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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING JULY 19, 190ft
MANGE Lt AGUE BAStBALL GAMES We meet in the gloaming And forget care in roaming Where Cupid, the while steps be tween. Then there's nothing more fitting While the moments are flitting To keep mind and heart, sweet, se rene, Than Donofio's Cactus sweet Every lover must eat If he'd win in his purpose I ween. 22iiaaEsa!aBU 0 U;R 3. A aved Scores Hade Yesterday Where the Best Teams Plajr. In Horses and Dogs ALE AMERICAN LEAGUE FIRST OA ME. At Philadelphia St. Louis .... .T Philadelphia By watching the Bargain Tables in the front of the store. Yesterday we had $1.00 platters on the 25c table and 75c China candlesticks on the 10c table. Maybe they're gone new, but there's just as nood values there in something else. There's some big 50c bargains in grey enameled ware there now. Why not stop and look over the ta bles, anyway? That is easy and cheap, too. DORRIS-HEYMAN FURNITURE CO. i II. H.E.I . . 4 S 3 ! Can be easily and quickly CURED toy using Glover's Mange Cure. DOc a bottle. It al.so cures dandruff in the human hair, and makes the hair grow. Try it. ' We carry a full line of Glover's and Spratt's dog medicines and Spratt s dog biscuit. ' Look over our swell line of dog collars some time when you have a min ute to spare. We handle the only FINE line on the market. PINNILY CSL ROBINSON Choice Barbecued Meats at Illnson's ! . . 2 4 4 O'Connor: Barbecued Market, 23 West Jefferson. Batteries: Powell and Plank and Powers. SECOND GAME. St. Louis Philadelphia . . 5 9 2 . . .10 12 3 on Just In H Batteries: Smith, Jaeobsen and Rickey; Coombs, Bender and Schreck. At Washington R. H. E. Washington' 6 S 0 Chicago 3 6 0 THE GUN STORE ( 'bf Oxfords AND 40 N. Center St. Phoenix Batteries: FalkeVberg and Heydon; i Owen and Sullivan. At New York R. II. E. Cleveland 4 12 1 THE PIANOLA And Pianola Piano, which combine both into one instrument. "This World's Standard Piano Player" solves the problem most perfectly, whether In the bungalow, the camp or the marble "cottage." ANYONE can play artistically ANY KIND OF MUSIC AT ANY TIME with the Pianola. It brings the music of the latest comic operas Into the country. It "knows" the accompaniments to all the jolly college songs and popular ballads. It will play without tiring, every dance with the most per fect swing. It is a boon to the hostess, for it willingly entertains any num ber of guests most satisfactorily. We handle the Weber, Steck, Baldwin, Behr Bros., Ivers & Pond. Elling ton, Hamilton, E'ischer and other standard pianos. REDEWILL MUSIC CO. 224 WEST WASHINGTON ST. THE REPUBLICAN'S PATTERN 10 CENTS EACH n It iiip Sill 'a ers will run for the balance of this week best val ues offered in the city New York 0 ID 2 Batteries: Bernard and Clark; Bemis. Buelow, Orth and Kiel now. At Boston ' R. II. E. Boston r 5 2 Detroit 2 9 1 Batteries: Dineen and Annbruster; Mullens, Siever. Eubanks and Schmidt. 2? Alkire Co. The Shoe and Stocking Store. 27-29 E. Washington 8t Phono Main 274, Phoenix. PKICES PRESSED DOWN Under Continued Weight of Stoc&s on the KarKet. New York, July IS. The appearance in the market of stocks for sale again this morning chilled jl attempts to Ret prices higher than they have been fr two days jiast. 9oTi; sugar. SHIRT WAIST OR BLOUSE 5400. The shirt waist with elbow sleeves makes a distinctive feature of the pres ent styles and has almost innumerable advantages. It is delightfully cool and pleasant to wear, it is charming In ef fect and appears to be desirable front every point of view. This one Is espe cially designed for the use of the em broidery that is so fashionable, but can he left plain If a simpler waist Is de sired. The tucks that provide the full ness are laid in at the extreme outer portions, so that when the material is to be embroidered there is a generous plain space that displays the work to advantage. The neck is finished with the always comfortable roll-over collar and the sleeves show novel cuffs that are us pretty as they are new. In this case white linen Is the material, but everything that Is in vogue for waists of the sort is equally appropriate, the pongees and washable silks as well as the linen and cotton materials. White is always dainty In effect, but colors are being introduced, and a great many of these waists are being shown In white dotted with color, while the col lar and cuffs are made of plain red, plain blue or plain violet, as the case maybe, matching the color of the dots. The waist Is made with front's and back. , The. back is tucked for its en tire length, the fronts for a short dis tance from the shoulders only and the fullness at the waist line is regulated by gathers. The front edges are fin ished with hems and the collar is at tached to the neck. The sleeves are pufTs of moderate size and are laid in tucks at their lower edges, which are finished with roll-over cuffs. The quantity of material required for the medium size Is 4 yards 21. 