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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1909. '
13 4 EPAIBIXG WANT Jobbing work, carpentering:, furniture repairing;, painting, paper hanging. Terms moderate. 731 K. Van Buren St GUNS repaired at Galpin'a store. PUMP AND WIND MILL repairing, pipe and steam fitting. Fred Bryan, 125 E. Jefferson St. Phone Main 24 REPAIRING GUNS, LAWN MOW ERS. MOTORCYCLES, BICYCLES; SCISSORS AND CUTLERY OF ALL KINDS SHARPENED, PHOENIX CYCLE CO. PHONE MAIN 84. MARKET REPORTS BY PRIVATE WIRE WHEAT. Chicago. June 15. Heavy welling in wheat continued today. There was considerable new business at the open ing. The cables were weak and lower. Advices in regard to foreign crops were a little improved. There was a sud den drop in the July price at Kansas City, where there was such a phe nomenal advance a few days ago. July at Minneapolis also dropped back 2c at one time. The bear forces in the local trade showed more fignl than for some time. Only once did the market have what might be called a quick or strong rally from the early decline. Northwest receipts were 170 cars, comoared with 2S0 a year ago. Minneapolis reduced stocks 525.000 bushels for three days The big mills continued to take large quantities of wheat from the elevators up there. LOGAN & BRYAN. WESTERN MINING STOCKS. Ijikc 23 Penn 4i Warren 2T Helvetia 5i tjuincy .- 92 Nipisring 10 Green Cananea 10 Superior A Pittsburg 14 Miami 16U Utah Consolidated 4414 ld Dominion 55'4 North Butte 58 Calumet & Arizona . 18U Butte Coalition 6'4 Shannon 1614 Shattuck 19 Arizona Commercial 41; C...be 4 Black Mountain 97 Cumberland Klv 8 ',4 Nevada Consolidated 23 Giroux 7 Si National Extension 50 Superior A Boston 1S-T4 Kay 17 H: Ray Central 3 '4 Rawhide 24 Inspiration 7 Gila .' 6S Chino 8 Newhouse 2', 4 FRANK J. O'BRIEN. Broker. A FEUD ON THE BUCKEYE RENEWED IN PHOENIX Otis Fleming has broken out again. He may have broken out before but now, for the first time since he riddled Ben Marshall with shot .in an affray at Buckeye last winter, he lias not come within the purview of the au thorities until now. Complaint was made against him by two of the neighbors by the name of Dixon, father and son, who said that he had been inakimr sanguinary threats against them. He wa found at a corral and his condition indi cated that he had ground for ill feel ing against somebody. One arm was swollen to twice Its natural size and there were lacerations all over one side of his face and his head. His wounds were healing. He said they had been inflicted a couple of weeks ago in the course of a misunderstand ing at Buckeye. Yesterday seems to have been the first time he and the Uixons had met since that encounter. The trial of Fleming was set for to day before Justice Johnstone. Flem ing said that this litigation would be followed by a complaint against the Irtxon family. In the cane of the Marshall shooting the Dixons were two of the chief wit nesses for Fleming. Fop the Summer's Cooking No kitchen appliance gives such actual satisfaction and real home comfort as the new Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook Stove. Kitchen work, this coming .summer, will be better and quick er done, with greater personal comfort for the worker, if, instead of the stifling heat of a coal fire, you cook by the etnet titrated mm vmmim WicMue Flame OUlCooli-Stove Delivers heat where yon want 5t nerer where you don't want it-' thus it doe not overheat the kitchen. Note the CABINET TOP, with shelf for wanning plates and keeping food hot after cooked, also convenient drop shelves that can be folded back when not in use, and two nickeled bars for holding towels. Three sizes. With or without Cabinet Top. At your dealer's, or write our nearest agency. OFFICIAL DOG CATCHER TENDERS RESIGNATION Several Reasons For His Retirement to Private Life. There is an interregnum in the of fice of official dog catcher after an administration of one day. The col ored functionary who rejoices in the name of Mr. Winceszlaowski, or some thing like that, announced his resigna tion yesterday morning. He had more trouble the day before than lie thought fell to the lot of the dog catcher. It was also an office that very little hon or attaches to. as he discovered, or lie had never held an ofice before. Then the last straw on the camel's back was the illness of his horse. When he