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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1909.
r 2 ; L it Kf (J i jl l 0J POSTOFFICE LORE THEATER FOR THE SEASON mm. HTV 1 PTl A HIGH-CLASS LIST 0 ATTRACTIONS. The Enviable Reputation if Phoenix at a Show Town. Theater-goers of Phoenix have now laid before them such a menu of at tractions for the coming season as they have never before enjoyed and the pro pram is not yet complete. The work of the local management of the Elks' theater has been made easier by the growing reputation of phoenix as a show town. There was a time when the better companies did not care to come here, but that time nas passed away within the last two or three years. This !s now regarded as the best theatrical town in the entire south west, which is a pretty big territory. Mr. Grant, representing John Cort of New York, who is in control of the theatrical situation in this country, and through whom 90 per cent of the at tractions for the coming season have been secured, was in town for a couple of days, leaving on Monday night for the south. Mr. Grant was shown over the Elks' theater by George Kirkland, w ho is now in charge. Mr. Grant was much pleased with the appointments of the house and he said that he knew of no other town near the size of Phoe nix which so nearly met his opinion of what a theater ought to be. He took a deep itnerest in the amusement situation here and undertook to say that it would be the business of his agency to see that the theater-goers of Phoenix are well served in the fu ture. Mr. Grant is in charge of the agency at Salt Lake. Jos. H. Wheelock, Jr.. the manager of the theater, has gone to New York and the time of his return is Indefi nite. In the meantime, the theater Is under the management of Mr. Kirk land. t The Republican some time ago print ed a list of the attractions that had been secured at that time, but since then several other contracts have been signed. The list to date is as follows: October 21 Sousa's Band (matinee and night). November 5 Land of Nod. November 8 Girl at the Helm. November 9 Joseph and William Jefferson. November 18 Texas. November 23 Sunny Side of Broad way. December 6 John E- Young Opera Company. December 15 David Warfield. Decemver 22 Olga Nethersole. December 28 Three Twins. December 29 Florence Gare (Opera) in Fluffy Ruffles. December 31 Just Out of College. January 1 Just Out of College. January 11 Human Hearts. January 12 Tlee Man on the Box. January 15 Charles Hanford. January 18 Forty - Five Minutes From Broadway. January 24 In Wyoming. January 27 Max Figman in Com mencement Days. February 3 Strongheart. February 7 Lion and the Mouse. February' 23 Norman Hackett. March 21 William Collier. Among the other attractions are Grace George, Murray and Mack, "A Cowboy Girl," "Married in Haste," "Tempest and Sunshine" and "San An tonio." o PROMINENT CITIZEN OF BENSON DIES Herman Gerwein a Resident and Busi ness Man of Many Years. New Offices, Old' Ones Restablished, Money Order Service Extended. Benson, June 21. (Special. Corre spondence of The Republican.) Her man Gerwein an old-time resident of Benson died at the Sisters' hospital at Tucson. June 20. 19t9 at 2:30 o'clock a.m. Mr. Gerwein was sixty-six years of age and a native of Austria. He left a wife and two little girls . to mourn his loss and they have the sympathy of the entire community. Mr. Gerwein had been in the lumber business here for a great many years and he had mnny friends among all classes of citizens. He was a staunch republican, well known to tie leaders of the party in the territory. He was an affectionate husband and father, a kind neighbor and an honest man. There has been a good deal of sick ness here from some undiscovered cause, though Benson is recognized as one of the most healthful towns in the territory. All the cases of illness are mild however and soon yield to treat ment. The people here are rejoicing at the near completion of the Benson canal. While the canal is not quite finished, it is supplying water to all of the farmers who are ready to use it, in abundance. There are some fine crops and varieties of vegetables growing under