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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1910.
REAL ESTATE WANTS.
Six to eight room house, close in. Price must
be right.
Three to five room houses, for a customer,
at once.
Some cheap lots in suburbs, near Eastlake
Piirk.
Furnished or unfurnished rooms to rent. We
have customers for those who mean business.
If you . have anything you want sold, see us
at once.
Arizona Auction & Development Co.
5 WEST WASHINGTON ST.
Southwestern Realty
Company
"It's the Soil."
We have the best buys
in the valley listed in
this office.
We would be pleased
to have you call for any
information.
NEXT DOOR TO
POSTOFFICE
Ph. me Main 28C. .Phoenix. Ariz.
Coslley & Thompson's
Real Estate Exchange.
31 W. Adams Street.
ASK US
About our business corners. We have
n close price on two corners that have
nt been on the market.
Moore-Tannehill & Co.
Successors to
L. J. RICE & CO.
"33 EAST ADAMS ST.
THESE HOMES
ARE ALL WITHIN
8 BLOCKS OF THE
POSTOFFICE
AND IN THE
CHOICEST RESI
DENCE DISTRICT
Modern mission style. 7-rooin.
pebble dashed brick on X.
Center street. 75 foot lot.
Price (6500. Good terms.
Modern "-room brick. X. First
street, corner lot. east front.
Price $5000. Uood terms.
Xice 5-room brick on east
Pierce street, bath. (tas. and
electric light. Price $2600.
j Modern t-room brick, lot
( foot front, on X. Third avenue.
(Price, furnishsd, $4750, or $4250
unfurnished. Term.
6 room modern brick on X.
Fourth avenue. A real bar
Rain at $3500. Oood terms.
Modern 5 -room brick on X'.
Fifth avenue. East front. Price
$3800. Best of terms.
7-room brick, modern in every
respect, on X. Fifth avenue.
Price $3750. Rood terms.
The Above are all good buys
and lit addition to the numlier
of rooms mentioned all have
larife scren rooms, also barns,
etc.
We have others ranging in
price from jr.iiO to S1S.(iihi, also
lots in all parts of the city.
GEARE & 00.
REAL ESTATE
LOANS AND INSURANCE.
12 N. Center St. Phoenix, Ariz.
5f
FOR SALE
l.'.O acres, water signed up. Xo ditch
ing to do. Price $65 ier acre. It
in University addition. Price $275.
2 frame houses. 3 rooms each and lot
75x127' feet. Price $1200.
Itrick bouse in fhurchill Addition,
close in. Price $2250.
Modern two-story residence on North
First avenue. Close In. Price $;.
-Cheap lots In Capitol Addition.
HARRY E. PEIRCE
21 South First Ave.
Thomas Place .
Choice residence lots and su
burban homes. Easy payments.
H. C. THOMAS REAL ESTATE
A INVESTMENT CO.
Office end of Indian School car
line. Phone County 15.
REAL ESTATE
Three lots. West Capitol Addition, at $200
to $250. ;
Five lots In Cupitol Addition at $160.
Five-room house, McDowell Road, with lVj
acres lij garden and alfalfa, $2800.
Six-room house on First Avenue, $4200.
Tliree lots and four-room house, Inrse
porches, $1600.
LIFELIKE ATTITUDE.
"Some of our jirominent men," sug
gested the photographer, "like to have
their photos taken in a characteristic
attitude." ;
v -Suits me," responded the subject.
"Photograph me with my nose against
a grind .tone. ot one handy?" Louis-j
ville Pnurier-Journal. j
20 Acres
All in alfalfa, four and
one-half ""miles north
west of the city. Good
house, new barn, ' well
and all in first class
shape. An ideal conn
try place for any one
wishing, a small ranch.
Price $5000.00. (J od
terms.
Greene & Griffin
FOR SALE
6 room modern house In good loca
tion, practically new. cannot be dupli
cated for the money. Price $2000.00,
easy payments.
3 lots en West Adami street, corner
with evergreen trees on both streets,
for $2000.00 easy payments, $100.00 or
more down and $21 per month takes
them.
4 room house just being completed,
for $750.00, easy . payments. $50.00
down and $20 per month.
