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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING,- FEBRUARY 29, 190S.
FINE ENTERTAINMENT AT INDIAN SCHOOL The Junior Declamation Contest Wat a Delight to All Present. The junior oratorical contest at the Thoenix Indian school pased oft with brilliant success. The room was a bower of palm branches and graceful pepper sprays, with great masses -oi almond blossoms in large Indian baskets. The audience taxed the seating ca pacity of the place and greeted the eight contestants, as they marched out m the platform, with smiling approval and friendly Interest. The program opened with a selection from The Burgomaster, rendered by members of Indian school band. Lula Kussell followed with an ex cellent ri-ndering of "Kditha's Burglar' and Sam Kiee gave a' fine interpreta tion of "One Niche the Highest" and won much applause. He brought out the meaning of his selection very weli indeed and made the scene real to those who listened. The cornet solo by Charles A. Pierce was a sweet and pleasing rendering of "Tannhauser." This was followed by the recitation Xawhaught. the Indian Deacon" by Dora Fielding who gave the pathetic story with an excellent feeling and met warm approval. Following her Sava Meecha, a Pima girl, gave a study of negro child life, " The Queen of Sheba," with much dramatic feeling and no little reai dramatic art. The school choir sang "Let the Hills and Vales Resound" very sweetly and received applause from all. Annie Lowery then recited "The Traitors Death Bed" In a beautifully symphathetic voice and with graceful gestures. From his note of tragedy Thomas Vrlenzuela carried the audience to comedy in '"The Dog and the Caramel' which brought laughter and cheers from his audience. The school orchestra then played the "Serenade" and after this number Kmma Chooro. a Hopl girl. gave the recitation. "Our Pardner." a long tory of mining life in Australia which was beautifully rendered. This wag an especially difficult se lection, requiring the speaker to im personate half a dozen different per sons and to sing two lines of a negro song. It was done with fine feeling and dramatic ability and showed real talent and much industry on the part of the speaker. She was followed by an amusing ac count of a small boy's afternoon in a hotel given by Laura Key, a Xavajo girl. The orchestra then rendered the "Estudiantiana Waltzes" after which the medals were accorded. The judges had no easy task each speaker had done remarkably well and there was genuine regret that eight medals could not be given. The first prize fell to Sava Meecha and the sec ond to Ina Bussell! THINGS ARE MOVING BOOM OR NO BOOM Latham and Nail Continue to Put Anxious Investors in Touch With Realty Ooportunities. H. I. Latham and W. H. Nail during the last week or two. have closed up real estate deals aggregating about J25.iM"i. which is not a bad record to make during a dead panicky season, so called in some quarters, and which is as much as a!l the realty agents in town would do in three months, a very few years ago. Following is a list of the larger transactions, several small deals of a few hundred dollars each not being referred to. Ira B?-k sold to S. M. Hanser the west half of the southeast quarter of section 3.". township 2 north 3 west, for BARGAINS EXTRAORDINARY The White House Store MEN'S WEAR SPECIALS. $1.2S Men's Shirts, button down collar, two pockets: sale price onl- 8S $5.00 John B. Stetson Hats sale f""'''1- $3.85 $3.fi and t. SIkwk sale $2.85 $3.50 and $4.iMi Trousers sale i"" ' $2.85 EXTRAORDINARY values in oitr new line of Novelties, Purses. Bags nd Belts. THE WHITE HOUSE STORE ;? - ; 214-216 E. Washington St. one 1xl2 Tapestry Rug: also samples of imported Lace Curtains for sule. Tour own common sense will say, after you give us a trial, to use STEAKS AND MEATS Because all our meats are carefully selected and we 'use none but that we'll guarantee you i fine. Juicy, tender, healthful ; food. "PARTICULAR PEOPLE EAT STURGEON'S MEAT." J. E. STURGEON & CO. INDEPENDENT MARKET Phone Main 297. . 