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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1908.
7 LATE FOREST FIRES i Arizona School of Music, Phoenix MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Founder and Director. Fifth Year Opens Monday, Sept. 2108 Offers unexcelled advantages for study in all departments of MUSIC, ELOCUTION and DRAMATIC ART, PHYSICAL CULTURE and LANGUAGES, under the following superior FACULTY. Director of Piano, MR. J. HOMER GRUNN, late teacher in the Chi cago Musical Collate; pupil of Kmil l.iehling, and the Sterns Conservatory, Berlin, Germany. Piano Assistants. MISS GERTRUDE CAROLINE TRUMP, graduate of Hardin College, pupil of Cuthhcrt Clarkson. in Liverpool, Kngland, and Xavcr Siharwenka, Berlin, Germany. MISS GRACE ABBIE ANDREWS, pupil of c.len Dillard C.unn, Chi cago, (granted leave of absence for study in Kuropc.) MISS MAUDE PRATT CATE, student at University School of Music, Ann Arbor. Mich.; pupil of Carolyn Louise Willard, Chicago, and of the late Dr. William Mason, New York. MRS. MYRTLE WAUGH STUCHAL, stud, nt at Norman College and Lindsl.org Conservatory, and pupil of J. liomer Grunn. Director of Voice, MR. THOMAS FRANCIS HUGHES, Mus. Bac, for merly teacher at Chicai Conservatory and Director of Voice, Lindsborg Conservatory; graduate of Valparaiso Conservatory and pupil of James Savage, New York. Voice Assistant, MRS. INEZ FRANCISCO HUGHES, late teacher at Lindshorg Conservatory; graduate of Valparaiso, and pupil of William Wade Hinshaw, Chicago. Director of Violin Department and other stringed instruments and Instructor in Harmony, MR. FRANK LLOYD STUCHAL, stu dent at Norman College, and pupil of Theodore Lindberg, ex ponent of the Bohemian School. Cornet, Trombone and Band Instruments, MR. FRED H. ALDEN, for merly solo loriietist of Phinnev's Iowa State Hand, and of the Second Regiment Hand, Chicago, y uj.il ,,f A. F. Weldon, and late teacher in Wuukeegun Conservatory, and of private pupils in Chicago. Elocution, Dramatic Art and Physical Culture, MRS. INEZ FRAN CISCO HUGHES, graduate of Valparaiso School of Expression and pupil in Dclsarte and Grecian posing of Florence Iliggins Butler. Spanish, MISS MARIAN HIGGINS, a la.ly of many years experience ami residence in Mexico. Legal documents and letters trans lated. . Students private and in class. French and German, MADAME COURDATE, a native of Paris, France. Highly accomplished linguist and a teacher of twelve years experience in Chicago. Students private and in class. Musical History Classes which are free to all students of the school, and classes in Musical Kindergarten Training, for children from 5 to 10 years of age ,are under the personal supervision of the Director of the School. The School will be open for the Registration of Pupils, beginning Wednesday, September K.. and while students may enter at any time, it is greatly to their advantage to enter at the beginning of the School Year. TERMS OF TUITION are extremely reasonable and especially low fates of tuition are offend to young children in all the depart ments oi siuuy. FREE ur hook on Mexico is tin; most interest ing reading in the, world for the wage rarm-r Hip clerk the capitalist for every body. It don't cost you a cent un less you pay postage on your letter. It may bo the means of making you independent. The faets contained in this free hook are unquestionable. Uir authority in most ruses iy I'nitei States or Mexican gov criitnent publications. By all means Ret a copy of this lieok. Read it carefully. It is interesting, and it con tains a message for evi ryone who wishes to hetter his condi tion in life. Call if pos.sihlc. If you can't call, write. Bishop & Haun 1"C West Washington .St. Phoenix, Arizona. a NEW PIANO STORE HAMILTON The well known Piano Tuners have leased the corner tit 213 Kust Washington street, and will open up a first class Piano Store, handling the STKIN'WAY and other first class makes. Xew and second hand Pianos bought and sold. In connection with our store we will have a COMPLETE REPAIR SHOP to overhaul old Pianos and make like new, such as repairing sound ing boards, restoring finish on cases, rebuilding action, etc. PIANOS FOR RENT Now is the time to. have your Piano tuned and regulated. Re member we are located at 243 liist Washington St. Phone Red 20."1. HAMILTON FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL 13' i ACRE RANCH with pood house, four rooms and screen room; abundance of shade anil fruit trees, including oranges, figs, pomegranates ami pears. Five new chicken houses with wire rooms; also good I Kirn and well. Bargain at ll.Vifi. S.e THOMAS at end of Indian School car line. Phone County 19. Just Received the largest and finest assort ment of Pipes and Smokers' articles ever shown in the city. Anything a smoker