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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1909.
8 We have just received a shipment of Spring weight Lap liobes, and we would be glad to have you stop in and look them over. A very desirable line of patterns, and at prices that will suit vou. EZRA W. THAYER "GOSART" ON A TANK IS A GUARANTEE GOOD PLUMBING Kethinc is so unhealthy as defective plumbing. Deadly sewer T gas from clogged drain pipes is responsible for much Illness. Our work is good our prices please. r-ncfiPT ' PLUMB,Naca WlVWni 1 I Phone Main 2S3. 28-30 X. 2nd Av. j-. .;,.t,.;.,;.,;..,.ill;l I i....HH-l"W"i"l""l"-i"tili"tll,"t"W"I"t"lli V H I t 1' NORMALS TODAY THE REDSKINS' LAST CHANCE. The Jackrabbits and Redskins Will Mix It on the Indian School Dia mond This Afternoon. At the Indian school grounds today the Indians will make their last stand in the contest for the cup offered the winner in the Valley- league series by The Republican. They will play the Tempe Normal nine for the second time this season. If thry lose this game, they can hope for but 500 per cent in case they win the three other games which remain on the schedule for the Indians to play. The Indian team has been strength ened by the addition of several new players. Pierce, who is considered one of the best players in the valley, will be at shortstop. Pierce lias just returned to Arizona and will be one of the strongest units In the nine and a Tdayer who will have to be reckoned with. In addition to the changes made in the nine, they have added some what to their chances of victory in the game today by keeping up a con stant practice. They had one practice game this week with the Coyotes, and are besides spending all their time which Is not required for study on the diamond. While the Normal team is supposed to have the strongest battery of any in the valley, Cuber, in particular, being a phenomenal player, still, the element of uncer tainty or luck, which enters so large ly into all basebal games, is likely at any moment to turn the tide in fa vor of the Indians. A single hit. with the bases full, will restore confidence to the Indians and wipe out the zeros in their percentage column. In their last game played with the Coyotes, they showed great steadiness and ex cellent playing until an error, with its disastrous results, threw them off their balance. The Indians have just as good material in their team as the other schools, but they have been un fortunate in the last two games in not making their hits when hits count for runs. The last game the Indians played with the Normal team. January 30, at Tempe. resulted in a score of 4 to 3 in favor of the Jackrabbits. The In dian lineup today will be: John, catcher; Kill, pitch: Rice, first base; Patrick, second base; Allis, third base; Pierce, shortstop; Yalenzuela. right field: Harris, center field; Res boloso, left field. Tebben will umpire. The Normal nine will come over on the 2 p. m. train and will bring a bunch of rooters with them, while on the other. side several hundred Indians will sing the war whoop for their own team. Home Made flood Purifier The best blood building prescription known is as follows: To one-half pint of good whiskey add one ounce syrup sarsaparilla and one ounce Toris com pound, which can be procured from any druggist. Take in teaspoonful doses before each meal and before retiring. X Persona.! Mention i mi IF YOU YE NEVER WORN 'l. you've yet Lto learn We bodily ;l comfort it gives in MADCFOP AND CUARANTEED WATERPROOF ATM1G0QD3TOOU CATALOG fKl Guests at the Hotel Adams are J. E. Harper, Los Angeles; J. S. Brown, Los Angeles; F. A. Smith. Bisbee; J. B. Briathett, Tucson: II r. and Mrs. H. Van Houten, New York; Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Berry, Sedalla, Mo.; W. J3. Rob erson, Tucson; W. A. Burns, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. M. Williams, New Tork; I. M. Sherfry, Mrs. Sherfry and Mrs. T. Wilkinson, Burlington, la.; J. M. Ross, Prescott; T. L. Dwyer. Chicago; H. F. Washburne. Milwaukee; F. Pope, El Paso; F. S. Berry. New York; tf. F. Field. Bisbee; W. B. Congdon, Cole rain. Minn.; J. B. Joralemon, Bisbee. At the Ford are J. G. Crosland. R. Roustadt. Tucson; G. A. Williams, Los Angeles: F. I. Humphrey, V. S. R. S.; J. W. AIsop, Los Angeles; H. W. Clark, Dennison, Tex. At the Commercial are J. A. Lyons, Winslow; C. M. Pierce, San Francisco; D. L. Vane, San Francisco; A. 1. Mc Allster, Solomonville; T. Y. Sutton, Los