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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22,' 1909.
THE - WOMEN -DO
NOT DO .THE WORK.
"t THE WONDER
DOES IT FOR THEM.
We have received shipment of
THIS REALLY WONDERFUL,
washer and can supply those
who have been waiting. for them
to arrive. We GUARANTEE
the WONDER WASHER tT do
MORE work, BETTER work,
with LESS labor, than any
other washer. If it does do this,
it is the one you want: if It
don't you pet your MONEY
BACK. &OLD ONLY AT
Davidson's Cash Store
A'' resort for gentlemen. The
original BUDWEI8ER BEER
on draught. : .."
FRANK. CONNELLEY, Prep.
On 'July io V will u leave
on a vacation and recrea
tion trip, returning the first
part of September. Dr. J.
Q. 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. -!i Arizona.
Thore-iY more in a letter than
it told by the nik. A Using im
pression is eonveyed by the sta
tionery you use. High-class-stationery
stamps upon the
mind of the . reader . assurance
of the writer's refinement We
can supply you with the quality
LOYETT DRUG CO.
' Phone Maiii 1ft.
N. W. Corner Center and Wash
I I III 1 1 1 1 M I ll iMttl
I; Home Baking Company ::
m:: j; pettid, Mgr. :
; ; Bakes afull line of the : :
; ! very best Bread, Cakes '
;; and Pastry. Give us a
', I trial. ''. "
Vandevilie and Pictures
ITS THE HOW
m i n i i i n i u n nii n t
G. A..btreitz, County 8urveyor. i
I STREITZ & THOMPSON
.... CIVIL. ENGINEERS.-, T
U. 8. Mineral Surveyors
City, country and mineral sur- f
veya. ' Mine work. Engineering
designs. Estimate and Con- X
trucUon. - -
' Room 9 Monition Block.
''Phone F.ed B24L
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I Daily ' Weather Report
Local Daily Weather Report.
, The Arizon Republican.
Forecast for ' today: Partly
cloudy with local showers.
Data for 24 hours ending 6:30
Barometer, inches ..29.82 29.79
Temperature, degrees 82 102
Dew point, degrees ..69 62
Humidity, per cent.. 65 28
Wind direction W W
Wind velocity, miles 1 4
Rainfall, inches 0 0
Weather Clear Pt. Cldy J
Meah daily humidity ....... 46
' Mean daily temperature 92
Highest temperature 103
Lowest temperature 82
Total daily rainfall... 0
Deficiency In temperature
T yesterday 3 degrees.
1 Deficiency in temperature A
since first of month 73 degrees.
T Accumulated deficiency In
I temperaturo since January 1, 4.
X ' Doficinecy in rainfall since
yesterday 0.03 inch.
T Accumulated deficiency ' In 1
rainfall since January l, u.67
Accumulated deficiency in X
4 rainfall since January 1, 0.61 T
I Accumulated deficiency In
rainfall since January 1, 0 56
L. N. JESUNOFSKY.
, 1 nil; 111111115111' 11 1
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I OF " XOCAL INTEREST
LICENSED TO WED A marriage
license was issued yesterday to Fred
Gatke and Sadie Stover.
OLD NEWSPAPER MAN N. A
Morford, accompanied by Mrs. Mor
ford, returned to the city yesctrday
BACK FROM THE -MOUNTAINS
Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Johnson returned
from a summer's vacation spent in the
mountains at Prescott.
WILL CAMP B. S. Patterson and
F., L. Melick, the latter from the
Isaac district, left yesterday for a
camping trip In the White mountains.
MAY BE IN SAN FRANCISCO
Though no word has been received
from Harry McLean or his trainer.
Lewis, since the pair went to Seattle,
it is thought that perhaps the two
have stopped over in San Francisco to
take in a meet there.
APPROVED MINERAL SURVEY
Mineral Survey No. 2658, embracing
the Parsia, Astic and Turquoise lodes,
has been approved by the surveyor
general. This survey is situated in the
Turquoise mining district, Cochise
county, Arizona, and is claimed by S.
MORE FIRE WATER Five Indians
will pass Sunday . in the cltv Jail.
Three of them were arrested at the
high school, where they were found
very much under the Influence of
liquor. The others were captured back
of a saloon. The Redskins will be
given time to sober up so that they
may tell where they got the firewater.
NOT AN EXAGGERATION Al
though The Republican reported the
supposed death of James Barnett, yes
terday morning in a hermitage on the
desert, an incident that was unfound
ed, the report was made In good faith.
Such a report was made to a Repub
lican reporter. Mr. Barnett is driving
his delivery wagon in Phoenix as usual
and is in good health.
