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TITE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY 3IORXINT,, JUNE .". 1908.
SUMMER CLASSES IN SINGING. Miss Marthins .Dietrichson. European Concert Singer, Professor of Voire Culture. Italian Method. Indies, gentlemen, children. Former ly of Armour Institute, Chicago; Iowa Wesloyan. Mt. Pleasant, Ie Paine I'ni., Cr.enville, Ind. Presently at Miss niton's Classical School, Pasa dena: Huntington Hall School, Los Angeles. Studios, I.os Angeles, Ocean Park, Santa Monica 1 teach. Testimo nials. A'Mri'SS Huntington Hall, 1111 S. .Main. lvs Angeles. j SICK- -HI I CARTERS Kittle I I i venice of America Finest Bench "Resort in the ' world. Bathing. Beating, Fishing, Dancing, I daily, free concerts! etc. Villas aid Bungalows clean, cool and complete. . J17.50 to J33 per month, j Apply Villa Office; Venice. CaL j Positively cured by these Little Fills. Tlioy also relievo Dis tress from Dyspepsia, In digestion and Too Hearty Eating A perfect rem edy for Dizziness, Kausea, Drowsiness. Bad Taste In -tho Ho-.:U, Coated Toiyrue, Pain In too Side, Tokpid liver. Tiiey regulate tie Bowels. Purely VegvuiMe. . ' SMLL PILL SMALL COSE. SMALL PRCE. I IPAQTPBSl fiTTie IVER PILLS. CURE SICK HEADACHE. - Genuine Must Bear : Fac-Simite Signature I When in Lei Ang'eltl Stop at ttm Motel Westminister European Plan Sl.OO per day and up . Witn bih $1.50 and up Moderate Priced Cafe Unexcelled Cuisine Centrally Located 100 Rooms with Bath 4tH and Main Sts, Los Angeles, Cal. F. O. JOHNSON Proprietor -Persona.! Mention ; M'i4 11 I"1'- 1 . 'usra At the Hotel Adams yesterday Were: L. S. Michelson, New York; W. L. Pet- i ers. I.os Angeles; Benton 1 ick. Tucson; : AV. S. Miller, San Francisco; A. S. Glasgow. Los Angeles; Theo. Sanders 'and wife, Tucson; M. Hosenblliin, Chi cago. ' At the Commercial were; Truman De Rname, Chicago; George A. Coffey, California: F. W. Smith. Arizona. At the Ford were: L. Clauu, Los A illicit s; H. Mjddleton. Los Angeles; F. J. McCarthy, Maricopa; C. S. Gard ner. Texas. Cor. Hope Sixth & ; : Streets. ? HOTEL jACACIA European.-, . tplan. FA ery modern ' con venience; elevator Vtrviee. lm" sum mer rates. Ben H. Crow, rVop., Los Angeles, Cal. No Hill Too Steep No Stnd Too Deep for : 1 Runabout. lihjp SOuO.OO Taurine Cars. 21 h.p..t.alJot).ouandJlC50.0a Tourlnc Carl 3.5 h... 4 cylinder..!. ..... ". (2180.00 Gentleman's Roadster, a . ... SXloO.UO Send lor Citiiortc md Usl a! Used Cm Agents wanted where not represented. .. A. W.. GUMP -AUTO CO, -1118 S. Main St., Los Anseles Southern California Advertisements. HQLLEN BECK HOTEL LCS ANGELES. A. C Biliefce. John S. Mitchell. 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. .. , .,' 1 .HEADQUARTERS. FOR ARIZON lANS.'i ,. SANTA C ATA LIN A ISLAND i M 1? . Fwisnn 130S. ! ': J '.' i' ;! i . GREATEST FISHING TOURNAMENTS. :Aii?piccs "Tuna" and "Light Tackle Clubs," Boating, Bathing, Hunt-'Inc-. Golf. Tennis, eta. ' - jCANVAS CITY Hundreds of tents In shady proves1.- ' : HOTEL METROPOLE-E'.iVopfa tt Jarl8 'ASJrticaji' ilaH. .'f .'.'.'! ! i '! !f. '?.;"!!.' i! 'ISLAND VILLA HOTEL 'rims, single, JJ.OO per w;eek upwards; JS.00 forWoj- ' , ' I 'I, i ; ' f I !' I WRITE FOR INTERESTING' PRINTED MATTER. . BANNING COMPANY. 104 Pacific Electric Builifig, Loe AnegVev Calif. :J.'l ..-w-- ..... . Hote! Ingraliam INGRAHAM AND BiXEL STS,' LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. : ' A full-ledjed city hotel on the Amer ican and Kuropcan plans. Nw, IiiMarious. restful. Beautiful lawns and Mi-ssion piazza. Always cool and free from du"t, and noise. Take Seventh St., car on Broadway to Blxel. B. BEYER. PropV. .