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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1912.
PAGE FIVE
VALUATION FOR PHOENIX WANTS
TAX PURPOSES
DRY CONGRESS
State's Private Wealth Is
Now Estimated at $140,
338,191.08 as Against $98,
000,000 One Year Ago;
Figures by Counties
Movement to Secure the
1913 Convention of Wat
erless Farmers Was Be
gun in a Conference of
State Delegates Yesterday
But am a scrapper and will keep on scrapping
for your business until 1 get it. I have a right
to get it, for 1 .nil the only exclusive haber
dasher in Phoenix.
Read This:
It was a note left under our dour 1 ist w.-k.
"MR. JOHN HYDER:
....'Put my name mi the full cr-.wn Panama lint in window jr.. no
marked $2 50 size Will see vou about it Monday morning.
"DR. WOOWARD."
Needless to say, Dr. Woodward called and got
the hat. He, like hundreds of other Phoenix
men, has faith in the goods of the Store DeLuxe
and its proprietor's judgment.
Hyders' Store de Luxe
The property valuation as fixed by
the state board of equalization for
imposes of taxation this year, is
$140,338, 191. OS, as against about
VjS,o(),on) last year. The valuations
of each cIjss of protxrtv have not
y t been totaled individually afte:
segregation but will be in a few
(U.ys. Following are the figures show
ing thi' total valuation in each
c urty:
Ai.ache $ 2,2'-9479.06
Cochise ..2.f.00,761.7C
Coconino e,,8i;8,9r,C..12
(ii!a 10,601,644.2;
Ovaham 3.07(1,178.31
Creenlee 10,r,6S,765.52
Maricopa 27.r.99,785.8S
v.Vhave 5.973.264.1 1
Navajo 3,094,025.4.
Pima . 8.955.961.01
Pinal 5.123.446.8!
Santa Cruz 2. 418. 170. 0-'
Yavapai 16.111.921.2-
Yuma 4.4U.821.49
Hunt,
aboui
trade
ways
agn-
T..tal $14(1. 33S. 191.
SO MANY CAN HEAR HEARTBEATS
The Electro-Stethoscope Transmits
the Sound to an Entire Clinic.
HOW CAT LANDS ON FEET
It is a common saying that if a cat
i dropped in any way whatever it
will always alight on its fcet. Since
a man cannot lift himself by his
boot straps, or a boat cannot propel
itself through the water, except by
pressing against the ' water in some
way, one may well wonder whether
this is not one of the common say
ings which is fallacious. The general
principle involved are of such inter
est that the question was taken up a
few years ago for consideration at a
session of a French scientific society.
Forest Hay Moulton of the University
of Chicago, says:
"It is a fact 'hat it Is dynamically
possible for a cat to turn over no
matter how dropped, and experi
ments have shown that they actu
ally do it. If a balloonist or air
man should fall from a great height
ard should find that h-e were descend
ing so as to strike on his head, h.:
r,.i.l.i turn himself over so as to
strike on his feet, if he knew the
proper means of accomplishing it.
But the distance he would have to
fall in order to have time to tn-n
over would be so great that he could
have only an academic interest in
striking on his feet rather than on
his head, for the final result would
be the same in either case."
K. M Turner, inventor of (he die
tagraph, which is playing such ai
important part in the conviction o:
, i.x.ked i.ublic officials, has invented
u new contrivance for transmitting
the heart-beat sound. It is to b
ki.own as the electro-stethoscope, ant
i. ..ni r-r.nvov nn entire clinic a(
ore time the heart action of a pa
tient during an operation. The steth
.1 convevs onlv to ont
s..iinil i.f the heart beat
The new device will convey electri
callv to different paits of the oper
atinr room the audible action withir
the bodv of the patient over a serie.-
mi" wires, to receivers in the form of
ear tubes similar to those with which
the ordinarv stethoscope is equipped
A cup-shaped sound-collecting device
ia romnressed to the part or in
chest inclosing the heart or lungs
a from this region if
i-.ncfr.rmed ' normallv or magnified
at the will of the physician control!
intr it. to a elas of any number o
. i. Mi- Turner has beer
..... -
wnrkire on the invention six year:
i w. v,iq int triven it the first
ttliU 117 lit.? J "
ri.m.mstration. It works successfully
Columbus Dispatch.
o
in.,, r. litti. cniBsmnn at The Re-
...ilUH-an office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
THE WORLD'S STANDARD FOR MORE THAN 70 YEARS.
Our line is complete with all sizes and styles, as well as Deere Disc Harrows
Alfalfa Cultivators, JOHN DKKUK IRON ('LAD, and Davenport Wagons, and
. . , , ,. .. ,1. trnr ,1.' IHT U !T
the most stvJisii 01 an ine J'UV,VU1J
We carry all sizes
of the well-known
New Way Air
Cooled and R. &
V. line of Gasoline
Engines : : : : :
The Ryan Veihcle & Wlachinery Co.
