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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1908.
DO YOU WANT TO SEE
HOTEL OR FAMILY
RANGE IN THE WORLD?
See our line of Monarch Malleable
THE MONARCH PAYS FOR IT
SELF. Every woman would like to
have a perfect range, one that would
turn out iieautifully browned loaves
of bread, cakes and pies, baked just
as much on one side as another.
It is not true economy to keep on
using that old range or cook stove,
nor to buy that common steel range
because it costs a few dollars less
than a Monarch. LET US SHOW
YOU HOW thwe Monarch is built,
riveted like a steam boiler. LET US
SHOW you how the Malleable Iron
in Monarch Ranges will withstand
the intense heat that would burn ia
the grey iron in common ranges.
LET US EXPLAIN the Duplex
Draft. LET US DEMONSTRATE
all of these things and the hundred
and one other Monarch Features that
go to make up range perfeotion.
THEN YOU WILL REALIZE how it
is that the Monarch would do your
work with less fuel, less time, less
labor than now required.
Call and let us show you the larg
est line of Ranges and Furniture in
Davidson's Cash Store
How- often have you r.sked your
self the question, "IX iy eyes need
help? Do my glasses need chang
ing?" Why not settle it today by
coming in and letting me test them
for you? Glasses are not recom
mended if not needed.
DR. E. MUNSON
118 W. Washington St.
Honesty In prescription work is
our watchword. However much
we may know about medicines
we never pit our knowledge
against that of your doctor.
You can bring your prescription
to us, knowing t.iat 3'ou will get
just what your doctor has or
dered, and that, too, at a price
that will suit you.
LARSON DRUG CO.
N. W. Cor. Center and Wash
You Must Stop
FOR A COOL ROOM AND
A QUIET NIGHT'S REST
THE WILLIAMS HOUSE
Patronize Home In-
idustry. Help me
and save money,
too, by buying your
Trunk, Suit Case or
Bag at the
PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY.
43J W. Washington St. Tel. Red 8394.
Old Trunks taken In exchange.
OUR "OLIVETTE BRAND
OLIVE OIL, RIPE AND
GREEN OLIVES HAVE TAK
EN FIRST PREMIUM FOR
THE FOUR YEARS OF THE
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Daily Weather Report f
Local Daily Weather Report for X
The Arizona Republican.
Forecast for today: Fair.
Barometer. Inches ..30.07 30.00
Temnerature. regrees 61 73
Dew point, degrees.. 28 38
Humidity, per cent.. 28 28 J.
Wind direction .. ..K NV
Wind velocity, miles 8 4
Rainfall, inches 0 0 i
Weather Cloudy. PtCldy. f
Mean daily humidity 28 X
Mean daily temperature 68
Highest temperature 79
Lowest temperature 56
Total dally rainfall 00
Accumulated deficiency In
tenperature since January 1,
Accumulated excess in rainfall
fall since January 1, 1.68 inches. T
L. N. JESUNOFSKY. ;
Section Director. .
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I OF LOCAL INTEREST
MISS MILLER BETTER Miss Em
ma Miller of Teme, who was taken
sick in .Phoenix last Saturday, was
a little better yesterday and is stay
ing at the home of W. P. Dowell on
Van Buren street.
GOING TO CASTLE HOT
SPRINGS Dr. Grant Montcal and
wife leave tomorrow morning to spend
a month at Castle Hot Springs. The
doctor will take a much needed rest
at this popular resort.
THE LADIES' AID The Ladies
Aid Society of the First Baptist
church will hold its regular meeting
in the church parlors Friday after
noon at 2:30 o'clock. A full attend
ance of the members is requested as
business of Importance Is to be trans
acted. CHILD STUDY CIRCLE The Child
Study Circle of the University school
will meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock
in the Five Points school room. The
program is in the hands of Mrs. Dos
ter and Miss Stauffer and promises
to be unusually interesting. All moth
ers and others interested in the study
are cordially invited to attend.
A JUSTICE'S OFFICE Captain P.
P. Parker, justice of the peace-elect,
is having offices fixed up at No. 17
South First avenue, adjoining the of
fices of Justice Johnstone, so that lit
igants can take their choice. Thus
the seats of justice are to be re
moved finally from Wall street, which
enjoyed a monopoly on them for many
A REVISION PRAYED FOR A bill
was filed in the district court yester
day on behalf of Jack Gibson the prin
cipal defendant In the suit of Lucy
Ellen -Gibson against the defendant,
G'jb Hirschfeld, Lee Perkins and
James Gibson a divorce and an Injunc
tion suit combined. The divorce de
cree awarded the custody of a minor
child, Floyd M. Gibson, alternately for
six months In the year to the plaintiff
and the principal defendant. The lat
ter now asks for a revision of that de-'
cree giving him the sole custody of
the child. The complaint states that
since the granting of the decree the
child has been In the custody of the
defendant only one year altogether,
that the mother took him to California
out of the jurisdiction of the court and
that he Was kept there until last Sep
tember when the defendant brought
him to Arizona. The defendant alleges
that he is amply able to provide for
the child and to educate him while the
plaintiff is not. The original decree
was granted on December 24, 1900.
