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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1909.
Slip knife blade under edge of
iap. draw all round and raise no
twisting or straining. Press cap
firmly down and seal is airtight.
Keeps fruit perfectly. The cheap
est and best wide-mouthed, clear
glass fruit jar. See it here today.
The Schram Automatic
Lever Frnit Jar
is the greatest jar ever made
and has won its way to a place
above every fruit Jar made.
Nice, clear, good glass. Pints,
11.00; quarts, J 1.25; half gals.,
11.50. And the beauty of it all
is we are selling these jars at a
price as low as the lower pricefl
jars have usually sold here and
must result in forcing others
down, for no housewife would
ever buy any other at the same
Call and see the Schram Jar.
Davidson's Cash Store
22-24 West Washington St. t
Phoenix, Arizona. y
Vote For th"Center St. Bridge
and a Greater Phoenix. j
To See or Not to See
is the Question
WHEN YOU HAVE
pain back of the eyes, frequent head
aches or the eyes blur, nature is
sounding a signal of distress this is
a warning to come here for an ex
amination of the eyes. Protect the
eyes from strain and there is no
reason why you should not have good
sight to ripe old age.
DR. E. MUNSON
118 West Washington Street.
try our Root Beer? The
most delicious that you
ever drank. Lots of ice
and cold as it can be
made just the thing
these warm days.
LARSON DRUG CO.
N. W. Corner Center and Wash
M i l I M"M 1 t 1 1 M I H I t I I I I
HOME BAKING CO.'S f
: MILL END SALE. I
Small Flour Sacks,
' '. each ...... lc
Large Flour Sacks,
each 2c ;:
;: This sale will con
; : tinue for ten days. ' '
&M"fr -H 1 H"l 'H 'M'ii 1 ! ! ! ! 1
Vandeville and Pictures
"ITS THE SHOW"
Moore & McLellan
Undertaker and Embalmers.
19 West Adams Street
Telephone Main 122.
Daily Weather Report f
f Local Dally Weather Report for
I Forecast for today- Fair.
I Data for 24 hours ending 6:30 ;
T p. m. yesterday.
a. m p. m.
Forecast for today Fair.
X Barometer, inches ..29.72 29.61''
f Temperature, degrees 35 24 v
X Dew Doint. deerens..3K 94
jX Humidity, per cent.. 44 10
ind direction . . . . E W
Wind velocity, miles 4 9
I Rainfall, Inches 0 .0
Weather Clear Clear
Mean daily humidity 27
Mean dally temperature 72
Highest temperature 89
Lowest temperature 66
Total daily rainfall 00
X Accumulated excess In temper- T
f ature since January 1, 33 de- X
Accumulated, deficiency In
X rainfall since January 1, 1 29-
li. N. JESUNOFSKY.
Section Director. .-.
I Of Local Interest
A NEW SON Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Montgomery of 127 North - Tenth
avenue are rejoicing In the arrival of
a fine eight and a half pound boy at
their home yesterday.
C. M. E. CHURCH SOUTH Rev.
Z. Z. Johnson, pastor of the Colored
M. E. chuch south, will hold services
in Lam son hall on Sunday as fol
lows: Sunday school 11: IS a. m.;
preaching, "Christ the Good Shepard"
at 7:45 p. m. Everybody Invited.
STODDARD VISITS MINES. L T.
Stoddard will leave today for Stod
dard, Ariz., on a brief -visit to his
LEFT LAST NIGHT D. W. Pol
lard left last evening for Douglas,
where he will spend Sunday, then
proceed to Globe to confer with offi
cials of the Miami Copper company.
concerning the proposed erection of
a Y. M. C. A. building at Miami.
VISITOR FROM MEXICO Gates
M. Fowler, who is now a distinguished
member of the American colony re
siding in Guadalajara, Mexico, arrived
here a day or two ago on business
and incidentally to see his old time
FIRST M. E. CHURCH Rev. J. A.
Geisslnger, .pastor, will preach in the
First M. E. church Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock. There will be no ser
vice in the evening on account " of
the baccalaureate sermon to the high
school class to be delivered by Rev.
Orville Coats in the Baptist church.
WANT IT CHANGED TO "CEN
TRAL AVENUE." A petition will be
presented to the city council at its
next meeting Monday night asking
that Center street from the Salt canal
to the city limits be changed to
Central avenue. The petition is sign
ed by practically every resident and
property owner on this part of the
street There was but one . man who
offered any objections. He said thai
he was satisfied with "street" and
that "avenue" was too tony for him.
prints and discharges a
copy every second. A
novice can operate. Let
THE McNEIL GO.
