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THE , ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, . SUNDAY MORNING, MAT. 2, 1909.
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ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC North Center St. Phoenix, Arizona ..iM..M'M"M"M"M-W ...GROCERY BARGAINS f We are redecorating and remodelling our store, and next week will T offer bigger bargains than ever before. Rule-Matthews Grocer Co. T PHONE MAIN 3 NEXT DOOR TO NEW YORK STORE. ,liH"H"H' M I1 H ! H"H '?""a""I"I"I"I .i-.a.-i .!. .i,,,!. ,i..i.,i....i.,I..1..i,.i..I..I..8I.T JUST LIKE HOME Is the way you will find the cooking at Cafe Mills, 33 N. 1st Ave. TOM'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Parties served with extra fins real Chinese China dishes. Private . room and family style when desired. Tom does all his own pastry. For a good dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Tom's new American Kitchen. Regular meals, 25c. Short orders afl night 12 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. THE EXQUISITE CLEANLINESS OF OUR BAKE SHOP Appeals to particular housekeepers. Bread at 5 and 10 cents; delicious Dinner Rolls and Buns at 10 cents a dozen. Raspberry, Red Cherry and Gooseberry Tarts, So each. PHOENIX BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY. Est. 1881. Edward Eisele, Prop. Phone M, 89. Walter A. Wood TWINE BINDERS $150.00 PHOENIX HARDWARE COMPANY. L C. HILL FROM CALIFORNIA Accompanied By Consulting Engineer J. H. Quinton, Who is Much Enthused Over the Valley. Supervising Engineer L. C. Hill, who left here with F. H. Newell, di rector of the reclamation service, re turned yesterday morning. Mr. Hill accompanied Mr. Newell to Riverside, where they carefully inspected a pri vate irrigation enterprise. Mr. Hill said that if the people of this valley could note the economy with which water is used in that section, they would marvel that crops could be grown at all. Nevertheless, the ir rigation is quite successful and the secret of it is that the water is not wasted. When it is used it is made to perform its full service. When the Californians turn water into their orchards they divert little streams from pipes only an inch or so in diameter, while over here in Arizona a farmer thinks he cannot irrigate unless he has water enough to float a steamboat in it That was not Mr. Hill's comparison, but it illus trate's the idea. In their furrow ir rigation he said they only turn in a little head not much larger than a man's thumb. From Riverlsde Mr. Hill went to Imperial for a general inspection of the progress of events in that quart er. He was accompanied there by J. H. Quinton of Los Angeles, who has been for years a consulting en gineer of the reclamation service. Mr. Quinton accompanied Mr. Hill to Phoenix, this being his first visit since the construction of the Roose velt dam began, though he visited Roosevelt once during the days it was being planned by Arthur P. Davis. He expects to be here and hereabout for a few days and will probably visit Roosevelt Yesterday he went to Granite Reef with .Mr. Hill. Asked last night what he thought of the valley and of the Granite Reef dam, he said he be Iieved the latter is the finest piece of work that has yet been done by the reclamation service, and he has vis ited nearly all the projects. He has seen nothing anywhere to compare with it Respecting this valley and the Salt river project he says the latter will make this a veritable principality. He says he has been on the coast ever since the day of irrigation was. ushered in, and . has watched its growth and progress, but knows of no place where such possibilities are in evidence as in this valley. This seems to be, he says, beyond com pare,, the most ideal agricultural country. The warm climate, the am p'e supply of irrigation water 'and the soil, ail contribute to the per fection of conditions, making some times as many as eight crops of al falfa. As one travels north the crop ping force of the soil and climate di mlnfshes, until Canada is reached, where seldom more than one crop can be made. Repeating Mr. Quinton said again that this valley ought to eventually become a veritable prin cipality by itself alone. DONT GET LEFT. Street car time tables free at Post Office News Store. o Swept Arizona oranges, $2.50 a box Crump's. TRY A TURKISH BRICK FOR SUNDAY DESSERT. DONOFRIO 2UNKEL CONFECTIONERY CO. OSTRICH MOUNTS See our window of Ostrich Feather Mounts. It contains the finest creations in the United States. Sea the Naturals. ALL PRICES We Fill Mail Orders Arizona OstricH Farm Salesroom 1st and Adams. AND IF YOU LIKE TtoWSE!S,x WxTI&S3Z THE ARIZONA CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS. Mrs. Lilur Wilson, Prop. It I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 