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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 14, 1911. be available to all members of the Gym who have paid their dues. If You Want the Best UTH SIDE NEWS READY FOR SLAUGHTER. Owners of guns are getting them cleaned up. preparatory to taking ad vantage of the quail season, which opens Sunday. TEMPE REGULAR MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL Trees Must Be Trimmed When They Interfere With New Lights. The regular monthly meeting of the city council was hold Thursday even ing at the new council chambers in the Tt'mpt- Hardware building with a lull attendance of the memlrers of the council. Aside from the auditing of the regular bills and the transaction of the usual routine business, only a few things of importance were taken up. A resolution with respect to the trees on corners where the new street lights have been was adopted. The resolution provides that where branclt s of the trees shade the lights, they jdwll be trimmed and in cases where trimming will not suffice, the trees limy bo cut down. There arc only one or two instances where such action :is this is necessary. Some time ago. with the arrival here of the new chemical ensine lor the city's fire department, a plan to build ji new In.ilding for the engine on the city's park was taken under consider ation. At Thursday evening's meeting, this was brought W a conclusion and the marshal was ordered to advertise for bids for the construction of the building. GOVERNMENT MEN HERE. . Thos. II. Carney of the United tates department of agriculture and . C. Dillman, his assistant, of Wash ington, D. C, spent yesterday here. They came over from Sacaton the ev ening before with E. W. Hudson, who is in charge of the experimental sta tion at that place. Mr. Carney at one time was a frequent visitor here and it whs largely through his work that some of the finest dates at the Tempe Or chard were secured. Of late howev er, he has kept pretty close to Wash ington and lias not been here for sev eral years. The gentleman spent yes terday looking over the Tempe orchard ami in the afternoon, in company with T. H. Simmons. tani a visit to the ex IMirimental station in Phoenix. Mr. Carney's visit west this year is more in the interest of cotton growing than anything else and just now the de partment is making some extensive ex periments with this crop. MR. WINSOR TALKED. Mulford Winsor of Yuma, one of the three democratic candidates for the nomination for representative, spoke Glorious Hair For Every Woman Who Wants It. Any woman v. ho neglects her hair cannot expect t have as lovely hair as the W'jman ho doesn't. Wash the hair once a week, use PARISIAN SAGE daily keep your hair brush clean and in a few days you will pive to your hair a beauti ful lustre that you will Ive proud of PARISIAN SAGE is a most reliable lmir tonic; so r-lial1e that A. L.. Boehiner guarantees it to eradicate dandruff, stop falling hair and itch ing scalp, or money back. It should be used as a dressing by every' member of the family because it keeps the scalp clean, prevents hair from turning grav and laldness. Large bottle : cents, you will have no use for ordinar preparations after once gKing ddigl.tiul PARISIAN SAGE a tria' SANTAL-MIDY Relieves in 24 Hours fa Catarrh of the Bladder All DrussUlt Harare or Counterfeits SANTAL-MIDY CHICHESTER S PILLS THE PIAMOXII niiANM.f A I.ttdleftl An Clil-chcd-tcr' I'llls la TuLe nraiioxn iika.mi pills, for as years known as Best. Saint. AI mts KelHU. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS REPYWHERE M. EUifigsofi Sons Dealers in Hay and Grain, Seed Grain, Seed Oats, Feed Dots, Rolled Barley, Alfalfa Seed, Grain Bags, efc. TEMPE Farmers' & Merchants' Bank TEMPE, ARIZ. Every Thing in Banking "SEE US FIRST' THE WILBUR REALTY CO. Everything in Real Estate Mesa, Arizona. 