wants, we have it. S. H. Drachman Cigar Co A coupon with every 23c pur chase. BROTHERS BROTHERS J! INTEREST SERVICE The Disasters Have At Least Focused Attention Upon the Forest Fire Problem. Washington, Sept. 12. (Special Cor respondence of The Republican.) The forest fires which have just laid waste whole countries In Minnesota, Michi gan, and extended Into Wisconsin, de stroying many towns and making thousands of persons homeless, have focused the attention of both govern ment and state forest officers on the enormous losses of forest wealth which will he cheeked up to the year 1308. In the whole northern half of the United States throughout the vast ter ritory extending front roast to coast, the reported destruction by forest fires has been terrific nnd It is likely that the year will go down as one of the worst In the lust quarter century. It seems that no part of the country has escaped the work of the devasting flames. The latest disasters in Minne sota, Michigan, and Wisconsin are the worst of the many that have visited the Luke states this year, other sec tions have also suffered from forest fires during the spring and summer months, and the people of the Pacific coast, the Pocky Mountain and the New England states, and Canada have had a thorough, and In some eases, a I continuous experience in fire fighting officers In the United ijrest service here say that 'it is doubtful if this year's actual losses from forest fires in all parts of the country will ever be known, but it is certain that they will I run up so high in the millions that the ' country will he startled when a eompi- latlon of statistics at the end of the i season makes It possible to give even j the most conservative figures. Suffice; it to sav. were all the timber burned j up this year in all parts of the country ; converted into cash, it could provide j for a good sized navy of first class battleships. J The fires have done good in one way; they have focused the people's attention on the seriousness of the' forest fire problem, practical foresters say, and have started a wide-spread movement in many states to check them by adopting rational systems of fire protection. Among thinking peo ple there has been awakened an in tense interest in throwing .a better pro tection around the forests, which grow more important as a natural resource as the timber supply dwindles. The government has had a lot of work in the fire fighting line on the national forests, hut serious as the fires have been, careful patrol and the organization of a force to battle with the flames as soon as discovered has held the losses down to a point where they are utterly insignificant when one considers the fearful destruction which would have come about had there been no protection. Although the fire menace has been serious in all sections, officers of the forest service estimate that the total cost of the forest fires on the national fi -rests for the season, exclusive of the salaries of J'orest officers,, will not be more than $:;n.iino. This sum is small when it is remembered that it means fire protection for approximately I r.K. nfiM.iieu acres of national forests, less than two-tenths of a mill per aire. Progressive state fire wardens and for est officers, individuals and private corporations having large timber hold ings have organized fire fighting forces along much the same line as the gov ernment in many cases, and in this way they have given protection to mil lions of acres of timber which might have been destroyed had it been left unprotected. MERCHANT IN MANY PLACES K. K. Jones, a merchant of Wicken lurg and the surrounding towns, Was in the city yesterday. INSTANT RELIEF OF Limbs Below the Knees Were Raw Feet Too Swollen to Get Shoes On Sleep Completely Broken by Intense Itching and Burning Well in Two Days and Says That CUTICURA IS AMONG HIS HOUSEHOLD GODS "God blops the man who first nom-poundi-d Cutieura. Some two months ago 1 hairVa humor break out on my iitnbs Mow my knees. They came to look like raw liecfsteak. all red, and no one knows how they itched and burned. They wore so swollen that I had to split my drawers open to Ret them on and could not get my shoes on for a week or more. I used five or six dif ferent rem-lies and got no help, only when applying them the burning was worse and t he itching less. One morning I remernlered that I had a bit of Cuti eura and tried it. From the moment it touched me the itching was gone and I have not felt a bit of it since. Th nwelling wentdown and in two days I had my shoes on and was about as usual. I only wish I had used the Cutieura Remedies in the first of my troubles. They would havo saved me two or three weeks of intenso suffering. Dur ing that time I did not Bleep an hour at a time, but was up applying such remedies as I had. Henceforth