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12 Till: AIIIZOA KErUBLICAZV, SUNDAY MOKNING, JUNE 12, 1004. 7 ' Sotithern California Advertisetri leu Mrs rfr I.-th tke B rirtfle f rJtfn tay c And lkit n And 4f s' ur 1 Our f ho lem: ri Anc Mel Wh )ad i fa Ma; py s 2ro ropl ack nee. ,Th; nd ixth in Mesl me log. Ac tOg fest hailt irirr Nun ft lire voui I hro Vefe ksi.. kxiv the Una will tlic i VI Bib -wh! Tor MA witl UOTC Chav jWi: drp. nln ft- Irig thn per: talc the; n5 If. ter fitl beiy gro nea Ion ! lfa fro bin S hir !' I sti- Tent, i as- 'Dtptndable Fornitorc At a Fair Price. For Summer Comfort Every furniture need can be supplied from our immense stock. We now have line of the substantial Old Hick ory furniture, just the proper furniture for the porch or lawn this summer. Vi'e are sole agents in this territory for the Gustav Stickley OLD MISSION Furniture wtikh U made entirely by kamt and ia tW tt weathered oak furniture X$1 er also sole agents here for the ftiWIi Macey Sectional Book-eases, and rhow twm in all styles. Order By Mail. If yoa come to Ln Angeles thissum mer visit our atore aaid see this splen did stocs; make our store your head quarters, meet your friends here. If you are unable l eorce. write us what furniture yo want. "We will fill your order promptly and guarantee satis faction. Niles FtarrniHuiire Co. 439441443 South Spring St., Los Angeles, California Security Savings Bank, Los Angeles, Cal. Capital and Surplus.. Resources Over LARGEST SAVINGS SANK IN 4PflrPt on Savings Accounts 10 1 Uli On Certificates of Deposit 3 per it. 00 Ordinary Deposits Aeeuntj Opened from $1 up. ESSENTIAL POINTS TO BE CONSIDERED IN SELECTING A SAVINGS BANK Capital, Surplus, Resources, Conservative Management, Facili ties and Safety. J. F. SARTORL, Ir. MAURICE S. " IIELLMAN. " 'Vice-Pres. W. IX LOXGYEAK, Cashier. 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CALIFORNIA. . . $500,000.00 $7,500,000.00 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Interest from Date Com pound ed'Semi Annaally. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o your home summer know where the best . hotels ar. trains or In Hie hotels the name of and they will tell you the BROADWAY o nil." . i jf IS Pease FOLLOW THE FLAG." 'Wabash Niagara Falls Short Line Weekly tourist car Santa Fe to St. Paul; weekly tourist car Southern Pacific to St. Louis. The only line passing end landing passengers at main entrance to the World's Fair at St. Louis. 033 C. CLINE, P. C P. Agt Loa Ancelea, A TIBURON EXPEDITION This One Is Headed by Professor Thomas F. Grindell. There Is to be another conquest of Tiburcn island, which has been ih? graveyard of so many hopes and bones of adventurer", including those of the late Lieutenant R. E. L. Roblnsjn. formerly of Phoenix. The next con quistador was Arizona Charley, who was going to do what tb3 Spanish and Mexican governments lor centurle failed to do. He, too, left the Certs In dians, the inhabitants of the i?land, fiea and unfettered. Now Thomas F. Grindell is fitting out an expedition against Tiburon. It is described by the Bisbee Review: Thomas Grindell, principal of s the Douglas schools, leaves Bisbee this ev ening for Guaymas, where he will out fit for a trip to Tiburon island. At Guaymus Grindell will b? jo'ned by four others and together they will charter a smaH boat, which -wi'l take them to some point on the co.ist of tha Island, where a landing can be made. The purpose of the expedition 1 to explore the island and to search for the mother lode in a great gold producing district. Grindell is of the opinion that this can bo found, and the luck finders made immensely wealthy. Grindell's plans are much the fim as those of "Arizona Charley" Meadows who made an attempt about a year ag. to outfit a big expedition to the islani. After much hot air it fell through. The five men in this expedition w.ll go heavily armed and will construct a small barracks the first thing on lanl ing. From this they will sally forth to make their explorations heavily armed. The cannibalistic tendencies of ihj Tiburon Indians do not have any ter rors for Grindell and his tomp.inlony. They will be prepared to re.sist any In vitations tc provide stews for the can nibals. "I was on Tiburon island eleven years ago," said Grindell this afternoon, "and 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. 