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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 18, 1910.
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For Your Spectacles, Eyeglasses and
Other Optical Goods SEE US
ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIANS
19 East Adams St. Phone Red 2641
DR. L. M. SVIGERT,
of New York
For terms to producing agents,
J. H. COONS, Manager,
34 North Center St.,
It does not -tako a good doctor to
tell that most anybody could do as
much. To tell what makes you ill
sometimes calls for the utmost skill.
Anyone, by a few simple tests, can
tell that your eyes are defective
that you need glasses of some kind
but to know the exact cause and fit
the right glasses calls for more than
We make the fitting of glasses a
special, study and are in business to
bring wrong eyes and right glasses
together. May wo help you?
Optician and Optometrist
118 T7. Washington St. Phooalx. A. T.
Arsenate of Lead
Eecommended by the
State Horticulturist for
the destruction of the
Coddling Moth, Canker
worm, Tussock Moth,
Potato Beetle, Brown
Tail Moth, etc. It is
effective and sure. It
can be used on any
kind of plant, vegeta
ble, vine or tree.
LOVETT mm CO.
N. W. Cor. Center and
Telephone Main 18.
S. A. Echlin, Mgr.
Willis G. West
JANE METZLER URBAN
A Military Extravaganza
Thursday The Widow McGinty.
Friday Chorus Girls' Contest
and general big doings in ad
dition to Regular Show.
NEW PICTURES AND SONGS
OH, YOU RED-HEADS.
Big and Little
At All Prices
Everything t tickle
the kids at
F. B. Baptist & Go.
11 and 13' N. Center St.
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Ten dollars reward
will be paid for any in
formation leading to
the arrest and convic
tion of persons caught
stealing 'Arizona Republican.
DAILY WEATHER REPORT
Daily Weather Report
The Arizona Republican
Forecast for today Fair.
Data for 24 hours ending &:30 p. m.
Harometer, inches 20.94 20. SI
Temperature, degrees' 50 79
Sensible or wet tempt.. .46 CO .
Dew point, degrees 44 40
Humidity, per cent SO 31
Wind direction S SW
Wind velocity, miles 2 2
Rainfall, inches 0 0
Weather Clear Clear
Mean daily humidity 5G
Mean daily temperature (52
Highest temperature i SO
Lowest temperature T. 4a
Total daily rainfall 0
Deficiency in temperature yesterday
Excess in temperature since first
of month 19 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since January 1 C13 degrees.
Departure in rainfall yesterday
Deficiency in rainfall since first of
month 0.OS inches.
Accumulated deficiency in rainfall
since January 1 3.SG inches.
L. N. JESUXOFSKV,
OF LOCAL INTEREST
SAN FRANCISCO PASSENGER
Among the passengers who went out
on last night's Phoenix was Vernon
Jobe, who -went to San Francisco on
a business trip.
BELATED VACATION Miss Adah
M. Caie, the competent stenographer
of the Water Users' Association, is
enjoying a ' belated vacation, which
will extend over a period of twb'
GOING TO CHINA Lum Hing and
Chock You, two well known Phoenix
Chinamen, left last night on the
"Phoenix" for San Francisco. They
are on their way to China for a visit
with friends and relatives in that
country! Both expect 'to return in a
APPEAL FROM PROBATE
COURT Suit was filed in the dis
trict court yesterday in hehalf of
Willis G. "Wentzler, being an appeal
from two orders of the prolate
court in the matter of the estate of
Lillian May Wentzler versus Willis
G. Wentzler. The appellant makes
affidavit that he is a devisee under
a will of Lillian May Wentzler dated
April 21, 1Q10, which the court re
fused to probate and that the court
did instead, admit a will dated April
2, 1910, to his material injury.
MINING MAN GOES EAST Dr.
