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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORMXC, APRIL 20, 1008.
r 5 CANTALOUPt PLAN1S ARE DOING NICELY Comments From Yuma Concerning the Crop in the Southwest Generally. I. G. Hanna of Tempe has been em ployed as an expert fanner by the Phoenix Cantaloupe ('.rowers' associa tion and lias been giving the young crops on tile north side close atten tion. He snys the young crop is com ing along in a most promising way though the plants are a little "drag gled" in appearance by the recent rain though unhurt. This is the "plant ions.-"" -rid of their existence, when Uie lit tie plums are assailed by in sects. However, there is little fear of i,ny serious damage and on the south side the insects have practically sub sided. Altogether the conditions are promising and the-cantaloupe men are in good spirits. Mr. Hanna has been engaged in luising cantaJoupes on the south side for the past seven years and is becoming an authority in that line of work, locally. Mr. Pearson, the representative of the Pittsburg commission house and the man who assisted in the organiza tion of the association here, arrived yesterday to look over the field and keep in touch with conditions. Con cerning the cantaloupe business in general the Yuma Sun has the follow ing to say: L. M. Lyon calls attention to the fact trial cantaloupe shippers In Tm leiial valley are advertising in trade papers quantities of cantaloupes which aggregate 3:0u carloads, and declares tint the impression is growing tip In the Eastern markets that the output is to be much bigger than the facts jus tify. The newspapers of southern Cal ifornia also have erred greatly in this respect, statements having been widely publisheu estimating the crop at 10,000 carloads, or five to eight times what conservative men expect. "Study of the fields as they are at this writing does not warrant the Standard in raising its estimate, made several weeks ago, of 20aa carloads as the total yield of the valley, with a possibility that this figure wil! be cut in half." THE LONG PLIGHT OF WILLIE ROSAS This Habitual Runaway is Again Ab sent From Home. Wiilie Rosas is absent again. He is the nine year old son of Andres Rosas of 734 South Center street and he has been running away from home ever since he could walk. He has now been gone three days and his parents have been unable to se- ure the slightest tra-.-e of him. Aljout a year ago he ran away and after he had been gone for several days he was found by the sheriff's office near Peoria where he had concealed his identity by misstate ments so ingenious that it was diffi cult to believe that they could have been" made up by a boy of that age. His present flight was made known to the office of the sheriff yesterday. His mother said that about two weeks ago she learned that he had not been at school and when he came home one night she took him to task about it. He replied that he was not going to school anymore. He said he had lound an American who was going to adopt him and take him "a long ways off." He was going to give him good clothes, send him to school and treat him right and when he got older he was going to give him .plenty of money. Mrs. Rosas thought nothing of this conversation until a day ago when it struck her that there might have been something i nthe boy's story, as un reasonable as it appeared at the time. The missing boy is small for his age. When he left home he was bare foot; wore knee pants and a shirt of check material and a cheap advertis ing cap. At that time the boy was suffering from a bad cold. o PILE CURE Trial Package of Wonderful Pyramid Cure Sent to All Who Send Name and Address. There are hundreds of cases of pil-s which have lasted for 20 and 3D year and have been cured in a few- days or weeks with the marvelous Pyramid Pile Cure. Piles sufferers in the past have lo ik ed upon an operation as the only re lief. But operations rarely cure, jr.d often lead to fearful results. Th Pyramid Pile Cure cures. It re lieves the swelling, stops thL- roiises tion. heals the ulcers ind f;ssurts and the piles disappear. There is no form of piles which this remedy is not rnada to cure. The ryramid Pile Cure can be used at home. There is no loss of time or detention from hti8ines Th-re Is no case of piles so severe that the Pyra mid Pile Cure will not bring relief. We make no charge lor a