to Ralph Rogers. eer. slMn the iuxu?io1,, oUrUn rS bHth 8ldes of the new nuntlngton double-track electric railway. As the pas.en c "riaiei of thi wel Uhl rTmntS I un-CuVer. seats looking out through plate-slass windows, they will sea the f?ark Ind running tn 1L?&ZK 0,ver the grandest bourevard In America. Starting from beautiful Kastlnk- liSed w?th tree, Si. Mtlie' H '."l then run throufrh sweet-smellinR orange proves and alons? avenu s way" 7cam?M dil ReVr whlnh Ihl cUcV "win Ranch and on to Monrovia. It will indeed be the -King's U gh San Gabriel tS the 1?r of oSn' 'fi! P!dre!5 a. century ago proposed as they rode in ox , a.ts from Mission road U completed frm T Sv, A nf iJ,he Anfe,sW il ia c?minK- It cannot be stopped. The Huntington fcleoir C f?ora all ow the S to dn nr ? J1inrOVi,a- The grand boulevard will positively follow. People will comi t dsVand boulevard will tvepi S Jinnfr,3tcr' Wlth tne h(nutJf"1 serra Madre .Mountains coveVed with snow' Slorlfus sunshine of cithern rl?rJ .pv5 flf0WerB' ?ran"PS and pretty homes of happy people, basking In th fiifi- . J ? ?outnern canrornia. The famous boulevards of Southern France will not emial it Th vinV'I J 1?? fXPm Anele to Monnrovla will be the finest boulevard In Tthe world and th s rLlon will alwa hi th 'Paradise of America." Take advantage thereof and buy lots in the coming Residence !ub7rh of lios A5e "e. The Beautiful Pasadena Villa Tract ONLY S90 FEB LOT. Only Fifteen Minutes'from the Centsr Of Los Angeles. ON THE "HUNTINGTON SHORT LINE" Three Electric Railways now Running Through the Tract. Rapid Transit Double Track. ONLY $90 PES LOT $4 Down, $4 per Month. No Interest. No Taxes. AMONG OUR PURCHASERS ARE THE FOLLOWING LEADING CITIZENS : an Aefonap SSSSVTS? S'iSb&fiSX" OMorntasF. If. Dixon, e.-tate Harbor 25 GUARANTEED INCREASE. For $4 down r. $4 per month until pal 1 for, we will ell you a regular I'asadena Villa Tract Lot, full size 50x150. facing- on 800-foot avenue, subject to the following guarantee from us: If at the expiration of one vear from purchase, this S901ot is not worth I2.r or 25 p-r cent increase based on the price at which our corps of sales men will then b? selling similar lots, we will refund all the money you hfive pail us, with G per cent Interest ad ditional. If you should die at any time before payments have been completed, we will give to your heirs a deod of the lot without further cost. If von shoulJ lose em ployment or be sick you will not forfeit the land. We Select Good Lots For Non-Residents. 25 years ago Pasedena was a sheep pasture. What a grand transformation has been wrought! It is today the finest all-year-round residence section in the world. A similar change will take place at the Pasadena Villa Tract, which is five mileB nearer "Los Angeles' business Center. Tt is as bound to toccur as the sun will rise tomor row. The entire retlon between Pasadena and Los An geles is bound to build up into a solid city. Our Restrictions Are: No Saloons, No Shanties, No Factories. Purchasers are not compelled to build, but If they do then they mv.st erect attractive looking houses, there be ing no dollar limit. Orders by mail or telegraph will be allotted according to time received at our office. Remittances should be sent by Express, Postal Money Order or Bank Check. It is admitted on all sides" now that It inys to advertise and that it is fatal not to advertise. Succe.-s:ul ad vertisers rlso understand that th? ad vertisement must be welf backed; Wmt the public may be assured wh?n it se.9 an advertisement that the facts contuin ed therein are true. Explanations of failure to make the advert'.Hement pood are seldom convincing; and they are never satisfactory. No kini of a failure can be satisfactorily ex plained oway. All this Is understood thoroughly by the people of McKee's Cash store. Yes terday morning The Republican ccn tnlned an advertisement cf McKee's Cash store stating that 3000 b7Ts of strawberries would be sold there yes terday at eight and one-third cents a box. Everybody wanted strawberries at that price and everybody reads The Republican. Therfeore, McKee's store was filled all day by crowds clamoring for strawberries. J'.ut there were none there, or anywhere else in town." It was learned that the train ftom the coast which was bringing- the