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I H M I 1 1 III 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 U I 1 1 1 Mi IH 1 1 U 1 1 1 H 111 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 H fill 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 IH M -1 II 1 It 1 1 1 H M 1 1 1 M II I II ill 1 1 1 11 II 1 1 M- 1 I lit Hi I- IH11IIMI Villi 1 1 1 1 1 1 III 1 1 1 j j 1 1 HI 1 II I 1 1 1 1 In H t II K If II 1 1 HI 11 1 I 1 111 I I 1 1 III 11 1 HUHWIIIJ I I I It IHHIIU'I H H I 1 Ml 1 1 II 1 1 H t H "M t t I I 111(1111 1 I 1 III II I I I I ll'HlMtll-HI Mil MUM t M 1 1 1 1 1 I'll 1 111 I I I I I II 1 1 I M I HI IHHI HUM lit HI MM II I IIHf THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, -WEDNESDAY MORNING JUNE 16, 1909. M H-H-H-H; 1 1 '5' I 1 I 1 1 I Ml Mil li'l Linweave Flaxon Two bran new fabrics which - are especially suitable for the woman who would be dressed in ' the apparel of the appearance of linen and Us sheer ; as the finest lawn. The proper materials for the ; making of a summer gown, elegant enough to wear ; to the coast or cool and comfortable enough to wear during the. summer at home. "When it comes to piece goods, Lesueur-Gibbons has the stock, the largest in the city. An extra; ordinary, line of India Linons, Persian Lawns, French Organdies, Swisses, Mulls, plain and fig ured Lawns, Linens in all shades, Crepes for ki ll loims raid gowns, Dimities and Ginghams. A line of piece goods which. have prices at tached tliat have always been low. The Old Reliable Store. The-Home of Bargains All the Time. LesueurGibbons Co. Mesa, Arizona. .Hit-M-l-Mi-1 1M1 li-l' M"M"M"I'I Hilt Ml 11111 IfW'UfHH WHEN YOU WANT GOOD GOODS You want them good. This is the kind of goods you get when you eat our frozen dainties under the swinging palms, at HOLLADAY'S. lesa Butter For Sale by All Leading Grocers in Arizona and Mexico. .... THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. will take you through to Roosevelt from Mesa In ten hour. On ' f the most scenic stage routes In America. live relays. Pbone ma for Information. Fare, (COO. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. $60,000.00 I H i h 11 III I H"l M IIIIIUIIH FIRELESS COOKERS Cool, Clean and Convenient' O. S. STAPLEY & CO. Mesa, Arizona. 4-H-H llll t I II HI'HH II II III .HWH 1 1 HI I 1 1 III I 1 I I 111 t M FANCY VACATION, TOGS in tropical weights. Business suits that satisfy. I ' trices always consistent wun quaiiiv. A. HUNSAKER. hiiiHniiiiiiiinimiiH'iii Mi' n ti 1 1 n 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 i i iHlllMlllllUllllllHW 4-1 ! The Salt River Valley Bank :: The repre s e n t a t i v e ' '. bank of Mesa. We j j welcome your account. ' mn i m 1 1 1 1 in ii ii 1 1 1 iii' t..M..H..H"H I 1 I H'K"1"M".''M".".' Ranchers or employers of V labor wishing help . or men J. wanting . work can be supplied A i i 'i rjv notifying l GROVER'S PLACE. J ri ,hH.'I"1-'H"H H"M' MM ! I M- M II I 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 M I 1 1 1 1 1 J i Snap in School Land J f ICO'. acres with $2500 brick house; 120 acres of alfalfa, balance grain all fenced and cross fenced with 2lo shares water. Close to Mesa. Pri;e' for short time $8000; Terms. Fortv acres two miles out; $2000 brick house, ample accommodations; tract in high, state -of cultivation. Price $8000. Easv terms. i i ' i PomeroyGuthrie Realty Company '. ; f The Oldest Realty Co. in Mesa. T 111111 IIIHH 1 1 1 111 1 I 1 H I' A strictly fancy creamery product for table use, always pure and fresh. The Mesa Dairy & Ice Co. Manufacturers. THE CAPITAL AND -SURPLUS of -THE MESA CITY BANK We solicit your patronage M 1 t H I I I II I II I H II I Ml 4 I AND OIL STOVES IHHIM1I 11 1 I M 1 IIIHHt Mil IMH'IHIHI I IHIIH', 'iHHii 1 1 1 1 1 i in 1 1 nun Mesa Union High:: School Building Sou- :: venir Spoons at Mesa Jewelry Store I "1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 I I M I M 1 H I- I MltHIII I 1 111 H1HHH M- T The best bread; the most gro- T I ceries for the money at , I Mesa Bakery & Cash Store f , Peterson A Horn. 41"! I I H 1 1 1 I I I 1 I I I I M 1 1 1 I' M- H-K I Wl I I 1 I I KM I I 1 l ii l- FENCING