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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY, MORNING, MAY 29, 1908.
- BEFORE GOING AWAY Arrange to- have the Daily Repub lican follow you. No trouble to change your address on our mailing list, no matter how often you move alout during your vacation. 73 cents per month,, Phone Main 47; the cir culation' niap there-will take care of the rest. ': It is Crystallized Cactus Candy, That makes the crld seem bright. ' Then keep a box handy Of Crystallized Canay To Veep you feeling right. And if there is a girl expecting , , Thst you willajl tonight, If you want a kiss that Is brim full of bliss, get A package of Crystallized Candy At Donorrioe' No Hill Too Steep No Sand Too Deep for Runabout. 18 h.p S90U.OO Taurine Car. 24 h.p... .Slou.ou and SI (350.00 Taurine Car. 35 h p., 4 cylinders. J2150.CO Gentleman's Roadster J-'lSu.uo Send for Catalogue md List cl Used Cars Agents wanted where net represented. A. W. GUMP AUTO CO., 1118 S. Main St, Los Ancelco Cor. Sixth & .Hope Streets. HOTEL ACACIA European plan. Every modern con venience; elevator service. Low sum mer Tates. Ben H. Crow, Prop, Los Angeles, Cal. MT. VIEW INN Hollywood, Cal., midway between Los Angeles and the sea. An ideal sum res resort. All airy outside rooms, big porches, large grounds, croquet and tennis courts. Rates $10 per -week and up. B. FOWLER, Prop. VENICE OF AMERICA Finest Beach Resort in the world. Bathing, Boating, Fishing, Dancing, daily, free concerts, etc. Villas and Bungalows clean, cool and complete. $17.50 to $35 per month. Apply Villa Office. Venice. CaL WHeitk in Loi AnjtUi Stop at the Hotel Westminister Etai-opoan, Plan Sl.OO per dar and i o With bth $1.50 and tip Moderate Priced Cafe Unexcelled Cuisine Centrally Located 100 Rooms with Bath 4tH and Main Sts. Los Angeles, Cal. i F. O. JOHNSON Proprietor Southern California sier i sr - HOLLENBECK HOTEL LOS ANGELES. A. C. Billcke. John S.'Mltchell. TWO NEW ELEVATORS. NEW FIRE PROOFING. NEW FURNITURE. NEW PLUMBING. Fifty Thousand Dollars worth of Improvements made this season for the comfort, safety and convenience of our guests. HEADQUARTERS FOR ARIZONIANS. SANTA CATALINA ISLAND Season 1908. GREATEST FISHING TOURNAMENTS. Auspices "Tuna" and "Light Tackle Clubs," Boating, Bathing, Hunt ing, Golf, Tennis, etc. CANVAS CITY Hundreds of tents In shady groves. HOTEL METROPOLE European and American clan. ISLAND VILLA HOTEL Rooms single, $5.00 per week upwards; $8.00 for two. WRITE FOR INTERESTING PRINTED MATTER. BANNING COMPANY, 104 Pacific Electric Bulling, Los Ansgles, Calif. r !"" 809 So. Hill 8t, Los Angeles, Cal. Strong, Original, Practical. SUCCESSFUL. Belongs to no "chain" or trust, class or clan absolute MERIT its only alliance. Concentrated, enthusias tic, COMPLETE. A school of FORCE, CHARACTER and INFLUENCE. Prestige of long experience, thousand of graduates every one a WOOD BURT testimonial and a vital force 1 n the world. "BETTERNESS" Its fllf.tlnctlve quality. "The Success of t he Student" Its slogan. Entire year -begin when ready. POSITIONS SECURED. Write for "Catalogue W K is Illustrated. Interesting. Instructive. INSPIRING. BEAUTIFUL RESORT OF PICO HEIGHTS, LOS ANGELES. . PICO HEIGHTS HOTEL American and European plan. Special rates to families; all home comforts; excellent table board. Write for illustrated booklet, reservations and lowest rates. Pico Heights Hotel. 1316 Vermont Ave.. Los Angeles. - r ' BIMINI HOT SPRINGS HOTEL. LOS ANGELES. The most curative treatment known for rheumatism, beautiful scenery, cool ocean bseeze. Hot Springs water In every room: no noise, no dust, no tips. Street car to door. Pamphlets at Republican office or by writing Dr. G. W. Tape, Medical Supt. , ; if LOMA LINDA SANITARIUM Lorn a Linda, or Hill Beautiful, Is the name of one of Southern California's most beautifully located sanitariums, near Redlands, sixty-two miles east of Los AngeJuti, on main line of the S. P. The Battle Creek methods of treatment are carefully administered. Sum