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THE ARtZOXi KEPUBLICAlir, TCESDAY MORNTXQ, JUNE 16. 1908.
s Southern California Advisements. SANTA OATALINA ISjvnd ' . Seasnfi 1908. GREATEST FISHING TOURNENT8 Auspices "Tuna" and "Light Tackle Clubs." BoaCK Bathlnff, Hunt lnpr. Golf, Tennis, etc. X H CANVAS CITY Hundreds of tents in shady srove. HOTEL METROPOLE European and American ulanA ISLAND VILLA HOTEL Rooms single, $5.00 per . UpWar(js. JS.00 for two. ' WRITE FOR INTERESTING PRINTED MATTE BANNING COMPANY, 104 Pacific Electric Builing, Lot Ala Cat!f i&i. a, lit m. J " TV 4 0 fS..T.-, HOLLENBECK HOTEL , L08 ANGELES.. . -A. C. Bilickft. John 9. Mitchell. V TWO NEW ELEVATORS." v NEW FIRE PROOFING. .v . NEW FURNITURE. . NEW PLUMBING. 1U. Fifty Thousand Dollars worth of Improvements made this season ifoi the- comfort, safety and convenience of our gruests. ' HEADQUARTERS FOR ARIZONIANS. MT. VIEW INN Hollywood, Cal., midway between Los Angeles and the sea. Ah ideal summer resorC. All airy outside rooms, big porches, large abounds, cro quet and tennis courts. Rates 110 per week and up. B. FOWLER, Prop. I M li I 1 1 I I .H"H 'l MA-l Summer School i The HEALD COLLEGES of Long Beach and Ocean Park, because of their unexcelled lo- y canon, aurora every gpponun glXEL ST2 , L03 p 'ty or combining summer rest --pnd recreation with study, in ddition.to their and Hotel Ingrahanii INGRAHAM AND ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. A full-fledged city hotel on the A mer- i 4 lean and European plans. ' v New, luxurious, restful. Beautiful lawns and Mission Piazza. Always cool and free from dust, and noise. Take Seventh St, car on Broadway to BixeL B. BEYEM. PropV. very superior Shorthand einess on., high grade instruction fered in the English -, Piano, Voice, Violin, 'res, etc. Lang' Eoth !l L' -nrnu9"S m. vmi. nnri nuniht .... j . -"- r--i THE NEW ROSSLYN THE NATICK HOUSE 1;,iiM!.!f,rSJ 443 South Main St, LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: European, 75c to $2. American, $1.50 to $3.00. t FREE BUSS MEETS ALL TRAINS First and Main Sts, LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: American, $1.50 to $2.50. European, 50c to 109 So. HilT St, Los Angeles, Cal. Btrorig, Original, Practical, SUCCESSFUL. Belongs to no "chain" or trust elass 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 In the world. "BETTERNESS" its Biftinctlve quality. "The Success of the Student" Its slogan. Entire year begin when ready. POSITIONS SECURED. Write for "Catalogue W It Is Illustrated. Interesting, Instructive. INSPIRING. may ent ciai subjtci, aminations t Living experts in' both cities, former years. school, stating J efimmodaliant vmi. definite informatio!MU'r.'; aiven as to coat. TV. nnt will k. r,l....,i "19 prospective pupils ail friends in securing sat't. accommodations. Write for circulars. it any time for com- cou'ses, or spe No entrance ex- te-m divisions, are moderate lower than in idres either what ac- nd will be e- as&ist their ctory r Hotel Westminster Los Angeles, Cal. Fourth and Main sits American Plan Reopened Rates (P9 CD Roorn Per Dayv&'OVJ without Bath Rooms With Bath $3, $3,60 and $4 European Plan $1,00 per ilav and up With bath 1.5u and up F. O.JOHNSON, Prop. UNClt SAM MUSI PAY OR LEAVE COURT HOUSE The. Board of Supervisors Sends an Ultimatum to His Representative. Heard's Business Collet f Long Beach - Ocean Park V California. X The relations between the board of supervisors as custodian of the court house and its rather close-fisted ten ant, Uncle Sam, have become so strained that, their relations as land lord and tenant are in danger of being severed. For all the room and luxury which the board has been supplying the federal government it has been receiving annually $900 a year, exactly the same as all of the counties in the territory receive for a much less elab orate service. In addition to the court room, there Is the territorial library room, to say nothing of the Judge's chambers, the quarters of the United States marshal