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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, ' SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1911.
PAGE THREE Bankrupt Stock FOR SAL1S A fine line of general merchandise; goes to the highest bidder; cheap rent; good location. .See inventory and send bids in. W. J. Kingsbury Tempe, Arizona. OFFICE ESTABLISHED. The bridge engineers have arranged to establish office quarters in the Haydun house today. A telephone will be installed at once and everything made ready for that part of the work over which the office force will have charge. V. id Carruthers, Mr. Ryan's assistant, will probably arrive here today cir tomorrow from the Verde bridge which has just been completed. The permanent survey has now been practically completed and the long looked for bridge across Salt river at Tempe is nearer a reality today than it has ever been before. It was expected that the board of control would stop over here yesterday after noon to confer regarding the right of way back overland from Tucson. MADE A GOOD TRIP. "V. A. Hill returned Thursday even ing from Agua Caliente to which place he took Mrs. Hill and her brother earlier in the "week for a so journ of a few weeks. The trip was made in a Kisselkar without a mo ment's difficulty either coming or go ing. A Summer's Trip is not complete unless you are supplied with a good Trunk and Suit Case. We have them. Arizona Mercantile Company 1 FIVE AUTOMOBILES Used more or less, for sale cheap. TEMPE GARAGE TEMPE, ARIZ. ffi. Ellmgson & Sons Dealers -in Hay and Grain, Seed Grain, Seed Oats, Peed Oots, Rolled Barney, Alfalfa Seed, Grain Bags, etc. TEMPE FRESH SUPPLY OF OF LOWNEY'S CANDIES HAS JUST ARRIVED At HARMER'S 'NUF SAID. I. 2f WE OLICJT YOUR PAT RONAGE Onr goodi are the best. TEMPE BAKERY, TEMPE ORANGE, GRAPE FRUIT, LEMON TREES Nice clean stock $1-25 delivered. Peppers, Eucalyptus, four to seven feet high, 25c to 50c. Ornamental and Date Palms at 25c. Now Is the time to plant orders filled at once. G. A. GOODWIN, Tempt. THERE ARE BARGAINS Still to be had in any quantity at W. Lukin Gash Store Tempe SOUTH SIDE NEWS TEMPE BAPTISTS 10 GATHER IN TEMPE NEXT WEEK Will Hold a Session From the 6th to the 9th. The Arizona Baptist anniversaries (nineteenth year) will meet with the First Baptist church of Tempe on Thursday to Sunday, inclusive, April 6th to 9th, 1911. It is anticipated that the entire territory will be rep resented at this gathering and the lo cal Baptists are making extensive preparations for the entertainment of the visitors. The following instructions Issued by the local church to delegates from different churches of the territory will be of general interest: 1 Each church should be entitled to three delegates and an additional delegate for each twenty-five mem bers. 2 The convention rate is one and one-third fares for the round trip on the certificate plan. Be sure to se cure a certificate when you buy your ticket. If they cannot furnish a cer tificate, then take a receipt. The rate will apply to all who attend whether they are Baptists or not Ministers may use their clergy rates. 3 All delegates who desire entertain ment should write at once to the pastor. Rev. R. L. Creal, Tempe. Full entertainment will be furnished free to delegates. 4 A committee will meet the trains the first day! and if you will notify the pastor just when you will arrive, some one will meet you any day, 5 Money for Arizona missions must reach the general missionary before April 1st as the books will close on the 31st of March. Money coming later on such as may be reported at the convention will go on the new year. All budget money should be in before April first if you are to have credit on this year. MASONS HAVE A FEED. After the business of the regular meeting "Wednesday evening the mem bers of the Masonic lodge of this place adjourned -to the Casa Loma dining room wher.e they were joined by their wives and ladles and where a delightful banquet was served. Covers were laid for about forty and the affair was a thoroughly enjoyable one. ON SICK LIST. Julius Herman of Flagstaff arrived here the early part of the week but has since been confined to his home by at attack of illness. It Is thought that ho will be able to be about again in a few days. VISITING PARENTS. Mrs. Morrill Anderson of Hayden is here this week visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Stewart. Merton Stewart of Maver is also here this week visiting friends and relatives and incidentally transacting business. MAKING GOOD PROGRESS. Marshal Brown reports that excel lent progress is being made on the extension of the city's water system in Goldman's addition down Mc Allister street. The three-foot trench was completed on Thursday and the work of laying the pipe is now "well under way. If there is no delay through bad weather or accidents, the marshal says he expects to have the line completed early in next week. He has had a good force of men at work under his personal supervision and the work is being done not only rapidly, but at the lowest possible cost The residents along that