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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SATURDAY 3IORNIXG, AUGUST 29, 1908.
3 Tempe Department F. W. GRIFFEN, Manager i 1 1 1 1 n nil 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 i hi n 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 s 1 1 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 1 1 1 im 1 1 1 him 1 1 1 1 n A BATH THIS TIME OF THE YEAR Is a pleasure under any circumstance. It Is doubly so If you use a sponge and a box of talcum powder selected from the stock of A. M. HARMER, The Druggist. m . a . ...... , - - . . . , 1 . , 1 1 I J 1 1 VI .1 . u u I . . . - " - ? I I T "m , n ..i ..v. I ..v. oiintvnsAil f thrive laniuiaa !, a w o w X In a banana country. Barring bananas T and monkeys in the tree tops, there is J little tropical which cannot be found nourishing In the Salt River val- T ley, including all the fruits common to Itlie north. At this season the most I de'.'cately flavored pcacher am on 'he market and have been all summer. Dears are plentiful, and grapes, canta loupes, watermelons, berries of all kinds do as well here as any where in the world. No . country produces . as vegetables, cerlals. grasses, flowers and hiia le trees as the valley of- the Salt, with the advantages of irrigation and ordinary industry This article will also serve to answer the ouerv addressed to the writer not long ago when a friend in the Sucker state, asked if Phoenix was an aaoDe town, or did they now build frame houses. Great jupiplng fishhooks, man, there are more brick, not adobe, nor frame, more brick dwelling in Phoenix than in any town of its size in any state In the middle west. The TAKE HOME an ice cold bottle of Duffey's Grape Juice, and quarts. v We have them In pints LAIRD & DINES CORNER DRUG STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA Phone 231 CIGARS and TOBACCOES 9 All the leading brands and mixtures to delight the most fastidious users of tobacco and we know how to pre serve a perfect smoke. Parry LILY MILK A HOME PRODUCT. For Sale by all Grocers MANUFACTURED AT TEMPE," ARIZONA Hamilton Brown Shoe SOLE AGENCY, TEMPE W. LUKIN CASH STORE nected home from California today or tomorrow morning and a card rrom me jwl)je a variety of fruits, nnstur announces regular morning ser- i vices at the M. E. church Sunday ; morning. ! Rev. W. H. Salyer has returned and ! will hold regular morning services at the Christian church Sunday morning at the usual hour. THE LAST HOLIDAY According to an agreement entered into by the business men of Tempe early in the summer, yesterday after noon is the last half holiday this sea son. The plan was worked well this summer and the public suffered ttle fdobe shack among the greaswood Inconvenience, wnue on me omer naiiu .,h , elrkiv verbenas and sweet peas struggling for life by the doorstep the merchants and clerks were given an afternoon a week for rest and recreation. CASA LOMA GUESTS Registered at the Casa Loma yes terday were the following: Harry Thompson, San Francisco; C. A. Rick etts, T. H. Sutton, Los Angeles; and R. H. Bernal, phoenix. Finch and Carr, undertakers and em balmers. Tempe, Phones, 131 Finch; and 179, Carr. . GETTING BETTER The condition of Claude Stewart, whose case has attracted so much at tention this week, was some better yesterday. He is gradually regaining his faculties and yesterday asked for and smoked a couple of cigarettes, a sure indication that he Is on the road to recovery. VISITORS HERE Mr. and- Mrs. A. Herzberg of Phoe nix spent the afternoon here yesterday with the Luklns. Mr. Herzberg took advantage of the Friday afternoon holiday. till 1MM t 1 I I I'M HI HIM I H mi Hit HI 1 1 Ml 111 i ! VI I11!1 LADIES: When you are looking for footwear, you naturally go where you have the greatest assortment from which to select and where every J. shoe is a guaranteed article. That place is at Hyder Bros.,--Tempe The house of quality. MH i I HHI I'1M"M"M"M I I I I'M 'I I I .iiH'lM'1"MiltiirMiiiMlflM1.1'' A BABY BOY. The cigars are on Dave Teeter, for it is a boy. just what he wanted. The youngster arrived yesterday morning and Mr. Teeter returned from a busi ness trip to Tucson just intlme to greet his latest addition to the family. Both the baby and Mrs. Teeter are doing nicely. The Popular Restaurant, Kingsbury block, first class meals. W. TV. Vil liams, rrop. FORMER ItMPE GIRL WEDS AT IMPERIAL The