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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN MONDAY MOItMXfl, JULY SO, 1!M)S.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day in th Year By "THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. GKO. W. TICKERS, Pre, and Gen. Mr. Exclusive Morulng Associated PreM DiB pa tehee. Publication office:: Corner Second and Adams strets. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix, Arizona, aa mail matter of the aecond class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. - Ft mail, dally, one year. Weekly, one year Cash In advanc. , .19.00 ,. 1 BT CARRIER. Dally, er month .n.TC eta. The jirtsona Republican la on sale at all of Amos' street news stand wagons la lm Angeles, San Diego and Long Beach. For President, WILLIAM H. TAFT. For Vice-President, JAMES 8. SHERMAN. PHOENIX. ARIZONA, JULY 20. 1908. VALUE OF FAMILY TREES. A Chicago professor is being sub jected to considerable ridicule in some of the palters for making the suggestion that one trouble with American young men is their entire ignorance of their family trees. It has been his experience, he says. that few can tell their ancestry be yond the second generation. It is just possible that there is a modi cum of sound senes in what the pro fessor says, although it is the fash ion in this country to ridicule the subject of genealogy. People who have taken it up casually found it an engrossing subject of study. . and one that provides a very pleasant occupation for leisure hours. The trouble is that some people under take to trace their family line back to some aristocratic European ori gin, even becoming guilty of absurd ities in their efforts ' to' augment the dignity of their name. But it might have a steadying effect on some heedless young men to know some thing about their family history, and at least be familiar with the names of their great-grandparents. Knowl edge of that . kind certainly never would do them any harm. Wags, a local authority on pre cipitation in its various lorms. in a description of the storm of Friday night said the rain fell for a brief period "at the rate of three Inches a minute. The most reactionary of us are forced to concede that that was going some. Jupiter Pluvius had evidently lost control of the steering gear. It is fortunate that this thing was not permitted to go on beyond a brief period. A very few minues of such a downpour and there would have been nothing visible of Wags but the tips of his ears. The corporations are threatened with a congestion of money. Relief Is denied them by both the republi can and national committees. There is nothing left them to do now but to turn to the socialists, the prohi bitionists, or Mr. Heart's party if they are bound to take a financial interest in the campaign. Hobson and Hearst are construct ing a gigantic Japanese navy and bringing the Japanese military sys tem to such a degree of strength and perfection as the Mikado never dreamed of. If after all this has been done for him by these two pa triotic Americans, he should decline to go to war with us, he would be the monumental Ingrate of the age. After stealing a march on the laws of the solar system by setting ahead the clocks 80 minutes, British law makers may discover a way to cheat the laws of gravitation and enable a man to raise himself by his boot straps. Castro is said to be only five feet tall, but parents of lively boys do not need to be told that the amount of trouble one human unit is capable of producing does not have any re lation whatever to its size. The temperature and the humid ity never came nearer to a perfect understanding as to a working agree ment In this locality than they did on Saturday. They got almost close enough together to embrace. Any profound truths that Mr. Bry an neglects to tell the dear people during the campaign he can utter next year when he is back on the Chautauqua circuit Eugene Brady O'Neill on Saturday night let the railroads off much more easily than they could reason ably have expected. Mr. Taft seems to be taking a precaution against anything like the Harriman letter incident. UNIONf fcQLA HCL If Mr. Bryan wants to waste his time on the school ma'am vote let him do so. And when he has that secured he might go after; the fed eration of women's clubs. For the sake of giving him a handle to his name, the newspapers are