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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY 3IORXING, JULY 21, 1908.
4 1 1 ni in nun nuin t nun! iniiiiii tnn hm-tH n 1 1 n h i Miwttti'WHW Tempe Department -i F. W. GRIFFEN. Manager j,; ,ih..H ,H"I"H"H"H "M"H M 1 I i I H 1 It H II MM WW'I I 1 1 11 II III M 1 It 1 I Mil Mil ! A BATH THIS TIME OF THE YEAR Is a pleasure under any circumstance. It in doubly so if you use a sponge and a box of talcum powder selected from the stock of A. M. HARMER, The Druggist If You want a delicious Ice Cream Soda, Call on ua. LAIRD & DINES CORNER DRUG STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA Phone 231 LY M ILK A HOME PRODUCT. For Sale by all Grocers MANUFACTURED AT TEMPE, ARIZONA ATTENTION Ladies, Gentlemen and Children As this is a great sale week in Tempe, and the streets are thronged with people who cannot receive prompt accommodations owing to the lack of clerks, we have decided to fall in line with a few of the following bargains: LADIES' SHIRTWAISTS. jrt.00 Shirt Waists for $1.93 t2.Z0 Shirt Waists for 1.45 CALICO. In all prints at, yard JJ 12 HOSE. 15c Chidren's Hose for g 13 13c Ladies Hose for 1"3 30 PER CENT OFF on the remaining ones. And the remaining stock at a discount. Come and avoid the rush. LUKIN CASH STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA. AL MILLER TO BUILD AN APARTMENT HOUSE Ground Broken Yesterday and the Work Will Be Rushed. Ground was broken yesterday on the Alt Miller property In the rear of the National bank for an apartment house that will be built just as soon as possible. It is Mr. Miller's aim to have It completed by the middle of September er sooner if the necessary help can be secured. At any rate, he is anxious to finish if early in the fall in time to help in supplying the big demand for rooms and houses here about that season of the year. The building will extend from the alley in the middle of the block, clear to the next street west. The building will be 150x30 feet and when finished will have accommodations for six families. It will be built of abode with a cement plaster finish, so much in vogue In southern California. The front finish of the building will be on the mission style and will on the whole make a very attractive building. The reason Mr. Miller gives for using adobe is the scarcity of brick. It is claimed, too, that the adobe building finished with the cement plaster, is almost as durable and equally as pleas ing to the eye. A house of this kind is much need ed in Tempe and this one will fill long felt '."ant. Houses have been scarce here every fall for years past and the demand increases each year. ANOTHER SALE. the only ones who can make special sales In Tempe. The sale fover seems to have taken the town for in this Issue C. W. Alex ander, proprietor of the Calla Dale poultry farm is advertising a sale of aiiO hens to make room for younger stock. SALE Of PROPER! Y AT A GOOD PROFIT A Place Changes Hands Four Times in Seven Years and Each Time at an Advance in Price. MONEY TALKS and it is keeping up an incessant chatter at our store this week. When we advertised our Mid-Summer Cash Clearance Sale we said that cash would secure l-tter prices than anyone rnuld dream of giving at a credit sale. The people have taken us at our word and every day since we opened cash has been coming in and goods have been going out at a rate that has surpassed our most sanguine ex- pectations. WE HAVE MORE GOODS LEFT and until we serve notice to the contrary, they will go at the same lilieral discount at which we started them Tuesday morning. Be low we give you Just a few prices to show you that our values and discounts are real and not imaginary. Read them: Real Estate Agent R. A. Windes re ports the sale of the L. A. Campbell fourteen acre tract two miles west of town to F. M. Hudlow of Hillside. Mr. Hudlow takes possession the first of August. This ground is particularly adapted to the growing of small gar den truck and is rated as a first-class place for its size. The selling; price was at te rate of SI 15 per acre. r7. i n.i . . 1 .. t .. 1 .. 