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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1909.
7 !Baby tI rT iclil UN lff'7dreiid Mother's Friend is IV I!! Ji INI C if the only remedy which re mui lieves women of much of the pain of maternity; this hour, dreaded as woman's severest trial, is not only made less painful, but danger is avoided by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions are overcome, and the system is prepared tor the coming event. It is worth its weight in gold,"saysmany who have ltsfrl it $1.0U per bottle at drug store, ucu u. Boot of value to all exoecUnt tnolhci niaiitU free. TEE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. AtUnu. C. 01 FIH CIRCLE HIM OI K Large Rooseveltian Crop on One 40 Acre Patch. Mr. Rain and his wife and eleven children also a son-in-law and two other people, live on a forty-acre ranch at the south approach of the Phoenix center street bridge site. With a bridge Mr. Rain could reach the north bank at Phoenix with his family in a few minutes, should he desire to buy them shoes, etc., or obtain medical aid. How ever, to go to this point via Tempe would call for a round trip of forty miles. He can not understand why the bridge should not be placed at Center street. Phoenix, to accommodate the very large and rapidly increasing travel and population of the large Phoenix south side section and it the same time it would be equally convenient for the 1 Tempe and Mesa sections, the road from the Center street bridge passing through the center of both. The song sung at the Phoenix citizens' bridge meeting the other evening has a much deeper meaning to Mr. Rain than to a person not strictly interested. "Xo more we'll have to wade across, , Nor flounder in the sand: No more a toll of human lives The river will demand; The man who has his homestead there Upon the fair south side. May have a highway pass his door And on the trolley ride." SOUTHSIDER. VOTE FOR THE CENTER Street Soda Fountain and a greater Postofflce News Store. Polls open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. today, at 136 N. Center. Ice cream for sale. Come in and get your thirst taken care of. Comfortable and Cool Electric fanned, perfect venti lation, resting and refreshing. Cleanesi place to eat jftaitt5 &ls& Ik U I f .PiaCfh) t frf vM 1 Do you realize what it means to give 20 discount on my entire stock? Have you ever heard of such an offer before 20 off on everything absolutely. Come early and avoid the jam of this after noon. Remember, 20 Off Entire Stock. CHAS. DOWOFRIO Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Stoves, Etc. : 21-23 West Washington Street WILL MOVE TO Old Skating Rink 4th Avenue and Washington Street . Becoming a mother should be a source of joy, but the suffer ing incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of A A CQVERDALE-BROOMELL WEDDINGAT M. E. CHURCH Popular Phoenix Young People United in Marriage Last Night They Leave For Coast on Wedding Trip. One of the largest church weddings of the season was that of Miss Nellie Coverdale who was married to Albert Brooniell last evening at six-thirty In the First Methodist church. Rev. J. A. Geissinger was the officiating min ister. Promptly at six-thirty the wedding party preceded by Raymond Battin and Sidney Stewart, the ushers, enter ed the church which was beautifully decorated with oleander flowers and boughs of pepper. J. A. Ream attended the groom as best man' while Miss Clara Parmarlee was the bridesmaid. The bride was trimmed in white Per sian lawn which was trimmed with lace. The ring ceremony was used. After the wedding the young people left immediately for California on a short wedding trip and they will prob ably make their home in that state although as yet Mr. Bromell is not fully decided that he will not return to Phoenix. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Coverdale who are well known in this section and have for a long time been residents of the valley. The groom has been in the valley for many years and is now the manager of the Homecroft ranch. He expects to assume the managership of a large ranch In California if he decides not to return to this section. o Crump's Hay and Grain Company buys Fresh Eggs. ilest fit 4a ' e? ckne.vr Cke&DeAr Cr.epe-sr Sn Placi to Everything Tastes Good where the chef cooks things to eat. "A wool f rv XX AXlVsCfrA 1VJI (&riii everv Pock MEM MOVKLSRl ENTDKE SPEECH 1 OUTLINE OF II What He Would Have Told the Peo ple Had He Been Here. In arranging the lists of speakers for the bridge -campaign meetings the Center street:' committee listed Gen eral A.: J. Sampson among them.. He was not here to speak, but did not run- away from the issue, us in dicated by the following letter to B. A. Fowler: El Paso, Tex., May 31. Hon. B. A. Fowler, Phoenix, Arizona. My Dear Sir I had some business calling me here and some more far ther east. Since-1 left, I