1 -3 West Washington Street JIIIIIIII!IIIHIIIIUUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHI4JIHWEUUlUlimi!IIUmUIIIUIIIIIIIUIIIIIUUIIII 1 Havoc Wrought by Plague I Almost Inconceivable, I The casual observer does not know pf the havoc wrought by the white plague in the homes of this city. Its work is quiet, but none the less ter rible. The public should awaken to the de mand upon it for sympathy and sup port. There is no doubt that con sumption can be eliminated if the peo ple will join in the efforts of the anti tuberculosis societies. Much has been accomplished and complete success is certain if the people themselves will help. The first duty of mankind to Itself is to guard in every way possible against the deadly germ. Neglect of even an ordinary cough or cold is dan gerous, as the resulting irritation of the lungs leaves them sore and espe cially receptive to the tubercular germ. To break up a cold iiuickly und cure any cough that is curable, there is nothing so effective as a mixture of two ounces of glycerine, a half ounce Virgin Oil of Pine and eight ounces of good whisky. Mix thoroughly and take a teaspooni'ul every four hours. Five ounces of tincture of Cinchona compound can be used instead of the $12,000. This Is about three quarters of a mile west of the fair grounds. Mr. Hanger also bought of Dwight B. Heard, five acres in the southeast cor ner of Los Olivas Place on the McDow ell and Cave Creek' roads, for $2250. On this property Mr. Hanger expects to erect a handsome residence next fall to cost eight or ten thousand dollars. Mr. Hanger came here with his wife (and a son. from Anderson Indiana, to .spend the winter. He was so greatly pleased with the country' that he de cided to make It his permanent home. The farm he bought for another son who is now near Atlanta Ga., but who will join him here next fall. B. M. Fuqua sold to H. L. George as trustee the east half of the north west quarter of section 19, township 2 north, range 3 east for $7500. This property is located four miles north of Phoenix and one and one half miles west of Center rreet. William R. Leh man sold to Billie Gammel, 30 acres in the southwest corner of the south east quarter of section 19 township 2 north range 4 east, for $12,000, or $400 per acre. This is six and a half miles northeast of Phoenix, and is known as the Cook orange grove, south of the Ward oranre grove. Of the thirty acres, twenty are in oranges and bear ing. Mr. Gammel is a well known min ing and business man of Kelvin and buys this property merely as an in vestment. It is another illustration of how the mining and agricultural In dustries of the county are co-related and what helps one. in some measure helps the other. Agricultural resour ces close at hand make mining easier ami mining .men w ho get good money out of the ground are sure to put some, of it in good valley homes. COFFEE Poor coffee has to be sold in bulk, it isn't worth packing. Tear tracer returns rcsr Doner If ym seel Uke Schilling's Best: we per bin UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA Graduates, undergraduates and spec ialists of the University of California now In Arizona, are cordially invited to meet at 4, West Adams St., Phoenix, for organization and other business, at 7:30 p. m. Saturday. March 7. 1908. Those not able to be present will kind- I ly make themselves known by letter to N. A. Morford. Cla:s '76, 4 West Adams Street. Phoenix. Bran bread, fresh every day at the Phoenix Bakery, 10c a loaf. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR SPECIALS. 2.-,c Corset Covers trimmed in la'-e and embroidery sale price "nly 28t 75c Corset Covers trimmed in lace and embroidery sale price -nly 584? 35c Drawers sale price... 28 75c Drawers sale price... 5St? $1.50 Chemise trimmed in lace and embroidery at top and bot tom sale price $1.15 $1.50 Skirt, trimmed with lace and embroiderv sale price '"' $1.10 whisky with the same effect. The ingredients are inexpensive and can be purchased without trouble ut any good drug store. To avoid substi tution of some inferior pine product for the Virgin Oil of Pine, it !s bet ter to purchase each separately and mix them at home. The genuine Virgin Oil of Pine is put up for dispensing, only In Si -ounce vials, each vial securely -sealed in a round woorirn case with an engraved wrapper showing plainly the' name Virgin Oil of Pine compound pure, guaranteed under the Food and Drugs Act of June 30. 