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ixie Christie Long 8l THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1909. West I D Lady Musical Novelty Artistical Act A Great Feature Sam Owens Singing and Dancing Comedian SLIGHTLY DELAYED News From Iron Springs Lst Weeks. Imn Springs, Aug. 14- (Special cor-ret--'cinilrm-e of The Ropullie-an.) Monday ni.irninn a party of girls j.lod dtd thir weary way over the lulls and far away to Fiat l:x-k in i'ite of the threatening clouds and ieals of thunder. A camp lunch was cooked on a fire, which sad to say did not ypeak well for their housewifely abili ties, built under the sheltering wing of a white linen parasol. Those who made up the Jolly party were: Misses Eleanor Sloan. Kuth Williford, Annie Wagner, Helen Leslie, Mary Jenkins, AILY pASHION ALKS BY MAY A DAINTY LITTLE FROCK. SUCH little frocks as this one are always pretty, always attractive. Linen 4 is the material illustrated and the edges are simply scalloped with an ,. 3 embroidered dot in each scallop, but all the childish materials ar ap propriate, for the dress can be made from the thinnest lawns and dimities as well as of linen, and colored material with white embroidery is both smart as -.. . . well as childish 1 x 1 1 M A ML I I 11 MJI t x 'J ? u mw Child's Dress 5773. terial 27, 32 or 44 Inches wide. A May Manton pattern. No. 5773, sizes 2 to 6 years, will be mailed to any address by the Fashion Department of this paper on receipt of ten cents. (If in haste send an additional two cent stamp for letter postage which insures more prompt delivery.) FILL OUT ARIZON'A REPUBLICAN, Phoenix, Arizona. Please order for me, 10 cents herewith to cover your charges: Pattern No Size Name Address NOTE: These Patterns are ordered for you from Chicago and re quire about 10 days to get them to you. Kuth 3essop, Muble Hooker. Helen Ely and Raima Chalmers. Thursday evening the Yavapai club of l'resciitt gave another one of its delightfully informal dances in their beautiful new quarters. This is the second dance since the club was re built and while not as elaborate as the formal opening was quite as enjoyable. Those attending from the Springs were: Misses Mary Jenkins. Helen Ely, Raima Chalmers, Ha'el Marlin. Ruth J.-ssop, Helen Alexander and Hazel Goldberg and Mr. Ernest liennett. Mrs. Frank Alkire delightfully en tertained a few of her friends Friday afternoon with a thimble party Dainty riVreshments were served dur ing the course ' of the afternoon. Those partaking of Mrs. Alkires hos pitality were: Mrs. Aaron Goldberg, Mrs. Have Goldberg, Mrs. I-. 11. Chal mers, Mrs. Coats. Mrs. A. C. Mc Queen, Mrs- J. L.. R. Alexander. Mrs. Lloyd Christy, Mrs. George Christy, Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. E. l'ascoe. Mrs. V. K. James. Mrs. H. Kennedy and Mrs. A. S. Hulett. MANTON In effect. The little dress is made with the main portions and the sleeves in one and consequently it is very easily made. If the scallops mean too much labor the skirt could be hemmed and the edges of the collar and sleeves finished with applied trimming. Washable ma terials are used by many mothers at all i seasons ot the year but inert are others . who find dresses of wool desirable even in mid summer and such a one as this could be made from cashmere, chal lis or any similar wool material with excellent results. For the four year size will be required 2 yards of ma THIS BLANK. .110. TONIGHT E ii mi if I nil mi mun nnnMijmiw mi I i ii jjpKniinminJiiinnii li 10 i mm Big Feature Vaudeville Show 5 BIG ACTS 5 j Mrs. Aaron Goldberg, Mrs. Dave Goldberg, Mrs. E. J. liennett and Mrs. W. K. James delightfully entertained the ladies of the Springs and several of their I'rescott friends with a pic nic luncheon Saturday. Contrary to their plans it rained so the luncheon was served in the cosy little cottage of Mrs. V. K. James, -nl'ter the tasty repast, brjdge was played, Mrs. Sims Ely milking ihghoscer olXao Sims Ely making high score. The invited guests were Mesdames II. M. Goldwater, Morris Goldwater, II. 11. Tritle, J. C .Ferndon. T. (. Xorris, Frank Wright. J. J- Hawkins, o. A. Hisvla, Leslie Latmer, Frank Murphy, J. A. Hope, Frunk Dreseher, R. Ji. Burmister. Ralph Gloss. Hugo Rich ards, It. T. Roper .-niil Harry neap of I'rescott, and the Mesdames J. L. J. Alexander, Lloyd Christy, Frank Ren-n.