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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1909.
TT 2E ; BEST ON THE MARKET. MARICOPA CREAMERY CHEESE ; SUITS THE TRADE. MARICOPA CREAMERY PASTEURIZED I t CREAM SELLS ALL OVER ARIZONA. . I Hi 1 I 1WIWWH4-H-1"I Mil II 1 M l-M-H-M IH'li'l 111 f Garden City Restaurant Coolest and Cleanest Mace In Town to Eat Nice Private Room for Partlet and Families. Short Orders at All Hoars. REGULAR MEALS, 25. Nos. tf and II East Washington St. MARK LAND, Propriety HOLLENBECK HOTEL c- B,L,CKELOS ANGELES, CAL.JNO- s- ""chell ARIZONA HEADQUARTERS. New Fire-Proofing. 500 ROOMS Re-Furnished iSSJiiilflWlMi; TOM'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private rooms and family style when de.'Ired. Tom does all his own pastry. For a goo dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Tore's new American Kitchen. Regular meals. 2Dc. Short orders aJl eight II North Center Street. Phoenix. Arizona. Walter A. Wood TWINE BINDERS $150 PHOENIX HARDWARE COMPANY. THE PHOENIX BAKERY Produces over 150 varieties of Bread, Cakes and Pastry every work ing day. A few favorite sorts: Spice Cup Cakes 15c dox. Macaron Tarts 30c dor. Two Layer Cakes . 25c each. Boston Brown Bread 10c Almond Pa:Ue Coffee Cakes 25c each. Bran Bread -..10c TVIMo'is Frenrh Pastry 50o dox. BUTTER NUT BREAD The best bread and the largest loaf 10o PHOENIX BAKERY oV CONFECTIO NERY. Est 1U1. Edward Ei'mIs. Prop. Phone M. II. Ml 1 1 t H ! IM-M-H 1 1 1 Mill I i 1 I1 HI 1 ! 1 I i I 1 i I I 1 I I I 1 I I CHAS. DOIMOFRIO Furniture, Crockery, China, etc. Fourth Ave. and Washington St. Phone Main 138. i,,.:h.h-h-h-h-h--i hi 1 1 mi ir i : 1 1 w-h-hh-h- FOR UP TO DATE DnrPDlPQ of Every Description UlXUVllX I LrD CHOICEST at well as MEDIUM goods of best brands and grades Don't Miss RULE MATTHEWS GROCER CO. 30 East Washington St. Phone Main 8. ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC North Center St. Phoenix, Arizona wtw mm -m-h-w-h-M'I Hrriiniiii in i nm-iiii BEST MEATS "Wc carry the best Meats obtainable. We never sacrifice quality to make a low price. We use the utmost care in selecting our Meats. Prompt delivery. - Independent Meat Market Phone Main 297. 1-3 West Washington St. 4 111 I HI I '1"1"M"H"I"H H I 1 i I 4 4 ill 4-4"M"M"H"H II ! i II 1 1 I I 1 I GOOD ,,,1nr,lv.H,MH'1"ril-I"l"l'''l"l''l"l"W"I"I"l'l"i'--H' Mi l lt MH IT TASTES DIFFERENT where you enjoy the meal. Kverythlng clean and TTOMV neau uuick ana courieuu3 service. ine best is s cr oru'a roruru virrt.ru J COOKING Phone Red 2021. 11 W. Washington 8t. IM IM H'K I M I'MH I 1 1 l-M-A- RECLAMATION ENTERPRISE (Continued from Page One) in the land office. This particular scrip was San Francisco forest re serve scrip, approved and abstracted, about which there could be no ques tion, and Is valued highly. Above the fork In the canal, or the heHd of the lateral 480 acres have been filed upon, that being all that water could be supplied to at the present time. The canal Is to be taken out through gates on the upper side of a rocky point through which the canal is to be tunneled about fifty feet. which It is believed will furnish an imperishable heading. The water will be taken out three feet below the river grade enabling the use of a very low dam- .With a dam only one foot above the river grade, the canal should draw four feet of water. The sand coming in with the water is to be discharged through sand gates a mile below the head. The velocity of the water from the head to the sand gate will be four feet per second so it Is expected that normally the canal will clean itself. The material be tween the head and the sand gate Is of the nature of cemented boulders which will withstand the erosion of the erosion of the water at the stat ed velocity. The dam as at present projected will be of sheet piling, though there is to be further testing of the river bed before construction. It will be 1700 feet long, with rock abutments at both ends. Though there is yet much in detail to be worked out con cerning the dam, the building of a weir only a f-ot or so above the grade of the stream ought not to be em the water at the stated velocity. In respect of water supply few peo ple are sufficiently familiar with that immediate section to appreciate Its magnitude or permanence. It is known that the Agua Frla Is dry most of the year where the railroad crosses it. Nevertheless during the dryest weather this year there was a constant head of from 4.000 to 6.000 inches at the proposed point of diver sion and as high as 15.0on to zn.nno inches have been