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TJJi: AK1Z0NA UEPUBLICAN, SUNDAY M01LL(J, MAY 3, 1914 Business Chances FIRST-CLASS first mortgage, bear ing 8 per cent interest, payable semi annually, $30,000.00 spot cash, bank references, do not answer unless you hare the cash. C. W. McKee, Phoenix. Ariz. tf FOR SALE To close an estate, store, lodging house and saloon, post office, on one of mnin thoroughfares Tavapai county; doing good business all lines; fine location for man and wife. For particulars address P. O. Box 653, Prescott. Arizona, tf ESTABLISHED BUSINESS, paying $2,000 yearly. Stock, fixtures and long lease, $2000 will buy this place. This is a good buy for anyone for there Is no chance of failure. I must sell on ac count of ill health. Box 1732 Republi can, tf WANTED IDEAS Write for list cf inventions wanted by manufac turers and prizes offered for inven tions. Our four books sent free. Pat ent secured or fee returned. Victor J Evans & Co.. Washington. P. C. 1 1 WANTED Partner with 5"0 No. 1 proposition. Send phone No. Address Box lVi'J, Republican. k Professional and Business Cards Edna M. Wilson General Stenographic Work 14 West Adams Street, 'phone II 84 tf DR. W. S. LOWE, veterinarian, 10 N. 2 Avenue, residence 1019 Grand Avenue. Phone 1506. tf CHIROPODIST, corns removed, 50 cents each; bunions, moles, warts, etc., removed by electricity. 39 East Adams, Frank Shirley. Phone 1704. tf Announcements HOTEL ALTURAS, 233 E. Washing ton street is now under the manage ment of L. S. Mallory-Lesee. A con tinuance of the patronage of our friends is solicited. Mrs. L. R. Geage. n THE PHOENIX SHOE HOSPITAL is now located in basement of Gass Bros. Chop House. A cool, pleasant room with comfortable seats for pat rons. E. Johnson, proprietor. 5-db FIRE'S AUTO STAGE LINE Fhocnix-Tempp-Mesa -Chandler Leave Phoenix Leave Mesa 7.00 a. m. 7.00 a. m. S.00 " S.00 " 9.00 " 9.0" - 10.00 " 10.00 " n.oo ii.no 12.00 " l'.OO " 1.00 p.m. 1.00 p.m. 2.00 " I'.OO " 3. 00 ' 3.00 " 4.00 " 4.00 " 5.00 " 5.00 " 0.00 " G.OO " 7.00 ' 7.00 " 9.00 " 8.00 " 10.30 " 9.00 " Mesa-Chandler Division Leave Mesa Leave Chandler S.00 a. m. 7.30 a. m. 10.00 " 9.30 " 12.00 " 11.30 " 2.00 p. m. 1.30 p. m. 4.00 3.30 " 6.00 " 5.30 Fike's Auto Livery Phone 414 Typewriters REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. 35 East Adams: Overland 70. tf VETERINARY SURGEON DR. J. A. AMBROSY. graduate from the German army and U. S. Veterinary College. Calls attended day and night. Phone 1092. 719 Grand Ave. tf ATTORNEYS. WALTER BURCH. Attorney at Law 40S Fleming BIk. Phone tit. AUTOS TO HIRE THE BEST Auto service at your command. Meet all trains. Parties to all points of interest. Lowest pos sible rates. Phone 1288. Baum's Billiard Parlors. 5-bb CARPET CLEANERS CARPETS CLEANED Telephone 733, Electric Carpet Cleaners. tf CORSETIER NU BONE CORSET Designed and fitted according to the individual needs of the figure. Comfortable, hy gienic and stylish. Helen Jennings, 715 West Washington; phone 8689. tf CLEANING AND PRESSING LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S' gar ments of every character and descrip tion perfectly renovated at Service Cleaning Works. We guarantee our work, we guarantee the price. Service Cleaning Works, 225 West Adams St., Phone 176S. d MEN'S SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED. $1.00; PANTS CLEANED AND PRESSED, 50c: WORK GUAR ANTEED. WE CALL FOR AND DE LIVER. PHONE 1194. GREAT WESTERN TAILORING CO. 337 E. WASHINGTON ST. tf ONE DOLLAR TO CLEAN and press gents' clothes by practical all round tailor. 116 N. Center St tf RING 414 for reliable messenger service, H FIRE EXTINGUISHER tn.onnnnr.-mri- --i-i-i-i- - - -i- -i- - - - - BEST MADE fire extinguishers, odorless, airtight, 5 years guarantee. Western Chemical Fire Pail Co, Ird Ave and Jackson. Phone 133L tf HAND LAUNDRY SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY, rough dry, 35c: each bundle washed separately. 