ber ries in was late and that it would not arrive at Maricopa until 4 o'clock yes terday afternoon. There was only one way by which the berries could be brought to Phoenix and that was by a special train. The company natur ally did not want to run a sepecial to Maricopa Tor 1000 boxes of strawberries. Hut C. V. McK.ee had contracted by his advertisement to deliver those ter ries to his customers. It is trua that it was a one-sided contract in the be ginning, but the instant the first cub- THE CORINTH 211 1-2 C. Fifth St. I OS ANGELES An excellent homelike house where Ari zona people will be. particularly welcomed and well cpred for. It's a new l u liing. newly furnished. Everything cltan and inviting. Kaths, telephone, etc. Near business center, theaters and restaurants, and but few minutes' ride from S. P. depot. Rates, $2.50 per week, up. Tran sient 75c to $1.00 a day. Mrs. M. IT. Cxk. STAMMER. ? We are cured: let us cure you. No DRAWL. SING SONG or TIME BEAT. Our specialty is the Science of Speech for Stammerers. Send for booklet, testimonials, and high in dorsements. Natural Speech Academy, 1032 East 28th St. Los Angeles. Cal. SUMMER RATES. HOTEL ALVA R A DO. OVERLOOKING WESTLAKE PARK. 2 . i. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, MAPS, ETC.. ADDRESS CAR.LSON INVESTMENT CO, 114A SOUTH BROADWAY LOS ANGELES, CAL. 1 LOS ANGELES. I The newest, modern and most dfs'rjbly located tourist and family hotel in the city. Special attention paid to Ari7oni 1 guests. Corner of Alvurado and Six h I streets, owned and operated by Southern California Motel com pan v. W. H. COKW1N, Pres. and Manage.'. A. M. BROWN, Secretary. THE NEW COftON ADO. HOTEL L05 ANGELES 1 i .-y -v.. . . . u J - "tj- M t ' 1 j(fi f I il SSL V Y ui Tr The most select famL. u.'iol in l.os Angeles, situated on the highest point In Westlake district overlooking th. city, on the corner of Wilshire boulo vard and Coronad reet, containing fi fty rooms. Is built on the Moorish style, and is lighted by a beautiful ope n court in the center, making all rooir.s light and airy. All bay window rooms. Telephone, hot and cold water ia each room. Steam heated throughou t. Reing on west side of Westlake park is free from'mosquitoes. Three-minute car service, being within hall" a block of three car lines; fifteen minutes to center of the city. Rates from $12.00 to f30 a week. v H. MATHEWSON, I p . K. L. DOWNEY. S FroPiletors- 667 Coronado St., Los Angeles Kodaks and Photo Supplies, ART PICTURES AND FRAMING. We make a specialty of Developing, Printing and Enlarging. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. Send for Catalogue. H0WLAND & CO. 213 so V B lria Jr tu rr w , EVERYBODY from tho Email boy to the captain of the champion team shou!d liavo our baseball catalog. It's fall to the brim of illustrations cad prices of the latest and best of everything in the baseball line. We would like to send you one. Send us your name and address; WM.H. HOEGEECO. n.ocaks, mcjclea. 9i I3S- 140-142 S. MAIN ST. LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA. fit' IF HOTEL LINCOLN SECOND and HILL STS. LOS AN31T5.ES. v Both Phones W. Leading Family and Transient House. Thor oughly Renovated. "A hom like place to send your friends to." Fr.c baths and every convenience furnished guest 3. Five, minutes from business center. American plan, $1.25 to $2.!W per day. European, c to $1.50. Ppeclal Summer Rates by week or 'month. L. W. and W. D. MONTGOMERY PROPRIETORS. Southern California Savings Bank v5 . vs' f- it 3"S - , tllitl 21 11 Si '?"!"; iflttllfll H S3 11 is M btlf Sep rr pi if rT "i? Our new home, entire ground Lo Angeles, Cal. . ' Assets over 4 Million Dollars. ' Write for our booklet. "Banking by Mail" Tells you Just how to do it. An ab solutely safe and convenient method of saving money. Tou can deposit In our large strong savings bank by mail, no tnatter where you are. M Interest compounded semi- l f annually, paid on passbook or T certificate. $1.00 starts accounL Officers and Directors. J. H. Braly, prest.; Chas. II. Toll, cashier; A. H. Braly. vice prest.; J. H. Grfffln, sec'y.; J. M. Elliott, prest. 