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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAT MORNING JULY 19, 1900
Tell fcladly send you one. . Then show the not approve, then do not buy; if he approves, then buy, and keep these stand ard family medicines on hand. Ayer'B Sarsapn-nia, Ayer's PIU. ADMINISTRATION TICKET OF NEW YORK LIFE LO. Of the Twenty-Four Candidates . Thirteen are New Men. The "administration ticket" of trus tees of the New York Life Insurance company was nominated at a meeting of the board last week. Of the twenty four men named, thirteen, a majority, are new men that is, they have not SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA KURTZMANN TnU" In t hp f Art i t i vofli. , f w c nviL'tA.A i t - 1 . . v- -" iaicih.i:, m- rt-i.auie nouse 01 ivurtz- mann has for many years past been paying the greatest possible attention to the development of the upright piano. The Kurtzmann is endowed with a free, open tone of Quick and sympathetic response and with a touch tl'llli-tU nnln . -.1.-..-.-... - .A . winch appeals to the player $400 and Write for catalogs and descriptions. Eu8y terms of payment if desired. GEO. J, BIRKEl COMPANY 45-317 8. Spring let, Los Angles, Cal. Fine fprn s shop shows the very latest designs in Correspondence tionery; accepts orders for Engraving and Die Stainp- and carries a line tock. Don't fail to call when in Los Angeles. FORD SMITH & LITTLE CO, The Picture Frame Makers, South Broadway- SSgn335i3S Jewelry Catalog. No. 35 and save money on your purchases. Our guarantee cf high quality and correct style will cost you nothing. CATAIOG IS FREE. VRITE FOR IT TODAY. BROCK & FEAGANS, Jewelers FOURTH & BROADWAY LOS AI7GELES, CAL. SSNTA CATALINR Many new and Interesting features for this summer. Danclng'pavllion doubled In size. Island Mountain Railway In operation. New driveways along the water front. Boating, Pathing, Fishing, Bowling, etc DAILY CONCERTS BY THE FAMOUS CATALIN A MARINE BAND. CANVAS CITY NOW OPEN Furnished and unfurnished tents for rent by the day, week or month at reasonable rates. Located under large shade trees, a short way from th water front. An ideal and Inexpen sive way to spend a summer's vacation. THE ISLAND VILLA Cozy cottage rooms, -without board. HOTEL METROPOLE American plan. Cuisine unexcelled. For further Information, reservations, etc.. address BANNIN IG & CO- 593 HUNTINGTON BLDG. - LOS ANGELES SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HOTELS. HOLLENBECR HOTEL A. C. BILICKE. JNO. S. MITCHELL IjOS Angeles, Cal. Central Location, Excellent Accommodations, Prices Reasonable, lux- a cellent Restaurant. Cars from all depots, also all electric excursion and B . A 4hn Vicsuri lata blui ciw wic i . - HEADQUARTERS THE NEW ROSSLYN qffb THE NATICK HOUSE 443 South Main St. LOS ANGELES, CAL. DlfflP European, 75c to $2. CDCC American, ? 1.50 to $3, MEETS ALL THE CUMBERLAND Completely furnished apartments of one to four rooms, with or without i, private bath or buffet kitchen. Local and long distance telephones In every suite. Delightfully located on the "Hill." near terminus of fa mous Angels' Flight R. R., one block from business center, theaters and trolley lines. Low Summer Rates $20.00 to $75.00 per suite per month. R O. HOGUE, HARRY D. CLARK. Late Chief Clerk Lexington. Late Proprietor Van Nuys, Broadway. LOS ANGELES. Kio3 We have nothing to conceal I No secrets to hide! We publish the formulas of all our medi cines. You will find these in Ayer's Almanac for 1906. If you do not have a convwewill formulas to your doctor. If he does served In the present board which, of course, is thought of as being the board under which the methods of the old McCall administration nourished. Places were made for the new men, not only by recent resignations, but by the refusal of three of the present board to stand for re-election and the voluntary retirement from