2 room house with city water, for
$400.00, easy payments. $25.00 down
and $10.00 per month.
FOR RENT
5 room house. Just completed, for
$6.00 per month.
2 room house with city water, fur
nished, for $8.00.
3 rooms, fairly close in. for $15.00
per month.
S room furnished homse on far line.
price on application.
FOR EXCHANGE
House and lot at Redondo lieaeli for
Phoenix property.
80 acres in Colorado for Phoenix
real estate.
Co acres in Missouri for Phoenix or
Salt PJver Valley property.
2 good houses in Chicago for Phoe
nix residence or business property.
B. G. Pecka
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
610-12 Went Washington Street.
Phoenix. Arizona. Phone Ited 94C4.
FOR SALE i
Xew fi-room brick house, modern,
close In. Only $::.r.00. Half down
will handle it.
Corner lot, new portable house,
$500.
Choice corner lot and 4-roonr brick
house, soteen room. Only $2250.
$1000 down.
One choice lot, full sized, $275.
$150 down, north side.
Two choice lots, one a corner, $600.
Terms.
4 inside lots. $250 each.
Three-room frame house, full sized
lot, 1550.. $100 down.
' BIGLEY & SON.
35 North First Ave.
HAMILTON BROS.,
Piano Tuners.
With
; Wiley B. Allen Co., Inc.
ARIZONA CLEANING WORKS.
235 E. Washington. Phone Black 2031.
i
1 r. '
BARGAINS -
QUEER USES FOR DEAD WIVES.
More than once has a dead wife
been a source of income to the be-i-aed
husband. A Kansas store
keeper is the fortunate possessor of
a petrified wife. Though he has tak
en to himself a second partner, lie
still carefully preserves the indurated
form of his first wife, which, at his
present spouse's suggest ion, he keeps
in his simp to attract custom. Tills
decideuV draw would seem, however,
to have aroused the envy of his neigh
bors, for already several, though
hitherto futile, attempts have been
made to deprive him of his treas
ure. This shurp tradesman had a proto
type In Martin Van burchell, a quack
doctor and dentist of considerable no
toriety in the reign of ieore III. He
could likewise lay claim to some
origiiuilily, for when his wife died he
resolved to utilize her for the pur
pose of increasing his practice. He
accordingly had her embalmed and
Klaced in his parlor, wiiere she was
iid View to such patients as favored
him with their patronage. She was a
decided draw.
When in the flesh, Julia Pastrana,
the celebrated "Nondescript and
Bearded I-ady,"' was without question
a source of considerable income to
her husband, Mr. Lent, to whom, too,
she proved, when dead, scarcely less
remunerative. Her demise, which
took place at St. Petersburg, was
followed by the prompt sale of her
body for $2,500. to Professor Sucka
loff, who embalmed it with such skill
that the shrewd widower repurchased
It for $4,000, with the intention of
exhibiting it in Russia. This, how
ever, he was not' allowed to do, so he
brought it to this country, where, in
1862, it attracted crowds to the Bur
lington gallery.
The late Commander Cameron, in
his entertaining book, -Across Af
rica." relates how on one occasion he
visited a certain hospitable, but can
nibally Inclined potentate at the very
time that he was about to hold high
festival by devouring one of his dead
wives also, by the way. standing to
him in the relation of aunt whom he
had thoroughly prepared for table by
exposing In a shallow brook, under a
broiling sun. for several days. Xeed
less to say that Cameron had a most
pressing engagement elsewhere, so
was obliged to decline the royal gour
met's gracious invitation to the feast.
A small farmer, living in the neigh
borhood of Amsterdam, some time
back lost his wife. Though the cou
ple had always lived together without
dissension, the love he bore his spouse
did not equal that with which he re
garded the fruits of bis farm. So, at
least, did it appear, for he hit upon
the grewsoine idea of utilizing the
dead body as a scarecrow, the good
housewife being found by some neigh
bors a day or two after hef decease
In a discarded suit of her husband's,
and keeping guard in a small orchard
behind the house. Popular Indigna
tion was at boiling point, but luckily
for the farmer, he was nowhere to be
found. London . Tit-Bits.
