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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN,. TUESDAY .MORNING, APRIL 7, 1908.
0 J The HOFFMAN Evert hi ng Flrat Clatm Famous Tow Faust Beer cn Draught JACK QIBSON, Proprietor. Cooper Arouses Interest , of Queen City Residents PROSPECTORS FARMERS MINERS Get the beat gta.pl groouriea at the lowest price. We have large and well assorted stock of groceries lhat'i why . our store la mi bnur all the tlmn. The finest TEAS and CO. FEE8. Buy Grisbel's Grooerles. ' FRANK GRIEBEL'S tlS-220 W. Washington St, Phono 43 .. Melon Seeds Cantaloupe Seeds Best Seeds Only DILL'S SEED HOUSE I CLOSING EXHIBITION AND SALE OF PICTURES AND SKETCHES, FOR ONE WEEK, COMMENCING APRIL 2ND AT W. E. Rollins' Studio 116 NORTH FIRST AVENUE, -O'NEILL BUILDING. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DAY AND EVENING. An ndoriuate Idea of- the Intense In terest which has been amused by young: Mr. funner during the past ye.-u- with his theories and medicines Is Eim In ihe following article whl.-h appeared in the Cincinnati Post while 'ooper jvh-s introducing his ideas to the people .f that city. The article says: "The beginning of Mr. Coop er's second wt-t-k in Cincinnati gives every Indication that he is to enjoy the same astonishing success here as In other cities. ( . "From the first day of his visit the crowds thnt call to see him have steadily Increased, until now it has reuched a point where several thous and talk with hlra each day. The en tire city seems to have become Inter ested In his theory that the human stomach is degenerate, and he already has an army of followers In Cincin nati who seem positive that his claims are rorrert. "A number of Cluelnnatians were Interviewed t Cooper's headquarters m Friday, and several interesting statements, showing their intense faith in Cooper's preparations, were secur ed. The following are selected from these statements and are characteris tic of them all: Mrs. M. K. Emerson of 630 West Court street, said: "I have Buffered with stomach trouble and constipation for a year or so. When I ate I would have bloated spells, sour stomach, fermentation, bad taste In my mouth. In the morning I was as tired as when I went to bed. I had a dull pain In tl.e lower part of my buck. ' I have taken almost one bottle uf the .Yew Discovery and am so wonderfully Improved thut 1 have come down here to thank Mr. Cooper in person iml obtain More of the med icine." "Another Individual interviewed was Mr. J. H. Itrooks, living at r2" Walnut street, who had the following to say: For the past eighteen months I have been a constant sufferer from catarrh of the head and stomach. My nasal passage would become inflamed ana sore. 1 would have severe headaches, which affected my eyes, and great crusts of matter would drop Into the throat, causing an Irritation of the bronchial passages, until the stomach finally became poisoned. When I would lay down at night a phlegm would gather In my throat until It al most choked me, and would cause an annoying cough. Half ft bottle of Cooper's liew Dlneovei-y gave me relief and when the first bottle was finished, I felt like a new man. I am now com pletely cured and cmslder Cooper's New Discovery the greatest catarrh, blood and stomach remedy in the world." '" The Cooper preparations have been wonderfully successfully throughout the United States. We consider them remarkable medicines and would be pleased to explain the nature of them. Wakelin's Pharmacy. WATER USERS ASSN. WILL VOTE TODAY Annual Election 'of Officers Monthly Meeting of Board of Governors Yesterday. The board of governors of the Wa lter Users' association . held its regular : monthly meeting yesterday. Only one matter other than routine details, was ! brought before it and that was a cir 1 rular recently sent out by the recla- mstion service from the Washington i office to the Water Users' ass iclations j under all the projects. The circular announces that the l serv ice has devised a plan which each association may, if It desires, avail It I self of, for turning Into a cash credit, i the work of such farmers or their teams, as may be economically em ployed In the c-onstruction of ditches and similar work. The plan in this valley for instance, would be for any farmer In the valley who desires to do so, when there Is need of his services, or those of his team, may be employed In ditch construction