3V2 yards 27. or 2 yards 44 inches wide. The pattern 5400 is cut in sizes for a 32, 34, 3G. ,38 and 40 inch bust measure. Cut this otit ana send with ten centr to The Republican. Phoenix, Ariz., fill ing out the blank below: STOCKS. Amalgamated Copper, 12'Ji-i; Anaconda, 2354: Atchison. 87; preferred. J9',i; N. J. Central, 21S; C. & O.. 55; St. Paul, 175 ; Big Four, Hlli; C. & S.. 33; first preferred, C7',i ; second preferred, 47; Erie. 39; Inter. Met. 35Vi: preferred 74; jr. P.. S9; N. Y. Central, 13(7H; Penn." 125, ; St. L. & S. F., second preferred, 41; S. P., ;7i: U. P. 92; V. S. Steel. 34 i ; U. S. Steel preferred 101; W. U.. 91. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Cincinnati R. H. E. Cincinnati 7 5 9 1 Boston 4 12 3 Batteries: Kwing. Fraser andSehlei; Dorner, Lindaman and O'Neill. At Pittsburg R. H. E. Pittsburg 9 8' 1 Philadelphia 3 10 5 Batteries: Leever and Phelps; Lush, Roy and Donovan. AT St. Louis R. H. E. St. Louis 5 7 1 Brooklyn 6 13 3 Batteries: Brown and Murray; Scanlon, Strlcklett and Bergen. At Chicago R. II. E. Chicago 3 4 0 New York 3 5 3 Batteries: Lundgren. Taylor and Kling; Wlltse, Ames and Bresnahan. WESTERN LEAGUE. FIRST CAME. At IV.h Moines R. II. E. Des Moines 4 5 1 Sioux City 0 2 2 Batteries: Manske and Townsend; Jackson and Freeze. SECOND CAME. Des Moines 7 10 1 Sioux City 3 7 2 Batteries: Miller and Towne; New lin and Freeze. fcS New Bulk Sweet Pickles " Sweet Midget Gherkins New Stuffed Sweets New Queen Olives Ours are the prices that make 'em dizzy And crowd the store that's al ways busy. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At St. Paul: St. Paul, 11; India napolis. 2. At Kansas City: Kansas City, 1; Louisville, 4. At Milwaukee First game: Mil waukee. 2; Toledo. 15. Second game: Milwaukee. C; Toledo. 1. At Minneapolis: Minneapolis, 1; Co lumbus, 2. A Trite Saying. It is a trite saying that no man Is stronger than his stomach. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery strengthens the stomach puts it in shape to make I pure, rich blood helps the liver and ! kidneys to expel the poisons from the body and thus cures both liver and kid ney troubles. If you take this natural blood purilier and tonic, you will assist your system in manufacturing each day a pint of rich, red blood, that is invigo rating to the brain and nerves. The weak, nervous, run-down, debilitated condition which so many people sutler from, is usually the e!Tect of poisons in BONDS. I'. S. ref. 2s. reg. and coupon, 103; I'. S. 3s. reg, 1024; coupon. 13: U. S. old 4s. reg, and coupon, 103; IT. S. new Is. reg. 12S.i; coupon, 129i. rOO MUCH FOR OSLER. When the maharajah gaekwar of TIaroda visited the congressional li brary in Washington he was naturally greatly interested in that vast and ex-cr-llent collection of books. - "How long," he asked Herbert Put nam, "would 't take a man to read, all these books?" Mr. Putnam smilingly replied that no one man could ever be gin to read all of the books in the li brary, some 2.000,000 in number. Then ho made a rough calculation. He told Cue maharajah that it had been esti mated that no man, in the course of the average lifftime of seventy years, could read more than 8,000 books. Therefore, figuring on 2,000.000 in the library of congress, a man would have to have 250 lifetimes of seventy years each to get through with all of tho books, and that would mean 17,500 years. The computation seemed to amuse the prince. "And what would your Dr. Osier say tothat?" he inquired. New York Tribune. o FOR OVPTK SIXTY YEARS. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothlner Svrup has been used for children teething." It poothes the rt-ilil. softens the gums, allays all pain, cires wind colic, and Is the test remedy for Diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Arizona's Leading House Furnishers PHOENIX, ARIZONA eg seen Cash Store WICKENBURG'S COLD MARKET. STORAGE New ton cold air storage plant now in operation. Fresh meats of all kinds. Watermelons and cantaloupes on ice. Fresh fruits and vegetables received daily. Bread and cakes. Butter and eggs In cold storage. Family trade of iue ui(K)u; iiisoiten lnuicaiea by pimples Wiekenburg and mining camp orders ui uuiis afpc&i 111K on wit; mwii. til e face becomes thin and the feel i nes "blue." Dr. Pierce's "Discovery" cure all blood humors as well as being a tonic that makes one vigorous, strong and forceful. It is the only medicine put up for sale through druggists for like purposes that contains neither alcohol nor harmful habit-forming drugs, and the only one, every ingredient of which has the profes sional endorsement of the leading medical writers of this country. -Some of these endorsements are published in a little book of extracts from standard medical works and