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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1909.
8 ISBLOFIEID, NEVADA . AROUSED TO ACTION They Threatened to Dynamite Prison and String Him to a Tele graph Pole. Ooldfield. Nfv.. An. 1. In furiated by the suicide of Heslip, a band of citizens organized late todax and determined to storm im- j- i hirh f':isev was confined and i . ..trim? him to the n-arest telegraph pole and work similar vengeance on Martin Sheridan, who has been await ing trial for wife murder six months. It was the purpose of the mob to dyna mite the ail which with-stood an at tack last night jut after Casey killed Mrs Heslip an.l wounded Mrs. Mann, the attack bciiifir planned for tonight. The plan was d. feated by Sheriff Callahan, however, who siiiurki o..... uriu.iners out and carried mom io n-...,...,..h in nutDinoliiles manned by heavily armed guards. Because of the ( rnrv .if the citizens, the district attor , .i . ni't ntl nev has canea a j"-. - boihasos without delay to placate the townspeople. HIGH CLASS SHOOTING. Perfect Scores Made in Peters' Trophy ' on all three tickets. For district at Contest. I tomey the vote stands: Fickert, bus- Camp Perry. Ohio. Aug. 17. After j the Ohio Adjutant General ;u" cup had been won today by Lieutenant Townsend Wheelan of the 29th United States infantry, with a score of 99 out of a possible 100. the National rifle contestants proceeded to the skirmish field to shoot for a silver loving cup. a gold medal. jr.O and nine additional cash prizes in the Peters' trophy match. In this match there were SOT contestants. Private J. E. Burns of the Sixth Massachusetts, and Lieutenant C. M. dale of Illinois, made perfect scores. For third place Lieutenant Wheelan and Midshipman A. I). Denny of the navy team tied at 99. Private Robin son of the marine corps team, was fourth with 9S. The DuPont individ- ual tyro match is open to those who never won a first, second or third ' prize in individual matches of the Na- j tionul Kifle association, r wno never have been on a winning team. REFORM SCHOOL BAND. Appropriately Plays for Prison Re form Congress. Seattle. Aug. 17 The uniformed band of the Washington state reform school at Centralia played for the meeting of the American Prison as sociation tonight. Delegates crowded about the young musicians and shook hands with them. The congress, ac cording to the president, ijr. C.ilmour cf Toronto, is most profitable for high grade discussions. The most general applause of the day was when Warden Helm?troin of North Dakota said that his experience as a 'prison director has converted him to prohibition, for he had found that 95 out of lou con victs owed their downfall to drink. Governor Gilchrist of Florida also pleased the delegates with his hu morous approval of the enlargement of woman's sphere and his suggestion that it woula come about In the South also. o GREAT CROPS. A Better Defense Than Naval Prep aration. Shawnee. Okla.. Aug. 17. 13. F. Yoakum, chairman of the Rock Isl and executive committee, in an ad dress today before the Farmers' union of Oklahoma, deprecated the growing expense which the I'nlted States gov ernment is incurring in maintaining its army and navy. He declared that the "grain and cot ton fields of the Mississippi valley and the west are stronger military de fenses than warships." Mr. Yoakum's subject was "The Farmer and the Railroad." He strong ly advocated giod roads as a means of bringing carrier and producer closer together. AN AUTO MACHINIST The First Victim of the Indianapolis Races Indianapolis, Aug. 17. Clifford Lit ttrell of Dayton. Ohio, a mechanic at tached to the Stoddard-Dayton auto mobile racing crew, was probably fat ally injured today when he fell under the yheels of one of his group of cars while going to the motor speedway to prepare for the week's races. The cars were proceeding in file at a rapid gate when Litterell, who was riding n one Of them jumped out. He stumbled and fell in front of a car fol lowing his. It passed over him, crush ing his chest. Sixty-five cars are entered in the races. o A BICYCLE RECORD. Salt Lake City. Aug. 17. Riding one-third of a mile In 33 4-5 seconds, Ivor I.awson tonight made a new rec ord for the distance in an unpaced . 