1SS5. Members I A. Realty Board, TIC West Second St. Los Angeles, Cal. THE LEXINGTON 1 1 f! a a 3 a 2 lit' a a q a 3 lUiniauiiajLa A new up-to-date European hotel. I Cafe in connection. Prices reasonable. Centrally located. If you come once you will come again. 443 S. Main, be tween Fourth and Fifth streets, Los Angeles. SUMMER RATES. HOTEL ALVARADO. OVERLOOKING WESTLAKE PARK. LOS ANGKLES. The newest, modern and mott desirably located tourist ami . family hotfl in tbe city. Special attention paid to Arizona puesti. Ccrncr of Alvarado and Htxtli streets, owned and operated by Southern California Hotel Company. W. B. CORWIN. I'r.-s. and Manager. A. M. 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 Hpeech Academy 1032 East 28th St. Los Angeles, Cal. t'CAUFOaHlA. 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. at that time I bought about 12000 worth of gold from the natives for much les than It was worth anywhere else. It Is true that the natives are dangerous, but we will go heeled for them. The five of us together will be able to withstand any attacks that may be made. "The island is unusually rich in min erals, though statements have been made to the contrary. There Is some where on the island a rich gold ledgd, that will make the finder peveral tinie3 a millionaire. I intend to find it. "Eleven years ago I went among tho natives with nothing more tha;n an In dian guide. The natives were euHen and quarrelsome, but I got out with out losing any hide. "Just what our plans will be ws will not decide until after a conferences at Guaymas or Hermosillo. If the gold lednre Is found. It is probab'e that we will return to the United States and form a company to secure control of it and take out the precious msti'. "I do not expect to be back in Bis bee for several months. When I do, it will be with the gold ledge located and mais of the entire island. I will suc ceed where others have failed." o HOW'S THIS? nflr One Hundred Dollars Reward for anv case of Catarrh that cannot b ! cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. We. the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 1! years, and bellev him perfectly honorable In all businasa transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations mane by hi firm. WALDINO. K1NNAN MARVIN. Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Ih taxen Internally, atinc direct lv upon the llod and mu cous surfaces "of the system. Testimonials ent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Pruprlsts. Take Hall's Family Tills for Const ra tion. TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS The following transcripts of the rec ords of the ofTices of the district clerk, the probate court and the county re corder are furnished by the Arizona Abstract and litlc company. The records for yesterday were. RECORDER'S OFFICE. J. Cheney and E. Hadlcy, lcca'lon, 0 mining claims. Magazine district. George H. Drew to Dwight B. Heard, agt., mortgage. 2 head cattle. E. C. Miller to Phoenix Natlcn-l Bank, mortgage, 8 head cattle. Gertrude W. Schofleld to Max S:e:n. deed. N. 11 feet of lots 9 and 11, block 5, Phoenix. W. C. Speer and wife to S. P. Hoefer, deed, lots 7. 9, 11 and lo. Gray's Subdn., Neahr's addn. Mattie L. Gray to S. V. Hoefer, deed, W. 1-2 of-lots 1, 3 end C. Gray's fubdn., Neahr's addn. L. B. Larimer t Phoenix National Rank, assignment. S. E. 1-4 of sec. 3. S. 1-2 of sec. 17, township 1 S.. range 4 W. W. H. Battin and wife to Georgs H. Drew, deed, S. E. 1-4 of aec. 3, township 1 S., range 4 W. Phoenix National Bank to W. H. Bat tin, release, came as above. W. K. James and wife to L. E. Hew- Ins, deed, lot 5, block 4. P. & B., N. W. 1-4 of N. E. 1-4 of N. W. 1-4 of sec. 27, township 2 N.. range 3 E. Robert M. Wallace to George H. Drew and wife, release, lot .1 and S. E. 1-4 of N. W. J-4 of sec. 3, township 1 S.f rang-e S E. A. J. Hosklns and wife to W. H. Taylor, bond. 40 acres N. W. 1-4 of sec. 29. township 2 N.. range 3 E. Farmers' and Merchants' Bank to A. B. Tomlinson, release. S. W. 1-4 of N. E. 1-4 of sec. 23. township 1 X., range 4 E. James M. Sears to W. E. Coones3, re lease. 