Woven and Barb Wire. Carload just In, lowest prices. L. W. Blinn Lumber Co. f MOVING PICTURES 1 Wednesday Night I j . at fllTTTI A TtT1 HI LOY'S RESTAURANT The Best Meals in Town. Short Orders. North Side Main St THE BONUS IS PAID ON EASTERN GANAL CONTRACT GOVERNMENT SCRIP, HOWEVER, IS HELD IN LIEU OF COM PLETION OF CANAL. The Assessment on Acreage Will Be Increased to $1.50 Per Acre Soon. C. A. Baldwin, .of the Mesa City bank, secretary and treasurer of the Highland canal conptruction company, yesterday paid - to Contractor Tom Smith $13,000, the cash' bonus on the construction of the Eastern canal. The Eastern canal is only, forty per cent completed, but in lieu of the unfinish ed contract there has been placed in the vaults of the bank SI 6,000.000.00 in government scrip, which will be held until the completion and acceptance of the. canal. In this connection it might be well to state that tnere are a number of land owners under the canal who will not be' able to ret in on the $1.00 per acre rate on account of not coming into the company before the first of June. The rate has now been put at $1.25 per acre. It. has not been given out au thoritatively, but it Is understood that the, price will be 'advanced to $1.S0 per acre. Those who have not become stockholders In . the Highland Canal Construction company will not be able to get water to their land until the government takes ovr the canal, which may not , be for three and maybe four years from the present time. SWIMMING TIME. With .'the advent of the' summer and the warm, nights there has been a de cided increase in the number of bath ing, wading, swimming, ducking, div ing parties to the canals north of town. These excursions have resulted In several humiliating experiences for a number of the young ladles about town. Only .a. few nights ago a bevy of them were compelled to come home hi the same togs that they wore in the water. On another occasion the young misses, when they went to change their clothes found that . some scala wag had tied knots in several of their garments, and as a result they had to stand around for a long time in their wet overalls until" ' several of them caUght an awful cold. . CHANGE AT THE LAUNDRY The Mesa steam laundry has been leased to J. Frailer, who has assumed charge. !tfr. Frazier. is expecting a practical laundryman . from. Pueblo. Colo., to arrive soon to take charge of the washing and ironing departments. S. O. Kullerson, the man in charge of the kiuhciry lip until the 1st of June, or thereabouts, has gone to California. CARPENTER IS MISSING Man Named Johnson Was Last Seen Week Ago Last Saturday Night on Desert. A "carpenter named Johnson, who built'' a six -room, house for Charles Hill,-and also a small store building, on the desert four miles east of town, seems to have disappeared entirely fronv the face of the earth. He is re ported to be a first class workman. He has money due him for work which he apparently did not try to collect. He left his tool chest and extra cloth ing when he-disappeared! Contractor Burton ls In search: of the man and would like to locate him if possible,. or at least get some information which would lead to his. whereabouts. ' : NEWS NOTES Mrs. Jamea Hagerlund and Mrs. John W. Hagerlund -left yesterday af ternoon for Los Angeles for the summer.-' - . The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Guy V. Jones, living in Lehi, Is reported as seriously ill. Thomas Buchanan was in from Des ert Wells yesterday and reports feed getting dry on the desert.'. O. S. Stapley , wife and children will leave within a short time for an ex tended sojourn in the mountains in the vicinity of Pjrie, DIRECTORS MEETING The directors of the Salt River Val ley bank met Saturday evening with all present with the exception of Rob ert Scott and J. F. Hemperly, who are out ; of the valley. They report the cohditlon of the. bank excellent. K. P. LODGE MEETING . The K. of P. Lodge In regulur ses sion Monday evening received the resignation of C. C. Manning as master of. exchequer on account of his leaving the valley, Zebulon Pearce was elect -ed to fill the unexpired term. Imme diately upon the close of the regular session three members were Initiated Into the mysteries of the Dallars de gree. , EPWORTH LEAGUE SERVICES The Epworth League program ren dered at the Methodist church Sunday evening was as follows, the theme be ing "The Young People's Age": "Forward', Congregation 'Buttle Hymn" :.'