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HE AIUZO'A EEPUBLICAX, Til fJJRSDAY MORNING, MAY 1 9, 1904.
11 I if Al I til .Olloiloriojilslijorioj HuMi&rs Use fcvery ch.!4 born Into the world with an inherited or eirly JevcIcpcJ tendency to lortunr., diif.urne humors of the r.J ScaJp. becomes n otject of the most tender solicitude, r.ct only because ol it tuflrrir.c, bat because of the iircalf.il fer that the disfigu-r-non is to be lifelong and mar its f.ture hipp.r.ess and pros lenty. Hence it becomes the 'uty cf mothers of such afflict ed ch.Ufcn to acquaint them telves with the best, the purest, and most eflective trctmer.t avtiliblc. viz.: the CUTICURA Treatment, con tiitinj of warm bilhs with CUTICURA Soap, and gentle ar.oir.tir.S with CUTICURA Ointment, the great Skin Cure. Cures made in childhood are tpctiy. permanent and eco naraic&l. t.ln.. ,.Jiu.J urt. p JV.. OiM. , v i I- t. A 4 'b... .. .a t ia'4 i . . - , - . a- " i ..r 1 -i . : ; Ct.. . W.. a ri . howw., i.w w.wa- i lr Cf r .rp . f-r..rtr.. "- - N... i 1 ... 'i Turkic, rl&g NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS 1 k'iii M. 1st. to Oct. ls-t, all hprink I ri i:M:t l- d"ii between j and S p. i i. and never with out a nozzle or ep-yer attached to hose. For iola-ti-!i of the iiloe rule water will be lUi.noi1 of without iiotice. THK PHOENIX WATEU CO. t 55k COOLEST PLACE IN THE CITY ADU1S KOUL CAFE Table board $7.00 per week. Breakfast, short order luncheon, 35, and dinners 50c. Everything in season. MRS. J. W. BOLTON tun Fine Watches and Jewelry Naturally come to us for re pairs. It is one of onr specialties GEO. II. COOK, Jeweler 134 W. Wishing on St. W.J. MURPHY Real Estate, Insurance, ' Loans. 102 West Adams Street. SSBSCS3SSBB T , Lots on Installments $10 Cash. $5 Per Month Without Interest. This is an opportunity for those with small means to secure prop erty. This property 'will double In value in twelve months. Allen & Wilson, 47 N. Center street. M I' . W Hi A PSOGRESSIVE PARTY Kisses Kimball and O'flara Entertain the Phoenix Card Club. Tuesday Ml.-g KliT.ball, f.f Mesa, r.nl Ming O'Uara, of Tempo, entertained the Card club of Phoenix at their respective hrm?. The dub left lewn by tally-ho the latter r irt of the morning, arrivin nt, Vis Kimball's about 2:30. Here a most dell';tful luncheon was serve'. The t'lnlns room was In white ar.d green, a profusion of whit? o'einSer bl'-'rcins ar.d loughs bein ued. Th? pl.u e cards w re the five hundred score t.ird which vr? used in the gamo during the afterncon. The ente:peee w.is .f white rocs. In t'.ie game Mi-. So;.h!: Clark was awarded the first I rlrc. Miss oiinn Clumbtrlnin id- lv. il t.v second prize and Miss May Walker won the consolation prize. Mi Klmb.ill Is a chirming hostess iind nk"d hi-r prettiest in a dainty wMtc tOTn. The party left Mesa about : ti't ! k. arriving in Temp, where ihey wer cntertaimd at dinr.er by Mm 0 II. i who was an equally charm n? h'M--i. Here the "co or scheme wa vl"l-. the violet hucd sweet jeas being u Th favors were of sweit pe.i. ArtT dlnri r. Mrs. Harry T. omi - t f T.-nip'. rendered several vo at relfct ions which were thoroughly cn J -d. Mrf. Thi'!n:o.i hag a heau'.lful r;.rn voic". cle."r ar.d swet. Mis. ;-iTce arj Mls Faye Cha nberla'n 1 u.. i f.l a vocal duet which was t'e-li.-l.tful. Th- K'jt-st wete- Mrs. -harle Ake.-s. ;it. Harrv Tliomi'i'on. -MrsfurliJ Mlll t. Mi K.niii'-. Mli Mountain. Mls . h,4 I'ljrU. Miss Hallic Jacobs. Mis Miry Walker, Mh Carolina Conn?ll, Mlr IWcxikI 'eorge. "Mis Prlciila ) r anl. Mlsa 'orinne Chanib. I tin, Mi'i !aye I 'haniberl.i'n and M!sj (1 r ti cj ;lliv ic.fl. MOW'S THIS? offer "i:" lluitdnd 1'ol'ari rtewrl fi.r utiv i mff f C'atatrti that canr.ot bis ui l l-y Hill 't trrh Cure K J. Cln-:KY & Cit Tolodo, O. . ti t- un-ji rHir-T.ed, lav known K. J. n.nuy tor tl t- lid l.'i yejr. and lelleo (. in jrf-.tly liti.orittle In all lush,i trnfr!lri. rl iinn. lillv al io to carry out m y ot'hr anon fTmti ly ni tlim. VAl.MN'ii. KINN'AN MA'tVIN". Viiol(-ati- IrnKff st. TolVo O. Itali a t'aiarrli Cure Is taken Internally, urn: liteitl..