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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORMXG, NOVEMBER 2$, 190S L . ' ; i . w. xlp' Ecopricai! Parlor Steel Hot Blast Heater. Charter Oak Steel Box Heater E. W. THAYER Charter Oak King Heater. Special Oak Heater WICKENBURB THEREABOUTS Progress of Home Making in Vicinity of Quite a force is now employed in excavation work, and it is claimed that the dam and canal will be con structed at the small cost of $60,000. The water is the 'natural under ground flow of the Cullins valley, which heads about fifteen miles west of Wickenburp. This valley drains a great area of country, running for perhaps fifty miles between the Harqua Ilala and Harcuvar ranges. Xear Harrisburg the valley narrows and passes through the Harqua Hala mountains when the abrupt decline brings the bed rock near the surface, as also the water. From all reports this will certainly be a successful venture and will before many years be the scene of a thrifty community. 1 IRRIGATION PROJECT Mining Operators-The plans of the Tri-Counly Board of Trade With Headquarters at Wickenbuig, to Extend its Usefulness. IDy Tom Sohultz.) Wicfcenburg, Xov. 20. (Special cor respondence of The Republican.) Sam Given of Phoenix, in company with George Rogers of Los Angeles, re turned the earl. iart of the week from a visit to trie dam of the Harqua Hala Development company, near Har risburg. seven miles south of Salome. Mr. Green is a director in the com pany and spoke most glowingly of the proposition. It is claimed by the engineer's re ports that a bedrock dam raised to a height of seventeen feet will raise to the surface 10,000 miners' inches of water. This, it is estimated, will safely irrigate 50.000 acres of land. There is considerable more land than the above figure; far more than will evr be utilized, but with a steady flow of 10,000 Inches one can now see what a beautiful country will eventually be made below Harrisburg. It is also stated that by carrying the water for three miles a drop of fifty feet can be secured, which means a sufficiency of light and power for the entire population. CHEMICAL AMALGAMATION. S. A. Heckathorn, representing the International Ore Treating Machinery company of Los Angeles, arrived in Wickenburg last Thursday and will remain here some days interesting himself with the ores of this section. M. Heckathorn is sanguine as to the merits of his machine, saying that to witness its operation will satisfy anyone. WILL DEVELOP Dr. O. L. Greer of Congress Junc tion, president of the Arizona Gold company, will begin extensive devel opment of the company's holdings within a short time. Jas. Carmichael, a well known Arizona mining man, has been employed as mine superin tendent and is now at the property making a study of the general condi tions. The property is located on the northeast slope of the Harqua Hala range west of Wickenburg, and a few miles south of the A. & C. rail road. There are more than thirty claims in the group upon which there are said to be immense showings in both copper and gold ore. BOARD OF TRADE. Wickenburg tri-county board of trade made another move toward ad vancement, when at its meeting Thursday evening it was decided that at its next regular meeting, which will be on the 3rd of Decemlier, the general public will be invited to at tend and offer anything they may have to say for or against incorpora tion of the town. A great many citizens, especially those who have given the subject considerable thought, are ready to go ahead ,and incorporate. Again, there are others who claim they know nothing about it, and some who, for one reason or another, are opposed to the extent that they want to be sfTown. in which contention they are perfectly within their rights. To meet this and any other ques tions that might arise, the board -5-H-5-K-H-K- I Attention Auto Owners ! I Let us have your repair work. We employ no amateurs only thoroughly competent mechanics employed. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. FAIR PRICES. "SS" Auto Repair Shop SCHILLING & STAFFORD. I 113 West Jefferson St. -H- H I 11 I ! 1 I I t H' W K-'H-H-H' I M 1 f l' ! i 1 1 : 11 1 11 llH tHW will endeavor to have a' copy of some of our town charters to be used as a guide at the meeting. It is not the intention of the writer to offer his opinion on this important subject, being perfectly satisfied now to let things take their course, believing that the right trail has been hit. Nevertheless, every citizen should attend and, void of all personal feelings, deliberate for what he believes to be for the best inter ests of Wickenburg. Miss Ethel Wise arrived from Phoenix this week to attend at the bedside of her aunt, Mrs. W. D. Delano, who has been sick for several days. It is the prayer of a large circle of friends that the lady will soon regain her health. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Margaretic re turned this week from an extended visit east. Mr. Margaretic Is largely identified with mining properttles in the Clack Rock district and it is to be h6ped that he will soon start the ball rolling again in that section. Geo. Upton and wife returned this week from Clinton. Ia. Mr. Upton will begin at once the development of a group of claims located on Rich Hill. In speaking of the out look for mining in the territory, Mr. Upton said, "Things look exceedingly bright for Arizona In a mining way and I believe this will prove a ban ner year in Arizona." C. E. Cain, of Winslow passed through Wickenburg Thursday en route Parker, from which point he will outfit for his mines which are located some ten miles over in Cali fornia. L. D. Parkinson, traveling hustler for a big tailoring establishment, is visiting Wickenburg again. Mrs. Earl Smith is reported to be ill this week, with a severe attack of pleurisy. Mrs. S. G. Pattoe .of Florence is visiting this week in Wickenburg with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R A. R iberts. Geo. McFarlar.d, the irripresslble chairman of -the after "call time" sessions, dropped into Wickenburg one day this week, having come all the way from Yuma by railroad, au tomobile, burro, shanks and various other methods of loco-motion. George looked strong, more or less dust, as fresh as a daisy and declared the scenery between Quartzsite and Yuma to be the grandest on earth, which to be appreciated in the fulest should be viewed afoot. Dr. G. A. McGlnnis, resident phy sician at Parker, returned Thursday through Wickenburg on his way home. The doctor accompanied a patient down the river in a gasoline launch '-and had a rather exciting time, jamming sandbars and cussing a "bucking" gasoline engine. He had been most a week on the trip and would quite likely have spent the holidays down there somewhere if he had not of "ducked" his boat at Leguna and boarded the trian via Yuma and Phoenix for home. The Fleur de Lis society met at the home of Mrs. J. C. Reed Wed nesday afternoon. credited delegates from granges, fann ers' clubs, stockmens' associations, as well as farmers and others who come individually and on their own respon sibility. We are putting ourselves In the way of hearing what are the economic, sanitary and educaional phases of country life as they are nndertsood by the people themselves. Ve do not expect to make Inspec tions of any Institution or any agri cultural region. We desire to have short statements . from a number of representative persons rather than to have large gatherings. While these meetings will be public they are not to be speech making occasions on the part of the members of the commis sion." I The university offers Its services and Its buildings for the hearing and extends a ordlal Invitation In the name of the commission to all Inter ested persons. 