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T1TE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY 3IORXIM1, AUfi-4, 1908.
8 r..t.,HH,,i !!!;,!; HUM' I I I M M I 1 111 IIM1III I 1 I 111 1 I I rH I-i HUH I t Hill -H-H-H Tempe Department F. W. GRIFFEN. Manager WfHiW M M-H-I-M-M-H' 11 t 11 1 H"H'1"H--M-H-H-M :'ia"H-H-4H-H--H- A BATH THIS TIME OF THE YEAR Is a pleasure under any circumstance. It Is doubly so if you use a sponge nnd 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 us. LAIRD & DINES CORNER DRUG STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA Phone 231 LILY MILK A HOME PRODUCT. 9 For Sale by all Grocers MANUFACTURED AT TEMPE, ARIZONA Watch this Space W. LUKIN Cash Store 4- Soe Agency 1 HAN AN & SONS 1 New York Fine Shoes , I Hyder Bros.,--Tempe f -H-H-M"! I M I .H-H-H-H-H-H'-K'-K-t-y-W- -i AN ORGANIZATION OF WATER USERS Those 'Under the Priest Ditch Elect Officers and Organize. The water-users under what is com monly known as the Priest ditch held a rm-eting yesterday morning for the purpose f forming an organization that will be mutually beneficial and helpful to all parties concerned. The meeting was well attended by the water-users and the organization was perfected by the election of J. E. Mc Olain as president and IS. H. Scudder :c secretary and treasurer, said of ficers to hold their respective offices fjr one year from date without com jinsation. 'The forming of such an organization will bs productive of good results in more ways than one. There will be some one who will be officially re sponsible; some one to look after the iijterests of the shareholders. Ditch cleaning will be done with some sys tem and each water-user assessed his share of the expense by those in authority It frequently happens on ditches of this kind that one man per haps stands more than his share of ex lwnse. There is no working system and no way to make the necessary as sessments., Kueii man sort of looks otit for No. 1 first. The organization will obviate a great deal of this and it stands to reason that the users will fret better results and no one will pay more for the running expense of the ! canal than is rightly his share or any- less, either. The Priest ditch is one of the im portant laterals of the Kirkland Mc Kinley ditch. It supplies water to something "near a thousand acres of land and about twenty water-users are interested in it. At the meeting yesterday there was some talk of enlarging the canal, but no definite action was taken. The work of cleaning the ditch is now under way, however, and the matter of enlarging it will probably be brought up at a later date. EXHIBIT COMMITTEE REPORTS PROGRESS The Outlook Good For a Fine Exhibit of Tempe Produce in Due Time. EGGS 20c WM. GOODWIN'S Cash Grocery, Tempe 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, Rea! Estate, Loan and Insurance Agent Tempe, ... Arizona. H-H-M I I I I I i 1 1 II I I I I 1 I 1 1 1 PEACHES t HA VI NO ItOfOHT AN OR- 4 ciiakd will receive i daily the very finest i FIIl'IT OX THE MARKET, f WILL ROTH WHOLESALE t 4. AXD RETAIL. PARRY'S Then. Dickinson, the Tempe member of the exhibit committee appointed at the joint meeting of the chamber of commerce of Phoenix, Tempe and .Mesa to prepare the exhibit for the was yesterday asked how things were coming in as far as Tempe is con cerned in the matter. He replied that the outlook was good though not a great many exhibits had been brought in as yet. He Is keeping a list of those people who will have something about in the right condition for exhibition purposes between the llith and 1.1th of next month. It is his theory that fruit and such things, ir picked then will land at the congress in much bet ter condition than if picked now and kept on cold storage until the date of the big show. He already has a good sized list of the names of those who will have something to offer about' that time, but desires a larger one. Those who think that they will be able to do something for the good of the cause about that time, or even before, are requested to make them selves known to .Mr. Dickinson. OSrain and produce that will keep for a few BRYAN AND TAFT. LARGE SUPPLY OF BRYAN AND TAFT CAMPAIGN BANNERS, BUT TONS, ETC, JUST RECEIVED. C. A. GOODWIN NOVELTY STORE. Jfik - u it m t u u n i u , n 1 1 1 GOO.hens for sale to make room for young stock. Brown and White Leg horn, liarred Plymouth Rocks and Rhode Island Reds. Cklla-Dale Paultry Farm, Tempe, Ariz. EMBLEM FOBS. Wear the emblem of your lodge, whatever it may be. I keep them in sterling silver. 