entered upon his duties he made a requisition on the supply" department of the city for horse feed. Through the error of some one there was de livered to him a bag of bran instead of a bag of barley. When he came down town yesterday morning with his mind half made up to quit the busi ness he found his horse was suffering from an intestinal disorder, and that settled It. He then submitted his resignation, and as becomes one about to retire voluntarily from office, his reasons therefor. He explained that lie had lived in Phoenix for some time sup porting himself by days work. His clientele was scattered all over the city and he had flattered himself that he stood pretty well with it. If some body wanted a carpet beaten or win dows cleaned or a garden mowed, a call was put in for Mr. Winceszlaow ski. He had already made a trail of enemies in one dav of service and he fiKiired that In three months every householder In town would be his per sonal enemy. The dog-catching srasop, he figured, was brief, while the chore season lasts all the year. BORAX TRUST'S ATTACK ON CHIEF CHEMIST WILEY In Hit Absence Effort Being Made to Overthrow His Ruling on Pure Food Act Washington. I). C., June 11 (Spe cial correspondence of The Republi can.) Evidences continue to multiply that the campaign against: Dr. H. W. Wiley, chemist of the department of agriculture,' and his decisions under the food and drugs act, will be prose cuted uith increased Igor during rr. Wiley's absence abroad. The war be tween the friends of chemical preserv atives and the health authorities goes merrily on, notwithstanding the Rem sen board's report and the decision of the national food commission on ben zoate of soda. The Remsen board's report fell flat here because the ques tions referred to it were of minor im portance, relating merely to the effect of small doses of benzoate of soda ad ministered to healthy young men and not touching on the broader and more Important questions, as far as the pub lic is concerned, tf whether the pre servative is used to render eatable foods which otherwise would be con demned. It Is generally recognized that although, millions are involved in the benzoate of soda controversy, the bulk of the money is behind other pre servatives, especially borax, which is controlled by the borax trust. Wiley's decision under the food and drugs act, as far as they related to preserva tives, affected benzoate of soda, sul phur, borax and formaldehyde. He has been reversed on the first. Is under investigation on the second, borax Is to follow and formaldehyde is the only one which seems to have no friends. When the friunds of reservatives arc through with Dr. Wiley the situation promises to be the same as it was prior to the jassagc of the food and drugs act. To pave the way for the ultimate setting aside of the act as far as pre servatives are concerned, the public mind is being prepared to receive a decision on borax permitting its use by a series of what are ostensibly scientific treatises on the subject of " ii TiMiniainiiBinaiJ.iihV Tin. " 1 1 VJM 2C Ail The SXSr T A WP nevr disappoints eafe, CyV economical and a woo- derful light giver. Solidly made, beautifully nickeled. Your living-room will be pleasanter with a Rayo Lamp. If not with your dealer, write our nearest agency. STANDARD OIL. COMPANY (Incorporated) HAflBERTS o ' . . J WEST LAWN. : WEST LAWN ADDITION Is situated in northwest part of town, just west of Grand Avenue. One block from ear line. City water on two sides. All in beautiful alfalfa. Building re strictions $1200. Price of one inside lot $173. Price of two or more inside lots $150. Corner lots $200 and r A Snap 10 acres, good alfalfa land, all fenced and water from Salt Kiver canal; one and one-hair.' miles from church, school and creainerv. Let us show you. A bargain for 3L'00. . Greene & Griffin Real Estate & Investment - Company . 