- m-on the 1 looJ nnd mu-vurfmt-a of the 'trm. Testimon ial :ti trr. iTlcr. Ju. r bottle. Sold l !t I ruirciP. Tv.r lUll'i Kern ly 1 ilia for Const pa tmr.. AFRAID OF PIMA Alexander Casey Will Come to Phoe nix To Be Tried. A -hiiise of veru has been taken ft (i. i Pima county to this county i;i two t.-s a 3ii:st Mexandt-r t'asev. cha-fred with aseault with a deadly weapon. Tae papers !n the cas.-s were receive J yer tnday. t'iisey has had a great deal of t!uli:' with'n the lat six or tUht monihs. He was the proprietor of the Willard houl at TucFon and he was also the proprietnr of an appe'.iti for ftrni jf drink. I-ast OctobT one rlffht. vhilo crazed with drink, he Fhot at a man by the n 'tiie of !5do Van Giumer a:-.d fonetabl: Nabor Patheco, of Tjc S4n. Ho was lmrr.edaitely arretted nnd tiii-l on a charre of ' di-eharging fiie r.trr.s within the city limits and a jus tice cf the peace sentenced h'.m to f'.x inert h in the county jiil and to piy a fine of $",!'. He was also he'd to th prar.d Jury on two charnres of aBau!t with a deadly weapon and he was in dictid last J.K'c mber. In the meantime Yli w f rve.c-jivie by htr troubles, com niitttd suicide. Hy this time Casey was almost a mental and phyfical w reck sird mt aure. were taken for hi? re!cFP from the county jail. Th? lus tice who sentenced him undertook to modify his sentence by increising the dollars of the fine and reducing the number of days of the jail sentence. Casey had at the time been in jail about 10 days. The justice therefore fixed the original fine at J2r(i and ordered the sheriff to release him upon the pay ment of the fine. Tlv sheriff declined to recognize the order and a writ of habeas corpus was sworn out. At tlu heating Judjre Davis decided that tlu Justice had no right to modify his sen tence. Then :n appeal was mace to the gov ernor, hut it wa? offset by a ccun er commurication from Tucson s gned by most of the county officers and promi nent citizens begging the governor not to interfere. Casey served the fli number of days. It is stated in the application for tb.3 change of venue that the state of mind' of the peopls of Pima county is ruoa that Casey could not obtain a fair tilil there. It is stated that Casey did net know what he was doing when he fired at Pacheco and Van Glumer. The latter even now he doc-s not remembsr ever having seen; he only knows by the Charge against him that there is1 such n, person in existence.- At the time cf the shooting ho did not . know PahecD end never paw him to knew him until) he saw him at his own trial for dis charging firearms within the city Tra its. It is pointed out in application for the change of venue that the mental attitude of the people of Pima county toward Casey U phown in the communi cation from that courtly protesting against intefererice by the governor. It is also stated that Pacheco is a per?on f great popularity, as. has been t'hwn by the votes cast for him at various elections; his i-opuhtrity H be'.i.vel to be against Casey. Following th-? sub ide of his wife, a gioat dial of publicity was given to the affairs of Casey, and that ptiMMly, it Is thought, further increased the scutti niejit against him. EXPOSITION DATES. Tickets at $57.30 round trip to St. Louis Exposition are sold only on cer tain dates. Those for May are the 11th. 12th and l?th. You must go on one of these dates or wait until June, when tickets ijre sold 1st, 2nd, 15th, ICth, 22nd and 23rd. Travel will' be heavy Make your reservations now. Remember Southern Pacific offers choice of four different routes. Stan dard and through Tourist sleepers via all lines. Shortest Line Best Service. M. O. BICKNELL. Agent. riio-nix, Ario'.