Marriage Last Tuesday Evening Of Cecilia Conser to O. K. Thomas. The following account of the Thomas-Conser wedding at Imperial last Tuesday evening will be of inter est to Tempe readers for the reason that Miss Conser was for years a Tempe girl and has many warm friends here. The account of the ceremony Is taken from the Imperial Daily Stan dard and is as follows: A beautiful home wedding was sol emnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Conser on Imperial avenue last evening at 8:30 o'clock. The contract ing parties were Miss Cecilia Esther Conser and Olin Keller Thomas, Rev. Mott Mitchell officiating. The Con ser home was beautifully decorated, white carnations predominating. Only relatives and Intimate friends of the bride and groom were present. The wedding march from "Lohengrin" was iilajed by Miss Etta E. Thomas, sister of the groom. Following the ring ceremony, ac cording to the ritual of the Methodist Episcopal church, the guests were Served wfh elaborate refreshments. The table decorations followed the general color scheme used in the house decorations. The wedding cake was HOME on the Installment plan. TRUCK Garden Land For Rent R. A. WINDES, Real Estate Loans and Insurance. TEMPE, ARIZONA. E00 hens for sale to make room for young stock. Brown and White Leg horn, Barred Plymouth Rocks and Rhode Island Reds. Cklla-Data Paul try Farm, Tampa, Ariz. ' Look over our line of curios, just the right things for presents. Line of Japanese goods Just received. Al ways something new at G. A. Good win's Novelty Store. A SIGNET RING beautifully engraved with Initial or monogram makes a pleasing gift that will last forever. We have an assortment that will satlsfify every imaginable taste. FRANK LA MONT. decorated with orange blossoms. The bride and groom were generous ly remembered with presents from numerous friends. Miss Conser form erly lived in Arizona and early girl hood friends were represented in the list of presents. Hoping to elude friends before de parting to coast and mountain resorts Mr. and Mrs. Thomas at an early hour, this morning were driven to Brawley, where they took the morning train for Los Angeles. Numerous friends arm ed with characteristic souvenirs were at the Imperial depot this morning to bid them farewell. A number of these, not to be disappointed, boarded the train and were present to welcome the bride and groom as they boarded the cars at Brawley for Los Angeles. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. W. D. Conser and one of the favorite in the younger social set of Imperial. The bride's father, W. D. Conser, is one of the pioneer dry goods merchants of this city. The groom, although a compara tively young man, holds the responsible position of cashier ft the First Na tional Bank of Imperial, and posses ses the esteem and respect of the en tire community, being a member of the board of city trustees. HERE FROM NOGALES. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Teeter have ar rived from Nogales, making the trip overland. They were accompanied by E. E. Stuart, who left here a few weeks ago, and Jas. Madsen, a brother of Mrs. Teeter, from Nogales. They were five days making the trip, but stopped over one day at Tucson. They report a very pleasant journey with sport of all kind en route and plenty of small game. SHORT NOTES F. C. Thomas Is here from his mine for a day or twtt. Some improvements are being made in the Popular restaurant in the Kings bury block. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hadlock returned yesterday from a trip to Southern Cal ifornia points. ' Misses Sadie Stauffer and Elizabeth Ullmer spent last evening here be tween trains. They left on the Mari copa train for Morenci where they re sume charge of their schools the first of September. There will be an Important meeting of the I. O. O. F. tonight at the usual hour. J. C. Robblns and family yesterday returned from Sun Flower where they have been spending the hot months. J. C. Chllson is down from his cattle range. R. W. Westover and family returned yesterday from Taylor, in the northern part of the territory, where they have been spending the past month. John Lynch is here preparing to en ter the Normal when it opens. a Viurrn entlne in the offing, and a brush shed barn, a goat and one game rooster In the back yard, is no more a type of an Arizona home.: in these days, than was Darius Green's flying machine