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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1909
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
Published Every Day in the Year By
ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY.
GEO. W. VICKERS, Pres. Sc Gen. Mgr.
Exclusive Morning Associated Press
Publication office: Corner Second and
Adams Streets. Telephone Main 47.
Entered at the, postofflce at Phoenix.
Arizona, as mail matter of the second
By mail, daily, one year
Weekly, one year
Daily, per month. 75 cts.
The Arizona Republican Is on sale at
all of Amos' street news stand wagons
in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Long
PHOENIX, ARIZONA, MAY 26, 1909.
' The Association of American J
Advertisers (New York City 1 ha 4
examined and certified to the circulation f
of this publication. Only the figures of
circulation contained in ita report are
KuansttM by the Association. .
The Republican is the only newspaper
In Arizona holding two certificates of
circulation from the above Association,
ana bases all advertising contracts
thereon. The average circulation, per
j . iuub ctrruiiTO iu is:
From Oct. 1, 1906, to March 31.
from Jan. 1, 190S, to Feb. 8.
ro otner paper In Arizona can guar'
antee advertisers a circulation of more
than two thousand less than the above
figures, and that for no longer than one
WORD FROM THE JUNGLE.
We have been inclined to think that
the stories emanating from Nairoba,
. of the depredation among the fauna
of Africa were overdrawn. A lion
every day for breakfast seemed too
many, to say nothing of lions be
( tween meals and with giraffes, hip
popotami and different kinds of
"beestes" for dessert.
According to the Nairoba reports
Mr. Roosevelt has never missed a shot
and never but in one instance has
he found it necessary to employ a
We are glad for the sake of the
wild animals of Africa, and it com
; ports with our sense of proportion,
that Mr. Roosevelt has entered a
. strenuous and general denial of the
reports that have been sent out from
that Mole St. Nicholas of the Smith
sonian Institution's expedition in Brit
ish East Africa.
Those imaginative correspondents
may have been only intending to cater
to public curiosity and Jo - whet to
. a keener edge, but ' they "were doing
something more. They were making
a joke of CoL Roosevelt's hunting trip
and were laying the foundation for
a world-wide disappointment when the
intrepid hunter should return to civ
ilization and state over his own au
thoritative ' signature precisely how
many lions had fallen before the un
erring rifles of himself and Kermit.
Before setting out on his trip and
after his arrival at Mombasa, Mr.
Roosevelt through the Associated
Press warned the world that whatever j
news that might reach it of ' his
achievements in the jungle would be
falsehood since there were to be no
correspondents with his party and that
all information was to be withheld
from those who were waiting at the
nearest point to the scene of ac
tivity to Tilch such news as might be
SOME MASCULINE PECULIARITIES.
It is a refreshing relief from the
continuous harping on woman's incon
sistencies the "eternal feminine" as
the poets love to' phrase it to have
the emphasis laid for once on the
peculiarities of the masculine mind.
"If women are enigmas, I don't know
what you would call the men," said
Mrs. James E. Armstrong of Brooklyn
after her husband had eloped with a
17-year-old girl, leaving her to support
their two children as best she could.
"We lived happily for fifteen years
and then he suddenly leaves me with
that slip of a girl." The woman may
be pardoned for speaking somewhat
bitterly. It is indeed an enigma why
a presumably respectable business
man past the age of wild oats and
youthful restiveness could succumb so
completely to a temptation that, once
accepted, practically strips him bare
of everything decent men are sup
posed to hold dear.
A dispatch of May 20th from Nair
oba, British East Africa, explains that
"the female rhinoceros that Mr.
Roosevelt shot a week ago last Sun
day charged him viciously of her own
accord, before he had fired his first
shot." Evidently Mr. Roosevelt was
simply out for a Sunday walk and
happened to have his gun with him.
If it istrue, as a Los Angeles paper
declares, that there is no rhyme for
. Elks, it is certainly a strong point in
A petition of 1,000.000 names will
be presented at the next session of
congress, it is stated, urging a new
amendment to the constitution giving
women the right to vote. We trust
that the reputation which congress has
acquired for gallantry will not fail
it in this crisis.
The bold declaration of Mr. Mc
Enery in the senate yeterday in favor
of protection will revive that old in
terrogatory, "What is a democrat?
ON DIAMOND FIELDS
WHERE GAMES WERE WON
The Full Schedule Played
in All But
STANDING OF CLUBS.
Pittsburg ....... 31 0 11 .645
Chicago 34 21 13 .618
Philadelphia .... 28 14 14 .500
Cincinnati 34 17 17 .500
New York 28 13 15 .464
Brooklyn 29 13 16 .448
St. Louis 34 15 19 .441
Boston 30 12 18 .400
Boston 2 6 4
Batteries Phillippi and Gibson; Mc
Carthy and Graham.
