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( "TO THE BIG FIGHT Our ervice This bank numbers anions its depositors a great many ladies it endeavors to show its appreciation of their patronage by extending to them the most prompt, and efficient attention. Small as well as large accounts are invited by this bank and the officers are always pleased to explain any matters connected with the opening of an account. Vt: interest paid on savings. The Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Co. Looking for a Trade? We have bargains in both ranch and city property. Will exchange or sell on easy terms. CAPITAL SAVINGS-INVESTMENT CO. Corner Second Avenue and Wa sh ington Street Borrow Money tlO to $100 on your salary, furniture, pianos, horses, cows, etc. Nothing re moved. Quick, courteous, confidential. THE MUTUAL LOAN CO. Lewis Bldg. Central and Adams ; D. D. HORNING ! For Sale Lands In small or largt acreage. INSURANCE AND LOANS RENTALS, COLLECTIONS Office 411 VVsit Monroe St. Cor. 4th Ave. Phoeni Warehouse lot, good location .$2000 S acre improved ranch ....$1800 J. L. IRVIN 11 N. 1st Ave. GOOD HORSES AND RIGS For hire and for sale at Corral prices. Commercial Corral, E. A.. Starr & Co.. Props. Phone 1708. tf Veterinary Colleges S. F. VETERINARY COLLEGE be gins Sept. 15. No profession offers equal opportunity. Catalog free, Dr. C. Keane, president, 1818 Market street, S;in Francisco. Sbk GOOD ADVICE. Quoth old Brother Stubbles With wisdom galore: "Don't brood over troubles; You only hatch more." . o ORDINANCE NO. 557. An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. G07, of the City of Phoenix. The Common Council of Phoenix do Ordain as Follows: SECTION 1. That Ordinance No. 507 be and the -same is hereby amend ed to read as follows: Commencing with the word "and." being the third word on the tenth line of Ordinance No. 507 and ending with the word "on," being the ninth word on the sixteenth line of said Ordi nance, be and the same Is hereby stricken out of said Ordinance and in lieu thereof the following be and the same is hereby inserted: And also shall have entlorsed thereon the names of the property owners of at least sixty per cent, of the lineal frontage of both the block facing the street on which such busi ness is to be carried on and on the block facing on said street opposite the place where said business is to be carried on. SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect from and after its pas sage and publication as by law re quired. Passed by the Common Council of the City of Phoenix this 14th day of July, 1913. LLOYD B. CIiniSTY. Mayor. Attest: FRANK THOMAS. Citv Recorder. First publication, July IS, 1913. zt vSlcTX COME AWON THIS 5 f " "E OF THE f BM-TU IS ( StE THE B5G I CHANCE TO BE GUILTY CROWD AT THIS ON : J PIGHTV V HEO? 151 fMg-H I BRUTAL CHICKEN FIGHT V L, y Zfi 'SO I J ESCAPED, BUT I ARRESTED W0 1 W Vol 1 TVIHPSE AMERICANS 7- to Women IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA. In the Matter of the Estate of Asenath D. Miner, deceased. Notice for Pub lication of Settlement of Account, and the Hearing of Petition for Final Dis tribution. Notice is hereby given that Herbert j Tt. Patrick, the administrator of the estate of Asenath D. Miner deceased, has rendered and presented for settle ment, and filed in said court, his final account of his administration of said estate, together with his petition for j final distribution of said estate; and that Tuesday the 29th day of July, 1913, j at 10 o'clock, A. M., at the Court-room i of said Court, at the Court House, in ' the City of Phoenix, in said Maricopa County, has been duty appointed by the said Court, for the settlement of said account and the hearing of said petition for distribution, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his excep tions in writing to the said account and j to said petition for distribution, and contest the same. Dated July 16, 1913. Wm. E. THOMAS, Clerk. By C. F. LEONARD, Deputy Clerk. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA. In the Matter of the Estate of Rosaria Leon Martinez, deceased. Notice of Hearing Petition for Letters of Ad ministration. Notice is hereby given that Apolonio Martinez has filed in this court his petition praying that Letters of Ad ministration on the estate of said dece dent be granted himself, and that the same will be heard at the term of said Court, to-wit: On Friday the 1st day of August, A. D., 1913, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court room of said court, in Phoenix, county of Maricopa, state of Arizona, and all persns interested in said estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause ,if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Dated July 19, 1913, WM. E. THOMAS, Clerk. By C. F. LEONARD, Deputy Clerk. o NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of George N. Gage, deceas ed. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Executor of the Estate of George N. Gage, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the sard Executor at the office of the Geo. N. Marshall Company at Fifth Avenue and Jackson Street in the City of Phoenix, Arizona, the same being the place for the trans action of the business of said estate, in the said County of Maricopa, State of Arizona. JOHN DENNETT. JR. Executor of Estate of George N. Gage, deceased. Dated thi3 25th day of June 1913. o Hire a little Salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, Felix and NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. The stockholders of The Phalanx company are hereby notified that the annual stockholders meeting of the company, will be held at the com pany's office at Phoenix, Arizona, on Monday July 2Sth 1913 at 11 o'clock A. M., in the offices of the Southwestern Securities and Investment company, Room 2, Monihon Building, Phoenix, Arizona; for the purpose of electing directors and such other business as may be brought before said meeting. COMLY SHOEMAKER, President. HARRY A. JAMISON, Secretary. o IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Of Maricopa County, State of Ari zona. In the matter of the Estate of John B. Richardson, deceased. No tice of Hearing Petition. Notice is hereby given that C. D. Lam me, D. N. Graham and W. W Nye have filed 5n this Court a pur ported copy of the last will and testament of John B. Richardson to gether with the probate thereof in the Probate Court of Brown County Kansas, duly authenticated together with their petition praying that said document be admitted to probate in this court and that the same will be heard on Thursday the 10th day of July, A. D., 1913 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court room of said Court, in the City of Phoenix, County of Maricopa State of Arizona, and all persons interested in said estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer ot said petitioner should not be grant ed. Dated, June 27th, 1913. WM. E. THOMAS Clerk By C. F. Leornard, Deputy Clerk. o NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Under and by virtue of an order made and entered upon the 12th day of July, 1913, in the Superior Court of the State of Arizona in and for Maricopa County in the matter of the petition of J. W. Garland for the dissolution of the COL ORADO - HONDURAS BANANA PLANTATION COMPANY, a corpora tion, I, Ned Creighton, receiver of the Colorado-Honduras Banana Plantation Company in said proceeding, do hereby give public notice to all stockholders and to all other persons having or claiming to have an interest in the fund to be distributed in the above proceeding to present their claims un der oath to me at my office in the Na tional Lank of Arizona Building at Phoenix, Arizona, on or before Thurs day, September 11, 1913, or be forever barred and estopped from claiming or asserting any interest in the said fund. Dated at Phoenix, this 12th day of July, 1913. NEO CREIGHTON, Receiver. Armstrong & Lewis Attorneys for Receiver. o NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Under and by virtue of an order made and entered upon the 12th day of July, 1913 in the Superior Court of the State of Arizona in and for Maricopa County in the matter of the petition of J. W. Garland for the dissolution of the HONDURAS DEVELOPMENT COM PANY, a corporation, I Ned Creighton. receiver of the Honduras Development Company in said proceeding, do hereby give public notice to all stockholders and to all other persons having or claiming to have an interest in the fund to be distributed in the above proceeding to present their claim under oath to me at my office in the National Bank of Arizona Building, at Phoenix, Arizona, on or before Thursday, Sep tember 11th, 1913, or be forever barred and estopped from claiming or assert ing any interest in the said fund. (Note: Bondholders and creditors who have heretofore presented claims against the Honduras Development Company need make no further proof. Dated at Phoenix, this 12th day of July, 1913. NED CREIGHTON, Receiver. Armstrong & Lewis, Attorneys for Receiver. o NOTICE TC CREDITORS Estate of Jesus M. Rivera, deceas ed. Notice is hereby given by tne undersigned Administrator of the Es tate of Jesus M. Rivera, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav ing claims against the said deceased to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said Administrator at the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Maricopa. MANUEL S. RIVERA Administrator of the Estate of Je sus M. Rivera, deceased; Dated this 28th day of June A. D.. 1913. ( Fink See A Real Fight NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Elizabeth Jane Rees, ceased. Notice is hereby given the undersigned Administrator of Estate of Elizabeth Jane Rees to de by the the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said Administrator at 401 Goodrich Building, Phoenix. Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Maricopa. HARRY L. SHEDD Administrator of the Estate of Eli zabeth Jane liees, deceased. Dated this 27th day of June A. D 1913. o HAYDEN The Sunday lore is -soon to which will aild attractiveness of necessary funds school and church have a good organ materially to the the services. The were contributed bv our various citizens who are interest ed in Sunday school and church work ;inl the order was placed by Mr. Joe Browne several days ago. The in strument will he several weeks on the road but should arrive before the end of August. .Mr. Browne has been doing excellent work in leading the music for both Sunday school and clmrch but has oltened complained of tile 1111. ir.g by h; ;'-t is'actory results of "smg nd" and we are sure that with tlie mel us '.-trains of the or- g"n to grea tor music. Rev. of .Miss in Ari. assist there will be much general interest taken in the Mr. Adkinxon, superintendent i"iis for the Methodist Church 'P.a and New Mexico who h-i..- been in llayden on several ooeas-ions in the past two years will l,e here next Sunday am) conduct services at the school house in the morning am: evening. A morning service is some thing out of the ordinary here as Rev. H.,wloy is unable to be here except for the evening services on the first and third Sundays of each o.ojwi.. , ,if public is cordially vited to be on hand with Rev. i n -Ad- i.inson both morning anil evening. The Ladies Aid Society will meet this week on Thursday afternoon at two-thirty o'clock at the llayden ho tel as the guests of Mrs. McCIeland. Torn Calvin of Kelvin was a visi tor in llayden the early part of the week. Mr. Calvin is connected with the i'-e plant there. Jose Ortiz, a young Mexican about twenty years of age who had been working for the copper company for about two years met death here Sun day by falling from a ladder while on duty. He was not killed instantly but so badlv injured that he -died Republican Want Ads Always Bring Results CLASS.F.FO nWTlSCMCNTS TO FOR HP NT F0 tNt, lc PER JULY 24, 1913 in Mexico Monday. His remains were laid to rest in Winkelman ecmetrey. His parents re-side in Winkelman. o AFFIDAVITS County Attorney Conlon. when he appeared before the tax commission at Topeka cstorday in the bridge controvetsv. submitted several affi davits to the effect that the tnaip current of the river ran under the east side of the bridge. Will Guthrie, who represented the bridge company, m.-'e light of the affidavits. "Why, I can get affidavits to the effect that the river runs through the depot," he said. Atchison Globe. As Nick Bottom might say. "The eye of a man hath not heard, the ear of a man hath not seen, man's hand is not able to taste, his tongue to conceive, nor his heart to report" the strange things that are proved every da v in the 'week by conven tional affidavits." Kansas city Star. o Hire a little Salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. o BARGAINS IN TITLES Although foreign countries do not openly advertise their readiness to do business with those who aspire to affix a Handle to their names, the fact is generally recognized that a considerable traffic in titles is car ried on. Tiie tiny republic of San Marino, which does a roaring trade in titles of nobility at fixed rates, devotes a great part of the profits to the main tenance of its foundling and orphan asylum. It will make you and ail your heirs or only your heirs male, if such is your desire, a duke for $.")0im ,,r an earl for $37"iO. An idea of the traffic done in titles may be gathered from the fact that a German firm trading in Sweden sends out a circular marked "Private and confidential." offering to secure any orders and decorations required. The orders of St. George vary in price in different countries. In Sicily it costs $37.". and in Bavaria more than twice as much, but you may become a Knight of Montenegro for as little as $73. The King of Creese does rather a prosperous business with the Order of the Redeemer, which can be had for ?25o, while Servia bestows the order of Takova for a like sum. The Prince of Monaco has for disposal the Older of the Star, fin- which he asks $17." and for $"0 less one can secure the Order of the Sun of Nasr-ed-din from the Shah of Persia. Although titles cannot be bartered in England that a. generous contribu tion to political funds often paves the wav to a place in the peerage. Apropos of this, it is interesting to note the fact that Franz Kossuth, the LEADING u' - -- SALE miNTjFPK I' Hr' 1 r w WORD PER DAY son of the famous patriot, charged the point of your knife blade on the the Hungarian government with re- rial of your thumb; turn slowly un ceiving no less than $1,430,000 by sell-j til the full shadow of the blade oil ing baronets. I scures the nail, anil you have dis- Anotner pnase or tnis traiiic in n ties is revealed by carefully worded advertisements which have appeared in London papers from time to time, offering for sale the titles of im poverished noble families of France. It is not so long ago since three ti tles, two of which were French one a count and the other a marqueso, respectively, and one of an Austrian prince were put up for sale in Lon don, the price ranging from $200,000 to JTiOiumio. Stray Stories. o MY CONSCIENCE Sometimes my Conscience says, says he. "Don't