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CENTRAL COMMITTEE IN FINAL CONFERENCE t ! ! '1' i H-t-H-H-M' ! Fashionable Young Men WEAK Speakers Program Being Arranged. Horseracing and Fireworks ' to be Features. Fashion Clothes THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1909. , 1 1 H h i Mill HI 1 1 H H H H M'l'M'frW4M' I ' 1 11 M"l' 11 1 1 M H-1' II HI 11 H H I ; ,h .1 1 1 I MM 1 1 I It 111 IX H hi MA M i ! l i y 1 1H 4tttt rl I I II 1 1 1111 1 H I ! I H frf P Mesa Dep&irftmeiit ' P ? WtWtH'tti 'M-H .1-I-I-l-I-H -M 1 mil H 1 1 1 M-H-H !"M IIWW 1 I 1 1 I I 1 I H 1 I II 1 H HH M I II 1 i I 1 I t 1 1 : I i I I I 1 III I I 'I ? I I-I M I 1 11 M Hit H"M"I"M"H"l"t I' I"i I H"H 1 1 I 1 t I 1 I I 1 I 1 1 fH-HII H' H II 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 I KtH Made by David M. Tlaclzcr & Co. Chicaco. III. ''OUNG men who wish to dress with snap and style cannot find a better garment as Fashion is exclusively for young men. There is life in every graceful line and the workmanship and fit is the finest. No better value for the mone' a wide range in sizes, models and patterns. Prices Range from $7.00 to $25.00 w 1 For Sale by LESUEUR-GIBBONS COMPANY, The House of Reliability." Mesa, Arizona. Holladays is the place to go when you are hot and thirsty. Spend your idle mo ments under the swinging palms. If it is sold at a soda fountain we have it. ' HOLLADAY'S. A strictly fancy creamery product for table use, always pure and fresh. The Mesa Dairy & Ice Co. Manufacturers. For Sale by All Leading Grocers in Arizona and Mexico. Mesa Butter THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. will take you through to Roosevelt from Mesa Id ten hour. One f the most scenic stage routes In America, Five relays. Phone for Information. Fare, 16.00. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. INEBBIACY IS ON THE INCREASE IN MESA A Long Line Faced Justice Irwin Yes terday Morning When Court Convened. $60,000.00 f THE CAPITAL AND SURPLUS J of THE MESA CITY BANK I "We solicit your patronage SCHRAM The Sehram Jars are hermetically sealed and will positively prevent fruit from spoiling. The tops are not screw ed on but pressed down. "They can't leak." For sale onlv bv O. S. STAPLEY & CO. Spring and Summer Hats Commencing Monday, June 21st and ending i x June 26th, our entire stock of Millinery goes at x One-Half Off i Exclusive designs and beautiful shades. Latest models. A. HUNSAKERS j I I I I I I I : ! 1 I 1 1 fr'H "V I i l'M W' .I..; .; 1 I K I I I I H WHT'H";- t The Salt River Valley Bank :: ; : The repre scntativc " ;: bank of Mesa. We :; welcome your account. " H-i-H; 15 Acres! 'I in 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n f Snap in School Land 1G0 acres with $2500 brick house; 120 acres of alfalfa, balance grain all fenced and cross fenced wjth 2V2 shares water. Close to Mesa. Price for short time $8000. Terms. Forty acres two miles out; $2000 brick house, ample accommodations; tract in high state of cultivation. Price $8000. Easy terms. PomeroyGnthrie Realty J Company The Oldest Realty Co. in Mesa. Box 247. I I I I Ml II I I I I I I I I I II I I M I I Six-room house, good well of water, orchard, plenty of shade around the house; one-fourth mile out. Mesa Land Co. $ Mesa, Ariz. T -H-H-K-i-W-H-M I ! I H -M-H-fr' MOVING PICTURES and Dance at THE VANCE Saturday Night When Justice Irwin looked over the top of his t-pectacles yesterday morn ing at nine o'ejock he faced one of the longest rows of derelicts that has been his duty to iiass upon since he has been tn the office. Saturday night was one of those continual rounds of pleasure to a good many men who were loath to go to their homes until they had taken another drink. Mursltl Peterson had his hands full and inci dentally the Jail was full in accommo dating the boys who were out for a pood time. Just why there should have been an unusual number of "hie I'm a wooly wolf sort of men on the streets Saturday night is more than the marshal can understand. He at tributes it partly to the climate and then again its the soil. According to the officer he arrested only the most 'exaggerated'' cases. Joe Rimmer fell in with the bunch and incidentally had a misunderstand ing to the extent of a disturbance. He was caught at it and after the judge had heard his story he marked it down to the ridiculously low price of $10. Herbert Riggs who was also a party to a similar misunderstanding put ten dollars into the city sinking fund to help pay the street sprinkler and build culverts. Orson Vance did not get Included in the disturbance class but he came very near to It. The