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THE AlilZOXA TErUTLTCAY FRIDAY MORXIXG, JANUARY 31, 1908.
MRS. COWLES VISIT AND tNlFRIAINMENF The Notable Club Woman Gave a Vary Earnest and Impressive Address to a Large Audience of Phoenix Women. The address of Mrs. Josiah Kvans Cowles of Los Ang-eles, treasurer of the general federation of women's dubs, nt ihe Presbyterian church, was listened to by a large gathering of the women of Phoenix yesterday after noon. After the address, which occu pied a little over a half hour, there was a reception and tea during which Mrs. Cowles personally met most of those present, both the members of the club and others. In the evening there was an informal reception at the Hotel Adams arrang ed quicklr and announced nn.lv at the afternoon meeting. It was attended by iuite a number of the members of the club. Yesterday morning Mrs. Dwight f li. Hoard took Mrs. Cowles and Mrs. ! I!. A. Fowler for an automobile ride to j a number of the principal points of In- ' terest in this iart of the valley. Mrs. ; i 'owles left for Prescott on the Dia- ! mond Jo this morning and this after noon will address the women of that city, continuing her journey home to morrow. Her remarks yesterday afternoon were Intensely interesting and the tenor of them was to give an idea of the great and growing influence of the general federation. ' She told of its achievements, of Its present work and something of its possibilities in still wider fields, stating a great many in teresting things in illustration of this great influence. The fact alone .that the federation has 800.000 members is sufficient to convince the reader that it is an organization of considerable strength. Last fall the government requested the federation to send a representative to the (.'anal Zone to organize the w men resident there, mostly Americans. There was the T. M. C. A. which fur nished a social home for the men, but the women In the'zone were but little acquainted with each other and had no work, in which there was common in terest. A representative was sent, seven clubs were organized and these were organized In a Canal Zone feder Htion, on the same footing as a state federation auxiliary to thcgeneral fed eration. The speaker referred at considera ble length to the work of the federa tion in the departments of civics and forestry, and irrigation. She stated that the government employs one man, Knos Mills, to devote his energies en tirely to encouraging the women's 1 lubs in their study of forestry and he goes from place to place under the di rection of the general federation, lec turing to. women's clubs on that sub ject. He Is a scientific man and a for estry expert, having for a long time been connected with Estes Park Col orado in an official way, in the promo tion of forestry interests. The gov ernment believes that the influence of the federation in developing the for estry sentiment is well worth this ex pense to tho nation. Another instance quoted was that of the American women in London, who have organized a society auxiliary to the federation and have founded a ml are maintaining a scholarship in the University of London, for the ben efit of American girls. The meeting Mrs. Cowles recently attended in Chicago was to arrange preliminaries for the biennial meeting of the federation which will be held in Itoston and or which more will be heard later. A Great Physiologist President Fillmore's Cousin a Distinguished Clergyman Rev. Corydon Millard, who is a first cousin of the late President Fillmore, and a prominent clergyman, having served as chaplain of the Fourth U. S. Heavy Artillery, has just returned to Milwaukee from an extended trip abroad, during which he did valuable missionary work. He says that Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is the best tonic for old age and declining years. Chaplain Millard is very proud of letters received by him from such well known statesman as Ex-Governor Edw. Scofield, of Wisconsin ; the late Hon. John Sherman, Secretary of State under President McKinley, and the Hon. W. S. Aldrich, late Member of Congress from Minnesota. In a letter of introduction given to Chaplain Millard before he started on his missionary tour to Japan, Ex-Governor Scofield says: "I am pleased to certify that Rev. Corydon Millard, of Milwaukee, Wis., is a gentleman of high character and standing in the commu nity in which he resides, and I com mend him to the kind offices of Amer ican Ministers and Consuls and of all whom he may meet. " In testimony whereof, I have here unto set my hand and caused the Exe cutive Privy Seal to be affiixed. lDone at the Capitol, in the City of Madison, this First day of August, A. D., 1898." Chaplain