FOR JUNIOR CLERK A civil ser
vice examination will be held in the
weather bureau- office Tuesday, May
26, beginning at 8:30 a.m., by Jay
D. Stannard, secretary of the local
board. The examination will be to
secure ellgibles for the position of
junior clerk in the reclamation ser
GRATEFUL MOTHERS At the
regular monthly meeting otHie West
End Child's Study Circle, held Thurs
day evening, ft was unanimously de
cided to send the following through
the rress: "We wish to express our
hearty thanks to all those who so
kindly assisted in making 'the lawn
social, held Tuesday evening, such a
grand success." The proceeds taken
in on that night were 141.10.
THE WATER The total water
measurement at Richlns' station yes
terday was 640 second feet or 25.600
miners inches. ; The contribution from
the Salt river was 120 feet greater
than the day before or nearly 5000
inches. The amount In the canals yes
terday was 23,000 Inches or 4000 inches
more than the day before, a very
pleasing increase. If this flow lasts
only a few days longer "everybody's
patch will be well soaked tip. Already
the complaints at headquarters ' are
practically ; over, little Is heard now
from the beet and cantaloupe men and
the pastures are getting what's coming
to them. The water cannot get every
where all at once but it is making fine
progress and the most needful crops
have been watered .under most of the
canals. It is hard to appreciate the
slowness with, -which the water comes
down from Roosevelt, even when it is
known to be on the way, though yes
terday's : gain in the river was really
greater than was expected. It should
be borne in mind that In one sense the
river Is like the reservoir in that it has
storage capacity. That is, before a
rise of an inch In the river can be
maintained, the whole river between
Granite Reef and the dam must be
filled up an inch. Roughly estimated
it takes fifty second feet a day to
raise the water a tenth of a foot. Of
course the water is there and is not
wasted only It would give a run of a
day or so after it was shut off at the
the Center St Bridge
SHOES FOR WELL DRESSERS
- - Without a doubt we have the
classiest line of women's and children's
Shoes in Phoenix.
Just received an extensive li ne of Laird Schober Shoes for
women and children, the highest grade shoes on the American
market New shapes in oxfords, pumps, with buckles, straps, etc.
Also a new shipment of H. W. Merrlam's ladles' and children's foot
gear for summer wear. Don't miss seeing them at least Prices as
always? are right
8 West Washington.
-r DRY - FARMING A . correspondent
of The Republican on rural route 3
recites the fact of a very successful
effort at dry farming northwest of
Phoenix this year. Yesterday G. G.
Whitney brought to the board of trade
i a sample of wheat that indicates that
! he would have made a success also
; if he had had enough seed. The sam
j pie brought In stands six feet and
; one-Inch high and the heads are well
j filled. The wheat was grown on the
leave Creek road north of the Arizona
canal and had no Irrigation. It is of
the Macaroni variety and was planted
merely as an experiment. Mr. Whit
ney only had a tobacco ack full of
the seed wheat which was brought
from Dakota, but he has raised a nice
little crop off the few yards ' this
amount of seed would cover.
" BASE BALL SUNDAY The Phoe
nix team will cross bats with the
Mesa Indian nine next Sunday after
noon at three o'clock for the first time
this year. The game is very likely to
be a pitcher's battle from start to fin
ish. Scott, the well known Indian
pitcher will twirl 'for Mesa and Qulros
for Phoenix. Scott made his reputa
tion at Globe when he pitched against
a professional nine and allowed them
but six hits. Quiros is well known
among the Phoenix fans as he has
pitched many games here. He has
had bad luck this year with his arm
but it is now in good shape again.
The Indians have a fast bunch and
the Phoenix boys expect a hard game.
Beside Quiros the Phoenix nine will
have as reserve pitchers Delgado, Don
ovan and Grijalva. McGoffln will um
pire. NEWSBOYS' OUTING F. Grant
Smith, superintendent of circulation
for The Republican, has planned a
day afield for his regiment of news
boys tomorrow. The carriers, sales
men, and mailing department total a
youthful population of about forty,
and they will leave The Republican
Office about 9 o'clock in the morning
for some inviting spot in the vicinity
of Camelback mountain. .The day
will be spent in revelry and youth
ful sport, games, ' ball ' and whatever
appeals to the youngsters. Should
some of them return with their shirts
on wrong side out it may be taken
as evidence that they have been in
swimming, but that all depends on
whether they find a good place or
not. There will be a pie eating con
test and the chief feature of the diq
ner will be a magnificent Mulligan
stew. To provide some of the need
fuls for the stew, some of the toys
will spend today in hunting white
wings, so there will be no excuse for
carrying guns .along on the picnic.
Boys and guns make rather a danger
bus combination when there are too
many of them in one mess and it Is
not designed to mix any tragedy with
the Incident which is planned for a
comedy performance all the way
through. Among the features will be
a newsboys' band, for The Republican
kids are musical as well as noisy.