1906, Serial No. 451, prepared only by Leach Chemical Co., Cincinnati. Ohio. Be sure to get the genuine, as the oil sold in bulk and cheap imitations put out to resemble Virgin Oil of Pine in name and style of iMickage are ineffective, being largely composed of n distillation of pine needles, or leaves, instead of from the pine tree proper. These pine needle oils are not in tended for internal use, and when taken internally usually cause nausea. Thir use is mainly confined to th" manufacture of soap and similar purposes. SPECIAL PROGRAM EOR Y.M.C.A. MEETING It Will be Held Sunday Afternoon in Lamson's Hall. A special program has been prepared for the T. M. C. A. meeting lit Lam son's hall Sunday afternoon March 2. that It Is believed will be more than (usually interesting, and which is as follows: Prelude Corizona Amorosa ...(Nevin) Miss Florence Brace Prayer No. '32 All Hall the Power of Jesus' I Name ; Scripture Reading. Ed. 12:1-7. Remember Now Thy Creator (Carrie B. Adams) S. Methodist I Quartette. Solo The Man of Sorrows (Jos. H. Ad- ams) E. R. Kerr Solo Alma (Wni. R. Baker) j Harry Madden Address by Rev. Orville Coats. ' No. 54 There is a Croat Day Coming Interlude Violin and Piano I Mis Brace, Walter Gibson ' Solo Come I'nto Me (Jessie Hilton Far I rell) Mrs. L. D. Dameron Duet No Hope Beyond ..(C. A. White) Messrs. Madden and Kerr I My Faith Looks up to Thee (P. A. Schnecker) South Meth. Quartette Violin Obligato j Benediction Mrs. L. D. Dameron soprano; Mrs. ! E. M. Spawr alto; Mr. Harry B. Mad den tenor; Mr. Earl R. Kell bass; Miss Florence Brace piano; Mr. Walter Gib son, violin. o ARIZONA REPUBLICANS MEETING AT TUCSON Tho Tim and Place of the First Ter ritorial Convention to be Fixed Today. A meeting of the executive committee of the territorial republican commit tee will be held at Tucson today for the purpose of fixing the time and place of holding the territorial convention to select delegates to the national re publican convention and also for fix ing the apportionment for the various counties. It is thought that the territorial con vention will be held early in April and an effort will be made to secure the convention for Phoenix. That Is the only question over which there is like ly to be much of a contest. Maricopa's member of the executive committee is George Mauk. who Is at present a representative of Gila coun ty, but it is understood that his proxv is held by Ned Creighton. who left for Tucson last night. Democratic newspapers have had much to say regarding a cat etui dog time at Tucson today, but It Is diffi cult to see what there is to fight about even tr mere was a disposition to fight, since nothing that the commit tee could do would likely be regarded as final, or even as very Influential on the final result. Governor Kibhey had intended to be present at the meeting, to confer with the committee over the advisabil lty of arranging for the selection of sl. delegates, as has been the custom heretofore, but at the last moment, matters came up which demanded his attention here today so he did not go. Attorney General F. S. Clark, member from Yavapai was among the south bound members last night. Concerning the question of the num ber of delegates. New Mexico politic ians allege, to have received some as surances from the east that If six del egates are selected as In former years, they would all be seated, but the gov ernor says he learned nothing during his recent trip that would lead to such a conviction. However, he desired to talk the matter over with others had he been able to attend the meeting. The apportionment In the territorial convention has heretofore been one member for each fifty votes, or major portion of fifty votes, cast for the re publican candidate for delegate at the last preceding election. If that rule is continued as there Is every reason to believe it will be, there will be 178 members In the territorial convention, apportioned as follows: Apache 5; Co chise 29; Coconino X; Gila 11; Graham 17; Maricopa 31; Mohave 2; Navajo 5; Pima 27; Plna! .1; Santa Cduz 5; Yavapai 24: Yuma 9. o CARD OF THANKS I We desire to express our heartfelt thanks to the many friends and neigh bors who so kindly extended their help and sympathy during the illness and death of. our son and brother, Daniel Grau. Mrs. I,. H. Gratt and daughter. Arizona 'oranges, $1.50 per box. Wm. P. Cmm; Hay & Grain Co., 29 East Jefferson. Tel. B 611. A new lot of White Stock Col lars just received, neatly made of bias folds, fagoting and val. lace, set daintily with pearl but tons. Worth 45c. Choice today t 25 SILKS. Rajahs Silks In an assortment of beautiful shades and harmonious lat est colorings; 27 Inches wide. Special today at. yard 90c HAND BAGS. Another lot of