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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, JULY 12, 1911.
PAGE SEVEN j SOUTH SIjjJ W? :-:-i - : - - : -2, 1 , . . . : . TEMPE WORK BEGINS SOON ON WESTERN CANAL Which Will Parallel the Kyrene Ditch On the North Side. Engineer Reed and C. S. Witbcck, f tile reclamation service, were here yes terday on mutters connected with the paralleling- of the Kyrene ditch. Ac cording to Mr. Reed all hope of ever coming to a satisfactory understanding with the Kyrene people has long since been given ui. There was a ;ime when It seemed possible that the can il might be purchased by the government and jRcd. Even now a force of men is en gaged in cleaning the brush off of the right-of-way on section ten. It was thought once that the north bank of the Kyrene could be used as the south bank of the new ditch but it has been decided to construct an entirely new canal, one that will have nothing what ever to do with the present one. o HAY FEVER AND SUMMER COLDS Must be relieved quickly and Foley's Honey and Tar Compound will do it. B. M. Stewart. 1034 Wolfram St., Chi cago, writes: "l nave uecn greauy troubled during the hot summer months with Hay Fever and find that by using Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound I get great relief." Many oth ers who suffer similarly will bo glad to benefit by Mr. Stewart's experience. Elvcy & Hulett: ; o TEMPE, SUMMER RESORT. Tcmpc is a regular summer resort ns compared with places east and Ari zona too has the reputation of being a warm country In the suranrr time. Ijust compare the following report of WILL MEET TOMORROW The Ladies Prayer Circle of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. L. Spear at the home of A. J. Peters Thursday afternoon at three o'clock. the work of making a new ditch thereby temperatures, sunmltteu by K II. Snn avoided but that time is now passed , mons. the co-operative observer of the ami the work of securing- the neces- I weather bureau for the week ending sary right-of-way for the new canal, jtj,e 9tn( wjth the temperature of many ivhich will parallel it on the north side, eastern' cities for the same tunc and jio- is now well under way. Practically all i n0,v favorablv Tempo shows up: of the right-of-way is arranged for and j in most m wie insKiuiiees mc iuiuiulu liave been signed and recorded. Mr. Reed stated yesterday that the work of rejmir on the north side was so well along, the greater portion of the force there can 1m? switched to the sHitli side for the work on the now canal at any time. He and Mr. "Wit beck expected to get one more contract for the right-of-way signed up yester day and in that case planned to begin wwk on the new ditch at once. The urfver end of the new ditch, which by the way will be known as the Western canal, is now practically com peted through sections seven and eight. A few little finishing touches arc now being put on but the canal Is practi cally ready to enrry water. The ditch along the side of the Kyrene will be above the surface of the land for sev eral miles and its construction "will be something of a task but the big outfit that will be used will make dirt fly when it docs get started, says Mr. Hamilton -Brown Shoes The famous make for men, women and chil dren, at right prices. W. Lukin Gash Store Date 3 4 Temperature High S3 100 102 101 100 101 102 Low C7 67 70 72 72 73 76 Rain .05 .04 Character of day Pt Cldy Clear Clear Pt Cldy Clear Clean Pt Cldy HONEST MEDICINES VERSUS FAKERS. President Taft's recent message sug gesting an amendment to the Pure Food and Drugs law in its relation to Prepared Medicines, does riot re fer to such standard medicines as Fo ley's Honey and Tar Compound and Foley Kidney Pills, both of which are true medicines carefully compounded of ingredients whose medicinal qual ities aro recognized by the medical profession itself as the best known remedial agents for the diseases they are intended to counteract. For over three decades Foley's Honey and Tar Compound has been a standard rem edy for coughs, colds and affections of the throat, chest and lungs for children and for grown persons, and it retains today its pre-eminence above nil other preparations of its kind. Foley Kidney Pills are equally effective and meritorious. Elvcy & Hulett. It is interesting to note that the av erage high temperature for the seven days ending the 9th was 99 6-7 degrees, whereas for the same seven days a year ago, the average highest tem perature was 10S 4-7 degrees. n KIDNEY DISEASES ARE CURABLE under certain conditions. The right medicine must be taken before the disease has progressed too far. Mr. Perry A. Pitman. Dale, Tex., says: "I was down In bed for four months with kidney and bladder trouble and gall stones. One bottle of Foley' Kidney Remedy cured mo well and sound." Ask for it Elvey & Hulett. If It. Eiiisgson Sobs Dealers in Hay and Grain, Seed Grain, Seed Oats, Feed Oots, Rolled Barley, Alfalfa Seed, Grain Bags, etc. TEMPE HOTEL FOR RENT. FOR RENT The Olive hotel. Tempo. Splendid proposition for tho right party For particulars, call at the Olive, Tcmpc pw7t Arizona Mercantile Co. Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings Tempe, Arizona. 9 Restaurant For Rent Completely furnished. Apply to W. J. KINGSBURY, Tempo, Ariz. "TAKE A KODAK" with you on your vaca tion. "We are Tempe Agents. Harmer's Drug Store. mrtm OVER-NIGHT to LOS ANGELES BEACHES Where Cool Sea Breezes Blow New Service of the , SOUTHERN PACIFIC Leaves 6 p. m. Arrives Los Angeles 7:l.r u. m. following day, making close connections for LONG BEACH REDONDO BEACH VENICE OCEAN PARK SANTA MONICA SANTA CAT A LIN A ISLAND and SANTA BARBARA Slimmer Excursion Tickets now on sale. See Agents Southern Pacific GOES TO COAST M. E. Curry left Monday evening for Los Angeles where he expects to spend the next three weeks or a month. He may possibly go on north to San Francisco before his return. He ac companied the remains of Miss Josie Carrol, which were taken to Los Angeles for Interment by the side of her father. 1 Foley Kidney Pills arc composed of ingredients specially selected for their corrective, healing, tonic and stimulat ing effect upon tho kidneys, bladder and urinary passages. Thuy are anti septic, antilithle and a uric acid sol vent. Elvey & Hulett. o A CAMPING PARTY. A camping party composed of Mrs. J. E. Sturgeon. Mrs. Amanda Richards. Misses Buelah Sturgeon and Gussie Harris and Messrs. Al Bell, Roy Rich ards and Earl Richards, left the first of the week for the Grand Canyon. o FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR COM POUND Is effective for coughs and colds Jn either children or grown persons. No opiates, no harmful drugs. In the yellow package. Refuse substitutes. Elvey & Hulett. o BRIDGE WORK. Things are moving nicely on the new Tempo bridge. Work is now in pro gress on three piers. The preliminary excavation work is being done on these and the engine lor the pile driver and derrick is being worked out to th scene of operations. ,The engine is a heavy one and It takes considerable time and no little patience to coax it along, a board track has. to bo con structed in front of it and with a cable and a "dead man." the eimine nulls itself along inch by inch. The steel cylinders have been moved to the edge of the river where they can be taken to the piers as they are required. o THOSE WHO TAKE FOLEY KID NEY PILLS For their kidney and bladder allnunts, and for annoying urinary irregular ities aro always grateful both for the quick and permanent relief they af ford, and for their tonic and strength ening effect as well. Try Foley Kid ney Pills. o A BABY GIRL. Word comes from San Bernardino to the effect that Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Keebler. formerly of this place, are now the proud parents of a baby girl born to them on the Sth of July. Mrs. Keebler may be better remembered by Tnipc people as Miss Eva Ruse. o PARSON'S POEM A GEM." From Rev. H. Stubenvoll, Allison, Ih., in praise of Dr. King's New Life Pills. "They're such a health necessity. In every home these lillls should be. If other kinds you've tried in vain. USE DR. KING'S And be well again." Only 25c at all drugists. o FROM CASA GRANDE. John Woolf came up yesternay from Casa Grande and spent the time here between trains on business. fix' KILL MORE THAN WILD BEASTS. The number of people killed yearly by wild beasts don't approach the vast number killed by disease germs. No life Is safe from their attacks. They'ro in air, water, dust, even food. But grand protection is afforded by Electric Bitters, which destroy and expel these dradly discaso germs from the system. That's why chills, fever and ague, all malarial and many blood diseases yield promptly to this won derful blood purifier. Try them, and enjoy tho glorious health and new strength they'll give you. Money back, if not satisfied. Only 50c at all druggists. o ABOUT AGAIN. SupL'J. C. Ryan, who has been laid up for the past week with a badly bruised foot,.- which lie suffered while unloading the bridge cylinders. Is again able to be about with the aid of crutches. A PEEK INTO HIS POCKET would show the box of Bucklcn's Ar nica Salve that E. S. Loper, a car penter, of Marllla, N. Y. always car ries. "I have never had a cut, wound, bruise, or sore it would not soon heal," ho writes. Greatest healer of burns, boils, scalds, chapped hands and lips, fever sores, skin eruptions, eczema, corns and piles. 25o at all. druggists o GOT AWAY. The Collins party got away yester day for Tucson on their overland trip. Mr. and Mrs. Collins were accompan ied by W. D. Britton and Dick Nettle. THE McDOUGALL & CASSOU CO. 30 and 32 West Washington Street THE MAN WHO WISHES THE GREATEST POSSI BLE VALUE FOR HIS MONEY, regardless of the price he pays, will come; direct to McDOUGALL AND CASSOU'S, the very best store for men in ARIZONA. An attractive and interesting feature is our offer of our entire Spring and Summer lines of Suits including Blue Serges and Blacks, Norfolk and Two-piece Suits at these fascinating figures. 