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THE 'ARIZONA REPUBLICAN,
TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1914 PAGE SEVEN f ' nrnn-nrunArimuuxrijuuuuvxr, SOUTH SIDE NEWS - HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR, GENERAL 80UTH8IDE AGENT. ' v - - - . Refer to him 8ubacription Orders, 8topa, Change, at well ae all buainese regarding Advertising and Job Printing.- L TEMPE OFFICE MESA OFFICE With Butterbaugh & Carr, Phons 53. With Everybody's Drug Store, Phona Temp Correspondent, H. B. Griffon, Jr. Mesa Correspondent, J. R. Rountre - I TEMPE TEMPE MILITIA IN BEST SHAPE IN YEARS Fifty Men Will Be Ready to. Take Up the Tour of Camp Tomorrow Morning. Mth a good thorough drill last night and an even harder and longer on scheduled for tonight. Company C members of the National Guard of Arizona lare pretty well in shape for the annual tour of camp duty which Btarts tomorrow. Interest in the or ganization is running high, a greatly inci eased membership, the appoint ment ol new officers and non-commissioned officers and the receipt of quite a little' new equipment all tend ing to attract the attention of the young fellows as nothing ever be fore has. The armory is open day and night now with the preparations for en campment. Betwixt the enlistment of new men, fitting them with the re quired equipment, and getting them into shape for the drill, and prepar ing the great mass of camp equip ment, the yficers and non-coms of the company are kept on the go al most constantly. Drill with the near recruits 'has been going on nightly for the last ten days but added to the list last night was the entire company mem bership. Again tonight company as sembly will be sounded at 7:30 o'clock to complete final arrangements and hear the last words of the captain before the tour of camp duty is started.. Company C will board the special out of here tomorrow morning at 9:15 for the camping ground at Gar den Canyon near Fort Huaehuca. The Mesa and Florence companies will also join the northern Arizona and Phoenix militias here as the spe cial, passes through. LADIES' AID SESSION . The regular monthly business meet ing of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal church of Tempe, which was to have been held at the home of Mrs. Tang Nielsen tomorrow afteinoon will be held on the par sonage lawn instead. The hostess, Mrs. Nielsen, will be assisted in serv ing by Mrs. Alberta Jacobson, Mrs. Frank Saylor, and Mrs. J. B. Flumer felt. As business of importance is to come before the meeting a large attendance of friends and members is desired. jyear, is the closest second to this jTnark. The daily maximum and mln- imum records as taken at the labora tory for the week ending August 2nd were as follows: Temp. Max. Min. Date. July 27 July 28 July 29 TONIGHT'S DANCE Plans for tonight's dance to be given in the Cosmopolitan hall . are completed. Also they, are complete, for everything that might be done to assure a pleasant and enjoyable evening for the company has been properly-attended to. The orchestra, with a roll of five members in cludes these pieces: Piano, Mrs. Mag gie Cosner; cornet, Bert Finch; trap drums, George Perry; flute, Joe Cos ner; violin, Aldred Christensen. 105 . 74 105 74 ....108 ' 78 iJuly 30 106 75 i July 31 106 74 Aug. 1 114 77 Aug. 2 Ill 77 LET OFF EASY Charged with the theft of an auto mobile from J. C. Robbins, Dave Henderson and Conrad Brown, two local young men, were fined J5.00 each before Justice E. P. Carr yes terday morning. In one sense the disappearance of the machine might not have been regarded as a theft for the fellows took it only as friends with the intent of returning it after enjoying a short joy ride. Not long out on their ride, they ran out of gas: then started again, they were taken in tow by the local precinct constable. A second member of the constable's party took charge of the machine," started the engine, threw it Into gear, and ran into a ditch be fore he had even shifted speeds. The damage wrought, including a badly sprung front axle, will cost Brown and Henderson, even though they were not in charge of. the car, "be tween seventy-five and one hundred dollars. , HIS ANNUAL SOJOURN Kirk B. Meyers left last evening over the Santa Fe route for Long Beach where he will Join his mother to enjoy their annual summer vaca- tion, due to last this year until the j middle of September. Mrs. Meyers has been located on the coast since ,tbe early part of July. RETURNED FROM HAYDEN Irvin Seals returned Sunday eve ning from Havden, Arizona, where he has been employed for the past three weeks. TEMPERATURE RECORD By a margin of two degrees the highest maximum temperature record shown here in two years was taken last Saturday afternoon at the U. S: entomological laboratory when the mercury rose to 114 degrees. 