127 N. Center St. Phoenix, Arizona. benzoate of soda and chemical pre servatives in general, sent out under the auspices of the "National Akso ciation for the Promotion of Public Health." This so-called "Association" takes no steps to identify itself, ,and in WaHhington medlcaj, scientific and .sanitary circles Is absolutely unknown. As far as can be learned ' none of the many eminent scientists connected .with the government have ever been invited to Join it; none of them know who belongs to it or what its objects are. This is probably due to the fact that the association has taken no steps to make its membership public and t communications are to that extent anonymous. Only one name is known in this connection and that is that of H. L. Harris, or H. K. Langdon. who appears to be one and the same, and the fact that Mr. Harris, or Mr. Lang don, is an employe of the borax trust has caused the general belief In gov ernment scientific circles that the so called "Association for the Promotion of Public Health" exists merely in his imagination and that lie comprises Its entire membership. In consequence no attention is paid to his communica tions. , At the Cosmos club, of Washington, which is the greatest "club" of scien tists in the country, and of which lr. Wiley is a distinguished member. It is not considered "clubby" to dlscufs the different , results reached by Dr. Wiley ami the Remsen board on ben zoate of soda, but the circulation of fake scientific treatises and communi cations from fake associations i3 gen erally condemned. It is pointed out that the medical men who oppose chemical preservatives come out boldly and do so over their own signatures, while the defenders remain anonymous, and that where the manufacturers who do not use benzoate of soda are ad vertising the fact in every possible manner, those who still cling to it never mention the . fact publicly and use the smallest and most inconspicu ous label possible under the law. While Dr. Wiley lias been reversed on benzoate of soda and may be on sul phur and even borax, the opinion at the Cosmos club, among his fellow scientists. Is that he has still the best of the argument. MEXICAN CONCESSIONS. One to the Cananea Company For a Railroad. . Douglas. Ariz., June 13. The Mex ican government has granted conces sions to the Cananea Consolidated Copper company operating at Cananea. Sonora, for a railroad to a point on the Mexican Central railroad in the state of Chihuahua. ' Four concessions, covering sections of the proposed road have been grant ed. MISS ADOAMS HONORED. First Woman President of. Conference of Charities and Corrections. ' " Buffalo, June 15. Miss Jane Adams of Hull House. Chicago, Is the presi dent of the . National Conference of Charities nnd Corrections tor 1910. The SUDIV M'MNCEY 5 T ro I I I I I I I Yii I j it I it n ij it i ' ji ; ' ' ' ; t . t it, f n ' 5 P fco PIERCE sr. 5. I T I I I p I I - " . ' t tj l IS Ik 17 ' M Z Zl a 2S 5 111111 111 I I I i 2 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 5 ;,,. .. s r " 3 7 i : , , . I 1 III 1 1 C I FILM ORF S T $2j0. Jasy terms, bee COSTLEY & THOMPSON'S REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE 43 West Adams St. selection today was unanimous. This is the first time in the history of the conference a woman has had this of .fice. The principal speaker was IJishop Fallows, of Chicago. . o . ANYBODY IN PHOENIX FROM YOUR HOME? We Invite you io call, consult the "States Register" and register your name. See our display advertisement In this paper. Postoffice News Store; A GOOD PROPOSITION ORANGE LAND $5 PER ACRE. READ THIS. Party owning fine section of school land 14 miles southeast from Mesa will sell half for $10 per acre (lease), the money to be invested in a pumping plant and ditches to irrigate the whole; section plant to be own ed by both parties, so buyer would really pay but !5 for the land. Thirty-five feet to water; some flood water can be had from the Highland canal and Queen creek. Soil fertile, rich and level. Elevation 1230 feet. MONEY TO LOAN E. J. Bennitt & Company HM II U K 1 1 1 i M ll ll IIW Pick Up a Lot I ;: in Lincoln Place while :: prices arc low.- -Half ; ; cash, balance in one and '. '. " two years. ;: Page Hanlen & Co. :: ;: 43 West Adams St. :: ;: Phone Red 3911. " H I I I 1 I I i 1 I iT'H'IW'tHttit M I Ml 1 lit1 Ml II 1HMIII II- J. Q. A. KING t Assayer and Chemist . . In Phoenix 14 years. T ' . Large brick furnace; set of T gasoline furnaces; best scales 4. made; all equipment, chemicals. flues, etc.; are - Al ; and the -highest grades in ' the market. Electric power. 18 N. 2ND AVE. Q FOR 8ALE j:;0,000 in equities drawing 8 4-10 per cent interest, . most' of "which' is pay able monthly. 6-room house in good location on easy terms. . 2 lots on Washington street for $300.00. FOR RENT 4 - room - modern brick house close in for S25.00 per month. 