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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1912.
(JSTot ill a poker game), but a house lull oL' season
able" merchandise. Every department full of tlie
verv latest goods -that can be formd anvwhere in tlie
southwest. A glance at window display will con
Our new hats, shoes, shirts, cravats, underwear
and hosiery will brighten your Easter looks. If you
can't find what you want elsewhere, make it a point
to see what Hyder Bros. have.
It's no trouble for us to show goods. v
'The House of Quality"
THE BOARD OF TRADE
HOLDS GOOD MEETING
Organization Plans Means of Making
the Town More Attractive
Tlie adjourned meeting of the
Tempe Board of Trade, from Monday
night was held "Wednesday night,
with a good attendance of the mem--bers
and citizens. The matter of
clearing the streets and vacant lots
of weeds and "obstructions that de
tract from the appearance of the
town was - discussed at some length.
Various methods of going about it
without causing any ill-feeling among
the citizens were suggested and fin
ally one hit upon. A committee is to
be appointed which will wait upon
the city council at tlie next meeting
and request them to co-operate with
the board in beautifying and other
wise improving tlie town. It is the
custom of the. council to cut all the
weeds growing on the sides of the
streets, about this time of the year,
but there has never been any regula
tion as to clearing the vacant lots.
The board of trade hopes that the
AUTO REPAIR WORK GUAR
Shop in Tempe and shop 23 N.
Second St., Phoenix.
J. A. AHLQUIST & CO.
IN TEMPE, ARIZONA.
Write to W. J. KINGSBURY.
H. Ellingson & Sons
Dealers in Hay and Grain,
Seed Grain, Seed Oats,
Feed Oats, Rolled Barley,
'Alfalfa Seed, Grain Bags,
The Best Irrigated Land
; ; Is at Mesa
. - - -, -
: All served by Reservoir or Pumping Water
$50 to $500 per Acre, according to
Improvements and Location
Wilbur Realty Company
citizens will see this matter in the
same light as they do and lend their;
assistance as much as possible.
Another matter of considerable im
portance, which was discussed, was
the proposed agricultural school. Xo
definite action was taken on this,
other than to hear the report of the
committee, and offer suggestions to
assist them in the furtherance of the
work. Another meeting will be held
in a short time, to hear the report
of the committee in charge.
The newly orshnized board of tmilo
is engaged in the very commendable
effort of trying hard to make Tempe
a more attractive town to tlie
stranger as well as the home resident.
In this worthy attempt, the board
should have the strong support of the
council and the citizens. A little co-1
operation on the part of the resi-
dents; a little effort toward keeping!
the streets clear of rubbish and lots
clear of weeds will tend toward a
vast improvement in tlie general ap-!
pcarance of things.
"Wm. L. Cook, prop, the Bee Hive
Drug Store, Xeihart. Mont., says the
Belt Canon running from Uelt to
Xeihart is the most picturesque spot
in all Montana. He writes: "I rec
ommend Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound to all my customers and am
never disappointed. It gives tlie best
results for coughs and colds of any
thing I sell." Elvey & Hulett.
W. L. Van Pelt of Denver, Colorado,
has been in Tempe the last two days
visiting his uncle, M. L. Spear. Mr.
Van Pelt has been working at llay-
den for about two months' past, hut
he has decided to return to his; home.
He left last evening for Phoenix
where he will make connections with
the Santa Fe.
Frank La Mont has offered a medal
to the member of the Tempe high
school baseball team who makes the
highest batting average for the pres
ent season. At present "Wesley Dines
is in the lead, but as only half the
schedule is played there is a good
chance for the other players, to make
It hot fo.r him.
Considerable interest in the new al
falfa mill, which was demonstrated
here yesterday, is being displayed by
tlie local farmers. The maohine was
in operation a good deal of the time
yesterday and at all times there was
;i crowd present. Even farmers from
the Mesa district put in an appear
ance. The mill will, no doubt, be of
a great help to the fanners, as they
will be able to prepare their grains
for the market themselves, without
having to take it to a larger mill
ADDITION TO PICTURES TONIGHT
Ton "Fairyland" lots aro to be Riven
away tonight at the Goodwin opera
house for the same price of admis
sion, and in addition to the regular
picture show. The lots are located
about forty miles from San Fran
cisco in Sonoma county, California.