Navel Cull Oranges, $1.00 per box.
Crump Hay & Grain Co.
AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLE8 OF
INCORPORATION OF REALITO
MINING COMPANY.
KXOW ALL MEN BY THKSK PRES
ENTS: That at a meeting of the stock
holders of the Kealito Mining Com
pany, held at the office of the Com
pany in the City of Phoenix. Arizona,
on the loth day of December, A. D.
199. after due notice of said meeting
in the manner prescribed by the By
Laws of said Company, by the af
firmative vote of the majority of the
issued and outstanding stock of the
Company. Article l of the Articles of
Incorporation of said Company was
amended authorizing the stock holders
meetings of said company to be held
in the City of Hannibal. Missouri; so
that said amended Article shall read
as follows;
'Article 1. The name of this corpo
ration shall be the Realito Mining
Company. The principal place In
which the business of said corporation
within the territory of Arizona Is to
be transacted is Phoenix. Maricopa
County. Arizona, and the principal
place of business of said corporation
outside the territory of Arizona shall
be the City of Hannibal, County of
Marion, in the State of Missouri, at
which meetings of stock holders nnd
the Board of Directors may be held."
REALITO MINING COMPAXT.
(SEAL) By 3, J. BROWX, .
Attest: Vice President.
ED DeRARIS.
Secretary.
Slate of Missouri.
County of Marjnn, ss.
Before me, A. R. Smith a ' Notary
Public In and for the State and County
aforesaid, on this day personally ap
peared J. J. Brown known to me to
be the Vice President of the Realito
Mining Company and to me known to
be the oerson whose name Is sub
scribed to the foregoing ' instrument
and he acknowledged to me that he
voluntarily executed the same for and
in behalf of said company, as his free
act and deed, and- for the uses and
purposes therein mentioned.
OJiWii under my hand and seal of
office this 16th day of December, A.
D. 199.
My commission expires March 26.
1912.
(SEAL) A. R. SMITH.
Notarv Public. Marion County, Missouri.
TVAS II BUSY DAY
IN JUVENILE COURT
The Charges of Mrs. Ethel M. Adamt
Against Her Husband.
The time of the district court yes
terday was consumed largely by the
affairs of dependent, unprotected and
delinquent children. The first com
plainant was Mrs. Ethel M. Adams and
her complaint was directed against her
husband. Andrew J. Adams, an em
ploye of the county - hospital. The
complaint states that on account of
her husband's brutality and the coarse
unprintable language that he used to
ward her In the presence of their chil
dren, she was compelled to leave him.
Thereupon he had the care of the chil
dren, one of whom is Stella Adams,
aged fifteen.
The complainant says that lavt
month her husband drove this daugh
ter away, telling her to go to 'the
block." since then the child has had
no home and only such assistance a"
the complainant could afford hr.
which was not much.
She says that her husband Is ret
ting a good salary and that he has re
cently boastfully declared that he had
$200 in his pockets to say nothing of
his deposits in the bank.
on this petition Judge Kent directed
an order to Adams to appear In court
next Saturday and show. If he ran,
w hy he should not be made to support
this child and take care e.f her.
Another case was that of K1hrt
Sehenck. a fourteen-year-old bnv
whose mother, Lola M. Sehenck. wnN
him sent to the reform school. She
says that she ran control him no long
er: that he does not attend schiNit
"with any degree of regularity," that
he is an insurgent in other respects
and has become addicted to the use
of tobacco and the association of bad
boys. .
Have you a weak throat? If so, you
cannot be too careful. Tou cannot be
gin treatment too early. Each cold
makes you more liable to another and
the Inst is always the harder to cure.
If you will take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy at the outset you will be
saved much trouble. Sold by all
dealers.
PERSONAL MENTION
Guests at the Hotel Adams are C.
H. Lincoln. Los Angeles; C. D. Shaffer
nnd son. Basin,. Wyo.; Edward L.
May berry. Lob Angeles: S. S. Kisgan.
Tucson; Char leu A; Snow, Great Di
vide; .William Buckingham, Los An
geles; James , W. Malcolmson, Kansas
City; O. Longacre Jr., Prescott: W. F.
