TITE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN MONDAY MORXIXCi, JULY 20, IDOS.
Twenty Dollars for Two
f i' t J
The Tubular is
cream separator made,
to take it all upart and
one to three times each year in
124-126 East Washington
Southern California Advertisements.
LONG BEACH SANITARIUM, Long Beach, Cat. A medical and surgical
sanitarium conducted on the great HATTLK CHEEK-SANITARIUM plan.
Overlooks the ocean. yl'IET, KEFIXED and MODERN. Spacious roof
garden and sun parlor. Tennis and other outdoor amusements. Ideal
place to go for rest, recreation or recuperation. Visitors welcome. Get
off car at Tenth street. Special summer rates. Booklet free. V. RAY
THE NEW ROSSLYN gg. THE NATTICK HOUSE
443 South Main St,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
RATES: European, 75c
to $2. American, $1.50 to
A, C BiUcke. 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 well equipped medical and surgi
cal establishment, like Rattle Creek Sanitarium. Absolutely the only sani
tarium in Southern California having a cool summer climate: every day
delightfully sunny. Overlooking San Diego I!ay and the Pacific. Booklet
at Republican office or by writing II. W. Lindsay, Mgr, National City, CaL
AGNEW SANITARIUM, San Diego, California. Handsomest and best
equipped establishment of its kic.d 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. Writ-Air particulars or secure pamphlet at The Re
publican office. r
SANTA C ATA LIN A ISLAND
GREATEST FISHING TOURNAMENTS. 1
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 Dlan.
ISLAND VILLA HOTEL Rooms single, $3.00 per week upwards;
$8.00 for two.
WRITE FOR INTERESTING PRINTED MATTER.
BANNING COMPANY, 104 Pacific Electric Builing, Los Anegles, Calif.
202 No. Broadway, Los Angeles.
Elegantly furnished housekeeping
suites, buffet kitchens, private baths,
etc Single room with private bath
$1.00 kt day up. Running hot and
cold water. Every modern conven
ience. HOTEL BROADWAY COURT.
207 No. Broadway, Los Angeles.
High, Cool and Comfortable. Rooms
with running hot water, 5c and 75c
per day up. Housekeeping suites
completely furnished, $16 month up.
Baths, phones, elevator, etc. Strictly
IN HEW QUARTERS
We are now located
in our new quarters
at the corner of "
Second Streets, just
opposite the old stand
You would not trade twenty dollars
worth of butter for two dollars worth of
veal. Yet I can name bright farmers, right
in this ncighltorhiMtd, who feed young' stock
butter fat worth 25 to 35 cents a pound,
when oil meal would be just as good for
them. If you feed milK set and skimmed
by hand, you are , leaving one-quarter to
one half the butter fat in the milk. You
are feeding valuable butter to produce
cheap calf fat or pig fat. Gentlemen, that
THE SHARPLES TUBULAR
save that cream stop that loss and
you that much ahead. Come and see
Tubular. Let me explain how and
it's the cleanest skimming, lightest
durable and easfest handled
very simple. I'll be pleased
how it will pay for itself
increased dairy profits.
123-125 East. Adams.
First and Main Sts,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
RATES: American, $1.50
to $2.50. European, 50c to
BEFORE GOING AWAY
Arrange to have the Dally 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
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 them. PHONE
OCEAN YACM RACE
COMES TO AN END
After Making Time Allowance the
Lurline Declared the Winner.
Honolulu. July 19. Gwendolyn II.
of the Seattle Yacht Club, Lady
Maud of the San Diego Yucht Club
and the Hawaii of the Hawaii Yacht
Club, three of the four contestants
in the ocean race from San Pedro to
this ort, arrived today in the order
Computations have not yet been
made, but it is thought that the race
was won by the Lurline of the South
Coast Yacht Club, which arrived yes
terday. The Lurline crossed the
finish line yesterday at 9:43 a.m.,
making the time of 14 days 21 hours
and 40 minutes from San Pedro.
LURLINE THE VICTOR.
