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AP.OUT WONDER WASHERS.
1st. It is the easiest.
2nd. It is the quickest.
3rd. It is the lightest.
4th. It is the most durable.
5th. It is the simplest.
6th. It will not shrink or warp. It
has a metal tub.
7th. It washes the dirtiest places
8th. It will wash one delicate laceH
collar or a dozen without tearing or
wearing them, in one minute.
9th. Free from lost motion or rat
tle. 10th. It will wash as many pieces
as any other family washer, although
11th. No cogs nor gearings.
12th. A girl 12 years old can run
13th. The price is only $9.75 for
the Wonder Washer, and every claim
made is guaranteed at
Davidson's Cash Store
22 to 24 West Wash. Phoenix
These eyeglass holders are made
in white a nice dressy holder. No
chains to tangle. Better try one.
ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN
We Like to Wait
We really like to have children.
Waiting on them gives us much
genuine pleasure. We attend to
our little patrons just as quick
ly and just as carefully as their
LARSON DRUG CO.
N.W. Cor. Center & Wash. Sts.
THE BAKE SHOP
The housewives of Phoenix In
sist on having Home Baking
There's a reason.
HOME BAKING CO.
M J. PETTI D, Manager.
good to eat
YOUR VACATION WILL BE COM
PLETE if you will order the daily Re
publican sent to you while away from
town. B anail 75 cents, per month.
What can you get more pleasure out
of than this 2 1-2 cents per day. Phone
Main 47. .. .... a..,.
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LICENSED TO WED A marriage
license was issued yesterday to Gabriel
IJ. Fucntes and Teresa Aluai. They
were united in marriage by Justice
PHOENIX GIRL ON THE COAST.
The Stockton (.Cal.). Evening Record
mentions that Miss Hazel Swoera of
Phoenix, accompanied by Mrs. A.
brown and Mbn Oll Harris had Just
left Stockton for Pacific Grove and
Santa C'nn on a summer outing.
A MOUNTAIN VACATION. Guy L.
Jones, who is with the Imperial Cop
per company at Silverbell, passed
through the city yesterday on his way
to Prescott for a brief vacation. He
will return in the course of three or
B. A. PACKARD HERE B. A.
Packard arrived here yesterday
morning from Douglas to verify the
reported nomination of W. J. Bryan
at Denver. He was there and could
siieak by the card. After his ar
rival the ratification festivities iro
eoeded with more Best than ever.
A TEXAS VISITOR Miss Sam
Duwnanl, a Bister of Mrs. Clifford
11. Smith, is expected to arrive here
tlus morning from her home Ln Galr
vetnn. Mr. Smith went, to Maricopa
last night to meet her. Miss Dnwn
ard is well known by many Phoenix
piiople, having spent some time with
her sister here a year or t ago.
PUBLISHED ABOVE THE CLOUDS
The Republican Is in receipt of a
copy ef the Pike's Peak Dally News,
a journal devoted to the scenery of
Pike's Peak and the surrounding coun
try. As a newsper it Is not so much
but the issue of Monthly, July.-IS. con
tained one item of local interest. It
contains in the Hst of the "sixth sec
tion" of the several hundred people
who had visited the ton of tlie peak
that elar. Lin B. Ornie and wife and
H. K. Ware of Thoen'X.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST First floor of postoffice
building, entrance on Monroe street.
Morning service at 11 o'clock, subject
of the lesson, sermon, "Life." Wednes
day evening meeting at 8 o'clock. All
are cordially invited to attend ser
vices. All authorized literature per
taining to Christian Science may be
purchased at the reading r mms, locat
ed at the church on Wednesday even
ings as they are closed during the
days, for the summer.
BIDWELL HELD TO THE GRAND
JURY. James Bid well at the i lose of
his preliminary hearing In Justice
Johnstone's court yesterday on the
charge of embezzling a horse, saddle
and bridle, the property of George Du
vail, was held to the grand Jurv. The
case had been continued the day be
fore to allow Bid well to introduce' evi
dence which it was supposed would
be strongly contradictory of some
damaging evidence which the prosecu
tion had presented. The new evidence
however had little to do with the ques
tion of the guilt or innocence of the
LEFT FOR HOME Mrs. J. L. Gil
roy left for her home In Portland,
I Oregon, last night after a residence
of about two months In Phoenix. She
'came here to attend her husband in
his last illness, he having been a
(sufferer of lung trouble and having
' preceded her here, about three
months, hoping for recovery from
the disease. Her husband died on
Monday and was buried here on
Tuesday. He was well known 1n
Portland and particularly well known
in Bellingham, Washington, having
l?en employed in the postoffice in
both places. His father is the road
master of the Bellingham Bay and
British Columbia railroad.
