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10 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1909. Silence! The instinct of modesty natural to evfry woman is often - Jjnoat. hindrance to the cur of womanly diseases. Women shrink from the personal questions of -the local physician which seem indelicate, .Tbs thought of examination is ab horrent to them, and so they endure in silence a condition ol disease which surely progresses from bad to worse. ". it kaa beea Dr. Pierce a privilege to car a great mamr wfnem who harm iouad a retvie tor aiadeatr la JUm t1r ot FREE consults ' '" tlom by letter. Slit aorrempoadeaea ta held aa macredJr eoattdeatlat. Addresa Dr. B. V. , Pierce, Battalo, N. T r i.. " Dr. Piefee Favorite Prescription restores and regulates the womanly functions, abolishes pain and builds up and puts the finishing touch of health on every weak woman who give it a fair trial. " It Makes Weak Women Strong, Sick Women Well. Yon can't afford to accept ' secret nostrum as a substitute for this non-elooholie medicine op known composition. ' IN THE AIR THAT CONSUMES WATER Soma Facta Regarding Street Sprink " ling Difficulties. : v.; There has been some complaint of the dusty streets In the business dis trict in the day time and some have failed . to notice on account of the dust that the streets were being sprinkled. There was an Impression that the sprinkling was done only in the night time. That, however, is not the case. Washington street is drenched five times in twenty-four hours, three of those drenchings tak ing place in the day time and two at night More water is now being put on the streets than ever before. The daily consumption for street sprinkling is 357,500 gallons or more than one-sixth of the amount pumped for all pur poses. Though there has often been much hotter weather than has pre vailed for the last week. Superin tendent Carr of the streets says that he has never seen a time when so much water was needed to keep down the dust. There is some condition of the atmosphere . which takes up the water much more rapidly than usual. There are therefore more wagons on the streets day and night than- have ever been kept there at one time. I KING JAMES OF EVOLUTION OF Record of the One -Fifth of Gravesend ' Second. Track Cut New York, June 3. King James first, Kestigouche second, Celt third. Thus stands the record of the twenty third renewal of the' historic Brooklyn Handicap, run today at Gravesend. The three other starters. High Priv ate, Frank Gill and Berkley, finished as named, but were beaten off. The time, 2 : 04, establishes a new record for the race, being one-fifth of a second better than the figures hung up last year by Celt. Coupled as the entry of Sam Hil dreth. King James and Restigouche were quoted in the betting at 3 to 1 to win and 1 to 2 for the place. Res tlgouche, running alone, was variously quoted as high as 20 to 1 to win, 8 to 1 for the place and 4 to S to show. Though maintaining a race among the horses, the contest was exciting. Especially great was the Interest when a furlong from home. King James pushed his nose in front of the flying Restigouche and Inch by Inch crept past him until at the wire he was leading his stable mate by a full length, while Restigouche was three lengths in front of the tired and floundering Celt.. LITTLE BUTTE Its Change From a Copper Prospect lo a Copper Mine STOCK CONTROL IS SOLD John W. Sharp e Assumes Management of theJProp erty Today Stockholders Meeting Called For June 15 Larger Operations Planned It may be announced with reason able certainty that In a few days the Little Butte and adjoining mining property owned by the Arizona Bouse company will pass from, the control of the present management Into the hands of a syndicate of Phoenix gen tlemen who are preparing to exploit it on a much larger scale. The personnel of the new syndicate could not be learned yesterday but it is known that the transaction te one engineered" by President Meyers and Secretary Bish op of the Arizona Bouse company, through the agency of the Southwest ern Realty company In this city and thut John W. Sharpe is at present at the head of the syndicate which is to acquire the controlling Interest in the stock of the company. H. B. King of tho Realty company will also be an active member of the management If plans are carried out. Messrs. Meyers and Bishop last night mailed to all the stockholders of the company, notices of a special meeting to be held at the Hotel Adams on June 15. to ef- o yi I Back East June 1, 2, 3, 4, 14, 15, 16,17, 18 and 19 MARICOPA ROUTE Southern Pacific Co. Chicago and Back . . St. Louis and Back . Omaha and Back . . Nev York and Back . Kansas City and Back $ 67.50 $ 62.50 $ 55.00 $103.5(7 $ 55.00 i Meals at Meal Time Allihe Way L. H. Landis General Agent Phoenix mm, i wlSn RS.Stubbs Gen'l Pass. Agent Tucson feet some reorganization, Increase the capital stock, acquire some adjacent property; and perhaps to make some change in the name of the corporation President Meyers was 'asked last evening to verify these facts and prac tlcally did so. He said the deal had not advanced to a point where the de tails could be given out but it is true that a controlling interest