300 heaed cattle. E. J. Bennitt to M. P. Manker atty., release, 200 tons hay. Phoenix National Bank to W. H. Bat tin, release, 60 head cattle. WHY NOT ADD A CUBIT OR TWO? You can add a cubit to your intel lectual stature without a bit of trouble, according to the advocate of "New Thought." If you only go nbout it right. The June number of the New Psych ology, a magazine devoted to the ex position and support of the New Thought, has an article by Dr. Parkyn, one of the chief new thinkers, on auto suggestion as a means to success. Yon should always suggest to yourself such thoughts as these: "I am becoming a strong man In every sense of the word," "t am filled to overflowing with con fidence and aggressiveness." "I am a strong man," "I am a fearless man." "I am an ambitious man." and so on. Keep thinking thus and suggesting strong and confident thoughts to your self, and the result will be, accordin-r to Dr. Parkyn. that "when I approach a person on a business proposition, I succeed because I know I am right, and my strength, determination, aggressive ness and earnestness win the day for me." We are not discussing the New Thought, but are wondering what in the world will happen to this or any other community if all the book agent:;, life insurance solicitors, lightning rod men and "drummers" in general be come possessed with the New Thought, and start out on their dominating, ag gressive, invincible careers: the world will be overstocked with goods, or the people who have not developed their "ego" and their" mentality, but remain rather shrinking and soft, will in dubitably be forced to take to the woods. Philadelphia Ledger. OFFICIAL BASE BALL GUIDE. Spalding's Official Base Ball Guide for 1904 is out and contains 384 pages. Unquestionably this is the most com plete issue ever put forth of this valu able publication, which is now in its twenty-eighth year, and the twenty third of "Father" Chadwick's editor ship. The Guide is for sale by all news dealers in the United States and Can ada, Or will be sent on receipt of price, 10 cents, by the American Sports Pub lishing Co., 15 Warren street, New York City. o . LOOKING AFTER THE WORMS. There waa some fear that the worms would fare badly this summer, but about the usual number nf Konnio netting out cabbage plants. - FIRST CLASS IN FLIRTING. An Addition to be Made to a Grsat Western School's List of Electives? Chicago may no be lovely, but it Is mightily interesting. It keeps on doing and saying things that compel the world's attention, because the world sets a jolt at every on3 of these dis closures, and Jolts are wakening. There are thousands in the world who need to be jolted all the time, to keep them from lapping Into idle and back ward years. It is the University of Chicago from which the hardest and most unexpected of these stimuli ate le ceived. The utterances that have como from that center of industry and in tellect concerning Shakespeare and Rockefeller, ethics and kerosene, music and manures, religion and grafts, mar tyrology and borax to Instance but a. few cf the subjects that have been to astonishingly brought into , apposition have thrilled through ever widening clrcler till they reached the confines ot civilization and are received with grave astonishment in St. Petersburg. Hardly has calm been restored since the terrifying outbreak of the professor who called the young women in his class light minded, er; another leach?r begins to rr&ke remarks: I', is Dean Tufts, and he says,"say3 he: "Coquet ry fc a training of the abi'Uie- needed In serious life. It '3 Mstlnctive and not merely the outlet of surplus ener Cles." Which is true. But is a co-al college the place where geologists would approve of saying It ? For with the sanc tion of the faculty upon llirtlng, is it to be suppoied that any student or studentess wUI bother much with, cal culus and Greek? Those trifle are not educative of the abilities needed In the serious life. Noboly uses thm after he has escaped from col'ega. Every on.-, on the contrary, practice- his art up on the opposite sex, and he ought to learr. them while this disposition is instinctive, rather than induced, for th? spectacle of an elderly bachelor train ing himself by dreary scholastic pro cesses to master the arts 6T love Is pathetic. Flirting, therefore, must b? reccg nlzed as one of the electives in the Chi cago university, because it is? th pur pose of our higher institutions of learn ing to train young men and young women for a serious life. If a few ot thetn go into vaudeville, and a few others decide to remain in Chicago, the life is all the more serious and the need of a course in coquetry becomes the more Imperative. No member cf the facultv of Chicago university is looked up to by his pupils with more Implicit confidence than is Dean Tutts, and the cause of co-education has received