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TfHE ARIZONA HEPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1904.
jSouthelrti o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo US bp AND RETURN Railroad ticket will be given o Vvphy purchaser upon payment of first $4. entitling purchaser to n fiw lid.? from Los Angeles to San Diego and return, good until September 30, en. any train dally. Free ride by any excursion train, ;either Tuesdays. Thursdays or Saturdays, or from Phoenix to San Diego and return to Thoenix. to every p.uehas.'c of peven C lots, upon payment or. first $28. CSood returning until September 30th. BUY A LOT AT SAN DIEGO We own 1 ,0(52 lots at Ocean Beach Within the city limits of Sin Diego FOR A LIMITED TIME we will sell at only $100 per lot. Price will soon fc5 raised. WE TRUST THE PEOPLE. WE HAVE CON FIDENCE IN OUR PROPERTI ES We will sell on most liberal terms. Send your first payment to our office and receive contract for a fine lot, as well us railroad ticket free, entitling you to a free ride to San Diego and return, as above stated. DON'T DELAY. NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY Remember that everybody who has purchased lots from us has made large profits. WE GUARANTEE 25 PER CENT INCREASE IN ONE YEAH Or we will then refund all money paid us, with 6 per cent per annum Interest addi tional, as per our written co;i tract. . . . $4 DOWN ... $4 A MONTH ... NO INTEREST . . . NO TAXES $100 PER LOT S4 Down $4 a Month No Interest No Taxes Free Ride to o San Diego and Return ' 4 ,JKlWm,T, '""I 1 i V- . i ? , ... : s ' , x J nrm.nii)iiirMilrwl"' '"" fr fi" 11 " " " ri rT $1100 PER LOT $4 Down $4 a Month rVo Interest No Taxes fZ Free Ride to San Diego and Return , 'THE GRAND THEOSOPHICAL HOMESTEAD CLOSE TO OUR LOTS. Send Your First Payment to Our Office, Get Contract and Railroad Ticket Tree, ; " We Will Trust You for the Rett.' We Give Warranty Deeds Guaranteeing Perfect Title. With the Panama Canal, the Short Line railroad to Imperial, 3r-,000 being spent by the government for irrigation work near Yuma and $2,000,000 by John D. Spreckels for the finishing of the great irrigation system near San Diego. SAN DIEGO IS BOUND TO GROW AND PROSPER. Remember our guarantee of 25 per cent Increase. Send your first payment to our office, secure lot and free i ide. We guarantee 25 per cent increase. For $4 down and $4 a month until paid for we will sell a regular lot at Ocean P-eaeh within the city limits of San Diego, facing on 80-foot avenue, subject to the following guarantee from us: If at the expiration cf one year from purchase this $100 lot Is not worth $125 or 25 per cent Increase based on-the price at whicii our corps of salesman will then be selling similar lots, we will refund;all the money paid us with C per cent Interest additional. If the purchaser should die at any time before payments have been completed we will give lo his heirs a deed of the lot without further cost. If he should lose employment or be sick he will not forfeit th land. AMONG OUR PURCHASERS ARE THE FOLLOWING LEADING CITIZENS: W. H. Carlson, Ex-United States Special Commissioner of Rail roads of Cuba; J. G. Estudillo, Ex-State Treasurer of California; F. H. Dixon, Ex-State Harbor Commissioner, and others. The President of our Cempany William H. Carlson, was Mayor of the City of San Diego for four years. Send for Further Information, Illustrated Prospectus Maps, Etc., Mailed Frej. 124 S. Broadway, LOS ANGELES. Grauaa Fleer Chamber ef Commerce Baildintf. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooooooooo CARLSON INVESTMENT. CO. Owners o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o A JAPANESI VICTORY: -r RonUn Colors Lowered In tht Dust of Arizona. Although Walter Wilbur, cf Tempe, in not precisely a citizen of the f 'owery kingdom, he Is a staunch filend of the Jananese settlement at Rvrone nnrl 1 i Identified with the Japanese movement I In Temne to such an extent that when ; It was announced that he would race j trotting horse? against Woolf Sachs, his i townrman and well known Russo-American, the event was regarded as b?ing cf International importance. The race, in fact, came off yesterday afternoon at the Phoenix driving park. both entries having been- brought up j the day before. The Geisha Girl other wire known as "The Kid" represented the Japanese hopes, and feats. She wore plain coat of light material with, one white sock. According to the Asiat ic custom she had taken off her shoes before entering, the sacred limits of the race course, but this was entirely independent of Mr. Wlbur's wishes, and required the services of a blacksmith. In short, through casting two shoes, one Thursday