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THSrABIZON A REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1910.
i mmmm"mmm mmmmm mmmm " " mm mm . .Mfc . . ...... - . -. i iii WHEB 'M D ........ : ., ; . : . . . 1 Here's Your Chance I ,TO BUY THE. BEST Ten acres, all in alfalfa, two miles from town. Four room brick house, with Kirch on east side, full length; frajne kitchen on west. Wei!, plenty of shade, lawns; good orchard, including; 20 orange trews 2 years old. 'With the place go 100 hens, 4 good cows, etc. Will give iKsesion Immediately. Can or address. MESA FEED YARD O. S. 8TAPLEY & CO. Invite the Mesa public to come in and inspect their new ware- -houses, which are now filled with a brand new stock of furniture and other goods which have- just arrived. The quality and prices of these up-to-date articles cannot be excelled in the territory. LOOK AT OUR PRICES -H-H-H-H-H-v-K1 ! I I1 I !"H"i-H-H"l"l HtH'H'fWHfH'WtHI I If t HOW DID YOU LIKE f f Brewster's Millions? (heat 'play, wasn't it? We f have anotlier ol:oiie coining oil the 15th "The :: (heat Divide.'' . You have heard about it. And you :: t must see it at - t J THE VANCE AUDITORIUM. M-M-frWM'fr-H-fr- 'I t H H t U t 'j 1111111 'V 'V j H $1)5,000.00 Cold Feet LAPHAM Loup: Distance Phone Main IOC. Kural Phone, Rural 84. , Our rate on our roads, $2.75 per hour. Round trip yto Roosevelt, four or five passengers, $65.00. "We can take three or four persons to Tenipe and back for less than $3.00. If you ride with us you ride in a high power handsome ear. , MESA PAINT SHOP r If a man loves a girl, that is his business. If a girl loves a fellow, that is her business. . ( If they buy a house, that is their business. : : If the house wants painting, that is OCR BUSINESS. B. Snyder S. Martin H-H-K-H-H-H ! 1 1 '? S-H-H-H-1 Congh Syrup Season f We have a complete line of all y leading cough remedies, but es- X '. pecialiy recommend Comound 4" ' Syrup of Whl'e Pine & Tar. f Pure Drug Druggists, .Mesa, Ariz. H4-H-W4W-WH-H-i-H-H-!-: MESA FEED CORRAL Horses for sale or hire. We ran feed your horses the best hay and grain thorn is on the market. Look at our prices. f W. E. SMITH, Prop. THOMAS YOUNG Veterinary Surgeon. Headquarters at Cresceit Drug Store. IJon't come into the Grover Corner Store if you don't want to be tempted. Our dainty choc olates a,nd caramels are quite irresistable. . M.l, 11 milllll I ! 1-1 1 I I . f i ALHAMBRA HOTEL Mrs. Edgar bemrlck. Proprietor. T! Strictly J"irst-class Hotel. First-class Dining Room. - Bus Meets All Trains. Largs Sample Room. H' IH I 1 1 I 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 I 1 I I 1 I'll I 20 acres one-half mile from the center of the town of Mesa, nice clean land for oranges, linlf share of water. Tli is twenty is the west half of the Kim ball furty on North Center street. . Price, $5250.00. Mesa Land Co. . - V- Mesa, A. T. THE CAPITAL AND -8URPLUS -of THE MESA CITY BANE We lolicit your patronage mean cold weather. 'The MESA DAIRY AND ICE COMPANY can send ycu the best of coal at reasonable prices. Mesa Cheese and BuUcr are noted in Arizona. We keep only the best GARAGE C. Peterson FARMS e jl. t DOWN ON THE FSftM i there is comfort and independence. Down on the farm there is -rest and health. If you have a hankering for the joys, of farm life, we are. the people YOU WANT TO SEE." ""' '." We have farm properties that .will suit you down to the ground.' TUiSy. are of different sizes and prices, but all in good localities. Come in and have a farm talk when you have the time. POMEROY-GUTHRIE REALTY CO. Mesa, Ariz. The Ten Cent Store has one of the finest lines of Post Cards and Novelties In the valley. W. F. VAN METER, Prop. 5 P. P. Myhand Veterinary Surgeon. Inquire of the Uibbcrt & Mcts Livery Stable. WE DON'T MAKE BREAD LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE We make it b-ttcr. That's a mat ter of in-lilc with us. -- THE MESA CASH BAKERY. IF YOU FEEL AN ATTACK OF LA GRIPPE coiiiu to us. We arc hearicriar'crs for I.a Grippe Cough Medicine. CRESCENT DRUG -CO. - i SALT RIVER VALLEY -CAND COM PANY ' ;r':'' . Real Estate, Mines, Loans,. Insurance. (One door west of p".tofflce.) Chandler Clcig. Mesa, Arizona. I . l 1 aBBaBBBBBl aaslntBaw ..SaaB. MM aaaaaasaaaiaaaaa MM I ' I r'r?-?