you know me'."' And I. says I. skeered through and through. "( M" course I do. You make me cry You make me pray, Yot air a nice chap ever' way r here to say! And all them good things thataway That is, at night. Where do you stav Dm in' the day?" And theti my Conscience says ,onc't more. "You know " h. yes," "You're jes Your ways 1 love you You come me shore?" savs I. a trimblln faint. ' a saint! is all so holy-right, better ever' night around 'tel plum ila v- light. When you air out o sight!" Ande then my conscience sort o" grits His teeth and spits On his two hands and grabs, of course. Some eld remorse. And beats me through with th bott -end big that thing tel my clostest 1 rienn says "Uil hardly know me. "Now,' he. "Bo keerful as you'd orto be And alius think o' me!" James Whitoomb Riley in tlo 'en- tury Magazine. o Suppose You Were Lost in the Woods "If you discover that you are lost in the woods, sit down and think calmly back over the road you have traveled. Irving to -decide where the camp should lie. Then, if you have your compass, and it seems to agree with your judgment, stick faithfully to that direction. Even if you are wrong in your decision, it is better to keep on in one direction, because ou may fall in with some stream. :.nd can follow it to a human habita tion. "If you have no compass, the sun is an excellent guide during the day-, should the skv be overcast, place f J 1 unNIr 1 1 ( - . SAl". PAGE NINE - j oveied where the sun is. "Vou can discover the points of the compass in other ways; by no ticing that tile tops of tall trees in cline to the north; that the leaves if the trees are generally closer on the south side; that their branches are shorter and more irregular on the north side. "To prevent getting inio the cir- clc habit break off branches of the. 1 ushes as you pass your match safe is start a fire, if wii'u you as it should be. Remember that a fire piled up with damp Wood makes a dense .-niokc, and quickly attracts at tention. Two fires going at one,-. ne a little removed from the other constitute a well known ignal ot dist res among woodsmen. Th ro- i mg ot three shots in succession -at first, then a nanse th.. tv... two third shot is another recognized si-- nal. if you happen to have :i ,.-,. o NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN- Under and by virtue of the order made j and entered upon the 12th day of July, i.'tlo. in the Superior Court of the State of Arizona in and for Maricopa County in the matter of the petition of J. W. Garland for the dissolution of the HONDURAS BANANA PLANTATION COMPANY. a corporation, I, Neil Creighton. receiver of the Honduras Banana Plantation Company in said proceeding, do hereby give public no tice to all stockholders and to all oth er persons having or claiming to have an interest in the fond to be distrib uted in the above proceeding to pre sent their claims under oath to me at my office in the National Bank of Ari zona Building at Phoenix, Arizona, on or before Thursday, September 11, 1913. or be forever barred and estopped from claiming or asserting any interest in the said fund. Dated at Phoenix, this 12th day of July, i!U3. NED CREIGHTON. Recei ver. Armstrong & Lewis Attorneys for Receiver. - ORDINANCE NO. 550. An Ordinance Making it Unlawful for the City Marshal or Any Police Officer or Other Officer Having in Charge Or Custody Anv Person Sen tenced to the City .TaTI at any Time Previous to the Term for Which S:iid Person Has Been Sentenced, to Re lease, Discharge or Liberate, or Per mit to be Released, Discharged, or Liberated, Any Such Person. Unless First Required or Authorized by Competent Legal Authority. THE COMMON COUNCII, OF PHOENIX DO ORDAIN AS FOL LOWS: SECTION 1. It shall be and is In Tiby made unlawful for the City Marshal, or any Police Officer, or other Officer having in charge or custody any person duly and regu larly sentenced ty the City Recorder to confinement in the City Jail, at cr.y time previous to serving the full term of any such sentence, unless re quired, or authorized by competent le;al authority so to do, to release, discharge or liberate, or permit to be released, discharged or liberated any person so sentenced until such per son so sentenced shall have served the full term of his sentence or paid the City Recorder, in case of an alter nate fine, the amount of fine imposed by said. Recorder. SECTION 2. That the City Mar shal, Police Officer, or other Officer iolating the terms of this Ordinance shall be deemed guilty .f a misde- I meanor. SECTION 3. All Ordinances or parts of ' ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed. SECTION 4 This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication as by law required. Passed by the Common Council of the City of Phoenix this 1-lth day of July, 1913. LLOYD B. CHRISTY. Mayor. Attest: FRANK THOMAS. City Recorder. First publication July 16. 1913. WANTED Good second hand grain sacks. Phoenix Wood & Coal Co. Th only Market In Phoenix re ceiving fish fresh dally. California Fish and Oyster Market 119 N. First Ave. Overland 1109.