RACKENSACK RETURNING Last
summer E. G. Cave, better known
throughout this country for the last
thirty years as Rackensack, left for
Missouri, where he expected to "enter
the Confederate Home. He intended
first to visit a sister at Moberly. For
a great many years he had been a
charge on this county and It was
with a sense of financial relief that
his departure was noted, though Rack
ensack personally was held in high es
teem. He was well along In years
and it was not supposed that he would
be an inmate of the Home very long.
It was therefore with some surprise
that a telegram was received at the
office of the board of supervisors
from the mayor of Fort Worth, Tex.,
saying that E. G. Cave was there,
stranded, and that the city would pay
half of his fare to Phoenix if the
board would pay the other half. That
is Impossible. It is stretching the law
a little to pay any part of the fare
of an Indigent out of the country
and it would be a plain violation of it
to pay any part of their fare Into
NOW CANDIDLY, DON'T
YOU WANT TO IMPROVE
We have the best Loose Leaf
Opposite Court House.
this county. It is fully expected
though that . Rackensack will find his
way back to Phoenix. When It comes
to the pinch, Fort Worth will proba
bly pay all of the fare.
TWO BIKES AND A TIRE Pa
tiently awaiting their owners at the
police station are two bikes, one an
Envoy and the other nameless. They
will be returned to their owners on
proper identification. There is also a
rubber tire from a buggy wheel which
the owner can have by producing the
FRENCH & CO. DID NOT MOVE
In an item In The Republican yester
day it was stated that the Wiley B.
Allen Co. moved 'into the store occu
pied by French & Co. leaving the Im
pression that French & Co. had re
moved to other quarters. They will
continue to do business at the same
place, a part of the building being oc
cupied by the Allen company.
LOST A WATCH One of the few
cases of theft during fair week was re
ported to Marshall Moore by letter yes
terday. John Browning of Wicken
burg says he lost a valuable, gold
watch while walking from the railway
station to Washington street Saturday
morning. The watch was engraved on
the inside with the owner's name and
on the outside bore the letter "J." Just
why he did not report the loss of the
watch when it occurred. Browning did
THOUGHT SMITH WAS ELECTED
A fierce argument based on political
conditions terminated in a fight Tues
day which brought Lorenzo Granada
and A. Castillo Into Judge Johnson's
court yesterday where the men were
each fined J7. The argument started
over a misunderstanding between the
men as to whether Cameron or Smith
had been elected. Granada punctuated
his assertion that Smith was elected by
hitting Castillo over the head with a
crowbar. The fight occurred at Harri
son and Fourth streets. Castillo ap
peared !n court with his head bound
up and said through an interpreter that
he did not care who was elected.
Fall Shoes rue Ready
Sir: A splendid show
ing of Shoes of un
H. A. DIEM. SHOE COMPANY
A SUIT FOR DAMAGES Suit was
begun in district court yesterday by
C. W. McKee against the Southern
Pacific company for the recovery of
$1 4R.76 the amount of damage sustain
ed by a car of potatoes consigned to
the plaintiff from nervals. Ore., in De
cember of 1905. The car was sixteen
days in transit and n-hen it reached
Phoenix the contents were found to be
in bad shape. Mr. McKee states that
that was admitted by the railroad of
ficials and he was advised by them to
take the car go over the contents, and
put in a claim for the amount of dam
age that had been sustained from
freezing and other causes. The claim
after considerable delay was finally
refused. Hence, the present action.
GOVERNMENT WANTS HELP
Among the civil service examinations
to be held in the near future for the
certification of eligibles are the fol
lowing: for assistant inspector of in
candescent lamps in the quartermast
er's department at large, Washington,
at a salary- of $840 per annum, age lim
it 20 years or over. Miscellaneous
computer in tiie naval observatory.
