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- TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY 3IOKXIXG, NOVEMBER 2j, 1908.
THE DELINEATOR DECEMBER. 1908 .., 1' . " IV THEBUTTERICK PUBLISHING COMFANY-NEW Fifteen Cents a Copy One Dollar a Year The Fashion Authority of the W orld ill FariS the FRENCH EDITION of THE DELINEATOR has the largest circulation of any magazine of its Kind. This is the tribute of Paris to BUTTERlCtt FASHIONS. au- B. THE DELINEATOR is the one style thority. It is made so by its association with the great fashion autocrats of Paris and the creators of style in this country, and by its own unsurpassed staff of fashion artists. s C"V571 x "V f '"L is one of the important What You Ought To articIes just beginning in Know About Your Baby" the delineator. r being a series of papers by an eminent physician. Every . mother should read them. IT. Marion Crawford's new serial -stradella.- now running in THE DELINEATOR, is a masterpiece of spirited r,".' writing. Good stories may always be found in its pages. $1.00 per year Single copy 15 cents Subscribe at any merchant carrying DuttericK Patterns or any newsdealer or direct The Magazine Library Combination Mi Tbe&0gk Mf three kf ty that all hi..;- mi V8 Lg""5 ":' .75 PC'-g.-TC The Delineator, $1.00 Everybody's Magazine, 1.50 The World's WorK, 3.00 ; i Total $5.50 Our Price for all Three, $3.50 Saving Two Dollars The three that all will eni .fin ' 3tf THE. PCttHe,TOR:v- THE BUTTERLCH PUBLJSIilNG CO., DuttericK Building New YorK iukr.miiiimi!iiiiiiiriiiniciu:iui;ir ; I Indian Baskets and ! I Blankets, Native 3 S Gems, Curio3 1 ARIZONA SADDLERY GO. jj'i & 45 N. Center. Phoenix Clinton Campbell GENERAL CONTRACTOR Rwidnc TcUphon DAILY AT THE FORD GRILL Shell Oysters, Clams, Mussells, Lobsters, and the best Steer Loin Steaks, Spring Chicken, etc RANCHERS If you use Cedar, Redwood or Cottonwood Posts, dip them In Asphalt. For particulars apply to ' . Freachy, the Cement Man Bo 192. Phone Main 249. S57 N. .Fourth Ave. Main 177 FASHION BARBER SHOP. j ijo 10 ine raw 11 ion uiirwr nnop wnen , j. ! visiting city. Lewis & Noble, Props., i 5 1 43 W. Washington St., Tor a neat ! I hair cut. shave, plain bath, salt rub, : ( aiconoi ruD, Doay massage, electric Docy massage, ty Masseur John is. j I Lewis. All Kinds of Real Chinese jr CURIOS and NOVELTIES t CHINA DICK'S ) First St and Madison. THE WIGGINS SYSTEM OF I I iiii ii iithw nil nn tm i hi .in n ii Jlj' jiJI ' 1'IJIl.HXI I illi ipuWPCT-, hum B III UU J ulu I LIU El t m i . . - I m A Plan Especially Adapted to the Great Southwest. Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 17. (Special corresHjndence of The Republican.) What promises to prove of great im portance to the agricultural wotUl. and the reclamation of the Grt-at American Desert, has just been in vented by Prof. John L. Wigins, of Kansas City. According to the In ventor his system of sub-irrigation will revolutionize the old system now in vogue and by means of drilled wells and the ordinary wind mill, vast tracts of arid lands In Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona can be made to "bloom like the rose." Sub-irrigation is not a new thing, by any means, but the Inventor of the new tile-making machine de clares he has solved the problem of economical and scientific irrigation by manufacturing an endless tile of ce ment and sand which will cost from 0 per cent to 75 per cent less than heretofore. He says any farmer can install his system at nominal cost per acre, and when once ready for use it costs nothing to operate. A number of cut-off valves and a man to look after them is all that is re quired. He says by the use of small hand machines one man can lay from 600 to SsOO feet of tile per day, and with the power machine from 20,000 to 23,000 lineal