' Honolulu, July 19. After a com
rtutation of the time made by each
of the vessels and taking out han
dicap ailowances, the officials today
declared that the yacht Lurline of
the South Coast Yacht Club was the
victor In the trans-Pacific yacht
race from San Pedro to this port.
The corrected time of the yachts
Is as follows: Lurline, 33 days 21
hours 31 minutes and 43 seconds:
Gwendolyn II., 14 days 4 hours 7
minutes and 8 seconds; Lady Maud,
14 days 16 hours 57 minutes and
9 2-5 seconds; Hawaii, 14 days 18
hours and 46 minutes., .
At Chicago It. 1 1. K.
Chicago - '
Boston 6 2
Batteries Overall, Lnndgren and
Moran; Flaherty and Graham.
At Cincinnati R- II. K.
Cincinnati 4 9 4
Batteries Ewing and Schlei; Mc
Quillen, Moren and Ifcmin.
At St. Louis R- H E.
St. Louis 15 4
New York 6 16 4
Batteries Kargcr and Bliss; Mc
Ginnity, Crandall and Bresnahan.
At San Francisco It. H. K.
San Francisco 1 '
Oakland 8 11 -
Batteries Henley, Salisbury ami
IaLonge; Hardy and Lewis.
Afternoon game R- H- E.
an Francisco ?
Oakland s 11 -
Batteries Sutor and Berry; Dollar
At Portland R- U- K-
r.,rtlnn,l 3 6 5
Los Angeles 9 H '
Batteries Kinsella, urancy aim
Madden; Hosp, Nagle and Hogan
DOWNFALL OF GOVERNMENT.
According to a Phophecy of Thir
Munich, July 1S. Dire disasters are
in store for the kaiser if the prophets
of old are to be believed. Attention
has just been callod in a Munich paper
to the prophecy made in the 13th cen
tury by the monk Hermann concern
ing the future of the fatherland. His
work written In Latin and entitled
"Vaticinium Lehninscnse" contains
forecasts of the battle of Jena and of
the reconstitution of Germany in 1SU.
He also foretells the downfall of the
llohenzpllern dynasty, making .the
present emperor the last of his line.
In verses 93 and 94 of the Latin
manuscript it Is written. "At last the
sceptre Is In the hands of him who
will be the last of the royal race.
Israel attempts an execrable crime
that death alone can expiate."
The downfall of Germany is said to
be coming in 1913.
"Marvo," Handcuff King, engage
ment extraordinary. Airdome, Mon
day, July 20. A big feature.
Gold Dust, Tuesday, McKce's, 15c.
'Los Angeles, Cal.
fourth mid Maui HU
Rates (9 Cf Rooms
Per Day$OU without
Room With Bath
' $3, $3,50 and $4
11.00 per day ni up
W ith batu MM and up
F.O.JOHNSON, - Piop.
The S. G. Rogers' Auction &
Real Estate Co., located at
X 22-24 West Jefferson- St.. is L
If you have goods or real es- '
tate to sell call and see us. JL
We will treat you right; sell 4
your goods on commission or t
give you the highest cash price X
for them. We will open - our T
regular Saturday sales on Sat- J
urday, August 1st, at 2 p.m. X
Send us anything you wish to
sell. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Yours for business.
S. G. ROGERS & C. R. BONE.
COLD BLOODED RECITAL.
Said a Murderer, "When You Break
Into a House You Must See the
Paris, July 18. Never hus the fact
that respect for the courts of law Is
declining in France been demonstrated
more clearly than the other day when
a judge at St. Orner had to listen to
the cold blooded recital of their atro
cious crimes delivered by the brothers
Abel and Auguste Toilet and Count
Vromant, leaders of a notorious gang
of criminals comprising 27 persons, 14
men and 13 women, now undergoing
trial on charges of no fewer than 118
crimes, many of them accompanied by
vh dence and murder.
The Pollets and Vromant. told the
Judge in boastful language how they
murdered an. old couple named Lecoq,
SO and 73 years old, respectively, and
their daughter aged 55, who were
living together in the center of the
village of Violaines.
