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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVE3IHEII 29, 1908.
14 mi 1 1 mnt iHHtumimwHH 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 iwwh miintiHin 1 1 1 nm 1 nr i i i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i l n n 1 1 m i u m : 1 1 1 1 1 u i innmt h h t 1 1 1 1 h i HfH iih-m t NORMAL TRACK TEAM'S Tempe Department Mesa Department W. H. HOGLE, Manager STATEMENT IN REPLY Why It Does Not Accept the Challenge Of the High School and- Why It F. W. GRIFFEN, Manager iii4ituttoiiiiiHHiiininittniniiniiiiinmit CUT GLASS The best assortment in TemDe for Christmas Presents and nresents for other occasions. See our south Window, next to the post office. B HarmersDrug Store-Tempe l l I I I H 1 I I 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 !' XMA5 GOODS... A full and complete line of Cut Glass Just arrived. Including Water Sets, Fruit Bowls, Salnd Bowls, Cream Pitchers, Vases, Cake Trays, etc. Also a fine line of Silverware. They will make the finest kind of a Christmas Present. See our east window for display. l LAIRD & DINES, Druggists. j-H H, I 11 M l M I I 1 S' 1 I M i l 1 1 1 H UM I I H I I K K H' H I my Milk Pacific Creamery CompanyTempe, Arizona f I I M I I 1 I I I I I I M 1 W 11 H 11 I 'I I I I 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I i 1 1 1 1 11 1 IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL Child's School Shoe WE HAVE IT FOR YOU. JUST RECEIVED A BIG LINE. W. LUKIN CASH STORE M 111 1 1 H M 1 1 I Ml 1 1 1 1 11 H-1 1 11 M 1 I II 11 II M 11 11 1 1 M 1M THE OLIVE HOTEL Meals, 35 cents. Pleas ant, airy rooms. Free bus meets all trains. T Special Family Rates Upon Mppucaiion. 1 l"M"M"M 1 1 1 1 I I 111 1 1 ; I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I i 1 Fresh, Sweet Cream i 20 CENTS PER PINT. ALSO ICE CREAM AT 1 Easterwoods i 4-u milium mi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M I"l' ;..M..M 'H H "M"H"M" ! '-M-h X S6000 will buy 40 acres near T 4. Tempe with g6od house, if tak- J. T en before Dec. 1. T X Beet Land for Rent. A. B. TOMLINSON, Notary &. Real Estate Agent T Tempe, Arizona. 1 1 I 1 I I 1 M I M i H 11 1 M- I-H-H-v 1 U 1 II 1 11 11 1 M 1 II I 1 11 I M !! T A fine assortment of Silver- T ware, Cut Glass and Hand X 4. f Painted Dishes just received. J GOODWIN'S NOVELTY STORE t 4 H H H 1 M I I 1 MM 1 I I M I l hv M We Lead the Way to better things in Groceries, and to lower prices for life's necessities. If you are not getting the satisfaction you desire In these particulars, we can render you material assistance and save you many a dollar. One trial is sufficient to convince. Our Chase & Sanborn High Grade Coffee Meets the demands of all class es, rich and poor, high and low, inasmuch as it is a good, pure, wholesome drink at compara tively a moderate cost. To See it is to Like it. , To Drink it is to Enjoy it. To Speak of it is to Praise it. We ask you to give Chase A. Sanborn's Coffee a trial and be convinced of i its merits as a luxurious and beneficial drink. Arizona Mercantile Co. Tempe, Arizona Shase & Sanborn Sole Agency. OM - M ! "l-M-M-i I I ..n..i-H"H"H l .-i..I-I- t- i-I 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 I M 1 1 1 1 M 1-H- l M I 'M 'I I I 1111 M I I I 1 I I 1 1 I-t-x Home jj Product :: 1 I 1 'H 1 MUM M-M H I I H i 1' ! i-M I 1 1 1 Mil 1 .1-1 1 I I I 1 1 ! 1 I M I 11 I I M M 1 I 1 I M M I II 1 1 4- A SAD CASE It was learned yesterday that the man who died at Roosevelt the day be fore was Frank Chatman. A particu larly distressing feature of the case is that the wife of the deceased has been here for the past two weeks under meilirfll treHtment It wna on neviint of her illness that Dr. B. B. Moeur made a quirk trip to Roosevelt in an auto and brought, the sick woman back with him. Undertaker Carr is expect ed to arrive here today or tomorrow with the remains. Funeral arrange ments have not ;-et been announced. POOL ROOM OPENING The Kingsbury pool room will be ooened scitin todav. It will be in charge of Mac Browning, who for some time xa.st has been with Teeter Bros. See Dr. Swigert for correct glasses. H 1 1' H"H"H"I MM 1' II I I I 1 1 I :: Club Pool Room '. Cigars and Tobacco ; ; 'l'i'l' t"M"M' I1 1 I U I lllilllllMt Mill I 1 1 HI 1 1 1 MM 1 1 Ml 1 1 f THREE SMALL RANCHES FOR RENT. K. A. n llNDfcj. nr trt m i Real Estate, Loans & Insurance. I 1 :i,,H'M M'l-H"M-"rfrM-M"t"K- Brown and white Leg horns, Barred Plymouth Rocks, R. L Red and Black Minorca etres for setting after Sept. 15. 