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THE-ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1910:
3 ' Mutual
of New York.
Fop terms to producing agents,
J. H, COONS, Manager,
34 North Center St.,
The new solid one piece bifocal.
lines, no cement, no wafer to drop off,
no blurring; in fact, no objections of
any kind. The finest piece of optical
work turned out today the kind you
want they're called Kryptoks. We fit
thom and know they will suit you.
I DR. RIUNSON
; Optician End Optometrist
118 TV. Washington St. Phooalx. A. T.
"Arsenate of lead
Recommended by the
State Horticulturist for
tie destruction of the
Coddling Moth, Canker
worm, Tussock Moth,
Potato Beetle, Brown
Tail Moth, etc. It is
effective and sure. It
can be used on any
kind of plant, vegeta
ble, vine or tree.
LOYETT DRUG CO.
N. W. Cor. Center and
Telephone Main 18.
S. A. Echlin, Mgr.
; Willis G. West
l-JANE METZLER URBAN
: An Astronomical Novelty
EW PICTURES AND SONGS
'The American Consul to Japan"
OH, YOU RED-HEADS.
Alger's Books for Boys, all
new, at 4Q
Dorothy bale's Books for
Girls, all new, at... 60
Frank V. Webster's Books
for Boysr all new, at 60 d
Children's Picture Books at all
prices from., .5.-10 S1.25
The largest stock ever
brought to . this city now on
F. B. Baptist & Co.
11 and 13 N. Center St.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
lIAO.VD ItRAM I'JI.LM, for 25,
ran kaovn is Best. Stut. Alwan Reliable
SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERVWHERg
If This is It
5,.V'et,e? t".nnd l(randA
J'lII. In lied ind (Sold i7irtiIilcV
KSltd with Blue RilAon. V
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DAILY WEATHER REPORT
Local Daily Weather Report for The
Forecast for today: Fair; cooler.
Data for 24 hours ending 5:30 p. m.
a. m. a. m
Barometer, inches 29.7S 29.73
Temperature, degrees -19 S7
Sensible or wet temp.... '.49
Dew point, degrees.... ....31
Humidity, per cent. 28
Wind direction . i.W
Wind velocity, miles 7
Rainfall, inches S
Weather .. Clear Pt. cldy
Mean daily humidity 28
Mean daily temperature 78
Highest temperature 93
Lowest temperature 63
Total daily rainfall T
Excess in temperature yesterday, 6
Excess in temperature since first
of month, 47 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since January 1, 641' degrees.'
Deficiency in rainfall yesterday,
Deficiency in rainfal since first of
month, 0.16 inches.
Accumulated deficiency In rainfall
since January 1, 3.94 inches.
U X. JESUNOFSKT,
Section Director. .
STORED WATER SUPPLY.
The elevation of the water above
the Roosevelt dam yesterday was
66.45 feet, indicating a stored supply
of 27,913 acre feet. At Granite Reef
the normal flow of the Salt and
Verde rivers was 14009 miners' In
ches, while the normal flow of the
Salyt at the joint head was 2260
nches. On the north side 12,575 in
ches were used for irrigating pur
poses, while 10,015 inches were used
on the south side. The schedule of
water distribution for tomorrow is as
follows: Arizona, S hours to quarter
section: Grand-appropriators, 12
hours; Maricopa, dry; Salt, 12 hours.
Ten dollars reward
will be paid for any in
formation leading to
the arrest and convic
tion of persons caught
stealing Arizona Re
publican. NOTARY PUBLIC. Vernon
Wright, bookkeeper for George Hage
man,r was yesterday appointed a no
tary public by Governor Sloan.
JURIES ORDERED. Judge Kent
yesterday ordered the drawing of the
grand and trial juries on Friday for
the coming term of the federal court.
NEW FLOOR COVERING The of
fice of the district court has been
properly prepared for the coming court
sessions by the placing of new linoleum
on the floor.