Angeles; C. L. Kohler, Denver; H. C. Ralfe and family, Tucson; C. Hess, Jr., Holdbrook; Miss Seymour, Miss McDonald, Bisbee; li. C. Lewis, St. Louis; R. B. Court, Wendcndale; W. Kemp, Tucson. Dr. Emmons fits and furnlsnea glas ses, 368 N. 4th avenue. Advance Notes We have secured the RECALL AGENCY and within a few days will have something interesting to say in regard to this. Tell your friends to watch for our SPECIAL CANDY SALE. It will be great. EVERYTHING NEW AND UP-TO-DATE HERE. The Owl Pharmacy inc ncAALL SIUKE. A. H. MILLER. Mar. I THOSE SHIRT WAISTS I AT $1.25 ARE GOING FAST. COME IN AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR $1.25. FrrinrininflbnfliiifHniisR DENIAL OF RUMOR OF ASPIRATIONS George U. Young Sets at Rest Stories of His Political Purposes. Chairman Hoval A. Smith and Sefc retary George U. Young of the re publican territorial central commit tee came to town yesterday morning for a brief conference on matters connected with the last campaign. Mr. Smith returned south last night, and Mr. Young left for his mine this morning. Mr. Young was asked yesterday regarding rumors that have been- printed In some of the democratic papers that he was a candidate "for governor. He replied that they were without the slightest foundation. He said that, his latest visit to Washing ton, which might have given rise to them, was entirely on private business connected with the application for a mining patent, and thaV while he was there, he had spoken to no one on the subject of the governorship or any other office. It had also been reported that Chairman Smith was supporting him for the governorship with the influ ence of the territorial organization. Mr. Young said that there had neve.' been the slightest discussion of that office between him and Mr. Smith. It had never been mentioned by either of them. o ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF CRUSADE COPPER COMPANY. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we, the under signed, L. M. Campbell and J. K. Campbell, both of Los Angeles, Cali fornia, have associated ourselves to gether for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Ter ritory of Arizona, and in accordance therewith.' do hereby execute and adopt the following as the Articles of Incorporation of such corporation. I. The name of this corporation shall be Crusade Copper Company, and its principal place of business shall be In the city of Pnoenlx. Arizona, with such rinch offices and places of business elsewhere within and without the Ter ritory of Arizona as may be estab lished by the Board of Directors of the Company as hereinafter provided for. II. The amount of the capital stock of this corporation shall be five million dollars, divided into one million shares of the par value of five dollars each. The capital stock shall be paid up ct date of issuance by delivering the one million shares of stock to said Incorporators in consideration of said Incorporators delivering that certain deed dated November 28. 1908. to this corporation (wherein said incorpora tors are grantors and the Crusade Copper Company is grantee). III. The general nature of the gusiness I proposed to be transacted Is to make I contracts: to purchase, lease, option, j locate or otherwise acquire, own, ex- j change, sell, or otherwise dispose of, j pledge, mortgage, and deal in mines, j mining claims, mineral lands, coal lands, oil lands, timber lands, real es- tate, water and water rights, and to ; work, explore, operate, and develop i the same, and to extract any and all I minerals, oils and gas therefrom, and : deal in the products and by-products thereof; to purchase, lease, or other wise acquire, erect, own. operate, or i sell smelting and ore reduction works, , oil refineries, saw mills and power , plants; to do a general real estate business, manufacturing and mercan- i tile business; to operate stores, ho tels, boarding houses and tramways, or any other kind of property; to deal ! in its own capital stock and that of other corporations, and to vote any j stock owned by it the same as a nat- i ural person might do; to act as agent, broker, or in any other fiduciary ca- pacity; and in general to do and per- I form such acts and things and trans- I act such business, not inconsistent I with law. In any part of the world, : as the Board of Directors may deem I to the advantage of the corporation. ! iv. ! This corporation Is formed to exist : twenty-five years from the time