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TIJE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMRFR 9, 1908.
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Manager h-m-k 4 4 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i a i m n n-i i i i i i i n n n i i i i i i i n i n i 111 i nun i t 1 1 1 1 1 has reached a decision. i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 n 1 1 !! ii 1 1 n m 1 1-1 1 n ii n 1 1 1 1 1 n i n n 1 1 1 n i u 1 1 1 1 1 n i 1 1 1' Dep School Books Normal, High and Public School Students, Call on Us for Your School Books--We Have a Com plete Supply LAIRD & DINES Phone 231 J. W. PARRY I Dealer In We Deliver to all parts of the town . LILY' MILK A HOME PRODUCT. For Sale by all Grocers MANUFACTURED AT TEMPE, ARIZONA Hamilton Brown Shoe SOLE AGENCY, TEMPE W. LUKIN CASH STORE AND the biggest trade. That means geed fresh gocds all the time. The varieties are more tban 47 at The Club Pool Room A GOOD HOME OF FOIiTY ACRES Close in for sale cheap; also ranches and small tracts for sale or -ciit. A. B. TOM LINSON, TEMPE, ARIZ. EGGS 26c -AT- Goodwin's Cash Grocery Just Received ! A FULL LINE OF MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S FAMOUS BLACK HOSIERY. The Arizona Mercantile Co. TEMPE FOR RENT 3 small ranch's near town. Who will build some houses to rent? R. A. WINDES, Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. Brown and white Leg horns, Barred Plymouth ' Rocks, R. I. Red and Black Minorca eggs for setting alter Sept. 13. tl.r.O for IS. C. W. ALEXANDER. Calla Dale Poultry Farm, TEMPE, ARIZ. JEWELRY AND NOVELTIES A Choice Assortment at GOODWIN'S NOVELTY STORE. For the Normal Public and High Schools Also a complete line of School Supplies and Accessories. HARMER'S DRUG STORE Phone 171. Next Door to P.O. Tempe CORNER DRUG STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA Choice Groceries THEN SOME 1L Everybody knows that we have the largest stock of Tobacco in Tempe and Hat Pins made out of Muam Real Rose Hat Pins It does not seem possible, yet it is true, that these Hat Pins are made out of live roscs.and chanced into metal by secret process. This discovery is without doubt one of the lost am of the ancient Egyptians. They are the most beautiful of all Hat Pins. No two are alike. Made in ftiishes to conform ;o the prevailing; fashions in millinery. Six sizes F.verybodyistalkingaboutthem. Don't fail to come in an-seel hn. These are thearnuin- DEI AMOTHE Real lose Hjt Pi-is. FRANK LA MONT JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. TEMPE, ARIZ. RPO Real J Y Roses ILvyO Metal- VADIfil cinuiv IS NOW COMPLETE Made So by the Election of Miss Critchley to a Position in the Train ing School. Actual work began at the normal yesterday with the assembly of the students and members of the faculty in the assembly room at 9 o'clock. The faculty is now complete, made so by the arrival of Misses Odell, Newlert, Critchley and Prof. Wade on Monday. Miss Odell Is from Illi nois and Miss- Newbert from Cali fornia. They take the places made vacant by the resignation of Misses j Flnnie and Hutchinson. Both are competent instructors and hold mas ter degrees. Miss Critchley Is no lother than Miss Josie Critchley of I Tombstone, who graduated from the I normal with the class of 1907, and taught last year at her home town. She has been elected to a. position in -the training school, made vacant by the resignation of Miss Caruthers. Miss Critchley's advancement has been rapid and to be elected to a position in the faculty of the school from which one graduates in a little over a year's time. Is no little honor. It is noticeable that the four critic teachers in the normal training school are all graduates of the institution. Prof. Wade returned Monday from Indnn, Canada, where he has been spending the summer. The new teachers were introduced to the students yesterday and each was prevailed upon to make a short address. Following this and various announcements by President Mat thews, work began. Most of the day was devoted to written tests in the lower grades. The attendance yesterday was ISO, which is regarded as exceptionally good for the first assembly. Prob ably this number will be Increased by at least fifty by the end of the week. Have you tried it? Xut Bread. What? Butter SFCOND DAY AT THt HIGH SCHOOL It Showed an Increased of Four Pupils. Attendance The second day at the Union high hool was productive of four new pupils, making a total now of an even fifty. This was much better than could possibly have been expected and demonstrates beyond all question