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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1909.
Y"EMPE HE PAR TMEN Casa Loma Hotel TEMPE, ARIZONA. Regular Meals 3o Board by the week S7.00 Board by the month 25. OO W. J. Kingsbury, Prop. VALENTINES! VALENTINES! Post Card Valentines. All kinds of the latest Novcltv Valentines. Prices right at HARMER'S. Phone 171. Tempe. Qlllll H litlll W'H"W-HuHl I IIH"H illllllllll IH-t-fr ; ; Stop and See our front windows for the nicest line ;: of Valentines in town. The kind that is worth ; ; giving. LAIRD & DINES CORNER DRUG STORE. HlllHiMMlllllllllllllilCllIHllM I'M 1 Mi I I 1 111 1 t I i i i i u 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 i i i 1 1 1 hi u Home Milk- -jff Product f Pacific Creamery Company Tempe, Arizona n 1 1 1 1 m-m 1 1 ii ; i ; 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ;i : 1 1 i : 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; i ! ! . ,; i ,yi H"H"H t i 'H ! I ! I1 ! HAMILTON BROWN SHOES A full line of Spring eluding the latest patterns W. Lukin Cash niiii' in 1 1 1 n h i t 1 1 i'WH i 1 MEALS AT THE OLIVE. Rate: 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 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 the finest ranches for sale under the Tempe canal and all kinds of city property, A. B. TOMLINSON, Real Estate Agent Notary. Tempe. WHICH SHALL PI BE? Having tried all other remedies, will you continue to suffer through false pride? Don't be foolish. Re 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 !! 1 I I I ! I 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 H t I I 1 M' :: The Tempe Pool Room J HOWE CORSON, JR, prop. ;; f A FINE LINE OF CIGARS f AND TOBACCOES. 41 .;.H I I Ml 1 I I Hit : 1 ! 1 I lit' POST CARDS Especially suitable for Lincoln's birthday, Washington's birthday and Valentine's day. At EASTERWOODS I 1 I HI 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 11 1 I I 1 I I 1 I I 1' 1 WHY PAY RENT7 5 " 1 T . . I is cheaper. -R. A. WINDES. Real Estate. Loans & Insurance, KIHUH'I'lllll '1"I"I 1 1 1 1 I '''- MOVING PICTURES -at- Goodwin's Opera House x TONIGHT. H-h-:-h. '! i fr-H1 r 'M' 'X-H-K-M-H- 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; m n 1 1 1 1 n i ii H"H' MI! .M'i-H--M"M-1"l"H"M"M'.i. styles just received, in- t 3. in LADIES' OXFORDS. I Store-Tempe 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 i i i i i i m 1 1 1 1 ; ! y COLLECTOR'S WARNING TO THE DELINQUENTS City Taxes Will Next Tuesday. Be Past Due After Marshal Brown calls attention to the fact that on and after the ISth of this month city taxes will be delin quent. To this date only about a third of the total amount has been collected, which, the marshal savs. Ls a little slow. I'sually by this time a larger portion of the tax than this has been collected. HIGH SCHOOL SOCIAL EVENT. About fifty young people of the High school made merry on Friday night at the ilive hotel in celebration of the victory of the ball team over the local team in a game played on that day. The High school has some promising athletic material, and the support of the entire student body In anything that tends to increase the individuality of the achooHs a-parent and commen dable. A NEW PASTOR. The Congregationalists are rejoicing over securing the ministry of Rev. Mr. Clark of Indiana, who for a short time has been located at Jerome. This con gregation has been without a pastor alnce last .Time, when Rev. Bolger was compelled to resign on account of 111 health. Rev. Clark preached .here about three weeks ago and was so well liked that a successful effort has been made to secure him for the coming year. Prof. J. L. Johnson has been secured as musical director and will conduct the musical program today. FOR SALE. Olive Oil 'Purity Brand." 