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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TIIURSDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1908.
X 5" Hints for Health. Good Rale for Dyspeptics. "Eat less .and chew more" li excellent navies for dyspeptics on the food ques tion. It Is, for that matter, good advice for everybody. It Is a prescription that - without doubt Is north more than the whole pharmacopoeia of drags. The reason why most stomachs break down Is that "they have to. do their own work and. In addition, tba which shonld be done by the mouth. It does not pay In the long run for any man to hurry over his meals. Proper eating lies at the foundation of good health. Work as Medicine. Activity is conducive to longevity. Sta tistics show that as si rule great mental workers are long lived. Man needs plenty . of work, plenty of occupation for mind, as well as body, something to plan, some thing to look forward to all the time. In order to be In good health and enjoy long life. There are - thousands of. cases of snen pensioned off or retired from busi ness after 40 years of Incessant and active work who. Instead of being able to rest quietly and enjoy life for a good quarter of a century or more, have sud denly sickened and died. Man Is really 'like a piece of machinery. To be In per fect running order both mind and body must be kept In condition. Let machin ery stand idle for a few weeks, and see how rusty it will get -, Fratt and Flexibility. Health depends a great Seal on flex ibility. -The suggestion may be called novel; still, It Is scientifically true. Fruit ' eating makes for health because It makes for flexibility. The primal cause of death ;ls ossification, and It can be stayed con 'alderably If the arterial and muscular isyatema are kept flexible. Heavy meat ; eaten exhibit early In life stiffness In ;'the Joints unmistakable signs of the .system being too heavily loaded with earthy matter. Flexibility is assured by the Juices of fresh, ripe fruits, which Impede the ossl .flcatlon process. Flexibility represents : life In the animal and vegetable king doms. Rigidity and Inflexibility, typical ;of resistance to change of form, the basis ,ct all vital processes, represents death. Now, meat-eating makes for rigidity and Inflexibility more quickly than fruit foods and brings about premature Inter ference with the vital processes upon which health and life depend. Stfceamatlsm and Santmer Cottasjea. If you possess a summer cottage be O Odd Jots for X profitable and agreeable spare-tfme occupation Is "ticket writing" that Is, making the show or sign cards for goods In stores. No doubt someone will come along and . tell you 'Oh, the stores all buy those things from the printers In quantities or employ a show-card writer who does noth ing else and la on the pay-roll.- All of which la quite true with the exception of the statement that all the stores work that way. The big stores do and many of the bigger, first-class places. But there are tens of thousands of stores that do sot. If yon can think out a sew wording nd style, something fresh and novel In the showcard line, yon will sell It. For stock In trade you will need some white and colored cardboard. Tinted Is better than strongly colored, although It depends largely on the goods to be adver tised. Ton will also need sets of alpha bets, numerals and scrolls. If yon have any Idea of drawing so much the better, but It Is not necessary. . f K fractlca a bit before turning out work i Southern - California Advertisements ?H"r M-I. g..l. 'n .I..I..M.,1.,ii.,ii, 1,.f,,H,lfr - j v - 4 . . . ' - - - . . ( SANTA CATALINA ISLAND Season 1908. GREATEST FISHING T0URNAMENT8. Auspices "Tuna" and "Light Tackle Clubs," Boating, Bathing, Hunt ing. Golf, Tennlsetc CANVAS CITY Hundreds of tents In shady groves. . HOTEL METROPOLE European and American lan. ISLAND VILLA HOTEL Room a single, J5.00 per week upwards; $8.00 for two. WRITE FOR INTERESTING PRINTED MATTER. BANNING COMPANY, 104 Pacific Electric Bulling, Loa Anegles, Calif.- 1 - " 1tT-"" THE NEW ROSSLYN 443 South Main St, LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: European, 75e to $2. American, $1.50 to $3.00. FREE BUSS MEETS ALL TRAINS HOLLENBECK HOTEL LOS ANGELES. A. C BHIcke. 