1 ; 1 ? I pie of the rapid rate at which Tempe J, real estate has been advancing in re cent years. w limn seven years mis traot of land has been sold four times, jeach time too, by the same agent, and leach time at a substanital Increase In value. The last owner cleaned up a 'neat little sum on it in a comparative ly short time. The Indications are that J if ,it should be sold again in the course jof another year or two, the selling price will be still higher. There is no use denying the fact: Tempe real es- itate is a sood thing to have and no safer investment can be found in Art 'zona today. MEN'S All 5.00 J4.00 $3.50 All All SHOES WALKOVER. Shoes at S4.25 SI" at 83.30 Shoes at $2.93 All All $5.00 MOO SELZ. Shoes at.. Shoes at . . S3.30 MEN'S SHIRTS. A large collection of broken lots in all sizes of Monarch, Cluett and Wilson brothers Shirts. Prices at. each Sl.OO 5c and Sl.OO Shirts go fast at, 'aeh 50 LADIES' HOSIERY. A large line and good assort ment of Ladies' Hosiery. Reg ular 25c grade, during this le 17 l-2 75c grade, this sale GO S2.50 grade, this sale. . .1.90 MEN'S HOSIERY. A QUICK RESPONSE. A cuick response has been made to the appeal of the men who are under taking the preparation, of a Tempe ex hibit for the irrigation congress. Yes terday there was .brought in from the Frankenberg ranch, some splendid gam pies of seedless grapes. Six bunches were shipped to Phoenix where they will be placed in pickle and held un til the shipment of the vallev exhibit is made. The six bunches averaged In weight a little better than a pound and a half each. he Our Men's Hosiery line will offered at a sacrifice: 50c regular, this sale. 35c regular, this sale 22 l"2f 25c regular, this sale !( I-34 15c regular, this sale.. g 1"3 Our fine Straws and Panama Hats We have An average reduction in price of from 25 to guarantee. Can you beat it? get a 25 per "cent discount. fifty hats of the 25c grade that will go for 12 1 -2 75 rer cent and a SUITS ARRIVE. Tempe's Baseball Team Now Equipped to do Good Work. Hyder Bros., Tempe H-H-H--irK-H-H FRANK LA MONTE, Jeweler and Optician. An expert in both lines. : GOODWIN BLOCK, TEMPE. Read Hyder's ad, yotu. today. It will pay Finch and Carr, undertakers and em balmers. Tempe, Phones, 131 Finch and 179, Carr. , WM. JENNINGS BRYAN rpeaks at our office through the Edi son Phonogranh on the important Is sues before the American people. Come and hear him. Sl.OO a week buys an Kdison or Victor. G. A. GOODWIN NOVELTY STORE. j U 1 I I III 1 1 1 I I HtlHUil ! FOR YOUR 8T0MACHS f T SAKE EAT THE BEST ONLY, T I AS THE BEST ALWAYS t f SAVES YOUR HEALTH. ' f PARRY'S CASH STORE, t TEMPE. Ill I I 1 1 I I II H I I 1 1 11 I I ANOTHER DROP We sell Tomatoes today at 9c per can. WM. M. GOODWIN, CASH STORE COME TO ME for tracts of 5 acres, 10 acres, IS 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. The Tempe Club baseball team is now equipped to do business; that is to say the team has a full pet of uni- X' forms, gloves, etc.. In fact everything 4r I that is necessary to make up a good jteam. Including some first-class play (era. The credit of procuring the uni ' forms is due to the liberal poeple of Tempe and Old Man Tom who circu lated the subscription list. The people came through handsomely and It took Tom but a short time to raise the nec essary wherewith to negotiate the purchase of the uniforms. The team will make its first appear ance in its new glad rags at the park day after tomorrow when a re turn game will be played with the Phoenix Colored Cubs. It will be re membered that the Cubs met the Tem pe men on the local grounds a week ago to their regret, for they were de feated by a small margin. Now they demand revenge and the opportunity will be given them at .the park Sun day. Tom, who. acts in the capacity of god father to- the team, Is authority for the announcement that the game will be a good one and that if Tempe gets skinned it will be no fault of the players. The team held a good practice last evening and wfH. engage in dally prac tice between now and the time of the game Sunday. .t.ttf 500 hens for sale to make room for young stock. Browa and White Leg horn, Barred Plymouth Rocks and Rhode Island Reds. Calla-Dale Paultry Farm, Tempe, Ariz. A BABY BOY. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Skinner are the proud parents of a baby boy born Tuesday. Mr. Skinner says that the scales only showed a weight of seven and a half -pounds but he is convinced they did not do the lad justice, for he looks at least twice that large to the fond father. EXCURSIONS TODAY. An excursion, rate of thirty-five cents for the -round trip has been made on the M. & P. today to Mesa and .return on account of the festivi ties there. The train -will leave here at 12:50 local time and returning will leave Mesa at 7:15 ami 12:30. Coming as it does on Friday afternoon when the business houses here are closed, it is probable that Tempe will be well represented at the affair. NOTES AND PERSONALS. : Levi Walker and family left yester day for the Brady home on Tonto where they will spend a couple of months. Bud Armerr and . Guy Barkdoll left yesterday with a load of supplies for Payson. A rig from Buck's stable played a Joke on two Tempe people night before last. When in Phoenix the horse man aged to get loose. It came home alone and made the trip without accident and without ven. scratching- the paint off the buggy." "",, Gus Anderson returned . yesterday from Granite Reef, where he has been working his outfit of mules- for some ttme past. He says It is too hot there for further work and he protoses to get to Prescott to cool off. J. Redmond and O. , E. Angulo of Tucson and C. J. Dixon or Kansas city. Mo, were registered at the Casa Lo ma yesterday.' Baptist church: Union Toung Peo ple's meeting at 7 p. m.; union service of all the churches at 8 p. m.;. sermon by W. H. SaTyer.' Sunday school at 10 a. m., R. A. Windes, superintend ent. WH'H'MM'II 1 1 1 1 ""H' H H"frH"H"M1 1' I1 HHW.'l'll 1 1 MM IHII 1 I t I'M H I H"K"1 IIHlH Illy BONDS TURNED DOWN. The bonds of the Tempe Union high school district in the sum of S50.000, which were sold to the Tempe Nation al bank and the Valley Bank of Phoe nix, were yesterday submitted to Judge Ainsworth, counsel -. for the Valley bank and were adversely reported up on by him. Judge Ainsworth was seen last night and asked to state the na ture of the irregularity. He said that the law requires that preceding an election for voting bonds a notice must be posted in three public places in the district for at least twenty days and that if there is a paper published in the county the 'notice must be published at least once 3 week for three weeks. The posted notices the judge found were regular but the newspaper publication he says was not regular in that three weeks had not transpire! between the first and the last publication, though it had ap peared in three Issues of the Tempe News with In three weeks. The first publication was on May 4 and the election was held on May 23. lacking two days of three weeks after the first publication. Mr. Ainsworth says he could not recommend the bonds to anybody for there would be difficulty in selling them and even if sold a question as- to their validity might arise later. The only remedy ha can recommend lsJo hold the election over, after making the legal publication. Mesa Department W. H. HOGLE, Manager , i frK4-frM-"H"i"!"H"l ''M'frH"M"M4Hl"M-l'M"M"l"K"I H I ..;..H"H"M"M MM Hi'l'HIWI 1IIIUI1II H DEATH OF MRS. J. E. ROSS. Residentpf Mesa For Years Passe! Away .At He Home in San Diego. CAPTAIN WHEELER HERE Cap tain Harry Wheeler and J. Redmond of the ranger force spent yesterday In Phoenix returning to Naco again last night. The captain came to report to the governor, the details of his recent lcrations including an extended trip in Mexico, tiuring which he recovered much stolen stneka and helped the Mexican ffioers t some - bad men where they woufdte safe for a while. A telegram received here yesterday morning, by Joel E. Johnson brought the sad news that Mrs. J. H. Ross for many years a resident of Mesa, had passed away a her home in San TDttgo, California, on Wednesday. Mrs. Ross hud been ailing for some time past, and on Monday last she develop ed acute apfiendicitis which re sulted In her death two davs after. The only daughter. Miss Stella Ross, was ut her bedside during her IllnesSj Since the chse of the Mesa schools, Miss Rof s- has been- in- San- IHego stay ing with her mother. The deceased was the daughter of Joseph K. Johnson of Saint George; Utah, at which place she was burn in 1S53, nnd where she spent)ier child hood days and first years of her mar mied life. Mrs. Ross was twice mar ried, her first husband being a Mr. Gott, whose death occurred about three years after the couple was mar ried. . About 26 years ago, her mar riage to Mr. Ross