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TIII2 ARIZONA KUrUBLICAX, SUNDAY MORNING, ATJGVST 7, 1304
If you visit Los Angeles this summer visit the Geo. J. Birkel Co., the
largest piano house in- Southern California.
Every Home Should Have
The wonderful Stein'way is possess
ed of a tone that refines and enriches
the voice of every associated instru
ment it being a creative tone, wiith
all the elements of nmsic self-contained.
It is this exclusive quality that
THE STEINWAY PIANO
Essential to every great artistic triumph of the concert stage; to the wor'.;
of every careful teacher; to the pleasure of every thoughtful amateur.
GRANDS FROM $875 UP.
, , ; !- UPRIGHTS FROM $550 UP.
GEO. J. BIRKEL CO.
345-347 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. M
Southern California and dealers for Steinway, Kranich & Bach, Estey,
Emerson, Star, Haddroff, Brinke rhoff and Huntington Pianos. Also
agents for the CECILIAN, the "Perfect Piano Player."
I OR LOCAL I
4, A trial will convince you that 4
! Sfte ENGLISH KITCHEN I
X it the coolest and cleanest place to eat. Private dining room in con-
nection. Picnic lunches put up on short notice.. Commutation tickets
T $4.50. 25 and 27 North First street.
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POULTRY AND STOCK RAISERS
Use Royal Poultry Mixture, a sure
cure for all diseases and the greatest
egg producer on earth. Adevertising
price. BOc per package, post paid.
INTER-STATE SUPPLY CO,
GONE TO ST. LOUIS R. II. Greene
left this morning for St. L,ouis and ex
pects to be gone till about September
CONTINUED The case of R. C.
rowers, charged with stealing- an elec
tric fan was continued till next Tues
day. BAPTIST SERVICES There will bs
services 'at the IJaptitt church this
morning at the usual hour, but there
will be none ir. the evening.
DR. SWIKERATH HOME Dr. L.
M. Swlkerath haa returned from his
vacation in Denver and will be here
until Wednesday, when ho will leave
for a trip through southern Arizona,
returning about September 15th.
CHARGED WITH ASSAULT A
warrant was issued yesterday by Jus
tice Robertson for the arrest of An
tonio ValenzueU on the complaint of
Rosuria Medina who charges him with
stealing ten dollars from her and then
repeatedly attempting to assault her.
HOLIDAY RACES The board of
managers of the Driving Association
held a meeting yesterday afternoon at
which preliminary steps were taken in
the arrangement of a programme fur
a race meeting to be held during the
holidays. It was decided to offer some,
early closing stakes with class races to
be ui3.de up later on. ,
NEW CORPORATIONS Articles of
the following corporations were filed
in the office of the county recorder
yesterday: The Eig Four Oil and Gas
company, capital stock $1.W0,C00, incor
porators, W. Cooper and J. II. Den
nis; The Appropriators" Canal compa
ny, capital stock $50,000, incorporators,
L. Fowler, P. T. Hurley, Thomas Arm
strong, Jr. and others.
LITTLE INDIAN GIRL DEAD
The funeral of Sallie Palndah, a pupil
of the Indian school, took place yes
terday afternoon at 3 o'clock a.t Mer
ryman's. The services were conducted
by Rev. Dr. Halsey. The little girl
was an Apache and was nine yeara
old. The funeral was attended by all
the Apache pupils of th school.
GONE TO M I PER I AL Dave Mor
gan, who has been employed at the
Congress mine for about eight years,
having been foreman of the mine for
several years past, was In the city yes
terday en route to Imperial. He goes
there to accept (the position of fore
man in the Imperial mine, better
known to some as the Silver Boll.
GOVERNOR ERODIE AT HOME
Governor Brodle -arrived within the
territorial boundaries yesterday morn
ing according to a telegram received
at the executive ofTV.e. He will come
to Phoenix this morning. Acting
Governor Nichols will leuve tomorrow
night for the coast on a vacation and
and' will 1m? gone from the territory
about a month.