-' i mm For every use in preserving, purifying and beautifying the skin, scalp, hair and hands of infants, children and adults, Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment have no rivals worth mentioning. For af fections of the skin and scalp of young, and old that tor ture, disfigure, itch, burn, crust and scale, they succeed when all else fails. Bold throne boot t wtrM rvfxifi- reedeo. 17. Chartcrbou. Hfj , rarM. 10. Riw d Im CMuM d Anun: AuatrafM. R Town, A Co . Prdofv; ladav B K. Paul. Calcutta: f riina. Hoik Kong DrucOo ; Jama, Manira. Ltd. Toku; Ho. Atnca. Inooav Ltd.. Capo Town, etr : V . A . Pottrtm A Cbca. Corn . Ho Ppm . 13, Columbua Ave , Boatoo. av32-pa Cuticura Booklrt. Don-frr. tUa tO aweiu van aaa tcatmtTu oi oaia aau. ocaov. LAlf ON THE GROUND . BOTH LEGS BROKEN Trampled Under Foot by a Galloping " ' Horse. -"whllu i riiHslne Main wtrcet Thursday night -d t-hort distance from the Vance auditorium. C. U Uiehl. one of the bent known men in Mwa, Viis struck to the ground; bj- three horsemen riding rap idly, atoil : lay in the ground with both leg" hrokir-n while th ridern xanifhed in the darkness a.t3'V ''"a fpeed than before.' A woman's scream brought attention 'to the accident, and in a mo ment the injured man was surrounded by people in automobiles, in buggies. aJid on foot, all eager to render such asxiftatice a was possible. "That there was an accident is not surprising, for . the theater crowd, pouring roin Vance's auditorium set out with: an eie single to home and fireside; and was not slow in the start ing; Horses fairly raced, and people also rati. ; It was In attempting a street cross ing in it he midst of this tumultuous thrnnv " Klif Mr Diehl wns hurt. Rlind- el br tjidr emergence fronf the lighted theater; the horsemen evidently failed to see t'iS in ill their path, and after he was knocked down were, too con fused to lialt. Diehl was carried into the Hibbert and Mets stable nearby, and there giv en attention by two physicians. He was later 'removed to his home, and is reported to be resting easily. Exam ination showed that .two bones were broken In the left leg and one in the right. CATARRH Ely's cmrAM Balm Sur to Ciiv Satisfaction. t.: Ciytf. RCLIliF AT ONCC. Iij cleanses, sont'.xs, .teals and protects the dNeHse ihembruie rifulting from Catarrh aiwl drires away a CiiHin the Head quickly, liestoros tko Senses oi Taste and SmelL Kasy to Mm-.. : Contains no injurious drna Applied ilito the noatrDs and absorbed. Iri;e kizt , SO onto at Drugfrista or by mail. .Liquid Creatr. ' Balm lor use in stomizerf , 75 eeuttu.-. ELY BROTHERS. 55 Warren St.. Htw Yor " COOK &.' PEARY' May go to the north pole, but the '-place for you to get your groceries Is at OPENSHAW & JOHNSON S. DENIES THE STORIES PRINTED ABOUT NED Says She Was Merely Away on a Visit : With Friends. Miss Rhoda Beebe. alleged to have! eloied from Mesa several weeks ago returned yesterday and Is living quietly at her home here. On the same train but not in company with Miss Beebe. was Ross Daley, a brother of James Daley who figured prominently as the man In the case. - ' Miss Beebe enters an emphatic nega tion to the statements widely clrculat ed concerning the Daley affair. "I went to Mexico by myself," she replied yesterday in answer to a ques tion, "and no one else was connected with my absence. I paid my own way. and spent my time visiting with friends in Juarez. " "It Is quite untrue that any relation existed between Mr. Daley and myself, in spite of various statements to that effect which have been given to the public." "Were you subjected to any sur veillance on the part of the authorities while you were in Juares?" she was asked. "Well, a policeman did come to me and ask a number of questions," she admitted, "but beyond that there was nothing said or done." Miss Beebe stated that she might have stayed in Mexico indefinitely, for a good position was proffered her. But she rather preferred to return to Mesa. "Mamma wanted me to come back here and live at home." she said In con clusion, "and so I came. I simply went on a visit and came back again. That's all there Is to it" PETRUCHIO, A GENTLEMAN. It is as a frank and uncompromising humorist that Shakespeare presents himself in "The Taming of the Sherw." Yet behind the rollicking fun there Is a vein of serious suggestion, and the poet asserts