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
Cincinnati 1 4 2
Philadelphia 6 2
Batteries Ewing and Smith; Sparks
At Brooklyn R. H. E.
Chicago 4 9 2
Brooklyn 3 7 2
Batteries Pfeister, Overall and Mo
ran; Mclntrye and Bergen.
At New York R. H. E.
St Louis o 5 1
New York i 6 1
Batteries Sallee and Bresnahan;
Raymond and Schlei.
At Detroit R. H. E.
Detroit 8 9 2
Washington 4 6 1
Batteries Mullen and Schmidt;
Groom, Tannehill and Street.
At Cleveland R. H. E.
Cleveland 2 4 1
Philadelphia 13 16 1
Batteries Falkenberg, Rhodes and
Easterly; Bender and Thomas.
At St. Louis R. H. E.
Boston ...J o 6 0
St. Louis 5 14 0
Batteries Morgan, Ryan and Garrl-
gan; Graham and Criger.
At Chicago Chicago-New
game postponed, rain.
At Los Angeles R. H. E.
Los Angeles i 4 0
Oakland 6 9 4
Batteries Briswalter and Orendorff.
Nelson -d Lalonge.
At Oakalnd R. H. E.
Portland 2 4 3
San Francisco 4 8 0
Batteries Willis and Berry; Gar
rett and Fournier.
At Sacramento R. H. E.
Sacramento 2 9 1
Vernon 1 6 i
Batteries Eh man and Byrnes: Har-
kins and Hogan.
How about those glasses? Better
get them now before Dr. Swigett
leaves for the summer. "Our's fit."
17 East Adams St. Phone Red 2641.
The man who retails
high-grade fresh Groceries
at wholesale prices.
New Dates Arabian.
New Loquats, Spanish.
New Rhubarb. ; fc
New jars for canning.
When you want first
class fresh groceries at
5 POINTS GROCERY.
Phone Main 270.
Sweet Arizona oranges, $2.50 a box.
SHIRT. WAISTS AND
Our complete line of
Shirt Waists and Wash
Skirts ONE-HALF OFF.
v. . .
VOTE FOR THE CEN
TER STREET BRIDGE
AND A GREATER
212 E. Washington Street.
It's the town
On the A. & C.
It's the pines,
Look good to me.
It's the climate,
It's the water
If you don't go
You had oughter.
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 Tcnow 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 $2
to $10; Go-Carts $3 to $15; Sideboards
$20 to $75; Extension Tables $5 to
$20; Iron Beds$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 Bajoe that cost $100 new,
for $25. i It is a beauty. We 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. This is the place to
' Massie & Sons
114-116 W. Washington St
Phone Main 257.
U 1 U M"H;'M I I H H H'.H"i H 1
i Austin & Souther, f
53 State St., Boston, f
: : Boston Curb Exchange. : :
Orders executed and lnforma-
; tlon -, furnished on all listed
'. ', stocks.
f Our market letter with Inter- T
eating facts concerning;
i. upon application.
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I A. L. BOEBIER
N.E. Corner Center
Blades, per set
cum Powder, 1
Brushes, 25c, 35c
hol, per pint 20c
Per gallon ..$1.25
Razor for... $1.00
Palme r's- Cold
Cream, per jar
..25c and 50c
....35c and 50c
Saloon, Pool and Billiards.
Budweiser on draught Old Crow,
Mayfield and Guckenhelmer Rye
Whiskies are sold over the bar.
JOHN P. BODET, r-rop.
244-246 E. Washington St.'
The New Remedy for Lung Trouble and
The one treatment that gives favor
able results. Under 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
ror book of results r ser.i $2.00 for 1(
oz. bottle prepaid. Two-fold action
builds up and destroys germs of disease.
Pleasant to take, soothing and healing.
One treatment will convince. Book free.
ROSE BAY MEDICAL CO.,
830 N. Y. Life Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
Freight and Baggage
carefully and quickly handled,
Storage at reasonable rates.
Pioneer and Consolidated
Transfer and Storage Go.
Baggage office, 116 North Center lilt
Telephone Main 142.
General office, 42 South Center 8t
Telephon 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 Helm Shaper in Phoe
nix. RATTAN BASKETS
j lightest trunk mado.
33 W. Wash. St.
Telephone Red 8394.
! A I n M F II
O ft L U III k 111
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.
WPII ! I IPIJUIUP.U'
LlUf .."U - ? t;-1
Is in fine condition for the season
of 1909 and can be seen.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesdav
at home ranch.
Thursday at O. O. Harri. 4 mllp
north. 7th Ave.
Friday and Saturday at Pain Altn
Terms same as last year.