THEY LOCKED WHEELS Two
buggies locked wheels in front of the
Hub clothing store yesterday after
noon, throwing a young woman from
one of the buggies owned by Joe Mon
ition. The party driving -the other
vehicle was an entire . Btranger. The
horses on neither of the carriages at
tempted to run away. The young wo
man was taken Into the Hub where
she was attended by Dr. Hughes. She
was not seriously Injured.
THE RIVER CROSSING A good
many people are making Inquiries
about the best crossing places on
the Salt river. The Center street
crossing has been greatly damaged by
and changed by the recent floods so
that while perhaps it is safe enough
It has become very difficult on account
of the great holes that have been
washed. The best crossing and a very
easy one is at Seventh street. If one
keeps below the dam and goes" in "a
general southwesterly direction so as to
reach the other bank opposite the foot
or Center street he will have no trou
ble. School Trustees
Now is the time to
place, your . order for
School Supplies. Call
on or write to us for
prices before ; placing
C0MP A NT
Opposite Court House.
REVIVALIST" HERE "Wild BH1
Evans, the revivalist from Texas, who
is to open a series of meetings at Cart
wright, was in Phoenix yesterday. His
magnetic personality, great powers of
expression and deep conviction, as well
as, deep earnestness promise for him
a great abundance of success at the
coming meetings. -FIRST
Services today, August 22d, will
be as follows Sunday school, 9:45 a.
m.: morning" worship, union service.
held at the First Methodist church,
corner ' of Second avenue and Monroe
street, 11 o'clock; Christian Endeavor
prayer meeting, 6:30 (in this church);
union young people's service, 7 p. m., at
the Christian church, corner of Fifth
avenue and Monroe street; evening
service, union, at the Christian
church, 8 o'clock.
A BENCH SHOW Superintendent
Wood of the poultry and pet stock de
partment of the" territorial fair an
nounces that that department will be
augmented this year by a bench show.
There are already a good many thor
oughbred dogs and some very valuable
ones of different varieties and it is
thought that the show if it can be
made will be very entertaining to dog
lovers and may be made the begin
ning of a department which will be
come one of importance.
START THIS MORNING The S. P.
motor cars will make their first run
between here and Mesa at 9 o'clock
this morning, running every hour. The
cars will be run on city time. It is ex
pected that each car will be packed.
Many will attend the base ball game
at Mesa between the Salt River Val
ley nine from here and the Maroons
of Mesa. It Is thought that the game
will be a whirlwind from the first
man up to bat. The teams are will
matched and will be in condition to
deliver the goods in large packages
The two teams will rub bats at Drew's
park where an admission of 25 cents
will be charged which will include
seats in the grand stand. The first
man to the bat will be at 2:30 p.m.
The batteries are Williams and Morris
and Delgado and Poncho.
On all Tan Shoes and
Oxfords for Men and
Women until Saturday
night, August 21.
Men's Heavy Work Shoes
H. A. DIEHL & CO.
I West Washington St
- i ".
A Fit For Every Foot.
i HERE IN MORNING A. E. Tay
lor, chief clerk of the Saita Fe gen
eral passenger office spent yesterday
morning in the company's office, in
BACK FROM COAST B. G. Fecka,
returned yesterday from a vacation
at the coast. He stated that he had
a fine time and would now be ready
to make the dirt fly in his real es
LE CIEL AGAIN DREW Le Ciei
at the Grand drew a goodly sized au
dience last night at both shows. Tim
act has drawn as well if not better
than anything that Manager Echlin
has offered show-goers for a long
time. ' "
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
Postoffice building, entrance on Mon
roe St. Morning service at 11 o'clock,
subject of the lesson-sermon "Wjind."
Sunday school at 9:45. Wednesday
evening meeting' at 8 o'clock. All are
cordially Invited to, attend church ser
vices. . HE SELLS THEM W. D. O'Neil,
who is the Smith Typewriter's com
pany's expert salesman, arrived from
the east yesterday and reported the
most enjoyable summer that he has
spent in the past five years. Not
only was he on an outing, but at the
same time made as many sales as any
of the force for the summer months.
He is now at the Ford hotel. v
TANNER CHAPEL, A. M. F.
CHURCH, corner Second and Jeffer
son streets. Rev. Franklin Bray, pas
tor. phone. Black 8351. Sabbath ser
vices': 10, Sabbath- school. Miss Ard-
more Lewis,, superintendent. 11,
preaching, subject, 'Preparation." 12,
class meeting. .8, preaching. The pub
lic Is Invited to attend all our services.-
Strangers are always made,
FUNERAL YESTERDAY The
funeral services over the remains of
Frank" "McCrea, the lineman, who was
one of the fated ones in the recent
Iron Springs railway disaster, were
held yesterday afternoon at 4 p.m. at
the Merriman parlors. A large num
ber of relatives were present includ
ing A- E. McCrea of Prescott, R.
