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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING,. JULY 1C, 1908. 411 11 ill lllll'lM II I I it I1 l"M - Tempe Department F. W. GRIFFEtf , Manager MiHH-M 1 H 1 I I I I 1 11 M M..M....M"M"l.M"H. II UlllM 1 M 1"! "1 FOR THAT TIRED FEELING TAKE - A. D. S. Malt Extract, a medicinal summer tonic, regular price 35c; our price 25c. To be had ONLY at HARMER'S DRUG STORE If you can't come, phone 171. If You want a delicious Ice Cream Soda, Call on us. LAIRD & DINES Phone LILY A HOME For Sale by MANUFACTURED AT Hamilton Brown Shoes We are the sole agent on the south side for this make of Shoes. LUKIN CASH STORE l.lI,,l.lAJ,,t,ll ii.iit .t .t. t, t..t. .t..t ,i, .g. .i. .t. .g. ,i. .m-! ! t Ladies and Children Shoes, regular $J.50, grades go at HYDER t TEMPE, - fr.HH,.H,.t..HH..HHH ! I 1 H-H' .l - MORE STORM NOTES ONE KIND AND ANOTHER The Storm of Sunday Will Soon Be a Matter of History. Tempe and vlncinlty is fast again assuming a normal aspect after the worst storm in its history. Roads are fast being cleaned up, yards have been raked clean of trash, ranches and leaves and the work of repairing houses, barns and fences is going on. At the creamery one smokestack was up and readjusted Tuesday evening and by a lot of hard night work, the Ice machinery was started again be fore morning. The usual morning whistle yesterday was a prolonged one in honor of the occasion. "Encouraging as this may seem, however, there yet remains a great deal to be done before the plant will be in full operation. It will be the last of the week more than - likely before all the milk can be han dled and the condenser started again. It has cost the creamery company a good sum1 in repairs and still more in loss, of rotlk which had .to be turned away. Fortunately for the dairymen, the Mesa creamery was able to take most of the surplus and the farmers did not lose a great deal by the acci dent. In town things are getting pretty well shaped up again. Most of the electric light work was finished yes terday and the town. Is fell lighted y again. Telephone service has been re established on most of the lines. Af fairs of more or less humor crop out from time to time which had to do with the storm Sunday evening. J. W. . Parry was out of town during the baby cyclone and upon his return drove his rig up to a new stable he had finished. A FEW TRIOS FOR 8ALE Of thoroughbred stoclj Mo eggs for hatching during summer. Prices apon application. Calla Dale Poultry Farm; Tempe. Ariz. COME TO ME for tracts of 5 acres, 10 acres, 15 acres and 20 acres. In fact almost anything you may desire in the way of real estate. R. A. WINDES, Real Estate, Loan and Insurance Agent Tempe, - - Arizona. WM. JENNINGS BRYAN speaks at our office through the Edi son Phonograph on the important is sues before the American people. Come and hear him. $1.00 a week buys an Edison or Victor. G. A. GOODWIN NOVELTY STORE. M"M"! t"l"H"H""H"H"H-H"H-'H"H- CORNER DRUG STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA 231 MILK PRODUCT. all Grocers TEMPE, ARIZONA : s White Canvas : $1,75 and $2.00 : 75 C BROS. t - ARIZONA M - M - l - M "M "H"H "M-i-M-H-fr-H-W- a few days before. To . his surprise there was no stable there. He started on a tour of investigation and found it in a neighbor's yard. In the light of other events of the evening, the neighbor was exonerated from all blame. It is said that Dai"e Teeter, who was at the slaughter house when the storm came up. spent the next hour trying to get a line on a hat he possessed be fore the breeze struolc him. He never found a trace of it. A report was cur rent here yesterday that the Hole-In-the-Rock was ruined as an attraction for tourists, the hole having been blown away. The report was run down and found to be without foundation. The only two accidents to residents turned out much less seriously than might be Supposed. Byron Redden was about the day following the storm but still carries black and blue spots as. evidence of the terrific force of the hail. Wiley Hanson, who suffered a dislocated arm by being on 'top of a wagon that was blown over. Is getting along nicely. LITTLE GIRL GETTING WELL. A Letter From the Cole Family Tells Story of the Accident. Dr. Dines was yesterday in receipt of a letter from the Pink Cole family conveying the information that the little girl, who was so seriously Injured a week ago, was recovering as well as could be expected and It Is not antici pated that there will be any serious consequences. According to the letter, the accident happened In this wise; The family were Just leaving Payson and the little girl was on the high front seat. The breaking of a spring precip itated her to the ground under the front wheel and before the team could be stopped the front and rear wheel of the heavily loaded. ' wagon passed over her body. As related in a special message to this paper the day follow ing the accident, she suffered a brok- CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE CHANCES? ' You don't when you deal with FRANK LA MONTE, Optician. Jeweler. ii 1 1 in h mi in i it i ! i FOR YOUR STOMACH'S f SAKE EAT THE BEST ONLY, AS THE BEST ALWAYS SAVES YOUR HEALTH. PARRY'S CASH STORE, TEMPE. 