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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 1909
9 fJLITIA PRACTICiNG FOR NATIONAL SHOOT Ctmpany D Getting Ready For Camp t Pmtv. - . i H - . a ''hmanv Tt tvhifti in Ihp 1rwjil nr- mzation. has generally been well j resented in the rifle team going '1 Arizona to the National shoot M annnallv l ;imn Perrv. lUiio. .nil. unless all Mgns f Mi I this jear. be no execution to tnat rule. jrh men have already began practice vnrk and are going at it with a de jrrminatlon to win. However, in ord i r to beeleeib!e to make the team.' ! matter how good the Bhot, a ! inMtia man musi nave hi least De l.ii.ged to the organization a year, j One of the features of the local try 'mit is that new micrometers liave ,Nen received and are placed on the 'pins which will assist materially in ini-reasing the individual scores. Cap lain Nelson as well as first anj sec ond lieutenants' Guy Jones and IS. M. I.eBaron respectively, - and Kay Le Nicur, Chas. Dana and John Martin, lire prospective candidates for the I tiam, all of them being fairly Rood ?iots. The range work north of town his been commenced so that a credlt- dtrie showing will be made by the nme the team leaves this place for Fort Huachuca. . which Is located rear Bisbee. The itinerery of the team is about 88 follows: Leave Mesa July 30, and sroceed to Fort Huachuca where ten lays will be spent in a further tryout. At this time a team of fifteen men, a learn captain,' a spotter, a team coach and a range officer will be selected from the Arizona .national guard en rollment and will represent this ter- i ritory in the national shoot From j Fort Huachuca the trip will be made i direct to Camp Perry, Ohio. Several ! days will be spent in resting up froin ! the trip and in preparation for the j Bhoot. The government pays the e- ! pense of the team to apd from the i shoot and it is an honor to be a member of the team. GREATLY W0RRIE0 ABOUT HER HUSBAND She Fears He ia Being Detained in Arizona Againrt Hi Will. The Masonic lodge here has re ceived a letter from Mrs. Felix Lemcke. S12 Dauphine street. New Orleans, making inquiry about her husband for whose safety she enter tains fears. She is apprehensive that be may be detained as a prisoner in some out of the way place or that he may have been foully dealt with. He left Crawley, La., on June 34. to take a position with George Pay ers at Sayerville, a place not much heard of but which lies out in the country beyond Wlckenburg. He ar rived there about June 30, and his letters immediately afterward were very discouraging. He wrote the last time that he would leave in a day or two for Phoenix. Mrs. Lemcke has had no information that he had ar rived here and she fears that he has been overtaken by some accident of that he has been detained against his will. .When he left home he had some money, and . some, valuable jewelry. He is described as a young German, twenty-seven years of age, of good appearance, good education, speaking several languages. Mrs. Lemcke writes that she Is worried almost to death about him. She has been informed that every effort will be made to locate him and that she is probably unnecessarily worried, since so short a time has elapsed since the time when she must have heard from him last and the date of her letter, July 7. Any infor mation concerning him would be greatly appreciated by a woman who seems to be on the point of distrac OE THE PARKER HOTEL It Will Be Reopened Again Within a Week. Tom Shultz, who for two or three months previous to its destruction by fire, was manager of the Parker ho tel, has been in the city two or three days and leaves for home this morn ing. While here he has bought of the Dorris-Heyman company a com plete outfit for equipping a first class dining room. The supplies and equip ment have been shipped and the din ing room will be opened at the earli est practicable date, which will be within the ensuing week. The dining room 1 is to be CTtown as the Parker Hotel dining room. True, there is Just how no Parker hotel, but there will be a dining room very soon and the