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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1909.
9 IS TEMPE DEPARTMENT Casa Loma Hotel TEMPE, Regular Meals : Board by the week .... Board by the month, , , . W. J. Kingsb VALENTINES! VALENTINES! Post Card Valentines. All kinds of the latest Novelty Valentines. Prices right at HARRIER'S. Phone 171. Tempe. 41 tun km t n i h i i ; 1 1 1 1 1 !' i I Stop and sec our front windows for the nicest line I of Valentines m town, I giving. LAIRD & DINES CORNER DRUG STORE. 4H"t' i.n..;..;..i..i..H"H"H"l-H"l"l"H"l"lCll"l '! M'M'l M"IM'M M'M'H'M-t- 1 1 1 11 I'M 11111 I M i l l M l 1 1 Ml Pacific Creamery Corapanytefflpe, Arizona 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 I 1 1 11 1 11 Mil MM 1 11 1. 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 U 1 I I I H'IH' ,i tmifn ,! i ni.i,,; Mini 1 1 1 1 HAMILTON BROWN SHOES A full line of Spring styles just received, in cluding the latest patterns in LADIES' OXFORDS. W. Lukin Cash Store-Tempe l 1 1 1 1 l 1 l 1 1 1 1 11 M HUM! M MEALS AT THE OLIVE. Rates: Per month S25.00 Per week S6.00 Per day S1.00 Per meal 35 VALENTINES. A complete assortment of comic and fancy. See our win- T dow display. GOODWIN NOVELTY STORE FINCH & CARR, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. Tempe, Ariz. Phones: 131, Finch; 179, Carr. For Bargains go to The Green Front Real Estate office. For ths finest ranches for sale under the Tempe canal and all kinds of city property. A. B. TOMLINSON, Real Estate Agent Notary. Tempe. WHICH SHALL n BET Having tried all other remedies, will you continue to suffer through false pride? Don't be foolish. Tte peated eye headaches sap one's vital ity and brings about a general nerv ous breakdown. Let me relieve your headaches by removing the cause. FRANK LAMONT, Graduate Optician I 1 11 111 11 I 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I'M"!' The Tempe Pool Room t HOWE CORSON, JR PROP, t A FINE LINE OF CIGARS AND TOBACCOES. I ! I' l ! ! 'I 'l -l-..i-i..l..l..a-. i..I 1 I M M POST CARDS Especially suitable for Lincoln's birthday, Washington's birthday and Valentine's day. At EASTERWOODS 11 MM 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 Mil Mil III WHY PAY RENTI I Have your own home. Interest 4- is cheaper. R. A. WINDES. Real Estate. Loans & Insurance. f T H 1 t 1 1 1 MM M I I I I 1 I I I M I MOVING PICTURES I I at X Goodwin's Opera House J TONIGHT. ARIZONA. S7.00 S25.00 ury, 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 n i n 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 i t' lhe kind that is worth 1 1 t 1 I I 1 1 II I f i 1 1 11 I I M M r x Home ';: Product jj 1 ! '1 ' ! H I "1 "1 Ml 1 1 1 1 I1 1 I 1 1 I' a H I 1 1 I W'WW 1"M"1 M M H- TEfiiPE TO BE CITY BEAUTIFUL Council Calls for Cement Walks and Other Improvements. . . At the regular meeting of the city council on Thursday night steps were taken to continue the good work of making Tempe the city beautifuLDur- ing the past six weeks 'work has been constantly in progress on the side walks along Mill avenue. Now comes another order to extend the good work east and west. A reasonable time Is given to construct cement walks on the north side of Seventh street from Mill to Maple, and on both sides of Seventh street east between Mill and Myrtle. The wasteway on Ash street is to be reconstructed and tiled from Eighth street to the river. An agreement was entered Into with D. M. Jones to put his machine for leveling and grading to work on Mill avenue and place this popular thoroughfare in prime condi tion. This action of the council meets with the approval of every citizen, as nothing Is more conducive to the beau ty of a city and hence to its realty values than improved streets and side walks. At this rate it will only be a short time until our principal streets are paved and graced with uniform sidewalks. Another important action of the'council was to receive the ap plication of the Chandler gas protect. It will be recalled that not long ago this matter was submitted to the peo ple for a vote and the franchise was defeated by a narrow vote. Its de feat was due to a misunderstanding of the provisions of the franchise, and it is believed that there will be no dif ficulty in the way of securing the franchise when submitted again, which will be done at an early date. FOR SALE. Olive Oil "Purity Brand," 20c, -40c and 80c the bottle; $3.00 per gallon. E. M. Messer Pickle Works. For Sale, cabbage plants. Clain. J. E. Mc- Brown and white Leg horns, Barred Plymouth Rocks, R. L Bed- and Black Minorca eggs for setting after Sept. 15. 