The place is maintained as a sum
mer resort, fishing and hunting being
Mayor James C. Dahlman, Omaha,
Nebr., often called "the Cowboy May
or," writes of the benefit he derived
from Foley Kidney Pills and says, "I
havo taken Foley Kidney Pills and
they have given mo a great deal of
relief, so I cheerfully recommend
them." Elvey & Hulett.
HORSE AND BUGGY FOUND
G. R. Finch is again in possession
of a horse and bpgrgy which has been
ibsent from his stables for three
l days. The outfit was rented by a
stranger. Yesterday Constable Es
trada found it in Phoenix where it
had been since the day of renting
here. Evidently the man went to
Phoenix immediately and partook of
too much strong drink, for he was
last seen in jail at that place.
GOES TO CLAIMS
Adolph Kieckhoff was making ar
rangements yesterday to leave cither
late last night or today noon for
Nogales where he has a number of
nrnaii&ing gold claims. As soon as
th- trouble in Mexico ceases he in
tends to K- down there where mon.-
c'ainis lire in his possession. Mr.
Hieckhoff lias been here for aomt
two weeks visiting his brother and
killing tiniv in the hope that things
in wexico would nifct down enough
t.. i.. m. no danger, should one veu
ture into tht interior where his
.lai:as are located.
ALMOST A MIRACLE.
One of the most startling changes
ever seen in any man, according to
"V. B. Ilolsclaw, Clarendon, Tex., was
effected years ago in his brother.
'Jle had such a dreadful cough," he
writes, "that alUour family thought
i he was going into consumption, but
he began to use Dr. King's Xew Dls
oovery, and was completely cured by
ten bottles. Now he is sound and
Well ami weighs 21S pounds. For
many years our family has used this
wonderful remedy for coughs and
colds with excellent results." It's
quick, safe, reliable and guaranteed.
Price 30 cents and $1.00. Trial hot
tie free at all druggists.
Mens Ellingson and Sons, dealers in
hay and grain, are making a fifty-
six foot extension on their already
large hav warehouse on "West Scv
HIGH CONTEST TONIGHT
The Phoenix high school and the
(Tempe high school, old-time rivals,
will meet tonight at the local school
auditorium in a typewriting- and
shorthand contest. A number of
other attractions will also be a part
of the program, including singing
and recitations. "What the outcome of
the contest will be cannot be very
well judged, as this will be the first
time this year the two schools have
met. Tlie program will commence at
PUTS END TO BAD HABIT
Things never look bright to one
with "tlie blues." Ten to one the
trouble is a sluggish liver, filling tlie
system with bilious poison, that Dr.
King's Xew .Life Pills would expel.
Try them. Let the joy of better feel
ings end "the blues' Best for stom
ach, liver and kidneys. 25c. All drug
LOCAL LODGE IN PHOENIX .
Twelve members of the local Py
thian Sisters lodge visited in Phoe
nix yesterday afternoon with tlie
Phoenix 'organization, in order that
some team work might be accomp
lished. The trip was made in D. G.
Buck's bus. Mr. Buck accompanied
them as far as the river to sec thai
they crossed safely.
Of course, if a shining example is
needed, there is ex-President Diaz,
who had it for eight terms and
might not have refused another.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The highest point of woman's hap
piness is reached only through moth
erhood, in the clasping of her child
within her arms. Yet the mother-to-be
is often fearful of nature's ordeal
ano shrinks from the suffering inci
dent to its consummation. But for
nature's ills and discomforts nature
provides remedies, and in Mother's
Friend is to be found a medicine of
grt- lvalue to every expectant mother.
It in t an emulsion for external
application, composed of ingredients
which act with beneficial and sooth
ing effect on those portions of the
system involved. It is intended to
prepare the system for the crisis, and
thus relieve, in great part, the suffer
ing through which the mother usually
passes. The regular use of Mother's
Friend will repay any mother in the
comfort it affords before, and the help
ful restoration to health and strength
it brings about after baby come3.
free book for (
ers which contains much valuable
information, and man7 suggestions of
a helpful nature.
BSABF1ELD REGULATOR CO., AUanU, Gs.
CHAVEZ GETS OUT
ON LESSER CHARGE
Who Stabbed Acuna Pleads
Guilty and is Fined $30.