of filing its articles, with privilege of re- ! newal as provided y law. i The affairs of the corporation shall be conducted and managed by a Board of Directors, five In number, who ; siiall be elected from among the stock- holWrs of the corporation at the an nual meeting thereof. Said Directors, when so elected, shall hold office until their successors are elected and quali fied. The Board of Directors shall have power to adopt and amend by laws and make all rules and regula tions necessary for the proper man agement of the affairs of the corpora tion, to fill vacancies occurring in the Board from any cause, to appoint an Executive Committee, consisting of three from among its members, and to vest such committee with all the pow ers granted the Directors by these ar ticles, unless otherwise specifically di rected by said Board; to elect the of ficers of this corporation, who shall be a president, vice president, secre tary and treasurer, who shall be stockholders of this corporation, to gether with such other officers as they may deem necessary for the proper conduct of the corporation. Until the first annual stockholders' meeting the following named persons shall constitute the Board of Direc tors: L. M. Campbell, C. M. Camp bell, H. R. Campbell. George J. Lans- dale and J. F. Campbell. VI. . The highest amount of indebtedness to which this corporation is at any time to subject Itself is eight hundred thousand dollars. Within this limit indebtedness may be created at such times and in such amounts, and may be in the form of notes bonds or otherwise, as the Board of Directors may determine. Indebtedness of the company may be secured by mort gage, trust deed, or lien of any char acter upon all or any part of the prop erty of the company In such manner as the Board of Directors may deter mine. VII. The private property of the stock holders of the corporation shall be ex empt from all and any liability for its e. 1Z Spring Hosiery and Neckwear "We've just received our first Spring shipment of Hosiery and Neckwear, which includes some of the handsomest effects eve shown. To start the sea sou we have grouped a large assortment of these and they will be sold for 25 cents. They're worth 50c and won't last long so hurrj' If Yo'i Havs Weak Lungs wfcr. act Announcement!!! Over nwMyN year cfcfKcg fourteen jcirt m Phomx, clrw ym m 'prcwM ham jfc Doctot cow md gW Or Hifatan, m What better proof f Ml, wcbcm See the display of these Neckties and Hose in our window. The newest cre ations of exclusive patterns. ! Just received a large .shipment of Stocks. 50c and np. We r " fill you ll a'jE&srCwA Mail vbttz at J ' Orders. j In!rrI: otrrriTTEns TO MEfi ) We fill Mail Orders. corporate debts. The capital stock tit the corporation shall be and is hereby made forever non -assessable. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hands and executed these Articles of Incorporation on this 30th day of November, 1908. L. M. CAMPBELL (Seal). J. F. CAMPBfiLL (Seal). State of California, County of Los Angeles, ss: Fiefore me, John Satterwhlte, notary public In and for the county r.nd state aforesaid, on this day, personally ap peared L. M. Campbell and J. P. Campbell, known to me to be the same persons who signed the foregoing in strument, and acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the uses and purposes therein mentioned. Given under my hand and official seal this 30th day of November, A. D. 190S. My commission expires on the 29th day of December. A. D. 1909. JOHN SATTERWIIITE. (Seal.) Notary Public. and bare become diacuuraged u to recover lemember much can be done by hpcclal treat ment, when combined with the right rlimate. It will cost you nothing to consult Dr. Hlbbard and it cm able yon will be told no. li incurable vou will not be deceived. Many a man ia seriotuly handicapped by some obsti nate aliment, ana inus unnttea lor pleasure or business. Sufferers from chronic disease of the Throat. Lungl, Hv.rt, 5tom aeK. Livav or Ganito-Urlnarsr organs Ahould at once eee l)r. Hlbbard. ile offers the best treatment, the uewaxl remtdies mi the mait rational methods. Thousands ot men have become ciMnpletely and permonently broken down bv abrslcal walna. Such eases can be cured. Tue iauiily doctors however, utterly faila. He lacks experience and concentration of faculties, acd cannot ac complish what the trained, educated specialist does. Blood Poiaoating and syphililie ronditlone, with all that is destructive to the human system can be cured and without in jurious drugs. Don't fool with electric belts, inexperienced physicians and sample packages Hours UM1-1 3-6-7. Hlbbard Building, 26-23 8. 