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THE ARIZONA REP V BUCAN. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBEK 1000 SUBSCRIPTION COMPETITION Republican's Gift to Ariz ona Boys and Girls Free Special School Courses ami Free Interesting Edu cational Journeys How They May be Earned and AVhat They Comprise. Yesterday several enternr-'-.n l.ov and g:rls enrolled their nsmes as con-! testants In The Republican subscr.p tion contest, and Inquiries regarding! the contest are rapidly coming in.' Boys and girls, et Into line and win one of the following: - An eight months' tuition, choice of any course in the Phoenix Academy, and Business College, a' school which has been very successful in preparhig students for university work or special examination work. Ftoiti this school students have entered Yale, Harvard,! Vanderbilt and the California univers:-j ties. And several have been nreoared in special subjects for other noted schools and colleges. A full term, choice of any -course. Arizona School of Music, an institu tion devoted exclusively t the study of music In all its departments, with a department of elocution and physical; culture. It is the only school of music j in Arizona devoted to these exclusive studies and ranks with some of the best schools of the east. Its teachers' have been brought from me n:g east-! em cities. esDeciallv for this seriont and many of them have had advantage' U &iSirZ&, : J Zf-.- - J1 i jT There need not be a cold room in the house if you own a PERFECTION Oil Heater. This is an oil heater that give satisfaction wherever used. Produces intense heat without smoke or smell because it is equipped with smokeless device no trouble, no danger. Easily carried around from room to room. You cannot turn the wick tco high cr too low. As easy and simple to care for as a lamp. The PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped with Smokeless Device.) is an ornament to the home. It is made in two finishes nickel and japan. Brass oil fount beautifully embossed. Holds 4 quarts I of oil and burns 9 hours. Every heater warranted. Do not be satisfied with anything but a PERFECTION Oil Heater. If you cannot got Heater or information from ycur dealer write to nearest agency for descriptive circular. The Jga Lamp Ey makes the home ht. Is the safest best lame for all-round household use. Gives a clear, steady light- Fitted with latest improved burner. .Made of brass throughout and nickel plated. Every lamp warranted. Suitable for library, dining room cr parlor. If not at your dealer's write to nsarest agency. STANDARD OIL COMPANY. Of Local Interest t f CIRCLE 'p lv Circle of 'i In the best of European training schools abroad. An eight months' tuition, choice of any course, at the Lamson Business; College, which was established eighteen! years ago, and In which school many! tHOW LATHAM SIZED. UP GOLDEN STATE o the successful young business men and hundreds of clerks, bookkeepers it ij a Good Place Bat Arizona Is a and stenographers of the Salt River POPULAR WANTS OR CLASSIFIED ADS THE CHILD'S STUDY The Mothers' Child Stud the Churchill held its first nieetin iil me season yesiorejay afternoon. The attendance was not as larec as usual, but the interest was well sus tained and the topic: "The Develop ment of the Child Through I'lay" was thoroughly discussed by tiie mothers :nu loaer.ers. if A CON FUSION OF BARRETTS There was a story printed the morning of a fight in which San je-tt figured. There are two Sam Bar- I "fis in in.3 community, i me en tiieni.if ! ia a farmer living near town and the . r .Kin i Lui iru, iji j: til 1 illlllllt: , i King. The Sam Barrett of the couii- p iiy ue.