4'rofessional bicycle ride. The broken reeord was 34 1-5 seconds.' We tell you to put on a "Pioneer Roof," and forget it. Needs no paint or repairs. Sun proof and rain proof. Not affected by extremes of heat or cold. Suitable for all kinds of building pitched or flat roofs. Comes in handy rolls. Easy to lay anybody can do it no special tools needed. ' ' Now then-Let us send yon sample, a copy ol our 3 2 -page Rooting Booklet and name of our neareat agent. PIONEER ROLL PAPER COMPANY . V DEPARTMENT LOS ANOELES, CALIFORNIA F.J. HENEY DEFEATED From Such Returne As Have Yet Been Received. San Francisco, Aug. 17. Early re turns from the municipal primary election held today indicate that the fight for the republican nomination for mayor will be very close between Crocker and Mauzy, while Kickert, for district attorney, is running far ahead of Heney. Thirty-eight precincts out of 294 give Crocker 1.44, Mauzy 1,420, Fickert 98"., and Heney 200. LATER RETURNS. YVith partial returns from 67 out of 143 precincts at hand to base esti mates on, San Francisco's first trial of the direct primary for the coming municipal election appears to have resulted in the following nominations: For mayor, republican, William Crock er, candidate of the buisness men's faction of the republican party; dem- ocrat. Thomas H. Iceland; union lahor, P, H. McCarthy. Partial returns from 53 out of 149 precincts on the nomination for dis trict attorney indicate that Charles Fickert. candidate of the business I men's committee, has been nominuted i iness men, republican, vote, 2,S:!1; democratic, 322: union lalior, 464. Heney, independent republican vote, S42; democratic, 301; union lulmr. 101. SOUTH CAROLINA PROHIBITS. Charleston. S. C. Aug. 17. Prohibi tion won in fifteen of the twenty-one county elections today. The county dispensary system will be retained only in six of the counties voting. MILLIONAIRE'S SUIT. ; He Wants $150,000 for Being Arrested As a Drunk. Seattle, Aug. 17. Samuel A. Bon nifield, owner of a bank in Beloit. Kansas, and president of the First National bank of Fairbanks. Alaska, reputed a millionaire, sued the city of Seattle today for $150,000 damages for false imprisonment last March, when he was found helpless on the street and taken to the police station, booked as drunk and then taken to a hospi tal, where he was under treatment three weeks. A JUNKETING PARTY Ogden. Ftah, Aug. 17. A congres sional party ef twenty-five statemen from the east will arrive In Ogden Sun day afternoon enroute to Sun Francisco and the Hawaiian islands. The party is headed by Hon. J. B. McClellan and many congressmen accompanied by their wives. o SPAIN PROPOSING PEACE. Paris, Aug. 17. A correspondent at Mtlilla. of La Libei te, says in a dis patch today that he understands that Spain bad opened peace negotiations with the Moors. ...... AN ARIZONA POSTMASTER. Washington. D. C, Aug. 17. (Spec ial! G're;e V. Shtitz has been ap pointed post master at Somerton, vice L. V. Williams, resigned. WARNING TO CRETANS. The Greek Flag Must Come Down Today. Canea, Island of Crete, Aug. 17. The foreign consuls here, on behalf of the international squadron now anchored in Canea bay. today notified the Crete government that' the Greek flag will 1 hauled down Wednes day. n receipt of the warning the Cretan authorities issued an appeal to the people not to obstruct in any way the action of the powers. o MURDERED CASHIER. Tulsa, Okla., Aug. 17. Palmer Webling. cashier of the Kiefer bank, who was wounded last night by rob bers who attempted to rob the bafik at Kiefer, died this evening. He was 25 years old. A posse hunting the robbers returned tonight. All trace of the murderers was lost. HEAT DOES ONE GOOD THING. Memphis. Aug. 17. New heat rec ords were established today. From all over the South come reports of In tense suffering and a few cases of prostrations. Cotton-growers are re joicing. They claim that the heat Is rapidly destroying the boll weevil. 