THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1914
EARLE WANTS TO
. MARRY HER SOON
RAT CATCHERS ARE BUSY
MEN IN NEW ORLEANS
MEAT OUGHT NOT TO GO
HIGHER SAYS BRADNER
Following Death of Leon De Jean New
Focus of Infection Exists
Australian Meat Brings More Hera
Now Than at Home
Miss Chertatte Herman.
TRUST BILLS MT BE
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vor to complete its amendments to
the bill by tomorrow night. Some
numbers of the committee want the
house bill strengthened to give the
commission sole control over the is-
suance of railroad securities at all ,
times. , ;
The Clayton hill as it'' passed the
house was considered all day by the '
Judiciary committee, most of the dis- j
ctission hearing on the sections relat- !
ing to interlocking- directorates and ;
holding companies. The committee j
n!so hopes to have its report on this
bill ready by Monday. J
l onsiderable sentiment in favor of
i i-im.iLMiuy uon xoi uie inree ann-
'fliittt ilto its- !.,.
ate and ' some of the senators said
today that this might be done when
the measure reached the senate floor
;. next week. The main DurDose of
p'ioi tioiim voum oe to expeuiie tne
completion of the trust legislative
WEATHER NOT FAVORABLE
; ST. LOUIS, July 10. The pilots
'who start in the balloon race tomor
row to select American entrants for
the James (iortlon Bennett cup were
dubious tonight as to their chances
for making record flights, as weather
reports indicated that a slow wind
will prevail when the race starts.
Interior Department Re
ports That Field Work on
Land to Be Selected by
State Land Commission is
Word was received yesterday by
the state land commission that ap
proximately 1,000,000 acres of the
land for the survey of which the
commission .requested the interior de
partment some time ago have been
surveyed in the field, and as soon as
the surveys shall have been officially
approved it will be possible for the
commission to formally select such
land as is desired for the state, .and
to hand their selections to the regis
ter and receiver of the local land of
fice. In all the commission made
request that 3,000,000 acres be sur
veyed. Under the law the state has ninety
days following the official filing of
plats of survey in the local land of
fice in which to make selections, but
according to Chairman Mulford Win
sor the commission will not require
so much time, nor in fact any time,
for the land will have been care
fully examined and selection lists
prepared for filing immediately upon
the official filing of the plats of sur
vey. Thereafter such of the newly
surveyed land as is not taken by the
state may be restored to entry, and
be available for prospective home
steaders and desert entrymen.
The land surveyed is about equally
divided between Maricopa and Yumo
counties, with a smaller amount in
Cochise and Pinal counties, and is
said to include some of the choicest
and most promising unappropriated
areas in Arizona. It includes a num
ber of feasible reclamation opportuni
ties, both by means of storage and
pumping from wells, which the com
mission believes can be made of
great benefit to the state, not only in
the matter of direct returns for the
land hut also in the development of
Surveyor General Ingalls has five
parties at work on surveys for the
state, and is earnestly co-operating
with the commission is an effort to
get the state's selections disposed of
at the earliest possible date.
ASSOCIATED PRKSS DISPAtCH
NEW ORLEANS, July 10 Follow
ing the death today of Leon De Jean,
aged 28, a negro, from bubonic plague,
the health authorities started an in
vestigation to ascertain if a new focus
of infection exists. A force of imported
rat catchers is tutoring the recruits
enlisted in the rat extermination fight.
A catch of 166 rats was reported today.
Although Jean lived three miles from
the Industrial Home for Volunteers of
America where two cases of the plague
were discovered, he was employed at a
produce house well within the zone
first placed under strict quarantine
regulations. Dr. William C. Rucker,
assistant surgeon general of the public
health service, in charge of the
plague eradication work here, tonight
said he could not determine the exist
ence of a new focus of infection until
epidemicological studies had been
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power namely the government itself,
as directed by its politicians. Neither
did Moheno have any hope, except
of the slightest nature that the over
throw of Huerta by the constitution
alists would be followed by peace.
Since he left the Mexican capital
Moheno appears to have become
frank in his admiration of Zapata, the
southern revolutionary leader. He
told the newspaper correspondents
that Zapata is a much misunderstood
jnan. He declared Zapata to be a
simple Indian of high ideals and pa
triotic impulses, although his meth
'ods are somewhat barbarous.
Birds That Fight Eagles.