75 AND S1.00 EACH. FRANK LA MONT, Jeweler. weeks without being pickled or placed on cold storage can be brought in at any time nnd will be thankfully re ceived. It should not be gathered from this that peaches and other fruit is not wanted at this time. The idea is that if they will still ripen between now ami the loth of September, they will keep better on the trees than else where. Yesteray n fine box of icaches was brought in from the Trules Hertelsen ranch and will be sent to Phoenix to be cared for until time for shipment. These peaches are beauties, of good size, well colored and of delicious flavor. Finch and Carr, undertakers and em balmers. Tempe, Fhones, 131 Finch; and 179, Carr. SAW THE DAM. A Party of Tempe Boys Made the Trip and are Back Again. A party of four Tempe boys left here a week ago last night on a trip to Roosevelt. They returned yesterday morning after having had the time of their lives. They got caught in the rain, were at the dam when the big STorm crine up, went up in the skips, swam, hunted and did everything else that delighted their boyish hearts. Into that short week they crowded a lot more enjoyment than falls to the lot of many boys in their entire youth The trip was made without accident of any kind and not a single unpleas ant incident marred the pleasure of it The fact that the boys made the round trip with a pair of small ponies and a heavy three-seated spring wagon speaks well for the condition of the road. There were times on the heavy grades when all hands but the driver got out and walked, but thaty was part of the game and as much enjoyed as any other feature. They were in no special hurry and took their time, camping wherever night overtook them and breaking camp when they felt like it. They left Government" Wells yesterday morning about 2 o'clock and reached town shortly before noon. The members of the party were Hal Hughes. Willie Easterwood, Carl Chase and Horace (Iril'fen. FIREMEN'S MEETING. The regular monthly meeting of the Teme fire department will be held- tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock, at which hour the usual alarm will be sounded. It ia important that all members be present as there is busi ness of importance to be transacted and the' delegate to the territorial con vention in Tucson the first of July will make his report. RESTAURANT CHANGES HANDS. The restaurant in the Kingsbury block, near the Mill avenue station, has again changed hands, the China man who has recently been its pro prietor, having departed elsewhere. The new manager will be W. W. Wil liams, who is well known in Tempe. He will make every effort to give sat isfaction to his patrons. OATURE AND A WOMAN'S WORK LYDIA E. PINKHAM Nature and a woman's work com bined have produced the grandest remedy Jpr woman's ills that the world has ever known. In the pood old-fashioned days of our grandmothers they relied upon the roots and herbs of the Held to cure disease and mitigate suffering. The Indians on our Western Flains to-day can produce roots and herbs for every ailment, and cure diseases that baffle the most skilled physicians who have spent years in the study of drugs. From the roots and herbs of the field Lydia E. l'inkham more than thirty years ago gave Ui the women of the world a remedy for their pe culiar ills, more potent and eflica cious than any combination of drugs. Lydia K Iinkham's Vegetable Compound Is now recognized as the standard remedy for Avoman's ills. Mrs. Bertha iluff, of 515 X.C. St, Louisiana, Mo., writes : "Complete restoration to health means so much to me that for the sake of other suffering women I am willing to make my troubles public x "FortweWe years I had been suffer ing with the worst forms of female ills. During that time I. had, eleven different physicians without help. No tong-ue cin tell what I suffered, and at times 1 could hardly walk. About two years ago I wrote Mrs, Pinkham for advice. I followed it, and can truly say that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and Mrs, Pinkham's advice re stored health and strength. It is worth mountains of gold to suffering women." r? What Lydia E. Finkbam's Vege table Compound did for Mrs. Muff, it will do for other suffering women. ' U.6. R.