the canal such as Irish and sweet potatoes, cabbage, cantaloupes, watermelons, onions, beans, corn and other garden stuff that cannot be beat in any man's country. The soil and climate here are perfection. I The railroad business here is grow ing tremendously.: Range cattle are looking well but rain is badly needed. Another point of . view in the rapid growth of Arizona, is the springing up of new post offices. The following post offices have been established, not merely within the last year, but within the past few months. Apache, Cochise county: Copper Hill, Gila county: Courtland, Cochise county; Fair View, Graham county; Gold Flat, Mohave county: Oro Blan co, Santa Cruz county; Price, Pinal county; Rice, Gila county; Sayers, Yavapai county; Sheldon, Graham county; Swansea, Yuma county; Truitt, Cochise county; Walker, Yav apai county. Nearly all of the above are new mining camps, though Rice is the location of the 'Indian school on the Apache reservation. The post office at Talkali has been changed to Rice, and Vivian to Oat man. Though sejeral of the offices have been discontinued, the new estab lished offices are in the majority. The following postoffices have been discontinued: Bellemont, mail goes to Maine; Black Diamond, mail goes to Pearce; Boyles, to Clifton: Crowley, to Globe; Grand view, to Grand Canyon: Mc- Cracken, to Yucca: Mellen, to Needles Cal.; Oxbow, to Paysou; Pieacuo, to Uedrock: Ventura, to Wagoner. Several offices have been re-es tablished. They are as follows: Haynes, Yavapai county: Hunt, Apache county; Taylor, Navaji county. Nelson has been shifted from Mo have, to Yavapai county. A number of new offices have been added to the money order list, and are as follows: Adamana, Bouse, Cedar, Courtland. Franklin, Ganado, Harqua Hala, Iron Springs, Junction, Nelson, Oatman. Oro Blanco, Pinto, Pool, Puntenney. Ray, Rice, Twin Buttes, Winkleman, Yucca. The office at Roosevelt will be raised July 1st from fourth to third class. . o 1,000 LBS. BIG RIPE CHERRIES, 10c PER LB. 1.000 BOXES CALI FORNIA BLACKBERRIES, 3 FOR 25c McKEE'S CASH STORE. JOHNSON PHOTOGRAPHER, 512 S. Hill St. Leading ground floor studio, Los Angeles. ( ALASKA CRUISES Summer Tours from Seattle via "Inside PanwKe" to Land of Midnight n. Glaciers. Icebergs. Mountains. Minutes and Totempoles. Strictly Limited to First Class RorSD Trip I'Assr.sfcKKs. S. S. QUtf N. Mr 1 5. 31; S. S. SPOKANE, Wr II. i. 1 4. Reservations should be made at once and secured by deposit. Literature free. C. D. DUNANN, fee. Pass. AfMt Pacific Cms! St rim ski Cteipany 112 Market Street, San Francisco and back $110. Fir.t Clau Beats Them All for sailing, surf boat inK-surf-board riding, sea bathinr. swimming: and aquatic sports; fishing, base ball, tennis, golf, automobiling. Most at tractive spot on entire ronad the world tour. Five and one-half days from San Francisco by S.S. Alameda (wireless), sailing June 5 6. July 17th. Aug. 7. etc. BOOK NOW and secure the best ferths. Lin to Tahiti, New Zealand and Australia S. S. MarirKa sailing July 1. Aug. A. etc Tahiti & back 5:5 Wellington hack SJHI. O. S. S. Co- 673 Market St.. S-i francisco CLARK'S CRUISES of the "CLEVELAND" (Hamburg-American Line) 18,000 tons, brand new, Round superbly fitted. THE WORL D From New York October 16. 1909.' from San Francisco Feb. 5. 1910. nearly four months, costing only$6.r0 AND UP. in cluding all expenses afloat and ashore. SPECIAL FEATURE S: Madeira, Egypt. India. Ceylon, Burma. Java, Bor neo. Philippines. Japan. An unusual chance to visit unusually attractive places. 12th Annual Cruise, Feb. 5, '10; by Nortli Oilman I.loyd S. S. "Grosser Kurfurrst." 