-na. RETRIBUTION. Wig "I am satisfied that retribution will some day overtake the coal man.". Wugg "Yes, his scales are now lyins In weight lor him " :v: :! . mESElSHOmiBSfflUJEFOR Absolutely Pun iTiSA MATTER ' OIF-HEALTH FOR SALT AND ALKALI Latest Still Hunt Organized by the Reclamation Service. ' . S. K. Baker of the reclamation ser vice arrived here yesterday, overland from Livingstone, via Tonto Ba3in and the Verde valley, and left last ' night for San Carlos. After a slirvt time spent there he will return to this valley and rpend the following 8lx weeks or two months in a series of In vestigations. ' Mr. Baker was w ith Engineer Jiich- j ten on the exploration trip . recently 'j ii-.ade along the upper reaches of Salt f liver, in the search for the sourr pf the alkali and salt found in the waters of the lower river. And in great meas ure the search was successful thouga it cannot be said that any plan bns yet been suggested f:r remedying! hti evil. Mr. Baker says : there are.'nu r.rcus and cjuite large salt springs uni tlr.g their flow with that of Salt river, the theory being that the underground waters in seeking an outlet percolate through extensive beds of salt or sally formath'i'. The first salt Fprings found ere about forty-five miles up the river from Livingstone and above that are others. Iieturning from that trip4 Mr. Leighton went first to Las Cruces and then to Los Angeles. Mr Baker was sent up Tonto Creek and down the Verde to pursue investigations similar to these conducted on the upper Salt. He has a field kit with which he can stop and make analyses anywhere he wants to. He found but veiy little salt fcnd still less alkali in either .the Tonto cr Verde waters. His business at San Carlos is to t'-st the waters, cf the Gila in that vicinity in a similar manner. After his return to Phoenix Mr. Eaker expects to make a special study of the effects of the Verde river waitr MISSION BAY HEIGHTS The ideal- residence site of San Diego, overlooking the beautiful Mission Bay, Pacific Beach, Point Ioma and San Diego Bay. Also having a rear view of the most picturesque mountain scenery '.n California. Every lot in this sightly subdivision is unexcelled. ' There are no hills or canyons, but -only the finest of lots. Ail lots are 25x123 feet to a 15-foot alley, and all streets are 70 feet wid'?, and are located in the geograph ical center of the 'city of San Diego. The drainage i3 perfect. Every lot is a good one. $3.00 DOWN. oo oo U ' ' - ; I! ? m nnwM ; $1.00 WEEKLY - " - No 1 $5,OQ DOWN I No Interest I . . . . , J:hQQ WEEKLY : Taxes CAN YOU DO BETTER. will be made in the next two years in San Diego property with a ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLAR STEEL PLANT to head her industries, to say nothing of one or more New Trans continental Railroads that will shortly - make that city their terminus. Certificates of Title w ill be issue- on each lot by the Union Title & Trust Co., of San Diego and the Tltl Insurancs & Trust Co. of Los Angeles, which Out of Town pustomers For each lot desired they must enclose a money order for $1.00 number of said lot. and the balaitce of the purchase price can either be paid lot you desire and whether you want to pay cash or buy on installments. No Interest 411 and 412 Brawly Bldg. Gorner 4th and Spring Sts. V c r ca the irrigation supply here, in re spect cf quality; how. much less is the jrcentage of salt and alkali below the confluence of the rivers than above it, with other'test3 and analysis down the course cf the river 'tc ward the west end of the valley, to determine whether it gains or loses these ingred ients as. it goes, together with tetss of the water where it Is actually ap- ' plied to the land. When the reclamation service gets through with this valley and finishes all its- numerous surveys, investigation's,- 'etc.. what it won't 1 now about conditions it