AN ANCIENT HORSE. There gal
loped out of the mists of antiquity a
certain gray horse, the property of an
Indian woman. A Mexican saw the
animal and immediately identified it
as one that he had lost or that had
been stolen from him several years
ago. The matter In some way was
brought to the attention of Constable
Maj. Ivy and there was in all the world
no other person so competent to deal
with the case. He a'so identified the
animal as one he had sold to the same
Indian woman twelve years ago, or
five years before the time when the
Mexican said that bis relations with
the horse were summarily and unlaw-
I fully severed. His claim then fell to
' the ground. How old the horse was
jwhen it came Into the possession of Mr.
Ivy nobody in this part of the country
is old enough to know but it must have
been pretty well advanced in years for
j Mr. Ivy said he bought It in the Buck
j eye country along with five others for
it 10 a head.
MU NGER-YEAGER. Charles P.
I M linger of Phoenix and Miss Kilna
I Yaeger of Moline, Ills., were married
at the home of the bride's parents at
Moline last Thursday night. The en
gagement of Miss yaeger to Mr. Mun
ger was announced by The Republi
can about two months ago. Immedi
ately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs.
Monger went to Chicago where they
expect to spend three or four days
and then they intended to visit friends
at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, for a short
You have tried
126-128 W. Washington St.
Tho PEOPLE with tho COODS
pppotlto Court House
time. They will return to Phoenix, ar
riving the latter part of the month.
The attachment culminating in this
narriage was begun here during the
residence of the bride as a teacher of
the city schools, she was regarded as
one of tho most efficient teachers In
the' schools and she attained great
popularity in a wide circle of acquain
tances who will warmly welcome her
on her return as a permanent resident
LIKES PHOENIX ALREADY
Mrs. John H. Lane and children us
rived in town yesterday morning to
join her husband, Manager .Lane of
the Phoenix Cycle Co. Though com
;lnjf to Vhlteaix on a 1iirtjcularly un
pleasant midsummer day, Mrs. Lane
said that she had left a much more
unpleasant summer climate, at her
former home in Indianapolis.
THE POOL TOURNAMENT In
the second game of the tournament
being played at the Capitol jmioI hall.
Jack Meldrutn defeated Percy linker
by the score of 100 to 56. Meldrum
made a high run of 20 balls. Mon
day night Wallace and Powers will
play. The referee of last night's
game was R, J. Dunn. The score
keeper was W. Weeks.
FUNERAL OF T. D. BENNETT
The funeral of Thomas D. Bennett,
whose death was announced yester
day, will lie held In tills city Mon
day morning at 10:30 o'clock and
will be under the auspices of Phoe-
Lnix lodge No. 335, B. P. O. Elks. The
Elks of Bisbee yesterday ordered a
handsome tlral piece from a Phoe
nix florist as ,a testimonial of regard
for the deceased who was a mem
ber of Phoenix lodge.
We have certainly the finest dis
play of oxfords and low cut
shoes for women, it has ever
been our privilege to offer our
trade. We have recently added
20 NEW STYLES comprising
the NEW SMART and COR
RECT 8TYLES from the best
manufacturers of women's fine
shoe known to the trade; shoes
of unquestionable REPUTA
TION for 8TYLE, FIT and
Carried in the sizes and widths
to fit all feet. A range of prices
from one fifty to six dollars,
each ths best of its kind.
H. A. DIEHL
TO THAW OUT. F. P. Crulce of
Prescott was in Phoenix yesterday
seeking relief from his chilblains. He
EPWORTH LEAGUE The Epworth
League of the Osborn church held a
social Yiday night at the home of
George J. Smith, all present having a
THE LINE DOWN. The river may
be a mile high at Roosevelt, for all
anyone here knows, as the telephone
line went out of business yesterday
and there was no communication.
LEAVING FOR GOOD. F. G. Smith
who has been connected with the
Phoenix National bank for many years
past, left last night for San Diego to
reside permanently. The many friends
of Mr. Smith and family will wish
FOR THE COAST. Among those
who left for the coast via the M. & P.
last evening were Dave Goldberg who
is bound for San Francisco; Dan Mc
Dermott and family who will spend
the summer at the beaches and Harry
Galliver of the Phoenix National bank,
who is going to San Diego and Los
Ajigeles for an outing.
DISLOCATED SHOULDER. Jose
Trujillo was a street car passenger for
Five Points during the storm Friday
night. Arriving at his destination he
slipped in some manner as he alighted
from the car, and falling dislocated his
shoulder. He came back down town
and reported his ttiisfortune to the
police who took hira to the city phy
sician where his Injury was dressed.
Yesterday he came back to the- city
hall and having no proper place to go
pending his recovery he was recom
mended to the county poor farm where
he will probably be taken today.