-tt, Chas. Stunner. L- H. Chalmers, Coats, George Chirsty, A. C. Mc Queen, T. K. Colling. Frank Alkire, li. A. Fickas, J. Elliot Walker, Harry Kennedy, A. G. Hulett. H. J- Jessop. Sims Ely and Miss Winifred Jessop. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Kays and Miss Lueile Kays, who has Just graduated from the University of Illinois, have arrived to spend the remainder of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Collings returned Saturday after an extensive trip to the Seattle exposition and Alaska- They report a delightful trip. Mrs. Joseph Kibbey returned to Phoenix the later part of last week on tier way to Los Angeles. She ex K(ts to be gone several weeks. Mrs. Willard Smith and Mi.-s Ethel Eaton returned Tuesday after a few ; days visit in Phoenix. j Miss Hazel Marlin and E. V.'. K i-- j sel were dinner gin st at Jli-Km!ey Mine Friday evening, having ridden! over from I'rescott. I Miss .Mabel Hoeker left Monday fori Prescott where she will lie the hou" guest of Mrs. Eil. Tonilinson for sev eral weeks. Fred Christy sjent Sunday in cam p. Cluus. Stauffer arrived last week for a stay of a few weeks. Mrs. tauf fct preceded him by a couple of days. Miss Eleanor Sloan, Miss Helen Les lie. Miss Annie Wagner, Mi.-s Ruth Williford returned to I'rescott Mon day after several days at the Springs as the gueKt of Mi.-s Helen Ely. Donald McQueen returned home Tuesday after a delightful fishirg trip up Oak Creek and a few days at thi Springs. Will Fickas returned Wi dnesday with the promise of another visit to the Springs. George Christy suffered a severe accident while enlarging his house, running a nail through his foot which caused him to make a hurried trip to Phoenix for medical attention. He is back again now and doing nicely. Miss Marguerite Gilbert arrived Wednesday evening from Stoddard. Shi' Is the houseguest of Miss Selma Goldberg for several days. Miss Hazel. Marlin has again been pending several days in I'rescott, the guest or .Miss .Maun i noma.s. Tuesday, Dr. F. J. Jessop, Mr. and Mr, Charles Stauffer, Mrs. W. K. James nml Miss Ruth Jessop were visitors in Prescott. Mrs. Frank Rennett and Miss Eliza beth Rennett spent Wednesday after noon in Prescott. Invitations have been received in the Springs for a card party Wednes day afternoon in I'rescott,' given by Mrs. Hugo Richards. There werft many arrivals from Phoenix last Saturday night on the husbands train. Among them were L. F. Chalmers. R J. Rennitt and Mrs. A. G. Hulett. M. H- Lunny passed through orln Springs Saturday on his way to the McKinley mine. Mrs. George Lutgerding passed through the Springs Friday on her way to Cedar Rapids, her former home. Joe Green went through Iron Springs Friday to Flagstaff where he expects to meet Mrs. Green. Miss Maud Hawley is the house guest of Mrs. E. Pascoe for a few days. Mrs. Frank Dreseher and little daughter, Katherine, are guests at tile Springs for a few days. JI HUSBAND FOLLOWS HIS MURDERED WIFE Her Slayer in Jail Strongly Guarded Against Lynchers. Goldfield, Aug. 17. Thomas Heslip. the mining engineer whose wife was shot dend by Patrick Casey last night, committed suicide this afterniwm by taking cyanide of potassium. He de clared his determination to join his wife, and he died almost Instantly af ter swallowing the drug. Mno Frank Mann, who was shot in the groin by Casey at the time he killed Mrs. Heslip, is ii a precarious condition. Casey is being strongly guarded at the jail to prevent lynch ing He was intoxicated when he com mitted the crime, which apparently was without motive. Heslip and his wife formerly lived in Cripple Creek, Colorado. ' ai,st) LET GOPHERS TAKE W Expert Arrives to Help Eradi cate Them Dr. A. K. Fisher, of the De partment of Agriculture Will Show Just How to Deal With the Undesir able Rodent. For the purpose of demonstrating tl . ln-st and latest .methods of rid ilii g (he territorv of one of its most virulent p'sts the common goph r Dr. A. K. Fisher of the department of agriculture at Washington, V. C has cine to the valley at the instigation of his department and will today be gin the practical work of showing just how the nifty gopher can be properly sijuelched. Dr. Fisher is in charge of the inves tigation into the food habits of birds and ii:;tn)muls of the biological survey of the department. While hore he will di vote his attention to burr nv ing animals. In ooinpany with Houard Ili-i !, engineer of the recla l:,.;tioii service, he will today make