occurred and' the year following they came to Tempe where they resided for a short time, moving from ther to Nephl, and later to Mesa, where they lived for a num ber of years. About a year ago Mrs. Ross took tip her residence !n San Diego, in which city she was residing at the time of her death. Joel E. Johnson of this place is a brother of the deceased. Mrs. Ross was well and favorably known here, as during her residence she was deeply interested in church and philanthropic work, and an ac tive and enthusiastic worker In the Church of the letter Day Saints, of which she was a member. M. P. Holladay, the druggist, was also present when Irs. Ross' death occurred, having been summoned there by telegram. Up to the present time, it has not been learned where inter ment will take place. 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. I VACATION AT ROOSEVELT The greatest scenic stage route In America. There from Mesa n ten hours, with five relays, in easy riding Concord stages. Leaves Mesa at a.m. every day excep Sunday. Fare $6.00. , MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. KILLS LARGE RATTLER. D. M. LeBaron had a rather start ling experience yesterday morning with a large rattlesnake. He had been to breakfast, and was returning to tho bakery and had Just gotten as far as the corner of Robinson and First streets, when he -noticed a large rattler lying in the grass by the side of the gutter. Thinking the reptile had been killed, he put his foot on the rattles, and the snake immediately dispelled all idea as to his being a dead one. LeBaron was struck with force on the leg, but the thickness of his trousers prevented his being bitten. The snake then coiled ready to strike again, when LeBaron secured a stone and dis patched It. The snake measured over three feet feet In length and had eight rattles. LIVERY RIG BADLY DAMAGED. Francisco Taiamehte and G. A rati I two Mexicans on Wednesday last hir-ti a horse and buggy from the livery barn of Hibbert- & Mets. and stated that they had been working on a ranch and desired to go and collect the wages due thein. This they evidently did, as they returned to the stable a few hours later, and paid for the use of the rit. They had been gone but a short time, when they returned and said that they wished to hire the same out fit again to make a trip to Tempe, t which f.lace they were going on a business matter. As nothing had been heard from the men up to yesterday morning, Mr. Hibbert went over to Tempe to look up his property. This he found in a delapidated condition. The buggy was badly broken and the harness pulled to pieces. The anlnml, however, was not hurt. Being unable to locate the men. he returned to Mesa with what remained of the hired rig. Later one of the men was apprehend ed and taken before Judge Guthrie. The other one. it Is understood, was located afterwards, and they will prob ably be given a hearing today. See the advertisement of special sale of the Toggery on page seven of this morning's issue. FINED FOR SPEEDING. Kx-Attorney General C. F. Ains worth of Phoenix was stopped in Tem pe on Wednesday evening last, for running his automobile far beyond the speed limit while passing through Mesa City. Judge Ainsworth made a trip from Phixnix to Granite Reef dur ing the day in his touring car. accom panied by a party of friends from the former place. As the car passed through here. Marshal Peterson and several others on the streets noticed that it was go ing" aU terrific speed, and in excess of Beginning Friday July 24th AND LASTING UNTIL Tuesday, July 28th We will offer the following exceptional values. These it shonld be understood are offered In addition to our popular Shoe Sale which closes Saturday, July 25. All of the, Merchandise offered below is regular stock and not goods that have been culled out because of defects. In other words this sale is just what it is represented to be A GENUINE COST SALE. - Men's Shirts Collar band shirts in large, va riety, including all of the stand ard makes. During this sale, 33 13 PER CENT OFF. Men's soft shirts. In all the latest shades and materials, 20 PER CENT OFF. Men's and boys' work shirts "and Jumpersi Everyone o them splendid . values at ...... 