or otherwise. His time check given in . payment, would be presented to the secretary of the Water Users' association, who would issue htm a voucher for (hat much money, acceptable at Us face value In payment for water when he buys for the next season, or in pay ment on the reservoir assessment due from each acre after the lands are al lotted. The subject was taken under advisement, as no member cared toi say just what he thought about It un til after he had deliberated a little. The plan Is suggested by the govern ment as one which might enable some , of the farmers who had more time ' than money, to work out at least a part of their water rentals or reser voir charges. Today, the mwnbers of the association have the annual elec tion on hand, and though there Is no contest on foot, that has excited any comment, the Incident Is always fraught with some interest. The names of the candidates were given In a re cent issue. The polling places will be as follows: - First District Peoria store. Second District West End School house. Third District Fowier School house. Fourth District Alhambra store. Fifth District Murphy School house Sixth District Board of Trade, Phoenix. Seventh District Crelghton School house. Eighth District Jordan School house. Ninth" DietrU t Mci City hall. Tenth District Harkley School house. ' TEA We couldn't moneyback tea, if our tea weren't bet ter than tea as you know it Tear tracer rerarss roar money If roe ioa't Bke StUUuir'i But: par ala FIXING FOR ; THEF ROLIC Acting Commander Thomas Prepares Program Arrangementr lor the Pa rades Iu Various Coast Cities. Magdalena Bay, April 3. (Via San Diego April 6.) The work of preparing for the California reception, now but ten days distant is already in progress among the battleships of the Atlantic fleet. Every ship not engaged in coal ing or working on the torpedo ranges. Is undergoing a thorought scrubbing, scraping and painting from the water llrte to the mast heads. Every inch of the surfu.ee of the ships will be gone over and cleaned and polished. Divers have been sent over the sides of each ship and made a thorough In spection of the bottoms. Many of the ships were nearly as clean as when they left, Hampton Roads according to the divers. The long lay at anchorage lias done more to foul their bottoms than the trip around the Horn. The work of coaling the ships for the final leg of the"1ong journey is being pushed forward with all speed. Last night the crew of the Maine worked all night taking- on coal. The Con necticut returned to Magdalena this morning from Pan Diego. Admiral Thomas Issued a tentative program for the fleet for the dates from April 11 to April 19, which includes the de parture of the fleet from Magdalena and its arrival at San Diego at 1 p. m.. April 14. On the night following the day of the arrival the ships will be Il luminated from to 11 p. m. with the searchlights turned on from 8 to' 8:30 p. m. ' v Admiral Thomas also . Issued a lengthy detailed order for the forma tion of the brigade of sailors and ma rines for parade duty at San Diego, San Francisco and other cities. It pro vides for the formation or a fleet of naval brigade of morn than 5000 men. All marine officers- available will be landed and each company of blue jack ets will have the full quota of three officers, one senior officer and two midshipmen. There will be one band and a set of colors for each, brigade. Admiral Thomas and other officers ex pressed gratification that there shall be no parade at Los Angeles and dis tant cities from ports making it very difficult successfully to land large parties. A 8KIN OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOREVER. T. Felix G-ureud' Oriental Cream or Maglo. Beautiflor. D Tan. rimplUss, uom i--.nt.ws, Frrtftle. on beauty, and tit le detect lot. It hu Mood it ta of AT -Mn, Mid t M bwniltt wi iMtf it tot ur il It prop? if ilb4 Acft no CO titer Bun. Dr. L. A. bavi-t Baud o Idy of tbe fain ton (ft poUkDttf A you ladivt will use tbr-m I fsrunrntilla GMrAnd Cream m th tout harmful of all ttit trio BraparaiKHis.' For ! by all dru!iu aod Fancy &oodt Dealers in tb United Staiaa, Canada and Europ. imT.HVtllS. Prcav 37 Grrat Jones Strict InrTsrL fit inn us it im-hi i ; i i in WHITE GOODS. India. Linon, Striped Goods and Mulls In white, 12c and 15c values; ; per yard 10 1 SHIRT WAISTS. Values In Shirt Wutsts in blue, X pink and black, checked and- figured T effects up to SI. SO: soecial rrice $ - yrc f PARASOLS. 