Humbert. Niagara Falls. N. T.; A. L.
Cassidy, San Francisco; J. E. Vaughan,
Chicago. - '.'.
. At the Ford are L. Shaw, Los An
geles; Fred Schilling, Los Angeles.; Mr.
and Mrs. I. L. Fletcher. San Francisco;
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hampton, Xew York:
Mrs. Rhimer and child. Silver City. N.
M.: J. C. Caen. Monoca, Pa.; L. J.
Gillis. Pasadena. Cal.; E. B. Cadwala
der. Rocky Ford. Colo.; George B.
Hannaman, Los Angeles.
At the Commercial are J. W. Archer.
J. S. Pratt. James. O'Hara; cP. J.
Holmes. Los Angeles: James Scott;
B. M. Jenkins. New York; P. T.
Thorne. ' New Tork: William Colqu
houn, Los Angeles; F. J. 'Anderson,
Ix8 -Angeles; Colin Campbellj Ashfork;
R, H. H. Blome, Flagstaff; Ed M
Blake. Naco. A. T.; D. W. O'Carroll.
William Butler.
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
That Is LAXATIVB BROMO QUININE.
Look for the.' signature of E. W.
GROVE. Useit the World over to Cure
a Cold In. One Day. 25c .
ADVANCING AGE OF MARRIAGE.
The average age of the community
is becoming older, it was pointed out
by the president of the Royal Sta
tistical society recently. ; It Is Inter
esting to note that the age ofnnr
liage has also the same tendency. Ac
cording to the available returns, as
many as 40,000 girls mnrrv In England
In a year under 21 that Is in less than
one-seventh of the marriages regis
tered. Thirty years, a generation ago,
more than one-fifth of the women
marrying in. a year were miriors.
Another interesting fact that seems
to nrove" this tendency to later mar
riages is provided: by. the figures for
the last decade. In 1907 the number
of marriages of . women1' between the
ages of 21 and 2.r were just over fi.oon
more than In 1S9S, while the marriages
if women between the. ages of 25 and
30 in leased by Just 'over 12.'i0. -
The average, or mean, age of all
spinsters who married in 18S was "fi
years and 1 month. This has advanced
ti 25 years and 6!4 months in the last
available' returns. Widows at their
second and third marriages are also
older, having advanced from an aver
age of 40 years nnd 7 months to 40
years and Jl months. -
Thus spinster brides are nearly six
months and widow brides four months
older thnn those of a few years ago.
London Daily Mail. '
LOVERS' LEXICON.
Proposal The height of a woman's
ambition.
Kiss A man's mark of conquest; a
woman's asset in a breach of promise
suit. ... '
Matrimony The mirage on the des
ert of life.
Theater A place where money Is
spent, until the preacher is paid the
final fee.
Nothing What a young' man saves
while he is' courting.
Candy Matrimonial bait
Wedding Invitation A polite request
for anything that will aid in the estab
lishment of a household. Judge.
.Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is a
very voluble medicine, for throat andi
lung -troubles. ' quickly relieves and
cures painful breathing and a danger
ously sounding cough which Indicates
congested lungs. Sold by all dealers.
WHAT MAKES A GREAT PLAY7
Some Interesting Comments On
Dramas That Outlive the Years.
.Discussing the qualifications of a
great play, the Xew York World re
cently asked:
"What solitary play is there of any
period which can be read as a vo--k
of literature as even "Richelieu" or
"The Lady of Lyons" may .yei be
read?"
What plays can contemiwn-ary
American dramatic authorship show
to match the Bulwer Lytton drama in
combined acting and literary quali
ties 7 The" Courier-Journal designates
"Alabama," "Secret Service" and
"Held by the Enemy" as plays "quite
as epoch-making as any of Ibsen's."
and thinks "The Witching - Hour"
worth a dozen of "Irises" and Tan
querays," Which perhaps it 'is.
But Is there aything in the Augus
tus Thomas or William Gillette drama
which holds out the promise that their
plays will live? Will great actors ap
pear In "Alabama" fifty years after,
as Booth did in "Richelieu": sixty
years after, as in the case of Irving?