himself at the close most gracefully In his" tribute to. true mar ital devotion. Although the Dlav is farce of the most uncompromising type. It requires an actor of fine ar tistic comprehension to play the role of Petruchio acceptably. Petruchio Is despite ' his blustering masquerade a gentleman and an actor who conveyed no other impression than thst of the boisterous ruffian he assumed to be would give but a faint and unsatis factory interpretation of the big-hearted whole-souled suitor for a captious lady's hand. And the captious lady herself is a combination of opposed traits. Though a shrew, she must be winsome and capable when won of as much womanly devotion " she was at first of Insubordination. Charles B. Hanford Is one of the few actors to make Petruchio a character as strong In Its 'humorous appeal as it Is In Its artistic aspect. Miss Marie Drofnah who assumes the role of Katherine has been fortunate in winning approval for her :erformance pf it to an extent that assures a complete and harmonious In terpretation. Mr. Hanford will appear at the Mesa opera house on Friday, January 14. in this merry play. SALE OF HARDWARE STORE. Negotiations have been arranged for the sale of .the Barnett hardware store to -Messrs. Jones and Davis of the Jones-Davis furniture company. The particulars of this important transaction are not yet oucn to pub lication, for although a satisfactory agreement has been reached, the deal has not yet been absolutely closed. It is understood that the two stores will be combined, thus making one of the largest mercantile establishments on the south side. IN PHOENIX TONIGHT. The . "Brewster's Millions" company made good In Mesa in every sense of the word. They were a clean-cut and quiet bunch of young men and wo men, and made friends readily. There were 23 mem'jers in the company, and they were divided about equally be tween the Alhambra and the Mesa hotels. The company left early yes terday morning for Prescott for last night's stand. They will xhow . In Phoenix tonight. . IT WAS MOVING DAY. v Dun Hibbert and famllv are moving into their new brick residence, which has just been completed under the su lerviHlon of Contractor M. J. Galpin. The old Hibbert house has been mov ed to the back of the lot facing on Robson street, and the-Will Marlars are moving into this house. ELITE CHANGES HANDS. The Klite store was sold yesterday by M. P. Holladav tt Alexander Tur ner, and V. A. Flndlay. Mr. Turner has been in Holladay's employ for sometime past as trainer for hU horses and win continue In that capacity for the present. Mr. Findlay, who has been connected with Harnett's drug store will manage the Elite. IN CRITICAL CONDITION. Harry Burrier, who has been ill for sonic time recently, is reported to be n a critical condition. Messrs Gib bons and Kimball, however, who have li'iewise been ill, are much better. The former Mas t,ble to be about town for a while Thursdar evening. WENT TO PHOENIX. David Butler, of the firm of Shat- tuck ami Ximmo. went to Phoenix yes terday morning for a brief business trip. WENT TO PHOENIX. Prof. H. Q. Robertson, principal of the Mesa schools, went over to phoe nix yesterday afternoon to meet with the board of education. Last night he attended the Knights of Pvthlas In stallation and banquet, nnd returnel home todaj. i PreInventory Sale LADIES Continues with greater interest than ever. '( . . 4c yard for Calicoes, regular values. 74 yard for fine outings, regular V2Yjc values. 9c yard for new embroideries, regular 20c values. 9c yard for Dress Ginghams, regular 15c values. 95c yard for Ladies' "2.00 Outing Gowns. 65c yard for Ladies' .$1.25 Outing Gowns. $1.50 yard for Ladies' $3.50 Long Kimonos. 85c yard for Ladies' $1.50 House Dresses, fleece lined. 