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8 3Br. oYou Use a Gasoline Engine or Automobi If so, you know what battery troubles are. . psoitis 'r-i i U Wiat tJi'c' XCSLKt KNOW.; '-'Jt - j -.T'" .J i8s Si x -J ' .5 . Mtrt-v is the rtJt ef the tittje Aute 69 3 r he. It 5 etdy -3 rea whk'fc Is about t-! tf the sp:u:e eCupted fry .ttt?rics ils wu jiaycr. i weigtotis oily 2S ou-nds fo-ut it will mv its yriee wwr! times vr in a -year. TV. parts of superhttity of the Au4 ipmrksr are: To uniform ( regard less f th rrrei if the engine whfch means tfc-it the :jKr4i iliioi Jio.4' vary in wae and burn ihc cttntnet joints in ytr engine; there ar in ixr' f it rua fiirifl' faster at any time t!an 12ID. low pv.Hy 'clutch Kt iwi atvi . . iext oil; arvd only three bearings Jta wil or ea.r ut, d tftcee are tttiwinher fccwiM ami toil steel, suvd hare stood tfi of two and oiw-ftaif roam with1 out renewing. Jt sioukt they wear wut in ten yeare tfcey can te replaced ' a few cents. Ye faave already p-Jace: several ol there Autc t&porfeeea in this ricinity and t.etr owners are very enth'jsi.Tettc ovr their teceK. WE WILL GIVE YOU rURTHER PARTICULARS IF VOU WILL CUT CLL OM 1$. EZRA W. THAYER 124-126 East Washington Street 127133 Eftt Actema Street. REMEMBER THE WHITE HOR8B 3 rRONT. THE WAR RAGING ANEW THE COMMERCIAL WORLD Continued From Page t. The Russian casualties in the flgnti-,s yesterday were 30S Hitsn killed. wounded. The Japanese casualties ar not known. AS HEARD IN TOKtO. The Defeat of the Russians Was Overwhelming. London, June 15. A dispatch to the Daily Express from Tokio dated Jue 15, says news has been receivad there, but has not yet been officially publish ed, of a great Japanese victory near "Tvi I'how, TO miles north. cf Port Arthur. The Russians, it is added, were over . whelmed, lost a thousand men, left all their guns on the field and retreated in disorder. The Daily Ch.cr.icle's correspondent at Tokio cables the same news, adding that the Russians, to the number ot '. V00 men are now In full llight towar Tshi Chaio ar.U Kaichow. PORT ARTHUR CLEAR. Tokio, June 15. Entrance to the har bor of Port Arthur is now clear.. Yes . terday the Russian protected cruiser Xovik steamed out to sea and engaged :lie vessels of the Japanese blockading Ileet. REFUSED THE BAIT. Russian .War Vessels Stay Entrance. Near the Washington, June 15. The Japanese legation has received the following' ca Wegram fiom Tokio, dated today. "Admiral Togo reports that our tor pedo boat lleet proceeded to Port Ar thur on the night of June 13, and suc ceeded in laying mines at certain points and safely returned. About noon of the 11th, when our second destroyer C.otil la and three torpedo boat llotillas were bombarding the enemy on shore near Shamping Tao for the purpose or facil itating the reconnoissanee of our army the enemy's cruiser Novik with ten de stroyers came cut from Port Arthur and sharp tiring was exchanged. Our ' llotillas tried to entice the enemy by gradually retiring, but at 3 p. m., the enemy withdrew. No damage was done to our ships. 0 'Our cruiser Chitose heard explosions and sound of heavy firing at 4- p. .m. of the same day m the direction of Port Arthur." the flar&et 8elie?e4 by Strtngtft i& Union Paeiftc.