N. H. Morrison, president of the Lon
don Gila Mining & Power Company,
which owns some valuable property
just above Winkelman, left last night
for his home in Newark, New Jersey,
where the head office of his company
is located. Dr. Morrison has been
in Phoenix and Winkelman several
months, during which time some
gratifying discoveries have been
made on London Gila ground. He
will therefore be able to make a
cheering report to the eastern stock
holders. It is his intention to re
turn to Phoenix in a short time.
TENTATIVE PLANS RECEIVED
Postmaster McClintock Is in re-
ceipt of the first or tentative plans
for the new federal building, drawn
in Washington and sent ton for in
spection and suggestion before the
permanent plans are undertaken. The
postmaster is not exactly pleased
with the arrangement of the office
and some of the other institution's
that will be housed in the building
are also inclined to think they could
draw plans that would suit them
better. It is probahle that most of
the offices concerned will send along
suggested changes after which it may
be expected the government will
make another try. While the govern
ment will have its own way in the
end it is reasonable to suppose that
It will try to please its patrons who
are to use the offices, as far as it can
without interfering with its general
architectural design or increasing the
OH! LOOK ! j
Yost $ 12.50
Remington No. 6 20.00
Remington No. 7 25.00
No. 3.... 30.00
Olivers No. 3.... 35.00
New Monarch... 105.00
See East Window.
The McNeil' Co.
Opposite Court House.
GOES TO COAST F. It. Dyar was
a passenger for San Diego on the
"Phoenix" last evening.
GOES TO SAN FRANCISCO W.
F. Frazec left last ;fght, fiver the
Santa Fo, for San Francisco.
TO LOS ANGELES Maggie D.
Bates and T. M. Earnhardt were pas
sengers on last night's "Phoenix" for
LEAVE FOR COLORADO W. F
and Thomas J. Buckley left last ev
ening on the California Limited for
TO EASTERN HOME George Hill
worth left last night over the Santa
Fe California Limited, ;c,r his old
home in Celina. 'Ohio.
ENGINEER LONG HERE Chief
Engineer L. II. Long of the Harriman
lines, with headquarters in Tucson,
was in Phoenix yesterday on business.
GOES TO LOS ANGELES P. A.
Tharaldson of the Hub left last even
ing over the Southern Pacific for Los
Angeles, expecting to be absent sever
al days on business connected with the
letting of a contract for the construc
tion of the Hotel Adams.
TWENTY-FOUR ARRESTS From
Saturday night until yesterday after
noon, the police made twenty-four ar
rests, the majority of the cases being
common drunks. There was a com
plete line-up before Police Judge
Thomas yesterday afternoon.
GOING TO AFRICA There will !c
a debate tonight at Tanner chapel A.
M. E. church on the subject, Kesolved,
"That the Afro-American Should Emi
grate to Africa." John Beck, assisted
by Prof. Williams will look after the
affirmative, while Hr. T. Smith with
one of the city's best orators will sup
port the negative. There will be good
music. All questions on Africa will
be answered by the president.
GIRL PAROLED Viola Har.el Pray
has been paroled from the territorial
injlustri.il school at Itenof, by Gov
ernor Sloan. The plrl was commit
ted from Cochise countv August -1 of
last year for the crime of ",7 pen
dency and neglect." Her record at the
school has been vxcvilent and friends
succeeded in convincing the governor
that her iersonal interests would be
better served by her parole than l.y
MAY LOCATE HERE Mr. "and
Mrs. William MInderman are recent
arrivals in Phoenix from Winnebago,
Minnesota. They have routed a lit
tle ranch situated nir Alhambra,
f:-ni th- Valley Keally company, and
will spend tin- winter ht-re at least
It is possible that if they like the
country as well after one winter here
as they do on first acquaintance, they
will locate here permanently. Mr.
Minderman is much impressed with
the wonderful possibilities of the
Salt River valley.
WURST-LUKE This morning at
S o'clock the marriage -of Mr. Max
B. Wurst, son of Mr. and Mrs. B.
Wurst, North Fifth, street and Miss
Eva Luke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
F. K. Luke of East Washington
street will take place at St. Mary's
Catholic church. There will be a
solemn high mass, at which Rev.