during sessions of the United Statts court, and the two handsome rooms of the clerk of the supreme court. The county has been a good landlord. Within the last year It has paid out for carpets alone In the quarters of United States officials more than $j00. Accordingly, as the end of the year approached, the supervisors . deter mined to raise the rent to $1,200, and the matter was presented to Judge Kent. Tho Judge assented to a rental or $1,100 a year and furnished an en dorsement of such , an Increase, The business of making leases, how ever, rests w ith United Static Marshal Daniels, and the board sent to hjm a form of the new lease filled In with the sum of !1,1C0, accompanied bv. a copy of the order of the board relat ing to the proposed Increase and the endorsement of Judge Kent. A few days later there was received from the United States marshal a let ter which said in effect that would not stand for the raise. He returned all of the papers and stated that If the supervisors desired to do business.they would make an order rescinding the loss aot tele iir AYER'S HAIR VIGOR enclosed, would attach it to a lease made out for the former amount of $900i and would forward it to him. There was a lack of concillatoriness In the tone of the letter, and, beside, the supervisors had In mind a former transaction. Once at the request of the United States marshal for a com plete plat of the courthouse, which he wanted for some purpose, the super visors directed County Surveyor Strelta to make one. Later Mr. Streitz sent his bill for the work to Marshal Daniels and received a reply suggest ing the propriety of looking for his pay to those who had employed him. The supervisors paid the bill. The let ter of, the marshal in relation to the lease came at a time when the county was prosperous and not at all depend ent for Its existence upon the $900 which It had been receiving from the national government. Accordingly, the supervisors yesterday directed a reply to the L'nltjl States marshal declin ing to enter into a new lease for any sum less than $1,100 and advising hin that until the government could se cure other quarters, a monthly rental of $100 would be charged. After the ball game the theater will be open for dancing and an orchestra will be present to furnish the neces sary music. At night there will be the usual play by .the company and after that a display of fireworks. Mr. Mitch ell has already placed his order for a good variety of pyrotechnics. TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. The- following transcripts of the rec ords ef the offices of the district clerk, theprobate court and the county re corder are furnished by the Arizona Abstract & Title Company. The records for yesterday were: SOME ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE NATAL DAY Matinee, Dancing,' Baseball and Fire works at Eastlake Park. ft J. t. W vl.'it. Cor. Hope Sixth & Streets. HOTEL ACACIA European - plan. Every modern con venience; elevator service. Low 'sum mer rates. Ben H. Crow, Prop., Los Angeles, Cal. HANDLE AN AUTOMOBILE as ft ate piece of machinery, not fs a 'Vf metal. Send us yours to L9 rePa. RjJ t.e Tesxxn w, Bnow our sm.i j knowledge of autoa. little the in. T, t , save money ami tf,. b pan is uiin SOUTHWESV Phone Main 345 2'. RN AUTO CO. E. W. BACOi r29 W. Wash. St Manaaer. No Hill Too Steep No Sand Too Deeofor Runabout. 18 h p I9U0.U0 Taurine Can. - 24 hp.. ..11350.00 and 1650.00 Tourlnc Car. 35 h.p., 4 cylinders , $2150.00 Gentleman's Roadster $2150.00 Send lor Ciuloioe toi List of Used On Agents wanted where not represented. A. W. GUMP AUTO CO., 1118 S. Main St., Loa Angelea Though here will be no general cit izens' celebration of the Fourh of July in Phoenix, considerable Will De doing' in the way of amusements both uptown-and out at Eastlake park. There will be band concerts and races and other events In the city in the morn ing and some fireworks and music at night opposite the court house plaza. .Mr. Mitchell of the Phoenix Railway company 'has