-.. V ' . J-. v. - NIT. VIEW INN Cal., 'midway brtween In Angeles and the sea. An Ideal u miner resort. All airy outsitle rooms, hiff porches, larse prounds, cro- P.ates $10 per week and up. B. FOWLER, Prop. H.llvwood I 1 1 1 -t and tennis courts. LOMA LINDA SANITARIUM Loma Linda, or Hill Beautiful, is the name of ohe of Southern California's most beautifully located sanitariums, near Kt-diands, sixty-two miles east of Los Angeles, on main line of the S. P. Tile Battle Creek methods of treatment are c'refully administered. Sum mer prices from June to October. Send for Booklet "C." Loma Linda Sanitarium, Loma Linda, Calif. BIMINI HOT SPRINGS HOTEL. LOS ANGELES. The most curative treatment known for rheumatism, beautiful scenery, cool ocean breeze. Hot S; rin-s wat-r in every room: no noise, no dust, no tips. Street car to door. Pamphl.-ts at K.-publican office or by writing Dr. G. W. Tape, Medical Siipt. BEAUTIFUL RESORT OF PICO HEIGHTS, LOS ANGELES. PICO HEIGHTS HOTEL Am. ri.;on and European plan. Special rates to families; all home comforts; ex. . 1;, !.i table b. ard. Write for illustrated booklet, reservations and lowest rates. Pico Heights Hotel. 1316 Vermont Ave.. Los Angeles. 809 So. Hilt SU Los Angeles, Cal. Btron?, Original, Practical. SUCCESS FL'L. Belongs to no "chain" or trust rlass 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 BURY testimonial and a vital force In tho world. "BETTERNESS" Its fliftlnctive quality. "The Success of the Student" its slogan. EntireTear begin when ready. FOSITIONS SECURED. Write for "Catalogue W It is illustrated, interesting. Instructive. INSPIRING. ACTORPLAYWRIGtIT BURIED IN CHICAGO Ernest Lamson Who Died in St. Louis Is Mourned by Many'Phoenix People Who Kne-.v Him Well.' Concerning the late Ernest Lamson well known in this city, and who died borhmid of. eight feet. considerable has been said in these col umns. The cmirtr nrw being" harvest ed and yesterday the Chaplain sent to the board of trade -un Immense sheaf of oats, about all a man can easily move around. They w'ill average eight feet tall, some of. them measuring eight and a half feet easily. These came from the center of the field and not from clong the edges where the others were grown,''shqvyiruj . that, tbe r field averaged all over in the neigh- i I s recently in St. Iuis, the St. Louis Globe-Demucrat of June 1 prints the following biographical sketch; "The body of F.rm-st Laron, a well known actor-author, who 'died at the Centenary Hospital at, , .Garrison and Lawton avenues, Saturday afternoon. will be shipped to Chicago-for burial The chaplain had good reason for ! selling. He has enough left of any one man to own and this particular field , was. growing heavenward too fast, 1 even j for the chaplain who is so wejl . connfeted with the Salt river valley j that he wants to delay his flight to that' glittering realm as long as possi- today. Death was due to typhoid pneu- ble. ;. He cut the oats to stop their monia, which it Is said to have con-1 growing bigger and sold the land for tracted while placing in Pittsburg with ' fearnext year's crop would be still the Traveling Salesman company. That 1 btgger and he would lose his reputa wus early In April, and. although heition for truth and veracity. But even was ill, he continued with the com- j the tsile almost proved disastrous. He Tomorrow Saturday Begins our Clearance 1 Sale Tomorrow Saturday Begins our Summir Clearance Sale puny. "When the show opened in -St. Louis the first week tf May, Lamson, who named a price on the land one day and ;sold it the next, the acceptance coming so quickly it almost took his had a leading role, insisted on playing. I breath away. The chaplain is satis- He npiK'aretl once, but was unable' to fled and ready to quit his strenuous continue. He was removed to the hos- ranching In the high noon of success pital on May 5.