a type of the alrfleets of the future. ; ' O TO KILL THE WOMAN. There is no need in killing a wom an with worry and nervousness now taht Sexine Pills are available for prolonging life and happiness. Sex ine Pills are guaranteed for all rorms of weakness in men and women. Price 11 a box: six boxes $5, with full - guarantee. Address or call on Elvey & Hulett, where they sell all the principal remedies and do not substitute. WRECKERS OF NOME QUARREL OVER PREY Mrs. Diaz Deserts Her Two Children and Husband Now in Jail Facing Serious Charge. lil t I 1 1 t I I 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1' I l fr f.M"l M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 I I 1 1 t I 1 1 1 1 M"M"M"M M M 1 1 1 H "M I 1 1 1 1 1 Mesa Department W. H. HOGLE, Manager I H I I II I I I I I I I I I 'I I I I I H"W"M"H"H' ! 1 I I 1 "I-H-H-M- ! II H I 1 1 1 I I I'll i I'll I I M"l ! ! 1 1 I ! I"l' l"l"l HORSE RACtS AI THE NtW TRACK TODAY They Are Scheduled for 2 O'Clock This Afternoon on Bullock Road North of Phoenix. Eldonosa, the race horse belonging to J. W. Graham of Phoenix, which will take part in the half mile dash at the racing event today, with Dotard, owned by Commodore Passey of this place, arrived on the morning train yesterday. This race will be contestej for a purse. Besides this interesting race there will -be one of three-eighths of a mile between King, owned by Herman Crismon, and Miss Cook, the property of Dr. A. B. Cook. Commodore Passey will ride the former and Mr. Cook will ride his own horse. -; The races will be pulled off on the Bullock road, two miles northeast of the city, at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The road has been leveled and graded up for a speedway for one-half mile, and it Is In good condition. Aside from the two races mentioned, it is under stood that there will be several other entries for other races. The witnessing of the events at the race track this afternoon will be free, and the best of order will be maintain ed at the grounds. Much interest is being expressed in the horses to be run, as all of them are good animals for speeding and the event promises to be of unusual Interest. COURSES OF STUDY fOR HIGH SCHOOL captain of the Alma team. It Is un derstood that Isaac Rogers will be chosen as captain of the Papago team, but this has not been definitely set tled at this time. Eliza Allen and Isaac Rogers have been engaged in getting the track at Drew's park In proper condition for the meet. It must be borne in mind by the captains of the different teams that September 1st is the last day on which entries for the contest can be made, and all those desiring to par ticipate in any of the events scheduled must have their names in on or before the date named. WILD DUCKS PLENTIFUL. ' Local hunters report that within the past few days the n-sular fall migra tion of the wild ducks has commenced, and that now ma:sy of the birds are following the water course of the Salt river and that thr.y are also often seen around the tank? at many " .the i inches. The game Is repirted as vory p'.cn titul Quail unl white wings are also In abundance t lit seas in, and the in dications are '.hat as soon as the sea son begins for the basgin? of the d'.f feient birds ar"-l game the sportsmen in this section will have no difficulty i-i securing a fine bag of wild game. Company B of the First Colorado In fantry, which was among the first of the regiments to land In the Philip pines. Mr. Tuft met several of his old comrades In Mesa. M. P. Holladay will serve drinks and cold dishes at the racing event this afternoon on Bullock street. Among these will be the famous hoky pokey, which has such a run at r.he coast. The dance at the Vance auditorium last evening was a success and many assembled at the hall to trip the light far.tastic. Good music had been fur nished fur the occasion and the man agement made every effort to make the- affair enjoyable and pleasant to the patrons. Fred Weekes, who has been very 111 with typhoid fever for several eeks past, is reported as Improving very satisfactorily and it Is hoped that he will soon be able to be about again. A lot of new and attractive premium pictures have been received at the firm of LeSueur & Gibbons. These consist of handsome pictures framed In oak framing and will be given to customers making purchases to the amount of $25.00. A reduction of 25 per cent will be allowed on air