will be no u:;e for any- ,body else! to try to find out. , . ENGAGED AGAIN, Ilanna & Munson have again tzken charge of the confectionery and Ice cream business at No. 5 W. Washing ton .street. Mr. Ha'nna has charge of the factory. Afler spending a year In some cf the best ice cream and candy factories on the coasj, is turning out creams and sherbets of which any factory would be proud. ''The firm is now known under the name of The Jielta. "?hone .Main 309. A trial order will mean a satisfied and permanent customer. Go and see the double acting pump throw water on the lot near No. 4 West Adams street. It beats them all. Chap lain Scott or Mr. Evans will be glad to show it. NEW MANAGEMENT. The management of the, Santa Fe restaurant on South First avenue has changed aud hereafter, it will be in, charge of Charles Vignes. It will be maintained as a first-class restaurant with regular boarders taken at S4 per week. Patronage is solicited. A PROPOSED PRICES ADVANCE JUNE 5th: U Streetwork was started on Mission Bay Heights on Monday, May 9th and is progressing rapidly. Several hundred palms have been ordered and will be set out as last A Discount of xo are two of the strongest trust companies in the west. WHAT Customers OPEN THE MISSION BAY ARLINGTON CATTLE CO- Success Seems to Attend This New Agricultural Enterprise. ' H. M. Lewis, manager cf the recently Inaugurated enterprise of the Arlington Cattle Co., passed through Phoenix yesterday en route to Mesa City, where h(j expects to purchase a nuber cf cat tle. He says the Arlington country is looking well and his company is not us ng over half the water it is entitled. to.. The company now has about, 4C3 ceres planted to alfalfa and is engaged in planting 300 acres to sorghum. It has over COO acres more, not yet in cul tivation but feels sure there will' be an ample water supply for it all. The Arlington Cattle Co. was organ ized this spring. Dr. J.Wlx Thomas cf his city being its president. Its pur pose is to raise feed for cattle, then buy or raise the cattle and fatten them for the market, doing just what othei3 have been doing for years only that it will own its own pastures and so far as possible raise its own feed. Having a good water supply it hopes to be fairly independent cf pasture bills, short feed and other things that worry so many of the cattlemen both in the, mountains and valley. Since the enterprise was started work has been rapidly pushed and a.t the present time about $75 per day Is being paid out for labor. For the last six weeks employment has been given to fifty Papago Indians and a number of Mexicans, in the clearing of mes quite lands from which already 10,000 fence posts nave been cut. A part of the Atlingtcn ranch is the John Mont gomery farm which was Improved when bought and the rest wa3 new land that has been bronght under cultivation, as above indicated. , : ' ' Mr. Lewis, says tin t the first crop of I' CURE MEN '. With t Lame Backs, With Weak Lost Try it, you weak men; you will everything else fails. z Call and test it, free, or if you will enclose this ad. I w il ? wmM ttS Dr, m. c. Mclaughlin Diego AN PLAN OF THE ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLAR. STEEL PLANT'' as possiDte 10 Deauuiy inis will be given those -r than to buy one of these lots at these California in the "past four years w'hile 1 ONE DOLLAR WILL DO Will be given an opportunity 'to buy. these lots and any order received, by m iail will receive our prompt attention and the best lots at our disposal at the time the order is received will be socured by them. Terms to out-of-town to bind the sale. We will for this amount reserve the lot or lots desired and forward to them a map and the upon receipt of deed or terms can be arranged if desired for weekly payments, but be sure and mention the price of ! - , EVERY EVENING UNTIL 9 Southern California Advertisements .1 " - 4.'