0 N TEAS EATED UP Fort Worth, Aug. 17. With the weather bureau thermometer register ing 111 degrees this afternoon and the street thermometers recording 120 de grees, today was the hottest in the his tory of Fort Worth so far as there is any record. The suffering was In tense but no prostrations were reported. Put this Stove in Your Kitchen It is wonderfully convenient to do kitchen work on a stove that's ready at the instant wanted, and out of the way the moment you're done. Such a stove is the New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove. By using it you avoid the continuous overpowering heat of a coal fire and cook with comfort, even in dog- days The V NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame u to constructed that it does not add perceptibly to the heat of a room. It differs from all other oil stoves in its substantial CABINET TOP, with shelf for warming hot, and drop shelves utensils. Has every towels. Threesizes. W If not with your dealer, The Xa-vw .. S a great light giver. If write our nearest agency. Standard OH Company (Incorporated McKEE'S ROCKS NORMAL. Stores Resuming and Saloons Are Allowed to Open. Pittsburg, Pa.. Aug. 17. Conditions are more nearly normal at McKce s Rocks and Sctmenville tmiiKht than they have been .since the strike of 3,r.(M) workers against tilp Pressed Steel Car company five weeks aP'. Stores which closed when trouble started anil Judge James Mcl'arlane today granb-d permission to the sa loons in the town to resume busi D aily ashion Yalks BY MAY A SMART AND PRACTICAL COSTUME. 'HE coat costume made of plain material and worn with a lingerie bltXfte la alway a practical and serviceable one. ThU model is appropriate to the linen of the present, for the wool of the future, lor the material of Tucked Blouse 6302. Seven Cored Plaited ftalkin- Skirt 6403. paper on receipt of ten cents for each. cent stamp fcr letter postage which injures FILL OUT THIS BLANK. 190.. ARIZONA HKPtJBLICAN. Phoenix. Arizona f'limH order fo me. 10 cents herewith to cover your charges: i Pattern No She i Name Address '.. NOTE: These Patterns are ordered for you from Chicago ai l require about 10 days to get them to you. cSJfeadE jpllf u I Oil Cook-Stove plates and keeping cooked food for holding small cooking convenience, even to bars for ithor without Cabinet lop. write our nearest agency. T ri rtra is the ideal family use safe, con- venient, economical, and not with your dealer, . ,1 ness. Another legal move is likely to be triade by the strikers tomorrow in their fight against the company. OBSCURE NERVE DISORDERS That have1, for years baffled the lest phvsicians in America." in many cases vidd quickly when the CAI'Shl is re moved by our exclusive methods. The same is true of obstinate eye troubles. Consult at ::til J!niilliiry l'.l.lg.. 34 S. Uroadwav. I,os An:."H.". Cal. DR. FRANK LAMB WILLSON, Naturopathic Oculist and Nerve Specialist. A5418 M&NTON bctween-seaaona wear and. Indeed, every thing that is adapted to a tailor suit. The blouse is one of the prettiest of the late season and can be made of em broidered muslin a s illustrated, or of any pretty waiating. It is charming for washable silk, it is lovely to eyelet embroid ered linen, it is dainty made of the muslin il lustrated and H suits net sod materials of the sort admirably wclL The skirt is one of the new plaited ones that arc promised such extended vogue and gives long, yet slender lines, while it pro vides graceful freedom. For the medium site will be required, for the blouse 3M' yards of material 24, 2i yards 32 or 2A yards 44 inches wide; for the skirt 7 '4 yards 27, 5i yards 32 or 5 yards 44 inches wide for plain material with out iigure or nap but if there is figure or nap tV yards 27, 4-s yards 32 or 5 yards 44 inches wide will be needed. A May Manton pattern of the blouse. No. 6392, sizes 34 to 42 Inches bust, or of the skirt. No. 6403, sizes 22 to 32 inches waist, will be mailed to any address by the Fashion Depart ment o f this (If In haste send an additional two more prompt delivery.) I I M All aboard for the following Hotels, Summer Resorts, mp play