sum mer dress goods. TEACHERS ENTERTAIN SCHOL ARS. All of the Sunday school scholars of the Methodist Episcopal church who spent their summer in Mesa were yes terday tendered a delightful social time by the Sabbath school teachers of that church. The affair was given on the lawn of the parsonage, and a goodly number of the young folks gathered there to enjoy the occasion. Dainty refreshments were served and games provided for the entertainment of the pupils. Jose Fierros, Andreas Aguirre and Juana Diaz, the wife of Antonio Diaz, are repining in the county jail and the charge to which they will have to an swer is adultery. One of the two men was arrested Thursday night, the other yesterday morning, by Constable Mur phy, who has been Investigating the case since two weeks ago, when the husband of Juana first made complaint at Justice Johnstone's office. The er ring wife was arrested yesterday af ternoon by Deputy U. S. Marshal Por terie. . Up to about two weeks ago Mrs. Diaz was a faithful wife and mother of two children. Then the tempter came In the person of Aguirre and Mrs. Diaz wanted to get a divorce fmm hir hnvhiinri Khf rlirl not Wfllt fnr flint hnnrsror hut itaortx) her I Ancient History, husband and children for Aguirre. This! Spanish Teachers for the Fall Term Opening On September 14th. An instructing and interesting little booklet containing much information of a valuable nature to both the stu dents and parents of the local schools has been prepared and Issued by the board of directors of the Union High school of Mesa. The work embodies the course of study as adopted for the approaching term of school, as well as rules and regulations to be followed by the pup ils and Is useful. The scholastic year will commence here on September 14th. Herewith Is printed the course of study which will be folowed: Ninth year Algebra, Latin, German, English, Biology, CURIOUS QUESTIONS ABOUT PHOENIX. ARIZ. Some Think It Is Yet a Dobe Town With No More Vegetation Growing Than on Uncle Hank's Granite Monument, SALE OF RANCH Through the agency of R. A. Windes, the ten acres belonging to C. ANBacon and situated' a couple of miles cast of town has been sold 'to Dr. O. S. Geer of Congress Junction. The sale in cluded the furniture, live stock, poultry and practically everything on the place. The purchase price was on the basis of $280 per acre, a substantial increase over what Mr. Bacon paid for it a little over a year ago. Mr. and Mrs. Bacon are making prepara tions to leave in a short time for Cal ifornia where they will locate. CHURCH NOTICES Baptist church; Sunday school at 10 a. m., attractive singing by the school. Union Services In the evening. Ser mon by Rev. Salyer. Young peoples meeting at 7:15. Rev. Wilber Fisk and family are ex- If you want 10, 20, 40, 80 acres or more I have It. If you want im proved or unimproved city property I have It. A. B. TOMLINSON, Tempe, Arizona. -AT- Goodwin's Gash Grocery An Oregon friend writing to Mrs. J. L. Gant recently asks a number of questions concerning Arizona which have been asked time and again and will continue to be asked till the peo ple of the country are better Informed regarding a section of the U. S. which has been maligned and misrepresented mi! than any one place in the west. 1 he writer wishes to know just how hot It is here so she may feel cooler there by thinking of the contrast. If the testimony of all the people who have gone east this summer and re turned is to be taken as good evidence, Chicago, New York, Boston and num erous eastern cities are afflicted with a more insufferable kind of heat than Phoenix, Ariz. The eastern hot wave is a heat that withers, and wilts and wastes away the energies, a heat that kills; while prostrations are many In these places, death from heat stroke, not superinduced by alcholic indulg ence, Is unknown In Phoenix. The ab sence of high humidity here Is the sav ing virtue of the summer weather. The sensible temperature Is therefore less. Phoenix is not a bake oven as some believe, and there have been few nights this summer which were not comfort ably cool, cool enough for restful slumber in the open, or on the screen porch, the most healthful sleep that mankind knows. No stuffy rooms for the Phoenicians, Its to the backlot or the front lawn, and that which might scandalize the neighborhood in Sixlng town. Ills., is too common for comment here. It is also asked by the same