20c, 40c and 8'ic the bottle; $3.00 per gallon. E. M. Messer Pickle Works. For Sale, cabbage plants. J. E. Mc Clain. Brown and white Leg horns, Barred Plymouth ocks, R. L Bed and Black Minorca, egga for 'siM'ljP 'ettlng afte A-Jif U.60 for 15. ir! c W. AL after Sept. 15. ALEXANDER, 'Sinters Calla uaie poultry Farm, I tMrt. Anl. T WATCH THIS SPACE I i" xi. i. ior iuu next auuouuL'tj- a ment of a special sale. X ARIZONA MERCAN- t TILE CO. Tempe. H"HMH"H"8"H"S"K i I' fr-H-H-H-fr T F. W. Griffen, Manager FORMER TEMPEANS ARE MAKING GOOD They Now Constitute the Titus Realty Company of Oakland. A recent special edition of an Oak land, Calif., paper contains the follow ing, which will be of interest to Tempe people by reason of the fact that W. A. B. and F. F. Titus, forming the Titus Realty Company, were former valley residents: In this "Athens of America," among the most enterprising firms is the Titus Realty Company, with offices in the main corridor of the Albany block, at 1256 Broadway. This firm came here from San Francisco less than three years ago and has during that time seen the permanent population of "Greater Oakland" doubled. Notwith standing the financial depression and the return to San Francisco of those who came here temporarily. Greater Oakland now boasts of nearly half a million souls. The Titus Realty Com pany Is now devoting much time and energy to the projected building of the Bankers' hotel, which bids fair to equal the finest buildings on Pacific coast. F. F. Titus ls also personally one of the most active In the promoting of the great Auditorium building, which Is to be built in the huart of this "Athens of America," a building most essential to the advancement of our beautiful city. Besides its interests in Oakland and Alameda county, the Ti tus Realty Company owns property in the counties of San Joaiuin, Sonoma, Mendocino and Del Norte, aggregating several thousand acres. They are, therefore, prepared to sell timber lands of redwood, sugar pine or fir. and stock ranches and irrigated alfalfa farms or vineyards of almost any de scription. The firm does an extensive brokerage and real estate business In Oakland and its suburbs. City lots from $1,000 a foot down to $10 a foot, and country property at prices as low as $5 per acre, are bting offered by the hustling firm, the Titus Realty Company. The officers of this com pany are wide awake, up-to-date, pro gressive business men, and are always among the first to help promote our city. VISITORS ENTERTAINED. The tennis dance, given In honor of the participants in yesterday's tour nament, was held in the Normal dining hall last night. A BUSINESS CHANGE. Fred Rclkoff has purchased the shop formerly owned by William Egg bert and will conduct a first-class shoe shop there. Mr. Eggbert has not yet determined what he shall do, but will likely remain In Tempe. FINE RAIN FALLS. The ranchers from over the valley reported a fine general rain on Fridav night. This rain will supply a need that has been felt amng stockmen, and the desert range will be greatly benefitted. WILL BUILD BUSINESS HOUSE. J. F. Haigler yesterday purchased a business lot from Dr. Alexander and will build a business house on it In the near future. The lot is on Mill avenue between Sixth and Seventh streets, lying adjacent to the Ryder hardware store. OF PERSONAL INTEREST. Dr. F. (. Ric hmond and a party of friends returned from Roosevelt yes terday and stopped in Tempe. Horace Griffin and Carl Chase went to Granite Reef yesterday. Hatcher, Salazar. Hart and Harri son, university students, are registered at the Casa Loma today. Colonel Battelle and son of Colum bus. Ohio, are in Tempe as guests of Miss Marjorlo and Miss Mary Leavll Miss Iril Hughes has returned from a visit with relatives in Phoenix. Prof. Waido is confined to his room at the dormitory with a severe cold. Joe Fink and wife of Phoenix were visitors here on business yesterday. Charlie Sturgeon has returned from a trip to Casa Grande. Al Bell, who is sick at the home of Mrs. E. E. Sturgeon, is much im proved. Mr. Turner of the blue grass state is the guest of Colonel Ridler in Farm er's addition. C. M. Mullen and family and Mrs. A. M. Harmer are spending Sunday with W. J. Bowen and family of Mesa. GUILD ENTERTAINMENT. Mrs. H. G. Carson entertained thf Episcopal Guild and its friends in a most delightful manner Thursday aft ernoon. Mrs. Carson Is the possessor of a unique and beautiful collection o: antiques, dating from Queen Eliza beth's time, which she kindly displayed for the benefit of her guests. An amusing ancient history contest fur nished much mirth. Dainty tea ant" wafers were served and after a most delightful afternoon the guild ad journed to meet with Mrs. Fenway Jones on February 25. o .1,1,II.,ii.,.,.,il,;,.i,.i,,.1;1;,liii;.. SCOTTSDALE. K !'