Dickson, Jr., of Parker, Mrs. R. Dick
son of Hempstead, Texas, and Mrs.
Geneva Dickson. Many of the rail
road men and brother linemen at
tended. A TOUR OF INSPECTION Gener
al' Manager W. A. Drake arrived in
the city yesterday, afternoon from a
trip of Inspection along the A. & C.
to see what' damage, if any had been
Inflicted by the recent floods. The
track was found generally to be fft'
good condition, little the worse for
the baptism which all that country
had received. Mr. Drake was asked
what was the state of the weather
MAJESTIC WILL OPES
WITH CARROLL JOHNSON
The Majestic Is completed and will
be opened for the first time Tuesday
evening to Phoenix lovers of amuse
ment, with America's peer of minstrel
men, Carroll Johnson, and six other
acts. The New Majestascope will also
be run for the first time.
The large roomy stage with Its new
scenery painted by a San Francisco
artist of note, is capable of handling
any vaudeville attraction on the
boards. The manner of arranging the
seats enables everyone, even In the
farthest part of the house, to get a full
view of the stage. Two boxes well
located by the stage will each hold at
least twenty people. The pit of the
orchestra ia arranged for perfect ac
companiment, both for the vaudeville
artists and for the moving pictures.
Carroll Johnson will, of course, be
sure to please, and needs no comment.
Lorimer, Johnstone and Cooke, in
their laugh-provoking sketch. "After
the Ball," have been delivering a high
class of work on the coast and easily
come under the headliner variety.
' Joe Egan, formerly a telegraph oper
ator in this city, presents a Broadway
act, full of singing, dancing and mon
ologue. He is called the Interfcrer.
The orchestra will offer several or
chestra numbers that will be high class
and restful after a day of hard work.
The following is the bill for the open
ing Tuesday night:
Opening overture by Majestic or
chestra, "Majestic March" (special.)
The Majestograph "Mother Goose,"
feature picture, and "Taking His
Joe Egan, the Broadway boy, sings
and talks a little, will Interfere right
here. ' '
Illustrated song, "Golden Arrow," by
Dore Goode, tenor.
Lorimer Johnstone and Caroline
Cooke, presenting the pleasing comedy
sketch, "After the Ball."
Overture, orchestra, "Stubborn Cin-
Carroll Johnson, "that minstrel man."
The program Tuesday Might at the
performances at 7:30 and 9 o'clock, for
which the admission will be 10c, 20c
CORPORATION TAX LAW.
The President Has No Fear of Test
to Be Applied to IL
Beverly, Aug. 21. Reports reaching
Beverly daily from Washington and
New York that the constitutionality of
the new corporation tax is to be tested
have not disturbed the president in the
least. He so declared himself today.
Tests and protests, the president
said, were all anticipated. Mr. Tail
himself is a lawyer and the father of
the corporation tax idea, and he Is
thoroughly convinced that the tax will
stand any test that may be applied
Why everybody is satisfied that trade with us. We always give goods of known
quality and at prices that are as low as the lowest in Arizona. You just try us
next time and you will always be our friends.
ELVEY Sl HULETT Quality Druggists
Nlver Substitute. Same" Old Phone Main One 27 East Washington St.
with respect to temperature along
the Colorado. Ho evaded the ques
tion, saying that he had a good many
friends out there and liked the coun
try at most seasons of the year.
HOTELS MADE MONEY A. Rede
will returned .Monday from the coast.
His opinion of conditions in Log An
geles during the Elks' week was not
very roseate. He accused the hotels
of making money and said they
doubled up on their prices. However,
Mr. Redewill returned with one idea,
which he obtained from the city near
the sea, and that was expansion with
a capital "B." "Los Angeles has taken
in San Pedro and Wilmington," he
said, "and soon I suppose all the beach
resorts for mljes dp and down the coast
will be In the corporation limits. 'That
means an enormous city and huge pop
ulation. The same scheme should bo
applied right here in Phoenix. There
are many of the outlying districts thaf
contain a population large enough to
warrant their being taken into the
SUMBS TO ILLNESS
William F. Young Died Yesterday
William F. Young, considered to be
one of the finest accountants of the
country, and formerly in the employ
of the Chicago and Northwestern
railroad at Chicago, died at his home
in the Brill addition at 2:45 yester
day morning from tuberculosis.
For many years Mr. Young had
been considered by the railroad to be
their star accountant. His services
were always in demand by competing
railroads, but he was a staunch sup
porter of the Chicago and North
western and would not leave. Five
years ago he came to Arizona for his
Im med lately upon his arrival an
improvement was noticed. Last sum
mer he took a trip to the coast in
California, where, after catching a
bad eold, he returned and ever since
has been on the decline.