I l l I I I t ' , Rogers & McMurtry :: Auction House. ' ; :;' 24 W. Jefferson St. A reliable Auction House con- . . . . ducted by competent Auction- J j ) eers. Goods sold on commis- eion and prompt returns made. ', ', . Regular sales at 1 : SO p. m. ev- ery Saturday. Outside sales of any description solicited and ', ', will endeavor to give satisfac- ' ' ' tlon; particular attention given to the patronage of ladies, who 1 ! will never find anything In our ' ) ; auction room to offend the most fastidious. , III I till 1 1 milll MINIM' A PRETTY VERMONT HOME. Capt. Hutchinson is a Stanch Friend of Peruna, Made so by Personal Experience. II mil mm LEMUEL M. HUTCHINSON! MONTPELIER, VT. WMt, 'ma a T1 mrr i . asyg&ja " i The Home of Captain Hutchinson, of Montpeller, Vt. Chronic Catarrh and Throat Trouble. "It gives me pleasure to write you this letter at this time on account of the good your Peruna has done me when I was quite done up with a very bad cold. "I could hardly perform my ordinary duties, but from the use of Peruna I am almost restored to health. "I am quite convinced that it has helped me from chronic catarrh, to which I am subject. It has also benefited my throat. "I can truly recommend it as the best all-round medicine It has been my privilege to become acquainted with. Of this I am quite convinced from my own experience." Capt. Lemuel M. Hutchinson, Montpeller, Vt. . DORRIS-HEYMANN FURNITURE GO. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS. Noble Biock. Cor. 1st & Adams St. "The Home Makers" Are You Making a New Home? Are you making a new home or reappointing the old one? You want it to be cosy, comfortable and attractive, of course and at a nominal cost. Let us help you. It is our business to make comfortable, at tractive, happy homes and at the lowest possible cost. Camping Out. Are you going camping this summer? When you are ready to pur chase your outfit be sure and look over our line of camper's supplies everything from tenting to cooking utensils. We can save you money. You Don't Need Money. Our easy payment system makes it possible for you to purchase from us when you havn't the ready cash at hand. Ask us about it. Can Now Eat Anything. Mr. J. W. P ritchard, Columbia City, Ind., writes : "I am pleased to say that I have been curad of catarrh of the atotnach by Feruna. "I could hardly eat anything that agreed with me. Before I would get half through my meal my stomach would fill with gas. causing e much distress and unpleasant feelings for an hour or two after each meal. "But, thanks to your Peruna, I am Bow completely cured, and can eat any thing I want to without any of the dis tressing symptoms. I can now enjoy my meals as I used to do, and It Is all due to Dr. Hartman and his wonderful medicine, Peruna. It has been one year since was cured, and I am all O. K. yet, so I know I am cured." A Nervous Breakdown. Mr. Lewis Zim, editor and proprietor of "St. Augustine Meteor," writes: "Any man in public work finds at times that he is under a peculiar nerve strata. I found that with it lost my appetite, and my brain seemed to work unceasingly during waking and sleep ing hours, so I was tired and worn out in the morning. "Tonics and invigorators were sug gested and tried, but nothing was of ben efit to me but Peruna. That is cer tainly a remarkable medicine. I was restored in three weeks to my normal healthy condition, my appetite returr ed and my sleep was refreshing." NEW COURT HOUSE FOR YUMA COUNTY ORDERED BY THE SUPREME COURT YESTERDAY. COURT STANDS PAT ON ITS Anyway, the Supervisor Must Go Ahead in the Bond Matter. The most interesting thing before the supreme court yesterday, and a somewhat historical affair, was the case of John uanaoiro, or luma. against the board of supervisors of that county, a petition for a writ of mandamus to compel the board to pro ceed in the matter of a bond issue in the amount of $50,000 for the building of a court house at Yuma. The writ was ordered. Thomas D. Molloy ap peared for the petitioner, and Attor ney General Clark was put by his of ficial position into the attitude of op posing a bond issue, the legislative bill for which he had drawn. . The history of this matter is this: A bill was introduced into the legis lature of 1907 authorizing Yuma coun ty to Issue bonds in the sum of $75,000 for the construction of a court house to take the place of the adobe struc ture which has served that purpose from the earliest times. The bill was drawn by the attorney general, not be cause he had any Interest in the maf- ter, but because he was attorney gen eral. The bill originally only "author ized" the board to proceed in the bond matter. It was then sent to Yuma for the approval of the citizens, who were agitating the subject of building a court house, and Mr. Molloy