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"T -rani AKJZO.YA REPUBLICAN SUNDAV MORMXG,' JUNE 21; 1908.
11 Adtveirlti 1 ). Cor. Sixth & Hope 1 I I .MaiVi.."'' Hotel Pepper' American and European Plan. , Seventh and Burlington Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. Cnder new management. SPECIAI'i SUMMER rates till Xov. 1st; tjx blocks from West Lake Park and tejl minutes from Broadway. Garage in ?;Vi?i3 connection, free. Cars from S. P. TVivnt Airc-t tn tintnl. H. T. BARNETT, Manager. SECURITY BUILIDNG ECURITY agings BANK Los Angeles OLDEST AND LARGEST IN T HE SOUTHWEST. ... WE DO A BANKING BY MAIL BUSINESS AND PAY S PER CENT INTEREST ON ORDINARY ACCOUNTS WHICH MAY, BY AR RANGEMENT. BE CHECKED AGAINST WITHOUT PRESENTA-. TION OF PASS BOOK. ... T: RESOURCES OVER $20,000,000.00 I ASK YOUR DEALER OR WRITE US 809 So. Hill St, Los Angeles, Cal. Ptrong, Original, Practical, SUCCESS FUL. Belongs to no "chain" or trust, elass or clan absolute MERIT its only alliance. Concentrated, enthusiasm tic. COMPLETE. A school of FORCE. CHARACTER and INFLUENCE. Prestige of long experience, thousand of graduates every one a WOOD HURT testimonial and a vital force In the world. "BETTERNESS" Its di.'tinctive quality. "The Success of the Student" Its slogan. Entire year begin when ready. POSITIONS SECURED. Write for "Catalogue W It Is illustrated, interesting. Instructive. INSFIRING. HOTEL ORENA Best $1 a day house. Beautifully furnished. Corner Tth and Hope St., oppo site Post Office, Los Angeles, California. Hotel Ingraham INGRAHAM AND BIXEL STS, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. A full-fledged city hotel on the Amer ican and European plans. New, luxurious, restful. Beautiful lawns and Mission Piazza. 'Always cool and free from dust, and noise. Take' Seventh St, car on Broadway to BlxeL B. BEYEK. Prop'r. THE NEW ROSSLYN in - j., . -. THE NAM HOUSE i1 v- -., V fa.-- ' : ?"J:"i! : ti 1! I i'.f, J- "IJ I Streets. HOTEL ACACIA European plan. Every modern con venience; elevator service. Low sum mer rates. Ben H. Crow, Prop.. Los Angeles, Cal. I Summer School 1 443 South Main St., LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: European, 75c to $2. American. $1.50 to $3.00. . FREE BUSS MEETS ALL TRAINS First and Main Sts., LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: American, $1.50 to $2.50. European, 50c to $00. - HOLLEN BECK HOTEL -f LOS ANGELES. A. C. Billcke. 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. HEADQUARTERS FOR ARIZONIANS. GLENDALE SANITARIUM Glendale-Los Angeles, Calif. A True Health Resort; .Meal, Comfortable, Summer Climate. An up-to-date establishment. Battle Creek methods of treatment. Rest, recuperation and comfort, for the sick, tired and over-worked. Beautiful, park-like grounds. Tennis, croquet and other out-door amusements. New gymna siOni and treatment minis. Reasonable rates. 20 minutes ride by electric car ' from heart of Los Angeles. ' Write for fully illustrated booklet or applv at The Republican office. J. J. WESSELS, Mgr. - SIERRA MADRE VILLA SA NITARIUM, LOS ANGELES Mental. Nervous, Epileptic, Asthmatic. The Oldest Health Resort of South ern Calif. Ideal Foothill Environment of the Land of Fruit and Flowers: No Frosts, Heat, Fog, nor Duststorm. Experienced care and treatment. Ad dress, Dr. A. B. Shaw, Prest., S18 Cia y St., Los Angeles, or Lamanda, Calif. KNEIPP SANITARIUM SAN DIEGO, CALIF. A famous institution. We cure all diseases without drugs or operation. Booklet giving information can be had at the office of this paper or by writing to M. A. LESEM, Manager, 2455-67 First St., San Diego, Cal. BEAUTIFUL RESORT OF PI CO 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. HOTEL MUNN. Summer rates now on. European. Fifth and Olive street, adjoining Temple Auditorium. Strictly modern. Prices 'reasonable. 