William F- Young, was 44 years of
age, and from all outward appear
ances seemed hale and hearty until
his trip to California' last summer.
He was always cheerful, at Jovial en
tertainer, big . hearted and a" good
business man, of an unselfish dis
position. Mrs. Theresa Young, his
Silver Bits and Spjrs. ,
Saddlery Goods of all kinds. -
See our Suit Cases. - -
40 West Washington St
Telephone Main 69.
YOU CAN SAVE
money on a suit case if you come
soon. Suit cases are bulky, our store
is small. We are notvgoing to carry
them any more and are selling below
real value. Hinckley's Postoffice News
The cup that cheers but
does not change the gait.
We have it in our fine
Blended Teas from 50 cents
Try our blend of India Tea, 40 cent3
the pound; especially prepared for
Ice Tea. We will be pleased to sub
mit sample's. Ring us up. Phone
VALLEY TEA & COFFEE HOUSE.
131 N. Center St.
A Good Many Reasons
Leading Brands We Sell Them
CHASE & SANBORN'S
Prices from 25c to 45c per pound.
35 W. Washington St.
mother and .Mrs. Ella Knorpp will go
with his remains to Milwaukee, Tues
$100 Dollars Reward, $100
TJie readers of this paper will be pleas
ed to learn that there is ai least one
dreaded disease that science has been
ahle io cure In all its stages, and that
is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the
only positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrn being a con
stitutional disease, requires a constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the founda
tion of the disease, and giving the pa
tient strength by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature In doing
Its work. The proprietors have so much
fatth in Its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fails te cure. Bend for list of
F. J. CHKNEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Prueclsts, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa
f H I H H i t IIIIIHMIHIIH
;;,THE HOFFMAN CIGAR
! ' STAND, E. j. DOYLE, PROP.
1 1 CIGARS, . TOBACCO AND
Corner Broadway ' and Center. :
iin M nt 1 1 hi 1 1 ii 1 1 ikh
I - - more popular than ever
In the Phonograph "Worlds Are the
EDISON AND VICTOR.
You ought to have oncV
9-11 E. Washington St. . ;v . phoenix, Ariz.
THE TINT THAT WONT
THE SANITARY WALL
What a difference there is between the beauti
ful, soft and harmonious tints of ALABASTINE,
when compared with that old-style, unsightly and
unsanitary wall paper.
ALABASTINE mixes with cold water and is
so simple in operation that a child can apply it.
Unlike most other wall tints, it positively will not
rub off. Call or write us for tint cards showing the
, Talbot & Hubbard
"The Hardware Store."
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 work 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 satisfied with the time your watch Is
keeping now, bring it Into us and we will guarantee you good time.
Our charges are reasonable.
Falnleaa removal of
Corna, 10 cents each.
Bunions, Moles and
Warts, removed by
ing Toenails a spe
cialty. Men, Ladles and Children
treated Cay or evenings. Between
First and Center St.. on Adams.
Phone Red 1071. FRANK SHIRLEY.
Phone Main 259.
for Summer Reading,
for Summer . Enter
tainment and Instruc
tive pastime, what is
better than a "good
old stiff-back friend?"
Big Book Store
"The Mail Order House.
' . . Sold, Rented and Repaired.
ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO.
Tel Black 1534. V. R. N orris. Prop. 41 8. 1st Avo.
Moore: & McLellan
Undertakers and Embalmers.
11 West Adams Street,
Telephone Main 122.
I H t I III I I I I I i I I I I I I I Mr
We make a specialty of
Drachmae Cigar Go I
1 1 1 1 I I It l M I t II I I I I I I I 1 1
WHAT MONEY WILL DO AT
D.W. Williams Grocery Co
No. 42 No. Irt Ave.
1 lbs. Beet Sugar for.. SI. 00
IS lbs. Cane Sugar for.. JJ .00
t cans any kind of Lye....23
Columbian Pie Pumpkin,
Gallon can Pie- Pumpkin. 45
Gal can Pie Blackberries 50?
GaL can Pie Peaches 50
Gallon can Pie Apricots.. :45
Gallon can Pie Apples 45
Armour's Pork and Beans,
Vancamp'a Pork Uu eana,
If you wane It quick
Phone Main 173.
JW. A. REYNOLDS .;;
Contractor and Builder !:
Plans ami- specifications fur
nished - free "n all work con-
traded or superintended by him.
Let me plan your home for you.
TEED. Phone Red 8255.
T Residence. 1T13 AT. Fillmore St.
Office, I'lve Points, Phoenix. A
Notice to Republican
. . . : Subscribers . . . .
Before going away on your
vacation, do not fail to give
orders to have The Republican
follow you. No trouble to
change your address as often as
you wish. The Republican ia 75
cents per month, (seven daya a
Phone Main 47, and the circu
lation man will do the resL