mer price's '.from June to October. Send for Booklet "C." Loma Linda Sanitarium, Loma Linda, Calif. ' MARKET STOOD IP AGAINST HARD KNOCKS The List Displayed Power of Resistance. a Reassuring New York, May 27. The jlock market today sustained some rude buffets in demoralizing breaks in Gould stocks, and the power of re sistance to this influence had some effect of reassurance on speculative sentiment, it has been observed from the speculative liquidation in pro gress this week that it has not ur gently pressed on the falling of the market, advantage being taken rather of the strong periods to market stock. In the local money market, money continues to be easy in spite of the week's requirement of nearly $18,000,000 on New York banks, al ready met, for the return of govern ment deposits and for exports of gold. Apparently this heavy drain was offset fully one-third by the continued inflow of currency from the interior. The passage through the house of the emergency currency bill induced some early buying of stocks. STOCKS. Amalgamated Copier 63 4, Ameri can Smelting 72Kj. Atchison 79. St. Paul 12?, New York Central 10H4, Pennsylvania 119, Heading 110, Southern Pacific 82, Union Pacific' 13914, U. S. Steel 3S, pfd. lOO.. GRAIN. Chicago, May 28. July wheat opened 4??sc lower at 91ft914c, advanced to 92MiC, declined to 90V&C and closed at 9QV.ti'c. May opened M..C higher at $1.07. sold off to $1,061$, advanced to $1.0 and closed at $1.09. May corn closed strong, with other deliveries weak. July opened a shade to fi'i c lower at 68 ',4 iff 14 c, sold off to 674c and closed at 67c. May opened unchanged to lc higher at SOfcSlc. advanced to S2c and closed at 82M;C. July oats opened unchanged to c higher at 4848c and sold off to 47c, where it closed. May closed at 56 c. DIARRHOEA There is no need of anyone suffer ing long with this disease, for to effect a quick cure it is only neces sary to take a few doses of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In fact, in most cases one dose is sufficient. It never fails and can be relied upon in the most severe and dangerous cases. It is equally val uable for children and is the means of saving the lives of many children each year. - In the world's history no medicine has ever met whh greater success. PRICE 25c. LARGE SIZE 50c. Advertisements. Hotel Ingraham INGRAHAM AND BIXEL STS, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. A full-fledged city hotel on the Amer ican and European plans. Newr, luxurious, restful. Beautiful lawns and Mission Piazza. Always cool and free from dust, and noise. Take Seventh St., car on Broadway t Bixel. B. BEYER, Prop'r. ?? METAL. New York, May 28. London tin market waa lower, spot .'losing at 127 58 and futures at 126 5s. The local market was easy, ranging from $28.00128.50. The London copper market was 5s higher with spot at 57 2s d and futures at 57 lis. Locally It was weak and unchanged with lake at $12.75'12.87Vs. electrolytic 12.50 12.75, and casting $12.37 12.60. Lead waa lower at 12 13s 9d in London. The local market was a shnde lower, ranging from $4.32 H 4.37. Spelter was unchanged at 19 12s 6d in London and at $4.554.60 lo-i cally. Iron- was. lower at 49s lO'jd for Cleveland . warrants jn the London market. Locally It was unchanged, with No. 1 foundry $16.7517.50, No. 2 $16,00116.75. No. 1 southern soft and No. southern $16.25 17.00. CATTLE AND SHEEP. Chicago, May 28. Cattle receipts 3.000, market strong. , Beeves $4.75 7.30. Texana $4. 60515.65, westerns $4.505.70, stockers and feeders $3.50 4.50, cows and heifers $2.306.10, calves $4.756.25. Sheep receipts 11,000, market steady. Natives $3.60 (jf 5.25, westerns $3.605.20. yearlings $5.506.25, lambs $4.50&6.70, western lambs $4.50 fc'6.73. WESTERN MINING AND COTTON. Keweenaw "14 Osceola 90 Warren 3 American 314 Denn.... 2 Helvetia... 2V4 Quincey. ! 