0 If you want the pure juice of the ap ples for your mince meat, or a refresh ing drink, call up Melczer Brothers Company, Main 75. Seventy-five cents per gallon. . Dr. Emmons fits and furnishes glas ses, 368 X. 4th avenue. STOCKHOLDERS APPROVE Though It Was Only Half as Much as They Were Used To. Bisbee, Ariz., Nov. 19. (Special cor respondence of The Republican.) The action of the directors of the Calumet and Arizona company In declaring a dividend of $1 per share" when the stockholders were expecting one of 12, caused considerable comment In this city yesterday and today. How ever, most of the stockholders be lieve, though, the action of the di rectors In keeping on hand a large cash reserve was unwarranted when they considered the number of op tions held on different properties in various parts of the territory. The recent arrest of a number of persons for keeping In their posses sion articles which did not belong to them, but which were delivered to them during the excitement of the re cent fire, has had a good effect and caused the restoring of a large amount or property that might other wise have been lost to the owners. Yesterday a trunk was returned to Richard Darnell which contained J400 in cash, a gold watch and many val uable papers. Through the diligence of Messrs. , Pritchard & Keene, local brokers, J. M. Fletcher has had reissued to him by several mining companies certifi cates of stock valued at over $300. Fletcher was an occupant of the Grand hotel, in which the fire started, and lost over 11,000 In mining certifi cates. The recovery of this portion has caused him to wear a broad smile and he says it Is just like finding It. According to the reports brought here by persons returning from Syl vanite, another gold strike has been made about nine miles from the scene of the former strike, and many per sons from Sylvanite are rushing there In the hope of staking out claims. NAVAJO INDIAN BLANKETS. Special sale. Large assortment. Prices right and goods genuine. Miller Sterling Co., 9-11 E Washington. o See Dr. Swigert for Correct Glasses. 2! This Is What Taft Would Do If Taft were living in Phoenix he would probably order all of his Meat from our market, because It would be clean and the kind that "can't be bead" Our buyer knows how to buy on the hoof, conse quently we get the best In the valley to sell our customers. Independent Meat Market Phone Main sf. 1-1 W. Wash. SL i"H-M"M"B"l 1 4H 1 i 1 i M"M"M-K 1 -M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iftw M fl-l-Wfl-H 4- i V' j A Hat A Hat that becomes the lady, that is strictly up-to-date and "fetching" Is the . most attrac tive of all her wearing apparel. We have the largest line of the handsomest Millinery ever dis played in Phoenix at low prices, never before heard of In Phoe ilx. Therefore, we want you to buy your Hat from us. Francis Cloak and Suit House I HOMME GATHERING AT THE UNIVERSITY Delegates From All Industrie Asked to Meet the Country Life Commis sion There. Tucson, Ariz. , Nov. 19. (Special correspondence of The Republican.) Anouncement is made by the Unlver soty of Arizona that the Commission on Country Life will hold a hearing at the university in Tucson on Tues day, November 24, with sessions In the morning and in the afternoon. The commission is composed of its chair man, Pror. L. II. Bailey, director of the New York State College of Agri culture; Hon. Oifford PInchot, chief forester of the United States; Walter H. Page, editor of The World's Work of New York; President K. L. Butter field of the Masachusetts Agricultural College, and Henry Wallace of Iowa. The commission was appointed not for the purpose of investigating the farm- i'er or for inquiring into the technical ' aericultural nractices or for rivfnir in struction; but for inquiring into the larger questions of social, economic and sanitary conditions, of the open country for the purpose of finding out what these conditions are. Chairman Bailey writes to President Babcock, "The members of the commission would like to hear the opinions of representative farm3-s, teachers, min isters, physicians, business men, trans portation men, newspaper men and others who live In the open country or who have direct relations with it. 4 Therefore we would like to meet ac- a CIGARS by the Box Is our specialty. Coupons with every 25o cash