706 N. 1st St. Phone 2876. tf PAINTERS AND DECORATORS GET OUR PRICES ON 14x20 OVAL FRAMES with con vex glass. Real attractive. Phone LONG'S PAINT HOUSE 37 N. 1st AVE. PHONE 1550. tf Special Notices STOCKHOLDERS MEETING The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Carney Mining company will be held at Mesa, Ariz., Tuesday May 5th, 1914. For the purpose of electing a new board of directors and the transac tion of such business as will come be fore the meeting. Meeting to be called at noon on that date. By F. M. Ward, Secretary. C. 5-1 $10 REWARD for the arrest and conviction of anyone stealing the Ari zona Republican from the front yards of any of our subscribers. THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC? AN. $1.25 PER WORD inserts classi fied Ads in thirty-six leading papers tn United States; send for list The Dike Advertising Agency, 427 South Main St., Los Angeles, or 12 Geary St.. San Francisco, Cai. tf Stables and Corrals NICE RIGS AND HORSES for rent Commercial Corral. Delivered to all parts of the city from 8th Ave. and Van Buren. Phone 1708. tf FOR THE BEST IN LIVERY AND boarding. Phone 1136. THE WALKER STABLES COR CENTER AND VAN BUREN tf Tilu HIGLEY Horse & Mule Co.. has removed to 220 N. 7th Ave. We buy and sell horses and mules. Phone 536. J. R. Lambert, Prop. 4-r PUMPING PLANTS ELECTRIC MOTORS for sale. Elec tric motor installations and repair work; gasoline engines and pumping plants. Electrical Engineering & Con struction Co., Power Specialists. Phone 478. 314 W. Washington St. tf RING 414 for reliable messenger service. tf Transfer and Storage Let Your Move Be Our More Cham bers Transfer Co. 5 team wagons, 2 auto trucks. 37 S. Center. Phone 1228. D. D. HORNING Tor sale Lands in small or large acreage: also city proDerty. INSURANCE AND LOANS RENTALS. COLLECTIONS Office 411 West Monroe St. Cor. 4th Ave. Phoenix. Undertaking and Embalming E A STERLING & WHITNEY Un dertakers and Embalmers. 213 West Washington St . Phoenix, Arizona, tf MOHN, DRISCOLL & MACS Un dertakers, Embalmera and Funeral Di rectors, 311 N. 1st Ave. tf UNDERTAKERS Moore & McClel lan; lady assistant, auto hearse. 129 West Adams St.. Phone 01. tf SURGICAL OPERATIONS uirin.ri iirij-iririrn-n-, - DOCTRESS ROSA GOODRICH BOIDO Physician and Surgeon Specialist in diseases of women, chil dren, and obstetrics. Office Hours: 10 to 12: 2 to 4 Stop paying big prices for Surgical operations. LOOK AT THIS FEE LIST: Appendicitis, Gall-stones, Pyosalpinx Intestinal Anastomosis and any other operation where the belly has to be opened $50.00 Amputation of the thigh 50.00 Amputation of the arm 40.00 Amputation of Leg or Forearm.. 30.00 Trephining of Skull 50.00 Operation for raxlical cure of Hernia 30.00 Chloroform or ether 5.00 Spinal Puncture for Meningitis.. 5.00 Salvarsan or 616 intravenous In jection 10.00 Operation for Cancer of the Breast 50.00 Operation for Stricture 25.00 Operation for carbuncle 5.00 Dislocations from $5.00 to 20.00 Fractures from $5.00 to 50.00 Circumcision 10.00 Normal Confinement 15.00 Instrumental Delivery 25.00 Retained Placenta 10.00 Simple Curettment 10.00 Curettment, repair or Cervix and Perineum, "doing three opera tions in one 25.00 Taking out diseased eye bail and placing glass eye 25.00 Operation for Cataract 50.00 Removal of cinder from eye .... 2.00 Removing Adenoids 10.00 Removing Tonsils 10.00 Operation for Radical Mastoid (ear) 40.00 Redical Cure of Hydrocele 20.00 Ingrowing Toe Nail 5.00 Operation for Stone in the Blad der 40 00 Office Consultation 1.00 Visit to the House 2.00 Night Visit 3.00 Visits outside the city limits at the rate of 5flc per mile. Note Maternty Cass will be taken at $12.00 per week, including Nursing, Board and Lodging. DOCTOR LORENZO BOIDO Surgeon With a Conscience PHONE 4S7 Office and Residence 309 N. FIRST ST., PHOENIX. ARIZ. It IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CO CHISE COUNTY. STATE OF ARI ZONA. In the m.-rtter of the estate of John V. VICKERS, Deceased. NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE. Under authority of an order granted by the Superior Court of Cochise Coun- ty, State of Arizona, dated April 25. 1914, I, the undersigned executrix, will sell at private sale the following de scribed property belonging to said es tate, and situated in the County ol Maricopa, Staff of Arizona, to-wit: Lots numbered one, two, three, four, five and six in Block numbered nine, and Lot numbered twelve in Block numbered four, all in the Linville Addi tion to the City of Phoenix. The sale will be made on or after May 20, 1914, and bids will be received by the undersigned at 1001 Story Build ing. Los Angeles, California, or at the law offices of Lee O. Woolery, at Tombstone, Arizona. Terms of sale: Cash upon confirma tion by the court. Dated April 25, 1914. ANNA C. VICKERS. Executrix of the last wll of John V. Viekcrs, deceased. NOTICE TO BOND BUYERS SALE OF DISTRICT NUMBER FIFTY -SEVEN SCHOOL BONDS Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the office of the Board of Supervisors of Maricopa County, in the city of Phoenix, Ari zona, until ten o'clock A. M. MONDAY MAY 11th. 1914. for the purchase