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THE 'ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1913
PAGE ELEVEN MRS. WORRMhe Man Who Drives an Auto Has His Special Cares DA.RW IT w I WONDER VJWVT S DONT V 590EAVC IS ? VOISE JoHNlJ MUSTBE 4. 1 I 7 TMctSE IX GOES A.GAVV1 -.GEE. VMHAT A RACKET I CAKIT Gurss 'uc stop AMD TAV-e A LOOVC AT THE- ToVJSlUTiS ISM T W THE. APPCKIDIV eTME V Pi A. Oct IT. I LL FlUD "Tf-IATT ( SQUEAK ' HAVE TO A A APART THAT kiOISE 7 - ii - T 1 11 WKVaC I III .1.1 ( DOWT MEATS V- l X vr i ir-iirMvxil JOHw A r MOSOUlTo CAUGHT Ikl TVlE. 1 KA J V AGV4QSTIC 'S AtV. SIGHT i 1 Ato'-' V V .G! Y -"Otf VOMtKS S- Snow . . J ''yjhl J are The umit-M " VcS.f vi THE 'EAST J IT OVJCV TOOK- " -oH OEAP-CCTS 0M fOOR J If You Have Made a Will and have appointed The Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Company as executor, you have every assur ance that your estate will be handled safelv and efficiently. This company has capital and surplus of $150. 000.00, assuring safety in every transaction; it has complete equipment for acting in trust capacities, and it brings to its service the important essential of experience. 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 Washington Street Borrow Money $10 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 large acreage. INSURANCE AND LOANS RENTALS, COLLECTIONS Office 411 West Monroe St. Cor. 4th Ave. Phoeni Auto Livery. FIIOEXIX TO GLOBE $11.90 via Ray Junction on Arizona Eastern. Railroad autos meet all trains from Phoenix at Ray Junction for Globe daily; leave Phoenix 8 a. m., arrive Globe 6 p. m. For further informa tion call at or phone Hoffman Cigar Stand, tel. 1118, street number 21 North Central ave. W. P. Kelsey. Mgr., Globe, Ariz. tf Hire a little Salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. Warehouse lot, good location .$2000 8 acre improved ranch ....$1800 J. L. IRVIN 11 N. 1st Ave. Professional and BuaineM Cards ,TXPEWR 1 T ER s REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. 35 East Adams: Overland 670. tf ' Stables and Corrals 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, San Francisco. 9bk Special Notices STORE Your household goods, fur niture, automobiles, etc., in our new concrete fire proof warehouse for the summer. Lightning Delivery Co. Phones 94; 1756. V YOUR CARPETS cleaned on the floor. Phone 733. 8-1 IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUILD see me at once for free estimates; cash or installments. C. II. John son, Building Contractor, 507 North Third at., phone 1566. tf FOR GRAY AND FADED HAIR a homemade hair remedy, the best thing on the market, it restores the hair back to its original color, makes it soft and glossy, it stimulates the growth and destroys dandruff, it brings back the beauty of youth and sunshine in the heart, when the silvery threads become visible you say I am getting old, my hair is getting gray, I don't look young as I used to. Use this simple home remedy and the looks of youth and of beauty will return, the heart will be glad and rejoice in what you have found. Send P. o. money order to the Mail Order Home, 656 Kohler St., Los Angeles, Calif. 8-g ""iXSTR IN CHINA; PAINTING Water colors and oil, from 1 to 4 Tues day, Thursday and Saturday. C. E. Collins, 310 N. Central Ave. Phone 8564. gb CHIROPODIST Corns removed, 50 cts. eacn; ounions, moles, warts, etc., removed by electricity. 39 East Adams FRANK SHIRLEY Phone 1704. $10 REWARD for the arrest and conviction of anyone stealing The Arizona Republican from the front yards of any of our subscribers. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. tf $1.25 PER WORD Inserts classi fied Ads in thirty-six leading papers in United States; send for list. The Dake Advertising Agency, 427 South Main st., Los Angeles, or 12 Geary st., San Francisco, Cal. tf UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING EASTERLING & WHITNEY Un dertakers and Embalmers. 213 West Washington st.. Phoenix, Arizona, tf MOHN, DRISCOLL & MAUS. In dertakers, Embalmers and Funeral Directors, 118 North Central ave.. Phoenix. tf Hire a little Salesman at The Re publican office. ' A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. HATTER HATS RENOVATED nost reliable place in town. 24 N. 2nd St. Phone 456 Phoenix Hat M'f'ff- Co. COMSETlcRE- NU BONE CORSET Designed and fitted according to the -individual needs of the figure. Comfortable, hy gienic and stylish. Helen Jennings, 7J5 W. Washington: phone 8689. tf Lodge Notices - - - m Phoenix Lodge No. 2 Knights f Pythias, meets 7:30 p. m. very Friday. Visiting mem bers invited. C. L. MADDOX, C- C. Phone Overland 8690 V. C. POWELL, K. R. & S PHOENIX LODGE STo. 708 Loyal Order of loose. Meetings every Tuesday, I. O. O. F. Tall. Visiting broth rs invited. Walter J. layt. Dictator; Walter i. Van Tyne, Secre-ary. 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 n 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 of 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 Bank 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. NED 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, f 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. o NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE j the said fund. STATE OF ARIZONA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA. 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 28th 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. 