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Quail Season Closes March I
Sundav. March 1. is the last day of the open season. If you are going
out Saturday or Sunday and want to rent a good gun get your order In
earlv, as all the hunters are preparing for a farewell huhit.
Iots of fresh ammunition received this week, both Selby and U. M. C.
Arrow and NitA Club loads. .
Hunting cats, shell bags and shell cases, gun cas, shell vests, leg
gings. Khaki coats, pants and shirts. tc.-everj thing for the hunter.
PINNEY fa. ROBINSON
THE GUN STORE
40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ.
Bend tor Ire. Gam. Law eard. Istabllshed
"The Diamond Jo," for Hot
Springs Tunctlon. WicKen
burg, Prescott and branch
points, Jerome, Ash Fork,
Los Angeles, San Fran
cisco and all points
west 2:00 a.m. 1:15 a.m.
"The Daylight Express,
for Hot Springs Junction
(Castle Hot Springs),
Wickenburg, A. & C.
branch points. Congress
Junction, Prescott, Ash
Fork, Denver, "Kansas
City, Chicago and all
points east 8:00 a-m. 4:10 p.m.
No trains on A. & C. By.
or Poland branch Bun
days. THE WEATHER.
Our Ostrich Feather Goods add elegance to the most refined or
elaborate costume. We sell them to the consumer at producers
prices, direet from the farm where we raise the ostriches and pro
duce the feathers.
We carrv the largest line of Plumes, Fans, Boas. Stoles and
Tips in the Southwest, made from the finest feathers grown, or
Make Special Pieces to Order
Don't buy until you get our prices.
We have a few very fine soft, hand-made Ostrich Feather Dust
ers on sale, the only thing for nice furniture.
Goods delivered anywhere in the United States prepaid.
Arizona Ostrich Farm
Cor. Adams and 1st Sts. Opp. New Noble Bldg.
! Local Daily Weather Report for the
i Arizona nepuDiican.
1'oreiast ?or todar Fair.
Raroincjer. inches ....
Temperature-, degrees .
IH-w point, degrees ...
Humidity, per cent ...
.Clear Pt. Cldy
"The Good Fellowship of a Good Watch"
There Is something In the good fellowship of a good watch that Is
alwavs felt by the owner that Is. in words, hard to define. Ask your
friend, who has a good watch a watch that keeps perfect time how
much he will take for it and he will laugh at you. It is because
there Is that attachment to it that knowledge of its faithfulness that
places it above its actual intrinsic value. These are the kind of
watches we sell, and It is only these kind that you become attached
to. From $10 up.
F. A. HILDERBRAN & CO., Jewelers
SUCCESSORS TO GEO. H. COOK.
10-12 W. Washington St. - PhoentJ.
Mean daily humidity
Mean dally temperature 6
Highest temperature 83
Lowest temperature y50
Accumulated excess in temperature
ti,,r n.tanium- 1. t2 decrees.
Aeumulated excess in rainfall since
January 1, 0.52 inch.
L. N. JESUNOFSKY.
MR. WHEELOGK AND
COMPANY MADE A HIT
Pronounced by Many at Equal to Pro
fessional Performances of the Play.
If s Here
Ladles should call and . inspect
the imported ware from Japan.
Its beautiful and useful.. Re
member you can get one of
these imported plates with one
pound Gun Powder English
Breakfast Japan or Mixed TeaJ
only 60dyl,lute and tea-
The cups and saucers are giv
en away with our bonds or pre
DEEENSE OF INJUNGIION
BY JUSTICE BREWER
The Eminent Jurist Also Observes
That the "Big Stick" is Not a New
I So Ions as the power of injunction
I was assailed only by populists, Bryan-
isls, socialists and anarcmsis mem.-.-of
the judiciary disdained to meet such
assaults. However the president s spe
cial message to congress has given oc
casion to eminent jurists to speak In
favor of the injunction as well as of
the necessity of sustaining the bench
against the temporary, clamor of the
A special to the Los Angeles Times
You will find r poor
tea in packages bearing:
our name. If you find
any such, you know what
to do. ,
Your trocr renins Tour If ''
Uk. Schilling s Best; we r
WINTER TERM NOW OPENING AT
ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Superior Advantages in all branches of
MUSIC, PHYSICAL CULTURE, ELOCUTION AND LANGUAGES.
