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THE - ARIZONA-REPUBLICAN SUNDAY MORNING, ULY 11,1909.
x "THE NAME ON
Means to tHe Recipient
Perfect blue-white diamonds
Solid gold jewelry
Sterling silver toilet sets
Lcmairc opera glasses
High grade watches
Solid silver tableware
Hawkes" cut glass
Fine purses, hand-bags, suit
0 cases and other leather
And scores of other appro
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i GIFT !
What you pay for a gift may determine its value
in .your 'own' eyes but if-you wish it to hold
that same value in the eyes of the one to whom
you give it there must he some mark of iden
tification something about the gift that will de
termine its quality, even after the price has been
erased. - "
That something is "The Name on the Box" "Whit
It 'stands the strongest guarantee of genuineness
that was evpr given to a tfift it classes the giver as a.
criterion it shows that whether the gift cost little
or much It Is honest good right.
"Would you not feel prouder of the gifts you are
going to give if "The Name on the Box" were "Whit
ley's"? You can ray as little or as much as you Lke for
a gift here.
The Whitley Jewelry Co.
- 347 South Broadway
LOS ANGELES, CALIF. I
"THE STORE WITH THE WHITE
HEAR THE CHIMES."
Finest Tramtoad of Live Slock
That Ever Took' Passage"
BEST PEOPLE ON EARTH
" "gy Exchanged
-n or Yonr
1 UJ Money
En Route to Playground of
World Elks' Special, a
Hotel on'-"Wheels, Left
Last Night Prepared to
Do Things in Los Angeles
Smith leave for New York and later
Europe, where they espect to visit
Ireland, the formtT home of Casey.
The transaction includes the Willard
hotel, ten ucres Just out of the city
limits of Tucson, as well as two two
story mjildinss and building lots in
side of the limits.
Interesting Facts From the
Incidents of Recent Occur
rence in Cities, Towns,
Mining Camps and Sur
rounding Hills, Vales and
CASEY SELLS HOLDINGS
A large real estate deal was recent
ly closed at Tucson, whereby Martin
Costello, of Tombstone, came into
the possession of JjO.fMil worth of
city property holdings belonging to
Alexander Casey. Mr. Casey and Mr.
At Tucson the other day, Dolores
Mesa, a driver of an ore wagon for
the Omega Mining company, missed
being killed by lightning, while his
six horses were killed and the wagon
entirely demolished, only a few feet
away. Buildings in the vicinity were
shaken, but nothing Injured.
and fortunately for the men working
around the smelter only three Mexi
cans were slightly Injured. The re
port of the explosion was a loud one
and hot matter was scattered all
over the ground. This Is the first ac
cident of this nature that has occur
red at the Shannon and the plant has
been running steadily the past eight
years, which is not a bad record by
any means. Morenci Leader, v
WORKER, ROCKS BOSS
John Halliman, a shift boss at the
Hoatson shaft of the C. & A. mines
at Bisbee, was attacked by an in
furiated Greek workman July 5th,
with what may be fatal results. Hal
liman was struck just above the
heart with a large rock, injuring the
heart r.nd lungs.
SAFFORD BALL ROW.
During the two baseball games at
Globe Saturday and Sunday, between
Globe and Safford, both games broke
up in rows before the finish of the
i regulation number of innings. The
cause was what was thought to be
NEW JAIL FOR GLOBE
Plans have been accepted from the
Pauly Jail company for a new con
crete jail at Globe, and work will be
BOYS WIN OUT
Under the new bill passed by the
legislature for gathering vital sta
tistics some interesting facts are al
ready disclosed. Globe finds that of
forty-seven donations from the na
tional home bird, the stork, twenty
nine are boys. Statistics show that
population there Is increasing rapidly.
lite Lin's Chinese "noodle Joint at
Prescott was destroyed by fire Mon
day night, the cause of the fire being
unknown, many believing that it was
incendiary. The fire was not discov
ered until the whole building was
wrapped in flames. Kim Sam, a
Chinese, has been arrested on the
charge of setting fire to the building
and Is awaiting his hearing. ;
OLD RESIDENT DIES
Leander Maxfield, an old resident of
the Warren district, died Tuesday
morning at Bisbce
At noon last Friday one of the
settling tanks at the Shannon smelter
blew up and but for the fact that all
buildings in that department ure con
structed of iron there, might have
been a big fire. The explosion was
caused by a leak in the water jacket
' After Using Potter's
It is harmless' to the
skin. Price 25 cents.
The Bear Drug Store
118-120 E. Washington St.
'. Opposite City Hall.
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It is expected that in a short while
patients Buffering from hydrophobia
will be able to receive treatment in
the territory. Dr. R. S. Godfrey, ter
ritorial health officer, of Tucson, re
cently returned from art eastern trip
where as a delegate to the territo
rial medical association he attended
meetings of the Ftate and provincial
boards at Washington. In a confer
ence with the surgeonof the marine
hospital service, and at the conven
tion of the American Medical associa
tion at Atlantic City, Dr. Godfrey
learned that in a short time the ma
rine hospital service will make ar
rangements to furnish to the board
of health of each territory and state,
supplies for the treatment of persona
afflicted -with hydrophobia. This treat
ment will be donated free of charge
by the government and .will enable
patients to have this treatment free.