street have been looking forward to having city water for. some years and the near completion- of the main naturally causes them much gratification. IN TUCSON. Supt. B. H. Scuddcr left Thursday evening for Tucson where he will at tend a meeting at the university of the many high school teachers. BACK TO STAY. II. G. Saylor and family, who left here a couple of years ago for Wash ington, have returned to Tempe and expect to locate here permanently. Mr. Saylor did nicely in Washington, in a financial way 'but finds that for real joy and' satisfaction in living, there is no place quite like the Salt River valley. CALLED AWAY. Miss Helen Falrchild, the cashier at the Casa Loma, has been called to Los Angeles by the Illness f)t her mother. Her palace is being tempo rarily filled by Mrs. Clara Gray for merly Miss Clara Wilson. CHURCH NOTICES. . Under the auspices of the W. C. T. IT. good citizenship department, Mrs. D. G. Buck, superintendent, two- pro grams have been arranged for Sun day night, April 2, one at the M. E. church nnd the other at the Chris tian church, both at the same our. Citizens of Tempe have been engaged to speak, and the public is cordially invited to attend. There will be spe cial music at both places. Congregational Church J. Harden, minister. Bible school at 19:30 a. m. (mountain time). Prof. C. C. Cash, superintendent. Celebration of the Lord's Supper and reception of mem bers at 11:30. A meeting for young people at 7:15 p. m. The church will unite with the Christian church at S p. m. in the double-header Chris tian citizenship meeting. Professor Bolton, Professor Fclton and others will address the meeting. Let every body take notice and do his duty. Methodist Episcopal Church Wil bur Fisk, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Public worship and com munion at 11 a. m. Epworth League at at 7:05 p. in.. F. H. Simmons, leader. Special good citizenship meet ing at S p. in. This will be a union service at which Professor Frizzeil and J. O. Mullen will speak. There will be special music. A good pro gram has been arranged and you will be interested and profited by attend ing. Baptist Church The brethren of the Baptist church will meet In the I. O. O. F. hall for the following services: Sunday school,-10:30 a. m. preaching, 11.30 a. m. There will be a union meeting at the M. E. church at S p. m. for the discussion of Chris tian citizenship o Constipation brings many aliments in its train and is the primary cause of much sickness. Keep your bowels reg ular madam, and you will escape many of the ailments to which women are subject. Constipation is a very simple thing, but like many simple things, it may lead to serious consequences. Na ture often needs a little assistance and when Chamberlain's Tablets are given at the first indication, much distress and suffering may be avoided. Sold by all dealers. 1 1 1 1 1 m fH 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 r MESA i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 CANAL MEETING TO SIGN DEEDS Completion of Transfer of Ditch Sys tem to Government The insurgent uprising which has been temporarily causing consider able concern in the land of Mananu for the past few months was tern porarily transferred to the local wa ter office of the reclamation depart ment yesterday when the meeting which had been called for the pur pose of discussing the giving of quit claims deeds to all lands including the laterals under the Mesa canal system, temporarily broke up for a discussion of the various and coin plexing questions which usually re sult Jn an irrigated community. However, to return to the meeting: As was stated the purpose of the gathering of the clans was for the purpose of explaining to all derelicts who have not signed their quit claims to the laterals through which they draw water for their respective acreage, why they would be bene fitted by such a move. It developed that about seven-eighths of the stock holders of the canal have transferred their rights In the laterals and as a result the reclamation service will undertake the cleaning of the ditches which on account of the approach ing spring and the weed growing system has occasioned not a little concern among the land owners who Insist in having all the water that their land Is entitled to. Result of Meeting AVhllc the meeting yesterday was devoid of any direct results only that the reclamation service will clean the ditches with the understanding that there will be a united effort to in duce all those who have not signed quit claims to do so immediately. It was intimated yesterday that In the near future a meeting of the stockholders of the canal system will be held for the purpose of ratifying the action of the board of directors in transferring the canal to the gov ernment. This is done for the sake of making the sale a legal one and In conformity to the law as is re quired by the reclamation officials. Concerning City Contract Some little time ago the city council in a way designated the water board with nuthority to place the matter of the furnishing of the city of Mesa with Irrigation water. It will