a tour of the entire valley anil Instruct the zanjer.is in the use of the trap ; and the poison. Tile attention of the great big de partment of agriculture has at last ! been attracted to the festive little gopher not because the gopher is a rather cute little rodent and sits on Iiis hind legs very prettily irti. no; but because lie has the habit of boring I holes into I'ncle Sam's ditches and letting ail the water out. For this reason he has br en excommunicated I and the government will see that he beeonii s as extinct as possible-. i it course, it Is the business of the rancher to attend to his own gophers and not to make pets of them, but the co-operation of farmers is desired so that the entire species may become- as extinct as the dodo bird. The imme diate problem is to instruct the ditch riders in the art of extermination so that the cana! banks will not be shot fuli eif hole's like a pepperbox cover, as many of them are now. Dr. I'islier, who proved very affable nnel a thorough naturalist, was seen at the Hotel Aelams yesterday. He dis played a gophe-r trap, which in his es timation, was sure and suelden ele-ath to the- animal. "That trap is as sure of Its victim as the guillotine," he said; "all you have te do is to set it properly and you will catch him. Like the guillotine, it is instant death anil catches the culprit he-hind the ears." In regarel to the general utility of the work. Dr. Fisher citcel as an ex ample that done at Fallon, New, on the Carson -Truckee reclamation proj ect. "In the spring of 1908 the riders were callcel in and the work began. The holes were dug emt anil the traps nnel poison placed in position. I was there a fe-w months later and could not find a single fresh hole;. "The trouble with the general exter mination eif tiie gopher is a lack of co-operation, fine rancher may rid his ii-nd of them, but if they are ne GHI rositivr-ly cored by these Little Tills. . They also rellero DIs tress from Dyspepsia, In digestion and Too Hearty Eating, A perfect rem edy for Dizziness. Nausea, Drowslnes-T, Bad Taste la tho Mouth. Coc'ci Tongue, Pal a la the Side, TORPID LIVER. Tiey rcjulato tie Bowels, rurely Vegetable. SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. CURE SICK HEADACHE. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature SICK HI CARTER'S PpiTTLE U IVER P!LLS. CARTERS Ijiver gjj PILLS. glected by his neighbor er by those who have charge of the public high ways ir by the re-clamation service the elistrie't will neve-r be free from them. In our business, we have founel that letters if Instruction sent out from Washington have not proved ef fective. A jiractle-al demonstration seems to be the only way te get nt the; problem anil that is the reason for my presence here. Tomorrow I shall ride out with Mr. Reed, see as many zanje-ros as we can, elig out gopher holes nnel set the traps nfter the approved style." Dr. Fisher also spoke of the efficacy ef the gopher snake. "Gopher snakes should never be destroyed," he said; "even the rattlesnakes are great ele; stroyers ef roele-nts, as the contents of their stomachs shew, but his vicious elisjNjsitiein is his death warrant. ThiTe seems, however, to be a great amount eif mis-information in regard to the hawk and the owl. Our ele partment make-s re-commendations for the dostruetion of neixious animals and birds, but out of se-venty-five va rieties eif hawks anil owls, there are but thre-e- or four which are to be de stroyeel. I have exatnineel the con tents ef the stomachs of 6,000 hawks and owls. The sparrow hawk is bene ficial. It will kill small birds at timers, but it fee-ds largely on insects ami Mice. The Cooper hawk, which in s oi.ie phie:es is caile-d the blue darter, is injurious because he is too foiiil of tin- chicken roost. The sharp i hinte d hawk will kill song birds and ihiike'r.s. The great horned owl in thickly inhabited places is injurious Ilocaiise he invades tiie roost, but in this district I should say he we.uld prove l e r.ef ieial as he is the- enemy of the jue-kruhhit and all roelents. The barn on I, or golde-n owl, or monkey faeed owl. as he is variously calle-d, should iie-ver be shot, for he destroys an immense number eif fie-lel mice." Dr. Fisher" will go to California from here anil then to Seattle be-fore returning east. CHICHESTER S PILLS V y-Ts. TIIK IMAUOM) RR4lt a rrli IMAMUMt II II AM. I-II.Ijl i a Ti k nown n Rest. Salcst. Alwavs