- Knr Torfe, Juw 13. A he nrf .vnil r lwi Pacifk? wliicfa dev!ptl v tenlay Uefor thv nit:et rles; w conspicuous this trvotaing ajid, w su pimntffd by a. ywi yatlti s-trnjtk ia Souther Pcifk. el th; (Wletc from Mi?:-jippi io the national conventirw to .ot ;s a w.iit fer A- .11. lUfkr, tons' t9icr ia ) tbKC his iu!?u- Hot ljnirf, Ark., Jir.e ti. TSi tte dmocrtic c?r.tiat Af inrtruct .l"lor Ju't Altfl I!. rrfctr, the choice cf the Arfcan ikmocfcr for lircsidenti.tl candidate. The rot wa.s. barker Hears Jtl. lint Twfe vyat mn. PROiCARI$ TAmciea. METALS. Jun 15. 0f:feT 4rRce1 i . , . .. f M for futur ia th-t Loed-aH nr- , ordinary and r;raouil c-ewefj-n. feet. Hre rorprr was !rady. L k? it quoted at ll'iti:.75, tlecttolytlc s 12.Sf 13.&;4 aad castiE XZ.Z1f Ls-ad was qui;t lower, fot Wins qaoid at 4.Jt4.r for Jofcbins les tiut of staj-c. In London, lead ttwlined Is. 3d. to 111 S.-. 9i. ?pi ter Was UFhchaHgcd at 121 lis. in d.i a4 at 4.7:4.;v i the local mr kc! ilar tiirer. &; Mexicsm jl!ar., 44'i, Xts scS ti tz $s! gr wh ui n sin mzsj Tea e&4 CTe tar tha By. ty Aeliveir f rir rf UFm41 rwb, to twva. Ql GROCERIES t FRANK GRIEBEL'S Pb9 431. ft ' If year vardrot; will nts4 spnc attention, I for to fully enjoy your vaeatiaa-Uip, yaa Ritist be properly d ccmfprUbly attired. W avs large aad mott complete ttoclj of SUMMER CLOTHING M f4shiaae4 ttj latent t tyle, and made to meet the requirements of tbat part of to country to whieh you' are om. Our haad-taitore BLOCK CO." ORAIM. . Oiieayt, June IS. Improvement In lb f-xraw't. Aetrrand riue4 fiimnest In wluat today, July U-f livery tiny wita train of rHc. July tern r.jened u j hak lower to a i-.jii hiietfcr at ' The capture Mr. lo-ti ITarJ'-r1s and Mr! Crosavrcll Vaijey Ij-' th brly- Tan- rer is within five iaurnrr rein IxjixUcfQ. it oeH.s iQ'i;;uiy riatur- at 12.12' ' 411 ar" ciiwwik; aavainav tnai its ji-op and a litti-? ' iLtrity a u h rart w likely o lncrea. mtire -ai nr. I i4r th. i . . ii. . 1 1 EuroT)en rew je feev vtitut:d tftemeelvcs into rr?-t ft tyrouih, ' ?' !e'te(1 t iTHT;ieij).4ii' :tut t::!y pro ceeded to int'jMtte tae taeb 'other. They ured the ruw?y th cotVcted to hirilia eoiv.e ?et-r, o pve .reve Btrct" nd in fact, to introduce wkJiitry im (irovctrents whicU jvhi'4 the jpU.cc DAIRYMEN ATTENTIPN. In response to the frequent request of many dairymen, the Arizona Repub lican has included in It's clubbing ofr fers. Hoard's Dairyman, the recognized au'hority for dairymen and farmers. l"or 75o Hoard's Dairyman will be sent for one year to all old and new sub-i-cribers upon simple conditions. Call at the office of The Arizona Republican and get this valuable journal started at once. THEN ALL THE OTHERS TALK. "Oh. yes, she's quite popular at so cial gatherings. She's a great one to keep the conversational ball a-rolling.'' 'Why, she Isn't much of a talker." "Oh, no; but she sings on the slight est provocation." Philadelphia Ledger. CLINTON CAMPBELL GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND SUPERINTENDENT r.oreo ifrhMUbi'. Ttir.'fre, jr.n viftor can e, Vind iiuiYcl in valitc. ivj m:iny ruw ad K'jmpcun hrausos fr built thai nl tJnis'centiuuvd tho okt brtvwn 4 arwl 4i'i ain-d . lo--od i 'w '-aie.quo ci..r.cer Vi m V:cr- . : would snoa wave rovta t:t..e ana Itt at 2i IT-ha., greatiy 4;fjl f - jlHe itietvetwiit n';ic ut Vanjier, pai-- CATTLE AMD SHEEP- ' tisc-ularjy as for the ion:en it 4brou;cht I in a.4roiuen fcarre?t: 'iut ttiey ci;:id not tolratw Kuropran id'fc'i at 'tit -.Air4 of at 4s i4 n M CTii-caso, Ji;ie 13. (?attle Receip'.s. I'tMQ: steady to lie lower; good to prime ters,.o.75'f'4.7i): pjor to meJittm. 