arranged to make things lively at the park from afternoon till late at night," He Is having some large! posters printed announcing the events which will take place.. The first thing on the program will be a matinee by the Morton Stock company. This will close abou four o'clock pr. before and a. baseball, game m.III 1 ti. J 1 I ..... i pr. has not yet been fully arranged but It1 can be definitely stated hat. there will) be one that afternoon and probably one on Sundajv I RECORDER'S OFFICE. Juan Reyna to John H. Sayre, part of lot 3, block 6, Wickenburg. John B. Motn?omery to Right Rev. Henry Granjon, property in Montgom ery's addition for road. Mary Brown Loring to F. A. Munson, lot 13, block 5, Evergreen Place. Ernest Munson to F. EL Bradley, lot 12, block 5, Evergreen Place. deorge M. Fryer, guardian, to O. S. fUapley St Co., part of lot 6, block 12, .1 asa. George jf. Fryer and wife to O. S. .Sapley & Co:, part of lot 6, blockiY:, Mesa. M. M. VIeux to Josephine Lund, lot 11, block 8; Murphy's addition. James M. fiMen and wife to Andrew Johnson, eleven lots, block 51, Collins addition. . . United States to James P. "Wash burn; patent to lots 6 and 7, section 35-1X-1E. Sheriff Maricopa County to Ramona C. Bernal, lots". 19 and 20, block IT, Montgomery's addition. A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever. iR. T. Felix Gouraud'o Oriental Cream or Magical Baautiflar. Remores Tin. P!mj!t frtcklM, M-ta I'.tctna, anu every Diemt..Ji on beauty, and de tea detection. It haa atood tt ten o( at rnn, and la ao tannlM we laateit tobeure;t la prcperly ail. Accept no counter feit of atlLiiar name. Dr. L. A. Savre aaid to a lady of the hart ton (a patient): "Aa you ladtei will oat them. ' r,fiimln,id (wOU m bH'. Pr.a m' ma th loftier harmful nf .71 thm skin preparation." For Bale by all draxginta and Fancy. Gaoda Ifealera in the United Staiea, rati-a and Europe. FEED. T. Prqu. 37 Crest Joaes Street, lew hi is What's What in Dress.aod Neckwear. iroir sekeepero Modes and Materials for Spring and Summer. The shops are full of loTely fabrics and sk:r muterlala for spring and' summer .Trnr. ntid the wise sbopper selects ber uia!oiI:ils for the coming season now. as e. lerience has shown that the most de ;mtii patterns rc generally to be had at these early exhibit., The sprin;; inodps are now quite clearly ili'Sitpd. ttimI although - later on ffome nor elt'r. w!i pioliulely lie lutrodured. the HiyltM r making are pretty definitely f. vitliM!. and one tnsy jro ahead with the r'akiii of oui-'s suiniiier outfit with "sie:y. M::ny n-omftt are puzzled ns to te lengths J nd Myii'S of the new skirts. ZSL.X i-Jt it ditlii u t to det-ide in Home BY DOROTHY DALE. skirt so fshtonable heretofore, but plfilt' ed skirts will also- ba in favor for Mio skirt In short' walking length. ""Wom; new plaited skirts have the plaits very close together, pressed lu very tightly and fitted very snugly about the hips. AS to materials. pon;ee. esieeially of the bordered sort, will be especially pop ular for spring and early summer, and the new silk and wool bittistes. striped crepv. chiffons. vois. sheer wool bareges am! silk materials are also very smart and make pnu-tleul and servh-eab!e.,i:cnvii Bliiek and white eleets arc miieh ! it. vogue and ! have seen several very smart meet gowns of black s:itin tlii(sh iiie.sa- and skirt costumes and for simple gown. Some, jtl ths most attractive of he striped -oivii seen are trimmed Willi bunds of the material on the bias, ami lu many rases the front gore is seamed down the middle, the stripes meeting to form a point. , The gowns pictured are gortil examples of spring modes. The coat and skirt coa tume was of bluish gray pongee, with blaw trimmings of black and white striped silk,, and buttons of black taffeta, wild bold cord loops on the coat. The skirt In the model was made with a train, but a short plaited or gored skirt could be substituted If desired. The other plate shows a gown of soft silk and wool material. In a lovely shade of bluish green. The