2nd Avenue, oppoaitt Court House Plaza li an mi ii 1 1' n m n m- 1 1909 Spring Oxfords for Ladies. ' ' """s" fff" f. lj )ii ui uaui.ai parmxmmmnmmmmnim inimimtw. THE BEST ALWAYS 1909 Spring Oxfords for hildren. "a t Exceptional Values from a New York Ship ment Just Received SMART WAISTS FOR SPRING We have just opened the most exqui site line of new Spring Waists that we have been able to show in many years; styles so distinctly differe'nt and prices very low considering quality and work manship. In this collection you will find the new Shadow Waist. Point and Iloniton Lace Waists, Madras Waists in white and colors, striped and checked and many other handsome styles in thW newest materials. Buv vour Waist from us and the style is right and the prices from $1.50 to" $i0.00 1909 -PARASOLS- 1909 A GREAT BIG VARIETY OF THIS SPRING'S NEWEST CREATIONS. I 'NEW DRESS LINEN In champagne, lavender, pink. FYench blue, and white, the new, soft dull finished kind for Coat Suits, heavy weight and about the prettiest Linen Suiting we have ever shown; full 45 inches wide and tnnrked at the very low price of, per yard 75 SOMETHING NEW Shadow Stripe Silked Taffeta is one of the new cot ton fabrics for Coat Suits; conies in pink and light blue, 28 Inches wide, in medium weight and a beau tiful silky finish. Ask the wash goods man to show you. Price at only, per yard 35f MUSLIN PETTICOATS With lawn flounces and 3 row's of wide lace insertion, finished with wide lace edging; also deep flounce of embroidery with hem stitched tucks and another style with deep flounce of fine tucks; Skirts that were $1.25 and $1.50 each. Choice during this sale at 89t LADIES' DRAWERS Of good quality Muslin and ex ceptionally well made. . One lot with deep ruffles of lace insertion and edging; were 50c per pair. This sale at only 29 One lot with deep ruffles of fine tucks and emhroiilerv thnr wra ; 75c. Choice this sale at, pair 3) LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS Of nice quality Nainsook and Long Cloth In slip-over, short sleeves, 'and' lace trimmed, square neck, embroidery yoke, long sleeves and ribbon trimmed; others with round yokes of fine hemstitched tucks, short sleeves and hemstitched ruf fles in sleeves. These garments were $1.00. The price" for this sale on'y l8' 59 New Novelty Neckwear for Spring i . . . Councilmen and As semblymen: Believing that the growth and prosperity of Arizona will date from the passage of II. B. Xo. 59, prepared by the merchants of Ari zona, creating a rail road commission; know ing that an overwhelm ing public sentiment demands railroad regu lation, we ask that par ty platform pledges be redeemed by such en actment. Railroad commissions exist in every other state in the Union and the United States. La bor and capital have for years prospered in these states under com mission regulations. Arizona's railroad rates are the highest in ;: the country. Arizona :; has been the most gen- I erous in subsidies and tax exemption. Ari- I zona railroads nave x broken promises made to reduce rates we r want no compromise or agreements to be again broken. Arizona needs I a. railroad commission. Are you for Arizona a bigger, better. Ari zona. E.S.Wakelin GROCERY CO. h ii u 1 1 I I n i in 1 1 1 it m I V 1 Vl 1 -1 4 1 1 I. . WAnnL.Aj . I: 1 ! .. .. .. - .....i. ju.-... .cvtr.tcu a :ijr ueuumui line vi exceptionally pretty styles in Ladies' Neck Wear such as Embroidered Buster Brown, Collars, Embroidered Stock Collars, Embroidered Dutch Collars, Baby "Irish Bows, Embroidered Linen and Lawn Bows, Long Wash Ties with Embroidered Ends, Embroidered Linen, PK and Madras Stocks, Lace and Embroidery Trimmed Jabots, Combination Stock and Ties, Embroidered ;n -.,-U t e x ... ... u..u ii you warn m see me up-io-aate styles in Neckwear call at Goldwater's and you M will find them. Excellent values from ?-- , t ffi-g ftfl - t.F ' UAtUV "M1 'I' 'I' 'I"I' 'I"I"I i I t I Mil I 1 1 1 I II WHARTON has a full line of Poultry Pow der, for roup and all other chicken ailments. Also carry a line of Liquid Lice Killer. Do -f le Gear's Remedies are the ones T that cure. MAIN 244. 117 E. JEFFERSON. 1 I1 I'M I I' H"K I I I 1 I i 1 1 I 1 I"I"fr .THE California Wine Co. I I Handle only the best. I I Phone us your orders, f 19 S. Center St. ; ; ; ,H 1 1 '1 1 I-H-I i'M M l 1