Hand Bags, Brass Trimmings, large size. Would be cheap at 75e. Today 5S SUITS. Sample Spring Suits made of Voile and Panama in tan. black and grey; all are neatly trimmed. Coats are silk lined: worth $20 and $30 per suit. As a quick seller today at $9.T5 SKIRTS. Black Panama Skirts made of all wool Panama, plaited all the way around, trimmed with silk medal lions; fully worth $S.00. Special tlay at $4.75 LADIES' PANTS. Jijles' Tants. ribbed. umbrella made full, lace trimmed: worth 35c. Today at. pair 25 Mens MEN'S FANCY SOX. Men's Fancy Sox in grey, tan and black Silk, embroidered. Special to day. 2 pair for 25 W. L. Douglas New Spring pair MEN'S CLOTHING. We still have a line of Men's Fall Suits to close out at very reduced prices. You should not overlook this. 1 DERAYLAN'S MOTHER Files Proof of Heirship in the Estate of the Man-Woman Chicago, Feb. 28. Proof of heirship in the $7000 estate of Nicholal deRay lan, who masqueraded for years as a man and whose true sex was discov ered after her death, was made In pro bale court. Baron Schlippenbach. whose secretary Khe was, showed that Sarahina Terletsky, the mother, who resides in Russia, is the next of kin, and only heir. o- LOCKS HIMSELF IN PRISON. A man who neglects to take the right tonic when he is run down by overwork or nervous strain locks himself up from the pursuits of life. Sexine Pills are the greatest of all tonics for all forms of nerve weak ness in men and women. Price $1 a box, 6 boxes $5, with full guaran tee. Sexine Pills restore energy when all. other tonics fail. Address or call on Elvey 6V Hulett, where they sell all the principal remedies and do not sub stitute. N. P. TELEGRAPHERS Will Suffer no Reduction of Wages Under the New Law St. Paul Feb. 28. There will be no reduction of salaries of telegraphers on the Northern Pacific on account of the federal "hours of service' law be coming effective March 4th. The Nor thern Pacific will comply with the law and the men will work under much the same schedule of rules as at present except that some . may have "split tricks." Those who work but nine hours, will not be allowed a meal hour. The question of a reduction of sal aries and a re-arrangement of the working schedule was definitely dis posed of today when a aeneral com mittee representing the northern Pa There is Only One "Bromo Thai is Laxative Bromo Quinine USED THE WORLD OVER TO Always remember tho full name. Look for this signature on every box. 25c i Remnants Galore A table full of Remnants consisting of a lot of Wool Dress Goods Remnants, Gingham Remnants. Percale Remnants, Mus lin Remnants, Cambric Remnants. Table Linen Remnants. Dress Linen Remnants. Pique Remnants. Suteen Remnants. All mark ed down and should sell -at a rapid gait. Come early and have the choice of this assortment It will pay you. CASHMERE WAISTS. A lot of Cashmere Waists, silk embroidered front, collars and cuffs neatly trimmed with lace, in light blue, black and white; weft worth $2.50. Today choice at $1.45 SKIRTS. Brown and Navy. AH Wool Suit ing Skirts, box plaited front and back, usually sell for $7.00 Spe cial today $3.90 Sheer Extravagance MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS. Men's Sanitary Australian. light weight Wool Shirts and Drawers, worth $3.00 a suit; per garment 95? Oxfords are now here. We have them .. , MEN'S GOLF AND NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. Just received a big assortment of Men's Golf or Negligee Shirts, In an endless variety, made of Madras. Percale, Cheviots, Silk Ginghams. Mohairs and Silks, ranging from 95 to $5 cific telegraphers received a letter from Third Vice President Levy " of the Northern Pacific. The letter states however that "no meat hour will be al lowed out of the nine hour tricks." o NO DANGER OF QUARANTINE : Surgeon General Wyman Says Speak ing of California Washington, Feb. 28. In view of the press dispatches on the subject. Sur geon General Wyman of the public health marine hospital service today announced that he had not thought there was any danger of a quarantine, of the state of California because of bubonic plague. He said the officers have the situation well in hand. that rats are being destroyed in large num bers each day and that ultimately they will be exterminated in San Francisco. BURNING HOSPITAL The Lives of Seventy-five Patients Were Endangered New Haven, Feb. 28. The lives of seventy-five patients were endangered