of twenty-four (24) District Number Fifty-Seven School Bonds, with 'accrued interest. Said Bonds being in denomination of Five Hundred Dollars each, amounting in the aggregate to the sum of Twelve Thousand Dollars ($12,000.00), and bearing interest at not exceeding six per cent per annum, payable semi annually. Said Bonds to be dated June first, 1914, and payable twenty years from the date thereof. Both i nm iiai anu interest payable in Gold Coin, Lawful Money of the United States at the office of the Treasurer of .Maricopa County. Bonds to be delivered to the purchaser thereof in the city of Phoenix, Ari zona, at the office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of said Maricopa County. xmwb are issued under the auuiority ot Title ai. Revised Stat utes of Arizona, 1913. All bids must be accompanied by a certified check upon a National rank or upon a bank in Arizona, for One Thousand Dollars payable to the Treasurer of Maricopa County. Nc bid for less than par value and accrued interest to date of delivery will be received. The checks of un successful bidders will be returned upon rejection of each bid. Bids at a rate of interest less than six (6) per cent will be considered. The Board expressly reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to waive any informality in any bid. Bids will be opened by said Bonrf on Monday, Mav nth. 1914 nt Ten o'clock A. M. and thereafter consid ered. Bid must be sealed and addressed: James Miller. Jr.. Clerk Board of Supervisors, Poenix, Arizona, and marked on outside of envelope: "Dis trict Number Filly-Seven Bond Pro posal." By order of Board jC Supervisors. Maricopa Cmiti'. JAMES MILLER, JR. Clerk. o NOTICE TO BOND BUYERS SALE OF DISTRICT NUMBER SEVENTEEN SCHOOL BONDS Notice is hereby gtven that sealed bids will be received at the office of the Board of Supervisors of Mari copa County, in the city of Phoenix, Arizona, until ten o'clock A M. MONDAY MAY 11th. 1914. for the purchase of thirty (SO) Dis trict Number Seventeen School Bonds, with accrued interest. Said Binds being in denomination of Five Hun dred Dollars each, amounting in the aggregate to the sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000.00), and bearing interest at not exceeding six per cent per annum, payable semi annually. Salds Bonds to be dated May first, 1914, and payable twenty years from the date thereof. Both principal and interest payable in Gold Coin, Lawful Money of the United States at the office of the Treasurer of Maricopa County. Bonds to be delivered to the purchaser thereof In the city of Phoenix, Arizona, at the office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of said Maricopa County. These Bonds are issued under the authority of Title XI, Revised Sta tutes of Arizona, 1913. All ' bids muBt be accompanied by a certified check upon a National Bank or upon a bank in Arizona, for One Thousand Dollars payable to the Treasurer of Maricopa county. ro bid for less than par value and ac crued interest to date of delivery win be received. The checks of unsuc cessful bidders will be returned upon rejection of each bid. Bids at a rate of interest less than six (c) Pr cent will be considered. The Board expressly reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to bid for les sthan par value and ac- liids will lie opened by said Board on Monday, May 11th, 1914, at ten o'clock A. M. and thereafter con sidered. Bids must be sealed and addressed: James Miller, Jr., Clerk Board of Supervisors, Phoenix, Arizona, and marked on outside of envelope: "Dis trict ' Number Seventeen Bond Pro posal." e By order of Board of Supervisors, Maricopa County. JAMES MILLER, Jr., . Clerk. THE PLACE "What did the detectives do with you?" "They acted like a hospitable club friend." "How was that?" "They took me to the grillroom." Baltimore American. WELFARE WORK "Muriel says the poor are hard to help." "How, now." "She has been tramping around all day trying to give away two tickets to a cantata." Louisville Courier-Journal. GIL HITS HIGH SPOTS ' III PRACTICE TRIALS Stutz Driver Startles Mme. Tetrazinni By His Mad Dash About In dianapolis Speedway. The opening gun in the battle for su- premacy between Europe and America j celebrated the tenth anniversary of on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway the church. Plans are being dls was sounded last week when "Gil" An- j1 'ussed for the enlargement of the derson roared around the famous brick church.and during the coming year oval at the breathless speed of ninety- j th's mission expects to relinquish all miles an hour, according to unofficial . from the board of missions and "dockers" posted at vantage points aPPly to be received as a parish, along the course. Anderson was "tun- ! 