the board of the five officers of the company not Including President Alexander E. Orr who have held membership in that body. Although It has not been defi nitely announced. It may be said on au thority that Mr. Orr will not stand for re-election to the presidency. In case the "administration tcket" wins, it Is believed that one of the new trustees ADVERTISEMENTS. The Old Reliable Piano of German Manufacture. upward Steinway, Cecilian and Victor Dealers. Stationery of Novelty Place Cards constantly -next' door to Los Angeles. the Vllle De Paris ISLAND SEASON 1906. Hotel Alvarado LOS ANGELES. A most comfortable, home-like, first-class hotel. Special rates and inducements for summer business. Three car lines; 8 minutes from Broadway. W. B. C0RW1N - - Proprietor. N. E. Corner Westlake Park. rm FOR ARIZONIANS First and Main Sts. . LOS ANGELES, CAU R IQ DapAmer, $1.25 to $2.50. European, 50c to $2. TRAINS Edwd Hobcl 1 Fifth and Los Angeles Sts Los Angeles, Cal. Strictly modern; everything new; absolutely fireproof; all outside rooms; a first class family anJ commercial hotel; cafe In connection. Euro pean plan. Rates, $1 a day and up. For reser vations or further particulars, address i T0USLEY COMPANY, Proprietors. will be chosen president. If any deci sion has been reached as to the man to be warned, his name has not yet been learned. The thirteen new men, who were not connected with the company under the administration of President McCall. are: James H. Eckels of Chicago. David R. Francis of St. Louis; Julius Flelsc-h-raann of Cincinnati. Ewald Fleitmann. New York; Judge Horace H. Lurton of Nashville, Tenn.; Seth M.' Mllliken. New York; John G. Milburn, New York; Anton A. Raven, New York; John Reid, Fleming H. Revell, Elbrldge G. Snow, George F. Seward, Louis Wagner. The eleven men on the ticket in the present board are: John Claflin, Thomas P. Fowler, Woodbury Lang don, Robert J. Lowry. Clarence H. Mackay, Henry C. Mortimer. George A. Morrison, Alexander E. Orr, William B. Plunkett, Augustus G. Paine, Hiram R. Steele. o TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. 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. RECORDER'S OFFICE. Grand Canal Co. to United States of America Deed; Grand canal. Salt River Valley Canal Co. to Unit ed States of America Deed; Salt Riv er Valley canal. Maricopa Canal Co. to United States of America Deed; Maricopa canal. Water Power Canal Co. to United States of America Deed; Water Pow er canal. R. H. Greene to S. W. & S. L. Ham ilton Deed; part south half southwest quarter section 15, 2 north 1 east. Ancil Martin and wife to R. H. Greene Deed; lot 5. west half lot 4, block 8, Neahr's addition. J. C. Wasson and wife to R. H. Greene Deed; same. B. G. Pecka and wife to Florence B. Philes Deed; lots 5 and 6, block 15. Collins addition. Mrs. Ida E. Boyd to Herman Priester Deed; lots 1 and 3, block 7, Mont gomery addition. John R. Loosley to J. F. Meador Deed; south half lot 10. block 9, City cemetery. o O. C. Dowe was a passenger to" Seattle on last night's southbound train. Southern California Advertisements. Why Pay Rent Yhile on Your Summer Vacation? We run sell yon any kind of a house on eaty termx, same as rent, in or around Lom Ancele or at the beat lien We an cll you tlio bt San Joaquin Valley land, with abunrlanrr t H KAl water, for j-10 per acre on eay term. Do licit fat to see U8 or write for particular. J.: FAUK A CO., 441-2 Citizens Sal'l Hank B4i)k , Loh Angeles, Cal. Southern California Hotels. Hotel Lankershim Seventh and Broadway LOS ANGELES Perfect appointments all modern conveniences; courteous attention; moderate prices. A hotel that ap peals to people In quest of comforc and luxury; new and beautifully furnished 300 rooms, 160 baths. All outside rooms. Hot and cold run ning water, local and long llstance telephones In every room. Special rates: Large, airy rooms, $1.00 per day and up; with bath, $1.50. European plan. COOPER & DAVIS, Lessees. J Pasadena, Cal. Hilton The central hotel. 