M. B. HOROVITZ. Owner.
M. Rose Manager.
iv- . v .
BUSY DRUG STORE
& Washington Sts.
..50c and $1.00
ors for ....
parent Soap, per
3 boxes 25c
ber Gloves, per
S. Hudnut't Cold
Cream, per Jar
POMELO TEEES :r
KUM QUAT TREES
ONE DOLLAR EACH
Hill's Seed Bouse
126 N. Center St
DAILY AT THE
the best Steer
Spring Chicken, etc
Don't let your
Plumbing before see
ing us. We can save
you money, and ev
ery job we do is
217 W. Wash. St.
Phone Red 3361.
t Send in your repairs.
A resort for gentlemen. The
original BUDWEI8ER BEER
FRANK CONNELLEY, Prep
-s--nr t n - n rn i im m i
The ,,ld pliable
Established in 1897.
Twelve years' exnerlenrA Yam
taught us the needs of the pub
lic In movine Pianos.
etc This long experience "s at
me public's disposal at most
reasonable prices. Two phones.
Phone Main 16. 16 S. Center.
'i"H'MHfl 1 II I V hl-l-l 1 in .H.
would be pleased to receive a real 4
f NAVAJO BLANKET
from her boy. We have the va
riety. You make the selection.
ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. f
45 North Center St Phoenix, t
I 'M I I M M II I t i l l 11 M..H-
Phoenix Foundry Go,
All Kinds of I
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS
Good work and
specialty. Hnntrnftr.ro ItiVa'nMU
meet all competition. Let us figure
wun you.. . . x
Rogers & Moore, Proprietors
451 S. Seventh Ave. Phone" MaHiVt-
The Phoenix National Bank
Capital, Surplus and Profits $250,000.00
Deposits .. $1,500,000
E. B. Gage, President.
H. J. McClung, V.-Pres.
R. Br Burmister, Cashier.
H. M. Galliver, Ass't. Cash.
E. B. Gage. F. M. Murphy. D. M. Ferry.
W. T. Staunton. Geo. N.' Gage. L. H. Chalmers.
F. T. Alkire. W. A. Drake. H. J. McClung.
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i The Prescott
PRESCOTT - - -
T CA?,TAL. SURPLUS AND PROFITS S270.000.00
Roll of Honor Bank
United States Depository. -.
Territory of Arizona Depository.
County of Yavapai Depository.
City of Prescott Depository.
T. Jr. M- MURPHT. President
Hil I I IN 1 I 1 i 1 I I 1.
IH j H;. Mil H IIIIIIIIHlHMMmMimMM
I Capital $100,000.00
, The National Bank of Arizona,
OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY -
Prompt attention Riven to collections and all business details, and
, courteous treatment to all of our many tourists.
Headquarters for all visitors.
orVJdent Oberfelder, Cashier.
Cnas. Goldman, Vice President. J. J. Sweeney, Ass't Cashier.
HE VALLEY BANK stands
agement. It is equipped In
triucieni service in every
accounts are solicited.
The Valley Bank. Phoenix, Ar
Established 1884. Capital and Surplus $125,000.00
WJT. NICHOL. J. M. SWETNAM. GEO. H. LUTGrRDLVQ,
pre,l,lent- Vice-President Cashier.
UNION BANK & TRUST CO.
W NORTH CENTER ST.
PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION.
We are now located in our new quarters, cor
ner Second Ave. and Jackson St., one block west
of banta Fe depot. Send us your work.
Vote For the Center St. Bridge and a Greater Phoenix.
Kunz Bros. & Messinger
liVIOHN & DRISCOLL I I
r" FUNERAL I 1
I ' DIREOTORS I I
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 & Rernsboffom
22 N. Second Street
Phone Main 221.
We receive daily fresh
supplies of California
and local fruits and
Main 6 Hi?
. COLD AIR STORAGE
tW,H iiiimiiiiini it 1 1 1 1 j,
National Bank ;l
- - . . ARIZONA.
No. 585. :
T m lrwTrmnjTnrci r..kiA. T
M lit! Ml II I I I HI! I III HI 1 !
for conservatism and careful man
every way for prompt. Intelligent
department of banking. Checking
W N. FaurUi Ave. Main 177
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:: We are going to sell
:; our entire stock nf
:; Wines, Liquors and
:: Cigars at 25 per cent
discount, fixtures also
I for sale.
f California Wine & Liquor Co.
T 19 South Center Street I
till iiiiiiniiiiwiiii um
ANTON GOLD. Prop.
Third and Washingten Sts.
Fine, clean rooms, centrally
located; EOo per night and a p.
Come and Investigate .
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1
We make a specialty of I :
Box Trade j
I Drachmae Cigar Co i
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