YOM K I P P U R Services by the
Jewish congregation in recognition of
Yom Kippur, or the day of atonement,
will be held in Melczer hall this oven
Ing at 7 o'clock and Thursday morning
at 8 o'clock.
TO INSPECT HOSPITAL L. M
Hoghe of the board of supervisors. Miss
Gilchrist of the Associated Charities,
and representatives of other organiza
tions dealing with the 3ick and impe
cunious, visited the county hospital
yesterday on a tour of inspection.
FOR PIANO FUND. The children
f the McKmley school, formerly
known as the Churchill school, will
be out today with tickets for an ice
cream affair to be held Saturday,
October 15, at the school house. The
object is to raise funds to pay on the
school piano. The ladies in charge
hope the friends of the little ones
will patronize them liberally.
ED. McCLARTY .BETTER. Ed.
McClarty, son of George McClarty of
this city, who was very dangerously
ill of typhoid fever in the Southern
Pacific hospital in San Francisco, has
recovered sufficiently to come south
far as Los Angeles. Ho seems to
be well except that he has not yet
fully . recovered his weight and
strength and will probably return
home when it gets a trifle cooler.
LICENSES ISSUED Marriage 11-
Icenses were issued yesterday by the
probate court to John J. Grump and
Mary L. Payson of Glendale, and to
Joseph L,. Hawkins and -Blanche "Mc
Donald of Mesa City. The first named
couple, it is understood, were .married
last night or today by a minister at
Glendale. The other couple were to
be married in Mesa City by Mr. Lc
Sueur, a dignitary of the Mormon
Yost $ 12.50
Remington No. 6 20.00
Remington No. 7 25.00
No. 3 30.00
Olivers No. 3 35.00
New Monarch . . . 105.00
See East Window.
Opposite Court House.
j OF LOCAL INTEREST j
FUNERAL OF R. C. HILL The
funeral of the late R. C. Hill will be
held Thursday morning at 9 o'clock
from the Catholic church.
GOES TO LOS ANGELES Charles
A. Dlehl was a passenger last even
ing on the "Phoenix," bound for Jos
Angeles, Where he expects to remain
several weeks, '
HERE FROM SCRANTON A. Dale
Smith, representing the International
Correspondence Schools of Scranton,
rived here yesterday upon his regular
trip of inspection of the field agents.
GONE TO CINCINNATI Alice
Quill and Julia Quill left yesterday
evening on the Golden State Limited
of the Southern Pacific for Cincin
nati, where they will spend several
weeks, the guests of friends.
GOES TO WASHINGTON Thomas
Armstrong, Jr., left la&t evening over
the Washington-Sunset route for
Washington, D. C, Where he has sev
eral cases to be heard by the United j
States supreme court. Before return
ing he will journey to New York and
other eastern points.
PHOENIX CLUB TO MEET The
Phoenix Young Men's club will hold a
meeting on Thursday evening In Lum
sdn's hall. The committee having the
meeting in charge hopes that there
may be a. full attendance and that-all
Who contemplate attending will notify
the secretary of such Intention.
VISITING C. F. MOWBRAY J. B.
Sanders of Washington, D. C, arrived
in this city yesterday upon a visit with
with his brother-in-law, C. F. Mow
bray, traveling passenger agent of the
Southern Pacific, with headquarters in
this city. Mr. Sanders expects to re
main here during the coming winter.
' TO VISIT OLD HOME E. W.
.French left last evening on the South
ern Pacific for New Orleans. From
there he will go via. the Southern Pa
cific boat lines to New York and Bos
ton. Mr. French says it is twenty
seven years since he has been .back
to the old home, and he expects to
spend several weeks in that section,
renewing former acquaintances.
GOES BACK TO EMPORIA W. J.
