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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1908. .
When you cat toasted corn flakes you may as well get all the benefit of experience in making and of purity, cleanliness and quality in the product Toasted Corn FlaSks lOc a package r !- looks best, tastes, best, is b'est . . ..... H The Quaker Oats Compahy Note; You can breakfast a family for a week on Quaker Oats for the cost of one lamb chop. Healthful economy. To the Patrons of East Lake Park and their friends ft FREE ME HIE ADVANCE GUARD RETURNING DEMOCRATS Sheriff Hayden's Impression of the . Democratic Convention. will be given from 8:30 to 10:30, Tuesday Evening, 14th Inst. (Tonight) - - " ' ' . ' :1 ,. The Massie and Oakes Orchestra will furnish music and our friends are invited to - come and enjoy the evening. Our new stock company, The Ray mond Whitiker Co. consisting of J 4 people, all artists in their line, will ar rive in a few days and we will try to entertain you awaiting their arrival. Possibly another FREE DANCE next Thursday evening. Strictest Order Maintained. Sheriff Hayden returned yesterday morning from Denver where he at tended the democratic national Con vention. He is the first of the return ing Phoenicians. Dr. Hughes and Dr. Dameron will arrive tomorrow. Sellm Mlchelson immediately after the con vention left for Dallas to attend the grand lodge of the Elks. Mr. Harden says that last week was a period of constant excitement at Denver though there was never at any time the slightest doubt asto what would be done in the nomination of a candidate for-the presidency, or the adoption of the platform. All thai was as well known at the beginning of the week as at the end of It. There was at all times more or less speculation as to the running mate I and . all the time also Gray was the J choice of the convention. It was be lieved that with his conservatism he would add greater strength to the ticket than any other man and he would have been nominated even with out his consent If the convention could have been assured that he would not, after it was all over, decline to go on the ticket. At the last moment, before the nom ination of Kern his representatives were visited and asked to give assur ance that Gray would not "throw the party down." They were unable to say that he would run if nominated and then Kern was decided uoon. Towne was always a foremost cand- 1 idate, but there were two obstacles in his way. One was his radicalism and h iff former populism and the other was I the fact that he could not get his solid lielegatiVin. Parker and others held out against him and that was regarded 'as a certain sign that he would not ; attract any conservative support. ! As to the Guffey episode, the sheriff I said that the Guffey delegates had all jthe appearance of regularity on their slffe, but the evidence before the com mittee of credentials left no doubt that the delegates did not represent the majority of the democrats of the six Philadelphia districts which were in contest. The evidence disclosed a condition of things such as exists nowhere else in the country, a condition established by .the late Senator Quary under which there is an understanding between one of the democratic factions and one of the republican factions. There is an arrangement in the state by which the minority party shall be presented on every board or commis sion. Kven the minority is entitled to a certain ratio of certain elective of fices such as justice of the peace. Ever. since this arrangement was puj into -effect the democratic holders of these offices and positions, notwith standing their records as democrats may be all right, are known as Quay democrats. They belong to a faction of the party which may count on republican help in time of need and in turn they are expected to deliver; help to the friend ly faction when it Is needed. In one of the contested districts In Philadelphia, the normal democratic vote !s about SOD. There were cast for the contesting or Bryan delegates more than 600; yet the Guffey dele gates were chosen by a vote of 3500. "Ho attempt was made to deny these figures before the committee on cre dentials. It was . admitted that the -oto had been swelled by many re publicans, or bv manv who had been ! renuhlirans. but who had seen the er ror of their ways and had come over to the democratic party. The committee could not bring itself to believe that such a sweeping conversion was gen uine. ' Mr. Hayden, while at Denver, got the. Impression recently expressed by Chairman Hitchcock of the national republican committee, that the battle ground is to be in the west, that is, in the middle west. On that theory Kern was made candidate for vice president. It Is the Impression of democrats that there is no doubt about Indiana, Ne braska and Kansas; they are hopeful of Illinois and a little less so of Ohio. The New Yorkers brought word that Bryan would 'do well up state and that this year he will receive the cordial support of Tammany in the city. Mr. Hayden gathered from the speeches that there will be no attack upon Roosevelt policies, but that . on the contrary they will be commended throughout the campaign. It is to be contended though by Mr. Bryan and his orators that, though Mr. Taft has the endorsement of the president and has pledged himself to carry out -the Roosevelt policies, the logical man to carry them out, is the man who In vented them, one William Jennings Bryan, of Nebraska, whose name it will be claimed is blown in the neck of the bottle which is non-refillable. A Skin ef Beauty Is a aoy Forever. iR. T. Felix Oouraud't Oriental Cream or Magical Beautfflar. Removes Tan, Pimple. rcckles, Moth