4.75Ti ".55; stot kefs and feeier.. 3 4.75: cos, 1. l.".fr 3.60; heifers, 2.50fi3.25: canners, 3.75fi 2.75: bulls, 2.584.75; calves, 5.0nTr 5.25; Texas fed steer.-', 5.00 (55.50: distillery, 6.00af..30. Stie?p Re ceipts, 18,000; market steady; lamb-, steady; good to choice wethers, 4.75'i: 5.25; fair to choice mixed, S.73i-5.00; na tive Iambs. S.OOffi 6.50.: western lambs. r..75'Tf -"..60; spring larob?, 5.0'"w&7.43. MARTIAL LAW AT m END Moyer Alio Gi1re Qvt ttt lit Okl) Authorities. p. o. BOX 864 PHONL StO 494 PHOENIX, ARIZONA Granite Gravel furnished for grading walks and yards. Hauling, grading and excavating done to order. Address E. Pennington, r O. box, 723 or 'Phone Red 513. DYfr, June 15. Clovtrnc IValjcjd today declared martial law . ( am en) ii Pan Miguel county, and ent a me:ari to Captain Bu:beley W-J1, in omra.'r.d of tli military there, 'directing him to withdraw the troors from that cUHty. Captain Wells was clso ir.rtrueted V turn over President Claries H. Woycr. president of the WwUiti releratkvn at Miners to the civil a atHoi iti. Uoth fkivernor PeufcoJy and Attorney Gruer al Milkr dlssckiim any preriam know ledge of the action tf Judge -Thayer jf the TTnited SUtes cKjrt of appcsjU in St. Ixui in crantinjf writ ct h-ab.a corpus for President Jitoyer, directing and ordering' the military authorities of this state to prod him lefcre lii court o July 5. when tfcey f.repr $ the order for 4oyr's rckan, . f ftflOVIR TURNED OVER. .TeUuri'fc-, Cokj... June li. Cj4lii RullCTley 'U'ells tielivered li eiflerst Moyer, of the Wetra P'eiWatic of Miners, vlv has teen in trv military bullpen hete for jyverwl nxth, Vj th. sheriff of ail Miguel tounty at 4:SJ o'dw-k this afterfo ia furua'e rf telerdp:ic ortarii froim Adjutant cral liel. their own sultan tind in the interior of the country. " Littie by little the Hullan has lo;t hia authority and the count. y has fallen into a state of anarchy. It is not probable that even RaisuM and his wild men would willingly cV .Mr. Perdieans or Mr. artey anyX cu:iy injury, out r.ir. tvraicaris is not In rmA 1 . . tl I. . . 1 .. . V, : . . . ,.' . - . , . i.i bvw uuu tx l ilia ujc ii:e i'Lig.i i existence he will bo forced to W-ad may i oioduce evil -rfsnl'-i. TJr(1 icn 1 1 j oil i his life hif bden devoted. to good deeds. 'Nn No onecoirid. be n:ore pwpular anion? ! t.e .Moslem Moors, wTiom ha ias de fend ovr and ever ajain frem t!ie ! cnuriMfij t una Ciirunart Mreri, atiinf iii(?tr tfte cover of the j X.rotee systerw. It will so hard witn ' J'.aiKuiTt n(T h-vite' if tJiey iwj-ur.e fcin.. Ta-ti-.i Kuro'ien iir. I'eriWcafi kn al Vei a-von:;uit frien'tand ttie lva'V;r tn kli (practical 'uat-fut v)iie. li w Kr. Jrdi-ae who tii't'.ujii tl m-ji; kiv.kene wfie? r.e we ijjujjrcr" 4 tiiolera, . u,t tlws want f liienl should nrt fiic-pife t!i may fr Ihj outbreuk of the disease. In all publi ; works that have contributed to render Tangier clean arid healthy, air. Perdi caris was the principal initiator and donor. The cause of public health ha in him its Craft and most ueful cham pion, white .in regard to the cru-al abuse pixel isu undr Una protege sys tem h has ben instrumental in brinjj about r form. London Lancet. 1 :- ' ' IS t '" ' fa : " if xJH- $5 1 . ; P :v w i . ' - . y M i a r i f i. a : T.t b E. S. Wakelin k 1 14' ' ti -If 1.4 -'. 