-S. MEN HERE. T. C. Bradford and H. M. Burgmnn of the United States Reclamation ser vice, are registered at the Casa Loma. These gentlemen are engaged in gath erlng a detailed report of what the farmers of the valley have done the past year. The report will be kept for comparison With similar reports to be taken after the completion of the Tonto reservoir. . They have been working in the Mesa district for thi past few days. CANAL PHONES. Since last Saturday evening the peo ple on the, Tempe canal telephone Une have enjoyed the same privileges, as the people on the suburban lines. These canal phones now have centra) connections, as It was intimated would probably be thecase In The Republi can some time ago. A contract has been entered Into between the Phoenix company an'il the Canal company with that result. - " CAME BACK AGAIN. Pick Holmes- of Phoenix spent yes terday afternoon among his friends here. Mr. Holmes recently moved "to Los Angeles where he embarked in business. The climate did not agree with hfm and he" sold out, returning to Arizona. . The party he sold; to,- by the vay." IS a former Tempe young man, Abe Lukln, who left here last fall to try his fortune In a larger place. Mr. Holmes reports that Mr. Lukin is doing a good business and is prospering. THE $500 FUND. A meeting of the board of trade was held last night for the purpose of taking steps for raising money for the advertising of the city. It had been intended at first to raise only ?120 for the payment of the expenses of the exhibit of Tempe at the Al buquerque Irrigation congress exposi tion. Put it was later thought best to raise an additional sum to meet other expenses for the good of the town, for the .paymrnt of printing pnmphlets -and other forms of adver tising. -'. : . Judge Andrew. Nellsen was appoint ed a' solicitor to see the business men and the farmers of this vicinity in regard to this fund which was named tr.nlght "The tr.no Fund." NOTES AND PERSONALS. A. J. Houston and family leave to night for different California points, where tney will spend the rest of the summer. S. W. Qnindt of Prescott. formerly of this place, spent yesterday here on business. - Miss Josephine Mufphy and brother. who have been spending the winter here. leave this evening for their home in Emmetsburg, Iowa. Mrs. F. M. Undlow of Hillside has been spending a few days here mak- ng arrangements for the children to enter the Normal in September. -. Will Mullen has rented the Hagan avenue. Marshal Sam Brown, accompanied by his wife end daughter, will' leave this evening for Los Angeles ' and ther coast points. Iuring Mr. Prown's absence, A. R. Tomllnson will look after tht welfare of the town In he capacity of marshal. The Woman's Home Mission society of the M. E. church. South, will- meet his afternoon at Mrs. McLean's at 3 i'click. Will members please take notice OBJECT TO RtMOVAl OF MINING EXHIBIT Many Men' State ft Would Be Ruin ed in the Undertaking. Secretary R. A. Kirk of the fair commission who went as a special representative of the Phoenix board of trade to Cochise county and oth er southern - ooints on the matter f securing- funds for the transporta tion of the mining exhibit to the ir rigation congress at Albuquerque re turned to Phoenix yesterday and made a formal report to the' gover nor. Mr- Kirk stated yesterday that considerable oposition was met with among mining then to the proposed removal of the exhibit, they holding to the opinion . that it would never be returned! to the ter ritory in the condition it now pre sents, that many ores, velvet cop pers, crystals, etc., would be ruined and it was . a . long and extensive matter to secure another such dis-. play. . ' ' They rather held that another ex hibit should be cot together and eave the present one intact. It ap pears that the whole thing now has received a body blow, unless some other plan or different conclusion is irrlved at. Secretary Cowgill has entered into the matter enthusaistlc ally but felt somewhat discouraged over the turn