100 rooms, near park, all cafes and theaters. Postoffice" 3 blocks. A quiet spot in the very heart of Los Angeles. Paradise Valley Sanitarium ' IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, 5 MILES FROM SAN DIEGO. : A well equipped medical and surgical establishment like Battle Creek Sanitarium. Absolutely the only sanitarium In Southern California having a cool summer climate; every day delightfully sunny; over looking San Diego Bay and the Pacific. Write for booklet "C." H. W. "Lindsay. SIgr., National City, Calif. Chicago, June 17. (Special Corre spondence of The Republican.) A I study made of business conditions in I 1S74 following a panic and those of. CQLLEGES of phis year goes to confirm the expec-' t.-iuons tnat tne crop or istoa win ; bring about a speedy business revival. ! It did in 1874. The importance of the ' process of "moving the crop" to gen The HEALD Long Beach and Ocean because of their unexcelled lo- T cation, afford every opportun- 4 GOOD CROPS SPELL ( BUSINESS REVIVAL In 1874 They Turned Depression Into Prosperity, as Expected to Do in 1908.,. . , ity for combining summer rest . . CTal business is well illustrated. , .. ... . . . ,,r In 1874 business conditions were and recreate w.th study. In ..Mng more painruy tnan tne most addition to their very superior i pessimistic reports indicate they are Business and Shorthand '!at this time. but. fortunatelv. a corn courses, high grade instruction Xcrp of neater value on the farms is offered in the English than for four years prior or five years branches, Piano, Voice, Violin, T subsequent. a wheat cron that broke Languages, etc. t!3" previous records, exceeding in Both schools are in session ....i..- anv rnn frntr, 1sfi7 t 1X77. and far greater than normal and thus brought a great amount of for1 tnrougnoui xno year, ana pupns ; oats and barley crops that also made may enter ai any iimo ior com- j. . new reconl8 brought the staggered pieie or pamai courses, or spe- country upright again. Exports of cial subjects. No entrance ex- J wheat ,n1 corn during 1S73 and 1874 aminaxions nor xerm division.. ' were far greater L-JVing expenses ara moderate . . i 1 1 . i .i : jt-1 in DOin C 11. ICS, IOWr man in TUi-n rr,n..v- tn lh. I'nito,! StatPS mucli as tne experts or iu ana, prospectively, of 1808, have done and I will do. The marketing system of i the United States was tested to its ment will be pleased to assist f ' hlllu.r, of the ronntn-s strentrth ! j Since that time it has been still fur- i ther perfected, old exchanges having former years. Address either school, stating just what ac commodations you require, and definite information wiM be given as to cost. The manage- prospective pupils and their friends in securing satisfactory accommodations. Write for circulars. Keaid's Business College Long Beach Ocean Park California. j grown and new ones created which have become world-market places for r Hotel Westminster Los Angeles, Cal. fourth ami .Main Ms American Plan Reopened Per Day$2.)0 rn Rooms without Bath Rooms With Bnth $3, $3,50 and $4 European Plan F. O. JOHNSON, ll.no per day and up With bath fl.oii and up Prop. -' SANTA CATALINA ISLAND ..' i .. 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 rlan. . : ISLAND VILLA HOTEL Room eingle, J5.00 per week upwards; 18.00 for two. WRITE FOR INTERESTING PRINTED MATTER. BANNING COMPANY, 104 Pacific Electric Bulling, Los Anegles, Calif. B1MIN1 HOT SPRINGS HOTEL. LOS ANGELES. The most curative treatment known for rheumatism, beautiful scenery, cool ocean breeze, Hot Springs water in every room: no noise, no dust, no tips. Street car to door. Pamphlets at Republican office or b y writing Dr. G. W. Tape, Medical Supt. LOMA LINDA SANITARIUM Loma J.lnda, or Hill Reairtiful, is the name ofowe of Southern California's most beautifully located sanitariums, near KiilCOids, sixty-two miles east of Ixis Angeles, on main line of the S. P. . TteJ : tJattle Creek methods of treatment are carefully administered. Sum-!"