- land Mr. Miller is happy and more than "When the actor died his two broth-1 satisfied. ers were at his side, and will go with Mr. Stiller and his brother own t the body to Chicago. They are Frank townsite of Miller, South Dakota. O. Lamson of Waukegan, 111., and E. ; expects to improve his new property M. Lamson of Phoenix. Ariz. Mrs. j here during the coming summer and Jane Lamson, the mother, who is S3; build a nice country home upon it. years old, also lives in Phoenix. She wired yesterday that .the body be shipped to Chicago for burial instead of to the Arizona town, where her hus band is buried. Lamson was "on the stage about twenty years. He began his career in Chicago when a clerk in the jiost office there. He traveled the country from end to enrt on live dif ferent occasions. He was unmarried. .SURPRISE SYMPHONY HISTORY OF THE WORK He "luns'in was born in Illinois began lui proft-sslortal : career in 18:C with Walker "Whiteside, playing com edy St-4!H 1... .n'.:. ti . k tl1? rom. -"I" l"t .historical neame and Muun itooson, mm inaveo several seiusiMis in stock cquipanlus, making successes as "('apt. Mtrri wether" in The Lottery of Love, "Spet- Which Will Be a Part of Next Tues- day Night's Program. 1 :' t j'' fhie of the important works to be "and character parts.' .The next two I tr.lu'ed here by the I'hoenix Sym sons he appeared, in KJB.,voo,l l'lr Ort',1.; nfit.-Tud..'.' he tigue" ill (,'harjey's Aunt. "Dabney" in All V.,. I'..n.r..rl ..f ll..niU- ' W f 1 I II' " mi tut. - 11 . seven years. me Miririse symphony. a composition by the great .master, Haydn. Joseph Haydn . was liorn in Huhrau, Austria, in 17.J2, and i unlike the usual short life vbich us- milly overtook the great composers. -1-. .4 . liv',l tit tlm W.util uiru rif ui.i'.iilv Kelshaw vears. nnrinir his life hi. li:nl Knowlton" in 'The Lost m. ' ' anMlsinV ..yiieriences. ' ,1 laraoise. Tile reason ot ne amoll(f tnem as rt.Iat(!(1 ,H thG Inr? created the eccentric juvenile part of ()f the .Suri)ri.se Symphony." This "Lem Yarrington" in David K. Hig- composition, which is his fourth svm gins' comedy, Darius Green, later call- ,,mnv W11S composed in 1791 while . 1 I'p York Stat--. H- was "Lonny ji..,v,i waH leatl. r of the court or Bowles" in Caleb West and Was with ,hestra to bis majesty the emperor David Higgins in At Piney P.idge. He of Austria. During a symphonic pro then originated the part of "Lem Dun- Kra, his majesty, ladies and attend bar" in Arthur Sigman's Y'irk State ants WOuld indulge in much merry Folks. He then became a star and making, generally ending by their toured the country successfully in a ,artaking of wine, which brought on country comedy-drama. Young Tobe drowsiness. While Haydn enjoyed the H..xie of which he was the author. In distinction of his position, he did not the season of l!io.",-i'i", he was the "Dave relish the indignities often thrown .at Lsieey' of Paul Armstrong's The Heir his art. So. as characterizes' great the Hooralt:: He: was the author of men, lie gotten (d-iU . . Tlii-s . itbta was sfveral plays, incluiling Founil in the to startle his audience' amt thus gain Rockies and A Romance of Bright An- their attention, Enifltion , and. com pel Trail " ; motion in music are produced by I; Ernest IfiHiisi.ri w:(S a freqnen vis- contrast contrast in tempo (time) iFjif to Ph.ieiii'x'ilyriiit.' his siininir viif (fcnfl (jtbidir anfl softy. Haydn's t jtions h.;lvi-n. rt!il atrical w,isc,n, 1 a ' whfch '(TeAtnrf S"' 'tin ''Surprise cjiining chiefly.) in. t).e first l hice t-i Syiintlioiiy'AjHciu-M. in the Andante 1sit his. brot in:r',rK. M. Lamson. and ' movement,' where the strings give out other .relatives ii.re. (in on.