5" yoor Urnrclut for a ' IHmond IlranlV Krd and Uold rnoilUcWY sealed with Blue Ribbon. ' no olLer. Hot or Ton. V AskforClfi-cin:K.rr:n n """V IS to a fair sized audience at the airdomo Thursday evening. The crowd was not as large as it might have been but those who were present gave Mr. Win sor close attention and were apparent ly favorably impressed. o If you have young children you have perhaps noticed that disorders of the stomach are their most com mon ailment. To correct this you will find Chamberlain's Stomnch and Llwr Tablets excellent. They are easy and pleasant to take, and mild and gentle in effect. For sale by all druggists. o AN OWNER FOUND. Some days ago one of Frank Saylor's little boys found forty one dollars In currency near the Saylor home where a large number of Indians, who were working on the government ditch, had been camped. A few days later an old Indian appeared at the Saylor home and so accurately described the money that had been found, there was no j question but that he was the man who lost it. The little boy accordingly re turned it to the Indian and the old man returned the lad the odd dollars. A CHANGE MADE. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ferguson, for merly of Imperial Valley, are here. Mr. Ferguson will have local chnrge of the Arionn Telephone company, taking the ' place of Roy Heck, who has been transferred. o J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio, purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for his boy who had a cold, and before the bottle was all used the boy's cold was gone. Is j that not better than to pay a five dollar doctor's bill? For sale by all druggists. o BUYS CATTLE. V. J. Clemans left last evening for Window where he will receive a large bunch of steers. About thirty car loads will be included in the shipment which will reach here early next week. J Twain Clemans also went up a couple of days before and with his father, will return with the shipment. SPECIAL AGENT HERE. Leigli Robins, special agent of the California Insurance Co. with head quarters at Los Angeles, spent yester day here and in Mesa visiting the locnl agents. Here is a woman who speaks from personal knowledge and long experi ence, viz., Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of Wilson, Pa., who says. "I know from exierience that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is far superior to any other. For croup there is nothing that ex cells it." For sale by all druggists. o GOING TO RANGE. C. P. Mullen expects to leave the first of the week for a short trip to his range at Hillside. Mrs Elling Olsen was the victim of a runaway accident Thursday evening. She had just started for home and when getting into her buggy near Bir chetf:: stcre, her horse became fright ened and overturned the buggy, in so doing, running up onto the side walk and coming within a few feet of going Into the basement that is being con structed in the rear of the store. For tunately Mrs. Olsen was not at all In jured. OVER FROM PHOENIX. F. J. Dourson. representing the Ari zona Fire Insurance company, was ov er from Phoenix yesterday. EPISCOPAL SERVICES. There will be the usual Episcopal services at the Congregational church Sunday afternoon at half past three. Rev. Mr. Scarlett v ill r reach. Resardinc E. M. Curnow. whose death occurred at Globe Wednesday the Silver Belt says the following: Cumow was a popular young fellow whose loss will be mourned hv mnnv besides the members of his own fam- jily His death is a distinct loss to the community, for he was an industrious and manly citizen. His body rests in the chapel of Jones & Son. Prepara tions for interment have not yet been made. A PEN. GUARD HERE. P H Coleman, a guard at the peni tentiary, is in Mesa visiting with rela tives and friends. Phil has been In his new position for several months and says he likes the job. It is rather con fining, but one can get a day off oc casionally. WILL RETURN TODAY. Mrs. Wallace A. Macdonald writes to Mrs. M. A. Steele that she will be homo today from an extended visit to Lo.s Angeles and San Francisco. Mrs. Macdonald went to the City of An gels to see her new grandson, who ar rived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hawkins over a month ago. From Los Angeles she went to San Francisco and had a nice visit with Mr. and Mrs. AV. Aird Macdonald, who resides there. While she has been away Mrs. Steele looked after Mrs. Wallace's home and the children. SOLD SPAN OF HORSES. David Wallace has just disposed