Will schoolltoy . orators spout pas
sages from "Secret Service"? Is there
a single phro.se in "Held by the En
emy" worthy to become a copybook
motto, like the "pen and sword" pas--age
in "Richelieu" ?. Is there auy
scene in all tlirea f thes American
plays comparable in dramatic inten
sity Willi t e ii'. where Ihe .r:i:di
nul draws the "a-.-:ul circle of our
4oYMin church"?
If "Richniieu" lie bondris: it might
te nished that Ancrican playwright,
hiS more of the quality occasionally.
It might even be a welcome relief
from the prevailing Broadway type
if in the construction of romantic
loie for matinee heroes they ould
now and then attain to something
Touching In Bynmic lerver to that
f Claud Melmotte, "the maudlin and
mawkish."
UNITED STATES LIFE SAVING
SERVICE.
For about $2,000,000 the United
States maintains 81 life-saving sta
tions at points of danger on its sea
roasts and on the shores of the great
lakes. Last year more than J00 ves
sels were warned of danger by the sig
nals of the patrol and tower watch
men. Four hundred and fifty-nine
documented vessels met dlseaster, but
of 6,377 persons on board these vessels
only eight were lost.
The service employs about 2.000 men,
all except a small percentage being
surfmen employed only nine months
of the year, autumn, winter and spring.!
the time of greatest danger to shipping
and of greatest physical hardship for
the men who patrol the coasts night
and day. The worse the weather the I
greater must be their vigilance. The
lonely patrol across miles of sandj
through the hours of a raging winter
storm makes the beat of a city police-1
man seem like a stroll in a garden.
For their services these men receive j
the equivalent of about $700 a year, a I
modest increase, having been given
them two years ago. Out of their in
come they must furnish their own'
uniforms and storm clothes, and if.
married, as about 80 per cent of them
are, maintain the family from which
they are necessarily absent for three
quarters of the year.
In the debate on the increase in
pay in March, 1908, reference was
made to the members of the corps as
"the hardest worked, the bravest and
the most efficient men in the public
service. This is not an overstate
ment. Their duties combine, the work
done by sailors, policemen and fire
men. -and the life is arduous and dan
gerous. In case of death "by reason
of perilous service or any wound or
injury received or disease contracted
In the line of duty" a two-year pro
vision is made for a dependent mother.
a widow, a child r children under 16
years of age. This is not enough. The I
soldier and the sailor through re-en-j
liKtment may look forward to their re-1
tirenient pay. The same arrangement
should in simple justice be made for:
the life-saving -service. ' As it would!
tend to bring good men Into the crops,!
and also keep good men In It, retire-i
ment pay after a specified term of ser- i
vice would be a good business for the'
country as well as an act of justice. j
Xew York Sun. i
Chamberlain's Cough Remefly never
disappoints those who use it for ob
stinate coughs, colds and Irritations of
the throat and itings. It stands un
rivalled as a remedy for all throat and
lung diseases. Sold by all dealers.
THE HAND AT THE WHEEL.
It matters not what conrse my rhip
may go.
That leaves the port 'neath skies so
calm and clear;
Though, later, threatening winds muy
wildly blow.
Of harm I have no fear.
The storm may beat In fury 'round
my barque, .
The ocean's spray up to th mast
head leap.
The way he long, the night he starless
' dark.
Secure my course I keep.
It matters not how swift may be the
'. tide.
Though lightning cleave with lurid
flame the sky;
Rut that my ship will every storm
outride.
On this I can rely.
. t ,
Nor does it matter when the goal I
gain. . - --' - -Xor
if the ship be strlpt of every
mast. 7 .
My heart nor lips will murmur or
' complain,
When safe the nm-hor's cast
flood of hofc in
Why there is such a
me,
To doubting hearts this much. I will i
reveal: . j
The Hand that launched my barque
on life's great sea !
Is ever at the wheel.
. ' Thomas F. Porter. '
' MYSTERIOUS.
