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A Boom For Parker.
If indications are worth any thing, the amount of business the auto line is doing between this city and Parker augurs well for the future of that district. There are more people going into Parker now than were going into Tonopah, Nevada, when Charles M. Schwab went there the first time. It is the better class of capital that is seeking in vestment in the Parker country, and with the opening of the townsite there and the building of the Low Line of the Santa Fe, i inasmuch as the district is highly mineralized, we can see nothing but a boom, and a big one, ahead of Parker. —Needles Eye. Will Sue Newspapers. Washington, Jan. 18. —It has been decided that an investiga tion of alleged libellous publica tions charging scandal in con nection with the Panama canal purchase, is to be made next week by the grand jury of the District of Columbia. The entire staff of the New York World in this city have been summoned to testify. In addition to the World staff, Jerry A. Matthews of the New York Sun and Harry M. Christ of the Brooklyn Eagle were summoned. It is believed the authorship <>l the objectionable articles which were printed last summer and autumn may be inquired into. It is hinted the action in the Dis triet of Columbia is to lie taken in connection with the investiga- ! tion which is to be made in the same case in New York. Willet Attacks Roosevelt. Washington, Jan. 18 —Char aeterizing President Roosevelt as a “gargoyle” Representative Willet of New York in the house today made the most bitter at tack on the president ever heard in that body. lie also said the president was an “unmixed nuisance.” Willet’s reference to the “de famation of Admiral Schlev” caused Gardner of Massachusetts to object. The chair ruled that Willet’s words were offensive and the house was in a furor. The point was made that Wil let was no longer entitled to the floor and a motion that he be al lowed to proceed was lost by a vote of 78 to 126. I PROCURED AND DE/ENDED. SeiTtimodel, to < ■ drawing orphoto. lor expert search and free report. ■ H Free advice, how to obtain patents, trade marks, < ■ copyrights, etc., )N ALL-COUNTRI ES. | M Business direct with ll'as king ton saves time, ■ 1 a Patent and Infringement Practice Exclusively. | Write or come to us at B j 523 Ninth Street, cpp. United States Patent CC J * The Tempe Normal School of Arizona The second term of the school year of the Tempe Normal School will begin Monday, January 25. While students are admitted for special work at all times, they will find it greatly to their ad vantage to enter as near the be ginning of a term as possible. New classes are then organized in several subjects and the adjust ment of a course can be more sat isfactorily made. Teachers who complete a term of teaching during the winter months frequently find it desir able to enter the Normal to pre pare themselves for the June ex amination, or for rhe purpose of pursuing studies along pedagog ical lines for professional im provement. Catalogues containing full in formation relating to course of study, class work, etc , will be forwarded upon application. Address all inquiries relating t j entrance, classification, dormi-J tor3 r accommodations, expenses, etc., to A J. Matthews, Tempe, Arizona. Applications for Grazing Permits. Notiee is herein' that all applications for permits to graze cattle, horses, sheep and goats within the SITGREAYES NA 1 IONAL I-ORES I' during the season of 1909, must lie filed in my office at Snowflake, Aiiz-ma,! on or before Februarv 1, 1909 Full information in regard to the! grazing fees to be clanged and j blank forms to be used in nmk ing application will be furni>lie<i i upon request. ALEX J. M AL'KAY, Supervisor Anyone sending a sketch nnd description niny nulckly ascertain our free whether an nvention is prnhnhly patentable. Coniminnoji lionsstrictlyconlldentlal. HANDBOOK on PatenU, sent free, oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Minin Co. receive special notice, without charge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weekly. I-nrgest cir culation of any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a year: four mouths, $L Sold by all newsdealers MUNN & Co. 36,Broadwa '" New Yoit Branch Office 625 K 8t„ V.'astrngton, 1). C. SUBSCRIPTIONS We will meet, if not bid lower, on Club offers made by any mag azine subscription agency. By subscribing forseveral magazines reduced prices can be had in near ly every instance. Hand in a list of those you wish to subscril e for and we will quote you reduced prices. Post Office Store ASKED MUCH IN SHORT PRAYER. i Remarkable Invocation of Scotch Minister, Reported by Magazine. “0 Lord, we approach thee this mornin’ in the attitude o’ prayer, and likewise o’ complaint. When we cam’ tae the lan’ o’ Canady we expected tae fin’ a lan’ flowin’ wi’ milk and honey, but instead o’ that we foun’ a lan’ peopled wi’ ungodly Irish. O Lord, in thy great mercy, drive them tae the uttermost pairts o’ Canady; mak’ them hewers o’ wood and drawers o’ watter; gie them nae emoluments; gie them nae place o’ abode; n’er mak’ them magistrates or rulers among thy people. “But if ye hae any favors to bestow, or any guid lan’ tae gie awa,’ gie it tae thine ain, thy peculiar people, the Scots. Mak’ them members o’ parlia ment an’ magistrates an’ rulers among thy people. An’ as for the Irish, tak’ them by the heels an’ shak’ them ower the mouth o’ hell, but dinna let them fa’ in. and a’ the glory shall be thine. Amen.”—Success Magazine. Work and Life. I was much impressed by what the head of a large and prosperous bour geois French family said to an Am ■!•'- ! can friend: “During the day we a"e | ail busy with our various avoerti i . | The evenings are devoted to more s i : ous things—reading, music, conversa tion, society.” This is surely the nor mal point of view of a civilized ma i living in a civilized society. In Italy, where social life, as in | France, is taken somewhat more s - | cu-ly than with us, it is usual for ih3 | women ) rominent in society to r - j cci.e in the evening. One evening n I week (some ianes two, in a few if. 3 i every evening) is se. apart lor rev .v - ing the friend’, an;l habitues ol t! ; h use. In I cine vvbt re society is mere crystallized, where the social game is be ter j 1 tycd than in any cc n .. unity I knew i ;o c:i t\va of the great house? are c] an to viti.ors on erery | evening of the week. —-laud Howe, in j Harper’s Ea n.r. 8/ANTEIS- fl RIDER AGENT'"" "" imple .Latest Model Ranker * bicycle furnished by us. Our agents everywhere are laking money fast. Write for full Particulars and special offer at once. NO MONEY REQUIRED until you receive and approve of your bicycle. Weship to anyone, anywhere in the U. S. without a cent deposit in advance, Prepay freight and allow TEN DAYS’ FREE TRIAL during which time you may ride the bicycle and put it to any test you .wish. If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to keep the bicycle ship it hack to us a* our expense and you will not be out one ce7it . FACTORY PRICF3 We * urn i s h the highest grade bicycles it is possible to make B *7 1 *V" °? e small profit above actual factory cost. You save £lO to #25 middlemen s profits by buying direct of us and have the manufacturer’s guar antee behind your bicycle. DO NOT BUY a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone at any Prrice until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of factory Prices and remarkable special offers to rider agents. YOU WII I RF w h en you receive our beautiful catalogue and VVU ROlUlllolitll study our superb models at the wonderfully Itnu prices we can make you this year. We sell the highest grade bicycles for less money than any other factory. We are satisfied with SI.OO profit above factory cost. BICYCLE DEALERS, you can sell our bicycles under your own name plate at ir pnees. Orders filled the day received. D HAND BICYCLES. # We do not regularly handle second hand bicycles, but a number on hand taken in trade by our Chicago retail stores. These we clear out -ices ranging from $3 to $8 or $lO. Descriptive bargain lists mailed free. COASTER-BRAKES 81ngl<> wheels, imported roller chains and pedals, parts, repairs and vUHdICII DiIHIVCOy equipment of all kinds at half the -usual retail prices. S AM HEDGETHORN PUNCTURE-PROOF *4 80 A SELF-HEALING TIRES jo fmaumniEjmS' ijr The regular retail price of these tires is $3.50 per pair, but to introduce we will *~ * ~~ "t --sellyouasaniplepairfors4.SO\cashwtthordn $4.. u. / .... - ■ ——f / * NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES f / / y N VILS, racks or (ilass will not let the Vj I f 1 air out. Sixty thousand pairs sold la.