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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1909.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
Published Every Day in the Year By
ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY.
GEO. W. YICKERS, Pres. & Gen. Mgr.
Exclusive Morning Associated Press
Publication office: Corner Second and
Adams Streets. Telephone Main 47.
Entered at the postoffice at Phoenix,
Arizona, as mail matter of the second
By mail, daily, one year
Weekly, one year
Paily, per month 75 cts.
The Arizona Republican is on sale at
all of Amos' street news stand vaxons
in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Long
PHOENIX. ARIZONA, MAY 24, 1909.
' The Association of American J
Advertisers (New York City) has
. examined and certified to the circulation
o! this publication. Only the figures ol 4
circulation contained in its report axe l
, guaranteed by the Association,
The Republican is the only newspaper
in Arizona holding two certificates of
circulation from the above Association,
and bases all advertising contracts
thereon. The average circulation, per
lav. thus certmed to ts:
From Oct. 1. 1906. to March 31.
From Jan. 1. 191'S, to Feb. 8,
No other paper In Arizona can guar
antee advertisers a circulation oT InOre
than two thousand less than the above
figures, and that for no longer than one
FACE PAINTING UNLAWFUL.
The women of the state of Wash
ington are having a law pulled on
them that is being construed as pro
hibitive of those artificial beauty
helps in which the world abounds.
The law was passed without any
such object in view but, we presume,
to prevent assemblages of disguised
mobs. The following is an extract
from it: "Any assemblage of three
or more persons, disguised by hav
ing their faces painted, discolored,
colored or concealed, shall be un
lawful." It has been construed or rather,
rawhide or horseback opinions have
leen handed down, that this law pro
hibits without intending to do so,
an assemblage at a church, a dance,
a pink tea or any other func
tion of . as many as three wo
men .whose faces are painted, pow
dered or enameled. It is not neces
sary to a violation of the letter of
the law that the paint should be put
on so thick it would crack. If ap
plied only sufficiently to produce dis
coloration it makes the meeting of j
three women so decorated an un
We have no information that the
sale of cosmetics in Washington has
fallen off in consequence of this
A BELATED RECOGNITION OF
Again it is forced upon us
real merit is slow of recognition. The
Republican's Kansas City market re
port states that the utility of the goat
as a weed destroyer and scavenger
is coming to be better understood and
that in consequence the price of
goats is stiffening.
While it never before occurred to
us that there might be any relation
between the peculiar and undiscrimi
nating appetite of the goat and his
market value, we thought that every
Uidy of this and all ages that have
gone before, was aware of the scav-
inger-like qualities of the goat.
Egyptologists have found some al
lusion in the hieroglyphics found in
the tomb of Queen Thiy to the om
nivcrousness of the goat and it is
said that unexpurgated copies of the
Hebrew scriptures state that when
the animals were leaving the Ark,
Noah gave the goat a parting kick
for having devoured the ship's log.
This circumstance is mentioned in
explanation of the absence of any
detailed account of the voyage. The
waste places on the slopes of the
Seven Hills of Rome were kept de
nuded of tin cans and other refuse
by a herd of sacred goats, and the
reputation of Spotless Town was sus
tained by a goat which is the only
disfiguring feature of that charming
village. Hut the debris is all collected
within him. It is better so, than to
have it scattered about promiscously.
In view of all these historical facts
bearing upon the alimentary peculiar
ities of the goat, it is strange that
Kansas City is just now announcing
as a twentieth century discovery that
the goat is a weed destroyer and scav
enger. But we ae glad that, better
late than never, the goat is to reap
some commercial advantage from a
reputation that has heretofore been
regarded as shady.
Nine men out of ten in Phoenix
predict that the season beginning next
fall will be far the best in the his
toiV of the city. Such a unanimity
in prediction even if- based on noth
ing would go a great way toward
making it come true. But it Is not
a unanimity of mere prediction, but a
unanimity of interpretation of signs
and that is much better than sim
ple opinion. "
Six months of the Calhoun trial
and the end is not in sight . yet.
Wouldn't it be better to save San
Francisco county any further expense
and transfer the case at once to the
Great Judgement? No time would
thus be lost in the adjudication and
in the meantime the courts of Frisco
could be transacting other business.