of a span of Percheron draught horses to Mr. Antler. The animals are fine ones and brought a price that veri fies the rumor that there is money in pood live stock. KEMP-DEWITT. that Miss Leila Kemp, of Mesa, was married on October 4th, in the Temple at Salt Lake City to Alex. A. DeWItt The couple will make their home on Mr. DeWitt's farm, near Thatcher. MESA DEMANDS THE PROOF Rattlesnake Story Told by Yellow Journal is Little Too Big, Even for Him. Supervisor Bowen was reading in one or the yellow journals yesterday that a rattlesnake had been killed in Ari zona, the serpent having 103 rattles. Mr. Bowen said that he had a snake story he had often told, but he had never been able to overreach the quar ter century mark, for fear he would be mistaken for a member of the Anna nias club. The rattler he killed had only twenty-four rattles, which he con sidered pretty good. He has decided now, after reading about the Arizona 103-rattIe snake, to file his story away until people have forgotten about it Like the Missourian, Mr. Bowen would like to see the rattles. o When you nava a bad cold you want the best medicine obtainable so as to cure it with as little delay as possible. Here is a druggist's opinion: "I have sold Chamberlain' Cough Remedy for fifteen years," snys Enos Lollar of Saratoga. Ind., "and consider it the best on the market." For sale by all druggists. o NEW ARRIVALS. Among tin. new arrivals in Mesa this fall are Mrs. P. s. Lacy and family, of Pullian. Wash., who came here to join Mr. Lacy. The latter recently rented 1G0 acres of the McQueen ranch, south of town, and will farm the land dur ing the coining season. The Lacy fam ily are living in one of the Henry Pe terson houses on East Main street. .. MISS ELLSWORTH HOME. Miss Ellye Ellsworth returned tills week from I'tah, where she spent the summer months. Her time was divid ed letween Salt Lake and Ogden, hav ing a sister at the latter town. Miss hllsworth Is owner of the photo stu dio in the north part of town. COLONEL PICKETT IN MESA. Col. H. L. Pickett, candidate for the nomination for senator on the demo cratic ticket, was in Mesa yesterday. renewing acquaintance with old friends and making new ones. At the K. P. hall last night he addressed a fair sized audience of voters and presented his claims for the nomination. Col. Pickett is an old-time Arizonian and has resided for years at Tombstone. His claims for the honor of represent ing the new state in the senate are certainly better than those of some of the others wlio are asking the demo cratic voters for support in the pri maries. STRANGERS IN TOWN. At the Alhambra the following are registered: C. P. child, j. w. Blan kenship. Phoenix; Chas. D. Morris. Roosevelt; Win. J. Simpson. Philadel phia: Col. II. L. Pickett. Tombstone: F. V. Parker.. Prescott: M. H. Carlin. C. B. Rucker. St. Joseph: W. K. Tingle. P. D. Baer, Los Angeles. DAUGHTER IS ILL. W. S. George, clerk at the Crescent drug store, is in receipt of word from Oklahoma that his daughter, Eva Is quite ill from an attack of typhoid fev er. RETURNED FROM VACATION. Mr. Simpson, for a long time clerk at the Toggery, has returned from Cal ifornia, where he spent quite an ex tended vacation. The announcement is made that the Mesa Gymn.'isium will reopen on Mon day. The management has set aside Mondays for the ladies' classes: Tues days for the seniors and Wednesdays for the juniors A janitor has been en gaged to look after the hall and every thing will be kept in first-clacs condi tion, including the baths, which will MILLIONS of FAMILIES u.in$YRUPflG$ ELIXIRS SENNA FOR COLDS AND HEADACHES. IND1CESTI0N AND IjOUR STOMACH. CAS AND FERMENTATION. CONSTIPATION AND BILIOUSNESS. WITH MOST SATISFACTORY RESULTS. - CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP C0J IN THE CIRCLE ON EVERY PACKAGE 0FTHE THE WONDERFUL POPULARITY OF THE GENUINE SYRUP OF FICS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA HAS LED UNSCRUPULOUS MANUFACTURERS TO OFFER LVJTATIONS. IN ORDER TO MAKE A LARGER PROFIT AT THE EXPENSE OF THEIR CUSTOMERS. IF A DEALER ASKS WHICH SIZE YOU WISH. OR WHAT MAKE YOU WISH. WHEN YOU ASK FOR SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA, HE IS PREPAR ING TO DECEIVE YOU TELL HIM THAT 'OU WISH THE GENUINE. MANUFACTURED CY THE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ALL RELIABLE DRUCCISTS KNOW THAT THERE IS BUT ONE CENUINE AND THAT IT IS MANU FACTURED BY THE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ONLY NOTE THE NAME Hateful 21 PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS.NEAR THE BOTTOM. AND IN K THE CIRCLE, NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKACE.OF THE GENUINE ONE SIZE ONLY. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS REGULAR PRICE 50c PER BOTTLE. SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA IS ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO THE NEEDS OP LADIES AND CHILDREN. AS IT IS MILD AND PLEASANT GENTLE AND EFFECTIVE, AND ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM OBJECTIONABLE INGREDIENTS IT tS EQUALLY BENEFICIAL FOR WOMEN AND FOR MEN. YOUNG AND OLD FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. ALWAYS BUY THE CENUINE. - Caufornia Fig Syrup Co. ENTERTAINED. Mrs. L. W. Stillwell entertained her Sunday school class last evening, at C o'clock, with a Spanish dinner. There was music, and a general good social time. Mrs. Robert Scott assisted In entertaining. BOUGHT A RETURN TICKET. .. S. T. Smith left this week for his old home in Louisiana, where he will visit for a couple of weeks. It is noted that Mr. Smith took no chances, but purchased a return ticket before leav ing Mesa. REGULAR SALES DAY. Four dry goods and one grocery store are having sales this week, and the sales ladies and salesmen are all busy. Mr. Conger reported his force com pleted by securing as assistants, Mrs. Conger. Miss Pearl Bond, Miss Ada Standage, Miss Lottie Shumway and Miss Marv Butler. MESA WEATHER. Mesa weather has been monotonously satisfactory during the past week. There has not been anything that the "chronic kicker"' could find fault with. Warm enough for shirt waists and white goods during the day, and cool enough at night to cause one to snug gle under the covers. The weather ob server yesterday reported a maximum temperature of 00 degrees, and a mini mum of rl; a clear sky. fair forecast, and the Brooks comet faintly visible In the northwestern heavens. NEWS IN BRIEF. Dr. DeVore was over from Tempe yesterday, and reports a great many strangers drifting into that town for the -winter. Mrs. H. E. Aston, who has been quite ill for a week iast. is greatly improved. Phil. Met cleaned up his shotgun yesterday in order to lte ready for the opening of the quail season. Both the Princess and Coliseum the aters are doing a good business. The nights are now so pleasant that people enjoy having some place to call them from home in the early evening. A meeting of the Woman's Foreign missionary society of the M. E. church, was held at the residence of Mrs. J. E. Drane. yesterday afternoon. Messrs. Oivenshaw and Johnson, de serted their store yesterday, both hav ing business in Phoenix. The clerks had to work that much harder. Utah apples are now numerous In town. Sugar, recently selling at JS.50 a sack, was going at $7.50 yesterday. It is yet to high for the average man. Black coffee is stylish just now. Miss Grace Johnson is in Mesa visit ing. She has Just returned from Utah, and stopped of in Mesa for a few days, prior to returning to her home in Mex ico. Twain Clemans left for Holbrook yesterday, to secure a bunch of range cattle. There was a large attendance at the militia ball last night. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Sliumwav are enjoying a visit from their son. An drew, who is located at Oak Creek. o VOCABULARY OF AVIATION. The most exasperating error in char acteristiiiation at present is the mis use of "airship." Time and again one can see headlines like this: "Airship Files 150 Miles an Hour." or "Airship Falls; Aviator Killed." when it is the weighty flying machine that is meant. If the generic term "aircraft" had been employed, there would have been no atrocious assault upon our language. But "airship" contains one letter the loss, and that means much to the wor ried epitomiaer. Rated according to size. It would be as permissable to speak of a yacht as an