call ing him ' Judge Taft now, but as a matter of fact he is just plain Mr. Taft, like the most of the rest of" us. IN AMERICA AGAIN. Walker the Connecticut Brought Across the Absconder Line. San Diego, July 19. When the steamer St. Dennis arrived from En senada at 6:40 this morning, she had on board William F. Walker, the New Rritain, Conn., absconder, in custody of State Superintendent of Police Egan, of Connecticut, and" II. J. Hoff man of the Pinkertons. The fugitive and his custodians proceeded at once to the Santa Fe depot where they left for Los Angeles where they will spend the night. MEXICO FOR MEXICANS. The Press Engaged in Bitter Con troversy Over the Anti-Foreign Question. Mexico City, July 19. Tho anti- foreign fight in Mexico is assum ing large proportions, and a bitter controversy over the question is be ing waged by the foreign and native press. i Most of the tirade is directed against the "Yankees," a term of contempt used by Mexican editors in designating Americans. I o Death in School Drinking Cups. The greatest achievement of science in the opening decade of the twen tieth century is the awakening of the people to the fact that most human diseases are preventable and a large proportion of early deaths avoidable. At least 700.000 of the million and a half deaths occurring annually in the United States result from the min ute parasitic plants and animals gaining access to the body. These invisible foes wage a continual war fare against both strong and weak. rich and poor. Civic duty as well as self preservation demands that these life-destroyers should as far as possible be shut out of the human system. The evidence condemning the use of the common drinking vessel upon any occasion whether at church, school or home is derived from three sources: (1) the frequent presence of disease-producing bacteria in the mouth; (2) the detection of patho genic germs on the public cups; and (3) the discovery that where a num ber of persons drank from a cup previously used by the sick, some of them became ill. A cup which had been In use nine days in a ( school was a clear thin glass. It was broken into a number of pieces and properly stained for 1 examination with a mcroicopic mag nifying 1,000 diameters. The human cells scraped from the lips ot tne drinkers were so numerous on the upper third of the glass that the head of a pin could not be placed anywhere without touching several of these hits tf skin. The saliva , by running down on the inside, of the glass had carried cells and bacteria to the bottom. Here, however, they were less than one-third as abun dant as at the brim. By counting the cells present on fifty different areas on the glass, as seen under the microscope, it ,was estimated that the cup contained over 20,000 human cells or bits of dead skin. As many as IjO. germs were seen clingin to a single cell, and very few cells showed less than ten germs. Between the cells were thousands of germs Jcit mere uy me muiois saliva deposited by the drinkers. Not less than a hundred thousand bac teria were present on every square inch of the glass. From 'Death in School Drinking Cups," August Tech nical World. o MIDSUMMER HOLIDAY NUMBER. The August Century will be the Midsummer Holiday Pumoer, wmi ten short stories, Desines new. tuir ters, of increasingly intense iiuerem, of Dr. S. Weir Mitchell's "The Red City." Among, the contributors to J this short-story issue will be David Gray, the "Gallops" man, Irving Bach- eller, Charles D- Stewart, ana JacK London. " - o If the innocent bystander had been attending to his 'own business it prob ably wouldn't have happened. A BLOATED feeling after eat ing indicates imperfect diges tion, but the Bitters will promptly correct same. Try a bottle for Headache, Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea & Malaria. OSTETTER' CELEBRATED STOMACH BITTER nl I 1 1 111 1 III 1 II III i I 1 II1HI1 11 Mil I U I I 1 m 1 114 HI I Genuine Bargains in Ostrich Feather Goods at the Show Arizona Ostrich Farm First Street and Adams. , . - Opposite Noble Building. 