-oier- mat me puimc Keep tnis distinction in mind to the end that he may not in any way become identified with the hot tamale industry. A SCHOLARSHIP NOMINEE - f .Johnnie Peiicleitr.it wlm liv..u on I" ?i D. No. 3. about twelve miles w Phoenix was yesterday riomtnat recommended as worthy of a schola: shfp to a business college by II. M. Wellioin of that district. Johnnie is a bright fellow and a rustler. 1 wants to g(j to school and here is his j opportunity. Other boys and girl j too. should hurry and enroll so as to ! get a good start. END OF PRACTICE MARCH Adjutant General Ieavel yesterday re ceived a letter from Captain Charles S Ilalgl'.t. who commanded Troop V. of ihe Fifth cavalry on its recent visit to PrToenix in the course of a practice march from Fort Apache, where Ca:- taln Haight 1 in command. Cnptam ' ilaight desired In the letter to extend I his. thanks to Colonel Lea vol!, fohmol ! McClintock and other oMir-ers ofth? j national guard for the courtesies ox i tended him while he was hero. 'the market weary 1 ISliilte y I RETTS jj 1 west of ! M ted and . M izsw- - - i ir s- S1 ' .T.rt- fail !in- i i.e ie. w gloves is he:-- an 1 .'how you t. v.-ry of kill loes i. ; style from the sh : to t! o 16-hi:ttc:i hi: short sleeves eun White, bl.i-'k an colors in ('t!it-r Ish all sizs. as gloves, we l.aic tiie glove titter In tov Pcttit. w h will Vt v ... : r.-.ulv to b". - -.lss Y !;V-.lt .-:)!:. l-Zve; y i :;-c!asj, l.-r.t' gth for tise with be f jnd here. ..: M-.e ; .-.ui..r t ) ;' :t these only o:;i -ri!-:icci! n. Mis Edna your g oves j .-r- fectly. If ; ou want a : gloves it a rc-as.rjab!e h(.-r ou'll find them, guaranteed. :ool p:;ir of price. C'-io Every pair Loiiq iloves Every size in either white or black silk gloves may be found at our glove depart ment at present and you'll find the prices less than at other stores. Fuil length, either while or black silk gloves at 35c a Pair Get yours today. "50 I at ' : No niatt-r n it's here in every V.V have ev.rv J!c'ji! patter:-. size that's m --id-prove it t time ;-ou need a pattern. i'ai for patterr are t':!'rd prr.::;pt: f.r your p.itt-rn if -.i ear. t . r valley and other parts of Arizona re ceived all or part of their training. Then, for any boy or girl who wishes to enter the contest and does not care for a scholarship course, there is just as desirable and valuable offerings In cluding a free round-trip transporta tion educational trip to the coast, a most delightful outing trip which many will be glad to have when the warm days come again next summer, and which is a liberal offer for the amount of easy work it will take to Also a free trip to the Orand yon of Arizona. Many of the great Better One. II. I. Latham has returned from his summer vacation in California, a pan of which was devoted to business, an other part to travel, and the rest of it to rest and recreation. It was just a week from the time he left here until Necessary Regulations for Handliog the Business. Prices Drifted Withous Any Active Cause. ft"'" --- The , patronage of the pop ular want columns of The Re publican has become j-.o great it has been foend necessary to prescribe cer tain ruls for the handling of this business, that- have not hitherto bee.i i igldly enforced. The individual trans- he returned, and during that vast "po-; actions are so small they can only b riod of time he visited Los Angeles j handled successfully in an organise twice and made one trip to each, way. In the first p. ace it is not 1- and San Francisco, he savs. presents an i ln-'1 rea-on 'i is requested that i'l N'fcw York. Oct. 4. Healings in stocks became apathetic today and th. dullness of trading approached stag nation. Prices drifted idly and un certainly with a downward trend in the dullest periods, more from in ac tion than from any selling pressure? CCL.GfTE i CO Colo ores loiief is a Articles , V Jtj hMA J: '. t tie a moun l "-e mciu uuc i . i,. ,i . - . secure It I Bakersih ld, Oaklanjl and San Fran- j