11.50 for 15. C. W. ALEXANDER, Calls Dale Poultry Farm, TEMPE, ARIZ. i -5 H-H- GOODWIN Opera House Tuesday, Dec. 1st, THE BIG FUN SHOW Uncle Josh Perkins AN EVERLASTING SUCCESS. X SINGERS, DANCERS AND COMEDIANS. i SEE UNCLE JOSH AT THE T T COUNTY FAIR. II Watch for the Big Pa rade of the I Hayseed Band wm H-M -H M"M"l"M"H"H"l"l i 1 1 1 1 & - A THING OF THE PAST DIPHTHERIA EPIDEMIC There Will Be the Usual Sunday Ser vices Today and Schools Will Open In the Morning. The diphtheria epidemic, which for the past few weeks has been respon sible for the close of school and various and sundry little matters of inconveni ence on the part of the Tempe public, may now be regarded as a thing of the past. Though there are yet one or two cases In town, these families are under a strict quarantine and no further spread of the disease is anticipated. So sure are the city officials that the disease has been effectually stamped out, they have authorized the , an nouncement this morning: that the town ! is no longer under restrictions of any I kind. Church services and Sunday 'school services will be permitted as j usual today and both the public and training schools will open tomorrow 'morning. Both of these Institutions have now lost two weeks time and the teachers of the two schools request the announcement to parents that there is no danger whatever and they are urged to see that their children attend ! school in the morning. So much time 'has no".- bceh lost that It means a 'good deal of hard work to catch up and 'unless there is a good attendance of the pupils, the teachers and those pupils who do attend will be greatly handi capped. j 'Though the epidemic Is fully con .quered the officials for a short time, tvfll not relax their vigilance, but will keep a sharp look out for any future cases that might develop. This is not i in the least expected, but every possi ble precaution will be taken. During the two weeks that there has been no school, the buildings have been thor oughly fumigatd and the normal and high school buildings have undergone a similar course of treatment. "UNCLE JOSH PERKINS" The Attraction At the Goodwin Opera House Next Tuesday. There Is a peculiar charm about a rural play, when presented with fidel ity to nature; such a one Is "Uncle Josh Perkins," the realistic comedy drama, which will hold the boards at the Goodwin oyera house on Tuesday night for one night only. It is said to contain Just enough tragedy, with comedy elements cleverly interwoven, to attract and retain human interest and funny enough to extract hearty laughter from the most blase theater goer. It Is said to possess an atmosr phere as pure as the scent of new mown hay and tells a pretty love story, in a highly original manner; splendid stage settings depicting rural scenes of lifelike simplicity and well known landmarks of New York are used in the four acts of the play, which is given jest by the Introduction of splen did specialties thoroughly In harmony with the theme of the story throughout the various acts. This attraction promises to be an unusually able one, the statement being based upon rev ports from the press of other citios and theatrical managers In whose theaters it has appeared the present season. CHURCH NOTICE : Methodist Episcopal church. Wilbur Fjsk, pastor. Sunday school 10 a.m. FY H. Simmons, superintendent. Pub jlte worship at H a.m. and 7:30 p.m. jE'pwnrth League 6:45. A cordial invi tation is extended to the public to at tend these services. JThe new Popular restaurant, every thing new, clean, and neat. The best of service. Hat Pins made out of Real Roses 1 Real Rose Hat Pins It does rot rcm possible, yet it Is true, that these Hat Pins are eude out of live roersjnd chaofred inlo mrtal by a secret process. This discovery is without doubt one of the lost arts o( the ancient Egyptians. They are the most beautiful of all Hat Pirn. NotwoareaUke. Made In finishes to conform to f be prevailing Everybody is ulkinsrabout them. Doot fail to come in anj sect h-m. These are i theereatiin- DEH1JOTHE Raal FRANK LAMONT, Tempo. 