11.60 for 15. C W. ALEXANDER, Calla Dale Poultry Farm, TEMPE. ART. WATCH THIS SPACE i for the next announce ment of a special sale. :: ARIZONA MERCAN- :: I TILE CO Tempe. Prop F. JV. Griffen, Manager TO BE HELD TODAY Ths Scholastic Championship of the Territory Will Be Decided on Home Courts. Yesterday's ball (tame was so satis factory to Normal rooters that the big tournament of today will not bring gloom to Normal athletes, whatever may be the result. However, no pains have been spared to prepare the teams for the contest of today. The four leading schools in the territory will compete with their best material. The university enters only in the gentle men's singles and doubles. The Indian school will participate in all the events, as will also the Normal. The Phoenix high school will enter gentlemen's singles and doubles the mixed doubles. There are the and two cups offered, one for gentlemen's sin gles, which. Is now held by the uni versity. A cup for gentlemen's dou bles, won last year by Ayer and Thom as of the Normal, is the coveted prize for which ail schools are putting for ward their best material. This is es pecially true of the university, for if they succeed in capturing the doubles this year the cup becomes theirs per manently In view of the terms of the donor, who stipulated that the team winning the cup three seasons should finally possess it. The games will be gin at 10 o'clock and will probably continue all the afternoon. There Is no admission' charged to these games and the public Is cordially Invited. WILL LOCATE. A. M. Krof yesterday purchased a I residence 101 in west lempe mrougii the agency of A. B. Tomlinson. Mr. Krof and wife came to Tempe about two months ago and secured tem porary quarters for a photograph gal lery. As business has surpassed their expectations, they have decided to lo cate permanently, and will build In the near future. VISITOR ILL. Mrs. L. H. Troyer. wife of Rev. L H. Troyer, who so delightfully enter tained an audience at the Baptist church on Wednesday evening by re counting his many experiences In the Porto RIcan missionary fields,, was taken with a critical Illness while at her rooms at the Casa Loma yester day and suffered for several hours. A sufficient relief was had by evening to permit the party to go to Tucson, where Rev. Troyer will lecture tonight. TO THE OPEN ROAD. A merry party of about thirty Nor mal girls, chaperoned by Mrs. Blakely, spent yesterday at the Hole In the Rock. Another party, constituting the Fifth and Sixth grade in the public school, hied for the hills near Hyro glyphic Springs. X A CLASS AFFAIR. The Junior class at the Normal held a banquet and dance at the Olive house on Thursday night. A most en joyable time is reported by those for tunate enough to be present. This Is the first of a series of class events of a social nature that Is usually given by Normal students In the last seme ster of the school year. ON A FURLOUGH. i Jack Campbell, who has been spend ing the winter in the Pacific branch of the National Home for Disabled Volunteers, arrived yesterday from Los Angeles for a two months' furlough. Jack's many friends here who admire him for what he is and what he has done will be grieved to learn that there is little evidence of Improvement in his case. He will give Arizona's balm another trial. ON A LARGER SCALE. Harry Sandoz left Thursday night for Los Angeles, where he will pur chase the most complete hay-baling outfit ever brought into this valley. Mr. Sandoz is an experienced man in this business, having for many years successfully engaged In the horse power press baling outfit. Now he feels the necessity for business on a Inrcrer scale and will Install an enelne which will operate two of the modern machines at one station. NORMAL WINS FROM MESA. The Normal ball team won a clean victory over the Mesa champions yes terday with a score of 2 to 1. It was one of the fastest games this season, but was witnessed by a small crowd. Ayer pitched for the Normal and Wil liams for Mesa, and" both were In good form. This Is the last game this month on the home diamond. GOBBLING MORE LAND THAN THERE IS Although Florida is the second lar gest state east of the Mississippi, more than one half its area is clas sified as swamp or overflowed land. In 1847 the Federal Congress granted to the state all the national lands within, its borders which were wholly or partly submerged, on condition that such areas should