nial p: ck nge of Pyramid PP Oire Tir's sam ple will relieve the ilcti'lfj, soothe t lie inflamed membrane unl start v..i on your way to a cure. After you have used the sample go t the druggist PT a jO cent box of the remedy. Write today. The sample -osts you nothing. Pyramid Drug Co., 143 Fvramid Tlldg., .Marshall, Mich. It is Crystallized Cactus Candy, That makes the v. or Id seem bright. Than keep a box handy Of Crystallized Canay To keep you feeling right. And if there is a girl expecting That you will call tonight. If you want a kiss that Is brim full of bliss, get A package of Crystallized Candy At Donofrios' The HOFFMAN Everthlng First Class Famous Tony Faust Beer on Draught JACK GIBSON, Proprietor. PROSPERITY OF ARIZONA v As It Appears lo Mr.B.P. Cheney The Excellent Outlook' lor a Still Further Improve ment In Mining Industry. Mr. B. P. Cheney of Boston, a direc tor of the Santa Fe system, one of its heaviest stockholders and extensively interested in the Development Com pany of America arrived in the city yesterday afternoon from the north. He was accompanied by Messrs. F. M. Murphy, W. A. Drake nnd Paul P. Hastings and by Messrs. Bole and Jennings of fen Diego. Mr. Cheney spent the afternoon in the city and left last night for the south in his private car which had been attached to tne M. & P. train. Messrs. Murphy. Drake and Hastings returned to Prescott. this morning. After a tour of the properties of the Development company in .the north, Mr. Cheney accompanied Mr. Murphy over the A. & C. road arriving at Par ker early yesterday morning. Mr. Cheney will stop at Red Rock, will visit the works of the company at Imperial and will inspeci the Sasco smelter. Accompanied by Messrs E. R. Gage and W. F. Staunton. Mr. Cheney will go to Tombstone and then leave for the east. He has been absent from Boston about six weeks. He spent some time in southern California and altogether his journey over the Santa Fe system has been made by easy stages in order that Mr. Cheney might nake an inspection of it. He has been coming to this territory in his transcontinental journeys about twice a year but it is two years since he has visited Phoenix. He said tha.. he was pleased to find the affairs of the Development Company of America in such excellent shape. Vnder the guidance of Mr. Murphy he visited the properties at Poland. Crown King and elsewhere in the north. There he found rather greater activity in mining than he had expected but the indications were that it would soon be still great er. He believed that the Humboldt smelter which has done so much to stimulate minng in the north would shortly be in operation again. In fact plans to that end were moving forward satisfactorily. The closig down of the smelter hail a naturally depressing effect in thai locality, especially upon the smaller mines whose owners had been unable to avail themselves of reduction facil ities at a distance. In the southern part of the territory. Mr. Cheney said he understood that mining operations were proceeding with did time vigor. Mr. Cheney was pleased to learn of the prosperity of this valley and the progress the city had made especially within the last year. This progTess he believed would he far surpassed as th years go along and that In a short time the fame of the valley as a gar den spot would be widely advertised. The citrus fruit industry, Mr. Che ney believed would become a very im portant one: he had understood that the crop of the present year had dou bled that of a year ago. This is a sub ject in which h" is interested stn 'e he is part owner of a thousand acre orange and lemon grove in southern California. The inquiries of Mr. Che ney about the vallev showed that he had it very much in mind and that he desired to keep in touch with its progress. He was especially interest ed In the future of the best sugar fac tory. The best advertisement said he, this territory has had was In the magnifi cent manner in which it bad withstood the panic and the rapidity with which It ,had recovered from the effect of it. There are he said comparatively few places in the country where the banks preserved the unruffled front of those of Prescott and Phoenix. Speaking of the late financial de pression, Mr. Chenev said that while the acuteness of it had passed away the effect would be felt in most places for a long time. "The country." said he, "was very sick and it is