THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING-, NOVEMBER 3, 1910.
IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY.
1 25 h.p. Return Tubular, Half Front.
1 40 h.p. Return Tubular, Half Front.
1 45 h.p. Internally Fired Type.
1 2 h.p. Vertical. .
Duplex and Single Cylinder Boiler Feed.
Single and Two-Stage Centrifugal.
1 3-4, 2, 4 1-2 and 9 cubic feet capacity.
10 and 13 cubic feet capacity.
STEAM SPECIALTIES, VALVES and FITTINGS
Just arrived The finest line of: brass novelties ever
fihown in PHOEXIX. There are paper cutters, calendars,
jewel-boxes, desk-sets, baskets, trays, reading-glasses,
smoklng-sets, bells, ink-stands, bridge trump indicators,
pencils and paper clips.
These are the Tidiest and showiest goods ever offered
at the prices.
F. A. Hilderbran & Company
VJirUn?xUr &. Jewe ers. 1U west wasnmgion
THE BEST COMMERCIAL PRINTING- COSTS
NO MORlE THAN THE POORER WORK. NEXT
36 S. CENTER.
PHONE MAIN 81.
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
2 Blocks South of Court House
Cor. 2nd Ave. and Jackson St.
THE COOKING IS DIFFERENT AT THE
33 North First Avenue
Stewart & Tern pi in
Bicycles and Sundries
Next Door to P. O
Phone Main 863
Are now in style and
we have been prepar
ing for their certain
popularity by laying
in a large and varied
stock of very dainty
models which we are
now prepared to
show. They are in
plain effects, and a
that are most dain
tily and fetchingly
You are invited to insrject our show-rooms at
your leisure. Exvjcrt Milliners only to wait on you.
and Second Sts.
My Corns Don't
Hurt A Bit.
Tired, Aching, Swollen, Smelly,
Sweaty Feet, Corns, Callouses
and Bunions, TIZ Cures
Say good-bye to your corns the very
first time you use TIZ. You will
never know you have a corn, bunion
or callous, or sweaty, tired, swollen,
aching feet any more. It's just won
derful the way the pain vanishes.
Rub the corn hammer It wfth your
fist If you wish no more pain after
TIZ than if there had never been a
blemish on your feet. Doesn't that
sound good to you? Doesn't it?
Then read this:
"The corns on either of my toes
were as large as the tablets you make
to cure them. Today there is no sign
of corns on either foot and no sore
ness. It's an up-to-date Godsend.
Sam A. Hoover, Progress, N. C.
Just use TIZ. It's not like anything
else for the purpose you ever heard
"of. It's the only foot remedy ever
made which acts on the prin
cipal of drawing out all the poisonous
exudations which cause sore feet.
Powders and other remedies merely
clog up the pores. TIZ cleans them
out and keeps them clean. It works
right off. You will feel better the very
first time It's used. Use it a week
and you can forget you ever had sore
feet. There Is nothing on earth that
can compare with It. TIZ Is for sale
at all druggists, 25 cents per box, or
direct, if you wish, from Walter Lu
ther Dodge & Co., Chicago, 111. Rec
ommended and sold by A. L. Boeh-mer.
III APPROACHING SERIES
Tigers and Jewels Are Practicing
Daily For Opening Game.
Probably notln years has there
been manifested in Phoenix the in
terest in baseball existing at the
present time coincident with the ap
proach of the day when Tebben's
Tigers and Rill Alvord's Jewels will
cross bats at Eastlake park In the
first game of the five-game series.
True to the assertion that teams of
strictly local personnel would appeal
more strongly to local fans, there is
today a growing spirit of friendly
rivalry between the members of each
team ns welt as among the friends
and admirers of the players.
Four days from today the first real
test of the compartlve strength of
the two nines will be made. All that
has been said and written regarding
the Jewels and the Tigers as relates
to the coming series is largely con
jecture, although there are thoso who
claim, rightly or otherwise, to be able
to "dope" out the result in advance.
There is considerable betting just
now, but so far as learned neither
team is sufficiently a favorite to
bring out the placing of any but
It is noticed that there has been
no bet announced as regards the out
come of the series. All the betting
seems to be on the outcome of the
first game. This is taken to indicate
that none is sufficiently satisfied
with the powers of his favorite team
to risk money on its staying powers
Once the teams have clashed it is
believed that there will be freer bet
ting than even at the present time.
The Tigers began team practice
Sunday and the same day the Jewels
began to place themselves in form,
for the work ahead. Some of the
Tiger players complain of soreness in
their muscles, but a day or two more
of good hard work is all that is
needed to round them Into the best
of form. Williams and Cuber have
worked out all stiffness from their
arms and will be ready to put up
the real article of ball. Tebben, Sul
livan, Towers and several others of
the Tigers lineup were at work all
of yesterday afternoon at the Polk
street grounds. Their stick work is
little short of superb and word re
ceived from Tempe and Mesa shows
that Stoverson, Williams, Cuber and
Mullen arc just as handy as ever
witlt the willow,.