I'.tche, Bwti, and bkin Ii?wei, ana every oiemisa od beauty, and de fies detection. It has stood the tet of 60 years, and Is so harmless we tasU it to be sure It Is properly ainle. Accept no counter feit of similar name. Dr. L. A. Havre said to a of the baut ton (a patient) : As you ladles will om them, I recutnmend fHmnil'a Cr tn & th leant harmful of all the skin preparation." K"r sale by all dnicits and Fancy. Geuds Dealers In the United States, Canada and Europe, FERD.T. HOPKINS, Prop, 37 Great Jonet Street New fori as K - a PRESCOTT-PHOENIX BASEBALL SERIES The All-Stars and Grays Matched For Fiva Games Beginning Next Sunday. The Prescott Grays will be in Phoenix ne;t Saturday and Sunday for ball games with the Phoenix All Stars at Eastlake park,' the' games to be called promptly at 3:30 o'clock. The game In Prescott last Saturday and the one planned for the next day, were arranged merely as return games for the last visit of the Prescott team In Phoenix. That squares the courtesies of the situation. The Phoenix City League having served its purpose has disbanded for the season and the slate is now wiped clean. The only thing before the house in a baseball way; is the forthcoming series between the All-Stars and Grays, ar range:", for last Sunday. Five games are proposed. Two will be played here next Saturday and Sunday. The next two will be played in Prescott on the following Saturday and Sunday. The fifth game will be arranged for af ter the other four have been pulled off and the teams know better where they stand and what the conditions are In the local baseball world. It Is a little warm in Phoenix, but it never gets too hot for baseball fans. The All-Stars aggregation Is com posed of twelve Phienix players, cracks from the various teams, or ganized for the purposes of this and any other games they may see fit to play, as successors to the league. They were league players but the league is out 'of business and these players want a little more ball. Messrs. Tebben and Warner of the All-Star aggregation aj-e regarded as the man agers of tne'ft-am and are attending to details.v M-.'VVarntr captained the team Saturday last, and though the game was lost it was a very good one and no disgrace to anybody. There was a little hard luck in Tebben's ab sence, but it was unavoidable and the score might not have been changed even if he had played for the Prescott hunch put up a pretty good front. were on their, home ground and got up fresh and frisky, from their little beds while the Phoenix contingent sweat all the day before and rode the train all night with little sleep. Prescott seems to be enthusiastic over baseball and the summer is the best season for it there. The fans and players all treated the visitors courteously and It is believed the acrimonious past has all been forgot ten and that the. coming series will be a hummer. . .. PAYS i I. Lot 8.50 Skirts at S4.25 Lot 16.50 Skirts at S3.25 Lot $2.25 Skirts at $1.50 Lot 11.50 Skirts at 75 Lot J2.S0 Waists Lot J1.50 WaiHts Lot $1.73 Waists Lot $1.00 Waists S1.43 75 $1.00 G5c COME IN AND LOOK AROUND r a V.. Lot $2.23 Petticoats at $1.50 Lot $1.50 Petticoats at 7Z Lot $1.23 Tctticoats at 65c Lot Trimmed Hats Uit Trimmed Hats Lot Trimmed Hats at $2.25 $3.50 $1.25 J T CAVE CREEK Cave Creek, July 12. (Special Cor respondence of the Republican) The drourl. that has :revailed since May is broken up here. Last Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday refreshing but not co;ious showers fell on the creek from the Phoenix mine to the head of the stream. On Friday a heavy black storm managed to get down to the station and drop In a half-hour 54 hundredths of an inch which soaked In, but little water run ning off. However, as quite a swell came down the creek. It was plain that the tall up stream was much heavier. This storm seemed to go into tatters after passing about four miles south. At that point the. dry atmos phere devoured the clouds and dissi pated the precipitation before It reached the earth. The range Is now in fair condition. Of late years we do not have such spectacular storm and cloud effects nor near so many cloudbursts. Far ther up the creek there are small area and reveal how clouds bursted and in a few moments let down rain drops that would fill a tub, and men The Cool Route In Summer To Los Angeles and San f rancisco Patronize Our Train of Luxnry "THE COAST LIMITED" Leaving Phoenix Every Afternoon at 4:30 p. m. City Time HARVEY MEALS SERVED ON WHEELS ASK US ABOUT IT W. T. GOLDSWORTHY , G. A. W. L. GARVER C. P. & T. A. TOE FAIR 212 East Wash. St. and beast caught in such would prob ably suffocate, because the downfall had displaced all the air. However, cattle seem to have forewarning of such perils and either leave the space or get under deFise foliage that keeps them under a reservoir of air. I have seen dense black storms drift against Black Mountain and go to rags in five minutes. The peak, like a bull calf, sucked and butted out of the storm its fluid and sent it flying in exhausted tatters southward. And the seismic waves (incorrectly named sandstorms) have not passed over this region for three years. These spectacles as viewed from a mountain slope and passing over Paradise and Salt river valleys, are incomparably grand. And what has become of our noxious varmints? Early this spring a few rattlers and hydrophobia skunks carne out to inquire If Arizona had been admitted to the Union. Informed that it was in statu quo, they ex claimed: "Well, Los Estados Unidos for us!" 1 have not seen a Gila monster for three years, nor a taran tula. Seldom now does the common pole cat call, and scorpions and cen tipedes are not any more encoun tered. Glory be! Let them stay In