1 1 KreW" S3-. Claims the Championship. Inanswer to the challenge and ac companylng articles published by the Phoenix High school In the Phoenix papers, the Normal track team desires to submit the following answer: We do not "claim a tie;" we claim the Arizona track championship for the following reasons: FIrst: The tot al score of the three meets of team v team. Is Normal 664. 40, 63H. or a total of 169. High echool, 61V4. 0, 544 or a total of 156. This makes a grand total of 160 to 156 In favor of the Nor mal. Second: Championships are al ways determined bi' the last meeting where a series of contests is no pre aranged,.e. g Nelson Is champion over Gans though previously defeated; the Chicago Cubs are the World's cham pion baseball team although previously defeated by the White Sox; the Phoe nix High won last year's track cham pionship though previously defeated by the Normal. In proof of the foregoing points we quote the bill advertising the Thanks giving meet which was written and published by the High school man agement: "Final meet for the Championship between Tempe Normal and Phoenix High School. The meet between those two teams Oct. Slst was won by Phoenix, after a close and exciting con testpoints stood 61H to 56H. The second meet, Nov.- 12th, resulted in a tie between these' two schools; points 40 to 40." The challenge of the High school for another meeting Is not accepted for the following reasons: First. The Thanksgiving meet was arranged and advertised as the Final Meet. Second. Weather conditions and other athletics interfere with training. Third. The sentiment of the" Normal team Is that ther do not care again to meet a team which harbors a Univer sity of Colorado champion, Stroud) nd a post graduate student, (Thomp son. As to the High school claim that they would have won with competent offi cials It may be said that they selected all of the officials including Prof. NeVl- son and Dr. Redewlll, two of the best posted men In the territory on track athletics. The officials were unani mous concerning Halm's foul. If hi8 Is a "habit of his" what was the proper score of the other meets? We appreciate the sportmanship and the ability of the High school team. This article includes all we have to say and is our final statement. CHARLES W. SWIGGETT, Manager T. N. S. JOHN R. DYKES, Captain. AT THE NORMAL Critics differ as to whether T. Francis Hughes is a lyric or dramatic tenor; probably on account of his clear ringing, jet round and full voice, wltn a range of three octaves, and sup ported by a very dramatic temperament which he has inherited from his Welsh ancestrv who were singers (some quite noted) 'as far back as they can be traced. His repertoire embraces all the standard oratorios, the best Ger man and Italian arias, Scotch, Irish and modern ballads. Mr. Hughes ap pears at the Normal auditorium next Friday evening at a concert given by the Arizona School of Music. THANKSGIVING BABY Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Schoushcn have received word of the birth of a nine pound son to their daughter, Mrs. Ivy Riirlescn on Thanksgiving day at May er. So overjoyed was the fond grand parent upon receipt or tne news mat he temporarily forgot all about his du ties as zaniero. but fortunately on ac count of the condition of the weather the past day or two, the ranchers will not suffer. NOTES AND PERSONAL8 The stove man Is in demand these days. M. C. Hill accompanied by Miss Edna Miller, left last evening for