-nidr" prices from June to October. Send for Booklet "C." Loma Linda p Sanitarium, Loma Linda, Calif. , i i z a rmmmBtsuawi 9. kwt ar jrm m w LOUd BEACH SANITARIUM, LONG BEACH CAL A liieflkal and surgical sarili'.rium in Southern California By-the-sea. K.:tablished on the great ! Battle Creek Sanitarium plan, one of t he finest and best equipped of it's kinl west of Battle Creek. Fine rapacious treatment rooms, where nil Battle Creek s: nitarium means, methods and appliances are used. Building and w-i!i:lnni-nt new. Overlooks tlie ocean, t innate or l,nK lieaen tne nnest. i Tennis e:mrt and other outdoor amusements. A health home wiiere the Hollywood, Cal., midway between Los Angeles and the sea. An ' Ideal' w.ir.U -f those who come for rest, recreation or recuperation have been summer resort All airy outside rooms, big porches, large grounds, ero- anticipated. Special summer rates. Visitors welcome. Booklet free. W. quet and tennis courts. Rates $10 per week and up. B. FOWLER, Prep. Ray Simpson, Manager. 1 MT. VIEW INN Agnew Sanitarium and Hospital IN SAN DIEGO, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Handsomest and best equipped establishment of its kind in the west, offers at reasonable rates accommodations which arj sujierior in every respect and combine the comforts and luxuries of the home. San Diego is noted for its even climate the year around. A rite for full particulars. America's Most Famous Summer Resort Never Hot Never Cold Always Delightful Coronado Tent City BETTER THAN EVER A PARADISE FOR CHLDREN. f. Coronado Tent City is located on a peni.'iula running almost parallel with the California Coast at San Diego, with the Pacific Ocean on one side, the Bay of San Diego and the mainland on the other. Such a location combined with the unparalleled Southern Ca'ifornia climate insures all natural comforts. The engineering and art of man have added every luxury. ' Coronado Tent City is literally a city of tents and Palm tent houses, lanre and small, furnished or unfurnished, with kitchen tents in rear if de sired, accomodating one to eight people. Tents grouped about a common courts for social or fraternal societies. 300 New Palm Tent Houses Nothing like them anywhere. Delightful to live in. Tree electric lights. Free ice "water. Pure iiiiniiitaiii water piped direct to your tent. Prfert sanitary conditions. New 700-foot Pleasure Pier Fine Fishing The famous Coronado Band. Better than ever, the old favorites and some new ones. ' ' Fine large bi'thing pool for children. First class Cafe, lunch counter and delicatessen. Fresh fruits," vege tables and milk. Prices very reasonable. Literature sent free tells ail about the place". How to get there, whatY it costs. HUpful suggestions. "Write at once, address JOSHUA S. HAMMOND. Mgr., Coronado Tent City. Coronado Beach, California. : - r Xorcross, Agent, 334 South Spring SL, Los Angeles, Calit - 'J ARIZONIANS WISHING TO STOP IN LOS ANGELES WILL FIND THE Fredemma Apartment House the most home-like place. New, strictly up-to-date, two and three room suites with all conveniences; reached by all cars; conducted by Fred Deister, well known to all Phngnix people!' Address 145 West 15th St. MILLS COLLEGE. For Young Women. . Only Woman's College on Pacific Coast. Offers same advantages as lest Eastern institutions. Full Col legiate course. Degrees conferred. For 3 years only, the three upper classes of the Seminary Dept., offer ing preparation for Mills College, the Universities and . Eastern Colleges, wilf be continued. (Accredited) Spe cial opportunities in Domestic Science, Music and Art. Earnest Christian influenecs; non-sectarian; all forms of healthful out-door amusements. Ideal location in beau tiful Oakland hills. Fall term begins Aug. 12, '08. For catalogue and Brochure of views, address Mrs. C. T. Mills, President, Mills College P. O., Calif. HOTEL SANTA BARABARA. Los Angeles, Cal. Ideal place to stop. Rooms and apartments near oth St., five minutes walk from Broadway. Special sum mer rates. 