1st Nat'l Bank. Los Angeles; W. C. Pat terson, prest. Los Angeles National Bank; H. Jevne Grocer, W. D. Wool- wine. floor. ES tomcr called for a box at .IgC;t and one-third cents It became two-s!d:d and binding. Mr. McKee, therefore, decided to charter a special hims'elf and go af.er rhose berries. He need not have taken the berries at al!. It was not his fault if they were not delivered as the sell ers had agreed to deliver them. Tnat would have been an easy way out of it for him, but his neafl advertisement would not have had the same force as the one which filled his store yester day, and he therefore determined to go after those berries at an expense fur greater than his profits on them. The catW store was kept open nearly cil night delivering those belated and much advertised strawberries. HYMNS AND HERS. "I leve to hear the dear old hymn3.' Said leacon Good, "but It occurs To me that strenuous son of mine Thinks more of the young hers. Cincinnati Knouirer A MOVING TALE. A damsel who went to a picnic. Sa$ down on an ill-natured hotnet. "Dear me," she exclaimed. As she rose to her feet, "I almost regret that I came!" Milwaukee Sentinel. OMAR AT THE SPRING OPENING As one with nerve prepared for any thing. ' I went to see the styles of which they sing Among a Sea of AVomen I was tossed, Tet saw the fashions that are sprung this Spring. i Pome gorgeous as a Bird of Paradise, Yet All and each were voted "Cute" and "Nice." And those which got the very highest Prals I found were marked the very h'ghest Price. Tet this was not the thought that came to Me. I did not mock at this Frivolity; Nay, nay my Meditations were upon The kinds of Donkey that a Man can be. For here, mo-thought, are Hat. and Dress, and Glove, And Plumagre of the Ostrich and Ih? Dove, And Silk, and Satin, Lace ami EU mine It !s with These that all Men fall In Love. One sees a Gown at Forty Ninety-eight IrDon a Maid, and then with Heart elate He noteth all the Beauty of the Dress And sayeth: "Here at last, I meet my Fate!" Affection finds its birth In Fashlon'9 knack Of sending Grecian Bend cr Habit Back. Men plight their Troths to Sunday's gay Attire. And get divorce from Monday's Dress ing Sack. i It is the Rustle of the Silken Frock That makes the Heart within your bos om knock Ah, take the Dress and let the Wo man go! And you will have Dan Cupid beat a, Block. These are the thoughts that came Into my Mind While gazing on tho Fashions new de- signed And knowing all the Foolishness, I left; But what was it that-made me look Behind? 'Twas thl: I saw a rich creation there It made me sigh: "For thee alone I care." ; And so I needs must take a back ward Look To see what Woman chose that Gown to wear. Chicago Tribune. dotted and embroidered dots have somewhat supplanted those of chenille or velvet and the second ope of the palest tint of pink tulle that comes. The effect is so dainty and. becoming that the girl who does not possess one should lose no time In remedying the deficiency. They are not cheap: no. In deed but they are so becoming that it were a wise investment to have but one of these rather than a large num ber of less becoming ones. There was a real old fashioned little boy at the union depot today: he had a roll of blonde hair on top of his head and a roll on each side. That's the way real sweet little boys were fixed up when we were new on earth. Atchison Globe. . AT THE MELO-DRAMA. . "Poor old man, his conscience seems to prick him. I wonder if he feels re morse because he killed" the villain?" ' No; because he didn't kill the rest of tho cast." . ; Diamond experts agree that dia monds have not reached the limit In their upward tendency and that they will be scarcer and higher than at present. The reason given for the re cent advances is that the enormous natural wealth of "the Kimberly dia mond district is. decreasing rapidly.' A fact that seems to bear out th!s con tention Is the scarcity of the "rough" goods in the diamond centers of Eu rope. Walter M. Japcard, of the Jac card Jewelry company, has just re ceived advices from a buyer in Am sterdam paying that there are abso lutely no stones on the market, on, ac count of the strike prevailing there, and In Antwerp there are very few jroods to be seen, and all the goods that are there are fifteen to twenty per cent higher than those which they have in stock. American buyers who have re cently returned, say that they never aw diamonds so scarce. General Geo. W. Mindel, jewel