things have taken. The Douglas board of trade held -a meet- ng but took no action regarding the proposition, leaving it till another week to settle - definitely. Upon the actions of the boards of trade in. theJ territory will rest the issue. ' Un doubtedly Arizona should " have a mining display as well as an agri cultural exhibit. Mr. Kirk's report is as follows: Governor J. II. Kiley. s Phoenix, Arizona. Sir: Acting on the request of the committee appointed to secure funds for the proposed display of the Ari zona mineral exhibit at the National Irrigation Congress at Albuquerque, I have made a trip to Cochise coun ty in an . effort to secure aid from the mining companies In that coun ty. - ... I had personal talks with Mr. Walter Douglas of the Copper Queen company, and CoL L. W. Powell of me A; A. Mining company,- whot had previously received the corres pondence mailed by Secretary Ceo. W. Cowgllt otl the Phoenix, board of trade. Hoth these gentlemen, and more esieeially Mr. Douglas, ex pressed, the opinion nnd in fact as serted most positively that the re moval of the territorial mineral ex hibit to Albuquerque would mean its practical destruction. Mr. Douglas stated that the exhibit of- bis com pany had been jirepared at a great expense, . had taken weeks of JaJior to pack by. an experienced man. and despite the care taken It had leen considerably damaged in transport- ng to Phoenix. Mr. Packard of the r i - The Natural Drink of America T it 3obn xawier. HE famous founder of Methodism was pre-eminently a man of heroic and humanitarian ideals, whose personal piety, beneficence and high moral teachings deserve the approbation of all good men. In one f his sermons he declares: "Without bread and wine the strongest bodies decay ... bread and wine keep up our natural life"; and again when criti cising a book, published 'by Dr. Cado gan, he praises the use of fermented liquor as "one of the noblest cordials of nature." In a pamphlet entitled "Primitive Physic" be advises his followers as fol lows: "Drink water only when it agrees with your stomach, if net good small beer." During his lifetime he traveled into every corner of the British Islands, crossed the ocean to America, preached 40,000 sermons and drank good malt beer and wine, from youth to old age, dying at over 80, a marvel of noble fortitude, physical endurance and mental power. HE most popular beer in the world. .THere is less profit to the dealer who sells it, because it costs more money at the brewery-than any other beer made. A royal brew of malt and hops whose absolute sov ereignty has never been challenged. Unquestionably THE KING OF ALL BOTTLED BEERS References Wesley's Place in Church History P. 201. Tyerman Biography. Vol. 3 P. 111. Primitive Physic by J. Wesley 1737. Bottled Only at tne ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWERY SL Louis, U. S. A. CORKED OR WITH CROWN CAPS. MELCZER BROS. CO.. Distributors PHOENIX. ARIZ. fair commission, had also talked with Mr. Douglas, previous to my seeing him, after which, he, Mr. Packard, desired jne to express to you his disapproval of the propsed removal of the exhibit. I also constilted with other prominent mining men regard ign the damage which might accure to the exhibit in packing and trans porting and they all corroborated the statements of Mr. Douglas. Under the circumstances I felt that it would be useless to proceed fur ther in the effort to raise funds for the removal of the exhibit now at the fair grounds. However, if there is time in which to gather another exhibit, I have the assurances of the people In the county of Cochise that they will do everything in their pow er to assist. Yours very respectfully, R. A. KIRK. NO RAISE MADE ON BASIS OF NEW RATE Mr. O'Malley Says a Few Cents Ad . vance a Month jfo Was General : Over United States. materials will naturally be affected by the increased demand. Kvery day new uses are being found for cement and even with the present number of miils and the new ones to be erected, it would keep them Jumping night and day to supply the market when a general building boom hits the country as it certainly will when financial con ditions are restored to what they were before last falls slump. Condition' are good in Phoenix, said Mr. O'Malley, compared