3000 will be next In line, representing J all branches of the service. Then will ' follow the secretary of the navy and i distinguished naval officers in car riages in advance of the marines and blue Jackets. .In this section will be-; eighty battalions containing 66 men each, a total of 5200 men with the of ficers. White, pongee and black: bordered emuroKiereu; prices ranging up fTOm $1.00 HOSIERY. Ladles" Extra Lightweight Hose, in fast black. Special 3 prs. for 50 H 1 ! H H I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 H r H ; WOOLEN SKIRTS. Panama, Mohair. Serges and Nov- . elty Woolen Skirts; values J5.00 to 115.00; special J-4 OFF ', GINGHAMS. Spring Ginghams in 12',fec values In solid colors, blue and .pink, checks and stripes; special, y ard . . . Q ' SILK UMBRELLAS. 26 inch Silk Umbrellas in black, navy, brown, green and red; nar row white bodrers; each... $2.75 NEW LAWNS. Polka Dots, flowered and new pat terns of spring lawns, in extra val ues; 12 :ards 81.00 A HINT OF TARGET PRACTICE. San Diego. April 6. The naval col lier AJax arrived in port today, bring ing mail and passengers from Alagrta- ; lena. Among the passenircrs were j i.icin. 1 unimanui-r 1;. is. Krauniaw anil Lieut. L. U. White, sent from Wash ington to witness the target practice of the sixteen battleships. White said that while he was not at liberty to give out anv scores made. It could be stated that some record breaking scores had been made. "The most significant and satisfying feature of the work" said White, "is the fact that there Is not a single ship In the fleet which has not beaten former by a good margin." -. " 1 CUBA QUARANTINED .Washington. Apri! . The marine hospital service today established a quarantine against Cuba with the ex ception of Havana district. Piles 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 wa use none but that we'll guarantee you fine. Juicy, tender, healthful food. -PARTICULAR PEOPLE EAT STURGEON'S MEAT." J. E. STURGEON & CO. INDEPENDENT MARKET Phone Main 297. 1-j West Washington Street. We Want Every Pile Sufferer to Test This Great Cure at Our Expense. Send Your Name and Ad dress For a Free Trial Package. . THE FRISCO PARADE. San Francisco, April 6. The great parade when the commanding officers of the Atlantic fleet leave their ships to pay their respects to the governor of California and the mayor of San Francisco was finally arranged at a meeting of the reception and parade committee and the fleet committee to day. The grand marshal. Gen. Koster. estimated that the parade will take at lease three hours to pass a given point. Federal troops under the command of General Funston, to the number of We want to send yon a free trial of , the Great Pyramid Pile Cure at once. so ynu can see with your own eyes what it can do. You cure yourself with perfect ease, in your own home, and for little ex pense. Pyramid Pile Cure gives you prompt relief. It heals sores and ulcers, re duces congestion and inflammation, and takes away pain. Itching and irri tation. After you have tried the sample treatment, and you are satisfied, you 'can get a full regular-sized treatment of Pyramid Pile Cure at your drug gist's for. 50 cents. If he hasn't it. send us the money and we will send you the treatment at once, by mail, in plain sealed package. Send your namt4knd address at once for a trial of this marvelous, quick, sure cure. Address Pyramid Drug Co., 90 Pyramid Bldg., ManhalL.Mich. The Buckeye Lumber Co. THE ONLY ADVERTISED INDEPENDENT ' LUMBER YARD IN ARIZONA. If you are not in sympatny with Trusts. Pools, Combines and Re bates to preferred customers, give us a part of your trade. OUR POLICY A SQUARE DEAL Our prices are right all the time. "We carry the largest stock, the best assortment and a better quality of lumber for the money than any other yard in Phoenix. Car lots to all railroad points. Buckeye Lumber Co.,5-Points ( MONT ANDERSON, Prop. Ptiona Black 401. I OPENING DANCE There viI be a free opening dance at the summer hall at Alhambra Frl I day night, April 10. Music by Amerl I can Harp Orchestra. Day or night time Is the rightt time So I've understood, To eat Oonofrio Cactus Candy Made from Arizona desert fruit. THE oMEN'S mPNTre j by paul Thompson A SPANISH MISSION DESIGN. Ideas for the Man Who Would Be Well Dressed. For tle man who desires to be a little diffeient floin bis