marshal after thinking the matter over gave him an Al posi tion at the head of the plain drunk line and the justice let him in at the seven dollar rate. Ruperto Ruiz, was accused of being drunk hut he insisted that a mistake had been committed by some one and pleaded not guilty. His case was post poned by the Justice until a later date. l. P. Castro had been fighting and he had the evidence to show just how it had been done. Castro however was not a Saturday night victim of the marshal's dragnet but he came a little earlier. He was caught fighting Fri day evening just after the fire but he took to the timber and was not arrest ed until Sunday. He was fined $10 and paid part, agreeing to settle for the rest on the installment plan. In this connection it might he said that a peculiar condition fares the of ficer in the discharge of his duties. There are a number of Mexicans, the heads of families, who generally have enough money to get polluted and no more. To arrest them and have a trial is an expense to the city while if they are held in jail or made to work on the streets no ps to recompense the mu nicipality their families are bound to suffer. NEW WIRES ARE WORKING. The new telephone system recently installed is working in splendid man ner. Miss Helmer has become ac quainted with the new switch board while Miss Hilda Ellsworth is making good as relief operator. The lines are not all in to the north of town but this Is being done as rapidly as jMissible. SUBJECT FOR REFORM. Some misguided or rather tinguided youth last Friday went to the ranch house nf Mrs. P. M. LeRaron, south west of town, and discharged several twenty-two bullets through the win dows and broke up a number of the dishes and even the lamps. Not being satisfied with this the melon patch was next visited and the largest mel ons were cut and slashed without re gard. The youngster who committed the depredations is under suspicion and arrest may follow. The committ ment of such crimes If proven, may be the means of a sentence In the reform school. The fourth of July central committee will have its final meeting tonight in the office of Doctor Palmer for the discussion of such business that must necessarily come up at this time. The speaking schedule is being ar ranged. It has about been decided to erect a stand Immediately under the water tower for the accommodation of those who will take part in the pro gram. The idea Is to have several speakers who will confine themselves to short addresses. The entries for the horse races have been In for some time. The races will of course be one of the strong drawing cards and It has been planned to hold them as near the city as possible, that as many as care to may witness them. The ball game has been given up. It was thought at first that Tucson could be secured but they have matched a game with Douglas on the 5th. Kelvin was the next choice but Kelvin like wise has other engagements. Manager Steverson has worked long and faith ful to secure an attraction of a good game of base ball but he has simply been working against too great odds. NEWS NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Ixnvis were in the city Sunday for a visit with rela tives and friends. Dr. Moeur of Tempe was a Mesa vis itor making the trip in his new auto mobile. Mr. and Mrs. George Macdonald spent Sunday in Mesa the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank fluff. Leonard Lewis who recently suffer ed a severe fracture of the bones in the ankle and foot is getting along splendidly. Mrs. C. F. Ctandage has gone to Ar lington for a visit with her daughter. Mrs. C. W. Peterson, where she will remain until the lattor part of this week when she will return to Mesa ac companied by her daughter who will stay until after the celebration. Wilmer Stoddard an employe of the Shatturk-Nimmo company as black smith is suffering from a severe case of b'.ood poisoning. Jesse Knton, the young man who was injured by being hit in the eve with a piece uf flying glass during the fire Friday evening is getting Hlong splendidly and It is believed that his sight can be restored. Redondo Lopez, who is employed as a porter at the Oak saloon, is suffer ing with a case of blood poisoning, his arm being swollen several times Its natural size. Mrs. C. A. Raldwin continues very ill at her home. Word has been received from C. Sidney Maddox and wife that they are having a great time on their trip through the north. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Rowen returned from a few- days' visit with friends and relatives in Phoenix Sunday evening. MEETING OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE YESTERDAY Professor Loper's Resignation as President-of the Organization Accepted. A special meeting of the chamber of commerce was called yesterday after noon primarily for the purpose of re ceiving the resignation of Professor J. D. Loper, as president of the organ ization. The matter of a sugar factory at this place was taken up and a general dis cussion resulted. A concentrated ef fort on the part of every' member of the organization Is demanded and it is anticipated that at least sonue head way can be made in the direction of the desired object. It Is a well known fact that Manager Davie while at this place a year ago, after spending some time with Dr. Chandler. In a thorough investigation of the deep wells gave it out that Mesa could support a sugar factory and that his company expected to build more. kH-H-H-H-H-H-i-H-H-S-M- Remnants Remnants AT THE TOGGERY MONDAY, JUNE 28TH, AND BALANCE OF WEEK. - Our most successful 4th of July slaughter sale has left us with thousands of remnants and short lengths in "White Goods, Lawns, Percales, Dimities, Ginghams, Mohairs, Laces, Kibbons, Veiling, etc. These have all been tagged and thrown on our bargain counter at prices that will move them quickly Monday. Our great sale is still on. ' Hundreds of other rare bargains. THE LADIES' TOGGERY Mesa, Arizona. Chandler Court. CANTALOUPE SHIPMENTS TO CHICAGO IN A FEW DAYS AN EXTRA GOOD CROP IS THE PRESENT OUTLOOK WITH DESIRABLE PRICES ALSO. July 6th Has Been Set as the Time That the First Carload Will Go Out. M. M. Cox, superintendent of ship ping, with the H. H. Woods Commis sion company, has arrived in Mesa and will immediately begin making prepa rations of the cantaloupe season which will start next Monday. July 5th. The packers will probably be secured In the same manner as on previous years. He has become personally acquainted with every one of the growers and is at home in Mesa. The recent outlook for a crop is much beter than in any previous re cent years. The melons are setting on in.good shape and they are coming on in abundance. They were slightly effected during the few days of dry ditches but the growers cultivated the more vigorously and as a result their crops scarcely suffered at all. The shipments to Chicago last year amounted to 197 carloads. It is ex pected that the shipments this year will be nearly as large. The acreage this vear is between three or four hundred acres, while last year the acreage was over five hundred. The outlook for prices is much better than last year or two years ago. The canta loupe men generally are very sanguine over the general conditions. WILLIAMS RETURNS. Ernie Williams, the Arizona twirler. has just returned to his home In Mesa after a successful trip through the south and east. He went first from here to Texas where he played winning ball and was taken to the Arkansas state league. From Arkansas he went to the Minneapolis, Kas. team. CARLOAD OF WATERMELONS. The Mesa watermelon growers are supplying the local markets, keeping the stores and residences full at a good price and yesterday sent out a carload to Kingman through I... R. John son &- Co. Among the growers which made, up the carload were. the Powers brothers. Van Meter brothers and Chas. Shumway. OFF FOR ROOSEVELT. Prof. J. D. Loper. his brother, E. E. Roper and nephew. W. C. Loper and Frank Giles, left for Roosevelt this morning. THE UPLIFT AS PLANNED BY 0L6A NETHERSOLE What in Her Opinion the Play of the Future Will Be. dominating Influence of a future gen eration. Sui$i a man. woman and theme I have In my minds eye for the coming season. i . "In my repertoire I will also retain I some of my former successes, there by giving, during my city engagements a cycle as It were of psychological and sociological expositions that ought to merit approval." You can always get a nice fresh smoke at Jones pool room when In Flagstaff. Opposite depot. Olga Xethersole the distinguished English actress prior to sailing for London last week, gave the following interview through her manager, Wal lace Munro: "I am going home for a little quiet holiday, to build up for my strenuous trans-continental tour of America this autumn. I will spend part of my time at my country place at Riarritz on the Ray of Biscay, then go salmon fishing with some friends to the north of Scotland, and return here in time to inaugurate my season around the first of September. "The enormous amount of interest manifested by my presentation of "The Writing on the Wall," has encouraged me to offer next season another play by an American author, dealing with another