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. PARADISE VALLEY SANITARIUM A tarium in Southern California having a deiightfuljy sunny. Overlooking San Diego Bay and the Pacific. Booklet at Republican office or by writing H. V. Lindsay, Mgr., National City, Cal. . , a AGNEW SANITARIUM, San Diego, California. Handsomest and best equipped establishment of its kind In the west, offers at reasonable rates accommodations which are superior In every respect and combine the com forts and luxuries of the home. San Diego is noted for its even climate the year around. Write for particulars or secure pamphlet at The Re publican office. sure that there Is no lingering dampness In It before yon go this summer to live In It A fruitful source of rheumatism Is to be found In damp houses, and' the summer cottage more than any other. Usually the summer cottage Is shut tip all winter, and only opened when the warm weather comes along. There, of course. Is no furnace In It, but only a fireplace or two In case of a wet or chHly day In the fall. Never mind bow hot the weather may be, but when you seal someone to the cottage to open up and clean and air It Just before your occu pancy be sure to give orders that a Sre ahall be lit In every stove or fireplace. Let them bora Just for the one day, and yon will possibly ward off an attack.' of rheumatism snd thwart the dampness, which Is Inherent In every shut-up hoase and yet Is Invisible. Furnished houses snd apartments and rooms In hotels are also taken at this season, in the moan tains, at the seashore or some summer resort, snd the house or hotel may have been shut all winter ' and only Jost opened. Adults and their children sleep In the beds and rooms, which may be quite damp. The' bedding may not have been properly aired In the sunshine, tho artificial heat may not have Ixen turned on the day the place was opened to give It a thorough airing. It Is summer and hot weather, and everything Is all right. That Is taken for granted. And yet one wonders later why the children take 0ld so easily snd are so delicate, snd by the adults get touches of rheumatism and rheumatlo complaints. After reading this paragraph do not wonder any more: but take heed, and, by proper precautions. In sure the health of yourself and family. Treatment of Goat. t Hen are bothered more and more every year with gout In some form or soother. In cases of gouty diathesis, which snow no sctual symptoms of the disease, the use of drugs other than tonics and- diges tives Is of donbtful vsloe. A proved suc cessful treatment consists of six esiwa of water dally, three of them may "be .hot; small doses of calomel followed by sul phate of sodium, and the taking of medi cated baths. Regular bathing Is almost the most important Item., snd aext to It regular exercise, out of doors If possible. All forms of meat can be eatetx but sot more than twice a day, and .preferably only once, and that In -the morning or midday. I'lea and puddings and all sweets should be restricted ss much ss possible, and no vegetables that grow underground should be eaten t all. Spare Time. to show around. Tour cards must be seat rather than florid. And they must be a little out of the ordinary rut. Grocers snd dry goods stores and drug stores and places where many patent things are sold have plenty of artistic show cards given them to display with the goods by the manufacturers. But there sre lots of drug stores that make their own prepara tions snd might be glad of a few attrac tive cards. Then the butcher, the baker, the market where you buy your vegetables, the little tailor In your Immediate ne&h borhood, all these people are probable purchasers. Try them. Say yon did a few cards for butchers. Take them round to all the butchers In your neighborhood. ' If they will not buy on the spot lesve your card and address and tell tbem yon will call regularly once a month to see If you can do any business. In turn, try all the trades. In conclusion t Print brainy tickets : put artistic effort Into them ; push your wares boldly In the stores ; don't be dlaceuraged aslly. w y . - H - K - H''fr'K Hotel Ingrahom INGRAHAM AND B1XEL 8TS 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. BEYETi. Prop'r. THE NATTICK HOUSE First and Main Sts LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: American, $1.50 to $2.50. European, 50c to Z0O. well equipped medical and surgl- cool summer climate; every day a ows, . Every "Silly' season, as some people speak of midsummer. . one topic or an other comes up In which there' Is gen eral discussion In the press and among people In their homes and gathering places. The season is not quite with us, yet there is one topic which should be thoroughly discussed and some conclusion arrived at. The question Is, Should widows and married men be labeled? At some of the men's clubs this question has been coming In for a great deal of argument. t L ad The popularity of the gnmbrel roof treatment for cottages Is due to several reasons. One of these reasons Is the desire for a low cottage appearance and still retain two full-height stories; this can be done most successfully with the gambrel roof. The second floor space Is not as large as the first floor. This Is slso an advantage often, as It admits of ample rooms on the first floor and with out the necessity of more chambers than Is required on the second floor. There Is very little waste space In the attic, al though there may be sufficient room for storage of trunks, etc. The ground size of this bouse Is 30 feet wide by 86 feet deep, exclusive of plazsa, and the estimated cost as described with good basement Is $3,600, exclusive of beating and plumbing. There Is a large living-room 14x36 feet, a good, size reception ball, a dining-room llxl-i feet, a kitchen 10x14 feet and an ample pantry with rear entry way. The second story has three large and one small chamber, each provided with ample clothe closets. There Is s large linen closet and bathroom. The broad liberal plazsa across the front makes a cool and shady retreat for summer. This design has clapboard for the first story and the gables In shingle or rough cast cement. A very pretty Interior finish for this house would be Washington fir In mission style, stained with a dark Flemish stain. The same style will look well throughout, or the second story can be finished In white enamel If preferred. 4. r Hotel Westminster Los Angeles, Cal. fourth and Main tits American Plan Reopened Rates $2.50 Rooms without Bath Per Day Rooms With Bath $3, $3,50 and $4 European Plan si.OO per lav ami up With bath tl.'jo and up F. O. JOHNSON, Piop. No Hill Too Steep No Sand Too Deeo for Runabout. 18 h.D 4900.00 Taurine: Cam. 24 h.p... .Sliio.uoand 11650.00 Tourlna Car. 3.5 b p., 4 cylinders $2150.00 Gentleman's Roadster $2150.00 Snd for Ciulotw rod List of Used Cirs Agents wanted where not represented. A. W. GUMP AUTO CO., IMS & Main 8, Los Angeles A FRIEND TO THE FARMER Say, it Just makes one want to build a new house and fill it with nice things when you go into Mas- sie & Sons' new place. They have a suit of furniture that cost $300 In tho east. Then they have two dozen nice dressers to sell at, all the way from $B.00 to $20.00. .Fine wash stands, nice iron beds; a fine lot of second hand linoleum, and they bought three 9x12 second hand rugs yesterday; Just look like new, and 4 Wilton velvet rugs that cost $12 each. They sell them for $6.00. : , Si mi i j They have some fine kitchen cabi nets; save lots or work and time. They have nice second hand chairs and rockers. Then they have new rope edge springs and all cotton mattresses, new blankets and com forts. Then you should see the 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c and 2oc counter. Just like the city. Get an arm load for a"ar; Massie surely is the far mers friend, for they can get a wagon load there for so little money. Come In and get a drink of Ice water and rest yourself. Massie will buy all your goods. Massie & Sons Phone Main 257. 114-?.1 W. Wash. Wid owers an A majority of men declare that widows should be labeled.' The proposal Is that all widows should wear a mourning ring' In addition to tbelr wedding ring, or a silver ring, or a black pearl ring, or some distinguishing emblem. It Is at this season of the year that the widow, out of mourning. Is spending her summer st the. shore or In the moun tains or at some resort. There are hun dreds of thousands of them all-over the world and mauy of them are pretty anil fascinating women. Here Is a man's 15he .Four Gabled Gambrel Roof. DESIGNED BY CHAS. S. SEDGWICK, ARCHITECT, MINNEAPOLIS, MI.. .v..,.-.....y.w.., v .,,., w , ,v.v.