8314 Range -"-TO Sup. & Pitts lift Granby 9 Nlplssing 674 WoL & Ariz IVi Greene Can " SV4 G. G. S 30 Bingham 90 Utah Cons 4014 Old Dom 33 North Butte 62 Cal. & Aril 108V4 Butte Coal 2214 Shattuck 1214 Ariz. Cora'l 1814 Shannon 1314 Globe Cons 614 B. Mtn 414 ! Cumb. Ely 8 Hancock 414 Giroux 3 ! National 50 Sup. & Bos 37i Butte Ariz 25 Davis Daly... 3 Nev. Con 12 Utah Cop . .31 Goldfield Con $5.30 Florence 3.10 Gt. Bend 28 Kawhide Queen 2.00 Rawhide Coal 1.00 , Truett Rawhide M. & L 25 I COTTON. July 10.22 I October 9.22 December 9.05 I. T. HOSEY, Broker. BASEBALL National League. At St. Louis R. H. E. St. Louis 2 7 4 Chicago 8 11 1 Batteries Sallee. Raymond. Hostet ter and Ludwig; Fraser and Kling. At Pittsburg R. H. E. Pittsburg... 1'6 1 Boston 3 5 0 Batteries Leifleld, Maddox and Phelps; Lindaman and Bowerman. . American League. At Philadelphia R. H. E. Detroit 10 13 2 Philadelphia 2 7 2 Batteries Summers and Schmidt; Dygert, Carter and Schreck. ! At Boston R. H. E. .Chicago 2 7 4 I Boston 1 6 3 i Batteries Walsh and Sullivan; I Cicotte, Pruitt and Carrigan. I At Portland R. H. E. Portland 6 7 2 San Francisco 1 3 3 Batteries Garrett and Whalen; Su tor and Berry. At Oakland R. H. E. Oakland 1 7 0 Los Angeles 2 7 0 l-'atteries McFarland and Slattery; C:.iy and Hogan. At Washington R. H. E. Washington 8 8 0 Cleveland 2 5 3 Batteries Falkenberg and Street; Luttlr.ier, Liobhardt and Clarke. At St. Louis R. IL E. St. Louis 4 9 5 New York 3 8 0 Batteries Dineen and Stephens; Orth and Kleinow. A NLW ARGUMENT FOR GOOD ROADS How the Sale Corner '.n Made Pot3?l!e. Corn Was Chiefs. Mav 25 With the big western railroads breaking all trans portation records In handling the flood of orn which Is still pouring in to this city from shipping points all over the Middle Wfc't, grain men here figure that muddy roads alone made the big "corner" untulble and that If the high ways of l.nlf a dozen states had been inshape to let the farmers haul their -tijred up corn to the station it would have broken the price and made mil lions of dollirs difference to farmers, dealers ord commission men. As It v. as, evf-rv effort was made to make up for tire lost time. The enormous deman. for corn and the pressure brought to bear by shippers caused the traffic departments of the railroads to issue emergency orders. Corn was jitrtn the right of way and shipments that would ordinarily fake three or four days to reach Chicago were rush ed through in half that time. For awhile a report was current that one railroad promised that corn from all Hood's Sarsaparilla A Pure Medicine BEST0RE& TEE APPETITE Builds up the strength, expels all blood humors, tones the stomach and overcomes that tired feeling. Always purs, safe and beneficial, no changes have been necessary in Hood's Sarsaparilla or its advertising to conform to the Pure Food and Drugs Law or to public sentiment. In usual liquid form or in choco lated tablets dalled Sarsatabs. 100 Doses One Dollar. Get it today. Nebraska points would reach Chicago within 48 hours after loading. The tv.n that bad roads played in the de lay of shipments may stimulate a general improvement of the national highways. According to the latest government figures there are 2,151,570 miles of public roads In the United States, outside of Incorporated cities, towns and villages. Of this mileage 108,232 miles were surfaced with grav el, 38,621 with stone and 6809 with spe cial materials, making a total of 153, 664 miles of improved road or only 7.14 per cent of the entire mileage Taking the country as a whole there is one mile of road .for every 35 in habitants and one mile of im proved ror.d for every 492 inhabitants. A novel experiment in municipal ownership will be undertaken in this city shortly as part of the campaign which !s now being waged for better living conditions in the crowded tene ment districts. This is a model dairy farm, to be established and operated under the supervision of the health department, for the purpose of furnish ing pure m!!k to the babies of Chica go during the hot summer months. The decision of the city to undertake the venture is the result of a recent Investigation into the city's mortality which showed