In the stock has been bargained for by Messrs. Sharpe, King and others and the ar rangement has been so nearly perfect ed that h and Mr. Sharpe are going to Bouse today to place Mr. Sharpe in personal control of the mine manage ment. As to the purchase of more property, change of name, capitaliza tion, etc., those are all things that the stockholders must pass upon when they assemble and he had no desire to speak for them in advance. He said though that the proposed change in capitalization was modest, merely in keeping with the larger plans of the men who expect to become the man agers of the property1. :Asked if this transaction meant i severance of his Interests In the com pany Mr. Meyers said most certainly not. On the contrary he was more enthusiastic than ever before and be gan to recite the facts concerning an open cut recently run some distance from the Little Butte shaft where good shipping ore had been uncovered clear across a vein for tne distance oi Bixiy feet, carrying eleven per cent copper values and about $6 in -gold. Continu ing he explained that the property had raid Its way thus far by the sale .of stock and the ore shipped and is now developed to a point where there is no longer a doubt of the magnitude of the copper deposit. Recently he had ac quired some adjoining claims that na- urallv belong to the same group, so that the dike, vein or ore zone, what ever one may .choose to call it for about three miles In length, is now in th company's control. The only thing lacking to make it as big as anybody's copper mine is the expenditure of large capital. Under his management there had been a clean balance sheet, always money to meet expenses of operation. etc., but now that It has been demon strated to be the making of a big mine there should be -a larger initial Invest ment. He had been ableto secure the assurance of this by selling sufficient of the stock of the company and a lit tle private stock to give the interested gentlemen the controlling Interest ask ed for. Both he and Mr. Bishop retain the major part of their personal hold ings and assert that they consider that stock under the new management will be worth more than It is now, even with the larger capitalization, the amount of which he was not at liberty to disclose. ' Meyers and Bishop coald not retain control and secure the large money they desired to operate with but hav ing such faith In the property they willingly give up control and array themselves with the minor stockhold ers, believing that it will be more money for all in the end. Mr. Meters resented the suggestion that it might be construed that the company was short of money and had to make a sale. He insisted that the company had plepty of money to operate with on Its present plans but it wanted to do bigger things. To illustrate his cheer fulness over the situation it might be said that he acted like boy who had been running a peanut stand success fully as sole proprietor and had avail ed himself of an opportunity to sell It for a third or minor interest In a big dry goods store. It was learned from" another source that It is not a case of a new syndicate formed to swallow up the Arizona Bouse and others, but that the new in vestors or so-called syndicate had merely bought a controlling Interest In the present company and will ask the stockholder to make such amendments to the existing charter as will permit the conduct of operations on a larger scale. . Pending the action of the stock holders' meeting there will be no .stop ping of work at the mine and it Is ex pected that afterward there will be a more active exploitation than ever, o mm ENLARGES HIS OREGON HOME fT.VV'-r-5. J-VStTiftfliTiJ "The Bath DeLuxe" tli51iampoo No other brush for the shamfioo is so convenient, effective and altogether satisfactory as the Knickerbocker Spray t rush. Designed primarily for bathing the body, it sends directly to the skin countless tiny streams of fresh, clean, flowing water Applied lo the head, the little rubber testh cleanse thoroughly the scaip-aad the roots of the hair. Knickerbocker Spraybrush iml is the ideal shampoC brush i-ecause its soft rubber teeth-tubes more nearly simulate the action of the finger tips when applied to the scalp than any other shampoo device known. With the Knickerbocker you can use soap or eggs lor a snampoo ana uorougniy cleanse and rinse the scalp and hair with ease. Eatly Attached to Any Bath Tab. Sihes AttackaMBt lor Hamas Hanns No Batfc Rooms.) Madebr Tho Procroos Company, Qucifo, 11L Outfit No. 5 Koand brash. 3'4 inches in diameter, with 225 hollow teeth. 5 feet fine rubber tubing, faucet $f 25 connection Other Strks J 2.00 and $3.00 Knickerbocker Spraybrush. A. L. BOEHMER'S DRUG STORE N.E. Corner Center and Washington Streets, I Bargain s in Ludwig and Other Pianos Three Genuine John H. Ludwig Player Pianos at $325,00 These are not only pianos, but have the payer Attachment, making them worth nearly double. You have een paying much more for the mere piano without the player. We warrant them to be brand new, direct from the factory (not stencils procured through a California house). ' Our warrant is perfectly good. 