. ' (S if - "THE OTTAWA." New house not far from the S. P. depot, just off Central avenue, five minute car service. Single rooms $1.50 per week and up. Housekeeping suites $10.00 per month and up. All outside airy rooms. ' Telephone, hot and cold baths, convenient to good restaurant and private board. A restful place. Adults only. Address Judson Williams, proprietor. 1331 Palmer street, Iioa Angeles, Ca1. hay was taken from' 'a considerable area of the alfalfa acreage about the1 first of May. It has since been irri gated twice and will be ready to tut again about the first of June. After toiling ten years at the wash, tub to support a worthless husband an Ohio woman sued a railroad company because it let one of the trains run over him. Chicago News. - ". " , f Nerves, With Rheumatism, Wilft f MtaSity. . .. . : with all those signs which tell a man he is breaking down, losing his grip. I have the remedy which giyes back that snap, fire and vim of youth. My cures sell my Belt. They prove what I say about it. , ' . - Colonel Roundtrec. Mesa, Aria., 3ays;; T Tiour Beit has cured me at the age of 73 of weakness in the back and kidneys, and . has given me more vigor, and sound health than I have had for years." . ' ' . A man is like a steam engine. It takes steam to make him go. My Belt pumps that steam into him. That's how it makes so many ' old men feel young. R. H. Greene, Phoenix,. Ariz., .nays: "I am CO years old, but your Bert has made me feel like 35." send you my illustrated book free. send you my illustrated took free, 4 J?9 SO. FPRIKG 8". LOS ANGELES. CAL. S3SS ;oo 00 oeauuiui resiaence sue dfesifing to pay cash. prices? Think of how property has advanced in all sections of Southern San Diego lias been asleep, aud then consider the immense profits thai ' O'CLOCK LAN CO HOTEL LINCOLN SECOND and HILL STS. LOS AN3E,ES. Both Piior.es SO Leading Family and Transient House, ough.y P.enovated. Thor- "A homelike place to send your friends to." Fr. e baths and every convenience furnished guests. Flv- minutes from husir.css center. American pl&n, $1.15 to J2.5i) per day. European, c to Jl.Srt. Special" Summer Bates by week or month. L. W. and W. D. MONTGOMERY PROPR.IETORS. A Bo an to Suffering Mankind. Tiger Marrow Fat The only remedy on the market guaranteed to cure Deafness, Catarrh, Piles and Rheuma tism. Vital Sparks, a positive cure for Lost Manhood. Both of above sent by mail for one dollar. Oriental Remedy Co., 653 S. Spring SU Los Angelea, Cal. HOTEL LOVEJOY Corner of Third and Grand avenue, housekeeping apartments and slngl.i rooms. Two blocks from center of city. Summer rates, apartments one dollar per day nnd up. Single rooms 113.03 per month and up. MEIGS & RICHEY. SUMMER RATES. HOTEL ALVARADO. OVERLOOKING WESTLAKE PARK. -4 TlltS, lap LOS ANGELES. The newest, modern and most dfS'rably located tourist and family hotel in th city. Special attention paid to Arlron i guests. Corner of AlvuraJo ml Six h streets, owned and operated by SoU'li ru California Hotfl company. W. B. COR WIN, Pres. an-t Manager. A. At. BROWN. Secretary. 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. THE CORINTH 211 1-2 E. Tifth St. I OS AVGI LES An excellent homelike house where Ari zona people will be particularly w(l-ome l and wel! cared for. It's a new l u.liini.-. newly furnished. Everyth'ng clean ami inviting. Baths, telephone, etc. Ne-ir business center, theaters and restaurants, and but few minutes" ride from S. I, depot. Rates. $2.50 per week, up Tran sient i5o to Jl.fW a day. Mrs. M. B. Cxk. $3.I DOWN $1.00 WEEKLY Prices of Lots MISSION BAY HEIGHTS $30, $35, $40, $45, $50 NO HIGHER. The prices are less than one third of which lots are being sold for in the same section. Now n the time to buy them. These prices will not last long. Thij is em unrivaled opportunity to get in on the ground floor. fl .OO Weekly I No Taxes LOS ANGELES CAL. 3SE