ocean liner, or a naphtha tender as a yacht, as to rank the automobile of the air with an airship, writes Edward Wesley Potter in Harper's Weekly. Then, too, tha latter is a buo.ant affair, floating by his own Ieit and, if need be. sailing with wi:il nulls any other propelling force, where as the hcavier-than-air apparatus gets its sustaining power, as GENUiNE MINIATURE PICTURE OF PACKAGE, 1 If .!PSI1 X COMAINii !U J-hR U 1 1 I B scent, or alcoholV; lit' B 3 IMUIM MM, r I p I J S I jj fCrruxxPl'TmK row. H Mjj ' H A "h"tuu. cofSTiMnoi. a jjjj M a x wm winy; tili ' aJlSlJRji'45:t lJ OB On the market for your dinner table in the line of Meats, Poultry, Fish, Oysters, Fresh Vegetables and Fruits of all kinds see us. We also have a com plete line of lunch goods, cheese of all kinds, but ter, eggs, pickles, olives and many other articles too numerous to mention. OJYou will find Tribolet's Market, the most up-to-date marketing house in the southwest. Trioblet's Market Opposite City Phone Main 6 already indicated, by a reverse pro cess. The compact "aero" Is also frequent ly requisitionrd to denominate all kinds of aerial apparatus, and, when adopted for gas-borne appliances, can be made to serve a useful purpose. It seems to "fall down," however. It coupled with heavier-than-air contriv ances. AVhen is a kite, a flying-fish, or a clamsnell skittering ovet the wa ter ah "aero," or. rather, an "air?" How j classify Grannort's machine that little more than a year ago made its first and final appearance in public? Its in ventor folded up its single surfaces somewhat after the fashion of a bug gy top, set his propeller in motion, and, utilizing his apparatus as a wind wa gon, steered it through the most crowd ed streets of Berlin, trundling from the Johannisthal field to the Tegel drill ground. There, this surface test being considered decisive, it was impounded by the military, authorities, and will travel on long marches or particiiwte in military maneuvers, moving along by Its own power, fully assembled and ready for immediate scout duty. But suppose this wind wagon does not make an ascension? Will it still rate as an "aero? -o- BEGINNINGS OF PROPHYLAXIS. The relationship between medicine, magic and religion has been learnedly discussed by able anthropologists, writes Ij. D. Burdick in The Dietetie and Hygienic Cassette. It has been held that magic is an early form of re ligion, that it represents a stage in the evolution of religious belief, and some times that it is more primitive than belief in any spiritual beings. We know not if, in the history of human belief, magic takes precedence of evil spirits as the cause of disease. That the medicine man and the magician are quite commonly one among savages is certain, however, and the fear of magical influence as a source of sick ness and misfortune is a reality with them. Preventive medicine primarily seems to have consisted in undoing magic and foiling evil spirits. Professor Krazer has collected much evidence ("The Golden Bough." 1., 307) of the fear of primitive peoples of the malignant influence to which tbey were exposed in coming into contact with strangers. This might cause sickness and death and was guarded against in might still remain in whatever had come to them from a foreign source. Hindu ambassadors once sent to England by a native prince were re- garded as so polluted that on their re- HARROWS HAVE you seen the new spring tooth harrow with the new tooth ? An implement that is guaranteed to cultivate alfalfa. Also the famous Osborne Columbia and Cutaway disc harrows. Let us show you these tools, and then you may judge for yourselves. Collings Vehicle and Harness Company 32-34 East Adams Street, Phoenix Hall; Prompt Delivery to all Parts of the City. j Phone Overland 789 turn to India nothing but being born again would purify them, and they were accordingly dragged through . gold image of the sacred Yoni. A writer describes a curious custom of the Baretse in South Africa. A few days after tbe death of a man the doc tor comes and mnkes an incision on the forehead of each of the survivors of his relatives and fills it with medi cine to ward off the contagion and the effect of the