4S3 S. Hope St. the millions of bushels produced at the prices made by the supply and demand of the entire world. Bearing on this, the report of the "Commissioner of Agriculture," in 1S7.1, gives facts which show how much less fluctuation and difference in prices in different localities there is now than then. For lack of the selling system of the present day un der contracts for future deliveries , which are backed by the rles of : great grain exchanges such as the 'Chicago board of trade, conditions were different. The old report states: "Iowa has a surplus of corn to send beyond state lines and got 55 cents ! i in 1S67 and IS cents in 1SI, a fall ; of 67 per cent on account of growing j : a surplus that became a drug on the . market." It is many years since a i surplus of corn that could "become' a drug on the market" wjia possible, owing to may new uses for it and' ! to the greater strength of the ex- ! ! changes, where speculative capital is 'enabled to compete with immediate i demand and, by foreseeing future ! needs for the surplus, buy and hold ' iU putting an end to glutted markets after harvest and scarcity before the succeeding crop. The wAeat crop of 1S7.1 was nearly 300.000,000 bushels, to the benefit of crippled business, ! leing valued at $325,000,000. This was due to a crop failure in Russia. Ex- Finest Beach Resort in the world, porters , took advantage of their pur Bathing, Boating, Fishing, Dancing, I chases on the Chicago board of trade, daily . free concerts, etc. j thus preventing a slump due to an Villa's and Bungalows clean, cool ' ever-supply market at home, and complete. J17.50 to $35 per month, j o 75 feet north. Mr. Keuling is a- ce ment worker and will build a home on this property. For Satterwhite & Gillett. to J. H. Russell, 20 acres in Linda Vista tract, for $2,000. Mary E. Loring to Adolph Scheek, lot 12 and X of lot 11 in block 2.. Evergreen Place. Price $S50. Sarah A. Fitch to Robt. Wright. NEK XE'i Sec. 1822. This is an improved 40 acres near Glendale. Price $4500. - Annie Perley to B. G. Pecka, lot 6 in block 69. city of Phoenix, for $500. Dr. C. If. Brown to Henry Katt men, lot 2, Sunderland sub. blk. 19, Churchill's addition. Consiileration $1800. Dr. Brown bought this prop erty four years ago for $1125 and has had a good rental from it. 'E. and F. Munson to F. E. Bradley, lots 12 and 13 in block 5. Evergreen Place. Consideration $1100. Mr. Bradley will improve this property very soon with two nice brick cot tages. . Greene & Griffin to Christobal Cor doval. lot 6 in block 27. Irvine's ad dition. Consideration $50. The Hamilton Co. to Thos. R. Adams, lots 3 to 6 of Hadsell's ad dition to Glendale. This is a nicely improved property of 40 acres one half mile from Glendale depot. The consideration was $6000. Mr. Adams is a new-comer and has selected one of the best homes in the famous Glendale section. Mary E. Loring to Ralph Carey, lot 14, block 6. Evergreen Place. Con sideration $550. Geo. M. Halm to Dr. Wm. H. and T. M. Sargent, part of Sec. 3122." This is one of the finest orange groves in the valley and will make an ideal home as well as a paying investment. Greene & Griffin to Carlos Melen dres. lot 20, block 11, Irvine addition. Consideration $75. TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. The following transcripts of the rec ords af 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: VENICE OF AMERICA. Apply Villa Office, Venice, Cal. No Hill Too Steep No Sand Too Deeo for IKi Runabout. IS h.p $000.00 Tourlnr Cars. 24 h.p... .