Addison, New York. . Rev. A. B. Tomlinson will preach at the Baptist church In Mesa this morn ing. The Thanksgiving dinner at the Olive was enjoyed by a large number of guests. Mrs. Chase, the proprietor out did her past efforts and those who par took of the sumptuous repast pro nounced It one of the best meals they had ever tasted. More rain fell yesterday morning and according to local authorities the end is not yet. . Mrs. Condor of Phoenix Is a guest at the Olive. Mrs. C. M. Wyncoop, wife of the former pastor of the M. E. church south has been spending a few days here with Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Cummins. She is spending a short time In this section visiting the different Indian reservations. Finch and Carr, undertakers and era balmera. Tempe, Phones, 111 Finch; and 179. Carr. Those ladies sweaters that we have been looking for have arrived and are dandles. HYDER BROS. I Mesa Department ,;;, ,, ,;,;, , I II i i li I 1 1 I 1 1 H' APPLES BROUGHT FROM PINE. John Leavitt and brother, George, arrived here during the latter part of the week with- two wagon loads of fine apples which were raised by ran chers in the vicinity of Pine, and dis posed of the fruit to merchants here, also the Mesa bakery purchasing a large portion of It. The apples were of the Wlnesap and Northern Spy va rieties. , o Phoenix Engraving Co, Phoenix. Ariz., Is now prepared to do all kinds of half tone and line engraving for magazines, books and Illustrations for advertising purposes. Maps, labels, bills and letter heads, also go out and make views of photograph objects to be engraved. This is something you need done here at home. The Phoenix Engraving Co. can do it. Call at 21 South 1st avenue up stairs room 1L H HMMIH I KM II 1 1 1 1 1 I THE CONFERENCES OF WARD OFFICERS Reports As to the Condition of the Church of Latter Day Saints. The" first session of the quarterjy conference of the Church of Latter Day Saints in Maricopa stake . was held yesterday morning in the Taber nacle. The reports of the conditions of the different offices of the church occupying the first part of the session. President LeSueur reported on the condition of the stake, which now con tains over 1700 members of the church. H. 8. Phelps made a statement of tho condition of the high council and high priest quorum, and T. E. Pomeroy or the quorum of the seventies. Bishop Horn reported for the Mesa ward -and Bishop Rogers for the Papago ward. The latter ward has made much ad vancement religiously. The address of the meeting was de livered by Elder McMurrin of Salt Lake City, the theme being the Spirit of God. In his remarks the speaker said: That we follow the things we love; that if we possessed the spirit we would be found working for it, and In being harmony with it; that the lack of Its possession was always evi denced by our works. The aiostIes after the savior had left them in bodily form never missed an opportunity to tell all whom they met -of the wonderful works and the mission and power of Christ. It Is In this relation that the Mor mon elders of this dar and age are constantly reminded of the prophet Joseph Smith. There is an erroneous impression held by many that because f thla h Ik tint before the savior. but this is not true. As Joseph Smith Is rated with the otner great propnets of tho Bible. WILL GO TO FARMING. Mr. and Mrs. Harry who were re cently married have rented the Brig ham Open8hawJarm located a short distance southwest of town and. moved their household goods out to their new home the latter part of the week. V FINE TIGER SKIN FROM SOUTH AMERICA. Jeff Duncan was around yesterday exhibiting a fine South American tiger skin which his brother D. A. Duncan who has been living in Quito, Ecu ador, brought here with him on his present visit. The body of the fur is a rich dark tawny color, and the spots which thickly cover It are al most a Jet black, tho whole making one of the finest furs ever seen here. MRS. WOODS OPERATED UPON. Yesterday morning a surgical oper ation we.s