Louis Wurst, the uncle of the groom,
will officiate and also perform the
marriage ceremony. Rev. Louis
Wurst is pastor of the Catholic
church at Tomak, Wisconsin, and
came to this valley for the special
purpose of officiating on this oc
casion. EXTENDED TRIP The movements
of Rex. W. Dunlap, the mining en
gineer, are enough to keep one news
paper reporter busy. Dunlap came
back from a summer vacation and
business trip only a few weeks ago
and today he will leave again, travel
ing via the Santa Fe. He will go
first to." Kansas City and then on to
New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Washington and other eastern points.
It is possible that before he returns
he will run over to Europe. He is
taking the trip for business, not for
pleasure, and he admits that he has
a big mining deal on that may be
closed by the time he returns.
STORED WATER SUPPLY
The elevation of water above the
Roosevelt dam yesterday was 64.30
feet. Indicating a stored supply of
2.rir.3 acre feet. The normal flow
of the Salt and Verde' rivers at Gran
ite Reef was 14122 miners' inches
and of the Salt at the joint head,
2260 inches. On the north side
11C00 inches of water were used yes
terday for irrigation purposes, while
9290 inches were used on the south
side. Following is the schedule of
water distribution for today: Ari
zona, eight hours to quarter section;
Grand-Appropriators, twelve hours;
Maricopa, dry; Salt, twelve hours.
SURVEYS APPROVED Mineral
Survey No. 2C75, Planet, Planet No.
Planet No. 3, Planet No. 4, Iron
Hill No. 2, Copper Hill, Copper Hill
No. 2, Ella Belle, Ella Belle No. 2,
Ahonika, Mark Hanna, La Mexicana,
Comet, Byron, Sentinel, Palmetto,
Planet No. 5, Ashley, Orange, Wiscon
sin, Kimball, Boston, Cliompton,
Odora. Oddoletta, Nickerson, Barton,
Blue Bird. Otis. Onal. Brookvilie, New
York, Mesa, Smelter Gulch, Bill Wil
lianis. Partridge, Bunker Hill and Mc
Cam Lode Mining Claims, situated in
the Harcuvar Hining District, Yuma
County, Arizona, and claimed by the
Tinnnt Conner Mining company, has
been approved by the surveyor-gen
IT IS NOT SO It Is not true that
Will Collier, master mechanic of the
Trthnliit meat market was arrested
vesterdav afternoon, even If people
did see him riding on the tail end of
thr. tvitrnl waeon .with an officer.
holdlne to him. The officer had mere.
lv nicked Tin a drunk back of in-
bolet'S and Collier, thinking xo sieai
a ride for half a block In the dlrec
ttnn tin wanted to go. boarded the'
wagon. rne omcer jhbisicu umh
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the wagon was good enough for him
to ride In down the alley it was gooa
moiten for him to ride in- across
Washlneton atreet where his friends
coulO. see, so he- hung- to him. until
the Station was reached. Tho inci
dent would have attracted no atten
tion.' drily that Collier was attired
In his long white robes of offie'e anoT;
observers leu sure some uuiciier uau
Why do people ivho do- not cat pork
as meat continue to use it in the form of
lard? Lard is just as . indigestible as
pork. In a recent article, on cooking
fats, Dr. Paige Emery, the eminent spe
cialist, writes as follows:
"The healthful and economical solu
tion of the cooking taf. problem fs tho
use of Cottolene. Cottolene is purely a
vegetable product, is easily assimilated,
and aids digestion. Dietetic experiments
liavc shown conclusively that when a
vegetable oil is used in cooking In pref
erence1 to animal fat, It is more easily as-,
slnillatcd and yields far more nourishment
to tho body."
Cottolene is not only wholesome; it is
economical as well, one-third less being
HERE FROM SALOME Mrs. C. C.