WILL TOUR CALIFORNIA.yMr.
and Mrs. Belt Fine left last night on
their ninth annual pilgrimage to the
sea and to visit California friends and
relatives. Mr. Fine said It was his
purpose to slip his feet under his fath
er's table once more and lay around a
week or two to rest and fatten up aft
er which he has planned an automo
bile trip over the state until he gets
tired or the machine plays out. His
brother, who is in the newapnper busi
ness in Santa Ana, has a fine machine
that has been placed at Belt's disposal
and it is his purpose to slam it over
the California, roads until the ball
time of the
lng the hot
how to fit
sizes and kinds, so you can be given
We can supply your wants,
have them selling from 3Gc up.
ELVEY & HU LETT
A mall order If you can't come.
OUR COOL COMFORTABLE STORE
WE HAVE A Comrt-CTC LINH OF
DUSTERS, BUGGY CANOPIES AND
OTHER SUMMER ViOODS. LOOK
OVER OUR LINE OF SINGLE AND
DOUBLE DRIVING HARNESS BE
SADDLE AND HARNESS CO.
8PURS AND BITS.
40 West Washington St.
Telephone Red 131.
bearings are worn down to the small
est sized bird shot. Incidentally he is
goingto scatter Salt river valley liter
ature and sing her praises from the
housetops as he travels, and where
ever possible pick up iinters that
will be worth while to himself and his
neighbors when he gets bac k again.
TRIED AND FOUND WANTING.
Officer Troutman arrested a drunken
man yesterday and just as he got to
the city hall some bystanders. remark
ed jocosely that they were his friends
and that the police had no right to
throw him in as he was not drunk
anyway. This stiffened his back and
he was easily convinced of his sobrie
ty. Every time it rains the areaway
in the basement fills an inch or two
with water and the officer In order
to give the man a tryout as to his so
briety told him If he would walk down
the steps and back again without help
they would let him go. He went down
all right, then turned to wave the hand
of victory" when his feet slipped out
from under him and down he went
after the manner of McGinty, then in
he went to the jail after the manner of
COMMITTED SUICIDE One of
the most remarkable cases of suicide
that ever occurred in Phoenix took
place last evening In the store of
A. W. Galpin, on Washington street.
Ail afternoon California Jack, the
snake charmer, had been giving an
exhibition in Mr. Gulpln's show win
dow, which is ieopled with snakes
of variegated sizes, colors and vari
eties, from innocent bull snakes to
sidewinders and rattlers, including
the big twelve rattled reptile known
as Sanisyn, that has not eaten any
thing for a year or over. Samson
was as big .around as an average
womn's arm and was bright and
shiny in his new skin, which re
cently supplanted an old one. He
was seemingly good natured all day
and responded affectionately to the
caresses of California Jack, who be
stowed special attention upon him.
In the eveiyng Jack went to put
Samson in his little bed In a box
and he sulked about it at first, then
vigorously inserted his fangs into his
own body and died in aliout fifteen
Rip Van Winkle.
Rip Van Winkle returned from his
long sleep looking fresh us a daisy
and made his way to the village
barber shop, not only because he
needed a hair cut and shave, but
also becaiMse he wished to catch
up on the news. ,
"Let's see," said he to the barber
after he was safely tucked in tho
chair', "I've been asleep twenty years,
"Yep,',' replied the tonsorialist.
"Have I missed much?"
"Nope, we bin standin' pat."
"Has congress done anything yet?"
"Not a thing."
"Jerome done anything."
"Panama canal built?"
"Bryan been elected?"
"Well, say.!' said Rip. rising tip In
the chair,- "never mind shaving the
other side of my face. I'm going
back to sleep again." Success Mag
The best way not to spend your
money foolishly Is not to have it to
The Alrdome presents Monday, July
20, "Marvo," Handcuff 'King. He la a
YOUR VACATION PLEASURES
Will be incomplete, without the daily
Republican's visit. Do not miss a
single issue. Phone Main 47, and give
the address or addresses, where you
want The Republican sent; same price
by mail, 75 cents per montb.
without one if you are DUnUC
It's very dangerous auju-lllUnt
year, but more so Jur-
months. We know just f,AJ
them, and we carry all
S going on vacations should call
5 and see our big line of
BILL BOOKS, , .
j; Our prices are reasonable.
STATIONERY AND NEWS CO.
S 11-13 N. Center St. E
DESIGNS ON THE SHAH.
St. Petersburg, July IS. A special
from Teheran says several arrests
have been made at Llakhoff In con
nection with the discovery of a plot
to kill the shah of Persia.
Something of a Forgetter.
The most forgetful man has been
found. He lives in a little town in
the upper part of York county,
Maine. He fell ill with symptoms
indicating appedicitis and submitted
to an operation. To their great sur
prise and embarrassment, the sur
geons found that the appendix had
already been removed. The patient
afforded the necessary explanation
when he recovered from the ether by
stating that he rememliered then,
"come to think of It," that he had
been through a similar oeration
two years ago. Kansas City Journal.