Parks, Dyer and Hodges, the Jew
els pitchers are spending several
hours each day in tossing and bat
ting the ball and were never in bet
ter form. Duhnson is hard at work
and shows material improvement In
his form, if such a thing is possible.
Hrisbois is devoting considerable time
in batting and is showing a marked
improvement, so much so that lie
predicts that he will be able to con
nect with any bender Williams or
Cuber is capable of floating over the
Both the Jewels and the Tigers nre
receiving special instructions in sig
naling, a feature so vital as to really
often determine the outcome of a
game. Some of the signals are so
intricate and yet so easy to under
stand that not even a big leaguer
would be able to fathom them unless
ho were initiated.
The first game will be played next
Sunday afternoon at Eastlake park.
Definite decision has not been reach
ed as to who will act as umpire but
it 1 3, probable that Delgado will be
found holding the indicator. The
game will be called at 3 o'clock
sharp. Superintendent Mitchell of
the Phoenix Street Railway company
is making preparations to provide
adtquate street car service. As there
will be many visitors in the city in
advance of the opening of the fair
it is expected that there will be a
record breaking crowd at the opening
HACKETT NAMES THE
Directing Body of Phoenix Citizens'
Street Paving Association Will
City Councilman Eugene Hackett,
chairman of the executive committee of
the Phoenix Citizens' Street Paving as
sociation, pursuant to Instructions giv
en him by. the association Tuesday
night, yesterday appointed the eight ci
tizens who are to labor with him as
members of the executive committee
and whose names are as follows: Roy
S. Goodrich, Dwight B. Heard, Eugene
Brady O'Neill, H. J. McClung, Aaron
Goldberg, Walter Talbot, P. A. Thar
aldson and Charles A. Stauffer.
These gentlemen are all large prop
erty owners and taxpayers. Whatever
is done will dig as deeply into the
pockets of the committee as into those
of anybody else and it cannot be
charged that the project Is any enter
prise of the impecunious but well
meaning citizen to secure benefits at
the expense of others. That is no re
flection on the people who have lesser
holdings, or none at all, but merely
an observation concerning a very for
tunate circumstance. More often the
man with little money wants the man
with more money to do something for
the public. In this Instance the men
with the money, not merely the com
mitteemen but a large proportion if not
the entire class of large property own
ers In the city, are the most enthusi
astic In the project and want the aid
of those with less- financial interests to
aid in keeping up the paving sentiment.
It is one project wherein religion, poli
tics, personal interest nor anything
else seems to clash to any marked de
gree, and the committee expects to have
the united supjiort of the city on a
matter that has already been long de
layed. The committee proposes to make ac
tion its watchword. It is only a week
since the paving Idea was given its
first start and the committee is now
appointed after careful selection, and
is ready for business. Its first meet
ing will be held at 2 o'clock this after
noon In the A'alley bank, and according
to the decidedly earnest promise of
Chairman Hackett it will not be long
Fifteen Dollar Suits
It's astonishing how many
men want today just this
price for a Suit of Clothes.
We appreciate the de
mand and offer our trade
special values in Suits at
The Suits are tailored
perfectly from choice fab
rics Durable linings and
other trimmings. It would
be difficult for anv man not
an expert to distinguish
our Fifteen Dollar Suits
from their $18 and .$20 associates.
All the late models, all the cor
rect fabrics, all the points of
good Tailoring embodied in our
FIFTEEN DOLLAR SUITS.
until the association will be called to
gether again and a little work cut out
for every enthusiastic supporter of the
paving project in the city, whether he
is a member of the association or not.
Anybody who doesn't belong Is invited
to join. All he has to do is to sign his
name and whoop twice for better
streets. If he can't sign his name he
can make his mark and if his voice Is
weak he can get a substitute to do the
whooping. It's moral support the as
sociation is asking for chiefly at this
What the committee proposes to do
cannot be foretold except in a general
way. In general its purposes are to
make a quick but exhaustive study of
paving materials, taking climate, cost
and everything else that affects the
subject into consideration. Next it will
Inquire into the matter of ways and
means, or -a method of financing pro
posed operations. Until the commit
tee acts its plans are all combined in
the statement that its purpose is to se
cure the paving of the streets in the
business district of Phoenix, regardless
of any obstacle that may be conjured
up by the faint hearted or those of lit
Why Don't You Try7 .
Why don't you try to be happy?
That is,. If you arc weak and nervous,
why don't you try Sexine Pills ' They
are the best tonic in the vorIil' sim-
plv because they are the b.-st for any
form of nerve weakness in men and
women. Price $1 a box; six boxes
$5, with full guarantee. Address or
call Elvey & Hulett's Drug Store,
where they sell all the principal re
medies and do not substitute.