House of Quality.
' ' 134-:W-?,S-4( East Adams Street.
J I
rf?iWri tin
Hz n t-T If ft
mm
MITT S
35c Wash Goods
Special 10c Yd.
This is your last call for wash
goods. Irish Linette, Klaxon Voile,
old up to 35c yard, at 10c.
Phoenix will stage the 1913 con
gress of drv farmers if the move
ment started at the meeting yester
day hs any effect.
Called together by Governor
a number of gentlemen from
the state met at the board of
yesterday afternoon to devise
and means of luriner the arid
i ulturists to Arizona when mxt that
body convenes. J lie purpose m mak
ing the fight for the congress is to
bring Arizona's opportunities for the
,!iy farmer to the notice of the men
who indulge in that sort of soil till
ing. And besides, there is the re
sultant good of the visit of over 5000
delegates, their ideas, possible in
vestments and the advertising they
.v ill give the new state by their
presence. With the experts on the
ground, Arizona will be given the
hance to demonstrate the great lat
ent lands, waste now, but only des
ert because there is no way to get
men to settle them.
In forty other ways, more or less
.urcenary, the Salt Kiver valley wiil
; refit by the invasion of a congress
.f the nation wide standing the. Dry
farmery' enjoy. Actually, a great
lumber of visitors will couie and
leave lucre. Also they will go and
eave words. And that is what is de
igned to be the best plum of all, the
dvertising of Arizona in parts where
.ncn eagerly catch at news of a land
outdoor nromise, fruits of th
farm and a chance to live on ground
hat makes the real living ot the
race
The meeting was held under the
hairmanshin of Governor Hunt
Piesert were men of affairs, well to
farmers and publicity men of a.l
the state. Malcolm Fraser, secretary
.f the Prescott chamber of commerce-
was one of the most active members
1 the meeting. Phoenix' representa
tives, H. E. Marks and Al Moore:
those of Maricoita county. Vernon
Clark and Harry Welch; and others
iifid nn an enthusiastic set ot bust
ness getters
The afternoon's discussion was
i-vstallized in the motion of W. H.
f"urlt ,.t Ilolhn.ok to make a bid foi
the meeting of the International Dr;
Farming congress for Phoenix m
1913. When it was decided the ef-
lort would be put forth to bring the
invention here, the meeters pio
. ........ .1.. T . thic
.-ceded to tug oui meinour, m n...-.
connection, the matter of an exmoit
,i(!ii Maricopa county and Arizona
jt large t-o this year's congress was
oiouehi un. The state will be repre-
r,f...t l.v n car of material, to ue
athered and sent to Alberta, Can
:,rh. under the steering hand of Sec
ttarv Fraser. It was found necessary
lift the sum of $1700 to cover ex
,-..tie of the exhibit. It was pieugeo
ir. r. feu.- minutes, and Mr. Fraser
,,as unanimously chosen as superin
i ndent
L'lftv citizens, some named from
among those present, and others to
;e picked by the governor ami in
board of trade will torm a commit
t,, he nicked by the governor
jr.d the board ot traue win iumi
committee on ways and means, u
...... i.,. ran. to raise the sum
Will ' " v. .v.. - -- -
f $15,000, needed to insure the prop-
,. . , . ......'..!.! it ri In
er 1HIUUI...B --
T.niv rs.ntributions will be se
cured in various ways, depending on
nd men to whom appn
I lit WV,H I v,
cation is to be made. The counties
. vvnnn. Maricopa, Navajo, Apache,
" ' ' ..... r
Yuma. Greenlee, Pima, Monave, c,o
ri Cochise will all maKe
luavy contributions to me iuhu.
..... .h assurance of represeniaiive.,
r the subdivisions and those
. .... .i.u sifjte of rninn aim
WHO Mlt-v. i.-v
.,..,. fr. the counties without
it r InnrQt OS2
. r i tii w vear win ue m
xne iuhu
v, ..f w X FrederiCKS ot rrcs-
cott. The governor named those in
tA.nna and others to receive
notification later as members of the
fi,-o r.r committee on pians
CATV lui- .
- .r.rniiaion of state wide
choice,' the committee is expected t..
. : al n.irts wnere sucu
gei acnoc i..
,.. it Mpn nterested in ury i-nu
ng opportunities are sure to fall in
,;.i, the r.ioneers. In the time
Illir Willi - i
n.,i thm there Will ue a gicai
illiuitu ... . n
.... ..oiness accompnsiieu. c
volume o " " - .
.v.- tho Alberta congress is
ready to open Professor McOmie of
Tucson will have gatnereu .
show of dry tilled products for this
coming exposition.