will be sent to any address free, on receipt of request therefor by letter or postal card, addressed to Di. R. V. fierce. Buffalo, N. Y. It tells just what Dr. Pierce's medicines are made of. The "Words of Praise" for the severa' Ingredients of which Dr. Pierce's medi cines are composed, by leaders in all the several schools of medical practice, and recommending then for the cure of the diseases for which the "Golden Medical Discovery is advised, should have far more weight with the sick and afflicted than any amount of the so-called "testi monials " so conspicuously flaunted before the public by those who are afraid to let the ingredients of which their medicines are composed be known. Bear in mind that the "Golden Medical Discovery " has the badge of hoxksty on every bottle wrapper, in a full -list of its ingredients. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con stipation, invigorate the liver and regu late stomach and bowels. ' Dr. Pierce's great thousand-page illus trated Common Scnso Medical Adviser will bo sent free, paper-bound, for 21 one cent stamps, or cloth-bound for 31 stamps. Address Dr. Pierce as above. solicited. Kverything guaranteed. Chas. C. Davis. Wickenburg. Tire Wonder. Griswoid, Bicycle Man ter rights may be renewed according to law. V. That the affairs of the cor poration are to be conducted by six Directors, to be elected annually on every second Mpnday in June, after the incorporation of said company, and af- ' ter the expiration of the terms of the officers elected to serve for the first year. VI. That the officers of said corporation shall be. President, First j Vice-President. Second Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, - Attorney, and I General Manager. j And the Directors elected for the ' first year, are C. J. Morrison, Fred K. ! Rule." A. B. Mc Donald, C. J. Lord, Dr. d. S. Eddy, and F. A. McDonald, all residing in the City of and County of Ls Angeles, State of California, and I they shall act as such until their suc cessors are regularly chosen at a meet- held for that purpose upon the ond Monday in June of each year. VII. That the highest amount of indebtedness or liability, direct r contingent, to which said cor poration is to subject itself, at any time, is Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50, 0IMI.(,(l . VIII. That the private property of the stockholders of this cor poration shall be exempt from corpo rate debts. The capital stock shall be non-assessable, and fully paid up when issued. IX. That a majority of the' Directors shall constitute a quorum, and that a quorum - shall have the; power to adort By-Laws, and trans act all other business, the same as the full board of Directors. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hands and seals, the Lath day of June, A. D. 19iC. C. J. MORRISON (Seal) FRED K. RULE (Seal) a. p.. Mcdonald (seal) C. J. LORD (Seal) By F. A. McDonald DR. C S. EDDY (Seal) F. A. McDON.VLD (Seal) State of California. County of Los Angeles, ss. On this this 2,rth day of June. A. D. 1906, before me, R. L. Horton, a Notary Public in and for the County if Los Angeles, State of California, re- ORDINANCE NO. 386. An Ordinance to Regulate the Placing of Signs on the Streets and Alleys of the City of Phoenix. The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: Section 1. No person, firm, or cor poration, shall place, on, over or across any sidewalk, street, alley, or any pub lic place, within the city limits, any advertising matter or signs of any kind or description, except as hereinafter permitted. Section 2. All advertising signs hereafter placed shall be of an incom bustible material, and may be attached parallel to any building, provided they do not extend over the sidewalk more than four (4) inches from the build ing; parallel with and on street side of porch post, cloth or other material may be used for signs, but shall not be less than eight (8) feet above side walk, nor be higher than bottom of porch roof or floor: Roller or drop curtains may be used on porch post, but must have no signs thereon of any description, less than eight (8) feet above sidewalk. Signs on porch post shall not exceed fifteen (15) feet in height above sidewalk. Metal signs, not more than three (3) feet in height may be placed on roof of porch parallel -with street or alley. Section 3. All awnings hereafter placed shall be at leust eight (S) feet above sidewalk. The roof and face of awnings parallel with street may be used for signs, but not 0:1 enfls nor In side of awnings. Section 4. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation to place any awning or sign, excepting cloth signs, that weighs more "than twenty-five (25) pounds, on any build ing, porch, or porch post, without first having obtained a permit from the Building Inspector, for which a fee of one dollar shall be charged to cover the expense of Inspection; all such awn ings and signs shall be properly fas tened and braced against wind, under the direction and approval " of the Building Inspector. Section 5. No sign or advertising matter of any kind shall be placed at block corners inside of street Intersec tions, or at alley and street Intersec- siding therein, duly commissioned and , tions, and must not extend beyond the ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION of the CONSOLIDATED MAMMOTH MIN ING COMPANY. sworn, personally appeared C. -J. Mor rison. Fred K. Rule. A.- B. McDonald. Dr. G. S. Eddy, and F. A. McDonald, continuation of property lines. .Section 6. All signs or advertising matter now maintained across ' any known to me to be the persons whose sidewalk, street or alley in the City of lames are subscribed to the foregoing Articles of Incorporation, and they each acknowledged to r.ie that 'they severally executed the same, for the considerations Phoenix, in conflict with the provi sions of this ordinance, are now and hereby declared to be obstructions and nuisances, and it shalV be the duty 'of therein j any person, firm or corporation, now maintaining or having any sign or ad- KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS. That we. the undersign ed, have this dav associated ourselves together for the purpose of forming a i purposes and cornoration under the laws of Arizona, expressed and for that punose do adopt the fol- Inu'lnir rhnrlor- ; i imciai seal, ine uay aim year 111.-1 uniting-. iu inugic urc omne uuiuu I thirty days after being notified to do R. L. HORTON, so by the City Marshal or Common Notary Public in and for the County of Council, and any person, firm or cor Los Angeles. State of California. J poration failing to remove any sncn My commission expires Dec. 31st, sign or advertising matter within said 190S. time after said notice, shall be deemed j guilty of a misdemeanor and punished j accordingly, and it shall be the duty of ORDINANCE NO. 387. l"e v i"rnui 10 give saia ininy IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have vertismg matter across any sidewalk, hereunto set mv hand and affixed my 'street or alley, in violation of this or- " . . - T rP i 1 . . , . .t .......... ; . i name w. iiu. fi a- 1 tion shall be "CONSOLIDATED j a"we written. .MAMMOTH MININC, COMPANY. I This company shall keep an office at ORDINANCE NO. 388. Amending Ordinance No. 305. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the part nership heretofore existing between H. Hintz and J. M. Ragland, at No. 313 West Washington St., Phoenix. Ariz., under the firm name of Everybody's Tailor Co., was on July 2, 1906, dis solved by mutual consent. The busi ness will hereafter be conducted by H. Hintz, under tbe name and style of "Everybody's Tailor." H. HINTZ. J. M. RAGLAND. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Guiseppe Tognascioll, de- T Pattern Department. The Arizona Republican. T Please send the above mentioned pattern, as per directions given below. to Name. No Street Towi State. Measurement Waist Bust Age (If child's or miss pattern. V ,4. .Pattern No 4. f fr Estate of ceased. Notice Is hereby given by the under signed executor of the last will and testament of Guiseppe Tognascioll, de ceased, to the creditors of and all per rons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said executor, at the office of Chalmers and Wilkinson, Fleming B'ock. Phoenix. Arizona, the same be ing the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Maricopa. FRANK T. ALKIRE, Executor of the last will and testament of Guiseppe Tognascioll, deceased. Dated at Phoenix, this 10th day of July, 1906. The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: Sec. 1. That section eighty-four (84) of Ordinance No. 305, be and the same is hereby amended so as to read, as follows; Any person or persons violating the provisions of this ordinance, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in p. sum of not less than five (5) dol lars nor more than three hundred (300) dollars, or be imprisoned in the city jail for any time not les than live days nor more than three hundred days, or be punished by both such fine and im prisonment; and every day during which any violation of this ordinance continues shall be considered as con stituting a new offence, and shall be punished as in this section provided. oec. I. AH ordinances or parts of or dinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take ef fect and be in force from and after Its passage and publication as required by law. Passed by the Common Council of the City of Phoenix this 16th day of July, li06. Approved this' 16th day of July, 1906. L. W. COGOINS, Attest: Mayor. FRANK THOMAS, City Recorder. Phoenix. Arizona, and may keep other principal offices and places of business at its mines in South Park Mining District, Inyo county, California; also at Los Anjreles, County of Los An