112 de grees recorded on June 29th, this Doctor Speaks Out TO COFFEE DRINKERS The Boston Advertiser, of June 15, 1914, quotes Dr. D. H. Kress, of Chicago, in an address as saying that tea, coffee and cocoa cause more deaths than alcohol. "These table beverages are sapping the life of our nation. They are making us a race of weak-kidneyed, weak-livered beings, unable to reproduce ourselves. The kidneys and liver do not perform their proper functions, and the waste matter left in the system tende to bring on arteriosclerosis. "Statistics show conclusively that as the consump tion of coffee, tea and cocoa have increased, the number of nervous diseases and .insanity have increased pro portionately.' TIub strong statement from a medical authority, cannot be lightly disregarded. It is easy to prove in one's own ease whether coffee is the cause of frequent "spells" of nervous ness, indigestion, biliousness, liver complaint, head ache, heart disturbance and other ills. Quit coffee 10 days, and in its place use IPOSTUM then note the difference. Made from pure wheat and a bit of molasses, Postum is a pure food-drink, entirely free from the pernicious drugs in tea and coffee, or any other harmful substance. . In thousands of homes Postum supplies a table beverage, pleasant to the taste, and to be used freely as a rebuilder, where coffee and tea tear down Postum comes in two forms: Regular Postum, must be boiled, 15c and 25c pkgs. :- I- . Instant Postum, a soluble form, made in the cup instantly, 30c and 50c tins. Grocers everywhere sell both kinds and the cost per cup is about the same. "THERE'S A REASON" FOR POSTUM VISITOR FROM WICKENBURG Charles Curry, a leading merchant of Wickenburg town, paid a flying visit to his relatives in Tempe yes terday afternoon. Between stages was the extent of his time spent here. TRUCK TO HILLS W. L. Carpenter left last evening in his big Moore truck for Payson. with four passengers and a load of miners.' supplies. The passengers were prospectors bound for the hills to do their annual assessment work. o MESA OF T After Several Weeks' Waiting Evi , dence Will Be Taken at Mesa Tomorrow Judge Geo. S. Irwin has set the P'.-eliminary hearing of W. C. Thomp son, for the killing of F. M. Fuel, for Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, in Mesa. Owing to the large num ber of witnesses and the Interest that has been aroused in the case, the hearing will be held in the city hall. Thompson will be brought over from the Phoenix jail, where he has been confined ever since July 12, the day on which he shot Fuel. About 10 o'clock, Sunday morning, July 12, W. C. Thompson shot and killed F. M. Fuel, a freighter, of Tonto Basin, in a row over alleged insults offered Thompson's wife by Fuel The defendant shot Fuel, with whom he came up at a point two miles beyond Dese.-t Wells, after the deceased had stopped at his home and purchased some tobacco. It was here that the deceased is said . to have insulted Mrs. Thompson, and Thompson, coming home soon after ward, went in search of Fuel to insist upon an apology. In the resultant dispute Fuel was shot and killed. At the inquest, held the day after the killing, the coroner's jury, found that deceased had come to his death by a pistol shot from a pistol in the hands of W. C. Thompson. The de fendant was ordered to Jail in Phoe nix and has befti awaiting a hearing ever since. M. J. Dougherty, of Mesa, has been retained as council for Thompson and District Attorney Lyman will ap rear for the state. Phoenix team won the-meet with a score of 1092. ; SOME MELON A watermelon weighing 41 pounds was left with the local justice for in vestigation yesterday morning. The melon was raised by L. W. Rorex, near Gilbert, and is a "whopper." SURVEY PARTY LEAVES Chief Hodgson and party of the United . States geodetic survey, left yesterday for Phoenix . and points west. They have been here about three weeks making stellar latitude observations. They travel in a ton and a half White truck. OUT FOR CONSTABLE W. S. Burton, for twenty years or more constable of Mesa precinct, has come out again and