Hall of Salome arrived in Phoenix yes
terday and is registered at the Ford
ON "THE PHOENIX" Roy Doyle
was a passenger last evening on The
Phoenix" of the Santa Fe, bound for
Los Angeles, whero he is called on
TO VALPARIZO Mr. and Mrs. Too
thacher left last evening on the South
ern Pacific for Valparizo, Ind., where
they will be the guests of friends for
BACK FROM TRIP Charles K.
Pishon of this city, who is traveling
salesman for a large Los Angeles dry
goods house, arrived home yesterday
for a brief stay.
RAY MERCHANT HERE S. C.
Bundle, a well known merchant .of Ray,
is in the city on business, having ar
rived here yesterday. He is registered
at the Ford hotel.
HERE FROM ILLINOIS C. O. Kist
ner of Granite City, Illinois, has, arrived
in Phoenix accompanied by his moth
er. He was a caller yesterday at the
board of trade and stated that he was
highly pleased with what lie had seen
of the valley. Mr. Klstner is looking
for a place to locate and has about de
cided to set his stakes in the Salt river
MAY BRING COLONY Represent
ing a number of homeseekers in Cali
fornia and the east, L. C. Werder ar
rived in Phoenix yesterday and will
spend some time looking over the val
ley. He called at the board of trade
yesterday and stated that If the valley
suited him he would recommena it to
all his friends and that a big colony
would arrive in a few months.
RAILWAY COMMISSION The
regular tri-annual meeting of the Ari
zona railway commission was held yes
terday. Chairman W. P. McNair of
Douglas and Secretary E. S. DePass of
Phoenix were present, but George J.
Stoneman of Globe, the third member,
did not attend. Some important mat
ters were taken under consideration,
but nothing regarding the proceedings
was made public.
DR. GOOD FELLOW IMPROVING
Word has been received at the local
offices of the Southern Pacific that Dr.
George Goodfellow, surgeon for that
road, has been removed from the Los
Angeles hospital In" which he has spent
several months, to the Southern Pacific
hospital in San Francisco. He has had
several relapses and several times it
was thought he would not recover. The,
San Francisco physicians state that
there is now every reason to expect his
SQUASHES AND PUMPKINS
Dwlght B. Heard, who is now in Los
Angeles, has written Secretary Harry
Welch of the board of trade suggest
ing that dates, squashes and pumpkins
be sent over to the branch in that city.
Some dates have been sent already,
but more are needed. The Southern
California counties are exhibiting some
Mr. Heard thinks it would be a good
idea for Arizona to'show what she can
do in that line. Any good specimens o
these vegetables will be welcomed at
the board office.
DEATH OF MRS. J. H. CAMPBELL
Word was received In Phoenix yes
terday by friends of Judge John II
Campbell, announcing the death of
Mrs. Campbell yesterday morning in
Tucson. Mrs. Campbell, it is under
stood, has been, an invalid for a long
time and her death was not entirely
unexpected. A sister of Judge Camp
bell, Mrs. T. J. Fox. who lives here,
was notified and left for Tucson on
last night's train. Beside the beVeavcd
husband, Mrs. Campbell is survived by-
three children,' none of them being
small and one son being a student in
the University of Arizona.
WAS PSEUDO POLICEMAN
Charlie Cross, the dwarf who has late-
Jy become a familiar figure upon the
streets and who has been acting as
"sandwich man" for the Majestic, ap
peared yesterday in the garb of a po
liceman. At least that is what he was
supposed to represent. He relieved and
then assisted the traffic squad in dl
reeting .teamsters In the way they
should go, and otherwise attracted the
attention of the crowds on the street.
While it was not an extremely edifying
spectacle, it evidently served the pur
pose Intended and the Majestic prob
able secured the advertisement
aimed at. , . tt
Whether th& amateur cares
'only for the pictures, whether
he wishes ,to make them as well
as take them, It s "the Kodalt
Way that ' leads to success.
Simplicity of method combined
with perfection In material and
apparatus In them Is the
.witchery of Kodakery.