1 1 rHIIHiHtlHlrHH 1 1 II' III H I ! i HllWfl -M-M ! "l"l"l' - "I - I"l"M"H ! '1 "I '1 1 "1-1 -1-M' fen arm, .a severe scalp wound and a slight skull fracture. A cowboy made , a record-breaking ride to Roosevelt for a physician and thanks to his good care, the little one is now well on the road to recovery. WANTS WATER MAIN RUN TO NEW DEPOT Work Ha Actually Been Started To ward Moving the New Depot. A gang is now engaged in filling In with gravel, the site of the new union depot. While the bridge and building party has not ret arrtved. it Is antici pated that this outfit will be here to day it has been delayed a little by other work as it was expected that the work would be well under way by this time. It Is understood that the railroad company is instituting negotiations with the city for a water main to the depot but It is also understood that the council does not look with special favor upon the project. In fact three members of the council have expresseJ themselves as emphatically opposed to any such move. Considerable money has nlready iieen sjent by the city in constructing water ma'ns to the rail roads and it l.as not proved a paying proposition. The roads have not used enough .water to make it an object. Since the abandonment of the P. & E. depot some time ago, the city has had a fifty dollar water meter lying idle near the old depot and unless the rail road will agree to use a certain quan tity of water monthly, ft is not likely that the city will entertain the thought of constructing another line. Finch and Carr, undertakers and em balmers. Tempe, phones, 131 Finch; and 179, Carr. A GREAT MELON PATCH. Tom Goodwin Has Solved the Problem of Killing Johnson Grass. A patch of water melons, three acre In extent, from which 1100 melons were picked in two days, is what Tom Goodwin boasts. That In its self may mt be an unusual thing in this coun try' but the fact that the patch less than a year ago was six feet high in Johnson grass speaks well for the in dustry of the man who grew the mel ons. Mr. Goodwin says he has solved the problem of combatting this grass. It Is simply, work, work an.l some more work. He began by thoroughly plowing -the patch, then after the mel ons were planted he got busy with a hoe and has kept busy ever since with the result that the grass has been pret ty well killed out and he got a splendid crop of melons. The hailstorm of Sun day night did some damage and con siderably lessened the total output of the patch, but at the same time the yield ias been a very satisfactory one. READY FOR CAMP. C company is making preparations to sent Its quoto of men to Camp Rrodie next week to spend a few weeks in target practice before the national shoot at Camp Perry. It has not yet been announced who will leave Tempe for Camp Rrodie but there will be six men for duty and four team men. The party will leave here In, the morning of the 22nd. COMMITTEE APPOINTED. A meeting of the tempe board of trade was called for Tuesday evening but a quorum failed to attend. How ever, the business of the occasion was transacted by the selection of a com mittee consisting of W. E. Geach, C P. Mullen and Theo. Dickinson to work with the Mesa and Phoenix chambers of commerce In the preparation of an exhibit from the Salt river valley to be displayed at the National Irriga tion Congress which convenes in Al buquerque, New Mexico In September. ber. MAKING GOOD PROGRESS. Word has been received here from Myrop Sturgeon and Rodney Talmadge to the effect that they had reached Government Wells on their way to the mountains. Considering the fact that the boys were traveling on foot with two pack burros and had lost some time on account of the rain, they have been making pretty good headway. NOTES AND PERSONALS. C. N. Stewart received a telegram advising him of the death of his great aunt, Sarah Darrow of Springfield, Ohio, at the advanced age of 88. Mrs. C. Nichols is visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fellows. J. C. Chilson and the Robbin family leave today for Sun Flower. Andrew Nielson returned Tuesday from a trip to Prescott and in company with Howard Woods left that same evening for Silver Rell and vicinity. A building is shortly to be erected between the Tomlinson and Goodwin buildings