! -t -t -I-1 -1 I 1'I W I' t i l l 1 I I I t I Scottsdale, Ariz.. Feb. 12. Chap lain Scott is out of the dairy- business. He sold 80 head of cattlf and six head of horses at public auc tion. While the price received foi noma individuals was much lower than their real value, yet on th- whole he was well pleased with tlx prices. He got more than he ex pected and two-thirds of the whoir amount was paid cash down. Mrs. Kimsey has been ill at hei home for several days. Mr. Graves is developing Into n poultry man with unexpected rapid ity. He put a few eggs two hun dred or so into an Incubator to try his luck and in due time he flshec1 170 chicks out of the machine. He ii proud as a peacoc.t and Mrs. Graves says he wouldn't trade chicks for diamonds. Mrs. Francis Frazler, who was on the sick list, is out again. Miss Ethel Hayden has chickenpox and though she Isn't very sick she does not seem to enjoy it very 'much. Mrs. T. H. Caldwell has been a lit tle under the weather for a few days. Hayden and Brown moved about 100 head more steers to the southslde this week. They crossed the river near Lehl. The school pupils had a valentine post office Thursday eve. They took advantage of Lincoln's birthday to have a day off from school and Miss Swain entertained the pupils at her rooms, in the Graves home, Friday. We are indebted to Mr. McDuffee for some green peas and to Mrs. Trumbull for some beets. Mr. McClure has filed on the Free man homestead forty and will try to make his home there. Mr. Miller purchased a team for use on his ranch here. He Is having the brush cleared off of the lower side of his place and Is clearing up the road 'in front of his property. o FAS.HION AND FAT. Isn't It fortunate that when fashion demands slender gracefulness of wo men who have to break corset laces to make themselves even presentable that science steps in and makes their task easy? For dieting and pxercislng It has substituted a pleasant wholesome mix ture that can be obtained at small cost from any druggist, viz: ounce Mar mola, ounce Fluid Extract Cascara Aromatic, and Zhi ounces Peppermint Water. One teaspoonful of this mixture aft er meals and at bedtime will take off four to seven pounds of fat a week without causing wrinkles, interfering with the diet, or distressing the stom ach in the slightest. o INTERNATIONAL MEETING. United Statea Representatives Have Been Announced. Washington, D. C, Feb. 12. The names of the commissioners to repre sent the United States, Canada and Mexico at the conference on the con vention for the natural resources of North America, which meets here next Thursday, were announced at the White House today. The United States will be represent ed by Secretary of State Bacon. Secre tary of the Interior Garfield and Glf ford Pinchot. Cheaper Paper Coming. Can serviceable paper be made from the now-wasted stalks of the cotton plant? Can a marketable article be produced, at profit considerable enough to invite the manufacturer, from a raw material that heretofore has been a sourc only of cost and trouble? Can the annual value of the cotton crop of the country placed at $640,311,538 in 1907. and supplying two-thirds of the world's cotton be materially increas ed, not by farther outlay on the part of the grower, but by using the rough stalks, till now got rid of at a direct cost of not a little money and an Indi rect expense In time and labor? Since 1908 came in these questions have ail been answered in the affirma tive by W. H. ("roll, now of Atlanta, Oa, but for many