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. r Notice is hereby given that Herbert R. 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 final distribution of said estate; and that Tuesday the 29th day of July, 1913, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at the Court-room of said Court, at the Court House, in the City of Phoenix, in said Maricopa County, has been duly 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 to said petition for distribution, and contest the same. Dated July 16, 1913. Wm. E. THOMAS, Clerk. By C. F. LEONARD. Deputy Clerk. o IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA. In the Matter of the Estate of Rosarla Leon Martinez, deceased. Notice of Hearing Petition for Letters of Ad ministration. Notice is hereby gi'en 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 Dated at Phoenix, this 12th day of July, 1913. NED CREIGHTON, Receiver. Armstrong & Lewis Attorneys for Receiver. o GOLF CHAMPION DEFEATED associated press dispatch 1 CHICAGO, July 25. Charles Evans, Jr., the present western champion, was defeated in the third round of the Western Gold association champion ship tournament yesterday by E. P. Allisof Milwaukee. The elimination of Evans was the feature of the day's play in the third round at the Home wood club. The champion who was runner up and medallist in the na tional championship last year, was defeated chiefly on account of con sistent putting by Allis, who is a comparatively new man in tournament play. o BROTHER BUILT BONFIRE. associated press dispatch GREENHURG. Pa., July 25. Mabel the four-months-old child of Charles J. Powers, was burned to death when her brother built a bonfire under her baby carriage. o CLOSING DAYS (Continued from Page One) leaves here about noon Sunday. This afternoon was made more ficers could be directed to the main conspirator. Richey continued de sperately trying to keep the postal and police officers on Collins' trail, wiring full details of the probable visits of the plotter each day ahead of his letters to "Oury." By thus juggling his letters to Collins and his wires to the officers, he finally managed to work the two into close proximity one day, and the capture resulted. In order to keep up the game, Richey wrote Collins asking for more commission than was agreed upon in the original negotiations. In his eagerness to get the plot executed, Collins wrote the Valley , bank in structing it to pay this commission, and signed the name, Oury. His de posits in the Securities Bank and Trust company were to have covered his draft. But on Richey's direction, i the Valley bank refused to treat with "Oury," saying the draft and the in structions must come through the Securities company in order that there could be no doubt as to the identity of the sender and that of the signer of the deed. Here is where Collins' foxiness re ceived its final test and broke. He signed a check to the credit of one Scott, using the name "Oury." He then went to the bank in Oakland and presented the check, asking that the money be sent to Jacobs in Phoe nix to be his commission for a "cer tain real estate transaction." This satisfied the bank authorities of the identity of "Scott," and they had him taken by the officers, lying in wait on Richey's instruction. This arrest occurred day before yesterday. 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 sahl Executor at tho 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 this 25th day of June 1913. o NOTICE TO CREDITORS nlnant i,v rfir.n rf ih nf The man, Crosso, confessed his part the ladies 'of the regiment in attend- I in the deal, and was found to be a anco at parade, guard mount and paroled forgery prisoner from the state later at the officers' mess. Estate of Elizabeth Jane Rees, de ceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Administrator of the Estate of Elizabeth Jane Rees 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 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 Rees, deceased. Dated this 27th day of June A. D. 1913. o NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Under and by virtue of the 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 BANANA PLANTATION COMPANY, a corporation, I, Ned 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 fund 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 Today Colonel Tuthill replied to the letter received a day or two ago from Governor Hunt, appreciative of his visit to the encampment earlier in the week. Tuthill's letter follows: CAMP HUNT, July 25. From Commanding Officer, First In fantry, X. G. Arizona. To Governor George W. P. Hunt, Commander-in-Chief, N. G. Arizona. It is with the greatest pleasure that I acknowledge the receipt of your letter with its warm words of com mendation for the regiment and the S. I. S. band. The suggestion of yourself that the State Industrial School band camp with us has proved a most happy one. Their music is excellent and their conduct above reproach. Under the leadership of their efficient band master, Mr. Carl Gung'l, their ser vices have been very satisfactory. Never have I seen more well behav ed, courteous, little gentlemen, than thnn those composing the Arizona State Industrial School band. It is a great satisfaction to the of ficers and men of the First regiment infantry, N. G. Arizona, to feel that while our citizens in general are slow ly awakeneing to the need of a train ed force of state troops, that may in time of national danger be merged with the