on Mill avenue. It will be occupied by a Mr. Undejwood from Mesa who will conduct a barbecued meat shop and a vegetable stand. Orrin Standage left yesterday for Globe and other points in that section. He will be absent a couple of weeks. The ladies of the M. E. church, south, will serve ice cream and cake on the lawn of the M. E. church tomor row evening for the benefit of the new parsonage. o- PersoneJ Mention Among the guests registered at the Commercial yesterday were F. A. Tophagen of San Francisco; J. J. Col line and wife of WJnsiow; Frank W. L Moore of Los-Angeles; G. R. Reynolds of Brooylyn. N. Y.; H. R. Jalkel of New York; William Menke of San Francisco and George Hamlin of the Relief Mine. X A STORY FOR SOUTH SI DERS f ' Installment No. 2. The Republican's exposure of the evening paper-s effort to XT mane an Associated iJress tei- effrmih Rprvirp nf !t(IO words six days in the week, take the X place of 1500 words, produced the expected howl in which" a column of "space was used in trying to' prove that with the 500 words and a few col umns of articles of incorpora tion, that sheet was still a newspaper. In the manifesto however, not a word was said of the disappearance of this most prominent part tft its former news service. Silence is , an acknowledgment .' of the truth 'of 'the ' charge always. In a case of this kind. Truth can not be hid by resorting to measurements and comparisons of otheV things that are equally as faulty. Anybody can see that one line of The Republi can's type occupies only about half as much space as a line of type in the Gazette and If "The Republican's 3500 words of telegraph which comes every day in the year were set in Gazette tyie with Gazette head lines it would fill more space than that paper has ever given to news of all classes, includ ing articles of incorporation, Its most attractive feature. No body will be fooled by such tactics. It is nerfectlv nroner that the X Gazette should devote a portion of its space to iempu aim Mesa, as The Republican has been doing for over ten years past, and it Is perfectly proper that Tempe and Mesa should show their appreciation by their -patronage, but it is very Improper for any newspaper to secure business on the strength of giving a news service and then proceed o cut off the ser vice as soon as the business is secured. More Lirtcolniana. i Jesse W. Weilc. one of the co workers of Herndon & Weik's "Ufe of Lincoln, has written for the June Century the story, of Lincoln's vote for ice uresident In the Philadelphia con vention of 1856, quoting a hitherto un- nnhlisnied letter of W . B. Arelier, the man who; ft :apiears. is entitled to the credit of first suggesting Mr. Lin coln for the office. Mr. Lincoln was not in Philadelphia at the time, but was in Illinois following junge ij.hi around the clmflt, and Mr. Weik quotes him as saying, when tout inai le had received 110 votes for vice- president: Surelv it ain't me; there s another great man named Lincoln down in Massachusetts. I reckon it s him. o WE RECOMMEND SEXINE PILLS. It makes no difference what is the cause of one's weakness. If it be a tonic that- Is needed, Sexine Pills will do more than any other tonic. They are the one ionic xnui strikes at the bottom of all Weakness the nerve centers. They send new vitality bounding through the . body. producing a glow anil tingle mat re vive the languid-nrgies of. youth. c.vinn pin Ix-trin by bringing quiei repose to fluttering nerves, and in ducing restful and reiresning Me,-,,. i-io i a box: six boxes . wren full guarantee-.- jAddress or call on Elvey A Hulett,' where they sell all the principal "remedies and do not substitute. PHILADELPHIANS DEFEATED. Southampton, July 15. The cricket .. w... fhe Hnmoshire county team and the Gentlemen of Philadel phia continued here today. I ne Anie. lcan side went out with 152 runs, los ing the match by thirty-six runs. Nervous women should profit by Mrs. Barton's experience with Lydia K. Pinkham's Compound. Mrs. Helen Barton, of 27 Tear son btreet, Chicago, 111, writes to Mrs. Finkhamt 1 was all f uri-down, and on the Terg of nervous prostration from overwork and worry, and ill in bed, when I be pan taking- Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. After I had taken it a week I commenced to get better. I continued its use, my nervous trouble disappeared, and lam completely restored to health. I hope Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will benefit other women as it has me." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. llnk ham's Vegetable Compound, made' from roots and herbs, has been tha standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bearing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges tion,dizziness,or nervous prostration. Why don't you try it? Mrs. Plnkham invites all sick women to write ber for advice. Bbe baa guided . thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Mass. MffrfrM-H-M"!"