bodie? closed lu a rounded surplice, and was braided In soutach- to match. The girdle and sash 'nds. knotted at the left of the front, wits of darker green liberty satlu. and the ..carfs that latticed through the sleeves f.nd yoke were of the same satin. The i:ndersleeves and yoke were of white re pousse lace and sheer tucked batiste. The sash with na:rov fringed ends fallln; at the side is a fenture of several of the newest and most desirable models, and the high-boned collar with points up uti der the ears la "another detail lu evi dence. DOROTHY DALE. How to Furnish ChL j dren's Rooms. The children of today arc. as a mntter ; of course, provided- wit b a few rooms t'.iai i are especially tlieir own. jlud riiilpped j with those things that not only please them, appeal to tbelr unilerKtandtugs aod j supply t'uelr eeeds, but are helpful in de- j ve oping their growing natures. Kvei y house or home lu which there is u ehli.1 should have u nursery or n playroom. The plnyroom may lv so small that !t N not uracil lilt'-ei' t tin 11 a closet, still. If It Is iugcniotisly Mted up. it wl I suply a great need in a child's life. Kven a very young child can be made to fee! the privilege of having a place of his own where all his licioiiglugs can be found and where Ilia personality can he exercised uud bis In dividuality developed. To give a child :l room for bli-li le is 111 a way responsible Ik to create early a se t reliant disp.isitiou that Is valuable later. The Proper Care of Cooking Appliances. n Tar. Mr of average slie It requires . . : - : t : 1 1 KiU'iid'anev In the. kitchwu i"'iS..a. nt least, nnd orftca of aey- p.tre the three . meals. Even f iu.'.v tl.e kitc-bfa is In cou j..;. hi:-'ore. It Is of flrut it it lt wil ventilated and , :.-.!t. Tue conditions lp ce the health of the !t Is well known that 'le ; cerma and cii as in storage, rent, - roiniy and ':rt pltcc. ' -: with p coal of quick , .-enns s not used '. i J lee Is demanded. In regard t:. the furnishings to go Into t .--ii.i.!- i ,,i i,i. , roa Delicious Strawberry Dishes Strawberry Tarts Tut out rounds of puff paste, and when set In the bak ing pan pipe a round of cbou paste around the edges. 1'rlck the paste with a fork in several places; then hake lu the usual way. When baked till the cen ters with fresh sugared strawberries that have been jnst taken from the re frigerator. Garnish with whipped cream. Strawberry Sponge. Souk one qtinr ter of a package of gelntiu lu oue-auarter- cupful of cold water and dis solve lu the same amount of hot water; add one cupful of sugar, ntlr until ills solved, then strain into. a dish standing In Ice water. When cool add n cupful of strawberry, juice and pulp and beat till light; then- beat In gradually the whites of three eggs, beaten light, and continue beating ontU the . mixture will hold its shape. Have ready a chilled earthen or agateware bowl, llued with strawlierrles; cut the berries In halves and dip them luto the melted gclatlji so they will adhere to the bowl, nud turti the sponge Into the bowl. Serve, turned from the ; bowl . and. garnish with whipped cream and whole strawberries. the nursery, of course the aval. able floor space Is the first thing to "be considered. Secondly, whether It is a nursery." pure and simple, or a bedroom or schoolroom In addition. If It U to do for two pur poses, there should be some sort of divi sion made lu order to prevent the chil dren from feeling any monotony of snr rtnuding. as would be the case If they were kept too closely with the same things around them. The worth of screens Is liies.imnbie for this purpose. The one side, cf-elouue covered, could be arranged about the beds In u unc-roo'u nursery to wall them oh from the rest of the room. It. -d room pictures can be hung on the one side, while on the otiier side pictures of pluy-tima Interest are shown, animal pic tures, birds, Hgures. foreign si-c'ucs. etc. Now things for wail decorations In chil tlrpti's rooms are constantly being brought out by jbe dealers. Cretonnes and