In Foula, one of the Shetland Is
lands, the natives make a business of
reasing skau gulls in order to rid th
islands of . eagles that congregate
there and commit many depredations.
The magnificent red sandstone cliffs
that skirt the northwestern coast be
came a favorite haunt of the eagles,
and in this inaccessible spot they
increased so rapidly that they , be
came a terror to the farmers and
fishermen who dwell on this isolated
spot. The skau gulls are also strong
and fierce and the inveterate foes of
the eagle. In battle the gulls are
nearly always victorious, and so the
inhabitants of Foula hit upon the
novel plan of feeding and caring for
the skau gulls, which though for
midable to their feathered enemies
are docile when brought in contact
with man. Dallas News.
Father I like to meet young men
who do things.
Daughter Then I know you'll like
Freddy, papa. He makes the most
wonderful salad dressing you ever
FAT and DRINK
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"reducers" reduce. Drive it out of
your system. Take a Neal Treatment
for the Liquor Habit and in a few
days, pleasantly spent; get rid of the
craving that causes the drinking that
makes fat that . turns glorious sum
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for you. Write, call or phone 1733,
The Neal Institute, llt'h street and
Culver, Phoenix, Ariz. ,
Neal Institutes in 60 Principal Cities.
To Evacuate Guaymas
-WASHINGTON, July 10. Dis
patches to the navy department to
night from Admiral Howard told of
an agreement for the federal evacu
ation of Guaymas, the execution of
which had not gone into effect late
Howard also advised he had re
ceived reports of the evacuation of
Acapulco, a port of the southern part
.of the state of Guerrero, the ter
minal of the National Railway of
Mexico line from Mexico City, and
that the Japanese cruiser Wzuma
had left Mazatlan for Acapulco.
Ministers Naon and Suarez return
ed tonight from New York, where
they talked with the Huerta dele
gates. As Carranza had not sent a
final reply to the mediators' propos
al for a joint conference to discuss
the plans of a provisional govern
ment, neither of the mediators would
comment on the situation.
A LOT FOR THE MONEY
"Yes, my dear madam," says the
slick mining stock salesman, "If you
buy that railroad stock you will only
get 10 shares for your $1,000. I will
sell you 1,000 shares of this Never Salt
Mine for $1,000. . 4 4 yjj
The inexperienced woman, seeing on
the one side a puny 10 shares and on
the other a robust 1,000 shares, bought
the latter. A share was a share with
her and so with many another Investor.
There is no doubt of it. One of the
real secrets In selling mining stocks
has been that you could buy so many
shares for a little money.
Dealers in high-grade securities are
now awake to the knowledge that baby
bonds are a good thing. They make it
easy for a man or woman with $100 to
buy a piece of property.
An Englishman can purchase a dol
lar's worth of his national security.
That's why the rise and fall of British
consols are such a true barometer of
British sentiment. Their price tells
what the mass of people are thinking.
Philadelphia Public Ledger.
OBSERVING THE RULE
"Bobbie, why did you take your
little sister's candy and eat it? Why
didn't you ask her if you could have
""Why. I did, mamma, and she said
I couldn't." Boston Transcript.
on al low- cuts
Regular' $3.50 and $4.50 values. There is still a good
assortment in both sizes and styles.
For ladies . and children also a line of Scuffers
and Canvas Oxfords for children. These run mostly
in small sizes.
MEN'S OXFORDS $2.95
Regular $4.00 and $4.50 Tan Button and Lace Oxfords also White Button and Lace Oxfords.
OUR SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE is proving a great success. We are offering good, clean mer
chandise at greatly reduced prices. , It's up to you to take advantage of this opportunity.
The Harry A. Drachm Shoe Co.
SHOES AND HOSIERY THAT'S ALL
29 WEST ADAMS STREET
"There is no reason why meat prices
should go any higher than they are at
present," said Secretary Sam Bradner,
of the Live Stock Sanitary board yes
terday, referring to the recent state
ment by representatives of Chicago
packers that the price of steak is to
soar to a still greater altitude.
"In addition to the supply of cattle
on the ranges", continued Mr. Bradner,
"large shipments of dressed beef are
being imported from Australia. Pack
ers there are shipping their products
to this country because. they can obtain
about fifteen per cent more for them
here than in any other foreign country.
As long as the present prices continue,
they will continue to send a large part
of their production to the United States
with the result that the American mar
ket will be well supplied."