! 8H Hit 1 It s'l - Mesa Department W, H.HOGLE, Manager T IWO YtAR CONfRACT " WIIH ELECTRIC CO. Arrangement Entered Into By City Council on Tuesday Night. The city council met in regular ses sion on Tuesday evening last In the town hall, with a full attendance of the members. Many i Important mat- ters relating to affairs of the.Gqm City were taken up and disposedv,of. Among the most prominent of .these was the allowing of a two ysai con- tract with the Mesa Light & Power company, and the consideration o( the bond issue. - H. L. Chandler of the Mesa Light and Power company, was informed that the plan under consideration at the previous meeting of the council for letting a five year contract to the company for the lighting of the town, was to be reconsidered, as a petition calling for a two year contract, had been circulated among the citizens and business, men here, and it. was ascer tained that by far the larger per cent of these favored the allowing of the two year contract only, which was ac cepted by Mr. Chandler. Under the contract for this term of years, it is agreed that tho same equipment be Diaitained as it now is, with the ex ception of the arc light at the juncture of Main and Center streets, .which Is to be replaced with a new arc light. The matter is now settled satisfactory to a majority of the citizens here, as a two year contract with the company Is considered more practicable than one for the term of five years would have been. In the matter of the bonds to be is sued for the purpose of installing city water works, a resolution for the dis posal of these was read, which pro vides for the bonds to be issued in certificates of the denomination of $1000 each: these to bear six per cent interest. The bids for thesw will be received through the town clerk, A. A. Jones, up to T o'clock p. m., on Au gust 4th. 1908. and will be opened 4n September 22nd. The bonds are to run for twenty years beginning Au gust 1st, 1908, with the privilege of paying $10,000 per annum on the principle from and after the first ten years after the date thereof; the in terest payable semi-annually. The council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. The account of Judge L. V. Guthrie was submitted for fines collected and arrests made during the past wintyr. Thf:i, however, was not accepted owing to a misunderstanding as to some technical points regarding the author ity vested In the city in accepting these reports. A motion was made by Councilman "Cerney that the city attorney, Geore W. Silverthorn be authorized to consult with the district attorney in this matter and that an itemized state ment from the justice be handed in at the next meeting of the council. , In the matter of accepting the ce ment worV recently done on the main streets of the city, the mayor appoint- i ,1, ,t. .i. t, ,t.,i, ,;, ,;, ,, ,;!, t, j, ,t, ,;, ,t, ,t, ,t.,ii, ,t, ,t. I MESA ADVERTISEMENTS 1 l,,i,,i,,;,H,..,i,t.,iii1i,;.,a,.1I, n,,;. IT WILL HEAL SORES QUICKLY. Legear's Antiseptic Powdor HOLLADAY'S PHARMACY. Orders delivered anywhere in the city. MESA HOTEL. European plan. Large, clean, airy rooms. Splendid dining room In con nection, . under the direction of Mrn. A. W. Cornett. L. V. GUTHRIE, Proprietor ? 1 1 1 1 l l-M rUM 1 1 1- "l"M"H"t"l- DK. R. A. A I TON, Medical Pirertor of the Vita Xeiiva Minnrel Springs, ami the Hi Ln Zone Medical '. of Phoe nix and l.ofi Angele. will le in Mesa at the A I ham lira on Wednesday of each week. We make a upecialty oi chronic ciiaeaen. ,!!!, inH"M"H"H 'H 1 H"H"H"M"1- ! 20 acres, share Utah water, J1000 brick house, 2 wells cased ISO ft. deep, good shade orchard all fenced, acres in garden. Price $3500.00. '' 160 acres at $50.00 per acre. lot acres can be irrigated under Mesa canal balance under New Gov't, canal Joins land held at $150.00 per acre. Also G, 10. 20, 40, 80, 160 acre tracts, Money to Loan. Pomeroy-Guthrie Realty Co. Oldest Agency in Mesa. 1st door east of P.O- Mesa, Arizona, THE ALHAMBRA Mesa's First-Class Hotel. Coolest Dining Room In the valley. Special Sunday evening dinners. All stages leave the hotel "every morning except Sundays. Bus meets all trains. D. J. McCAULLEY, Proprietor. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. Leaves Mesa at 6 a.m. dally except Sunday; gets to- Roosevelt In 10 hours, 5 relays, and the grandest scenic stage route in America. "Go over Fish Creek Hill first" Fare S6.0O. ; Also stage connections to Globe, Payson and other towns. Phone for information. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. Mesa.. Arizona. M - l 1 H HHI 1 14 - H - W"M"H - H"H ed a street committee to see if the work had been satisfactorily done, and if in their opinion such was the case, the balance of the account due the contractors should be paid. The ap pointment of the committee was due to the fact that there has been some objection on the part of property holders as to the manner in which the Work had been done. The commit tee was directed to report, at the next meeting. The pump committee, represented by F. W. Cerney, reported that repairs needed on - the city pump had been mate, and that it was now in good working order. M. P. Holladay made a complaint in the matter of paving two licenses for carrying on a drug business, one of these reading "lirugs," and the other "Merchandise." Mr. Holladay con tended that he should not be required' to pay two licenses, when others en gaged in the same enterprises, were only paying one. During the discus sion on the subject, the question was raised as to why a druggist should be required to pay a merchant's license, any more than a merchant carrying patent medicines and other drugs, should not be compelled to pay a druggist's license. The matter was finally 'aid on the table until the next meeting night. James Daley, proprietor of the Spider Web Pool Hall was present at the meeting, submitted the question as to why boys of the. age of eighteen years and over could not be permitted to play pool In Mesa, when they were allowed to do so in other towns sur rounding here. He was asked to pre pare a petition and submit it to the residents, and should he receive a ma jority of signatures favoring this, to bring the same to the city council, for action. Tuesday evening was the first time in several years that Mesa was with out a police force, as all of those act ing in that capacity were discharged, and new ones appointed by the mayor yesterday. KEW RURAL R0U1E MESA POST OFFICE Matter Under Consideration By Cham ber of Commerce. The regular meeting of the Mesa Chamber of Commerce was held In its rooms on Tuesday evening last. Al though several . of the members were absent, several important measures were acted upon. Among these being the adding of another rural mail route to the Mesa City post office. There are several families liv ing in the district between Mesa and Tempe who are not at present being served by. the rural carriers of either place, and it is understood that there are a great many whose mail is now carried from Tempe, who would rather have it distributed from the Mesa of fice. - . . A committee was ap.ointed to act In conjunction with Postmaster New ell to work to this end, ami together draw im a petition, this to be signed by the residents of this district as well as several others who could be brought under the proposed route the same to be sent to the postmaster general a1! Washington. D. C. ' In the matter of making a military organization of the Mesa band, it was l.tarned that this would be practically iinuosiiible until the regiment has mustered twelve companies. The secretary was notified to send five hundred copies of the pamphiets containing data regarding Mesa, to the Hollenbeck hotel which Is located in Los Angeles, California. This hostelry more than any other perhaps In that city is a rendezvous for Arizonians and those interested in this territory. DEATH OF SMALL CHILD. The little three months' old chold of Mrs. C. P. Rogers, died suddenly Tuesday afternoon, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Hutchinson here. The little one had been ailing for some time with the whooping cough, but up to a few moments previous to its death, was not thought to be in dan ger. Mrs. Rogers, whose home Is in California, was here as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Brass, and came In town on Monday so that the child coull receive direct medical treatment. The remains will be shipped to the parents' home In California for inter ment. LOSES VALUABLE COW. A fine milch cow, belonging to the herd of George Ellsworth was injured by being run over by the engine which was switching on the belt line north of town yesterday morning. The cow's leg was broken and had to be shot. Mr. Ellsworth's little son Paul was driving the cows to pasture, when sev eral of the herd got on the tracks. The engine made but little noise in coming around the southeast curve and the boy succeeded In getting all of them off. excepting one. AT THE HOTELS. The Alhambra H. L. Smith, San Francisco; William Merky, San Fran- - - M I -H' i 1 ,H1M44HH Cisco; Thomas Rogers, Roosevelt, W. I. McMurline, Roosevelt; J. E. Jones and C. R. Clark, Phoenix. The Mesa Mary R. Saunders, Fred Farrar, Corona, Calif.; Byron Johnson, Ontario, Canada; H. L. Gates, eMsa; T. C. Eagan