4.t,. HiHn 1 1 li 1 1 1 1 1 liH1-HH M t l I U H II I 111 I I M. H-H" The Clever Woman. The cleverest woman from the pure ly feminine point of view, is the wom an with "the understanding heart." Her intellectuality "underlies her silks and embroideries, and does not show itself staringly on the outside." She has heart and sou! as well as brain. From the Gentlewoman. o Best Yet to Come. Commercial failures in June were less than in June a year ago; and liabilities for tho first half of 1908 were less by $44,500,000 than in the same period In 1894, following the panic of '93. Cheer up; the best is yet to come. Rochester Times. Gold Dust, Tuesday, McKec's, 13c. ELKS, ATTENTION. All members of Phoenix lodge. No. 335, B. P. O. E. are requested to meet at tlie lodge rooms on Monday, July 20th, at 10 a. m. to attend the funeral of our departed brother, Thos. D. Ben nett. PAUL RENAU INGLES, Exalted Ruler. 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 MAIN 47. 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 two 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 ti) increase the capital stmf of said Cor poration from 11,000,000.00 to $2,000. 000.00, divided into 200,000 share of the par value of $10.00 each. 3rd. To amend paragraph Six o the Articles of Incorporation of the said corporation, so as to authorize said corporation to incur indebtedness or liability of $1,000,000.00 and that the highest amount of indebtedness or lia bility to which said corporation shal 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 H-H- l IH- The 213 E. Washington St. We are selling our Summer Skirts, Waists and Hats ex actly at cost Don't forget our low prices on Tin, Glass .and Granite-ware,'- which we are closing out entirely. 4-1 H-H-H-H-H-1 I1 1 I-r'f 'S-i-H-H-H-r- The Laundering OF MEN'S SILK AND MOHAIR 8UITS. Is given our Special attention nowdays. Arizona Laundry White Wagons ! 20 PER CENT Our books show from fan. 1st to July 1st, '08, 20 per cent In- crease in business over the ' ' same period In 07. There must be a reason. TROY LAUNDRY IH till III1I1HI1IIIIII Rooms' of the H 1 1 1 H-H IHIIIHIHIIll'H WE ARE OFFERING A SEVEN ROOM . Brick House Modern bath and toilet, large cel lar, big screen porch, large barn, lighted by electri city, fine shade and lawn; Lot 87 by 248 feet and enclosed with page wire fence for $3750, on easy terms, t i Green & Griffin f Real Estate oV Invest- 127 'North Center St Hi'M-l-M-M-I! M Mini I I I I- PHONE MAIN 113 SPECIAL SALE OF ARMOUR'S FIE TOILET SOAPS 3 CAKES IN BOX. REDUCED FOR SPECIAL' SALE RUBBER GLOVES, WHAT SIZES WE HAVE LEFT AT, PAIR ALSO TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALL GOODS OFF ON ALL TOI LET ARTICLES, AS BATH, HAIR AND HAND BRUSHES, COMBS, HAND BAGS, POCKET BOOKS, POCKET KNIVES, RA ZOR STROPS, FINE RAZORS AND TOILET SETS. WE WILL SURPRISE YOU IN BARGAINS. A. L. BOEHMER PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY. Cor. Center and Washington Sts. Phoenix, Arizona. vr ALWAYS CLEAN. PROMPT SERVICE. HAVE YOU TRIED The California We buy only the beat in the market THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT ; e 44-44 EAST ADAMS STREET. Everything New, Nice and Clean. Private Family Dining Iteema. CHARLIE, LINO & CO, Prep. Garden City Restaurant Cooleat and Cleanest Place in Town to Eat Nice private room for partiee and families. Short orders at all hours. REGULAR MEALS 25c No. It and 24 East Washington Street, MARK LAND, Proprietor. PROFESSIONAL NOTARY PUBLIC. PATENT ATTORNEY S Patents, copyrights, trademarks American and foreign. JAMES R. TOWN SEND, 430 Bradbury building, Los Angeles, Cal. E. E. PASCOE, Notary Public. Con veyancing a specialty. Acknowledg ments taken. 110 North Center St. DR. W. a LOWE, Veterinarian. Of fice 17 N. 1st Ave. Office Phone Red. 1223. . Res. Phone County 44. ENGINEERS AND METALLURGISTS J. Q. A. King, Assayer and Metallur gist, Mining, Milling, Smelting and Irrigation Machinery. 18 N. Second .Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. BARNETT E. MARKS, Attorney and Counsellor. Office 411 Heming Bldg., Phoenix, Ariz. Patents se cured. J. W. CRENSHAW, Attorney at Law, General practice In all the courts. . Office, 211 Fleming Bldg., Phoenix, Arizona. Alfalfa Hay Per ton' 810.50 Oat Hay, per ton $10.50 Barley, per sack SI. J 5 Feed Oats, per 100 lbs.. . ... . .S1.75 Bran , Sorghum Seed, per lb f4 Wheat, . per cwtv .: . . . . : $2.00 Free City Delivery. A. WHARTON Phono Main 224 . 