and one Friday, the Geisha Girl had been twice overhandled and entered the race with a cou ple of rather Inflamed front feet. TCuropatkln, the Russian mareovitch, was In better condition. She is a ForreL several shades darker than "The Kid," nnd appeared very fit as she trotted to her place. It was one of the conditions of the race that both owners drive their own marcs. Friendly rivalry was stimulat ed by the fact that the winner" was to buy the loser a ten dollar Pan a mi hat. Through the ministrations of J. K. Wheat and Alex Davidson, the starters were brought together shortly after 5 o'clock. The race was the best two out of three, on a half mile course. First heat A good start; Japan forg ing ahead slightly In the stretch and winning by a neck in 1.34.-. Second heat Flusbod with victory, the Geisha Girl attempted to carry Rus sia's last ditch, but broke within 220 yards of the wire. General Sachs came in easily in 1:32. Third heat Nine ftarts were require. The Cossack started grandly but bioke twice, Japan winning a decisive v.c tory !n 1:30 fiat. Both Mr. Sachs nd Mr. Wilbur re turned to Tempe last r.ight. Both gen tlemen keep their horses in the j-ame stable and the race was a friendly af fair, gotten up to stimulate the train- Ing of two rival fillies. ' ci TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS SAN DIEGO BOOMING. Mission Bay Heights Company Open Offices in Phoenix. STONWAY PIANOS Following is an extract from an article by Mark A. Blum berg, editor of "Musical Courier" (New York,) wbich recently appeared in the columns of that publication: "HIGH-GRADE PRICES. "Some recent advertising of some of the renowned houses in the United States has created consternation .amongst the manufacturers of high-grade pianos that are-not as universally celebrated as Steinways, and they may well ask themselves what is to become of their enterprises if the conditions repre sented by these advertisements can be made to prevail gen erally." The Chickeriug house of . Boston has advertised as a spec ial offer '200 absolutely new regular stock upright pianos -at $350.00 The Stetson house of Philadelphia are advertising that Steinway & Sons have made a new . upright, called the Verte grand, to sell (in ebbnized cases) for $500.00 Steinert & Sons Boston advertise the same size Stein way as the Chickering above alluded to for $750; as do Stein way & Sons- New York. These are retail prices; offers to the public. If people can buy new Steinway uprights for $500, and new Chickering pianos for $350, and when, as Chickering & Sons announce, attractive terms of payment can be made, what are other firms going to do about their prices to the dealers to enable them to meet this form of competition? WE SELL STEINWAY PIANOS at the same prices they're sold for in Boston and New York. Is it any wonder that, following the policy of always selling at lowest prices not only Steinways, but every make we repre sent, we have in a few years built up the largest piano busi ness in the Pacific Southwest? GEO. J. BIRKEX, CO. Steinway and KranicH (EL Bach Dealers for all of Southern California and Arizona. 045-347 Soutn Spring street, Los Angeles. San Diego, the city of great possi bilities, after having laid dormant for many years is at last experiencing a boom of on apparently sound and very substantial character. Many rallroid stories are coming over the wires, tho purport of which is in all instances, that the great trans-continental liti's are all comnetinir with nna annthap :r the perfection of plans for extending ir.eir great systems direct to San Diego A good idea of the status of the pros pective railroad development of San Diego can be gained by reading the ex tracts taken from various daily papers and which are reproduced in fac similie In the advertisement of the Mission Bay Iand company appearing on page ten ana eleven or today s Republican. This company has been one of the most important factors in advertising the industrial development that is now taking place in southern Calitnmta'n faiiest city and they have shone their laun in tne immediate rapid growth of San Diego by investing therein thou sands upon thousands of dollars. On of their choicest holdings is the tract known as Mission Bay Heights. It is. they state, a beautiful level piece of land lying in the geographical center of the city and from every lot can be ob tained a superb view of every portion of San Diego, as well as the bay, th ocean. Point Loma and Mission. The ground is a red loam and will grow anytning. When the company tool: over the tract thev found hut nn thing lacking that would prevent this from becoming the choicest residence site of the city and this was that very important