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v THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY aiORMXti, SEPTEMBER 29, 1908.
9 2C t&( WHAT'S NEW? Well on Mondav morning we started in to fill orrtVrs for School nk nd School SuiM.lies and it kept us busy for three days. If vonr lovs and girls are not yet supplied please remenxr hnve honks for the graded schools and the high Marshall's Business Speller, Modern Induetion Tyewriting and Gregg Shorthand and THE MAPLf LEAF TO BE TAKEN IN we soIkioI, including Bookkeeping, Rational Progressive Exercises. I That Thorn in the Flesh of Northwest I em Railways to Bo Removed. REST ROOM is now moved and any tired lady who wants to sit down and ret up a little or meet her friends, will find a cosy little room at her command. CANDY. AVe have a new Candy de partment. Our stock has not all arrived yet, but we have Maple Caramels, per lb. 40& Chocolate, per lb -lOt Hon Hons, arf flavors, lb. 40 Peanut Candy, Athenian Cream, Molasses, and Chewing Gum of all kinds. TIME CARDS. We have ordered and receiv ed 3.000 more of the handy lit "ll'i' "vest pocket Time Cards of the street car system. , On re quest we sent 750 to C"mP Kibbey for the use of the sol dier boys. Come in and get one free air. LOS. ANGELES HERALD subscription list is growing fast. Had 1 subscriber a week ago and now have 50. The offer of 60c a month for Arizona Democrat and Los Angeles Her ald is a big one. All the Eastern, Arizona Ter ritory and Coast Dailies on sale. MAGAZINES. Scribners, Century, Broadway, American, McClures, for Oc tober. HORLICK'S MALTED MILK at the Soda Fountain is having a big sale because it's nourish ing and refreshing. PURSES AND MONEY BELTS New line just received and now ready to see whether they meet with your approval. We close at 12 today. Post Office News Store Across -The Wa'k" (our new concrete walk) from the Post Office. j St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 2S. The spec 1 taeujar career of the Chicago-Great I Western as a free lance among north- ..i itii.r, .-a la Imllfi-ftl tn l.r. nt an end. This is President A. B. Stick : ney's line, and St. Paul official circles in the railway world are ready to be- Hove that the deal for its control by ; Canadian Pacific interests is complete 'except for minor details. President Thomas Shaughnessey of the Canadian Pacific, who was reported in Montreal dispatches as on his way to St. Paul j for a conference, is en route for Chi cago to meet Horace G. Burt to pass I on the latter's findings with reference I to the condition and value of the Greut Western property. Millions will be required to put the Great Western on its feet and take it out of the hands of the receivers. Es timates of railway officers familiar I with the property range as high as $55,000,000. This money must be forth coming -before the road can be oper ated without the aid of the courts and it is believed .will be furnished by Ca I nadian Pacific interests if Mr. Burt's ' reports agree with President Shaugh j nessy's opinions. I For years the Great Western has j been a thorn in the flesh of other ; northwestern lines and has won the i Hiniit.tiiin "i f a lotdnninail f lOA 1 ' 1 tll'H Jii It has been a disturbing factor in Mis 4vsouri ri'er rates for a dozen years and X'.in many a campaign President Stick . ! noy has demonstrated his ability to hold his own, with his short connecting lines, jjirtth his tremendously powerful 4. i competitors. The acquisition of the completion of the Canadian Pacific's purpose of securing outlets In the United States to the Missouri river and Chicago. o STORY OF SURVIVOR OF THE FOREST MRES A Physical Wreck Driven to the Verge of Insanity. Great Western is believed to be the St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 28. Driven al most insane, and practically a physical wreck, Peter Desmond, a homesteader from far northern Minnesota has bee committed to the city hospital to re cover from his sufferings in the re cent