BY THE SOUTH CAROLINA
National Steamer Viking Reports
Trouble at Bordas Camp,
ASSOCIATED PRKSS DISPATCH
SANTO DOMINGO, July 10. The
national steamer Viking, which ar
rived from Puerto Plata, reports that
the United States battleship South
Carolina and the gunboat Machiat
recently bombarded the Bordas camp
at San Marcos. President Bordas has
been attempting to drive the revolu
tionists out of Puerto Plata. The
Dominican government, it is under
stood, has entered a protest against
the action of the United States war
ships. Revolutionists who invaded the
Santo Domingo diwtrict have been
routed, and are being pursued by
government troops. Reports from
the north say conditions are quiet
and that the rebels at Lavega and
Santiago de los Caballeros have dis
THE SUMMER WIDOWER
a fair and blissful country
the fur nnd minnv uroet
Lies a city, bathed In slumber,
iothed in silent summers rest.
Where the home life once was
Where the children danced and
Where the lives of those within It
Were happy and undismayed,
Where, after close of evenlne-
And the end of day's hard toil,
A place of restful blessing.
With loved ones to enfoil;
With a sweet, dear wife to meet vou
At the door with smile and kiss,
And a dear sweet child to greet you,
Is a Home yes, Heaven and Bliss.
Where fondest love and fancies.
Where d.-cams at last come true.
Is the Home of Heaven's mating
And the Love of God and you.
But hark! my love, and listen
The days grow long and still.
The Sun shines down with redness
And our hearts with wonder fill.
The Wife begins complaining.
The Child takes up the strain.
And tho Old Man turns in anrrnir
At the thoughts of this refrain.
The days grow long and weary,
The Old Man begins to roast,
But all the rest the family
Have departed for the coast.
When his daily toil is ended
And he's looking for a rest.
He goes to some Chink restaurant
To try and fill his vest.
Then he wanders home, disgusted.
Lonesome and ill at ease.
Eut finds no one to meet him;
No one to suit or please.
The walls resound his footsteps.
The floor resounds with moan
As' he fumbles around the building
That was once his happy home.
Cheer up, Old Man, cheer up, I say,
There is some place to go:
Throw off this loathful spirit.
And go to the picture show.
Perhaps some pleasing actress
Upon the picture screen
Will recall the home last winter
When all was as a dream.
Be careful, Man, awaken
You're sitting by the side
Of some fair dame, a stranger,
Be she single or a bride.
not low prices
THE first thing to consider in a sale is
the kind of values not low prices; the
service and economy you will receive
-not how little you will have to spend.
There is no getting away from the
Benjamin-Washington values; if you've
worn the clothes you know; if you haven't
this is a good time to find out the highest
standard of clothes service and economy in
the "ready-to-wear" clothing world.
here are the values in this sale
$15.00 Benjamin-Washington Clothes $11.25
$18.00 Benjamin-Washington Clothes 13.50
$20.00 Benjamin-Washington Clothes 15.00
$25.00 Benjamin-Washington Clothes 18.75
$30.00 Benjamin-Washington Clothes 22.50
$35.00 Benjamin-Washington Clothes 26.25
Extra special, 100 suits
plain grays, Shepherd
plaids, all light colors
33 1-3 discount. See
Speak not, my friend, nor listen.
Be silent as you can.
I have no world of fancy
For I am a "married man."
Some hungry looking scandal Hen
Whose brood has gone adrift
Is looking for this very chance
To give her tongue a lift.
She sees you seated with a dame
The rest, my friends, is said.
She runs to tell her neighbors now
Of how these TWO are BAD.
The next you know, a letter comes
And you don't know how it hurts
When your angry wife accuses you
Of chasing after skirts.
PHOENIX SUMMER WIDOWER.
The girl of whom we are about to
speak was engaged to marry a young
man who for many years had been
busy earning a reputation as what is
variously described as a "rounder," a
"man about town" and a prominent
clubmari." That is to say, this lady
was going to take a chance on a
very sporty bachelor for better and
"Dear," she said to him chummily,
"I know you like your nights out I
know you drink a little you must
teach me to mix cocktails. I know
you smoke I can learn to roll cigar
ettes. And I know you play cards a
lot but you can teach me to play
"What a darling you are!" exclaim
ed the man. "I will teach you a game
of cards now, and then you'll know
all about it after we are married."
"Fine. What game are you going
to teach me?"
"Solitaire." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
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