examiner of the' port of New York, reports that the importa tions of pearls and precious stones, the greater part of which are diamonds were $725,000 behind January of a year ago. Another reason given for the advance is that the mines have reached such depth that operation is extremely ex pensive. The last report of th De Beers Mining company, limit ej, shows that the production of gems last year was $24,332,500. This is fewer gems pro duced in any year for a decade except those of the Boer war. There are S0O0 diamond cutters In I Amsterdam who are at present strik ing. I Mr. Jaccard was asked what qaalltlea ' were considered " most In .the selection .of a diamond by an expert. He said: I "The chief quality of the diamond as : a jewel is its brilliancy; that is the first j consideration; sometimes want cf bril liancy arises from impurity of color. ! imperfections, or poor cutting; some times from the lack of native power to refract, reflect and disperse light. Af ter brilliancy and color, there are two things to consider In the choice of a diamond: 1. e., cutting and p?rfect!on. If due regard has been given to the quality of brilliancy, these two it?m3 are comparatively unimportant, be cause a stone which Is properly bril liant cannot be very badly cut or very Imperfect. However, if a brilliant stone be imperfect It would still be better without Imperfections. Slight flaws which do not hurt the brilliancy of the stone are Immaterial, though they af ifect the price." o- TRANSCRIPT OF RXC0RDS ' ASSAILED BY HIS BRETHREN BECAUSE ; HE TOLD THE TRUTH REV. A. M'LEOD, D. OF THE DE TROIT PRESBYTERY DECLINE3 TO BEAR FALSE WITNESS AND OPENLY CHALLENGES HIS ACCUSERS. Eminent Divine Shows that Hit Cleri cal Satnding Cannot be Questioned, and Bravely Stands by Hit Publish ed Statements. Since the announcement niada some days ago to the effect that tl3 Kcv. A. MeLeod, D. D., of (Irecn leaf, Michigan, had been cured of dyspepsia and nervous prostration by. Duffy's-Pure Malt Whiskey, the Doctor has been overwhelmed with communications asking . him to ie pudiate his letter, but he has b!ok1 bravely back of his frank and out spoken statement. Failing in this purpose, certain unscrupulous peo ple have questioned his sTandinir in the ministry. "This attack hai brought forth the following open letter. If' i s . r. - ----- .- - r t If a girl doesn't marry her first love It's his fault. Chicago News. THE EVER IMPORTANT VEIL. Veils must be counted in with the dainty little accessories upon which one is compelled to spend an appreci able amount of her pin money. The complexion veil, as It Is called, is really nothing more than a double veil, the outer one of any fancy mesh, plain or FURNISHED HOUSES Los Angeles, Cal. We have a very complete list of fur nished houses for rent in Los Angeled and at adjacent beaches. For particu lars call on or address EDWARD D. SILENT & CO. Largest Rental Agency In Southern California. Est. 1S85. Members L. A. Realty Board, 216 West'Second St. Los Angeles, Cal. PCAUFOttNlA THE ONLY INSTITUTION ON THE PACIFIC COAST FOR'THE CARE AND SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT OF CANCEROUS AND SKIN DISEASES. Large, sunny private rooms and wards. Up-to-date operating room and fully equipped with X-Ray, High Frequency Electric machines, Violet Ray, Radium and all the latest methods for the sci entific treatment of Cancer and Skin Diseases. Each case is treated by the method that will produce the quickest and most permanent results. The following transcripts of the rec ords of the offices of the district clerk, the probate court and the county re corder are furnished by the Arizona Abstract and Title company. The records for yesterday were: DISTRICT COURT. James McNaughton et.al vs. Julius G. Hansen, to dissolve co-partnership. Street & Alexander, attorney. Two suits on attachment in blank; Chalmers & Wilkinson .attys. PROBATE COURT Jacob D. Hawkins estate. . order ap pointing Lucy Hawkins administratrix. RECORDER'S OFFICE. G. A. Roberts, Black Hawk, FaKon claims, affi. labor, White Tank dist. . "Walter Bennett to Edward Trvine and wife, release, lots 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, blcck 50 Phoenix. Estate Lillle W. de Garcia Lama to Pedro G. de la Lama, decree, lot 8, block 6, Linvllle addn. Receiver to Charles' F.' Baker, re ceipt. Belle. Minneapolis and St. Paul mines.