be recalled that last fall City Engineer Shibley together with members of the water board formulated a report as to the probable cost of irrigation for each resident lot within the city lim its. Tills estimate provided for the purchase of water at the north limits of the city at a cost of one dollar and a quarter per acre foot. It was estimated that four acre feet per year would be sufficient and in all probabii- ty In seasons like that just past will ie more' than sufficient. However, the plan is to purchase water at the acre foot basis and have the amount measured by a meter at "the north city limits to assume all obligations after the water reaches the boundary lines of the town. In the event that one acre foot Is required the city will pay for the one acre foot. The estimate was put, up to Supervisor Hill yesterday and was ratified. THE FREE DISCUSSION. After the meeting had formally been adjourned and different reclamation of ficials were surrounded by ranchers, the real exejtement comrienced. En gineer Reed, who It is freely conceded has one of tlio most undesirable posi tions this side of Fiddler's Green, was called upon t answer questions rang ing In density from "how old la Ann" to "why won't water run up hill in my back forty." He received kicks which, rhetorically speaking, were boh figura tively and near literally. However, the real compla ru was o.ca3sloned by a misunderstanding in most instances and there i.$ hardly a doubt imt what the meeting of yesterday will result in more water being delivered to the south side. It is believed in most in stances that satisfactory adjustments were made so that there in all proba bility will be a better distribution of water. This condition will In all proba bility result after the ditches are cleaned which in a measure is the rea son for the present shortage relic rted. THE TRUE STORY OF ADAMS EPISODE Mrs. Crandall Explains Cause of Shoot ing. The my.itery surrounding the Adams' shooting which occurred in Mesa on Wednesday, nas been explained. Var ious theories had been advanced by those who discussed the matter and many wrong constructions were placed upon the action of Mrs. Adams in sud denly taking five shots at her husband. Yesterdav Mrs. Crandall requested that she be allowed to tell the true story of the shooting affair, and the causes that led tin to 1' Mrs. Crandall Is a sister of Mrs. Adanis. She resides with her children in her home on East First avenue, and it was at her home thfrt the Incidents occurred that led up to the shooting. Mrs. Crandall is a quiet, apparently timid, little woman, and that she had the nerve to carry a revolver for de fense against the man whom she claims Insulted her is one of those surprises that 'justifies the statement that no matter how much experience men have with women, the possibilities of the latter are never fully understood. Mrs. Crandall said: "My sister, Mrs. Adams, for sometime has been living out on the desert east of town. She came in yesterday to prepare to go to California with her husband and we were at the home of our mother, Mrs. Tripp, where the shooting took plage. Adams came to my house several weeks ago and started to make love to me. At first I thought he was joking, but he was persistent and I began to suspect that he mcaent to insult me. He re peated his advances and I told him that if lie ever said anything like that to me again I would shoot him. He stated that he was going to California and (Continued on Page 5.) CARPENTER'S I OF "I have been afflicted for twenty years with an oliMinate kln dbeasr, called by some Si. D.'s. poriaL, and others leprosy, com mencinc on my cali; and in jpite of all I could do, with the help of the mot kkilful doctors, it slowly but surely extended until a year ago this winter it covert my entire person in the form of dry scales. For the last thjee years I have been unable to at any labor, and sufTerini; Intensely all the time. Every mornii. there would be nearly a dust- Eanful of scales taken from the sheet on my oil, some of them half as larce as the enve lope containing this Wter. In the latter part of winter my skin commenced cracking open. I tried ercrrthitip, almost, that could be though.! of. without any lelief. The ll'th of June I started West, in hopes I could reach the Ha! Sprincs. I reached Detroit and was so low I thought I should have to go to the hospital, but finally got as far as Lansing, Mich., there I had a si'ter living. One Dr. treats m about two weeks, but did me no good. AH thought I had but a fi-ort time to 'Ive, I earnestly prayed to die. CrarLed through the skin all over my back, acro's my rilx, ann, hands limbs, feet badly swollen; toe-nails carm- off: fincer-nails dead and hard as a bonn; hair dead, dry and lifeless as old straw. O mv Gool how I did suffer. "Mr sister wouldn't give up; said. "We will try Cuticura.' Some was applied on or.e hand nnd arm. Kurekal there was leliff: stopped the terrible burning sensation from the word go. Thev Immediately got C uticura Kso:vrnt. Ointment and Soap. 1 corrrrenced by taking: Cuticura He-solvent three times a day alter meals ; had a bath once a day. water about blood heat: used Cuticura Soap freely, applHl Cuticura Ointment morning and even ing. Iteault: returned to my home In just six weeks from the time I left, and my skin as smooth as this sheet of paper. Hiram E. Carpenter, Hender.