.:.. :... Congregation Prayer Rev. A. L. Hawley Opening Remarks ....... .W. H. Hogle Solo . . Mrs. Ruth Huber "The Recognitlon-of-the Young Peo ple" E. D. Tway "Young People to the Front" Miss Henrietta Irwin "The Modern Movement of the Churches" r.. Otis Norton Solo . . . . ; .Mrs. .V.. S. Dorman "The 'Epworth " .League In This Movement'' .-."...t .Irwin Thompson "The Young People and .the Future" k.. ,. Walter Tway Conclusion ..." Rev. A. L. Hawley Kong -Congregation Benediction ' THE V0TIK6 CONTEST BEGOiNG 1NTEBE51G; MSS HELEN MUMFORD IS LEAD- j ING THE LIST FOR GODDESS j i OF LIBERTY. . i Jesse Robertson Leads For the Honors of Miss Mesa Cantaloupe. The voting contest for honors on the Fourth of July Is becoming more In teresting as the time draws closer to the finish. Helen Mumford has jump ed up to first place In the Goddess of IJberty column, with Vera Rlchens not far behind. Jessie Robertson Is leading in the Miss Mesa Cantaloupe list, with Pearl Felton second. The votes at the last count were as follows: Goddess of Liberty, Helen Mumford J204 Vera Richins 700 ; Deborah Allen 100 1 Hilda Ellsworth 75 i Gertrude Hanson 75 j Glee Popejoy 65 Amy Allen r6 ' Zelma Babbitt 55 Minal Hawley 8 Miss Mesa Cantaloupe. Jessie Robertson 1068 Pearl Felton S30 Fred Harris 25 i Mabel Pomeroy 20 Elsie Jones 20 Irene Noble 20 Grace Peterson 10 Ethel Sirrlne 10 Louise Blackburn 6 Grace Hunsaker 2 Uncle Sam Erastus Leila ron 77 Claude Van Antwerp 65 Will Marlar 32 Joseph Stewart 30 J. T. Lesueur 13 A. B. Obarr 10 Wni. Passey 10 Jack Allison, 10 J. G. Spangler 4 A. J. Chandler 2 Dudley S. Lewis 2 Horace Lee 10 Jim Anderson 10 Don E Pack 3 W. C. T. U. MEETING The Young Woman's Christian Tem perance union will meet Friday night of this week at the home of Miss Hen rietta Irwin, the subject for the even ing being "Floral Missions." The mem bers are asked to bring their yearly dues, as they will be collected at this time. SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM Students Have Persuaded the Regents to Put in That Department. St. Paul, Minn., June 14 The et forts of the students of the University of Minnesota fo the past two years to persuade the regents to establish a course in journalism have succeeded and the university will begin making newspaper men according to the most approved rules in the fall. The course has finally received the hearty en- dorsement of the university authorl- j ties and will be made thoroughly com- I prehensive. I Minnesota's action follows that of I Missouri and of several leading unl- j versities. The course laid out for the training of Minnesota youth in the 1 newspaper profession will be thorough ly practical and one of its important The Big' Remodeling' Sale is on at TMF, FOPU3LA Prices have been further cut and slashed. The sale prices have been put into effect in every de partment. All this week goods; wilt arrive direct from the eastern markets seasonable goods that were purchased late in the wholesale market sea son, and at a 20 per cent reduction. You get the benefit of the 20 per cent. Here is evidence, con vincing and final, read these prices and decide forv yourself. Calicoes, per yard . . . .5c Indies' 13c Hose now, per. pair .8 l-3c Children's Hose, regular price 15c, now 7c Regular 65e Ladies' Summer Union Suits now 35c Ladies'. Lingerie Suits, elegantly trimmed in lace, regular $5.50 values, now going at $3.25 '"South Macdonald St. Premium Sale at the Toggery Is without doubt the greatest price-smashing crusade ever instituted in the town. We Jiave brought the cost price and the selling price so close together that it lias caused friction. In order to relieve the friction we have commenced the giving away of a cake of pure, delicately perfumed Soap to every customer who calls and registers his name and .address. We are absolutely going to quit the piece goods business. We are going to deal in ready-made apparel for men, women and children. That's why we are giving such bargains. Kead this list over and then listen to the "dimes and nickels in your pocketbook plead with you to get out and go after some of them. Are 30U going away? Yes? You'll need a Suit Case and a Trunk. You want one to loan your neighbors and one for yourself. Our Trunks and Suit Cases are the best bargains in the valley. v . ii . . . mi af: : - .5" 3 -.. , .... 