WATER TESTS S. K. Baker, a
hemist- of the geological survey who
has beer., engaged for several weeks
in tfUng the waters of this alley iu
a thorough and scientific manner, his
now finished the area designed to be
covered, except for a, few special tests
he has yet to make. He -will be en
gaged for the next week or so in writ
ing his report and then he expects to
go to the storage bain for further
FIRST M. E. CHURCH Monroe
street and Secood avenue, A. M. Gib
bons, pustor. Preaching at 10 a. m.
and S p. m. Subject of the n.omin
sermon, "The- Christian Sabbath;"
evening subject, "The N'eccessity for
the New Birth." Sunday school at 9
a. m. Ep worth League at 7 p. m. All
seats are free. You will find a cor
dial welcome. Mrs. Remington, a .mu
sician of unusual equipment and cul
ture, and possessing a rare charm and
attractiveness as u singer, will sing a
olo at the morning service.
WILL WED IN ST. LOUIS
Col. Myron H. McCord and Miss Mary
Colonel Myron H. McCord, United
States marshal for Arizona, left on
Tuesday morning for St. Louis. He
told but few of his friends about his
proposed journey for his mission wa.
mainly a personal one, the natur of
v.hich could be better told in a nice
little story alter his departure. ' Ho
is of course going to see (he fair but
hit principal purpose is to wod Mi
Mary Emma Winslow', which i;npo:t
util event is scheduled for the Kin doy
of August, the nuptials to be releirj -ed
at the residence cf R. C. Wmisiow. a
brother of the bride to be and whoso
home is in the world's fair city. After
the wedding a couple of week-; will to
spent in viowing the wonders of tha
exposition, after which Col. and
Mis. McCord will come direct to Phoe
nix and b? at home at. his residence,
No. 1901 west Adams street.
The wedding is not the culmination
of a brief or sensational romance but
the natural result of an acquaintance
that has endured through ma.nv ycats,
as the bride to be is an old friend of
the family and a second cousin of
Colonel McCord'3 former wife v.ha
died just a year ago last June at Long
Beach, Cal., after an illness of over a.
year. They have therefore been inti
mate friends for many years and Miss
Winslow w as at one time a resident f
this city and a guest of the family. he
is therefore no stranger to Phoenix
and is not unacquainted with whai is
to be her future home.
The groom is one of the most wide
ly known men In the territory and has
an acquaintance also that is national
In its scope. He was born November.
20. 1814, educated at Richb ir;:, X. Y..
academy and early in life moved to
Wisconsin, which state ho .iti-piI in tVo
lefcir-iaiure 01 ser ing also in
congress from the ninth district of
Wisconsin in 1SS9 and IS). 'Soon aftfr
that he came to Arizona, v.hich has
been his home ever since. He v.r? ap
pointed governor cf Arizona in i:-S7,
resigning his office in 1S98 o accept
the colonelcy of the first tc ri itoria! vol
unteer infantry, organized durirg Iho
Spanish-American war. He was mus
tered out Feb. 1"), 1S9J, and "was ep
pninted United States marshal j:it be
fore the death of President McKinley
and reappointed by President Itoort-
I velt. '
CONGRESSMAN WILBER SAYS
(To The Pe-ru-na Medicine Co., of Columbus, 0.
" Peruna is AH You Claim For It."
Congressman D. P. Wilber, of Oneonta, N. Y., writes:
The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio,:
Gentlemen" Persuaded by a friend I have tried your remedy and I hrra
almost fully recovered after the use of a few bottles. I am fully convinced
that Peruna la alLyou claim for It, and I cheerfully recommend your mediclo
to all who ara afflicted with catarrhal trouble. "David F. Wither.
In 1S99 The Sangcrlnst celebrated It
Peruna a Preventive and Cure for Colds.
Mr. C. F. Given, Sussex, N. B., Vice
President of "The Past-timo Boating
Club, " writes i
" Whenever the cold weather sets In 1
have for years past been very 6ure to
catch a 6evero cold which was hard to
throw off, and which would leave after
effects on my constitution the most of
" Last winter I was advised to try
Peruna, and within five days the cold
was broken up and in five days moro I
was a well man. I recommended it to
several of my friends and all speak theij
highest praise for It There Is nothing
like Peruna tor catarrhal afflictions.
It Is well nigh Infallible as a cure, and:
I gladly endorse lt."C. F. Given.