Musch, who came overland in an
Overland with J. J. Evans and party,
coining from Hartford, Kas., left last
evening over the Santa Fe for his
home. Before leaving he stated that
he was so "well pleased with what he
had seen in the Salt River valley that
he would require but little more per
suasion to cause him to bring his
family here and make Arizona his
- ON MINING BUSINESS; Theo
dore Phillips, superintendent of the
London Mountain mine, at Christ
mas, is now in the city and will leave
tonight for New York, Washington
and other eastern points. He will be
acompanied east by his son who will
enter the Staunton military academy
at Staunton, Virginia. Mr. Phillips
expects to return in about two weeks
but business matters may keep him
in the east a month or more.
LOSES HER HANDBAG Miss
Moore, who is an actress appearing nt
the Coliseum, reported to the police
yesterday that while he was at the
Southern Pacific depot yesterdav
morning somebody had stolen her
hand bad containing a gold locket and
a sum of money. She was unable to
state in Just what manner the handbag
disappeared, but she was of the opinion
that it had been taken from her arm
as she was -standing upon the plat
form. ADVERTISING FOR BIDS The
board of supervisors is advertising for
bids to be opened October 24, for the
construction of that part of the coun
ty road between Morristown nnd Wick
enburg, that lies in Maricopa county, in
accordance with a survey already
made. Both Wickenburg and Morris
town are In this county but the former
is very close to the Yavapai line and
in going from one to the other the
county engineer found a better line
for the road by making a little detour
over the county boundary.
ENCOURAGING NEWS. W. K.
James has received very pleasing ad
vices concerning the condition of his
son, Heighton, who is ill in Los An
geles and is attended by his mother.
The news is that he had been sick
for a week before Mr. James was ad
vised, and passed the crisis of the
illness, which is . pneumonia, last
Sunday. Everything points to his
early recovery. Accompanying the
pneumonia were symptoms of typhoid
also but they seem to have disap
peared, so unless- there is some unex
pected change he will probably be out
FACING DIRE POVERTY If
something isn't done in the interest
of the local justices of the peace
they will soon be facing dire pov
erty. At a late hour yesterday it
was announced that not a warrant
.had been issued, a coroner's jury Im
pnneled, an examination heard, or a
complaint made. Not a farthing had
come in from official or private
sources and. life was an echoing void.
The birds of the. air have nests and
the foxes have holes, but a justice
of the peace in a law-abiding town
like Phoenix, hath not where to
reach for a two-bit piece.
RESULTS SHOWN Already the
Los .Angeles bureau of the Phoenix
board of trade is showing results.
Last week two homeseekers whoso
attention had been drawn to this val
ley through the branch arrived in
this city, and yesterday morning
Charlqs H. Ayers and family came in
to look around, with a view to set
tling here. One of the persons who
came In last week, a Mr. Pearson, has
purchased a $4,000 ranch northeast of
the city. Mr. Ayers is much im
pressed and will probably decide to
JOHN-COOK D. P. Jones, con
nected with the Collings Vehicle &
Harness company, and a resident of
Phoenix for the past five years, and
Mrs. Bessie E. Cook, who came to
Phoenix two years ago from Kansas
City, were united in marriage yester
day afternoon by Rev, Robert S. Fish
er, pastor of the First Methodist
church, the ceremony being performed
on' North Ninth street, where they will
make their future home. Following
the cerenVony, Mr. and Mrs: Jones left
over "The Phoenix" for Los Angeles
where they will spend 0( two -weeks
Knees Became Stiff
Flvo Yoars of Sovoro Rheumatism
The cure of Henry J. Goldstein, 14
Barton Street. Boston.. Mass., Is anoth
er victory by Hood's Sarsaparllla.
This great medicine has succeeded In
many cases where others have utterly
failed. Mr. Goldstein says: "I suf
fered from rheumatism five years, it
kept me from. business and caused ex
cruciating pain. My knees would be
come as stiff as steel. I tried many
medicines without relief, then took
Hood's Sarsaparilla, soon felt much
better, and, now consider myself en
tirely cured. I recommend Hood's."
Get it today In usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs,
BACK FROM VACATION Mrs.