lodging feature will be added just as soon as a proper building can be erected. Mr. Shutlz says he proposes to retain the name and protect the reputation and pres- j tige the' Parker - hotel was rapidly gaining, considering it a valuable as set for the new business which will soon be started. Just what the ' ho tel will be like when rebuilt can not be told for no plans have been for mulated yet, but when it Is built it will probably be a better building and of a more permanent character. There will be missing for a little while the shade, and -the little con veniences of detail that existed be fore, but all these things will come with a little time and doubtless the new hotel building will equal the de mands of. the Important place that Parker is bound to become. Now is the time to secure an acre in "Idylwild" and prepare to keep cool next aummer. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office. 03149805. Phoenix, Arizona. June 23, 1909. A sufficient content affidavit having bee, filed in this office by Oenrg W. .Sal . Commencing Wednesday, July 14th with $7,000 to $8, 000 addition to our immense stock we will make this sale the largest and most successful that has ever been held in Mesa, with complete line of Ladies' Children's and Men's Furnishings all new and direct from eastern mills and wholesale houses, being bought late in the sea son at a price 20 to 25 lower than manufacturers' prices at opening of season. We can make lower prices than have yet been offered in Mesa. .Motto Small profits large sales, and plenty of them.. LL Br. Muslin 36-in. wide. Reg. 8 l-3c. Economy Sale ,5c 30 its.li Bleach Mus., soft finish. Heular 10c. Economy S:ilo ........... 7c fM Unbleached Pepperell Sheeting. Reg ular 35c '. 25c Bed Ticking. Regular 2'c. Economy Sale ...10c Double width Feather Ticking, satin fin ish. Regular 25c. Economy Sale 15c Ready Made Sheets, best qaulity. Large hems 03x90. Regular 80c. Economv Sale 6Qc Ready Made, Sheets, best quality, large hems, ' 81x90. Regular 90c. Economy Sale 70c Ready Made Pillow Cases, Regular 20c. Economy Sale . . ; . .".12C 200 pieces Satin Calico. Regular 81-31'.' Economy Sale ...... 5c yard 100 pieces Alnoskeag Gingham. Regular. 8 l-3c. Economy Sale. 5c yard 100 Toile de Nord Ginghams. Regular 10 2-3c. Economy Sale ..... 11c yard 40-in. English Lawns. Regular 35c. Econ omy Sale 20c 34-in. Persian Lawns. Regular 35c. Econ omy Sale ....... "..r. 25c 30-in. White Sheer Linen. Regular $1.00. Economy Sale ". ............ .75c 30-in. Butchers Linen. Regular 35c. Econ omy Sale .. i 25c 30-in. White Dress Linen. Regular 00c, Economy Sale . '. . . . , ...... . .... 40c 30-in. Cream Dress Linen, Pongee effect. Regular OOcv Economy Sale . . 33 l-3c 30-in. Brown Dress Linen. - Regular 35c. Economy Sale ... 20c 30-in. Brown Dress Linen. Regular. 40c. Economy Sale 27c 75c White Table Linen . 50c $2.00 White Table Linen, guaranteed pure linen $1.50 Crash Toweling, 10c quality 5c Crash Toweling, in brown linen, 15c qual ity 9c Crash Toweling, in bleached linen, 10 2-3c quality 11c 500 doz. Towels, all sizes and qualities, greatest bargains ever offered, from.. 5c up to 50c each. Ladies' Gauze Union Suits, trimmed in nice laces, $1.00 quality....;, 55c Ladies' Gauze - Drawers, trimmed with lace, umbrella bottoms, 50c quality. 33 l-3cj Ladies' Gauze Vests, 12. quality, 7c Ladies' Gauze Vests, 15c quality 10c Ladies Gauze Vests, 20c quality 12c Ladies' Gauze Vests, 25e quality. . . .17c Ladies' Gauze Vests, 35c ; quality, 35c Ladies' Hose, black and tan, 15c qual ity :...-8 l-3c Ladies' Hose, black, tan and white, 35 and 40c quality ... ..25c 0) GO O O' o o o o ,. ' - o o o Free Saturday Only Free For every pair of Patriot Shoes for Men and Society Shoes for ladies, sold Saturday we will give absolutely free a knife valued at $1.00... (See cuts above.) 