the. Cutieura Remedies will lie among my household god, rest assured. George 15. Farley, 50 South State St., Concord, N. JI-, May 14, 1007." FOR BABY RASHES Eczemas and Irritations, Cutieura Is Worth Its Weight in Qold. The suffering which Cutieura Soap and Cutieura Ointment have alleviated among the young, and the comfort they have afforded worn-out and worried parents, have led to their adoption in countless homes as priceless for the skin and scalp. Infantile and birth humors, scalled-head, eczemas, rashes, itchings, chafings, and every form of itching, scaly, pimply skin and scalp humors, with loss of hair, are Rpeedily, perma nently and economically cured. romVt' FTtprnil anil Internal Treatment frir F.vnry Ibimor of Infant, rnildn-n. and Adtilta. enn its nf I "itlnra Soap f2.V to Clenne the Sktn. Cutli urn ointment (SOo.) to Heal the skin, and Ciitl cura Resolvent "0r.. (or In the f.-trm of choeolate Cmte'l I'llK. 2.1e. per vial of 6ii to Purify the Mined. 8i!d thrniiL'hout the world. Potter Prug Chem. Corn Sole Pmim., Hoton. Maa. in-MaUcd I ree. Cutieura Book on Skin Diseases. Hun Dorris New Noble Block CASE OF LEPROSY FOUND Al CLIFTON Maria Sanchez Barela Has Been De ported to Her Former Home in Mexico. The following is taken from the Copper Kra, published at Clifton: "The .Mexican section of Shannon Hill was thrown into considerable ex citement last week when W. II. Kales, chief physician of the Shan non Copper company, discovered a case of leprosy in one of the Mexi can families. Doctors Hurch, Smith and Goodrich were called and all of them were of the same opinion as I)r. Fales and when Dr. J. H. Lacey. county health officer, arrived from Solomonville, he aureed that The case had been properly diagnosed. Ar rangements were immediately made to deport the unfortunate creature to her native land, Mexico. Maria San chez. Barela is the name civen by the woman. She is about fifty years old and has resided in the United States fifteen years. the greatest portion of which she spent in Ari zona. She has lived on Shannon Mill several years and lias a son working at the A. C. works. She is the mother of eight children, all of which are dead except one, hut it is said that none of them were afflicted with the disease." Her husband is also dead, his death having resulted from injury. "A great many people were excited over the discowry. but Dr. I.aeey stated to an Kra reporter that there was no great cause fur alarm and very little danger. Jyme of her son's six children showed any symptoms of the disease and they have been living with her all their lives. The woman's hands and feet were badly affected and she was deported to her native land on Tuesday. She was accompanied by her son and a special guard at the expense of the county." A CHARGE OF BRIBERY. Hearst Read a Pretended Letter to Senator Foraker. Columbus. Sept. 17. Thos. 1, His gen and Wm. K. Hearst addressed a meeting in Memorial hall tonight un der the auspices of the local organiza tion of the Independence party. Mr. Hearst read letters which lie said had been written by John D. Arch hold of the Standard (lil company to Senator Foraker of nhio, referring to legislation pending in congress and mentioning two inclosures of checks, one for $ir.."1 and another for $14,'i'". SUTHERLAND'S PARTNER. Horning Got Fourteen Years For At tempted Murder. Los Angeles, Sept. 17. Fred Horn ing, accomplice of Carl Sii'herhipd. the self-slain murderer of C:ipt i'n Alible, was sentenced in the epr rior court th's inornin; to furteen years in the pc.ntenliiirv for the at tempted murder of Carl. Vervoort. who someore i.iy.tcriously shot on, the street some months ago, at i.;ght. Ilornii. confr-is.-Ml. SIX WERE POISONED. An Investigation Under Way at San Diego County Hospital. San Diego, Sept. 17. A mysterious ase of ooisoninrr at the conntv hosnit- al Is being investigated. Three hours after the noon day meal today, six in mates, named Kent, Paulsen, Young. Scudder. King and Fistere were sud denly seized with alarming illness. Four physicians worked over them for four hours and the stomach mirnn was freely used. Tonight several of tie patients are still unconscious but there are hopes that all will recover. The cause of the illness is not known. ECUADOREAN EARTHQUAKE. Guayaquil, Sept. 17. A violent earthquake shock was experienced in this city this morning. It caused a great panic, but there was no loss of life and the damage was trifling. - Heyman ARIZONA'S LEADING t AUTHORITIES TO BLAME. The People Think, For Spread of Chol era in St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg. Sept. 17 Three hun ired and live cases and fifteen deaths from Asiatic cholera, have been report ed for twenty-four hours ending at noon today. The municipal adminis trations are under fire from all sides for