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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1909.
ff Lika Burning Gat.
The Florence Automatio Oil Stove
is the nearest thing to burning nat
ural gaa in the flame, in economy,
and in eafety.
SUMMER COOK 8TOVES
Are matter of economy a well at
luxury and comfort and every Ari
rona houiewife should have Flor
ence Automatic Oil Cook Stove. When
you call to buy our Schram Auto
matic Sealing Fruit Jars ask to see
the Florence Automatic Oil Stove.
You will need one to keep that kitch
en cool while putting up fruit.
Davidson's Cash Store
Hardware and Furniture.
22-24 W. Wash. St, Phoenix. Arix.
You Must Stop
FOR A WARM ROOM AND
A QUIET NIGHT'S REST
THE WILLIAMS HOUSE
' On JuTy 20 I will leave
on a vacation and recrea
tion trip, returning the first
part ot September. Dr. J.
C. Bowman, a competent
optician, will have charge of
the office during my ab
sence, and your patronage
is solicited. All work guar
anteed. Dr. E. Munson
Phoenix - - Arizona.
Be sure that all the things you
need are in the bath room
Bath Soap, Sea Salt, big Sponge,
Bath Mitt or Brush, Towels or
Wash Rag, Talcum Powder, etc.
We can supply anything that is
missing. Lovett's Bath Room
and Toilet Articles department
ie exceptionally well etocked
with fine goods.
LOVETT DRUG CO.
Phone Main 18.
N. Vf. Corner Center and Wash
Ill IIMIt MI HMMM Mt
V bread and be I
t The kind mother used f
Vaudeville and Pictures
"ITS THE SHOW
M I I I I I I I I I I I I I n 1 1 H I I I
I G. A. Streitz, County Surveyor, A
i STREITZ & THOMPSON I
U. S. Mineral Surveyors
X City, country and mineral aur-
T VeVS. Mine work. Knllnrin
t designs. Estimates and Con-
Room 6 Monihon Block.
Phone Red 9241.
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Daily Weather Report
The Arizona Republican
Local Daily Weather Report for
Forecast for today: Generally
Data for -4 hours ending 5:30
Dew point, degrees ..68
Humidity, per cent ..83
Wind direction XE
Wind velocity, miles 1
Rainfall.- Inches 0
Mean daily humidity 58
Mean dally temperature 85
Highest temperature 98
Lowest temperature 72
Total daily rainfall T
Deficiency in temperature yes
terday G degrees.
Deficiency in temperature
since first of month S3 degrees.
Accumulated deficiency in
temperature since January 1,
Deficiency in rainfall yester
day .03 Inch.
Kxcess in rainfall since first I
of month .12 inch.
Accumulated deficiency In
rainfall since January 1, 1.29 'X
L. N. JESUXOFSKT.
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iiOF LOCAL INTEREST;!
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ON DUTY AGAIN B. A. Fowler
has sufficiently recovered from hi re
cent indisposition to be in his office
MR. ROCKWELL HERE F. H
Rockwell, a member of the horticul
tural commission, returned home yes
terday after a visit of a couple of
months in the east.
TO VISIT IN CHICAGO Mrs. Hat
tie C'awthorn and her daughter. Miss
(Jrace. left Saturday night to visit
friends in Chicago, expecting to be
gone three or four months.
VACATION OVER Owen L. Ward
a draftsman in the office of the sur
veyor general's office, returned yes
terday from his .vacation trip. He
si-ent most of the time visiting rela
tives in Santa Fe and stopped at the
Grand Canyon on the way home.
MORE FINE PLUMS A. L. An
drews who lives a couple of miles
northwest of the city yesterday
hroupht to the board of trade a sam
ple lot of Wickson plums that were
considered good enough to go int' a
gla.s bottle full of embalming Juice,
and that is testimonial enough for
SHE WOULD LIKE TO KNOW
Mrs. Frank Thompson, wife of the
absconding attorney, member of the
firm of Hildreth and Thompson,
who left the city a week ago this
morning, with $5000 worth of land
scrip and the bank account of the
firm, arrived In town yesterday morn
ing from San Francisco. She had not
heard from her husband and is as
anxious as the other Interested par
ties to learn something of his present
RECOVERED HIS WIND Deputy
Sheriff J. J. Lowe of N'ogales arrived
in town yesterday morning after Leo
poldo Estrada, late an inmate of
the Insane asylum. Estrada had leen
indicted for a felony In Santa Cruz
county and it was contended when
he came to trial that he was insane.