years closely Identi fied with the paper industry' of Indi ana. The gist of the statements which he declares he Is now intensified In making (for he has busied himself for some time working at the experiments and perfecting the methods which at last have led to his invention) Is, that from the cotton stalk may be made wrapping paper and book paper of gen uine worth. It has long been known that all woody fibre is essentially alike, and all of it serviceable, in varying, degrees, for paper manufacture. One form has been prferred to another only because its reduction and treatment was more convenient or less expensive. In spite of any such Invention as Mr. Croll an nounces, is of real news value to the world of industry if the final tests of it, now about to be made on a large scale, demonstrates that he has pro ceeded beyond bere laboratory trials Into methods of practical commercial value. It would not be easy to mag nify the Importance of any discover)' by which any huge waste Is turned Into a by-product yearly representing hun dreds of thousands of dollars value. From "Cotton and Corn to Solve Our Paper Problem," in Technical World Magazine for February'- VvV POSITIVE .NCGATIV M IP ELECTROPODES cure where i a Vw w DRUGS FAIL S Rheumatism 1 F I Neuralgia Electropodes sell at $1.00 a pair and B Headache your druggist will give you a written con- m& 1 . tract, guaranteeing to refund the pur- T A 1 neocacne chase price after 30 days trial, if a cure y . SleepleMneu is not effected. 1 n jS Lumbago Lb BBanJ IB yi STOMACH, LIVER AND KIDNEY TROUBLES, T I CURED-OR MONEY REFUNDED. Electropodes are metal Insoles, worn In the heels of the U M shoes. One ls a "negative"and one a "positive" plate. The body mj 11 becomes the battery the nerves the connecting wires feeding fJ the blood and tissues of the body a soothing flow of electricity, Wi which builds up the entire syBtem. m J Ask your druggist about "Electropodes" and If he cannot sup- t ' ply them, get him to order a pair for you from the WESTERN WHOLESALE DRUG CO. I M Pacific Coast Distributors, Los Angeles, Cal. ff my! ftflESA DEPARTMENT OH. GJ. DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINER Lincoln's Birthday Ball a Most Enjoy able Function. Company D proved itself a delight ful entertainer on Friday night, when its members acted in the capacity of hosts at the military ball given In honor of Lincoln's birthday, at the Mesa opera house. The rain kept many from attending who had planned to go, but there was a large, number present when Trumbeter Carney blew "Assem bly," which signaled the beginning of the "grand march," The hall was decorated in the na tional colors, and1 a bivouac scene was represented on the stage by the plac ing of shelter tents, stands of arms and the company guidon. Here, later In the evening, the assembled guests partook of hot coffee and sandwiches, being brought offether by "mess call," blown on the bugle by the regimental trumpeter. Once again during the evening its notes were brought into play for the sounding of "taps" imme diately after the last strains of the waltz, "Home, Sweet Home." The whole affair showed careful planning, and everything was executed without a hitch. A great deal of credit Is due those who had charge of the arrangements, and general comment yesterday was that the ball given by the boys of Comiany D was one of the most enjoyable social event of the season. TO ESTABLISH NEW DAIRY HERE. N. H. Scott of this city has recently purchased a ranch east of town and has stocked it with a fine herd of thor oughbred milk cows. It is Mr. Scott's intention to run a dairy and just as soon as he can get things in working order will establlshe a milk route. The new dairy will be conducted by up-to-date methods and the patrons will re ceive the best service. GOOD TEMPLARS HAVE SOCIAL EVENING. Last Friday evening Graham lodge of Good Templars of this city held a meeting in K. of P. hall. There was a splendid attendance and after the bus iness or the evening was disposed of light refreshments were