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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1910.
TEMPE fBPA R TMEN T f. w. griffin
M m. Mgr.
AT THE CAS A LOWIA
Now open under new management. Everything
neat, clean and new. Begular meals and short
It Outclasses them all.
White House Shoe
THE ARIZONA MER
Neat, clean rooms, with
or without board. Rates
School Dresses for
Ginghams and Calicoes in
A Big Assortment
W. Lukin Cash Store
South Side Realty Company
R. J. SCHWEPPE, President.
Easting & Whitney
213 W. Washington St.
Pho enix, Arizona.
You are cordially in-,
vited to visit the Bide-a-wee
at Bide-a-wee Place,
34 3Iile North of East
Cold Air Storage Market
8. J. TR I BO LET. Prp.
Telephone Main 6.
It is injustice to your
Glothes. We will proveMo you that we will make
you a Suit to your individual, measure at a price no
more than a ready made.
HIGH CLASS WORK ' GUARANTEED.
NAT ROHN, Tailor
v5 W.-Washington1.'' '
New Goods Coining in Weekly
Watch our windows. See our line
before buying and you will find your
money ds further and you need go
Goodwin's Novelty Store.
For all kinds of
Go to the
J. A. Ahlquist & Co., Props
M. Ellingson & Sons
Dealers in hay and grain
seed srrain. seed oats, feet
oats, rolled barley, alfalfa;
seed, gram bags, etc.
A. M. HARMER
Carlos Duff Killed Yesterday in Ex?
cavation for Mohn Building.
Carlos Duff, a laborer In the em
ploy of X. P'. Oleson, who Is a con
tractor engaged in the construction of
the concrete -work on the proposed
Mohn building on First avenue, a half
block north of Adams street, was in
stantly . killed yesterday afternoon
about 2 o'clock or soon thereafter, by
a cave, of .the dirt, bank on the west
end of the excavation.
Duff and others were engaged In
placing in position the forms for the
west foundation wall, which is to be
built of concrete. Duff was either
within the form or on the inner side
of it when, without warning, several
tons of the dirt bank gave way and
fell against the form, which was
thrown over toward the center of the
excavation. Duff was caught between
or beneath the boards with a great
wnlc-ht of dirt above him. ana tne me
was instantly squeezed out of him.
Immediately all hands set to wont
to release him, but only his lifeless
hndv could be taken out. for he was
dead iefore . anything could be done
to lift the weight. His head and an
arm stuck out from under the. debris,
and when the body was recovered it
was found that he was terribly
crushed in the chest over the heart
Coroner C. W. Johnstone was sum-
Scott's Sanlai-Pepsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
tho Madder Mi-l Diseased Kid.
uot. wo ctran no pay. cures
lamcklr and Mrmanently the
worst cnii of Gonorrhoea
and Olcot, no rcaitcroi dqw
Ion Ktandinc. Absolutely
hormlflM. Sold ly druggists.
i'rfco ;i.co. or iy ram, pon.
lld, ei.00,3 boxes, p.7J.
THE SAHTAL-PEPSIH GO.
ELVEY &. HULETT. Aaente
purse to imagine that you
hy avoiding Tailored
moiied and a jury was impaneled, its
verdict uelne death from accident.
The body was removed to the under
taking parlors of Mohn & Driscoii.
The dead man was 31 years old and
it 5a ronnrtPrt thnt he leaves a wife
and three children, residing in block
41 on Jackson street. Another worK-
mnn hv the name of Frank Smith was
hit by a falling timber, but was not
harmed. Duff was the son oi a
Scotchman, his mother being a Mexi
DEATH ENDS t
AND USEFUL LIFE
CHAPLAIN WINFIELD SCOTT,
D., GATHERED UNTO HIS
Biographical Sketch of a Worthy Cit-
izen, a Brave Soldier and an
Earnest Minister of the
Winfield Scott, better known and
widoly so by the title of Chaplain
Scott, died Wednesday night about 0
o'clock In St. Joseph's hospital in
this city as the result of an oper
ation for strangulated hernia, caused
originally by a wound received dur
ing the civil war. Death came quite
unexpectedly, even though his condi
tion was known to be serious, for the
operation appeared to be entirely
successful and the patient revived
well after it. The physicians were
hopeful oven sanguine of his early
recovery when he suddenly experi
enced a change for the worse, while
chatting with a friend, sank rapidly
and died in a very few minutes.
The chaplain had been ill since
Saturday but when first stricken the
cause of his trouble was not fully
understood. When his condition be
came serious Mrs, Scott who was in
r- T-v! nnHflnri nnil she IS
Oiiu LlCb" " n-' - -
expected to arrive here this morning.