feet per day can be made. The average cost per acre to Install the Wiggins system of sub irrigation, according to Prof, Wiggins, is from 130 to J30 per acre. SiMiiking of his new invention and its possibilities. Prof. Wiggins said: "My machine simply makes a con tinuous cement tile for very much less tnai anything ever before at tempted, which reduces the cost of installation to the minimum. It digs the tiitch, automatically mixes the sand and cement and deposits the tile as it moves, along. The depth of the ditch varies according to the char acter of soil to be irrigated; suf ficiently deep, however, to not inter fere with cultivation. When the tilt is wdl fcasoned the wire screen is placed over each port, or hole in the small laterals, and then covered over. This completes the work so far as the tile-making machine is concerned. "An ordinary bored well that will furnish fifty barrels of water per day will successfully Irrigate ten acres of land. A wind mill can be used a greater part of the growing season but where large tracts are to be irrigated it might be well to employ a gasoline engine to pump the water into an elevated tank, or reservoir. A main line, or conduit, is laid acro the center of the tract to be irri gated. At distances ranging from twelve to eighteen feet part are laid lati-ral lines. These laterals are per forated; each hole being securely protected by a copper wire screen which prevents roots or mud from clogging them up. In this manner the water percolates through each open ing in the small tiles and by cap illary ' attraction it is evenly distrib uted over, or rather under, every Inch of land within the tract under the system. "Sub-Irrigation by the use of ordi nary wells will, I believe, reclaim millions of acres of land in the so called American Desert, and provide happy and prosperous homes for thou Fands of thrifty farmers. In practi cally every large valley, and even on the high table lands In the arid west, water can be found at depths ranging from 50 to 300 feet. These lands are today absolutely worthless, but with my system, they can be made very valuable indeed. These are public lands subject to homestead entry and can be taken up by anyone. "No, the department of agriculture has not offered to buy my invention. I understand e.erts have recently investigated it, but I would nut sell it. The general public may h-ive my invention by pnying a very small loyalty per acre. This is good enough lor me. A syndicate is now arrang ing to manufacture the power ma- hine and establish experimental sta tions in the several arid sections and I presume it will be only a short time until many thousands of acres will be placed under sub-irriy.ttieo. The Hell-Adams company of Kansas City will have charge of the wortu". o THE WORK OF A MONTH AT ROOSEVELT DAM An Official Report of the Progress Made During October. SWIGERT BROS, 17 East Adams St. Phone Red 2641. If your eyes trouble you or you in need of glasses "that fit in every detail," see us. We court compari son in our goods, our prices, our methods, and our expert fitting. Hours: 9:30 to 12 and 1 to 4:30. Sundays or Evenings by appointment. DR. L M. SWIGERT, Mgr. THE PALACE 8aloon. Pool and Billiards. Budwelser on draught. Old Crow, Mayfield and Guckenhelmer Rye Whiskies sold over the bar. JOHN P. BODET. Prop. When You Buy a Vose' Piano You get one hundred cents on the dollar in value. Nothing is used Sjj In Its construction that is "good enough." It must be tne oest. hence Vose Pianos are as good as any you can buy. Nothing add ed for the name. You pay for quality only. With large capital, facilities and equipment, we can sell you the best at a minimum of cost. Kasy terms. REDEWILL'S The Home of Everything Musical ajlaMfiiBaf iftsaaaa4RUa&stiBaaB&sa1 An Artistic Home Nothing can