a ju:sh that will be felt to the confine of the nation. Brooklyn Eagle. o ERRORS OF COMPOSITION. At 'iterary dinner in New York C. D. Gibson, the illustrator, quoted a number of amusing misprints. Mr. Gibson said he had been gathering mis prints for several years, and already had in his collection 200 good speci mens. He first quoted a misprint about a bishop who was confined to the house with a violent cold. The newspapers that mentioned the prelate's illness said he was confined to the house with a violent scold." Another quotation concerned a Brit ish nobleman who had Joined a party of friends in Hamshire for the pur pose of shooting pheasants. This the compositor had made to read. 'He has Joined a party of friends in Hampshire for the purpose of shooting peasants." "That, though," said Mr. Gibson, "is an old famous m'sprint, and you may have heard about it before. You may, too, ha''e heard of the one about a 'surgeon taken alive in the river and sold for six cents a pound.' But I doubt if anyone of you have ever heard of the misorint that appeared last Feb ruary in a Vermont newspaper. Th's paper wished to say, in praise of a very uged and distinguished citizen: "'John Green is a noble old burjher, proudly loving his native state.' "But the types made this sentence run: "'John Green is a nobby old burglar, pi ow ling around In a naked state.'" ROUDEAU. To hold her hand that summer night I strove against her sweet affright. She let one dainty finger tip A moment rest upon my lip To thrill me with a new delight. Then when we stood, our love to plight. Our hearts in wedlock to unite. How sweet my reuse of ownership, To hold her hand. Ixng years have come and taken flight; Tonight I'm sad and wretched quite. This weeping eye and swollen lip She'd not have hit me such a clip Had I but exercised iny miht To hold her hand. Catholic Standard. o CHANGED THE MEANING. The following incident occurred) at the Brockport State Normal school, eif which the Jate Dr. Malcolm Mac Viva r w;is at one time principal. Rivalry between the junior and senior classes had been unusually active one year. At commencement the senior class chose this motto and placed it in letter.s of evergreen over the stage: "Not to live. but to live well." On commencement niorn'ng the principal and other dig nitaries on the platform noticed a strange' levity on the part of the audi ence. Finally someone explained. A party of juniors had entered in the night and removed the "vs" from the motto. It read: "Not to lie, but to lie well." CAUSE OF THE RELAPSE. "You say the thoughtless act of Mrs. Stingyleigh caused her husband a ser ious relapse? What did she do, in heaven's name?" "Why. she came right into the sick room arrayed in a very expensive spring hat and dress!" New Orleans Times-Democrat. When a man marries hla stenog rapher he can at least dictate to her. Philadelphia Record.' HOTEL LYNDON 41S E. Seventh st, Los Angeles, Cal. New handsomely furnished single rooms or en suite. Also housekeeping suites. Write for summer rates. - Mru. Ella Howe, prop. Don't register before you call at Hotel Clarendon corner Fourth and Hill streets, Los Angeles 50c to $2.00 per day. Meals 25c. Special rates by week. HOTEL BEACON. 716720 Beacon St. Lai Angelas. Calif. A select family resort located In the choicest section of Los Angeles, near Westlake park. In the elevated and cool part of the city. Special summer rates. Terms on'application. NOBBY FURNITURE CARPETS DRAPES in reach of your pocketbooks WE DO THE BUSINESS Come with the crowd or write 212-24 W. 61b St. Los Angeles L LyonRflcKinney-Smith Co German-American Savings Bank. Main and First St., I Antfalas, Cal. 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Special weekly and monthly rates. The largest and only nrsi-ctass noii In the city. The best location, appoint ments, service and table on the coast. C. W. ROBINSON. Propr. Sixteen year3 steward and assiatant manager Hotel del Coronado. ' t z t ! t 4. t i HOTEL ROSSLYN. A home for Arizonians; modem, comfortable. In the heart of the shopping: district: near all" theaters. European plan "r and up. Excel lent cafe in connection. Los An geles, Calif. Freo bus. HART BROS, Props. E. H. HESS, Mgr. i t Kodaks .and Photo Supplies, ART PICTURES AND FRAMING. We make a specialty of Developing, Printing and Enlarging. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. Send for Catalogua. & CO. 213 SOUTH BROADWAY 10S ANGELES. CAL.