tennis, golf. bowl, dance or lose yourWlf among shady nooks and quiet retreats. Illustrated litera formation on th Vollnwln advertised resorts and hot., will he furnished promptly at Th Repuh.ir.m n rail or en mn flnd long BATTLE CREEK SANITARIUM Snicdr Modsta. A pnrt plaot whet yoa aSouid BooUrt FREfc. SPECIAL LOW THE ANGELUS. (European Plan.) I -OS Ancclen. In the heart of city: oars direct to hotel from all d'-pots. Close to all theaters, stores ami public buildings. The beautiful Angclus Grill Is noted the west over. Cuisine unexcelled. C. C. Loomis Harry Loomli. Props. HOLLENBECK HOTEL . c. bilicke jjOS ANGELES, CAL.JNO- 8- M,rcHEL1- ARIZOHA HEADQUARTERS. New Fire-Proofing. 500 ROOMS Re-Furnished BIMINI 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. Pamtfhlets at office or by writing Dr. U. V. Tape, Medical Bup't. LOST Rheumatism and Stomach troubles. FOUND Health and happiness at Murrieta Hot Springs. Murrieta, Cal. America's finest Sulphur Mud Baths nnd Swimming Pool. Booklet at information bureau, or by writing. Fritz Guenther, Prop. H. Cuenther, Manager. m ii i l f 1 1 1 sa. y.LJ T'tT"' y 1 m -rfV-i. jm aV . aifirm r. a . y Wm BMP". . af 7 aT SCHOOLS AN Los Angeles, Cal. 20th Year of the Shrader Administration. I II t SP 82 COMMERCIAL COLLEGE URBAN MILITARY ACADEMY. I,OS AN:EI.KS, CALIFORNIA. I.F.AniNO COAST SCHOOL EXO I.l'Sn Kl.Y IOR YOUNG EOYS. Primary, intermediate nnd college preparatory. The . hool is notel for its thorough clar-s work. Daily drill and calisthenics. Tenni';. fencing, rifle prac tice and game?.' Boating and sv iniming. 0n air dormitories. Pupils re ceived at any term. Fall term opens September 21. For catalogue address The Secretary, Box R, 9u0 Beacon Street. HEALD'S 614 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. Send for Catalogue J. W. LACKEY, Manage Best Schooi on inc coast. Cheap hoard, low rates, cool rooms. Open all summer. Catalogue free. THE PACIFIC COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY Daly St. ind Mission Road, Los Angeles, 1896. Terms open In Septemlier nnd Feb ruary. Instruction tliorouRh nnd scien tific. References: One hundred suc cessful graduates now practicing Osteop athy In Southern California. C. A. W1IITINO, Sc.. P., O. Chairman of the Faculty. MISS WING'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Los Angeles, Cal. Superior home school, preparing f'r universities and eastern women's col leges. From kindergarten, to college. Send for new catalogue. MISS ETHELWYN WING, M. A. Principal. Do binson School of Expression and Dramatic. Art. . Los Angeles. Dobison Auditorium, 1044 South Hope. Send for Catalog. Summer . Course. MRS. MASSON. The Noted Palmist of London, Eng., may be consulted at 32? S. Spring SL (over Owl Drug Store), Los Angela, Calif., by those desiring careful, con scientious and reliable hand readings from one of the foremost Palmists of the day. IIU;h class patronage solicited. Scnd your Savings or Inactive Funds to the strongest, oldest and largest Savings- Dank in the Southwest. QECURITY Pavings BANK SECURITY BLDG, LOS ANGELES. etc. Too can wear knock-about Each SANITARIUM METHODS Vary Moderate Raiea. cprnd tout Svtmtt Vacaaoa. W RAY SIMPSON. Miup. LONO BEACH. CAL, SUMMER RATES. n ..V..L" 'IfcLJ D COLLEGES Oldest and strongest n the South west. Entire year enter any time. Positions secured. Write for catalogue. K. K. ISAACS', President. Fall program now in progress. Send fvr new literature. All preparatory, commercial rind academic branches. Superior ::dv:tntuges. , The inoi-t de.-irabM location in the city. Enter any time. School open the entire year. New catalogue sent on renucst. F. BROWNSHF.P.GER, Pres. 953 W. 7th St., Los Angeles, Cal. MILLS COLLEGE only woman's Col-lc,- on iacific Cram. Knlr.ince and ' praduntion rwiHlrincnls equivalent to : Stanford and I'niversfty of California, j Ctrriciilum esp.M-i:il!y adnpted to needs of western wniiipn. Training fits sliid ! ents for teaching regular lines of aca- I deniic work, and offers special advan tafi's for music, theory and history of nrt. home economics and library study. : Well equipped laboratories for science I and experimental psychology. Special i nttenticm to health of students. Out- door lit" and sri ts. Ideal climate and t. jrroiilini;s. :!rd and 4th years of I CoIIckc l'rcparatory during 1!09-1U. Fall I semester begins Aug. 11. 