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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1909.
8 J a HubK W That Can't Check 7 lie -a use it is encased in an iron shield or cover. You know that the 'weather elements are re sponsible for the cheeking of hubs and the trou bles that follow. Protect the hub from the weather by an Iron Covering that is guaranteed to stay on, and you can easily see the reason of this claim. . Ezra W, 1 H H H I 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 MM II An Enviable Reputation When you need a plumber the chances are you need him pretty badly. And why not get a good one? Gosart Plumbing Co. 28-30 N. Second Ave. rhone Main 285. Residence Phone Main 230. . m 1 1 i i h i 1 1 innm iM ii n CHIP MEETING SERVICES DRAW LARGE AUDIENCES The Annual Gathering Starts Under Favorable Auspices. The Forman meeting at the Metlt odistcamp ground seems to have' started under favorable auspices. The Sunday crowds taxed the capacity of the pavilion and c spirit of interest and enthusiasm prevails. Jlr. ror man preached a strong sermon Sun day morning. He said in part: "There is great need of a revival here right now. The condition of public morals is sueh that one is almost a necessity. Not one-tenth of the pop ulation of Phoenix are members of any evangelistic church, and less than one-tenth of the church mem bers can be depended upon to help in any distinctly evangelistic work. The church members are cold and you n.-ed a revival. The wickedness nf the world is such that a revival is needed ven if the church were fully alive to is duty. The degree of open sin is amazing. Subb:.th breaking, by sell ing goods and playing base ball, is becoming degrading!' common. In fidelity frequently blows its wither- j ing breath in the fae s of our school children at their desks. During our meeting at Tempe last spring the teacher in history was asked: "What; about the influence of Jesus Christ in History?' He replied: 'I don't know.: I have never met th gentleman.' J The church needs a revival, the world n eds it and we should do all j in our power to accomplish it. Busi ness nun win no an in men iivri to have a revival of business. They will buy a whole sheet to advertise,. If land sales get dull the real estate! men R-t together and boost for high er prie! s, su as to have u revival in their line, but some misguided peo ple y:iy that we must not "have any undue excitement, or revival, but just iiviiv along in the same old way, year in and year out. Hut we know that to do the most good we must have a revival when ever the church gets cold or the world plunged in wicked ness." A feature of the afternoon meet ing wrs tlie bright testimony of sev eral jieople who were converted at the camp meeting last year. Cool Summer r Gowns The coolest summer gown is the Lingerie. Proper for any occasion. The swellest line in the city. Something for every taste. - FRANCIS Cor. 2nd & Wash. Sts. Thayer H 1 It I I 1 Ml tl 1 1 I I MHH"rf 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 h i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n j- The music is evidently to be a feature of the meetings this year. Mr. Forman, who has taught music in the Moody Bible institute and is an excellent musician and singer, is also a master of conducting congre gational singing. A feature of the Sunday night service was a "whist Inig chorus" which set the whole vast throng afire with good humor. Mr. Forman will speak each even ing at 8 o'clock. The Hew Benjamin Oold, a former Jewish rabbi will speak at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning. o DAY AMONG CRIMINALS IN JUSTICE'S COURT Trial of Alleced Horse Thieves Set for July 1. Valentino Ortega and Manuel Lopez were arraigned yesterday before Jus tice Johnstone on a cliarge of stealing five hroses from the Jones ranch In the Four Peaks country. Complaint had . been originally made against them by John Jones, the owner of the ranch, but that was changed yesterday, the complainants being sisters of Jones, Mrs. Joaouina. Homa and Mrs. Pastora Wheeler, whose horses were running on the range. The preliminary hear ing of the defendants was set for next Thursday. The case of Fred Howe, an Apache Indian, charged with stealing a horse from a tribeswoman at McDowell, was also taken up, but on account of the difficulty of getting witnesses the hear ing was set for July 1. James Boucher, who says he is a mining expert, was before the court on the charge of stealing a saddle at the corral of Starr & Ho-he. Boucher rented the saddle at the corral about six weeks aro. He said he wanted to go Into the northern mountains to in spect some mining proerties and would be pone a week. That was the last seen ofhim in these parts until last Saturday when he was brought In from Prescott in the custody of the sheriff. Boucher was sentenced to pay a fine of 3H. But the court was leni ent with him and kindly gave him per mission to serve it out In jail if he happened to have more time than money. Ii. B. Pennington, a former convict, will be heard today on the charge of rolling John Hurt. This affair took place in "Bob's Place" in the presence of several witnesses besides tho vic tim, " ho sa;-s he saw IVnnlngton tak