nr.tural that its recovery should be slow. It is perhaps betier that it should be so." Another thing he thought that would contribute to ithe slowness of recovery was the presidential campaign. Those who have money to invest are antic ipating nothing. It Is pretty generally believed that Mr. Taft will be nom inated bv the republicans and the country would be willing to trust him. The business interests have confidence in him. Mr. Cheney believed no defi nite plans would be formed until aVter the election in November and he added that investors were looking forward to the Denver convention with great interest. He spoke of the reforms to which the country had been subjected. Many of them were drastic but he believed that order would soon follow whatever disorder had resulted and that the country would lie In n better shape than ever. Even in making right moves the reformer is apt to swing beyond the center but he will swing ultimately to the proper point. Reforms of all kinds, said Mr. Che ney are se in motion by the need for them. They go usually farther than is necessary to eradicate the evils which prompt them but after a while matters are settled as they should be. o INSTRUCTED FOR HUGHES. Blood Poison from a Scratch Sore Ate Into the Bone Fxpected to Lose His Leg Unable to Step Permanently Cured. Not a word of comment is necessary on Mr. McLean's concise clear statement. Just read it and if you need a good blood medi cine you will know what to take. " C. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass. " Gentlemen : Some three yearsx ago I acci dentally scratched a small piece of skin off nay leg below uiy knee, blood poisoning set in, and a sore formed which ate so deeply that my wife could see the bone. I thought I should lose my leg, and for a long time was unable to step on my foot. I then bethought me of a previous time when troubled with eczema and Hood's Sarsaparilla did me good. So I decided to go back to my old friend once more. In a short time I found the Sarsaparilla was purifying my blood, for the wound commenced to heal, and to look altogether different from its previous in flamed and raw condition. In a short time it completely closed up, and today that leg is the better of the two. I am thankful that it saved me when I was in such a bad condition, and also for the good it does me every time I take it in the spring." Geobge McLean, 3278 6th avenue, Troy, X. Y. EH 1 ' y j 26 .- . :-.-.t.--.:,..a If 'V.V , FRENCH LAWN. Extra fine- ipiallties of French Lawns, suitable for graduation dress and parties; 45 inches wide. Per yard n'le, 9'ic and S1.35 EMBROIDERED SWISS. Imported Swiss in beautiful and new embroidered designs: qualities extra fine and sheer. Specially priced per yard 70" DOTTED SWISS. N't w effects in fine grades of dot ted Swiss, various sizes of dots: values especially priced, per yard, only .' 35C SWISS APPLIQUE. Colored patterns of appliiiued swiss in new effects, pink. tan. brown, blue and white. IVr yard 30? NEW LACES. New sets of fine French Vals. In edges, insertions and matched sets Values per yard lc to 15C NEW EMBROIDERY BEADINGS Finished edges in new beailings suitable for corset covers: a special l"t; per yard Hie to 23 EMBROIDERY APPLIQUc. A fresh lot of wash appli i ie In in - and desirable pattern--. A ,. price per yard. P'c to 2r LACES FOR 5c PER YiPD. English Torchons and Fren h Vals. in edges ami insertions. Yaltes up to 12 l-2c; special yard NEW RUCHINGS. Odors of Ruehings in brown, pink, green, blue and white, extra quali ties and beautiful shades. Price per -var1 35c BACK COMBS AND BARRETTES. Complete assortment of new Shell floods. Carved Back Combs. Fancy and Plain liarrettes. Values up from TOILET ARTICLES. T.ilcmn and Tooth Powder in the standard brands. Vaseline Soaps Hid White Shoe Pressing. Price " to 25c BELT PINS AND BUCKLE. ' oxidized and Pearl duckies and l-'ancv Kelt Pins in exiremelv new i effects: 3-.C to S2.00 White Para sols in new einbroi d e r e d effects. Kach Sl.OO. j T f t f& A special lot in. siz. Kj.cn Q MR. ;EORGK McLEAX. Rochester, X. Y.. April 25. The Thirty-second district republican con- vention here today elected dtdegates to the national convention, instructed for Hughes. o NIGHT RIDERS INVADE OHIO. Nashville, Kv.. April 25. Masked night riders last midnight applied the torch to a large warehouse of Paul Kautz at Bond's Ferry, fifteen miles west of here, on the Ohio side, and destroyed it. Kautz Is an independent buyer "who was forced to leave Brack en county a few weeks ago. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the ideal Spring alterative and tonic. Get a bot:le today. Sarsatabs ' To met the wishtm of those who prefer med icine in tablut form, we are now pnttmk up Hood hmrsaparilla in chocolated tablet under th pro tec unl trade name tiaraaiabs, as well as in the iiftaal liquid form. In tedwlnf H tod's Rarsapa rilla to a solid extr& i, we hav retained in Sarsatabs the ruratn propert es of every medicinal ingredient. Joid by druiftfists or mfc promptly by mail. 100 d s one doJ ar. C. I. Hood Co.. Lowell. Mftsa FRISCO TONG WAR BREAKS OUT AFRESH va - siKii'l h-twri n the l;nl r- of nuigs but it is ."aiti th:it f r a v i;iM '! li;is In t il o!"fTwl tor Y. hV Hi-ITlbtTS tif tilt two tulips ert! e-k I I Attempted Gathering of Heads at $500 Apiece. SOARED TO HEIGHIS UNIOUCHED IN MONTHS An Active Ending of a Week's Re bounding Market. New York. April iS. There were considerable additions to the week's rise in the prices of stocks in today's market. The advance was somewhat uneven anil the market was lacking in breadth. I'nion Pacific, a prominent example, rose to a price higher limp had been touched since early in August last Near. itiier stocks tone h d 'he high point for III" present year St. Paul and Hill stoc;;s showed th los est smpnt!.y .vi'h the movement ,f I'nion Pacific. Profit taking v as free ly pursued !!!(! this induced an un -ven a"d at times an iir gular movement 'ii prices. P,omls w .-re firm. S'eel riii. J a small miction below Tl I s- ing price y. .! ci da v throughout. The market c'- s, d und' r "he 'm'.-.-.- lice of pi. iir taking go to Phoenix next Satur High school is confident The, locals were -upp..rte quota of roirters irom the the city fans. Hurley stru men. Hatcher who also city league tossed for the Tucson gave the visitors ception. Score by inning!-: High school Z v 0 I'niversity 11 1 4 Hits High School 7. I Butteries Hurley and Jon and Oillum. o- lay Hud the of victory. I by a full school and k out seven days in the I'niversifiy. a royal re- II 1 ft a 7 ft a jo niversity X. 's: Hatcher BASEBALL San Francisco. April -T.. Three Clii camcn were shot m an affray on Washington street, near Hart let t al ley. Chinatown, tonight. in what is I resinned to be a renewal of the toiig v. ai between the Pang Kong anil Hop Sing tonus. line of ttie nun is dead and the oth er two are suffering from bullet ..iHin'ls. one in the fool and one tn the thigh. The dead man is a Hop Sing man. A Bing Kong man was shot in the foot The other, who was not con cerned in tin trouble, received a bul let in tlie thigh. Five men were pin- erm d in a running fight along Wash ington street for two blocks, and all i ninatowu was thrown into an uproar. A Subject for Osleriz ng. 'Yes. indeed.'" said Miss O Igir reciting the story of the fa-iii y's rible experience with burrU s. ' wretches came to my room Jirst what do you think'.' They ell Tofe ed me ill my slee;." "I guess." remarked the t.nfee listener, "they thought yon lo .ked part." and Mil ling tie GRAND CANYON EXCURSION The Santa Fe. Prescott and Phoenix will run a ilrand Canyon exc irsion in June. A Very low rate will be in effect. 1 for the round trip with the limit of tickets days. It will be run especially for the benefit of the school children after commencement is over, but will be nwn to anyone who may wish to visit the Canyon at that time. "R" means the Rage Oonofrio's Cactus Candy is It; There's a lingering pleasure In each single bit! MAILLARD S CHOCOLATES NEW YORK CITY We ask you to conipr re these with any 6ac or 80c chocolates. MAILLARO'S Chocokte, lar$3 variety, with filling of the finest texture, f0 I"'r Pound. MAILLARO'S French assorted Chocolates and Bon Bons, 25. We have about a hui Sred other kinds equally good. PHOENIX BAKERY AND CON ECTION ERY, , EDWARD EISELE, i Wholesale. Established 18S1. Retail. STANDING OF THE LEAGUES. Nat onal. Atunigar S nelting 7!-, .iilvv..tlkee Cntral H'J'i Hi ailing liW' I l.ion Pjcili" 'ilk ago . . . . .ew York . Pittsburg . . Brooklyn .. Boston . . Cincinnati . Philadelphia St. Louis . . STOCKS. i! Copper ("",. A'ik l ican . Atchison --. 'I: Ic:. go. Si. Paul 1:!, Xw York I Pennsylvania 1 1 i-'i. i . Southern P o"c 75'',. J ::.7',. !'