fellows aud stl'.l tlressnl rorrectly and In good uite and there are sunny mho It will be of Interest to learn ftst tuxedo wsUtcoats are being cut In jrra silks of s much deeper shade tbsn heretofore. With this is vota a tie that 'affords a very eftactlre contrast by being of pale prey. Some watateoata hare tbe quality of appearing t be of a different tint as seta from a different point of tlenr. it all depending upon how tbe li.ht hires npun toco . I bardly- think that they will erer tie very popular or their ne Trry general. . While a Y-shaped lapel to 1 dinner eoat la conceded correct by fashion, the oral or egs-ahaped kind ia of-T and leas serere snd moch more popular. For morning wear soft-flnUbed fabrics are favored, a tiieae drape much better than tbe hard-aurfaced cloths. They re tain their abape longer, and that U su Important consideration with moat men whose wardrobe U limited. Green and brown are two effective shades much in rogue now, although Individual taste will always be the moat Important considera tion with any man In (electing his busi ness clothes. Be couaerratlre In tbe cot, anyway, for there Is nothing which will more effectively tell tbe man's mental or social caliber than his manner of dressing for business or pleasure. At night be must conform to a very great extent to what other men wear, but lu the duytlme be has a practically unlim ited chance to either properly or wrongly. Tbe man who Is about to be tnarrUd U beset with niuny troubles, for be bus the question of what to wear and what to do brought home to him for tbe Xrtt time, unless, of course. It be one of these rare cases of a second marriage. Any adrlce that wUI aid him to solve tbe difficulties which surrouud binuwlil always be grate fully iceelved; hence the Justification for the following. It Is sn unwritten, but uoue ILt less Inviolate law, that the man who la to be married must present his men friends Who aid him In the capacity of best man or ushers with the Ascot ties and the gloves worn by them. It is also customary to present tbem with seie little memento of tbe occa- slou, snrh as a stickpin, sleeve buttons or some other like bit of Jewelry. Tbe erolutlnn of bien's spparel Is a most Interesting butter. A very few year ago mackintoshes were considered the correct thing; today they have gone almost completely out of use. In their place neve come waterproofed coats, as nowadays It Is possible to subject almost any cloth to tbe process of maklug It rainproof without In suy way causing it to loae Its flexibility or shape. Long routs are preferable, although here again personal tante must enter Into tbe selec tion of material and colors decided, upon. Oxford gray, black, olive and tan are always effective, although variety Is Bow afforded In plaids, stripes aud abadow effecta. To prevent s dress waistcoat from get ting wrinkled or "riding up and down" as tbe wearer bends or sways a clever device Is to have a little button sewed on tht trousers just above where the V on the waistcoat comes, and on the Utter bavt a Small buttonhole. This pre vents the waistcoat from getting awry and bolda It In place most effectively. Avoid Catching Cold. Much as most people like the bracing winter weather they prefer milder condi tions of temperature, because with the former Invariably come colds, the bane of winter existence for a vast majority of leople. ' They are bad enough In them telve. mskir.g one feel far worse than a more serious ailment might, but. In addi tion to this discomfort, there Is the still more Important phase to be taken Into consideration that they lead into catarrh, pneumonia and conaomptlou. . Unquestion ably a large percentage of colds ennld bave as easily been prevented snd, luas- much as March marks a period of the year when tbe danger Is probably great est, e'Liie Ideas on the subject may be of assistance to many readers. Proper breathing kII! do unci). Iu walking try to All your lungs and retain the air for ume little time before expelling It, but when- you first strike tbe street after leaving tbe warm atmosphere of tbe boufe don't take snrh long breaths as you may a abort time afterward, fiet accustomed to tbe change in conditions, then breathe 'n all the air your, lungs will cuntaln. Just because It Is wiufr. don't lessen tbe number of betLs. Yoor skill needs . them then JuM as n.uch ns In warmer t weather, or ou'y sll!:t!y les. If yod eon si sad