necessity water. With characteristic enterprise they Immedi ately set about to develop water on the tract. They have been more than gratified with the success of their ef- rorts, ror arter digging down a con siderable depth they struck a big flow ing well with an apparently-inexhaustible supply of splendid water. They are desirous of extending the water system over the tract und to this end they have decided to offer for a short time only a limited number of choice lots at the special price? of $25 and $30 each. The proceeds from the sale of these lots are to be used to perfect the water system and complete street work. Located as this land is in the geo graphical center of the city it ought to be one of the best teal estate Invest ments for profit to be had anywhere in southern California. 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 Iitle company. The records for yesterday were. PROBATE COURT. James Roarke Estate, petition to ap point commission. RECORDER'S OFFICE. The Grand Traverse an! Ari2ona Mining Co., location, Helen and E.hel mining claims. Philip Weisner to J. B. Wallace, bill sale, apiary, cow and chickens. Ella D. Hi'l to E. S. Wakelin Grocer Co., mortgage, household goods. A. H. Britt jn, W. M. Scott, location. New York mining claim. United States to George Pedlcr, pat ent. N. 1-2 of S. E. 1-4 and S. W. 1-4 of N. E. 1-4 and N. E. 1-4 of S. W. 1-4 of sec. ?, township 1 S.. range 3 W. George Pedler to R. Baatz, I. Rosenz welg, deed, same as above. ' Eliaz J. Peterson and husband to A. C. Bartlett. O. S. A. Sprague, mortgage, part lot 2, block 5 Mesa. ;M. K. Collins to Ida Schwartley, deel, lots 21 to 26, block 1, lots 22 to 24, block 8, Capitol addn. ; P. M. Mognett and wife to M. 1m. Vieux, deed, lot 4. block. 9, Churchill addn. - A. J. Hansen and wife to Farmers' and Merchants' bank, mortgage, S. 1-2 33; S. 1-U of sec. C4: N. PJ. 1-4 of 34. and W. 1-2 at sec. 35, to'wnshlp range 4 E. H. Dunlup, redemption, Iot3 21 to 26, block 1, Capitol addn. Harry Thompson to B. F. Johnro.l and wife, release, 92 head cattle. ,F. A. Hough and wlfo to Farmers' and Merchants' bank, mortgage, S. E. 14 except 5 acres and S. 1-2 of N. W. 1-4 of sec. 24, township 1 N., range 4 E. . Robert M. Hanson to Charles Gold man, mortgage, tuureita jviaricei iwin ture and fixtures. o TRY THE SLIPPER. F.ec. sec. IS., C. Vigorous Horn Treatment Recom mended for Young Hoodlums. A RAISER OF PICKLES. "Anything I can do for you madam?" asked the clerk In the seed store. "Yes," answered the sweet fhing, tapping the counter with a tapering finger. "I wish to ascertain If bottled pickle seeds will grow as well as some of the bulk variety." Indianapolis Sun. The worst about the foal wha rocka th? boat is that he generally lives to tell the talc Philadelphia Record. The mere we see of our city hood lums the less Inclined we are to dis pute the theory of those reactionary reformers who are upholding the value of the domestic slipper us a conserva tive medium. Mercy to the convict is a different matter. Penology hardly enters into .he consideration of the facts in question. We do not want the hoodlum to be a convict. We want him to be spanked back into sanity and decency and respecf for the rights of others, before he has become an habitual cutlaw. And do not believe, oh, smug and comfortable parent, that your boy is to be kept straight by preaching only. Study his ways and deal with him as he shapes them. If you find that he has been galli vanting with other hard cases and loot ing groceries, upsetting ash barrels, stoning automobiles, and comporting himself otherwise as hoodlums will do, lecture him and exr'.ain to him the fol ly of his course and the danger he in curs of being punished by strangers; then lead him into a secluded npart ment, take the 'old hair brush or the slipper, and dress him down gcod and hard. He will remember that incident when he may forgot your lecture. And if he lapses from grace, diess him down harder. There la in ou rowdy class an un fortunate tendency to believe that vice is smart; that It indicates maturity. That Is a frame of mind which must be educated at home and in Ihe school. These cigaiette smoking, spitting. y -J ?' ' J " Tut fiAt. EVERYBODY from the mall boy to the captain of- th champion team should hare our bate ball catalog. It's full to the brim of illattratioBt tad prices of the latest and best pf eyerythiaj in the baseball line. We would like to fnd you one. Send as your name and aJJmv WM. H. HOEGEE CO. Tent. A nines. Soortlnr Coodt. Caa. Clultlntr. boots. Baasacks. vjiV Kodaks, Bicycl. Xfr I38-I4D-I42 8. MAIN ST. 5 LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA. Chairs AND Rockers Reduced 14 to 1-2 For the week beginning June 20th we will seil any chair or riwln: In our store at a. reduction of 2"i to ,0 p r cent. This man t many of the chairs will be reduced to half price and the rductin?