1 fljasuington Garments V I "W YORK $30.00 Buys Suits Sold all Season for $40.00 $26.25 Buys Suits Sold all Season for $35.00 $22.50 Buys Suits Sold all Season for $30.00 $18.75 Buys Suits Sold all Season for $25.00 $15.00 Buys Suits Sold all Season for $20.00 $13.50 Buys Suits Sold all Season for $18.00 IF YOU INTEND PURCHASING TODAY, SEE THESE SUITS;- they're by LONG ODDS the BEST values obtain able in this city. EVERY DAY, ANY DAY is a good day WILL LEAVE TODAY Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Stewart plan to leave today fir the Stewart ram-h in Yavapai codnty. They will make the trip overland and expect to remain there until some time in September. fV-- ESCAPED WITH HIS LIFE. "Twenty-one years ago I faced an awful death," writes II. B. Martin. Tort Harrelson, S. C. "Doctors said I had consumption and tho dreadful cough I had looked like it. sure enough. I tried everything, I could hear of, for my cough, and was under tho treatment of the best doctor in Georgetown, S. C. for a year, but could get no relief. A friend advised me to try Dr. King's New Discovery. I did so. and was completely cured. I feel thut I owo my life to this great throat and lung cure. It's positively guaranteed for coughs, colds, and all bronchial affections. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free at all druggists o niiiiiiiiiinHHinin MESA 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in n in 1 1 1 1 1 1 ROBBED BOYS OF THEIR PLUMS Officers Aro on the Trail of Five Hold-Ups. Monday evening as the two sons o H. L. Brown were driving to town they encountered a nirty of five Mexicans at a point near Drew's park. The boys were In a buggy, and had with them a washtub full of fine plums in the front part of the vehicle and a box of the qame kind of fruit back of the seat. The Mexi cans stopped tho wagon and proceed ed to transfer all the fruit from the buggy into a wagon in which they were traveling. When the boys pro tested the men told them to go where dwells lie of the cloven hoof. As soon as the fruit wi.is transferred, the Mexicans drove on, and the boys went home to report to their father, Instead of informing the officers. As a result, when the transaction be came known, the Mexicans had a good start. They drove i span of small horses, one of them white The wagon was a common affair, and besides the fl men. there was a barrel for carrying stock water lieross the- desert, a roll of bedding. "SEE US FIRST' 11 The Wilbur Realty Co. Everything in Real Ettatt. Mesa, Arizona 5? a ba;- of hay and some grain. Tli r- was one or more shovels in the wag.. n. The older Mexican, who led in the fruit-taking, wore scraggy whiskers. That is about all the de scription the boys could give, as they say they were frightened and did not note carefully. When the Ihjvs last saw the Mexicans the latter were driving toward the east. R. L. Brown filed J complaints in the justice court, and warrants were issued. Yesterday morning C. R. Morse and J. Brady started on the trail of the robbers. They believe the men were headed for Florence or Ray, and went as far as the Buchanan ranch, hoping to overtake them there. If they failed to find tho men had passed Buchanan's they would cut across the country to the Roosevelt road, on the chance tMit the wagon was h-aded in that direction. DOCTOR PRAISES D. D. D. Although an M. D., I acknowledge to my patients and iwtrons that your remedy, D. D. D., reaches cases of Erzema and permanently cures them Dr. Ira T. Gabbert, Caldwell, Kan. ".My cure began from the first-' ap plication of D. D. D. My skin is now as smooth as a baby's. I wouldn't take a thousand dollars for what D. D. D. has done for me," writes August Santo, of Chiliicothc, Ohio. These are just samples of letters we arc receiving every day from grateful patients ail over the coun try. "Worth its weight in gold." "All my pimples washed away by D. D. D.." "I found instant relief." "D. D. D. is little short of miraculous." These are the words of others in describing the great skin remedy, D. D. D. Proven by 'thousands of cures, for ten years to be absolutely harmless and reliable in every case of skin trouble, no matter what it is. Get a trial bottle today! Instant relief only 25c. For sale by- Elvey & Ifulett. East Washington street. Phoenix, Ariz, o PROPOSED CANNERY. It was learned on good authority that a party of Califomiu mon, now stopping in Mesa, have in view the establishment of a fruit and vegeta ble cannery at the new town of Chandler. They have acquired land there, and are in a iwsition to swing enough expert vegetable growers to that section to make the cannery a success, and Us nearly all of the Cai ifornians who settle on the desirable