the United States, and Arizona stay out. Apparently some of our wild cats have been attending the late na tional conventions, and God forbid j their return. It is true that these ! venomous things are conspicuous by their absence. Late reports of the crazy noises at Denver and at Chicago indicate that some of our mountain lions and wild cats were metamor phosed into yelling delegates. "Those from this region were singing against injunctions against themselves and the same for Mrs. Cooney, our Diana. Since she went to the coast wild cats are becoming bolder and more num erous. The Phoenix mine is yet !n opera tion. We are eagerly anticipating the promised resumption of development on the Ren Hur. A little later the Mormon Girl may resume. The resources of this resion may be estimated from this account. Last October 1 a money order privilege was ordered for this postoffice against the advice of the postmaster and some of its patrons, for no business of that sort worth mentioning was expected. The first money order was drawn in the last week of November and since then the postmaster his sent to his de pository and paid on orders received rather more than $100 per month. That is something to offset the sum mer quiet here. The postmaster is rapidly failing in health and after nearly twelve years' service is gloom ily anticipating the near future. I was surprised to read of the re cent death of Sir. Bunco, late of the Phoenix postal service. He was up here for a few weeks and went away looking as if he might eventually re cover. What a Moloch is tuberculo sis! Three of these victims lingered here last winter until they felt the hand of death'on them and still they hoped. One we got into the Sisters' hospital but a few hours before he died; another entrained for his home and the third, after, leaving here, hid himself in a cheap lodging house of Phoenix, where on my request the Franciscan brothers found him. took him In and revived him so' that he might return home to die. Father Xovatus lias written me that he wants to be advised of all Catholic tuberculosis victims In the regions around" Phoenix who may be in needy circumstances, so that he can admin i1er to their bodily and spiritual needs. Father Novatus la a pious, energetic and generous priest, to whom the sick and dying can confi dently apply for bodily and spiritual relief. :; Personal Mention Those registering at the Hotel Ad ams yesterday were: "L. S. Stillman, M. Stillman. New York; Tom camp bell, Prescott; Frank K. Curley, Tuc son; J. S. Rogers, New York; H. G. Hold. Denver; O. Longacre, Jr., Los Angeles; K. J. Dryman, S. F. P. & P. Frank 15. Good of the Fortuna mine and F. L. Zander of Denver registered at the Ford hotel yesterday. LODGE MEETING POSTPONED Contrary to the plans made at the last meeting of the Fraternal Brother hood, there will be no meeting of the members tonight. The reason will be satisfactorily explained to nil members present at lodge a week from tonight. o If the carrier fails to leave The Re publican at your address any day noti fy us before noon and a special mes senger will deliver it. We expect sub scribers to get their paper every day in the year, and unless they advise us of poor service we cannot properly serve them. PHONE MAIN 47. P)AILY fASHION YALKS TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. The following , transcripts of the rec ords t the offices of the district clerk, theprobate ?ourt and the county re corder are furnished by the Arizona Abstract & Title Company. The records for yesterday were: RECORDER'S OFFICE. Ira A. Moore and wife to John M MesSinger, lots 10, 11, block 30, Glendale. E. B. Kearley and wife to Charles W. Baldwin, southeast quarter of northeast quarter 8-1N-5E. Henry Kettman and wife to James Helmer, lot 2, Sunderland's sub. H. M. Montgomery to E. J. Bennltt, lots 1 and 2, block 3, Porter & Bax ter's sub. A. S. Estill et al to E. J. Bennltt. northeast quarter 1-1N-3E. C. L. Montgomery to E. J. Bennitt, Y MAY M ANTON A SIMPLE SUMMER FROCK. Fl RETTY bordered stuffs of the simplest possible kind are being extensively: ' used for little girls' dresses Just now and this one is pretty and dainty a Yet so easy to make that not even the busiest mother need be alarmed: Met- ' , . thereby. It can! be worn over any ; gufo-.pe. either a ! fancy one as & illustrated or a simpler of lingerie materi al. The oven blouse is tucked over the shoul ders while thd little skirt iai made with twoi flounces, t bet lower of whicU is Joined to m gored foundaH tion while thd upper one fear-j ranged over 1U The belt cco- nects the blousd with the skirt' and it can be' left plain oei trimmed with"! ribbon bows, or a sash can be' worn over it asi liked. Embroi-i dered flouncing; makes an ex-i ceedingly pretty and somewhat elaborate dress and plain mate rials can be trimmed at their edges and con sequently every-! thing seasonable can be utilized For a girt of I ten years of age4 will be required j 5'A yards ofi bordered mate-i rial 13 inches j wide with 51 yards S inches wide, yard of plain material 32; or 6'4 yards of plain material 24, A yards 32 or 3i yards 44 Inches wide. Ai May Manton; pattern, N o i 6056. fee to 12 years, will be mailed to any address by the Fashion Efeprt ment of this paper on receipt of ten cents. (If in haste send an additional two ' cent stamp for letter postage which insures more prompt delivery.) FILL OUT THIS BLANK. .130. ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, Thoenix, Arizona. Please order for me, 10 cents herewith to cover your charges: Pattern No Size .... Name Address NOTE: These Patterns are ordered for you from Chicago and re quire about 10 days to get them to you. northeast quarter 1-1N-3E.