The self-cogfessed murderers seem
ed to vie with each other In glorying
in their remorseless brutality. They
described how fiiey broke into the
house towards midnight, Abel the
chief of the gang, armed with a pok
er, and Vromant with a heavy stove
lid. Lccoq's daughter gave the alarm,
but as she was getting out of bed she
was felled with a poker by Abel, and
at the same moment the candle car
ried by the robbers was extinguished
Mine. Leco, aroused by the noise,
made a rush for the window and a
scene of confusion followed in the
darkness. The murderers slipped in
the blood of their -first victim, but
succeeded in stopping the unfortunate
woman before she reached the win
dow. Vromant felling her with a blow
of the stovr-lld. Relighting the can
dle Vromant dealt the prostrate old
woman several more blows and then
went into the adjoining room.
Here he found Augusto Pollet stand
ing o'cr the half murdered octogen
arian, who hail fallen on his knees and
elbows. 'Strike," cried Auguste, "he
has got about enough, but we might
as well finish him off." "And," Vro
mant added, "I gave him a tremendous
blow with the stove-lid."
Abel, answering the judge's ques
tions, seemed only anxious to magni
fy his share in the crime. He vaunt
ed his ruthlessness as the leader of
the gang and described how he spurr
ed on the flagging courage of his con
federates. A ldressing the judge, he added:
"When you break into a house to
steal. Monsieur le President, you must
see the thing through. So I struck
and we all struck. As we had been
recognized we could not hesitate or
show any pity: If you had been In
our place. Monsieur le President, you
would have done the'sume th'ng:"
Socallous were the prisoners that
the judge ordered them to be silent,
saying they were a disgrace to hu
manity. it appears that before finally kill
ing the old man, they forced him to
toll thorn whore his saving wore
hidden. In the place indicated they
found X.immi francs in bills and gold,
several valuable antique coins and a
quantity of jewelry. Abel, the loud
er, gave 3.0U0 francs trt his accom
plices and kept the balance.
The brothers I'ollet durring the
hearing of the case indulged in ve
hement recriminations, each accusing
the other of treachery, and loudly
proclaiming to the court that ail wefo
equally guilty. (
Before following the advice of a man
who tolls you how you ought to run
vour business take a look at the way
he is running his own Chicago News.
Cold Dust, Tuesday, McKee's, 15c.
It ia Crystallized Caetua Cindv.
That makes the world seem bright.
Then keep a box handy
Of Crystallized Canay
To keeo you feelina rioht.
And if there is a girl expecting
mat you will call tonight,
If you want a kiss that
Is brim full of bliss, get
A package of Crystallized Candy
tin L iSj w; jr
Bargains -THE bestalways-'1 Slyle Shoes I
SUMMER UNION SUITS
One special lot of ladies' very fine lileacBed Jer
sey Rib!ed Union Suit, umbrella knee, with lace
trimming, regular sizes; very special value per
23 pieces beautiful sheer quality
in Dotted Swiss, Corded Crossbar
Swiss,1 Irish Dimities and Corded
Striped Dimities, etc.; goods we
have been selling at oOc and :S5c
per yard; special sale price 20
Ladies' White Linen Gibson Tie
Oxfords and Pumps, white heels,
turn soles, soft and easy to the
feet; special S2.00
White Linen Skirts, plain and trimmed, priced for
this week as below:
The $10.00 kind this, week at S7.00
The $13.50 kind this week at S9.50
The. J1G.50 kind this week at S11.50
The $18.50 kind this week at -$12.50
GOING AWAY THIS SUMMER?
Then let us fit you up with a
You will need clothes that are
neat and stylish and have the
good fitting qualities.
At prices , that range from
$1 0 to $30
we are fully prepared to fit you
with just such a suit one that
' will make you feel proud wherever
THE PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY.
For Trunk, Suit
Case or Bag.
The best and the
413 W. Wash.
Phone Red 2ai.
Old Trunks taken in exchange.
Open every night until 12 o'clock.
Merchants Lunch 11:C0 1H0
Short Orders from 7 a-m- to 8 P "1- j
DUTCH LUNCHES ALL HOURS, j
Private rooms for ladles or parties.