their criminal inefficiency. WEATHER TODAY. Washington, Sept. 17 Weather fore .ist for Arizona: Fair Friday and Saturday. i SHOOTING AT SAFFORD. Wayne j 1'ursley was shot and killed at Safford 'Wednesday by City Marshal Hohert ison while resisting the latter's attempt i to arrest him for engaging in mtir j dermis quarrel with a man named I Frank Campbell. I'ursley accused ; Campbell of having sought to make I him trouble by putting his cows in the pound and assaulted Campbell with a knife. Pursley's brother was also cut while trying to get the knife wielder away, as was t lie mashal while trying to arrest him. Campbell is reported to have used a knife even before Pflrs ley did. Mrs. I'ursley who has been visiting in Phoenix wa-s at the depot, just leaving for home, when she re ceived a telegram informing her of her husband's death. F. G. FISHER DEAD. Frederick O. Fisher, one of the oldest settlers in this valley, died on the 14th in Los Angeles ami was buried there yesterday. Mr. Fisher was 77 years old and one of TO THE PUBLIC I have secured the services of a Mr. Behny, direct from the Pioneer Transfer Co. of Los Angeles, who is an expert in Handling Safes, Pianos, Furni ture and Machinery. Let us figure with you on any class of hauling and see if we cannot Save You Money. Wagons of every description can be had on short notice. Phone Main Id. LIGHTNING DELIVERY 16 S. CENTER ST. mil Am LITTLE rpv4;i TALK ON J! Lllifii Wsy The Buckeye Lumber Co. is now and always has been the cham pion of low prices on lumber. Ten years in business in the Salt River Valley we have always advocated right prices. "Live and Let Live and a Square Deal" is our motto. Here follow our prices for cash: No. 1 Arizona Pine Boards 2x0-8-10 and 12 OP. Rough 2x4 O.P. Rough 1x12 Rough R.W .v 2x6-8-10 and 12 Rough R-W 1x4 O.P. Flooring, No. 2 1x4 O.P. Flooring, No. 1 Clear Pine Finish 1x4 O.P. Ceiling No. 1 R.W. Shingles, full count. A complete price list of al! material will be published from day to day in this space. The Buckeye Lumber Co. FURNITURE OF QUALITY Fourth Arizona Fair Nov. 9-14, '08 STICKLEY BROS. Adapted "QUAINT FURNITURE" Holland Dutch Period of 1475 and Austrian of same time and now popularly known as missionary furniture has character istic individuality and elegance not approached by any other maker. VVe are showing upwards of 150 Numbers of These Beautiful Pieces In the genuine Fumed Oak (not weathered) finished in the new rich tobaccd brown color; plain wood or leather upholstered. We want every lover of good furniture in Phoenix to possess a piece of this splendid work. Price Concessions During This Opening Sale Regular $5.75 Sewing Rocker, strict ly band-made, on sale 1 Thursday, Friday and jjP Saturday onlv U Furniture Co., HOUSE FURNISHERS the hest known ranchers in the valley. He had ranch property in the west end and also owned some city realty. He has been in poor health for a year or two. OPENS MONDAY. Attention is! again called to the fact of the opening of the I'hoenix public schools on Mon day morning at s:3o o'clock. An un usually large- attendance is expected. ' Saturday morning at 9 o'clock there! w ill be a meetine of the teai hers : of the grammar schools for a conference with Superintendent Stiiwell regarding, the year's work. FOR THE MOST NUTRITIOUS AND EASILY DIGESTED FOODS. BARKLEY'3 EEX-HUR STRICTLY PURE BAKING POWDER. T)AFKUtfS Contains no alum or phosphate of lime, but made from pure cream of tartar (derived from California grapes) and highest grade bi-carbonate of soda. . .. . -TV Pi S32.00 prr M 825.50 it m S2S.00 i,r m S:JS.OO per AL i-t m S30.00 pt m S41.00 ior ii 845.00 pt m $36.00 pt m S3.90 P-T m Ostermoor Mat tresses, Macey Book Cases .50 Regular $3.73 Fumed Oak Chair to match Sewing Rocker, strictly hand made and bears all the distin guished qualities of the most expensive pieces $4.00, or JD.OO for set of two. Adams & 1st. Sts. OVR FAMOUS SUPREMUS J We have just started to again X make this delicious soft cream Cnocolate Candy. Phone or t call. Orders delivered to any T address in city. GOC P'r 4 pound. GHAS. J. SANSCHAS Phone Red 2021. 42-44 W. Wash. St. High School AT THE Post Office News Store Right across "the walk" from the postoffice. Fourth Arizona Fair, Phoenix, Nov. 9-14, 1908. Attractions ex traordinary. Clinton Campbell GENERAL CONTRACTOR Residence 357 N. Fourth Ave. Telephone Main 177 FOR SALE THOROUGHBRED, SPORTING AND PET DOGS OF ALL KINDS. PIG EONS, FERRETS, RABBITS, GUINEA PIGS, GAME ROOSTERS AND SWINE. WRITE FOR PRICE LIST. ALFRED J. LANDIS, Bowers, Station, Pa. MOHN & DRISCOLL FUNERAL DIRECTORS THE PHOENIX rUNK FACTORY. For Trunk, Suit Case or Bag. The best and the rheapest. 133 W. 'Wash. Phone Red 331. Old Trunks taaeu In exchange. EASTERLING & WHITNEY UNDERTAKERS III W. WahlU tV, Phoenix, Arise. I P