corres pondent if people here have tropical things in their yards, like bananas, or dont they have anything green at all. Also is there anything but cactus growing wild. The snake editor has found no growing bananas In his illicit love, however, did not go along happily. Another gay Lothario in the person of Jose Fierros, the half brother of Aguirre, appeared on the scene, and won her away fromthe first wrecker of the Diaz home. Diaz at first want ed his wife to return to his roof-tree, but she refused. After her later es capade he wanted her and her para mour prosecuted. Like thieves quarreling over their plunder, bad blood raged between the half brothers over the woman, which wound up on Monday night in a fight that threatened to end in a cutting af fray. The woman chose Jose and no amount of fighting over her could cause her to return to her former wooer. Jose and Mrs. Dias decided that if they were to escape detection they had better move to another part of the city and a room was procured in a house in Murphy addition. Here Constable Murphy found them late Thursday night. He also found the room occupied by another woman and three other men. The windows and doors were closed and tightly locked. Fierros was arrested that night and Aguirre was taken in tow in the morn ing. The charge on which they were jailed was for the fighting of Monday night. When Diaz appeared yester day he swore to the other complaint and It is likely that their preliminary hearing will be had today before Jus tice Johnstone. Constable Murphy has procured enough evidence to convict Felrros and Mre. Diaz, but the case of Aguirre, the original serpent in the grass, will be more difficult to prove. Tenth year Plane Geometry, Medi aeval and Modern History, Physical Geography, English, German, Latin, Spanish. Eleventh year Algebra, Physics, Bookkeeping, English History, English. Latin, German, Spanish. Twelfth year Solid Geometry, Trig onometry. Arithmetic, Chemistry, States History and Gevernment, Eng lish, Latin, German. The teachers for the new term will be as follows: Principal, John D. Loper; Mathe matics, Zebulon Pearce: English, Ella Andrews; Latin and History, Nora Smith; Science and German, N. S. Robertson. ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST. Mrs. J. R. Blakeley and young daughter returned yesterday from an extended visit to relatives in Iowa and other places In the east. Both Mrs. Blakeley and her daughter enjoyed the j trip greatly but are glad to be at home once more. Ed Jones and family returned yes terday morning from a vacation spent In the mountains. While making the trip homeward, Charles Lewis, who was a member of another camping party, in some way fell in a stream of water and was unable to extricate himself, and others in the crowd were endeavoring to release him when the Jones party drove up. and with their added assistance Mr. Lewis was brought out safely. Oliver E. Tuft, representative of the the Pacific Biscuit company of San Francisco, was in town yesterday, talking business among the local mer chants. Mr. Tuft was a member of 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 HERE IS YOUR CHANCE: We are cutting up forty acre tract Into six G-acre and two 10-acre " tracts. 3700 crate3 of cantaloupes were --shipped from twenty acres of this ground located 1 1-2 miles from Mesa in best soil of this choice dis trict. Part down. Easy terms irj balance. Write tis or see us at once. Money to loan. Pomeroy-Guthrie Realty Co. Oldest Agency in Mesa. 1st door east of P.O. Mesa. Arizona. WANTED By two adults two or more rooms, furnished for house keeping or board In private rooms preferred. Address J. General Delivery, Mesa. Ariz. familv. B. H-J- M-fr-H-H-M-K-W--: NO NAME HATS. The advantage that lies in selling the NO NAME $150 HAT is the recognition of its style and quality. It has stood the test of time and has won the high rank among the leading makes. You can't go wrong by buying the J3.50 No Name hat. We are the sole agents. THE TOGGERY GEO. A. JOHNSON, Mesa's Only Men's Store. fr.M..M"M..M...,M"Ki.l',r,MM The marriage of Prince William of The mariage of Prince William of Sweden and the Grand Duchess Ma rie Paulowna of Russia unites all the crowns of the courts of Europe in thus allying the houses Bernadotte and Romanoff. o Ptomaine Serum. Professor Wassermann of Berlin has succeeded in finding a serum which cures ptomaine poisoning. O. S. STAPLEY