He was committed to the asylum and
It having been reported to the au
thorities of Santa Cruz by the sup
erintendent of the asylum that Es
trada had recovered his sanity he is
to be taken back for trial. The offi
cer .will leave with the prisoner this
HE LIKES IT The Buster Brown
youngster who was picked up by the
police two or three days ago, having
strayed from his mother on Washing
ton street, and who was restored to
her again in a few minutes, yesterday
strolled into an office near the post
office and announced the fact that he
had lost his mother again. He inti
mated that he had a lot of trouble
trying to keep track of her. He was
asked if he was the kidlet picked up
by the police the other day. He said
he was and acted as though he rather
liked the sensatton of getting lost once
in a while. When he felt that his visit
was over yesterday, he passed along
as though he wasn't worried a great
deal whether anybody found him or
So Easy is the Light
LET US DEMONSTRATE.
EXCONFEDERATES TO MEET
All exconfederates in this community
are requested to meet next Saturday
afternoon at the. off ice of J. L. Irving,
11 North First avenue, to perfect the
organization of a camp of confederate
NEW FAIR COMMISSIONER The
board of supervisors yesterday ap
pointed Neils Peterson of Tempe, fair
commissioner from this county, in the
place of J. li. Cook, of Tempe, Mr.
Cook having notified the board that he
will be coinpeled to be absent from the
county during much oftbc period of
preparation for the fair.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT L.
W. Coggins has bought through the
agency of E. J. Bennltt & Co., block
No. 71 of the city of Phoenix, for $10.
000. The property lies south of Wash
ington and north of Jefferson streets,
and between Sixth and Seventh ave
nues. The property was bought of R.
C. Kerns who has owned it since 1886.
HELD FOR A CRIME Romero Mo
lino was arrested by the police for
drunkenness on Saturday and was
jailed by the city recorder for three
days. Last night Deputy Sheriff Olea
transferred him from the city Jail to
the county Jail on a warrant charging
him with assault in an attempt to
commit rape on a 14 year old girl
named Maria Coronado, at a farm
house across the river, ten miles
southwest of Phoenix. The crime is
alleged to have been committed on the
22nd but was not reported to the sher
iff until a day or so later. The girl
was performing some household duty
under a shed in the rear of the home
of her parents who were absent, when.
it is alleged, Molino thrice assaulted
her but was beaten back in the strug
gle of the girl, whose screams brought
a passing Mexican woman to her aid
when the assailant fled. Molino it is
said had been in the employ of the
girl's father at the ranch and his iden
tity was well known to his victim. He
is said to be a Yaqul Indian about 33
years old and has a family.
After you have once
worn the sandal for the
hot w c a t h e r knock
'around, easy shoe, you
will never wear any
other. The shoe for
around the house, at
the beach, away for the
outing nothing is more
easy or cool. Just the
shoe for the children to
play in. ,
H. A. DIEBL & CO.
S West Washington BL
A Fit For Every Foot.
HERE ON BUSINESS Judge H. C.
Gooding of Los Angeles arrived here
yesterday to look after business inter
ests, visit friends and enjoy the sum
A NUMBER"RETURNED Many of
the Elks returned yesterday from Los
Angeles, where they have been send
ing their outing at the beach and
mountain towns, since the convention.
HE WAS HERE Ed- L. Shaw,
known throughout the west as the
"El Templo" cigar man, was in Phoe
nix yesterday, dropping here and
there a (rood story and picking up in
return generous sized orders.
OFF FOR THE COAST Mrs. Jno.
V. Foss left last night for an out
ing at the coast. She will be gone
some time, expecting to visit friends
in Los Angeles and I'asadena, as well
as Long Beach and Santa Monica.
CHANGES TONIGHT The Air
dome will present an entire new bill
tonight, one of the numbers being a
musical duet that comes well recom
mended. Whether they will take with
PhfK-nix vaudeville goers remains to
THE SALVATION ARMY Major
Willis, the provincial young peoples'
secretary is arranging to conduct
special meetings in the Army hall,
Tuesday July i'Tth at 3 p.m. and at 8
in the evening. Every one will be
WENT TO PRESCOTT James E.
