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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING; JANUARY 7, 1915 F.AGE FIVE BUI THREE DAYS LEFI OF Oil Tlicic Will ; Xo .Extension (if Time on The Republican's Bar gain Period-'-Ciood Tbing Conies Rut Once a Year 551 OFFER QUICK ACTION NECESSARY. There lire hut three days left in which readers may secure the Ari zona liopuhlican during 1H1" for $5.nu. Alter January three more days in -eluding today The liepublican's sub scription rales will he as they always have been: 75c per month, or, if pairl in advance, for three months, $4.cn for six months or, $S.Oo for the car. .Mail your check immediately. The Absolutel V Bl,artl "Siiinst disappointment from luiiiuK iu leoew ill in accoru- ante with our Special Fourth Annual Bargain offer. Many subscribers have promised their subscriptions to Republican car rier boys. These carriers have been divided into two squads, with a cap tain at the head of each squad, and are working energetically to secure the largest number of new and re newal subscriptions. You may mail your subscription to this office, and if you want the boy to have credit, just make a little note, we will attend to the rest. You will find your carrier's name and his district listed herewith. You can easily ascertain which boy you wish the commission credit given. If you want him to have the credit, just say so; but don't overlook get- matter may be overlooked, and if i ting your $.").00 to The Republican in you mail in your order SOW you will I time. NAME. Mollis LUirsan, Harry Van Licrc, M. liletl Jones," lalward IJalsz, Ilriicut Yclton. Alfred Sanders, I. on is I'orlorio. Carl .Scdlcr. NUMBER, Carrier No. Carrier No. 2. Carrier No. 3. ( 'arrier No. 4. (.'art ier No. Currier No. li. Carrier No. Carrier No. S. Michael Peterson, Carrier No. !l. Jewel Shanks, Harry Newhani, Wiley Wooton, Ernest I'o.x Carrier No. V). Carrier No. 11. 'airier No. 12. Carrier No. DISTRICT. I'rom 2nd avenue to Kith avenue, inc. and from Van Buren to Jackson St. 7th St. to 13th St. and from Van Eu ren St. to the McDowell road. West side of Center St. to tith avenue. inc. from Van ISuren St. to McDowell road. West side 10th avenue to 24th avenue, north side Washington St. to Van Bu ren St. inc. Kast sfde Central avenue to 7th St inc. Van Buren to McDowell road. Central avenue to "th avenue. Jack son St. to Salt river. Van Iluren St. to Jackson, 10th St. to Asylum road. Third St. to 10th St., Van Buren to lienshaw. road. .McDowell road to Grand Canal, Cen ter to 7th St. (Cave Creek road). South side Washington, Buckeye road. 7th avenue to 24th avenue. Van Buren to McDowell road, 7th avenue to Pair Grounds road, (19th BORDER TOWN S mm People. of Douglas Unite to Make. Convention of Ari zona Cattle (i rowers' As sociation the Success It Has Been line will fall within the quarantine! district. Only thosu directly inter ested in the cattle business know what a calamity that means." G. 'V. Barnes, live stock repre sentative of the agricultural exten sion service of the Cnivorsi'v of Arizona, presented the following 2nd avenue to 3rd St. Van Buren Jackson, (business section). to Tempe road to Salt river, 7th St. to Cross-cut canal. Karl Bates. Country Route No. 2. Win. Ingram, Country Route No. 3. 7th St. to Park road, Grand Canal. McDowell road Walter l'omeroy, Country Route No. Tenipe road to the McDowell road Park road to the cross-cut canal. Christy road to Salt river, grounds to Alhambra road. Paul Gilland, Gaston Mcnshaw, Country Route No. Country Route No. Cecil Davis, Country Route No. 7. McDowell road to the Grand Canal, Center St. to Alhambra road. Grand Canal to Arizona Canal. Cen tral avenue, inc. to 7th avenue. Grand avenue to Glendale, south to Christy road, E. on Christy road to Alhambra road. The time is short. Nothing will be accepted after January 9, at other th in oar regular subscription rates. Better mail your "Five" today than to be sorry all the year to come. Name your carrier and we will she him credit. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Daily and Sunday For the next three days selling at FIVE DOLLARS FOR A YEAR. Skin diseases quickly yield to Resinol IF you have eczema, ringworm or other itcliinj, l.crnin?, un sightly skin-eruption, try Kcsinol Ointment and Kcsinol Soap and see how quickly the itching stops and the trouble disappears, even in a severe, stubborn case. Res inol Ointment is also an excellent household remedy for pimples, dandruff, sores, burns, wounds, dialings, and for a score of other uses where a soothing, healing implication is needed. Resinol contain nothing of a liansh or injurious nature and can be used freely even on the tcfidVrest or most irritated surface. I verr druggist sells Kesinot Ointment and Kesinol Soap. For trt.il fr-e, write to Dept. 2H, Kesinol, Baltimore, Md. 1RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE TO BE IMPROVED HERE j Chief Clerk Moore Arrives to Give I Situation the "Up and Down;" ! New Time Card Promised. An adjustment in the late delivery ; of mail to Phoenix business men, will i be loaked for as a result of the visit ; here of F. I. R. Moore, chief clerk .' of the railway mail service of Los : Angeles. Complaint has been made that the mail from Maricopa embrao j ing all eastern and part of, the west- ern mail. Is not .received here until nearly nine o'clock. Deliveries can j not he made early enough to permit j business houses to fill orders on the same day they are received, i Mr. ' Moore was in Phoenix but a j short time yesterday, as he had to j make a call at Winkelman. He re- turned last night, however, to take up the matter of the new schedule with the local postoffice and Southern Pacific officials. The announcement of a new S. P. time card early in February, gives promise of some relief from the pre sent late mail service. a ikin or beauty ig a jov ronrvrn Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUD S Oriental Cream OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER KmovM Tan, llmp1t Frrklt. Moth PatnbM. Rub 51 Skin Dihiim, and vry blmlb An i bnty. d4 detlen de tection It hu stood the tu of M year. anl in so harnileita taita It to bo sura It pro BrlrmaJ. Accaptno coil n tar 1 it of aimilar naiDo. Dr. I A. ttayro aid to a larty of tho baattoo f a patiaat ) : "AayoalmdieHwiH ut them, I racommeail Uowraud Cream thaleait faarmfnl of all the akin praparatioui ' At Prufnipnami Department store O FiT. ItapklM 4 Sm, rYipt, V at Janes St, NT. t. DATE JAN. 18. 1915 BLUE RIBBON CATTLE AROUSE MUCH INTEREST Frank Reed Sanders Reports His Prize Winning Herd in Good Shape After Chicago Quarantine. After several months of exhibition at various fairs, where they took many prizes, and after three weeks of miarantine in Chicago, bwing to the prevalence of the foot and mouth di sease. the fine Salt river valley cat tle of Frank Heed Sanders, are re- oorted in fine condition for their return to the local range. Mr. San ders, in a letter to the lioard of trade yesterday, commented on the situation very cheerfully. His herd of aristocratic dairy cattle is now in Chicago. M'i''h interest was nrnused In the (Special Correspondence.) DOl'ULAS, Jan. r.. The second day of the convention of Arizona Stock Cattle Crowers opened with Increas ed interest, a larger attendance and a fuller appreciation of the hospitality of the people of Douglas. Practical ly all of the delegates to the con vention, many of them accompanied by their wives, visited the Copper Queen smelter last night, escorted by the Douglas Chamber of Commerce. The Douglas people are excellent osts and are doing their full sha.'e, toward making the convention a gen uine success. The delegates, on Sunday visited the Carranza trenches at Agua IMieta iind last night as they returned from the smelter they were swept by the searchlight which operates from a tower in Agua Pricta to locate 1 1. .a Villa forces who are now said to be about sixteen miles south. Itesuming the story of the conven tion,, among its most interesting features are the helpful papers and addresses which have been pre sented. Dr. It. H. Williams, professor ...of animal husbandry in the state uni versity at Tucson, talked on "The Beef Outlook.-' He summed up the events of the past year that had a bearing on the beef cattle business in th southwest. Beef is a standard food product in all countries. It has special nutritive values that should not be overlooked. Many statistics were given illus trating a world wide shortage of beef cattle. The special causes con tributing to this shortage were dis cussed in detail. The European war and on increase in city population will demand an increase in the number of cattle maintained in the United States. As the high cost of feeds in the east makes jt unprofit able to raise calves at nast orices. values are certain to be maintained or increased.. It is most fortunate for the Cnited States that the beef indusry has not been adversely af fected by the financial depression of the past year. As the industry of slaughtering and meat (lacking is the largest