A FUGITIVE'S NARROW ESCAPE
Sheriff Jack White of Tombstone ar
rived in the city yesterday. He no
ticed on the train - at Fairbanks a
young man whose face seemed
strangely familiar. The sheriff thought
he had seen him somewhere and he
spent a good deal of time trying to re
fresh his memory. He felt that the
stranger was a man wanted some
where but he could not recall where
or for what. So sure was he that the
fellow was a fugitive of some sort that
he asked the conductor of the east
bound train from Benson to notice
where he left the train. On his arrival
here he called at the office of the sher
iff and noticed hanging on the wall an
advertisement for the capture of a man
by the name of Clyde Taylor, who had
escaped from Jail at Santa Ana, Cal.
He was the man with whom the sheriff
had traveled to Benson.
LONGEST TICKET EVER SOLD
The longest ticket, in a linear sense,
ever sold from a Phoenix ticket office,
was purchased from the Santa office
yesterday bv W. D. O'Neil, the L. C.
Smith typewriter man. It wan a back
east excursion ticket and was just four
feet and four Inches In length. It will
take Mr. O'Neil over thirteen roads
and before he returns to Phoenix he
will have traveled approximately 8,000
miles. There are twenty-one coupons
on the ticket. O'Neil took advantage
of the offer of the Santa Fe to book
himself over its diversified routes,
and has taken the longest possible way
of getting to New Tork. He will leave
this morning for Kansas City and
from, there via Memphis, Atlanta Rich
mond, Washington and Philadelphia,
will ultimately reach New Tork. On
his return the ticket takes him as far,
as Denver, from where he will buy
an A. Y. P. fair ticket for Seattle. He
will return to- Phoenix about July 1.
In the meanwhile, his famous horse,
"Chlcklets," will be put out to pastur
age in a Mormon alfalfa field at Mesa.
Don't miss seeing the Fitzalmmons-
Jef fries pictures, as well as John L.
Sullivan and Jack Kilrain.
See Dr. Swlgert for correct glasses.
17 E. Adams St. Phone Red 24(1.
THE STORE OF
A Fit For.
IN GREAT PROFUSION
And Many Other Beautiful Things at
Bailee's Big Curio Store.
A new stock og Navajo bracelets
has been received at Balke's Big Cu
rio Store. These have settings and
they supply a want which has existed
for some time, as the stock has been
depleted of babies' bracelets of this
kind and also "of those of medium and
large size for ladies. There is also a
new line of hat pins, plain, silver or
set with turquols, all very beautiful.
Attention is also called again to the
large stock of graduation presents In
almost endless variety. There are
Mexican filigree silver bracelets and
cut coin bracelets. There are brooch
pirts set in gold stone, petrified wood,
malachite and chrysldolite; there are
crosses and pendents in petrified wood,
goldstone, moss agate and chrysldolite
and gold mounted penholders fn moss
agate, Arizona onyx and goldstone.
WE RECEIVE DALLY FRESH SHIPMENTS
, Raspberries New Potatoes
Cherries Green Peas
Apples '. Squash
UNEEDA BISCUIT 5c PER PACKAGE.
35 W. WASH. ST. , PHONE MAIN 259.
SADDLES & HARNESS
Look us over before buying.
SADDLE AND HARNESS CO.
SPURS AND BITS. '
4 Wert Washington St'
Telephone , Main - 69 -
F. B. Baptist & Co.
ERY & NEWS STORE
11-13 N. Center St.
Let us show you our
fine line of Drawn
"Work. The proper gift
for the coming grad
uate. DONT FORGET
that the size of your order doesn't
matter. Big or little, we always give
it the most prompt and careful at
tention. If you cannot come to the
store and leave your order, kindly
use the phone. Our delivery system
covers the city daily.
VALLEY TEA & COFFEE HOUSE.
Phone - Red 2601.
These are only a very few of the many
suitable presents offered at the Big
In expectation that friends would
remember them at graduation time,
several boys and girls have called at
the store and have Indicated the things
that would please them. " Thus the
proprietor has been given a line which
will enable him to greatly assist those
friends if they will J carry out the
wishes of the willing beneficiaries.
Hit Hi HI I i I I 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 11
i PERSONAL MENTION i
iiiniini! hi 1 1 1 M i tun
Guests at the Hotel Adams are: J.
M. Jackson, Asia, Fork; R. D. Hand,
New York City; C. H. Gatchel, Los
Angeles; L. McGrath, Kelvin; Charles
F. Watklns, Tucson; A. T. Mehle, Chi
cago; J. B. McCune, Bostoti; Roy C.
Bryant. Boston: C. M. Wadley, St.
Louis: Roy D. Adams, San Francisco;
Roscoe Connell, El Paso.