1W9. Address lYcsidi nt s Secretary, Mills College P. O.. California. THE WEST LAKE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 612-620 Alvarado St., Los Angeles, Calif. Overlooking beautiful West Lake Park. Accredited to leading colleges. Out-of-door study. Rowing and tennis. Principals: Frederica De Laguna, A. M.; Jessica Smith Vance. A. M. HOTEL CHAPMAN New building, new furniture. Hut and cold water and telephone; in ev ery room; steam heat, electric lights. i hatlis. elevator. j European rates. 7" cents to $1.50. JAMES L. SMITH, Proprietor. I Corner Fifth and Wall Sts i Los Angeles, Cal. SEATTLE HOTELS SEATTLE," WASHINGTON. Hotel Savoy gg. "12 Stories ef Com- Concrete, steel and marble. In of city. 210 rooms. 135 bathe, lish Grill. $1.00 up. heart Eng- RESOURCES S23.r00.000.00 CAPITALS. RESERVE SI. 350.000.00 4 PER CENT INTEREST on Sav ings Accounts and on Six Months' Certificates of Deposit. ' clothes or dress suit, t.ati, hunt. Illustrated literature. ffloe. Sl.OO PER DAY AhO UPWASOS S1.SO PER DAY WITH PRIVATE BATH AND UPWARDS ONE OF TH C NEWEST AND FINEST HOTELS lit CALIFORNIA r V BROADWAY AT SEVENTH srtrr . Coopsr Si Davis, lessees Free auto bus meets all trains. "Stratford $ Inn" DEL MAR, CAL. Temperature at noon Aug. 10, 68 Finest bath houre on the coast. L. E. FELLOWS, Mgr. i 1 -H "H-H:-W-M-W-fr LENOX CHAMBERS 540 S. Spring St., Los Angeles. Most Central location. Very modern. All cars pass door. 3.50 to $7.00 ier week. BYRON HOT SPRINGS nuarants to cure rhfMimatir' gout and ?'i:iti a whr no oMit orfcauii disease exists. 2 1 - J hours from San Kran.'isro. Huy ti kets arnt chwk baexaf- direct to Bvmn, il. I Hij:i.tf ul environment; one of Calmi ma's br-st hotels. Address Man aiyer Byron Hot Springs Hotel P. O., I'al.. for booklet. HOTEL CORONA Corner 7th & Broadway, LOS ANGELES, CAL. Furnished rooms, single and en suite. Rates moderate. Central loca tion. Quiet and refined. Street cars from all depots. HOTEL ACACIA 708 W. 6th, S. W. Cor. 6th and Hope Sts. Iirge outside rooms, elegantly furnished, with or without pri vate bath. Hot and cold water in every room. Klectric eleva tor service: hoth phones on all floors free to guests. Three minutes' walk from Broadway. Take Washington St. car direct to door. Rates $5.00 per week and up. Los Angeles, Cal. $35 SEATTLE and back . ALASKA $98 and back W FROM SAN FRANCISCO iN'ci.rmxi; bkrtii axi meals mo xkw snips' - BEST VACATION Is l;Y SKA Send for Fw Folder of Vacation Trips. See inure in tn'tter wuy for leso luout-y. C. D. Dunann, C P. A. Pacific Coast Steamship Co. 112 Market St.. San Francisco If They Only A world trav eler wrote hack to a fri.n.l :ibout his trip ly the S. . Kne Mauposa that thi; "1 want so to t-n von ship ts up to. if not hetter than any ship I have i-v,-; mown, and oth pusseuRi-rs salit the same. I think if it were nuieiy Known tliat such a kcmx! ship were on the line the com pany would have more passengers than they could carry." TAHITI and return, $125. first ilass. WELLINGTON. N. Z., an.l return. IJKt). SOC-TH SEA IS LANDS mil of theiV 3 months' tour. 40'l. Hook now for s;ili itiBs oriv 4.fllf u t 17 and Nov. ""LINE TO VlAWAtl. ?1 10 round trip. Sailing;? every L'l days OCEANIC S. S. CO.', 67:1 Market St.. S:in f'r:i nelson. CLARK'S CRUISES OF THE "CLEVELAND" (HaniliurR-Ameriean I.lne) 13,000 tons, brand new, -. . superbly fitted. Round the wqrlQ From New York O tober 1C. In9; from San Krain isio bvh. litln. narlv four moiitlis, coslintr only jr.r.o ANI I' I", in cliiiliii all expenses afloat and ashore. SPECIAL FEATURE S Madeira, Eqypt, India. Ceyion. Burma, Java, Bor neo, Philippines, Japan. An unusual nance to visit unusuaily attractive places. 12th Annual Cruise. Feb. 5, '10; hy North lierman Lloyd S. S. "Grosser Kurt'uerrt," 73 days including 24 days VPt and Palestrae. $400 up. f" ms1 SPEC? A L & SUMMER RATES (lUMMAN plan) '