6 Shoes Shoes WE HAVE JUST ADDED TO OUR STOCK OF LADIES', MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES OVER $2,000 WORTH . OF NEW STYLISH UP TO DATE SHOE8, WHICH f MAKES IT THE MOST COMPLETE LINE JO BE FOUND IN THE VALLEY. ALL GO ON ECONOMY SALE FROM 25 TO 35 PER CENT OFF. , Ladies' All-Silk Hose, $1.50 quality, $1.00 50 pieces Linen Finish Cheviots, 15c qual ity ...:..; ........9c 100 pieces Lawn Batists, Organdies all in very newest designs, 25c quality, 9c 20 pieces Lawn Batiste, 15e quality ... .6c 50 : pieces Silk Dotted Mulls, 35c - qual ity ......... 12i2C 25 pieces Colored Curtain Swisses, 15c quality, 9c 25 pieces Soiesettes, all newest shades, 30o quality 22c 20 pieces Silk finish Foulards.' Regular 40c quality .25c 25 pieces El Tovar Silks, very newest thing out. Colors toupe, tan, wisteria, white and plum. Regular $1.00 sellers GO; 25 pieces Susicue Silks, all colors, 50c quality 33 l-3c 20 pieces -Silk Crepes, new goods for sum mer wear, 50c quality 33c 20 pieces Cotton Crepes, 25c quality, 12c -50 pieces Silk Ginghams, 40c qualit25c 25 piece's Flaxon, vcrv thin, all colors, 30c quality"!;... .1 . 20c Plain Nainsook, 25c quality 15c Plain Nainsook, 30c quality . ..... ...20c Long Cioth,. $1.75 value, ...... . . . .$1.25 Long Cloth, $2.50 value, 1.75 India Linen, 121:c value, .8 l-3c India Linen, 15c value . :.. . . .. 10q... India Linen, -20c value, .Y. . . . . .15c India Linen, 25c value, ........ ... . .20c India, Linen, ,35c value,. ... ... . . .25c Children's "and Misses Hose, black, tan and white, 15e value, . .. . .. . ... .. ...7c Children's and Misses' Hose, black, tan and white, 25c value .20c Children's and Misses' Hose, all lisle, black, tan and white, 35c value, ......25c 5,000. yards laces and embroideries will go in this Economy Sale at 35 discount. -100 pieces German Val Laces, yl-in. wide, 12 yards to piece, Economy Sale 25c CHILDREN'S ROMPERS. 60c Values, 35c. 75c Values 45c. Ladies' Underwear Ladies' White Muslin Petticoats, trim med ' with wide laces and embroideries, $1.00 value, 65c $1,50 value 95c $2.00 value r. $L20 Ladies' Muslin Drawers,'-fine Nainsook, trimmed with laces and embroideries, $1.00 valued ..... . .65c Corset Covers, 15c to 75c, all grade values. Ladies' Light Colored Petticoats, stripes and checks, embroidery ruffles.. Regular $1.75 value. Economy Sale $1.20 Ladies' Silk Petticoats, guaranteed Taf feta, all colors, ; $7.00 values, Economy Sale ......... r : . . . . $4.75 - All " of our stock . of Ladies' Summer Dresses and Skirts at Actual Cost. r2 13 m o o O D 03 o o S3 o 13 m o -g 03. 20 dozen Ladies' White Shirt Waists, latest styles, low, high necks, and Dutch collars. Regular $2.00 value $1.20 Regular $2.50 value. ............... .$1.45 Regular $3.00 value ........$1.95 Regular $3.75 value $2.25 Men's Furnishings Levi Strauss No. 1 Overall... 90c Men's Khaki Pants. Regular $1.50 value .$1.20 Men's All-Wool Pants. Regular $5.50 value $3.95 Men's All-Wool Pants. Regular $400 value .$2.95 Men's All Wool Pants. Regular $2.50 value. . . ' $1.70 Men's All Wool Pants. Regular $3.50 , value . $2.40 Men's Balbriggin Underwear, double seat ed drawers. Worth 75c per suit, 50s suit Men's Comb Balbriggiiv Underwear, double seated drawers, worth $1.25, 75c . Men's Bleached knit lisle thread under wear, regular $1.50 per suit, $1.10 per suit Men's Poros Knit Underwear. Regular $1.25 value, for .75c per suit Men's French Balbriggin Underwear, ex tra Vjuaiity, silk stitched. Regular $1.50 per- suit, on sale .$1.00 Men's half hose, black and v tan, 15c value 8c Men's .half hose, lisle thread, all newest ' shades. Regular 35 and 40c values... 25c . Men's - fancy lisle hose, regular 50c values 30c Men's Work Shirts, all colors, French sleeves, pearl buttons, regular 05c value ... ....45c Men's $1.50 Soft Shirts, collars attach ed . . $1.20 Men's $1.25 Soft Shirts, collars attached 90c Men's $1.00 Soft Shirts, .75c Men's $2.50 Soft Shirts, :..$1.75 Men's $3.50 Soft Shirts, white silk, $2.75 Men's $3.75 Soft Shirts, colored silks, $2.75 Men's $1.50 Golf Shirts, without collars, 1. ............90c Men's $1.75 Golf Shirts, without collars, - r.. $1.25 John B. Stetson Hats, $5.00 value. . .$4.00 50 different styles in celebrated 4tRival" - Hats, all guaranteed to be $3.50 values or money back . . $2.40 Men's $2.50 Hats " $1.75 Men's $2.00 Hats $1.50 Men's $1.50 Hats, . .