THE AKIZONA REPUBLICAN
PHOENIX, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1911.
VOL. XXII. NO. 165.
IN WORKING TRIM
FINAL NOTICE TO
THOSE IN ARREARS
Republi cans Select P. H. Hayes and
Celora M. Stoddard to
Unpleasant Step Finance Committee
of Y. M. C. A. Has Found
The newly elected members of the
republican county central committer
met yesterday afternoon at head
quarters in the Fleming block and or
ganized by the selection of p. II. Hayes
for county chairman and Celora M.
Stoddard for secretary.
That was the primary business of the
lny but it was followed by a general
l discussion of the situation and a con-
erence as to plans for conducting the
campaign. There was a good attend
ance at the meeting, from the outside
precincts as well from the four Phoe
nix wards and the enthusiasm wit'i
The following is a copy of a final
notice sent out by the finance commit
tee of the Y. M. C. A. to those sub
scribers who are in arrears in their
payments and have made no provision
for squaring up or maintaining the
lives of their contracts. The notice is
an announcement that suit is to be
filed against all delinquents, not in
spite or aimosity. but only as a busi
ness protectio the committee finds it.
necessary to take in guarding the re
sources of the association for which it
is responsible. It is hoped that all
who receive the notice will understand
which .prevailed indicated a confidence its motive and the necessity of prompt
on the part of those who rre to have .action. If they get to the committee
charge of the battle, that should in
spire candidates to effective and win
The selection of the new committee
officers is regarded as a fine start to
ward victory. Mr. Hayes though nar
rowly defeated in the recent primary 'Dear Sir
before he suits ar filed, some arrange
ments may yet be made but the hour
of grace is almost gone:
The Young Men's Christian Assn.
Phoenix. Ariz., Oct. 18. '11
nns lost no zeal in party success. He
is young and energetic and has de
monstrated his efficiency even in his
Because of unpaid subscriptions to
the building fund of the Phoenix
Young Men's Christian Association.
own losing campaign. A comparatively long past due. we are burdened with
new man in the country precincts heavy semi-annual interest payments
which he had no opportunity to visit, .for borrowed money. Then. too. a con
and with little organized work, he.siderable portion of said subscriptions
made a splendid showing. Mr. Stod- will outlaw Nvember 10. 1911.
lnrd, the new secretary is one of the I'nder these circumstances, it is im-
younger men of the city, is active and ( perative that the finance committee
ambitious and is endowed with an , take all necessary action to protect the
energy that should aid materially in interests of the Association
the success of the ticket.
TO BREAK UP COLD
Some Advice That Will Save Time
Strong drink and quinine may re
lieve a cold, but it usually does more
Iwrm than good.
To break up a hard cold in either
bend or chest thousands are using
this sensible treatment.
First of all look after your bowels;
if they need attention use any relia
ble cathartic. Then pour a scant tea
spoonful of HYOMEI into a bowl of
lKwling water, cover head and bowl
witli a towel and breathe for 5 or 10
, minutes the pleasant, soothing, heal
Do this just before going to bed;
your Head will feet fine and clear
I Accordingly, unless cash payment is
'made, or a shorttime note with Inter
'est. given, on or before November 1st,
next, suit must be brought for balance
still clue from you.
Will you not co-operate with us and
make payment at once to H. J. Mc
Clung. treasurer Y. M. C. A. Building
Fund, Phoenix National Bank.
L. B. CHRISTY. Chairman.
S. H. MITCHELL.
H. B. WILKINSON,
C T. HIRST.
R. B. BURMISTER,
B. A. FOWLER, ex officio.
Finance Committee of the Phoenix
Young Men's Christian Association.