'These Ludwigs are genuine, made by John II.' Ludwig, the founder, inventor, head man for J6 years ef Ludwig & Co., and the only Ludwig of piano fame that ever lived. A CONCLUSIVE AND INDISPUTABLE PROOF A LETTER FROM JOHN H. LUDWIG "I HAVE NOW MADE THE BEST PIANO THAT MY A3ILITY WILL PERMIT OF, AND THAT IT IS OF A HIGHER ATTAINMENT THAN MY FORMER EFFORTS THERE CAN BE NO DOUBT. "JOHN H. LUDWIG." In other words, he now makes a superior Ludwig piano to any he has ever made before, when he was head man of the "other fellow's" Ludwig & Co. Whi has ben deceiving the public with base fabrications? Remember that our offer of a REWARD OF ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS has not yet been taken up by the "other fellows." It would be easy money for them if they could only contradict our statements. But they can't. We defy them to do so. Thus we will admonish them to "put up or shut up." We have also two "Mason & Hamlin's," aa good as new, in oak and mahogany, at $200. One "Emerson," in perfect order, $165. One "Ricca," new, never used, $250. One Lehman A. Sons, used only five months, $175. AT RED.E WILL'S THE HUM b. Tteaamsaauiiimuj isai THE HOME OF EVERYTHING MUSICAL. NEAR THE THEATERS. His Pelican Bay Klamath Lake. Lodge on Upper Portland, Ore., June 3. E. II. Har riman has Just completed further pur chases of Oregon lands to add to his present holdings at Pelican Bay, Kla math county, where the magnate is in the habit of spending a portion of each summer. ' The Pelican Bay lodge is on "the Upper Klamath lake in Southern Oregon. There Mr. Harri man, members of his family and a few friends spent a month last sum mer hunting and fishing. When the wizard of the Pacific quit his re treat, he looked as brown as an In dian and said he never felt better in his life. He also had several big fish stories to tell. The property Just acquired consists of 480 acres of timber and meadow land and lies near the Pelican Bay lodge. It is called Odessa and a hotel has been conducted there in the past as a "summer resort." The place will be closed to the public. The price paid for the property was around $50,000. The purchase has Just been made by Col. W. II. Holablrd, Mr. Harriman's agent, who bought the Pelican Bay holding. Mr. Harriman made a close inspec tion of the grounds when at Pelican Bay last summer. The place lies near the lake and a deep creek formed by large springs, runs by the hotel and Is navigable for boats. The beauty of the surroundings has made the place a favorite . outing spot for peo ple of Oregon and California. Lost season the hotel was crowded with tourists and it . Is understood that their presence so near his favorite summer retreat annoyed Mr. Harri man. , ' The Harriman preserves are lo cated close to famous trout streams, the Klamath "and Williamson rivers being noted as among. the best trout streams in the world. . Bear, and deer abound and 'several fine specimens were shot by the Harriman party last summer. Despite announcements that the Union Pacific magnate will go to Europe this summer, it is thought he will again 8pend,some time at the Klamath lodge for preparations are already" being mi Je to entertain vis itors there this summer. A private telegraph line connects the lodge with the outside world. JAPANESE PRACTICE WITH AEROPLANES They Are Said to Ship Destroyer. Have Invented a Victoria, B. C, June 3. That secret trials of airships and aerouanes in Northern Japan have demonstrated that guns and heavy loads can be carried was the- story brought by the steamer Monteagle. Already an Inven tion perfected at trials held before army experts is a ship destroyer fitted with explosive shells which explode automatically on contact with another airship. Both inventions have been se cured by the military authorities. H-S-H-H--H-K-; -H- M ! -l-l-l- W-K-H-H-frf i DON'T SCRATCH BEARS' P. H. REMEDY Never fails to allay Prickly Heat. You get it at "THE BEAR" DRUG STORE Potter & Roziene. Opp. City Hall. ! 'H-H-M I1 11 1 1 1 1 1 M ll'M-M' SALOME It's the town On the A. & C. It's the mines, Look good to me. It's the climate, It's the water If you don't go You had oughter. tW 1 1 1 Mil 11111 1"H H 1 l ll'h Special on - WATCHES Regular $9.00 Regular Waltham Movement Seven Jewel Open Face $3.50 1-118 size for- $3.50 SATURDAY SPECIAL This unheard of Watch Offer will be for Sat urday only and only 24 Watches will be sold at this price. Never again will such 'a Watch Offer be made in Phoenix. "Come Early; Avoid the Rush." S ALIM ACKEL 16-18 E. Washington St. Phoenix, Arizona. 'till!!! I I Hill' Vfffi i I M"H, 'l"t i' ri..H..i.M.."l ll-l 1-V f V l -i rCasij1 Oh! Ham. We donVseii just"" Ham'." vWe seii The ham of hams Armour's lStar 1 11C lldlli I I'M nf- X 4- wnat arn. SOLD BY The Hackett Market r t 1 1, 1,4.4, 1 1 1 t 1 lH"i-H ...;..i..M. M-H-frf-H H 111 I ! III11IHH' 4-t-H-H-H'i'R'H IT I H"H--M"H"H"M' H-H-IM 1 HtWWI'M-f T FOR SALE, one-third cost, double cylinder gasoline hoist, 15 H. P., 5 capacity 2000 poinds, 150 (eet per minute, with 00 feet crucible cast f steel, hoistint; cable, safety hook and chain, batteries, cooling water tank, gasoline reservoir, and one No. 3 ore bucket All in 4. good operating condition, for cash f. o. b. Winkleman, Arizona. Ad- T dress R. ROY SIBLEY, Supt, Copper Creek, Arizona.