vital social question that has hertofore escaped the dramatists pen, one that is as bold in exposition and treatment as' the crusade on tenement reform expounded in "The Writing on the Wall," and one that I hope will re ceive the approval of the public and the endorsement of the press. "The immediate steps taken by sev eral corporations and individuals to remedy some of the evils exposed by my play leads me to believe that the truths told have been driven home, and a move forward has been made in the emancipation of the tenement slaves. "For many years I have exposed to the glare of the footlights, the social corruptions of the individual, aiming thereby to disclose the pitfalls in the social structure, and placing the dan ger sign-posts thereon that others might profit thereby. Now I have ad vanced from the individual to the community and corporation, laboring to unveil certain sociological condi tions that have been influenced by an undesirable environment, the rect ifying of which would surely and speedily redeem a certain percentage of weary souls, whose existance is stifled by unsanitary surroundings or dwarfed by social conditions over which they are helpless. "As the moving picture is the great educator to those who cannot afford to travel, so is the disclosure upon the stage of social conditions the best avenue by which the public at large becomes acquainted with these prob lems as they exist, and judging by my observations and experiences this sea son, the great American public is ever ready to endorse and support a play that deals with a live vital issue and has something more In it than mere amusement. "I feel the great drama of the fu ture will be woven around sociological themes the tear bedecked viliian pur sued heroine of the past must give way to the woman of brain and ideas, the creative and controling power for good in man. The hero must be a man of thought, not a mere mascu line shell of mock heroics, but the frn'M 1 1 III M' M..M"M I1 1 'I1 i"!1 Ranchers or employer of labor wishing help or men wanting work can be supplied J. by notifying I GROVER'S PLACE. JEWELRY SALE "We are closing out our stock of jewelry at V off. DOUGHERTY & P0MER0Y Attorneys-at-Law. AH business carefully and promptly attended to. Chandler Bldg.,' Mesa, Arizona. CAR LOAD Genuine Humboldt FENCE POSTS just received. L. W. BLINN LUM BER CO. H 1 t I II 1 1 II I I M IM 1 HI I it. REMEMBER You get a square deal at the MESA JEWELRY STORE where all goods and work aro guaranteed. The Jewelry Store in the Chandler block. J lt, ,tH"H"H"M M I-I r H"I t fr-fr II II I I I 1 I I i 1 i M M'M'H"!' X cerles for the money at Mesa Bakery & Gas!) Store Peterson & Home. I I III 1 I t'i'"M1"H"W"M-"i"M- HI LOY'S RESTAURANT The Best Meals in Town. Short Orders. North Side Main St. - : Xeat nobby line of Dutch Collars just the thing for comfort during the warm weather, on sale at from 35c to $1.50. The Grand 4th of July Sale at THE POPULAR All the standard colors in Calicoes and Amoskeag Apron Gingham Checks during this sale at, yard 5c Ends Saturday Night, July 3rd, but before that time read the bargains that are yours. Bran New Goods BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS! 100 pieces of Organdies in all designs, regular values 25c, on sale now 10 50 pieces Dotted Mulls, regular 3c value any place, we are selling at 7C Elegant new stock of assorted Embroidery and Swiss Handkerchiefs, regular 25c to 50c values, on sale at 10 to 20c Linen Crash, regular 13c values, at our store only 12 l-2 Ladies' Gauze Vests, regular 15c values, at f 1"12 We have Gauze Vests In better quality up to, each 75 Indies' Gauze Drawers, trimmed in lace and em broidery, regular 50c values, now only.... 33 l"3c are arriving every day. We have received an extra large stock the past week, which has all been thrown into this sale at prices lower than ever. "We are de termined to make our store the home of the greatest values. Ladies' 10c Handkerchiefs JJ Ladies' 20c Handkerchiefs 12 l"2f) Ladies' 13c Hose, per pair y Children's Hose, lZVc and 13c Hose, now going at, per pair g 1 75c Sheets for fOC 90c Sheets for -75c 85c Sheets for Don't overlook the Shoe department. They are still to goiiife at at discount of 2 Our Men's department Is complete in every" detail. Our stock is new, neat and nobby. Rran new line of Wash Skirts, all colors, now sell ing at SI. 00 to 83.50 Our entire line of Ladies' Trimmed Hats going at One-Half Off. Splendid line to select from. The Popula r The pace setters in price-making. Trunks, strong and elegant in design, going out in this sale at 25 and 30 per cent discount.