. S. S,e, i ;p;. I American. Steel pfd. 1 i-J GJAIN. Chicago. Aprd Wheat i! r;ed ir regular. Jul.' rn! Septcn li -r wcrt f Tin. but M.i- uns v iak. May "pene l '"I'-jC higher ai !i7 'a 9sc. advanced to 9S'4c and d -"-lined to 97' I.e. whfre it c'osed. July opened rn'Hc- higher ::t fc'.ie. sold between i '. ' 2c and closed at Ss,-c. May corn opened 'tc higher at ", sold off to AC, and closed at sii""'. July opened a shade to ic high. " at 62,ii62c. sold off to 61i: nnd closed at fiJ'- fi ' jc. May oats opened ic higher at 53 "c. sold off to r,:!c and closed at the bo--tom. July opened unchanged at 4.1:Iic, sold off Pi 45'ic and closed easy. METALS. Xew York, April L'.'t. The metal market! were uuiet as usual in the ab sence of cables, and ouotallons were practically nominal. Tin was easy at .:i.7ff3!.!oi. Copper was quiet, with lake at $12.7' 12.H7i- electrolytic I2.S7',a''n l-'.7f.. ami casting at J12.:!7'j'i I i.r.0. Lead was unchanged at -.1.97 ! ri Spelter was quiet at $4.fifi4r1.sr. Iron was nominally unchanged. CATTLE AND SHEEP. Chicago. April 27,. Cattle receipts .!": market steady. Beeves $4 ti"5i 7.2.1. westerns J4.0ii'i fi.a'i. Sheep receipts 211111; market steady. N'aties J4 S.'i'n fi.4.'i. western $4 !mKi 'Cart, yearlings tH.'yii'n 7.1". lambs H.Mi'ti ' Mil. western $;.iii 7. "in. UNIVERSITY WINS EXCITING CONTEST St. Louis New Y'irk Cleveland Boston Philadelphia Chi'-as Detroit Washington Coast League. Los Angeles San Francisco Oakland Portland .7 S .liiiu .'pii'i .r.ini .."un .444 .4uil .2"!) .i;r,i; . i ; i . ..""ii ..".4.". ..".4.". .ir,4 .:iS4 ."oft YESTERDAY'S GAMES. National. 'At Pittsburg K. H. K- Pittsburg 7 it St. Louis 2 S (I Batteries: I-evi r and Gibson; Hig ginbotham and H" stetter. At New York R H K. Brooklyn 4 o New York ' Batteries: Bui k r nid Kilter; AVilt se. McOinnity and Brtsnaluin. I WEST COAST ROUTE I HI IK Iv in 1 1 mii im nnnawai -lairrn -ar-Mlf TJ r 1 f r. ii. i: :t '.t : . . . . 2 ! : At Boston Hoston Philadelphia F.Ieveji innings. Batteries: Lind; man and Bowt-r-man; Bi hey and I'ooiu. Chicago-Cincinnn I game postponed. ' American. At Washing!. in R K. Washington ' 4 1 Boston 1 Batteries: Kelcy and Warner: Mor gan and Cartigan. At Philadelphia- R H- K. Philadelphia ' ' New York : ' 4 Batteries: ortli. Newton. .Mnnning and Klcinow; Iygrt. Vick-rs '"arter and Smth. At St. Louis R. H- K. St. Louis -2 1 Chicago 11 1 Battries: Powell. Bailey and Spen cer: Walsh and StlHvan outhern Pacific Company K. High School Plays Fine Game Aaginst Great Odds Here Next Saturday. Tucson, April 2a. (Special.) The Phoenix High school lost today by a score of 7 to 10 to the University of Arizona in a most ex Uing contest. It was anybody's game till the end of the ninth inning. Phoenix made a surprising showing. Hurley was not in the best of form but Myers the um pire was very unsatisfactory. Four Phoenix batters were hit by the pitch er but were not allowed to take their base and decisions on balls and strikes were erratic. Notwithstanding the High school put up a plucky fight, scoring six runs in the first two inn ings. Tucson began scoring in th .third. In the fourth the High school went off its feet and the Varsity tal lied four times. Two in the seventh and two in the last, gave the Co-ed Heroes the victory. Luck broke ir. their favor in the ninth. Phoenix had two on bases and one gone. Hurley drqve the ball to center on a line butj the fielder made a most unusual eaten preventing tieing the score. The High 1 school had men on bases in most every j inning. This is the Ilrst or a series neter mined on. The university team will . At Cleveland R. H Cleevland - 1" - Detroit J 1 1 Batteries: Cecil. Li -bhar It and Bo mis; Summers and Schmid . Coast Leaaue. At Oakland R. H. F.. Oakland .. . . X Portland S 11 2 Batteries: Lewis, Wright and Slat- i tery; Bloomfield ar.d add n. At Los Angeles R. H. E. ! Los Angeles 7 9 2i San Francisco ... 1 3 1, Batteries: Hosp ami Easterly; Wil- , lis and Berrv. j Account Fleet Visit to Northern California Coast San Francisco and Return $46.25 May 2 and 3. y Limit 30 Days Through Seaside Pullman from Phoenix to Los Angeles Tuesday and Saturday Mexico City and Return $48,50 June 20th. Limit 60 Days R. College Games. At New Yrok Yale , " Columbia 1 At Chicaro R I'niversity of Chicago J Iowa 3 A Ann "Arbor Michigan C. Schiml R. L, H. LANDIS, M. O. BICKNELL, GEN. AGT., PHOENIX GEN. PASS. AGT., TUCSON Berkeley - j fl Stanford 1