ing his hand out of his pocket. Alto gether he lost ?34. Pennington says there is some misapprehension; he says he Is a friend of Hurt and that his only aim was to prevent others from robbing him. In the opinion of Pennington it does-not always pay to be a Oood Samaritan and rescue those who happen to fall among thieves. Hurt did not mnke complaint at once, otherwise all of the stolen : money might have been recovered. But with in a few minutes after he did make complaint to the police. Officer Trout man had his man. o HOMES FOR EMBASSIES. The Campaign Starting Among Ameri cans in England. London, Eng., June iS. The recently formed American Embassy association j has begun a campaign among Ameri cans living and traveling In England to enlist their support in a movement to induce the government to provide the embassies at foreign capitals with suitable buildings. VAGARIES OF RIO COLORADO Its Characteristics a Source of FILLING DESERT BASINS Strategic Way It Evades Imperial Canal Head, and Effects Clandestine Meet ing With Its Old Friend, the Salton Sea. For those of va scientific turn there Is no more exhileratiug amusement here in the souinvvest, than Hitting in the shade and watching the antU-s of the lower Colorado river, studying out what tricks it has played in the past 5U0 years and speculating on what its next coup will be. Supervising Engi neer L. C. Hill, of the reclamation service, has had occasion in recent years to give thi3 unruly stream con- sil.lerMtioii more serious than mere amusement would suggest and while- he admits that there is a lot of things he don't know about it, he is probably as near on the inside of Its jdans and conduct these days as anybody in this day and generation can be. In a re cent conversation he disclosed a num ber of facts that wil doubtless be in teresting to many Repupllcan readers. For instance one statement made on the receipt of advices from Yuma dur ing the highest water or last week, that the river was scouring between the piers of the Southern Pacific bridge but not close to them, brought out in quiries as to the method of measuring the water. He stated that the deepest point In the river at that time at the gauging station of the reclamation ser vice ijoO feet below the bridge was 53Vj feet. Asked how he harmonized that statement with a reading of 30Vj feet or thereabout, at tlie bridge, he laughed and said one should bear in mind that it is the Colorado river un der discussion and not some little old fashioned conventional stream back east. Then he explained a peculiarity of the Colorado. Rio Grande and some other western rivers, that is not fully understood even by a lot of pretty re spectable hydrographic and other en gineers who are acquainted only with eastern streams. The peculiarity ot these western rivers, many of them, 1 that in flood time as the volume of water increases it goes down as well as up. At the same time the surface of the water raises ten feet, the chan nel scours several feet, then ps the surface lowers in the receding fliod the channel fills again to normal or thereabout. When the river volume ex pands or contracting all over at the same time. Instead of doing all the ex panding on top like a stream in a flume would if excess water were add ed. The measurements at the bridge were correct but they only showed how high the water was; not how deep. It was known to be 40 feet deep or more between the piers of the bridge during the present flood, even though the measurement from the nor mul datum on the bridge showed but little over 30 feet. But the most Interesting studv Is to watch the antics of the Colorado in its natural playground west of the norma! bed and smith of the Arizona line'. It has done all sorts of things there and every once In a while It springs some thing new. Just now it seems to be dealing another hand and the engi neers down In the Imperial country are looking over their cards to see if they hold anything in the line of trumps Kveryliody remembers what it did a few years ago when it ate a hole Into the Imperial canal and sneaking down through the ditch played havoc with the lower countrv, filled up Salton basin, then back at the head of the canal put the development company, the Southern Pacific and finally the presidential administration, all on the anxious seat. That play was finallv checkmated but most of the pawns were gone and some of the piecos. Almost paralleling the canar from near the head for manv miles to the west and southwest Is New river, usu ally a dry stream. Paralleling New river more r less regularly are a score or more of little streams, manv of them nameless. That Is thev are streams when there Is any water in them. The Colorado from Yuma down is an nqeduct rather than a river. It flows along a rjdge that has been built for It In ages gone by, the land to the east and the west being lower than the bed of the river. These little streams mentioned carry no water except in Are small, antl-paln tablets, delightfully flavored with the i hoieest celery extract. They nre guaranteed under the pure food and drug laws and contain no oiiium. morphine, chloral, cocaine or other habit producing drugs. They are guaranteed to CURE All hriulachPR. neuralgia nnd