will seek re nomination on the democratic ticket. Mr. Burton's nomination papers are being circulated today. There ( are several other candidates in the field. SOME FREAK CUCUMBERS Two lavge Japanese cucumbers, weighing eight and 7 pounds, re spectively, were brought to the Com mercial club rooms yesterday. The cucumbers were raised by Mrs. Jas. P. Sprague, near Gilbert. They will be put on cold storage and exhibited at the fair in October. They are large, even compared with native Japanese cucumbers, so one who knows, says. MOVES TO PHOENIX W. H. Taylor and family have moved to Phoenix, where they will make their home and where- Mr. Tay lor will teach music. Mr. Taylor came here some two weeks ago with his family and they have been living in the Christian church parsonage. SOJOURNING AT FISH CREEK Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Smith and son, Thomas, have gone to Fish Crerk to spend a few days. They will take in Roosevelt and Globe be fore returning to Mesa. BACK FROM SAN FRANCISCO Mrs. M. S. Gibbons has returned from spending a couple of weeks In San Francisco. Mrs. Gibbons says that Mr. Gibbons is improving from his recent illness. r HAYDEN MAKE 18 MILES HOURLY The R. W. Scott party wired Monday morning from Needles, Cal, where they had arrived in fine shape. The roads, they said, were good. They had averaged eighteen miles an hour driving time since leaving here Saturday morning in Mr. Scott's Velie car. COMPANY D TO LEAVE Company D, N. G. A., will leave here Wednesday morning early, in a special car for encampment at Fort Huaehuca. The company will carry a full quota of fifty men and expects to "do itself proud" while in camp. HOT WEATHER It has been so hot here since last Thursday that everybody's brain Is taking a vacation and refuses to be exercised over anything. This in cludes the reporter. BURNS HIS COT P. B. Mihan was awakened from slumber early Sunday morning by the scorching, singing sensation at tendant upon proximity to fire. Mi ban investigated and found that his cot was afire. Buckets of water, etc. brought by the other guests of the Alhambra hotel, where the fire oc curred, soon extinguished the, flames, but cot and fittings were ruined. Mihan, who was over from Phoenix, insists that he was not responsible for the fire. COLLINS WINS PRIZES Guy Collins, of Company D, FiVst Infantry, S. N. G., was the hero of the rifle match at Douglas, Sunday, when he won the 600-yard and high est individual score prizes. Collins is a member of the- Phoenix Rifle club and shot as a member of that organization. He made a score of 190 out of a possible 200 In shooting at the 300, 400, 600 and 600 yard targets, fifty shots at each. The . Justice Studley and Deputy Nash spent a large part of last Friday ut the London-Arizona camp a few miles distant. Mr. Studley is regis tration .officer ' far this precinct and took this opportunity to enroll all of the voters of that : section. He also held a court session while there im posing a fine of $25.00 on A. Man fluero for disturbing the peace. It appeared that at a little dance in that neighborhood a few nights ago a party named Martinez hit Man ciuero on the head with a brick. Manquero retreated but soon re turned with a gun to finish the ar gument but Martinez wisely "beat it" and has not been seen since. , There is to be a meeting of demo crats at the court, house here next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock to take steps toward the organization of a democratic club. Miss Elizabeth M. Crozier, of Globe, was a visitor in Hayden the latter part of the week. Our school board is always wide awake to the needs of the communi ty and has recently made another manifestation of this fact in the ar rangement for a high school room for the coming session. Another room is to be erected beside those now in use and this will accommo date the high school section which will be under the direction of Miss Maude Miller, principal. In mak ing this arrangement the board has tound it necessary to secure the ser vices of one additional teacher and Miss Flora Shoshusen has been elected to handle one of the classes the coming term. On last Thursday afternoon the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Rickerson, of Ray, was severely bit ten by a scorpion from the effects of which the child's life was endan gered for a time. In fact, during the first eighteen hours it was thought that the bite would prove fatal but now the little