Seljni Michaelson returned yesterday
morning from an extended visit with
friends in the east.
HERE FROM MESA Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard y Georgo came, over
from Mesa yesterday and will spend
a few days here , the guests of
OFF FOR CHICAGO Isador Had
sell left last evening on the Cali
fornia Limited of the Santa Ke,
bound for Chicago where ho was
called on' business. He will also
visit friends for several weeks while
in the east.
GEORGE B. RYAN HAPPY It was
one of those yellow slips the Western
Union uses In scndlni; -out a message
received at Its offices, but George B.
Ityan exhibited it yesterday to a few
hundred of his friends in Phoenix as
though it were the only telegram ever
received by any man. It said some
thing about a gol, strong, healthy
boy awaiting the ar.rival of George
out in Los Angeles. And that's why
George didn't do any business in
Phoenix yesterday after arriving here
In the morning and was the cause
of his leaving on the first train after
the message was delivered to him.
"APPLES AND POTATOES. An
other big box of literature and Ari
zona products were sent out last
night by Secretary Harry Welch to
the board of trade's branch In Los
Angeles. The products consisted of
apples and potatoes. They were two
of the potatoes and one weighed 13
pounds. Thoy were grown by Will
iam Lees on his Hassnyampa ranch,
two miles and a half above Wicken
burg. The apples were sent down
from the Fair Oaks orchard, in Skull
valley, by F. R. Stewart. There were
subirrlgated only. There wore four
or five varieties of the fruit and
every Individual apple was big and
A STRING OF 10'S Something of a
coincidence in themattcr of dates oc
curred on Monday in the office of the
Greene & Griffin Investment company.
It was the tenth day of the tenth month
of the year 1910. An employe who had
becasion to telephone Mr. Griffin at
another point-while waiting for his re
sponse instinctively scratched on a
piece' of paper 10-10-10. At the con
clusion of the conversation he looked at
his watch and found it was just ten
minutes past 10, whereupon he com
pleted his notation as follows: 10-10-10-10-10.
Another thing noticed in the
figures beside the repetition is that
only two characters were used, a
straight line nnd an oval. It is also
observed that there are ten figures in
the aggregated figures. The word ag
gregated is used because there aro just
ten letters in the word.
SEEKING THE IMPOSSIBLE J.
Thompson Llndsley representing the
Wertheimer-Swarts Shoe company is
calling on the Phoenix trade and in
cidentally shaking hands with old
frlands whether they have money to
buy shoes or not. Mr. LindsK-y is
not exactly a tenderfoot as he has
been selling shoes In these parts for
twenty-five years. He made good as
a salesman in the early days and
about twenty years ago the Wer
thelmerSwarts company finding it
self with a large stock on hand em
ployed him to dispose of it for them,
He has been plugging away at th
job ever since but finds it an up
bill fight. Though he has sold a
good many trainloads of shoes since
then he says there is no indication
that he will ever complete his con
tract. The last time he was in- St
Louis the company had more shoes
on hand than ever and the faster he
disposes of them the faster the com
pany makes them. It's no use.
JAPAN'S WOMAN FRISONER.
The cells in every Japanese prison
are practically sleeping dormitories
as the prifeonors arc engaged in the
work sheds all day, or attending lec
tures and lessons in educational sub
Jects, deportment and morality. The
small Japanese woman prisoner Is
even taught how to serve tea prop
erly, because the Japanese have
grasped the fundamental truth that
whatever "raises a woman's self-re
spect helps to eliminate bad habits
in a word, to reform her. The pris
oners aro constantly learning, and
are given prizes and decorative re
wards for excellence. They are be
ing encouraged instead of repressed.
Everything is done to Instill a real
desire for permanent reform.
No. 2A Folding
A NEW 2YzxVA CAMERA FOR
Everything Photographic at Our
Big Book Store
"The Mail Order House."
Harness and saddles rr.ade vn our own
shop. Goods that will last. By far
the cheapest in the long run. Our pricos
are 'right It will pay yoty to look ua
N. PORTER SADDLE
and HARNESS CO.