nr splon tJM for toothache, .ackahe, nnd In fact all aches and pains. They quiet nerv ousmss and Induce calm, refreshing Rlicp. One tablet does the work, a sh--ond dose N seldom needed. Hue (trial size 10c) at all drug stores. HEADACHE Sold by Larson Drug Co., Elvey A. Hulett, and Bear Drug Store (oonosite city hall.) rainy seasons or when the Colorado In some way breaks through Into one of them. Far south of Calexico, the Imperial canal and New river Is a basin some what similar to the Salton basin only smaller, known as Volcano lake, filled in wet seasons by the drainage from these desert washes over the wide area in the northern part of Lower Califor nia. From this lake an outlet river known as the Hardy Colorado, runs Into the Colorado, just above its mouth. Between a point some miles below the heading of theylmperlal ca nal, and the point .where the Hardy Colorado river from Volcano lake joins the Colorado, the Colorado swerves somewhat to the east, makes a gen eral curve though not sufficient to be called a semi circle. From a point about opposite the ' northern line of Volcano lake and only two miles west of the Colorado, is the head of another dry wash known to fame as Hee river. Bee river parallels the Colorado' in a general way, a few miles to the west of it, along the base of the big aque duct on the top of which the Colorado flows, the Bee river finally emptying into the Hardy Colorado a few miles above the point the latter empties into the Colorado. The banks of the Bee river wash near its head are fifteen feet high and the slope from the Colorado river to the top of these- banks is nine feet r four and a half feet to the mile for the two miles between the two. The Colorado river therefore is twenty-four feet higher than the bed of Bee river mil the story goes that it has climbed down off the aqueduct, shot across the two miles with a down hill pull and Is now sending a flood Into the Bee river, Just as In former times It poured Into the Imperial canal. The natural supposition would be that it would merely flow down Bee river into the drainage of Volcano lake, than on Into Itself again but that Is not the fact. With the velocity gained In a twenty-four foot drop in two miles, augmented by the force of the biggest flood ever known In the Colorado, nvire water Is being forced into the Hardy Colorado than it can carry away with the result that the excess backwaters Into Volcano lake, running up hill so to speak. This lake is rapidly rising. Xow comes the feature that puts the r people in the Imperial country on the anxious seat. Volcano lake is a con siderable distance to the south but none of that country Is as high as it ought to be In spots, to strike a good working average. It is rather high Just north of Volcano lake and also north of the head of Bee river. A dyke has been constructed between these two places against such an emergency as the present. But there Is a report to the effect that the water In the lake has risen so high that gates placed In the dyke for that purpose, have been raised and the water is again flowing across the old bed of New river and into the Imperial canal, and on through that ditch and further north into the Salton sea again. Vhether this flow has been suffi cient to do much damage in the Im perial country has not been learned but it at least makes people uneasy. The effect of this drainage naturally is to hasten the recession of the flood Vacation Needs See our window of Vacation Day Needs. Every thing for traveling or the outing; hair brushes, combs, soaps, tooth powder, brushes and toilet requisites. Another Dip in Prices Today Infant's Caps if Parasols Our department for infant's wear Is variety of I .awn Caps. Some extra the new styles. U,k them over. 25 nl "P- Misses' Hose 50c Newest Misses' Hose In gauze lisle, tan colors oply plain and finely embroidered effects now displayed, at, per pair. .-50 American Flags Ready made, heavy cotton flags, fast colors 5x9 foot Flag S2.00 SxlO foot Flag $225 CX9 foot Flag , S2.50 Cxl2 foot Flag $3.75 Aids Nature The treat success of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery in curing weak stomachs, wasted bodies, weak lungs, and obstinate and lingering coughs, is based on. the recognition of the fundamental truth that "Golden Medical Discovery" supplies JSature with body-build ing, tissue-repairing, muscle-making materials, in con densed and concentrated form. With this help Nature supplies the necessary strength to the stomach to digest food, build np the body and thereby throw off lingering obstinate coughs. Tho "Discpvery" M-establishes the digestive and nutritive organs in sound heulth, purifies and enriches the blood, and nourishes the nerves in short establishes sound vigorous health. If your dealer offer something "Just ma iood," It la probably better FOR lllM'-lt paya better. But you are thinking ot the cure not the profit, ao there's nothing "lust as Hood" for you. Say ao. 'Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, In Plain Englibb; or, Med icine Simplified, 1008 pages, over 700 illustrations, newly revised up-to-date Edition, paper-bound, sent for 21 one-cent stamps, to cover cowl of mailing only- Cloth-bound, 31 stumps. Address Dr. K. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. at Yuma and Ijtguna, which Is of course quite pleasing at those points. PRIMARY LAW GOOD. So Held by the California Sjpreiie Court. .:til Ft-"vS(.,. June 2S The lil--t piueary law enacted :it tae List ses si n of the legislature v.a held to be constitutional In an opinion ren dered today by the state supreme court. The suit In which the decis ion was made was brought by the socialist party against, tlie election boa rd. If you want a nice cool newly fur nished room during your stay In Flag staff call on Mrs. Sanderson, north of depot. SHOES We carry the kind that are guaranteed. Our line of Children's Shoes are said to be X peri eet. ISalim Ackellf t 3G-18 E. Washington, j H-H--H-H-H-H-K-H--H-K-5- ... .r- 3 Is it not good plumbing you want when You want any? Should high class plumb ers be paid low class rates? Which are cheaper well paid expert plumbers, or poorly paid plumlers? Ms not the difference In work worth the difference in cott? WE ARE EXPERT PLUMBERS WE EXPECT FAIR PAY WE BELIEVE WE'RE WORTH WHAT WE ASK! GEO. HAGEMAN PLUMSINQ CO. showing a large good values in They come at A Soap Bargain Today we have displayed the famous fragrant Glycerine soap at a box of 3 cakes f"r 10 THE" BEST ALWAYS n Spend Your Vacation at Venice. Venice Villas mak ideal summer homes. They are cheap, cheerful, charming and comfortable. Complete ly furnished, including lights, water, house-laundry, etc. Located on beau tiful canals. Perfectly sanitary. I. One-Half Off On Entire Line of Hats Biggest offer in the city. See them. "Efte Fair" 212 E. Washington Street 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 X Rogers & McMurtry i Auction House. t 24 W. Jefferson St 4 " A reliable Auction House con- ducted by competent Auction- ) eers. Goods sold on commls- ' slon and prompt returns made. . Regular sales at 1:30 p.m. ev- t ery Saturday. Outside sales of i any description solicited tnd i ! will endeavor to give satlsfac- ' ; tlon; particular attention given to the patronage of ladles, who '. '. will never find anything; In our ' ; aucVt room to offend the most fastidious. 1 1 1 in 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Excelsior Anto Cycle Wins again, defeating all other motorcycles and automobiles in two great Hill Climbs. At At lanta, Ga-, two Excelsiors, First and Second winning by a wide margin over stripped racers. At Redlands, CaU four Excelsiors finished 1, 2, 3 and 4 on a hill 15 miles long and one mile high in 18 min. 5 sec The winning automobile, a 60 H. P. stripped racer, required 24 min. 12 sec These were all strictly stock Excelsiors and their accomplish ment tells the story of Excelsior quality. GRISWOLD, The Bicycle Man. 25 K. Adams. HAMILTON BROS., Piano Tuners. With Wiley B. Allen.Co., Inc. You should see those Parasols we are selling at $1.95 We have only a few left. Hest value ever given. See them today. Children's Rompers, 75c These are. the kind that will last. Made of Linene material in natural colors, also striped and checked in blue, black and red. Just the thing for your child. Decoration Bunting Trl-color and plain colored bunting, 24 inches wide, stars nnd stripes, per yard!. Jj Flag Bunting You can get several flags in one length, each flag Mx23. at 150 Size 30x45, per flag 20 Dr. HIBBARD Sexual Urinary Blood and GenitOf Organ Specialist. Urethral Obstructions Specific Blood Pcison Nervous Debility Contracted Diseases lur anove disorders wuh tteir terrible e(Te i -ue depression of mind slid wrecking c.l Ixxlv and larking of the nervuuM syntem. Your hie mf be at make. Why nut gel the lt of treatment. 11 your eyesiK'it i W" i to a reliable urnlirt. - If your bmriiiK is poor ton need a competent aurixl. Ii your teeth ache call on a good dental burning up willi a fever or you liave sone anile dieae eonult vour family phvjii ian They hIioiii.1 treat voii, uot I, (or I do not treat niioh ra.- and tliev can do better by you. If however yi have Koine nerious dwuc in my line in whieh yoe.i life ami tiealthheal Make, it i absolutely ueeessarv for ynu coiiMilt one who liai m-l-rt skill, large experience and scieiititic equipment, in order lobe p miKUenlly and uecesnlully cured. Cancer aad Extaraal Crawthi leaml WitMUithw Vf ml lh Kif T Meatures taa wilks Cmiilta Wt--ur. Blbbara. Mibbard building, W 2S Smith Second Avenue, rhuviiix Anzuna. CanaaltaiiaB f raw cionra ! 1 HlUHIIIIHlHllllj Just A Gar Load of ii - ; - . . NATIONAL BISCUIT I CRACKERS i AND CAKES I AH the Fancy ! I Crackers and i Cookies In I i I pkgS Sold :: fat Marked! ::Pr i ce on :: PkgS Ask :: :: Your Grocer :: N E. S. Wakelin H . i Grocer Co. I DISTRIBUTORS IMMMmIIHHi I 1 IA' 11 1 I 11 HI11II1HH1tI' J. A ! LAUNDRY I SATISFACTION f I "The girl from up there," rays. I I there Isn't a collar, cuff, or i shirt front laundered anywhere f I In thla country that can com- I pare witn our laundry worn. PHOENIX LAUNDRY jj Phone Main 130. . , ; ; M1M I I 1 11 1 I I I I I I i 1 1 1 I H H-K1 1' 1 "M"M"M"M"H-K "I "l-M M I Johnson SRemsbotlora I i have removed from 22 North T Second Street to 31 SOUTH FIRST AVENUE 4. T where they will be pleased to J X meet all old customers and many new ones. ' . 1 ! I H Hill I I I H'i 1 r lit