some startling condi tions. According to Health " Commis sioner Evans, 10.09T children under 5 years of age died in Chicago during the past year. A large percentage of these deaths were laid to the use of impure milk. "The germs of disease and decay grow very rapidly in milk much more rapidly than in water," said Dr. Evans. "Germs ni milk will double every twenty minutes, under favorable conditions. This means that if one germ falls into fifteen drops of milk. In eight hours It will contain about 16,000,000 germs. The milk for a city the size of Chicago is shipped a considerable distance, and( in conse quence is twenty-four hours old or more before !t is consumed. If it is to come to us fit for babies to drink, the greatest precautions are neces sary." Energetic steps are being ta ken by the municipal authorities to prosecute dealers who sell milk that is not up to the standard. During the past 16 months 1529 suits for low grade product have been brought against storekeepers and 892 against milk depot owners. The new model dairy will be situated somewhere out side the city. It will be conducted in accordance with the latest scientific methods and the milk will be deliver ed direct to the consumers before it is 12 hours old. -The officers of the health departmenLjjxpect, great good toresuIt fronl "Tft TiHieme and' careful comparisons will be made of the mor tality in the districts Where the "real milk" is delivered with the death rate in other similar sections. Memorial day observances here this year will be marked by public remem brance, for the first time, of every member of the famous board of trade battery, a consequence of the recent completion of its roster after forty years of search for some missing mem bers. At a reunion of 24 survivors, for whom the old bugle was' blown for the first time since 1865, word was received from Murry Nelson, for years a grain broker and.now retired, in whose office the battery was enlisted. In behalf of the board of trade, which equipped them as well as the battery. he also organized three regiments of infantry, the 72nd, 88th and 30th Illi nois Volunteers. It was he, also, who in behalf of the board of trade organ ized the relief work for the yellow fev er sufferers in 1878 and who for the board raised $100,000 to carry on the relief work. Only 46 of the 156 mem bers of the battery are among the living ;to the rest a monument stands in Rosehill cemetery bearing the names of the battles In which the daredevil gunners' gaiantry won the special rec ognition of a stand of colors, an honor not accorded any other battery. The membership o fthe G. A. R, in Illinois now is less than. 18,000, only three other states having a greater member ship. New York with 26,000, Ohio with 22,000 and Pennsylvania with 23,000. The first post of the dwindling Grand Army was orsranized in Decatur, this state. Joseph Rosenbaum, elected at Quincy, commander of the Illinois de partment, G. A. R. Is the president of one of the big grain houses of the Chicago board of trade. He has been an active member of the G. A. R. since it was organized. He served as ad jutant of the 31st Iowa volunteers. Some men haven't so much push as a frog has in one hind leg. . c Some farmers seem anxious to own all the adjoining land, but they should really Improve and make the best use of the acres they have, before pur chasing more. Many a man bv jthe fireside sitteth and smoketh. while his sons do all the chores In the rain and cold, and he collareth all the cash.