'i -.' tA Ha nr fS rs 1"? if3 a- . a v jw - - I : ; If j a . i I . IlpifflliiiiTl iH if "HART, SCHAFFISTER & MARX 11 Suits are ciarveti of elegance, sa4 fit as perfectly as custom-tailored garmenti; but tbe cost is much Jess . to So.oo - - H If yen 4eiire a good suit at a lower price, ask to :p famous "R. & W." and "GOLDBERG" Brands of clothing, which are the best medium priced clothes on ths market $7-50 to $20.00 JZXCWSIVZ OUTFITTERS FOIL M EH AND BOYS. Corner Wastiinjfton and First .Streets. il , I 1 1 .. , I jt' 1 J TW IWTHMST 41 T I A5 KINDS AM EPIDEMIC OF BAD GRAMMAR. TWO STATES FOR PARKSR. lnsruteKS hy (he Cttvet 5 rS Mississippi ! Arksm&avB. Jackofl. .Wi&s., June 1. Tbe dtin-io-cratic stat coavention txlay instruct- Going' to St, Louis? . If so you will be interested in knowing that the rouii4 trip at from Phoenix to the Exposition, good for three months Is $17.90, a&d to Chicago J63.C0. You will also be interested in knowirtg tbat iho SOUTHERN PACIFIC offers you a choice of four different routes to got thei". Von esu ro via New Orleans, San Antonio, M. Worth atwl Kansas City, r via Jjittle Rock. Via the Southern Pacific it is pnoaible to go (rm$ rhcenix to St. Louis without stepping o4'f th train. the seashore; If you are not- going to St. Louis it follows that yewt wiil escape the heated term by visiting the sea shore. I this event yon are also vitally interested in knowing that the Southern Paeiftc rau p4t jtm-u there in 17 hours only one night u traastt. Kummr rmiud trip tickets on sale Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays f ech & to the various coast resorts, including Sean piec Orw(it CjTi and San Francisco. . . Southern Pacific has the shortest line both' to St. Louis ami te true ifK4. information you may desire call o r ad3rss M. 0. BICKNELL, Agent. i"m amy Jka swinoorw recently . pointed out, there is a vast difCercr.ce between the blunders nt cart4i.te ntt the" 4 isnoranee. If one cb fttfnc -as "Whffl ate "t.i jt-urtf ina." U wt rnean t?iat ee knows Iwtler; hut 4! speafe Worse etifi. to wrHe Mh Y.ui lisih as "whHi she knew ws e'insT," i to proclaim a lack of information r.-jjaj-diHsr tle commonest law of ttr erammar. Tet hw often of late one e 'whom" riple-ed as thr Bbj f a rerfc. It Ik t le fwmd em pag. 'I (4 "Ti' Lishtninjf Coi:dk.e.r." "Tyh' t srj Uf)fMPd was wfth yow." firet Hartf ai4 in his "Condensed XotU," :ge n.-aiMl fpage lS) "whom. ereiyV.dy fenew had beer: the ea we." In- t h? Way Humhtr of. Scribivr's Ws?a',ne, on rS MS, KliaslKil-h Jordam writes "wtnim she supposed was "reponsiW In the. Jurv Lippfnceit's Msgassinj. fxa.se VP., KIilh Rohinfon rays, wh It was rrot difictjlt tn jfuers was jwdce." Irie Mannipff, or. pnre 147 i "Judil'i ef the Plafns" ayr, "whomever to& sch thing seriosly," and o tisce 2:2, "whom sie tboa.yht yhoil 1 r.. hare bfe pertwitleid.' I'ut how are oir writeii to he t-o- srel. if Jheir eriticwfall Into the sttma errejr? In the 'Hookm.-m for Koptrtn- Iwr, lSt)2, ene may reid, "whiw warmly rffirms was ct out hy na.tHre," ftd in the IVmkin for Wovetnb e. ISeS, "wlwm lie knows. is inn':t t." In the Tinx?s' rcok Review fpase 232 for JJay lHh, wit, "'l:e! eur baehslor as sures us was not f-oftly feminine; O! Ihp tine, O! the . ewrteuma! Stgul 1. f:iit.h in Xw York Tlx&. Re c7;'li-J , nl . ' r ti.ij i f tii Umi'.iK lutein" hmtii, i!i.t m ) t (ruitaiu'ri'. ritt ;s of amtma T?f StrreH Ilil r'tJ mum- t',r c4 tM eh4 s4 tmO Bei.crf llenhh i-i wi-kHii Economy to bn weil ! Are you suilerina from sorno cl.rouic nCi'Ctii:i! Aro f"" wrok, giclc and unable to jierfot-m tie CTdinnry Auiios ef life' If eo. bewnro of fwtpit rediei)P. i' xp'rieBcrd nnd BBS-killed pt;y-i-ciius. Dr. Hibbard emploj 3 none but ration;. 