1" addition to this work the rector ing" up one. of the trio of Stutz "ghosts" which will compete in the i ominK speed classic against the troupe of sensational foreign invaders. His remarkable time in the first tryout on '. the speedway is an indication that ! there, won't be a laggard carrying the ; name .stutz in the international speed i struggle .May 30. Anderson made Ijis flying start in the practice trials on the same day i that anoth.-r great artist, who touches ' the "high spots" on the musical scale, made her first formal inspection of the Indianapolis speed plant. While An derson was annihilating space at the rate of a mile and a half a minute in his Stutz races, Madame Tetrazzini, who has a higher range than any other soprano in the world, sat in a comfort able limousine at the edge of the track. She regarded the flying Stutz, looked askance at the banked turns, and, when nsked if she would like, to circle the course waved an emphatic "Nay! Nay!" in very eloquent and indignant Italian gesticulations. It became evident, however, that the madame's nerve was of a cooler sort than her distinguished consort, for the Matter nearly had heart-failure when their chauffeur allowed the speedome ter hand to indicate, more than twelve miles an hour while bowling over the smooth boulevards and park drives of which Indianapolis has a goodly num ber. "Temperament" w;is most evi dent on the male side of the Tetrazzini family, since Madame Tetrazzini, al though really frightened at the terrific speed attained by the Stutz racing car, was pleasantly entertained by her in spection of the Indianapolis speedway. Through Te.trazzini's American man ager it was learned that many wierd stories have been circulated through out Europe In regard to the speedway. It is popularly looked upon as a "place of death" where, human lives are off ered up as sacrifice to the god of speed by an over-civilized nalion of Yankees. It is actually true, he said, that the foreign race drivers Were fearful of trusting their lives to the Indianapolis promoters because (hey have heard the public was promised its money back if no one was killed in the annual 500 mile race. Sensational stories of blood shed and lawlessness attending big American speed events have been cir culated through Europe which accounts for the backwardness of the foreign drivers in competing against Americans in speed contests previous to the last 500-mile race. The entire party of musical stars was surprised to learn that the speed way is an important factor in the de velopment of the motor industry' in Indianapolis. The presence of several test cars of various Indianapolis makes on the track and the. relative speed of those as compared with Anderson's Stutz caused great amazement among them. Practice at the seepdway will be an every day incident from now until May 20. At the speedway office it is re ported that several other racing cars will join the Stutz before long to be gin their preparatory work. BISHOP ATWOOD REVIEWS (Continued from Page Three) the church and notably in the build ing of an enlarged choir room, while plans are being discussed for a new community house which will also serve as a parish house, and which S3. lis sully needed in this great mining, town and county seat. Nogales ! I The fund fur a new rectory has j been substantially increased and work ! will probably be begun upon it in a short time. In addition to work ' in the unorganized mission at Cala i toss and Elgin, the rector hopes to I establish services in Patagonia. j Douglas J St. Stephen's church has had a i prosperous year and in February hHl1 charge of Bisbee during the long j vacancy there, and he is also to hold monthly services at Fort Huachuca, a new unorganized mission where ,u're a many communicants of the church among the officers and their families. The most inspiring service was nem mere on a recent visu ny the bishop. Bisbee After a long interregnum, the Rev, Harold B. Brewster, has taken charge of St. John's church. The population has greatly increased. It is the larg est and most prosperous mining town in Arizona and growth ought to come and will come to the church. A rectory and a parish house are both needed here and could be built probably at a cost of $3,000 each. Tombstone and Tempe I reported last year that Tombstone and Tempe were the only unorganiz- ed missions