Necessity a Harsh Master.
When the artist hail finished his
scenic sketch of the stretch of woods
skirting the suburban road, he looked
up and beheld a serious-faced Irish
man, whom he had previously not
Iced digging In a trench by the
roadside, gazing queerly at his can
"Well," said the artist familiarly,
"do you suppose you could make a
picture like that?"
The- Irishman mopped his forehead
a moment, and, with a deep sigh,
"Sure; a mon c'n do anything if
he's driv to ut!"
The Worst Yet.
There was a man in Atchison
Whose pants had rough patchison.
He found them great,
He'd often state.
To scratch his parlor matchison.
A spectacular celebration, the
features of which will be a
variety of athletic contests be
tween the fApache, Maricopa
and Pima Indians on
commencing at 2 p.m. Among
the attractions will be baseball
games for tribal championship
and a big
'Excursion rates from Phoe
nix; round trip 50c; from
Tempo 35c Train will leave
Phoenix at 12:30, city time, re
turning leave Mesa at 7:15, city
GENERAL ADMISSION 25c.
Have You Used Crystal Vel
vet or Borax?
For a pleasant and delightful bath try either of these. They soften
the water and are guaranteed to have a soothing effect 60 cents
a can at , i t, j2ili.ill 4a
! V H I H"M"M ! I 'M"I"K-H"t"M"K"M .M-M-M-M-M H'iK"H' M' i I 'M-
is your friend in the sMinmer
time, with bis Soaps, Powders,
Perfumes and Toilet Waters. Re
ciprocate his friendship by giving
his goods a 'r;;u.
Berryfiill's Big Book Store
THE THIRSTY MAN'S RETREAT
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Among those registered at the Com
mercial yesterday were: L,. E. Robin
son of Welsh, La.; V. S. Marlar of
Mery. Ariz.; C: C Collins of Walnut
Grove, and Henry Samloz of Tcmpe.
' The following named guests register
er at the Hotel Adams yesterday:
Harry Boutworth. C. Whitridgt and
wife. City; F. P. Cm ice. Prescott;. W.
G. Peters. Chicago; M. O. Johnson,
Los Angeles; Mrs. Abbott, Maricopa;
Guy L. Ji nes. Silver Pell; S. U. Leon
ard, Denver: B. Cn.well, Bascoin Lit
tle. Cleveland; Frank C. Hatch, New
If the carrier fails to leave The Re
publican at your address any day noti
fy the office before noon and a spe
WATER COOLERS AND FREEZERS
THE QUALITY OF OUR LINE IS THE HIGHEST WE CAN GET.
AND THE PRICES ARE AS LOW AS WE CAN MAKE THEM.
15 East Washington Street
"Oh for a Camera!"
You need not OWE for one, the
prices are so ridiculously low. We
have them from $1.00 up to 135.00.
The Eastman line. The lYemo. line.
You can't afford to siend your hard
earned money on a vacation, without
bringing some of- it home- in your
Have you seen the new Post Cards
In our window?
The Store That Carries the Stock.
E. L. ANDREWS & SON.
rial un ais oiuic
NO BEAUTY UNADORNED
can compare with the one wearing
our jewelry. The sparkle of gems
gives an added lustre to the eyes
of the proud wearer. If you are
thinking of making some one a
present let it be jewelry and that
jewelry ours. Then you will be
assured a quality that you can
rely upon; a moderation in price
that makes giving easy.
6 & 5 E. Washington St.
i .K..H..H-I I I I 'I 1"M- ! 8 M"1"M"K-S-?-
WE MAKE A SPE
CIALTY OF CAR
JNG FOR ORDERS
FOR THE SUM
MER COLONY AT
PHONE OR WRITE
Wetzler's .Cash Grocery f
Phone Black 961.
35 W. Wash. St
1 1 I 1 ! II I 1 1 I 11 I 1 I I
rial messenaer will deliver it. We
expect subscribers to get their paper
every day in the year, and unless
i they advise us of poor service we
j cannot properly serve them. PHONE
; MAIN 47.
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A SEE OUR NEW LINE OF ?
t MEN'S SHIRTS AND LADIES' t
f The White House
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WE ARE ENGAGED
in the general Jewelry business and
have made a reputation for sterling
honesty. We are constantly getting
up new designs in Rings, Pins, Brace
lets, Lockets, Brooches, Chains, etc..
and our Watches for both ladies and
gentlemen are well known to be ac
curate time keepers. Clocks and
Bronzes, Silver Ornaments, Diamonds
and precious stones, of all kinds.
F. A. Hilderbran & Co.
Phone Red 231L 10-12 W, Waslu