one is con sidered out of danger. Phone advice comes from Tucson that the Smelter team met defeat there Saturday afternoon losing to the Tucson boys by the score of six to seven. Another game will be played Sunday afternoon after which the team will return to Hayden. o START WORK OF EQUILIZATION GLENDALE Mlaa Margaret Meagher, of Glen dale, ia the, correspondent of The Arizona Republican in that dis trict and will be glad to receive all Items of new at the Glenwood hoteL BALL GAME The ball game played Sunday by the Pirates of Phoenix and the Glen- dale team was the best attended game of the season. It was a close game, 8 to 2, in favor of the home team, until near the finish when the home team got busy and ran the score to 9 to 3 In favor of Glendale. ON VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Warren Perkins and son left Saturday evening for Flag staff, where they will spend the bal ance of the summer visiting relatives. SHIPMENTS Cowden Bros, shipped a car of beef cattle to Babbitt Bros, at Flagstaff. Two cars of hay were shipped to Prescott, two cars to Kingman, one o Jerome Junction and one to Cher ry Creek. , - Two cars of sugar were shipped to New Mexico, one to Las Vegas and one to Albuquerque. ' o A peculiar thing about the Cleveland Naps is their ability to dig up fellows who can hit. But no matter how strong these fellows are with the wil low the Nps never get anywhere. Members of State Board Meet This Week to Hear Protests of Railroads and Mining Companies Rela tive to 1914 Valuations. With the close of the tax confer ence at Prescott last week, and the return to the capital of the members of the state tax commissionV the work of equalizing 1914 valuations will be carried on, with the tax com mission sitting, as at the conference, in the capacity of state board of equalization. Among the matters to come before 'the board are the as - the railroads and mining companies of the state. Representatives of the Needles Mining and Smelting company and the Gold Roads Mines company will meet with the board of equalization, this morning. The commission's val uation of the property of the Wes tern Union Telegraph company will also" come up for hearing today. The valuation of $114,500 per mile placed on . the property of the Ray & Gila Valley railroad will come up for hearing on August . 6. the date set for hearings in the matter of the valuation of the Arizona and New Mexico, the Arizona Eastern, Phoenix and Eastern, and Ray and Gila Val ley railroads. Representatives of the El Paso and Southwester also have been notified that -they may meet with the state board of equalization The Detroit Copper Mining Com on the same date. nany, of Arizona, appea'red before the board yesterday in the matter of the valuation of the plant of that cqm pany. ( . D. V. Cowden, the tax attorney for the Southern Pacific; A. T. Thomp son, manager of the Detroit Copper Mining Company of Arizona, and E. V.. Ellinwood. representing the Cop per Queen, appeared before the board ytsterday, relative to the valuations placed on the property of the var ious corporations. "The conference this year was even more successful and beneficial in ev ery way than the last, one," said Chairman C. M. Zander of the tax commission yesterday. "There was more of the get-together spirit, and btter feeling all around, a feeling that was encouraged and fostered by the hospitable way in which we were entertained by the people of Pres cott." Arizona is the only state in the union in which an inquisitorial con ference is held after the annual as sessment is made, and the results are of benefit both to the state and. to the taxpayers. Supervisors Back The members of the board of su pervisors, back from the second an nual conference of assessors for the state of Arizona, held luring the past week in Prescott, tell a story of com I'lete satisfaction with the work done. What stands out in the minds of those back from the conference is the good feeling manifest on all hands, between the representatives of the various counties of the state. There was rone of that difference that existed between the various fac tions at . the conference held last year in Phoenix. It was this con tention, however, last year that taught the lesson by which the sec ond conference profited, and those present predict smooth running for the conference of the future. General satisfaction was expressed by all who participated, the repre sentatives of the mining and