be drained and sold to settlers, the net proceeds after paying the cost of reclamation to be given to the state school funds. By (lie terms of this grant Florida received twenty million acres, more than one half its total area, and in 1855 the state legislature vested the control of these lands In the board of trustees of the Internal Improve ment Fund. In 1905 the state owned less than three million acres of this-vast grant. Seventeen million acres of swamp and overflowed land had been given away to railroads, canal and develop ment corporations by one large-heart ed legislature after another. If cor porations have no souls, neither have they a sense of humor, for in this Instance they set up claims to seven million acres more which they said had been promised them, or four mil lion acres more than there was left to be handed over to them! "From Deck Hand to Governor," in the February Everybody's This Recipe Relieves and Any one Can Mix It Acts Promptly On the Kid neys and Bladder and Said i to Cure Such Afflictions. Cut this out and put In some safe place, for it Is valuable and worth more than anything else in the world if you should have an attack of rheu matism or bladder trouble or any de rangement of the kidneys whatever. The prescription is simple and can be made up by anyone at home. The ingredients can be had at any good prescription pharmacy and all that Is nesessary Is to shake them well in a bottle. Here It Is: Fluid extract dandelion, one-half ounce; compound Kargon, one ounce; compound syrup of sarsa parllla, three ounces. Take a teaspconful after each meal and at bedtime. A few doses is said to relieve almost any case of bladder trouble, frequent urination, pain and scalding, weakness and backache, pain above the kidneys, etc. It is now claimed to b the method of curing chronic rheumatism, because of its di rect and positive action upon the elim inativc tissues of the kidneys. It gives them life and power to sift and strain ! the poisonous waste matter and uric acid from the blood, relieving the worst forms of Rheumatism and kid ney and bladder troubles. The extract dandelion acts upon the stomach and liver and Is used also extensively for relieving constipation and indigestion. Compound sarsaparllla cleans and en rlcnes the blood. There is nothing bet ter than Kargon Compound for the kidneys. This prescription Is safe to use at any time. Liiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiniiiimimimiiiimiji MESA DEPARTMENT f 'Uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisii THE PICTURE SHOW TONIGHT The program of the moving pic ture show to be given at the Mesa Opera House this evening will in clude several fine films, two illus trated songs will be given also, then will be two' performances the regular prices of 10 cents and 15 cents for admission will be charged. ON TRIP TO PARKER DISTRICT J. S. Maddox father of Rev. C. Sidney Maddox who recently came to Mesa from the sunny south with his family, left yesterday morning for the Parker district, where he will spend some time looking the country over, Mr, ,.Maddoxspent some time in this section last summer on a vis it to his son and Weomlng acquaint ed with conditions and the country In general, he is greatly pleased with all he has sef i this far and intends' to locate in th Salt River valley. SERVED QUARTERLY TEA The members of the Woman's Home Missionary Society held a mose in teresting session yesterday afternoon : at the borne of Mrs. G. L Hutchin- i son on North Center street, where there was a good attendance of the members, as well as several friends ' of the work. After the routine busi ness of the society, had been trans- acted, the; regular quarterly tea was served arid niclil time spent by the ladies. uuin ur i-i i i Lt out i The sorrowing parents have the : tender sympathy of the comunity In their sad bereavement. I LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY OBSERVED The one hundreth birthday anni versary of the martyred President Abraham Lincoln's birthday was ob served In Mesa yesterday, although there was no public demonstration of any kind. The local post office ob served Sunday hours and both of the banks were closed during the entire day. Several of the leading business houses remained open until noon, and both the teachers and pu pils of the local schools enjoyed a days holiday. , "WHY GIRLS LEAVE HOME." The presentation of this stirring life drama at the Mesa Opera House I by one of the E. J. Carpenter Com-(i panics was well received the seating