NEVADA RAILROAD CONTRACT.
(toldfield. July 10. A contract for
the construction of the 17J mile branch
of the Tonopah and Tidewater rfiilroad
from Teeopa to the lead mines In Inyo
county, Cal., was let today by R. Al
berger, gejieral manager of the. road.
A bid of $250,000 was accepted :
WESTERN MINING STOCKS.
Niplssing ". 10
Green t'ananea 9
Superior & Pittsburg 15
Utah Consolidated 41
Old Dominion ...'...... 5314
North Butte 47'4
Calumet & Arizona 107
Butte Coalition 24
Snannon . 15
Arizona Commercial '. 38
Black Mountain 1
Cumberland Kly 8
Nevada Consolidated 23
Giroux .' 8
National Extension 43
Superior & Boston 14
Ray Central , 2
Inspiration a -7
FRANK J. O'BRIEN, Broker.
' Lo Angeles, "the city beautiful,"
draped In her gorgeous robes of pur
ple and - white, stands waiting with
outstretched arms and welcoming
smile, the coming of Arizona, '"the
best people on earth from the best
city on earth," who will arrive this
morning at ten o'clock.
The Elks' special, consisting of
seven coaches, a diner and baggage
car, left yesterday afternoon, carrying
close to 250 people, and leaving'" be
hind a surging mass of friends, wives,
and sweethearts who cheered huskily
as the train pulled out at 4:51, with a
mingled- mass of pearl suiti and pur
ple neckties flying in the evening
breeze, and antlers' smiles dropping
along tho right of way. That the
Phoenix". Elks are going to have a
good time, is . assured, and that they
will make one of the big hits at the
convention is a .fact established by
reports heard from the Angel city,
and comparisons with plans of other
lodges. That they will have the most
gorgeous float is a fact that has been
enviously heralded from coast to
coast. The Indian- band will be one
of the . big features .of the conven
tion ;"nd the track work oy the
athletic team which left on an even
ing train Friday, is a feature that is
almost tcund to win. anjlher feather
In the ,?ap of the Phoenix antlers.
It was impossible to state exactly
lnw iiiary left for Lof Aiujp'm lat
ii'ght, as many came at thu last mo
ment, I.ut as closely as can he es
timated, about 235 weaf on the Klks'
railroad pageant, 153 from the lodge,
ui'.iny exeurionists. and not a small
numlxr from Rooseiv:c, Wickonburjc,
Mesa.- Tempe, Glendal"?, Kelvip and
o!l'er rla-.e as well as the govern
ment's Indian school baud, which had
r. special car of Its own."
The following is a list of those
who were seen In the parade, and
most of them took the train for Los
Angeles, many of the Elks taking
their wives and children to see the
greatest convention and carnival ever
held in the west and probably in the
John C. Wright, C. B. Wood, O. T.
Walker,- J. L. Waring, George Silver
thorn, Ed.. Worcester, E. P. Wilson,
J. T. Whitney, J. G. Whitmarsh,
Mulford Wlnsor, A. B. Williams. E.
B. Zachery," R. Toohey, E. Thoma,
Chas. Tribolet, - Fred Tribolet. M. L.
Vieux. Emil .Viault, C. H. Valentine,
W. E. Simpson, F. G. Smith, I. L.
Scott, Frank Smithline, I. Shackel,
ford, George Swartx, H. C. Soper, F.
R. Stewart, Henry Cowell, C. W. Cle
ment, John Creech, Harry' Cox. Fred
Cleaveland, G. P. Drlscoll, M. A. Dick
inson," C. C. Davis, S. A. Echlin, S.
L. Easterling, Q. Faulkner. M. J. Fu
ley, Harry Friedman, H. G. Franklin,
Jack Greville, J. B. Girand, James
Griffin, C C. Hurley, - Wesley Hill, C.
L. Hegler, J. J. Hardwick, Chas. Hy
der, T. C. Hanscom, I. T. Hosey,'
Theo. Haffner, Hans Herlick. James
Hastings, Fen S. Hlldreth, Paul R.
Ingles, E. L. Jones, E. S. Jones, Harry
Jones. Frank Alas worth, A. Guy Al
sap, J. L, "B. Alexander, John Block,
R. H. Baxter, A. L. Boehmer, F. (.
Bristol, , F. A. Butler. Al. Becker, H.
W. Berryman. G. C. Kahrs, C. A.
King, Duke Keith, L. G. Knipe, Geo.
Kirkland, Frank Leeper; John Mc
Carthy, Tom Mooney, N. S. Murray,
Dan McNeill, Roy McCarthy, A. E.
McCrea, J. C. McNulty, A. L. Moore,
J. B. Ilmore, J. McNaughlon, George
Nittinger, J- E, . O'Connor, Robert
Philburn, H. Plattuer, J. A. Planner,
C. W. Piatt. Dr. E. F. Palmer, Ralph
Quinn. F, L. Rankin, J. C. Reed, A.