late today when a fire broke out on the top floor of the patients' ward at Grace Hospital. While the firemen poured water in to the building, the nurses assisted by citizens, removed the patients toi places of safety In ambulances, car riages, automobiles, truck wagons and other conveyances. The loss will not exceed $30,000. AN IMMUNITY SENTENCE Though the Victim Gets Two Years in Jail Portland. Feb. 28. Horace G. Mc Kiniey, convicted of land frauds In this state today was sentenced to serve two years In Multnomah county jail and to pay a fine of $75. It Is understood that Quinine" CURE A COLD IH ONE DAY. SUITS. Silk Suits made of g..od quality of Taffeta Silk, beautifully trim med, box-plaited waist and skirt, brown and navy; a bargain at $25. Today, per suit -$12.50 HAND BAGS. A lot of Hand Bags of black, brown and grey Imitation leather; former price 4.".c. Choice today at, each 25 TAFFETA SILK SKIRTS. Black Taffeta Silk Skirts made of good quality Taffeta Silk, plaited front, side and back, full width; worth $12..".0. Special today $7.45 Furnishings to Buy Elsewhere in the newest lasts, in the Russia Calf. '. a light sentence was imposed prelimi nary to McKiniey becoming a witness for the state in the cases vet to be called. A Few Choice Bargains in SECOND-HAND BICYCLES A Bargain In a YALE MOTOR CYCLE In fine shape, $75, with tandem. All Standard Makes of Bicycle Tires From $2.50 to $5.50. Motor Cycles, Bicycles and Cen eral Repairing. ARIZONA MOTOR CO. Phone Red 537. 31 S. First Ave. Ranchers ' We want more milk or cream, Best Prices at The Maricopa Creamery Co, Pbone Main 187 The Pacific Mutual Life in surance Company GUARANTEES THE FOLLOWING: 1st. A Cash Income, if you are dis abled by accident. 2nd. A Cash Income if you are dis abled by sickness. 3rd. A Cash Income if you become totally disabled. 4th. A Cash Income for yourself in old age. 5th. A Cash Income for your family in case of your death. One Contract, One Premium, Five Benefits. Protect yourself that you may pro tect others. j VV. T. & W. B. BARR GENERAL AGENTS. 321-2 Fleming Bldg, Phoenix. Arizona. OXFORDS. Ladies and Misses White Can vas Oxfords just received. VEILINGS. Chiffon or Net Veilings in plain' or solid colors in black, white, red. tan, brown and navy. Choice at, yd. 15 TOILET SOAPS. ' Waldorf Turkish Soaps. highly scented, very good, always sell at 5c a cake. Today. 3 cakes for 10 WAISTS. White Lawn Waists of embroid ery or tucked fronts, buttoned either front or back. Long or short sleeves. Always sold at $1.50 and $1.75. Choice today, each 954? SKIRTS. Panama Skirts made of all Wool Panama In light grey and grey mixtures, plaited all way around; full width. Always sold for not less than $.nn. Special today at $2.90 MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS. Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Draw ers, good weight and all sizes; have sold for $1.00 a suit. Today at, gar ment 42 Kid or Patent Leather, at per $3.50 The "Griffin Brand" Shirts and Waists, celebrated as the best known brand in the world. We are sole agents for them here. J NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. Notice Is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Arizona-Vermont Copper Co. will be held at the office of the corporation at 23 East Adams street in Phoenix, Arizona, at 7 o'clock In the evening" of the 3rd day of March, 1908, for the purpose of electing officers for the en suing vear and for such other business as may properly come before the meet ing. E. PAYNE PALMER, Secy. Phoenix, Ariz., Feb. I . CALIFORNIA WINES-LIQUORS CO. Port a a XXX xxxx Aneellc-l Sherry $1.00 l.i'. 1..0 1.75 2.t 1..TO 1.50 Claret Spl.- 7:. " $1.0(1 Zsnfsnriel l.'JA Burgundy l.'w Crenache I.T.t srhroret 2.00 spl price by bl. I RicllnR Siuterue 'hai-selss liutedel Semillon Crests Blsnrs pk. Burgundy J. F. Cutter Whisky, Hermitage. Old Taylor. Ambassador. King 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. FOR SALE CHEAP Eleven large lot, north 8th Ave, y, block from car line. City water, fine location, worth $300 each; the whole lot at $190 each. FINEST CITY REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT IN PHOENIX. 80 acre ranch; 20 acres in al falfa; plenty of water, good ditches, fences and houses; 20 acres sowed to grain. Perfect title. Spot cash, $2600. Don't answer if you haven't the mon ey. Must be sold quick; no commission. C. E. care Republican. l