manufacturing industry In the United States, it has assisted to fjrnish work and trade for many thousands of people during the de pression. Arizona is peculiarly adapted to the production of yearling stockers. There Fairj " R"o oernanci tor tnese cattle in ttiiLuiina iiiiu normvvesi ranees. Prices have doubled for them during Hie past four years. Further in creases in value mav he exneoted Already stockmen are realizing that they must use ' more registered sires to improve the duality of their cat tle. Kuyers are becoming more dis criminating eath year. It is certain that cattlemen can make more money by replacing scrub bulls with regis tered sires than by any other change. Dr. Williams recommends cattle men to pay special attention to the following methods of improving their business: 1. t'se more registered sires. 2. Get a good lease law. 3. Develop more watering places. 4. Keep more records. 5. Feed more cattle. . Work together. 7. Vne- the state university at Tuc son. . A very interesting talk was tint of Charles E. Hardy, collector of cus toms at Xogalcs and representing the department of the treasury. Hut Mr. Hardy said that he believed that one of the greatest departments of the government wan that of agriculture as it is now being conducted, with its scientific investigation at an ex pense of many millions of dollars annually of the great animal indus try of the country along with its in quiry into better agricultural meth ods. Mr. Hardy said that when he visited Washington recently he was surprised to see several hundred buys and girls from all parts of the country who had established records for producing enormous yields of farm products under the direction ind . supervision of the department. They were the special guests of the secretary Mr Hardy spoke of the work of the bureau of animal industry under the direction of Dr. Thomas A. ISray and Dr. H. M. Hart. Mr. Hardy led up to the relation between his department and that of the live stock .industry through th bureau of animal industry. He dealt with the offense of smuggling and the need of greater co-operation on the part of honest cattlemen to pre vent it, In conclusion on this point h said: ' "Now, I Jiave one more proposition I want to submit for your attention and consideration before I conclude and I wish, to state in advance that I mention it without any intention of intimidating or frightening you. lain confident that unless the irregular entry of cattle, which is becoming .1 frequent occurrence of late, is dis continued immediately, and the ea tle offered for preliminary inspection by the bureau of animal industry be fore crossing the international line into Arizona, it is only a question of a short time before the department of agriculture will establish a quar antine line several hundred mile-" porth of the international line and all cattle ranges lying south of that "Management of Bulls I'nder Range Conditions:" "The range bull has touched the pockt'tbooks of cuttle men more than j any 'other one factor sometimes the touches have bTen very gratifying. Again they have not been so. Why? There are many things which may he attributed to the. ungratifying re sults which the range bull indirectly controls but which are directly con trolled by the cattle men. "These may be classified briefly is follows: 1. Percentage of calves dropped. 2. Conformation. .1. Strength and vitality of off spring. 4. 1'iiiformity of age of offspring. R. Ptrcentagc of losses during win ter. "Rangcmen often complain of thi low per cent of calves which they ale getting. Some are blaming the sire for this, but when the sire is blamed for these results you are not placing the blame where ft belongs. for some of that blame lies with the cattleman, and is within his pow-r to correct, fur he holds the winning cards, and all that is necessary is for him to play his. hand. How tcan it be done (?) Can it be done by decreasing the number of cows which each sire is required to serve. This could not possibly give relief, for you find that at the pres ent time they are only requiring the sire to serve from 20 to 30 cows each, this depending somewhat upon how scattering the range may be. The best method which can be fol lowed to increase the per cent of calves is in the fall to take these bulls off of the range and put them in a pasture to themselves. If ne cessary give them some extra feed, such as alfalfa hay, silage, cotton seed meal or ' cotton seed cake. Just enough to keep them in a good, vig orous condition. What will those bulls return for