- Verily, this al so is vexation of spirit. o vThe garden has a hundred heads growing on the cabbages; it has a thousand eyes showing on the po atoes; It has any number of ears hanging on the sweet corn; and It has all the toes it wants, too on the toma toes. From June Farm Journal. COFFEE ; Why doesn't your gro cer moneyback every thing:? : : Can't get the goods or the money. Tour crocer returns rour money U roo doa't Uke Srbilline'B Rest: we par him J h Oil To I day in Our Ready-to-wear Oept. 4 01! SMART LOOKING TUB SUITS, all handsomely made of nice quality Rep. or linen, all beautifully trimmed with nice, heavy lace or medallions, in the leading summer-time colors. "Merry VMow," "Prince Chap." and some In the Bolero effects. We offer these beautiful suits at a sacrifice of y4 off "JAUNTY" and ELABORATE PRIN CESS or TWO-PIECE - LINGERIE DRESSES, of nice soft, lingerie ma terials, in the lacey effects, waists beautifully tucked and triinmfd with nice lace, full flaring skirts with deep flounces. These are real, dainty and beautiful. We offer at a sacrifice of i Off (A Perfect Fit Guaranteed Altera tions Free.) Standard tires at 25 per cent off. Repairing. Linsey's, 112 E. Adams. Standard tires at 25 ner cent off. Repairing. Linsey's. 112 K. Adams. Exclusive designs of the "New Merry Widow", "Monte Carlo" and "Julia Marlowe" Trimmed Hat9 and others. 1-2 AND 1-3 OFF Lichtensteins' . ARTISTIC MILLINERS. 521 E. Van Buren, bet. 5th & 6th. Sts. Phone Black 1984. GILLETTE The Tailor Carries the Largest Stock of Goods in Arizona. 17 W. ADAMS ST. An Enormous Sacrifice Sale in 1, OfFon Tailored 4 Suits and Coats OUR BEAUTIFUL LINE OF LADIES NATTY TAILORED SUITS made of the nicest summer, wool fabrics, newest patterns to date. None finer to be found anywhere. These attractive looking suits now marked considerably lower than their real val ue. We offer at a sacrifice OFF SMART AND NEAT LOOKING LONG COATS, pongee, light weight summer woolens, chiffon taf fetas and rubberized silks. Just the kind for traveling, autoing or street wear. These coats are neatly tailored in the mannish effects. You should not miss this opportunity of securing one of these coats at a sacrificing price of X"-4 OFF BEAUTIFUL LINE OF FASHIONABLY BRAIDED COATS, excellent quality of silk braid, in the but terfly, bolero and some in the Jlikado effects, de signed after the best models, lined with a good quality of silk to match, colors black, white, brown or champagne, for this week we offer at a sac rifice 1-4 OFF (A Perfect Fit Guaranteed Alterations Free) SUITS AND DRESSES mm w SKIRTS ALL OUR BEAUTIFUL ARRAY OF. SKIRTS, of Voiles and light summer weight fabrics in checks, plaids or stripes, plain or plaited. amie trimmed with folds of silk or same material. These nice tailored skirts we offer at a sacrifice of ( A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED ALTERATIONS FREE.) A NICE ASSORTMENT OF LrNEN OR DUCK SKIRTS, linen or white colored, some circular, with folds of same materials, others In the platted effects. AH are nicely man-tailored. Your cliance to secure a nice lijien or duck skirt at a sacrificing of Moore & McLellan Undertakers and Embalmers. Lady Assistant. II West Adams Street. Telephone Mala 122. TO THE CONSUMER We are just -receiving In cargo 1 ots and are anxious to move befoni the end of the month, the following s tock: 400,000 ft. Oregon Pine, 200,000 ft. Rough Redwood, 1 50,000 ft. Redwood Siding and Ceiling, 200,000 ft. Common Pine, l,ooo,ooo Redwood Shingles. ' '? We are naming exceptionally low prices on this materlaL Kindly let ns have your Inquiries covering any Hem you may be able to use; we can save you money. DEMUND LUMBER CO. . H-r'M"H"H-4"H-H"frH"W Have accommodations for fe-v SANATORIUM. Located In heart of BLACK MESA FOREST RE SERVE, Northern Arizona. fURE WATER, COOL DRY AIR, fresh from the PINES. LOW ELEVATION. Unlimited deversion. RATES VERY LOW. Write for descriptive booklet to, The Arizona Sanatorium PINE DALE, k m To day in Our Dept. SILK SUITS neatly tailored, of ex cellent quality chiffon taffetas. Ra jahs, Pongees and Foulards, all colors to date. Select styles in pretty com bination effects. A nice and service able silk suit at a sacrifice. Off 'A Off on all Col ored Wash Jumper Suits (A Perfect Fit Guaranteed Altera tions Free) ALHAMBRA HOTEL Mesa, Arizona. New management. Cuisine first-class. Sample .rooms for commercial men. D. J. McCAULEY. ,H"H"K"1"M"1"H H - I more patients at new TUBUCL'LAR 4- and Touring Co. Inc. ARIZONA. t neadv-to 1-4 Oil