kelial 1 -r SOLD BY CRL'GGISTS EVERYWHERE ARE YOU HUNGRY ? it Will He Dinner Time . live And live, And Then Trv The liest Place Of All To Dine A&anTfl (SriltJ HOTEL ADAMS This Is Bargain Time If a slightly used in strument will suit you, get it now. Everything must go before our big stock arrives in the fall. RedewilTs 224 W. Washington St. Phone Main 269. How About a Fountain Let Us Show You .SSw I til-rket-lrr'a UImmJ Ilr.4A fills in Ur4 ant bold n:likV l-'.rs. w-a.c-l wita Uli KlUxja. V TL cthrr. Boy f TMr V llrarrirt. A- e lll. ift Trn In new side-Splitting Jokes and Songs Marguerite Lopento The Charming Soubrette in Monologues and Songs. A very clever 3-ppople act en titled "Black and White." ,, , , ,;, ,; ,i, ,;, 1 1 j, ,;, ,;, ,, ,, ,. OF LOCAL INTEREST 11 H-I'H'IH nil nm mm l A CHURCH BUSINESS MEETING The official board of the First M. K. church will holel a meeting in the church at 4:30 teiday. Every member in requested to be present. NEW BILL AT COLISEUM The change eif bill at the Coliseum last night drew two packed houses. Mile. Christy in her musical unlepie act Is the li'ading act of the week. She made a decided hit with her southern melodies, beith on the harp and in using a wash board, frving pan and slipper as a bow in playing, "Turkey in the Straw," on a violin. The sketch in the second AMOTHER Thousands of women have found the use of Mother's Friend robs confinement of much pain and insures safety to life of mother and child. This liniment is a God-send to women at the critical time. Not only does Mother's Friend carry child-birth, but it Drenares' Vlf c :c m frr tl-i r- i-nminir event, relieves "morning sickness, and other dis-- pnmFnrtc fold by druirziKU t 1 .00. CUIIllUilb. Kookuf vliibleiiifonn- Uon mulled frw. f JOE DRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. f J AtUnu. Ca. iL. .sM'M"M'1"M-'M"frM"M"l- 1-M 1 t t'i 1 I HI itM ll'I till Hll"tH' ! e best on The market, maricopa creamery cheese i; suits the trade. maricopa creamery pasteurized i! cream sells all over arizona. H 1 11 1 1 H' ii ! t lit ! Wl 1 1 1 HnM..H, I t 1 4"H"I HIIH't WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD The buckeye Lumber Co. is better prepared than any other yard in Phoenix to take care of its rapidly increasing trade. A large stock of good material. Saw and planer in connection. Lumber, Lath, Cement, Doors and Windows; Paints, Xails, Builders' Hardware, Corrugated Iron and Fence Posts. You will make a mistake if you do not see us before vou buv. Buckeye Lumber Co.. Mont Anderson, Prop. E. W. Bahr, Mgr. I THE FAIR I Will Have a Big Sale Tos day Everything Goes Come and See and Be Convinced TOM'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Parties aerred with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private rooms ind family style when desired. Tom does all his own pastry. For a good dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Tom's new American Kitchen. Regular meals, 25c. Short orders all Eight. It North Center Street. Phoenix. Arizona. M-H llirilTl 1111 1 Mill 11 11 nil riif 1 1 ffl t (Mt An Enviable Reputation When you need a plumber the chances are you need him pretty badly. And why not get a good one! Qosart Plumbing Co. 28-30 N. Second Ave. I Phone Main 285. Eesidence Phone Main 230. ! 'HUM I 1 I 1 1 1 111 1 1 I 11 IHHltHl Hills IIUItUMH'l F. B. Baptist & Pen part of the bill was a roaring success. Managers Reeves and Wood predict a bill of five head lines for next week. OLD CHARACTER SEEN An old character who has been seen in Phoe nix annually for the past five years, who is known by "Uncle Sam"' and no other name, arrived in Phoenix yester day afternoon, and in the erening, was seen attired in his red, white and blue costume, selling pictures of him self. "Sammy" is known all over the southwest, and is a type of this na tional figure. Many of the title pic tures, colored slides for illustrated songs, and moving pictures have "Old Uncle Sammy" as the subject. The last time he was in Pheienix was last fall. He left here 'at that time, going to New York. Later in the fall he was taken sick and for several weeks lay in a hospital. Is an ordeal which all women approach with dread.,, for nothing compares to the pain of child-birth. The thought of the suffering in store for her robs the expectant mother of deasant anticiDations. women safely through the perils of I AJ ii f If fi Jttt"7i o.