sirable- to open accounts for individ Irand Can- Iico- j ual twenty-five cent transactions, arn sights of the world are enjoyed only, almost sickening sight when its fr at the cost of the most arduous travel. I mtr B'ory is recalled, but the energy The trip to the Grand Canyon, at the which the city is being rebuilt is expense of The Republican, is an easy most inspiring. Oakland is in her glory jaunt and this is one of the wonders ' and as busy as a beehive, while Bal:er: of the world and ranks in noint of in- field and Los Angeles are hammering terest second to nothine- in the T'nird away as usual. Rut the point Mr. States Latham wants to emphasize is And to win any o these all have to do, boys and girls, is secure subscriptions, paid in ad vance, to the Daily Arizona Republi- ...... I never before has ho returned to I'ho, to: ; 1 .' - v i irip or so entriusiasue to: He says at this season the hills are bare and brown, and. while Apzona is a little on the same order, j it is by contrast a most beautiful green. This is not the greenest time i of the year here, but it is much gieen' i I than in the coast region- Mr. Latham .'-ays ne feels can. Each month's subscription counts for so many votes or credits. uu ...... .4 a., lilt JJJ V W I ... TT1. Among tne scholarships offered will be an eight months' tuition, choice of any course, at Lamson Business Col- leeo an ohi ostihiist,..,! inuiimtim, Mr. Latham .'-ays ne teels ct which has graduates in all narts of : tnat l V'V Rr,t ' lonS until til!s val- ! -ave Arizona. Choice of any csurse at i le' bf ?ius t0 wax bus' '" the ovf'r- i Phoenix Business College and Acad- I flow turned away from the, nmv hnslnoca a,ir. r iaci,.i coast. The big boom, of course Arizona School of Music, choice of such advert is-merits shall be cash .' advaii'-e unless the advertiser l''18 n running account w.th the taper for other and 1 -lrger busine.:. It Is also ne; ossary that copy for tl.es? advertisemei.ts haii be I. rough' in as early as po-sille, pref-iabiy cl tiring the- day tii..e when the count ing room force is on duty. If circum- as cm th's r-tar.c-s uiisr at niglit. u h as the i's future. I losing of aithles. et'.. where irrirn -California di.it.- ad ert ifeint nt is ihsiiab'e. the ad should 1." brougi.t to tie- of.'i.'e wi,:i the mor.ey. This is t.i ohvia'e with out Kiing ol'ft r.se. the v iolation of i r-jie it has b' en neces.-ar- to mak -. STOCKS. n Amalgamated Copper. 1 1 4 ' a ; sugar. t jl342;; Anaeonda. 2S4i: Atchison. $ Ilf3"; jireferred. lP:i4; N'ew Jersey V, Central. Zo; '. X- . r,j: St. Pav.l, t j NEV l"4'i; Cig Four. ' ; '. S.. 4': first t; preferred, fi1-; scftil preferred. Z,ZX -: Krie, 4111; Inter. Met., 37"; preferr. !. A ine assortm7r' ,.f the uiar '..!i:.ite t , is now on display her e at popular prk e. F! soap. Turkish bath soap. Cashi-i-iv bou-tuet s.i; of "il kinds, etc.. at prices a lit!" low. r than ;. b.-tt I a ii.g for the same artich s. Ask f:;me fo:- little folks. Five ..i"i-s box. P. e t!.- rie.i; SEER- 13S that ; M. P.. S; X,)V York Central. 5i,; Pennsylvania, 141'2: St. L. & K. v.. second pretcrrc-d. 4i'4: S. P.. L4TS; i;. P.. SJ'4; V. S. Steel. 47: U. it Steel, preferred, l-'ifi-'g; W. L"., Stir . 30NCS. I". S. rc-f. Us., reg. end coupon. l"3a.i: ( c . S. j.".. rcg.. TC1.. coupon l"3i4; '. j S. eid 4s. reg. and coupon, loj'i; I. i rrew 4s. te g. and coajion. 131. GINGHAMS AND SUCKERS. About "'" patterns to choose frinr in this n.-..- assort'i.-'iit of .-in-;!i ims and se'-rsuokr-r:: t! !t h.s just reache-d us. p' .: 1... s;riies. ch-ek ' and plain c-f lor s g iSe'ie:, and y-ej onght to 'old e-x,i'-i!y t!i.- kind you need .-inrong tlvm. O-nuiik- R:;tts t-rsucli jrs in ";r;:s'- s. ri;ies," the kind rr.ost ft,,;es a.-k joc a s.'rd fo-. on sale with 'he new t.'mglu.ms at I2?c Yd OUTING FLANNELS. Il ji cl.e ils of i :.