Beside his wife he is survived
three daughters all of whom are
married and reside elsewhere. Xo
funeral arrangements have been an
nounced. Winfield Scott was born in .Oak
land county, Michigan. February 26,
1S37 and was therefore past 73 years
of age. Though he ieu a me 01 con
stant activity, much of it under hard
ship and privations, he was of stren
uous mould and possessed of great
vitality. Few who knew him would
have guessed his age 10 oe
than 65 and he was active clear to
the day of his last illness. But par
tially tinged with gray he did not
show his age and from his jolly and
jovial manner lie would scarce have
been classed among the patriarchs.
To the very last he was a man of
the present hour fully alive to sur
rounding conditions and as ambitious
and hopeful as any of his fellow cit
His life was devoted primarily to
.1.. iMif tvViIIa almost co'n-
stantlv in the direct' service of the
nn'nMst church, he also found time
. nin. a vninrnus nart in the de-
fense of his country on many fields
of carnage, and in subsequent years
was a power of no small proportions
in the development or tne great
Material monuments to his industry
,i fnrnsieht. in the way of churcnes.
schools,, railroads, prosperous towns
., i.nnn,. dot the hills and
vales from the Missouri river to San
Francisco, and south to tins vauej
where the closing chanters of his life
written in similar characters
on the scroll of time.
t -vriMiifT.in In an early day
he went to New York state where
he graduated from the Rochester
university and the Rochester theolog
ical seminary and in 1S61 at the age
of 24 he waa called to the pastorate
... i -n-it -Rnntlst church of Syr-
t..i,. tr. thA davs of tne
. 1 ino,i.tho union forces
ClVU wiir iic j...-v. , n,
i rst rnmranv C 01 ill-
,o..v. vnrir volunteer Infantry
He suffered many and grievous
wounds and. September 23. 1864 he
was mustered out as incapacitated
for. service. He was wounded at
iTiitci tw w at ueiis-
Maryianu ntib"'-! , .
burg and twice more at Spottsy yanla
court house. In one of the latter a
shell tore away the muscles of the
thlch Had he not been a man or
. ,.uniitv and indomitable
...in i, must have succumbed to
11 .. Inlnrlne
His recital of one incident is re
called, when after a parucu ur
bloody battle the surgeons and their
assistants went over the field sort
ing out the possible survivors from
those believed to be mortally wound
ed, as facilities did not permit them
to give attention to all. Mr. Scott
was indicated as one to be left to
die on the field. He just had strength
enough to reach his musket and aim
it, demanding that attention be giv
en him. It was so ordered and he
was saved for nearly half a century
of further usetumess.
Recovering sufficiently from his
wounds to resume his ministerial
duties he was called to the pastorate
of the First Baptist church in Leav
enworth. Kansas, and In the years
that followed he did much In the
way of organizing churches in east
ern, central and southern Kansas.
The city of Winfield. Kansas, it Is
said. Is named after him, and he had
to do with naming other of the
tnwn then rapidly springing
up in the sunflower state.
He was also connected energetical
ly in immigration work and railroad
extension through that developing
state, in addition to his ministerial
duties. Eventually he Pushf.dfn0"r
Denver where he was an active force
in church organization for a period.
.... tn San Francisco.
JSan Jose and Los Angeles in a of
&hlch he was identified wiu.
Organization, and extension. H
made a doctor of divinity in Califor
nia n 1878. In 1882 he was appoint
ed . chaplain: in .the regular army be-WtreHred-on
account of recurring
trouble, from his wounds, in March
Need Lydia E. Pinkham's
Brookfield, Mo. "Two years ago I
was unable to do any kind of work and
only weighed 118 pounds. My trouble
time that women
may expect nature
to "bring on them
the Change of Life.
t rrot. a bottle of
Lydia E. Pinkbam's
pound and it made
TnRfeel much better.
and I have contin-
ued its use. 1 am
very grateful to you
for tho irood health
I am now enjoying." Mrs. Sakaii
T . , O T" !minptnn Cf rAflf
The Change of Life is the most criti
Tionnil nf o lirnTTinTl'a PTistpnffi nTld
neglect of health at this time invites
disease and pain.
Women everywhere should remem
ber that there is no other remedy
known to medicine that will so suc-
wiocfulltr prirrv wmran through this
trying period as Lydia E. Pinkham s
vegetable uompounu, mauo iroui uii
tive roots and herbs.
For 30 years it has been curing wo
men from the worst forms of female
ills inflammation, ulceration, dis
placements, fibroid tumors, irregulari
ties, periodic pains, backache, and
If you -would like special advice
about your case -write a confiden
tial letter to Mrs. Pinkham, at
Lynn, Mass. Her advice is free,
and always helpfuL
with the regular army, and secured
the land where the family home and
the little town of Scottsdale now arc,
the latter being named by him. He
was the first settler in that little
community and the first and fore
most In its development, until the
day of his death. His ranch and
orchard and vines were all planted
with the idea of making that his
permanent residence and for many
years, before the tide of rapid Im
migration set In; it was a veritable
oasis In the desert. As a farmer
and fruit grower he took just as
keen interest 'as in any other voca
tion and his" fruit and grain crops
have often figured as examples of
what intelligent farming could ac
complish in the Salt River valley.