Secretary of War Dickenson may
yet turn out a worthy successor to
his distinguished predecessor, but he
has made a bad start toward suc
ceeding to the title of '"the traveling
man of the administration."
THE BOY CRUSADER.
"Father, my feet are bleeding sore,
With stubble, rock and stem.
I see a roof, the hilltop o'er!
Is this Jerusalem?"
"Jerusalem is far perchance
As far again away
As our beloved land of France
We left at spring's first ray."
"Father, I hunger. Bread is none.
The way seems long to go!"
"Now have no hunger little one,
But hunger for the foe.
"The Arab and the Turk now tear
The sacred citadel.
And alien armies cloud the air
Like grasshoppers of hell.
"The son of the Egyptian slave
Proclaims the pagan' horde.
Then on! then on! to swell the brave
Militia of the Lord!"
"Father, at noon an aged man
Dropped fainting on the wold,
I saw thee loiter from the van,
I saw thee take his gold."
"By Urban and by Adrian, yea!
The deed was in the right.
'Tis writ: 'The thief of yesterday
Shall be tomorrow's knight.' "
"Father I see a sunlit tower
Gleam like a diadem!
Is this the honey and the flower?
Is this Jerusalem?"
"Hush, child! 'Tis but a stable-town
Where beasts of burden wait.
'Tis not for many a red sundown
We reach the holy gate."
"Father, last night I could not rest.
I saw, from my dim place,
A face lie laughing on thy breast,
'Twas not my mother's face."
'By Urban and by Adrian, hush!
The crimson cross shall win
For him who seeks the battle-rush
Remission for all sin."
"O! I am but thy step's delay!
O! father, loose ray hand!
I can no longer keep the way.
Nor reach the holy land.
"Yet it were sweet to live, and toil
Unto the warring tryst
To spill my blood upon the soil
That drank the blood of Christ.
"Father! I see a rock-built dome
Within my closing eyes;
I see a city through the gloom.
And s worded angels rise. j
"They come, they come, with shout and
In hosts th?r gather them!
Is thi the holy sepulcher?
Is this Jerusalem ?"
Agnes Lee, in Appleton's for April.
See Dr. Swlgert for correct glasses.
17 E. Adams St. Phone Red 2461.
Carries the Largest Stocked
Goods in Arizona.
17 WEST ADAMS STREET.
i 1 1 1 1 hi 1 1 1 1 1 i t i m i l it
i For Sale
The following Machinery Is T
for sale. In good condition:
One General Electric Co. Mo
tor and Starting Box, 10 H. P.
One Dynamo, 8.5 KW, 125
volts, 50 lights.
One General Electric Co. Mo
tor. 2 H. P 110 volts.
One General Electric Co. Mo
tor, J H. P, 600 volts.
Two Electric Meters.
Two Starting; Boxes; they go
Also a quantity of Shafting,
Pulleys, etc., may be seen at
Republican office, or at the
:i Kunz Bros-&
,H H H H 1 i t 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 I I I
Beginning Saturday, May 22,
we will put out all our Trimmed
and Untrimmed Hats at One
Half Off. Sample line of all
latest styles, $1.50 (below cost);
Come early and get your pick.
212 E. Washington St.
Vote For the Center St. Bridge
and a Greater Phoenix.
Evorthlng First Class
Famous Tony Faust Beer on
Billy Gamble, Proprietor.
j .H H 1 H i 1 1 I M M imilllll-
THE HOFFMAN CIGAR
STAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP.
CIGARS, TOBACCO AND
Corner Broadway and Center.
Illilll H-'H-rH'iM'lHI H"H
The celebrated Teco
Ware should be seen at the
Bide-a-Wee Sales Room,
33 Tolk St. Phone Black
Needs no Gasoline or Repairs.
"My Lady's Car"
FARMERS, MINERS, PROS
I have the reputation of being
your best outfitter in the city.
I know what you need.
I know how much of each
article you need.
I know how to select goods
Call and we will make up the
order to your satisfaction. If
not able to call, send list and I
will select goods, pack and ship
to you promptly.
Coffee and tea a specialty.