Millard is a firm believer in Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as the best tonic stimulant, and uses it regularly as prescribed. In a recent letter to the company he wrote: " I have used your Malt Whiskey and find it to be the best tonic for old age and declining years. I am 88 years of age, and my extreme old age naturally has caused me to suffer great weakness and debil ity. When I found myself growing weak I insisted uton two or three : rev. corydon MiixARij. spoonfuls of Duffy's Pure Malt Whis- key each day. My family physician said : ' In your old age you need a stimulant,' and I replied, 'Duffy's Pure Malt VVhiskey is sufficient,' and I must say it has proved a great tonic and stimulant. It has strength ened my system and makes me feel younger. I will always recommend it to anyone who is run down and weak, either from disease or old age. When you visit the city of Milwaukee be sure to come and see me." Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is an absolutely pure distillation of malted grain ; great care being used to have every kernel thoroughly malted, thus destroying the germ and 'producing a predigested liquid food in the form of a malt essence, which is the most effective tonic itimulant and invigorator known to science; softened by warmth and moisture its pal atability and freedom from injurious substance? render it so that it can be retained by the most sensitive stomach. It is invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly children. It strengthens and sustains the system; is a promoter of health and longevity; makes the old young and keeps the young strong. CAUTION. When you ask your druggist, grocer or dealer for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine. It is the only absolutely pure medicinal malt whiskey and is sold in sealed bottles only; never In bulk. Price $1.00. Look for the trade-mark, the "Old Oiemist," on the label, and make sure the seal over the cork U unbroken. Illustrated medical booklet and doctor's advice free. ' Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester. N. Y- f;::':;..;: f - ' , vy 1 W V i ' v ' ?- I i . .rV: - -) V .v - X I ns - , f - y t iHHM niBil fl wriTTViWtilif f iV ftl LOS ANGELES BUYER TALKS ABOUT CAT1LE Business Visit of H. M. Lewis of Los Angeles, Formerly of This Vailey. Once Said the Way to Keep Stomach Healthy Is to Exercise It. the But He Did Not Tell How to Make It Healthy. Tho muselrs of the boUy can bt ilo vclrtpod ty exercise until their strength has increased nianlfld. and : proper amount of training each day will accomplish this result, but it is somewhat doubtfu! whether you can increase the digestive powers of the stomach by rating indigestible food in order v force it to work. Nature has furnished us all with a perfect set of organs, and if they are not abused they will attend to the business required of them. They need no Hbnornial strength. T;iere is a limit to the weight a man can lift, and there Is also a limit to what the stomach can do. The tause of dyspepsia, indigestion and many .affiliated diseases is that the stomach has been exercised too inch and It is tired or worn out. Not exercise but rest is what It needs. To take something into the stomach that will relieve it from Its work for a short time Bomething to digest the food will give It a rest and allow it time to regain Its strength. The proper aid to the digestive or eans is Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, which cure dyspepsia, indigestion, gas on the stomach and bowels, heartburn, palpitation of the heart, and all stom ach diseases. Rest and invigoration is what the stomach gets when vou use Stuart's Dysfiepsia Tablets, for one grain of the active principle in them is suffi- i-nt to digest I.H00 grains of food. The Tablets increase the flow of gastric juice, and prevent fermenta tion, acidity and sour eructations. !o not attempt to starve out dys pepsia, you need all your strength. The common sense method is to di gest the food for the stomach and give it a rest. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tahlets do not niiike the cure, but enables the organs to throw off unhealthy conditions. Perfect digestion means perfect health, for under these conditions only do the different organs of the body work tight and receive the building-up material found in, pure blood. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is a nat ural remedy and is a specific for stomach troubles. The ablest physi cians prescribe them. The Tablets are pleasant to the taste, anil are composed of fruit and vegetable extracts, golden seal and pepsin. 