-tty patterns In i:i::;'y ou'.ir.g llaniv-ls now ready l !" you here. Also every plain color th.-.t is in u can l.-e found bore-. Voti this ::t:is.,n we not only i.:ivr a niche,- ;.f all kinds of ""',1s. but we also have the great big variety to c -!i" - from. Moro dry o "Is tlian aii the other store.. i:i town put luj 'aci-irovu it by looking. FEATHER TICKINGS. f cours tickings h press u; r,. -rt we on y-'r we rNo have tie- k : guarr.te. i not t 1- t work throrjtr:. Plai" s' as the fen-y ;,-rmar. : quali'i -s fi-o.n : Com--- !:.; if you r. thi-s se-aon. '.hat no popular want a shall be r- piano, violin, vocal or other courses. Scranton International Correspondence fichool, scholarship tuition to th amount of seventy-five dollars, choice of mechanical engineering, mining en gineering, ad writing and illustrating, and many others. There will be a free round trip transportation to the coast, and a free week's trip to the Grand Canyon of Arizona including round tiip transpor- The big boom, of course. ;s in San Francisco and Los Angeles, but i valuations are so high that only the very wealthy can invest, to any great, extent. Hundreels are being lure-el to the coast who have eirily a few thou sands dollars each at their command, and when they get there- they lind the good things all too big for their re- sources. They w ant some place where i a little money will go further, and that ' place, of course, is the Salt Rive r val- j ley. It is only a question of a short I ( e eived over the tele-phone- at .night. The tain ! reason for this is that advertiser:? formed the habit of having such minor duties until e veiling, when the counting reiom is closed, ;;nd it takes a large part of the time of the ri-.-wr-force to answer the- telephone and at tend to business that could be bettei tiansaeted in the daytime. I METALS. I Copper was higher in the London 'maiket with spot qtiejte-d at CJ3 and j futures at 1."..-. 'i v loci! mat tcl was as hid" higher with hue quoted 'at S2n.2o'-i 2o.."0; electrolytic Jly.'.T,'; ji"i..l'r: casting at Jli. "'; Jo. no. Silver CHci; Mexican Collars, ZZ. MUSLINS. i Who:- you come h- re f yo;j ji.i not have to choose frc a dozen branny ps we hrve assort ment. tml the t ' ir es ITCHING SCULP MERCHANT OF VtNICt DORRIS OPERA HOUSE Little lowe-r than ble-ai hed muslin v. the- Loom. Pii.k- o Lonsdaie. Crbot. C muslin ni half a big a re a In ; tier stores. e have Fruit of the West. Hill. 'u:ril-us, IVquoi. Pepperell. l"tie Samo.-el. a ne1 most ;is rrur.v bleach, d. At la t -- e-: a i bran-is tic. Mohawk, others. Al io the nn- it's choose l"e- uj mnkin: e onie 1 bef,,re nione-v COTTON BATTING. matter bow cheap or how (in want your cotton batting here-. Twelve qualities t- frim. ranging in price from to $l.-.'r a r-)':l. If you're : up any co-iforters this fall, i- re and exarnir.c our batting y.ui i urci'.as.-. You'll save bv doing so. NEW DRESS GOODJ. Xo matter w!:at ar: : in I'h nix may .- i t. . rcnieii!' - r ue . larg'-st ass itm rt ciass to-.VJl. preive b .1- ,lr-ss !:'- v ry ea-y tt! s by ti.king . d t.. h;;- you. l.v 1 t' . b tation, hotel expenses, etc.. for the en- I ' l' , . . , " ., rr. . . way. and the phoenix latch-strlrrs delightful trip this is. and knows it is well worth contesting for any bejy or girl could well afford to work hard for this alone, to say nothing of the big list of other attractive things. And these will not be distributed in FILLING HAIR y should bo em the outsiil -. Kelvin. Glendale, Globe, I Wickenburg, Congress or . I Arizona town, who wish discriminately.. but will be fairly and honestly competed for and awarded to those who earn them. The contest is open to any boy or girl any place in the Territory, and those living in Tempa, Mesa, on the rural routes, etc., have especially good opportunities it is the