At the Kord are: F. W. Davis and
wife, Albuquerque; George F. Short,
Los Angeles; Louis Degan, Denver;
F. V. Smith. Santa Fe; T. J. Webb,
Robert L. Webb, Phoenix: W. J.
Parkinson. Denver; W. H. Palmer, J.
R. Cox, Wenden; F. P. Weber, El
Paso; J. B. Howland, Los Angeles; A.
W. Barlow. Chicago; Ben Smith, Los
Angeles; H. M. Harris, Roosevelt; P.
G. Carney, Mesa; L. S. Judel, San
Diego; Mrs. C. N. Lowell, Tucson; C.
A. Arroway, Kelvin; K. O. Miner.
TALBOT & HUBBARD.
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I I I I I I I I II i I I I I I I I I I I I I II
E. THOMA MANUFACTURING CO.
Salesroom 22 S. Third
T 1 1 i i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 n n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Have That Picture
Berr) hill's BiV Book Store
"The Thirsty Man's
Vote For Center Street
Bridge and a Greater
wanted for Phoenix, Tempe
Mrs. M. A. Stevens, Mgr.
42 N. Fourth Ave.
EASTERLING & WHITNEY
til W. Wae!aM
Strictly on the European plan. Rooms
by the day, week or month. Finest
Bar and Club rooms In the Southwest
BROW, SMITH & BELCHER
Frank J. O'Brien
Tacsom. Branches In Fkosalz
tooks, Bonds and Produee.
Private Leased Wire to all
R. D. HIGHTOWER, Mansser.
Phone Main 232. Hotel Adams.
Sold, Rented and Repaired.
ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO.
Tel. Black 8S34.
V. R. Norrie, Prop.
A.H"lit"t"t"l'Ii'l"l"I'l""I"t'l 1 H'HHI
YOU'LL GET THE BEST i
There's quality about what we have to serve and excellence about
Ithe way we serve If
Phone Red 2021.
YE BENS FRENCH KITCHEN. 2
9-11 E. Washington St.
You can "save" 50 cents when vou buv a saw. and waste
$50 worth of time, temper, muscle and material trying to
use it. But the man who appreciates a saw that stays sharp
and runs easy will do as most carpenters do use
Atkins l&f Hand Saws
The fastest, easiest, cleanest catting saw In the world. Made of Atkins
Silver Steal. yed aiy in Atkins Saw better stael then you'll find in
most rators. The blade keeps its shape and the teeth seldom need filing.
Only the teeth touch the wood, becausa the blade is taper-ground, and
an t "stick" or "bind." The Atkins Perfection Handle avoids the nsnal
cramping of the wrist. It will par von to throw awav a poor saw and
buy an Atkins. See that oar name to on the blade. If ron're sorry after
yon buy it, take it back to the dealer sod your money will be instantly
A BARREL OF WATCHES
are thrown away every year need
lessly. If you have one that Isn't
going right don't throw it away. If
it can be repaired we can do it. We
have made many a watch as good as
new which the owner had about made
up his mind was not worth repairing.
Bring in yours and have us look at
It. Not only watches, but Clocks and
Jewelry, too. Our charges are mod
erate. 8 and 8 East Washington Street.
I I l-ll I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I f
Avenue. Phone Main 361. I
1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
MORDEN'S BIG SECOND
Buys, sells and rents stoves.
New and second hand fur
niture, stores and ranges.
WHAT MONEY WILL DO AT
D.W.Williams Grocery Co
No. 42 No. 1ut Ave.
IS lbs. Beet Sugar for.. 81.00
15 lbs. Cane Sugar for.. 81.00
I cans any kind of Lye...-25et
Columbian Pie Pumpkin,
Gallon can Pie Pumpkin. 4oet
Gal can Pie Blackberries 50et
GaL can Pie Peaches 50
Gallon can Pie Apricots. ..45
Gallon can Pie Apples 45t
Armour's Pork and Beans,
Vancamp's Pork and Beans,
If you wane It quick
Phone Main 173.
exercised ' by skilled
workmen in all depart
ments is the reason our
patrons are satisfied.
Our services will please
215 W. Jeff. 8b Phone Main 15.
18 1 .H' I 1 1 1 1' M.'H'.MnH"! I !
i G. A. Streltz, County Surveyor.
STREITZ & THOMPSON 1
U. S. Mineral Surveyors
City, country and mineral sur-
T veys. Mine work. Engineering
T designs. Estimates and Con
Room 6 Monihon Block. X
Phone Red 924L
H I r H r I'M1 1 H 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 ! ! I I f
You Must Stop
FOR A WARM ROOM AND
A QUIET NIGHTS REST
THE WILLIAMS HOUSE
41 S. 1st Ave.
II1H1II II I I 1 1' I1 1 M"8' 11 I ill-
11 W. Washington St X
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