- J". B. Shott and wife to State Mutual Building ajid Loan Assn., mortgage, lot S, block 1, Kirkland's subdn. Germania Fire Insurance Co. to Por ter W. Fleming, appointment,. agent. Joel Wilson to National Bank of Ari zona, mortgage, ten head cattle. National Bank. Arizona to E. M. Con ger, R. Johnson, release, 2S2 head cattle. E. Sunderland to D. 'Alnsworth, agreement, mining stock Palace Mining Co. John WIx Thomas to A. S. Mosier ir.d wife, release, S. 1-3 of S. E. 1-4 of section 9, township 2N, range 6E. J. G. Hodges et al to Three Mining Claims, location, Noonen district. Lucy J. Merryman to Iowa Land and Cattle Co.. releese, S. E. 1-4 of S. E. 1-4 of section 25, township 3N, range 2E. ' Joseph P. Robertson to J. I Robert son, guardian, assignment, S. E. 1-4 of S. W. 1-4 of section 27. township IN. range 5E. S. F. Cissna to L. E. Hewins, deed, lot 13 In block 2. Collins addition, and others. C. T. Rogers Co. to Tempe Creamery C. M. Co.. lien, part of N. E. 1-4 of section 32, township 3N, range 2E. Glendale Land Co. to Louise Plath, Vivian P. Hamilton, deed. N. E. 1-4 of section 32, township 3N, range 2E. , Eliza A. Ambrose and husband to Peter EUingson. mortgage, block 93, City of. Phoenix. Albert Geylor to Arthur Wetzlcr, mortgage, 1 horse. 1 wagon and ' har ness. G. A. Roberts to Continental Mining Co.. deed, 2-3 interest in Falcon U. Blackhawk claims. White Tank Mountains. REV. A. M'LEOD. D. D. Oreenleaf, Mich., April 14, lfK)i. Dutfy Malt Whiskey Co., Gentlemen"! am in receipt of your note in which you inform me of the postal card you receive! from a minister stating that I am not a minister. What object could I have in telling you that I nra a minUtcl and allowing you to publUh my name as such if I were . not? If you have any doubts in the matter I think there is a United Presbyter ian church in your city, and I sug gest that you call upon the minis ter and he will show you that I am a minister and a member of the Detroit Presbytery. I believe that 1 am the oldest member, too. If there is still doubt in the matter I would refer you to Kcv. Luther McCamp bell of Almont, Mich., and ask him if I am a minister. Again, write to the clerk of Presbytery, Pev. Maxwell of Birmingham, Mich , of the United Presbyterian church of Xorth America. I was graduattMl at Knox College, Toronto, Ont. 1 wa licensed by the Presbytery of Lrnd pay, Ontario, and ordained by the Presbytery of Chatham, Ontario. After you satisfy yourself in regard to this matter 1 would like to have you ask the minister how he atrive.l at his conclusion; also ask him t.i prove his assertion that I am not a minister.. 1 would like to know hi name and address, and I will take the matter up with him. I have been living here for twenty-one years, serving God. You can easily find out my position. Pew Arch ibald Lei tcli is the ruling elder,' and you may ask him. His post ortico address is Greenleaf, Mich". Write the bankers in Cass City, Mich., Mr. Anton or Mr. Penny, and they will tell you whetfier I am a minister or not. . I hope you will let me know thi preacher's name when you sitisfy yourselves that I am a minister, as I am anxious to find out who he is. As I told you in my former letter, I have derived great benefit from Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, which 1 have taken as a medicine, and which I understand is always, sold as a medicine. I am not " ashamed t say that your medicine cuml me, and though I am a strict temperance man, I do' not hesitate to re commend it. i " Vours respectfully, Ministers of the Gospel, doctors of medicine, nurses and people in every walk of life unite in commending this wonderful medicine the only perfect tonic stimulant, the one true, medi cinal whisky. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey cures coughs, colds, worst form of grip, consumption, bronchitis pneumonia, catarrh, dyspepsia and all kinds of stimach trouble. It never falls to buiij up a worn-out system, to soothe the t.-ed nerves, to bring per feet health to the whole being. Every testimonial is published in good faith and guaantecL For sale by druggists and grocers, or direct. $f..OO per bottl. Medical booklet free . Duffy Malt Whiskey company, Rochester' N. Y.