that Tempe needed a school of this character. Little time was lost yesterday in getting down to work and classes recited with as little concern as if the school had been in session a month. The same conditions of af fairs prevailed at the public school. There was a gratifying increase in the attendance and no time was wasted in getting things in running order. ; Miss Laura Schmidt has opened a , studio at her home on east Eighth St. ; where she is now ready to give in structions in iiano. AUTOMOBILE WAS HEAVY. j The extra part of Andrew Neil- sen s new auto arrived yesterday morning and the machine was set up. .During the procedure the machine toppled ever so little, but it was enough to bump Bernie Bruce just alove the ear and cut a deep gash. Japanese boy wishes to work and go to school. P. O. Box 1446. SHORT NOTES. Miss Laura Schmidt has opened a music studio at the Sell mi tz home on Eighth street and is prepared to take students in piano instruction. . . Dobson returned yesterday from Los Angeles, to which place be shipped a couple of cars of hogs last week. Mrs. R. L. Alexander has returned from Missouri, where she has been sending the summer with her pa rents. O. D. Hull of the reclamation serv- lice is registered at the Casa Loma. I Miss Mary Corbell has returned from Los Angeles, where she has !been spending the past few weeks. Miss Maza Bailey returned yester day morning from Prescott I have purchased Dr. Ogburn's den tal business in Tempe and have moved the office to the Richardson residence, next door to the postoffice. I .will be in Mesa on Fridays at Dr. Drane's of fice. Signed. Dr. W. Do Vore. SOMETHING NEW. Tempe merchants and business men are thoroughly up to date and are offering to the public something new all the time. The latest is a hat pin made of live, roses, but the roses are just turned into metal and then mounted on hat pins. The secret process of changing live roses into metal is a discovery of a noted French electro-chemist, by name Prof. I G. Delamothe, who says he can chanp-p any vegetable or animal sub stance into metal. The pins are handled here by Frank La Mont, the jeweler, and he used considerable space this morning telling about them. They are certainly the most beautiful things of the kind ever seen and are quite the fad in the east Finch and Carr, undertakers and em balmers. Tempe, Phones, 131 Finch; and 179, Carr. BOOKLETS ARRIVE. Ten thousand booklets, setting forth the advantage of Tempe and vicinity, and printed by the Tempe board of trade, have been received from Los Angeles. A few samples were scat tered nlout town yesterday and al ready the demand for them is great. Nearly every one who has seen a Special Sunday luncheon at 12 and dinner at 6 today at the Olive. A GENERAL RAIN. The south side was treated to couple of good showers early Monday evening and yesterday morning. Kast of town the rainfall was heavier than it was in town and south, for at the date orchard the report given out by F. H. Simmons only showed .17 of an inch. mm appearances mere was a great deal more rain in the mountains east and " a rise .in the river is looked for. C. M. Zander of Buckeye, who is stopping here a few days, had a telephone message from that end of the valley stating that there had been a hard rain there. The Popular Restaurant, Kingsbury tl.K-k. first class meals. W. W. Wil Hams, r rop NEW STUDENTS' RECEPTION. The Christian Endeavorers of the Christian church will tender a recep tion to the new students of Tempe, Friday evening, the 11th, at the tab ernacle. One of the attractions of the evening will be "Who Am I?" Light refreshments will be served and it will be an excellent opportunity for the new students to make ac quaintances with each other and with the people of Tempe. SAW TUCSON. A number of Tempe people took advantage of the Tucson excursion on the 6th and th, among them the fol lowing: K. T. Hyder, Morril Ander son, John Fletcher and F. K. Empey. They returned yesterday morning and rejiorted a very' pleasant trip. FROM THE SAN PEDRO. E. D. Stevens returned yesterday morning from the San Pedro valley a little the other side ot Benson, where he has been since April. He reports that Otis Carr, formerly of this place, is doing well there. He is engaged in truck gardening and has a patch of onions that weigh from one to three pounds each and arc as big as a man's hat. CHAMPION HOME. Sergeant Chris Sigala of Company C returned yesterday morning from Perry, O., where he took in the na tional shoot as a memler of the territorial rifle team. Chris distin guished himself by making the