WILD WEST SHOW
The word "real" has been incorpor
ated in the title of the 101 Ranch Real
Wild West Show in order that it may
not &e confused with other so-called
(western shows that have periodically
and you'll awake from a refreshing' , V 11 naVC nen0lHcaJ'
sleep minus a cold in the ' thC
For colds, coughs, catarrh, asthmL "J""JlC
and croup HYOMEI Is guaranteed. A ::"" " XV . ,a a" u,lure
fifty cent bottle is all vou need to ftramfr- Unscrupulous showmen
hrmk ..r. n,i ,hi- inave become possessed of the idea that
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tained at Lovett Drug Co. and drug
CITY CLEANING AND
19 East Adams Street.
Our work In this line cannot be ex
celled. Repairing, cleaning and press
ing. Work called for and delivered.
t 19 EAST ADAMS STREET,
Across from Adams Hotel.
Do You Want
To Make Money?
Buy a large, level lot between
Los Angeles and the sea, and
double your money before it is
paid for. Right on electric car
line. Prices $40 up to ?150.
Terms, 52.00 cash. $1.00 per
month. No interest or taxes.
Write us for particulars.
The H. Barclay Brown Go.
1034 Central Building
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
any show with pistol shots and In
dian whoops is a wild west portrayal
One show in particular with a title
combining many shows has had the
audacity to bid for (patronage by ad
vertising a wild west show in con
nection with a circus performance
and this same show has not the moral
courage to advertise the circus. It has
( neither and seeks to hide its deception
( under a conglomeration of meaning
less titles and in no one way offers
The 101 Ranch Real Wild West
Show has but one title and that is the
one to which it is justly and honora
I bly entitled. It is not a circus. It does
not offer the old time circus acts. It
is not the vaudeville show that clr
cuses have degenerated into. It is
Simon pure wild west show and comes
direct from the largest ranch in the
world the 101 Ranch at Bliss. Oklaho
ma. The performance it gives is one o
truthfulness and realism. It has west
em depictions that are historical and
I the participants in these reproductions
oie in many instances tnose who have
made them historical. There is no
wild west show in the world that could
equip itself as has the 101 Ranch be
cause the equipment could not be pro
cured from any other source than the
home of this colossal aggregation. The
many hundreds of Indians, cowboys
cowgirls, cattlemen, iplainsmen, pio
neers and general western people are
western to whom the east is a new
country and which they are seeing for
the first time. It is the genuineness
of the exhibition given by the' 101
Ranch show that recommends it. It is
the truthfulness of its depictions that
has made its reputation and the hon
esty of its advertising that has made
it worth oi patronage. Titc leputation
of this show is universal and when
compared with the others who have so
unsuccessfully tried to imitate it. it is
then that it appears to the very best
advantage. This show will appear
here November 5.
COUGHING AT NIGHT
Means loss of sleep which is bad for
everyone. Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound stops the cough at once,
relieves the tickling and dryness In
the throat and heals the inflammed
membranes. Prevents a cold develop
ing into bronchitis or pneumonia.
Keep always In the house. Refuse
For coughing, dryness and tickling
in the throat, hoarseness and all
I coughs and colds, take Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound. Contains no
opiates. Elvey & Hulett.
CITY HAD FAILED.
Agua Prieta, through neglect of
some of its officials, will have to
stand for the loss of five thousand
dollars Mexican money. The treas
urer of the municipality was not un-
'der bond when he made his escane.
Jin spite of a most diligent search, the
officers are still ln the dark as to the
'present whereabouts of Antonio Her
(rera, the official accused of abscond
ing without leaving, notice of his des
tination and with five thousand pesos
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Copyright 1011 Alfred Decker i Coha
of the city funds in his pockets.
Local officers consider it most prob
able that he is now in El Paso, as
his relatives reside there. Prior to
leaving, Herrera Is said to have visit
ed a local bank, where he purchased a
draft for 300 pesos to be sent to his
sister. At the time he made this pur
chase he exhibited a large amount of
currency, it is stated by persons who
saw him In the bank.
To Mexican officials who know that
he had a large sum of money in his
possession, he is said to have exhibit
ed the roll of bills, stating that he was
on his way to the bank. He even told
several of them goodbye, saying that
he was called to Cananea on business.
BALKED AT COLD STEEL.
'I wouldn't let a doctor cut my foot
off," said H. D. Ely, Bantam, Ohio,
although a horrible ulcer had been
the plague of my life for four years.