-t year, Ax»#fcs§6BsEfi&y'-J I I f!*?7 Over two hundred thousand pairs now iu use. 7^**™"*——v I DESCRIPTION: Made in all sizes. It is lively C 7 andeasyriding.veryduiableand lined inside wit a special quality of rubber, which never becomes J4 l 11 iW-agy porous and which closes up small punctures without allow- I Iff .. . , ing the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satis- lln JJ ce , e *blck rubber tread fiedcustomersstatingthattheirtireshaveonlybeen pumped strips “li up once or twice in a whole season. They weigh nomorethan U li, also rim strip ‘it an ordinary tire, the puncture resisting qualities being given XlfL I? P rev ® nt rim cutting, this by several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the V’|P tlre . tread. The regular price of these tires issß.so per pair, but for T| Rir»iwr« J L.A.SIIU aud advertisingpurposesweare making a special factoty price to * kilunu. the rider of only J 4.80 per pair. All orders shipped same day etter is received. We ship C. O. D. on approval. You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented. We will allow a cash discount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price S4.sf> per pair) if you send FULL, CASH WITH ORDEIt and enclose this advertisement. We will also send one nickel plated brass hand pump. Tires to be returned at OUB expense if for anv reason they are not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in a bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster, wear better, last longer and iook finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. We know that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your oruer. We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. ur t lirr’/l TIBMTG don’t buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair of ■ “ T tul Ir ICO Hedgethorn Puncture-Proof tires on approval and trial at the special introductory price quoted above; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. \AJfi ST but wrile us a postal today. OO NOT THINK OF BUYING a bicycle #»t/ f rlr/lf I or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new 'id wonderful offers we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. Write it NOW- J. Ls MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL lesson for r ~ t.:: n fizn' > Captain’s Remark - r “to Avc’c' . : . “On the slow an Icl p ’? ” snh! a purser, “the soa/jiir f ; 3 n . harm; but on a famous liner l.ke the Ruritania, where records are brok n and tip-top prices abound, the amount of stuff that disappears is shocking. “Cnly things with the boat’s name on go—champagne glasses, inkwells, curling tongs, buttonhookc and so forth. And what are we to do about it? “We had an American peeress aboard last voyage. The day we reached New York a stewardess came to me and said; “ ‘Oh, Mr. Meet, I just seen Lady Blank's cabin trunk, and she’s taken two of our finest silver inkwells.’ “Here was a quandary, eh? The cap tain was called in, and he settled the matter in the unsatisfactory way such things are usually settled. “ ‘We must teach Lady Blank a les son,’ he growled. ‘At the same time scandal must be avoided.’ He thought a moment, then said to the stew ardness: ‘Take one of the inkwells and leave the other. That'll show her!’ ” To Stop Bleedirq at the i v 'cs - \ A man in ’rave ing from N ' g la*'d to his home in New Jc;-~ a violent nosebleed cn :he train 7 a d was ’•endered. a' d the usual ; di r s such as ice on the neck. r. th rst dov n the back a’d all "07*3 ? tfc'r - '‘-s were ineffectually trie I. n profuse was the hemorrhage t‘ ,t when Now York was reached he . .3 tee week *o go to a physie’an u~at tc. -wi The application of ti-c'ur f euealy e s promptly stooped the b'o in?; ■■’lie is an exc~e'ingly T ’?'u n remedy, and should be ir.d st? '”ed u ':i 011 • memoi'es \ via’ shou’d he plac:d in every fa y Save the Meat Slcewers. A men sk wer of hard wood is a. most, use! il tool, especially for cleau ing a window sash. It goes into cor ners a" or dirt that no finger is taper ing enough to reach.