Let us print your butter wrappers.
Republican Job Department. tf
E. P. Carr, undertaker.and embalmer.
Phone 443, Tempe. 11-1
Leave your orders for hay with The
Farmers'" Exchange, 23 W. Jefferson.
Phones: Overland 554;
Consolidated, Main 154.
THE BE5T ALWAYS
Each Day Some
Are placed on display. An
elaborate or a plain tai
lored Hat does not have
to be made in Paris to be
becoming. We have mil
liners here in our own
workrooms making Pat
tern Hats every day, and
good ones, too. Visit us
today and look them over.
The prices are reasonable.
To the Fair Visitors
We want all visitors to feel at
home in our store. Make ' our
cosy Rest Room your rendez
vous. Here you'll find writing
desk and FREE stationery,
phones, etc. Have your valises
and parcels checked in our De
livery Office. And, remember,
you are not under obligation to
buy when visiting our store or
making use of our accommoda
tions. Goldwater's Store is the
only sanitary, daylight store in
Exhibition of Art
The most magnificent assemblage of Art Xeedle Work on
display today for the first time. To give details would re
quire more newspaper space than we care to pay for. We
want you to come and soe nil the art pieces. Of course, we
do not expect you to buy everything you see; we merely
waiit you to get acquainted, and many good ideas can be
formed by comparing your own work and ours. Color com
binations, designs, etc., entirely new and interesting.
Better Get Your Hair
Do not wait for fair week. By
that time your particular shade of
Hair might be hard to match.
We've new Hair Puffs natural
Hair at $3.50, $4.50 and 5.00. The
washable, sanitary Hair Rolls, at
75c, and other Hair Rolls at 35c,
and we have most any shade of
Hair in stock.
Women's House (
We say House Dresses, But many
of them are really pretty enough
for street wear. A large shipment
came in Tuesday, good, serviceable
gingham Dresses and neatly trim
med Dresses of Chambray and Per
cale, at from $5.00 down to $2.25.
They are so low priced that it does
not pay to make one yourself. Be
convinced, and look them over.
Ready made, heavy cotton Flags,
4x 6 feet American Flag.. $1.00
4x 6 feet American Flag $1.25
5x 8 feet American Flag $1.50
5x10 feet American Flag $2.00
6x10 feet American Flag $2.50
6x10 feet American Flag $3.00
Tricolor and plain colored Bunting
and Stars and Stripes, width .24
inches; per yard 5c
Bunting in red, white and orange,
at, per yard ..5c
Same color in calico and guaran
teed fast, per yard.. 8 1-3c
lavender and gray are the
colors, and style is the kind
you button around your neck.
Easy to keep on. Price,
Just in, another shipment of these
popular Gloves. It's Meyer's make.
Come in white and natural shade.
Per pair $1.25
Men's Gloves For
Adler's Gloves In browns and tans,
button; good value at $2.50
Adler's Gloves In browns and tons,
all sizes $2.50 and ?.1.75
Many New Necessities in
Our Toilet Article
Tourist Combination Sets Bag with wash cloth, bag for
soap and one for toothbrush, made in Scotch plaid silk, rub
ber lined. Per set 59c
Tourist Combination Case Made of fancy striped creton,
rubber lined, taped edge and snap button. Price, each.. 59c
Toothbrush Case Mndeof creton and rubber lined,
each - 10c
"Romania" Toilet .Soap In the best odors, lilac, violet and
rose; three large- cakes In a handsome box; value 40e.
Special at 25c
"Tonic" Glycerine Soap A high-grade transparent glycer
ine Soap; large cake, worth 15c, special today, per cake... 9c
Sexual Blood and Genito
urinary Organ Specialist.
Specific Blood Poison
ef?ecLaSe"dePre8sIon of nd ana
wrecking of body and 1"Bfv0Lt!
nervous system. Tour .life may be at
stake. Why not S'tsMr roTa
menf If your eyesight is poor go w
"liable occullst. If your to poor
imed All whb have been unaucceu.
Suy treated cohere are egg";
& 2 arav
218 "W. Washington
TEAS AND COFFEES
You Must Stop
FOR A COdL ROOM AND
A QUIET NIGHTS REST.
THE WILLIAMS HOUSE
Of all good tilings to
eat made and sold un
der . Beach-Nut
probably Peanut But
ter is the most popular.
Made of the finest blend
of Spanish and Virgin
ia peanuts, roasted and
salted and ground into
a fine, siiiooth butter,
delicious and healthful.
Order a trial jar of
your grocer and xwe
know your -verdict will
be "that never before
was there such a quan
tity oft nutrition packed
in a glass jar.
E. k Wakelin
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