served and all united In making the social part a suc cess. The membership of the order is steadily Increasing and all who have affiliated with it are manifesting a great, deal of Interest in temperance work. POSTPONEMENT OF MEETING. A special meeting of the chamber of commerce of this city was called for Friday evening, but owing to the threatening weather It was postponed until some evening the coming week. It is undrstood that there are a num ber of important matters to come be fore this organization at that session. LOOKING AFTER MINING" IN TERESTS. Chester W. Conger left this week for Sonora, Mexico, where he will spend several days looking after mining property in which he is interested. Lost, on Thursday evening, on Tempe road, somewhere letween Mesa and Tempe, a brown fur boa. Suitable reward if returned to W. H. Hogle, Mesa. ' METHODIST CHURCH. Regular services of the Sabbath day today. The morning subject will be ::Lincoln, the Man" an appreciation of the First American simply as a man. The evening subject will be "Premature Election" a study in do ing things at the right time and plac. The pastor will be in his pulpit again, and will be glad to welcome you. A- L. HAWLET, Minister. SPENT DAY AT GRANITE REEF. Yesterday morning W. C. Pace, ac companied by his family, arrived here on the early train and, securing a liv ery outfit here, drove to Granite Reef, whre they spent a pleasant day look ing over the immense government works at that point. Mr. Pace ls a member of the legislative assembly from Graham county and took advan tage of this opportunity to see the big darn at the Reef. RECITAL TO BE GIVEN HERE. A musical recital will be given jn the Mesa opera house Thursday even ing, February 18, under the direction of the Arizona School of Music. J. Homer Grunn and Prof. Stuehal will be two of the leading artists. Prof. Grunn, it will be remembered, gave a piano recital here not quite a year ago when he made a favorable impression, and It is needless to say that his re turn will find new rdmirers of his technique and execution. Prof. Stuehal is no less noted in his line of work and has appeared In recital work In several of the largest cities, of the country. Besides the ebove mentioned, there will be other numbers on the program by members of the school and, taken as a whole, the entertainment promises to be most enjoyable. Tickets will be on sale at Holladay's. S. S. PUPILS ENJOYING PICNIC. Two of the classes of the Sabbath school of the Methodist Episcopal church here were treated to an old fashioned picnic yesterday when the teachers, Mrs. R. S. Longmoor and Otis Norton, took th young folks to Tempe Butte for a day's outing. The party left the city early yesterday morning prepared to get as much pleasure out of the outing as possible. Well filled picnic baskets formed one of the most pleasant and necessary features of the occasion- Games and Jifferent amusements ; were provided for tho entertainment of the children, and at the noon hour luncheon was served on a beautiful grassy plot. When the hour for the . homeward trip arrived it was a tired but happy- crowd that climbed Into the carriages. The day was an idea! one f-jr such a pleasure trip and th-3 rain which fell the evening before was Just sufficient to lay the dust. Besides the teachers and scholars, Mrs. F. P. Drew was a member of the party. GAVE DANCE FOR CHILDREN. The little folks of the primary de partment of the Church of Latter Day- Saints were the recipients of a pleas ant dancing parly yesterday afternoon, the entertah.ment taking place In Amusement hall. A pnstoffice was ar ranged In the room and each little tot present received a Valentine, and other arrangements were provided for the guests. The dance was givea un ier the auspices of the primary associa tion of the Church of the Latter Day- Saints. ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST. fiu Martha Lonitmoor has been 111 for elvers! davs at the home of her sister, Mrs. F. W. Cerney. Miss Long moor Is one of the students at the Mesa high a-hool. i .T Patterson of Pine was m the Gem City yesterday and visited friends Iuk Tho i.pntleman has been in the Capitol City for several days attending to business matters and stopped in Mesa en route home. Rev. A. L. Hawley and daughter. Miss Minal were passengers to the capltol city yesterday- afternoon. Dale Gleason is In Mesa again after n veer's absence, which time he has spent in New Orleans. Mr. Gleason ; was -pleased to see everything in this section in such a prosperous condition and Is glad to be here once more. L. Fuller of Pine was in the city yesterday buying provisions and other npcpaslties for his ranch. He was ac companied by John Leavitt, also of that place. Yesterday morning the mill team was stalled on Main street and was assisted by a passing outfit. The rain of the previous evening made the bridge so slippery that it was difficult for the horses to pull their load over It. 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. 1' 11 1 "I "1 1111 II' 1' MM..M..t..M"M" i VALENTINES The Prettiest in Town. MESA BAKERY CASH STORE. Horn & Peterson. H,lt,l,,M,it,,lliH.iH mil 1 lit THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. will take you through to Roosevelt from Mesa in ten hours. One af the most scenic stage routes In America. Five relays. Phone oa for Information. Fare. $8.04. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. -:..H.4.'MnH..M,,i' frM"K"M"l"M"H ! YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS Should be filled with Fresh Drugs, carefully Compounded by a compe tent Druggist. These you are assured of In trading at HOLLADAYS' PHARMACY MESA, ARIZ. HWM I H"H' l H"H'4"H"M-r-fr- fr.M,,H.,H,,HM.,KHM..;,,iMi, ! 1 1 I I REMNANTS! REMNANTS! Our recent successful sale has left lots of them. : LESUEUR-GIBBONS CO. ';..;..' ,;, .;, ,. ...;. i i .m. ii 'H-fr W JUST RECEIVED We have just received an entirely new line of Ladies' Footwear, T which Includes ail the new and W H. Hogle, Manager ISA IS TO HAVE SEPARATE TOLL LINE Some Telephone Improvements Which Have Been Decided Upon. Mesa ls to have a separate toll line to Phoenfx. This ls the decreed of C. W. Hinchcllffe, manager of the Consolidated Telephone company, who spent a greater part of Friday here, going over the situation with A. Frame, the local manager. With Mr. Hinchcllffe came an ex pert switchboard man from Tucson, who is to figure the needs of the sys tem here. A helper for Mr. Frame will assist In making the necessary re pairs and changes. Miss Irene Helman has been brought here from Phoenix to operate the switchboard during the day and an other operator will be put on at night, giving an all-night service. Besides the general directory, which Includes all of the users in the valley, one contain ing only the Mesa subscribers Is being printed and will be Issued some time this week. The entire local system Is being overhauled with a view to making the service more efficient. A BABY GIRL. Yesterday morning a fine baby girl was born to Mr. arxl Mrs. Ralph Shill. who are residents of the Lehi district. Both the mother and child are doing well. The stork has paid a number of visits to that vicinity recently. MESA GETS GOOD RAIN. "n Friday evening last the farmers and gardeners In this section were gratified at the fine rain which fell in this section. During the night there was another copious downpour. This will do the beet plants inestimable good just at this time, and the Indi cations are that there Is still more to follow. EDISON PHONOGRAPH 200 Spanish and Americao Records. G. L. YOUNG'S MESA JEWELRY STORE. MESA HOTEL. Lodging House. Best Rooms in Mesa. Mrs. Geo. Holland, Mgr. f MASQUERADE BALL I Saturday, Feb. 20th. I ! Vance Auditorium V UK 141 II 1 HI I 1 1 1 H I 1 1' i VALENTINES GROVER'S PLACE. J fi tiuninni' VALENTINES. Onlv one dav left. MESA BAKERY CASH STORE. Peterson & Horn. I'll I 1 I l"H.H"H"t'I"H"l"H"H"H-i ! I 1 1 II Ml M 1"! 1 H'M"M"M"H'' I1 1' "H-M-i-H-l-M-M"! M i M"H"H-r M M-H"H"H"I"H H"H "M"M"H"H-Hf !! -M ;H.'M"H"I"H'fl'r-H"M"H"K- nobby designs. A. HUNSAKER 1