218 W. Wash. St Phone M. 43
You will find bargains in furniture
at Massie & Sons. Dressers $10 and
up. Rockers $2 to J10BARGAIXS
up; Chairs 50c and up; Rockers J2
to $10; Go-Carts $3 to $15; Sideboards
$20 to $75; Extension Tables $5 to
$20; Iron Reds $4 to $25; Hammocks
$2.50 to $10; Springs $1 to $6. We
have a full line of Second Hand Fur
niture of all kinds. We have a Sec
ond Hand Rajoe that cost $100 new,
for $25. It is a beauty. AVe have
some fine Automatic Shotguns for
$25 and Automatic Rifles for $15.
We are headquarters for Second Hand
Goods of all kinds. See us. We will
buy anything. Tiiis Is the place to
Massie & Sons
114-116 W. Washington SL
Phone Main 257.
M"H"H"I"H"H I I I I 'M I I H 1H-
i Austin & Souther, f
53 State St., Boston. I
Boston Curb Exchange.
Orders executed and Informa
tion furnished on all listed
Our market letter 'with Inter
estlng facts concerning
A. L BOEHMER
N.E. Comer Center
A. D.'-S. Cold Verlbest Razor Munter's Nulife Bristle Cloth
Cream, per Jar Blades, per set Shoulder Brace Brushes ... ...
25c 50c $3.00 ..50c ami $1.00
Violet Talcum Guaranteed Raz- Amberose Trans
Ventilated Tooth parent Soap, per
Powder, 1 lb. or for , 10,
Brushes, 25c, 35c 'MX 10c
(or 25c $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 3 boxes 25c
Denatured Alco- Guaranteed Rub-
Verlbett Safety Baby Rattlen, ,
hoi, er pint 20c ber Gloves, per
Razor for... $1.00 all kiudB.
Per gallon ..$1.25 pair 75c
P a I m e r'a Cold . . .
Extra Strong S. Hudnut's Cold
Cream, per jar B ' . Rickiecker'a Cold
Rubber Combs Cream, per Jar
. " , , Cream 50c
..25c and 50c 35c and 50c 50c
L : J a
Saloon, Pool and Billiard.
Budweiser on draught Old Crow,
Mayfield and GuckenheTmer Rye
Whiskies are' sold over the bar.
JOHN P. BODET. rVop.
244-246 E. Washington St.
The New Remedy for Lung Trouble and
The one treatment that gives favor
able results. I'nder favorable climatic
or home conditions the effect Is in
creased many fold. The benefit of a
Ten Days' Treatment is sufficient In
centive to continue until cured. Write
for liook of results r ?er.2 J2.00 for 16
oz. bottle prepaid. Two-fold anion
builds vp and destroys germs of disease, i
I'leasant to tike, soothing and healing.
One treatment will convince. I took free.
ROSE BAY MEDICAL CO,
830 N. Y. Lite Bldq,., Kansa City, Mo.
Freight and Baggage
carefully and quickly handled.
Storage at reasonable rate.
Pioneer and Consolidated
Transfer and Storage Go.
Baggage office, lit North Center St
Telephone Main 142.
General office, 43 South Center St.
Telenhon Main 74.
We installed a new collar
shaper which irons collars
without any broken edges.
Make your collars last longer
by having them done on the
only Heim Shaper in Thoe
nix. RATTAN BASKETS
lightest trunk niade.
r PHOENIX TRUNK
433 W. Wash. St.
Telephone Red 83S4.
It's the town
On the. A. & C.
It's the mines,
Look good to me.
It's the climate,
It's the water
If you don't go
You had oughter.
Is in fine condition for the season
of 1909 and can be seen,
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
at home ranch.
Thursday at G. G. Harrl, 4 miles
north, 7th Ave.
Friday and Saturday at Palo Alto
Terms same as last year.
M. B. HOROVITZ. Owner.
M. Rose Manager. .
BUSY DRUG STORE
& Washington Sts.
KUM QUAT TREES
ONE DOLLAR EACH
Hill's Seed House
126 N. Center St.
DAILY AT THE
the best Steer
Spring Chicken, etc.
Plumbing before see
ing us. We can save
you money, and ev
ery job we do is
217 W. Wash. St.
Phone Red 3361.
Send in your repairs.