to other places in the north and west. and. the demand for build ing materials is very active. The com pany is now completing its new ware house for an increased stock. o " -i One should choose a wife with the ears, rather than tne eyes. German. The users of cement in the Salt Riv er valley wBI get the benefit of the reduced rate from Kansas. Colorado and California, amounting to a saving of about 38 cents per barrel. ' The ce ment mills will not advance the price specially to affect this valley and to take advantage of the Phoenix buyers! with the new traffic now in effect ! over the Santa Fe as announced in I Sunday's Republican. , i This In substance was the statement , made yesterday by J. C5. O'Malley of j Uie O'Malley Lumber company, to a I reporter. Asked if any advance had i been made on the basis of the new rate Mr. O'Malley said that from what he had learned the mills would not do j this, as they would be glad to encour age business in a new and growing market -- 4 M I Cement had been advanced in price a few cents aboflt a month ago, generally nil over the country, as was printed in press dispatches in The Republican nt the time, but the cement manufac turers knew nothing of the new rate to - be "given to Phoenix '. and as their market is so extensive, prob ably never gave such a contingency any thought. Mr. O'Malley was in Colorado and Kansas at the time and talked to cement makers over the sit uation generally. They said that the mills had been in a fight for sometime that cement had alwut hit the bottom, that they were selling Portland at about cost. The starting of new mills liad started the warfare, but that they were getting together and would probably agree to uit cutting -each others throats, in a business way, nnd elevate the price a few cents where there would be a fair profit for ail. New mills were being built every .few nvjnths and, no big raise wrjs probable. THe agreement was - shortly " made among the cement men and a general raise followed. ' Mr. O'Malley said hvever, from his observations' he belelved nowwas as goPa time to buy as ever. Cement is going to be in great demand when tin-re is a general resumption of build ing of atl kinds through out the coun tl)y, and cement, like metals and other NATURE'S PERFECT TONIC There 13 scarcely any or.c, no matter how viperous and healthy, who d "es r.ot need a tonic sometimes. Little physical irreprularitics tipsct the sy::te-.i, the appetite fniis. digestion is poor, the body feels tired a:id worn c::L", CAtl other unpleasant symptoms give warr.in"; that the system is disor dered and seeds ar.sir.t.mcc to wr.rd off, perhaps, some serious sickness or ailment. S. S. S. b recojrnized everyvhere as the bcrt of all tonics, nature's medicine, made entirely of healin;t, -leansin;r, invigorating roots and herbs, a systemic remedy without an equal. S. 8. S. has the additional value of being the irreatest cf all blood purifier.-,. It re-cstablir.hcs the healthy circu lation of the blood, rids the Ixuly of that ':ired, worn-oat fcelin;;, improves the appetite and digestion, ar.d brings alxwtt a return of health to those v.hora rystcn-.s have been v.-eahencd or depleted. S. acts more promptly and pleasantly than any other medicine, ar.d thorc who .-.rerun down i:i health should commence its uso at ence. It will thoroughly purify the blo.xl and tone up the system. S. i. S. b admir.iMy sr.ited fur i Fysteir.ic remedy because it is free from minerals : it v..-.:y le used without harmful resulli: by persons of any ae, and no unplc.isant c Tects ever follow. New York Central Lines TO NEW YORK The "DIFFERENT" Route WHY?- It Lands You "IN" New York City Grand Central Station Only railroad terminal in New York. Right in the heart of the hotel and residence district. Subway station under same roof. Fifteen minutes -to Brooklyn without change. ' ' ' All you have to do is GET ON THE TRAIN "IN" GET OFF THE TRAIN "IN' CHICAGO OR ST. LOUIS NEW YORK Then you're there. "LAKE SHORE" Via Chicago The Route of the "20th Cen tury Limited. "MICHIGAN CENTRAL" Via Chicago "The Niagara ('alls Route." "BIG FOUR ROUTE" Via St. Louis ami I'eoria. F. M. P.yron, S. C. P. A. 21C W. Fourth Street. Los Angeles, Cal. WARREN J. LYNCH, Passenger Traffic Manager, CHICAGO.