Joso Chavez, the Mexican who
stabbed M;.inuel Acuna in a drunken
quarrel early Sunday morning was
brought over from Phoenix Wednes
day morning to appear before Judge
Irwin. The Mexican was at first to
plead self defense to a. charge of
assault with intent to kill but his
employer, George Wilbur, spoke
good word for the Mexican and
agreed to pay his fine and after
'conference with the district attor
ney's office Judge Irwin decided to
allow the sheep herder to plead
guilty to a .charge of assault and
In the quarrel Chavez was se
upon by six of his countrymen, and
stabbed Acuna who happened to be
the first to reach him. It was fear
ed for ta time that the victim would
not recover but lie had so improved
that he was able to leave the hospi
The prisoner pleaded guilty to tlie
reduced charge and was fined ?30
and costs which was paid by Mr,
Wilbur and Chavez was taken out to
the ranch and placed in the custody
of his employer.
SPECIAL EASTER SERVICE
Rev. IJertran Cox will officiate at
St. Mark's mission at 11 o'clock next
Sunday morning. The ladies of the
church arc preparing-x special music
for the Easter service. There will
be no evening service.
A MOTHER'S CARE
A careful mother will not give her
child a medicine without knowing it
is pure, contains no opiates, and has
healing and curative qualities. Such
a medicine Is Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound for croup, whooping cough,
bronchitis, and all affections, of the
throat, chest, and lungs. Best and
safest for children and grown per
sons. .Contains no opiates. Elvey &
L. W. Stillwell of the Salt River
Valley bank has entered" the class of
auto owners, having recently pur
chased a Regal 30.
Irving C. Harris went to Itooscvelt
yesterday on one of his official trips.
He was accompanied by M. L. Gib
bons loaded with an Eastman, kodak.
Mr. Gibbons has been making quite
a reputation in the class of photos
he Is turning out, and his friends
will anxiously awn it the scenic won
ders which ho expects to bring from
MESA AND CHANDLER BANNERS
Mesa and Chandler banners with a
scene of the Itooscvelt dam are fre
quently seen on the streets nowa
days. It Is understood that as soon
as the order can be filled, the citi
zens of our ambitious baby sister
Gilbert will be sporting a banner of
IT LOOKS LIKE A CRIME
lo separate a boy from a box of
Bueklen's Arnica Salve. His pimples.
boils, scratches, knocks, sprains ami
bruises demand it, and its quick re
lief for burns, scalds, or cuts is his
right. Keep it handy for boys, also
girls. Heals everything healable and
does it quick. Unoqualed for piles.
Only 23 cents at all druggists. ,
A FAMILY OF ORATORS.
At the recent state oratorical con
test held at Tucson Edwin Peterson
of Mesa upheld the honor and glory.
not only of the Mesa high school
but of the Peterson family; lie being
the third son in line who has made
a record as a h'igh school orator.
That these three sons will some day
be associated together in the prac
tice of law, is a foregone conclusion,
and the sign of the three 'Pctersonsf
(attorneys-at-law will be well known
throughout the land. Edwin . won
first place in the contest with his
oration on the "Passing of Despotic
Miss Maliel Clark also of the Mesa
high school won second place in the
singing contest, which is quite in line
witli what might be expected from
ono of our high school girls who goes
into win. - -
A first and second place with but
two entries - is an enviable record
and Prof. Ilobertson and Mrs. Hubcr,
who trained the students and who
accoiniunl d them to Tucson are
justly proud of their pupils.
Tlie ladies of St. Mark's mission
will give an" Easter brcakliost at IC.
of P. hall Tuesday, April 9th, be
ginning at 11 a. m. The breakfast
will be served cafatcria. style, and
all the delicacies of the season will
ACTIVITIES IN GILBERT
The little town of Gilbert is fast
assuming the airs (and dignity of a
real town, and- it is rumored that a
postoffiee will be established there in
a very short length of time. Tlie de
partment has not yet made known
where it will be, but in all probabil
ity it will bo located In the store of
Ayers & Butler, who arc doing a
Ranch lands In the vicinity of the
townsitc have been chiuiging hands
0110 sale in particular, recently made
being of iriuch importance.
Mr. Burke of Iowa purchased from
Jesse Kcllcy and P. Lane an SO acre
tract on which ho expects to breed
thoroughbred Swiss cattle, which is
a new breed In this section of the
The defeated candidate in a re
publican primary need not despair,
as ho can always explain that the
wicked democrats got out and voted.
Ohio State Journal.
Cream Cake .
Makes You Hungry (o Look at It
By Mrs.Jencl McKenzie Hill, Editor of
the BosIjii Cooking School Magazine
When company arrives unexpectedly,
inis cream cake often covers an other
wise embarrassing situation, for it
answers the p"lace of any other dessert
as it can be stirred up quickly.