and wife, Florence; W. Lill. DANCE AT VANCE AUDITORIUM. There will be another of the popular dances given at the Vance Auditorium on Saturday night next. "The fine floor and" mirSic furnished there, are draw ing large crowds each Saturday even ing. This, together with the cool even ings of late, all tend to make the dances given tb.ere yexy . popular." SIMPLE WASH CURES ECZEMA. Itching, Burning Skin Disease Routed Without Use of Injurious Drugs. Great Inventors often have been praised for surrendering the secrets of their discoveries. Practically the same thing happened - in the medical world In' the case of Dr. Decatur D. Dennis, the eminent skin specialist of Chicago. Dr. Dennis, in his own office prac tice, discovered that pure vegetable oil of wintergreen, properly mixed with other simple remedies was prac tically a sure specific for eczema, psoriasis, barber's itch, salt rheum and other itching skin diseases. But the oil of wintergreen alone was found Ineffective. It required other mild ingredients such as glycerine and thymol compounded with the wintergreen, to produce the real ec zema cure. This compounded D. D. D. Pre scription positively takes away the itch at once the Instant it is ap plied to the skin. This vegetable liquid does away with deleterious drugs so long used in an attempt to doctor the blood; whereas modern science has determined that eczema is first and all the time a skin dis ease. If you want to know more about the merits of D. D. D. Prescription, call at our store. We vouch for this remedy. Elvey & Hulett. 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. Wo expect subscribers 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. To Whom it May Concern: This Is to certify that mv wife, Eulalia Castrode Martinez has left my bed and board and tht I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by her. R. MARTINEZ. Fourpaugh, Arizona. PTnpnSATi? FOR SUPPLIES. Phoenix. Arizona, June 22. 1908. Sealed nrnnnralH. nlalnlv marked on the out side of the envelope "Proposals for Supplies," and addressed to the under- Riemert at Phoenix. Arizona, will be re ceived at the Phoenix Indian School until 2 o'clock p. m.. Wednesday, July ion. for fnrnishine and delivering as required during the fiscal year end ing June 30, 1909, about 90,000 lbs. po tatoes, 15,0u0 lbs. onions, 6,000 lbs. ap ricots and grapes, 1.000 lbs. crackers, so rases canned corn. 5.000 lbs. seed barley, 80 lbs. alfalfa seed, 125 reams book paper. 1,000 electric lamps. ll gals, lubricating oil, a quantity of hiiilders hardware, tools, etc.. as per specifications obtainable at school. The supplies furnished under contract will be subject to rigid Inspection, ine right is reserved to reject any or all bids, or any part of a bid, ir deemea for the best interests of the eervlce. r"neh hid must be accompanied by a certified check or draft on some United States depository or solvent naTlonal hunk m.Kle navabto to the order of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for nt least S ner cent of the bid. which check or draft shall be forfeited to trie I'-.ited States in case a bidder receiv ing an award shall fail to execute i.romr.tiv sl satlsfnctorv-contract in ac cordance with his bid, otherwise to be returned to the bidder. Bids accom panied by cash In lieu of certified t heck will not be considered. For fur ther Ir formation apply to Charles W. Goodman Sunerintendent. THE HARQUA-HALA COMPANY. MINING Ironwood, Michigan. July 10, 1908. To the Stockholders of The Harqua- Hala Mining Company: You are hereby notified that a spe cial meeting of the stockholders of the Harqua-Hala Mining company will be held in the parlors of the Adams hotel. In the City of Phoenix, Arizona, on MONDAY, the tenth day of AUGUST. A. D., 1908, at the hour of tvo o'clock in the afternoon, for the following pur poses, viz : 1st. To elect a board of seven di rectors to hold office until the next annual meeting. 2nd. To amend paragraph Three of the Articles of Incorporation, so as to Increase the capital stor of said Cor poration from $1,000,000.00 to $2,000,- ' 000.00,. divided Into 200,000 shares of the par value of $10.00 each. 3rd. To amend paragraph Six of the Articles of Incorporation of the said corporation, so as to authorize said corporation to Incur indebtedness or liability ef $1,000,000.00 and that the highest amount ot indebtedness or lia bility to which said corporation shall at any time subject itself shall not ex ceed the sum of $1,000,000.00. 4th. To adopt By-laws for said corporation. 5th. In the event that you are not able to be personally present at the meeting, kindly sign and mail at once the enclosed proxy to the Harqua Hala Mining Company, Ironwood. Michigan. ELVEN T. LARSON, President.