73 days including 24 days Egypt and Palestine, $400 up. FRANK C. CLARK, TIMES BLDG, N.Y. H- i t-h-H-K-M-H"!' ! ! ! ! H-H-S-H TO PROVE TO YOU THAT EGGM0RE Is the greatest Poultry Food made a trial will do it we will prepay freight on first 100 or ders received, in reply to this ad. 25 lbs, $1.90; 50 lbs., $3.60; 100 lbs., $7.00. Mixed one part Egg-More to six parts bran, or other grain product, makes the greatest egg maker known. Send for free Booklet with tes timonials. WEST COAST MILL E Los Angeles, Cal. PROOF and RAIN PROOF: Xfl NEEDS NO PAINT OR REPAIRS rt .if d J.. Df:. p:AnAA. "PuKK Sn? ." jg dU caujr iwviuigw a iviiv.1 and Pioneer "Rubber Flaxine" are best, for all kinds of buildings. If you ara aot potted on roofings, or if you are. it will pay yon to write for Pioneer Booklet and Sample. PIONEER ROLL PAPER COMPANY Department 67. LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA MANUFACTURERS OF PIONEER INSULATING PAPER. SECURITY Security Building avings BANK Los Angeles OLDEST AND LARGEST IN THE SOUTHWEST Capital and Reserve, over $1,300,000.00 Resources, over $23,000,000.00 Over 50,000 Depositors. A ftL Interest on Savings Accounts r 7U And on Six Months' Certificates of Deposit Deposits Received by Mail Send for Booklet. S 1 -A ffi All aboard for the following Hotels. Summer Resorts, etc. You can wear knock-about clothes or a dress euit. f.sh, hunt, sail or camp, play tennis, golf, bowl, dance or lose yourself among shady nooks and quiet retreats. Illustrated literature, maps and information on the following advertised resorts and hotels will be furnished promptly at The Republican office. INGLE WOOD RANCHO Only 3 Miles From Los Angeles $300 And up per acre. One-fourth cash, balance long time.- These acres are almost in the city, in the growing southwest, where values are rapidly increasing. One aire means a self-supporting home, two acres '"e 0'ln","d three acres absolute comfort, four aires money in the bank, and five airesinae r'i"'' dark, sandy loam soil, perfect for the production of POtoea, onion, rhubarbpeas, beans, corn, cabbage, cauliflower, lettuce, alfalfa, "l" Water piped in steel mains under pressure to ev-ry foot of It from 10."00 gallon reservoir, guaranteed with water certificate which we give to eachpur- Take Inglewood-Redondo Electric ear any place on Broadway, get off at Jngle wood Rancho Station, on the property. All cars stop there. Only twenty-five minutes from this office. -i.. i The greatest growth of Los Angeles is to the southwest, and this close-In acreage will soon be city property. Office Open Daily and Sunday. INQLEWOOO RANCHO 330 South Hill Street Los Angeles. Cal. MAIN-MONETA ACRES S350 And up per acre, with water; one-fourth cash, balance long time. Tlu-se aires are onlv 25 minutes from Second and Broadway, through which the Main-Street Boulevard to San Pedro will pass. This means that this prop erty will double In value very quickly. This soil is a rich, sandv loam, supplied with pure artesian well water, three steel mains to every acre insuring large crops to the rancher. Oranges, lemons, lierries. alfalfa, etc.. can be seen producing large crops at the present time. The land is hiKh and level, with a gradual southern slope, accessible to the ocean breezes at all times. Courteous salesmen will meet you at Rosecrans avenue to show these beauti ful acres. Adjoining acres are selling from $1000 to $1300. As a good Investment this is unequalled in Southern California. Take Jloneta Avenue. Kedondo Short Line car anywhere on Broadway and bet Off at Rosecrans Avenue. Or go out with us. MAIN-MONETA ACRE8 330 South Hill Street Los Angeles, Cal. N I "The Safest Beach" The Resort Where the People Go 300 charming villas and bungalows, located on beautiful salt water ca nals. These villas are completely furnished for housekeeping. They rent from $15 to $:Jo per month. The Beach of Up-to-date Attractions Band concerts daily. Auditorium, aquarium, ship cafe, dancing pa vilion, bowling alleys, bath houses, miniature railroad, row boats, gondolas, midway and many others, are the daily amusements at VENICE Spend Your Vacation at Venice THE ELKS WILL HAVE TWO SPECIAL DAYS AT VENICE IN JULY SURF BATHING IS SIMPLY DELIGHTFUL AT Ya' Vnu alwuava know vou are safe. a undertow. because there is no YOU SHOULD SEE THE LITTLE TOTS Already in that great big open air swimming pool.' I low thev do enjo' it! : , ' We still have Tent Booklets to send you. H. F. Norcross, Agt., Joshua S. Hammond, Mgr.. 334 S. Spring St., ; Coronado Beach, Cal. Los Angeles, Cal. ON G Each BATTLE CREEK SANITARIUM SANITARIUM METHODS SuksV Madera. A dirt olacs when ytm should paid your Saragnr Vscaaoa. Vsrr Mooanut Rai . IJooIIm FREE: W RAY SIMPSON. Mw, LONG BEACH. CAL SPECIAL LOW SUMMER RATES. THE ANGELUS. (European Plan.) Xxa Angeles. In the heart of city: cars direct to hotel from all depots. Close Id all theaters, stores and public buildings. The beautiful Angelus Grill is noted the west over. Cuisine unexcelled. C. C. Loom Is Harry Loom la. Props. HOLLENBECK HOTFL a. c. BiLicKEQg ANGELES, CAL.JNO- s- m'tchell ARIZONA HEADQUARTERS. New Fire-Proofing. 