K C Cream Coke
One-half cup duller; 1 cup sugar;
yolks of 2 eggs, bcalcn light; 1H cups
siftet flour; 2 level teaspoonfuls A C
Jinking Powder; etip cold water;
7ifiitcs of 2 eggs, beaten dry.
Cream the butter; add the sugar,
yolks of eggs and water; then the flour,
sifted three times with the baking pow
der; lastly the whites of eggs. Hake in
two or three layers; put these together
with cream filling, and dredge the top
with confectioner's sugar. 34
One-fourth cup sifted flour; tca
spoonjul salt; 1 cup hot milk; 1 egg,
beaten tight; cup sugar; 1 teaspoon
ful vanilla extract; 1 ounce chocolate.
Mix flour anq salt with a very little
cold milk; s'ir into the hot milk and
cook ten minutes; add the chocolate
and stir until it is melted and evenly
blended with the flour mixture, then
leat in the egg mixed with the sugar,
and lastly the vanilla.
You uccd the K C Cook's Book, con
taining this and 89 other delicious
recipes sent free upon receipt of the
colored certificate packed in every 25
ccnt can of IC C Raking I'owdcr. Send
lo the Jaouks Mi'g. Co., Chicago
Since tlie presidential election of
ltiOS the States of Xew York. New
Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts,
Maine, Indiana and Ohio have elected
democratic governors As a matter of
fact, although Ohio went for 'Pa ft in
l'JOS. Harmon was elected governor
and reelected In 1910. The votes of
tlie foregoing states arc vital to the
success of the republican party in
the approaching campaign.
Col. Roosevelt's friendd declare that
even though defeat overcomes him at
Chicago he will represent a minority
of such respectable proportions that
tlie victors will find it very necessary
to consult tliis minority, just as the
democrats In all conventions since
189C have been compelled to consult
Bryan and his followers.
CHANDLER. April 4. OUon and
Graf of Phoenix are entering., a .bid
for the construction, of the Hotel
San Marcos which with its grounds
will occupy an entire block facing
the Plaza. The plans for this con
crete and steel structure were drawn
ly A- B. Benton of Los Angeles.
Mr. Benton who Is perhaps the most
noted architect on the coast, de
signed the famous Glenwood Mission
Inn of Riverside, California. His de
signs and -the specifications for the
hotel at Chandler show the result of
the experience gained iny building
such hostelries for the great pleasure
resorts of southern California.
Dr. E. J- Pellows is progressing
rapidly with the improvements on his
quarter of alfalfa in Section 'I'l. He
has finished a hay barn 10 by 100
feet, also a stock barn and a garage.
While waiting for the completion of
his residence Dr. Fellows has rented
1 house in town.
Geo. C. Smith has begun work on
his residence north of Chandler. The
concrete foundation is in and ready
for the walls. The building contract
alone on this house is in the neigh
borhood of ?4000
Postmaster Morrison's forty adjoin
ing tlie townsitc . on the; south is
showing -green with a fine stand of
C. J. Blanchard of Washington
who is the publicity agent for the
United States reclamation service,
was a visitor to Chandler Tuesday.
Mr. Blanchard grew more than en
thusiastic for the Salt River valley
when he saw what was happening
on the townsitc and tlie lands sur
Claude Hanna of Phoenix has been
here a couple of vlays visiting with
Tho Iloincbuildcrs Lumber Cq.
has secured an option on 5,000,
000 ft. of standard timber at
less than J2.00 per M. And to
cnablo them to raise money to
pay for this they will sacrifice
1,000,000 ft. of tneir own timber
manufactured into all grades of
lumber from common to clear
at $10.00 per M, at mills, or
$17.50 at Phoenix. To secure
these prices you must put up a
deposit of 10 of tho amount
you desiro to contract for with
W. K. ROSS
his brothers. While he is a great
booster for his home town and its
Immediate environs he was emphatic
in declaring that the progressive .spir
it of the new settlers will make of
Chandler the Pasadena of Arizona.
M. D. Boardman, S73 W. Main St.,
Helena, Mont., gives an interesting
account of his improved health
through the uso or Foley Kidney Pills.
After giving a detailed account of his
case, ho says, "I am almost 79 years
old and have spent hundreds of dol
lars for medicines, but find that I
have received more Urnefit from Foley
Kidney Pills, than from all other
medicines. Further particulars sent
on request." Elvey and Hulett.