20 K. Colo. ft. Klec. lights, I'rivate l.alhs Homcli . r-"k It. $l,SO i.im. Jlau. Mrs J, K Clarke. f- r'd trip all beaches THE EVER. HARDY LOS ANGELES, CAL. Just opened; one block from Arcade Depot, corner Fourth and Central Ave. New pressed-brick building; elegantly furnished. All outside and sunny rooms. Rates reasonable. V. D. SIMMS. Prop. Home Phone 6314. r The Cynthia and Annex Th Leading Apartment Houss at Long Beach, Cal. Fronting the new pleasure pier and auditorium. Elegantly fur nished suites of four, three and two rooms, with all modern con veniences, as well as single rooms. The Ramona Apartments, on the sand beach. Splendid surf bath ing. P. O. Box 214. LONG BEACH. B THE WOODBURY SUCCESS TRAINING Gives young people an Impetus successward that lasts through life. It places them In line for position, prestige and promotion. ARIZONA IS FULL OF OPPORTUNITIES For those who are prepared for the " tide in the affairs of men Which, taken at the flood. x 1 Leads on to fortune." A few months' training at the old-new, well-known and reliable WOOD BURY insures this preparation. The courses Include Bookkeeping, Short hand, Typewriting, Spelling, Commercial Arithmetic, Commercial Law, Rapid Calculations, Penmanship, Grammar, Business Correspondence, Banking, Cor poration and Voucher Accounting, Real Estate, Insurance and Office Practice. THE WOODBURY SUMMER SCHOOL NOW IX PROGRESS. New and distinctive college building, cool and pleasant school rooms. Los Angeles weather delightful. No term divisions, no vaca tion, enter any time. We will "put you through." Write for particulars today. 809 South Hill Street, jL LOCAL III INTEREST TO SPEND THE SUMMER Misses Zelma and George Bailey left last night for the coast where they will spend the summer with relatives and friends, j BURGHARDT-CLAY Edward Bur- ghardt and Mrs. Harriett E. Clay were j united In marriage last night by Rev. A. vvagner at the A. M. E. parsonage. Though the friends of Mf. and Mrs. Burghardt were expecting the wedding they were not expecting It at this time. The bride and groom themselves were treated to a surprise after the cere mony in the shape of refreshments prepared for them by Mrs. Wm. E. Ratcliff. Both the bride and groom have been residents of the city for sev eral years and are active members of the A. M. E- church. The groom ic employed at the Stevens barber shop. The bride Is a sister of Frank Tur ner. CANALS TRANSFERRED Deeds were placed on record yesterday trans ferring to the United States of Amer ica, the property of the Grand Canal company, the Salt River Valley Canal company, the Maricopa Canal com pany and the Water Power Canal com pany. The transfer of the property of the Arizona Water company occurred two or three weeks ago so this com pletes the transfer to the government of all the old north side canals. It may now be expected that in the very j hear future the government will make some official announcement of the lo cation of the proposed diversion dain and proceed to its building at the ear liest possible time. Hope and expectancy are great When Donofrio's Cactus Candy is the fate. Flavor and purity always blend In the true confection, the people's friend. Persorva.1 Mention Mrs. Pavld Reed left last night to Denver via the M. & P. The family of Frank T. Alkire has gone to California for a stay of several weeks. P.oadmaster Hlgley of the S. F. P. & P. was in the city yesterday from Prescott. Mrs. Clark Churchill left Tuesday evening for the coast where she will s-pend the summer. Dr. and. Mrs. Ecimons left yesterday for Iron Springs where they will spend the balance of the summer. Mrs. FYanLr A lrtn-irth l.iff T'.w.i.I., - --.... .. ... ... ' evening for Los Angeles, her former! nome, where she will spend several weeks visiting her mother. j Mrs. Sam