Dnrinc- the later years of his life.
since Scottsdale b'ecame his perma
nent abiding place, he has been af
filiated and' concerned in all move
ments he conceived to he for the
betterment, 91 uie territory aim -.instate
to be. Always an active work
er in the 'Baptist church he has done
much for the .advancement of Its
cause in thisierritoiy and has been
influenzal in 'organizing several con-
gregatior.-5 and erecting several
church edifices. In public anu com
munity projects he has been some
thing of a leader and was ejected to
serve this county In the Twentieth
legislative assejnbly, .where he proved
to be an influential member. His
canvass; was made on the republipan
ticket as he1 has always been politi
cally identified with that party. He
has J.iso been .an enthusiastic member
of the Grand. Army for many years.
A few years -ago he served the na
tional organization as chief chaplain.
At the time of "his' death he held no
office in the Grand Army but was
a past senior vice commander of the
I Finances and Markets
Now York. Oct. 20. Dealings on a
renewed upturn of prices today con
gested even more than usual in Steel.
The action of that stock begot sus
nlnlnn of a new movement represented
in the change in the auspices under
which the market operations were,
The rise in Steel placed it well
nhnvn tiif nrovlor.s level touched in
vemcnt. and in fact
nimi-n nnv nrirr touched since June
HJJ uas 1- - -- -
Then it reached 79. but feu precipi
tately to the lowest or the year, ucs,
less? than a month later. Tho potent
Lato estimates on the percentage of
recoveries under the new emollient
treatment for Bright's Disease are as
Where patient Is much weakened and
crises may be expected in from five to
ten days, probably not more than 10 to
20 per cent recover. Where physicians
aid with efforts to restaln fatal symp
toms this percentage is increased. In
cases where patients have., from thirty
to sixty days of life the efficiency Is
very much higher.
Where patients do not wait until
bed-ridden probably three-fourths
And In cases that take the new
emollient treatment on the appearance I
of the disease nearly nine out oi ien
Albumen Casts and dropsy do not
prevent recovery, t The point Is that
the Renal inflammation should be at
tacked before tho heart and physical
system are broken down.
The new emollient treatment is
known as Fulton's Renal Compound. It
can be had at all, druggists.
We desire every patient to write us
who is not noting the usual Improve
ment by the third week. Literature
mailed free. Jno. J. Fulton Co., 645"
Battery St, San Francisco, Cal. We in
vite correspondence with physician
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The 'Hello9 Girls
BIGGER and BETTER than EVER
Ten Big Musical Numbers
All New Music by Mr. Friedlander
BIG DANCE TONIGHT
Only $1.00. Only $1.00. Only $1.00.
Everybody's pen each one a perfect fountain pen, 14k gold. Call today
and get your choice or by prepaid mail, only $1.00.
ELVEY & HTJLETT, QUALITY DRUGGISTS, Never Substitute.
27-29 East Washington Street, Phoenix.
Phones: Overland 411. -------- Consolidated fain 1
factors in tho immediate movement
which carried Steel today to 79 un
doubtedly were crop conditions dis
closed by the October government re
port and the report that "prominent
railroad officials advised the steel
manufacturers that a much more lib
eral policy in placing orders for equip
ment is to be expected after- the elec
tion next month."
Bonds were irregular; sales, $2,
51S.000. United States bonds were
Amalgamated. Tlr Smelting, 75;
Atchison, 105; St. Paul. 128; New
York Central, 119i,6: Pennsylvania,
132; Beading, 154; Southern Pacific.
119; Uncoil Pacific, 17o.; Steel,
7S1; Steel preferred, 120. Silver, 50 -fcc.
N'ew York. Oct. 20. Staridard c6pper
dull; spot, October, November, Decem
ber and January. $12.3012.G0. Lon
don dull; spot. 5G los; futures, 5i
15s. Arrivals, 240 tons. Exports.
15.1S2 tons this month. Lake, $12.S7
(ffilS; electrolytic. $12.7512.77; cast
ing, 512.37 12.C2.
Tin Market firm; spot, $37.50 (Lf-lb;
October, $37.15037.50; November,
S3G.70fi37.2o; December. ?3C.3037;
January. 53C.15 36.75. London strong,
spot, 170; futures. 1C5 10s.
Lead Market steadj. J4.40SD4.4j lor
New York and $4.25J4.30 for East St.
Louis delivery. London, spot 1J &s.