1 At all drug stores '0 cents per lockage. Send us your name and address to day and we will at once send yon by mail a sample package free. Address K. A. Stuart Co, 150 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mich. ithe buyers naturally feel like working th.it field when th.es' can and it puts Aiizona back to second choice. o I Pcrsona.1 Mention P. P. Hastings, general passenger agent of the Santa Fe was In the city yesterday. S. A. Alford of Dowry, Arizona, was a business visitor here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Durke of Hart ford, Conn., were among the tourists arriving here yesterday. Joseph Roberts of Ptescott spent yes terday .In Phoenix. Colin Cameron of Tucson was a bus iness visitor here yesterday. J. B. Smiley of Risbee was in Phoe nix yesterday on business. The following were guests at Hie Hotel Adams yesterday: Mrs. Joseph Cowels, Los Angeles; V. X. Brown, F. R. Chase, Riverside; G. H. Powell, Washington: W. X. Cummings, Tuc son: John T. Beikley, Roston; A. B. Suppieger. Brooklyn: J. Morgan. Clem ent. N. T.: S. W. Mudd, Los Angejes; Iewis C. Barker, Maine; Charles E. Kdwards. F. A. Montgomery, San Francisco; J. H. Lewis; N. B. Higie, Chicago: C. F. Oreever, Leavenworth. Kansas. The following registered at the Com mercial yesterday : M. B. Hazeltin, Prescott: F. M. Evans, Los Angeles; J. J. Burke, Lamar, Colo.: J. A. Huston, Denver. At the Ford Hotel yesterday were: J. H. Zadock. Denver: Mrs. Edgar Travis. Pittsburg; F. M. Camp. City; John C. Oaston. Denver; D M. Cal vin, W. W. Chadwick, Albuiiero,ue. o TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Lewis of Los Angeles, formerly of this valley, arriv ed here yesterday via Mesa City wh-re they stopped for a day. Mr. Lewis is still connected with the Southwestern Packing Co., of Los Angeles, as buyer, and in even a more responsible posi tion than when he entered the com pany's employ a year or more ago. There have been some changes in the company's business and none of 'them have been to the detriment of Mr. Lew is. On the contrary, he is quite ap preciative of his treatment by his em ployers and wears a very satisfied ex pression. Mr. Lewis stiil has private interests lure and wil! lea-e today for a trii to the Buckeye and Arlington section. While not exactly on a cattle buying expedition he will not overlook any snaps that present themselves. Asked concerning the stock business, Mr. Lewis said it was in a very good condition but 'he regretted to say that the stock growers in I'tah and Idaho were rather getting the ,advantage of the Salt River Valley cattlemen, through the energetic business hustle of the Salt Lake management. That company has a man by the name of J. H. Manderfield in charge of its live stock department that is up and doing. and he lias the influence of his asso ciates behind him in giving everything possible under the law to offer in the way of advantages to shippers to get the business. The result is that dur ing the present season he has brought into Los Angeles over 1000 carloads of cattle which means at least $100,000 in freights. Except for his activity a large part of the cattle to supply this demand would have been brought from Arizo na. He makes his offices or headquar ters in the cattle country, the head quarters also of both buyers and sell ers, and brings them together on every opportunity. The distance from Salt Lake to Los Angeles is nearly twice as great as from Phoenix to Ios Angeles hut the rate per carload is onlv $6.75 more than it Is from Phoenix. To over come this tha company has a good equipment of standard new steel cars in which enough more cattle ma:- be loaded than In the cars down this way. to even up the rate per pound on the shipment. More than that, lie watches the ship ments closely, has the cars on hand when they are wanted and as soon as thev are loaded, if it be necessary or advisable he has a' special en.glne in ( waiting to rush the stock right to mar- j ket wlthoutdelay. With the rates even- j ed in this. way and the conven iences provided, the Idaho cattle are! brought in competition with the Ari- j ne ec" zona cattle in the Los Aneeles mar- Mexico ket. It is altogether likely, though Mr.j " U-ewis did not sai- so, that the demand) u.c for cattle will equal the sunplv of the ooa advertising at. ine nanus or me countrv at good figures anvhow. but I San,a Fe befor? vor-v lon- Sectary the Idaho ranges are getting the first j Cowgill of the board of trade has re bi.l and realizing more quickly on their j "lvpd a 1,tter from c- Y S.Pagraves; investment. With the better facilities jf Chicago, general colonization agent 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 & Title company. The records for yesterday were: ".iKCORDER'S OFFICE C. W. LeJean and wife to Sub. Real ty Co.. S 1-2 -VE 1-4 NE 1-4 15 2N 2E. Sub. Realty Co. to Eva L. Young, same PS pbove. Xora Johnson to L. B. Johnson lots 3 4 bloc k IB. Mesa. A. B. Obarr et al to W. E. Smith, part of section 30 IX ne. T. X. Holt to John T. Vance lots 4, 3, fi Block 25 Mesa. Leonard R. Lewis to J. F. Carpenter X 1-2 XW 1-4 SW 1-4 25 IX 5E. of the Santa Fe. stating that lie Is shortly to Issue another edition of 10. 