known to flow by that point and all sink or dry up be fore It reached the railroad crossing. At no time so far as can be learned has there been less than 200 to 300 inches of water in the river at the diversion point and since July 7, this year, there has been a constant flow large enough to irrigate all the land proposed to be watered by the Mari nette canal. But that is not to be the only de pendence, though it may prove suf ficient. The gravity system Is to be reinforced by a pumpisg plant to be used win n needed, to be located near the head where the ground water is never more than five or six feet be low the surface- This plant will have a capacity of 5noo inches. As now planned the power will he furnished by a Nlx-Krost oil gas producer, generat ing a fixed gas from crude oil. With this device it Is guaranteed that crude oil costing $1.70 per barrel will furnish power at not to exceed one-half cent per horsepower hour. The carrying capacity of the canal is to be one and a quarter Inches con tinuous flow to each acre of land to be irrigated so that any time there is flood water during the short sea son all the farmers can draw at once. Kach can have a full head all the time and there need be no such thing as rotation In the use of water. Ev ery water user will have an equal show at all the water. The upper three miles of the ditch to the point where it reaches the mesa will be twelve feet wide on the bottom and carry four feei of water, ihe capacity of the canal being 12,400 lnchs. From this ioint the ditch will be twenty feet wide on the bottom am! carry three feet of wytcr, the capacity being the same. Further down the canal there will be some reduction in size, proportioned to the acreage he low, so the equitable distribution of water to each acre will not be dis turbed. One and a half miles of the canal la now built and work will begin on the Ideas In Feathers "The finest line of Ostrich Feathers" Is the compliment that Is paid us by all the feather experts. SEE THEM. 2Vrizona OstrlcbTorm. 1 AUCTIONS HELD EVERY SATURDAY WE BUY AND SELL ANYTHING. GOODS SOLD ON COMMISSION. W. W.HUTCHISON & SON 119 North First Ave. 4 111 1111 l"H'I"H"I i H 1'W'IIH'HIHiHimiM 1 1 l'H t 1 1 1 I V The Soap thrt solves the problem of our hard water. "Cornell's Benzoin Cosmetic" In every way a splendid Toi let Soap. 25c a cake. 65c a box. Sold In Phoenix at the bnmalB karma eg In Hotel Adams. Tel. M. 243. .T ;w una Kifchon Goolnoss No hot and blistering air to sap vitality and make cooking intolerable when work is done on the safe, economical and comfort 'able New Perfection ,Wick Blue Flame Oil ; Cook-Stove. Using it, your kitchen is not a room to flv from, but a olace where all the necessary household work is done in restful coolnea y u uoesn t neui mc nucnen. i ue IW, PERFECTION Wick1 Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove h built with a CABINET TOP just like the modem steel range. Combines conveniences found in no other oil stove. Tht ptrftct ltov f for ttmmtr. Three sizes. With or without Cabinet Top. I 8 At your dealers, or write our nearest agency. v The i est draft lamp free from tl 337 ' a true ter draft lamp free from the faults of other lamps. A perfect artificial light. Handsome and safe. If not with your dealer, write our nearest agency. STANDARD OIL. COMPANY (Iacarporatetl tunnel this week, and also on an other well on the mesa. There is now one well on the mesa and one on the second bottom or bench or the river. In addition to the well at Mari nette heietotore d scribed. The sugar company las demonstrated that there Is a magnificent supply of under ground water to be pumped if pcopla will dig deep enough to crt the vari ous water bearing strata so the well fills to th-? upper level. There will doubtless be many wells on the Marinette mesa In the cour.se of a year or so. The plan of the. whole project Is to make the Marmette mesa an Ideal fruit-bearing aection. It had been pronounced by orange men as being the eoual of this or any other seciton in the essentials peculiar to that crop. The river on the west is from 60 to 80 feet below the level of the mesa, and the river on the east Is from 4'J to 60 feet below the mesa, and the general slope from north to south is 25 feet to the mile. This In an ideal topography. aa the frost waves will move rapidly off the mesa instead of settling over it, the one thing, ifiat makes t lie ac knowledged orange belts in Arizona better for oranges Ulan many other areas where the soil and water condi- ions are Just as good. The moun tains to the north, the west and