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A 1 1 I I I 1 I I I I 1 I I I I 11 I I 1 1 II
ICE FACTORY STARTS
ITS SUMMER'S WORK
High School Building is Being Equip
ped With Window Curtains.
GLENDALE. April S The regular
monthly meeting of the missionary
society of the Methodist church will
be held at the home of Mrs. J. G.
Hammels instead of Mrs. Jack's as
Mrs. Louis Sands very delightfully
Mrs. R. ScudJcr and Mrs. Powell
will open a woman's excluinge Sat
urday morning April C in the vacant
store next to Dr. Hill's drug store on
First street. The ladies have been
very successful in this kind of work
before an'J have been well patronized
on account of he excellent things
they have had to offer and wish all
to be there and get in on the good
things this time.
The Glendale Ice company has
started up for its season's run. Next
Monday the teams will begin xlellv
ering for thin season. A special ef
fort is being made to improve the
service to the outlying districts.
The principal and scholars are
busy putting up curtains in the high
school building to prevent the glare
from side lights and bring tlie ligli'
in from the top as much as possible.
L. Myers, superintendent of the
local sugar companv is in Los An
geles for a few days on busine.-s
for the company.
Miss J. McCIoughry has been con
fined to her home for a few days
on account of sickness
Miss Sharlot Ha!; ihe state his
torian will be here Friday evening,
C. L. Parsons, see'y and treas. of
tho C. II. Ward Drug Co., Pasadena,
Calif., writes: "We havo sold and
recommended Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound for years. Wo. believe it
to bo one of the most efficient ex
pectorants on the market. Contain
ing no opiates or narcotics it can he
given freely to children. Enough of
this remedy can be taken to relieve
a cold as it has no nauseating result
and does not interfere with digestion."
Elvey and Hulett.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of tho Interior. U. S.
Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
March 14. 1912.
Notice is hereby given that Daniel
Noonan, of Gila Bend, Arizona, who,
on June 12, 190C, made desert land
entry, No. 04503, for northeast quar
ter, section 29, township 3S., range
4W., G- & S. R. Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make final
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Register and
Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Phoe
nix. Arizona, on the 16th day of April,
Claimant names as witnesses:
George R. Brewster, of Phoenix, Ariz.
Daniel W. Noonan, of Gila Bend, Ariz.
Samuel Biglcr, of Gila Bend, Ariz.
Claud Bullard. of Gila Bend, Ariz.
FRANK IL PARKER,
Tom's French Kitchen
The best the market
11 West Washington St.
GLENDALE REAL ESTATE
SMALL FARMS, from five acres
up. Improved and unimproved, for
sale on easy terms.
A. V. BENNETT
Office In Hotel Glenwood,
GLENDALE REAL ESTATE
Farm Loans and Insurance.
THE SMOKE BOUSE
ED SHAW, Proprietor.
319 W. Washington St.
Phone: Overland 1288.
Rooms Modern, with private
bath. Single or en suite.
COLLINGS VEHICLE AND
Next to Hotel Adams.
WHEN YOU HAVE ANY
OONE, SEE THAT THIS
is on . it. or that it is done
by one of the firms below, who
are entitled to use it:
ARIZONA STATE PRESS.
218 W. Washington St.
TEAS AND COFFEES
Call and see the Raccle, the best
wheel made. I carry a large line
of Racycles. Bicycles and Bicycle
Supplies. Repairing quickly done.
THE BICYCLE MAN
25-27 East Adams.
THE RACYCLE STORE.
Herxberg Bros., Props.
212 E. Washington
EDWARD EISELE, Proprietor.
Wholesale. Retail. The Genuine
(In Wrappers Only.)
7 Wet Washington St., Phoenix
Overland 234 Con. Main 89
Fresh fruits and vegetable re
ceived every morning. Your phone
orders will receive attention.
Main 3230 E. Wash. Ovid. 714
TOM & SING'S
Regular Meals, 35 Cents
Short Orders All Night
31 N. Center SL, Phoenix. Arlx.
GARDEN PITY RESTAURANT
Regular Meals 25c
Short Orders at All Houw
Charlie Loo Chuck, Mgr.
22-24 East Washington St
Easterhng & Whitney
213 W. Washington St,
Geo. lineman Co.
Corner Second and Adams SU.
Prank Connelley 'sPlace
Haig &. Haig Scotch Whiskey
f- TRADES jfi rJ COVHml)