Washington and similar vacancies at
from $1,000 to $1,200 per annum, men
only 20 years or over, but preference
to be given those under 35, examination
to be in mathematics, astromony, com
putation, training and experience: male
assistant in naval observatory, Wash
ington, and similar vacancies at $1,000
per annum subjects of examination,
elementary mathmatics, calculus, as
tromony, training etc., males only, 20
years or over, but preferences given to
men under 33 piece work computer in
nautical almanac office, navy depart
ment and similar vacancies, at from
$700 to $900 per annum. For the last
named position the government partic
ularly urges applications as it has been
difficult to secure a sufficient number
of competent persons. All these ex
aminations will be held on December
9, or December 9 and 10.
OPPORTUNITIES IN THE PHIL
IPPINES The United States civil
service commission announces an ex
amination on December 29-30, 1908, at
the places mentioned in the list print
hcreon, to fill a large number of va
cancies in the positions of clerk and
teacher in the Philippine service. The
entrance salary of the majority of
male nppolntees will be $1200 per an
num, although some appointments
may be made at. salaries of $1000 or
$1100, based upon the experience and
the relative standing In the examina
tion, and they will be eligible for pro
motion up to $2000 per annum for
teachers. Eligibility in the assistant
examination is required for promotion
to the positions of division superin
tendent, which carry salaries ranging
from $1600 to $3000. The work of
American men teachers is largely of a i
supervisory, character, and the higher
MEDICINES FOR SLIGHT ILLS OR SERIOUS
SICKNESS SIMPLE OR TIIE MOST COMPLEX
PRESCRIPTIONS ARE PUT UP BY US CARE
FULLY SCIENTIFICALLY AND ARE PURE AND
Say to the
Clerk "I saw
it in The
w Out of town folks, send
HAND MADE STOCK SAD-
DLES, LARGEST and BEST
LINE IN TERRITORY. ALL
KINDS, ALL PRICES.
SADDLE AND HARNESS CO.
SPURS AND BITS.
40 West Washington SL
Telephone Red 131.
positions are filled as vacancies occur
by the promotion of those who havtl
demonstrated their efficiency and
ability In the service. Heretofore the
majority of those qualifying in the as
sistant examination who are willing to
accept appointment ns teacher haveja;ro In a prison uprising of a serious
been selected. Others will be required
In the various clerical and administra
tive offices in the islands. Men only
well be admitted to the examination
for assistant. Women will not be ad
mitted to the teacher examination un
less they are the wives, Immediate
relatives, or financees of men examin
ed for teacher or assistant or appoint
ed to or already employed in the Phil
ippine service as teacher. Each wo
man applicant should state definitely
in her application the name, address.
and relationship of such person. Only
a small proportion of appointments j shipped two carloads of fruit to the
can be made from the female teacher eastern market, one going to Chicago
register, and such appointees usually j and the other to New York. From this
receive entrance salaries of $1000 or time forward the association expects to
1900. It Is desired to secure as many! ship at least one carload every day.
eligibles as possible who are college i
graduates, and especially graduates of j CLUB RUN TO GLEN DALE Pres
polytechnic schools and of agricultural 1,,ent - p- Bullard of the Maricopa
schools and also to secure eligibles , County Automobile club has called
who are graduates of normal schools. ! a clu0 run for a week from next Sat"
Porsons with training and experience urday. The run will be to Glendale,
in industrial work and in agriculture where the motorists will take part
are desired, and preference In appoint- in tne barbecue which Is to celebrate
ment will be given them. The Phil- j tne owning of the beet sugar factor-,
ippine school year begins in the early j SENTENCED TO YUMA Juan
part of June and ends w.th the month ; Va,enzlela who had pleadea guiUy
of March So far as possible all ap- , tQ commIttln(f an . ault
pointments of teachers are made with ' Lui Ramilvz ,ust summer, was
a view to their arrival at Manila be- yeHterday Bentenced by Judge Kent to
fore the beginning of the school year, four , the territorllll prison.
which requires that the appointees sail Valencia is a Yaqui. as Is his vie-
in April or the first week in May. In
una a, i..e c.mraci pen.m oi lo
years ex , res wun tne school year. (
Later sailings are sometimes permit-
ted, but few appointments are made I
during the remainder of the year.
A PARDON GRANTED Governor
Kibbey yesterday announced the Issu
ance of a pardon to Arnulfo Valencia
who has been confined In the territorial
prison at Yuma for several years. The !
pardon was granted on the recommen
dation of Superintendent Thomas Ryn-
ning and the prison physician, who an
nounced that Valencia could at the
most live but a few days longer and .
desired very much to regain his liber-J
ty before death, that he might again
greet his family and enjoy their min-j
i.-ration. Valencia was sent to prison j
H-W-H-K-W"I--H"H"I"i' i-H' I 1 !
The Real Thing
Our customers never get old goods. This
season's styles were cut for this season.