geles, State of California, at whieli place or places, all Incorporators', stockholders' and directors' meetings may be held, and all corporate business transacted. That the names of the incorporators are: C. J. Morrison, Fred K. Rule, A. B. McDonald, C. J. Lord, Dr. G. S. Eddy, F. A. McDonald. II. That the purposes for which it is formed are: To carry on the business of mining; to purchase, hold, handle, operate, sell, exchange, hire, let, lease, rent, and to acquire, use and dispose of, in any "manner, land, real estate, mining stock, and bonds, mines and mining claims, min ing property of every kind and nature. merchandise, real and personal prop erty, water, water rights, water sys tems, water power, steam power, elec tric power, pipe lines, and wire lines mining machinery and appliances, ap pliances for working and testing ores, and everything used In or about or In connection with or appertaining to mines or mining' claims, and all man nor of interests therein; to mine, mill work, and disnose of, purchase, ores and minerals, and otherwise deal in the same. III. That the amount of the cap ital stock shall be One Million Dol lars, to be divided into one million shares , of the par value of One Dollar per share; to be paid in as the stock is isuod by the officers of the company, and the said stock when issued shall be fully paid up and non-assessable. Said stock may be issued and deliver ed from time to. time by the Directors, in payment for mining property pur chased by this corporation, for cash paid into the corporation, or for ser vice or labor rendered. IV. That the time of commence ment of this corporation shall be forthwith as soon as these Articles of Incorporation are filed in the proper offices, for record, and its corporate ex istence shall continue for the period of twenty-five years from and after the uuie 01 ns incorj loraiion, ana us char-j davs not!ee Imnipilintplv. Amending Ordinance No. 305. j Section 7. It shall he the dntv of the The Common Council of Phoenix dojCjtv Marsnal to arrest any person or . 1 , ....... . I persons violating this ordinance, forth with. Section 8. Any person violating the provisions of this ordinance shall be ordain as follows: Sec." 1. That Sec. 16 of Ordinance No. 305 be and the same is hereby amended so as to read: Every perton conducting a policy game or a Chinese ( deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined In a sum of not less than five dollars ($5.00) nor more than one hundred ($100) dollars, or be Imprisoned in the city ail for any time not less than five days nor more than one hundred days, or be punished by both such fine and imprisonment, and every day during which any violation of this ordinance continues shall be considered as con stituting a new offense, and shall be punished as in this section provided. Section 9. All ordinances or parts of ordinances In conflict with the provi sions of this ordinance are hereby re- lotterv shall pay a quarterly license J tax of one hundred and fifty ($150.00) dollars for each game or lottery. , Sec. 2. That Sc. 17 of Ordinance No. 305 be and the same is hereby amended so as to read: Every person maintaining an office for the purpose of selling policy tickets or Chinese lotT tery tickets or tickets connected with any other game of like kind or de scription shall pay a quarterly license tax of one hundred and fifty ($150.00) dollars for each office. Sec. 3. That Sec. 20 of Ordinance Jo. 305 be and the same is hereby amended so as to read: Any person, peaied. firm, company or corporation using or permitting to be used in his, their or its place of business, or in connection therewith, or on his, their or its prem ises any gambling or games of chance commonly known as banking games, percentage games, stud-horse poker, round table poker, or other games of chance of a similar kind or character to the above described, shall pay. a quarterly license tax of one hundred and fifty ($150.00) . dollars for each game or table. Sec. 4. All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict with the pro visions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed. Sec. 5. This Ordinance shall take effect and be In force from and after the 31st day of July, 1906. Passed by the Common Council of Phoenix this 9th day of July, A. D. 1906. Approved this 9th day of July, A. D. 1!)06. L. W. COGGINS, Attest: Mayor. FRANK THOMAS, City Recorder. Section 10. This ordinance shall take effect and be In force from and after Its passage and publcatlon as required by law. Passed by the Common Council of the City of Phoenix, this 2nd day of July. 1906. Approved this second day of July, 1906. L. W. COGGINS, Attest: Mayor. C. W. BARNETT, City Recorder pro tern. FOR YOUR BUSINESS 8AKC TALK with TODD Fn-r nfllrw. Ill tn 1 1 m. Aa.!t UNION RESTAURANT Commercial Hotel Building, South Center St. MEALS - - - 25 CENTS. Dining room clean, cooL pleasant.