purchase. Drawing Dec. 29th 7:30 p.m. ' S. H. Drachnian Cigar Co J THE BEST ALWAYS Furs - and - Waists - for - Thanksgiving CHILDREN'S FURS " We are ready for the little folks with a big line of Fur Sets in all the popular Furs and styles of the winter sea son of 1908-'09. These Muff and Scarf Sets for children are prettier this year than ever before. Priced at, per 81.00 to 85.00 FURS FOR THANKSGIVING Thanksgiving Is the Initial day for wearing Furs and this season finds us with a complete assortment of Fur Collars, Scarfs, Boas and Stoles in the very latest Furs, beautiful styles, well made, with head and tall trimmings. See them at our Suit Annex. Priced ell the way from.. $3.50 t 845.00 NEW NET WAISTS We have just opened another invoice of those popular Net Waists In several new styles, ecru and white, very elabor ately trimmed and artistically made: all sizes Ujtlay, but at the prices we have put on these Waists they should not last long. Priced from 37.50 to 810.00 SPECIAL SALE OF SHORT SILK GLOVES In black, tans, modes nnd a few whites; nearly all sizes in the lot. "Kayser" and "Elsmere" makes, extra qualities Saturday and Monday if they last that long at the very spe cial price, per pair 39c DENT'S GLOVES AT $1.50 Special closing out sale of "Dent's" Gloves for men in tans only; sizes 8, 8 '4. &H. 9 and 9; the standard $2.25 quality, but as we are discon tinuing this line we have them for quick selling at marked $1.50 NEW DIRECTOIRE SASH BELTS TWO styles blacks only, made of Chiffon Messaline Silk and Satin Taffeta, the fad of the season; two qualities.. 81.25 & S2.50 SILVER HAND BAGS Special line of the latest novelty Silver Hand Bags with chain handles in several styles and sizes In very neat designs. Specially priced for Thanksgiving week at. each 50c n"d 81.00 NEW SILK BELTS Special line of new Silk Belts in four different styles, tailored ef fects, stitched and braided in black only. Extra values at, each 75f NEW BELT PINS In oxidized, gilt and old gold finish, set with stones and colored gold center pieces, very attractive new styles in different designs. By far the prettiest line of Belt Pin Novelties we have ever shown. Specially priced at, each 75 C THANKSGIVING NECKWEAR We have a complete assortment of the very latest novelties in Thanksgiving Neckwear, such as Collars, Bow Ties, Ruffs, Ruches and Jabots. Every new conceivable style of the season. Priced all the way from 35 to 83.50 See Our New Line Pearl Beads at Per String 25c WINDSOR TIES Silk Windsor Ties all the new colors in Plain Silks, Plaids and Novelties; Al qualities, selling at, ach 35 NEW HAND BAGS We have just opened a complete new line of Leather Hand Bags In all the new colors and shapes, small and large. Also Thumb Purses. In the collection are some very attractive novelties. See them In our front show window case. Priced at, each, from 81.00 to 815.00 DIRECTOIRE SASH RIBBONS Beautiful new Directoire Sash Rib bons of the finest quality Satin Taffeta, 6 and 8 inches wide, col ors black, light blue, pink, brown and white. See them at our Rib bon department. THANKSGIVING HOSIERY SILK HOSE (Mir special line of Ladles' Silk Hose in black, lavender, navy, Lon don smoke. Copenhagen tan. and mode, with high spliced heel and sole, garter top in beautiful sheer quality pure silk. Special at. per pir $2.00 409K Onyx Black Silk Lisle Ladies' Hose is our trade bringer at all times. It's famous because it nev er goes wrong, high spliced heel and sole, guaranteed stainless. Price per pair 50 INFANTS' HOSE A regular 20c quality infants' fine quality Ribbed Cotton Hose, sizes 4 to 6, in black, white, pink, light blue, brown and cardinal, seamless and fast colors. Special Thanksgiving price, per pair only 12 12C KNIT UNDERWEAR Pure White Jersey Ribbed Fleeced Vests and Pants. Vest3 form-shaped, lohg sleeves and crochet finished. Pants with tight and French bands, ankle length, beautiful quality and exceptionally good value at, per garment 75J MISSES' UNION SUITS Cream Cotton Fleeced, Ribbed Misses' Union Suits, very neatly