this kind of treatment? A greater per cent of offsprings, calves which are stronger in vitality, calves which have some uniformity of age, les death rate during the winter, and calves which will be uniform in size. What ran we expect of the sire :f left out all winter to rustle for him self? A sire which is run down in condition and vitality is no more in shape or qualified to enter a sea son's breeding than a, draft horse is to catch a .Mexican two-year-old. These sires being run down in con dition, flesh and vitality, do not re spond to only about fifty per cent calves. Instead of mingling among the cows you find them gather every sprig of grays possible to keep alive. The per cent of offsprings can b? increased to T."i or S."i per cent by keeping the bull in good condition during winter. Stockmen cannot af ford to miss these 25 or 3" calves every year, neither can they a f fori to keep fifty cows which do not re turn a profit. Chn -o- Young Shughrue and Willie needi er are signed to box at New York on February 3. DATE JAN. 18, 1915 JOIN OUR 1915 stomas Glub Which Opened Monday Morning, January 4th If you can save as little as twenty-five cents, fifty cents or one dollar, you can save here. We simply want to net you in tin: saving habit. AVe will pay you interest on your weekly deposits. We believe in conunun-' ity saving times never get the better of people who save. You must save something. 'Save time. Start now. Save here. Put your money in this bank where it always will be safe always ready when you need it: week by week you will see your savings grow. The saving habil will become easy. Tn time you will have an account to your credit that will really make it worth while. We are here, to serve you. We want you to make this your bank to fed that you can come and go and re ceive every courtesy that a big public-spirited bank can offer. Joining is very simple, just bring the first week's payment, cither twenty five cents, fifty cents or one dollar. You will be given an account de posit book in your name showing amount paid. Anyone can join. Join, and Get Your Friends to Join OPEN FOR MEMBERSHIP FROM JANUARY 4 TO JANUARY 18 The Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Co. PHOENIX' ONLY SAVINGS BANK tMPOmil MEETING OF THE y. K C. S. standing committees will be given: Mi f-lci iinn of siv flirctnrs tr l"pp iI'tp - 1 :4yl inniit' ..f flip n.snrinti(in th" trm .f ! office of six directors of the full I" ilho"t V"1' credential, such should rosier of eighteen members expiring in j F.Iizabeth M. Hunter, cbairma Miss Irene 1!. Noyes. If any member of the association en; and such other business before such Reports of Officers and Election of j New Directors. I The annual business meeting of the Young Women's Christian association will be held Monday evening, JanuiMy 11, at x o'clock p. m., at the h-aii-(piartors of the association, 3"H Nort'i Second street. At the meetine an nual reports of the officers of the i Beneral member board and general secretary and ' The credentials committee will he should properly come meeting. The nominating committee eonsii-ts of the following women: -Mrs. J. I. Brooks, chairman; .Mrs. Y. YV. Wil kinson, Mrs. 1,. C Hayes and Mr. Ileba Klliott. Admission to this meeting is by membership card. Ivuh member of the association is eligible to lie present, whether sustaining or communicate rot -TV, sm; plume tiTl. at once with the Xoith Second st re Stalling is safely signed up py the Braves for five more years as l.iig Chief. On' Saturday night. Jeff Smith r New Jersey boxes Lee Oarcy at Sydney. RIGHT-OF-WAY Talk About Bargains How's This One? $152,000 FOR 15 DOLLARS Let Us Illustrate by Private Ledger Account Year 1915 Winning herds. More than one far mer has been induced to consider the valley as '"a possible place to settle, just because it was shown that blue ribbon stock might be raised here. Sanders' letter closed with a request for much literature for distribution valley by the exhlbi'jn of the prize in Chicai. - !fi !dR Ln 5 Mr. John Smith Phoenix Young Men's Christian Association In Account With Dr. ( It Use of l.")0,000 Club House'. $130.01) Personal benefit from Civinnasiuui Exercises and (iamcs Bathing and Swhuminy; Cool, comfortable loumrinv; place. (Jood Company (Estimated) Reading Room (Estimated) (!)() Magazines and Periodicals) Total absence of that all-in tired Year's Membership ..b' 200 ':.() 100 1,000 100 feeling, headaches, ct TOTAL $1.-) TOTAL Surely there are a Thousand Men in Phoenix who will be glad to make such an investment.