which could not report progress owing to certain local con-; about the cily have made pilgrim ditions. I think now the outlook is ageS to the studio of Noble Heath, a little more hopeful for both inas- ; where he has on hand coats, collars, much as more of our church people, shirt fronts, fez, and in tact every -are to be found In the normal school j thing save the face ami the smile, at Tempe, which makes our mission i He will hold open house Sunday to important. Mr. Cocks, who is a canon j accommodate all who cannot get of Trinity Pro-Cathedral working ! away from business during the under the immediate direction of the week, bishop, hopes to hold more frequent services during the coming year. At I Prank Hilderbran says that since Tombstone there is some prospect of ! he was appointed to act as the snake working the mines once more, and If ; charmer ho is having a lot of trouble this is done, prosperity will come to the church as well as to the town. The rector of Douglas is in charge, and on a recent visit the bishop found a small but devoted little band attached to our services and to St. Paul's church, which, as you remem ber, is the oldest of our churches in Arizona. Occasionally services are held at the Grand Canyon, Castle Hot Springs and Iron Springs, where an opportunity is given to minister to some ol me many u-uns.s visit especially the two former places, and to give them information con cerning the work in Arizona. The next points to be attacked and where services are required are Clif ton and Morenci, which have been visited only once this year; Ca.sa Grande and Parker, centers of a country alout to be irrigated; Miami and probably Harden, important min ing camps. Institutions I suppose I ought to class the "Ari zona Record" as an institution rather than a mission, although it is an im- portant missionary agency. Again remind you that all church people :! u!d take a P'.in-i.'! chinch paper. the Spirit of Missions and our own diocesan paper. The Record is the,want at this moment is a laundry, organ of the bishop and the clergy j which would cost about $2,000 and and conveys information that our j would save us the heavy expense and ow n people should have. There should trouble of sending the clothes to be come reports from every clergyman of i laundered into Phoenix. The vacan what is going on in his own parish 1 cy caused by the retirement of Dr. or mission. The subscription list is i Watkins has been filled now by Dr. lamentably small. The obligation laid upon the clergy to see to it that ; cian. bringing to the work wide ex its circulation Is increased, either by ; perience in other tulK-rcuIosis sana putting it in the hands of some or- j toriums. ganization like the Women's Auxil-. iary or taking charge of the matter! personally and thus relieve the heavy j f inancal burden that rests upon the : hishon a burden that would be ab-! solutely unnecessary if others take a little thought and care. St. Luke's Home will Our tuberculosis hospital has had a good year with more patients than no longer compelled, as was nrten the statistics ot tne cnurcn in .nzona ever before and constantly obliged ; the case in the history of the hospital, ! for the past year are here summar to turn away those who seek admit-j to serve as housekeeper, cook and ' jZed, and to this address is annexed tance. We have been fortunate in , nurse at the same time. When we as required by canon the report in bavinir $1 500 added to our endow- j rememher that the Indians pay noth- j detail of all my official acts. tnent fund, which is still very inade- iiuate for the purpose, as it amounts now to onlv $17.50u Various neces- improvements and betterments "Whatever Goes Up Is Complete the picture by drawing a pencil line between Arizona Shrine News Bulletin Extraordinary For Shrine Sokum Sirkus Geo. A. Mauk Shirley Christy J. J. Sweeney Tom Taylor All information herein that fails to meet the approbation of the per son about whom It is written can settle with the slugfest committee. "KUM TO THE SIRKUS. Camel Tracks Noble George J. Stoneman will be the ringmaster of -the old time Sirkus and . is already getting up in the clown Jokes which will be staged as they were in the days when the first settler" was a boy. The ladies of the Shrine will be much in evidence when the Shrine Sirkus is held at the "Gardens," the final four days in May. Already several clever stunts are underway, which will be featured by the wear ers of the white fez. a If you haven't had your picture taken you will be conspicuous by vour