It. snd I bare found this a very efflVaeloos way of keeping In jxhI health, take cod Laths, bnt always In a warm buthroom. where yon are comfortable after you leave tbe tub or the shower. It Is remarkable bow tni.rb good a cold hnth will do In resting yon after a pos-lhly poor night's, sleep and set von Dp for the entire dcy.' its well aa acting as a most eoVttirr deterrent to catching cold. Of coarse, It is alirajrs good policy to be reg ular In your meula. the food you eat and the hours yoa keep. That will help much. In tbe matter of clothing. It Is much wiser not to wear beary clothes, whether close to your body or for au outer cover ing. Brain by lessening tbe weight grad ually and yoa will find that It Is possible to wrar tbe same underclothes for - Inter aud summer. Many men keep in apb - Jld condition by wearing tbe knee-length drawers In the wintertime, aud are as comfortable lu them as they are lu sum mer. It means thnt you dou t hinder cir culation by close-Ottlng. overbeavy gar meuts, a proline aource of colds. If yon fuM that knee drawers are too cold aud do not keep you warm, tben try full length samuierwelgbt insterial, for if. In your 1 particular case, it means tbst yon ate al ways shivering and are uot wurui. then the thing to do Is to experiment until you find out just what weight will suit yon. Many men. however, do not realise or know that they can be as comforrabte and much Biore hygsnic with this lesser amount of clothes than they are by fol lowing the much wider-spread and gen erally accepteJ theory that, because tbe summer has been replaced l) winter. 1 bey must needs dies theniKelvei as though they Uvei near the North or the Sond !'o:c. The strength of s horse Is equal to that of seven men. Ten Aays per annum Is the average amount -of sickness In human life. A boy's hair grows one-half slower than s girl's. . In boys tbe average growth Is three feet three inches In six years. ' Thick brewn bread, spread plentifully j with good butter, It more nutritious thun I any other food. i An Inexpensive Gold Bond Investment. There la no quality in this world which -oat ai little and brings as great I ctnrns ss courtesy or civility. It Is like lighting ooe caudle by another's light, for oue loses nothing by tbe transac tion and the second gilns iuu.'h thereby. 8e with courtisy, a man can always afford to be courteous for there Is never any telling bow great tbe compensation fur this will be. My own experience as an editor has taught wo that conclusively. Meting lu person come unknown writer l.as ofteu meant thnt that particular man would luter come into u.y ulDce with smiles or pk-tnres whic'i many another nia.axlue would hare willingly expended far more niouey than was at my dlxpjsa! to secure the sa:ne. No mutter what yoar patltiou never assume the exalted. Inac cessible attitude: see as many men who reillv have business with you as yon emu." They will appreciate this and repay you in kind. 811. too, in every walU in life, no n::tr what your petition or y.);tr employment be civil to inferiors as well as thntte whose positions above yon world prou:pt ynu to be polite. The man below ui.iy le sbovc some day and In a posttlou to help you, or yon may And yojrself hi:)' Inferior. Time works many cbatiges. particularly in this couuiry, and yon can never tell. A man who gave me a position :is cub reporter whs work ing for ate two years later, writing mat ter at my dictation. I0 you tbluk I did uor remember his early lift sud try to repay hi'11 iu kind by putting In his way nil the opportunities for space writing that 1 could? 1 reiterate, tllere Is no cheaper snd blzser Interest-bearing In vestment today than courtesy and civility tj all wiia whom ywa come la contact. ASermonetteOnSun niness. National boundaries ami complexions tn the evntrary, there are really only two kinds or people in this worlJ the people who lire iu the shadow and those who live on the aunuy side of the utreet. The first clat may not be shady lu char acter, and whether they are culled pessi mists or not, tbey assuredly pay for their disagreeable temperament is lack uf friends and lack of business success. This type will tell you net to make friends, for In the end they will always "do" you. Why this standpoint? Per haps, 10 years before one man proved un grateful to him. Henceforth be will rep resent the whole world ss msde up uf ungrateful wretches. Perhaps this type of man Is on s street car when the fuse blows out Kor tbe next few days his conversation will carry tbe odor of smoke, and be will gloomily try to convince the world that it is sure death to venture on the atreet. He re fuses to bear his own burdens, but piles them on his friends If such s type can have friends. Why? He lives on tbe wrong side of thej street though Just across the way the sun alwaya ahinea and the business world likes to patronise the sunny resi dents thereof. Ia every business street one side Is always more popular with shoppers, snd is consequently more valu able than the other. 