capacity of the hall being nearly all taken. The play force fully Illus trated the many pitfalls and snares that are laid to trap young woman hood In this as well as other coun tries. Three Times a Day . . " ..... Ss 8 gentle, non-intoxicating, tonic medicine, every tired woman should lake a spoonful of Cardui, three times, a day. Cardui will help you to get back your strength, by increasing your appetite, toning up your nerves, regulating the proper work ing of your womanly organs, and building up the natural, resisting power of your tissues, against fatigue and disease. - .:. The details of how it does this, it is not necessary to explain. The thing to remember is, that it obtains its results, by acting upon the female constitution, being a medicine for women and not 2 11 Qi RflESA DEPARTMENT THE DEDICATION OF THE HIGH SCHOOL Worksmen employetf on the new I'nlon High School building are rushing the ' unfinished - departments to completion. - Monday- February 2 has been set for dedication day, when exercises appropriate to the occasion will be given including flag raising ceremonies. . The building will ' be ready to He formally turned over to the Board on March 1st, many of the rooms are so nearly finished that a good Idea can be gotten of what they wili be like when completed. The class rooms have received due consideration as to convenience, per fect light and ventilation and the classes can be arranged so as to be near the reference rooms. The general asembly room is ample in size for all purposes, and Is provided with a stage and settings for en tertainments. The chemical, lecture, and physics rooms are all In the top floor of the building and their ar rangement and equipment are all of the latest. Along both sides of the Immense hall are aranged individual lockers for the use of students. In the basement will be placed a gym naseum, and the heating apparatus. The general impression received Is the completeness with which the de tails have been carried out in every department of the building. No better system of heating and ventilation is known to modern build ers than the methods used here. This Is also true as regards sanita tion. The grounds will be laid off for tennis, basket-ball, and base ball. Lost, on Thursday evening, on Tempe road, somewhere between Mesa and Tempe, a brown fur boa. Suitable reward if returned to W. H. Hogle, Mesa. RACES ON 22ND. A race is slated for Monday the 22nd which Is arousing a great deal of interest In local racing circles. It is to be between. "King" belonging to H. Crismon and ."Sally Goodwin," and is to be run for a purse of $100. The animals are very evenly match ed and a close and interesting race is looked for. Others are being booked. NEW FIRM GETTING READY TO OPEN The new firm of Bates and Shap ley which will shortly open a gents and ladies furnishing store in the new Mahoney building on MacDonald street are getting everything in readiness to have their opening about Thursday, Feb. 25th, at which time they hope to have most of their new goods ready for display. Yesterday morning the windows of the place of business were being painted with the new firm's name which is "The Pop ular." DEATH OF LITTLE BOY On Thursday evening the little son of Mr. and Mrs. George MacDonald passed away at the home of Its par ents on Second street from convul tlcns. The little fellow contracted a deep cold several days ago, and this mal ady later developed into spinal menl gites, from which he survived only a short time. The child was a very bright and attractive little boy of one year and his sudden -death is a severe blow to his parents. This is partlcluarly sad because of their having lost a small child about two years since which suffered from a somewhat similar malady. The' funeral was held from the house at 10 o'clock this morning. Bishop iiorne presiding over the sad rites. The services were attended by many friends of the family. The remains were laid to rest in the Mesa cemetary. THE CHURCHES TOMORROW Methodist- Episcopal Sunday school 10-00 A. M. morning service 11-00 A. M. Epworth League at 7.00 P. M. and evening services at 7:45 P. M. Rev Hawley Pastor. Baptist Sunday school at 10-00 A. M. preaching at 11-00 young people's meeting at 7:00 Evening worship 7:45. Tlev Sidney Maddox Pastor. Church of Latter Day Souls: At the Tabernacle, Quorum of the sev enty, Bible Study at 10:00 A. M. Preaching at 2 o'clock in the after noon Sabbath School at 10.00 A. M. In Amusement Hall, and M. J. A. at 7: o'clock -P. M. at the same place. Don't - ilTiitifiari ) linT it .iC WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENING. We will soon move into our new quarters with a full and complete line of goods for Men, Women, Misses and Children. Watch this space for further announcement. THE TOGGERY. Mesa, Arizona. jil I 111 HIM MM I 1 1 1 1 1 II t VALENTINES The Prettiest in Town. MESA BAKERY CASH STORE. Horn & Peterson. H-K-M-H 1 1 MM'M"t'M'M"I"H'M - THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. rill take you through to Roosevelt from Mesa In ten hours. One ef the most scenic stage routes In America. Five relays. Phone us for Information. Fare, $6.00. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ? ' " Should be filled with Fresh Drugs, carefully Compounded by a compe- X tent Druggist. These you are assured of in trading at ? :: HOLLADAYS' PHARMACY MESA. ARIZ. M-M-M-K-H-H--H-W-H-M"H REMNANTS! REMNANTS! Our recent successful sale has left lots of them. LESUEUR-GIBBONS CO. -H4HWHW4-WH' .H"MH.MnHH' H-H-Kr -4-K-K-K-K- JUST RECEIVED We have just received an entirely new. line of Ladies' Footwear, which includes all the new and nobby designs. THE TEMPE CONTEST FOR DEFOREST MEDAL In Which the Mesa Contestants Vied With each Other The Demorest Medal contest, under the auspices of the local W. C. T. V. which was held in Tempe on Thurs day evening was participated in by only three of the former contestants. Miss Martha Longmore, being unable to be p.esent on account of illness. However, an Interesting program was rendered. Including several musical numbers. The Misses Mumford gave two instrumental numbers which were well rendered and several solos were given at Intervals during the rendition of the evening's program, by young ladies of the neighboring towns. The three contestants, Esther Philps, Arizona Johnson, and Helen Mumford delivered their recitations In a most pleasing manner, and it is understood that the markings of the Judges were very close as regards the final decision, Esther Philps was awarded the silver med.al she chose as the subject of her declamation, "College Oil Cans,' Miss Phelps was splendid in her delivery and showed excellent training both Miss Johnson and Miss Mumford were much ap plauded. Mrs. Will Longmoor, who is local superintendant of this department of V. C. T. U. work in this city, and who had charge of all of the arrange ments for the entertainment last Thursday night and a great deal of praise Is due her for her untiring efforts to make It a success. It is understood that another contest is being aranged by the local W. C. T. V. and which will occur some time during the coming month. WILL BE MARRIED MONDAY It Is understood that Miss Charlotte Simpkins will be married to Sylvester Nelson in Lehl on Monday. The young people are well and favorably known both in Lehi and Mesa. The bride to be is a daughter of H. Simp- kins, and the groom is the son of Wm. Nelson. For by any manner of means for men. Take Cardui then, ladies, for it helped a million others, in the past get 8 Mrs. Fannie Ellis, of Foster, 'Art, writes: "I was sick for seven (7) years, with female trouble. Every month, I would very neirly die, with my head and back. Ilalf the time, I could not stand on my feet, without great pain. I took 12 bottles of Cardui and wa3 cured, fat, healthy and stout. Cardui is a God-send to suffering women." Try it Sold everywhere. Lri)-i 'Hiiii niintn MM Q W H. Hocle. Manager MM .MM.... I Ill I 1 1 1 1 1 HM . H.jfl H M' IM-" W-H-WK-S-K i H- H ! I 1 11 M" H"l' M'M"H"I H- A. HUNSAKER J the EDISON PHONOGRAPH 200 Spanish and American Records. Q. L. YOUNG'S MESA JEWELRY STORE. MESA HOTEL. European plan. Large, clean, airy ooms. Splendid dining room In con nection, under the direction of Mrs. ' A. W. Cornett. ! U V. GUTHRIE. Proorieter. St. Valentine's T)anre Saturday Evening i at I Vance Auditorium J A M H 1 I H I I I 1 M 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 M- if A I CRITIkCO 1 14. rnkbiii fv&o at ; : GROVER'S PLACE. Mi'H ti mill VALENTDTES. Onlv one (lav left. MESA BAKERY CASH STORE. Peterson & Horn. ST. VALENTINE'S DANCE. This evening a St. Valentine-s day dance will be given in the Vance Auditorium, good music will be fur nished and all are urged to be pres ent "L'obby," said the teacher to a small rupil, "what is the hardest stoiie ever discovered ?" "I dont know,' replied Bobby. "Can't you think T queried the teach er. "Yes, ma'am." answered the little fellow, "but I cant think hard enough." will surely help you, as it has 50 years.