high est score in the team at the shoot. He took his time on his way home, stopping over at Chicago a few days and again at New Orleans. POOL ROOM IMPROVEMENTS. A number of improvements are now under way at the Club ool room. G. M. Bobst of Phoenix was here yes terdny placing new rail cloth on all the tables, and today Paperhanger Branch of Phoenix will be here and give the room a fresh coat of paper. Still other improvements that will add to the appearance of the room are contemplated. NEW CASES ARRIVE. There never was a time when so many business men in Tempe were so much engaged in changing around and improving their places of busi ness. Hardly a business house in town has not been in some manner altered recently. Yesterday G. A. Goodwin received a shipment of floor display show cases from St. Louis. They match up with the other cases and complete the fixtures of his nov elty store. Taken by Powerful Man. No man is so powerful that he does not have to take Sexine Pills when he feels knocked ouL There is no doubt that Sexine Pills are the greatest tonic on earth. They are absolutely guaranteed for any form of nerve weakness in men and wom en. Price a box; six boxes for to. Address or call Elvey& Hulett, where they sell all the prlncipla remedies and do no substitute. THE HUNTER'S RATE WHEN SEASON OPENS The One Fare Round Trip on the Santa Fe For Everyone. Beginning October 15, the Santa Fe will grant a rate of one fare for the round trip every Sunday to all points from Peoria north to the A. and C. Junction. The reason that it is not effective to Glendale is that every one caring to go there will usually drive. The rate is made especially for the benefit of hunters who with the open ing of the season will begin active on slaughts on the feathered tribe, but it is open to everyone who cares to trav el. The quail season will commence on the irth of October. Reports are that the birds are more numerous than they have been for sev eral seasons past, and the deserts and hills north are alive with flights of large numbers. Hunters can leave here Sunday morning on the 2:15 train if they wish an early start at dawn, or they can go on the 8 o'clock passenger and return on the afternoon train. Quite a number of hunters' and plc nicers will take advantage of the rate for a Sunday outing. o PersonoJ Mention At the Hotel Adams yesterday were the following: E. H. Savage, Arizona; W. H. Constable, Los Ange les; S. Achana, New York; J. M. O'Connell, Bisbee; D. H. Plnncy. city. At the Ford hotel were the- follow ing: H. W. Olmstead, Owensboro, Ky.; A. S. Lacy, Kentucky; , Mrs. J. H. Hennes.s Kelvin. At the Commercial were: E. P. Parsons, Los Angeles; George Ham lin, Relief; Pablo Gallegos, Williams; P. J. McKinney, city; L. C. Leonard. Chicago. BOUNTIFUL RAIN BLESSING TO MESA Though It Slightly Field Day Program. Shortened the The rain which began falling early Monday morning and continued at In tervals during the morning hours, cleared about noon, and long enough to permit of the exercises at Drew's prak, in celebration of the M. I. A. Field- day. with the exception of the game of basketball, and the relay race, between the married and unmarried men. The storm of Monday afternoon recommenced shortly after the first half of the basketball game. Many of those who were witnessing the events at the park, quickly left for their re spective homes, some of them get ting badly drenched enroute. Throughout Monday night, the rain continued to fall heavily, and during the early hours of yesterday morning. However it was on the whole a bless ing. LITERARY AND MUSICAL EN TERTAINMENT. Last evening at the Mesa opera house, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gulnnes, elite entertainers from the Manhattan Lyceum Bureau of New York gave a literary and musical entertainment, to a good sized audience. Mr. Guinnes has given many entertainments of this nature throughout many of the states in the union, and has met with great success in his work. His wife is a high soprano vocalist, and introduced many of the latest songs, being sung in the east. Mr. Guinnes gave splendid impersonations of the man with a hundred faces, the laughing man, the English dude, and many oth ers. NO PRAYER MEETING TONIGHT. Owing to the absence of Rev J. . A. Crouch, who is in Yuma acting as a witness in an important land case now on there, the regular Wednesday night prayer meeting will not bo held this evening at the Methodist church. WILL RETURN TO TOWN. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ellsworth, and children who have been residing for the past year on a ranch owned by Lewis Ellsworth and Ernest Crismon, located northeast of the city, will on the first of October move to their home here. It Is probable that Mr. Ellsworth will now devote his time to improving his twenty acres of school section lying northeast of town, which he purchased sometime ago. Clarence Morrow will take up his residence on the ranch where the Ellsworth family now lives, as he has purchased the property. A TOUR OE MEXICO BY MESA CITIZENS A Pleasant Vacation Spent in the Sis ter Republic. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Lewis and Miss Kemp who left Mesa several weeks ago for an extended visit to relatives, have returned" heme. The party stopped at Roosevelt for two days, where they enjoyed looking over the immense government project at that place, and from there they went to Globe, stopping in the mining town j for two days. From that point, they made the trip to Thatcher, where Mrs. Lewis and Miss Kemp visited with I their sisters, whose homes are there. Mr. Lewis continued his journey to Old Mexico, where he has two broth ers, one located in Juarez, and another at Colonla DuBIan. Mr. Lewis reports that the recent trouble between the revolutionists and the government troops, which for some time caused much annoyance and un easiness in the districts in the vicinity of Colonla DuBIan, ha., been settled, the leaders of the uprising having been arrested, and shot. Things in general there are now assuming a peaceable aspect, and no more trouble is feared for the present at least. Mr. Lewis spent several weeks in the sister re public as the guest of his brothers and i other relatives, and states that he had j a most pleasant vacation. NEW AMUSEMENT HALL. Yesterday morning. wrk began on the erection of the new amusement hall, to be located on the east side of Macdonald street, between Everybodys drug store, and the hardware estab lishment of the C. C. Manning com! pany. Daniel Mahoney is having the building constructed. When this is completed, it is to be occupied by Ralph A. Chase and E. P. Grover, who will conduct a moving picture show there. During the sum mer seasons, it will be used as an I-e cream parlor. The work will be push ed rapidly, in order to have it com pleted at an early date, that the busi ness may begin. A place of amuse ment of this kind will prove interest ing to both old and young, as well as instructive, as the customs, progress and scenes in the foreign countries are always made a feature of such places of entertainment, and it is expected that the new business will receive a liberal patronage. Messrs. Grover and Chase are well known and popular here, and have successfully conducted the establish ment known as "Grover's Place," for sometime past, and in their new ven ture, they w ill take with them the good will and best wishes of their patrons. OFFENDERS TAKEN TO JAIL. : Constable M. C. Phelps left here yes terday morning for Phoenix having In custody three Mexican offenders who have been in the jail here for the past three days on a charge of disturbing the peace, and placed them in the county jail In the Capital City. Two of these men were arrested here on Saturday night, in company with a woman from Phoenix. The trio the mountains .returned to town this was holding a high carnival west of morning. town. The constable also had the wo- j Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Waring are ex men in charge on his way to the depot pected to return today from an ex yesterday morning, but hardly started, j tended trip to Bluffton, Ind., their olj w" n a friend of the female prisoner home, where Mrs. Waring and sons came up and paid her fine. She was have spent the summer, Mr. Waring released and Mr. Phelps continued on joining them later. his way with the three men. This evening is the regular meetir?s I night of the Knights of the Maccabees, MISSIONARY HOLDS SERVICES. Elijah Allen, missionary from the Church, of the Latter Day Saints In the Papago ward, went to Phoenix yester day afternoon for the purpose of hold ing evangelistic services In the even ing at the United States Indian school there, among the pupils of that faith from the Papago district. These ser- vices are held every Tuesday evening during the scholastic year by the mis- necessary for the family to move near- sionarics frcm the different Indian j er town. ' wards. i 0 M. Peloso, for years at Commercial SELECTS SCHOOL DESKS. I barber shop, now at 120 No. 1st St, Professor and Mrs. J. D. Loper and !artitie having 10c, hair cutting 25c. two children returned last week from ' APRORIATOR CANAL COM- a lengthy trip to- Jerusalem, Ohio, j PANY where they have been the guests of c()nlmem.ing September 15th and Professor Loper s parents for several oxtpndjnff unti, Spptmbor 30th re months past. 