117 E Jeff. St Every time you think Seeds, think 's Seed House NEW LOCATION, 126 North Center Street OIIIIIMIIUMUIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIUJN ( BURBANIi'S j Red Drawings i Call and See Them. $20 1 i Each. I ARIZONA SADDLERY GO. 1 s 45 N. Center. Phoenix Tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiii FROM 25c TO 20c 4 BOXES 73c Restaurant 33 N. 1st. Ave. and our cooking speaka for itself. Clinton Campbell GENERAL CONTRACTOR Residence 357 N. Fourth Ave. Telephone Main 177 We are now serving ICE CREAM end ICE CREAM SODA in connection with our long list of popular cold drinks at the Ford Hotel ' Pharmacy Headquarters for Low Prices. 138 West Washington St Tis th treasure of all th Desert At Donofrio's store. -, It Crystallized Cactua Candy ' That makes ycu sing for morev' Phone Main 113 .. V . -- -..-. . ;' - -"V. X- :- - mm mm rilim im iiiarrtilfc i iiifi.rMi iiim iiim i . THE HOTEL AT HOLLYWOOD. An Ideal family resorr where the Arizona people are spending their summer vacation. Situated mid-way between the City and Sea, Rates $12.00 up. i,,iiil,i,ii,,iil,i1tit..;i;1H"i"l"I II 1 Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 The National Bank of Arizona, AT PHOENIX. Solicits the deposits and general business of farmers, merchants and individuals, who may rely upon courteous consideration and the very best terms that are consistent with good business methods. EMIL GANZ, President S. OBERFELDER, Cashier. SOL LEWIS, Vice. President J. J. SWEENEY, Assist. Cashier. H 11 IIIHK1II1 i Ml 1 1 1 W. F. NICHOLS, President. UNION BANK & TRUST CO. 30 NORTH CENTER ST. GENERAL BANKING PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION. FOR SALE 80 FEET IN TWO 40 FOOT LENGTHS STEAM HOSE. A RARE BARGAIN. Kunz Bros. & Messmger MACHINE WORKS. Corner Second and Adame Sts. Phone Red IZL PHOENIX, ARIZ. YEE SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Parties served with extra fin real Chines China dishes.. Private) raoim and family style when desired. 8ing d oes all his own pastry. For a good dinner on spectrj occasiona or at ord inary time com to Sing's new Amer ican Kitchen. S3 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. 1 1 I II It I II IlllUllitlll lit- t ore wart de Tempi n T Two daors South of Postoffice. Phono Red 14C. THE MISSION A resort for gentlemen. The original BUDWEISER BEER on draught. FRANK CONNELLEY, Prop. L. W. GREER, PLUMBER 217 W. Wash. Street Phone Red 1131 Let me figure on your plumbing. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Re pairs promptly taken care of. GILLETTE The Tailor Carries the Largest Stock of Goods in Arizona. 17 W. ADAMS ST. H. O. RAMSEY VETERINARY SURGEON. Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Gentle horse and nice rigs for hire. Office and stable corner First av enue and Jefferson St. Phone Black U2. Phaaabc. Aria. MM 1 III 1 U Mil 1 1 I 1 I I I iH 11"! I I Ml' H I 1 I 1 1 I I I I 1 I I r I ! No wonder he laughs Every man with a fat bank account can afford to lough. Also take a "smile" once In a while. Put your money in the bank now, where It will be drawing Interest that you can spend latter on. We will be glad to have your ac count, and talk to you about oar method of paying you Interest. The Valley Bank OF PHOENIX. J. M. SWETNAM, GEO. H. LUTGERDING, Vice-President. Cashier. ii"8-i-W"M"l"H"l"i"i"!. 1 I 1 1 1 i HI I On hand daily. Boston Baked Beans, . Roast Veal, Roast Beef, Roast Pork, -f Jellied Corn Beef, Boiled Tongue, Boiled Ham. This will save you hot fire and labor. PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET and workingman's friend, PETER SEEGER, Prop. 39 W. Wash. Phone Blk. 1141. Freight and Baggage carefully and quickly kandied. Btoiw age'at reasonable rate. Pioneer and' Consolidated Transfer and Storage Go. Baggage office, IK North Center Bt Telephone Main 143. General office, 42 South Center Bt Telephone Main 74. THE PALACE PRE3C0TT, ARIZONA Strictly on the European plan. Rooma ' by the day, week or month. Finest i bar and club rooma In th Southwest. BROW, SMITM & BELCHER PROPRIETORS. CALIFORNIA WINE & LIQUOR CO. Port fi.nn Claret Spl S Riealine Sauterne chaRHela. (iutedel Semillon ('rente Rlanra a as XXX xxxx Angelica Sherry 1.25 1. ao 1.75 2. (H 1.50 1.50 I.0(1 ZanfAnncl 1,25 Bureuiuiy 1.50 renarhe 1.75 Carbeoret 2.00 Spl price bv bl. ripk. Burgundy J. F. Cutter Whisky, Hermitage, Old Taylor, Ambassador, King of Ken tucky and a hundred more of the beat quality, and a full line of Cordial. Special price for barrel. Hot Lunch at Richelieu Saloon. - 19-21 South Center St. McKanna 3--Day Liquor Cure Co. 33-35 NORTH SECOND AVENUE