1 rud ecioutiks raotboci hj bo8 ho iMjari:i' rim-p-n ir rimovinir ti. poisnnouft lTct f ULOODANI) PKIVA1E 1ISKAKS from tle pt.-ra. SEXUAL. WKAKXKSS, with ell its Wii-Htvful effects potiv?ly rnrod ly the latest a-nd hert remedtrs. Caroriic, wnrvewg, blwocl, kktaey, writiary, Ulnddor B pwinl iliaeaj teeat-ed k. etrk'tly np-to-dalj) manner. 1-lihhird fcuildiue, SSS-S South 2nd A., Phoenix, A-i-Mr. Ceusultatwu (rrit. Hours 10 to ; 1 iw 3, a.d 6 to 7, Addroas allcooBnanuic-it MK, SMtlLlvFUL succcssruL 4SsfU0Cf?VC HOT WEATHER AND PBICKLY HE UGGIES SURREYS, RUNABOUTS, FARM WAGONS, PHAETONS, HANDY WAGONS, . In fact we have the largest stock of vehicles in the Southwest outside of Los Angeles. And they are bought right and we sell them right CALL AND SEE OUR. DISPLAY. CLE CO. ClAM-PRATT ToMet ATI 'Dans .' 'iU IBEN 54- -4-Ji"v3 fiIL.SB BY TRABS. Ban 5S r. "Waynpp I't finrite IJwas Illghnpti ch'ls aisain. Thir fatleee' Ii-as disgrace. himself. y&im. Waypt Impasikk! lie s ro4c4 lock'Mtifet resPMt f a 4- kre. , . Mra. t'ayuf.t Tos, but tfce Vnlgar fellow 1sm rcetly Jtveen wkiss a study f th trade windts. It's in: all tfce fifr t. K VfiS S'rtfefy. you Xow thai the hot weattoer is on are Ikibks to have pikkiy tieat. Ik'ar's P. It. remedy : :t siwees. It ka'S been ed ;nnt 4ri:d by iut. Creds of people foe six. years. wcatht'r reiJiire a goodly supply of that w ps II hi This hot yoti have on hand' to help make yourself com fortable nd' while yot are huyitiK your soap you misfht juit ax well have "th! jroxxl kind." We are very particular on tlu soap iV4etkin a?wl justt i we have a larjjer variety thatt viu;4l. W'lvon you want a. (rwt kiji at. a small price come here for it. PEAR'S OA t5e. TURTt-t OIL SOAf,-1ft 47H CLYCtfJINC SOAr, tSe. ROQtn 4 CAi-LET SOAPS, S 2-is. , And : ail (hiwuU thn Uno Of K.VlpS, I'hono-yoMr firders Main 134. Store 11 :eiaaHjTTsa' Close fit loon Friday I jc-sinuiii j- t,HTHry(wt Frktiy, we will chare tyr ti4'0 ne-i;rf lay each witl iia orilr to jjive our salesiwso an .4m4i-4Mity to rest an-d it' mt:xit'v to "e4 ttff." If you've any .sKotMdn j to ,d. set here le fore ini a we turu the key ript!y at H u'eiimfc, VtV will have iihr KiM-cial sale! hrrv twnnrmr nxanitis tllat kiwjuIiI Yvt'nvo iaterfrt is to you. Ir'ee to-. nKKTow's rtcpuhlican for detail. uners oner o vuciiy. nea, rem - i.; mim, iMimm H.U M J'w.VA ilLf L.AM!Bi'J!9'itL.J ww'Wf.W'ggsga cdh?!, 1 ica's The but no one P. II. remedy on earth ut BEA Up-To-Datc Druggist. Opposllo Cily tJali. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Send us your mail order. Ti Talcum Powder I 'id yhu ever stop to think what l real blessiny; is talcum powder efpe cially durine hot weather? How coolinpr and refreshing after a bath, and if you are unfortunate eiious"1 to have pricsly heat or chafed skin it just "touches th; spot" besides alleviating; the distress caused sometime' Vy eHi'CHsive pen pi rat in. Xow there sire roanv "cJveap" tafcviH powders which are ' ruinous to tenkr skirw se he swr: wlvi-n you get a bo ef t.k'itt tU.it it's a rKl .. V.'e fceet thrre kird and ft cau i ii -t ami twtter in tir'k;. 4eetim Wcexww'g Tcsw IS 339 Gcrmai TaUt, S,e i . MuehtkH.' Extr? Vislci Tdlcus IMgBEST ALVAW"