A ftomlnent Singer Saved From Loss offl
Mr. Julian Weisslitz, 173 Seneca street,,
Buffalo, N. Y., Is corresponding secre
tary of The Sangerlust, of New York;
Is the leading second bass of th'i Sanger
last, the largest German singiDg socibty
of New York and also the oldest.
fiftieth anniversary with a large cele
bration in New York City. Tbe follow
ing is his testimony:
"About two years ago I caught a
severe cold while traveling and which
settled into catarrh of the bronchial
tubes, and bo affected my voice that I
was obliged to cancel my engagements.
In distress I waa advised to try Peruna,
and althongh I had never u.scd a patent
medicine before, I sent for a bottle.
"Words bat iUy describe my inrpris
to find that within a few days I w-1
greatly relieved, and within three week
I was entirely recovered. I am nevir
without It now, and take an occasional
dose when I feci run down." Julian
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from theuso of Perucj,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your ease and he wi:i
bo pleased to give you Lia valuatle ad
Address Dr. Hartman, President &t
The Hartman Sanitarium. CoIatnbui.O
MACHINE W ORKS.
kun:: ero3. t messenger.
All kinds of Machinery built and repalnd. We have a completa
outfit of tools for reboring Engine and Pump Cylinders without remov
ing them from their foundation. First claaa work guaranteed. Second
hand Machinery always oa hand. Telephone Red 823.
Cor Second and Adams 3U. PHOENIX, ARIZONA.
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, THis Represents
Our New Dress
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THis is the way we
are going to "dress
tip" in tne future
CAUSE FOR CONGRATULATION
We are proud of the above -illustration and its motto ; and justly so, for, compared with our former store
signature, it certainly ranks high. Our success has been a marked progress it has been all that we could
expect, and in introducing this novelty we feel we are filling a long felt want, doing justice to a great news-
papsr, such as the Republican, and at the same time showing our appreciation of a truth-loving public. To sig'nalize the occasion these very out-of-the-ordinary
offering's will be on tap tomorrow:
PONGEE SILK NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
Just the thing for this glorious
climate; they're cool looking and
cool feeling, made of splendid quali
ty pongee, plain or fancy effects,
have collars attached, silk stitched
and silk finished. A real
$2.50 garment. Monday
10 DOZEN OF SLEEVELESS VESTS
Pink or blue. Richelieu ribbed,
neck and armholes biped, neatly
finished a great 12 l-2c
50 PIECES OF WHITE INDIA LINON
A new lot that just came, niarkJ to
sell at 8 l-3c, but in order to create
some excitement we will sell these
Monday, limit 12 yards
to each purchaser, at,
15 DOZEN OF LADIES' BLACK
COTTCN HOSE In pretty drop
stich and lace effects, fully seamless,
strong soles, real fast dye, every siZ'j
cheap at 25c. Special
Monday, pair . .
$1.25 CORSETS AT 85c
ROYAL WORCESTER CORSETS A brand and a name known wherever
you go; Corsets for which you very likely have given $1.23 a. great many
times; made- cf batiste, net or coulile with non-rustable stays; short, me
dium or long hips, some with side and front hose supporters attached, ela
borately trimmed, well boned, nearly all sizes, selling every day
of the week at $1.25. For one
lOc and 12c
DRESS GINGHAMS AT 6c
1250 YARDS OF FRENCH AND TOILE DU NORD GINGHAMS Pink and
green only it's our misfortune, your gain they come in stripes, checks and
plaids, every yard warranted fast color, every piece guaranteed perfect, a
grand assortment of real 12 l-2c wash materials. l or ;
WOMEN'SCANVAS OXFORDS In a
great variety of styles, colors and
sMzes, low, opera and French heels,
the real thing for hot weather wear,
our entire assortment to pick from.
positively none excepted
values up to $1.7o.
For one day, pair
to pick from,
MEN'S COTTON HALF HOSE
Black or brown, strictly skinless,
warranted fast dye. a real 10c value.
Special price Monday,
4 Pairs for 25c
LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS Made of
goid quality muslin, yoke tucked and
embroidery trimmed, every garment
cut full size, actually
worth 5C for one
Z0 DOZEN OF SUMMER CORSETS
Pure white only, made ol stroll,
durable not, well boned
every size wanted.