Bowen and H- W. Mowen took advan
tage of the Saturday Prescott excur
sion, remaining over until yesterday
to visit friends and look after business
interests. Mr. Bowen will probably
be one of the Idylwild colonists, ex
pecting to build in the late fall or
ATTRACTING ATTENTION The
display window of the Baswitz Cigar
company shows a series of photo
graphs of the Elks at the Los Angeles
convention of two weeks ago. There
are enlarged views of the Cincinnati
lodge, Denver, Santa Ana, Santa Rosa,
as well as the Indian band of Phoenix
heading lodge 335 in the parade. The
pictures are not for siJe, but are at
tracting considerable attention. Mr.
Baswitz has something eye-catching
RUN DOWN BY WATER WAGON
Yesterday afternoon one of the city
water wagons collided with a buggy
Dr. Price, the famous food
expert, has produced a product
WHEAT FLAKE GELEIIY
which is considered to represent
the highest food production.
Its healthful qualities are unsur
passed. C '
belonging to Mrs. H. W. 'Lawson,
and smashed a wheel. The accident
occurred at the corner of Fourth av
enue and Washington street. At the
time two ladies were seated in the
buggy which was close to the curb
and in spite of their warning the
driver of the wagon seemed heedless
and drove the heavy wagon too near.
BOXLEY AGAIN IN JAIL Joe
Boxley, alius Nervy Neath, alias an
unpronounceable Russian name which
cannot be spelled, escaped from the
jail several days ago and. left the
city. He was serving a term of Ko
days for Insulting a ' colored woman
on the street. Iast evening he re
urned to the' city and was immedi
ately iakeniby the police. He will
henceforth wear a ball and chain.
OIL TRACK TO AGUA FRIA The
Santa Ke hs sprinkled with oil that
Hart of its rouil between this city and
the Agua Fria. This stretch of track
was the only dusty portion of the road
between this city and Prescott and the
oiling of the track will add generally
to the comfort of travel.
MINOR OFFENDERS FINED The i
cases of four minor offenders were dis- j
posed of in the police court yesterday, j
Pedro Moreno and A. C. Williams. J
charged with drunk, each forfeited j
five dgllars bail. Venturo Molino was ,
given three days for the same offense.
Albert DeBrill was arrested for riding :
on the sidewalk. Sentence was sus
pended. FIFTEEN DOLLAR FINE FOR Me
CANN Ivan McCann who was ar
rested Saturday on three warrants was
tried on but one and was given a fine
of $13 for obstructing the alley. When
pursued by, the police McCann drove
his machine, into the alley in an at
tempt to stealthily enter the garage
by the back door. He was so hard
pressed by the pursuing officers that
lie abandoned the machine and in the
darkness took refuge on the roof of
the building where the officers were
unable to locate him. Owing to the
fact that his time was not taken. Un
charge of fajtt an'd reckless driving was
dropped. Tjhe case against him for
having no tail light was not prosecuted.
BATH ROOM NECESSITIES
Enter an' school day for the
EXTRA GOOD Reeves and Wood
of the Coliseum promise the finest
vaudeville bill in the way of t 'i'm
work that they have ever placed on
the boards since the opening of tie;
Coliseum- Tonight the western skit
comes with glowing comments from
SURVEYS APPROVED Mineral
Survey No. i6.r0, embracing the
America. America No. 2. America X".
We have an exceptionally fine line of Bath Brushes, Bath Mits, Towels and
Sponges at a very reasonable price.
Try our El Parnasco Castile Soap; 2 cakes for 25c. Lathers freely,
lied Diamond Sea Salt, just like a bath in the ocean; 15c a package.
ELVEY HULETT Quality Druggists
Never Substitute. Same Old Phone Main One 27 East Washington St.
. l)ft 1 IS Lii
with us now in what to do with re
maining lines of Spring and Summer
Clothing. I Jim a chance of holding
same over till next season, or clear
them all out ? We vote to clear them
off at prices nothing short of trade
surgery. Your chance!
Where Men Who Know, Buy.
Silver Bits and Spirs.
Saddlery Goods of all kinds.
See our Suit Cases.