Chandler ranch will engage in fruit growing to some extent, it will be only a matter of a few years when a big industry in the canning line will be built up in that section. The parties aro not seeking publicity fit this time, but are getting their plans perfected as rapidly as possiblo. A couple of years since a party of capitalists came to Mesa intending to engage in the cunning business, but ater looking over the field, and as certaining the freight facilities and railroad tariffs abandoned the project. It was their Intention to engage on a large scale, but they found that the local market and the nearby camps created a demand for fresh vegeta bles in excess of the production. Since then there has been more at tention paid to gardening, but the product Is quickly sold. The new en terprise will not depend " upon the present vegetable product, but will be supplied by pnictlcal gardeners, who will make vegetables a specialty and will grow in large quantities. To matoes, peas and spring beans do well here, and these can be grown !n any quantity desired, iand are very profitable products. is to be hoped that their expectations will bi more than realized during the next two months. PINEAIR COMPANY WILL INSTITUTE SUITS AT ONCE MELON SHIPMENTS. Up to noon yesterday the Mosa melon growers had shipped cars of cantaloupes to the order of the Mutual Distributing company, of which Dr P. P. Myhand is the local superintendent and manager. Nine additional cars were loaded out dur ing the day and left during the early hours this morning. Bert Win gar, representing tho Fane. Canta loupe growers had consign.-1 to John Nix & Co. 29 cars, land exacted to get out four more cars- on the early train. The Gibson Fruit company re ported 16 cars and were loaJ-rg oth ers at a late hour last night The early morning Is utilised by the growers in picking and packing, the w.jtgfiiS beginning to airie at the Mic&s about 9 o'clock. Th- buik of the shipments are received at the sheds between 12 and S o'clock p. m. Reports from the Imperial country, California, are to the effect that ship ments are rapidly falling off. Man of the inspectors hive been relivved from duty there and sent rle'lere, some of them coming to Mesa. Cali fornias are selling at h low price n tho market, and the Arizona melons are now considerably in the lead. From the loth of tho month until' the close of the season Mesa melons are expected to bring top prices- The cantaloupes are not ripening a rap idly"15s on former occasions, which is attributed to the fact that the nights continue quite cool. Besides, the growers did not plant as early as in former years. One man. who has t!0 acres in cantaloupes, sent his first wugon load of ripe melons to the loading sheds yesterday: he will get in when the prices are at their besL The cantaloupe growers generally express satisfaction tit results so far. and If there is no unforeseen set hacks will conic out' on top at the close of tho season. In view of the fact that Inst year wis not an un qualified, success for tho growers, it On June 24 notices were sent to all delinquent subscribers of Pinouir stock stating that unless some kind of a settlement was" made by July. S, suit would be started to collect un paid subscriptions. A few only have responded, and it would seem that those who are delinquent ftail to real ise that they luive delayed the whole work of road construction, and tliHt those who have paid their subscrip tions are Injured and made to bear an unjust burden because of this de linquency. As r-i matter of justice to the cred itors of tho company and to tltoee who have paid up their subscriptions promptly this action is being insti tuted, and Attorney Dougherty will enter suits at once against all those who have not settled their accounts. WESLEY HILL IN TOWN. Wesley Hill, the chauffeur w1m took Colonel Roosevelt to the dnm site and back on the ISth day of Inst March, was resting up in Mesa yes terday. He sti!l drives the same car in which the colonel made the jour ney of his life, not excepting South Africa. MESA WEATHER. 94 Maximum temperature Minimum 72 Mean S3 Character of day. tartly cloudy. Wind, northeast. Forecast Generally cloudy, with rain. NEWS IN BRIEF. L. E. Lamb arrived last night from Bluewater, N.. M.. to visit his mother, who is very ill. 4 Tho motor car balked Monday cvening and a choo-choo engine had to be sent over to huul it to the re pair shop. Win. Knight was in from the Su perstition range Monday and remain ed over to load out a lot of sup plies. George Altaian has commenced work on a new houso on East First street. The Advance thresher started up again yesterday. This is the machine that was put out of commission re cently during the fire on the Alli son Bros.' ranch. Repairs were made, new par's secured, and the thresher is now just as good as it was prior to the conflagration. Mrs. George Millett is said to be (Continued on Page S.)