5- room modern brick for 130.00 per month. 2-room house, JS. 00 per 'month. 5-room house, H0. 00 per month. To Loan 1200, J 000. $1000, $2500 and up. B. G. PECKA ' Real Eatata, Loan Insurance. . Phone Red'tm. S10-I13 W.. Washington St. nil lllillillln n Vn 1 1 U i i! For Sale ; , , A nice new bungalow ready for , , ' ' use in a good location on Grand " avenue car line. This house can ', be bought on the best of terms '. ', ' ; by applying to my office. 1 1 :: A. R. Taylor jj 7 W. Adama St M II Mil I I 1 1 I III! 1 1 1 I M t IF YOU COULD Take your foot of earth and put it where you wanted to, it's value would be largely increased that's a here location comes in.( Next best thing is to see us and buy a desirable site, or a house on that site, or trade, or rent. We're open for any good real estate propo sition. ELLIOT EVANS CO, 15 E. Adama St. OWN YOUR OWN HOME Let ue help you to be inde pendent, to be your own land lord. Wo control tho choicest suburban property - adjacent to Phoenix. Our lota and acre age propositions aro for sale on very easy terms at low fig ures. Wo will gladly help you to buy and build.' Coma in and see t us. Dwight B. Heard . . Canter & Adama Sts. WIW'HIMU'W IMIH H WE FURNISii with every lot at .JDIANQ'LA-r. Domestic Water, which saves you digging a well; Irrigation Water, which saves your grass and trees. Automobile to show you. This will prove it. We have the soil; take a shovel and dig. We have the j climate; everybody knows time well spent to see a", district which spells suc cess to the neighborhood. Paying rent is criminal when you can buy a lot at $10 down and 10 per mouth. I Southwestern IT'S THE SOIL" f Next Door to P. O. HHHi I 1 1 1 1.1 I II IU S HI Hi " IT'S THE BEETS " That are attracting attention just now. The sugar factory at Olcndale is just beginning to make sugar. The beets have shown up well. Xow'is the time to invest in Glendale land. We still have some of the best laud for sale, close to the factory, in tracts of 10 acres up. , PHOENIX TRUST CO. 1G West Adams Street. V(Wf ... ' P. Minor has completed an up-to-date correct map of Phoenix and addi tions. They ar now ready for sale. h h 1 1 1 1 n h 1 1 m n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 at J MONEY-TO-LOAN . on i Improved Real Estate, x and sold. i I E. A. MARSHALL :: X Real Estate and Mort- : : gage Investments. J 7 W. Adams St. $ mini i Kin i u ii si mill' hi 1 1 1 1 1 m n 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 I FOR SALE-CITY I Price $2250 And ex cellent terms, 5-room modern ,brick cottage with screen sleeping room, in northeast part of ; town,, on car dine; has all modern conven iccnes and well built. Price $2500 Modern 4-room brick cottage with screen sleeping room, shade and lawn; North 3rd street. Good terms. Price $3000 5-room modern brick cottage, with nice shade, lawn, roses, cement walk, close in, north. Price $1100 6-room frame, close in, south part of town; one fourth cash, balance on good terms. i4. 4- The H. I. Latham Co. Real Estate Invest- t ments. - 115 N. Center St. ttTVTT r I I HH"M"H I t 1 1 1 1 t t-H I Mill it. Only a few minutes Realty Co. j Phone Main 280 I Will III I I I 1 Ifll WW NOTICE. ' Having aoJd our drug store to F. D. "Levitt, all accounts to May 25 are due and payable to C. A. Larson. LARSON DRUG CO. ;I iihiiih him in Ml Mini- IMPORTANT! a t Your grain and hay is t in great danger at this season and the cost of protection is small. Harry Kay & Company Insurance Agents, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. I II II MM I I 1 1 II I I 1 I 1 HI 1 ! TUMI I IIIIIIIIIITIHIlll FOR SALE ; New 4-room modern cottage, ', with bath, and 5 acres of land ' in alfalfa, not far from car line. ; ; Price $2350 half cash, bal ! ', ance monthly. f Harry C. Thomas f End of Indian car Una' Phone County 19. - 4 1 1 I I1 II I I I I MM mm A fine 10-acre ranch with small frame house, all in cultivation, fenced, food well and pump. .300 young fruit trees, horse, wagon and harness, 30 to 40 brown Leghorn hens. Only 2 '4 miles northwest of Phoenix: a big bargain, but must be sold quick, for 12500. Furnished and unfurnished houses in all parts of city. COLE BROTHERS. Real Estate aV Rental Agency. 210 W. Wash. St. Phone BIk. 2681. H 4 1 I III M 1 1 II I I I M I I I M Ij' HONEY TO LOAN In amounts to suit Oh improved farms; On improved city property. I UVWU1A VVUIIfUUJ t - 16 West Adams St.