sorcery that caused his death. Leland calls attention to a custom of taking medicines on the threshold in ancient Tuscany, the idea being that the threshold was the border line le tween the outer world where vile spir its freely roam. If a person dies within an Eskimo hut everything in the hut must be de stroyed or thrown away as well as ev erything which hal come into contact with the deceased. The sick likely to die are isolated, and also a woman dur ing confinement. o CRUISERS' MASCOTS FOUGHT. Jay Probably Will Claim Now That Someone Doped Him. Jay. until recently the proud bulldog mascot of the Dreadnought Delaware. U. S. N will probably come forward with the statement that somebody doped his biscuit. On the other hand. Mutt, a wire haired dog of the Topsy breed and pet of the men of the North Dakota, stretched in a cazy corner of the engine room of that ship, replete with feasting on fried chicken and milk sops and other daiities. And on his neck was a brand new collar with fine brass ornaments. Mutt had licked Jay. much to the surprise of all the sailors of the Dela ware, his friends of the North Dakota and, more than all. Jay. Jay has fig ured as a Tom Sharkey of dogs both as to build and pugnacity, which, of course, made him all the more precious to the sailor boys. He has licked his dog in even.- port- He once siinulto neously put the fangs to three Chinese dogs. Hitherto they couldn't come too big or tough for the Delaware grinder.! Mutt sauntered aboard the North Dakota wholly without a reputation. He probably meant to pay a friendly call on Jay, hoping perhaps for an in vitation to luncheon. The sailars laughed and nudged each other when they observed the manner in which Jay bristled at sight of Mutt and called to their mates aboard the North Dakota to come over and see the fun. Jay rushed at Mutt Mutt drew back in pained surprise. But when Jay insisted on trouble. Mutt went into the fray like a whirlwind. The jackies bet hotly on the result of the contest, the North Dakota men themselves backing Mutt only out of loyalty. They really saw no chance? -for their wiry, lean mascot: It was like a little cruiser against a dreadnought. Then they all gasped to observe that Mutt was making sausage meat of thj champion of many ports; Jay suddenly whined in surrender and limped away. Then the North Dakota men toted Mutt off in triumph. The Delaware men say that Jay was out of training, and that as soon u3 his wounds are hendel he will take up a rigorous program of medicine stick chasing and bone grinding and issue a challenge for a return match. FUN FOR HALLOWEEN. After the Halloween dinner party, Roast three chestnuts before the fire, one of which is named a woman and two named men (or vice versa). If they separate, so will those for whom they are named. Two that jump toward each other will marry. If two men (or women) jump toward each other, it means rivalry. Take three dishes, one with soapy water, one with clear water and one empty. Blindfold a guest and lend hini to the table. With the left forefinger he tries to dip into one of the dishes. If he succeeds In touching the clear water, he will marry one who is young and handsome; if the soapy water, "a widow; if the empty dish, he is doomed to remain single. Tie a wedding rinc to a silk cord and suspend over a goblet and start swinging slowly; repeat alphabet slow ly, and when the ring strikes the gob let, begin again. In this way spell out the name of your future husband. In the game of Fate all the guest3 take part. Three ..Fates" are chosen, one of them whispers to each individ ual in turn, the name of his future sweetheart. The second Fate follows, whispers to each guest the name of the place where he will meet his sweet heart. Thus. "You will meet at church." or "down by the corner," or some absurd place. The third Fate then reveals the future as. "You will marry on the Fourth of July." or You will never wed." Each guest must remem ber what is said by each one of the Fates, then each in turn repeats aloud what has been said; for example, "My future sweetheart's name is Jim. I shall meet him in December on a boat trip. We will marry never." From the Woman's Home Companion.