Instead I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
and my foot was soon completely
cured." Heals Burns, Boils, Sores.
Bruises, Eczema. Pimples, Corns.
Surest Pile cure 25c at all druggists.
During the recent extended man
euvers of the German army there
were many night attacks, in which
use was made of the newly intro
duced illuminating pistols. According
to the new regulations, these are to
be employed wherever the configu
ration of the land makes their usi
preferable to that of the ordinary
searchlight. The machinery pecessary
for the use of the latter device is
very inconvenient, and especially in
rolling and otherwise difficult coun
try, where the main maneuvers take
place, It cannot be used to advan
tage. The illuminating pistols have
not this disadvantage, as they are
easily transported. Further, the
searchlight is useless in valleys and
deep lying plains, as their rays shoot
over tehse and leave them apparently
in still deeper shadow. For this
reason such valleys serve as exvellent
covers at night against the search
ligths. The Illuminating pistols have
done away with this advantage of
shelter as the cartridges which they
throw light up the deepest and dark
There are two different sorts of
cartridges, producing respectively
white and red light. The white ones
serve exclusively for illuminating the
country, the red ones for signaling
purposes between widely separated
commands or divisions, even where
the distance between them is several
kilometers. The illuminating cart
ridges develop a light that makes
everything within 200 meters (Gofi
feet) visible, and lasts eight to ten
seconds. Scientific American.
A FATHER'S. VENGEANCE
would have fallen on any one who at
tacked the son of Peter Bondy. of
South Rockwood. Mich., but he was
powerless before attacks of Kidney
trouble. "Doctors could not help
him," he wrote, "so at last we gave
him Electric Bitters and he improved
wonderfully from taking six bottles.
It's the best kidney medicine I ever
saw." Backache. Tired reeling. Ner
vousness, Loss of Appetite, warn of
Kidney trouble that may end in drop
sy, diabetes or Brlght's disease. Be
ware: Take Electric Bitters and be
safe. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c at
all druggists. '
BIG REWARD OFFERED.
(power, dynamite on the Southern Pa
cific t nicks at Elwood last week.
Several railroad detectives are here in
vestigating. So far there is no clue.
A" special, patrol is now being main
tained, along the tracks in the north
ern part of the county.
CARD OF THANKS.
Appreciating the many kindnesses
of friends and neighbors during the
weeks of suffering of our deceased son.
Arthur, we desire to take this method
of acknowledgment, hoping tliat sim
ilar sorrows may not be thrust upon
any of those who have been so good
b MR. & MRS. J. W. FRALEY.
THE ANGUISHED OTTOMANS.
SANTA BARBARA, Cal., Oct. 30.
Five thousand dollars reward was of
fered today by. E. E. Calvin for infor
mation leading to the arrest of the"
parties who placed 75 sticks of low
stnntinople Tanln, Translated in the
This fury that the Ottomans nour
ish while they are condemned to suf
fer, is not the fruit of the state of
war which now commences between us
and the Italians; it is that of the caged
Hon, .Mwerless to defend himself
against the insults and attacks of
wolves. Oh, of we only had a common
boundary with Italy, were it but one
foot long, what a burst of vengeance
would come from the anguished breast
of all the Ottomans! From the Con-
IN THE PROBATE COURT OP THE
COUNTY OF MARICOPA, .TER
RITORY OF ARIZONA.
In the Matter of the Estate of Clar.
ence E. Justus, Deceased. Notice of
Notice is hereby given that Sarah
J. Justus, administratrix of the estate
of Clarence B. Justus, deceased, has
filed in this Court her petition prat
ing that final distribution of the es
tate of said deceased be made, and
that she be discharged as such, .ad;
minlstratrix and her bondsmcnbere
leased from further liability aild that
the same will be heard- on Monday,
the Cth day of November A. D. lSlL
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, of ssjld.
day, at the courtroom of said Cour.
in the City of Phoenix. County- of-
Maricopa. Territory of Arizona,' and
all persons interested In said estate
are notified then and there to appear
and show cause, if any they havi
why the prayer of said petitioner
should not be granted.
Dated October 30th. 1911,
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