40 W. Washington St.
Phone Main 69.
If .you need a trunk, suit
case or bag, why not get the
best? It costs you no more
if you get it at the
PHOENIX TRUNK .
433 W. Waih
Adams and Sixth Avenue,
Dining room, bath and parlor com
forts. Strictly home cooking .ind liest
of service. An ideal fall and winter
home. Prices most reasonable In the
W. J. MILSAP, Proprietor.
Overlnnd phone 333.
Collings Vehicle &
ADAMS - STREET.
A reeort for gontlmcn. The
original BUDVEISER BEER
FRANK CONNELLEY, Prop.
For Real Values in Jewelry
White & Weslev
Manufacturing Jewelers, En
gravers and Watchmakers.
All Work Done Propmtly.
12 WEST ADAMS.
California Flapjack, 2
for 35c. iSTcw Stock. . .
Next to N. Y. Store.
TIMELY HINTS for
Fresh Buckwheat and
Peacock Flour ...... 30c
Fresh Maple Syrup, ab
The Live Grocer.
35 W. Washington St.
Phone M 259.
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f NEW FRAMED PICTURES !
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We have received a new line
tels. Carbons, Photogravures and Prints of various kinds. Also a line "j!
of unframcd ones that will delight your eye and match any color T
scheme in your home. Sec us.
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PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
VARNISH, BRUSHES, '
ALABASTINE, DRY COLORS, ETC.
When preparing to do that pamtingflet-iiSrfigure.
with 3'ou. "We will save you money.
Talbot ($1 Hubbard
"The Hardware Store."
Headquarters for the best of everythinc in Elactrical Suppliac
ARIZONA ELECT RIG CO.
41 8. First Ava. Tal. Black
17 W. Adams- St.
Established 1892. Im
porter of Scotch Wool
ens. Prices moderate.
Guaranteed Under the Food and
Drags Act, June 30th. 190G.
Home Baking Co.
M. J. PETTID, Managar
Phone Main 231
PHOENIX - - ARIZONA.
Corner Third and Washington
Highest market price paid for
all kinds of hides, wool pelts,
Fifth and Jackson Streets.
Phone Main 311. P. O. Box J.
Call and see the Kacy-
cle, the best wheel
made. I carry a large
line of Racycles, Bi
cycles and Bicycle Sup
plies. Eepairing quick
The Bicycle Man,
25-27 East Adams.
The Eacycle Store.
TOM & SING'S
Regular Meals 35 Cents
Short Orders All Night.
TOM & SING'S
' AMERICAN KITCHEN
36 N. Center St.
E. Thoma Electric &
Both phones: Main 361. ;
Next floor to" Yajley Bank.
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of Framed Pictures Etchings, Pas- " .
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V. R. NORRIS, Prop.
Phoenix Oil Co.
City DeL Ph. R 4891.
221 W. Jeff.
"My motor doesn't miss once 'With
"Tour gasoline works perfectly In
"I can burn the last drop In the
can with my stove."
These are all quoted from the homes
of business men. I guarantee every
drop of oil I selL If it lsn"t good It
won't cost you a cent for what you
"THE HOUSE OP JOHN D."
Open Day and Night
First-Class Meals 25c
Next door to Washing
11 W. Washington St.
Our stock of popular-priced
goods in all lines is increasing.
Hurry and get the first choice
pf nev goods.
The R. & M. Variety
136 E. Washington St.
Opp. City Hall Plaza.
Arizona Saddlery Co.
45 N. Ctnter St, Phoenix, Arir.
Made from specially blended
flour with great "care, under
sanitary conditions. It is mixed,
weighed and moulded by ma
chinery scarcely touched by
hand and completed. It is a
full weight loaf of delicious,
wholesome bread. 10c per loaf.
HALF SIZE 5c
Phoenix Bakery and
EDWARD EISELE, Prop.
Phone Main 89.'