- of . his a theme .soft iul uli'w;. this is follow-. etirlv visits "n'miiv years ago. long be- 'd by a rejtetition of the same theme - . - . T fore- thv ultlmntr-' pr.itprirr irf This-sH' softer n-ntr m-trTr mftrhle; which i-j iii ir QC 1 1 V AC lDI7llli vallevwiK 7!tTrerl -bt- trror-,mt---f"Wo"-l--"-''-'-"h:-n n- JJ Vt Kol I I UT AlllZUIlA st.raFr,uN.,-.)f-lMMl -4x-etHiie.-m- ; ""nvi;w uVKrf,yiS..-i.V'S r- pofr.-d with the wonderful r.sources " 11 ' '"'"" l" oY this section ai-.l Invest .f tiuite h.-a v- MMrian court was startled. Owing to the. fact that our present small quarters is now over crowded with our NEW LY BOUGHT, SEASONABLE AND UP-TO-DATE MERCHANDISE we are forced to make room, therefore we have sought the quickest and only medicine, so all this week we have been ;. busy v re-marking our goods, ignoring costs' and values at prices that ought to move them rapidly-:! REMEMBER WE NEED THE 'ROOM, i Your chance to secure new, fresh, seasonable and up-to-date merchandise at al most your own price. Tomorrow, Saturday, June 6 at 8 o'clock we start our I Id-Super Clearance Sale faci-rVui- J.ifc.l. leingm.of 4hf ';mi f,..c ....t Tn . .n T-..t: irT, -rtt urni.nrrv 'I'.O''11' "'' "I" ' " " ' " '-' ownirs. Through the subsequent dry yenVs be never lost faith and was aniOtfg the first to en b-rse the juove ment for the certain irrigation of the vtdley lands, perceiving at that early dav-the certain result . of an a?Tired water supply. In later years his visits, v?r partly, io look utl'-r . hw. ijiveiii 'Bents and parFJy if," a 'Oial 'axd out itigv.iiature. Iist summer W4i-.spent at Iron Springs. In the course of these visits he made the acquaintance of many people who begin to consider him as one of the home people even though he was here but a small part of the time and who gloried in his stage suc cesses as they- would in the achieve ments of any well known member of the community. Personally he was a man . of most estimable character, modttst and unassuming, congenial and warm hearted. There are scores here who will mourn his death as the un timely ending of a career that prom ised to become one of notable success. ' . o ;? that the liemiug WrTl anrrlf tar'W t-.tttjnon, thnf'n -C.irtfi ilft" hnlmice of his symphony which is filled with endless Iwnutivs of toiler a)d color. Next follows the .Minuet which had a place in all symphonic works of that period, :nd the ' windup- Is the rapid movement, AUt'rv. Mylto. Besides this' master- "wink, there will be several other renditions which ktrV- W: leM .Tawiito7?.u tr'.l a, -Which I CLOSING UP THE YEAR Thomas, 'of the (Arizona Hercules Mln- j;ig. company, 5n f.Swn for a few ida 's H" expects to have quite, a .turn: Iber "uen working by falU The com- SOUTH DAKOTA MAN I BUYS VAUEY RANCH He Was -Hypnotized by Cnaplain -. Scott's Magic Oat Field, Looked it . Ovr and Bought it. ' 'i v- 1. m" -7 A Prediction Frm Tucson -That Col. ;' St urges Will Succeed Himself as Na tional Commit te.wian; - :.- ', ;",;. ' 'TuSf.n.