The boosters in evidence at yes
terday's meeting were: Malcolm
Fraser of Prescott, H. A. Morgan
of Willcox, Glen C. Wheeler of Yuma,
n E Marks. J. S. Day, V. L tlark,
Harry Welch. II Tritle, A. L. Moore,
Governor Hunt and Professor Mc
Omie of- Tucson.
I 1 for backache, rheumatism, kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary irregularitlet.
Jl Foley's Kidney Pills yurifythe blood, restore lost vitality and vigor. Refuse substitute.
MAL0NE MEETS
ERLENB0RN AT
IDAHO SPRINGS
BURNS. LUB IN PRELIMINARES;
O'Keefe Staging Card.
16 Button
' i
Silk Gloves 75c
This is an exceptional value; they
;ome in black and white, double
Up regular $1.25 value, at 7Tc.
Korrick's English Long Cloth at 98c per Bolt
Evervbodv is wanting it the same identical Long Cloth which created such. a
furore a couple of months ago, just '100 pieces at this price 'Ml inches wide 98c
for 12-yard piece.
1 7 Lingerie and Voile
Dresses at $7.75
Don't overlook this chance values
up to 28 dollars. They are hand
embroidered and Irish Crochet
trimmed, including the latest sum
mer models all go at one price to
(dose $7.75.
$3 to $4 Shirt
Waists Monday
at $2.25
Our entire stock is Involved fa
mous "Marquise" Waists, dozens of
different styles new models in
Lingerie and Voile, high or low
neck only $2.25 for choice.
Tailored Cloth
Suits, Values up to
$35 at only $10
Last call on all our Cloth Tailored
Suits, including the latest summer
models values up to $35., Mon
day only $10.
Wash Dresses
Regular $6 and $7
Value at $2.98
Th?se are exceptional values;
they are made of Scotch Zephyrs,
Linens, Lawns and Dimities 'tegu
lar $6.00 and $7.00 value?, to close
at $2.98.
Following his twenty-round bout
with Rudy Unholy at Victor, Labor day
Mike Maione will meet Young Erlen
born in a ten-round bout before the B.
P. O. Elks No. 607 of daho. Springs.
The exhibition will take pUce Sep
tmher ia ami will bee staged by John-
r'xrta - fipnree Pauldine, the
clever Italian, who appeared in the
D "A. C. last year, will meet Tommy
Ryan in a six-round preliminary, and
Burns will go the same distance with
U f hiil. l8f
3 Dresses
at
3 Dresses
at
3 Dresses
at
1 Dress
at
1 Dress
at
1 Dress
at
1 Dress
at
1 Dress
at
1 Suit
at
1 Suit
at
1 Suit
at
$23.00
$20.00
$26.00
$21.00
$19.50
$22.00
$17.00
$24.00
$12.25
$21.50
$28.00
Extra Special, Natural Color Dress Linen
19c
This is the regular 35-inch wide goods
best 25c quality extra special
19c
25 Pieces Curtain Scrim 17 l-2c Yd.
This is the Colonial design, 36 inches by 4(J inches
wide, never sold for less than 25c per yard. Mon
day onlv 171c v.'ird.
New Ripplette Fall Patterns 15c Yd.
(let yours while the picking is good just unpacked
yesterday only 15c per yard.
Warner and Royal
Worcester Corsets
at 95c
These are the latest models
and are right up to now
regular $1.25 value Monday
only at 95c.
12 l-2c Bookfold
Shirting Madras
at91-2cYard
A qualitv that cannot be sur
passed kt the price Monday
only at. 9V-e yard.
Hair Nets
All Colors 3 for 10c
You will never be able to buy
them at this price again
Mondav only 3 for 10c.
Pure Thread Silk
Special 45c Pair
In black,, white and tan, extra deep lisle top
aiid lisle feet, full fashioned special at 45c
per fair
Women's White Hose
Garter Top, 14c Pair
High spliced heel and toe, well worth 20c per
pair extra special 14c per pair.
Huck Howels, 18x36
Monday Each 9c
This is a regular 12ic value Monday only at
9c each.
Bleached Muslin, Extra -
Firm Quality, 8 l-2c Yard
This is an exceptional value it cannot be dup
licated elsewhere Monday only 8 e yard.
Full Size Sheets
Tom and Hemmed at 67c
Guaranteed to he the same as Paquot. Would
be a bargain at 90c. Extra special Monday
only G7c.
Junior and Misses Gingham
Dresses $1 .50 Values at 90c
This is cheaper than -buying the material and
making them Monday only 90c. : ;-
New Striped Shirts
Monday at $1.25
This is the fifth shipment of
these shirts. They are made of .
verv fine Soisette and look verv
much like the original silk, and
its cost is less; extra collar goes
with it Monday. $1.25.
New Suit Cases
' Monday at $1.25
Made of finest quality matting,
beaded corners Monday only
$1.25.
Straw Hats
Monday Half Price
- -
Buy one , now and put it away
for next vear.
Lub. , . .

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