have seen by paper that I am down for a speech in favor of Center street bridge. This will have to answer In place, for I cannot return till after the dates named. I want to assure you that If I were with you I would bend every energy to help sceure a favorable vote for said bridge. I don't see how any one north of the river can fail to vote 'for it. Some have ah idea that it will increase our taxes. Very little, for a time, but the advantages secured by it will bring in so much more taxable property that in a short time instead of increased taxes, our taxes will be reduced, because the per cent or rate will be lower. . All In all. I would vote for it if I knew my taxes would be increased (for the time leing) three-fold, for in the end I would be the gainer. I don't believe anyone north of the riv er will vote "airainst it if he will thoroughly Investigate the matter, and ' I doubt not the same careful inves- tlgation by those living south of the river, will secure many votes in favor of Center street bridge from that section. If we wnnt n erenter Phnenir. if we want hundreds of new farms opened up, if we want to let the world know we are In favor of public Improvements, let us, by all means, vote for this bridge. Later we will be Just as zealous to, get a bridge at Tempe or over the Agua Fria, or any place where one Is needed. I am suddenly called away and can't write more. Cordially yours, N ARCHIBALD J. SAMPSON. THE BEST REGULATOR. We promise to return everv cent paid us for Rexall Orderlies If they fail to satisfactorily relieve constipa tion. They axe eaten like candy, are particularly good for delicate persons and children, do not gripe or cause nausea, and nay be taken at any time of day or night without any inconven ience whatever. We want you to try Rexall Orderlies at our risk because we are Dostive they will do as we claim. Two hizes, 10c and 25c. The Owl Pharmacy, Inc. The Rexall Store. AN ARIZONA STRIKE. Cement Workers at Nelson Threaten Trouble. Prescott, June 3. The sheriff's of fice received an appeal from Nelson for immediate aid today on account of a strike of sixty laborers, mostly foreigners, cement workers. Serious trouble was threatened and deputies were sent to investigate.. There are no particulars. Off -STOCK THREE ROUND BOUT ATTRACTS BIG A Boring Match Wli HmA n W..ki , ington Street Yesterday in Spite of i erritonai Law to ine contrary. There was a three-round boxing match on Washington street yesterday that made, the Sullivan-Kilrain bouts look like a bum two-bit piece with a hole in it. Although prize fighting, like certain other forms of amusement, has been frowned upon by various legislatures, it did not deter Frank Stewart, the foreman of the Pickrell ostrich farm, and M. C Cornelius, who has also been employed there, from furnishing a large crowd with one of the cleverest sparring exhibitions that has been wit nessed in Phoenix in many a day. Stewart weighed In at 165 pounds and Cornelius at 147. Although 18 pounds under weight the plucky Cor nelius attempted to wrest the middle weight championship from the aggres sive Stewart. The contest took place in front of H. A. Delhi's shoe store. The referee was A. J. Moore, the timekeep er, Lee Troutman. Round 1 Cornelius led out with his left for the face. Stewart blocked and returned with right, landing lightly on ear. He followed this up with a ter rific blow over the right eye, catching Cornelius as he started to duck. Cor nelius was groggy after this blow, but quickly picked up and returned with a left swing that grazed Stewart's nose, drawing first blood. Both clinched. Stewart's round. Round 2 Stewart was the aggressor in this round, forcing Cornelius against the awning ropes. Both men clinched, Stewart trying to force the other to the ground. When the men were sep arated Cornelius landed again on Stew aret's nose which bled profusely Cor nelius was very game in this round. Round 3 Stewart swung an upper cut which took off all the skin on Cornelius" nose. He followed this up with a right swing to Cornelius" fore head. For the rest of the round Stew art was forced to use his left as one of the bones in his right hand was broken. One more of Stewart's ter rific swings landed, completely closing Cornelius eye. Another blow cut his lip but the boy was still game and came at his heavier antagonist with vigor. He swung on Stewart's ear just as time was called and the fight was stopped by the referee. No de cision. Both men were taken to the police station Immediately after the fight. Judge Thomas placed each man under $10 bail for appearance in police court today. JAPAN'S AUTHORITY Over Its Citizen in United Stat and Canada. Victoria, B. C., June . All Japanese residents within the United States and Canada are being ordered under the new Immigration regulations Issued at Tokio to register themselves at the nearest Japanese consulate. Each newconer wijl be obliged to register .within seven days after his arrival giving particulars regarding himself and his mode of life. On leav ing the district he must report his' de parture, the penalty of failure being a forfeiture of consular protection. CONVALESCING Miss Ethel Strait is recovering from several days illness. 