'ceive pavment for irrigation water Wh le .n the east Professor Loper those attended the International Conclave of fce Qne the Kmshb .of Pythias which was held, am cpnts In Boston during the first of August . fop th? or betwe4fB Sep. Professor Loper being the keeper of ber anJ May w records here was present at the con-jan, wilI pavabie at the offices of vention of the record keepers the - n. Association Postof. d.fferent lodges throughout the . L n.ted . Bllilainfr PnooniXi Arizona. States and which was held the day j Water d.liverv w, be wuspended on preceding the assembling of the Inter- )ands lhat fall tQ make nt national Conclave. i ,., ... ,. Upon his return trip the professor was met in Chicago by Attorney Geo. W. Silverthorn, who is now In the Windy City,- and together they made the selection of the desks for the new l'nii High school, which is now in course of erection hero. These are of an up-to-date pattern, and are con structed on the plan of those used In the schools in the larger cities in the east. Professor and Mr.. Loper greatly enjojeo w.e. irip, ami parncuia.. ' -r visit wun tueir parents, wmi wnoni the greater part of their vacation was spent. PURCHASES RANCH HOME. Thomas Watklns. who recently bought the David Wallace farm con sisting of forty-five acres of Improved land, located about three miles north west of Mesa, has moved his family and personal effects to his new home, and has already begun the work of plowing and seeding the ground for the winter crops. This is a fine piece of property and is well located. Park Harper, who has been nego tiating for the C. B. AVilliams estate, of thirty acres, which lies north of town, has closed the deal for this property. Mr. Harper will improve and cultivate the land, and also have the dwelling there remodeled, to which he moved his family a few days since. ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST. Several parties of campers who have been spending the warm weather in ?X HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES, f If you like to be dressed in the smartest style, and the best qual ity now's your chance. You'll find this store the right place for dis- tinction in . clothes. y This store is the home of Hart Schaffner &. Marx clothes. T THE TOGGERY, MESA, - - .... ARIZONA. 3 - TODAY'S SPECIAL DISHES Includes - PUSTACHE ICE CREAM, CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM, VANILLA ICE CREAM, GRAPE SHERBET. HOLLADAY'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, J6.00. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. 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. l..i..M"t..r.H.."M"M"t.M WUNDERHOSE, Are made or the very best two-thread corned Egyptian yarn, made . . with extra heavy heels and .toes, reinforced at these points with linen thread and dyed by special sanitary process. Designed to give 1 the maximum of service. A. Hunsaker - -- ,. 1 1 1 1 1 1 M-H I 1 1 Hi II 1 I 1 1 I M 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. Mesa Tent No. 7 at the K. P. hall. Mrs. John Williams of this city, is on a visit to her mother who resides in Denver. She expects to be absent for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smith and chil dren will take up their residence this week in the house owned by Fred Meyer located south of town. On ac- ; count of Mr. Smith's business, it was I Flood water will be sold at the same ' time to those lands entitled to the same; the charge will be seventy-five I (75c) cents per acre for the winter ' season. By order of the Board of Directors. ! JOHN P. ORME. MR. SAVAGE BACK. E. II. Sav age, who has spent the last two or t li r-.-o n-intora in T"'K 1 1. ri i v ri-tiirm.il i .ester,ay from jx-nver. where he has , ,,opn (,rinff the mit Rummer. BARGAINS BARGAINS 55 acre ranch, eood brick house. lcoiJt $1S00; plenty of water, 2 miles ' rnm Mesa, or will cut nronerty in half. Price J'iOoO. 120 acre ranch, two good houses, best land In the valley, plenty of water, 14000 cash will handle it; bal ance on easv terms. MESA WATER FOR SALE, $800 PER SHARE. MONEY TO LOAN. Pomeroy-Guthris Realty Go. Oldest Agency in Mssa. 1st door east of P.O. Mesa. Arizona. MESA HOTEL. European plan. Large, clean, airy wins. Splendid dining room In con nection, under the direction of Mrs. A. W. CornetL L. V. GUTHRIE, Proprietor. ! 1 1 ! ! I ! I ! 1 1 i 1 ! Mi 8 1111! I ; T 1