rail road interests expressing compWe approval of the assessment as aN fecting them. Lin'B. Orme, of the board of su pervisors, delivered himself 'of words of enthusiasm over the trip. What rppealed strongly to him was the fraternal nature of the gathering, where the true sons of Arizona met cn the best of terms and compared notes. County Assessor L T. Bone is in agreement with the rest of the dele gation from Maricopa county, that a most instructive and pleasant time was passed, which was heightened by the royal way they were enter tained by the people of Prescot. o In blanking the Pirates threevtimes straight the Braves have established a season's record. So far this season no other major league team has shut out the same opponents three times In a row. S.P. VACATIONS IN AUGUST ARE BEST CALIFORNIA S.P. OFFERS YOU REST Round Trip San Diego Los Angeles And Its Beaches $26.25 San Francisco Cool Climate Be.nit.ifnl P:n-L- i And Exposition Buildings $41.25 Lake Tahoe Delightful Climate Boating. Hunting and Fishing. $51.25 Tickets on Sale Daily. Final Limit November 30th, 1914. Liberal Stopover Privileges. pih6T5e Southern Pacific6 Rates Fairbanks-Morse Engines Nestor Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc. ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY CO. 3rd Ave. and Jackson "We Have the Stock" Phoenix Cotton Growers, Attention Buy your cotton field machinery at Kunz Bros. & Messineer and save mrnipv. ' Let us show you. Phoenix Directory Automobiles ' Garages 'Accessories1 . Arizona Motor Company, Inc. AUTOMOBILES Everything for the automobile carried In stock FIRST AND VAN BUREN 8TREETI VULCANIZING OF ALL KINDS DONE PROMPT LY. WORK GUARANTEED. OUT OF TOWN WORK SOLICITED. Vulcanizing Works "oJg; 8t Arizona BUICK W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agent Garage and -Salesrooms 313 North Central Avenue. Phone 1450 Diamond Tires 110 N. Central Ave., Phone 414. M. L. BUCKLEY, JR. COLE Tha Standardized Car. Chase Motor Trucka. COLE MOTOR COMPANY. General Repair Work. 4th and Washington Sta. Phona 122. MOTOR CARS W. A. Horrell 521 N. Central Phone 1223 Expert Service Men TRANSCONTINENTAL Storage, Repairs and Gen GARAGE eral Machine Work. Work 108-110 N. Second Ave. guaranteed. CAPITAL GRAY HAIR BECOMES DARK, THICK, GLOSSY Try Grandmother' Old Favorite Recipe of Sago Tea and Sulphur Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur, properly "compound ed, brines back the natural color and lustre to the hair when faded, streak ed or gray; also end3 dandruff, itch ing scalp and stops falling hair. Tears ago the only way to get this mixture was to make it at home, which is mussy and troublesome. Nowadays we simply ask at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy." You will get a large bottle for about 60- cents. Everybody uses this old, famous re cipe, because no one can possibly tell that you darkened your hair, as It does it so naturally and evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the gray liair disappears, and after another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully " dark', thick and glossy and you look years younger. Advertisement, - ACCESSORIES I. 8. TIRES, OILS, GREASE AUTO SUPPLY CO. 517 N. Central Ave. hon. 1071 Hudqonfi-iin0 IRVIN? AGENT $1700.00 F. O. B. PHOENIX Garage 229 E. Adams St. Tl mn .riiune Oijy or oab Arizona Auto Company, 308 North Can- tral Avenue. Phone 1241. State agents for Moreland and "Little Giant" Motor Trucka. CASE PACKARD McARTHUR BROS FRANKLIN 821 N. CENTER STREET 1 - THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET TODAY GEO. HAGEMAN, Diatributor for Arixona Corner Second and Adams Streets Ford Motor Car B-passenger $565. Runabout $515 EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent 308-310 E. Adam. St. Maricopa County Agent fr Hendrle TIrea Master Carburetors More Mileage. More Speed. More Power, Guaranteed SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR CO 309-315 North Central Avenue MAXWELL The Car you ought to buy Gates & Tremaine 221 North First Street Overland Best Equipped Machine Shop in Southwest Complete Stock of Acceeaoriea OVERLAND AUTO CO., Phone 688. 326 N. Central Ave. RADIATORS Repaired and Rebuilt. We repair lamps, wind shields and fenders. We also replace glasses In windshields and lamps, and do coppersmith work. 233 North Center St. ' Pleasure Cars and Commercial Trucka Service Station 826-28-30 N. Central. Phone Ufl II. L. NAQUIN, Diitributoi .