40 Men's and Boys' Underwear All 56c grades, sale price 33 AH 35c grades, sale price 20J Men's Collars .The . famous Corliss Coon- col lar In all the latest shapes during this sale 10 Suits, Hats and Gloves Men's and boys' hats, including both felts and straws. 25 PER CENT OFF. Men's suits and trousers in all materials and styles. Splendid bargains at 33 13 PER CENT OFF. Men's and boys' gloves. This line includes driving, working and dress gloves. 23 PER CENT OFF. Besides the above mentioned everything in Men's and Boys' wear- ing apparel will be on sale from Friday, July 24, until Tuesday, Jaly 28, at special prices. No better values have ever been offered to the purchasing public of Mesa and vicinity than will be offered at this COST SALE. ini 8M1E ini IT WILL HEAL SORES QUICKLY. - Legear's Antiseptic Powihr 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 Mrs. A. W. Cornett. - L. V. GUTHRIE, Proprietor DR. R. A. A I TON, Medical Director of the Vita Neiiva Mineral SpriiiKx. and tlie Bi-i-o-Zoiie Medical o. of Phoe nix ami ! AntjWcx, will lie in Mea at I lie AlhamUra on Wednesday of each week. We make a specialty of chronic diseases. iiiiHiinin iiitwti iiih 20 acres. share Utah water, (1000 brick house, 2 wells cased 150 ft deep, good shade orchard all fenced. acres In garden. Price 3500.00. 160 acres at 50.00 per acre. 101 acres can be Irrigated under Mesa canal balance under Nejr Gov'L canal Joins land held at 1150.00 per acre. Also 6. 1G, 20, 40. 80, 160 acre tracts. Money to Loan. Pomeroy-Gufhrie ' Realty Co. Oldest Agency in Mesa. 1st door east of P.O. Mesa. Arizona, the limit, which is eight miles per hour. Being unable to overtake them here, a telephone message was sent to the city authorities in Tempe to stop the car there. This was done, and Judge Ainsworth stated that he would appear for trial in Mesa at 10 o'clock yesterday morning. This, however, he failed to do, and accordingly' Cal Phelps was sent over on the noon train yesterday taking with him a warrant for the judge's arrest. SEVERELY INJURES HAND. Harold, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dana yesterday morning had the misfortune to seriously cut his left hand on a Mason fruit jar. which he was playing with. The little fel loiv dropped the jar and stooped to pick it up. before he noticed that it had broken. His hand was badly slashed with the glass in the palm, starting at the base of his thumb and making a deep gash to- the wrist. Medical attention was summoned and the injured member was treated. WILL RETURN HOME SHORTLY. Word has been received here from James W. LeSueur, who left Mesa several weeks ago, for an extended trip to the democratic convention in Denver, and later to easern cities, that he has completed his tour and is now in the 'White Mountains, In Apache county, where he has joined his fam ily. Mr. LeSueur made fall purchases of goods while east for the firm of Le Sueur Oibbons, of irhich he Is a member," and transacted other im portant business, lie expects to re turn home about August 5th. WILL SOON REORGANIZE. Company D of the Arizona National Guard to Be Equipped. Plans are .being formulated here forv the reorganization of Company D. Na tional Guards of Arizona'; and for eouipping the new company.with the new Springfield rifles. New teats and field equipments also steel targets will be Included, as well as new uniforms for the l)oys. An effort is being made to secure the enlistment of the Gem City band, and have this organization act as the regimental band. However, no definite plans regarding this movement have as yet. been made. All of the latest and most scientific equipment has been promised to the new organization and it is expected that it will have much spirit and enthusiasm, as the recent laws enacted regarding the militia, provide for better military or ADVERTISING PIONEER DAY. Gove Phelps was a , passenger to Phoenix yesterday afternoon to which city he went in the Interest of Pioneer Day. which event will be elaborately celebrated in Mesa City today. Mr. Phelps was well provided with litera ture and other materials advertising the different attractions which will take place both at Drew's park and in town. An excursion train will be run from Phoenix leaving there at noon, for the accommodation of those desir ing to witness the sports here, both from the Capital City and Tempe. RING TOURNEY TODAY. Jesse Brimhall and Harold Allen Continued on par 10.)