performed upon Mrs. Arthur Woods at her home In the Nephl dis trict west of town. Dr. J. B. Nelson performed the operation, assisted by Drs. Palmer and Drane. Mrs. Woods has been ailing for sometime, suffering from an abcess.. She is reported to be doing as well as could bo expected. MESA GETS FINE RAIN. For the past two days Mesa and vi cinity have Jteen favored with fine showers, which will prove very bene ficial at this season of the year. All of the farmers' who have been ap proat hed on the subject are unani mous in their expressions to the effect that the rain will result In great good to the crops and particularly the wheat and other grains which have recently been planted. Many of the farmers In this vicinity have finished the work of putting In their fall crops. while others are just In the .midst of their seeding. The indications are that Mesa will receive more rain before the weather clears. The showers have been very mild and accompanied 6y but lit tle wind, and the roads have been much benefitted by rain at this time. for those upon which the heavy freighting teams travel were getting very dusty and cut up. THE PICTURE SHOW LAST EVENING. The moving picture show which was given in the Mesa opera house last night was enjoyed by a good . audi ence. The machine was a new one, there being a noticeable lack of the flickering which usually accompanies the showing of the pictures. An en tirely new line of reels was given. Two Illustrated songs, entitled "High Old Time in Dixie" and "Are There Thorns in the Roses That You Wear?" were sung by Miss Vera Macdonald In here usually pleasing manner. This Is the first appearance of the Mainland picture show here and It is quite prob able that another show will be given on Monday night, December 1st. ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST. Nash Apery of the Cold Storage Meat Market is in receipt of a letter from Frank B. Ourley who is ill at the Sisters' hospital in Phoenix stat ing that he Is improving quite satsi- factory but it is still indefinite as to when he will be able to leave the hos pital. Walter Randall of Pine Is In the city having come here for the purpose of meeting Mrs. Randall who has been In Salt Lake City for several months as the guest of her ' parents. Her mother has been very 111 recently and Mrs. Randall lengthened her visit In order to be at her bedside. Mrs. Annie Kllneman who recently underwent an operation is reported as not being so well yesterday. Hugh Patton the progressive mer chant of San Tan was In Mesa yester day for the purpose of meeting a rriena. with whom he will return to the village. AI Hill and Alf Harm were both fined for disturbing the peace yester day by Judge Guthrie. Bishop and Mrs. Randall of Pine are n Mesa, the guests of friends. Dr. B. B. Moeur of Tempe was In Mesa yesterday on a medical errand. HH M II IH 1 1 1 1 H ' M . THE CITY COUNCIL AND THE WATER A Consideration of the Report of En gineer Cor'e. . The special meeting of the city council for the purpose of the listen ing to the decision of W. H. Code and for further considering the water works proposition was held in the town hall on Friday night. No de cision was arrived at In the matter of engineers, this matter being left over until the next regular meeting on the first Tuesday in December. Mayor Barnett stated that he had been confering with Engineer Reed, who has recently finished reinstalling the Phoenix water system, and that Mr. Reed would be in Mesa today for the purpose of going over both the ground and the proposed plans of the water sjstem for this place. Those who were at the testing of the new city well located in North park reported that the well furnished a flow, of 43 inches, and that this amount lowered the water level during the, pumping operations from thirty to sixty fett, as this was thought to be excessive, it was determined to have the well cleaned of the accumulation of sand which It Is thought has seeped through the perforators of which there , are nearly 40. One of the suggestions made by En- j gineer Oide in his report to the coun cil, was that of a cement tower, in the place of the proposed steel one. The former, Mr. Code said, he had ascer tained from a reliable source could be erected for the same cost as one con structed of steel. UNCLE JOSH PERKINS. Don't fail to see the street parade by the hayseed band that accompanies this fun creating aggregation. See I'ncle Josh at the County Fair. The Old Nev.