Kodaks $5 to 5110.
Big Book Store
. THE MAIL, .ORDER .HOUSE
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Harness and saddles made Va our own
shop. Goods that will last. By far
the cheapest in the long run. Our prices
are right It will pay you to look us
N. PORTER SADDLE
and HARNESS CO.
40 W. Washington St.
Phone Main 69.
If you need a trunk, suit
ease or bag, why not get the
best? It costs you no more
if you get it at the,
433 W. Wash
Adams and Sixth Avenue,
Dining room, bath and parlor com
forts. Strictly home cooking and best
of service. An ideal fall and winter
home. Prices most reasonable in the
W. J. MILSAP, Proprietor."
Overland phono 333.
California Slapjack, 2
for 35c. New Stock. . .
Next to N. T. Store.
If you want a nice, styl
ish hat, call at
212 E. Washington St
PHOENIX OIL 00.
RALPH THOMAS, Prop.
O. 1332 City Delivery. R.,4891
A dollar a drop for water. That's
what I pay for water found in my
guaranteed chamois strained gaso
line. You .furnish the can and I fur
nish tho gasoline for $1.75, delivered.
Money baclj to dissatisfied customers.
This gasoline can bo used In stoves,
irons, motorcycles or for cleaning the
finest fabric It is absolutely free
from oil. or otlfer foreign substance.
Bulk Pearl Oil, also guaranteed,
$1.25, whero can Is furnished.
"THE HOUSE OF JOHN D."
A resort for gentlmen. Th
original BUDWEISER BEER
FRANK CONNELLEY, Prop.
No. 1 California
New crop, 25c per
The 'lire Gr6cer.;
hone M. '2f9.
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Pennants and Pillow Top's i
; ; The most complete and tasty line we have ever:- J
shown. See our East
prices will x)lease you.
J 9-11 East Washington St.
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Get the Game.
Today is the day and Quail were never more' plen-'
tiful than they are this season. Our Shells are all
freshly loaded. ; -
Talbot 1 Hubbard
At the Sign of the Dog."'
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ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO.
41 3. First Ave. Tel. Black
17 W. Adams St.
Egjtabhshed 1892. Im
porter 6f Scotch Wool
ens. Prices moderate.
Guaranteed Under the Food and
Drugs Act, June 30th, 1906.
Home Baking Co.
M. J. PETTI D. Managtr
Phone Main 251
PHOENIX - - ARIZONA.
Corner Third and Washington
Highest market price paid for
all klnda of hides, wooi pelts.
Fifth and Jackson Streets.
Phono Main 311. P. O. Box 26.
Call and see the Racy-
cle, the best wheel
made. I carry a large
line of Raeycles, Bi
cycles and Bicycle Sup
plies. Repairing quick
The Bicycle Man.
25-27 East Adams.
The Racycle Store.
TOM & SING'S
Regular Meals 35 Cents
Short Orders All Night.
TOM & SING'S
36 N. Center St.
E. Thoma Electric &
Bc$h phones: Main 362 .
Next door to Vkfley Bai&j
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"Window. The ccoods and .
everything in Electrical Supplies.
V. R. NORRIS, Prop.
Open Day and Night
First-Class Meals 25c
SText door to Washing
11 W. Washington St.
Our stock of popular-priced
goods in all lines Is Increasing.
Hurry and get the first choice
of new goods.
The R. & 1 Variety
136 E. Washington St.
Opp. City Hall Plaza.
Arizona Saddlery Co.
45 N. Ctnter SL, Photnix, Ariz.
Mad from specially bltnded
flour with great care, undtr
sanitary condition!. Itri mixad,
weighed and 'moulded by ma- -chinory
scarcely touched by -hand
and completed. 'It Is
full weight loaf of delicious,
wholesom bread. 10o per loaf.
HALF SIZE 5c
I Bennett Lumber 1
jHJ Corner Second Avenue and B
jH Jackson. H
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