$1.00 Meq's Suspenders, Neckwear, Handker chiefs, etc. We have the most complete ; line to be found. On sale at 35 discount. :7 .Trunks and Suit Cases, 25 off. 11 - 1 7! 7. Z ' " 1 - 1 Peterson contestant, against Homfe Btead Entry No. 6146,. Serial 03149, made Jan. 31, 1905, for. SEtt Sec. 1, Tp. IS. Range ZK, G. & S. R. Meridian, by Thomas Clark, deceased, conlestee. In which it Is alleged that said Thomas Clark, deceased, never established an actual bona fide residence on said land during- his life time, and since his death for more than six months last past his heirs have failed to maintain and keep up the Improvements as re quired by law; that said homestead has been actually abandoned for more than six months last past; that the heirs of the said Thomas Clark, deceased, are non-resident and unknown; that one, Mrs. Ray, of Phoenix, Arizona, Is the beneficiary under the will of the said Thomas Clark, deceased; that the said beneficiary, Mrs. Ray, has failed to keep up thejmprovements on said land for more than six months last past. Said parties are hereby notified to ap pear, respond, and offer . . evidence touching said allegation at 10 o"clock a. m. on November 16, 1909, before the Register and Receiver at the United States Land Office in Phoenix, Ari zona. The said contestant "havinir. In a proper affidavit, filed July 6, 1909, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this notice can not be made. It is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication. CHAS. E. ARNOIJ, Receive. CONTEST NOTICE. ; Department .of the Interior, Unite States Land Office ; Phoenix,, Arizona. June 26. 1909. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed In this office by Ralph D. Jones, contestant, against Homestead Entry. No. 1622, 02594, made May 20. 1908, for SV4, SE. Sec. 21, and NV4. NEU, Section 28, Township IN, Range IE, G. & S. R. meridian, by Peter Los, deceased, contestee. in which It is alleg ed that Peter Los, ' deceased, failed to comply with the: homestead law, in that he never established his bona fide residence on said land, never cultivated or Improved same during his lifetime, with the exception of building a small fhark thereon but never occupying the same after it was built, and that since the death of the entryman the heirs, executor and devisees have failed to establish residence or cultivate and Improve said land; that more than six months have elapsed since the death of said entryman, and that the heirs, ex ecutor and devisees have failed to com ply with' the requirements of the homestead laws as above set forth; that the only known heirs and devisees are Anna Kistermaker. niece of said Peter Los, living at BUIingham. Wash ingtoo: and Anna Kistermaker. sister of said Peter Los, living at BiUingham. Washington; the executor being H. A. Sverlnghaus. living at Phoenix, Ari zona, said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond, and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on December 7, 1909, before the register and v receiver at the United States land office in Phoenix. Arizona. ' "The said contestant having. In a proper affidavit, filed June 26. 1909, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this notice can not b made. It is hereby ordered and directed that uch notice be given by due and proper publica tion. FRANK H. PARKER. Register. COOL WEATHER. Persons returning who have been out to from Prescott "Idylwild" report it very cool and pleasant and the wa ter delightfully cool and refreshing. o HELD FOR RAPE The prelimin ary hearing of Tomas Adair, chargfd wi.u " i .... i .. . . i . ,...: . wim a vimi'iuti aa.auu u.iii w'jvik Mendeza, a twelve year old girl, on the night of July 4, took place before! Justice Johnstone yesterday and h; was held to the grand jury in the" sum of 33,900. . The only defense of-, ffred by Adair was the willingness of. the girl, but that would have btt u not defense at all under the charge against him. for he was accused of constructive rape, beside ' the testi mony of Dr. Beauchamp showed that the girl had made a desperate strug gle against the attack of Adair.