-on, X. V." The above remarkable testimonial was written January 19, 1SS0, and is republished because of the permanency of the cure. Under date of April 22, 1910, Carpenter wrote from bis prcent home f10 Walnut St. So., Lansing. Mich.: "I hare never suffered a return of the psoriasis and although tnanv years have passed I have not forgotten the terTible suOVr!ng I endured before using the Cuticura ItcraeUies." AUTOMOBILE OilsandGrease "Ve have just received a fresh car load of the very best oil and grease that can be had. We can give you, a low price on account of buying in car lots. Call and let us show you. Motor Supply Co. 317 N. Center Ave. Old Phone: Main 461 Overland: 1103 I For General Contracting and Mill Work see Clinton Campbell Office 18 Wall Street. Phone Black 4721. WONDERFUL CURE Mesa Lands for Sale We own and control 3,500 acres of improved and unimproved land in and around Mesa City, which we are offering FOR SALE in tracts to suit on EASY TERMS For particulars see or write JESSE F. KELLY, Agent Tel. Overland, Mesa City, Arizona. Eesident Agent, E. J. Bennitt & Co I THE OXYGENATOR Causes you to absorb Oxygen In Immense quantities, until your whole system vibrates with vitality. Why not Investigate today? ARIZONA OXYGENATOR CO., 31 Vest Monroe St., Phoenix, Arizona. t Old Made Look Like New If you have any old Jewelry which you are ready to discard, take it down to Rosenzwcig and have it fixed up for a small cost. Pins for Brooches or Belt Pina, 10c. ROSENZWEIG 6-8 E. Washington St. 1 Adams Cancer Treatment Cancers and Old Sores Cured by Plasten - (Guaranteed) No Cure No Pay Mrs. Katherine Bird 13 E. Buchanan St. Phoenix, Ariz, ForBargains SEE Collings Vehicle & Harness Co. aat Aa'ama Straat i 3s BIGGEST BEST BUSIEST B ENNETT Lumber Co. We carry everything In the building line, A complete stock of fencing material. Our prices are right, and we make a spe cialty of quick and careful de liveries. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Corner Second Avenua and Jackson Street. You Must Stop FOR A COOL ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHT'S REST. THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA, ARIZONA. THE WOODFORli A Family Hotel American Plan. Regular Meals. S3S NORTH 2D AVE. Five Minutes' Walk from Post- Office. UHlrtOPODin. Painless remoral of Corns, 60 cents each. Bunions, Moles and Warta removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenail! a spe s cialty. Open from 8 a. m. to S p. m. Between First and Center streets, on Adams. Phone, Bed 8072. FRANK 8HIRLEY. BEST FURNITURE at most reasonable pricss. Price and quality guaranteed. 5 Points Furniture Store Con. Phona Main 4043. 715 Grand Ave.. Phoeniv THE MISSION A resort for gentlemen. Tha original BUDWEISER BEER on draught. FRANK CONNELLEY, Prop. a o o O Eh cn W Eh PS m Q O Pi O CO I-l- o o O g 2 t t s m z e o i i J Q r I 5.l FORD AUTO Touring Car $875 Roadster J775 TORPEDO $820 F. O B. Phoenix. ED. Rudolph Agent 417 West Washington Street. Overland 614. (r. : : : : :::::: 7 :: : : T Frank Feusier COMPANY INCORPORATED MERCHANDISE BROKERS . and WHOLESALE JOBBERS 827 West Washington St Phoenix, Ariz. The Merchants' Cafe 22 S. CENTER ST. Opposite National Bank of Arizona building. Open day and night.. Short orders and regular meals. Good cook and best service. Everything new and first class. The best the market affords always. Chinese noodle. Home-made bakery. Private room for ladies. GIN TUCK F00 & GO. Country Homes and Ranch Buildings a Specialty PLANS AND ESTIMATES without axtra cost. L.S.Merriam General Contractor. Overland Phone. Residence 1101 W. Adams. 1 2 ARIZONA CLEANING WORKS jSlRS. L. WILSON, Prop. j 35 East Washington CL (f Both Phone? i I Fresh shipments of OYSTERS Received daily. Cold Air Storage. S. J. TRIBOLET, Prop. Phone Main 6. Overland TELEPHONE CO. The Phone of Service : . , :r:rif:-:-i:i-;::::iSi;i-.--?i--i3' Best on the Market Maricopa Creamery CHEESE Suits the trade. Mari copa Creamery Pasteur ized Cream sells all over Arizona. r? IF YOU tfEED A Good Water Tank COME AND SEE US. We Make Therry PHOENIX SHEET METAL WORKS Cor. Washington and Third Ave. Have Your Repair Work Done at the Pope -Hartford GARAGE Stat Agents POPE-HARTFORD HUDSON Wn WnI Washington St MOHN & DRISGOLL FUNERAL DIRECTORS J w E BUY, RENT, Sell or Exchange Anything and Everything Con. Phona, Main 4041; Overland, 316. H. G. EDWARDS 17 So. 2nd St., Phoanix BY STAGE To Roosevelt and Return, $11.00 Mesa-Roosevelt Stage Co. Mesa, Ariz. "SEE US FIRST" The Wilbur Realty Co. Everything in Real Estate. Mesa, Arizona Alhambta Hotel Mrs. Edgar Demrlck. Proprietor. The only first-class hotel and dining room in town. LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS. Bus meets all trains. MESA, ARIZONA, 5,. :f::;:i:w 1 - : : : ; HOME j BAKING COMPANY i H. J. PETTID,.Mgr. I '---- in i 2f .