amended it in two important particulars. As amended the bill proposed that the court house should be built on 'the south half of block 94." Know ing that thethen board was geograph ically unfavorable to that location. and supposing that the next board would feel the same way about it, Mr. Molloy built for the future. He fur ther amended the bill by inserting the Words "and required" after the word authorized. He was about to insert also the word "directed" but refrain ed, thinking that he might want to employ a mandatory synonym some time in the future; it would, therefore, not be a good thing to use them all up at once. i In this form the bill was passed after a vigorous opposition, in the course of which It was charged that a real estate deal was contemplated' by Mr. Gandolfo and his friends. Congress has to pass on territorial bills authorizing bond issues, and in this case congress, for some reason, which has never been explained, re duced the amount of the proposed is sue from $75,000 to J50.000 and then passed the bill. As has been surmised, the board sol idly refused to take any action In the matter, and this application for a per emptory writ was begun. The court was not obliged to"spend a great deal of time over It for that simple dis syllabic word "required" really set tled it. In Not a Case Was a Motion For a Rehearing Granted The supreme court yesterday an nounced its decision in the matter of about thirty motions for a hearing, denying all of them but one. That was in the case of the Arizona Cop per company, - appellant against Wil liam Allen Gillsepie, appellee from Graham county. In this matter the court had modified and affirmed the Judgment. No action was taken on the motion for a rehearing which was allowed to go over to; the fall meeting of the court. This is better know as "the tailings, case" in which action had been brought against the copper company to restrain it from dumping the tailings from its reduc tion works into the waters of Chase creek and the San Francisco river. It was complained that crops along the upper Gila had been ruined and that a part of the land was being rendered worthless by a capping which was being formed on it. In the case of Elmer H. Duffield petitioner against Henry F. Ashurst as - district attorney of Coconino county, respondent, a petition for a writ of mandamus in the matter of the Bright Angel trail, the petitioner was allowed to amend. ' The so-called Norris -cases by the refusal of rehearing, are now dis posed of finally. - - ' TU Saturday and Sunday Special TRY O MB Your Sunday dinner will not be complete with- out this delightful and new dessert. ionofrio-Zunkel Conf, Co. 37-39 E. Washington St. EBHSHRUB1 Phone Black S21Z" I AUNTIES . They Belong to the Whole Neighborhood. That dear old neighbor we knew as "Aunty" and who li-ed down the street was no relation, of course, except that her tender old heart made her "Aunty" to all the young people. And how she did love the young mothers: One who remembers her says: "We could always depend on 'Aunty' for good sound advice. She was par ticularly well informed on food and what to use for certain troubles. "After having taught In the public schools for ' years my health became bad and I suffered frequently from in digestion. After my marriage I had indigestion so badly it became chronic. "Owing to my condition my little baby did not get proper nourishment and was a very delicate child. I had about decided to put her on artificial food altogether when the advice of dear old 'Aunty' put baby and I on the right road. "She insisted upon my trying Grape Nuts food .declaring that It would help me and give baby more nourishment, so to please here I did, trying- it for breakfast. The result was so marked and so quick that I ate it for luncheon too and I must say the change has been wonderful. I have good health now and baby is a strong active child. "My mother says that Grape-Nuts helps her more and keeps her more cheerful and happy than anything else she has ever done. Truly pure, scien tific food has great power." "There's a Reason." Read "The Road to Wellville," In pkgs. Ever read the above letter? A new one appear from time to time? They are genuine, true, and full of human interest. Cott RUBBER HOSE :Ibsel t X T Lawn Mowers Cheap for the Quality We Give You. Always the Best Long Hardware Company Center Street Hardware Store -M--K' ,, ,;;,;, .H-H-H-H-K- titffl gaaS IS jfeftjtayi Tender Steak Our Steaks are not only of the highest quality, but they are cut right half of the eating is in the cutting. Try us. Independent Meat Market Phone Main 297. 1-3 "West Washington St. Standard Furniture Co. A complete line of New and Second Hand Furniture, Rugs, Crockery and Graniteware. WE SELL FOR LESS Phone Main 357. 34-36 W. Washington. 5- 5- t 1