excel in artistic beauty a home furnished with Crafts man Furniture. THE BIDE-A-WF.E MISSION' FURNITURE COM PANY has furnished and is furnishing many of the most beautiful homes in this valley. Our facilities for turnine 6ut hew and desirable designs in Oak or Soft Woods are greatly improved. None but care ful, painstaking craftsmen employed. If you ure in need of a splen did MORRIS CHAIR, a comfortable LARGE ROCKER, an ELEGANT SIDE BOARD A GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK or a BEAUTIFUL MANTLE CLOCK A BOOK CASE A BUREAU, or CHIFFONIER OR PICTURES to decorate your home with, we have all these things and numerous others on hand READY TO DELIVER and can make anything you want at short order. We cordially invite you to inspect our stoc. , ... i Bide- a wee Mission Furniture Co. 3-4 Mile North of East Lake Park. i t t f The Crystal Cafe and Restaurant t X Washington, Nov. 16. (Special cor respondents of The Republican.) During the month of October the cement mill at the Roosevelt dam burned 11,300 and ground 9,700 bar rels of cement. The contractors have laid 12,300 cubic yards of masonry, which completes 45 per cent of the masonry work done in the dam, and which brings the lowest point to an elevation of 60 feet, and the highest to an elevation of 80 feet. Approxi mately, a total of 148,030 cubic yards of masonry have been laid 6 date. Good progress has been mad? in pole setting and in the construction of the switching station for the trans mission line which is completed to wihtin two miles of Roosevelt. In the south canal 22,000 cubic yards have been excavated, and con siderable work has been done on the grand canal. The canal system was operated throughout the month of October. Well drilling on the C.ila River Indian reservation and at Mesa was continued through the month. 34-36 West Adams St. Table D'Hote and A laCarte. Strictly X white help. The very best the market will afford. A First-Class Cafe. .j. T f Special Table d ' Note t Dinner 35c i I Crystal Cafe and Restaurant L I .J -..-..w-.. -:-.?vfvJr ,?J-..,.t7J-T-.-a. ,.- . T t. GUARANTEED UNDER THE PURE FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. JUNE 30'- 1906 Full Quart Bottles Only S1.00 Exceptional good value. Try it and you will use no other. Melczer Bros. Co. Distributors. Phoenix. Ariz. X C -- s-k I it n I - i OUIliC LCll.U 15 Cheap ! But Good Lane! Is Scarce 54 acres Z'3 miles west of fair grounds; 40 acres in al falfa; orchard, good well of water, fenced and cross-fenced, pood house; old title to water. Can be bought for $20 per acre, less than any of the surround ing land. Investigate this proposition. It, will ray you. Frank J. O'Brien BROKER. Tucson. Branches in Phoenix and Nogales. Stocks, Bonds and Produce Private Leased Wire to all Exchanges. R. D. HIGHTOWER, Manager. Phoenix Office. Phone Main 232. Hotel Adams. i The Rogers toctloo Co. I t G0 TO ADAMS FANCY FRUIT COMPANY 24 West Jefferson St. $ Phone Red-207L 'M"I"M"M' I V 1 I U 1 I 1 1 1 ;-:---f- NAVAJO INDIAN BLANKETS. - Special sale. Large assortment. Prices right and goods genuine. Miller Sterling Co., 9-11 E. Washington. Buy your cooked food for Thanks giving at the Presbyterian Ladies Ba zaar, also fancy work and aprons. Tuesday afternoon Nov. 24. Fancy Burbank potatoes per cwt., $1.60. Williams Grocery Co., phone Main 173. Alfalfa Hay, per ton S12.00 Oat Hay, per ton S 12.00 Rolled Barley S1.C0 Bran 95 White Seed Oats S2.23 Texas Eed Oats ; 2.23 Alfalfa Seed : S11.00 A. WHARTON Phone cMaln 224. U7 E. Jeff, St. j. And let Alexander Wallace, the 3 j. greatest fruit man In the coun- V try, tell you about the Lord 3 J. Roberts beautiful baskets of . X mixed fruit, our specialty. i T Moore & McLellan Undertakers and Embalmers. ,'Lady Assistant. It West Adams SrreaL Telephone 2faia 111. I IP'