Franklin and daughter, I lone, left last night over the South- ern Pacific for the coast. They expect! to return to Phoenix about September 15th. F, A. Jones general freight and pas senger agent of the S. F. I'. & P. and P. P.' Hastings, auditor of the same line, are expected here this mornimr irom i'reseott. Ross C. Cllne, Pacific coast freight and passenger agent of the Wabasb line, spent yesterday In Phoenix Intpp viewing business men and left this morning for the north. The guests registered at the Ford yesterday were: G. H. Xedson. A. T. & S. F. Railroad; C. F. Schilling, Otto M. Roberts, Los Angeles; B. W. Ash lzer, San Francisco; E. C. King, Pres cott; W. C. Prescott, Kelvin. Dr. Nell Mclntyre and wife. Miss Mclntyre, and John Mclntyre and Mrs. Mclntyre's father, N. Marshall, left Tuesday evening over the southern Muffins that Fairly Melt in Your Mouth Just the thing to tempt the appe tite for breakfast, luncheon or supper. Light and dainty with a flavor beyond compare. Made with Carnation Cream (Sterilized) Nothing but pure milk and cream, minus the germs and water. Its high percentage of butter-fat gives to cooking that much desired rich ness and savoriness. Carnation Muffins One pint flour, i egg. f tablespconful suffar. full ttupooa. full baking powder. Dilute eooucb Carnation Cream 1th equal amount of water to make a b-ttrr when added. Salt to taste Four into hot muffin tin which has b-ea well buttered, and bake In a quick oven. Try w ith a bruuiu straw. If straw cones out dry . tliey are done. Lot Angeles, Cat. TURKISH TOWELS. Extra ' large, white Turkish towels with fringed colored border. A regular 25c value on sale today at I5c each COTTON TOWELS Full size, unbleached cotton towels, just what you want for a common hand towel. Today's special price 3c each "MOSQUITO PROOF" A new weave, of netting with very fine mesh absolutely" guaranteed to keep the pests out while you sleep worth its weight In gold. Today's price 3 yards for 25c SHORT KIMONOS A great big line of short kimonos here, made of printed lawn, in both light a;id dark ejects. All sizes In the regular 1?,c quality on s.ila to day at 45 c SHORT KIMONOS Just a few dozen lawn kimonos here, made of both dark and light colors. The regular pries is 65c each, but we'll sell them today at 39c each CHILDREN'S WHITE HOSE. Very pretty, pure white lace hose for children. All sizes from C to 8!,s, and they sell ordinarily at 25c and 25c a pair. Special price today 20c pair SUMMER VESTS A hundred dozen in this lot. These vests are made of fine, pure white mercerized cotton, taped neck and armholes, and sell usually at 20c each. All sizes oil sale today at !2c each SILK WAISTS Made of white habutai silk, lace trimmed, and priced $2.50 and $3.00 each. We have all sizes, and you couldn't buy the bare material at today's price $1.50 route for the coast, where they wil' Fpend the balance of the summer Those registered at the Commercial hotel yesterday were: J. McGregor, L03 Angeles; S. C. Prunty, Florence; Ed win F. Jones, Tucson; A. G. Wilson, GHead Springs, Ariz.; J. P. Angle, Prescott; Charles E. Ashley, Prescott. W. T. Weftervelt and wife of New York City, who make their home at the'r mining camp in Pinal county, ra8sed through the city Tuesday en route to the coast where they will spend the balance of the summer. Chas. A. Stauffer, circulation mana ger of The Republican, returned yes terday from a business triD to Winkle man, Kelvin, and other places and left last night for Mesa, from whence he will go by stage to Roosevelt, Globe and other mining points before hie return. Among those leaving this morninjr i via the S. F. P. & P. road were: E. E. Corella -for DesMolnts; Sol Bernhart, for Los Angeles; Samuel R. Trow bridge for San Francisco; P. J. Me Kinney and wife for Long Beacn: Mont Anderson and wife for San Diego, and Ethel Marston and Clara Martin for Long Beach. Those