-. . . . . - bnunc; doom ' r'o'XMVa . ! uvitig boom: jxo' a: PCCCPTIOtTHALtJi l-S0U ' ! -i i ILL. PIAZZA , -t ' . "IIUrT FLOOR FLAX. BASEBALL American League. At Washington R. JS. Washington 7 .'Chicago j i uitiienes lannemu ana Warner; ki Manuel, Owen, Sullivan and Shaw. At Boston R. II. E. i Boston , 2 6 0 Cleveland .-.0 7 0 ( Batteries Prultt anil Criger; Rhoades, Ryan and N. Clarke. I At Philadelphia R. II. E. St. Louis 0 8 0 Philadelphia 2 9 0 j Batteries Howell and Spencer; Bender and Smith. At New York R. II. E. Detroit ...6 8 4 New York 3 9 3 Batteries Mullin and Schmidt; Cheshro, Hogg and Kiel now. National League. - At Pittsburg ' ; ; R. H. E. Pittsburg .". 1 " 8 3 Philadelphia ..7.. 4 6 1 Batteries Willis. Camnitz and Oibson; McQuillen, "Dooin and Jack litsch. Second game ' R. II. K. Pittsburg ... . 5 9 4 Philadelphia 8 10 1 Batteries Leifleld, Young. Phillip. Camnitz, Ievrr, Phelps and O'Con- I nor; Parks and Dooin. At Cincinnati R. H. E. Cincinnati 8 12 2 New York 3 7 6 Hatteries Weimer and Schlei; Mc Ginnity, Wiltse, Malarkey and Bres nahan. At Chicago R. H. E. Chicago 6 11 3 Brooklyn 3 7 3 Batteries Keulbach, Brown and Moran; Bell, Holmes, Ritter and Itergen, f - At st- Louis R II Ist - Louis 7 6 Boston ...2 7 4 Batteries Raymond and Ludwig; Flaherty, Korner and Graham. Coast League. At Portland- R. H. E. Portland 2 San Francisco 6 7 1 and Batteries KJnsella, Whalen Madden; Henley and Lalonge. R. H. E. 7 4 17 2 Oakland 2 Los Angles 12 Batteries: Weight. Hopkins, W. Hogan and Slattery; Gray and II. Ho gan. If the carrier fails to leave The Re publican at your address any day noti fy the office before noon and a spe cial messenger will deliver it. We expect subscribers to get their paper every day in the year, and unless they advise us of poor service we cannot properly serve thevn. PHONE MAIN 47. BMTBT I W WTCHCrt n I vs'xmo J ' it TUB B; d Label s. case against tbem. He meets a woman at the seashore and la Introduced to her. She Is -Mrs. Smith," we will say. He notices the wedding ring on her finger, but she is In half-mourning, which be does not notice. We need not be humbugs In this straight talk, husbands or not, and we kuow that pretty women, especially pretty married women, are the most de sirable' for a harmless, amusing little flirtation at a summer resort. And so, thinking we are quite safe, we Indulge i-,, w. . : rr 4 , Jfc ftB 9 IT SECOJTD FLOOR FLA 51. Cool J I Win m 14 wm n I 3-oxo-o' I I CHAMBER I j J xllo ! - J CKAMEEB I ir- o'x o-o" CLO C LO SATURDAY, SUNDAY, PHOENIX ALL PRESCOTT GRAYS First Game W. S. Goldsworthy, G. A. Masculine Mod Green was the summer color for men last year that Js. for men at summer resorts and lu tennis and boatlug and other summery garb. This year the sum mer bus shown that the two colors so much affected by women have also cap tured men. One Is blue and the other rose color. They are the new and pe culiar shades, however, of these two col ors which are so fashionable for women's gowns and hats, and so on. Von can see these two colors now In every big dry goods store's windows. You will also be seeing tbem In the windows and stores of the gents' furnishers, for hatbands, ties, socks, belts and sashes nud hand kerchiefs are all quite the thing for mid summer when made of these two shades. - A lot of men. uo doubt, will prefer to wear tht-lr college colors us of yore, but still there are many men who do not sport varsity colors. The rose or the blue goes Just us well, and some think better, with a suit of light gray flauuel than with a suit of white. For dress occasions the gray morning i-out has come out this summer as the favorite of the best dressed men. It.v morning coat Is meant the cutaway the tall coat, which for a long time hits been vjiug with the frsck coat us the premier article fur day dress. Many tailors In New York ami else where always call this coat a cutaway. Just as they still refer to the frock coat as a Prince Albert and to the lounge suit as a sack suit. But the old terms are rather dying out and we are generally using the more modern terms of Ibe fashionable sartorial experts. To go back to the gray morning coat. There are several kinds, and all appear to le popular and are all smart and stylish. There Is the ratner full skirted one. with fairly short tails, which fastens at the waistline with one button or a loop and with whbh Is usually worn a white or fancy waistcoat. This Is con sidered a particularly smart coat for the older mau. The trousers frequently are made