terrible fires which Swept the Minnesota iron range country. H wandered from Cliisholm to Saint Paul his mind in a daze, and riding most of the way in box cars, and finally when completely exhausted was found by Officer Gross of the Saint Paul police department, and sent to the hospital Ho begged Gross piteously to lock him up. saying that he feared that if he wandered around longer he would go mad. "For two days and two nights I wa alone In my cabin ten miles from Chisholm," said Desmond, "and on ev ery side forest fires surrounded me I don't know what hapiiencd. I can' remember how I got out or how I ee caped the flames. They came like race horses and the whole atmosphere seemed a sheet of flame. The smoke was terrible and at times I could hard ly breathe; the air was like a breath from a furnace door. "I remember that I walked to Du luth, neariy 100 miles, leaving Chis holm the night before the flames wip ed that town off the map. After leav Ing Chisholm I sent the next night in a deserted cabin, but before morning the flames found me. and I barely got out a Iive- Then for two days I fought fire and tried to find a way out. I would have burned alivo if the wind had not changed. This left a gap in the circle of fire and I got through, and finally reached Duluth. From there I rode box cars to Saint Paul." Desmond told the officer that he Is 35 years old. He looks to be at least 50. His face Is seamed and lined and his hair is gray and as he spoke he trembled like an old man. At the hos pital he has been given treatment, pest and medical assistance and reports In dicate that he will be discharged in a few weeks practically a well man. The physirians believe that if he' had not been promptly cared for when found, he would have gone insane. I Free Scholarships - Ambitious girls and boys those with snap and vim, these in next two months: may the Free Trips and Grand ) Prize Contest Ambitious girls and boys snap earn next those with and vim, these in may the two months: Scholarships in the Lamson Business College - - -Scholarships in the Phoenix Academy & Business College Scholarships in the Arizona School of Music VICTOR TALKING MACHINE worth $50 will be on exhibition in a few ; days at Miller Sterling Co.'s Store. Vose Baby Grand Piano Worth $850.00 will be on exhibition " at the Redewill Music Co.'s Store. 2 Round Trips to Yosemite Valley. . , TTTTTA -hir A -y p1ATrPTT,"D7 ny knest ambitious boy or girl under 21 years of age. The VV -LI J IVlxx X J-jlN -L Hixv work of securing subscriptions and renewals, cash paid in ad vance, can be done after school hours and on Saturda'S. In addition to the prizes each contestant will be given liberal commissions. There are no restrictions as to districts. Any contestant can work any where at anytime. After opening of contest a list of the racers with their scores will be published daily. TT7TT A m T T "T Q -Points on subscriptions will count according to this table. VV 1x1 1 IjUUlN ID. Subscriptions on books Sept. 24, VMS will count as renew- New Old Subscriptions. Subs. Subs. 1 Month " 50 votes 40 votes 2 Months " 120 votes 9r votes 3 Months...." 200 votes 160 votes 4 Months " 270 votes 215 votes 5 Months " 350 votes 2S0 votes 6 Months " 410 votes 340 votes als'only; all others not taking paper al ready at time order is given will count as new. Any one may renew subscription or subscribe at this office or send in sub scriptions and order points to be given the desired contestant. . New Old Subscriptions. Subs. Subs. 7 Months " 530 votes 425 votes 8 Months " 620 votes 500 Votes 9 Months " 710 .votes 570 votes 10 Months " S00 votes 640 votes 11 Months " 900 votes 720 votes 12 Months " 1000 votes 800 votes Tv A TT T TyprXTQ Beginning next Sunday when the contest starts, a coupon will ap 1 Uxxlii X VVIJ-L V1N O pear daily in each paper good for one point if properly filled and sent in as directed. This is where friends may help advantageously any desired contestant. The contest will open next Saturday