-Ariz. June 4. Special Corral- p-intlenceT o( The- Republican.) Be fere aWvaudience V-whlch cdhipletely' will- tinr!oubt4,rrr' titoHr- an rVSoti in ! fd Jt-rring' tiall. the annutfeom-ttie-' hiliiio prt. duct ions of this city. i njienceniertf xrrclm ni the-Unfwrl-' There are two soloists to appear jty of Arizona were held last evening, with the full symphony aecimpani- 'The address was given by Prof. How ment, Mrs. W. N. Tiffany and Mr. ard J. Hall, A. M., of Stanford univer Eugene Rcdewill, w ho are well known ! .sjty. prof. Hall is one of the most elo to Phoenix music lovers. A large and ' ,,Uent speakers heard here in years, fashionable audience will undoubtedly ne Impressed on the members of the be on hand to enjoy this program, I graduating class that they are but which has been so long anticipated. istartine- m the irreat hiirhwav of life open at Boeh-lanj complimented them on having se Saturday, June , cured so excellent n foundation. They'- all expect to be millionaires yet. Clydrt :West 'has gonB ' to'Wink on the rtrms-ar nay."" ' ' " " ,, Afl 'Kelvlri-ls anxi.rnsly awaiting the fpany has vuiuuble holdings in the Ray return of Mr. Tr.xik. , -' district. A party went out gold hunt- S. II. DeM'und 'oT the Kelvin Lumber" ingr (he other day and while panning company, is in Phoenix on Business. P.illie' ammM has moved to his or ange' -rnch near Phoenix ifter Pcllin!r all his intersta here to Jack Henness. Wedpesday MLssen. Bo xa 11 .Big ham and Dodge took, a filing trip to Ray. covering the distance one way In four hours, but-"we had it' fine time any way," they Said. - 1 The seat sale will mer's drug store on 6th. o TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. The following transcripts of the rec ords f the offices 'of tne.lstrlct clerk, theprobate court and ' the' county re corder are furnished by the Arizona Abstract & Title Company. The retards for yesterday -were: ' ' 4 RECORDER'S OFFICE. Ti. C. Peaxn.an ti) , 'Aaron :Cumniins. lots 9 and 10. blocl 1 Farmer's addi tion. ' ' ' B. G. Pecka and wife to R. A. Robin son, part lot 1, block 3L.Neahr's addi- . Chaplain Winfield Scott, has Bold the southeast quarter section of his tion. . . . . famous Scottsdale ranch, one-half mile j John McKenai-ni wife-to C. R. east of his home to a Mr. Miller who Clark, et al, part southeast quarter 2 now resides at S?2 North' First avenue ! 1N-5E. but who came here recently from Da- Tonto Investment company to Jesse R. Cra in, Place. kota. The sale was made some days ago by Henry & Costley but the pa pers were placed on record only yes terday, thus concluding the transac tion. This quarter section includes the fa mous oat and barley fields that were grown on the Chaplain's ranch this spring by Butts Bros, and of which ! of northwest quarter section ii-2N-3E. President Kendrick C. Babcock ex pressed himself as entirely satisfied with the showing made by the univer sity during the past year. The qfrtend ancij has been better than in former years. He added that the territorial chief institute of learning Is; gradually growing and not : t-nly. are students coming from all portions of the terri tory but the enrollment shows quite a number from outside points in differ ent ptates in the union. . Unusual interest is being manifest ed here in tho coming republican na tional convention which will be held in Chloago this month. -s . Friends of National Committeeman W. S. Sturges are predicting' that he will again be honored with this posi tion, as a compromise candidate be tween the,regular faction and the Kib bey contingent. Col. Sturges has been gone nearly a month and he has spent 'art lot IS, block 1, Bennett, a poruon 01 .,1 uu.e ... ton. He is at present In Chicago and some rock abQAit 3uu iiirds. from the shaft house the;- noticed a rubv of un usual beauty. They had already found a. number of small gold nuggets but tile gold was now forgotten in the svarch for rubies. Mrs. Arnotl, . nn of the party, -cawe--home- with nine rubies and a dozen nuggets of gold. I i Bleached Muslin An especially good grade of Bleached Muslin; an excellent value. Special yard g 1 3c Fine Cambric Soft and fine quality of Cambric, Special yard .'