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.
MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY. Director.
NO ORDINARY CATTLE
Supply the meat sold at this market
It comes from the very choicest live
stock bred. If you would have an es
pecially fine dinner next Sunday let us
supply the meat. After you have tast
ed it. we do not believe you will re
quire coaxing to give us another or
der. Especially as our meats cost no
more than the ordinary kinds.
P. T. HURLEY,
17 West Washington St.
Butter-Nut Bread is Good Bread
Need we say more? Manufactured and distributed only by Edward
Phone Main 89.
We carry Electric Fixtures, Parts and make them to order.
ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO.
ELECTRICAL 8UPPLY HOUSE.
Phone Black 634. V. R. NORRIS, Prop. 41 . 1st Ave.
The company last night presenting
"The Man From Mexico," with Joseph
Wheelock. Jr:, in the titular role,
achieved an enviable success, which
surpassed that expected by even the
most sanguine friends of the cast and
the many ardent admirers of Mr.
Wheelock. who had labored earnestly
to make success assured. The Dorris
opera house was comfortably filled,
practically the entire lower floor being
sold out before the play opened. The
order and attention accorded; the play
was very commendable.
The committee of citizens of Mesa
met and discussed with the Country
fMuh nlav ermimittee the staging of the
performance in that city on Tuesday
i night. The plans were practically per
' fected last night. It will be a benefit
j performance for the Mesa free public
library and the lovers of a rich farce
e.nneiiv ran be iamised a presenta
tion that would do ample credit to a
company boasting of a personnel ot
nrnfexsliinals. The snlendld show giv
en last night here warrants this un
Mr wheelock was civen a royal
round of applause on his appearance
and his delineation or sir. r uznew.
Hnth in the iail scene and as the man
just hack from the manana land was
very artistic ami persistently mirth
impelling. Mr. Wheelock spread his
jokes in a quiet, subtle fashion that
was the soul of comicality and very
infectious. He added certain sudden
dashes of presumable pathos, with a
seriousness that was clever, and
which kept the audience in an uproar.
The play goers had heard much of Mr.
Wheelock's ability and no one could
have been disappointed.
While the halo of congratulatory
praise must justly be hung above the
head of the leading character in the
play, the other dramatis personae who
were amateurs won sincere approval
on the manner in which they "got
avfcty with it" to use a stage phrase
in relating their portrayals of charac
ter. The whole cast outdid its late re
hearsals in a surprising degree. Miss
Wiley who played Mrs. Fitzhew was
thoroughly at home and her composure
and reading of her lines were very sat
isfactory. Mrs. Henry George as Net
tie Majors was charmingly ingenuous
and happily correct in her delivery and
expression. Her portrayal was par-
Still going on
gives an account as follows, of the lata
address at Baltimore by Justice
That the rich should not De permit
ted to get secret divorces, that the
court injunction is good for the nation,
lh:j" the hench tlinulri Ike DUrfed of
pontics, ana inni nuoseveii uiu w
originate the "big stick," were the fea-
During the past 35 yaara no reaa
dy baa proven mora prompt or
mora effectual In ita cures of
Coughs, Colds and Croup
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Ia
many homes It la relied upon as im
plicitly aa the family physician. It con
tains no opium or other narcotic, and
may 09 riven mm coauaentiy 10 m oa-oy
as to an adult. Price 35c; large size50o
tures of an address by Justice David
J. Brewer at the Friends 'meeting
house here tonight. He said:
"The early history of the race at
tests that the controlling thought was
of might, and one who had it as in
dividual, tribe or nation, exercised it
upon each weaker individual, tribe or
nation. The 'big stick' was swung
loose before Theodore Roosevelt be
"We find a growl's exposition to
tie the hands ot the Judge and judicial
action. This is shown by legislation.
particularly in the western states, for
bidding the Judge to refer In his charge
to the facts, requiring him to instruct
in writing and otherwise limiting the
freedom of his action. And yet the
effect of it is to turn the Judge into
something little better than a moder
ator of a town meeting, with no effi
cient voice in the determination of a
"It is disclosed by the clamor
again.st the exercise of the equitably
power of injunction. Kffort has been
made to make this a political question,
and government by injunction ha
been an object of easy denunciation.