registering at the Hotel Adams yesterday were: P. C. Robert son of Globe; H. M. Hubbard of New York; W. H. Rockfellow of San Fran cisco; Ross C. Cline of Los Angeles: W. E. Curry of Gibson, N. M.; Miss Carrie Wilhite, Miss Mildred Lewis, of Columbia, Mo.; P. J. McKInney. city; Thomas Beach, Yuma. Among the outgoing iassengers on yesterday morning's Santa Fe train were: Mary P. Richards for Denver; R H. Corson, for Prescott and the coast; Frank Fisher, Don Drake and Martin Delaney for San Francisco; J. G. Trowbridge and wife, Bessie Gibson, J. G. Evans, A. V. White and Lucy Doster and daughter for San Diego; Mrs. A. M. Dodenhoff for Long Beach; O. F. Page and wife for the fi ' Canyon and P. Peterson for Denver. o "rS- : ! -1' ! '1 ! ! ! ... ! -I ! AMUSEMENTS M"H"i"M"I 1 t M' H..1. ..i.4.4..i..i..m .h., "Ranch No. 10" was given its final production last night at Eastlake park to an audience which voiced Its ap proval by loud and frequent applause. Tonight the screamingly funny comedy! in three acts, enf.tled "Married for Money.". The plot concerns Mr. and Mrs. Mopus and their friends. Mr. Mopus, a young man has married a woman neither young or beautiful, who has a temper as well as a fortune and the results when he desires money may be Imagined. A complete change of specialties with dancing after the performance Friday and Saturday nights. Excursion Saturday night. Seats on sale at Sanichas. Prices 10c, 30c. 30 and 50c. o We saw this lying in a store window today: "It's a long walk to Easy streei and no cars running." Also this: "Don't wait for your ship to come in; row out and meet It." Atchison Globe. I llSMi WHITE JAP. SILK Full 36 Inches wide and Just right for shirt waists or men's shirts. Other stores ask $1.00 a yard for the same thing. Our price for today only 59c yd SHORT KIMONOS Genuine Imported Japanese ki monos, made of sheer Jap. lawn in the large grotesque designs so re mindful of t-e Orient. These ki mono sell usually at $1.75, $2.00 and $2.50. Today's special price 90c WHITE SKIRTS One assorted lot of white pique and white butcher's linen skirts in va rious styles, priced $2.00 and $2.50 each. On the bargain table today at $1.25 CORSET COVERS Our regular 45c and 50c lines of cor set covers, some trimmed with em broidery, others with lace inserting and edging to match. All siaes on sale todav at 25 each LADIES' WHITE HOSE Plain white seamless hose, full length and good, fine quality. Tou would pay 25c for this quality else where, but we're selling them today at I5c Pair LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS One so!id case of ladies' plain white hemstitched handkerchiefs here that should make a big hit today. A genuine 10c quality, but today's spe cial price is 5c each RECLAMATION FUND DISTRIBUTION Of IT Less Than Half as Much This Tear ai Could Be Used. Washington. July 13. (Special Cor respondence of The Republican.) The secretary of the interior had adjusted the allotments of the reclamation fund In accordance with recent estimates from the general land office as to the probable amount of this fund during the next two years. The fundamental principle has been to allot the fund to the projects where the work is now farthest advanced and where returns to the fund may be expected In the near future. The surveys and examinations al ready made show that at least $100. 000.000 could be used to advantage in various parts of the arid west. The total fund which will be available from the proceeds of public lands for the years ioi-2 is estimated by the gen eral land office to be a little over $41. 