A resort for gentlemen. The
original BUDWEISER BEER'
FRANK CONNELLEY, Prss,
The Old Reliable
Established in 1897.
Twelve years' experience has
taught us the needs of the pub
lic in moving Pianos, Furnture,
etc. This long experience 's at
the public's disposal at most
reasonable prices. Two phones.
Phone Main 16. 16 S. Center.
Tl.;,,!,,!,,;,,;,;, ;,,;;,,! lI;H,,Il,lli:! ; I 1 1"
would be pleased to receive a real !
NAVAJO BLANKET ::
from her boy. ' We have the va-
riety. Tou make the selection.
I ARIZONA SADDLERY GO. I
45 North Center St. Phoenix.
Phoenix Foundry Go,
All Kinds of
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS
Good work and prompt delivery our
specialty. Contractors (take notice)
meet all competition. Let us figure
Rogers & Moore, Proprietors
451 S. Seventh Ave. Phone Main 212.
The Phoenix National Bank
: t Phoenix, Arizona.
Capital, Surplus and Profits $250,000.00
E. B. Gage, President.
H. J. McClung, V.-Pres.
R. B. Burmister, Cashier.
H. M. Galliver, Ass't. Cash.
E. B. Gage.
W. T. Staunton.
F. T. Alkire.
h nil i mi i m i litiiiin t
I The Prescott
PRESCOTT ....... ARIZONA.
CAPITAL, 8URPLUS AND PROFITS S270.000.00
Roll of Honor Bank No. 685. I
United States Depository.
Territory of Arizona Depwitory.
County of Yavapai Depository.
City of Prescott Depository.
F. M. MURPHY. President It N. FREDERICKS. Cashier.
SO fll t 1 I I Hit H-H 1 1 1 t
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Capital $100,003.00 Surplus $100,000.00
The National Bank of Arizona,
OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY
Prompt attention given to collections and all business details, and
courteous treatment to all of our many tourists.
Headquarters for all visitors.
E. Ganz, President. S. Obarfelder, Cashier.
Chaa. Goldman, Vic President. J. J. Sweeney, Ass't. Cashier.
MMMMMMMMM MM Msl
HE VALLEY BANK stands
agement. It is equipped In
and efficient service in every
accounts are solicited.
The Valley Bank, pnoemx, Arizona.
Established 1884. Capital and Surplus $125,000.00
W. F. NICHOLS. 3. M. SWETNAM. GEO. H. LUTGIRDINO,
President Vice-President Cashier.
UNION BANK & TRUST CO.
tO NORTH CENTER T.
PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION.
"We are now. located in our new quarters, cor
ner Second Ave. and Jackson St., one block west
of Santa Fe depot. Send us your work.
Kunz Bros. & Messinger
1 MOHN & DRISCOLL 8 Clinton Campbell
ll CENERAL CONTRACTOR
I FUNERAL I I K.ju.ne. T.lsphiiis H
DIREOTORS 3 1 WN. Faurtk Av Main 177
We want to figure with you
If you wish any kind of plumb
ing, gas fixtures, etc. We guar
antee every piece of work we
do. Try us and see.
Johnson & Remsbottcm
22 N. Second Street
Phone Main 221.
We receive daily fresh
supplies of California
and local fruits and
COLD AIR STORAGE
VilMll'lll Illilll IWWmtCBBBKBB
F. M. Murphy. D. M. Ferry.
Geo. N. Gage. L. H. Chalmers.
W. A. Drake. H. J. McClung.
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National Bank i
1MM - H I I t ! Hit tit III I i MM
1 WHIIMIIIill I
for conservatism and careful man
every way for prompt, intelligent
department of banking. Checking
I I I I I II I I K 11 Ml Ml lllllj;
i REMOVAL SALE 1
"We are going to sell I
our entire stock of I
I Wines, Liquors and I
it Cigars at ?5 per cent X
discount. , xnxtures also I
for sale. z
' ' California Wins & Liquor Co. 7
19 South Center Street J
M H1I1111I1H t.'M-l 1 1. 1 t4 t
ANTON GOLD. Prop.
Third and Washington Sts.
Tine, clean rooms, centrally
located; 60c per night and mp.
Come and Investigate ,
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We make a specialty of
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