So far from removing or restricting
this power, there never was a time
when its unrestricted and vigorous ex
ercise was worth more to the nation
and for the best Interests of all. As
nonulation becomes more dense, as
business interests multiply and crowd
each other, the restraining power of aj
court of equity is of far greater im-
portance than the punishing power of!
a court of criminal law. ' 1
"Purge the bench of polities. Judi
cial life must be excluded of political
possibilities, and, either by constitu- j
tional amendment or by the unvarying
decision of the great court of public!
opinion, no one should ever be trans
ferrable from Judicial to political life.
Entering the former., the doors of the .
1 -j t tar- iihAiild h rinsed against him.
He should also have the guarantee of
Independence which comes from per- ;
manent tenure of office. '
"A corrupt or Ignorant judiciary and
a feeble and cowardly bar are certain
indications of a descending nation, for ,
It is written by the finger of the Al- '
mighty on the everlasting tables of.
the universe that no nation can endure
and prosper unless into all its life and
activities Justice enters as an abiding :
and controlling force." -
More than men, says Dr. McComb, and
one reason is that their nervous organiza
tions are more delicate. True, and Hood's
Sarsaparilla la'just the nerve-bnilder, appetite-giver,
and blood-purifier they need.
Indigestion 3 Years-"I wa troubled
with inli(cetin for three years. I read ot
Hood s Sraparil! and tried it. After tak
ing a number of bottle I was completely
eured." Mas. J. H. Hallet. DeSoto.Mo-
Nervous, In Pain. So Appetite
"Had poor health for year- Sain in shoulders,
back and hip, with eonnarre hesdsrhe. ner
vousness and no appetite. Took Hood's Sar
saparilla. eained-treneth and can work bar
all day. eat heartily and sleep well." Mas. E.
OirFELS. Mooxe I.ake. Mjnn.
Rheumatism-"! had rheumatism in one
of my ankle, but Hood Haraparilla soon
gave me permanent relief. I recommend
Hood's Sarsaparilla." Mas.AssHlTCHijtsoN.
Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold everywhere.
In the usual liquid, or in tablet form called
Sarsatabs. IOO Doses One Dollar. Pre
pared only by C. L Hood Co, Lowell, Mess.
GETTING ROUND IT
1 A Chicago physician said the other
! da of the late Dr. Nicholas Senn, the
"t studied under Dr. Senn when he
was professor of surgery at Rush Med
College. I remember how, one
day, he asked me a question that I did
not know , and in order to hide my ig
norance I gave him an ambiguous an
swer. "Dr. Senn smiled.
"He said I reminded him of a school
bov, who. taking a written examina
tion in history, came to the question:
"Which was the greater general,
Caesar or Hannibal?'
-The boy answered the question as
If we consider who Caesar and
Hannibal were, and ask ourselves
which pf them was the greater, we
must unhesitatingly answer ia the af
Positively enrea oy
these Utile ru's
The also relieve Dis
tress from Dyspepsia. In
digestion and Too Hearty
LEaUcs. A perfect rem
edy for Dizziness, Kausea.
Drowsiness. Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Coated
Toosue. Pain la the Side.
TORPID LIVER. They
regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Cl'RE SICK HEADACHE.
Genuine Must Bear
1 ' :
wni u hi w
El 1 vur
! I CARTERS
1 -M n
I blin HI UaIUIUo ctllU ruillK
Formerly Priced at $3.50 and $4,00
All Sizes and Widths in Stock. The
Big Closing Out Sale Continues
THE SHOE AND STOCKING STORE
27-29 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
THE FRENCH KITCHEN
THE RIGHT PLACE TO EAT.
Will be open dav and night. Short orders and regular meals.
YEE BEN . KING CO, PROPS.