500 ROOMS Re-Furnished THROOP POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE Located in Pasadena, the most beautiful city of Cal ifornia. Science, Arts, Industry. College of En gineering, Academy, technical 'and literary, shop work for hoys, home economics for girls. New campus of 20 acres. Send for Catalogue. J. A. B. SCHERER Ph. D. LL. D. t "THOUSANDS OF CALIFORNIA AND NE VADA PEOPLE PLAY AT SANTA CRUZ WHY NOT YOU?" SANTA CRUZ, CAL. HAS THESE ADVANTAGES OVER MOST SEA SIDE RESORTS: It combines the pleasures of bathing, boating and fishing, with the enjoyments of the mountains. The Beach at Santa Cruz is only twenty min utes from the famous Big Trees of California. Fish for salmon in the Bay in the morning at Santa Cruz and in the afternoon whip the streams for trout in the shade of the giant redwoods. Mr. Vacation Man, try Santa Cruz this year. You've heard of it, but possibly never seen it. Address BOX E, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, 2 lor literature and let them obtain your accommoda t tions, also. SANTA BARBARA BEACH COTTAGES SANTA BARBARA, CALIF. Furnished Palm Cottages with all accommodations for light house keeping. Free electric light and water. Good sewerage system. Perfect sanitary conditions. Fine Boating. Bathing, Fishing, Driving and everything that makes every day delightful at Santa Barbara's Palm Cottages, by the -sea. Reasonable rates. Full particulars and booklet, write J. L. Barker, 319 Anacapa St., Santa Barbara, Calif. RADIUM SULPHUR SPRINGS ColegTOve, Los Angeles. Take baths in liquid sunshine. Drink the most radio active, curative Mineral Water in California. It revivifies and rejuvenates keeps you healthy and young. It sparkles -and foams like Champagne. The Hot Baths i ure Rheumatism. Heart. Stomach. Liver, Kidney and Blood and Skin Troubles Const itpation. Obesity. Poor Circulation. Malaria. Asthma. Chronic Colds, Neu ralgia, Sciatica. Bright'a iJisease. Paralysis, Nervous and Spinal Diseases. A'co holism. Makes skin velvety, hair glossy: Btops hair falling out. Chronic cases cured. Physician in charge. Water by bottle or case. Send for booklet. Take Melrose Av." cars via Broadway, direct to Ssrings; 5c fare. BIMTNI HOT SPRINGS HOTEL Los Angeles. The most curative treatment known for rheumatism. Beautiful scenery cool ocean breeze. Hot mineral water In every room; no noise, no dust, no tips. Street cars to door. Pamphlets at office or by writing Dr. G. W. Tape. Medical Sup'L FOLLOWS' CAMP The gem of the mountain retreats only four hours -from Los Angeles In the heart of giant mountains that shut out .the world. Splendid trout fishing and hunting; good saddle horses: invigorating air; grand scenery every convenience wholesome home cooking: finest vacation place in Southern California. For de scriptive bolder. R. M. Follows. Azusa. Home phone "Azusa" 5239 THE MAYFAIR APARTMENTS 40 St. James Park, Los Angeles, Calif. Just opened. Exclusive apartments for exclusive people, the most beautiful residence section of Los Angeles. Ideally situated In LOST Rheumatism and Stomach troubles. FOUND Health and happiness at M urn eta Hot Springs, Murrieta, Cal. America's finest Sulphur Mud Baths and Swimming Pool. Booklet at information bureau, or by writing. Fritz Guenther, Prop. H. Guenther, Manager. Tff) 1 as. -, Jfcy'ea-T- mk jP!!NaTfcWlr T ocu 1 n-uu muuniAiN KtsUHT ON MT. LOWE ,SLf im 6 alJ?ve the sea. Am. plan. $3 per day. J15 per week. Choice of rooms. in hotel or cottages. Spend a vacation 5uo ft. above sea, among great pines and gfc. orp-aTolPe. """ FC"iC E'eCtHC DOUGLASS TERRACE 1021 W. 7th St., Los Angeles. Airy, cool, elegantly furnished, 3 Mocks to P. o. Rates moderate Phones, Home 53203. Sunset Main 22 28. y. H. Mead, Prop. Oldest and strongest in the South west. Entire rear, enter anv time. l (jff(CvsS7'j w-st ' Entire 'ear- nter ar,y tlme' :trJ6'uJc'st lltfc ..Positions secured. Write for catalogue. i-os Angeies, lai. k. k. ISAACS, President M j i ;; ,;;, f 1 H1 t 1 1 I I I I I II I ! I II 11 1 I I III" SANTA CATALINA ISLAND. Season 1909. Free Camp Ground, with water. Great Canvas City. Good hotel accommodations. Porter's Catalina Marine Band. Great Fishing Tournaments. Boating, Bathing, Golf, Tennis, Coast Excursions, etc. Write for folder giving complete information. Banning Co., 10 Pacific Elect. Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. H-H-M III 'M-M-H-M 1 I I I t I 1 H-1 ! 1 I m-H t I H 1 Mil i I HEALD'S 614 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. Send for Catalogue . j. w. LAO KEY, Manage U SPECIAL W v - y. U2 SI SPECIAL SUMMER RATES (lUWUN PIAM SI.OO PER DAY AMD UPWARDS S1.50 PER DAY WITH PRIVATE BATH AMD UPWARDS ON OF THE NEWEST AND FINEST MOTELS IN CALIFORNIA BROADWAY AT SEVENTH eraser Coo ecu a Davis. Lessees n Free auto bus meets all trains. LOW SUMMER RATES , HOTEL ROBINSON. San Diego. Largest and best hotel. 200 outside rooms. 70 private baths. Table the very best. Moderate priced cafe. Universally conceded to be the most healthful resort in California. 185 feet above the sea. No dampness, chilly i winds or fog. High, dry ami healthy. Overlooking the city, bay and miles of ocean. Special rates by week or month. Street cars from all parts of city paaa door. HOTEL SANTA RITA 1104 S. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL. STRICTLY MODERN. Los Angeles' latest and newest com mercial hotel. Hates 11. 00 to J3.00 per day. Special rates by. the week or I month. W. J. St'HKAUEK, Mgr. BEAUTIFUL OCEANSIDE San Diego County. EL SAN LUIS REV HOTEL By the Sea. Safest surf bathing. Am. plan. $12.00 per week up.- H. T. Blake & Sons, Props. I ! ! ! I i.."M"M' H-: M l I l l-th I SURF BATHING FINEST AND SAFEST AT DEL MAR THE STRATFORD INN i Situated on bluffs. Elevation 85 feet. 500 teet from ocean. Fin est fishing and outdoor sports. Special weekly rates. L. E. FELLOWS. Manager. 4. Del Mar is in San Diego county, T 28 miles north of San Diego. T'l' T i T'I"I' I I I I I 1 I l M-H' H 'I ! M I BYRON SPRINGS Guarantees to cure rheumatic gout and sciatica where no ether erganic disease exists. 11-2 hours from San Francisco. Buy tickets and check baggage direct to Byron, Cal. Delightful environment: one of California's best hotels. Address Man ager Byron Hot Springs Hotel P. O., Cal., fur booklet. RUDDER'S GRILL CAFE AND ROOM 3rd and D Sts., San Dleyo, Cal., In the Cnion building, makes a specialty of the best in the market at popular prices. Beer. 'Wine or Ale served with meals. HARRY RUDDER, Proprietor. HOTEL COLUMBINE. 918 West 6th St., Los Angeles, Cal. Low rates for sum mer. Excellent table. American plan. Cool vranda. Privale baths if neces sary. Phone F 4720. HOTEL CORONA Corner 7th & Broadway, LOS ANGELES, CAL. Furnished roams, single and an ttfite. Rates moderate. Central loca tion. Quiet and refined. Street cars from all depots. SEATTLE HOTELS SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. "12 Stories of Com- Hotel Savoy : Concrete, steel and marble. In heart of city. 210 rooms. 135 bath. Eng. lish Grill. $1.00 up. JMUOJf Best School on the coast. Cheap board, low rates, cool rooms. Open all summer. Catalogue free. MILLS COLLEGE Only woman's Col lege on Pacific Coast. Entrance and graduation requirements equivalent to Stanford and University of California. Cirriculum especially adapted to needs of western women. Training fits stud ents for teaching regular lines of aca demic work, and offers spcial advan tages for music, theory and history of art. home economics and library study. Well equipped laboratories for science and experimental psychology. Special attention to health of students. Out door life and sports. Ideal climate and surroundings. 3rd and 4th years of College Preparatory during 1909-10: Fall semester begins Aug. 11. 1909. Address President's Secretary. Mills College P. O., California. SAN FRANCISCO VETERINARY COLLEGE. Catalog mailed free. Dr. Keane, 1S18 Market St. 0