subscription that counts, both new and renewals, those prepaid for the rongest time in uilvance counting most. Now get out and hustle, get your friends to help you and you will come. out on top. The race is open to all. Get into line should have e-oupon and senel in at once. below Prese-ott. any other te enter. I filled out! Came Out Constantly Hair Finally Had to Be Cut to Savs Any Scalp Now in Good Condition and No More Itching Another Effective The winter theatrical season All coupons and correspondence regarding the details of the contest slmuld be aeldresseel to the Scholarship Manager, Arizona Re publican. Phoenix, Ariz. I There tfill be no restrictions as t.i territory. Any contestant may work in any place. Nei carrier or employe) of the Arizona Republican or one who' has been employed within the last' three months will be allowed to enter) this contest. The credits for new sub-1 scribers and renewals of eld subscrib- CURE BY THE CUTICURA REMEDIES and enroll your name for the contest' rs will count as follows: at once. Good racers always begin preparations in ample time. This race will begin In a f4w days and any boy eir girl who wishe? to enter the con test will be cordially welcomed at our office. Call and see the Scholarship Manager between the hours of three and five in the afternoon. Get !n early and lay plans for the great campaign. It is only required that each contestant ootie well recom mended by some reliable person. Those j 10 Months living out of town on the Rural Routes. 11 Months . in Tempe, Mesa, Buckeye, Florence. 12 Months 1 Month Subscription . 2 Months.. " 3 Months.. " 4 Months.. " " Months.. " fi Months.. " 7 Months. . " 8 Months.. " ' .1 Months.. " New Subs. .r0 votes 120 votes 2iH votes 270 votes S.'O votes 440 votes ,"30 votes 620 votes 710 votes 800 votes !W0 votes 1000 votes Old Subs. 40 votes !'5 votes lv votes 21. votts 2S0 votes C40 votes 423 votes r.(0 votes 570 votes 640 .votes 720 vote 800 votes Jr. Scholarship Manager, The Arizona Republican, - Phoenix, Arizona: Knowing the young person whose name is written below to be of good moral character and desirous of an education. I recommend same as a contestant for a FREK SCHOLARSHIP in The Arizona Republican contest of 1S06: "I will gladly give you all the infor mation concerning my car. I usexl the Cuticura Soap and Ointment for a diseased scalp, dandruff, and constant falling of hair. Finally I had to cut my hair to save any :tt all. Just at that time 1 read about the Cuticura Remedies. Once every week 1 sham pooed my hair with the Cuticura Soap, and I used the Ointment twice a week. In two months' time my hair was long enough to do up in French twist. That ia now five years ago, and I h.3ve a lovely head of hair. The length is six inches below my waist line, my scalp i.s in very good condition, and no moro dandruff or itcliing of the bcalp. I used other remedies that were recommended to me as good, but with no results. If j-ou wish to publish any of what I have written you, you are welcome to do so. I am, respect fully, Mrs. W. F. Griess, Clay Center, Neb., Oct. 23, 1905." j Good Performance By Joseph De ! Grasse and Company. H i . . n epene-d last night at the Dorris opera j; house- by Joseph De Grasse- and his tal- jfj entod company in a pre se ntation of j $ the "Mercliant of Venice." The attend-'M anct- was not what the company do- li served by any means, though there was'j a fair-sized house, but the lack of a Jp crowd was nei Tetleclion on the com- 'N pany. The season has never opened here so early before-; the star was shin- R lnat arc ing in a new universe-, and the date T? was very soon aftor either large attr lions haej been well patronize-d I lie New Shirts A rcachi- line 1 ii now assortment from Xi-w York. r the- litest Suitable kind;- nt'-as m--n l"o shirt: - al! has just taste-s and and col- every shirt is marked at a reasonable price. Golf shins with er without cuffs attached, elrt-!