papers both are used for these, the latter being the most popular', A scheme of decoration much In favor has a lilaln paper reaching to six feet, with a wide band of scenery or a flower design, par above thnt Is separated by n plate rail, on which orna ments or playthings are set, and then near the bnselioard are pasted or fastened figures cut out and applied to form groups. Hardwood floors and rugs are not suit abler for a nursery, as children are rather apt to hare tumbles and the little feet arc easl'y tripped by the thick rugs. Green and "whit Japanese matting or Brussels carpet are the most suitable floor cover ings. As to the furniture, brass beds are the daintiest looking as well as the. most comfortable and sanitary; mission chif foulets with a low-cushioned dlvuii make for comfort. Screens will be found useful to cover up the unsightly litter of toys, though if the child has been taught to t-r erg?. .' , 'n a jfi.' sfint ;vs ' l:np-.r1u;itiV. ha try the VlioK-ii family dir 'ctlv, .' food is very V decay It. cookit.s So let the kitciien-n.-il veutiiutej In in Ail kltcheis range should have s cooking; this- I- nnd economy. In fad. u;"""l , mnno I not used for br.tr - 1 rnrtkfne n nil,, th:.t vh .t nu iiu .i-tt-i, i u. j ho'jd la car.y off the pruducU brilm onsiiitii, it win mi an ri'iiieoiciiis.- Tlie pince fir the refrigerator she. Ie selected with esiicclal ca e in p!a ning n Flteh-n. Where It Is practiciiiile.V let the compartment for lee open ou ta- back porch or out of doors. This ar rangement is much more sanitary, and It is much easier to put In the let. . 'J'lie drain pipe ought not to be directly con nected with the sewer. The refrigerator should be made easy of .access to the cook ns well, for good cooking demands many trips between the kitchen table and the refrigerator. oion 1:1c as;eiui tuiiiKS esacutiltl to j stunt removsl of anything spilled, clean ing the waste pipes, nud a full supply of lee. If the food compartments e re cafr fully wiped out once a week, and t crumbs, particles of food or drops of liquid are allowed to collect In the mean time; no further attention need he given to hese. Hemove the Ice onee a wvf k, wash the floor under the rack 00 which the Ice rests, take out the remtvabl drain pipe and trap, and with a, cloth fastened to a rod or a stiff; wire, clean out these with a stroug sal-soda solution. put things away the playroom need not look like a Junk shop at any time. All the Jlghtlng and beating arrange ments shouRl'be especially planned to pro Tent 'disaster frdm fire.-The Jnmp. where there is no gas or electricity, should ba suspended ' high out of rcasah; where gns Is nsed there should be a wide gpard around the burners and care . must be taken that the fixtures work perfectly. BY SARA CRAXFORD. I'onr soma f this down the rest of the drain pipe; cleaning the pipe at far down as 'an be reached "Milk should be kept in closed bottles or in a compartment by Itself. , . T"e really good cook takes scrupulous rare of her cooking utensils, and comes to feel a genuine fondness for certain dishes and spoons. The heavy ironware and the more expensive copper utensils which require continual polishing, have been Improvod npoo.aud are now obsolete, tha newer articles, being the agateware; also a light blueware, with white Inside, the alnmttold -vare and a light steel ware. Ait ample variety of choice Is afforded by these, end with careful usage the Teasels grounds, as far as tha fcltohen sink I concerned.' A line sieve should first re ceive all waste . water In Its passage through tnesink.'' Dish rags should be made of new. cloth, and as soon as they shoir signs of wear they may be used for wiping- greasy pans and then throwu away. . Add. a little ammonia to the greasy water; this forms an emulsion with the oils so that they may be washed away. Every -two or three days pour a boiling; . sal-soda solution down the drain, using half a cupful of sal soda to three quarts of' water. There is an idea among housekeepers that It the tableware