finished, long sleeves and ankle length. Sizes 6 to 13 years; fine quality, winter weight. Spe cial per garment 75 Linens for Thanksgiving Dinner Table Our Linen department has been thoroughly equipped with a most desirable assortment of Table Linens Imported from the best mills of Europe, which enables us to offer exceptional values. See our "window display of a few of the many lines we carry. Special values of Table Linen by the yard at -60c. S5c, 7"c, 85c, 90c and 11.00. Napkins in most cases to match. We call special attention to our 90c and $1.00 qual ity pure Irish Flax Damask, full bleach, with floral border. Other better qualities of Table Linens are very moderately priced. Extra Special Sale of Linens One odd lot of discontinued patterns In Napkins, Table Cloths and 4 Cloths and Nankins to match, some verv nrettv nntinma nml vr1lent quality; nearly all sizes In both Cloths and Napkins. We want to sell every piece of these fine Linens by Monday at 6 p.m., so have marked them exactly X"3 0Fr" the regular prices. 1 Off i i off EIDERDOWN COMFORTS We have on show a very choice assortment of genuine Eiderdown Comforters covered withs beautiful quality figured sateen and finished with satin borders and bands. This line Is so beautiful that it's hard to describe. Look them over; seeing is believing. Priced from 87.50 to 822.50 I Thanksgiving Shoes Ladies Fine Pat. Colt Pump, welt sole, military heel, pat leather bow, long counter to prevent gaping at the side. The correct Pump for street wear like cut. Price 84.00 Ididles' Soft French Kid Tongue Pump, beaded vamp and tongue, wooden Cuban heel, turn sole, can't slip at the heel; a very, very swell Pump for evening wear. Price S-1.00 New arrivals In Pumps for party wear. Ladles' Soft Pat. Kid or Gun Metal, Kid Tongue Pumps, large gilt buckles, elastic uuder buckle, can't slip at the heel, turn sole, military heel, fits like a glove and especially adapted for evening wear. Priced at '. 1 nn Nothing Succeeds Ll Success. DP. HlttBABD m twowm hpxjomout TMC WUYNWUT AS A Leaiiii Specialist U CHR0NX DISEASES He ha the confidence and patrooSK of tba leading kaitinMS iou, and m o ft t prominent citizen of AnaDa. Tba Doc'or it grcUoataff Harvard Hsdleal Colloire. ' Wa formerly a mea tier ol th Rhode UIddo and Calorado State Medical Societies, and L'nitku o.-vrim i-Ktisiox kiAM ikks. Him 1th u weaJUi Ecukmuj to be well! Arc joa Buffering from eoaie cbronic Section. Are fou weak, aick and nuable to perform tli ordinary dntiea of life J IX ao, beware of paten; BMtiicUiea, inexperienced and nnekUled ptijsi eiana. i)r, HibUird em ploy none but mional and arientifie method be naea no iujanoui drain in remoTin? tae poioiiou ertecu of BLOOD AND PRIVATE DISiiAaLS from thj tjtum. 8EXCAL WEAKNESS, with ail ila baneful effect positively eared by the latest and beet remedit. Cbronic, nemme, blood, kidney, urinary, bladder and apecial diaoases treated it. a strictly up-to-date manner, hibbard Building, 26-28 Sou 2nd Paourn. Arizona. Consultation free, lloors 10 to U ; 1 to 3, and fl to 7, Address all eoaucnnicntionii. SKILLFUL SUCCESSFUL PCL1ABL OPCGRF.3SJVS CALIFORNIA WINE & LIQUOR CO. Port ! Claret Bpl. 75 Rieellns; l( 1.25 " "II .on Mauterne ! aa 1-50 Zaufandel ; 'ha.swlaa I zxx 1.75 Burgundy 1.50 'iutedel . xxxx ii.u (irenaohe 1.76 .-Vim Hon ' Angelica 1.50 Carkieoret iOO Cretta Blaaca teberry J bpl price b W. spk. burgundy J. F. Cutter Whisky, Hermitage, Old i Taylor. Ambassador, King of Kea i tucky and a hundred more of the beat i quality, and a full Una of Cordial. Special price for barrel. Hot Lunch at Richelieu Baiooa. 1-J1 South Canter Bt You Smoke then try a Carabano Clear Havana Cigar at all first-class cigar stands m Phoenix E. S. Vakelin Grocer Go. DISTRIBUTORS NEW LOCATION, FIRST AND ADAMS 8T. GOOD PLUMBING Serves you right, Bavea you trouble. Our work Is neat, la personally guar- -anteed. Let us figure on your work; it means mon ey to you; satisfaction ' too. Phonp Black 2891. Johnson & Remsbottom Practical Plumbers, 23 N. Second Street a i.