the east circle most of the mesa almost in a half moon shape, giving notable pro tection from sweeping winds from those directions and making the cli mate more eoualjle than in more ex posed places. . The soil is a sandy loam, with no adobe or slick. l Is like the soil of this region good for raising almost any thing and everything when the wa ter Is supplied, and it Is believed It will be equally as good for deciduous fruits and garden truck, as it Is tor oranges. The town of Marinette will be the natural result of cutting the Marinette mesa up Into farms of from ten to forty acres, which most of the present holders of the land propose to do eventually. That this is not so far in the future is indicated by the fact that contracts have already bt-en let for the clearing of 3000 acres for planting the coming fall, and It le ex pected an additional thousand acrw will also be cleared this summer. This acreage will be planted to grain the coming season and probably most of It will be for a year or two more. Be fore being set to orchards or devoted to sugar beets or gardening or any of the more Intensely cultivated crops the ground should be well worked and well leveled and put in first-class con dition. This can be done by raising grain that will in the meantime be returning a good revenue. The canal will be pushed as fast as possible and Is expected to be ready to furnish wa ter the coming winter. No time is being lost In Its construction. The force employed last week was about SO men and 75 mules, and this week there will be an additional 25 mules on the Job. Mention was made in the beginning about the secrecy with which opera tlons were carried on at first. That was because no one cares to go Into a projector this kind until It has been carefully looked over, and that takes time. And after it Is once undertaken no Investor wants his plans Interfered with. In this instance the promoters did not want to build the canal until they had all the tacts at hand, and also had acquired the lands It was to water. The initial work was done last February by Engineer J. C. Dobbins, who has charge of both the engineer ing and the construction work. But the land could not be secured until the opening In the land office on June 3, and It was necessary then to be first In line and secure the locations de sired or the project might be greatly Interfered with by individuals who filed at random and for whom one section was about as good as another, or by individuals who, if they knew the facts and could do so, would file on sections for the sole purpose of inter fering or forcing some one to buy them out. And after the filing it was necessary to get the project under way as quick as possible and perform the requirements in compliance with the law for getting water on the land be fore some other person or company lo cated the water or diverted it to gome other ilace. It was for that reason that no pub licity has been given the enterprise, and the work has. betn quietly going on for months. The surveys and plats for everything had been made pre vious to the date of the opening on June 3. On June 4 the camp equip ment was en route, and on June 5 Mr. Dobbins had 70 men and 76 mules ac tually engaged In building a ditch. Much more would have been done by this time, only that the need of mules to haul sugar beets became so urgent that work at Marinette had to be abandoned, or at least greatly dimin ished until after the sugar campaign. The mules are now back on the mesa again, and everything will Joe hasten ed toward the completion of the canal and the construction of the head and dam. while the land is being cleared for planting. What this enterprise means for Phoenix need not be long dwelt upon. The discerning reader will see for himself. Marinette is destined to be a fine valley town, but will never even hope to be a metropolis nor care to be. It is on what is soon to be a main line railroad point, and is within an hour of Phoenix by automobile. In fact. It has been made by machine in much less than an hour, and Mr. Dobbins says he has come from the canal head in a little more than an hour. Briefly stated, the prosperity of Marinette means added prosperity for Phoenix, for it will be strictly a suburban val ley town of peace and plenty. SENSATION EXPECTED. When the New Bolivian President Comes to be Inaugurated. ; La Paz, Bolivia. Aug. 8. Although the inauguration of Don Elldoro Villa- zon as president of the republic la set for Thursday, many doubt whether the program will be carried out owing to Vlllazon's friendllness'to Argen