Snelter Market steady; $5.500!5.GQ
for New Yor kand $5.455.50 for East
St. Louis delivery. London. Spot, 24.
THE BASEBALL RECORD j
.... 0 3 4
Batteries Moser and
and La Longe.
At Oakland R- H. E.
Portland 0 G 5
San Francisco 8 10 1
Batteries Steen and Fisher; Brown
ing and Williams.
At" Los Angeles R. H. E.
Vernon 2 8 1
Los Angeles 0 4 2
Batteries-f-Ralelgh and Brown;
Thorsen and Smith.
It was a very happy audience that
left the Grand theater last night aft
er witnessing tho performance or
Billie Friedlander and his big com-
WE BUILD TRUNKS TO ORDER
Phoenix Sheet EVSetai Works
242 WEST WASHINGTON ST.
Phone Black 4961.
There are the best of reasons why you should drink
Purista Water. It's Pure. It is cheap enough, so that
every one can use it. . We furnish a handsome cooler
free to those who use Purista Water.
For sale imd Distributed by.
BSLLIE FRIEDLANDER and
His Clever Musical Comedy
Co. In Biggest Success Yet:
Two Big Acts
(Mail Orders go out every day.;
pany in the musical farce, "The
Hello Girl." Billie Friedlander is
seen in another of his excruciatingly
funny Dutch parts and if anybody
needs a good remedy for the blues or
are despondent they should take an
evening's entertainment at the Grand
while this show is on. There is not
a dull moment in the show and ev
ery line nas a laugh attached to it.
Everybody in the company has apart
in tho funmaking and handles their
part of the funmaking machine in a
high class, manner as usuaL Nan
Halperin made a decided hit with
her song, "I never know how to be
have when I'm with the boys, boys,"
and Miss Jean Hatheway brought the
house down with her song number.
"I'm a poor unhappy maid." One of
the big features "of the show' was
Fred , Lazone's number assisted by
the dancing chorus, in which every
member does a dance of some de
scription and each one brought the
house down with applause. Mr. La
zone winds this number up with one
of his celebrated buck dances, which
brought several encores.
From the smoke of my cigarette,"
sung by Arthur Sillier was the big
gest hit of the show and he was the
recipient of generous applause.
There is not a dull moment in the
whole show and the performance
adds another star t- the crown of
the high class productions being put
on by Mr. Friedlander m this city.
Big dance tonight.
y n si sS
ELY'S CREAM BALM
Applied Into tho nostrils
Is quickly absorbed.
GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE.
It cleanses, soothes, heals and protects the
diseased membrane resulting from Catarrh
finlil In the Head ntlicklr.
Hestorcs tho Senses of Tasto and Smell, j
Ti . A Hnnioino 11 n 1 Tl 1 TI TT HT W I
it- is uusy iu use. -'""'" ' " j
drugs. Ko mercury, no cocaine, no mor
phine. The household remedy.
Price, 50 cents at Druggists or by mail.
ELY BROTHERS, 5G Warren St.. New York.
Play Ever Staged in
I. F. WOLPE. Phone, Main 63
New Phono ' 1068.
S. W. Cor. Adams & Center Sts.
Regular Meals 25c.
Short Orders at All Hours
MARK LAND, Mgr.
22-24 E. Washington.
. 1 . v. ? - '
3. uonomo s ice ream
j". and Sherbets
Wholesale and Retail. Prompt
3 attention given to mail orders.
4. Remember we are the makers of
T Donofrio's Cactus Candy. A
J dainty souvenir to send back.
X Send a dollar and a box will be
T sent to your friend back east by
IS registered mail.
T 111 Cactus Way, Phoenix, Ariz.
Will Positively Cure Any
not advanced. Info the destruc
By means of the Oxygenator,
vast quantities of OXYGEN are
poured into your system and
ALL DISEASE . must bow be
fore Its MASTER.
Why then continue to SUF
FER? The Arizona Oxygenator Co-
31 W. Monroe St.,
Before You Buy
Tour auto see the 1911 El
more's. They -will soon be here
ind tlrcre are four models to
select from. All models have
four cylinder motors and they
are all valveless, too.
Our four cylinder motors
have more power than any sir
cylinder on tna market. A
twelve months' free repair bill
foes with each Elmore we sell.
Model 25 Roadster ..$1200 SOhp.
Model 25 Touring ...J1250 SOhp
Model 3G-B Touring $1750 30hp.
Model 46-B Touring 7 pass...
Our repair department is
.trictly first class. All work Is
guaranteed. We sell the Fire
stone tire, because It's the host
tire on the market Let us
prove It to you.
Arizona Auto Co.
122 North Second Avenue.
V Phme Main 331.
gla:;th,ninetles-.he came to. this
P4kmvlnS then still connected
who have obstinate, eases. -