-. iH not be less than 1-4 on any chnir or rocker. For instance- Ka ;:- chair that is now marked $10.00 can be bought at n price somewhere between $3.00 ar.d $T.,0. Our assortment is immense and includes everything from n rhip kitchen chair to the finest upholstered parlor goods. Send an Order 1 . '. ; : . .. - : : i - r - Describe the kind of a chair you wish and leave the selection ! We will send you something that will be satisfactory, or you cam mw a remittance with instructions for us to hold the chair until yo-4 fc- seen pictures and descriptions of them. These prices will not fan i good for longer than 1 week, consequently there is not time for rrsvra correspondence. brawling loafers who infest or.r street corners must learn that manhood i better implied by respect for the re spectable qualities of their elders, than by imitating their . laxities, lieoently a gang of boys, of tender "years and tough inclinations, has come into no tice because it has taken to stealing bicycles, selling them for a dolUr i-r two In order to provide cigarettes and other luxuries. This gang is of "re spectable parentage," but it has not been spanked. . Whenever ait arrest is made "respectability" goes to court, pleads for its offspilng and the off spring is released to icsume its unrj spectable conduct. One young scamp Is said to have stolen another bicycle within a few hours after his release. We do not want these boys to go to a reformatory,' where they will have to associate with hard character?, much less to a prison where they will -onson with haider ones. We want them to be gloriously walloped at home, by their fathers, in order that they may grow up to decent manhood. Let us not hear anything more of "respecta bility" when we are talking of thieves, and if the parents cf the offenders will not do their part to keep them from offending, let's call In the suffering neighbors and apply the slipper, hot, on the spot the spot where it does most good. Brocklj'n Eagle. One of the most exasperating trick in connection with rushing pauper ini rhigiacts over to this country is thai carried on by a clique of money-lenders .who keep themselves well under cover. By arrangements made viifc friends and relatives, immigrants have no funds are loanej the neewsurr amount of money to enable thea t land. The number of persons e:uriaf the L'nlted States under these c-v:vji tior.s is large, and it is said that ta in high places wink at the pratxtk MEDICAL SCIENCE. IMMIGRATION TRICKS. The subject cf immigration Is prob ably not nearly so much discussed else where as It is in New York, where its disadvantages are felt keenly, says a dispatch to the Rcchester Democrat and Chronicle. Thife city has been pa tient and long suffering, but there is no'questlon but what there will be some kind of action started before long which will formulate restrictions to some degree. It is a well known fact that what few laws exist in regulation of the landing of aliens are easily overcome. This and the recent lower ing of rates by steamship companies, coupled with the fict that an Immi grant may land if fce or she has $10 in hand, amounts to the same thing as throwing down the bars and letting everybody and everything coine In, a situation which public spirited citi zens are beginning to rebel against. Mrs. Casey The doctor s;iy y We" nppendikitis. Tirr. llr. Casey Xh. Norah. Nmkl. Whoy wor ye so foolish us ta afc him yure bank took " Judge. "That Miss Goggles of Host) U welkin? encyclopedia."" "Hut , don't know us much as she did. Sh--just had her appendix removed." Ut , '"The doctor told ir.c nuM r 1 eailier." "What are you gou: to cisT "Well, I'm going to get c-u u.fr. him by not getting up s earry."--Cleveland Pla'p Dealer. A Berlin painr says Cie bvst prevent ive of appendicitis is to ualk on ait fours three t!tnei u day, twenty nrinul at a time. But who wouldn't rath-r have appendiiitis? Denver Repul!. can. Fame Tour case, the doctor toll him, "U absolutely unique. In tr. whole range of medical annuls there !. no record of an thing like iu I: is u entirely new disease. TV congratu late you." "Yuu congratulate me"" feebly re plied the patient. "Am I going to j-'.-well?" "We can't tell iet." "Then what are you eoi1gra,tuIat!i: j me for?" "We are going to name the disei-e after you." Chicago Tribune. CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE Sergeant "Judge, the prisoner to be woman's clothes." Judge Know "Why?"' Sergeant "She iefu?e I stro.igly rurp t a man dieel in ti talk."