ENJOYING VA CATION. Recent Information from O. S. Stap ley, received by friends here. Is to the effect that at that time he was at San Luis Obispo, on the return trip to Los Angeles, from a lengthy journey via automobile to San Francisco and other places of interest in northern California. The party of thirty-two automobiles which left the City of Angels practi cally disbanded on reaching San Fran cisco, the occupants of each choosing their route by which to make the jour ney home ward. Mr. Stapley states that his health has been greatly bene fitted by the sojourn at the coast, and that ho Is enjoying his stay there immensely. TODAY'S SPECIAL DISHES Includes ' PUSTACHE ICE CREAM, CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM, ' VANILLA ICE CREAM, GRAPE SHERBET. HOLLADA Y'S, the Home of Egg Drinks THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. will take you through to Roosevelt from Mesa In ten hours. One of the most scenic stage routes in America. Five relays. Phone us for Information. Fare, $6.00. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. Truth and Quality appeal to the Well-Informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent success and creditable standing, Accor ingly, it m not claimed that Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is the only remedy of known value, but one of many reasons why it is the best of personal and family laxatives is the fact that it cleanses, sweetens and relieves the internal organs on which it acts without any debilitating after effects and without having to increase the quantity from time to time. It acts pleasantly and naturally and truly as a laxative, and its component parts are known to and approved by physicians, as it is free from all objection able substances. To get its beneficial effects always purchase the genuine manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading drug- WILL RETURN TO VALLEY TO MAKE HOME. G. L. Young, the Jeweler here, Is In receipt of a letter from his father, H. L. Young, who recently visited his son here, and during his stay was shown around the valley. He writes from Sterling City, Texas, that as soon as possible he will dispose'of his prop erties in that section and come to the Gem City with a view to becoming a permanent resident here. Mr. Young is evidentally very favorably Impressed with what he saw In the Salt River valley, and It Is pleasing to learn tlit he Intends to return here to locate permanently. 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. CONTRACT AWARDED. The contract for the furnishing of refreshments at Drew's park on Field day, September 7th, was awarded to M. P. Holladay yesterday morning, he being the highest bidder for the privi lege of being permitted to serve cool ing drinks and refreshments on this occasion. Mr. Holladay will have a suitable booth erected at the grounds and. things gotten In readiness in con nection v!!h his contract. TRACK TEAMS PRACTICING. Captains Chosen foi Different Ward and Grounds Being Placed in Good Condition. The several track teams of the dif ferent wards which will participate In the contest for the loving cup to be awarded to the Winning team on M. I. A. field day at Drew's park, on Sep tember 7th, are busily engaged in get ting in shape and practice for the event. The track teams of Mesa, Alma and Papago wards are making good pro gress in the work, and they will soon be able to select the contestants for the several events. . M. P. Holladay has been selected as the captain of the Mesa team and Bert Hunsaker as H I 111 1 H 1 M 1 1 M. M..M..M 1 1 H"i-S-fr-M "l 'M-H-H-H' I H 1111 Ml ' WUNDERHOSE Are made of the very best two-thread corned Egyptian yarn, ma le with extra heavy heels and toes, reinforced at these points with linen thread and dyed by special sanitary process. Designed to give the maximum of service, A. Hunsaker till 1 1 I III II 1 I 1 li 11 1 U 11 111 M "H H'liWIH n'HiH'.M'H NEW PREMIUMS RECEIVED We have just received a new lot of pictures. Each one Is handsome ly framed in a large stained oak frame. The designs are all new. One of these elegant premiums will be given with each $25.00 pur chase in the Dry Goods Department. THE LESUEUR-GIBBONS STORE, MESA, ARIZONA. COME IN AND REFRESH YOURSELF AT GROVER'S The Following Will Constitute Today's Specials CHOCOLATE NUT PARFE, VANILLA ICE CREAM, PEACH SHERBET. All family and special orders delivered