morning and last about sixty days. The one at the close of con test, having the highest score will have first choice of full list of premiums. The next highest score, next choice, and so on until all premiums are chosen. Contestants, will be given liberal cash commissions, in addition to premiums. Fill out the blank at once and send it to Repub lican office or call at once. Further detailed information will be given on ap plication at the office of The Republican. If living outside of Phoenix; in Tempe, Mesa, Buckeye, Wick enburg, Kelvin, Florence or elsewhere, see our agents or write to the Contest Department of Tho Republican. Scholarship Manager, The Arizona Republican, N Phoenrx, Arizona: I wish to enter as a contestant in The Arizona Republican's big Free Scholarship, trip and grand prize contest of 1308. Name of Party Making Recommen- Name 'of Student: dation. Address Address FILL OUT AT ONCE AND SEND TO THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. OS The Arizona Republican s U in in (ft (A in In ANOTHER 0KLAH0MAN RESIGNS. Guthrie, Sept. 28.John B. Nolllng, assistant to Governor Haskell, late treasurer of the democratic national committee, will resign and return from Chicago to his home at Alva, Okla. ' . o A HOME StLEGfED FOR SURVIVING BISON The Range Has Been Chosen on the Flathead Indian Reservation. Washington, Sept. 23. (Special cor respondence of The Republican.) The bison range in the Flathead In dian reservation in Montana, to es tablish which' congress at its last session appropriated 40,000, has been selected. The location of the range is the one recommended by Prof. Morton J. Elrod of the University of Montana, after he had carefully ex amined several parts of the country. It lies directly north of the Jocko river near the towns of Ravalli and Jocko. Approximately 12,800 acres are embraced In the tract, which wIHv.be fenced in a substantial f manner under the direction of the engineering de partment of the United States forest service. Of the $40,000 appropriated only $10,000 will be available for fencing the range and constructing the shel ter sheds and other buildings neces sary for the proper maintenance and care of the bison. Thfr remaining $30,000 will be paid to the owners of the land, many of whom are Indians, Funds for the purchase of bison are being raised under the auspices of the American Bison society, which was largely instrumental in securing the appropriation. The first person to spend actual money in the effort to preserve the American bison from total extinction was the late Autsin Corbin, who many years ago fenced some 6,000 acres at Blue Mountain Park, N. H and secured a herd of bison. The Corbin herd became In course of time the Inspiration of the national movement which is now furthered by the American Bison society. This society, of which President Roosevelt is honorary president, and William T. Hornaday, director of the New York zoological park, is president. was founded in 194, and the Mon tana bison range Is directly the re sults of its efforts. Details of the management of the herd In the new national bison range will le worked out as soon as the herd Is purchased, when the coti slruction work on fences and build ings will also be begun. Complete hwrrtuta. Altrr'r Nn-Alfa ho tic Zafiaparilia Kartt t'lui'l duncfl hPW-wnU SAraaparllla Moot, lor. kbiia - - - 9 &rn Lloorico R.-ot - - R On.. Pokeroot lOr. Buckthorn Brk - 4fri.1Ql7Mria.C P.. 3 M Dram. AJt yoar doctor if he approve, ofthi, ?K?; l t Z KSm prescription for thinblovH. impure blood. :or-9ttfno.ni to or. auia ocno. wt v "' wwrm-. vw . ' WoSecretsl Accept hi answer without question. A DELIGHTFUL VACATION Sam Trescott; F. C Curry. San Diego N. Seiii returned yesterday morning !an.i jjrs. Philip Wiseman and from a vacation of about three months J j,os Angeles. spent in the eastern states and on the j .At tne j.