tina. The situation of Bolivia has never been so serious. Sensational events are anticipated. FORMER LEGISLATOR IN TOWN Hon. Lamar Cobb, a former mem ber of the legislature from Graham county arrived In the city yesterday on business. He will remain until tonight. RETURNED FROM THE COAST Hugh C'reighton came back yester day afternoon from Los Angeles. He said that from now on the Influx of Phoenicians from the1 coast would be heavy. Their money is running low. STONE IN KIDNEY An Interesting case was that of Mr. H. L. McDuffee. a member of the firm of H. C. De Wolfe & Co.. of the Crock er Building, San Francisco. The case was puzzling. There was pain In the kidney with a showing of blood. Examination by seven physi cians proved that the blood was from the kidneys, and It was the opinion of all that there was a stone cutting the kidnevs, as the least exercise caused a showing of blood. Four X-Ray pictures were taken. three of them showing a stone half an inch In diameter. To be certain that it was a stone that cast the shadow, a similar stone about the size .taken from a patient was put under him for comparison both stones showing on the plate. An operation was about decided upon when Fulton's Renal Compound was recommended to Mr. McDuffee. Jle feared the knife and gave it a trial. Within ten weeks the blood and pain had ceased and In six months he con sidered himself well. We also have a three-page letter from an old school physician, a lec turer in one of the San - Francisco Medical Colleges, covering a similar case of stone In the kidney. An oper ation seemed inevitable. He prescribed Fulton's Renal Com pound upon the theory that as It was getting results in Nephritis it ought to have some effect to reduce the in flammation and excessive uric acid that attends Calculus. He was so sur prised to get a complete recovery that he thought a record ought to be made of it and gave us the letter above re ferred to. Fulton's Renal Compound seems to have about the same percentage of ef ficiency In stone in tho kidney that It has shown in B right's Disease. For free literature, address the John J. Fulton Co., 212 First St., San Fran cisco., Cal. Fulton's Renal Compound can be had at druggists. We desire to advise with every pa tient who is not noting the usual fav orable results by the third week. v - iDORRIS-HEYMAN FURNITURE COMPANY Arizona' Largest House Furnishing Store Everything for the Home Very much disfigured, doing business under great difficulties. The contractors have possession of our Immense building, and are constantly demanding more room. The coming week the limit of price' cutting In every department will be reached. Look tor The Red" Tags To enumerate the many good things is beyond our ability. Ton have known and done business with us lo these many years, and know what we say we do. vIsit our atore NOW. ' BUY NOW PAY LATER THE ENGLISH HITCH EN RESTAURANT 44-48 EAST ADAMS STREET. Everything Nsw, Nioe and Clean. Private Family Olnlnp R CHARLIE LINQ . CO. Props. Standard Furniture Co. A complete line of New and Second Band Furniture, Rags, Crockery and Granlteware. WE SELL FOR LESS I Phone Main 117. 14-11 W. Washington. JUST LIKE HOME Is the way you will find the cooking af California Restaurant, 33 N. 1st Ays. 4 m i i i i i i i i i i mn i m i 1 1 i i i 1 1 1 i i n i i i i i n n h t BREAK THEM UP AND BRINQ THEM IN. We Fix 'em at Jack's Place. UMJCmtI' I PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. I Phone Main 145. 34-38 E. Adama 81. IfHI I I I I I I I I I I I IIIHI I t M HI I I III I I I HI 1 IIHHfHf 41 I I I I HI I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I H Ml I H I 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I ' H Ball Bearing Mowers LONG HARDWARE COMPANY. n 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n A FULL LINE OF Gas l&ang'es JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. 4 I I I t I 1 I I t I I 1 I 1 I I I It I 1 M 1 M I It I I 1 1 II I I 1 I M4 f During Warm Weather You will find Meats procured at the Hackett Mar ket far superior to melons. If you have that tired feeling and your Meats don't please you, call Main 132. Our Meats will make you forget the heat. The Hackett Market . 31-33 E. Washington. Phone Main 132 .,,i mill 1 H-4 44"l H I I f rrr4-l HH-I I I I 1 I I M l Our Laundry Work has the odor of sun-dried washing. It's the result ofusing good soap. There's none better than ARMOUR'S SHREDDED SOAP You don't get that purity and sweet odor anywhere else, because we are the only local laundry that uses this soap. ARIZONA LAUNDRY White Wagons. 3