.., very desirable- - for Underwear. 10d Winfield Scott and wife to Charles ''" remain there until after the con- Miller, part section 23-2N-4E. Mary B. White to Charles Miller, part section 23-2N-4E. S. A. Metten and wife to Kinsey vention. Col. Sturges Is an intimate friends of Mr. Hitchcock, one of the Taft managers, and the latter Is count ed upon to win for Col. Sturges the Phillips, ten acres northwest quarter . committeeship WASH SUITS. White Wash Suits,' embroidcry trimmcd , fronts to skirts and waists; extra full-skirts; 'sizes complete. Each .... v .3.50 SACQUES AND KIMONOS The time of the year is near when, coinfort is the first con sideration. See our House Sacques and Kimonos in new est effects. ' 75 to S2.50 COLORED SUITS. Wash Suits In white with col ored inilka dots. -A choice gar ment well - mude in" newest fashion. , .Each S3.50 HOUSE AND7 NURSE DRESSES. White and the conventional stripes for nurses; checked and assorted patterns in House Dresses and Wrappers. Well made and good styles. Prices, each 82.50 to S OO Ha STOMACH lip, lJ,B?4.-'l''H,' H fWHAT YOU EAT WILL TASTE GOOD ' And do you good if you will only betfin your meal ; with, a dose of HostetUr's Stomach Bitters. "Hun ; g.-r is the best sauce" is an old saying and the Bit ters will not only give you a hungry appetite but will greatly assist the digestive organs in their work of digestion and assimilation, thus preventing any after-eating distress. For 55 years , . HOSTETTER'S STOMHCH BITTERS has been proving its merit in all such rases as Poor Appetite, Heartburn, Dyspepsia, Nau sea, Nervousness, Sick Headache, Flatulency, Costiveness, Biliousness, Female Ills and Malaria, Fever and Ague. The genuine is sold only in bottles, like Illustra tion and has our Private Stamp over th neck. Try it. ... The coming fall election promises to be of unusual interest. There are three candidates in the field for the schriev alty on the republican ticket. They are Sheriff Pacheco. who would" hot : spurn a third term, Undersheriff Mey- j er, andNjohn Nelson: a wealthy cattle- , man. Cm the democratic side the ' names of Frank Murphy, who has twice i held the office. City Recorder Frank S. Treat and V..S. Griffith are promi' nentjy mentioned. The 'entire . elec tion this full will center about the. sheriffship. Tucson is abotrt to get Into line with a crack ball team - and will -soon be out with a challenge for Phoenix. The double defeat administered by Phoenix to the Prescott team has quite ma terially increased the standing -of'the capitol city lads. It Is ex'iecled that a game between Phoenix and Tucson will soon be arranged with excursions to be run between the two cities. GERARD-JONES j Dry Goods Co. ' TO THE CONSUMER are anxious to iti -vu befom NEWS OF KELVIN. in - That Vi- A Discovery of Rubies cit'itv. Kelvin, pondence June 3. (Special Cor'es of The Republican.) Mr. -We a?? Just receiving in carge 1 ots and the end of the month, the following s tucli: ." . - ... ... i - . ' ' ' 1 400,000 ft. Oregon Pine, 200,000 fr. Rough Rrdwood, 150,000 ft. Redwood Siding and Ceiling, 200,000 ft. Common Pine, 1, 000,000 Redwood Shingles. We are naming exceptionally low prices on this material. Kindly let us have your Inquiries covering'any Item you may be able to use; we can save you money. DEMUND LUMBER CO.