-orj hotel were the follow Atlantic seaboard. He had the time of ,nK: Mrs. C. J. Pegnan and son; Mrs. his life when the weather permitted, H A Reed and son, Presoott; A. J. but found a great deal of weather that l(enn, Los Angeles; Ed' L. Shaw, he would have been glad to trado for Gi1)e; o. IL Held, Denver; Mrs. C. A. the worst brand of Arizona climate. .f?mith. Ash Fork. The drouth throughout the Appalacli- At yih Commercial worn- the follow -Ian region and the middle states has!inf;. Harry C. Pn:c. Maricopa; P. M. been something terrible and the effect j Mailr San Francisco; Mrs. B. Jones, of it is plainly visible to those who ju,.; Rjiy N. Nichols, Tempe; J. W. fly through the country on railway I tehultz, Florence; Harry Smith, Mesa; trains. At the time Mr. Seip left Pitts- j Mn, T y Sullivan, Mesa; Charles A. burg there had been no rain in that valeott. Boulder.' Colo.; Christian region for five weeks, though shortly t jvterson. La Crosse, Wis.; Walter H before that the country had been Hurst Philadelohia: K H. Fellows. San flooded. Francisco: W. P. Grigsby. Florence; Creey Chartz, Klrkland; Reillv John ston, Buckeye; Pat deary, Philadel phia. o II' THE PROBATE COURT OF THE Mr. son. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Bids will be received at the office of the Live Stock Sanitary Board of Ari zona, at the Cailtol in Phoenix, Ari zona, on Wednesday, the 14th day of October, 1908, for the printing of (2000) two thousand volumes In book form, containing all the recorded brands and marks for live stock as appear of rec ord In said office. Each book will con tain about 356 pages, more or less, consisting of 65 pages of owner's In dex In double column, about 30 pages of reading matter, and about 2(il pages showing the brands and earmarks, with name of owner, address, location on the animal and record number of the brand1 set opposite, being also in double column. The page will be 7', by 9 inches, of good stock, each book stiff bound In half cloth fith leather back and corners. The copy Is prepared and may be examined by those desiring to submit bids. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. LIVE STOCK SANITARY BOARD. By J. D- Carter, Secretary. COUNTY OF MARICOPA, TERRI TORY OF ARIZONA. In the matter of the estate of Rob ert E. Daggs. ot-eased. Notice of hearing petition' for Letters of Administration. Notice is hereby given that P. P. Dasrgs has filed in this court his pe tition praying thift Letters of Admin istration on the estate of said decedent be granted himself, and that the same will be heard at the October term of said court, to-wit: on Wednesday the 7th day of October, A. D. 1308 at 10 o'cl'H'k !n the forenoon of said day, at the court room of said court, in Phoenix, County of Maricopa. Territory of Arizona, an all persons Interested in said estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said pe titioner rhouid n"t be granted. Dated Se:t. 24th. 10S. GEORGE KIRKLAXD, Clerk. Persona.! Mention 4 f -if Tourists Notice Quite So. A botanist run across many queer pecimens of vegetation." 'So does a man who boards." o IS THIS A SQUARE DEAL? The Larson Drug Co. will . give you your money back if not MI-O-NA does cure Dyspepsia. The Larson Drug Co. makes this souare deal because tney are au- horized to do so by the makers of Mi-o-na. tablets, and are willing to have this statement appear in tne rizona Republican because they know the offer is genuine. And while It may be that there are about 8 cases in 100 that are too far gone for Mi-o-na to cure, we are willing and ready to take all the chances, and If Mi-o-na does not . i . 1. 