"Oh. dear," sighed her husband's
wife, "J.'can't find a pin anywhere; f
wonder where all the pins go to, any-'
way." j
"That's a difficult question to an
swer." replied his wife's husband, "be
cause they are always pointed in one j
direction and headed another." Les
lies. ........
Ingleside
. . . . . . . . '. .
TV , rtarti -fJE-NV
The Ingleside Company is now offering a limited num
ber of lots at reasonable prices to buyers who will im
prove, property. These lots lie adjacent to the new In
gleside Club House, which is one of the finest illustra
tions of high class architecture in Arizona. Some of the
lots include orange trees , in full bearing. Ingleside is
nine miles northeast of Phoenix, half a mile south of the
Camella k Mountain, and protected by it from damag
ing frosts in winter. Water works already installed.
Streets shaded with large pepper, olive and. ash trees;
Ingleside yards have lawns and flower beds. Over 1100
feet of cement-sidewalks -have been laid. For further
information drive out to Ingleside and see the prettiest
spot in the Southwest. Phoenix agents -
Phoenix Trust Company
10 West Adams Street.
REDLANDS BUYS CALZONA LOTS
Interested parties in Redlunds sent Mr. W. II. Wy kof f.
of that city to Investigate Caizona on the ground. He was.
out before breakfast the next morning trying to pick out
all the choice locations. Seeing Is believing.
Caizona Is a. Golden Opportunity for Redlnnds and It's a
Golden Opportunity for You. Take advantage of it and
BUY CALZONA LOTS NOW
HARRY KAY & CO.
Agent
7 West Adam Street.
Phoenix, A. T.
TRUNKS, BAGGAGE AND ! V Q R A L E S
freight j. MERCANTILE CO.
Delivered on abort notice. 244-246 E. WaSuingtOH St.
Quick service is our motto. ' ' - : - - .... - J
Lightning Delirery i hwiwr--
Office 1 S. Center EASTERLIES & WHlTKTj
- ' I UNDERTAKERS '
E. E. EICE,
Wickenburg.
Mining Engineer and U.
S. Deputy Mineral Sur
veyor. T
I1 1 I I I II 1 1 I i I1 1 t I M III I1 H-
PHOENIX, ARIZONA
, BRANCH 4
Finnegan-Brown Co.
Hides, Pelts, Tallow,
etc.
We invite your cor
respondence. COMPANY
P. O. Box 546.
FINNEGAN - BROWN
H I M 1 I1 ! I I I I H' I-M-I I' M
MtlllllUimMIMHHH
DUNK
HEALTHFUL x
VITALIZING
VI-TO-ZONE
THI
NATURAL
MINERAL WATER J
nttiiii"nuiuiiin'
IIIIIIIIHI
I. M. Taylor & Co.
8 Congress St., Boston;
MEMBERS
BOSTON STOCK
EXCHANGE
Orders exeaitited and in
fonnation furnished on
all listed stocks.
Our market letter with
interesting facts con-.
cermng ;
VULTURE
upon application.
tiiiiiitiiiiim
- Ing'leside
Caizona Land &
Townsite Co.
Caizona, California
T W. Washington St,
Pnoenix, Arizona.
Moore & McLellsn
Undertakers and Embatmara,
Lady Assistant.
12 West Adams Street.
Telephone Main 122.
J
! r 1"H"H' ! MllllUllllinilf
Pioneer Exploration
v Company f
42 Broadway,
New York City."
Prospects Financed.
-Mill IH
77e HOFFMAN
Efrthlng First Claa
Famoos Tonr Faust Beer on
Draught
Billy Gamble, Proprietor.
212 E. WASHINGTON
BUY OF OWNER and save
commission.'' Best garden land
in valley, 20 acres, with 8 -room
brick house, outbuildings, iine
shade; no ditch cleaning;, water
brought right to the land, (5500;
tv.o miles out.
40 acres adjoining $150 an acre.
Land all around sells for double.
THE FAIR STORE
freight and Baqaage
carefully and quickly bandied.
Storage at reasonable rates.
Pioreir aid osrsnliHateil
Transfer and stcrage Go.
Baggage office. 111 North Center St
Telepnone Main 14S.
General office, 43 South Center St.
Telephone Main 74.

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