40 West Washington St
Telephone Main 69.
riiyv- i.k r..i
Wins again, defeating all other
motorcycles and automobiles in
two great Hill Climbs. At At
lanta, Ga., two Excelsiors, First
and Second winning by a wide
margin ,over stripped racers. At
Redlands, Cal., four Excelsiors
finished 1, 2, 3 and 4 on a hill
15 miles long and one mile high
in 18 min. 5 sec The winning
automobile, a 60 H. P. stripped
racer, required 24 min. 12 sec
These were all strictly stock
Excelsiors and their accomplish
ment tells the story of Excelsior
The Bicycle Man.
25 E. Adams.
The cup that cheers but
does not change the gait.
We have it in our fine
IJleiuled Teas from 50 cents
Try our blend of India Tea, 40 cents
the pound: esjiecially prepared for
Ice Tea. We will be pleased to sub
mit samples. Ring- us up.' Phone
VALLEY TEA A COFFEfi HOUSE.
131 N. Center St.
summer term now open at
-to A J
i 3, America Xu. K and America N. 3
lodes, situated in the Arivaca Mining
I district, I'ima county, and claimed by
the Arivaca Mining company, has
j been approved by the surveyor gen
; eral. The I". S- surveyor general has
also approved Mineral Survey No.
I "69. Tomb Stone lode mining claim,
j situated in the Copper Mountain Min
i ing district, fJraham county, Arizona,
and claimed by John C. Moldcr and
J. M. Krickson.
EDISON FIRESIDE PHONOGRAPH
The latest Edison machine, playing both Two and Four-Minute
Records, at the attractive price of
The Edison Is the only machine playing the Amberol Four-Minute
THE STORE THAT CARRIES THE iTOCK.
Successors to E. L. Andrew & Son.
every particular from
and varnish brush.
Bristles are imbedded in hard rubber which can be depended upon
to retain them until the brush ie worn out.
We have them in all styles from the household kind to the brush
for the professional painter.
Talbot & Hubbard
1 i mi. tt i a-.
A lie xiaiu
A clean watch means good time to you for years to come. True
economy in a time piece lies in cleanliness. The delicate parts doing
indescribable w rk will soon wear themselves to ruin, destroy . their
high finish and perfect fit when running in accumulating dirt and
rancid oil. If you are not satis-fied with the time your wateh is
keeping now, bring it into us and we will guarantee you good time.
Our charges are reasonable.
E. THOMA MANUFACTURING CO.
I Salesroom 22 S. Third
t I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
244-246 E. Washington St.
P o w dcr,
ter, etc., at
Berryhill's Big Book Store
"The Thirsty Man's
THESE HOT DAYS
AND EAT EEL
CORN FLAKES 10c
35 W. Washington St.
Sold, Rented and Repaired.
ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO.
Tel. Black 8534.
V. R. Norria, Prop.
M . e a.. L:i. Ca
waie ti,ui c
Avenue. Phone Main 361. I
Moore & McLellan
Undertakers and Embalmars.
11 West Adama Street.
Telephone Main 122.
MORDEN'S BIG SECOND
Buys, sells and rents stoves.
New and second hand fur
niture, stoves and ranges.
WHAT MONEY WILL DO AT
D. W. Williams Grocery Ca
No. 42 No. let Ava.
16 lbs. Beet Sugar for.. $1.00
15 lbs. Cane Sugnr for.. gj. 00
S cans any kind of Lye.... 25
Columbian Pie Pumpkin.
Gallon can Pie Pumpkin. 4o
Gal can Pie Blackberries o0
GaL can Pie Peaches. ,....50
Gallon can Pie Apricots... 45
Gallon can Pie Apples 45
Armour's Pork and Beans,
Van camp's Pork ui! ixsans.
If you want it quick
Phone Main 173.
Evorthlng First Claaa
Famous Tony Faust Beer on
Billy Gamble, Proprietor.
Mill! lit I I 1 1 1 1 Ullll II 1
THE HOFFMAN CIGAR
t STAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP. X
t CIGARS, TOBACCO AND
X Corner Broadway and Cantar.
hi i iihiiiii i nn it i nut
Notice to Kepnblican 1
. . . . JUU3WllUtl5. . . .
Befor going away on your
vacation, do not fail to give
orders to hava Tha Republican
follow you. No trouble to
change your addreia as often as
you wish. The Republican ia 75
cents per month, (seven days a
Phone Main 47, and the circu
lation man will do the rest.
41 8. 1st Ave.
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