1 . . cure, any uyspepitc can nave . ub money back. Even with this liberal offer the Larson Drug Co. will not have to refund but a very small percentage. ecause the 8 incurable dyspeptics will find so much relief in Mi-o-na that they will once again look upon the sunny side of life, an. will con tinue to use Mi-o-na. Now, reader, you may say how can the makers of Mi-o-na make such an offer? How do they know that 92 per cent of the users will be cured, and that the other 8 per cent., or the in- urables, will be relieved? Why, It's all very simple. We've made this same offer in 1000 towns before we made it here, and we have figured out the percentages, bo that when we make the statement we know it to be absolutely true. "Mi-o-na tablets are truly great for anyone that has stomach trouble'. can not praise them too highly for what they have done for me. Mrs. '. D. Bennett, Bucksport, Me. The price Is only 50 cents a box. Prices of lumber go lower. Read the Buckeye Lumber Co.s ad on page 7. New crop of pink beans McKee's Cash Store. just In, Information wanted of Bessie Greiner, write to father, Calvin T. Greiner, Termo, San Bernardino Co., Calif. Piano tuning. Call up Redew ill's. FREE, $1800.00 TO LIVE STU DENTS AND SCHOOL CHILDREN you cla-ss yourself a hustler, and are under 21 years of age enter at -once as one of the band of the scholarship contestants, and earn one of the many prizes to be awarded in about two months by The Republican. An $850 Vose Baby Grand Piano, six excellent scholarships, two round trips to Yo semite valley, a $50 Victor Talking Machine, are among the things given to the boys and girls that are ambi- The following registered at the Ho tel Adams yesterday: C. A. Willets, Boston; H. W. Curtis, Chicago; M. S. Ellenstein, Cincinnati; H. L. Langdon, Denver; J. F. Barker, Tucson; M. D. Buck, Chicago; B. A. Packard, Doug las; F. K. Quinn, New Jersey; J. Des son. New York; T. H. Allen, Chicago; Horace F. Brown, New Tork; J. R. Ross, Phoenix; H. Allwood and wife; J. E. Crandall, Los Angeles; J. W. Schultz, Florence; J. W. S. Parker, She Cam Eat Pie Xotr. A lady recently visited a friend in Kcenc, N. whose husband was very delicate, and yet she noticed that he could cat all the pie he wanted. She began to wonder how it was that he could do it, when she had to give up this delicacy because of disagreeable after effects. She writes as follows: "I found It was because the pies were made with Cottolene: and as I am a great lover of pie, I began using Cot tolene, and have never had a bit of lard in the house since that time. I how enjoy my pie. as It does not give heart-burn as formerly." Cottolene makes crisp,, flaky, "di gestible" pic-crust, that tastes good, and does good lard docs you barm. JUST RECEIVED A ' LOT OF BLANKETS AND COM FORTS WHICH WE ARE SELLING CHEAP. WE ALSO CARRY A FULL LINE OF KITCHEN UTENSILS. COME AND SEE US. WE ARE CLOSING THIS LINE OUT. WE HAVE THE MOST STYLISH HATS FOR THE LOWEST PRICES. THE FAIR 212 East Washington Street. X 4 H 1 H ! H' I I 1' H I I I'W-S-K-M- .We receive daily our supply of California j: and local Fruits and Vegetables ! 4 ? Phone Us Your Orders 4- Cold Air Storage Market 110-116 East Washington St. Telephone Main 6. III1H1H B H-M-H-HH-H-H Moore & NcLellan Undertakers and Embaimcrm. Lady Assistant. I West Adams Street. Telephone Main 111. MOHN & DRISCOLL FUNERAL DIRECTORS rtitiii,ujjBiMiMniiJiwiiwaw W rAQTCDMWR 2, WUlTKEY P hrtui LIILIIIW UB II III I 1111 UNDERTAKERS Hi W. WuWrm , Phoenix, Arizona. You Must Stop FOR A COOL ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHTS REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA, ARIZONA. Ford Hotel Grill Open every night until 12 o'clock. Merchants Lunch 1130 t0 1:S0 Short Orders from 1 a-tn. to 8 V DUTCH LUNCHES ALL HOUR3. Private rooms for ladies or parties. BANQUETS or SPREADS for all occasions. Electric Combination and Gas Fixtures MADE TO ORDER BY THE ARIZONA ELECTRICAL CO, 41 SOUTH FIRST AVE. TEL. BLACK 8534. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY HOUSE. V. R. NORRIS PROP. Don't be satisfied with poor Meats. BRYAN .or TAFT would order Meats from 'the Independent Market if they lived in Phoenix, because the Steaks, Chops and Rffa.sts at our shop are from choice selected stock. Our buyer knows. " Independent Meat Market mmwmmmmmmmwmwmw rhnne Main 29?. W. Wa r-fl( If Tf Tf if llf ous and know they can do some busi ness themselves, for The Republican. , 3HT1lil 'mi HArgTffft Vrl lUBeBig