- England home, the Husking Bee, the Country Dance and Josh In New York City, the Green Goods Game, and the Bowery at Night. The whole play presents a truthful and natural picture f rural life. It will be seen at the Vance Auditorium on Wednesday night, December 2nd, presented by a high class and thor oughly equipped company of twenty five people. The presentation is ac companied by a full operatic orchestra. 'H I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 !! 1 1 1 1 1 I I f TVTAN Y a friendly 'contest fAAt .,av-v Au its v jx vi LU v liiau YliU Wt-lib the right kind of clothes. HART SCHAFFNER & MARX make that kind of clothes; Schaffner & Marx clothes This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes THE TOGGERY : i m n n n i n i n H'H-H-i-H M"! II 1 1 t H IN t 1 1 1 ill I 1 H H GOLDEN RULE STABLES. Horses Bouaht and Sold. - i . New equipment throughout. I. . . n i . - w mums iu ku io nuoseveii, ana He will be found in front nf nl 1 1 I I I 1 1 H II It II 1 M I t I I H.f 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, $6.00. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. Candy, Candy, Candy, GO TO SMITH AND BELL FOR YOUR CANDIES, COOKIES AND EVERYTHING GOOD. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. HOLLIDAY GIFTS THE LATEST CONCEPTION OF ART AND USEFULNESS AT A7- P. HOLLADA Y'S Silver and Chinaware Free Trade $25.00 with us and get $2.50 worth of Silverware free, or Trade $25.00 and secure a 7-piece Dinner Set, free, or Trade $25.00, pay $2.00 and get a 42-piece Dinner Set. The Silverware is the best quadruple plates and the Chinaware of a good grade, beautifully decorated in a decalcomanian pattern. THE LESUEUR-GIBBONS CO. MESA - ....... ARIZONA. 1 1 h, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i n n i-1 Utz and Dunn's Fine Shoes i FOR We have Just received another consignment of this firm's fashlona- t ble Footwear for ladies. This lot includes all of the latest new de- T signs. ' " - - 4 signs. A. Hunsakers 1-Hr HI IIHHIllllllllll, A GOOD BUSINESS PROPOSITION. MESA LAUNDRY for sale. Including entire plant, buildings, machinery and ONE ACRE OF LAND, with estab lished business, paying from $175 to $200 per month. For a few days can be had for SIOOO Iesa than cost. Write us at once or call us up, and let us put you next. Money to loan plenty of it. Don't forget the "Vineyard Place." Pomeroy-Guliirie Realty Co. Oldest Realty Company in Mesa. P. O. Box 247. Phone 81. Mesa, Arizona. MESA HOTEL. European plan. Large, clean, airy xoms. Splendid dining room In con nection, under the direction of Mrs. A, W. Cornett. 1 V. GUTHRIE. Proprietor. JEWELRY. We have Just received a consign ment of Watches; besides all kinds handled. Particular attention paid to repairing. MESA JEWELRY STORE Free Press Building. Alhambra Hotel Finest of rooms. Stage leaves dally for Roosevelt and Globe. r I UNCLE JOSH PERKINS Vance A uditorium I TEDNESDAY, DEC. 2ND. 1 1 III! HI HI I Ml I III m II Largest Assortment J of Postal Cards in the city iGROVER' Si III 1 1 1 I' H It I II I I I 1 I 1 t I I 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 I Ml 1 1 1 1 I H4 for a social or business and we sell them. Hart are all wool and all right. I'll n i n i n n i n i n n n i nf I I I I 1 HI milllllllllU I 1 i Special attention given to parties X . ... . . 1 a norse at tne disposal of the pub- T lukan DANA, Proprietor. ,M--H-I ..H; 1 1 I 1 1 H m 1 1 1 1 1. ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i m m i ,fz LADIES. i !! I H 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 H inn I Hill I HilMIII f4