is carefully wash ed, the other dishes will do withoet COAT AXD fihUBT COSTUME OF BLUISH GREY POXGEK. New Spring' Neckwear. .rases whether to hare a gown made In train length or short. One mlght'lmaglne from a view of the fashion illustrations rthat almost .all skirts were, to be made with trains,' but as a matter of fact the abort skirt will still be much In evidence, and all street and morning dresses will have skirts made to escape the ground. Afternoon gowns for at home or sum mer resort wear are to be made long, aud all evening costumes and dressy gowns will show a graceful sweep alj around. The gored skirts, many of them having as many as 19 gores, wl I ti:ke the place In many cases of the plaited line made .with a deep-pointed yoke, back and front,' of lace, tucked wasbablevtJfUe or sheer batiste embroidery. These Black silk frocks are generally made "with fine ly plaited skirts In short walking length, and have very little trimming, buttons snd tailored effects being generally used bj way of decoration. ;V . . , . Among the silk materials 'changeable chiffon taffetas are .shown. . ant one ef fective street gown was in dark change able blue and green braided in darl bine soutache. Striped fabrics, are much In demand and later on the linens in stripe, effects will be much In vogue for coat , :-'-4.JJiJ A generous supply of attractive neck wear la a necessity to the wardrobe of anyone who. has sny.dcslre to appear well dressed, and this season the new styles In these little accessories of dress are especially good. The all white, linen, col lar Is still much worn, especially in the fine hand-embroidered sorts, but colored neckwear Is especially smart Just now and the white collars with fine stripes of pale blue, lavender, pink or other color or of black are In great demand. The Il lustrations show several attractive col lars of this description, and also some of the newest collar bows and plaited Jabots. The head sketched snows one of the new high-pointed collars, this particu lar model being of lawn, combined with Valenciennes lace and braided In narrow sbutsche cord. The collar sketched be 164 this cut was of white linen, with an applied border of striped madras and em broidery In white. Tbe collar bow was embroidered and buttonholed In the color, and had a plaited mull tie under the em broidered pieces. Most ef the other sketches explain themselves. One of tbe Jabots pictured was of handkerchief linen, with an embroidered tab, worked In gradu ated dots In green, the plaited under part and this tab being edged with val lace. The other Jabot was of sheer embroidered anil I, edging or narrow flouncing, in white with pale slue edge and design. - BOMB OF THE NEW COLLARS AND COLLAB BOWS. if if GOWN OF U.i;iSfl OBEEN IX SOFT MATERIAL. Duty be kept In good cond!n for long time. Ail of this wnre. huf a smooth finish that is easily cleaned with soupy wafer, and rinsed In hot "water aai dried with a toweL If farther firing is ceded, stand tbe atcnaiut on. j be s licit of The range.' Th blue and wh'te ware and the agate ware chip when subjected to strong, dry heat.. All cooking dishes should, be. filled with warci water iinine dlately after use. Sapollo. lvnry soap of sal-soda' will remove stains tnst tio not come off readily, except fir aluwltiam ware. The alkalies tarnish the aininlanm. Most of the calls for the plumber ore occasioned by lint dishcloths cud ct'Cfve much atteutlon. - This Is a false lu,. every dish In which food Is placed sbou receive the most careful attention Smooth, clean-. dishes are always Pn requisite to good cooking, and In sauo f making they are absolutely essential. Ai a sauce is used to give richness am; flavor to a dish, without these elements. I It the dish la rough aud the sauce burns or sticks, the burnt flavor is carried by the sauce aud la Imparted to the food it is to season, spoiling the- taste com pletely, and no amount, of outside matter rrfcich may be added will cover up the H:..te which was burned into the fuuuda t'uu of the sauce.