Buying clothes haphazard is a good deal
like fishing, you never know what you've
got. In dealing with us there is no such
element of chance. Whatever we sell we
guarantee to be all that it is represented to be.
Suits $15.00 to $40.00
The McDougall & Cassou Co
J Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Men's Furnishings.
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5 and 7 East
Elvey & Hulett,
us your Drug orders.
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i Post Cards and I
Kodak Albums j;
t We have Just received a very
X complete line of both. Poet T
' Card Albums and Kodak Al-
bums, In all sizes, all styles X
and all prices. Come in and T
x see them. They will Interest. T
1 STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. t
11-13 N. bentae ox. j.
Phono Black 8071.
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We have a special blend In Tea
which is new to Phoenix people. It
has an excellent flavor and is win
ning trade everywhere. Try a pound.
Call for '-Rower's Sture Blend." Our
Teas are getting famous. We fur
nish people of other towns. We can
prove it. Are you from Missouri.
Remember we guarantee all our
Valley Tea & Coffee House
131 N. Center SL
several years ago from Cochise county,
for the crime of burglary. His origin
al sentence would have expired some
time ago. but it was extended on ac
count of his participation a few years
NEW NOTARY Hinson Thomas of
Globe was yesterday appointed a not
GATES OPEN The gates in the
sluicing tunnel at the Roosevelt dam
were raised two or three days
ago and the usual flow of the river
is now coming down to the valley
ORANGE SHIPMENTS The Ari
zona Orange association yesterday
tim. A participant in the assault was i
Jose Romero, who was convicted the
da. before and wno wi Benteneed
GAME WARDENS WANTED A
civil service examination will be held
on Dec. 14 to secure eligibles from
which to make certification to fill
two vacancies In the position of game
warden at $1200 per annum each, in
the forest service. One vacancy is
In the Wichita nationnl forest !n Ok
lahoma and the other is in the Grand
Canyon game preserve within the
Kaibab national forest north of the
Colorado river. There will be similar
vacancies also to fill later. Physical
condition and experience are the two
chief qualifications. The age limits
are 35 to 50 years.
!; "I' ! .H-H44-r-H--H--H-K-4
9-11 E. Washington St., Successors to E. L. Andrews A. Son.
The Store that Carries the Stock
PTROCIDE, the King of Fire Killers, is the best protection and
cheapest insurance. One tube of Pyrocfde has a Fire Fighting Effi
ciency equal to S00 pails of water or 50 gallons of Liquid Chemical.
Ask us about it or send for descriptive booklet
TALBOT & HUBBARD
A IH I til III! HI"! 111! H
Strctly Fresh - - - All Sizes
A. H. MILLER, Mgr IN HOTEL ADAMS
'I'M III III! II I 1 II I
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PEARL AND STAG HANDLED
I Long' Hardware Co.
Center Street Hardware Store
KM-M-M I S I VX - H - W - M - W - W
is now open, and our stock is
larger and better than ever before.
Berryhiirs Big Book Store
"THE THIRSTY MAN'S RE
I Weizler's Gash Grocery
. 35 West Washington Street.
Remember our phone number la
Big Shipment of
i Hand Painted China!
Just in. See the line of plates we
F. A. Hilderbran & Co.,
10-12 West Wash. St.,
FROM A TO Z
Let us do the woA from
start to finish and you
I will be delighted. .
To the owner of a country home, or one remote
from fire protection, this Is a serious problem.
M I III I I' I'll I I I I i f
Pure Drugs f
I Mil t Ml I It I HUH I tMtM
We Are Proud
of our fine display of Thanksgiving
Jewelry which Is now on exhibition.
We have everything that makes the
table attractive on Thanksgiving Day
and we have Just what you want.
Come in early and make your selec
tion while we have a full stock.
6 and 8 East Washington SL
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GIVE US A COMPLIMEN
Brick Codfish, per lb 15c
New Pink Beans, per lb. . . . i
New Navy Beans, 4 lbs...2o
New Lima Beans, 3 lbs...2o
EAT EMPRESS FLOUR.
Coupons in every bag.
Searchlight Matches, 6 box-
California Matches, 6 pack
Large Fat Mackerel 15
Salmon Bellies 12 l-2
We have Heinz Sauerkraut
in bulk. 10c, 3 lbs. for 23
50 to 60 Prunes 12 1"2
D,W. Williams Grocery Co
2 No. First Ave. Phone Main 173
235 E. Washington. Phone Blk. 2031.
Strictly on the European plan. Rooms
by the day, week or month. Finest
Bar and Club rooms In the Southwest.
BROW, SMITH & 6ELCHER
- - Phoenix, Ariz. X