regular army to form a homegenious body of offense and de fense, our chief executive is keenly aware of this need and is ready and willing to do all in his power to help this preparation to the end that when this time comes the First Arizona in fantry will be so. trained that it will be able to acquit itself so honorably that additional luster will be brought to the forty-eighth star. A. M. TUTHILL, Colonel, First Regiment, National Guard of Arizona. The boys of the various companies are looking forward to one event of tomorrow that is of more than pass ing interest. A competitive drill is to be held between the various compa nies of the regiment, with a hand some flag, designed and made by Mrs. LaGarde; wife of First Lieuten ant R. D. LaGarde, U. S. A., detail ed tp Arizona as inspector-instructor of the troops. It is a handsome silk banner, with gold fringe and gold letters, bearing the words, "First Infantry, Arizona National Guard." It will be placed in the hands of the company making the best show ing at the drill. It will be held by the winning company and will pass on to another company next year, unless the holding company retains it through meritorious work next year. Because of this little recognition at the hands of Mrs. LaGarde, she has been styled the "Betsy Ross of the Arizona National Guard." The boys of the band appeared this afternoon in their pretty white uni forms and presented a handsome apT pearance. That they were proud goes without saying. o PHOENIX MEN (Continued from Page One) penitentiary,' a man over whom a five year sentence is now hanging. tie also gave up the names of his accom plices, Maria Bressa, the leader and brains of the gang, and Louis Schia ftino and Louis Savio. The latter three are, at last word from San Francisco being sought by the police, with good chances they will be taken soon. Walter Bennett, when interviewed last night was utterly astonished at the news. He said ho was owner of the quarter block on the northwest corner of Fourth and Adams streets, a block west of the board of trade, the quarter block adjoining on the west being the property of Mrs. Jack son, held in administration for her by Judge Kibbey, acting for the Oury estate. "That land is worth between forty and fifty thousand dollars, and if I had heard it offered for ten or eleven thousand, I would have known instantly there was something wrong. I am "mighty glad the swindle has been exposed, and I will be exceed ingly interested in reading your ac count in The Republican tomorrow morning." Richey, Lewis and Jacobs, of all the multitude of real estate men and at torneys in the west, approached with the shady deals of "Collins" entered the game with serious intention of uncovering the fraud. Phoenix was the only town that responded one way or another to the letters sent out by the sharpers. And as a result the cleverest of plots and the smoothest of crooks are now known to the San Francisco officers. Going East? Then Insist On Having our Ticket Routed Via VI 1 r . ifa . . 1 fci'gf4g-tB: jiW JM the track of the smooth criminal. So it took another ingenious subterfuge to prolong the plot until the law of- And Your Berth Reserved on the GOLDEN STATE LIMITED No Changes of Cars to KANSAS CITY ST. LOUIS CHICAGO The Best of Everything, and Remem ber This NO EXCESS FARE Julv 24th, 30th and 31st round, trip summer tour ist tickets will be on sale to all of the principal eastern summer resorts and to numerous business centers. These round trip tickets provide liberal stopovers, and in many cases diverse routes. The final return limits vary from three months from date of sale to October 31, 1913. Full information, etc. etc., ! Fill out the above blank and mail to EUGENE FOX, G. P. A., El Paso, Texas. WILLIAM H. CARLSON The Founder of "Loma Del Venice" (City Trustee in 1886, and Mayor of the City of San Diego for Four Years to May 1, 1897.) A Town Lot and Independence near the - Seashore With its Cool Breezes OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME Large lots, 40x100 feet; all lots are one size and one price. Only $215 per lot, $20 down and $3 ter month; no interest, no taxes. Price will soon be raised. "Loma Del Venice," the coming beautiful Venetian suburb of San Diego City, only 15 minutes' ride from Courthouse and less than one mile from Old Town Plaza. Lev el ground with grand view. Xear the azure waters of beautiful Mission Bay. Written guarantee of 25 per cent increase in one year or money back plus 6 per cent. Nearly all great fortunes are founded upon real estate investments. Don't delay. Write at once for illustrated pros pectus, map and full information, which will be furnshed absolutely free upon application. I recommend this investment. No trouble to ans wer questions. WILLIAM H. CARLSON, Spreckels Bldg., San Diego, Cal. (City Trustee in 1886 and Mayor of the City of San Diego for four years to May 1st, 1897.) FILL THIS OUT AND MAIL WILLIAM H. CARLSON, Spreckels Building, San Diego, California Please mail me illustrated pros pectus and full particulars regard ing "LOMA DEL VENICE," with out any expense to me. I think I will want reservation made for lots at $215 per lot NAME STREET CITY P.R.-5-8 I expect to leave Phoenix about for garding the cost of ticket, Pull man berth, route, etc. WANTED Good second hand grain sacks. Pho6nix Wood & Coal Co. The only Market In Phoenix re ceiving fish fresh daily. California Fish and Oyster Market 119 N. First Ave. Overland 1109.