of the same material The coat affected by the younger and slimmer man fits well and has a dis tinct, but not too pronounced, waistline. In attentions which are meant to be harmless and whlih, to a married wo man, would end with one's departure. And then we suddenly woke up and find ihnt the woman Is a widow. What sre you going to do about it? That's why so many men declare that widows should be laln-led and be forced by custom or law to wear a badge In the shape of a ring or something to proclam tlelr position. Iu strange countries where savages or semlsavages still have their being, all widows are labeled. They have to paint their teeth black or lu some other way dlr-tlgure themselves until remarried. Women, on the other hand, hare a somewhat similar complaint about men. They say that married men ought to be labeled, that they waste mu.-h of th?lr sweetness and time and trouble and go to considerable expense only to find at tho end that the man they have got In tbelr silken mesh Is slready the husband of some other woman. In Germany and France and Italy, and. In fact. In most foreign countries all over the world, married men wear a wedding ring and are proud of It. Why should not the Anglo Saxon, be be American or British, not do the same thing? Widowers would come under the same lucky cstegory of the bachelor and would not be labeled. Off Excursion to LONG LIMIT vs of Championship Series es. It Is worn with a white slip to the waistcoat and also with- a white vest or s light fancy one. A white slip Is not necessary with a fancy vest To get the best effect of a white slip one shonld always wear a dark tie with It. and a double collar goes better than a wing collar with It There Is still another style of morn, lug coot and vest. The coat Is made with rather a small opening at the top and It Is usually buttoned, made of very thin material aud. at this season, worn without a test. A wing collar is worn with It and a bow tie of the butterfly variety. The loops of the bow are outside the coat snd. therefore. the tie must be rather a loog one. No tie pin should be worn. Summer men have all discarded cuffs by now and stiff shirts. The Fhirt with the soft double cuff la worn ahuost ex clusively aud very comfortable they are Indeed to this hot weather. Gray gloves have bad their Inning, until the fall and llght-yellunr gloves are once more the style. ; lines at this time of year are somewhat superfluous, but then we must remember thut there are many occasions, particularly at wed dings, where we must wear, or at least carry, them. The wash leather glove of lust year has rather gone out and the fine suede or kid of a ligbt-blscult color are the things worn. There are some men who know wtant tbey are doing, who have gloves with three black stripes on the back aud an edging of black at the cuff. They are not mourning gloves, either, for the con trast betweea the black and yellow Is very vivid and too much for a funereal pose. As forecssted last spring, the broad colored shoelace Is very fashionable aud ' worn by all dressy men with summer and outing clothes. The straw Alpine, aj well as the llghtwelghted felt Homburg. hats, both with the bow st the bark, sre the favorites for midsummer wear with dressy men. Still, one cannot beat the regular straw bat. It Is cool and comfortable and Inexpensive. EPIGRAMS. Tesslmlsm Is moral Indigestion. The worst fault a human being ran commit Is to be faultless. Facts sre spt to be brutal; even facts about the state of holy matrimony.- One's deserts sre the last thing one hangers after In this world or the next. God made man first; then he made woman; then he felt so sorry for man that be made tobacco. If a man Is fool euougb to put a wom an on a pedestal, he Is bound to pay the price for his folly in the long run. The rules of good breeding must first be mastered before tbey can be grate fully transgressed. The woman who clings to white muslin and sensibility after she has attained years of discretion Is lost. A woman's sense of honor Is rarely her strongest point. Pit her heart against it and the outcome Is only a question of time. g Bachelors know better than anyone how to make themselves and everybody else comfortable. I would always de pend on a roan's Judgment from the choice of furniture to the selection of a bat . STARS W. L. Garver, C. P. & T. A. Zn U II, $3.51