3f'! I A" W r 20 OFF Premium Day all This Week off features. lnady decided u)Kn, is that In addition to the regular class room work the course will be largely de pendent upon lectures from prominent newspaper men in the northwest, known for their experience and ability. These lectures will constitute the main stay of the course and the other work will be built up around them in such a way ns to bring the practical prob lems of newspaper making and news grthering to the fore. Governor John A. Johnson, who is by profession a newspaper map, ancj who has had long experience in reporting,. In the editor's chair and as an owner of newspapers, will be one of the lecturers this fall, ani associated with him will be other IMC rami Disease I- a V. ' Jb terms into the home and : II To, and also the greatest 1 destroyers or property. Stearns1 Electric Rat nd Roach Paste 11s a sore exterminator of nts. mice, eockroscaea sod all Ter rain. It is better than traps It drives them out of tba bouse I die. Money back it it falls, t . Sok IS SI. OS oldvvtrywlier or tent xprM prpaM on receipt 01 price. kllMrst' Eltctric fnt U.. - Cklcin, III. I jotSt5! 100 pieces ular 15c values. vard I :..f -. I?-.? , The Toggery men equally well known in the pro. fession in the northwest. The course is designed to prepare bright young men with requisite qual ifications for work on modern news papers and the an.bitiou of the univer sity authorities Is- to make the course sufficiently complete and to conduct it along such lines that a graduate will be equipped to take up the work of newspaper reporting without other ex- penence. it is beiievea mai wun me j co-operution of northwestern newspa Ijier men this can be brought about, i The university offers Its on field j for practice, the students themselves I being the publishers of a bright daily I newspaper of considerable pretensions. There .are several other student publl-. If you have prickly heat don't scratch, when you can be quick ly relieved by using Everybody's Prickly Heat Remedy. It re lieves quickly, surely and pleasantly. Ladies' Colored Lawn, One Piece Suits, trimmed in lace,1 regular value $3.50, going now. at. $1.95 Beautiful line Silk Messaline Princess Suits in all colors, regular $20.00 values, on sale now at. .$13.50 Our regular $17.50 Princess Suits now. . . $12.00 Our regular $13.00 values going now at. $8.50 Ladies' Brilliantino Skirts in blue, brown and gray, -regular $4.00. values, going now at $235. Ladies' Brilliantine Skirts in blue, brown, and gray, $5.00 values, going now at , $3.50 The big sale continues throughout the week. This, space will be filled with prices irresistible upon the arrival of our new shipments this week. fine Dress Ginghams, reg- Premium Sale, per .9C 25 pieces best Percales, '10 inches wide, worth 18c. Premium Sale, yard. . .11c 18c White Linene Suiting. Premium Sale, yard .10c 29 pieces White Organdie and Lawn, regular 20c and 25c values. Premium Sale, yard 10c 15c yard English Nainsook. Premium Sale', yard 9c 25c yard White Madras Suiting and Dotted Swiss. Premium Sale, per yard 12c 20c yard -White Curtain Scrim. Pre mium Sale, yard 11c 25c Feather Ticking, two colors. Pre mium Sale, yard 16c 20 cations, several of which have already done good work in training student for active newsnaoer work. I H II I II ill H H I H I Mil I I t- 15 Acres Six-room house, good well of water, orchard, plenty of. shade around the house; one-fourth mile out. Mesa. Land Co. Mesa, Ariz. .1H'H' 1'K"H"H I 1 I VI I I I I I 11 1' North of "Alhambra Hotel. I J Box 247. J IHIItlHIIIIMIIIIIIIHM Ray Manguenpson Is reported on the sick Hot. .