80 also I the "sun ny side" of life. Rent and Poverty. Men connected with charity organisa tions In the big cities bave discovered that there Is tbe closest connection with the rating of s family and the rent paid by the same. Is other words, If a fani'ly Ik found applying for help which pays nliout $8 or $t monthly for rent, at which price only tbe poorest apnrtmeuts of very .few rooms can lie secured, tbey arc found invariably to lie shiftless and ou a very low plane uf living. Ou the otber band, if they have been paying aliojt a mouth they prove to be thrifty and self-respecting aud their need of assis tance to be due to temporary hard lack. Getting to Sleep. If yoc are troubled with insomula some of tbe (i.llowiug Ideas are worth trying out. as they are certain to accomplish what s ems impossible of achievement, wooing sleep successfully: A warm biith betVire retiring not a cold one. for the .Ut'er w.ll wake you. Orluk a cup of cool, not Iced, water, and this will bring (col repose. Sleep with yonr windows open at tbe top and bottom, be it ever so small a spate, so you can Just feel a breeze on your face. Put lu your bath a little bag containing dried clover top nnd lavender flowers, aud as tbe water coola there will- be a delightful odor arising frViru it. It is tbns medicated and ' slightly perfumed and a sure cure fur iiisjuiola. I ti-s i- (t 1 if n 1 I UESIOSED BY CHARLES S. SEDCWKK, AHC1I1TECT. MINNEAPOLIS. V1IVH. Our design shows s bouse built on the Spanish Mission order, many of which rsu be seen through Southern California. The construction Is frame, with cement on tbe outside on metal lath. The size is 27 by 41 feet, exclusive of the piazzas, :bat are broad and liberal, extending across the front and end. and a plasza acrota the rear, with gnllery over. Tbe living room Is In tbe center, across the front, brood and liberal In sise sud uc'ugouai In form, carried out over the main piazza, giving fine outlook and ven tilation. The dining room extends across tbe end opening in connection with the bilge living room, and at the rear tbe kitchen, butler's pantry, etc. The second story comprises four good chambers. The bouse Is finished in Wash ington fir. with beamed ceiling, stained and varnished, and tbe timber work of the ceilings allowing over the piazzas, also the heavy timbered cornices. The estimated cost Is S4.30U, exclusive of heat iui; and plumbing. If red SpauUh tile roof la used, it would Increase tbe cost about J-'LV). Tbe quaint beauty of this style of houe will Interest many who are not familiar with tbe peculiarities of tbe Spanish style of building. The cement finish of the, outride can be done with a rough "'pebble dash" surface. The roof an be either dark green or red. aud all casings, cornices snd timbers showing can be left without paint and stained with a dark weathered finish or brown, which will add mtlch to tbe beauty of the. exterior. Tbe windows will look best In white. Such a home as this is well adapted for a sniuuier home, for a home In a warro rllmate or a home In the country, with pleuty of opeu eroumi about. The broad piazzas should be screeued la and tbe balcony over tbe resr piazza con Id be Inclosed with glais. making a very nice sun room. There is no so;i. r;!u..ns ornamentation: everything alout the lions. Is left very simple ami quiet in design: tbe cornices made with few uieiulers and plain, no moldings being used about the exterior work, only tbe tlmliers and heavy brack ets sbowlug. The weu.-M story is lighted with ample casement windows, the sash, arranged to swing. PODCM J 1 LI Ul lUTCKTM EJ I "" 'rl f? Et i, 12 0x200' JL I I l( j ' 'UVOTQ ROOM j j j I -1AYZA JMi J . 5A1.COMY J J e jl CHAFER I PD I jl I y irxo-o' I i j4 . ' I CMAM5 J CHAMBER I '0,e'X'' I I ue-e x II tiii-i ri-ooii I'Ljlx. f ShlCONO FfOB FLAM