75c yard for Ladies' $2.50 "WrapjKu-s. 50 Dozen Quilts and Dlankets at 25fc discount. FOLLOW THE CROWDS. adies Mesa STANOABE WILL NOT HAVE TO PAY HNS Jury Decides the Latter Has Been Fully Reimbursed. A jury chosen to decide the respect ive merits of the claims of the plaintiff and defendants in the suit instituted by H. C. Walking against Standage and Son for the collection of wages claimed to be due the plaintiff, found for the defendants at the end of a long hearing Thursday afternoon in 'Justice Irwin's court. The case arose over a disagreement as to the amount of wages due Wat kins from the defendants mho carry on a contracting business. Watkins had been engaged to haul sand for the con tractors, it being the understanding ap parently that he was to be paid only when the contractors received their money. Watkins did his work, and in the course of events the time for settle ment came. Then arose the difficulty, Watkins claimed 31.t0 for his labor. The contractors thought JJS.SX was about right, and eventually settled for that amount. Watkins, however, was far from satisfied with this adjudica tion, and entered suit for the balance, with the above result. Prior to the hearing, it is stated, the Standage tried to settle the case out of court by offering to pay the disputed sum If Watkins wotild pay the costs which had accrued tjp to that time. The offer was refused. Attorneys Dough erty and Pomeroy appeared for the plaintiff irl the syit. and Attorney Sil vcrthorn for the defendants. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is not a common, everv-day cough mixture. It is a meritorious remedy for all the troublesome and dangerous complica tions resulting from cold In the head. throat, chest or lungs. Sold by all dealers. x UNDER THE WEATHER. Mrs. V. V. openshaw was confined to her home by illness yesterday, and Mr. Openshaw. her husband, remained at home with her. . PHOENIX VISITOR HERE. ' S. L. Hamilton or the Wiles" B. Allen company in Phoenix came In on the morning train yesterday from the north side, and sent the day at his Mesa headquarters. LITTLE GIRL IMPROVING. The small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy I.amb, who has' been quite 111 with diphtheria recently, is showing mark ed improvement and will probably re cover readily from now on. COUNTY SURVEYOR HERE. . L. G, Knipe. county surveyor, sfjrnt yesterday in Mesa on business con nected with his office. You Wilt Sever Know HOW Good Your Desserts Can Be Until You Use BURNETT'S VANILLA - The delicious, natural flavor of the "Finest Mexican Vanilla Beans" it in every drop of Burnett's Vanilla. This rare, subtle favor is apparent in every morsel. jMsf and your grocer will supply you with Burnett's Vanilla. Snd u Tmmr trocar's mmmt mmi w will anal yom, FREE. thirtT-ais orisiaai, taatsd rcipa trl a.bcwi aairahaa aaaljr mmi aiutaauiLilly TZT-UfrtkiantEEU. josEra Mruorr conrAHT. xusn, AT TOGGERY Toggery Ariz. PUTS CLEVERLY CAST AND SMOOTHLY ACTEO ) Show at the Vance Was the Best in Many Months. I j Most of Mesa was out Thursday ! night to witness Monty Brewster's ef j' forts to soend a million dollars In a ' year and win a mighty nice girl under i miiTri a u -1 .t iiii-aiiinianvni. ne uia ! both, although it. looked at the last minute as though he was going to fall j down on both propositions, and every I one -was happey. -j Notwithstanding the fact that there kUas a defiant atmosphere of chilliness surrounding both actors and audience, tlie play was not a frost. On the con- i trary. it was unanimously pronounced the best show seen here in many months. The Vance management did j a clever stroke of business and scored : heavily in popular favor when it; brought "Brewster's Millions" to town; and when The Great Divide" comes. ; there will be another full house. j The management went down to de- I feat on the heating proposition, how- ever, although the big stove situated j well back in the audience did its best. : One heating stove cannot be expected to grapple successfully with prorl-j dence; and providence sent a pretty j chilly evening to Mesai Consequently I when the curtain ros on the third act j disclosing a scene on board Monty i Brewster's yacht, a fierce sweep of i sea-breexe bore down on the audience,! j adding realism to the play bnt sending; la chill through those nearest the stage. I I All lm .... w u .....m ... I Miiooiiiiy aciea. jpere were no Dums on the stage. And the action proceeded smartly from first to last. The p!a$ was replete with good situations, clever lines, and comedy of McCutcheon's own particuular kind. The stage settings were particularly I attractive, but the effect would have! been even better If all the scenery and properties could have been used, much of which was necessarily omitted. z i 0 How's This Wa offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured oy Mall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY A CO.. ToleaVr. .O. We. the nndersimed. hare known r. f. Cheney for the last 15 year, avisj be lieve him perfectly honorable In all busi ness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation road by a la WaLDIKO. KfNNAN MARVIN. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken Internal)-. acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Testimo nials sent free. Price 75c per bottle. ooio . oy an uruggists Tako Hail's Family Fills for eontttlpav Serml 04300. : ' CONTEST NOTICE. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. Phoenix. Arizona. Jan. 6. 1910. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed In this office by Da.iiel Dawson, contestant, against Home stead Entry. So. 1581 Senat 04300, mad April 22. 1908.-for NE"4NEVi. Sec.; 21. XVfcXWU and NWVXE Sec. 22. Township 1 S. Range 4 W G A S Ft Meridian, by Wilbur J. Knight. Contestee. in which it is alleged that said W llbur J. Knight has not com plied with the U. S. Land Laws. It Is wild, grown up to brush, unoccupied and totally unimproved on the said tract. Said parties are hereby notified to apiiear. respond, and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on February 15. 1910, before the Register and Receiver at the United States Land 'Office in Phoenix. Ari zona. The said contestant having. In a proper affidavit, filed January 4. 1910, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of .this notice can not be made, it la hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publica tion. CHAS. E. ARN'OLD, Receiver. CONTEST NOTICE. Department jof the Interior, United States Land Office, Ph enix. Art , zona. " ' December', 1909. A sufficient contest affidavit nav. Ing been filed in this office by A. Einil Soderman. contestant, againtit Homestead Entry No. 5171, Serial 03I5, made March 2. 1905. for 6'4 NWi4. SWH.NE)4. XEKSTCH. Sec,. tion 11. Township 5S. Range 10W. G. & S. R. Meridian, by Walter Frank lin Gray, contestee. In which it is alleged that said Walter Franklin Gray has wholly abandoned said en try for more than - qhe.- year last past, aaid parties are 'hereby noti fied to appear, respond and offer evi dence touching; said allegation at 10 o'clock a.m. en February 17. 1910. before the Register and Receiver at the United States Land office iu Phoenix. Arizona. The aaid contestant having, in a proper affidavit, filed December 4. 1909. set forth Tacts which show that after due diligence personal service of this notice cannot be made. It I hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication. ... CHARLES E. ARXOLD. Receiver. CENTRAL AVENUE PROPOSALS. Proposals will be received by the trustees of special road dircict. Net 1 jntll noon Jan. 12. 1910. for hauling 12,500 cu. yds. of. crushed stone. Separate proposals will be received at the same time for quarrying aiul crushing 8.500 cu. yds. of stone. Spe cifications can be had at the office- of EDWIX M. LAMSOX. . . . Clerk. NOTICE. The annual meeting of the stock- ; holders of the Phoenix National bank ' will be held at its office in Phoenix. . Arizona, Tuesday, January, 11, 1910, at , 3 o'clock p. m. for the p .-pose of electing A board of directors to servo for the ensuing year and transacting . such other business .as may proyerly come before the meeting. R. B. BWRMISTER. Cashier. December' C. 1S0 J. ' -1- See Them Fly AT Los Angeles AVIATION ' WEEK. $23.10,- THE ROUND TRIP January 9th -to '16,: inc. Return limit January 31. 3 Q W. L. Carver, City Pass. Agent. W. 8. Goldsworthy, Gen. Agent. filtL. Veux CEMENT CONTRACTOR. Tho reason I charge .more for cement work IB "becaffse I "buy Imporated cement. Costs more, but does better work. Phono Main 249. . ' - Phoenix, Arizona. , ' Wbon In Wlckenburg atoa at tba : HOTEL VERNETTA CAFC AND RESTAURANT 1 The best la the city. CoiamataUo Mckata, 15 meal for M M. J- A, Wilbouen. -. ' , CHIROPUUisr Painless removal of Corns 60 cents each. Bunions, Moles and Warts removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe cialty. Men, Ladles and Children treated day or evenings. Between First and Center Sta, on Adams. Phono Red S072. FRANK SH1RLEV. You Must Stop FOR A COOL ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHT REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA. ARIZONA.