000,000. In order, therefore, to con tinue the work, it is necessary that this money, or as much of It as possible, be Invested in works which will begin to ;-ield returns to the fund at the earl iest possible date, so that the monev j may be used over again as soon as pos sible for the construction of other works. In several of the projects, a number of years must elapse before the works will be completed. Such projects will not be revenue producing for years. On the other hand, in Nevada the work has advanced to a point where upward of 50,000 acres are already un der Irrigation, and revenue may be ex pected soon from this area. Other projects are nearlng completion, and every possible effort Is being made to Makes hair light and fluffy. Stops itching instantly. GOING-1 GOING-!! GONE!!! Herpicide will save 1L Herpicide will NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE The Original Remedy that "kills" the Dandruff Germ. DONT BLAME YOUR MIRROR Many ladies compel their mirrors to bear silent witness to needless hair destruction. Day after day they see beauty and attractlve reas despoiled by the removal of Drug Stores $1. Send 10c stamps, to HERPICIDE CO, Dept. H, De. troit, Mich., for a sample. LARSON DRUG CO., SPECIAL AGENTS. Applications at prominent barber shops. NIGHT GOWNS Half a dozen styles of gowns here, marked six-bits. Mostly all are made of English long cloth and all are prettily trimmed, some 'with lace and others with embroidery. All one price today 48c each VAL. LACES Another big lot of Val. laces In all widths from 4 inch to 2 inches. Regular prices. 84c. 10c and 12H:C a yard. On sale today at 4c yd SILK WAISTS Several dozen waists here, made of white Japanese silk, handsomely trimmed with Val lapn $3.50 and.?4.00 each. On sale t.-- day at $1.75 WHITE PETTICOATS If you need a new white petticoat or two, these should Interest you. Some of cambric, some of long cloth, others of fine muslin. All prettily trimmed with lace edges and lnsertings. Today's price 98c HOSIERY SPECIALS We're clearing out all broken Knrs In hosiery, and if you need any chil dren's or ladies' hose of any kind, take a look through the hundreds of pairs on the bargain table today. Prices extremely low. MEN'S SHIRTS Perhaps there are some men In Phoenix who don't know just what a line of shirts we have. If you are one of them, we can only say to you, "Come and look." You'll find the variety here and save money on every shirt you buy. MEN'S SHIRTS One assorted lot of 75c golf shirts, rumpled and mussed from much handling. All they need is a tub bing, and you may take your choice today at 39c g finish these in order that they may bo gln to repay the cost. The allotments as recently approval by the secretary of the Interior now stand as follows: 1. Oregon Klamath (a) $2,000,000 Klamath (future). 2.4(o.('oO fmatllla l.OuO.OOO $5.4-.").(.i" 2. Arizona Salt River 4.5;Uel 3. Montana Huntley 9O0.O09 L. Yellowstone ;.000.0"0 Milk River l.ooo.uon Sun River 5"0,0i0 4.40.0-" 4. Nevada Truckee-Carson. 3. TOO. f t 5. Nebraska-Wyoming North Platte 3 3i9 ,(,., 6. Idaho Minidobe 1.530.000 Fayette-Boise 1.4'JU.oro 3.040,0.. 7. California-Arizona Yuma 5.(M'U.iH.. 8. Washington Okenogen 500.000 Tieton 1.150.009 Sunnyside I.IOC1.11O9 Indian Res 109,(h9 C.sr.O.O t 9. Colorado Uncompahgre ;,3ti0.0c 10. Wyoming Shoshone r.?j0.Oi"' 11. North Dakota Delle Fourche 2.10.0t" 12. North Dakota Pumping projects. 1.009.009 L. Yellowstone.... 70i,utti 1.70.0(. 13. Utah Strawberry Valley. 1.259.0" 14. New Mexico Hondo 350.009 Carlsbad 6OO.1X.9 Rio Grande 2o0.o9 1.136.00 15. Kansas Garden City 260.00- (a) The total allotted to the Kla math project, Oregon. Is $4.400.n0; ( this, $2,009,000 is immediately avail able and $2,400,000 to be set aside fr future funds. save It. Too late for Herpicide. great combfulls of slightly dis eased hair that could be saved. If your mirror could talk U ouM plead with you to "save your hall- not the combings. It can be done with Newbro's Herpicide which kills the microbe that causes dull, brittle and lusterless hair, also dandruff and falling hair. Destroy the germ and the hair's natural luster and abund ance will return. Marvelous re sults. An exquisite hair dressing.