000 copies of the red folder entitled Xew Mexico ana Arizona, that has been frequently seen here and asking Mr. Cowglll to correct any errors he might have noticed in the first issue and also to make any suggestions that he might think wuld be an improve ment. The folder Is one of the most attractive issued by (the Santa Fe or anybody else to fill that particular purpose. It is illustrated and the cov ers are in bright red with white Inters calling attention to the contents. Mr. Cowglll has replied making some cor rections and a few suggestions. One suggestion that he makes is that the name of the folder shall be "Ari zona and New Mexico" instead of New Mexico and Arizona. The first reason in support of the suggestion is that it will make a neater typographical ap pearance on ithe outside but there are other more important reasons. Among them he recites Arizona's supremacy oven not only New Mexico but the whole country In the production of copper. Another is the information found In the statistics of the local rep resentatives of the agricultural depart ment, which are furnished, showing the revenue of the average cultivated acre In this valley under past conditions has been $55 and that with some- perfected system of irrigation it should be $75 while some secure as much as $100 per acre, giving it the lead in soil revenue for the agricultural sections. Among the corrections attention is called to the fact that the increase in the sheep Industry in the last year or so has been enormous. Where the old folder gives the sheep census of Ari zona as 750,000, (which was then too small) it should now be over 2.000,000. The Navajo Indians alofte are supposed to have as many sheep as are credited to the whole territory. A number of minor corrections have been made also as to weather statistics, temperature, and slight errors concerning the sec tions .to be watered by the reservoir. The old folder was a good one and the new one is bound to be a much better one. AGENTS FOR W.L.DOUGLAS SHOES I 'M&QW, ami l& f A FULL I 0j4rt& ASSORTMENT 1 , i II W.L.DOUGLAS g "Zl SHOES B ' II I NEW SILKS FOR SPRING Our line of silks for spring have Just arrived. They are beautiful new silks that fairly breathe the atmos phere of spring In their quite rich and harmonious colorings. Rajahs ure very much In favor for this spring. We have a big assortment in all the newest shades. A full selected line of uffetas. silk fancies, chiffon silks and foulards are Included among these. BEAUTIFUL WAISTS FOR SPRING We have had good fortune in securing this line of beautiful waists that surpass many, for they rank as the best. They are made up of nice sheer lawns of India Linon, Tussorene Lawn In the tailored or neatly trimmed with lace and medallions, also some prettily embroidered. Our Fall and Winter Goods Must Go 1 1 We Offer Them at a Big Sacrifice to Make Way for Our New Spring Goods Which Are Now Arriving Daily. Ladies Tailored Suits Representing in every line the workmanship of the exclusive ladies' tailor. Many models are presented, including short, medium and long lengths in the semi-fitting Coat Suits made of broadcloth, serges and other mannish materials, in solid and stripes, in brown, blue, wine and grey' colors. Formerly sold at $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00. To close out this entire line we offer choice at, suit S 15.00 Coats To close out our entire stock of Coats, which are this season's creations in Street Coats. Opera or Evening Coats in plain; also beautifully trimmed. The entire stock of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats to sell at: Our $10.00 Coat S6.65 Our $12.50 Coats S.25 Our $15.00 Coats S9.95 Our $18.00 Coats 812.50 Our $25.00 Coats S16.75 Our $30.00 Coats 819.75 Our $35.00 Coats S24.50 heretofore starred as a curve specialfst. His former place was center field with Mesa City teams and also with Phoe nix aggregations of other days. His pitching strength Is unknown but the High school nine feels that it will have no more puzzling offerings ro solve j than those dispensed by Cuber last Saturday. The game will start at 2:30 p. m. and the small admission of two bits will be charged to help defray expenses. Quite a goodly number of the Normal stu dents will come over from the south side to root for their standard bearers. The Phoenix