-s phirts. working shirts. n-ghg- e 4i:: ts. and all kinds of shirts made can be found here. The- biggest varie ty wi.l In- tound ai late H rac- U M.. t Name of party Making Recommendation. Address : Name of Student Address t FILL OUT AT ONCE AND SEND TO THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. .;. V FROM THE HOUR OF BIRTH Mothers Should Use Cuticura Soap, the World's Favorite Mothcra are assured of the absolute purity and unfailing efficacy of Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment, the great Skin Cure, in the preservation and puri fication of the skin, scalp, hair, and hands of infants and children. For baby ecze mas, rashes, itchings and chaf.ngs, as well as for annoying irritations and ulcerative weaknesses, and many sana tive antiseptic purposes which readilv suggest themselves to mothers, as well as for all the purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery, Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment are priceless. 8oid thrcmrhout th world. Oilicur Sop. ?.:.. Olnt pieeit, e-c., Ke.nt, 5"e. (in form of Chocor&tft Cot4 Pi!l, - Pr Tii rf M, mT be hd ot !1 drugia. Potter nd Cbem. Corp.. Sole Propt., Borton, tlw. y- lULtd i'Tf, "The Ureal Cuticuis skin book." T)o Cirasse !s paying I'hoenix his first visit, and he may be assured of a goed welcome should he chance this way again. personally ho is well fitted in phys-1-pio for the part of Shyloe-k. though b.o :s too short in stature to appear to the be-st advantage in some of the Shakespearean characters that have r.iade other aeteirs famous. His con ception of the part of Shylock and its tt I 25 and $1.50 attendant make-up. while differing ma- J teiially from thaf of some others vho;j4 have graced the same stage, seemed to 1 s ploase the audience equally as well, ' and in some respects better. A les ' S Mpuii?-iic sei oi wiisAt-r s j;iie uclu-i . xa ntii.iirtiir.ilr for- f:ifi:ti r-vnrsinn mil M as he firesents It, the exacting .Tow is h hit loss fee-hlo. He has an f-xoellent voice for the rait he-tter than some older men who have trod the boards to fame and financial success. Ida Mav Park, as Portia, was easily tho next in favor to the star, and her clever work was llbe-rally testified t by the audience, which gave her re peated recalls. Xerissa and Jessici were Very gooel. I5assanio acted well tho friend to the unfortunate merchant, and the minor characters are worthy at least of commendation and honest work. The company is well dressed, some of the costumes being of more than usual attractiveness. Aliige-tne-it is an aggregation of clover people from the younger ranks of stage life, all of whom may look forward to a fu- turo of creditable achievement. ; o , k A MINING TRIP YV. C. Foster, public examiner for tho territory has ;j gone to Mexie-o en Ijusmh-ss m connec tiem with his mining interests in th Altar district. It is his plan to be It gone from the city for about three ; tj Our Ready-to-Wear department is filled to overflowing with all the late styles of Ladies' Skirts, Suits, Waists and Coats. We invite you to inspect them They're right in every way. Misses- end chi'dren's shoe, mad.- "f box calf or vic-i kid., extension :-ol. s a: 1 a dandy line for school we-ir. Ali -iz- $1.50 and SI.75 Hoys' school sh-ies. made calf '-r doiigo'a kid. and gua: gie perfect sat :sfact i-'ti. All here. n. i- e--i SI.50 I'e.ys' Douglas shoe-s. calf, vie-i kid or patent lasts and hand sew. in.ol-- of ---:i. ah b-.v lie- w ,1 $2.50 and $3.00 Hoys' Moose. -Kin s!:o-. a:i made in one j.ieee. n i : I i 1. luilted with tacks no better ma b- f- v. far. Sires 12 to 2 $2.03 Sizes 2z to 5'2 2.53 t- i k 1 H li h I f i -4 ... i! i i! n li u n B w H 34 weeks.