3 OWES HER LIFE TO Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Vienna, W. V. "I feel that low the last ten years of my life to Lydia t. nnanam s vege. table Compound. Eleven years ago I was a walking shadow. I had been under the doctor's carebutgotnorelief. My husband per. suaded me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's - i suaded y 3 Lydia E Vegetable Com- pound and it worked like a charm. It re lieved all my pains and misery. I advise all suffering women to take Lydia E. Pinkham't Vegetable Compound." Mrs. Exka Wheatov, Vienna, W- Va. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotics or harm ful drugs, and to-day holds the record for the largest number of actual cures of female diseases of any similar medi cine in the country, ana thousands of voluntary testimonials are on file in the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., from women who have been cured from almost every form of female complaints. Inflammation, ul ceration,displacements,flbroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, indigestion and nervous prostration. Every such suffering woman owes it to herself to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. If you would like special advice about your case 'write a confident tlal letter to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. Her advice la iree, and always helpful. SANTA FE BUILDING ' -: IN THIS TERRITORY Prescott, June 3. President Murphy of the Santa Fe, Prescott and Phoenix railway In an interview says the initial railway building by the Santa Fe in this section will be the con struction of a narrow gauge from Poland to Brodie mine, twenty miles, and the completion of the gap from Parker to Bengal, on the main line. The work will commence probably next fall. The delay is on account of the heat. ATHLETIC EVENTS OE THE n. p. They Will Include Aquatic Contests, Track Events and Bas Ball. Seattle, Wash.. June 1. (Special Correspondence of The Republican.) Intercollegiate foot ball will be a fea ture of the athletic program at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition. Va rious base ball games will be in pro gress all summer, but this Is an ex pected feature Just as are the track and field events which promise to see many new records hung up at Seattle. But the sight of the moleakln-clad. warriors tackling, panting and run ning with the ball Is not a conventional one to the crowds visiting world' fairs. The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition has made use of the unused portion of the University of Washington campus, and it is here that the stadium has been erected. In order to play their games in time for . the exposition crowds the colleges and universities of the northwest have this year moved forward their dates for their big games. 'The stadium has a magnificent field, ideal for the game that reigns supreme in the collegiate sports. Two big stands, one of either side, will afford a perfect view for every one of the 20,000 spectators expected to assemble to see the big games. Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Wash ington State college. Whitman college and Oregon Agricultural college every year battle for a championship that Is only won after the bitterest of strug gles. The northwest high schools are likewise noted for the style of foot ball they put up, the Broadway high school of Seattle a few years ago winning . from ' the champion ship eleven sent west from Chicago, after having cleaned up the opposing teams In the northwest and the California champions. The high schools will use the stadium field dur ing the exposition time. The sportsman's show of the exposi tion will be held on the 26. 27 and 28 of August, and entries for the various events are sufficient to insure an in teresting meet. The program, cover ing the meeting has not yet been com pletely arranged, but the official events recognized by the National Associa tion of. Scientific Angling .clubs of which Seattle is a member, will be: Distance fly casting. . accuracy fly casting, . delicacy and accuracy fly casting, one-half ounce distance bait casting,, one-half ounce accuracy bait casting, one-quarter ounce accuracy bait casting,- obstacle accuracy fly casting and distance bait casting, one quarter ounce. . August 28 is the date announced for the handicap trap shooting match, for which two hundred entries have been received. A VOTE OF THANKS. Phoenix, Ariz., June 2, 1909. At the regular meeting of J. W. Owen Post No. 5, G. A. R-, held today in Veterans' hall. It was moved and seconded that a vote of thanks be ten dered to Rev. R. C. Douglass of the M. El church. South, for the excellent memorial sermon preached by him on Sunday- evening. J. M. FTKE, Post Adjutant. 