High school band will furnish the musical . accompaniment for the chorus of local enthusiasts who will swell the crowd to considerable size. r WALBRIDGE HEARD FROM. A card has been recetved. f rom A. P. Walbrldge. who for twenty years was a very lively germ in the Phoenix col ony, but who two or three years ago moved to Cloverdale California. He writes inviting everybody to come to the sisth annual citrus fair Feb. IS to 22, for Cloverdale claims to be a big orange country, even if it Is pretty well north. Cloverdale calls herself the Orange City of the Golden West. nd like a good advertiser, constantly bids for recognition. Mr. Walbridge says he Is still smiling and hustling, from which it is presumed he is also happy and hopeful. NEW EDITION OF A SANTA EE FOLDER Book in Arizona and New Will be Revised and 10,000 Copies Printed. SATURDAY'S CONTESf WITH UMPr NORMAL The Hi?h School Has the Hardest Nut to Crack Yet Encountered. Another scholastic base ball game will be played at Eastlake park tomor row, the contesting nines being the Phoenix High school and the Tempe Normal team. It promises much clean sport and an even tasten battle than any of the previous school contests. The Normal team is much stronger than any nine which the local boys have met, having to their credit the scalps of the Indian nine by a score of 15 to 5. Tho high school nine last Saturday played the Mesa team to an honorable defeat, the result 2 to 1 in favor of the visitors. The defeat of the Indians by the Normals was a sort of surprise, and puts them up several notches in the list. The opposing pitchers will be Frank Hurley for Phoenix and MUlett for the Normals. Millett is not new to the game by any means though he has not COFFEE The best name for coffee is one that tells where the money's to come from, if you don't like it Your rrocer rehiroi rour money If re dost Uk Scbillios't Best: pt him. MASSIE IS STILL AT THE SAME OLD PLACE. Massie has second hand goods. Massie has new goods. Massie Has new blankets. Massie has new comforts. Massie has new mattresses. Massie has new rugs. Massie has new mattings. Massie has new pillows. Massie has new shades. Massie has new springs. Massie has second hand beds. Massie has second hand dressers. Massie has second hand stoves. Massie has second hand machines. Massie has second hand rugs. -Massie has second hand springs. Massie has second hand tables. Massie has second hand guns. Massie has second hand pistols. Massie has book cases. Massie has tin ware. Massie has granite ware. Massie has enameled ware. Massie has chairs. Massie has rockers. Massie is the man. Massie is open for business. Massie will buy all your goods. Massie will treat you right. Massie's for best prices. Massie, the second hand man. Massie, 32-34 West Wash. St. Massie's phone is Main 351. See Massie. j Southern Pacific Company Maricopa" Route S43.20 DENVER AID RETURN S 13.20 American National Live Stock Association, dates of sale Jan. 17, 18, 19. final limit Jan. 29, 1908. THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER. Ours is the Sunshine Route to California, also a most attractive line to ,.ew Orleans and the East via San Antonio and Houston. Write us for literature descriptive of country adjacent to our new West Coast Mexico system: also Jndiun Hot Springs, Arizona. M. O. BICKNELL. t General Pass. Agent, Tucson. L. H. LANDIS, Gcr.r4 Agent, Phoenix. SADDLES AND GUNS New and second hand bought. Bold and exchanged. Harry Friedman 35 North Center St niiinMiiiijiiirfy : Cough Why Cough Dorris Opera House Frank Connelley, Mgr. When you can cure it with one bottle of SYRUP OF WHITE PINE AND TAR. PRICE 25c For Sale at Ford Hotel Pharmacy Next door to Ford Hotel Headquarters for low prices. 1 Tuesday Night, Feb. 4th One night only, W. F. Mann presents John A. Preston LAST SEASON'S BIG SUCCESS The Cow Puncher Ry HAL REID. A picturesque story of ranch life in CALIFORNIA WINES-LIQUORS CO. Kietiiine .siiirnr fi Untie I Sp!iiitlon the G'.lden West. Prices COc, "e and ZIM. Seats on sale Saturday. Port St .nn I Clan-t Snl. 7 a 1.2-1 il.oa a l.VI Zanfamlel .-'' xx 1.7" Burgundy l..' xxil 2.W tirenaehe 1.7i Angelica 1M fartret 2.00 Sherry 1.A0 fpl price by bl. j J. F. Cutler Whisky, Hermitage. Old Tajlor. Ambassador. Kins; of Ken tucky and a hundred more of the best quality, and a full line of Cordials. Special price for barrel. Hot Lunch at Richelieu Saloon. 19-21 South Center St. HEALTH SEEKERS. Earr's Ranch, one block from car. highest point of city, one mile from postofrice. Individual tent cottages, witu board. JS.00 per week. Large tents inr two, furnished for house keeping:. tn.OA per month. Elegant shade, milk eggs. Twelfth ad California St. Telephone Black 895.