Kedewill, Eugene Rcdewill, C. W.
Rogers. Ed. Rupert, R. T. Roziene.
Many of the Elks, probably fifty
of them, have gone ahead of the ex
cursion within the last two weeks,
and will meet the train in Los An
geles. Among them are the follow
ing named: Geo. Purdy Bullard, Emil
Ganz. Geo. A, Mintz, Elliot Evans, Hi
Eldred,. H. H. McNeil, Selim Michel-
son,' Andrew Neilseh and B. G. Pecka.
Promptly at 3:30 the Phoenix Elks
headed by the famous Indian band of
fifty-two pieces began their parade.
The following officers were in line:
. Exalted Ruler Geprge. Pr. DriscoU.
Esteemed Leading Knight Frank
Esteemed Loyal Knight W. L. Gar
ver.. Esteemed ' Lecturing Knight Elliot
Secretary i. 3. Lipsohn.
Treasurer II. H. McNeil.
Chaplain Rev. J. W. Atwood,
Esquire -J." L.- Scott.
Tyler William Crowley.
Inner Guard Carl "Frakes.
-' Trustees Eugene Brady
Leo M. Hoghe, A. L. Moore.'
House Committee H. H.
George Kirkland, J. T. "Whitney, Selim
"With them marched the body of
the' antlered herd dressed in the beau
tiful pearr costumes set off by purple
ties, socks, hats, and carrying neat
little canes on which the purple pen
nant of the Lodge No. 335, waved in
the afternoon breeze.
Many of the out of town Elks who
came over to go on the Phoenix cx-
ABOUT nine out of every ten men buy a suit of
clothes because; the -price "makesa hit" but
that's wrong. Low prices don't mean anything un
less you're getting your money's worth, or more.
If you're a good judge of clothing value you, can de
pend upon your own judgment if you're not, you'd
better come to a store like this, where there's none
but good clothes to be had and where you couldn't
buy a wrong suit if you tried.
IF it's the matter of price that concerns, you most,
you'll be interested in the fact that we're 'cut
ting the price of every suit in the store just 25
and that cut includes every suit in the store with
out reserve. If you're concerned most about the
quality of your clothes, you'll be interested in know
ing that all of these clothes are made by Alfred
Benjamiq & Co. of New York and Hirsh, Wickwire &
THE showing includes two-piece suits of fine wors
ted, mohair and serge half -lined with silk or
alpaca all the swell gray, slate, green and ; tan
shades. Three-piece suits too if you prefer them
grays, herringbone stripes, olive greens, browns,
blue and plain black; long, short, stout,-slim or reg
ular sizes. Prices were from $20.00 to $37.50; now
you can take your choice at
cursion took part in the parade. Nev
er has the Indian school band played
more thrilling martial music, than it
did yesterday afternoon, heading the
procession of the best bunch of Elks
in the world, the tribe from Phoenix,
Ariona, down to the train amid the
applause of thousands of enthusiastic
listeners. And this is saying a great
deal for the Indian school band from
Phoenix, Arizona is considered by all
the band critics who have ever heard
it to be, if not the finest, one of the
finest military bands in the United
The parade went down Washington
to Third street, north to Adams, west
to First, north - to Monroe, west to
Center and south to the depot. It
was Impossible to secure a full list
either of the paraders or those who
left on the train, as all were so
hopelessly mixed and no one knew
exactly who else was going until they
The demonstration consisted simply
of the parade, which was certainly a
splendid one and called the largest
Crowd to the sidewalks that has been
seen since the hot weather began.
The Southern Trust Company
' Los Angeles, Calif.
COMMERCIAL - SAVINGS - TRUST
CAPITAL, $2,000,000.00 PAID IN, $1,000,000.00
For protection and security to its depositors,
the Southern Trust Company has jrovided every
safeguard, and for their convenience in the trans
action of their banking business it has installed
every modem appliance and progressive system.
We will be pleased to have you open an account,
subject to check. -
2r'c Interest Paid on Checking Accounts.
Capital, $2,000,000.00 Paid in, $1,000,000.00
Surplus, $200,000.00 .
If you want a nice cosy newly fur
nished room during your stay In Flag
staff, call on Mrs. Sanderson, north of
Can you play the
piano? No! Then you
should have a piano
player. Oh! you have
n't got a piano? Then
you should get a player
piano. Yes, I got mine
They have exclusive
control . of everything
that is best in the piano
line in Arizona.
Our System Will Be Universal
Our Gold Bonds Absolutely Protect
Investors Cannot Lose Purchase Price
We Guarantee Stocks and Bonds
Information and References on Request
GRANITE SECURITIES COMPANY
. LOS ANGELES, CAL. , BRADBURY BUILDING
A FULL LINE OF
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Pacific Gas and Electric Co.
130-132 West Washington St
Standard Furniture Co.
, A. complete line of New nd Second Hand Furniture, Kegs,
4- Crockery and Granlteware.
WE SELL FOR LESS
Phone Main 167. - : H-H W. Washington.
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