$100.00 and $1050.00 Tourlnz Car. 35 h.p., 4 cylinders $2150.00 Gentleman's Roadster S2150.00 Send for Caalcpie jed List of Used Cirs ' Agents wanted where not represented. I A. W. GUMP AUTO CO., 1113 S. tlzla --, Loa Angclts REALTY TRANSFERS BY A PHOENIX FIRM r""ywith mail orders for Kodak Sr jj Developing and Printing. Ve- R liV.i lox used. Write today for price list and special offer G, Moore & McLeilan Undertakers and EmbaJmer. Lady Assistant. I West Adams Street Telephone Main 122. A Part of. One Month's Business as Reported by the Greene & Griffin Investment Company. y The' Greene & Griffin Real Estate & Investment Co. report the" follow ing sales since June 1st: Mrs. Andre to Dr. F. A. Powell of Henry, III.. 160 acres in Sec. 24 1 1. Consideration $3fi per acre. E. E. Kirkland to Clarissa Powell of Henry, III.. S SE'i Sec. 1031. Consideration $40 per acre. Dr. Powell is an old acquaintance of Greene & Griffin and visited them 1 recently. He was taken to the Roose velt and Granite Reef dams and was so surprised with the possibilities of this valley when these works are completed, that he made these invest- f. ments after reaching home. . I s. I nomiisnn to Ailnmh Neheck lots 5 and 6 in block 6, Churchill ad dition. Mr. Thompson was the owner of this property but three days and sold it at a good profit. Green & Griffin to R S. Taylor. 75 feet of lot 2. block 10. Central Place. This property fronts 3rd street and is just north of Evergreen Place. Mr. .Taylor will soon build on this prop ! erty. I Greene & Griffin to J. Keuling, n?xt HEALD'S 614 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. Send for Catalogue J. W. LACKEY, Manage ROOflNGj BEST BY EVERY TEST ' Our Booklet "Roof Talk" together with samples of Rubber Sanded Roofing, will be sent post-paid upon request. Being, absolutely rAirtanfnAf And lun.nrAnf. RnKlwv .tunrlitil rrf ing is held in high favor by contractors and Duucers wnerever 11 nas neen introduce'! in Canada, Mexico and throughout the Pacific Coast States. Let us cut you In touch with our local agent in your community. . r - Pioneer Roll Paper Co. Makers of Rubber Sanded and Rubber Flaxinc Roofing . and ReitcflK Axphaltum. LE?AXTMLNT 67 Uui asus, cal. HOOFINOI t. RECORDER'S OFFICE. Sub-Reafty Company to John E. King, lot 1, Homewood Tract. Trustee Arizona Lodge, Xo. 2, F. A. M., to Frank C. Wiser, lot 2. block 2. section 6, Greenwood Cemetery. J. A- Holmes and wife to P. B. Hughes, part lot 5, block 3. Mesa. Bart Corgiat to Riley Johnston, west half of northeast quarter, 4-1S-2YV. X. W. Garmen and wife to John W. Foss, southwest quarter of northeast quarter 13-2X-1E. R. H. Satterwhite and wife to John W. Foss, part section 13-2X-1E. F. H. Ensign, trustee, to John W. Foss, part" section 13-2X-1E. James McCarthy and wife to R. C. Shiftet, lot 3 Hermosa Tract. E. F. Keesler and wife to U. S. Land Title and L. Co, southeast quarter 11-1X-1E. Clara E. Dappln and husband to Jas. 5. Day. lot 11, block 2. Simms addition. U. S. Land Title & L. Co.. to E- F. Keesler, lots 1 and 2. Miller's sub; lot 6, block 6, Dennis addition. J. B. Mollet and wife to Chas. E. Kirk, northeast quarter of northwest quarter 30-2X-4R. U. S. Land & Title Co. to Andrew J. Henry, southeast quarter 11-1X-1E, Alex Brokn to F. H. Parker and wife, lot 3, block 1, Homestead Place. F. H. Parker and wife to K. G fKine. et al, lot 3, block 1, Homestead Place. . .-J Kedewill Music Co. to K. G. Knipe, et al, lot 3, block 1. Homestead Place. 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 about during your vacation. 75 cents per month. Phone Main 47; the cir culation man there will take care of the rest. It is Crystallized Cactus Candy, That makes the vwsrid seem bright. Then 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' . ' r Farmers, Miners and City Buyers A big stock of Canned Goods, Fruits and Meats, Bacon and Ham, Just received all fresh and to be sold at lowest cash prices. FRANK GRIEBEL'S City Delivery. Phone and see. UI-220 W. Washington St. ' Phone 43 . . Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules APOSITIVECURE For loflsnunstion orfiianh of thr Bladder and Diseased Kidnify. ho eurf no' pa;. Cures quickly aud Perma nently the worst caes ef Gonorrhoea and Gljet, no matter ol how km stand In. Absolutely harmless. Sk)ld b druggists. Ptie $1.00, or by .-ml. postpa A, ,si uu, 3 Boxes a (O. THE SANTAL-PEPSIM CO- BEU4FOMTJUME- OH'O. ELVEY & HULETT, Agents. Si.