11 n June Weddings Announcement The first gift of all fcr the June wedding is Cut Glass of course no otlmr gift is so appreciated of course we mean the Hilderbran kind Cut Glass of quality Hawk's the finest in the world. Ele gant designs just In. - "We are largest Importers of Diamonds and Cut-Glaas in Arizona Vot For the Center St. Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. F.A.HILDER.BRAN V C9MPAN7 "The Store of Qualities." NOTICE TO CITY WATER CON SUMERS BETWEEN JUNE FIRST AND NOVEMBER FIRST SPRINK LING MUST BE DONE ONLY BE TWEEN THE HOURS OF 5 AND 7 O'CLOCK A. M. OR BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 5 AND 9 O'CLOCK P. M. NO SPRINKLING SHALL BE DONE WITHOUT NOZZLES. FOR ANY VIOLATION OF THIS RULE WATER WILL BE SHUT OFF AND A FINE OF ONE DOL LAR IMPOSED. WATER DE PARTMENT CITY OF PHOENIX. People Here From England, Panama, Mexico, Scot land and Switzerland. They're s'gned up in the States Register at Post Office News Store. The 200 mark from the states has been passed and they're sign ng up every day. Some one may be looking for you. Tell them where you are through the States Register. A num ber of people have already been as sisted in locating friends they usee to know. Costs you nothing to look over the Register or to register your name. Watch this space. These Are Reaiitered A. S. Elzell, Birmingham, Ala.; Robert Anderson, Phoenix: W. R. Harris, St. Joe. Ark.; F. M. Owen. Winters. Cal.: Chas. G. Bowers, Crip ple Creek. Colo.; Philip Kirby Hickey. Birmingham and Derby. Conn.; Ly man B. Gould, Miami. Florida; J. J. Heard, Barton Co.. Ga.; E. C. Moore. Orofino. Idaho; S. M. Huston, Mer cer Co, Ills.; Richard E. Pottinger, Marion, Ind. Come In. everybody, and register. This means everybody, no matte whether you've been in Phoenix 3) years or 30 minutes. . . . We have post cards of all kindf. This store is headquarters for I'hoeni View Post Cards and View Bookt. Writing Paper in all grades. Pens, Ink and Pencils. Postoffice News Store (Just across from the P. O.) Vote for the Center Street Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. A I 1 I 1 It 1 I I I I I I I I H M 1 I I 1 I DRINK HEALTHFUL VITALIZING i VI-TO-ZONE THE NATURAL MINERAL WATER 1 HH iimiii l it lit 1 III H t I i 1 I I I 1 I I 1 n .H H-i MHH H- A. JL I FAMILY LIQUOR STORE Liquor and wine for medicinal T ) purposes. We handle the liest T . California wine, also Italian and French. All kinds whiskey, T I brandy, cordials, liquors, cigars I and beer. CALIFORNIA WINE AND 4 LIQUOR CO. 25 and 27 8. Center St. ; MMnii ; I ; rM M i III i 8M-I- Moore & McLellan Undertakers and Embalrrmr. Lady Assistant 19 West Adams Street. Telephone Main 122. BLOOD POISON CAN BE CURED If yon hv vlcsrs, avcow patches 1b ttt mantx, mn throftt, nptlon. opptr color rpoU oa Um body, fsUU&f bsir, ttwoUoa f ln, polka la tho boat orot- TSTS ffOlltiB fl fcskVUcbOB, our poeitl ranl will euro you. Our ML PAXTt R, foroMr ehiof b yob ion of lb original Cook JUsaoay Co., kreaUd trr It.oOt CttiaDtaoCteotopaBflB ttialaat flftaoa yaradhf yinb, 1IKM. tiMdato thaetwpny (itacoaUnmsl ksk lC cism to treat. ooslt x Bkd Poiaoo teetBOOU vast fall Information about yoar caa. FUL Wnto P ANTES BEMCV CO. K- , T emrk trt. ClitetWs PL IB 'iiimiuMi m h i nn ii 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. 'Hii'Wii n 1 1 1 m i n i ii t i i- THE PERFECT FLOUR EMBRACES all of the good qualities of other brands and some extra one of its own. The Perfect la not a flour that Is su perior In only one or two qualities. It is superior all round. It bakes better, goes farther and stays moister than any other. Try a sack just to sea what the best of all flours Is like. Ask your grocer. 1 ' "1 W. A. REYNOLDS I Contractor and Builder ! Plans and specifications fam ished free) en all work con tracted or superintended ky him. Let me plan jeur boose for yoa. SATISFACTION GUARAN- TEED. Phone Red 8255. Residence, lilt W, Fillmore St. I unioe, jit routts, rooemx. ItMMHIIIIIIIIIIMMIII CHIROPODin. "" " Painless removal of Corns. SO cents each. Bunions, Holes and Warts, removed by electricity. Ingrow tnf Toenails a spe- clatty. treated aten. Ladles and Children day or evenings. Between First and Center St. on Adams. Phone Red 8072. FRANK SHIRLEY. Notice to Republican Subscribers Before going away on your vacation, do not fail to give orders to have The Republican follow you. No trouble to change your address as often as you with. The Republican i 75 cent per month, (seven day a week.) Phone Main 47, and the circu s lation man will do the rest. OneHalfOff On Entire Line of flats Biggest offer in the' city. See them. VOTE FOR THE CEN TER STREET BRIDGE AND A GREATER PHOENIX. "JSho Fair" 212 E. Washington Street HAMILTON BROS., Piano Tuners. ! . With 1 Wiley B. Allen Co., Inc.' 21