absence in the souvenir pro- ' a-ra m which is to so to press the j fjrst of the week. More than a ! hundred shriners who live In and it home. When he received the not j ice he told his wife and the m-xt I day a kitten belonging to the house j brought a snake into the kitchen, i Mrs. If. says that the kitten must ; have thought Frank is going to be ; shy on material but that she objects i to the home being used for re ' hearsals. sUlmmP(, inlo tnp howcU of tnp , fw rofusing to transport a i .r:,v,.iitl!r .how. writes that he will be out in time to make rates for the 'Shrine Sirkus May 27 to 30. While he is doing time he will look over a correspondence school course on "first aid to being courteous." Charley Urban, who is going to impersonate the tattooed man, went up to the photograph gallery to have some pictures taken of himself. He, of course, has not been worked on as vet bv tne expert, who will decora e him with hieroglyphics, and he had , Heath paint him up i sion. Heath, who for the occa i not up on I , tattooing, used india ink for the pictures, anil now Urban is rompell- have been made. The most pressing is ; jarm,s who becomes resident physi The Hospital of the Good Shepherd our hospital for the Navajo In- dians has also had a good year. Im- provements and additions have been mudt in the buildings. The services of a much needed interpreter have been secured and also a housekeeper. With a good nurse on the ground, Miss Thackara the superintendent ' ing for their board and medical care, ! the sum of $6,000 or $7,000 expended for the maintenance oi me iiospn..ii , annually is an incredibly small sum, Sure To Come Down" the dots, starting at No. 1 and taking them numerically. Snake Editor 111. Pole Goat Editor Gila Monster YOU'LL GET YOURS." ed to employ a small man to rub him down with sandpaper in an ef fort to get the art work off. N. B. Urban may not have the pictures removed, as he can dance in front of a mirror when it gets warm and see the movies for nothing. a One of the big things to be shown in the parade of the Shrine Sokum Sirkus will be a float on which will be a reproduction of the magnificent temple and convention hall which Is the primary object of the circus. The. building of the temple will start, it Is hoped, in the month of July, and should be completed by the first of the year. 4 Noble Fred Kenyon, who M- J. B.'s them in Arizona, arrived in the city- today. Fred has been in California on a still hunt for wild animals for the Shrine Sirkus. He explored the Jungles and surf of the Golden State and says that he will have on hand on the opening day, two rare spec!" mens of the. seal family not made up in coats, together with a Rhlno fooldo; this almost extinct animal subsists only on candidates and lives in zem zem water. It will probably arrive in time to be of service at Bisbee, where the caravan is to jour ney on May 11. Kenyon says the Rhino is guaranteed hand-picked and thinks it will outshine anything to be imported for the Sirkus. LOST By George A. Mintz, n toothbrush; no charge will be made for the use of the same if it is returned to the Sokum Sirkus lot. a Shirley Christy wants the man who spit in his eye while he was standing under the awning of the Adams hotel to send in the name of the brand of tobacco. a W. E. Deity will render his latest song hit at the Sokum Sirkus. en titled, "Father Lett Home Because Mother Ate Crackers in Bed." Dr. Willard Smith received a tes timonial by mail the other day which has anything to date tied. It read: "Dear Doc: My wife was so sick she could not swallow. I gave her a dose of your medicine and now she swall ws anything I give her. J. J. Sweeney wants to engage n boy to dig a well on the Mexican ' plan starting at the bottom. Here also we need an endowment and we need the services of a deacon ness or trained worker who can assist the superintendent. I would take grateful recognition of the contributions that have come to both of these hospitals, so bene ficent in their administrations and - I so pathetic in the problems that they t.u-c, from friends living outside of Arizona and especially from our own Arizona friends who have given gen- j erously. Conclusion Now I bring to a close an address I already too long but made necessary by the fact of so many important matters to be brought before you ' and that this is the only occasion in ; which I can speak to you collectively is ; during the year. My official acts and Hire a little salesman nt The Re publican office. A Want Ad will 6ee more customers than you can. i , I'