BANQUETS or SPREADS for all
Are the two best
brands sold in the
valley. Can be
purchased on the
South Side of
BIRCIIETT BROS., T. J.
PARRY, GOODWIN BROS,
and A. A. CELAYA, Tempe
or any store in Mesa.
of Ladies' Undermuslins
23 pieces fine sheer quality, soft
bleach India Linon, full o0 inches
wide, a nice quality for waists,
dresses and kimonos. Special
I'ri--e 10 l-2
Children's "White Canvas Gibson
Tie Oxford, ribbon lace, medium
and heavy soles, foot form lust,
Prices on 5 to 8 arc $1.00
Prices on 8U to 11 are. .. g 125
Prices on Ui to 2 urc...Sl50
WHITE LINEN SKIRTS
"Marvo," the Handcuff King," Air- I
dome, Monday, July 20. A guaranteed i
feature act, mysterious and marvelous.
Try our bakery g Is. You will be
satisfied.. Home liaking Co. '
ANTON GOLD, Prop.
3rd and Washington Sta.
Hot and Cold Baths free for reg
ular roomers. Nice cool rooms
f7.00 per month and upwards.
Summer rates. Come and look
FOUND THE PLACE.
Sure, Mrs. Malone, and it's the
blessed truth. I tell you I have
found the place to got everything. I
was down town this morning and
walked into Massie & Sons' now
place, and they tuck rind 'showed mo
all their big stire. Why bl;-ss your
life they have got their store full
of all kinds of goods. They have a
carload of trunks at all prices, from
the cheapest to the finest. Then
they have nice leather suit cases and
grips, and all kinds of telescopes,
and the finest line of dressers I
ever saw, and iron bods, and oh!
such fine springs, book-cases, desks,
taldos, rockers, chairs, and you see
that fine rug. 9x12, Axministor. I
got it thore. Then we went over to
the 10c tallies. Just like the city;
5c, 10c, 15c, 20c and 5c; nothing
over 25c. Why I got an arm loud of
little things for Jl.oo. I just toll
you, Massie is a blessing to this
town. I can got anything there for
the house, and oh, so cheap. Mike
and I are going down and buy our
furniture for our new house at Mas
sie's. Massie & Sons. Massie will
buy all your second hand goods and
pay cash for them.
Massie & Sons
Phone Main 257. 114-US W. Wash.
SUMMER PANTS 8
One lot of Ladies' Fine Illeached Jersey Ribbed
Pants, umbrella knee, lace trimmed, regular sizes,
sheer quality; very special value at 3 I'rs fr SI
Another big lot of Men's Fine
Hose) in plain lisle, florcnza silk
and fancy big assortment of new
colors; also blacks; regular 23c
goods; special sale at, pair 20f
Ladies' Colored Linen Gibson Tie
Oxford, ribbon lace, turn sole,
heels to match; come in blue,
champagne and brown; a very
stylish shoe. Price S2.50
10 styles Ladies' White Shirt Waists of nice qual
ity tussorine lawn, plain, lace or embroidery trim
med, good value at $1.25. On sale this week
at, each T0
Ladies' Covert Cloth Riding Skirts, button down
the front; we huve them in black, grey, navy and
tan mixtures; this week at S3. 43
One lot of two-piece House Dresses In white, with
colored dots; regular $2.00 dresses. This week
E. S. Wakelin
During Warm Weather
when" every family
wants the best foods
prepared with the
least anxiety, it is
well to call attention
will give the best re
sults in the bread
stuff line, and you
will always have
sweet, light, healthy
BOTH BRANDS OF FLOUR.
FOR SALE BY ALL
VALLEY FLOUR MILL.
WE HANDLE AN
as a delicate iece of machinery, not
as a lot of metal. Send us yours to
be repaired and the result will show
our skill and knowledge of autos.
Send it to us while there is only a
little the matter. That will save you
money and the chance of a bigger re
pair bill later on.
SOUTHWESTERN AUTO CO.
Phone Main 345 225-229 W. Wash. St.
E. W. BACON. Manager.
If you want everyone to greet you
With a amile upon his face.
Carry Crystallized Cactus Canry,
From Dooafrio'a place
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