11 West Wash. St.
Best Equipped Shop
combined-with the most skilled Automobile men will save you time,
money and machine.
i We Have This
Isn't your time, money and machine just as valuable in Phoenix
Phoenix Auto Co.,
T- .1. A ... U..t,;.nnn Phons Ml
f.Ai-- Fnurth Avb and Washington.
Arthur Ainsworth, Manager.
Phone Main 145
Flyers for Our
125 Men's Shirts at 88c
350 Oak Sole Velour
ticularly animated and convincing.
Miss Edna Murray as Sallie was a
-i r iinuifrt,il fiance and
UL'lllui- aim ...... -
showed excellent talent and earnest- j
ness of purpose. Mrs. George P. Hul- i
lard as Miranda the maid, showed an j
appreciation tot the popular conception
of the inquisitiveness and flippancy o.
these very- necessary people 1n thj
Mr. liullard played a laughable Mr.
Majors, "the fixer and the well mean
ing friend of Mr. Fltzhew, who is very
obliging and always ready with, a plan
for assisting people into a prediea
iw.ni Kl advice was as eood as thir
ty days in Jail. But then Mr. Bullard i
i a Imwer. von know, that s expected.
C. B. Stambaugh In the comic dialect
and mannerisms of the Dutchman Von
Bulow Schmiiz was most thoroufthlv
amusing, and his antics were received
with enthusiastic laughter from all
pasts of the house. His selection for
the part of the highly explosive Ger
man gentleman was most happy. Mr.
Cook, the umierwarden, was played by
t'harles Christy. He was well suited
to th nart with manly stature and
strength, and a sonorous voice which
would be calculated to make most an.
one staod up" and take notice. War
den Loveall was delineated very ac
ceptably by Paul Kcneau ingles. Geo.
Williamson nroved to be an anarchistic
type much to the surprise of his
friends who had never associated him
with bombs. He had the dago dialect
down pat and his makeup was appro
priate. George hud never been seen in
strips before. In Phoenix. He was per
fectly at-home and knew the step.
Both George Lutgerding who played
Mr. Farrer the lawyer and ' Harry
Klaw&ns aa Richard Daunton aa archi
tect, both in love with Sallie, were
-i. i.nti nt invpnuklr,? and were ac-
corded their share of plaudits. Googan
a trusty was a smaller part taKen o
Arizona Wanges. $1.50 per box.
Wm. P. Crumy Hay & Grain Co., 29
East Jefferson. Tel. B 511.
Special at the California Wtne and
Lhiuor Co., for Friday and Saturday,
for every purchase of JI.Oh we will give
free to each customer a pint bottle of
fine California wine.
SHtWlVG A SHIRT
"ticu-l DV IDT IDftfcTDi
niZO OFF ON ALL NAVAJO BLANKETS
dZOO AND MEXICAN ZARAPES
The Navajo Curio 12 norctent st
SEE OUR NEW QUARTERS
6 & 8 E. WASHINGTON ST.
Rozensweig's Jewelry Co.
EGGS FOR HATCHING
Thoroughbred Rhode Island Reds
and White Leghorns. J1.00 for 15.
HERBERT ST. CLAIRE,
Phone Black 211.
Yards 2021 West Jefferson St.
The cactus plant gives up ita honeyed
To be crystallized for me and you.
If once you'll buy at Oonofrio's store,
I know full well you'll go for more.
WHITE CUT FLOWERS,
11.38 East Monroe.
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GRAND CANYON PICTURE .
For the benefit of tourists and oth
ers who have not seen the J3o0 dollar
painting of the Grand Canyon, by W.
E. Rollins of Phoenix, which was re
iMly nurthased for the Santa Fe
railroad by President E. P. Ripley, it
is announced that the picture is still in
the studio of Mr. Rollins in the O'Neill
building and will be for ten davs long-
ler before it will start on its journey
across the continent to be exhibited
in the principal cities of the United
States. This painting Is said by con
nvisseurs oi art to be a masterpiece in
color, composition and technique, as
well as being the best example yet pro
duced of the Grand Canyon in point or
color and composition.
There is no
need of your
than he does